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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 19, 1967, Oakland, California Is 5 mayor John h. Reading Fred Maggiora Felix f. Chialvo Frank Ogawa Reading wins big Oakland 2 Council runoffs Melvin j. Caughell Carl b Munck continued from Page 1 rolled up a better than 4-1 Vic tory Over Hector Reyna and two other councilmen Felix Chialvo and Frank Ogawa were returned to office with out opposition. For Reyna it was his sixth defeat at the polls. Rivalling the Munck Victory for interest in school Board races was the feat of Melvin j. Caughell who won re election at the primary by Topping the combined total of three opponents by More than votes. Lyman h. Penning College instructor Dorothy Hundt housewife and former teacher and Joan m. Sparks director of the Good Samaritan Home ran far behind Caugh Ell in that order. Incumbent Barney Hilburn won easily Over Linnea m. Johnson conservative Book store operator and mrs. Ann Root Corneille was re elected without opposition. Predictions of a Light vote were justified although the count finally reached approximately 41 per cent of the total registration not far below the average for City primaries. Mayor John h. Reading inc. Sam Cook 5.045 City Counch District 1 Felix f. Chialvo. Inc. District 3 top 2 must run off Howard e. Rilea inc. Or. Raymond l. Eng Edwin d. Baker sr.10.596 Ralph s. Williams or. Curtis Lee District 5 Fred Maggiora inc. .49.750 Hector Reyna District Short term Frank h. Ogawa inc. District 7 full term Frank h. Ogawa inc. At Large top 2 must run off Dan Marovich Harvey Binns Elijah Turner Board of education1 director no. 1 Ann Root Corneille inc. Director no. 2 Barney e. Hilburn inc. Linnea m. Johnson director no. 3 Carl b. Munck or. Arthur director no. 4 Mel Caughell Lyman h. Penning Dorothy Joan m. Sparks Richmond votes against busing Barney Hilburn Ann Corneille Alameda county Amador Union High two elected Mayoh. Miller Charles e. Beazley .720 h. T. Keffeler .625 Denis l. Sherry.424 Howard w. Ncely.272 William r. Boyd .242 Castro Valley unified three elected or. Burton Vaughan inc. A. H. Kingman jr., inc. Don Bissell or. Mary Castle inc. Leo Guidotti Patrick Cady John j. Trujillo.767 Emery unified two elected Raymond Strong inc. 188 William t. Prince inc 170 Carrol c. Thornton.143 Fremont unified four elected or. Walter Hughes inc. Donald g. Gland or inc. Ellsworth Finley inc. Mary g. Rodrigus inc. Nickolas Athos Fremont Newark or. College three elected John c Ostillo inc. Joseph Marilyn j. B. Blazic inc Jack a. Dick Mckean Pat Woolen .857 Hayward unified three elected Suzanne Clemens inc. Arnold f. Walter h. Thompson inc j. Paul George Allen Hutchison David g. Silviria James e. So radar. 623 Livermore unified two elected Barbara m. Adams inc. James a. Donald m. I lalman.533 Mountain House elementary one elected Charles m. Inc. Do la cd i Jimiy elementary Throe elected Steven a. Hellburg inc. 532 l. Henderson 527 Martha e. Ward .384 . Gille Gerlon .361 . Nugen .283 . Woodlee 243 Donald e. Bush .161 Roy e. Bales .101 Lee a. Jacobson .67 Newark unified three elected Lewie l. Roche.950 Howard Lister .946 Anne Graff .822 Levin w. Osman .528 Corky j. Kincaid.256 . Kuspert Iii .209 Lorin c. Kelly .179 Anne Marshall .132 new Haven unified District 1 two elected Jess Orozco Gail Pagan Francis w. Poplasky .845 Phil Sheridan .710 Warren l. Potts .165 Arthur l. Case.67 Vernon i. Vance Wegin .46 Joy Mcmenamin .44 District 2 one elected John l. Samarron inc. Wilbert Hendricks write in .612 Pleasanton elementary two elected or. Geraldine p. Donaldson inc.635 Phillip w. Mahay Jerry morrow.230 san Lorenzo unified three elected Henry 0. Linhard inc. . Housman Corinne Ailyn w. E. South county Junior College area 3 one elected Robert Joseph w. Hagler Johr w. Weiss Lewis w. Collier area 5 one elected Ford m. Area 6 one elected Frederick t. Sullivan inc. Fl.fl.16 William a. Tenancy inc. Area 7 Otic elected Dorothy s. Handrins Sunol elementary one elected Edwin m. Burr inc.124 continued from Page 1 find reasonable solutions to desegregation. Prior to the election the sup porters of Fuller and Gay said they might try for a recall against trustee Maurice Barusch if they won in order to obtain control of the school Board in the near future. They definitely will urge the firing of or. Marie fielder a negro professor from the University of California who was hired to implement integration and definitely try to win control of. The Board in the next regular election two years hence. Fuller and Gay declined to comment on the recall today however. We Hope the remaining members of the Board will moderate their position in View of the election returns and we can work in har Fuller said. The vote shows the people want their children to go to neighbourhood schools and not be bused anywhere unless absolutely necessary. It also shows that anyone who tries to change that concept will meet with dissatisfaction at the Redwood