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October 26, 1979 - Image 7

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Jerry gets creamed
at N. Y. appearance
NEW YORK (AP)-California Gov. Edmund Brown Jr. was hit on the
side of the head with a lemon-coconut pie yesterday as he entered Cooper
Union to address several hundred students.
The assailant was yippie Aron Kay, who habitually uses a pie-in-the-face
as a way of-showing displesure with a person.
IN THIS CASE, he said without amplifcation that Brown, a Democrat
who is expected to announce his candidacy for president, was "not doing
anything for the prison system and prisoners in California."
He also accused the governor of playing along with Howard Jarvis,
author of California's Proposition 13 tax reduction law.
Kay claims to have scored 14 hits on prominent figures in the past six
years and to have been arrested only once, when he was fined $150. Amng his
targets have been Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.), former New
York Mayor Abraham Beame and former CIA head William Colby.
KAY WAS NOT arrested after yesterday's incident and a spokesperson
for Brown said no charges would be pressed.
Brown was entering Cooper Union, a science and arts college on the
Lower East Side of manhattan, when the pie was thrown. He went upstairs to
clean himself off. When he came down, his hair still was damp.
"I was delayed a little bit when I ran into a fellow with a pie," Brown told
his student audience, which responded with a mass groan. "They say cam-
AP Photo paigning is not a piece of cake ... The thing that really gripes me is that it
wasn't on my diet."

Citizens aid council
i filng top city post


on the

(Continued from Page l-
Krgsny plans to step down March 1 af-
ter 32 years on the citypolice force.
In addition to Collins -,And Krasny,.
Personnel/Human Rights Director
Robert Treadway, and Councilman Ken
Latta (D-First Ward) and James
Cmejrek (R-Fifth Ward) are servirfg on
the search committee for Krasny's
Citizen panel member Lyndon Welch
rated the resumes for the city's top ad-
ministrative post "good to excellent."
He said he was looking for "evidence of
experience, hopefully in cities which
have comparable qualities to Ann Ar-
"A HALF A dozen or so" of the ap-
plicant resumes satisfied the
requirements for a city administrator,
according to panel member Cecil
Usprung, who is also an Ann, Arbor
Transportation Authority board mem-
Now, Ursprung said, it is up to the
mayor and council to "assess those .
qualitative factors that are so impor-
tant." The chosen candidate must be
"sensitive' to community values" and
able to work in a community with a
diverse population.
The quality of the resumes varied,
according to Judy Bailey, the League of
Women's voter representative on the
panel. "I hope that whoever is hired
. is someone who can manage human
relations kinds of problems," in ad-
dition to fiscal management, she added.

"l WAS LOOKING to see what sort of
experience they had" and evidence of a
working knowledge of their role in the
form of government, said Nancy White,
a member of the City Planning Com-
White said "five or six (of the ap-
plicant resumes) stood out from the
rest,': when she reviewed them with the
Korn-Ferry representative.
The, other members of the mayor's
committee are chairwoman of the
Downtown Advisory Committee Bonnie
Deloof, president of the Economic
Development Corporation Henry Lan-
dau, and Janice Caldwell, a member of
the Human Rights Commission.
TWO "CITIZENS-at-large," Jamie
Kenworthy and William Alexander,
also reviewed the resumes.
Many of the applicants are currently
city managers in other cities, Belcher
said. He estimated the average age of
the applicants in the lower 40's. And, as
far as he knew no women had applied
for the position.
"I think the person has to be a very
outgoing person," Belcher said. The
applicant chosen by council should
have a "good track record" and ex-
perience in fiscal management, the
mayor added.
Korn-Ferry is being paid $11,000 for
its services. The executive search firm
is the largest of its type in the world,
Slavin said. Sylvester Murray was
recommended by Korn-Ferry for the
position in Cincinnati.

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