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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, January 13, 1973, Image 1

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sw Durham, C. 27706 Ik Ml THIS CAKUL1NA TIMES Sat, Jan. 8, 1973 HitmmmmHt willlliJiwJjIliHIlui Friday Highlights FRIDAY, JANUARY 5 WTVD, CHANNEL a DURHAM PAY BY CHECK K is lite safe easy way to pay an Mb. Your cancelled check is proof positive that you have paid your bill. Yon can open a regular or special account, depend ing on your needs with minimum balance. A Full Service Bank Checking - Savings - Loans Mechanics & Formers Bank Wednesday Highlights ruADiATTF RALEIGH mmwmmwmm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihii Himnini nun h iiinmiiitrr WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3 WTVD, CHANNEL 11, DURHAM 6:30 a.m. - SUNRISE SE MESTER - A discussion of self-contained living areas in 20th-century American archi tecture. WTVD 7 a.m. - TODAY SHOW Judith Crist reviews new films. WRDU 9 a.m. - MERV GRIFFIN Guests are singer Clau dine Longet and singer-composer Mac Davis. WTVD, WFMY 9:30 a.m. - MIKE DOUG LAS Guests are Rocky Graziano and Robert L. Greene, Playboy's fashion editor. WRAL 10 a.m. - DINAH SHORE Mike Connors of "Man nix" sings and cooks shiska bob with Dinah. WRDU 11:80 a.m. INAUGURA TION The inauguration of Governor James E. Holshouser. WFMY, WUNC 4:30 p.m. MOVIE Bette Davis stars with George Arliss and Donald Cook in "The Man Who Played God," the story of a rich and brilliant musician who goes deaf. WRDU 8:30 p.m. - INAUGURA TION A video repeat of the inauguration of Governor James E. Holshouser. WUNC 9 pjn. - MOVIE - Part 2 of "The Sand Pebbles," starring Steve McQueen, Richard Crenna, Richard At tenborough, Candice Bergen and Simon Oakland. The Navy rescues two mission aries in 1920s China. WTVD, WFMY 9 p.m. CHICLE 07 FEAR - "Circle of Fear" is the new name for "Ghost nJStory." Janet Leigh and Rory Calhoun star in a story about murder and an insect collector. WRDU 10 p.m. - IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS -Rod Serling narrates a spe cial which investigates the theory that astronauts visited earth centuries ago. WRDU 11:30 p.m. MOVIE "A Step Out of Line" (1971) is a drama about three des perate safecrackers. Peter Falk, Vic Morrow and Peter Lawford star. WTVD, WFMY 11:30 p.m. THIS IS THE YEAR THAT WILL BE - A humorous anticipation of 1973. WRAL 1:30 a.m. MOVIE In this 1965 English-German-Yugoslavian film, "The Boy Cried Murder," only the mur derer believes the boy who frequently lies. WFMY Sum- Sw?i&t8? r.oo CBS News 8:00 Kanoaros :00 Mtrv Orlflln 10:00 jokers wild 10:30 Price It KkjM 11:00 Gambit 11:30 LOW of UN Man 1:M PlOTV MM 30 At Work! Turn. 3:00 Guiding LKjht 2:30 Ed9e a h'bm 3:00 Love 3:30 Secret Storm 4.00 wim mm 600 Nwwtowrt CBS News 7:00 That 8M 7:1 Hollyw. Squares 8:00 Mission Impos. :00 Mono 1!:5 News 12:15 Movie WRDU-TV, CHANNEL IS. DURHAM - IP-- i 3 tmrmm :00 Now Zoo Rev. 9:30 Not Woman Only 10:00 Olnoh ntts joopofov 12:30 Who, What, WfL 11:5 NBC Now i .oo Your CBBJJ 7 i in . MaMl 2-00 Dm Our Uvea l: inuoaoT 3:M Another world 3:30 Ret. Pay 4.00 Another World 4:30 MOW 8:08 News :3S NBC News 7:00 Kathv Hill 7:30 KIMaro 8:00 Sanford Son 8:30 Little People ' ?:00 Circle of Fear 10:00 Ancient Starch 11:00 News 11:30 Torts WFMY-TV, CHANNEL 2, GREENSBORO :00 Good Morning 7:U Davotlont 1:00 capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Old Rebel 9:30 Mtrv Griffin 10:30 Price It Right 11:00 Gambit 11:30 inauguration 1:30 At World Turnt 2:00 Guiding U9M 2:30 Edga Of Night 3:00 Lovt 3:30 Secret Storm 4:00 Family Affair 4:30 Gomer Pyla 5:00 Big Valley 6:i 4:30 CBS Newt 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:10 Maude 0:00 Mission Impos. 9:00 Movla 11:00 News 11:30 Movla 1:10 Lata Movla WRAL-TV, CHANNEL 5, RALEIGH A: oo Daybreak :S5 Commentary 7:00 Nawt 7:30 Bullwlnkla 0:00 Undo Paul 30 Bette Elliott 9:30 Mlkt Douglas 11:00 Password 11:30 Bewitched 12:00 News 12:30 Split Second 1:00 All My Children 1:30 Mtke a Deal 2:00 Ntwlywadt 1:30 Dating Game 3:00 Gen. Hospital 3:30 Tell the Truth 4:00 Parry Mason 5:00 Truth, Conttq. 