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Page Twelve
Tight convention security
set; military aid on alert
(Continued from Page 3) those who may be arrested dur-
-which included such items as ing the conventions.
$1.7 million worth of canned Judges at all levels of the
stew and $1,632 in disposable Dade judicial system will serve
diapers - was presented by the at some time, while the public
group to Dade County officials defender's office, the American
May 22. Sivil Liberties Union and the
That was the day the group Florida Bar will make legal
decided to disband - citing a counsel constantly available.
lack of cooperation on the part The lawyers will attend a two-
of local officials. day class, the judges a one-day
At that t i m e Snowplow class before the conventions in
charged, "The City Council and order that procedures might be
the County Manager are wait- consistent.
ing in effect upon Atty. Gen. Meanwhile, Miami Beach Po-
Richard Kleindiengt who pre- lice Chief Rocky Pomerance's
sumably is waiting on God with men and those of the Miami,
prayers for rain." Dade and state police are at-
Since then Dade County tending sensitivity classes - 96
Manager Ray Goode has been hours of training carrying four
designated as the man direct- college credits.
ly responsible for non-delegate The Svcret Service, which will
services. Goode has in subse- handle arrangements inside the
quent days made trips to Wash- convention, has released no de-
ington to ask the federal gov- tails of its plans.
ernment for assistance. But a grant from the federal
In the meantime, the county L a we Enforcement Assistance
is doing some things on its own
-like making arrangements for Association is going for riot-con-
the gears of the local judicial
system to grind 24 hours a day men,
each day of the convention. The police may have cause for
Under a "master plan" drawn concern. Several groups have an-
up last year by members of the n-unced that they plan to dem-
Florida Bar Association, the cnstrate - several, in fact, are
county hopes to provide quick merging into a group called the
and equitable arraignments to Miami Convention Coalition.
Other groups planning demon-
strations include: the Yippies.
M an kills 6 m the Zinpies (an offshoot group
Screated to pot "zip" into the
N t Yiries), the Gay Activist Alli-
eJ . S ance, the National Coalition of
Gay Organizations and the Viet-
CHERRY HILL, N.J. () - A nam Veterans Against the War.
man armed with two sawed-off In addition, the National Wel-
rifles went on a shooting spree fare Rights Organization is stag-
in an office building yesterday, ing ,a convention here July 5-9
killing bystanders as they scram- (the Democrats' parley begins
bled for cover. the next day) and the Southern
Six persons were killed and Christian Leadership Conference
seven others, including the al- is planning a "Resurrection City
leged gunman, were wounded. II" during the Democratic con-
One man was injured severely vention.
when he leaped through a win- But the police may have their
dow to escape the fusillade. hands full keeping the demon-
Police Chief Frank Jones said strators f r o m fighting each
the alleged g u n m a n, Edwin other.
Grace of Brooklyn, N.Y., shot - Miami's large Cuban commu-
himself in the neck and head nity has served notice that it
and was brought from the build- wants to demonstrate in favor
ing along with other wounded of freedom for their country
persons before authorities real- from Communist rule. Local of-
ized who he was. ficials are trying to better the
Cherry Hill Mayor John Holden lines of communication with the
said Grace was a Pinkerton Cubans in order to avoid clashes
guard on assignment for the de- between the protest groups.
teotive agency in nearby Wil-
liamstown. Miami: Summer, 1972. could
Holden said Grace, had been turn out to be time of ugly
living in the Cherry Hill area for confrontaton in a humid tropi-
about a year. He said police calclimate.
knew of no motive for the shoot- But persons here-both pro-
ings. testor and non-are working to
Grace, who had a New York see that it doesn't turn out that
City cab driver's license and no way.
police record, was listed in cri- And the "security fence" at
tical condition at Cherry Hill the Convention Hall has been
Hospital. covered over by a hibiscus bush.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 22, 1972

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