Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, May 22, 1957 SMALL TALK By Syms Senior Speakers for U.C. Dr. E. W. Burgess to Head U.C Business Extension School Board to Open Bids for Manzanita School Jobs Commencement Named BERKELEY, May '22 Dr. Eugene W. Burgess, former vice president of General Mills and , Assistant Secretary of Commerce, has been named head of the University of California's . Business Administration Extension. for the National Planning As V BERKELEY, May 22 Two Miss Houton has maintained a B-plus average as a physical education major. She p a member of Phi Beta Kappa Jionor society and Chi Omega sorority. Hall, who also has averaged B-plus as a political science major, is a representative on the ASUC executive board and. a sociation's studies on "U. S. Bids on major addition to when the additions are completed. School food service employees asked that they be given the same percentage salary raise that is granted to other non-teaching employees next year. About 50 school lunchroom students have been named to Business Performance Abroad." Manzanita Elementary Schoo deliver the senior class addresses He lives at 1311 Devonshire; will be opened by the Board of at the 94th annual University of California commencement exer Drive, El Cerrjto. Education June 25. ,' The board yesterday approved plans for the project, fourth in the city's $40,000,000 school building program. , New additions will include 15 rooms, a cafeteria and administrative office. When completed and equipped, the new facilities are expected to cost about $609,-640. ' The school, including older buildings at the 2409 East 27th St. site, will house 856 pupils Auto Industry cises. They will be held at 2:30 p.m. cm June 7 in Memorial Stadium. There are auto or assembly . Dr. Burgess has been serving plants in 41 of the states as visiting professor of industrial, relations at U. C. for the The students are Ann Van Houton, 21, of Santa Cruz, and managers now earn from $2,130 to $3,754 per year. Another 190 member of the editorial staff of past two years. Prior to that he taught at Lehigh University, Now Science Finds, Proof Of 58 More Effective Laxative Thin All Other Types TssUd IxwiIidk ductora in promiiwnt madiol rnnUT, toalinf 7 l-aiin laiativra. prova Dr. Kdwartl' Olive Tahiti 6H' mora rirrctiva than nther lynee twtM. I'hvuu'mrj'i pur ll-vm'Ulil fwmula woraa mainlv in louer bowel afttr food la , ahanrlwd. for temporary I'onalKwIMHi, . demand )rr fcdwarda' Oliya lubleta. "Just keep saying 'I'm the "'" "' M.rr.r i.ier.ruee .. better man' and you'll win "Yes ... but you know whet the fight." , ir I am , . ." Stuart C. Hall, 21, of San Jose. Miss Houton and Hall will share the platform with Presi cafeteria workers ' earn from $1.22 to $1.72 per hour. Each 1 the Daily Californian. Also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa the University of Illinois, George Washington University per cent raise granted 'would dent Robert Gordon Sproul and Dr. Claik Kerr, Berkeley cam scholastic honor society, Hall has lived at Bowles Hall, university and the Massachusetts Insti tute of Technology. cost the school district about $3,850, Arthur C. Pok'oi riy, assistant business manager, said. man reported that a bill by Sen. Arthur H. Breed 'Jr., which woirld allow the school system to use about $950,000 now. tied up in a special retirement fund is awaiting Gov. Goodwin J Knight's signature. pus chancellor, who will deliver men s residence hall. Both seniors received scholar In addition to his duties with the commencement address and the university, Dr. Burgess, wi! Board member William Hoff- farewell to eraduates. ships during their college careers. continue as director of research 12 .8 - ' ' - T V ' 1TT1 -'. I miJlIP III ISHOPPHIG'S EASY ' . UWtD uu u YXtJ r. .. 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