5:30 Jeannlt e:2J Commentary 4:30 ABC News 7:00 Ponder osa 0:00 Brady Bunch 1:30 Focus 9:00 Room 222 9:30 Odd Coupla 10:00 Lovt, Am. Style 11:00 News 11:30 Year Will Be WUNCTV, CHANNEL 4, CHAPEL HILL 9:30 Phys. Science 10:00 Stsamt St. 11:00 Granny 11:30 Inauguration 2:30 Meat Arts 3:00 Sign Off SATURDAY Jan. I 4:00 Mlsttrogtrt 4:30 Ststmt St. 5:30 Electric Co. 6:00 Evening Edit. 6:30 TBA 7:00 You the Deaf 7:30 N.C. This Week h od TBA :30 Inauguration 10:00 Masterpiece ia.aaaaa.ai "I 8:30 a.m. SUNRISE SE MESTER Ruth Bowman discusses the new problems of 20th-century American architecture. WTVD 7 a.m. TODAY SHOW A Stanford law professor 'dis cusses the legal problems of rape victims. WRDU 9 a.m. - MERV GRIFFIN Guests Ethel Merman and Beverly Sills present a trib ute to Cole Porter. WTVD, WFMY 9:30 a.m. MIKE DOUG LAS Guests are Rocky Gra ziano. Morey Amsterdam, the West Point Glee Club and Charles Ashman, author of "Kissinger: The Adventures of Super-Kraut." WRAL 4:30 p.m. MOVIE -Eddie Quillan plays a vet erinarian who inherits a for tune in "The Big Shot." (1932) Maureen O'Sullivan and Mary Nolan also star. WRDU 4:30 p.m. - ABC AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL - John Gielgud. Ralph Richardson, Lynn Redgrave and others introduce Shakespeare in "William." WRAL 7 p.m. NOW - The Agricultural Extension Ser vice exhibits a swine devel opment center in Rocky Mount and a ski resort in the mountains. WUNC 8 p.m. - APART FROM THE CROWD - A documen tary on the growth of handi crafts and home industries in America. WUNC 8:30 p.m. - ROYAL VA RIETY PERFORMANCE Rowan and Martin, Liza Mi nelli, the Osmonds and others perform in a benefit for the British Olympic Team. WRAL 8:30 p.m. - PLAYHOUSE NEW YORK - A series of satirical sketches on New York, focusing on panhan dlers, sex experts, executives and TV commentators. WUNC 10 p.m. SOUL! An hour of music and talk by rhythm and blues singer Al Green. WUNC 11:30 p.m. MOVIE Barry Sullivan, Polly Bergen and William Conrad star in "Cry of the Hunted" (1953), a story of a chase through Louisiana bayous. WTVD, WFMY 11:30 p.m. - ABC NEWS AT EASE - Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner host a review of 1972 in the form of a talk show. WRAL 6:30 Sum. Semester 7:00 CBS Nawt 1:00 capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Merv Griffin 10:00 Jokers Wild 10:30 Price It Right 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Love of Live 12:00 Heart 12:25 News beat 12:30 Starch Par 2:00 Guiding Light 2:30 Edgt of Night 3:00 Lovt 3:30 Secret Storm 4:00 Daniel Boont 5:00 Wild Watt 4:00 Newsbeat 4:30 CBS Newt 7:00 Thtt Girl 7:30 Dragnet 1:00 Sonny H, Cher 9:00 Medical Center 10:00 Cannon 11:00 Newsbeat 11 :30 Movie WRDU-TV, CHANNEL 28, DURHAM 7:00 Today 9:00 New Zoo Rev. 9:30 Not Woman Only 10:00 Dinah 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Sale of Centurv 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12:00 Jeopardy 12:30 ""ho. What. Wh, 11:55 NBC Nawt 1:00 Your Child 1:30 Three on Match 2:00 Our Llvat 2:30 Doc tort 3:00 Another world 3:30 Ret. Pay. PL 4:00 Anothtr World 4:30 Movie 6:00 News 4:30 NBC NtWI 7:00 Goldlggert 7:30 Protectors 0:00 Adam 12 1:30 Mystery Movll 10:00 Search 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight WFMY-TV, CHANNEL 2, GREENSBORO 4:00 Good Morning 7:55 Devotions i:oo capt. Kangaroo 9:oo Old Rebel 9:30 Merv Griffin 10:30 Price It Right 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Love of Life 12:00 Where Heart It 12:25 Midday Nawt 12:30 Starch For T'row 1:00 Today's Woman 1:30 At World Turnt 2:00 Guiding Light 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Love 3:30 Secret Storm 4:00 Family Affair 4:30 Gomer Pyla 5:00 Big Valley 6:00 Newt 4:30 CBS Newt 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:30 Parent Game 8:00 Sonny & Cher 9:00 Medical Center 10:00 Cannon 11:00 News 11:30 Movla WRAL-TV. CHANNEL 5, RALEIGH 4:00 Daybreak 4:55 Commentary 7:00 Newt 7:30 Lldsvllle 0:00 Undo Pawl 0:30 Bette Elliot 9:30 Mlkt Douglas 11:00 Password 11:30 Bewitched 12:00 Noon Newt 12:30 Split Secono 1:00 .Alt My Children 1:30 Make a Deal 2:00 Ntwlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3.00 Gen. Hospital 3:30 Parry Mason 4:30 After Sen. Spec. 5:30 Jeannlt 6:00 Newt 6:25 Commentary 6:30 ABC Newt 7:00 Ponderota 0:00 Paul Lynda 1:30 Royal Variety 10:00 Alan King 11:00 News 11:30 News at Ease WUNC TV, CHANNEL 4, CHAPEL HILL 0:40 Ready Set Go 9:00 Film 9:30 Physical Scl. 10:00 Sestmt St. 11:00 Math 11:30 Meet Arts 12:00 Film 12:30 Electric Co. 1:00 World of Scl. 1:30 Phvs. Scl. 2:00 Sign Off 3:30 Ripples 4:00 Mlstaregert 4:30 Sesame St. 5:30 Electric Co. 6:00 Evening