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HELD OVER THRU THURSDAY
"No story-and no film-better reveals Lawrence's moral
absolutism than The Virgin and the Gypsy'. Between
its boundaries is sown the seed of the Lawrentian canon
-the familial conventions, the social hypocrisies, the
annealing force of sex. An exemplary cast." -Ti;1. Maazm.
GD.GH.GLawrItIce'sG
THE VIRGIN AND THEGYS

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NORTH VIETNAMESE AND VIET CONG TROOPS are
quickly reconstructing the huge network of Cambodian border
bases disrupted by the U.S. incursion into that country' five
months ago, military and diplomatic sources report.
Some areas of the network, the sources said, have returned to
full operations with completely re-established radio and telephone,
communications in preparation for a major offensive in less than two
months.#
Meanwhile, a Cambodian spokesman reported that over 500
government troops have been killed in an abortive five-week cam-
paign to recapture the communist-controlled area north of Phnom
Penh,
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THREE IRANIAN HIJACKERS fyrced an Iranian jetliner to
fly to Baghdad, Iraq,,yesterday, shot and wounded a steward and
were arrested by Iraqi police.
During an eight-hour confrontation at the Baghdad airport, the
hijackers threatened to blow up the Iranian National Airlines plane
with 52 persons aboard, unless Iran agreed to release 21 "political
prisoners."
the hijackers were apparently overpowered, but the Iranian-
foreign minister said that the plane was released through negotiations
with Iraqi officials.
* * *

Labo1r minister
Quebec rebels,
MONTREAL () - Two men armed with machine guns
kidnapped Quebec's labor minister from his suburban home
yesterday minutes after the provincial government rejected
a demand for the release of 23 "political prisoners" by Quebec
nationalists who abducted a British diplomat Monday.
The Quebec government announced at 5:30 p.m. it would
give the kidnapers of the Briton - James Richard Cross -
safe passage out of the country in return for his immediate
freedom but it would not release the prisoners as the abduc-
tors demanded.
A province-wide alert was issued for a car that sped away

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BERGMAN'S

HOUR OF, THEU LF
A TALE OF FRIGHT AND HORROR AS
ONLY BERGMAN COULD TELL IT.
"A LIVING NIGHTMARE"
-A. Landis

PRIME MINISTER EDWARD HEATH pledged yesterday to
reassert Britain's influence in the world, stating that "we are
leaving behind the years of retreat."
The Conservative Party leader said, "We ,are determined to es-
tablish the reputation of Britain once again as the firm defender of,
her own interests and the skillful and persistent partner of all those
who are working for a lasting pedce."t
Praising President Nixon's latest initiative in Southeast Asia,
Heath said that as American troops withdraw from Vietnam, Britain
should be ready to help "establish a new pattern of stability and co-
operation."
In Africa, he said, "Britain will work to avoid physical conflict
between peoples of different races" but mate no references to his con-
troversial plan to resume arms sales to South Africa.

-Associated Press
Quebec responds
Quebec's Minister of Justice, Jerome Choquette, reads a statement
offering safe passage out of Canada for the' kidnappers of a
British diplomat, but rejects their demand that Canada release
23 "political prisoners" in exchange. Minutes after the broadcast,
Quebec nationalists kidnapped the ┬░province's Minister of Justice.
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DETROIT (A") - Some 30,000
striking members of the United
Auto Workers are receiving fed-
eral food stamps as their'strike
against General Motors ap-
proaches its fifth week.
"They can't starve us out
now that we're getting f o o d
stamps," said Don Scramling, a
striking member of UAW Local
22. "We can go on forever."'
Scrambling, 39, was paid $18
and received stamps with which
he can buy $162 worth of gro-
ceries during October. He will
receive more stamps than many
other strikers because he has
five children. Another worker,
with a wife and two children,
paid $9.20 for $80 in stamps.
Many strikers, however, have
been excluded from the program
because their wives work.
The striker's participation in
the program, created originally
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ment to aid farmers, has gen-
erated some controversy.
A Detroit television' station
broadcast an editorial criticiz-
ing the union for accepting the
stamps, claiming the public was
subsidizing a voluntary w o r k
stoppage.
In its editorial against union
participation, WJBK-TV said,
"General Motors, to the extent
that its taxes pay for food
stamps and welfare, is in the
untenable position of having to
help finance : a strike against
itself."
A UAW spokesman responded
to the editorial, saying "GM
workers are taxpayers too."
He added that "GM strikers
and UAW leaders want to end
the strike at the earliest possible
moment, but they want it set-
tled on merits, not by surrender
because of hungry children."
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f r o m suburban St. Lambert
with the labor minister, Pierre
Laporte, 49.
Cross' kidnapers have issued
seven communiques since the kid-
naping. The last one Friday de-
clared "neither the authorities nor
their Facist police will find diplo-
mat J. Cross again if they do not
fulfill our demands."
The kidnapers of Cross said they
f would kill him if the prisoners
were not freed by 6 p.m. yesterday,
calling it their final deadline.
Yesterday's deadline p a s s e d,
however, without word from his
abductors as to his condition or
G whereabouts.
Quebec's justice minister, Je-
rome Choquette, said in televisec
,' statement that the kidnapers'
"humanitarian gesture" in releas-
ing Cross-the British trade com-
,missioner in Montreal-would be
taken into consideration by the
courts if they chose to remain ir
Canada.
Cross' abductors identified them-
selves as members of the Quebec
Liberation Front (FLQ), ,whict
seeks the independence of French-
speaking Quebec province from
Canada and has been linked with
many "terrorist" acts. They toot
the diplomat from his home ir
Montreal on Monday.
The kidnapers originally de-
manded release of 23 persons im-
prisoned or awaiting trial anc
I $540,000 in gold.
They dropped the demand* for
money in their final communique.
Choquette said in his statement,
I read both in French and English
on the state-owned Canadian
*Broadcasting Corp., that no society
could survive if the decisions of
its governments or courts were
erased by violence or blackmail.

Abontions
endorsed
1 report
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (JP)-The
Florida White House made public
yesterday a task force report that
endorses legalized abortions and
voluntary sterilization, 'stating,
"No woman should be forced to
bear an unwanted child."
The ,Presidential task force re-
port represents a recommendation
only. President Nixon was vaca-
tioning in the Bahamas and has
taken no position on the (report,
which was released along with two
other task force reports on, edu-
cation.t
The report by a panel on the
mentally hapdigapped, headed by
Mrs. Winthrop Rockefeller, wife
of the Republican governor of
Arkansas stated: "The task force
notes _with ,approval .that m an y
Americans - as reflected in re-
cent legislative and judic ~l de-
cisions - are changing, their at-
titudes toward the termination of
Sunwanted pregnancies.
"In the interest- of both mater-
nal and child mental health, no
"women should .be fcorced tp bear
an, unwanted child. F p r todays
unwanted children, f a r more
athan the others, are likely to be
tomorrow's alienated, vito le n t,
mentally disabled or criminal."
The panel called on the govern-
ment to "provide active leadership
for increased support of birth
control information, and increased
availability of 'birth control meas-
ures and voluntary sterilizations
and abortions."
The education panels urged
broadened federal scholarship pro-
grams and greater government aid
to predominantlyblack colleges
end universities.

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