Independent from Long Beach, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 8
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Heyns said another negotiating session was scheduled for Thursday with representatives of the Third World Liberation Front, which has led the sometimes - violent five- week-old strike. Neither Heyns or the TWLF gave any indication of progress toward resolving the student demands, which include establishment of a Third World College for minority students. * * * * HEYNS, along with Vice Chancellor Robert L. Johnson, met with the student representatives for 75 minutes. The chancellor said the session was concerned only with strike demands and no mention was made of a TWLF plan for an all-day student convocation. The TWLF has been denied permission to use campus facilities for the convocation, which would be a discussion of the issues .surrounding the strike. Earlier, a TWLF spokesman s a i d , "It is obvious . . . that academic red tape and the holding of classes in Harmon Gym is more important than removing the tense situation on campus." Despite the convocation denial, the campus remained relatively calm Tuesday. About 300 strike sympathizers attended an illegal rally in Sproul Hall Plaza, the scene last week of violent confrontations between police and strikers. The half-hour rally was held without the benefit of sound equipment. SEVEN law students have been cited for disciplinary action for the unauthorized use of sound apparatus at a similar rally last Wednesday. Asst. Dean of Students Willis A. Shotwell said Tuesday's rally had been denied sound equipment "because of its potential threat to public safety." He said the decision not to allow strikers microphones was reached by the administration after consultation with campus police. Following the uneventful rally, strikers resumed picket lines at Sather Gate and the Telegraph Avenue-Bancroft Way entrance to the 28,000-student campus. 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Schmitz Tuesday introduced legislation banning the teaching of sex education when graphic illustrations of the human anatomy are used unless parents request such a course in writing. Schmitz, R-Tustin, said specifically the measure would prohibit school boards from requiring courses where materials showing "the human reproductive organs their functions and processes" are used. * * * v SCHMITZ said some of the materials now used in classrooms is "close to pornography" and "runs directly counter to the standards of sexual morality accepted in our communities." "It may well be that some current sex education course material so obviously promotes immorality that its use should be prohibited outright," he added. The lawmaker also sub- m i t t e d a companion resolution calling for a legislative investigation of existing sex education courses and urging schools to refrain from instituting any new ones. 'Get-Tough 9 Campus Measure in Hopper SACRAMFNTO (L'Pl) -A bill requiring judges to put campus troublemakers behind bars for 90 days if they are found guilty of repeatedly disturbing educational processes was approved Tuesday by the Senate Judiciary Committee. But the committee held up for further study a proposal backed by the state college system aimed at penalizing persons who intimidate faculty and administrators without necessarily using physical force or verbal threats. The committee objected to the language in the bill sponsored by Sen. John L. Harmer, R-San Diego, and based on an 1874 law dealing with extortion. The "get-tough" measure by Sen. James E. Whetmore, R-La Habra, was sent to the Senate floor with only Sen. Anthony C. Beilenson, D-Beverly Hills, dissenting. Under Whelmore's bill any person convicted of interfering with the peaceful conduct of education would be guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of $500 or up to six months in prison or both. Repeated offenses would bring mandators 90-day jail sentences. The University of California backed Whetmore's bill as a "temporary stopgap measure" that would aid in reducing campus disorders. "We do not think that increased penalties alone will bring about stability." said Jay Michael, lobbyist for the University. "But we feel there are certain instances for keeping mili- this 90-day provision would do that." The measure also was backed by the state college system. John T. Kehoe. lobbyist for the colleges, said it might serve as "a useful deterrent." H o w e v e r , Robert Thompson, a Sacramento State College professor and member of the statewide Academic Senate, said. "This type of legislation is absolutely unnecessary. The trustees are quite capable of regulating events on campus. "This type of thing is INDEPENDENT (AW) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM)--A-f Una »««h. Calif., Wed., Ftb. It, mi foreign to university faculties," he said. 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