Edit. 6:30 TBA 7:00 Now 7:30 Ripples 0:00 Apart From 0:30 Playhouse 10:00 Soul READ ABOUT Y0URSM EACH MM IN THE CAR0UHA mtS. IT'S YOUR PAPER. I f WHY A I 1UYT J TELEVISION KCEIVERS EMMS Saturday Highlights SATURDAY, JANUARY t WTVD. CHANNEL II. DUBBAM PARTY RENTALS HOSPTTAJ, EQUIPMENT SANDING MACHINES POWER TOOLS CARPENTER TOOLS SEWER AUGERS LOADING TOOLS PAINTER'S EQUIPMENT WATER PUMPS LIGHT PLANTS CHAIN HOISTS POST HOLE AUGERS SPACE HEATERS ' LAWN MOWERS BABY EQUIPMENT AND BEDS INVALID NEEDS GARDEN AND YARD TOOLS RUG SHAMPOOING MACHINES TOW BARS ( AR TOP CARRIERS SOLOING TABLES & CHAIRS AIR COMPRESSORS EANSMADDERS ELECTRIC HEDGE TRIMMERS MANY ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST 2W 286-4414 DURHAM'S FIRST COMPUTE RENTAL CO. 2334 GUESS ROAD DURHAM, N.C. 7:30 a.m. - MOVIE -Preston Foster and Phil Carey star in the science fiction film, "Time Travelers." WRAL. 1:30 p.m. ACC BASKETBALL - North Carolina State plays Virginia. WTVD, WFMY. 2 p.m. - SENIOR BOWL Seniors from the North play the seniors from the South in Mobile, Ala. WRDU. 5 p.m. - GLEN CAMP BELL LOS ANGELES OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT -The last five holes of this 72 hole tournament are covered live from Pacific Palisades, Calif. WTVD, WFMY. 1 p.m. - ALL IN THE FAMILY The doctor hospitalizes Archie for a painful backache. WTVD, WFMY. 8:30 p.m. BRIDGET LOVES BERNIE - Bernie finds out about another man in Bridget's life, one she was engaged to when they met. WTVD, WFMY. 9 p.m. MOVIE James Coburn and Dick Shawn star with Carroll O'Connor and Aldo Ray in the comedy, "What Did You Do in the War. Daddy?" During World War II, the Italians agree to surrender a town on the condition that its annual wine festival still take place. WRDU. 10 p.m. - POPULATION: BOOM OR DOOM? - A study of the copulation explosion. WRAL. 11 p.m. MOVIE John Agar stars in the science fiction thriller, "Brain from the Planet Arous." WRDU. 11:30 p.m. 'COLLEGE BASKETBALL - UCLA plays Oregon State. WTVD, WFMY. 11:35 p.m MOVIE Mercedes McCambridge and Maria Schell star in "Island of Despair." WRAL. 4:30 Semester 7:00 Across Ftnct 7:30 Now 8:00 Bug Bunny 8:30 Sabrlna t:00 Char. :30 Scoobv Doo 10:10 Josie 11:00 Fllntstones 12:00 Archie 11:30 Ftt Albert 1:00 Buckv Wateri 1:15 Norm Sloan 1:30 ACC B'ball 3:30 Outdoors 4:00 Golf Classic 5:00 Campbell Open .'..ni Black Unlimited 4:30 CBS Newt 7:00 Hta Haw 8:00 All In Family 8:30 Bridget Loves :00Mary T. Mom 9:30 Newharf 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 Nawt 11:30 UCLA B'baH WRDU-TV, CHANNEL 28, DURHAM 0:00 Houndcttt 8:30 Roman Holiday 1:00 Jettons 1:30 Pink Panther 10:00 Undtrdot 10:10 Berkleys 11:00 Sea Lab 11:10 Runt round 12:00 00 Day 12:30 Giant 1:00 TBA 2:00 Senior Bowl 5:30 Wrestling 0:10 NBC Newt 7:00 Untamed Work) 7:30 Stand Up 8:00 Emergency 9:00 Movie 11:00 The Web WFMY-TV, CHANNEL 2, GREENSBORO 7:10 Globetrottert 8:00 Bugs Bunny 1:10 Sabrlna 9:00 Chan 9:30 SCOObV Dot 10:10 JMlt 11:00 Fllntstontl 11:00 Archie 12:10 Ftt Albert 1:00 Sports Report 1:15 Buckv Wtttrt 1:30 ACC B'ball 1:10 NBA Week 4:00 Roller Derby 5:00 Campbell Open e:00 News 6:30 CBS Nawt 7:00 Haa Haw 8:00 All In Family 8:30 Bridget Lovet 1:00 Mary T. Moaro ' a-) Bob Nawhert 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 Newt 11:30 UCLA B'ball WRAL-TV. CHANNEL 5, RALEIGH 7:00 7:30 9:00 9:10 10:30 11:00 11:10 12:00 11:30 Cartoon Fes. Movie Osmonot Superstars Brady Kldt Bewitched Kid Power Phantom Taan Fronct 1:00 Monkees 8:45 Scouting 1:30 Bandstand 2:00 Flying Nun 2:30 Bowling 4:00 Stir Trek 5:00 Wrtttllng COO Arthur Smith :30 Wtgontr 7:00 Lawrence Walk 8:00 Smith 8. Jontt 9:00 Streets 10:00 Population 11:00 ttaWt 11:20 ABC Nawt 11:35 Movla Thursday Highlights J 9 a.m. - MERV GRIFFIN Guests are designer Edith Head, comic actor Joe Flynn, actress Carole Cook and Bob Guccioni, the editor of Penthouse magazine. WTVD, WFMY M a m. - DINAH SHORE Diana Ross sings and talks in "Lady Sings the Blues." WRDU 4:30 p.m. MOVIE Miriam Hopkins plays an ac tress who becomes a suc cess in "Lady With Red Hair." Claude Rains also stars. WRDU 6:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S CHILD The relationship of utecraUon to athtetx: Is ex- wan Iilmy 'rim Moor. Chatham, ont fomery and Alamance coun ties. FayetteviUe and St. Pauls. WUNC I WP - THE WALTONS Mey Scott plays a fa- . actress who is suamieo Waltons' when her breaks down. WTVD, WFMY r tMt FLIP