The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on October 26, 1977 · Page 12
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Pantagraph A-12 Bloomington-Normal, III. Wed., Oct. 26, 1977 KKK 'citizen watch' begins along border SAN DIEGO (AP)-A Ku Klux Klan group launched what it called a "citizens watch" along the 2,000-mile-long Mexican border Tuesday, looking for persons trying to illegally cross into the United States. The U.S. Border Patrol, other of ficials and Mexican-Americans denounced the action. David Duke of Metairie, La., national in uniform will closely watch Klansmen. When the Klan announced its plans last week, Herman Baca, spokesman for the Mexican-American community in San Diego, said 40 organizations would demonstrate against the Klan Saturday. Leonel Castillo, director of the U.S. Hopedale residents give $108 in UNICEF drive HOPEDALE (PNS)-Adults and youths of the community collected $108.20 for UNICEF Sunday, Dana Egli won a prize for the most frightening costume and Beth Haney had the most original costume. He said precautions were taken to avoid violence. No one recruited from Southern California was armed, he said, although "about a dozen cars are marked and most of the people will have Klan patches." Duke said Klansmen will refrain from any direct contact with aliens. If any are found, said Duke, "they're not going to talk to themror contact them. But we'll be using citizens band radios and from a contact point we'll tell U.S. immigration people." Allen Gerhardt, chief agent for the Border Patrol in the San Diego area, said, "We are not cooperating with the Klan," and he said U.S. border officers National Chambers of Commerce of Mexico and Mexican national leaders also condemned the plan. In Crystal City, Tex., the Mexican-American community set up its own patrol to watch for Klansmen but a spokesman said no Klansmen turneu" up. Mission Sunday planned at Cullom church ' CULLOM (PNS) Mission Sunday will be observed Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church at the regular morning worship service. Pastor Harold Olson, who has worked at a Colombia, South America, mission, will be the speaker. Immigration and Naturalization Service, said any employes found encouraging Klansmen would be disciplined. Duke said he had met with "the Community Relations Department of the Justice Department" and other agencies, but Gerhardt said only the Border Patrol has authority to deal with aliens and "we cannot convey that authority to any other person or group ... We have had absolutely no contact with the Klan." Patrick Lucey, U.S. ambassador to Mexico, said last week that under no circumstances would the Klan be allowed to patrol the border. In Mexico City, the Confederation of California last week that 500 to 1,000 Klan members would fan out along the 2,000-mile border from Brownsville, Tex., to the Pacific Ocean. There was no immediate explanation why the number of actual participants was smaller. The Klan has said its aim is to report illegal aliens to the Border Patrol, and that Klan members will not try to make arrests. In a telephone interview Tuesday, Duke said Klansmen, "one, two and three to a car," would patrol primarily rural areas where illegal aliens traditionally cross the border. Much of the watch will be on land owned by KKK members, he said. mmmmm mmmwm Prices Good Thru Sat., Oct. 29, 1977 Quantity Rights Reserved HALLOWEEN COSTUMES! " f VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS Reg. 10.50-16.50 ASST. COSTUME CHARACTERS Includes'Mask and Costume Flame Retardant. MILK DUD'S JUNIORS 9 oz. Bag YOUR CHOICE! director of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, said cars carrying about 250 members of the white-supremacist group were involved-some 150 in Texas and most of the rest in southern California. Duke told news conferences across Retired ISU math professor to be honored Dr. Douglas R. Bey, retired Illinois State University professor of mathematics, will be presented a distinguished-life-service award Friday at