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Lawton Constitution And Morning Press, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1968, Lawton, Oklahoma i 400 Injured In Mexico City Disorders Bayonet Charge Routs Demonstrators MEXICO CITY A shell blasl and a bayonet charge by police and paratroopers routed dreds of young demonstrators early today from the University's No. 1 preparatory where they had held out against leaf gas in Mexico City's worst student disorders in 20 The bazooka shell tore through the wooden doors of the school to open the way for ing the who had been rioting for than five hours after demonstrations over the Army tanks backed up the government Tlie disorders by dawn had left at least one student dead and nearly 400 police It was mated 300 were The stern could opening Hie way for wider participation by giving students a cause lo which most all might violation of the university's traditional right to The majority ol the city's dents have so far not joined the some voicing concern for the image such actions would give the world just three months before it is invited to at- tend the Olympic Games of a year Mexico has termed Year of the bazooka was isolated groups of students from the eight main preparatory schools of the university had been rallying to little more than a charge of police This developed from police tion in putting down lighting which broke out Friday night during a demonstration lo brate the 15th anniversary of Fidel Castro's Cuban ary an abortive tack at Santiago de Cuba in 19li3. Police blamed that stration on Communist They said they arrested 76. They later singled out 16 of among them singer Pete Seeger's daughter 20, as the hard core of The ranging from 14 to 18 were demanding the removal of Ihe chief of police and the commander of riot charging their forces with brutality in putting down demonstrations last Some of the mob shouted anti-American slogans and called for another Vietnam in Lalin The evening of violence began with the theft of several buses and Ihe disruption of traffic throughout the A news from New Zealand was beaten and his camera Sunn a mob of to youths surged loward the city's main riot police were waiting for them a block from the National The police back the students in quick ami about 50 young demonstrators were injured within five About an hour several youngsters regrouped near Ihe old national university off main They took possession of rooftops and ed police with stones and Down on the they tried breaking into some gun shops and set buses Shortly before 1 federal paratroopers in full gear and with drawn bayonets converged on the national uni- versity preparatory school where many demonstrators had holed The troopers fired a bazooka shell through the heavy wooden doors of Ihe school building and hegan dragging out Some students were slashed by The preparatory school is part nf Ihe national university which is supposed lo be off limits lo and federal The invasion of Ihe school could have political Gustavo Diaz was out of the but a spokesman said he was being kepi informed of The National which houses the presidential and a area around it were sealed olf by more para- troopers and army The wave oi violence began Friday afternoon when gathered to celebrate the 151V. anniversary of tlie of Castro's Some students with held stration the next day charging police Police arrested 7li Mika 20, daughter of American folk singer Miss is still held in iii Vol. 66 No. 118 In Cochise County The Dispatch Cochise County's Major Daily Newspaper Tuesday July 19G8 10 Cents 8 Paces Plug Sheriff Will son Say He Will Investigate Uy Dispatch Staff Writer Cochise Counly Sheriff labeled Ihe at- lack on slot machines here smear election body's just trying lo smear Ihe don't have any idea who or what's in- The who himself is Deddens Hears Criminal Cases By NATALIE DENNEY Dispatch Correspondent In absence of Judge Lloyd C. Helm of Cochise County it for says the letter sent by Ihe Governor musl have been ed He had not received it at noon we'll start an tion immediately to see what we can dig he said in compliance lo request for an investigation anil report hy August 12. certainly conform and comply with his ed the At the same time he pointed j out that Cochise County was j the court noted thai there had being singled null been no violence involved in while six months when of the The sentence was slots were reported in Ihe to begin as of July 8, 1968. several counties were cn same allegations were made in these I wonder what's being done ab- 1 Meeting Place Judge Anthony James r-i ill nf I Deddens handled all of the ed counsel for Dennis minal cases j filed a motion for a preliminary Charles D. 21, and The laces seven Norman of Sierra counts stemming from his asked the pleaded guilly to charges of i ed participation with Asked if he was aware of possession of in laking of an slots being in any Judge Deddens set Highway car and j clubs or bars in sentencing as August 5, in: patrolman in Willcox and the sheriff j both i high speed chase which never had any com Donna A. Rogers of Burrell spent some time in We hear ta who is also charged with Tucson Medical Center after you can't make arrests on rn session ol failed lo I having been wounded by Deputy mors any more than you ar appear in courL Sheriff Glen Robbs ai the end rest someone on the report of Deputy County Attorney of Hie attempt to flee in Ihe i involvement in a Skaggs Hie court that trol Robbs fired a shotgun j Responsibility for policing the believed service of the papers j blast into Ihe striking i alleged slot machines was had not yet been made on rell in Ihe ed squarely wilh county officials The case was by Assistant Attorney Gen. ed to August 12. August 27 was set as Ihe Terry James Marsell pleaded for a Irial for Michael Smith ofj The Dispatch was told lo charges of burglary in ihe j who is charged wilh I day by Cochise Counly Eel grand of Sierra Vista ed for leniency for his client cause he said he felt the young man could be Deddens thai Marsell has a past He also asked if restitution has been made to Dominick's Sleak House in