WILSON--' ellBjPUBsn if agj wttiinnfid 8 p tn. - ADVOCATES Tonight's question is "Should your state restore the death penalty?" WUNC 9 p.m. - MOVIE Part 1 of "The Sand Pebbles," starring Steve McQueen, Richard Crenna, Richard At tenborough, Candice Bergen and Simon Oakland. The movie is about an American sailor on a gunboat in China in the 1920s who falls in love. WTVD. WFMY am. - HOLIDAYS- HOLLOW DAYS - A drama written and performed by prisoners, illustrates the dif ference between Christmas for middle-class whites and Cbiistmas for ghetto blacks in prison. WUNC 11:30 p.m. - MOVIE Gene Kelly and Frank Sin atra star in the musical "On the Town." Music by Leon ard Bernstein. WTVD, WFMY THURSDAY, JANUARY 4 WTVD. CHANNEL 11. DURHAM 4:30 Semester 7:00 CBS News 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo 9:00 Merv Griffin 10:00 Jokers Wild 10:30 Price It Right 11:00 Gambit 11:30 Love of Ufa 12:00 Where the Heart 12:30 Search 1:00 Peggy Menn 1 :30 World Turns 1:00 Guiding Light 2:30 Edgt of Night 3:00 Lova It 3:30 Secret Storm 4:00 Daniel Boone voo wild West 4:00 Newt 4:30 CBS Newt 7:00 Thtt Girl 7:30 Parent Game 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Movla 11:00 Ntwt 11:30 WIOVII WRDU-TV. CHANNEL 28, DURHAM 7:00 Today 9:00 New Zoo 9:30 Not, Worn. Only 10:00 Dinah Shore 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Sale of Century 11.30 Hollywood 12:00 Jeopardy 12:30 Wh, What. Wh. 1:00 Watch Child 1:10 1 on a Match 2:00 Dayt of Llvat 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 Peyton Place 4:00 Another World 4:30 Movla 4:00 Newt 0:30 NBC Newt 7:00 Here's Looking. 7:30 Jone. Wlntert 0:00 Flip Wilton 9:00 Ironside 10:00 Daan Martin 11:00 Nawt 11:30 Tonight Show WFMY-TV. CHANNEL 2, GREENSBORO 4:00 1:00 9:00 9:30 10:30 11:00 11:10 12:00 12:30 Good Morning Cent. Kangaroo Old Rebel Merv Griffin Price It Gambit Lova of Ufa Search 1:00 Todav't Woman 1:30 World Turnt 2:00 Guiding Light 2:30 Edga of Night 3:00 Lova It 3:30 Secret Storm 4:00 Family Affair t: Gomer Pyla 5:00 BIB Valley 8:00 Nawt 8:30 CBS Nawt 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:11 Dragnet 8:00 Walton 9:00 Movla 11:80 Nawt 11:10 Movla WRAL-TV, CHANNEL 8, RALEIGH 4:00 8:55 7:00 7:10 0:00 11:10 12:00 12:10 1:00 1:30 Daybreak Commentary Newt Mtkt Wish Uncle Paul Bewitched News Spilt Second Mv Children Bette Elliott Mutual Savings Announces New High Yields. DAILY INTEREST-COMPOUNDED DAILY Effective Jan. 1,1973 I PASSBOOK ACCOUNTS I $5 00l WS,T I H 5 s 5.13 5hs5.39 I J 1 i 1 $5,000 MINIMUM DEPOSIT $10,000 MINIMUM DEPOS'T j I (UMonlhTerm) (24 lUilHl TtmtlJ IE If 55.92 16 5 6.181 1:30 Tall me -Truth 10:00 Owtn Mtrsnatl 1 . . . 1 " 4:00 Parry Mason 11:00 Nawt New ecceuntt must refWMeeee 10 eon to earn. mmr mm . I m - , n M AM&iSWi muiuai savings of Loan nssociaiiun A comic review of U72. with :45Meet Am i:orannr i:Miectrtc Ca. 119 Wct Pnmch Street Durham, N. C.l Jack Burns. Avery Schreiber. ; ? IS Of oo ftt. I I L WeST rainST! 3irteT ' J : mmB!i in the woods VV lUarn F. BucMev Jr . - .IS SES-irfk . r"" BtaHtaHMBjttjjaajaett sT M f r V WORDS OF WISDOM Don't let the best you have done so far be the standard for the rest of your life. Gustavus F. Swift Six-syllable words are too often the exhaust of a one-cylinder man. Dr. L. R. A hers . " eT 9ajFj GOOD READING IK THIS ISSUE WRITERS FORUM SSlSt DAILY LIVING PREGNANCY PLANNING g SCOUT CORNER T L Ke DURHAM SOCIAL NOTES By Mr. Syminer Di FROM BLACK FROM THE PEN OF DONALD LOT . VOLUME 53 No. 2 DURHAM, N. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13. 1973 MILLIONS TO HONOR DR. KING Commemoration Service To Feofore Andrew Yovng And flip Wilson For the fifth straight year, the late Or. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be honored across America on his birthday, January 15. Millions of people will take part in a variety of observances. From Atlanta, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change reports that people will be joining in local activities across the country, participating in on going movement programs in the tradi tion of Dr. King, and supporting the con tinuing drive to make each Jamwty 15 a national legal holiday. Mrs. Coretta Scott King, President of the Center, said that the purposejof the birthday observances is "to invowe peo ple meaningfully in the celebramn of my husband's life and the perpetuation of his work and teachings." J In Dr. King's home city of