5ATUR.D AY, OCTOBER 14,1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Roa's UN Speech Hits
Of South America
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.P) -
Cuba denounced yesterday what
it described as U.S. economic ex-
ploitation and imperialism in La-
tin America and said the United
States had "left the Nazis way
behind" in "contempt for inter-
Cuban Foreign Minister Raul
Roa told the General Assembly
in a 5-minute policy address :
"Those who thought Nazism had
covered the extremes of human
bestiality missed the boat. The
not limited to graduates of the
Nazis way behind."
He spoke on the last day of the
assembly's general debate, during
which representatives of 109 of
the 122 nations presented policy
Rep. L. H. Fountain, D-N.C.,
replying for the United States,
said: "Hatred for the United
States is obviously distorting the
lens through which he, Roa, views
the affairs of the entire world."
He added: "We do not believe
the cause of peace is served by
Cuba's persistent intervention and
deliberate attempts to underminet
Roa told the assembly, however,
that it was not Cuba that inspires
revolution in Latin America but
the "exploitation by the Yankee
For every U.S. dollar invested
in Latin America, he said, the
United States receives $3" dollars
Cuba is the "crystallization of
socialism," he said, and its indus-
try has grown rapidly "because
we have thrown off Yankee im-
perialism and chosen the only
road for development."
He suggested that the Cuban
revolution was a factor in what
he said was "the uprising of the
black people o.f America itself,"
and called the Organization of
American States the U.S. "minis-
try of colonies."
Speaking briefly of the war in
Vietnam, Roa said North Viet-
nam would "continue to struggle
with a freedom and human dig-
nity that Is an example to the
rest of the world."
"It is not the United Nations
that must find a solution to the
Vietnamese war," he said. "The
Vietnamese people themselves will
do so. as they have routed the
Australians U.S. RESTS CASE:
Defend Role Eyewitness Presents-
In Viet War Of 1964 Civil Rights
Ask Hanoi to Irove MERIDIAN. Miss. (P) - The New York whites, and James
Viet Bombing Halt government rested its case yes- Chaney. 22. a Meridian Negro,
Stp to Peace Talks terday against 18 white men ac- were taken down a darkened gra-
cused of conspiracy in the 1964 vel road and shot to death.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (;_ slaying of three young civil rights Barnette was quoted as saying
Australia delivered a staunch de- workers after reading a defend- that someone ran past his halted
fense of its battle role in support ant's signed statement that told car, grabbed Schwerner. spun him
of South Vietnam yesterday and a grim story of their death. around and said: "Are you that
called on Hanoi to offer "convin- U.S. Atty. John Doar read the nigger lover?"
cing proof" that a cessation of the statement from Horace Doyle "Sir, I understand how you
bombing would lead promptly to Barnette to the all-white federal feel," the statement said Schwer-
the beginnings of a peaceful settle- court jury of seven women and ner answered.
ment. five men after the judge ordered "Blank shot Schwerner," it
Foreign Minister Paul Hasluck, all but two names in the state- added.
addressing the UN General As- ment deleted. "Blank shot Goodman," it con-
sembly, noted that many views Barnette's statement told a tinued.
had been expressed that a halt in story of how Michael Schwerner, "Save one for me." the state-
the United States air attacks on 24, Andrew Goodman, 20, both I ment said Jim Jordan yelled.
North Vietnam would lead to peace -_ ---_ --.-
hwords that have been heard from W rld- es Roundup
Hanoi are words of contumely and
AUSTRALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER Paul Hasluck, in speaking to the UN General Assembly yester-
day, assured South Vietnam that with increased urging of other countries for the U.S. to stop its
air attacks in the North, that peace talks would soon be sought. He also promised Australia's con-
In the meantime, Chaney was
standing on the opposite side of
the road, backing up, it said.
"Jordan stood in the middle of
the road and shot him," the
statement said. It added that
Barnette said he did not know
how many times Chaney was shot.
"You didn't leave me anything
but a nigger," the statement quo-
ted Jordan as saying. "But at
least I got me a nigger."
The statement said the bodies
were then taken to an earthen
dam and that Barnette and an-
other person went looking for
the bulldozer operator when he
did not arrive on time. It sai the
workers' station wagon was to be
burned with gasoline.
The government rested its case
at 3:20 p.m. yesterday, the fifth
day of the trial. It sougnt to prove
that a calculated Ku Klux Klan
plot led to the slayings during
Mississippi's r a c i a 11 y troubled
summer of 1964.
