Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington (2024)

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4-inch bishop, the Rt. Rev. Russell S. Hubbard, took a group of students from St. George's preparatory school to Mount Spokane for an afternoon of skiing.

spiritual leader of the 51 parishes and missions of the Episcopal missionary district of Spokane, Bishop Hubbard a busy schedule which might tax less hardy man (his 250 pounds are well distributed over a large frame), Schedule Busy He's found it a little hard to sandwich in some recreation between conducting much confirmation classes, preaching, visiting parishes in the district, arranging and conducting district convocatons and attending national meetings. But the bishop loves sports and finds that a few hours of recreation will help relieve some of the pressures of his religious duties. When Bishop Hubbard first visited Spokane, in December, 1953, a few months prior to taking over the bishop's position here, he expressed delight over the recreational facilities available that time, he expressed a wish, too, that he might get in a little skiing, hunting and fishing. Sports are not new to the sturdy 53-year-old bishop; he was on the football and swimming teams at Harvard university. Bishop Hubbard "never spares himself a minute," according to his secretary, but he has learned how to relax.

Stamps Collected Besides his three favorite sports, he may putter around with his stamp collection, or he may do a little cabinet or iron work in the "COPTER FIGURES IN GAME COUNT RIGGINS. Idaho, Feb. on the Snake river will be surveyed next month by helicopter because airplanes move too fast to obtain accurate counts. Bert McConnell wildlife commission checker, today after completing a flight from Brownlee to Rogersburg. He was accompanied by Ace Barton in a Johnson Flying Service plane from McCall.

McConnell said the wildlife commission has used helicopters successfully in big game counts in other parts of the west. The Rodeo cafe, closed several months, has been leased to Mr. Nim Urie, Challis. Jimmy Bedel, So and Mrs. Bedel, who has been tients seriously ill, has been taken to Salt Lake City for possible surgery, his parents reported today.

Mrs. Lones Meek has been elected president St. Jerome's society. Other officers include Mrs. Ben Johnson, vice president, and Mrs.

William Rooney, secretary-treasurer. DANA TO ADDRESS LEWISTON DINNER LEWISTON. Idaho, Feb. Marshall N. Dana, chairman of the Lewis and Clark highway committee of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, will be principal speaker at the Lewiston chamber's annual banquet February 23 at the Lewis-Clark hotel.

Patrons Meet LEWISTON, Idaho. Feb. public meeting to discuss expansion plans for Tammany class school will be held at 8 p. m. tomorrow in the school building.

on Spokane Ski Trail Bishop Russell S. Hubbard takes time out for skiing. basem*nt workshop at his home, S1120 Wall. Bishop Hubbard also likes to spend a quiet evening in the company of his wife and their 10-yearold daughter, Jill. Their only son, Rusty, is a freshman at Stanford university and their three older daughters are married.

The bishop has three grandchildren. By means of another hobby, photography, the bishop is able to combine business and pleasure. As he travels throughout he district, on an average of about 25.000 miles a year, Bishop Hubbard takes both color slides and black and white snapshots. He has BRIDGE REQUESTED FOR FISHER CREEK ASOTIN, Feb. county commissioners yesterday took under advisem*nt a request by Don Fouste and Jack Tippett for construction of a bridge at the mouth of Fisher creek at Spangler place near the Snake river.

Highway engineer William Johnson suggested that any bridge there be a concrete structure. The commisisoners accepted a bid by Insurance company of Clarkston for a comprehensive public liability policy for Asotin county. Barclay's bid was $937.16. The only other bid was $1217.35 by R. E.

Floch of Anatone. Asotin county commissioners took under advisem*nt a complaint by Chauncey Knoll that dirt was, being piled on his property near Clarkston. The commissioners will meet February 15 to consider a proposal to lease an old gravel pit in Vineland. EIGHT CHILDREN TO GET ESTATE LEWISTON, Idaho, Feb. petition to distribute the Ben Huggins estate to eight children was filed in Nez Perce county probate court yesterday.

Huggins, a Lewiston dairy and creamery, operator, died September leaving an estate valued at $207,337.04. The estate became involved in litigation which was taken to the Idaho supreme court. DEADLINE SATURDAY ASOTIN, Feb. is the deadline for registering for Asotin's March 13 election. City Clerk Ed Bucholz says all voting will be at the city hall.

