Independent from Long Beach, California on November 20, 1968 · Page 3
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Suit Skips Pasadena Narcotics STUDY DOPE Seek Death Suspects r Face Court INDEPENDENT'(AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM . LMf UK*. C»W., «M4, fen. PATROL '·..'·:· United Press International ' ',' The U.S.. Justice Department Tuesday filed its first school desegregation suit on the West Coast, charging racial dis- · crimination by Pasadena school officials. Ally. Gen. Ramsey Clark.said the department filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles to intervene in a pending suit by three parents against the Pasadena City Board of Education, its members and School. Supt. Ralph W. · Hornbeck. The petition said the Pasadena school officials had adjusted student assignment zones on a racial basis and adopted policies designed to maintaine Negro enrollment in predominantly white' schools at a level no higher than the percentage of Negro students in the entire system. The complaint, said the officials have failed and refused to take similar steps at schools wilh larger Negro enrollment.- It said . the school officials have refused to assign white students to.' schools they should ^otherwise: attend ,'because 'the schools have a larger percentage of Negroes than the entire syste'm. . The Department also asserted that the .defendants assigned most Negro teachers-to schools with predominantly Negro enrollments. Clark said the defendants had violated the school desegra- lion provisions of the 1964 Civil Rights ;Act, as well as regulations.issued by the Department of Health, Education · and Welfare. , - . r m-.tr »'. t .* ·· a Younger Asks Gauer to Otiit · - - . . - ' O · : . · · " - - . "· *v · ' in Pornography Controversy By BILL MAYER From Our L.A. Bureau Dist. Ally. Evelle J. Younger, obviously disturbed about charges his office has been lax in prosecuting pornography cas : es, Tuesday urged county supervisors to "accept the resignation" of County Commissioner Raymond Gauer. * Gauer, chairman of the County Commission on Obsecenity and Pornography, last week accused Younger of being "soft" on pornography. "I .do not usually undertake to answer criticsm, w h i c h s t e m s from a source which is patently uninformed, as is the situation in this case," Younger said in a written statement. "However, I am undertaking by this report to your board to answer the statements made by Mr. : -Gauer because .the board, by its!appointment of Mr. Gauer . ... has given him some official status." · _ ,. Younger did not appear in person before the supervisors. His reply to the charges was contained in a nine-page, single-spaced typewritten s t a t e m e n t , which the board received and filed. Gauer appeared before the supervisors a week ago to make his charges against Younger. The district attorney's response indicated prejudice against him may have motivated the attack. Younger noted, Gauer is national executive . secretary for Citizens for Decent Literature. The organization's legal adviser is James Clancy, a former employe of the district attorney's office. "His (Clancy's) services with this office," Younger wrote, "were terminated by me shortly after I assumed office in December 1964." He said Gauer's attack started about a year later. Younger's report states, "in spite of Mr. Gauer's demonstrated prejudice and antagonism, the district attorney's office has tried to work/with him." The attacks were made in press conferences, letters to the press and in statements before public bodies. Younger said the attacks were unwarranted. He noted ho has served on the attorney general's committee to study pornography problems wilh an eye to .new legislation in the field. Two bills were written by the committee, and 'subsequently became law. They were designed to keep obscene matter out of the hands of children!. Gauer opposed this legislation on the ground the law was already adequate. "It would appear lo me," Younger wrote, "that with his opposition Lo our legislative proposals, Mr. Gauer would apparently rather talk about the problem . . . than do anything about it." More Coroner Aides LOS ANGELES (AP) -County supervisors hired six more coroner's investigators Tuesday to provide more on-site checking of deaths in outlying areas. Six persons are slated for arraignment today on narcotics charges' stemming from raids in Pico Rivera and Long Beach which resulted in confiscation of $110,000 in bricked marijuana and the smashing of. an $88,000-a-week traffic in the illicit weed. Lakewood deputies arid Downey police, said they seized 124 kilos o{ marijuana late Monday in a raid on the Pico Rivera home'of David andLydia Bomn, 9336 Bortolo Ave. Officers said the marijuana was valued at 5110,000 and fed the $88,000-a-week operation. BORNN, 21, and his wife, 20, were booked on felony charges of possession of marijuana for sale. In another Monday night raid, Long Beach police arrested three young men and a Norwalk g i r l i n a Wilton Place apartment and confiscated $2,000 in benzedrine pills and marijuana. Felony; charges of possession for sale of drugs and possession for sale of marijuana were filed against Richard Anthony . Gustave, 22, and Ronald Clifford Brewer, 21, both of 3317 Wilton Place, Apt. 19; Ronald Cauwels, 20, of 893 Lees Ave. Patricia Grace Isaac, 18, of 13033% Rosecrans Ave., Norwalk was booked on possession of marijuana. Police said Cauwels was carrying $950 in cash when arrested. FOR SCHOOLS A study was ordered Tuesday into the possibility of hiring off-duty police officers and sheriff's deputies to patrol vicinities of junior, and senior high schools hit by heavy drug traffic. The board of supervisors directed County Chief .administrative officer Lindon S. Hollinger to report within two weeks on a "bonus" plan proposed by supervisors Kenneth Halm. Hahn suggested the off- duty officers be paid to work during -lunch hours and after school in areas, frequented by students. . 