Arrests: Ticket Trouble

Passengers on the Long Island Railroad are accustomed to seeing themselves as victims of a callous and capricious railroad management. The line's 150,000 New York commuters, said Nassau County Leader Eugene Nickerson last week, "travel in rolling slums —if they roll at all." When four commuters who share this opinion got together recently and staged a minor rebellion, they learned just how tough the authorities can be. The rebels were an employment counselor, Allen Simmons, 21, and three secretaries, Diane Glucksman, 21, Carole Geiger, 22, and Frances Piecora, 20.

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