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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 12, 1970

Friday, June 12, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Los
SAN FRANCISCO UP. - The
slogan "Los Siete de La Raza,"
has appeared for the past year
on fences and walls of t h i s
city's Latin and Mexican-Amer-
ican community in the Mission
district.
Meaning "seven of the race,"
it refers to seven Latin youths
accused of killing a policeman
and beating his partner May 1,

Siete
1969, when the officers stopped
the youths for a burglary in-
vestigation.
Collections on behalf of Los
Sete have been made at anti-
war rallies. Latin youngsters
have canvassed businesses, sell-
ing candy to raise money for
Los Siete.
A letter, signed "Weather-
man," which claimed responsi-

Disruption at Harvard
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (;P) - The Harvard commencement was
disrupted for nearly 15 minutes yesterday when a group of housing
demonstrators took over the podium and demanded permission to
speak.
The group of about 30 had camped in Harvard Yard over night,
demanding that Harvard give them a vacant lot which the Univer-
sity owns so it can be used for low-income housing.
Sandra Graham, spokesman for the group, was permitted to
speak after she agreed to leave the podium when done.
The group, residents of the riverside section qf Cambridge,
said Wednesday night when about 300 of them entered Harvard
Yard that the University has failed to act on a petition demanding
use of the land,
Mrs. Graham told the estimated 15,000 persons at the com-
mencement that "this is our community and we are going to make
it our community if we have to take it,"
Bloodsplit at Pentagon
WASHINGTON OP) - Two teen-age antiwar protesters were
arrested yesterday after spilling nine gallons of beef blood down
the stairs at a Pentagon entrance.
Arrested were Ed Entwistle, 19, and Claire Conlon, 18, both of
Voluntown, Conn.
Arresting police did not specify the charges.
A spokesman said the two teen-agers and other members of the
New England Community for Nonviolent Action had planned the
demonstration about 10 days ago and had bought the beef blood
for $2 a gallon from a slaughter house in Newark, N.J.
About a dozen demonstrators, mostly youngsters, handed out

Victims
bility for Tuesday night's bomb-
ing of New York's police head-
quarters mentioned Los Siete.
The letter, received by The As-
sociated Press Wednesday, said
in part:
"The pigs in this country are
our enemies. They have mur-
dered Fred Hampton and tor-
tured Joan Bird. They are re-
sponsible for 6 black deaths in
Augusta, 4 murders in K e n t
State, the imprisonment of Los
Siete de la Raza in San Fran-
cisco and the continual brutal-
ity against Latin and w h i t e
youth on the lower East Side."
The Weatherman are a splin-
ter group of the Students for a
Democratic Society.
Although Bay area police have
been plagued by bombings, they
have connected none of the vio-
lence to the Los Siete and their
trial, which began after f i v e
postponements, this week in San
Francisco Superior Court.
Only six are on trial, since

the seventh has never been
captured.
Officer Joseph Brodnik, 41,
was fatally shot in the May 1,
1969 incident, and his partner,
Paul McGoran, 45, was knocked
down and kicked, requiring hos-
pitalization.
McGoran contends one of the
youths grabbed his weapon and-
shot Brodnik.
. The six were captured on a
San Francisco Peninsula beach
three days later, and were ac-
cused of taking a couple's car
and clothes at gunpoint.
Charles Garry, chief attorney
for the Black Panthers, says he
will prove McGoran fired the
fatal shot during a melee. Most
of the trial postponements have
been because of Garry's illness,
from ulcers, and his preoccupa-
tion with other cases.
The defendants say McGoran
taunted them with racial re-
marks, and in his opening state-
ment before a courtroom pack-
ed w i t h Mexican-Americans,

Puerto Ricans and Latin Amer-
icans, Garry said:
"We will prove t h a t every
time McGoran got in front of a
Mexican or a Negro or some
other minority race, he would
pull out his gun and wave it."
A further delay in the trial
was in prospect since Judge
Joseph Karesh. said he would
withdraw because of Garry's
criticism of Karesh for permit-
ting an attorney to make re-
marks in court about black wit-
nesses in a previous case where
a policeman was acquitted of
killing a black while the officer
was off duty.
Karesh also was criticized by
defense attorneys for denying
motions to have the trial con-
ducted in Spanish, and to
broaden the jury list to include
Spanish-speaking persons prev-
iously barred by now-illegal
literacy test.

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