RIOTS IN CALIFORNIA Demonstrations in California are presided over by police officers. The gathering turns into a riot and officers make arrests after attacking some of the protesters. A man bleeds from his forehead while cops handcuff him.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY Children in New York's Harlem receive gifts and free movie show as part of a Christmas in July party sponsored by Police Square Club to foster better relations between the public and police. Commissioner Howard Leary and ClubrnPresident William Moriarity attended.
NEW YORK STATE LOTTERY New York State legalizes gambling by lottery, putting the first tickets on sale. It's a monthly million-dollar gamble to benefit education. Even losers are eligible for an annual quarter-million-dollar "booby prize"
ANTI-SHAH RIOTS Two thousand anti-Shah demonstrators clash with police outside the Berlin Opera House. The students denounce the Shah of Iran as a "murderer." One killed, 44 injured during the violence.
CLAY MEETS WITH ATHLETES Former champ Cassius Clay meets with nine top Negro athletes but remains firm on his anti-Army stand. Jimmy Brown says Clay's attitude is sincere, based wholly on his Black Muslim religion.
LAGOS CRISIS Some ten thousand Nigerian men and women volunteer for the Army after the eastern state, Biafra, declares its independence. The government declared unofficial war, saying Biafra would be "crushed."
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