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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEU 2,1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Viet am R gimeDEADLINE NEARING:
Hatig io.r Auto Talks Dragging Along
DETROIT (i) - Chrysler Corp anybody else except those gath- to sit down at the table and
negotiators serenaded Walter Reu- ered around the bargaining table.' on the economic front.
Sther yesterday but didn't give Chylrstreya otat Asked about negotiations
him the birthday present he want- Cihryser thWree-year contrat derway between the UAW
Vow F reAgainst Future Unrest; ed most-a new contract offer for did those of General Motors Corp had ben M eittle rsdt
Sihan Tor R tr So nthe United Auto Workers. and Ford Motor Co. Asked if the sincebChryslerthasbeenplicke
1(nan11 1ans 10 Return Soon John D. Leary, Chrysler vice- union might agree to another ex- ncChylrhsbnpik
president for labor relations, lei' tension beyond Sept. 9, Reuther the union's No. 1 target.
By The Ass4sciated Press the company bargainers in singing said "absolutely not.,, be aiid at Mir and
SAIGON-The death of two Buddhist youths from injuries "happy birthday" to Reuther Ofl 'No Sense' butg progrssod ath GMcnd:
Xsuffered in the Saigon rioting last week raised fears yesterday of hs 57th bthday.m Bu that was Reuther explained there was not e wroulds not coe ntil
fresh disorders in this beleaguered natioh. asfra h'opn et much sense sitting around the big Chrysler settlement was reacht
The caretaker government, however, is expected to take pr- Reuther, after a morning nego- bargaining table until there is Chrysler was picked as the
cautions to prevent a resumption of mob violence. Since ptemn tiating session, told newsmen W( some sign of movement in the get for a contract to set a
the riots with troops last weekend, -it has vowed to meet any further offer fromigChryslernd the miconrcar. rnfrheBgTreutr
force with ferce. nothing to change our belief that Leary stuck by his stand that ers which employ more than!
Meanwhile, MVaj. Gen. Nguyen Khanh let it be known that he there will be a strike on Sept. 9." Chrysler's Aug. 17 offer for a 000 UAW workers.
plans to return in a few days to the job that temporarily exhausted The UAW president scoffed at new three-year contract was eco-
him latweek, the effort to rally reports he would like to have con- nommicallyfarUA socee-lstimedtha package at aboute" A Ilende See
a plintered regime behind his tract talks proceed at such a pact et nhu pedoe he
American-supported campaign to that President Lyndon B. Johnsor centss. huhr sprmed ovth"sees
win a civil war that cannot be could announce a settlement whenrn naeut and unfair." e d n
won without a stable, united gov- he makes a Labor Day speech in Workers currently earn an aver,.-U.
ernament. Detroit. 'No Bearing' age hourly pay of $3.01, the fed-
The 37-year-old strongman has Reuther said "President John- eral government has estimated. HAVANA (JP)-Government
been holding a series of confer- son's appearance in Detroit on La- Prepared dles predicted yesterday that C
__ences at Dalat, the mountain re- bor Day has no bearing whatso- Reuther said he was prepared mnist-supported Salvador A
sort to which he retired Saturday, ever on Chrysler negotiations. Our to adopt the customary pattern of de will win the presidency of .( rd3 n nitol o
Stired and disgusted, present talks have nothing to dc around-the-clock bargaining a eleioy fad canistopl him.u
-~ .. ...~ ~~. Mourning with Washington, the President or soon as Chrysler indicates it wants olticalfrcidcles saidopenlm.
.~ ~ Buddhist leaders declared three Poth letion cis acial tpe
~ *.days of mourning. h tether tpro-Marxistcforces
Several hundred persons milled 9. AA$,Aget and hold power through
around the coffins of Pham Van Aho means or have to resort to for<
Moa Cma, 18, and Nguyen Van meCbndelrdri
Phat, 26, at the Buddhist head- v(MA AA ly that should Allende be be
quarters. Buddhist leaders said vf *that will mean the end to
* - ~~both were fatally wounded by Ro- A.k7eann psiiiyo
MAJ. GEN. NGUYEN KHANH mnan Catholics. ,. ,.....change in Latin America thr
_________________________________________- The deaths raised to about 24 .. peaceful means.
the toll of street battles in Sai- U Allende, 56, who admires P
gon and South Viet Nam's other MiitrFd+Catosrgr
Southerners major cities in the crisis last week opposed by Sen. Eduardo Fr
88 ~vamping his military government Peninhsvw.