Atlanta, a commemoration service will be held at 1 1 .00 a.m. Monday, January 15, at Eben ezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King was Co-Pastor with hit father. Main speaker at the service will be Andrew Young, the first black Congressman from the Deep South since Reconstruction. The inter faith program is being sponsored by the King Centc in co-operation with the Church and the Southern Christian Lead ership Conference. That night in Atlanta, Flip Wilson will lead a group of musical artists-in the 2nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Benefit. The concert is being held at the Omni, Atlanta's new sports and entertain ment center, and will feature RCA re cording stars Wilson Pickett, The Main Ingredient, The Friends of Distinction, Jose Feliciano, the Jimmy Castor Bunch, and Linda Hopkins, Proceeds of the bene fit go to the Center. Also in Atlanta, the public schools and city government will be closed for an offi cial holiday. The King Center is sponsor ing a poster contest in which amateur ar tists are depicting nonviolence as symbol ized by Dr. King. And-a documentary film on Dr. King's life will be shown on educational television in Atlanta, on both January 12 and 15. The same documentary, "KING: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Mem phis," will be shown across the nation at about 200 schools, community groups, and churcfaA Many aEe. .and Ideal govslment$, and . .. .t.l i, ,.knnl cu.tumc ara aithor rornnni. B sflHsHe! ' ' ' It oLa BeaaVlK LttttttX Jafl SOfejBSv ' UbHbI mm w HOW YOU CAN JOIN THE TRIBUTES TO DR. KING ON HIS BIRTHDAY Attend services, ceremonies, assemblies or other observances in your community. Encourage churches, schools, government officials and community groups to observe the birthday Participate in programs in the tradition of Dr. King, such as voter registration and political organizing, economic development projects, and nonviolent action against racial and economic injustice. Join efforts to have Dr. King's birthday declared an official holiday by state and local governments, and by school boards. Support the drive for legislation in Congress to make each January 15 a national legs' holiday. Support labor unions and businesses in efforts to observe the holiday. Seethe motion picture "KING: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis." For information, write the Martin Luther King Foundation, 140 West 57th St., New York, N.Y. 10019. Tel. (212) 247-7336. Drive with your car lights turned on all day Monday, January 15, to remind people of the holiday and the greatness of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. mm, mm mmw wSm rwm HE ViH Ft SetteM mm mm mm mmm mm m-st 'm EH mmu mr- tWafl LsVTBBB (jBSgesNH LtllitgglBB mj m mwf-"m mmk m I mty&7&W$m Flip Wilton and The Main Ingredient an among artists in King birthday benefit. Congressman Andrew Young will speak at commemoration service. zing the birthday as an official holiday or arranging for official observances. In the past, at least 14 states, 33 cities and 21 school systems have proclaimed January 15 as "Martin Luther King, Jr. Day " Citizens continue to collect petitions and write members of Congress, calling for legislation for a permanent national holiday. This drive began in 1969, and al ready millions of signatures have been sent to Congress. A number ot trace unions are ib"" ating for a paid holiday on January 15, and some already have this in their con tracts. Similarly, many stores, offices and businesses offer paid holidays or time off to attend birthday tributes to Dr. King, People will be encouraged by radio an nouncers across the nation to drive with their car lights turned on all. day January 15, as a reminder of Dr. King. Local community groups - churches, civic clubs, civil rights organizations - are planning services and programs in the tra dition of Dr. King, such as voter registrs- t io n , econom ic development a nd no n v 10 i enl action for social change.. 