Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 13, 1941 · Page 7
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Oakland, California
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Sunday, July 13, 1941
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, JULY 13, 1941 MAYTAG OFFICIALS ARRIVE FOR MEET i..i..,J..U.t, 73 Members of U.C. Faculty Promoted Sixty New Positions Set Up, $108,581 Wage Raises Granted by Regents ' BERKELEY, July 12. With formal passage of the 1941-42 budget, University of California regents today authorized 73 promotions of faculty members, 60 new positions and 16 retirements, together with $108,561 in salary increases. Recommended by President Robert Gordon Sproul, salary raises approved for 515 non academic workers totaled $49 925, or less than $100 per person per year. For 804 academic employees, an average increase of $144 per annum or a total of $115,761 was included in the ne wbudget. Of academic increases, $58,636 went to 261 persons receiving less than the average professor's salary of $5000, while $7200 was voted for 28 others receiving more than this figure. Average increased remuneration, President Sproul stated, is less than $300 per year, with no raise higher than $600. RETIRES AS DEAN I Retirement of Dr. Gilbert N. Lewis, famous scientist, as dean of the college chemistry, was an nounced by President Sproul. Dr. Lewis, who has reached the retirement age of 65 for administrative positions, will, however, continue in his teaching capacity as professor of chemistry. Evan M. Haynes, professor of law, was appointed acting dean of the school of jurisprudence in place of Dean Edwin Dickinson, called into Government service at Washington, D.C. Twelve associate professors elevated to full professorships from 243 teachers of Similar rank were: Berkeley: Lila M. O'Neale, decorative art; C. T. Wiskocil, civil engineering; Perry Byerly, geological sciences; Charles L. Camp, paleontology; Jean W. McFarlane, psychol ogy. Davis: C. A. Brooks, agricultural engineering; C. S. Mudge, dairy industry. San Francisco: C. W. Craig, James Nuckolls, College of Dentistry; D. M. Greenberg, Med ical School. Los Angeles: W. R. Crowell, chemistry; W. A. Smith, education. ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Chosen from 205 assistant pro 50 to '500 On Yow SAURY, FURNITURE or AUTO Ovf r)tlbt loo pom swobls amploycd psopts bi oM Hnss c4 work to ot ndd cosfc hi qvkk bvurwM-lik tromacMon at our oKcm. Charges enty o Mnpoid balance no lnqviriw of employer er friend. PHONI - FOR - A LOAN IDCAlliciAW re. OAKLAND OFFICES: JOS LATHAM SQUARE L0O. SOS 16th St. Glencourt 5522 fessors, the following 13 were ele vated to associate professors: Berkeley: Erie Loran, art; H. J Scott, electrical engineering; R. G. Folsom, mechanical engineering; E M. McMillan and L. W. Alvarez, pnysics. Davis: Celeste T. Wright, English; M. A. Stewart, entomology ana parasitology. San Francisco Eric Ogden, D. G. Morton, Medical School. Los Angeles: M. I. Barker, rrencn; a. j. balle, bacteriology; Brainerd Dyer, history. INSTRUCTORS PROMOTED Forty-eight out of 175 instructors won promotions to assistant professorships as follows: Berkeley: T. D. McCown. anthropology; Melvln CAlvin, (. T. tiea-liors'. chemistry: J. K. Fontenrose, classics; J. W. Kelly, civil engineering: F. W. Hutchinson, mechanical engineering; .1. D. Han, C. F. Mac-Intyre, English: J. L. C. Ford journalism; A. P. Morse. Raphael Robinson, mathematics; jr. Ulwvn D&vles nursing; Florence WVrlne, Oriental languages; J. F. Kesseli, geography; R. II. Vaughn, K. M. Mrak, fruit technology; 1. M. Lerner. poultry husbandry; Betty M. Watts, home economics; W. Z. Hazzid, D. I. Arnon, plant nutrition. Davis: 1 1, c. Reiber. S. 11. Babcock, agricultural chemistry; R. M. Love, agronomy: Caroline A. Brady, languages arid literature: W. P. Beiggren niathe. niatlcs and physics; J. T. Kmlen, L. E. Rosen borg, zoology. San Francisco: Allan Palmer ( harles uurchot, Medical School; K. R. Pratt. College of Pharmacy: TV. M. Hammon, Hooper Foundation. l.os Angeles: J. U. McCullough. T. U Jacobs, T. A. Oelssman. chemistry; C. 10, Jones. H. M. Karr. H. T. Sweden berg, lOnglish; Tj. (J. Miller, I'rench; K. Wahlgren, Oermanlc languages; l Hperonl, Italian; J. A. Crow, Spanish; O. Dun-ell, "W. C. Putnam, geology; K. Kawal, history; p. a. Hoel, mathematics; W. M. Lantmerls, horticulture. La Jolla: R. H. Fleming, R. R. Revella, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. CLINICAL PROMOTIONS Clinical promotions in the Medical School. San Francisco, were announced as follows: S. J. Sliipman, clinical professor of medicine; H. A. Brown, associate professor of