Murder in Holland 1968

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Murder in Holland 1968 - Evening Sentinel *^-J SUBURBAN DELIVERY...
Evening Sentinel *^-J SUBURBAN DELIVERY Hamilioa, East Saug»»udk. Monlello WEEK DAf EVENINGS Virginia Park, Jenison Psrlc, Macaiawa Park, Norlb Sixx« Drive DrsJric* He. 2 MICHIGAN, 49423 SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1968 TWELVE PAGES -- PRICE 10 CENTS Holland Hope In Bar Room ·!· ^^H ^^B mi^^^^^^^ ^^I^^^^H ^^K HH ^^^Bk ^^MB!^^ ^^^^^^^^ HH JIHK ·!· to project f I j Del i j the: ] j shown! his! do_ own De Witt Police Halt Disturbance Of Youths TOO Negroes Roam In Grand Rapids; 11 Persons Injured GRAND RAPIDS (UPI) to ^^ and !"*=""=" *"" 1 south side earlv today stoning ' citizens v-ititcio, ate Police were] 1 Coun- i,, , , to- j Guard commander was i formed, Grand Rapids Police] build--Supt. William A. Johnson said ! j dawn he calkd tt situa .| ' * Hall of! ' ,. , ' * being calm - "Charles the mem- over the cultural will citL At 2 a.m. today 18 Michigan State Police from the Grand Haven Post were sent to Grand j Rapids to assist the Police Department there in trying maintain order. The officers returned to Grand Haven 6:30 a.m.- after things quieted down. The trouble began about mid r night when four unoccupied residences in the predominantly to j Negro Jefferson and Franklin j street area caught fire in an and j "obvious arson attempt," John- for- j son said. A crowd formed near i the fires, which were close to(continued gether, - and as one fireman moved to hook his hose to a hydrant the crowds jostled him and injured the firefighter with rocks and bottles, he said. He was injured slightly John-son--~said;--and---other "-firemen "were stoned as they tried to put out the blazes." The \-ouths "grouped and re- grouped during the night, rang- EXAMINE CLOTHING-- Holland Der. Sgt. Dennis Ende (right) examines one of the articles of .clothing which was worn by Felipe Sanchez, 26, of 143 East 16th St., at the time he was murdered at the Seaway Bar, 100 West Seventh St., Friday night. Sanchez was shot twice with a .38 caliber revolver. Police are holding Rudolph Guzman, 30, of Austin, Texas, on an open murder charge. Other Holland police pictured (left to right) are Det. Sgt. Gilbert Tors, Gpl. Ron Myrick, Patrolman Jack Langeland and Chief Leslie Van Beveren. (Sentinel photo) n Thailand TIDON, Thailand (UPI)--The "from five to 50 at one fi rst guerrilla attack on a U.S. 1 £:* cars, i base in Thailand was aimed at I fp*S j time/' he said. Seven containing white persons, were j cripplin^ American air raids ^ j stopped by the youths and some; intn ^ nrth Vietnam milifarv it North Vietnam, militarv . ' j persons were dragged out "andj ., . . the police chief said sources sai " today. Eleven civilians, all ' white Thev said the band of! were injured. * ive j guerrillas that penetrated this; hospitalized at St. Mary's j nor theastern Thai base and) miles at Hospital, three suffering from skull fractures. opened fce Friday night Johnson said nine Negroes \ intent on destroying U.S. had been arrested, including i warplanes that bomb the North, j latest in a two juveniles "on a variety of j Four Americans were wound- j " ' ed in the raid, all of them in a j transport heavily fire in the assault. charges;" past j He described the outbreak as j C141 jet a "simple manifestation of mob! damaged by reaction--other than that. I can! Another plane, an RF4D recon-i give no cause." - ' inaissance jet. was lightly! _ i Around 4 a.m. EDT two lum- ] damaged. A power plant nearby 1 ber yards began blazing near 1 took several hits. the Negro section "in continuing 1 arson," Johnson said. One lum- Officials said two guerrillas were killed and one was yard was totally destroyed j captured.-The others fled across and the fire was extinguished. flat fields surrounding the base. officers declined to call Communists, although carried Red Chinese-made rifles, the kind used by · normal for here." he said. Communist soldiers in Vietnam. Suspect Surrenders To Police Victim Shot Twice With Revolver At Seaway Bar A Texas man is being held under police guard in the Holland jail following the fatal shooting of a Holland man at the Seaway Bar. 100 West Seventh St., at 10:35 p.m. Friday. ;·; : Rudolph Vega Guzman, 30, of f · Austin, Texas, is being held on ;_'·. ^ an open murder charge for the fatal shooting of Felipe Sanchez, j 26. of 143 East I6th St., Holland - police said. j Sanchez was pronounced dead ;on arrival at Holland hospital i by medical examiner Dr. Wil] liam Westrate Jr. j Police said that Sanchez was i shot twice with what was be? lieved to be a .33 caliber re- j volver. The first shot went ; through his left arm and into 1 his abdoman and the second I shot struck Sanchez in the chest. I Police said the shooting took | place in a narrow corridor lead| ing to the restrooms at i Guzman fled the scene of the murder in a late model car and roadblocks were set up immediately throughout Western Michigan in an attempt to apprehend him. Guzman reportedly gave himself up shortly after 1 a.m. to| day. Police said that Guzman went to the house of his former : t employer and after telling Hm ! what had happened he was I 1 suaded to turn himself in. i Ottawa sheriff's deputies were then called to the house to pick up Guzman. He was taken to count}" jail and then turned over to Holland police who returned him to Holland. Police said that Guzman used a snub nose .38 caliber revolver in the murder. The gun is in police custody. Two slugs were found at the scene of the murder and they were believed to have been fired from Guzman's gun. Guzman is expected to be arraigned later today before Holland municipal Jiidge John Galien on the open murder charge. - "t } wreck MURDER SCENE -- Holland patrolman Ken Gebben stands in fhe approximate location where Felipe Sanchez, 26, of 143 East 16th St., was standing when He was shoS" to death Friday night at the Seaway Bar, 100 East Seventh St. Holland police are holding Rudolph Guzman, 30, of Austin, Texas, on an open murder charge in connection with the murder. (Sentinel photo! Stalinists Are Accused PRAGUE (UPI)--Deputy Premier Ota Sik todav accused : Stalinists inside the Czech '" " Communist party of trying to i reform program already being attacked by the Russians. Sik, one of the major reform g^J; leaders, wrote in the Commu- Zjjjjz } nisi party newspaper Rude Pravo that the Stalinists "still exist among us."' "'Some) still sit among us in more or less important positions in . the state, political and economic apparatus." he said. "They are hoping an eventual misunderstanding could boost their dirty plans. "But they represent no one." it was as close as ar.y Czech reform leader has come in public to accusing the Stalinists, ouled from party control eight months £go. of trying to oust the reformers now that Moscow is putting pressure on Prague. At the same time, Sik called

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 27 Jul 1968, Sat,
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