1 m HWnry H. Hofloivny, Native Of Durham Is mniea Jrke-Presidenf Of Pftilndelpnia federal Kesenre nam NAACP Presents Special Awards Eight Civic and Political Leaders All-Block Mississippi Bond Issue Is The f irst In History Holshouser is Sworn In With Pomp and Ceremony on Friday NEW YORK For the first time in history, a municipal bond issue has been sold for an all-black community by, a black-controlled member firm of the New York Stock Ex change, and, the trustee nam ed is a biack-owned bank. This unprecedented tran saction, involving $780,000 of 20-year first mortgage bonds, was originated for the muni cipality of Mound Bayou, Mis sissippi, by Herbert N, Brit ton, manager Municipal Fin-, ance Department, Daniels it Bell, Inc. Trustee for the bonda is Citizens-; Tfcust Bank, Atlanta. Reynolds Securities, Inc., members of the New York Stock Exchange, co-managed the private placement with Daniels St Bell. Proceeds from the bond is sue will be used to build housing for low-income fami lies and' senior citizens in Mound Bayou, the oldeat black municipality in the U. S., dating back to July 12, 1887. The bonds are secured by an Annual Contributions Contract with the U. S. De partment of Housing & Urban Development, and further se cured by a first mortage on the project properties. In making the announce ment, Travcrs Jerome Bell, Jr., executive vice president of Daniels it Bell, said "I am proud to be part of this his toric event and hope that the transaction is the forerunner of many mote desist with black communities and black businesses that will serve to elevate the standards of liv ing among minorities and ac celerate black economic pro gress." Mr. Bell said that he was delighted to have had such a prestigious firm as Reynolds Securities co-manage tha pri vate placement. "The success of this tran saction," he stated, "should help convince all of Wall Street that financing owe communities and black busi nesses is not only good for conscience gratification, but that it can also be good busi- Danlels k Bell was admltt (Sse ALL BLACK 8A) James E. Holshouser, the first Reepublican governor in North Carolina in nearly a century was administered the oath of office with much pomp and ceremony on Jan uary 5. The inauguration made history hT that it Was the first swearing in to take place out of doors in man.v years. A platform had ipeen erected in front of the Cap itol to. serve the, historic mission. Red, white and blue bunting covered the platform. Dignitaries and honored guests were seated while the crowd watched and huddled to escape the chill of the Jan uary day. Tree limbs' served as watching places for teen age boys and of course one would tumble down while the minister delivered the invo cation. Many of the participants in the inauguration were Hie long friends of Holshouser and his family. Former gov ernors, Dan K. Moore (now a Supreme Court Justice) and Terry Sanford, president of Duke University, were on hand. Lt. Gov. Jim Hunt, along with the eight members of the Council of State, received their oaths of office, pledging to uphold faithfully and sin cerely their constitutional du ties for the next four years. Council of the State members are: Agriculture Commission er James Graham, Mtjfa Gen eralRobert Morgan, Secre- (See HOLSHOUSER 8A) JAMES I. takes oath ss the first Re publican governor of N. C. in tMLWOueiR nearly s century from Chief Justice William Bobbitt. DEAN (Boston) Gregory T. Ricks, 26 has been appoint ed Dean of the Afro-American Institute at Northeastern University it was announced by Dr. Asa Knowles N. E. president. Ricks, who is also an assistant professor of Ed ucation in the College of Ed ucation, is the first full-time dean at the four-year-old In stitution. CUM) I Hiliary H. Holloway, Dur fham native, and graduate of North Carolina Central Uni versity, is the first black man to be named as a fede ral reserve bank vice presi dent. There are 12 such fed eral reserve banks in the country. He assumed the du ties cn January 1. Holloway, 44, will serve as the new vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Phil adelphia as well as bank's Counsel-general. He will also serve as head of its legal de partment. A graduate of Merrlck Mocre School, Holloway con tinued his training at NCCU j where he was graduated in 1949 with honors in business administration. C 0 ntinuing his studies Holloway earned his master's and law degrees at Temple University in Phil '"sdelphis. Work experiences have been varied for Holloway. He served immediately after graduation as manager of the Union Electric Co. in Dur ham. From there he went to St. Augustine's College in Ra leigh where he served as Business Manager for several years. He served as national executive secretary of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity from 1953 until 1985. Holloway began his serv