Asotin residents will elect city council members and school directors. darkroom in the basem*nt of his home. Outdoors Enjoyed The camping program of the Spokane district, carried on at Camp Cross at McDonald point, Coeur d'Alene lake, gives the bishop greater opportunities to work with young to enjoy outdoor living. He managed to squeeze in a little fishing last fall before attending the Idaho district convocation at Salmon and he did a litle skiing earlier this winter in the Chelan area while on a visitation said. IDAHO TO START CLIMB TO BLACK BOISE.

Feb. 7. -The state government passed the high water mark of a temporary cash shortage today and prepared to start bailing itself out of the red. State Treasurer Ruth Moon said her office Friday would recall registered warrants worth $2,000,000 the first IOUs of a $7,000,000 debt the state has built up in Boise since last summer. But it will be necessary to register another $1,000,000 in warrants to cover expenses during the coming month, she added.

Mrs. Moon said she hopes that revenue will be great enough this spring for her to retire the remaining $6,000,000 by the middle of May. If this is not possible, she added. the state remain in the red for a long time because of a $3,500,000 bill for school aid which falls due July 10. SCS Leaders Meet ASOTIN, Feb.

unit conservationist Charles Limeberry of Asotin will attend a staff conference of the soil conservation service Thursday and Friday at Walla Walla. Limeberry plans to leave February 18 for San Luis Obispo, to enroll in a month-long course at a soil conservation service training center. PARISH DATES DANCE LEWISTON, Idaho, Feb. Lady of Lourdes parish will have its annual prelenten semiformal ball Saturday evening at the LewisClark hotel. City News in Brief Public Records ST.

FRANCIS Cabrini guild of PIANO BUYERS: It isn't the St. Patrick's Catholic church will discount you get, it's what's left to meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the pay. Service, Quality, Integrity.

home of Mrs. Clara Pugh, E1425 Wylie Piano E7904 Glass (ValBismark, with Mrs. Robert F. ley). Blindauer assisting.

BACK AND RIB injuries were MENDELSSOHN CLUB, Good- suffered yesterday by Allie C. Auswill Industries Benefit concert, St. tin. N5312 Jefferson, in a fall from Paul's Methodist church, N1620 a ladder at his home, an emerMonroe, 8:15 p. Feb.

13. gency hospital report said. No admission. Goodwill offering handi- VIOLETS FOR FEBRUARY, benefit cafeteria fund for capped series! Now available at Inland bone china "Cup-of-the-Month" SPOKANE Lutheran Men's club Hardware, E1802 -Adv. will have a dinner meeting at 6:15 CITY COUNCIL yesterday afterp.

m. tomorrow at Bethany and noon granted the Manito Lutheran church, DeSmet Lions Pittsburg. club permission to place posters on downtown lampposts calling atMEMBERS of the Spokane Prac- tention to the coming auto show tical Nurses' association at" to be sponsored by the club. will meet Thursday evening at 7:45 the ROOM SERVICE Desert hotel. Mrs.

Esther Peter-, caris in charge of reservations. pets. Have them professionally son cleaned. R. E.

Owes Rug Uphl. BETHANY Lutheran Ladies' aid Cleaners. will meet at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow at the church with Mrs.

Martin EMERGENCY hospital treatment was given Thomas V. Cross, Bang as hostess. 2. W3618 Heroy, yesterday afternoon after the boy drank lighter THE WEATHER fluid. (By U.

S. Weather Bureau) YOUR ADVERTIsem*nT placed Sunset tonight, 4:59 p. rises sunrise tomorrow. to- in this column will enter over morrow. 7:06 a.

m. Moon 5:09 a. sets. 2:14 p. m.

000 homes each day. Phone MAearly Spokane-Cloudy morning valley with fog: late no night important 3321-Ext. temperature change. Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho INVOLVED in a traffic accident Cloudy with much night and morning valley fog through tomorrow. little temper- in the 600 block on East Indiana ature change.

Expected low tonight. 8 to 18: high tomorrow. 26 to 40. yesterday afternoon, Rita M. Montana, west of the continental divide- Meeks, 34.

N5727 Alameda. sufFair with some local valley fog tonight; expected low. 10 to 15. Mostly fair with fered shock. emergency hospital little temperature change tomorrow: expected high.