State charges were never filed
in the case. The federal indict-
ments were on charges the de-
fendants violated the workers' ci-
vil rights. Conviction could, bring
a maximum of 10 years in prison
and a $5,000 fine.
As the government ended its
testimony, U.S. Dist. Court Judge
Harold Cox overruled motions for
directed verdicts of acquittal in
each individual's case.
tinued battle support of the Sou
WASHINGTON (P) - Sargenti
Shriver has issued his periodict
denial of reports that he is re-
signing as director of the federall
anti-poverty program but he ap-
parently has failed to squelch ther
One source close to Shriver's
brother-in-law, Sen. Robert F.l
Kennedy (D-NY), says: "Shriverx
won't be around 10 days after the
poverty bill is passed by Congress."
The embattled $2.06-billion
measure has been approved by the
Senate by the biggest margin it
ever received by that body. It is
now in the House which has beent
working on its own version for the
past several months.
No Pay Raise
House opponents of the anti-f
poverty program have succeeded
in amending the bill and this week
they voted to exclude employes
of the Office of Economic Oppor-
tunity (OEO) from a measure to
give a pay raise to government
workers. Shrivers said the House
action "will in no way diminish
our unremitting efforts on behalf
of the poor."
Sources in the OEO generally
are split in their thinking but
many believe Shriver will be leav-
i From OEO Post
ing soon-only because he has been The rumors relating t
there three years. resignation appear to1
' h rvAI when the Ar
"Ths regrettable fact is that
every effort to start discussions
has been rejected with scorn by
Hanoi." he declared. "The regime
there still believes it can achieve'
its conquest of the South through
Prince Souvanna Phouma, prime
minister of Laos, told the assem-
bly that the two-year-old war in
Laos, along with the war in the
,Middle East and the Vietnam con-
flict, were three warnings to the
to Shriver's world of events that could bring
be revived on "a_ horrible war on a planetary
By The Associated Press
HONG KONG - Communist
terror reached a peak for October
in this British colony yesterday.,
Chinese hurled or planted bombs
that killed one policeman and
wounded five others and seven
From rooftops, the Communists
threw bombs at police, soldiers,
squad cars, streetcars and crowds
of Chinese. By midnight, police,
army and navy demolition teams
had answered more than 120
bomb calls, many of them false
month period, the biggest jump in
111 years in this most compre-
hensive measurement of the eco-
TOKYO - The United States
agreed yesterday to 'allow Japan
to produce U.S. Nike Hercules
and Hawk antiaircraft missiles
under rules designed to safeguard
secrecy of missile technology.
The $250 million to $300 mil-
lion agreement provides for pro-
duction of both types of missiles
in Japan but with around 40 per-
Despite the .denials--Shrivers hc
last public statement was made program has gone to Congress for' He accused North Vietnam of WASHINGTON - The econo- t fUnithe money bei
at an Oct. 6 news conference-the more money and amendments. sending troops into his country to my stepped ahead briskly during port and auxiliary equ
most prevalent rumor of his re- Another report last February support a "multifaceted rebellion." the July-September quarter and -------
signation is being circulated on had him leaving but being talked "At the moment while I speak," government officials said yester- rL-
Capitol Hill, mostly by House into staying anothei' year after he said, "fights and struggles occur day it will break into an infla-
Republicans who oppose the anti- spending a weekend with the Pres- in the north of my country along tionary gallop unless '.taxes are
poverty bill. ident at Johnson's Texas ranch. tIe whole of the Ho Chi Minh raised.
Goodwill Tour In denying the rumors last De- trail from North Vietnam to South The Commerce Department re- THE R EL
According to this report Shriver cember, Shriver said he was not Vietnam, along which moves wea- ported a $15-billion surge in gross
will resign by Nov. 30, make a a candidate for any elective office pons of death." national product during the three AN1
worldwide goodwill tour for Presi- but he left the door open for the-AN 1
dent Johnson and then return to future.
Chicago where he will make plans
to oppose Sen. Everett M. Dirk- "My position is the same as itA P
sen (R-Ill) , or seek the post now .Ot e-Is te tat s ousld lH E LDdby emcrEicGR
hed by Democratic Gov. Otto Ker- have an elective office sometime SUNDAY, Oct 1
ner if Kerner doesn't seek re- in the future but I also said I
election, would like to do other things."
_ _Charles A. Wells,
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