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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 10, 1968

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'COMMUNIST INFLUENCE':
HUAC report hits SDS, SNCC
foPr planning overthrow of U.S.

Poor people 's march: On foot, mule, bus

WASHINGTON (CPS) - The warfare-oriented groups are ac-
House Committee on pn-Ameri- tively working to create riot con-
can Activities (HUAC) has ac- ditions in the nation's cities. "The
cused several groups which it calls guerrilla warfare advocates see
Communist influenced, including further massive rioting as laying
Students for a Democratic So- the groundwork for guerrilla war-
ciety, of laying the groundwork fare," the report says.
for guerrilla warfare in the United Among the groups encouraging
States. a guerrilla war in the United
The committee also makes pro- States, according to the HUAC re-
posals for putting down guerrilla port, are SDS, the Revolutionary
uprisings. One recommendation is Action Committee (RAM), the
that "most civil liberties would Progressive Labor Party, the New
have to be suspended, search and York-based Revolutionary Contin-
seizure. operations would be insti- tnet the Student Non-Violent
tuted during the sdaylight hours, Coordinating Committee, and the
and anyone found armed or.with- W.E.B. DuBois Clubs.
out proper identification would be In his introduction to the re-
immediately arrested." port, Rep. Edwin W. Willis (D-
La.), HUAC chairman, says the
The 65-page report also sug- "committee has received testi-
gests that "detention centers" be mony indicating that agents of
operated throughout the country North Vietnam have trained
for the imprisonment of "warring some Americans in guerrilla war-
guerrillas." fare in Cuba."
HUAC charges that guerrilla The report draws a strong link

between the black nationalist
movement and the possibility of
a future guerrilla war in this
country. Tie Communist Party,
U.S.A., the report says, supports
Negro violence and rioting, but is
opposed to the launching of guer-
rilla warfare operations at this
time, holding that conditions are
not ripe for success.
In its discussion of guerrilla
warfare advocates, HUAC says,
"Key leaders of the Student for
,a Democratic Society (SDS) havea
given open support to guerrilla
warfare in the United States. SDS,
generally recognized as the lead-
ing new left' student organiza-
tion, is openly radical and leftist."
The report specifically mentions
former SDS president and form-
er Editor of The Daily, Tom Hay-
den, as an advocate of guerrilla
force in urban areas.
In concluding its report, HUAC
says, "No matter what the de-
struction- and terrorism initially
inflicted by black guerrilla fight-
ers, there is little doubt that such
an uprising could be effectively
and quickly controlled.",

By 'lhe Associated Pres
The Poor People's Campaign straggled toward Washington
yesterday, its various segments starting late in most instances -
stalled by ancient buses and delayed as mules were shod.
But even as the northeast caravan out of Boston was more
than an hour late in leaving. the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy,
who came from Atlanta to see them off, said, "Time is not run-
ning out - it has already run out."
"We aren't going to let anyone turn us around," he added.
Abernathy, who succeeded the late Rev. Martin Luther King.
Jr. as head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
then left to speak at Northwestern University - a fund-raising
lunch to raise money for the Poor People's Campaign.
In Washington, an informed source indicated a decision may
be near in a question that has puzzled civil rights leaders and
federal officials for some time - where to let the marchers build
their shantytown to demonstrate the purpose of their visit.
It was disclosed that civil rights leaders and federal officials,
including representatives of fhe National Park Service, have been
looking for a place that would be suitable for all concerned. It
was stressed, however, that no final decision had yet been made.
At Marks, Miss., one group began shoeing mules and pre-
paring to begin a mule tiain to aBtesville, Miss., with about 15
rickety wagons.
Another caravan of buses started from Birmingham, Ala.,
to Atlanta, but this segment, too, ran into trouble. One rusty
yellow school bus halted about 10 miles out of Birmingham. The
driver said the fan belt was defective.
The marchers from Alabama were to be joined by others in
Atlanta. They planned a rally then were to set out to Ding's,
birthplace in Atlanta where they would place a plaque as a me-
morial.
A mass meeting was planned at the Atlanta Civic Center with
Mrs. King, the slain civil rights leader's widow, and Father James
Groppi of Milwaukee taking part.

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Poor People's Campaign progresses the hard way

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Please contact Mrs. Viola S. Dougherty T Super
Wayne County Child Development
Center (Central School)
Northville, Michigan 48176

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