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Page Fourteen

THE SUMMER DAILY

Friday. June 1 197

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Senate acts to cut
all funding for S.E.
Asian bombing runs

(Continued from Page 1)
Rejected 63-17 was an amend-
ment by Sen. Robert Taft (R-
Ohio), to permit continued bomb-
ing of North Vietnames forces
in Cambodia.
VOTED DOWN 56-25 was an
Judge halts
bottle law
enforcement
(Continued from Page 3)
"go beyond the wisdom of the
ordinance and into the realm of
such a measure's very constitu-
tionality."
The court's ruling in this case
could set a precedent affecting
other cities' efforts to enact sim-
ilar legislation, according to
Laidlaw.
"A heavy burden of proof lies
with the plaintiffs," Laidlaw said.
"They may have a difficult time
providing that proof without the
ordinance first going into effect."
A SPOKESWOMAN for the
Ecology Center, which played a
major role in designing the or-
dinance, said the group is "upset
and can only hope the measure
goes into effect as soon as pos-
sible."
The suit contends the ordinance
is "unconstitutionally vague" in
providing penalties for noncom-
pliance.
"Many of the plaintiffs sell . . .
beverages which will not be
available in returnable contain-
ers . . . unconstitutionally de-
priving the plaintiffs of their
business in said commodities,"
the suit further alleges.

amendment by Sens. Robert
Dole (R-Kan.) and Jesse Helms
(R-N.C.) to allow bombing to
continue until the President re-
ported he was satisfied that
North Vietnam had accounted for
U. S. personnel missing in action
in Southeast Asia.
Eagleton told the Senate both
the proposed amendments would
constitute congressional sanction
for bombing that is now being
carried out by the President
without any constitutional au-
thority or justification.
With Kissinger renewing nego-
tiations with Hanoi's Le Duc Tho
in Paris next Wednesday, Sen.
Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) expressed
hope that the House-Senate con-
ferees "will move with sufficient
deliberation to allow Dr. Kissin-
ger's negotiations to proceed
without hinderance."
SCOTT said that while "I per-
sonally abhor the bombing, I
feel I am doing the right thing
to give Dr. Kissinger a free
hand."
The absolute ban on the use of
any funds heretofore appropriat-
ed for U. S. hostilities in Cambo-
dia and Laos faces an uncertain
fate in conference because of
strict House rules against includ-
ing legislations in an appropria-
tion bill.
The House on May 10 voted
219-188 to bar the use of any
money in the supplemental ap-
propriation bill alone for contin-
ued bombing in Cambodia,
Pentagon officials, in disclos-
ing the reduced B52 bombing
runs over Cambodia, said they
are down about one-third from
the daily average of about 60
during March and April.

Govt. officials contradict
Haldeman cover-up denial
WASHINGTON (M - Former
presidential aide H. R. Halde
man yesterday denied any in
volvement in a Watergate cover
up, but his testimony contradicts
statements made by other foE
mer government officials.
HOUSE intelligence subcomm
o.tee chairman Lucien Nedzi (
Mich.) said there were "consid
f erable disparities" with swor
ยข testimony given by former Dep
uty CIA Director Vernon Wal
ters and former FBI director L
Patrick Gray.
Sen. John Mclellan (D-Ark.
voiced a similar concern. He in
dicated serious conflicts exist
ed between the tes timony ol
White House aides andtop CIA
and FBI officials.
Neither congressman woulc
detail the differences.
ANOTHER former deputy dii
ector of the CIA, Gen. Robe
Cushman, said yesterday agenc
records show John Ehrlichmc
asked the CIA to provide assist
ance to E. Howard Hunt, coi
a victed Watergate conspirator.
Ehrlichman, hsvever, sai
.' Wednesday lie did not reca,
making the request. Hunt usj
the (IA technical assistance
engineering the September, 187
burglary of the office of Dani
Ellsberg's psychiatrist.
Cushman told a news confe
ence that late last Decembe
or early January, Ehrlichma
asked him to delete his nam
from a memorandum concernin
the aid given Hunt. Cushman a
mitted rewriting the memorat
dum.
A federal judge in Miami r
ported he suppressed informatio
against persons accused of ga
bling, narcotics, and bribery v
olations because the informatio
was gained through illegal wir
taps atthorized by former A
torney General John Mitchell.
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Senators propose
ban on abortions

WASHINGTON (A") - A consti-
tutional amendment to ban all
abortions except to save the
mother's life was proposed yes-
terday by seven senators.
Sen. James Buckley (Con-N.
Y.), who introduced the amend-
ment, said that he was afraid
iwe are entering an era where
the sacredness of human life,
born and unborn, will be sacri-
ficed on the altar of social
utilitarianism."
THE AMENDMENT w o u 1 d
establish that fetuses are persons
entitled to constitutional protec-
tion.
In its recent decision on abor-
tions, the Supreme Court held
that fetuses are not persons in
the whole sense and that they
do not possess the capability of
meaningful life.
"Every premise conceded by
the court in order to justify the
killing of anyone else if, like the
unborn child, he is found to be
less than a person in the 'whole'

life," Buckley told the Senate.
BUCKLEY was joined as spon-
sor by Sens. Mark O. Hatfield,
(R-Ore.); Harold Hughes, (D-
Iowa); Wallace Bennett, (R-
Utah); Carl Curtis, (R-Neb.;
Dewey Bartlett, (R-Okla.), and
Milton Young, (R-N.D.).
The proposed amendment goes
to the Constitutional Amend-
ments subcommittee of the Sen-
ate Judiciary Committee.
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records show John Ehrlichman asked the CIA to help E. Howard
Hunt, a convicted Watergate conspirator. Ehrlichman denies know-
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Lee Marvin, as the big-time syndicate
enforcer, is pitted against Gene Hack-
man, who runs a "branch office" and
who also decides to do away with the
syndicate profit-sharing. Hackman uses
a cattle slaughterhouse as a front for
a prostitution racket that attributes
its assets to young female orphans.
Under the careful direction of Michael
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Producer Sam Spiegel uncorks an
explosive drama that exposes the
sordidness of a small Southwest-
ern community. Brando is bril-
liant as a brooding sheriff caught
up in the intrigue of the bigoted
town. Miss Fonda plays the con-
vict's wife, who is having an
affair with her husband's friend,
the pampered son of a land
baron who rules the town. The
chase affects all of them and
others and sets off the fuse which
exposes the town's amoraity and
bigotry. Arthur Penn has directed
this film superbly right down to
the explosive climax.
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