the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM) 29th annual meeting. The award, given each year to a retired person who has made a significant contribution to mathematics in Illinois, will be presented at the 6:30 p.m. banquet at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb. Bey, who retired in August, 1976,, will be the third person from ISU to receive the award. Eleanor Flagg was honored in 1963, and Clyde T. McCormick, a former department chairman, received the award in 1971. Bey joined the ISU staff in 1944. He received his doctorate from the University of Wisconsin. Members of the ISU mathematics v department who will give lectures and workshops during the ICTM meeting include Barbara Wilmot, Wilson Banks, Hal Gilmore, Kenneth Retzer, Phares O'Daffer, John Dossey, Lynn Brown, Sharon Priester, Densie Crissey, Carol Thornton, Charles Weaver, Conrad Carroll, Albert Otto and Thomas Shilgalis. Radio update Changes in the listings of the Television-Radio Guide: 9 p.m. Thursday, WGLT-FM will broadcast live a jazz concert by The Alternatives, a band led by Barry Wino-grad, and playing at the Central Station restaurant. The broadcast will run till midnight. Woman faces charge of theft at dormitory A Milwaukee, Wis., woman 'was charged by Illinois State University police Tuesday with stealing a $5 wallet, with $6 in it, from a dormitory room as one of the room's occupants slept. Barbara J. Davis was taken to McLean County Jail to await a bond hearing. Police said Miss Davis was selling magazine subscriptions in the building. Witnesses told police they saw a woman who fit Miss Davis's description near Room 531, the room from which the wallet was taken. Terri Winfree was asleep in the room between 2:30 and 5 p.m., when the theft occurred, police said. Members of the dormitory staff took Miss Davis to the Haynie Hall office about 5:30 and called police. Your Choice 6" mr m NESTLE NESTLE MINIATURE BARS Crunch, 100,000 or Milk Chocolate 57 MARS FUN SIZE CANDY BARS Choose from Snickers, Milky Way or 3-Musketeers 16 Ounce Bag While Supply Lasts m i I SAVE 42 SAVE HOT COCOA MIX Reg. or With Marshmallows T-89 SAVE -d -i A w 1 19 19 1 PURDU-POP POPCORN 2 Lb. Bag Yellow SAVE n 5 L 79 iopakQ FOR DURAFLAME II FIRE LOGS 28-CT. BAG LITTLE HEATH BARS 10 Oz. Bag SAVE 40c DUBBLE BUBBLE BUBBLE GUM 10-PACK CUM SALI Big Red, DoubleMint, Spearmint of Juicy Fruit SAVE 20c ASST. SIZES FURNACE FILTERS Popular Sizes Available 19 SAVE 30c 1 69 69 16 oz. 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Jeff Barclay, 21, of 1609 Franklin was injured about 4:30 p.m. when he ran into a barbed wire fence on the Illinois State University golf course, rescue reports said. The rescue squad said it transported Nancy Swartout, 21, of 815 Franklin, Apt. A, Normal, to the hospital after she twisted her back in a dance class about 1:30 p.m. at McCormick Gym. A iriS HoWl 12 Cups PLUS Sea Haag ( ft Ha . J 3 Hut fellings I ""1 M J J FTk1 i fT-JL"1 For Dats'lt on How To Bacaive TV J Push Button AA 1 CAwrll 11 f- lAifcU JT, POTATO I I 5.00 Rabat From Norelco v' P55 tZ H 4 SAVE t V.'- I UJK w 91719 N:'"" 0 ESP- "ic pp..e tO Li I Y VUftil UitnugU KODAK X15FR tT$$&:iX'i RUFFLES fi(!S) tZ CAMERA OUTFIT 'JSJl RUrrL" " V(Azir7 GENERAL ELECTRIC X7ZZ-" I w,,hFllm -4 Ann fE$T& Twin Pack VS. PRESTO VW Vyl 'LIGHT 'H EAST' . Jl J "SJ1 1 QQ VJ f Jfe HOT DOGGER T 'fSk SAVE I H00 V A fC U 23 Delicious Hot Dogs . . V XfWt&t 3.11 1U ZIViV .son CAR MODELS 325232 t 4 5fT' COMFORT SEMSORS' XVr5?W t Jfek DAD S 1SR. 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A $55 bicycle owned by Haroun Rashid, 300 Shelbourne Drive, Apt. 74, Normal, was taken from a rack by the apartment Monday or Tuesday, police said. And a $120 bike owned by Clement D. Dews, 261 Wright Hall, was taken from a rack west of Manchester Hall Saturday night, according to police. Reports indicated both bikes had been locked. 1548 E. COLLEGE, NORMAL PHONE 452-9408 OPEN: DAILY 9:00-9:00 SUNDAY 10:00-7:00 J I BankAmericaro iI

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