Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 6, 1971 · 6
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 6

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yyy 4 , ';- !P 1 xNfctr.- E 0aUiflb2fgribttnt 6 Wed., Jin. 6, 1971 J V' I ft' t wwtimh iMiBrWhirldnivihMiiit MRS. ANN SWAN Council net growing Ann Swan In Race for Council Seat Mrs. Am Swan, 53, an Oakland xifflo relations consultant, announced today she will seek the at large seat on the Oakland City Council in the Aprfl election. Mrs. Swan, of 3735 Foothill Blvd., win be trying for the seat now held by Coundhnan Harvey Binns. She is the sixth candidate to a n n o u n c e for the citywide seat Mrs. Swan is a native of Budapest Hungary, who has lived in the United States 45 years. She has been an Oakland resident 19 years. Althoughtoe never has sought public office before, Mrs. Swan has worked In various Alameda County political campaigns. Included in her platform statement were calls for better city government equal opportunity employment women's liberation end envkenmental control She is the wife of Louis A. Swan, and has one son, Milton Swan, of Chicago. 2 Members To Quit School Board BERKELEY Two members of the Board of Education emowced last night that they will not seek reflection In the April municipal election. Board President Arnold L. Grossberg and board member Mrs. Carol Sibley said they will step down when their terms expire m April. The Rev. W. Hazaiah Williams, whose term also expires in April, has not decided whether he will run for another term. The other board members, Sam Markowitz and Marc Monbehner, were elected to their first terns in 1969 and are not up for re-election. Grossbesg was first appointed to the board in August, 1965, to fin the unexpdred term of Sherman Maisel, who resigned to become director of the Federal Reserve Board. He was elected in 1967 to a full four-year term and was named board president in 1967 and again in 1970. Mrs. Sibley was first elected to a six-year term in 1961 and was re-elected to a four-year term in 1967. She and Maisel faced a recall election in 1964 because of their support of a junior high school xitegration plan but voters rejected the recall by a 3-5 margin. Arson Suspected In School Fire One portable classroom was destroyed and another damaged last night in what appears to be the latest in a series of arson attacks on East-bay schools, the Oakland Fire Department said. Six units and 32 men quickly controlled the fire, at Markham Elementary School, 7220 Krause Ave., but toe blaze had spread so rapidly through the demolished portable that it couldnt be saved, according to a fire department spokesman. He said that toe rapidity of the fire's spread was so far the only cause to suspect arson. Police and fire investigators this morning began going through toe nibble. ' Portable classrooms of toe type destroyed cost toe school district in toe neighborhood of 310,000 each. The defence today recalled . sheriffs Sgt Robert J. Donovan for more testimony on his .theory that a San Frandsco 'Hells Angel committed the Altamont rock festival murder of Meredith Hunter. Donovan, at the dose of the 13th day of toe trial of Hells Angel Alan Passaro yesterday, testified that he has narrowed toe field of suspects because of the smallness of a death head! shown on jackets of the suspects in a commercial film of the concert. A New York movie company toot the entire concert of toe Rolling Stones and two VO' OPEN MON & FRI 9 USE SWAN'S REVOLVING CREDIT PLAN or your BANKAMERICARD or MASTER CHARGE PRICES reels , show Hunter, 18, of Berkeley being stabbed by an assailant in a motorcycle club style jacket. Under questioning by defense counsel George Walker, the detective sergeant said that from the start of the investigation we surmised a HeHs Angei did the stabbing. After discovery of toe film sections showing the stabbing, Donovan 6ald, We fairly well eliminated all Hells Angels, except the San Francisco chapter. This was because toe death bead was unique; it is to 9 TUE, WED, THUR, EFFECTIVE JAN. 7-8-9 SALE If perfect values to $1,391 Washable Won't scratch Long wearing Lastingly soft & warm Koepssizo&shapo White & pink Many blends Lingerie-Swan's Street Floor small compared to other Angels. The stabber had a smaller death head. Donovan said Passaro was not a suspect in the case when he saw the rushes of the film Dec. 20, 1969. The chief tnveigator of toe slaymg said he worked from mug shots during toe track-down, showing them to thousands of possible witnesses. Donovan got from San Jose police a photo of Passaro who was a member of what other witnesses have called the Frisco chapter of the Hells Angels. Two eyewitnesses picked SAT 9 to 6 Eton. 15 out Passaros picture as toe assailant, Donovan said. He insisted that movies of the killing were not shown these witnesses before a jail lineup. A key prosecution witness, Paul Cox, picked Passaro out of the lineup. -However, rock fan Denise BeD,18, a Mt Eden High School student, was unable to identify Passo in the lineup although she had been p o s i t i v e on mug toot identification, Donovan said. Prosecutor John A. Burke had Donovan indicate on a photo frame from toe film toe difference in size of death Assfd Para COTT PAGfif 44 If perfect, values to $12.99! SWEATERS: Long A short slam pullovers, novelties, ski sweaters, tonic styles ... Classic A novelty stitch cardigans KNIT PANTS: Coordinate with tops . . . orlon acrylics A wools ... Sizes 3640 ... soma extra sizes in Sweaters. Sportswear-Swan's Street Floor EFFERDENT DENTURE CLEARER heads' on toe back of Angel jackets. Walker insisted that Donovan produce the actual film sections which led to his conclusion that a San . Francisco Hells Angel was toe slayer. Donovan said he would produce the samples today, , Miss BeS, a pretty, booted, mini skirted blonde, gave a vivid description of toe stabbing. She was in front of toe stage and saw Hunter knocked from a box, running back into the crowd and pulling something out from his coat Other witnesses have 6aid ISO.! CLEARANCE! Reg. $3.99 to $1&99 ? 99 plaids, solids, contrast colors pnu. Hlyumi. taift, .ctrliet Oao A 2-pc stylos For school & "dross op" Not all sizes In all styles ea Reg. $1.59 ! 0,CDRISTAN 24's m UOXZEttA sinucREAn! Special 1 6 oz. size Jteg.$1.99 Cosmetics PINE VALLEY STRAIGHT DOUimon WHISKEY 5Yrs.0Id 9, -,v 5th ' that Hunter drew; a revolver. Miss Bell said toe beard someone say, Hes going to kiR Mick Jagger, the Stones lead singer. She said somebody stabbed him, once on the shoulder and once in toe lower part of toe back. She remembered the assailant had a Fu JMandiu . mustache.; . The victim was kicked and pmnmeled after be fell to toe ground, She said. 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