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Local anti-draft protesters demonstrated their opposition to war and military recruitment yesterday near, the Student
Activities Building.
New Jersey senator
indicted in Abscam probe

NEW YORK (AP)-Sen. Harrison
Williams Jr. was indicted yesterday by
a federal grand jury on charges he ac-
cepted a financial interest in a titanium
mining operation and promised to in-
fluence military contracts during the
FBI's Abscam undercover in-
vestigation.
The four-term New Jersey Democrat
was the first U.S. senator and the
seventh member of Congress indicted
in the Abscam investigation of official
corruption. He is only the second U.S.
senator in recent history to be indicted
while in office.
"I AM INNOCENT," the 60-year-old
senator said at a news conference in a
Senate office building in Washington
shortly after the indictment was an-
nounced. "I did nothing wrong."
Williams was charged with accepting
an interest in the titanium operation
during a meeting with undercover
agents at Kennedy International Air-
port in August 1979. In return, the indic-'
tment alleged, the senator agreed to
use his influence in securing military
contracts for the mining venture.

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"A suggestion was made which was
improper," Williams said': "It was im-
mediately rejected. And that was the
end of that."
WILLIAMS, WHOSE hands trembled
during the news conference, answered
no questions. He accused the gover-
nment of trying him "by news leaks."
The 22-year Senate 'liberal, who is
chairman of the Labor and Human
Resources Committee, was named
along with three other men in a nine-
count bribery-conspiracy indictment.
The others named were: Alexander
Feinberg, a Cherry Hill, N.J. attorney
and close Williams associate; George
Katz, a New Jersey and Florida
businessman and former Democratic
fund-raiser in New Jersey; and Angelo
Errichetti, a state senator and major of
Camden, N.J.
ERRICHETTI was convicted in
August with Rep. Michael Myers, D-
Pa., in the first Abscam trial.
Henry Williams III, a former
newspaper publisher not related to the
senator, was named as an unindicted
co-conspirator.

According to the indictment, the FBI
agents represented a fictitious sheik
who in other Abscam deals was said to
be in need of help securing permanent
resident status, in the United Statgs.
The phony sheik's company, Abdul En-
terprises, was supposed to loan th
titanium mining business $100 million,
according to the indictment.
ACCORDING TO tapes played at
Myers' Abscam trial in Augus,t,
Williams was supposed to receive an.18
percent share in the mining company.
From the outset, Williams has main-
tained his innocence.
Williams was charged with bribery
conspiracy, receipt of an unlawfii
gratuity, illegally receiving compen-
sation, and interstate travel in aid of a
racketeering enterprise.
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Khomeini
PARIS (UPI) -On the eve of
proclaiming himself shah of Iran,
Crown Prince Reza predicted in an in-
terview published yesterday that
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini would be
overthrown and the Iranian monarch
restored.
The late shah's eldest son, living in
exile in Egypt, said the large majority
of Iranian exiles want a return oftlte
monarchy, although he admitted that
some of them believe it should be
"restructured" to limit the monarch's
powers.
IN THE INTERVIEW, Reza said the
Iranian people had been "misled" by
Khomeini and the Islamic revolution
that forced his father and family into
exile in January 1979. "But I am sur
the Iranian people will sweep away this
lawless regime.
"No one will be able to mislead the
Iranian people for long and keep it en-
slaved," he said.
"The monarchist system existed in
Iran for 25 centuries," Reza said.
"What we are living through now is but
a temporary break. We shall relive the
Golden Age."

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