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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1968, Oakland, California 16 sun., May Charles Morley in second office in try for Assembly Post one of the three candidates seeking the Republican Nomi nation in the 15th Assembly District is making his second try. Charles d. Morley Oakland Trade association executive Iron the gop nomination last year but lost to March k. Fong who is now the demo cratic incumbent in the Gen eral election. Entered with him in the june 4 contest Are Robert m. Chefsky a Castro Valley Resi Dent with Law offices in Oak land and Harold r. Holmes financial services representative of Castro Valley. Chefsky has concentrated his Campaign on charges of political declaring that mrs. Fong is a puppet of Assembly speaker Jesse Unruh and has failed to be effective in representing the District. He favors welfare programs that will help get people employed and suggests consideration of the Canadian plan which requires recipients of welfare to give work time to the government in return. Holmes Calls for a Cut in government spending strengthened Law enforce ment local control of govern ment and schools and Protection of our families on the streets the schools and in the he charges that the Homeowner is paying More than Liis share of taxes. He cites his extensive business and military experience. Morley stresses his experience As a director of a Market and Legal research firm and a s International Secretary treasurer of a labor Union. He Calls for action to Deal with crime and welfare problems to encourage Trade and Indus try and to provide tax Relief for homeowners and businessmen. He describes the incumbent s record As Dis Chefsky 39, is a native of Michigan resident of califor Nia since 1958. He was graduated from Michigan state University in political science history and economics and got his Law degree at the University of Michigan. He has been in private practice Here since 1960. Married with three Chil Dren Chefsky has his Home at 3620 Arcadia court Castro Valley. Holmes 49, is a native of los Angeles resident in District since 1947. He is a graduate of the University of Cali Porrua at Davis and the . Army command and general staff College fort leaven Worth Kan. A former corporation general sales manager he is now a licensed securities and life insurance agent. He and his wife have two sons and four daughters. Their Home is at 4525 Heyer ave., Castro Valley. Morley 36, is a native of Berkeley resident of the District since 1962. He attended the University of California the Northwestern school of journalism. He says his Trade association experience and work with the International brotherhood of service Sta Tion owners and operators have alerted him to the plight of Small businessmen and individual taxpayers. He and his wife and their daughter live at 2712 Las Aro Mas. 13 primary aspirants unopposed thirteen aspirants for partisan office Are unopposed on the Alameda county primary ballot and Are already assured of participation in the nov. 5 general election democratic Nicholas c. Pets Ullh state Senate. Carlos Bee. 13th Assembly. Robert w. Down huh As Sembly. March k. Fong 15lh As Sembly. Republican Harry d. Brumbaugh 13th Assembly. Don Mulford. 16th Assembly. Sam Higgins 17th Assem american Independent of Tiara Vannoy 7th con Cress. Andrew w. Goodman 14th Assembly. Caroline e. Rapier ii As Gordon e. Bergman As Sembly. Peace am Freedom Mario Savio Lith state sen Robert Mackado 13th As Charles d. Morley Robert m. Chefsky Harold r. Holmes Hannon seeks nomination in Lith state Senate District Robert e. Hannon chair Man of the Alameda county Board of supervisors appears to have Only moderate opposition As he seeks the Republican nomination in Lith state Senate District which covers most of Alameda county filed As his opponent is j. Howard Arnold Berkeley consulting Engineer who served from 1956 to 1960 As a director of the Alameda Contra Costa transit District. He failed in four tries for re election and has otherwise run unsuccessfully for Congress the state Senate the Assembly and the City Council in Albany. Hannon 39, resident of san Leandro with Law offices in Castro Valley made his first political try in 1962, running first in a Field of 11 candidates at the primary and winning the general election. He was re elected in 1966, and was named chairman of the Board this year. He Calls for a change from the Dole system to a work training program to reduce welfare costs. On Law enforce ment he advocates stronger legislation to assist the police in Protection of the Public from the lawlessness of Radi Cal groups. Hannon pledges an Effort to Correct what he Calls the inequities of ab80, the tax assess ment measure that shifted property levies from business and Industry to homeowners. He Points out that the Bill was authored by the incumbent state sen. Nicholas Petris a Oakland. J. Howard Arnold a native of Richmond Han non has lived in Alameda county since 1955. He took pre Legal education at St. Mary s College and has a Law degree from the University of California Hastings College of Law. He served in the Marine corps and was graduated from the . School of naval Justice. He has successfully handled cases before the . Supreme court and military defences in Vietnam. Extremely Active in civic and fraternal affairs Hannon was named Man of the year in Castro Valley in 1959, and was selected by the state Junior chamber of Commerce As one of California s outstand ing Young men in 1964. Arnold contends that an Engineer is needed in the state Robert e. Hannon Senate noting there Are 20 lawyers in that body now. He says he is electable because he is a progressive and appeals to democrats and re publicans alike offering to solve problems not make political footballs out of them. Transit Reform divorce re form Good education full employment mental health care and lower property taxes Are listed As his objectives. Arnold 61, is a native of Minnesota resident in District since 1944. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and the Massachusetts Institute of technology has been a teacher and researcher and is now engaged in Industrial process planning. He has five children. His address is Post office Box 919, Berkeley. 