30 to 40. stewards reported. Five-Day Forecast Temperatures slightly below normal with highs averaging VALLEY TIRE SERVICE, 5- from Precipitation 30 to 40 light, and lows from mostly 12 to 25. minute flat repair, tubeless occurring as or few SNOW flurries about Saturdey. ular.

E8213 Sprague. WA-8261. Ad. Highest temperature during last 24 hours, lowest temperature last 24 night, and BURGLARY of her home and rain or melted snow during last hours. ending at 4:30 a.

theft of a woman's watch valued H. L. P. H. SPOKANE Havre 37 21 .00 $250 and $5 from a purse was Geiger.

Downtwn 30 28 21 23 Helena City 38 40 25 30 .01 .00 reported to police yesterday aftergive Albarque 42 25 .00 Kans Lewiston noon by Mrs. Dan C. Mulrine, ual- Anchrge 27 22 .03 Los Angls 65 46 .00 Atlanta 58 32 .30 Miami 76 65 S3328 Division. at Burns Billings 41 30 30 5 .00 Minnpls Missoula 39 22 35 .00 YOUR WESTERN STORE, Star Boise 33 18. .00 Orls 63 41.00 .00 Boston 37 32 1.35 New York 42 35 1.19 Leather Co.

All riding equipment, Buffalo Chicago 34 38 32 .12 .46 Portland Pendleton 36 34 20 .00 leathercraft supplies headquarters, Colville 32 San Frn 40 00 leather gifts. W1018 Sprague. Adv. Denver 42 22 Seatle 42 38 01 Ephrata 27 10 888-8 Tueson 56 40 Ellensbre 32 24 St. Louts 38 30 00 PROMPT FURNITURE RECOV.

Fairbanks -9 -29 Walla WIl 32 19 00 ERING, new fabrics! Expert work. Grangevll T-Trace. 39 25 Wn. D.C. 38 34 99 Quality W224 CORONER ORDERS INQUEST TONIGHT IN FATAL MISHAP SANDPOINT, Idaho, Feb.

7. Coroner Edison Stidwell has called an inquest tonight at into the flaming traffic accident in which a University Idaho student died near Athol Sunday night. The inquest will be held at the Moon funeral chapel. Dean C. Stoll, 20, a student from Bonners Ferry, was pulled alive from his burning vehicle, but died a short time later.

G. H. Solfield, White Rock, B. driver of the empty auto-transport carrier which collided head-on with Stoll's car, is in Bonner General hospital with severe burns and leg injuries. His condition described as good.

Services Are Set Private funeral services for Dean Charles Stoll, 20, Bonners Ferry sophom*ore at the University of Idaho, who was killed Sunday night in an automobile accident, will be at 2 p. m. tomorrow at Hazen Jaeger's. The Rev. W.

B. Nelson of Bonners Ferry will officiate. Burial will be in Riverside Park cemetery here. A Dean Charles Stoll educational fund is being set up at the First National bank, Bonners Ferry, his parents said, and persons who wish contribute to it instead of ing flowers. Dean is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. H. E. Stoll, Bonners Ferry. He also is survived by two sisters, Mrs.

W. J. Warner, Seattle, and Mrs. Lois Duke, Spokane, and his uncles and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

Elton O. Deno, Spokane, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dean Brown, Coulee City. He was a member of Bonners Ferry Methodist church and Delta Chi fraternity at the university.

Stoll was killed in an accident near Athol, Idaho, in which flaming gasoline set fire to a car and two trucks. His car collided head on with an empty carrier driven by H. Solfield of auto White Rock, B. C. SPEECH-HEARING HELPIS OFFERED: GRANGEVILLE, Idaho, Feb.

7. (P -Margaret Rainey, Boise, speech therapist for the Crippled Children's Society of Idaho, is holding speech-hearing clinics for school in Idaho county under sponsorship of Grangeville JayC-Ettes. Her itinerary is being planned by Eleanor Ferguson, county health nurse. Clinics for speech may be held in Idaho county during the summer if checkups show the need, Miss Rainey said today. Cold weather has curtailed building permits in Grangeville with only two issued since uary 1.