surgery; K. C. Halde-mann, associate clinical professor of orthopedic surgery; F. C. Bost. asso ciate clinical professor of orthopedic surgery; C. A. Noble. Jr., assistant clinical professor of medicine. In the College of Agriculture, promotions In experiment station rank were made as follows: Berkeley T. C. Broyer, to assistant plant physiologist. Davis: O. C. French, assis tant agricultural engineer. River side: J. W. Lesley to Associate plant breeder. a. K. Flanders to associate entomologist. NEW POSITIONS ll 'ft ; " V '. Shown as they stepped off a United Air Lines plane yesterday for a two-day meet of the Maytag West Coast Company are (left to right) W. L. Hahn, president; V. B. Cliff, secretary, and John M. Wyman, vice-president Tribune photo. 303 CINTRAL BANK BIDO. 436 14th St. Templebar 1630 SAN FRANCISCO OFFICES: 328 FLOOD BLDG. S7Q Market St. EXbreak 3575 2nd Floor Hobart Bldg. 382 Market St. IXbrook S462 Of the 60 new positions created to meet enrollment growth in the past 10 years, Berkeley will receive 30 as follows: College of Agriculture, four non-academic and nine academic; seven administrative and non-academic and 10 academic. Los Angeles gets eight new academic appointments as well as four administrative and non-academic. Six appointments, equally divided between academic and non-academic, will increase the Davis faculty, while San Francisco has eight new academic appointments and two otherwise. President Sproul explained that delay in passage of university appropriations at Sacramento made it impossible to fill all new positions before approval of the new budget. Appointments already made, however, he announced as follows: Berkeley: J. (J. Hamilton, assis tant professor of psychology and assistant dean of undergraduates; !. R. Hrower, editorial assistant, University I'ress; .1. W. liritten, junior veterinarian, experiment station; S. Kaplan, laboratory assistant in art; A. S. Levens, lecturer in uieehanlcal engineering; F. O. Harris, lecturer in dramatic art, $1800 of wbo.se salary will be paid by Associated Students for Little Theater direction. S. F. APPOINTMENTS AIV KltTISIOMKMT AnvKRTISF.MKNT Kidney-Bladder Distress On Increase, Says Local Druggist San Francisco: V. Beeson, "Winifred Mahoney, College of OentiHiry; A. AunrhHch. assiMtant In psychiatry; J-. A1. Kelly, instructor in psychiatry; V. ')., Jonen, assistant in ob.stetrics and Kyecology; A. S. Muiay, research associate in pediatrics; Kutii Miller, secretary, radiology; W. Korcase, clinical instructor in orthopedic Buryery; W. B. Mart.' rack en, assistant in orthopedic surgery, Davis: J. S. Hmlth. associate in English, Imh Angeles: 11. II. Harris, field assistant in art; J. A. Mockett, ansfstarif professor of education a rid associate director of training, transferred from Berkeley; H. .J. Wanoiiis, assistant professor of business education. KeUreinents announced were as foiUfLa: Berkeley; C. I. von Neu- niaytl,, professor of dramatic arL; W. sir M or Joy, associate professor of mining Harriett (i. Mddy, assistant professor of nttrlt ull ural extension ; Corn McKay, University High School; Maude Kendall, len-ORiaptier, aKionorny division. San Francisco: R. W. Jiule, professor of operative dentistry; K. J. Mauk, orofessor of denlure prostheses: V. JI. l'odstate, lecturer in mental hygiene, toa Angeles: A. P. AJcKinley, professor of iiatin; JO. C Aloore. professor of education and philosophy; Lucy M. ( lUines, assistant professor of history, iti vet-side: C. "). Smith, associate in the experiment station. San Bernardino: Alary M. Uicnard- son, home aemciai.stratioti a Kent in AKriruKural Kxt4usion Service. Alamedan Named Convention Chief ALAMEDA, July 12. Appointment of Glenn Baxter, secretary of the Alameda Utility Board, as convention chief of the California Municipal Utilities Association was announced today by Harold Anderson of Palo Alto, association president. Baxter will be in complete charge of arrangements for the convention of the organization to be held In Sacramento, October 13 to 16. Unidentified Plane Bombs La Linea MADRID, July 12. (U.R)-An un identified airplane today dropped a bomb on the'Spanish frontier town of La Linea, near Gilbraltar, killing five persons, injuring 18 and destroying three houses, dispatches said. FLUOROSCOPIC S1 EXAMINATION Esophagus Stomach Intestines Colon Liver Call Bladder Lungs Heart Bones Joints X-Hay Fluoroscopic AND ICiouopallioinctcr Exam i nation Will discover and locate the cause of your lllnees. See lour Body Vibrations on a acreen for the first time. We don't have to ask -you a single question regarding your condition. These INSTRUMENTS will snow WHEREthe CAUS73 Is, HOW SEVERE It Is and point out the