8th dist. Continued from Page 15 disobedience and riotous be Crane 30, is a teacher at Williamson High school fre Mont he previously was an officer a the Oakland police department for 6% years and he twice enlisted in the Marine corps. A native of san Diego he has lived in the District since 1959. He and his wife and their three children live at 18668 Stanton ave., Castro Valley. Pedrick charges that people of the 8th District Are not being properly represented. Opposing an immediate withdrawal from Vietnam Pedrick Calls for a policy re Quiring greater responsibility of the government there plus land Reform and strict accounting of american funds. He Calls for obedience to Law by everyone with More stress on the rights of citizens instead of criminals. And he advocates a pay As you go Economy with restriction on foreign Aid and a reduction of privileges enjoyed by Public officials. Pedrick 46, is a native of Florida and has lived in the District since 1958. He served 20 years m the . Navy specializing in military Law and has since been a Success Ful insurance agent. He and his wife have two sons serving in Vietnam and a daughter who lives with them no write ins in state s primary vote Sacramento rotary of stale Frank m. Jor Dan is reminding californians write in votes Are not provided for on the june 4 presidential primary ballot. Jordan said some voters have assumed California s bal lot has a place for presidential write ins because of the wide spread publicity about write in campaigns in other states. He said a vote in California s presidential primary is for a group of delegates either uncommitted or favouring an individual candidate and is not directly for the candidate him self. The winning slate of Dele gales for each party represents the state at that party s National nominating Conven Tion. Kenneth Meade Hector Reyna and Fried Meade is favored in 16th District Assembly race Kenneth Meade an Oakland attorney is expected to win the democratic nomination for Assembly in the 16th District Over two opponents. One of them Hector Reyna who gives his occupation As executive director of transportation has lost six campaigns for Public office in the past six. Years. The other and Fried Veteran Public relations Man who has handled Many political campaigns has not campaigned actively. Meade says the Public has lost Confidence in the ability of the government to solve to Day s problems. He Calls Lor new and refreshing Leader he notes that rapidly disintegrating race relations ignited by conditions of life in our blighted cities threaten the very Fibre of our society but he comments that the individual taxpayers has demonstrated his impatience with government programs that have been largely unsuccessful in attempting to alleviate conditions of new and vigorous Leader ship is also needed to resolve the problems of air and water pollution and of Highway congestion he says. Reyna offers a seven Point program calling for an end to baseless denunciations of the University of California election of Bay area rapid transit directors by the peo ple and tax reductions by Cut Ting administrative salaries but not by reducing medi Cal services. He advocates Basic changes in the grand jury District attorney Public d e fender system urging controls in the prosecution of poor peo ple says treatment of prison ers should be and urges relaxation of Laws against marijuana. Reyna a third generation american of mexican ances try says the mexican american people should have better representation in the legislature. Fried attacks pre a Mary endorsements won by Meade. He says he was not Given a fair hearing by the Al Cio committee on political Edu cation and charges a demo cratic Council endorsement was by a minority vote of Only 12 members. Fried believes universities should provide a free forum and opposes tuition. He says gang like elements Selling drugs should be dealt with severely. He opposes concentration Camps for dissenters and says peaceful demonstrations should not be broken up by police. He Calls for elimination of Feather bedding and waste to lower taxes opposes any tax increase for the Bay area rapid transit system urges Reform of the judicial system and advocates an end to the Vietnam War with subsequent use of funds to finance Public works projects. Meade 30, is a native of Marin county a resident Here since 1956. He is a graduate in Law of the University of Cali fornia and was a varsity foot Ball Star a member of the last . Rose bowl team. He is an associate member of the Law firm of Smith Parish Paduck and Clancy. He and his wife and their two children live at 6976 Broadway Ter race. Reyna 31, is a native of Texas a resident Here since 1955. He attend d Public schools in Texas Alameda and Berkeley and has worked As a teamster warehouse Man machinist and political organizer. He ran three times for Alameda Contra Costa transit director twice for the Oakland City Council and once for mayor. His Home is at 1763 Sausal St. Fried 57, is a native of Sac Ramento and has lived Here since 1939. He is a graduate of the University of san Francis co and did Post graduate work at the University of califor Nia. He is a widower with son daughter and grandson. His Home is at 424 Staten ave. Nixon appoints personal aide new York up Rich Ard m. Nixon today named. . Bob Haldeman a year old los Angeles Advertis ing executives As his personal chief of staff in his Campaign for the Republican presiden tial nomination. Haldeman a Long political associate of Nixon managed the former vice president s unsuccessful California Campaign for governor and was Campaign tour manager in the 1960 presidential election. The 40-year-old vice presi Dent of j. Walter Thompson co. Also served As an Advance Man in Nixon s winning vice presidential race in 1956. Abe schuster in nor them a Swomia Oakland 6211 Telegraph phone 653-3588 near Alcor a through sat. M fibreglass special Purchase of factory seconds Clear Lucite plastic sheets use for windows wind mks chair pads desk tops machine guards Etc. We Cut to order Clear As g1ass Lucite plastic sheets . Full Clear As Glass Lucite plastic sheets of first 1.10 ot6" White Lucite plastic sheets White 4 in. Architectural Turpe fir pities. Fences. Mincile trailer skirting Etc. Al Flat fibreglass 4oz.isoz. It it in. 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