Kenneth Stowers will build a $4000 home on Hill street and John D. Spencer will build a $400 garage. Ayers-Foust Co. yesterday reported the sale of the Charles Stroup dwelling on South College street to Mr. and Mrs.

Donald Ruzicka. A tract of Indian allotment timber was sold yesterday to Oscar Carpenter, Lewiston Orchards, for $2519. The tract is four miles west of Ferdinand. Unemployment in Idaho and winter's this week 244 counties, moved near, the active applications for jobs and 278 active unemployment claims, Granger Longstroth, employment office manager, said today. have been rolling to sawmills over frozen roads, but there is little other outdoor activity, he said.

Idaho national guardsmen and members of the Order DeMoiay are building an indoor rifle range in the basem*nt of the Asker building for use by both organizations and other young people, Sgt. Cliff Zolber said today. The Idaho County Taxpayers league has reelected W. J. Crea, president, and Roy Green vice president.

Directors include Virginia Ketcham, Grangeville; Tim Waide, Kamiah: Francis Nuxoll, Greencreek, and Justin Smith, Joseph-Boles. Horace Parker, Grangeville, was named secretary-treasurer. Crea said a membership drive will be launched. Dues were cut from $5 to $1 a year. Slight Snow Noted in Cascade Passes Only on Stevens pass did any snow come down during the last 24 hours and only a trace was observed there, the Inland Automobile association reported Nevertheless, motorists planning to cross any passes should have chains handy, the IAA said.

Its full report follows: SNOQUALMIE-Overcast, temperature from 20 inches miles of east snow, to four miles west 32, 126 road icy in spots of summit. BLEWETT-Clear, temperature 17, inches of snOw, compact snow and ice from Blewett junction to Iron creek. WHITE-Scattered clouds, temperature 20, 120 inches of snow. compact snow and ice from three miles west of summit to Indian creek SATUS-Scattered clouds, temperature 24, 22 inches of snow, road icy in spots. STEVENS- Snowing lightly, temperature 28, inches of snow, snow and ice in places from 17 miles cast to six miles west of summit.

SHERMAN-Clear. temperature 25, 54 inches of snow. compact and ice from Republic to Kettle Falls bridge. Estate Appraised ASOTIN, Feb. property in the estate of Mrs.

Anna, Dyck Claassen was appraised $179,421.82. Mrs. Claassen, a Clarkston resident, was killed in an automobile accident ir Whitman county last December 1. The estate was bequeathed to the surviving husband. William Bernhard Claassen.

Former Livestock Buyer Succumbs on Idaho Farm COTTONWOOD, Idaho, Feb. Baer, 80, known for years as a livestock buyer for Spokane and Portland sales yards, died unexpectedly Sunday night at his farm home one mile west of here. His body was found yesterday. Mr. Baer, born February 26, 1875, at Trenton, was educated Salisbury, and came west when 19 years old.

He immediately entered the livestock buying business and was active until 1927. was married in 1910 to Lillie Mae Hollandsworth of Cottonwood. They lived at Cottonwood from 1910 until 1919, moving to Lewiston. In 1927 they returned to purchase a ranch near here. Mrs.

Baer died in 1932. Mr. was a member of the Elks lodge at Grangeville. He is survived daughter, Mrs. Ray Holes, Grangeville; 0 son, Col.

John W. Baer, with the, air force in Japan; two brothers, Joseph Baer, Seattle, and Pete Baer, Salisbury, two sisters, Mrs. Martin Bertch and Mrs. Rose Levin, both of Salisbury, and by five grandchildren. The the Robertson funeral home at Grangeville.

Clarence V. Casey WHITE BIRD, Idaho, Feb. Funeral services are being arranged for Clarence V. Casey, 61, who was found dead at his cabin near here Saturday. He had been in poor health for the last year and was found by a neighbor.

Sheriff Bud Taylor, Grangeville, said death was from natural causes. Mr. Casey was a retired miner. Several years ago he worked in the Mullan area. He was born August 2, 1894, at Kalispell, Mont.

He was married May 11, 1918 at Cascade to Ida Kooskia. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. June Cummings, McCall; Mrs. Mabel Dixon, San Jose, Calif. and Mrs.

M. A. Rowland, McCall; two sons, Patrick Casey, Camp Irwin, and Milton Casey, McCall, and one brother, Earl Casey, Boise. body is at the Ailor funeral parlors at Grangeville. William R.

