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UPHELD 'p i T. 'J i I -4, Combined Newi Secvloee Charles Gardner, 20, of. I want to live, said Oakland, who has been bn "but its no use death royr since January, believing in a fantasy. for killing clothing store Rather, than stay five toi owner during a robbery. eight years on the row, Fd He called the upholding rather be "dead by gas.

of the death penalty Mon- Waiting for it to come is, day by the California Su- worse than getting It said. "They i wanted1 their see how it affects their opposing the death penalty. The courts chief cleric said the, decision does condemned prisoners win immediately lift the mass have to be granted new convicted of. two' Orange stay for 2l on penalty trials, County slayings. A separate row in the same status as This is not the end of Advancement of Colored' People said the decisions mean nearly ail the states death sentences wiped clean and they wanted to court, in lts 4-3 de- i.

i On i gray, rainy day, 83 condemned men on (San 7 Quentins death row heard 'the bad. news and many Just shrugged their "Half of us dont know -what its all about We havent seen the decision yet We Just got bits and pieces from the warden, radio and. television, said. get out of here. An alternative of having to serve 20 to 30 years or life doesnt appeal to Most of them did not.

cision, also decreed that California 'Juries constitutionally can decide whether the murder punishment death or life im- 6-1 decision ordered new1 Saterfield and Anderson. 'the 'road by any means," preme Court "bad and dis- As soci at ek Warden; 'i really: expect the court to prisonment rlhe' decision "trial He' aaid the decision does said Steve Raston, West" appointing in a way. He. James W. L.

Park said die- outlaw the death, came in an appeal chal- The court decreed they not become final for 30 Coast director for the the wait for a possi-. inmates Most of them are sophisti-'. lenge which had stayed all must be tried under the days during which a rehear. NAACP legal defense bly favorable court deci- arent" too excited about cated enough in these executions since Nov. 14, recent U.S.

Supreme Court ing can be asked. which started the sion was more, agonizing the matters to want to read decision barring the exclu- An attorney for the Na- than quick execution. "They're realists, he the decision themselves to The court ruled in the sion from juries of anyone tional Association for the (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) 3 WEATHER PLAN TV CIRCUIT AT SIRHAN TRIAL Story on Page A4 73. Widespread heavy fog and low clouds with partial clearing in afternoon.

High about 72. Complete weather oh Page 07. HOME EDITION 10c LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, f968 PAGES Phone HE 5-1 161 Ctassified Denec 31, NO. 230 Force If By RALPH HDVMAN Jr. Education Editor The immediate reopening of violence-torn San Francisco State College was ordered Monday by the California State College Board of Trustees with Chancellor Glenn Dumke promising to use force if, necessary to up the trustees.

order. ACTION LINE is your service, solving your problems, getting your answers, cutting red tape and standing up for your rights. To get action, write ACTION LINE, Box 230, Long Beach, CaUf. 90801, or dial 432-3451 between 9 a.m. and I pal, or 5 p.m.

and 9 p.m., Monday through Friday. Questions to be answered are selected for their general interest and helpfulness. The board, meeting in Los Angeles, gave its edict -after a day-long, investigation into disturbances which caused college President Robert B. Smith to shut down the campus last 'Thursday. The boards decision was by nearly unanimous voice vote.

Picture -V Smith, -who closed the to life and state property, fold the trustees, some Students attended classes more will be -there Tuesday and, hopefully, on Wednesday the school will be in full operation. 'lp THE COLLEGE president declined to say whether "more than usual security, measures will be in effect. The trustees left the amount of police protection up to him. I am the student council at Patrick-Henry Elementary School. For a school.

project we are trying to find painting of Patrick Henry. -to hang in the halL One of our teachers photographed a painting she saw in wniiamrinirg, but the enlargement of it didnt turn tmt welL We cant find any other painting.7 Can ACTION LINE possibly help us? J. Long Beach. A. A good portrait of Patrick Henry is hard to find.

However, a 16-by-20-lnch color print of the Thomas Sadly painting your teacher saw can be ordered for $24 from Cbfawial Williamsburg, WUBamsburg; Va. 23185. Hugh DeSamper, WilliamriHirg press bureau director, says the same size black and white print of the famous orators portrait, which bangs in the Williamsburg Capitol building, would cost $6. Or he will send you an 8-. by-10-inch color print free of charge.

I jp Needed college to "prevent damage reopening was intmduccd by a Los Angeles architect It KEY OFFICIALS GRIM-FACED AT TRUSTEES HEARING ON JF. STATE COLLEGE JL to Rr Gov. Ronald Reagan, College President Robert Smith, Chancellor Glenn Dumke Dumke, in a later news conference, expressed satis-- faction with- the timetable proposed by Smith; He said the reopening process will begin immediately and classes would resume "no later than Wednesday." Force will used Dumke told' but it will be avoided if possible. SHIP cdujsion Bleach Job -Gov, -Ronald Reagan, ex-officio president of the board who told the board the campus never should have been shut down, told1-reporters, Fm completely satis--fied with: the trustees decision. Theodore.

