THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1967
Senate Ends Attempt
To Stop Arms Export
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WASHINGTON (IP) - Johnson
administration backers succeed-
ed yesterday in turning back aI
move to take the Export-Import:
Bank out of the business of fi-
nancing arms sales to poorer na-
The Senate voted 48 to , 40I
against a proposal by Sen. Allen+
J. Ellender (D-La) to prohibit the
bank from lending money for the'l
secret purchase of American1
weapons by friendly, underdevel-
Supporting Ellender's move, Sen.
Daniel B. Brewster (D-Md) told:
the Senate that the bank has
been "involving itself in shady
arms dealing" and said:
'Responsible for Armament'
"We have been responsible for
arming both sides in the war that
broke out in June between Israel
and the Arab countries."
Sen. John G. Tower (R-Tex)
argued on the other hand that re-
stricting arms loans by the bank
could leave some Latin American,
countries "at the mercy of Cas-
tro's saboteurs or Israel at the
Administration leaders contend-
ed the amendment would deprive'
the President of needed flexibility
in dealing with other nations.
Still another hurdle facing ad-
ministration forces is an amend-
ment proposed by Sen. Everett M.
Dirksen of Illinois, the Republi-
can leader. This would forbid the
bank from participating in the
sale of $50 million worth of Amer-
ican machine tools to Italy's Fiat
Motor Co. for use in a Fiat plant
to be built in the Soviet Union.
Dirksen said he is against the
Fiat deal because of "how the
country feels about this when our
kids are being killed in Vietnam
by Sdviet weapons."
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Sen. John Stennis (D-Miss), left, talked with Pacific military commanders prior to questioning
hem at a closed door session of his Senate Preparedness subcommittee yesterday where senators
nd the military men pressed for more bombings 'in Viet Nam. (See related story on Page 3.)
mercy of Nasser." -WASHINGTON P)-The House
Ban Offered as Amendment debated reorganization of the gov-
Ellender offered his ban as an ernment of Washington, D.C., yes-v
amendment to a bill continuing terday with rival speakers terming c
the bank five more years and in- the present set-up the nation's
creasing its lending authority finest and "cumbersome and al-
from $9 billion to $13.5 billion. most impossible."E
Backers of,-the amendment in- A vote was scheduled in late af-I
sisted it was not aimed at nations ternoon on President Johnson's
like Israel. plan to replace the three present
irt by door, on defiance of federal edicts "It is designed," Ellender said, commissioners with a single com-
ed on in the area of race. The total vote "to stop these sales to countries missioner and a city council, all'
d the for both Barnett and Swan, with with a per capita annual income appointed by the President and
ing a almost all precincts reporting, did of $50 or $150, countries that confirmed by the Senate.
gov- not equal that rolled up by Wil- should not -be spending a cent on Voteless
liams or Winter. military equipment." The proposal, which becomes
"lib- - law automatically tomorrow un-
firs ---E-..Mless rejected by either the HouseI
s con- fortiCOS Charges Exiles or' the Senate, does nothing about
nality thCeS"voteless state of Washing-1
sticks / tonians ,with respect to the make-
.In fil trate Cuba for CI A o hi oa oenet
him iT heor u can vote for president and
years HAVANA )P)-Cuban President ficials and delegates to the con- 'Almost Impossible'
aiddle Osvaldo Dorticos broke into the ference of the revolutionary Or- Rep. John A. Blatnik (D-Minn),
Bar- public questioning yesterday of ganization of Latin American Soli- leading the fight for the reorgan-
votes two Cuban exiles who said they darity (OLAS) -cheered when Dor- izational proposal, called it neces-
3, the were United States Central In- ticos asked Laura Berquist of Look sary to simplify what he termed
n the telligence Agency agents, and magazine: "Why don't you ques- the "cumbersome and almost im-
s and challenged President Johnson to tion the CIA and President John- possible machinery" of the pres-
s as account for their actions. son?" ent setup.
d not The 'government said the two OLAS Condemns Moderates But Rep. William L. Springer,
their were captured Sunday while six The OLAS wound up secret (R-Ill), opposed the plan, saying
other exiles accused of working to committee meetings yesterday, and of all U.S. cities of its size or big-
icated overthrow the Cuban Communist delegates from the 27 member or- ger, "the finest city government
d the regime were being displayed to ganizations prepared to go into in the United States is in Washing-
newsmen in Havana. open session today, when Prime ton, D.C."
Dorticos interrupted the ques- Minister Fidel Castro is to make Disagrees
tioning of two captives, strode to the closing address. Rep. Fred Schwengel (R-Iowa).
the platform and declared to Unit- There were indications but no disagreed, saying he supports the
ed States newsmen that some of proof that the committees had re- reorganization plan because "real-
w their questions indicated they did solved disagreements over con- istically, about anything is better
not believe the captured men were demning Communist countries than what we have now."
CIA agents. that trade with non-Communist Rep. Basil Whitener (D-NC),
litical A Latin-American countries and said a plan similar to the Presi-
in the Americans Doubt CIA Involved over whether to condemn the dent's was tried in the 1870's and
"luded He asked the American journal- Venezuelan Communist p a r t y, was a complete disaster. He said
ists to say what they thought of which prefers more moderate Johnson's plan w o u 1 d create
the evidence, and added that for means of social change to Cuba's "part-time councilmen who are,
vidual Cubans it was conclusive proof of purely revolutionary line.- . full-time trouble-makers.
mited guilt.pr rv t a l.li t e ks
idates Several Americans from left-
s- wing publications said they agreed,
are to but others replied that they had
ld be doubts or did not know., "THEY GOT A MURDER ON THE
prison An audience of about 600, in -
cluding many top Communist of-'ti
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