Wyett WALLACE, Idaho, Feb. R. Wyett, 54, Osburn, a torman for Day Mines, Sunday evening in a local hospital after an extended illness. Mr. Wyett had lived in the district since 1947, and before that had been employed by oil companies in Oklahoma and Texas.

He is survived by his widow, Irene, four brothers and a sister. Funeral services will be held 1 p. m. Thursday from the Thornhill-Worstell chapel, the Rev. K.

Walborn officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery Kellogg. Marie Curbow WALLACE, Idaho, Feb. Marie Curbow, 52, a Wallace resident for 14 years, died Sunday in a local hospital. She was born in Boone, Iowa.

She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Victor Giroux, Smelterville; a son, Frank Brown, at the naval air station in San Diego, and a brother, Harold Cutler, Warm Springs, Mont. Funeral services will be held at p. m. tomorrow from the Thornhill-Worstell chapel, the Rev.

P. J. Ahern officiating. Burial will be in the Wallace cemetery. Conrad J.

Klock KELLOGG, Idaho, Feb. services were held this afternoon for Conrad James Klock, 56, resident of the community 36 years. The Rev. Ernest Stuchberry officiated. Cremation followed.

Joseph M. Dunn LIBBY, Feb. services were held today for Joseph Melvin Dunn, 76, Libby, who died here Saturday. He was one of Libby's pioneers, having lived here since 1917. He worked as a saw filer for the Neils Lumber company until his retirement in 1936.

Mr. Dunn was born in Winona, Wis. September 3, 1879. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge in Minneapolis, the Elks lodge in Kalispell and the Masonic lodge in Libby. He is survived by one son, Evert, Libby, and one sister, Mrs.

Julia Sukow, and one brother, Harry, both of Minneapolis. Funeral services were conducted by the Masonic lodge at the Gompf funeral home. Burial was in the Libby cemetery by the side of his wife, who died in 1935. John S. McLean COLVILLE, Feb.

Funeral services for John S. McLean, 92, a resident of eastern Washington 70 years, who died in Spokane Sunday, will be held at 1 p. m. tomorrow from Presbyterian church at Hunters, Wash. Burial will be in Hunters' Greenwood cemetery, with members of the Hunters Masonic lodge in charge at the grave.

Mr. McLean was born in Iowa and came west in the 1870s with his father who was a railroad contractor. They resided at Ainsworth, Pasco, and went to Spokane in 1879. Mr. McLean was married 4-H CLUB TO MEET DEER PARK, Feb.

7. Bits and Spurs 4-H Mare and Foal club will hold a special meeting Friday at 8 p. m. at the Masonic hall, D. F.

Hutcheson. club leader, announced today. Gilbert Heggemeier, Spokane county agent, and Larson, Spokane horse trainer, will be speakers. COSTLEY TO HOSPITAL CRAIGMONT, Idaho, Feb. 7.

William J. Costley, former state senator from Lewis and a prominent farm leader, hospitalized at Cottonwood after suffering a heart attack Saturday. Spokane Daily Chronicle, FORESTRY MEN EYE GAS FUEL, OFFICIAL SAYS PORTLAND, Feb. 7. (P) Forest industries are interested in natural gas as fuel, the Washington-Oregon Chamber of Commerce executives' conference was told today.

Ray C. Fish, board chairman of the Pacific Northwest Pipeline corporation, said that use of gas by lumber operators would save waste wood. now used as hog fuel, for manufacture as cellulose products. Potlatch Forests, which operates one of the largest pine mills in the region, already has contracted for gas as fuel for its mill and pulp plant at Lewiston, Idaho, Fish said. He reported that Northwest Pipeline would be furnishing gas from the San Juan basin to the Portland area by July.

Discussing other possible uses of gas, he said that several pilot plants now are in operation for recovery of alumina from laterite, a mineral deposit found along the Columbia river. may be used in these operations should they prove successful, he said. Len Jordan told yesterday's session that there is a more research on water resources. 50 CITY BLOCKS WILL BE PAVED COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Feb. of 50 blocks of city streets ins expected to get under way in the spring as a result of action taken last night by the city council.