'Unfair' Charge on ller-Ex Rejected LOS ANGELES (AP) -Complaints of unfair labor practices against the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner have been rejected by the. National Labor Relations Board, it was reported today, Six unions had appealed a local NLRB refusal to issue complaints against the newspaper, where unions have been on strike for 11 months. The paper is publishing with non)' union personnel. Man Hunted in Gardena Blast Death The sheriff's 'arson squad Tuesday, sought for ·questioning a man suspected of causing the explosion of an experimental . engine in Gardena which killed an engineer and injured three other persons. The man sought was. a bystander at the Monday blast which rocked Enviro- .netics ' Inc., 15821 S. Broadway, and killed Jack Edward Hartman, - 40, of 21010 Anza Ave./Torrance. Witnesses said the man shouted "this demonstration is a fraud" and pulled an electrical wire loose from a piece of equipment used in a test running of a modified Volvo powered by a solid propellant fuel cell. The cell's inventor, Joseph Papp, 35, said the action probably caused a pressure buildup in an engine cylinder and triggered the explosion. Joseph J. Quagletll, of Palos Verdes, who was critically injured in the explosion, was reported in improved condition Tuesday in Memorial Hospital in Gardena. c An autopsy Is pending in Hartman's death. in Double KifflngPlot Unied Press International The prosecution Indicated at the "double indemnity" trial of a widow; and a former insurance investigator Tuesday that the :-. state would seek Hie death penalty if it can . prove they conspired lo murder their mates for insurance money. Deputy Dist. Ally. Vincent T. Bugliosi brought up · the question of scruples against capital punishment as lie questioned prospective jurors for the trial of Mrs. Krislina Cromwell, 27, and Paul S. Perveler, 31. ' , THE PLATINUM blonde Mrs. Cromwell and the ' tall, dark Perveler are ac-, cused of murdering Mrs. Cromwell's husband, Marlin, and making his gunshot-wound death appear as if he died in a fire in. 1 , their house. Mrs. Cromwell collected $35,000 life insurance. Preveler, a former policeman and . coworker with Mrs. Cromwell as an- insurance adjuster, is charged separately with the murder at his second wife, Cheryl, and Hie attempted murder of his first wife, Lela. The defendants have, pleaded not guilty. ... .The -California Supreme Court -this week upheld the constitutionality of the death penalty in the state. ' ' SELECTION of a' jury proceeded slowly in the Los Angeles courtroom just a floor below the one where Sirhan B. Sirhari ' will. be tried for the niur-' der of Sen. Robert K. Kennedy. A final choice of a jury was not expected before late today or Thursday. Attorneys Mel Albaum and Davis Kogus who respectively are defending - Perveler and Mrs. Cromwell said their clients were innocent and predicted they would be exonerated by the jury. Bugliosi also indicated he would call nearly 100 witnesses for the prqsecu tiou in a trial expected to last six weeks or more. LIFT SUSPENSION 21 VALLEY;. ;SflIDENT||^ The acting president of San Fernando .Valley SUur College lifted the suspensions of 21 students Tuesday who seized the .college administration building Nov. 4,'j-;' But Dr. Paul Blomgreri said .charges, filed ·igaHnft the'students before' a,student-faculty judicial boardAvHl stand. The board'will hear-the. cases as soon ai posit-; ble, lie said. .'..-. ., "... · ; ; - ., ; . ·/":! , . "I am'taking this action in order to avoid the.pos- sibility..!^^, punishing the innocent with the guilty while my administrative tusk force finishes the job of deyek op Ing effective procedures for handling campus discipli-' nary cases of this kind," Blomgren said. .."Meanwhile we .are continuing to work wilh the civil authorities concerning those cases where students have .been.charged, with a criminal offense. It is my understanding these will be prosecuted without delay."' ' SALE! 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Honey-ball by Ideal, reg. ,4.'95 now 2,91. Kewpie dolls, reg. 5.00 to 8.00, now 2,W.'Barri,baiii doll by Ideal, reg. .4.95, now 1.99. Musical baby doll by Horsman, 5,99. Twiggy Tote bag, reg. · 3,75, now 1.99. Am'sco metal 21-pc. nursery.set, reg. 7.99 ; now4.99. Doll coacli by Welsh, reg. 10.95, now 7.99.9" Newborn Thumbelina. cocks lier owri cradle-, "-: S.99. Doll alone, 5,99. Toys, Downtown Long Beacli, Santa Ana, Pomona, La Habra Buffums LONG.BEACH Pin* it Broadway .SANTA ANA Main at Tenth POMONA Top of the Mall PALOSVERDES Hawthorne at Silver Spin Rd. LAKEWOOO Del Ano at Graywpod MARINA Pacific Coast Hvvy at 2nd NEWPORT CENTER #1 Fashion Island LA HABRA . . #20 FlIiilMi Squai*

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