Meriam, chairman of the1 trustees, said -there would be "adequate security forces to' preserve order on campus. W-. No: HE 2-5959 4Q 432-3451 of Pat Fade lovely lamps from the old and. would love to main VOL High Court WiD Vote on Powell WASHINGTON UP) The Supreme Court took on Adam Clayton PowelFs case against House Monday, risking a collision between branches of government Hie surprise action means attorneys, for. New York Democrat- will have a chance tp argue in -the court that Powells his.

House seat March 1, 1967, was, arbitrary and unconstitu-tionaL" This does not. meain necessarily that the justices will decide, if the House has the right to bar the seating of "elected mem-; bers For instance, the," court could conclude Pow-. -ell is entitled to a hearing and yet decide it does not have the constitutional to force Congress to seat him. MOMEN ARILY at least, Powell has scored an interim victory in his battle with the "House. He in a dentists chair in New York City when he received word of the action HenryR.

Williams, one of Powells attorneys, said I guess that was reme compensation for going tQ the den- -tisLHe was news. Powell, a Negro, lost Ms seat after a select commit-' tee of the House found Jiim guilty of "gross mi-conduct" as. a congress- (Continued Page A-4, CoL 3) Menjwho are afraid f-being spoiled by success Should get a job with the weather iureau. MANILA, Tuesday (UPI) The 5J)00-ton British freighter Kastem Moon rammed and sank a passenger; laden Phpplnes mohn1 vessel during a typhoon Monday. Rescue officials feared at least 90 persons died In Cebu' Harbor collision.

They said early today six bodies had been recovered from the centrid Philippines harbor and 44. survivors accounted for. Q. In' March a Purex Corp. newspaper advertise-' ment Stated that by sending 19 cents to the company in ML you would receive a coupon for one giiunw of Purex bleadi.

Three friends and I took advan-: tage of this offer, but never have received our coupons. Can ACTION LINE find out wbat happened to-our re-quests? L. V. Long Beach. A.

Coupons an being sent to you and your "Iforing the customers send 19cents In coin or chedc crested a' lot of unexpected problems with tills offer, explained Jane Oldham; consumer relations official for the Purex Corp. in Lakewood. "No one wants to write a chedc for 19 cents, and its never too send currency through the maiL Many of the coupon requests never were received. JARD. reiterated, its policy that violence ana the threat of violence cannot be tolerated.

Its resolution on reopening of the school bans Smith or any other official from, in Reagans words, "negotiating away your authority. 8 This Philippine News Service said the British freighter was maneuvering through storm-whipped seas, to enter Cebu Harbor when it struck the Iruna amid- ships. The smaller vessel split in two and sank within, three minutes. The. resolution specifically states there will be no negotiations, arbitration or concession of' student grie- yances.

or complaints except through ordinary channels." Further, the resolution, says, continuing talks with cunpus militants Will not be made under duress- and -(then) only after order has been restored and the educational process resumed. Suede Rescue operations were begun and ships in tim area were using searchlights to took for survivors. Offictals reported no damage "to the Eastern The resolution on -the. Trustee Charles Luckman, Q. Where can I have a suede.coatremade intq.a skirt? M.

Long Beach. Q. How, can I have a suede Jumper treated win not fade or died onto a.crepe blouse? How do you" Iron suede? Mrs; T. Long Beach. stated classes must retome before any negotiations were undertaken with student dissidents Opposing the Luckman resolution, Trustee William Norris of Los Angeles tolled it vague, ambiguous and uncertain.

Meriam disagreed, saying, "I dont think its vague. The board wants its college opened just as quickly as it can be opento: B-52 Flips, Bonib Lbad NAHA, Okinawa Tuesday (UPI) A U1S. B-52 bomber loaded With. 750-pound bombs crashed on takeoff at Kadena U.S. Air Force base today.

Its seven. crewmen ran for their lives as the bombs expkxi ed, destroying the huge. Jet Two of the crewmen wer injured seriously. "The jet bomber was en route cm an operational mission with" "conventional weapons when the crash occurred. giant bomber failed to gain altitude as it left the base runway just before dawn, pancaked at the, epd of the runway and came to a skidding stop.

Crewmen bolted out of the hatches and' were sprinting away-when tbe first explosion knocked them sprawling. A SERIES of secondary explosions which he de-. scribed as "enormous" then tore through the plane, hurling wreckage across a base perimeter highway and touching off small brush Win-dowsshattered. in "'base buildings and houses a i far as two miles away. Residents of Naha, 20 miles away, reported hearing the explosions.