The council gave final approval to the formation of paving of districts to finance the work. A new intermediate type of commercial zone, to be known as B-1- was recommended to the city council last night by the city planning commission. The zone would include commercial buildings, but would exclude taverns, second hand stores and used car lots, said Ralph Anderson, commission chairman. The city attorney was directed to prepare an ordinance for creation of the proposed zone. A petition for the formation of a sidewalk and curb district in the area around the new Coeur d' Alene high school was approved by the council.

The council delayed action on an application for a building permit for a $393,000 addition to the high school until the project is approved by the state. The city planning commission yesterday afternoon rejected an 2 application for rezoning of three lots in the 800 block on Sherman from residential to commercial. Mrs. John T. Wood reported the Associated Oil company had taken an option on the lots for a site for a service station.

KWSC Radio Schedule Tuesday Mr. Record Man; 5:30. Candlelight and Silver: 6, Reports: 6:15, Sports Final; 6:30, Inside City Hall: 6:45. Manhattan Melodies; 7, Music for You: 7:30. Ways of Mankind: 8, "Gentleman Prefer "Bride 9:30, Emile Cote Glee Club; 9:45, Sports Scoreboard: 9:50.

Reports: 10. Vespers; 11, Basketball Scoreboard: 11:05 Reports. Wednesday 6:30, Sunup Serenade: 6:45. Reports: 7, Coffee Pot Parade: 8, Reports; 8:15, Morning Almanac; 9, Bing Crosby; 9:30. Literary Music: Scrapbook; 11, Concert 9:45.

Reports; Favorites: 12, 10, Four Knights; 12:15, Reports: 12:30. Inland Empire Performance; 2:30. Psychology Program; Reports: 3:15, Reports on Europe: 3:30, Music From Interlochen; 4, Concert. Matinee; 4:50. Reports 5.

Mr. Record Man: 5:30, Candlelight and Silver: 6, Reports: 6:30, City Hall; 6:45, Manhattan Melodies; 7, Music for You: 7:30. Official Unfinished Business: 8, World of Atomic Energy: 8:30, Concert Hall: 9:30, Emile Cote Glee Club; 9:45. Sports; 9:50, Reports: 10. B.

C. C. Theater; 11. Basketball Scoreboard. Tuesday, February 1, 1956.

5 Lewiston to Vote on Sewage Bonds in 1889 and he and his bride moved to Fruitland, where he was active many years in farming and mining. He is reported to have been the original discoverer of the old Germania mine. He also served as auditor of Stevens county. He was a member of the Masonic lodge and Presbyterian church at Hunters. Survivors include five sons, Fred and Lawrence, both of Spokane: John and Leigh, both of Fruitland, and Roland, Addy, five daughters, Mrs.

Lucy Hart and Mrs. Ellen Gardner, both of Spokane: Mrs. Alida Spacek, lone, Mrs. Nellie Gardner, Clayton, and Mrs. Elizabeth Bauer, Placerville, 22 grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren.

Martha Jones CLARKSTON, Feb. Mrs. Martha Jones. 85, who lived her entire life Washington state, died 1 yesterday at a Clarkston nursing home. She had been an invalid the last nine years.

Martha Ruark was born at Brush Prairie, near Vancouver, on June 27, 1870. She lived for a few years in Walla Walla and Garfield counties before coming to Asotin county. She married John W. Jones at Pomeroy on November 2, 1886, and they farmed Clarkston flats for years. He died March 4, 1932.

Survivors include the following children: Mrs. Ruth Haworth, Clarkston; Mrs. Carrie Fish, Genesee; Mrs. Edith McNiel, Las Vegas, Ralph Jones, Clarkston: Jones, Auburn, and George Jones, Richmond, Calif. Funeral services for Mrs.

Jones will be held Thursday at 10:30 a. m. in Merchant's chapel with the Dougherty officiating. Burdens, be in Vineland cemetery. Terry Honn COLFAX, Feb.

Honn, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Honn, Benge, died last night at St. Ignatius' hospital following a long illness. He was a victim of leukemia.

The body is at Bruning's. Rosa Bell Kennedy CLARKSTON, Feb. Mrs. Rosa Bell Kennedy, 87, formerly of Clarkston, died yesterday at Vancouver, where she had lived for several years. Mrs.

