The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on July 14, 1970 · 16
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Page 16-..C.amiurr Sausalito Walton Deal OK By Stephen Cook Mdnn Bureau The Sausalito Board of Ed-ncalion voled 2-1 last night to accept a compromise oi'fer by Sidney F. Walton Jr. under which he will quit as principal of Martin Luther King School but be paid $3800. I The board also agreed to drop its dismissal action against Walton who would have received a salary of $16,590. The board had voted May 4 to fire Walton for insubordination. Voting against the compro Killer Confesses Tm a Cannibal' Special to The Examiner BIG SUR A bearded, unshorn drifter from Wyoming confessed to a Highway Pa- trolman here today he had murdered his camping companion near Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and eaten parts of the victim. "I have a problem. I am a cannibal," police quoted Stanley Dean Baker, 22, of Story, Wyo.. as saying. In Baker's pocket, police said they found a human finger bone from which the flesh had been gnawed. They found a second bone in similar condition in the pocket of Baker's hippie-mode traveling companion. Harry Allen Stroup, 20, of Sheridan, Wyo. Await Extradition Both young men were held in Monterey County Jail in Salinas awaiting extradition action by Montana authorities. In Montana, police dis closed that parts of a body had been found in and near the Yellowstone River at the approximate spot where Baker described shooting his victim. The murder victim has 'vvn tentatively identified as F ear for Kidnaped GirPs Life From Page 1 wounded another off Highway 1 south of San Simeon. The Volkswagen in which the killer drove away was found abandoned yesterday at the Monterey Airport, starting a search which turned up Miss Hindin's sleeping bag, three backpacks and another sleeping bag only a few blocks away. Miss Hindin's father, Sidney, of Laurelton. N.Y.. flew here this morning to join the search party of 14 Monterey police officers and deputy sheriffs. Parking Attendant An all-points bulletin was issued for Herschelle Andrew Gay. 26, a Los Angeles parking lot attendant, described by John Tilday. 19. as the man who picked up the hitchhiking trio in Santa Barbara i late Saturday. Tilday said he and Miss Hindin had hitchhiked together from Albuquerque. N.M., and were given a ride by the suspect. Later he picked up an unidentified man. The youth said the driver, known to him only as "Doc." pulled to the side of the road and said he had something to show the two men. They had walked about 100 yards when "Doc" produced a gun and shot the two men. Tilday was only injured by a bullet that grazed his head. TAKE OUK WORD. KGO RADIO 81 FOR TALK J DUNBAR Tues., July 14, 1970 mise was Delta Christ who said the dismissal was justified in the first place and that in good conscience she could not now vote to accept the resignation. Walton's record as principal was defended by his assistant James Toliver who said Walton had done all he could at the school to give the children there a good education. "We had a stormy time while he was here," Toliver said. "His presence last year pointed out our illnesses. Kids received the greatest James Michael Schlosser, a missing Montana social worker. Baker and Stroup had been traveling in a sports car registered to the social worker and it was a minor traffic accident with the auto which led to their arrest. California Highway Patrolman Randy Newton said the sports car collided with an auto driven by Robert Parks, 29, of Ann Arbor. Mich., on remote Nacimiento Road, south of here. Parks drove Baker and Stroup to Highway One to seek help for their disabled auto but when the Parks' auto approached Lucier Lodge near here, the passengers vaulted from the auto. They were rounded up by Newton and two Monterey County deputy sheriffs. Baker and Stroup surrendered without a struggle. Police said they each carried a supply of bullets, pocket knives but no firearms. Baker told police he had thrown the murder gun in Yellowstone River and absolved Stroup of participation in the homicide by saying his younger passenger was not with him at the time of the slaying. Mayor Will Meet Youths Mayor A 1 i o t o will meet with 75 youths from The City's poverty target areas tomorrow for a luncheon "rap session" to discuss problems of minority young people. The luncheon, fifth in the current series of Youth for Service seminars, will be held from non to 1:30 p.m. at Louie's of Grant avenue Restaurant. 