Sierra When he found that the for re- turn of an undisclosed amount of money had nol been j Judge Deddens the station iti Czechoslovakia near border with Soviet Union is Ihe Hireling place and Soviet leaders me I fo discuss Ihe lion Wirephoto via from PHOENIX Gov. Williams today sent a letter lo Sheriff T. J. Willson asking that he investigate reports of bling in Cochise County and to inform Ihe governor officially the results of your gation no later than Aug. Tlie Republican governor called a news conference lo go over the history of the which flared anew last A series of articles in the Arizona Republic charged was gambling in Cochise Counly laverns and fraternal The articles quoted tiie eni of the slate liquor Col. Harold as saying he would not raid the Williams said today that he fell enforcement of the bling law is up to local officers and not the responsibility of the liquor the governor further investigation should de- evidence to indicate lhal local law agencies cannot or will nol enforce the ii local has in broken I will employ all of powers delegated by the statute of the governor's office to assure the laws are properly and reasonably enforced in j ery area of our In answer In conceded he wasn't lain how far such powers might He said that if the sheriff did not by Aug. 12 as the matter would be turned over lo Ihe attorney general for Here is the text of Ihe letter Williams sent to Willson and Cochise County Attorney ard reports of op- of slot machines and gaming devices in your counly require positive December 19C7 this office advised you of allegations that slot machines were being ated in Cochise I re- quested then lhal you make full and careful and report your findings me. Jan. this office received a communication from Sheriff Willson stating thai no com- plaints oi slot machine ation had been registered in his office and thanking me for the information contained in my Sheriff Willson staled further individual cannot be brought lo court solely upon another's In the particular instance of slot will necessitate the com- I on Page PRAGUE Soviet a Army which is a and er Soviet officers exchange anri a re a Czechoslovak general case for one to allow In plan for j Sentencing of James 11. ray was continued tit fj Judge Deddens said 8 he wanted lo know what silion the service will lake with Murray if Ihe youth is given is ed by Winkler of A two to three year term in Ihe Arizona Stale Penitentiary was meled out to Calvin T. who had pleaded guilly lo burglary in Ihe lis at Ihe time of his re- fused court-appointed and the court he just ed lo get it over Richard J. Riley that I i q n o r enforcement should make the when i had mci and if see Russian staff drew at- i pointed out the agents are i also peace Pierce arc crating on our Prace said Kodaj and other Czechoslovak officers met with Ihe chief of the Soviet Army views on the present was the chief charge made against Czechoslovak party ship by the Soviet East Bulgaria and Hungary at a meeting saw early this There was no new word today on the talks between the Soviet and political n which began Monday close to the Soviet as Comn CTS ol and lite second of to avoid making conference a and I sources in Warsaw reluming law enforcement toi substantial Soviet local and supply equipment hail been Does the sheriff ever go into Keen on move in a city lo make an arrest where some municipal authorities have in direction of i looked armed raid place As me meeting who Properly lax rales in Hua chuca Cily may be expected toi city is not grow of increase 74 cents over lasl Lack of an a asked school the be it was reported by Police Chief Loving Colman without first notifying Ihe Soviet Politburo and the City Council has been Willson i Slovak presidium on at would need warn Prague The new rate be record of admitted a past but i their They help us a Prace said assessed I lot in county and we want lo who which is an Increase of 74 cents good j lv tnis against over last year's i revolutionary A lo be He added that the counly met Monday at Slovak made final Aug. 12, gives Ihe men only enter a cily on 150 miles northwest city of property tax IN THE RING Governor Ronald Reagan tells newsmen in that he intends to have his name placed rn nomination as a Re- presidential system has Ihe city's replied Mayor ion He pointed lo the absence ol a complete school system through j following a procedures meeting with Civil Defense Director Joe Mrs. Reese Hospitalized Following Wreck Mrs. Evelyn A. 1464 was ted to Douglas Hospital with minor injuries Mowing a accident occurring in Ills 8M block of Ninth at p.m. The car she was driving col- arrest il called in lo of with if we have army which is Last year's was will be made we'll make said en our one week after i of a lirm budget for the the sheriff trade according to City Clerk how awkward it is for a newspaper Prace reported that I Routes have been assigned and Ihe people of Huachuca City will be shuttled lie added thai an occasional the North Gale of Fl. inquiry is made by a ca to shelters sel for business firm about locating in the cily but he could nol with one driven by uel A. when he attempted to make a left according tell them is a big market there when citizens Weather go lo Sierra Visia to The mayor lamented formed deputy club to go inlo Samuel Attending Ihe meeting were We sure can't get in the back or front doors without being and we're all warned early this month against cies in the met at in with the Mrs. Margarella Miller of son and L.C. Neville of Sierra absentee owners of the of property owners lo group together and put pres sure where it is In late a full-scale lest evacuation of the property in t h e ca Vista area will He explained lhal as much as 30 minutes might he required to plot the course of the missile to identify the and con- if this area should be there might be only 15 minutes in which to The drill is geared to aid in case of a real cmer COCHISE COUNTY cloudy through much change in lempera Douglas Flagstaff Grand Canyon Phoenix Tucson Yuma Max. Min. 86 77 77 100 92 102 56 50 31 74 85
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