An Air Force spokes- mah said theB-52 Strato-fort was one of several taking off on the operational mission 'but here--. fused to jay. whether they were headed for homb-ing 'raid over7 South Viet- nam. -The incident was likely to increase the friction thatT has been, building in U.Japanese relations be- -cause of toe presence of U.S., -miUtary. bases on "Okinariu Hardly mentionedduring the day was the name of Geoige.

Mason the "Black Panther leader and "sometime English instructor, -whose "firing on Dumkes order reputedly triggered the disturbances. The on campus included about 50 fires set by arsonists At a press, conference. Dr. Smith declined to dis- cuss disciplinary action brought in the Black Panther A. Yon may be able to have you coat restyled into a skirt at Mare Hart, Leather Appud, 9511 Santa Monl (TO Blvd, Beverly MBs.

A company representative said it would dend on the style and condition of the coat Most dressmakers do. not have the special sewing ma- -fMnw necessary for wtnldng on snide. ACTION LINE called several appard manufacturers and dealers and learned tint tbe textile term used to describe what Is happening to your Jumper Is crocking. Crocking ir-when surface dye and particles are rubbing off the materiaL To reduce tiie prdtlem, the manufactures and dealers suggested -you spray, the Jumper with Suede Guard or Scotchgard or get It specially cleaned. Certified Accessory Cleaners, 642 N.

Roberfson BML, Los Angdes, has a decroddng process for suede. Long agent for Certified Is Persoima Cleaners; 2545 Atlantic Ave. The estimated cleaning cost would be 10 to $12. To dean suede yourself, use a fine who brush remove the dirt nd raise the nap. Light soil on suede garments can often be removed by rubbing with a soft rubber eraser.

To iron suede, use a sOk scarf or "cotton material a press Keep tiw setting on tbe Iron at' -ii if I (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1), Abortionist A scholarly, soft-spoken computer, programmer for a huge savings -and loan firm- told a Los Angeles judge Monday he paid $7,500 tp two men who threatened to expose his secret sideline. as an abor-. Myrtle M. 34, Louis-B.

Feders court that toe two men be paid orf "demanded $50,000 more, threatened his life end lured him 'to a Torrance motel Troam where he was beaten by armed thugs. It was after tbe beating that he contacted police, and Ranee Emerson Hodges, 31, and Richard J. Chiarenza, 23, were arrest GABER, WHO told the he -testified that Hodges, i barber-school has recruited clients for him and tried -to shake him down for -XNSITXBI' Secret Fuel I Dies, Hurt A -Torrance and eight others Were injured wbun experimental. low-Smog fuel being tested near Gardena "'exploded Monday. Jack' Hartman, 40, of 21010 Anza died ap-parently of a heart attack shortly after the 2:30 pm.

exptosiai of toe fuel in a testing engine at the West Coast Refrigeraiion and Fixture Ca, 15821. S. Broadway. County firemen were dispatched to the firm with radiation detection equipment when first reports of the explosion Indicated the fuel contained radioactive elements. Fire CapL Charles Cor; nel said no traces of radioactivity were found.

However, spokesmen Jfor firm refused to dis- the dose ciose to officials, (-the chemicaicqmposition of the fueL. -Joseph Papp 35, inventor of the' fuel, said the mixture, was bdng tested in jnnail foreign auto ABOLISHING Of Medi-Cal urged by state Sen. John G. Schmitz. A-3 Seats of Government ROBERT FINCH will not run for re-election as lieutenant governor in 1970 but "wont Gov.

Reagan or Sen. Murphy fof their either. Page A-5. 1 opnpse pdsts ts In order to finish a citizenship badge project, our Cub Scout troop -needs pictures of the Capitol buildings in Sacreiflehtb and" Washington, D.G Could ACTION LINE hep us get 10 of each 6f these pictures? Illustrated pamphlets" on- the two capitols are TRAVELERSAID cheerful outpost on toe, 1 lonesome road. Page B-1.

Hr 7TT-- jr- bdng sent to you from tbe Washington, D.C, Board of Trade, and Tuny Beard, chief sCrgeant-at-arms for toe California Assembly In Sacramaito. BOUNTY LAUNCHES massive neighborhood integration prusade. C. V.jA, y- v. Shady Business Obituaries dassified 013 Shipping Ol3 Q.

I have, collected some mining towns in. California. Comics .08 Tdevision' B-5 Editorial B-2 Sports 01-4 Features B-3 Vital Statistics 013 Financlal O10, ll (Continued Page A-4, CoL 1) (Continued Page A-4, Col 4) ft v- "-Tiiyvr-; It A y. i (v -J iMbitos.

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