Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on August 20, 1926 · Page 21
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 21

Oakland, California
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Friday, August 20, 1926
Page 21
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,3 FRIDAY EVENING J, a&IanU Crlbtme : AUGUST 20, 1925 IJOflfllS PLffl GO. ORGANIZED WITH COLLMlfJ AS HEAD William CavaIier and Ira Abraham Named Vice-Presidents of Body. Tha Morris Plan ....company.. e-t Alameda county was launched here yesterday. It will bring to tha 4 WRoay ma national system or Industrial banking operating in 111 American cities. Tha organisation meeting waa neia in ine oinces or jr. M. Ray, and waa attended by leaders In juastDay nnanclal, Industrial and commercial circles who will par ticipate as stocKnoiders. At yesterday's meetlnc tha fol lowing officers and directors were cnosen: ; Directors James Schlesinger, Ice-president B. F.. Schlesinger & Sons; E. M. TUden, president Til-den Lumber company; Frank W. Frost, secretary and treasurer, Key System Transit company; Charles Truman, Truman Undertaking company; u. jacooy, vice-presl- oent American bank; Fred B. Rich ardson, vice-president and cash ler First National bank: Ira Ahm. ham, executive vice-president and general manager Oakland Title f n-urance and Guarantee company; - William Cavalier, president William Cavalier & co., and president of Associated Charities; F. A. Coll-man, president Morris Plan com pany of San Francisco; F. M. Ray, wner of tha Ray building, and ' president of the Uptown association, Frank A. Fletcher, land 'agent, board of education, Oakland; John F. Hassler, cashier, Central. National bank, Oakland. Officers President, Frank Coll-fcnan; vice-president, William Cavalier; vice-president, Ira Abraham; secretary and treasurer, F. M. Ray. .,- ..-.... ' , JSerkeley Engineer I Dies of Pneumonia BERKELEY, Aug. 20. Following a two days' illness of pneu-Inonia, George H. Eveland, 84, Electrical engineer, died last night at Alta Bates sanitarium. Eve-land, whose home was at 1783 Marin avenue, was electrical engineer for the Feather River Power company and formerly with the Pacific Gas and Electric company, f and production manager for tne ' Pelton Water Wheel company. He was a graduate of the University of Colorado, r Eveland is survived by a widow, Mrs. Hester Eveland, and three children, George Jr., 10; Betty, 6, and Mary. Lou, 2. His mother, Mrs. C. B. Mallette, is en route to Eerkeley from Iowa and funeral service arrangements will await her arrival Sunday, " Paulen Renominated By Largest Plurality TOPEKA. Kas., Aug. 20 MP) Governor Ben 6. Paulen won the Republican renomination with the largest plurality given any candidate in the August 8 primary, while Jonathan M. Davis, former governor, was nominated by the Demo crats with the smallest pluralltyJ on the state ticket. . The official count today gave Paulen a majority of 162,449 over Golden B. Davis, and showed Jona than M. Davis ahead of Donald Muir by only 627 votes. Pasadena Woudl Quit City Manager Plan PASADENA, Aug. 20. 0W Pe litions seeking a change in Pasa dena's form' of municipal govern ment from the city manager plan to the mayor and council system were being circulated here today in order to place the proposal on the general election ballots In November. Continued strife and discord among the present city directors is tha chief argument for the change advanced by the Citizens' Union League, which is sponsoring the iWhen the Fightiiig Fleet Game In Cutting through die early morning fog off the Golden Gate like a gray wraith, the armored cruiser SEATTLE (at top), flagship of the battle fleet, preceded the main body of warships into the. bay this morning. Center scene shows the activity aboard the vessels of war as sailors holystoned the decks to a glistening whiteness in preparation for the visit At bottom, a glimpse of the happiest moment in ' a -ailor's day mess time, . - h 4 & r v 711 SHIPS GIVEN ETO WEiGOM Bn (Continued From Page I.) Admiral It. McNamee. commanding destroyer squadrons. Destroyer squadron 11 Msl villa, tender, and Decatur, squadron leader; division 10, Houdy and Boyen; division SI, Perclval, J. F Burnes, Farragut, Somers, Zellln; division 81, Stoddard, Reno, Far-quhar, ' Thompson, Kennedy, Paul Hamilton. Destroyer squadron 12 Altair, nder; Litchfield, squadron leader; division 84, Tarborough, Lavallette, Wood, Shirk. Kidder; division 85, Marcus, Marvine, Chase, Robert Smith, Mullany; division 88, Mac-Donough, Farenholt, Sumner, Corry, Melvln. Submarine divisions - Division 12, 64, S, 87, 88, 89; division 11, 824, S26. S27, 628, 829, 833; tend ers Savannah and Ortolan. Eagle division No. 1 Eagles 35, 47 and 18. Aircraft squadron Carrier Lang- ley and tender Aroostook. Train