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Fond Du Lac Commonwealth Reporter (Newspaper) - November 25, 1969, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Pond du Lac (Wisconsin) Commonwealth Reporter, Tuesday, November 25, IV69 Ex-Boxer Charged In Gambling Case MILWAUKEE (AP) ex- boxer was charged with violat- ing state wagering laws Monday after FBI agents raided his sub- urban Fox Point home and re- ported confiscating football bet- ting records. Frank L. Sansone, 57, ap- peared before a U.S. commis- transmission of wagering infor- mation, and was released on bond. Edward J. Hayes, special agent in charge of the Milwau kee FBI office, said the raid stems from an investigation that began months ago, and that Sansone allegedly received foot- sioner on a charge of odds from Las Vegas. THE FUN PIACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMIIY Regularly 6th Day Of Occupation American Indians Hope To Own Alcatraz Island By JIM CHURCH SAN FRANCISCO (AP) They have risked drowning, shivered from the cold, suffered shortages of food and fresh wa- boats get close, they ter. When shout "What have you But more than 100 American Indians, including women and infants, vow to remain on Alca- traz Island until federal or state officials meet their demands. They want help in recon- structing a burned out San Francisco Indian Center and in- creased aid to Indians in California. So far, the landlord of tne for- mer federal prison, the General Services Administration, has given them no deadline in which to get off. Interior Secretary Walter Hickel has agreed to meet with them, but no arrange- ments for the talks have been made. I Appeal For Money Today, the sixth day of their occupation, the Indians ap- pealed for money and Thanks- giving Day provisions through their "Alcatraz Relief Fund." Fresh water, food, blankets MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) Devil Hills Memorial Socie-icocktail party. It will begin at 4Jand medicine come by boat. A About persons have tak- ty, which then staged the annual Dec. 16 at Kill Devil Hills call went out Monday for teta- _ TI r_ L i _ ..1.-. ___i. ____i _i_ t _. _ ._ _. t firewood ripped off the ram- shackle cellblocks, and dozens of Indians have colds and sore throats. They have no refrigeration for food. They cook food on a broken fireplace grating. Above the dining area hangs a sign: "This land is my land." The Indians are serious about claiming the island. As a prece- dent they cite an 1868 treaty that returned abandoned federal THE ESTIMATED 120 Indians occupying Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay cook their food on an open fire outside one of the former prison buildings. As the sign over the door in the background indicates the Indians have claimed the island. Interior Secretary Walter Hickel has offered to meet with the Indians if they leave the island. Food is brought to the island in boats manned by friends of the Indians. (AP Wirephoto) Thousands View Big Plane Sheer nylon mesli with nude heels and demi- toes fits all sizes like a second skin. for a wardrobe of fash- colors f- f. OUR K MNTRECEII PANTY-HOSE Our panty-hose always Jits perfectly, never sags, and wears exceptionally well, Fashion colors. S-XL. 2 NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE NOW OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL CHRISTMAS (Except Sat.) OPEN SUNDAYS to en advantage of an opportunity to see the world's largest air- craft, the C5A, close up. A spokesman for the manu- facturer, Lockheed-Georgia Co., said the display tune had to be extended one hour Sunday be- cause of the large turnout. i This was the first time the C5A, which is manufactured here, has been on display fori I the public in Georgia. TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Al Fliescher's wallet came home the other day after spending seven months in Europe in a bag of cattle food. Last March 11, Fliescher was repairing a conveyor at thej plant where he is a supervisor, j His wallet popped out of. his pocket. It went down a conveyor belt with tons of citrus pulp into the hold of the ship At- lantic Hope. The ship took the pulp and wallet to Rotterdam, Holland. The citrus pulp was converted to cattle food. Some was bought French dairy farmer Noel Douvier of the village of La Chatelle. Douvier was pouring cattle [food into a trough. He spotted the wallet, which contained Fliescher's credit cards and oth- er identification. A month later, Fliescher got the wallet back. He said the only thing missing j was a bill. He says he's sure i it fell out of the wallet during its j many travels. I Fliescher said he will write! Douvier to thank him. Wright Brothers memorial cele-jand officially end at a.m. mis vaccine bration. iDec. 17, when the observance of 'youngsters cut after their several feet on property to the Sioux nation. Alaska Is Next "Alaska is says year-old Richard Oakes, a Mo- hawk who is called "president of Alcatraz." Why take Alcatraz, which is hardly habitable? "When you see most of the reservations in this country, At-, catraz looks pretty says Adam Nordwall, 40, a Chippewa who heads the Indians' United Bay Area Council. The group bills its annualjthe Wright Brothers' first nails. Millions For Ghettos WASHINGTON (AP) The nation must spend billions of dollars to alleviate ghetto conditions if it is to reduce the fear of violence that "is gnawing at the vitals of urban says the commission on violence. In a report on urban crime released Sunday, the cola- mission warned the nation's cities are fast becoming divided into armed camps of haves and have-nots. It also said the United States is the most violent developed country in the world. Dr. Milton Eisenhower, chairman of the commission, said reversing the spiraling growth of violent crime would cost "billions massive sums of money" over several years. Recommendations included overhaul of the criminal tice system, increased foot patrols by interracial police teams, improved police-community relations and free drugs for addicts to make stealing to support a habit unnecessary. But most important, the commission said, "only progress toward urban reconstruction can reduce the strength of crime-causing forces in the inner city." meeting as the world's here. There is no heat except from Fresh Start Battery SALE Sears AvaUafcfe fit Mosf Sloret SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNOfc j KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. 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