The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on June 24, 1969 · Page 16
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 16

San Bernardino, California
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Tuesday, June 24, 1969
Page 16
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AO 6 THE SUN Tuesday, Jun 24, 196? SDS Meeting Ends; Power Fight Looms At the PLP news conference Miss Forman said that a "very clear majority" of the SDS membership had stayed at the Coliseum following the RYM walkout. "There is only one SDS," she said, and issued an appeal for the other faction to return to the fold. The split, she said, was only "a service to imperialism." No program was announced at the PLP news conference. The future of the SDS, which was in the forefront of this spring's unprecedented campus revolt, was uncertain. As long as the RYM retained control of the national office apparatus, including mailing lists, it seemed it would retain the upper hand. Michael Klonsky, outgoing national secretary and an RYM member, said his group was considering "all necessary steps" to keep control of SDS property. Sears jl San Beriiar(liiioli 4 Q Pre Lth of July Mark Rudd, 22, New York City, who played a key part in the Columbia University uprising a year ago this spring, was elected national secretary by the RYM 'faction. Thomas Ayers, Michigan SDS organizer, was elected national secretary for educational affairs, and Jeff Jones, New York City, was elected national secretary for in-terorganizational affairs. The RYM faction officers arrived at their news conference flanked by a squad of bushy haired security guards. Ayers promised massive demonstrations in Chicago Sept. 26-28 "against the war" (in Vietnam), in support of the Black Panther organization, and in solidarity with all political prisoners." 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In separate news conferences, the two groups announced their newly elected officers, and the RYM revealed its program for summer and fall. The news conferences, unlike the convention sessions, were open to the "capitalist" press, and each group seemed anxious to spread its interpretation of the "coming revolution." The convention became irreversibly split late Sunday. The RYM walked out and set up a separate convention the First Congregational Church on the city's west side. The PLP remained in the Coliseum, where the convention began last Wednesday. Judge Weeps As He Finds Youth Guilty SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) -Superior Court Judge Charles Smith broke down and wept when he found 14 - year - old Shane White guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting last March of grocer Hervey Avery, 64. The youth also was found guilty of five counts of robbery and one of attempted robbery. 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