Medusa, Relief, Kanawha, Neches, Cuyama, Procyon and Arctic. EAhL WARRENTO ADDRESS FORUM Iff X i-M Earl Warren, district attorney of Alameda county, will erak before Tha Oakland' Forum Monday at 10:80 a, ra. in tha Rosa room of Hotel Oakland on "L a w Enforcement in Alameda County." This lecture Is given under tha supervision of .the commitee on ef ficiency In gov-ernment. ' a branch of the study rand re- s e a r cTi depart- m e n t of The Oakland Forum. Dr. Pauline S. Nusbaumer, a di rector of The WABBEV. Forum, will preside. On account of the Importance ot this subject of "Law Enforcement" The Forum has opened this meeting to the general public Lots of furniture bargains un der "Household Goods." U. C. Professors InventWay to Weld Pipe Line BERKELET. Aug. 20. Thanks ttt the inventive genius of two Uni versity of California professors, the Mokelumne pipe lino of the East Bar Water District is now being constructed at a lower cost and with less likelihood of leakage than was heretofore thought pocsible. Last May all attempt to weld the huge lengths of pipe. 65 Inches in diameter, were abandoned because of .excessive expansion and contraction In pipe of such larga Mprvlni, fnfHtV. At th6 inVlta- tlon of the board Of directors and the chief engineer of tne Monei-nmni m.Aiit YrnfASHrr T.. T. Jones nr tviA nhvalna 1 AnAPtment and Dr. W. S. Weeks, associate professor of mining, were caned in. j Professors Jones and Weeks stud-m tvi itreiiHi tn which the nine line was subjected, daily momevent of the pipe, ana tne metauograpny of the welds. Aa result, they Vistva Vinnri,1 n a. renort on their survey revealing a mean of eliminating the worst stresses. They have developed a steel alloy which lends Itself better to the welding than any heretofore used. The more expensive method of riveting tha pipes together will be discarded In consequence. It is announced. Mil LEAPS OFF FERRY SAVE 0 Rescued from the bay lsrti nil Rescued from he bay la?', night by Joseph Roja, IS14H Buh street, who witnessed her ' leap from tha Key System ferry Bsn, Leandrn, Mlas Emma Todd, 47 1624 Fifth avenue, ts today recovering at tha Oakland Emergency hospital. The ferry wag nearlng tha Oakland pier on Its 7 o'clock trip last evening when Miss Todd left tb Side f her - sister, Mrs. Wi H. Robertson, with whom she resides. and leaped Into the bay from tha ' lower deck. Roja, a local theater Janitor, leaped In after the woman -He seized her by the clothing and struggled with her In the water for ten minutes until both were dragged into a lifeboat. i - Miss Todd was revived at tba- Emergency hospital. According to . her eister, Misa Todd has been 111: for some time and suffering from melancholia. Shi had recently been returned from a sanitarium -near Russian river, Mrs. Robortson - said. ' V e . Lots cf furniture bargains an- 1 der "Household Goods." i ' f ii i . i - r - rz V r I .tfffi .; -xs H -i 'J r V J- ipr Fraternal Congress Picks Year's Officers BUFFALO, K , T., Aug. 20. (A) John C. Snyder, Crawfordsvllle, Ind., supreme chief of the supreme tribe of Ben Hur, was elected president of the National Fraternal Congress of America. Sidney H. Pipe, Toronto, Ont.,- president of the Independent Order of Foresters, was chosen vice-president. Snyder succeeds Bina M. West, Port Huron, Mich. RICH ATTORNEY FOUND SLAIN , MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 30 OP) Walter Richardson, 35, wealthy real estate operator and attorney, was found dead with his throat slashed and a small penknife by his side In his home today. it" trVMWtlirfiilliritflM L, A. Asks Daylight Saving Straw Vote LOS ANGELES, Aug. 20. P) The city council yesterday requested the county board of supervisors to submit the daylight saving proposal for next summer to a "straw vote" at the November general election. A previous request to place the proposal on the primary election ballots this month was held to be in violation of the state election law. Truck C rank Cuts Chauffeur in Face BAKERSFIELD, Aug.' 20. OP) Roy Sharp of Santa Barbara was brought to a local -hospital from Tehachapl, where he had cut his face Just above the right eye -when the crank of the truck which he was cranking slipped and struck him In the face. The Injury is not serious, nurses at the hospital' reported. . . 'Rain,9 'Cloud Prove Burglar at Window BERKELEY, Aug. 20. Hollis Thompson, 1417 Gilman street, president of the Berkeley Safety Traffic commission, awoke early this morning and decided that it was raining and that the elouds were coming in his window. After a couple of good shakes he dis covered that the "rain" waa the rattling of a window screen, 'and the "cloud" escaped. waa a burglar, who August iJ Saturday 1 r r m MtMO rS steps-- nothing but steps Who runs up and down them all day stoking the fire? 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