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Monday, November 18, 1968
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28 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 18, 1968 POST TV CLOCK .1 iv '-' vim Trustees To Seek Ways To Get College Reopened pus- Monday, not for classes but for a "meaningful exchange of ideas" with faculty members and the college era Tea ra. . - - -r; . t. VYt if24S - aH -sa. - -d -tua xa ita amiws mm -IS -ss rm m nty 0 r T.)- a- . -i a a eVa r in t i x - 4 1 IL.... - M ruh, who is expected to oppose Reagan for the governorship in 1970, also demanded reopening of the school and said failure to do so would be "a triumph for anarchy." Unruh urged Reagan to use his "unlimited access of law enforcement operations" to open the college if that was necessary. Board of trustees chairman Theodore Meriam reprimanded San Francisco State College President Smith for reportedly having said the session would be only to assess the siuation at San Francisco State. Meriam said no one including himself could say what action might be taken. Smith Saturday asked the students to return to the cam- Teachers Barred OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla. (UPI) - The Oklahoma Education Association has barred from membership 22 teachers who accepted jobs while OEA sanctions were in effect. Another 26 teachers are under investigation, the OEA said, mon post rop briefs 337t 1-9 'tsa isa raft , f jaa "2ss h f Seeking Meet time the first full session is called to order sometime on Monday. The Romanians were here to argue their case against the summit from inside the (APVimtwi) they can be fitted over a car's regular tags. The souvenir plates are valid for District of Columbia motorists until Feb. 28. INAUGURAL TAGS READY - The Presidential Inaugural Committee is putting the traditional inaugural license plates on sale today. They cost $10 a pair and, as Dale O'Brian demonstrates, WTHS Miami rtirl t WTV Miami Caaaad I WPTV-Wr rain ra ChaaaH I WCKT Miami Ckaaaal 1 WLBW Miami ChaaaH M IV EAT West ratan Bcara Chaaad It M ladtcalea Movie MONDAY S35 7 inspirational Meuag ' 50- Educational Hour, U. Of Fl. a-15 4 Sunrise Semester 35-IOOive Us This Day a 40 7 Sunshine Almanac 10 Public Service Film 4:45 4 News in Spanish 12 Paul Harvey News 4:55 5 Religious Sign On 7 Community Report 10 Spanish News . 7:00 4 Popeye Playhouse 5-7 Today Show and News 10 Love That Bob I Spanish) 1? Sunshine Almanac 7:lS-l2Three Stooges 7:25- 5-7 News Break 7 30-10 Rick Shaw 100 4 Captain Kangaroo 10 Casper Cartoons 12 Kimba The White Lion I 25- 5-7 News Break 30-10 Banio Billy 12 Mike Douglas Show 00 4MervGrifltnShow 7 Donald O'Connor Show 10 Dream House 30- 5 Real McCoys 10 Dark Shadows 10:00 5 Snap Judgment 10M-"Prince ol Foxes" )2JackLaLanne 10 25- 5 News 10 30- 4 Beverly Hillbillies 5-7 Concentration 12 Dick Cavett Show 11:0 4 Andy ol Mayberry 5-7 Personality 11:30- 4 Dick Van Dyke Daytime Show 5-7 Hollywood Squares 12 00 4 News 5-7 Bewitched 12: 30 4 Search For Tomorrow 5 Eye Guess 7 News 10 Treasure Isle 12 Divorce Court 12:55- 5 News 1:00- 4 Love of Lite ' SRipcord 7 Match Game 10 News !?nrpm House 1:25- 4-7 News 1:30 4 As the World Turns This man has some refreshing new ideas about Your insurance (So will you... after You've talked to him) GENE HOLCOMB 417 GARDENIA W.P.B. 833-2663 SENTRY.TI INSURANCE The Hardware Mutuals Organization 5 Let's Make a Deal 7 Girl Talk 10-12 Funny You Should Ask 1 55-10-12 Children's Doctor 2 00- 4 Love is a Many Spiendored Thing 5-7 Days of Our Lives 10-12 Newlywed Gam. 1:30 4TheGuiding Light 5 7 The Doctors 10-12 uating Gam. 3 00 4 The Secret Storm 5 General Hospital 3 30- 4Edgeof Night 5-7 You Don't say 10-12 On. Life to Live 4:00- 4TheLlnkle1terShow 5-10 Dialing for Dollars 7 Batman 12 Dark Shadows 4 25- 4 Steve Allen Show 4:30- 7 Mike Douglas