D e e r le for a projected influx of civilane -s......._____ _
M Cthoicsburied six o their dead ~
OrPl00flf afte a mammoth funeral proces- /ANN ARBOR'S
IVIUIU sion here Sunday. The government 4 .
CARTHAGE,' Miss. (AP) - Rural sabouti50,000 Cathos and mtrroops M ,egW A
Mississippi yielded to the spread of cleared the streets for them. Pre- StA NDS
school desegregation yesterday sumably the governmera is taking
when a Negro girl registered at similar' measures for the mourn- .af
aneeetr school in Carthage ing period and funeral services of -
birthplace of former Gov. Ross the Buddhists. . . NSO
Barnett.
Carthage became the second Lull Broken M A
munlcipality In Mississippi to be- A strange lull in Communist mil- 1
gin school desegregation. Sixteen itary activlty was broken Monday CHITA sWE SELL the wo
Negroes enrolled Monday in four by an attack by a Viet Cong bat-
white Biloxi schools. talion .on a, government camp in qua lity pape rba cks
Attempts were made also to de- Quang Ngai province, 320 miles . ... 40-50%. . . . WE
sergt col t w te i-north of Saigon. A government [:I highest and ja ires-
sissippi towns, Canton and Mark~s pks nsadhegrsnr-
The Negro applicants were told se0 aiderofth defenders1 was S )V1WLS CA1~.ose~ TestmgI Areas .:
their requests would be turned killed, two were wounded and with TUE CEN'I
ove to the scol boa0rdtur Marks; three missing. Two Pacific areas, No. 1 and 2, were designated Monday by the
they wer C'toldtn rtr.Tus Government forces were report- Soviet Union as points where they will land rockets during a 1321 South
Three more counties In South ed to have killed 11 CommunistE five-month space program. Area 1, southwest of Christmas Foes
Carolina admitted 69 Negroes in and captured five suspects in n Islands, will be used Aug. 4 to Nov. 1. Area 2, east of the Mar-
t Greenlleit htenteirend 120 miles southwest of Saigon. shalls, will be used Oct. 1 through Dec. 30. Ships and planes are '
AtGenil,49 negroes nerdwarned to keep clear of spots from noon to midnight each day
15 prevIously white schools. Thir- In a sidelight of the crisis, Sai- of the test periods.______________
teen Negroes desegregated three gon pedestrians were startled b3 _
schools In Darlington, three in shouts from a troop-guarded truck
Hartsville. Seven Negroes entered convoy:
~Rock Hill High. "Down with the government.
The University of South Caro- Down with the Americans."
lina confirmed that Its law school
has accepted its first Negro stu- Aboard the trucks were about
dent. Four Negroes attended the 350 Viet Cong prisoners, handcuff-
University last term. ed in pairs and In tatter~ed blackPE LET P AN HE
The influx of Negroes into At- uniforms.PE LET PAN HE
lanta's school system is under a They were driven through the
plan put into action four years streets from the Chi Hoa prison tc MEoIII~ AUf
ago. It sent Negro enrollment up a Vietnamese navy transport on U of MWK i, IK
to 50 per cent at one school and the Saigon River for transfer to
goes continued to picke ta specia an isan nthe oPuh Cin Sea Contact nt. Affairs Corn. - Union Student Offices
school set up for the overflow 140 miles south of Saigon.
from two Negro schools, and a _______________
white elementary not yet deseg- -0r'~ .-...~2
regated. . ..

ALPHA PHII OMEGAV
OPEN MEETING W4..bI4I
Ref reshments
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