ices with the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank in 1968 as assistant counsel. He is married to the former Miss Beatrice G. Larking of Raleigh and they are the par ents of two children. Storm Trooper Is Slain By Police Officer Alton Hugh Mason, reputed member of a motorcycle dub who was facing two murder charges, was killed at the court house Tuesday by Durham po liceman, J.F. Lamb. Lamb said that Mason pulled a pis tol from underneath his jacket as he was being let out of the patrol car. It was uncertain as to where Mason had hidden the gun be fore his pulling it out, but pos sibly it was hidden in one of the larsja boots worn bv Mason. Lamb did not see the revolver when he "frisked" Mason. A medical examiner stated thst Mason was shot several times by .38 caliber bullets fired from Officer J.F. Lamb's revolver. Mason, 22, was one of seven members of the Storm Troopers Motorcycle Club who were char ged with two counts of murder after t. hoot-out last June 30th on 1-85 north of Durham. Vic tims in the shooting were a ri val motorcycle group known as the Pagans. r The National Association of Manufacturers states thst, "The cost of running Congress has soubled. In 1968 appropria tions for the legislative branch totaled $277.6 million sri for 1972 the figure was $557 million". XWwsmmY 'P 1 mm. jsSk - HOLLOWAY justice Dept. Strikes Hard At Crime WASHINGTON - Attorney) General Richard G. Klein-j dtsnst said Saturday the Jus tice Depatment struck hard at organized crime and Illegal drug traffic th 1972. He pre-' dieted organized crime would be reduced to an ordinary ir ritant in our society by the; end ot this decade. Klelndienat said the Justice' Department had indicted more than 2,000 persona, of whom he estimated ore than half were leaders of organised crime. .."THIS administration has been successful in doing what the tmo previous administra tions fell short on, and that is making a marshaled, coor dinated, effective, efficient use of total federal resources in this fight," Kleindlenst told reporters at a news conerence on the department's year-end r,eport. ' NEW YORK The National Association for the Advance ment of Colored People on Sunday, January 7, presented special distinguished service awards to eight civic and po litical leaders at the Associa tion's annual fellowship din ner at the New York Hilton. Most of the persons receiv ing the awards for service in behalf of the civil rights or ganization were from New York City, Nevertheless, the presentation was a national one, which was made before an audience of NAACP lead ers and members from throughout the eountry. The dinner was presided over by Bishop Stephen G. Spottswood, chairman of the NAACP National Board of Directors. NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins and NAACP President Kivie Kap lan presented addresses to the dinner. The persons receiving the awards ware Mrs. Mttev O. Williamson of Dayton, O.VA for her long time service tt the Dayton community and the NAACP as Executive Secretary of the Dayton Branch. Dr. Ross P. Thalheimer of New York City for his pro fessional counselling services 'to the disadvantaged as psy chiatrist and for providing Thalheimer Awards to the branches and state confer ences for the past twenty nine years. Percy Sutton of New York City for his exceptional con tributions to human rights as President of the Borough of Manhattan, New York, and as a distinguished former president of the NAACP Har lem Branch. The Rev. Wilbert Miller of New York City for his out standing and 'courageous lead ership during the 1972 school integration, crisis in District 18, in Canarsie, Brooklyn. Mrs. Sarah Green of Knox ville, Ttmnessee, for long time service to her comm uni ty, as President of the 1Bs . nessee State Conference of Branches, and as member of the NAACP National Board of Directors. Dr. BueU Gallagher of New York City for outstanding achievement as a leader of the forces of justice, in his varied and distinguished ca pacities as minister, as teach er, as college president at Talladega and New York City College, as chancellor of the California College System, and as a thirty-year member of the NAACP National Board of Directors. Greek philosopher Aesep said: "Little friends may prove great friends. Public Assistance Figures For 1972 Show Increase Over 1971 Persons receiving public as sistance money payments in August totaled 15,141,000, an