Albuquerque, NM Riots 1971

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The Weather NEW MEXICO-Scattered MEXICO-Scattered MEXICO-Scattered thundershowcrs over eastern plains afternoon and evening today. Generally fair and warmer in west today. Details Details on page B-4. B-4. B-4. 91st Year Volume 368 Number 7i Bulleti in City Manager Richard H. Wilson this morning proclaimed proclaimed the city to be "in a slate of civil emergency." Wilson, who issued the statement statement after consulting with police police officials, made the proclamation proclamation effective at 1 a.m. this morning. According to city, ordinance 58-1968, 58-1968, 58-1968, the ordinance ordinance "shall terminate within , 48 hours" or after a proclamation proclamation has been issued stating that a civil emergency no longer longer exists. City officials said the curfew curfew would be lifted at 6 this morning if the "present situation situation is under control." The proclamation specifies "a curfew is declared effective 1 a.m. June 14, 1971, within the city limits of the City of Albuquerque and all persons shall forthwith remove themselves themselves from the public streets, alleys, parks or other public or semi-public semi-public semi-public places.' Violence Explodes In City All 5 C TP v ,V-.v ,V-.v ,V-.v X. v -. -. J" t - ' 7 v' r)) n wKt f ( t gS -' -' -rfl -rfl ' 1. Hi Police Car Burnn as Young People Violence Started Here, 4 1 .'.a ... ... ' ' ".. - - : i. W Monday Morning, June 14, 1971 Run Wildly in Koosevelt Park Spread Through City Phut by Gut Braller RNAL 26 Pages in Two Sections mot Nine Shot As Police Battle By TOM AS MARTINEZ and MIKE PADGET Window-breaking, Window-breaking, Window-breaking, looting, burning and shootings erupted in Albuquerque's downtown area Sunday night following a major confrontation earlier in the evening at Roosevelt Park between heavily-armed heavily-armed heavily-armed police and nearly 500 youths. Police said nine persons were treated at three city hospitals for gunshot wounds. Three of the injured were reported in critical condition. Dozens more persons were injured, but not seriously. Two policemen were injured. Roving bands of rioters began hurling rocks and sticks through windows of downtown stores at about More Riot Coverage, Photos on A-2, A-2, A-2, A-5 A-5 A-5 r , , , j 8:30 p.m. following a demonstration in front of the new Police-Municipal Police-Municipal Police-Municipal Court Bldg. The crowd at the park, estimated at nearly 1000 per sons, began gathering on the green park slopes after Price 10c I

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  1. Albuquerque Journal,
  2. 14 Jun 1971, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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