CUBA: Tighter Red Knots

In the Western Hemisphere branch of the cold war, which pits the Communist world and Cuba against the U.S. and the rest of Latin America, last week's skirmishes were won by the U.S. and its friends.

Cuban Foreign Minister Raul Roa, speaking before the United Nations Security Council, labeled the U.S. a "butcher'' and asked for U.N. action to head off what he said was a theoretical Yankee invasion. Soviet Delegate Arkady A. Sobolev chimed in to renew Premier Khrushchev's claim to be Cuba's protector.

"Do not touch Cuba." he warned the U.S....

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