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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California • Page 17

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School Still Closed Candidate Says 4Firc Fremont eeks Easing S. F. Slate Teacher Dy CTIAHLLS IIOl'WEIt djvs of clashes between The faculty and staff of ra- 'blacks an Alameda County Court jary last Sunday night of the manslaughter slaur.g of an Oakland policeman. and whites tsr.d acamst white stu ciallv-tcnse Fremont Hi-h threats Nit Verreos. Republican candidate for the Asembly dents and faculty members.

School todav blamed the He said he made thi3 project a primary campaign iss'je after reading in The Sunday Examiner and ti 2.1rd District, today ti.e Pnglish Depart-' Hti SHOT 11' The right following the erdict two policemen were ment of San Francisco State Oakland school's closing on No one was seriaus'y hurt, the Huey Newton manslaugh- but several students aid one ter conviction and last teacher reported being week's attack on Black Pan-' "roughed up." ther headquarters. PARENT PATROL jaccused of shooting out in- i College to fire its new teach- i I I I 'j tFFli i If' 1 tt A Meeting at school board of- A number of teachers sug ing assistant. George Mason Murray. If this suggestion is rejected, Verreos said, "i ask parents and students alike to dows of Panther headquarters in Oakland. They were dismissed from the force and face felony charges.

A spokesman for the Oak fices with Supt. Stuart Phil- gested tensions might be Chronicle that Murray, according to the official Cuban Communist press, applaud the idea of assassinating former Presidents Eisenhower and Truman. Vice President Humphrey, Richard Nixon, our entire Congress and oiir judges, major and minor." eased and order restored if parents are used to patrol the school instead of land Education make sure that Ceorce Ma- lips, about 250 school employes declared they did not want classes resumed until security cduld be guaranteed inside the building. a citvwide faculty group sen Murray teaches an emtv tv classroom' said he feels a system util- 1750-Student School IS nnrontc fnr mninlaininci The discipline and order at Fremont is desirable. 1 I -I I I Ifllllilll I I A Phillips said the school 30 percent Negro and repre-would likely remain closed I sents families from middle until Wednesday or Thurs-Und working class income day.

levels, school officials said. He said parents are being Principal Jack Capri said mm asked to come to the school; the most serious damage Edward Case, executive director of the teacher group, said, however, one of the major complaints from faculty members has been a lack of interest in the school in the past. He said teachers com- 1 i i i X. tomorrow to talk with during last week's incidents was $250 damage to a lobby The school closed its doors trophy case. to students early Friday afternoon after three and a half At the meeting, chaired by plained parents often refuse history teacher Thomas to come to school when Coons, teachers and school called for a conference by teachers, saying they don't have time.

staff personnel described the situation as "tense and edgy" and the black students Case also criticized Gov. Two Killed in Car Rollover On Peninsula A second young San Jose youth has died after a. one- as uncommunicative and sul- Reagan for not including fi-len the Huey Newton nancial aid to urban schools verdict. Jon his special legislative ses- Newton was convicted by Ision agenda. KITCHEN AREA AND DINING TABLE OF ONE APARTMENT Rentals range from $67 to $145 month in non-profit complex Examiner photos by Howard Robbini Oakland's Redevelopment Project Ready for Public SAVE 20 20 OFF ON NtTIONlUT lOVERnUO A VPUUtCES.


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PLANNING SERVICE. FOR FREE ESTIMATE.N0 OBLIGATION OF COURSE TAKE UP TO TEN TEARS TO PAY AT LOW BANK TERMS council secretary. Manager of the apartment housing area will be Mrs. Ruth Johnson, an employee for the past seven years of UOLQEN STATE BUILDERS thrown from the vehicle. Chabiel died several hours later in San Mateo County Hospital.

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CALIF. SAN FRANCISCO-HILLSDALE qualify for the studio with combined living and bedroom, an income up to $6050 is allowed. Wood frame buildings up to three stories high, finished in the new units, which will start renting on Oct. 1, are very presentable as community housing projects go. Observers noted the lack of gutter, which would cause streaks down the stucco finish exterior as soon as rains come this fall.

TOO MUCH FOR SOME While the some 4300 residents displaced by the redevelopment project have first bid on the new housing, observers believed that many would find the rents too high for their incomes. However, 10 percent of the new housing will be set aside for them, even if they are somewhat short of paying the Fremont Family Dies In Air Crash EUGENE (Ore.) (AP) Four members of a Fremont family were found dead today in the wreckage of alight plane on Green Peter 000 v. First units of Oakland's eight million dollar modern apartment complex in the Acorn redevelopment project are open for inspection. It is sponsored, owned and managed by the Alameda county building trades council, taking in 10 blocks between 8th and 10th, Union and Filbert streets. Dubbed medieval-modern by observers, it features skylights, dormer-type patios on the upper two floors and enclosed patios on the ground-floor.

MUST QUALIFY Acorn is a non-profit, privately operated community offering city living at rentals ranging from $67 a month for studio apartments to $145 for 4-bedroom units. To qualify for the latter a family of seven or eight may earn up to $11,250 a year. To 2 Abortions In Measles Cases Cited Therapeutic abortions were performed on two San Francisco women in 1965 after they nt ac German measles, a state Board of Medical Examiners official was told here today. Dr. ry Smith acknowledged performed were approved by the therapeutic abortion committee at St.

Francis Memorial Hospital. Examiner Stewart Cole-. man is hearing the case of Dr. Smith, one of nine doc- tors charged with violating state laws against abortion. Though German measles not qualify as legal grounds for therapeutic abortion, this has been the common practice because of the heavy odds that the child will be born defective.

Dr. Smith's two patients were Mrs. Kathryn Flanagan and Mrs. Patricia Hender- son, both of San Francisco. The hospital board certified that the operations were nec- essary to preserve the moth-' ers' lives.

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