City school Bond Appeal fails Redwood Cit a million Bond Issue to improve facilities in the Redwood City elementary school District was Defeated yesterday when it failed to receive a two thirds majority vote. The final jury was yes against no. In san matco county s por Tola Valley elementary school District a capital improvements Bond Issue won handily by a vote of yes to 169 no. Mill Valley oks sewer Bond Issue Mill Valley voters Here yesterday overwhelmingly approved a so War Bond Issue which had failed to get inc required two thirds majority Vole last november. According to unofficial Tal lies yesterday s vote was 841 to 248 in favor of inc Bond is mip. Gay issued a statement Tak ing a Strong stand against the recent recommendation by a citizens committee that called for an educational system of four elementary years four intermediate and four High school. The plan would require some busing if implemented. Goy f. Fuller Virgil Gay coloradans form Reagan committee Denver a a Rea Gan for president committee has been organized by a group of Colorado Republican party leaders. Art Davis president of new Angl Wood co and former chairman of the Colorado re publican county chairmen s organization Heads the new group. Committee leaders said they Hope to participate in a nationwide draft of California gov Ronald Reagan As inc Republican presidential candidate. They re in automated workers in four Oakland precincts Don t believe in automation. Detailed instructions from the office of City clerk Gladys Murphy and explanatory newspaper stories they insisted on counting ballots by the old hand Check method last night. It was t easy because they were not provided with the tally sheets used by election boards before the Day of elec tronic ballot counting. But they persisted and brought the results in More than an hour after everyone else had finished the Job. Otherwise the first use of cubic vol Ronic counters at a City election Here was a com plete Success. Except for the stubborn Crews who preferred to do it themselves precinct workers brought their ballots 10 the court where they zipped through the counters in record time. The entire count would have been completed by . Some two hours ahead of the earliest hand count for a similar election. First returns were available at . After the tally of Absentee bal lots. Mrs. Murphy and county clerk Jack Blue said the elec tronic counters worked perfectly with no stoppages or breakdowns. Blue noted the ballots were smaller than for state elections and consequently easier to handle. He also pointed out that some technical problems e n c o u n tired in previous elections appear to have been eliminated. Observing the count were delegations from los Angeles and Tulare counties. Both Are planning to use some form of electronic counting. In additon to the unauthorized hand count delay there was Only one other problem the counters did t seem Able to solve. Four trucks delivering bal lots to the court House broke Down in the basement Tunnel and had to be pushed out. Automation can t do everything. Castro Valley Campaign group wins 1, loses 1 continued from Page i Ivity on wednesday after Noons. In their Campaign Morison and mrs. Deaton maintained that parents in the Danville Alamo area Are no longer willing to subsidize frills just because Federal Money is defeat of the two incumbents portends a More moderate Outlook in the san Ramon District education Al policies and a shift in the balance of Power when the new members Morison and Deaton Are seated july 1. De Thomas Holdover trus tee from Alamo has no affiliation with lbs but traditionally has been a More conserva Tive voice on the Board on his own. Mrs. Deaton said she has not worked closely with Thomas but believes he sub scribes to our philosophy of Basic education and disc Thomas sees the Public vote As an indication of the grow ing concern with an apparent progressive i do not believe innovation should be stopped but i fore see a More moderate out in the it. Diablo unified school District incumbents 70 shots sniper fires near ammo cars port Chicago a sni per fired up to 10 Rifle shots near a Southern Pacific train loaded with explosives outside the Concord naval weapons station Here yesterday. Brakeman Wilbur Jones 34, said he got off the train while it was stopped at the water front Road crossing when he heard what sounded like Sev eral 22 Caliper Rifle shots Whiz Over his head. He told Contra Costa Sher Iff s deputies he fell to the ground and spotted a Man 20 to 25 years old in a 1960 White automobile pointing a Rifle out the window. Jones of 24660 Amador st., Hayward said several More shots were fired at or near him before the sniper drove off West on waterfront Road. Nixon in India new Delhi up for Mer vice president Richard m. Nixon arrived today to be Gin a four Day visit to India and Pakistan. Alton Kingman or. Helen m. Kelly and Dean h. Johnson won handily. Incumbent Robert b. Perry or. Of the Antioch unified school