way to destroy It. BE Certain of what la causing your TIIOUBLE. PACTS not OPINIONS. For the next 7 days we will give this COMPIETW EXAMINATION for ONLY $2. No extras, no OBLIGATION. Phone OLympIc 1377 - 1378 for your appointment. Brine morning: urine. BASIC SCIENCE INSTITUTE 4843 Shattuck Avenn ....Oakland, Calif OL ymple 1377-M7S Or. J. I. Slvlls. D.C. Dr. G. E. Iwanaoa, D.C. Dr. L. B. Lunde, D.C. Better a Year Early Than an Hour Too Late Sales Meeting Slated. Here Maytag Executives and Salesmen Arrive for Oakland Conference Salesmen Anri pVAntiuaa A-F tha Maytag West Coast Company arrived in Oakland yesterday for a two-day sales convention at the Leamington Hotel. W. L. Hahn, president of the firm; John M. Wvman Vine.nrAciriont an A V. P. Clifft secretary, flew here from Los Angeles to attend. They were accompanied by six regional managers of the company from the southern territory, and four others came from the northern district. Thank You Editor. The Trihimo T m .sv.u. gratified by the Interest shown by the Oakland Tribunn in th a,,, maneuvers just concluded, and by me uign standards or lh coverage given this training period. Your handling of the maneuver demonstrates a realization of the co-operation that is so necessary in this great National effort, and I know that I speak not only for the men themselves hut aicn n tk.i. families and friends at home in ex pressing thanks to you. very sincerely yours, J. L. DeWITT, Lieut-Gen., U.S.A., Commanding. Legion fro Elect Conclave Delegates ALBANY, July 12. Delegates and alternates to the State convention to be held in Sacramento August 10-13 will be elected Monday night by Albany Unit 292,-American Legion Auxiliary, at a meeting in Veterans Memorial Building. Plans will also be completed for the auxiliary's part in reception of 250 visitors at the annual district meeting of the Amer iean Legion and auxiliary to be held next Wednesday night in Albany. Ad Man to Speak At S.F. Club Meet Donald M. Bernard, advertising director of the Washington Post, will discuss the application of a football . principle to any business organization at the meeting of the San Francisco Advertising Club Wednesday. Bernard, a director of the Adver-. tising Club Of Washington and th N9ttfmi Press Club, will speak on "The Job Ahead." William B, Ryan will presida over the luncheon. 7 FOOT U WEl&IEItm AGAIN- 10 DAYS ONLY This Remarkable Offer We Will Give 5& fc IfiJ k.1 o r- b m -w -w rive ocuriiD Foot Treatments for Only TrealmenU Will Consul of ... 1. COMPLETE CHIROPODY cmVSIU 2. FOOT AND LEG MASSAGE S. FOOT MANIPULATION 4. MEDICATED HEAT TREATMENT . 5. PHYSIO-THERAPY TREATMENT CAIICkl ADUCC DIRECTLY responsible for practically an rL.l.tro MrntJ loot trouble BEWARE ot ao-called Rheumatism U you ara nirterlnc with aching feet. If your feet are out of alignment, Sour entire body la out of balance. Fallen arches cause many Ills euch as euritl. Arthritis. Backaches Nervous. Exhaustion and general fatigue. If muscles become weakened they can no longer support the arches bones rotate out of position, pinching nerves, binding blood vessels and impeding circulation. The entire foot becomes deranged and tensloned strain Is the result, causing leg and body pains REMEMBER . . . you cannot enjoy foot comfort without strong, healthy muscles. ARCHES MADE FROM INDIVIDUAL IMPRESSIONS. RELIEF GUARANTEED. j SPECIAL FLUOROSCOPIC X-Rsy of Both Feet 11 Ixtrs Ne Guess Work Positirs Facts DR. ALEC AMUIGIf I D.S.C. Orthopedic Chiropodist 8 Xears in Oakland Suite 303-4 Tapscott Bldg. 1916 Broadway, near Capwell's, Oakland HOURS: 9 to 5:31). Evening by appointment. Ph. TE mplebar 5631 FREE CONSULTATION NURSE IN ATTENDANCE ,r ON OUR APPROVED CREDIT PLAN You DON'T Need CASH IN ALL ITS BRANCHES YOUR WORK DONE NOW! Ll Lai Kidney and bladder disorders are on the increase here, in the opinion of Fred G. Nopel, local druggist. "It is my belief that the speed and tension of modern methods of living excess of concentrated forms of food too much meat, sugar and spices in the diet and last, but by no means least, use of alcoholic beverages seem to have brought about an increase in the number of my customers who seek relief from kidney-bladder irritations," he said. "During the 35 years that I have been a pharmacist the last eleven years operating my own drug store right here in Oakland I have noted how many people have suffered from kidney-bladder trouble for years before it was discovered. This is because the kidneys are hidden organs they cannot be seen, heard or felt like the lungs, heart, throat, eyes, etc. Yet they may be the foundation Sar broken health and chronic suffering. ' "According to the writings of some physicians, Irritated