Show 12 Merv Griffin Show 5 00- 2 Time tor School 5:30 2 Misteroger's Neighborhood 10 News; Weather; Sports 545 5 Otteline Financial 5:55- 4Wedther; News Sports 5 Dateline Fishing 4:00 2 Friendly Giant 5-7-12 News; Weather; Sports 10 Frank Reynolds 4 15- 2 Dick Davis - Stocks 4:30 2 Marketing Management 4 Walter Cronkite SHuntley-Brinkley 10 Truth or Consequences 12 Frank Reynolds 7:00- 2 NET Journal 4 Doris Day Show 5 Burke's Law 7Huntley-Brinkley 10 The Hoeymooners 12 Treasure Isle 7:30 4Gunsmoke 7 1 Dream of Jeannie 10-12 The Avengers 1:00 2BishopSheen 5-7 Rowan and Martin 1:30- 2CuttingEdge 4 Here's Lucy 10-12 Peylon Place :00 2 Movie Festival 5-7M"EICid" Parti 10-l2The Outcasts 9:30 4 Family Affair 10:00- 4 Carol Burnett Show 10-12 The Big Valley 11:00- 4-5-7-10-12 News; Weather; Sporfs 11:30- 4 Perry Mason 5-7 Tonight Show 10-12 Joey Bishop Show 12 30 - 4Mr Ed 1:00- 4 News in Spanish 10M "Address Unknown" 12 Paul Harvey 2:30-0 News in Spanish 2:40-10GiveUsThis Day NOTE: These Ihtlnjrs are supplied by the Television stations and The Post-Times Is ml responsible for last second changes. 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ROSEMARY ' OUANTIH 1-1 ,J"" I 4 POINTS MILITARY TRAIl a S II VD HHtl IISHVID VsrV I By WELLINGTON LONG BUDAPEST (UPI (-Western Communist party delegates assembling for a preparatory meeting here are demanding further discussion of the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact invasion and occupation of Czechoslovakia before they agree to a summit meeting of their leaders in Moscow, informed sources said Sunday. The Soviet Union still is pressing for a world Communist summit next spring and Soviet party Communist chief Leonid I. Brezhnev hinted in Warsaw last week that the Kremlin might be willing to submit its Czechoslovak policies for discussions then. But the Western non-ruling parties, all of whom suffered political setbacks from the wave of reaction against the Czechoslovak affair, want a thorough discussion before the planned summit. The Westerners fear their appearance at a summit before the ideological differences over the intervention in Czechoslovakia have been threshed out would force them to swallow Moscow's line in order to preserve a facade of unity toward their common "imperialist" foes. The French,. Italian, Austrian and Chilean Communist parties are understood to be making the most vigorous demands for more discussions, multilateral and bilateral, before the summit that Moscow has been trying to bring off for almost four years. WILSON'S CORNED BEEF LOS ANGELES (UPI)-The trustees of the California state college system meet in emergency session Monday to consider whether to order San Francisco State to reopen classes Tuesday as proposed in a strong statement by Gov. Ronald Reagan. The 18.000 students have been out of class since last Wednesday when college president Robert D. Smith ordered the shutdown following a series of violent incidents protesting the suspension of Black Panther leader George Mason Murray as an instructor. It was expected Reagan would appear personally at the meeting as an ex officio member of the board of trustees. In a statement issued in Sacramento Saturday, Reagan expressed confidence the trustees would act to reopen the school which he said had been closed when the college administration "chose to abandon its leadership, to take the easy way out, to capitulate to the threats of a relative handful of activists." Reagan also urged that "appropriate disciplinary action" be taken against faculty members, members of the Black Students Union and Students for a Democratic Society and about 20 off-campus agitators who he said were the "hard core" troublemakers who caused the shutdown. Assembly Speaker Jesse Un- 46 OZ. CAN FLAVORS DOZEN YOUR CHOICE! 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