District lost in a six Man race for three Board seats. Voters in the Oakley Union school District ousted two incumbent trustees in an apparent protest against the present Board s financial policies. Elected to four year terms Are Ronald j. Dellimmagine a water Plant employee and mrs. Diana Murphy a House wife. The Defeated incumbents Are mrs. Wynema Freeman a nine year Board member and Roy b. Heini on the Board five years. The successful candidates had contended the Oakley school District spends too much of its budget on administration and too Little on teaching. In Hay w a r d or. Arnold Biella 48, succeeded in his first attempt at Public office unseating j. Paul George incumbent trustee of the Hay Ward unified school District. An English professor or. Biella has been Dean of instruction since june of 1965 at California state College where he has been on the staff since 1960. In Southern Alameda county s new Haven unified school District where there has been a controversy Over the personal ban on a film by school Board president the Rev. Elliott Paulson support ers of dist. Supt. Harold Schoenfeld won reelection. Francis w. Poplasky and Phil Sheridan both backers of the Rev. Or. Paulsen s ban on the film nothing but a were Defeated by incumbents Jess Orozco and mrs. Gail Pagan supporters of Schoenfeld who had defied the Board presidents edict. In new h a v c n s second election District where incumbent John l. Samarron had run unopposed Wilbert Hend Donald Bissell Ricks polled 612 write in votes out of a total of cast. In the Fremont Newark Junior College District news paper reporter Joseph Mccord upset incumbent Board member mrs. Marilyn j. B. Blawie professor at Cal a or. Burton Vaughan fornia state College at Hay Ward. Mccord was elected along with incumbents John costello and Abe Hochler. Mrs. Blawie finished fourth among the seven candidates for three seats on the Board. Contra Costa 5 Contra Costa Bonds Defeated continued from Page 1 mond. Both met defeat by nearly 2-1. Proposition a a Bond measure to permit the p u r c h a s c of the 12 Story county administration build ing fared Little better in a vote of no to yes. County elections officer James r. Olsson said or 34. 2 per cent of the c o u no y s 206.673 registered voters turned out yesterday. It took 20 computers sonic four hours Ami 22 minutes to tabulate the ballots Olsson said. The final Vole on the propositions was As follows of Justice a Wisl county building Hall health Center building school Bonds no 157 Richmond school Board 8.647 county service area a Alanes Union High two elected Ian b. Johnston Walter g. Treanor inc. David w. Laurence c. Cain Antioch unified three elected John Maphis John George w. Muller inc. Earl r. Taylor Herbert b. Perry or. Inc. Clarence l. Lommis .616 Brentwood elementary two elected Paul Dallas inc.431 Walter l. Moffatt jr., inc. 402 Phillips a. Kaplan .170 Byron Union two elected Robert k. Tucker.174 Charles w.may.166 Canyon elementary s one elected George r. A. Menge inc. .22 Contra Costa Junior College District one elected Glenn l. Clemetson inc. Johng. Frank r. Ward v one elected William r. Baldwin inc. Angelo j. County Board of education area i one Betty Kipp area in one elected Phillip b. Williamson inc. Wan in l. Smith area Vii one elected Lucille g. Mauzy inc. Byron w. Ross John Swett unified three elected Elton l. Turner inc.804 Raymond v. Rodgers inc. 743 Bates k. Shedd inc.679 Jack g. Warnecke .664 Janet Phyllis mower.564 am Rico j. Guglielmana .563 Frederick l. Maria.511 Knightsen elementary one elected Donald f. Desair inc.116 Lafayette elementary two elected Boardman w. Moore inc Thomas n. Stewartjr. Celtic k. Wilson. Lynn f. Bowers. Liberty Union High two elected Floyd w. Pedersen inc. Arthur e. Honegger Martinez unified three elected Otis. Cobb Muriel k. King Edward w. James j. Carroll Anthony j. Sullivan 777 Harold l. Albertsen 660 Tekla p. Stewart. 365 Moraga elementary two elected n. Leonard Morgenstein Robert Amber .994 it. Diablo unified two elected Helen m. Kelley inc. Dean h. Johnson inc. Gibson m. Gray. Paul r. Baldacci or. Lenora e. Meinert 975 Huston j. Anderson 823 Gordon l. Ginn 803 Robert d. Ross. 747 Horace p. Greeley 681 Marvin j. Lokkesmoe 609 John h. Eichstadt. 385 Nestor n. Cretan. 328 Oakley Union elementary two elected Roland a Deh imagine 373 Diana Murphy 358 Wynema Freeman inc. 330 Lenny t. Byer 293 Roy b. Heinl inc.201 Orinda Union elementary two elected Richard m. Bartle inc. John m. Boulware inc. John a. Both Harry d. Pittsburg unified two elected Dorothy s. Bruno inc. Lohn ii. Aiello Bradford h. Bryant Richmond unified two elected Goy f. Fuller Virgil Dee Terry j. Hatter jr., inc. Walter e. Fauerso inc. Paul Phillips san Ramon Valley unified two elected William w. Morison Virginia l. Deaton to James Ahern inc. Wesley Sizoo inc. George r. Kerhart 608 Walnut Creek two elected Marivn w. Eucl inc. Phyllis Lla Twig inc

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