kidneys may produce a multitude of symp toms and indirectly affect the entire body. Bladder symptoms are more evident and the bladder only may be treated, yet if one feels weak nervous or unnatural and the blad der is weak it is likely that the kidneys are feeble and are causing the bladder weakness instead of the other way around. "Commonest symptoms of kidney bladder irritations are pains that may be felt all over the body, emanating from thf small of the back. These Dains may extend to the liver, stomach and groins. If n ter-son feels listless, apathetic, indiffer- ent, with a face pale and sickly, ' with bluish circles under the eyes, is subject to attacks of dizziness or fainting spells. It may be due to irritation of the kidneys and. bladder. "Kidney-bladder pains are iften mistaken for arthritis and rheumatism as they may radiate to shhul-der, arms, fingers, legs and feet. Swelling of the finger joints may even take place. Intense weariness and lameness of the legs after walking a sort distance is another symrrto!. 'St'tchinT pain'1' mav be felt m the nc'' and bprK Th heels mav nain as if ulcrted ?"d piw may be felt in the balls of the feet in stepping. "Mild symptoms, when taken in and early enough, can often ba re- .Am FRED O. NOPEL lieved with simple home remedies but neglected kidney-bladder irritations may run into nephritis or Bright's disease for which there is no known self-medication of any acknowledged value. If nephritis is known or suspected a doctor's personal care is essential. "The difference between imple irritations of the kidneys and bladder and serious organic disease-can only be determined after a thorough examination by a competent physician. However, many persons who have had medical examinations and been pronounced free of organic disease of their kidneys have reported splendid results to me in the relief of symptoms from taking a Homeopathic preparation with which I have been familiar for more than twenty years. "This is now oA the market under the trade name of 'Nephtol Combi nation Set,' and consists of two formulas to be taken alternately for a period of one month sometimes longer. The price of the 'Nephtol Combination bet as sold at my drug store at 379 Fifteenth Street between Franklin and Webster, is $3 for a full month's supply, plus State sales tax of 9c. Delivered C.O.D. 25c extra.". WITH Sensational Gasoline Continues to Win Race After Race! pMMEttT Ilia -- . UST IS ft i.. for DR. U" No Extra Cost for Cred V Ask the racing car drivers which gasoline gives the most power and speed. They'll tell you "Golden Eagle Aviation Ethyl Gasoline." Then look at the record and you'll discover that nearly every impor tant race in the last two years has been won with Golden Eagle Gasoline! On July 4th at the Oakland Speedway 21 drivers raced 200 miles and Hal Cole, with a big Golden Eagle sign on his car, finished first Hal Cole is a great booster for Golden Eagle because he's broken records with it all over the West Last Labor Day he won the biggest race west of In-dianapclis the 500 miler with Golden Eagle in the tank. Last April 12 he established a national 500-mile speed record of 6 hours, 4 minutes. 12100ths seconds-on the Oakland Speedway and Golden Eagle Gasoline helped him make it. Years ago we announced a bet ter gasoline the highest octane gasoline in California. Motorists I A v (p . nmr - 1? 4 4s See the beautiful new plates made with Transp and tet with the new Translucent Teeth. Their natur; make detection practically impossible. They are lig strong enough to serva the hardest biters. Wearers i Dentures are particularly urged to tee samples of these They are NOT expensive. Exact price gladly quote t and you need not pay cash on our approved cr WEAR YOUR PLATES WHILE Winner ajraln! Hal Cole and his Golden Eagle Gasoline racer beat a field of 21 cars at Oakland Speedway 200-mile' race, Jnly 4th. Since changing to Golden Eagle Gasoline Hal Cole has won a score of racing victories and broken track records. quickly made this the fastest sell ing gasoline in California. Rac ing drivers eagerly tried this new gasoline and made new speed records on the racetracks' Now you'll find the leading drivers in every race using exactly the same Golden Eagle Aviation Ethyl. Gasoline that you can get for your own car at a Golden Eagle service station near you. You pay less and get more. -AVIATION c l T-r 'V-S EAGLE Oil. REFINING CO, 2927 Lower Road, Castro Valley UIm- .;L!l4 TBinidad 77M fx, PRICES your Denfi Materials I al beauty itweight yet - : F older-type new Plates. " in advance Jit plan. . PAYIKO m Advi Quotttl f Hon, anct! o D F s . 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