increase of 81,000 over the July figure, Hohn D. Twinsme, Ad ministrator of HEW's Social and Rehabilitation Service (SRS), re ported today. The rise was the largest in five months, but during thst time there were two monthly decreases, in June by 23,000, and in April by 4,000, Mr. Twiname said. He noted that the growth of 340,000 in the welfare roils in the first eight months of 1972 was 218,000 less than in the same period in 1971. Total expenditures for pub lic assistance, Including Medi cade, also went up in August, by $66 million to $1,699,203, 000. In releasing its August wel fare statistical summary, SRS noted that nearly three of every four persons on the rolls were in the aid to families with de pendent children (A FDC) pro gram. 1 . , ., j 1 . 1 ftriA recipients increasea by 65,000 in August. There were also increases in the num ber of recipients of aid to the permsnentry and totally dis abled (APTD), up 11,000 to 1,152,000; old age assistance (OA A), up 2,000 to 2,032,000; and aid to the blind (AB), up 200 to 81,400. General Assistance (GA) - a program that gets no Federal funds - showed its first gain since March. There were 890, 000 GA recipients in August, approximately 3,000 more than in July. Although total expenditures rose in August, money pay ments to recipients decreased by $368,000 to $918,585,000. the AFDC and APTD programs 1 registered declines in their money payments of $2.3 million and $1.9 million respectively. The August drop in these programs resulted in lower money payments in 11 juris dictions for AFDC (Alaska, Guam, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, OUaho- 1 I 1! .11 . ,MHt A 1 jUKtsoiciBDn ior rtr I u (uasKa. Guam, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, and Wyoming). Costs of medical care con tinued to rise, climbing to $747, 199,000 in August. These costs represented 44.8 percent of the total public assistance expendi tures for the month. , Black Scientist Proposes Housing Program for Welfare Recipients ma, Oregon. Puerto Rico, Ver mont, and Wyoming) and eight, vioM densrtmeats use housing EAST LANSING, Mich. -A black political scientist has proposed thst abandoned build ings in America's central cities be turned Into public sector housing cooperatives for per sons receiving welfare. Dr. Charles V. Hamilton, co author with Stokely Caraiichael of "Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America," ex plains his proposal during a re cent visit to Michigan State University, and sought com ments from MSU faculty mem ben. Dr. Hamilton describes per sons receiving welfare ss "con duits" whose money for rent leaves the communtiy and ne ver returns once it is paid to ab sentee landlords, the actual wel fare beneficiaries. To stop that flow of money, he would Hke welfare families to form cooper- atnes auto user mr- isiwuvj iwh- erty spent on rent to purchase multhinit housing. "This will terminate welfare benefits now extending to com munities who profit without re ceiving any of the political flack now directed st welfare commu nities," he says. He sues est that social ser- allowances to pay mortgages on the purchased property "Un lets this happens," he says, "we w m be staking more money into the pockets of the wrong people." Dr. Hamilton estimatea that 18,000 housing units are being abandoned each year In New York City, in 12 census tracts in Harlem being studied, 106 multhinit buildings are vacant he says. He is developing his propo sal under a grant from the Rus sell Sage Foundation to study the politics of Harlem. Dr. Hamilton is s professor of ur ban politics at Columbia Uni versity. The political scientist and his staff are investigating the cost of buying, renovating and maintaining multhinit housing which is abandoned in Harlem, determining if people would be wiling to invest in such co operatives and studying the so cial consequences While at MSU, ecotwnusts and urban affairs specialists of feted suggestions on facets of nis proposal which should be investigated further and possi ble methods of reaearch. Hn visit was sponsored by MSU's Center for Orhen Affairs. Transportation Confer Of Nation LANSING, 558 has asked that Jiflrhlsjasi he ensfesmtes! the traaaportatioa center for the celebration ot the nation . 200th birthday 1976. , The dgMUon, if grant ed by the American Ravolu ttsn Bicaatenmal fgBsfc) Larey (Flip Wil-

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