1014 Grant Ave. in Chinatown. w i 1 V -! M I 1 -431 1 tv.s i 4-,-" J k I if ft 'tvi r 1 1 i education possible fur that year. "They learned what democracy is and what hypocrisy is." Toliver said. ! In other matters, the board j indicated it would act favor-j ably on requests by parents who want to send their children to other school districts. The district has received 42 I such requests so far, mainly lrom white parents. One of the requests is from Mrs. Christ who commented during the meeting that she believed parents knew best Hoiv to Raze a Freeway From Page 1 funds can be obtained through the renewal process to purchase the air rights over this right of way from the State. The proceeds of this ingenious transaction "would generate a significant portion of the funds needed to remove the existing overhead freeway," Herman said. Herman's tear-do wn-the-f r e e w ay-at-federal-expense plan was part of his strong est pitch yet for turning the entire "lorthern waterfront into a gigantic redevelopment project. Insisting that San Franciscans are being lulled into a "false sense of security" by the proposed height limits on the port lands, Herman said a "proper" and balanced development could only be guaranteed through the urban renewal process. Anything short of that, he said, would result in another exercise of piecemeal planning for which future genera- t i o n s of San Franciscans may rightfully damn the present powers to be. While having informally made his views on the subject known some months ago, Herman this time made his plea to let him tackle the job in an official statement sent to Mayor Alioto, City Planning Director Allan B. Jacobs and Port Director Miriam Wolff. Though agreeing on one hand that setting height limits was "desirable," Herman warned that "rigid" height control, unrelated to land economics and social objectives, are bound to be harmful. Faced already with extremely expensive construction because of poor soil conditions, developers will be forced to shoot for the highest possible density, thus . ""5, 2 I .j ' "-7, &&yM&v&-z & sfitn mi will afty!ifcjL , , L.-im m mu -1 mmriTf hibjw m t iimiwi i where their children should go to school. Board members continued until next Monday discussion of abolishing a program under which students from Mill Valley are permitted to attend school in Sausalito. The program, started five ! years ago. has received wide i praise because the Mill Val-j ley students, most of whom are wlute. nelp balance the racial makeup of Martin Luther King School. The board also re-elected Nathaniel Johnson as its president. Alameda County Restaurant Strike Averted A strike of more than 3000 south Alameda County bartenders and culinary workers today was averted by tentative agreement on a new contract early this morning. The proposed settlement between the East Bay Restaurant Association and Culinary Workers and Bartenders Local 823 is subject to ratification. Details were not disclosed. covering more land and water than needed if allowed building heights were "flexi ble." Herman argued. Piecemeal developments, like those proposed by U.S. Steel and Oceanic Properties on platforms over the Bay and the planned $100 million International Market Center on private property inland, don't guarantee that the waterfront will be developed to its full potential, he said. Besides insisting that redevelopment is a better mecha nism for coordinating public and private actions, Herman held out the prospect of millions of dollars in federal renewal funds if his agency gets into the act. These federal funds, he said, would pay for such niceties as public promenades, plazas, pedestrian overlooks and housing for low and moderate income people. It would also pay most of the tab for the construction of water and sewer lines, streets and lighting. While conceding that feder-a 1 1 y subsidized redevelopment of the waterfront would reduce the price private developers would have to pay, Herman stressed it would en- able the port to charge high er rentals as a result. In conclusion. Herman urged that any height restrictions be imposed only as "interim measures" pending adoption of an overall redevelopment plan for the waterfront. x-t i-1 PAUL T. WEMPLE Second highest post Califoriiian Elected to High Post ; A Northern Californian leading knight, the second highest post of the 1.5 million-member Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. He is Paul T. Wemple of Susanville, former president of the California - Hawaii Elks Association. Glenn L. Miller, 68, a Lo-gansport, Ind., Iaw7er, was named grand exalted ruler yesterday at annual elections of the Grand Lodge in the Masonic Temple. Others elected to one-year terms were: Alex M. Harman Jr.. Pu laski, Va., grand esteemed loyal knight: William G. Singer, C e n t r a I i a. Wash., grand esteemed lecturing knight; Franklin J. Fitpa-trick, Lynbrook, N.Y., grand secretary ( re-elected for ninth consecutive term ) : Edwin J. 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