Kennedy was born in Minnesota and lived at Deary, Idaho, from 1900 to 1917 when she moved to Clarkston. She left here in 1945 to live at Walla Walla, Springfield, Oregon, and finally in Vancouver. Survivors include a son, Fred Kennedy, Springfield, and daughter, Mary Shipley, Vancouver. Funeral services for Mrs. Kenn be held tomorrow at p.

m. in Merchant's chapel with Elder Paul Bartholomew of Adventist church officiating. Burial will be in Vineland cemetery beside her husband, who died in 1940. William O. McMillian LEWISTON, Idaho, Feb.

neral services for William 0. McMillian, 45, Lewiston Orchards builder, will be held Thursday at 11 a. m. in Brower-Wann chapel with the Rev. W.

W. Patterson officiating. Burial will be at Normal Hill cemetery. Mr. McMillian died Sunday evening of injuries suffered earlier in the day when he fell from a ladder while working at his home.

His head struck a concrete walk and fractured his skull. Emil Montandon ST. MARIES, Idaho, Feb. Emil Montandon, St. Maries, died yesterday of burns suffered last Thursday when fire destroyed his home.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. from the Browning funeral home here, the Rev. George Nichols of the Nazarene church officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.

Mr. Montandon, born 1881, in Switzerland, came to this vicinity in 1886 and attended school in the area's first log schoolhouse. He later attended preparatory classes at the University of Idaho. Survivors include his widow, Ethel, whom he married here in 1915: two sisters, Mrs. Clara Nevin, St.

Maries, and Mrs. Ruth Platner, Lewiston, and a brother, Charles A. Montandon, Brighton, Colo. $170.000 VALUE SET FOR ESTATE COLFAX, Feb. estate of Mrs.

Magdacommunity, of Uniontown was appraised at $170,919 in a report filed yesterday for the state tax commission. Appraisers were Dan Downen, Carl Ricard and E. J. Dahm. Marguerite Reisenauer, Colton, left a $71,540 estate, appraised by Howard Finch, C.

M. Busch and George Druffel. Edna S. Emerson left a $66,899 community estate including land in the Pullman-Moscow district. Making the appraisers' report yesterday were J.

A. Graham, Don Keifer and Emil Pike. Geiger on Agenda City Airport Manager Herbert Ballo will discuss the city's plans for expansion of Geiger field at a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce aviation committee tomorrow noon in Spokane hotel. More than $4,000,000 would be spent at the field within the next 10 years if the long-range plan of the city is carried out. LEWISTON, Idaho, Feb.

7- Lewiston city council was told last night by a finance company spokesman that a proposed sew. ag disposal bond issue should be set at about $600,000. and that interest and amortization would cost the owner of a $15,000 house. about $19 a year for 20 years. James G.

Frazer of Pacific Northwest company of Seattle and Spokane explained the financial report to the city. The council is planning to submit the bond issue to city voters in June. The bonds would finance, a sewage disposal plant. Lewiston has come under much pressure from Idaho, and federal healthington.Oregon cease dumping raw sewage into: the Snake river. a Born in Spokane hospitals during the 24- hour period ended at 9 a.

m. Tuesday, February 7. 1956: Fairchild Air Force Base To Airman and Mrs. William L. Webster.

W3214 Fourteenth, girl. To and Mrs. Boykin Morris. 9302 California, Fairchild. boy.

To Airman and Mrs. William L. Gerard. N2709 Wall. boy, S628 Hatch, girl.

To Army Sic. and Mrs. Arnold V. Dorris. Airman and Mrs.

Richard w. Krauel. N4818 Lee. girl. 9039 Nebraska, girl.

To Airman and Mrs. Noble Jones. To Airman and Mrs. Virgil J. Meimer.

W2209 Pacific. girl. Deaconess To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nible, E4605 Second, girl.

To Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson. W723 Fifteenth, girl. To Mr.

and Mrs. John F. Lloyd. Greenacres, girl. Mr.

and Mrs. David R. Graham. Trentwood. girl.

Sacred Heart To Mr. and Mrs. James T. Migaki. S516 Cowley, boy.

To Mr. and Mrs. John Schiffner, W917 Fourteenth, girl. To Mr. and Mrs.

Lester Crooks, E402 Providence, boy. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hanson.

E3026 Twenty boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lang. Dishman.

girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jassman, MarJin. girl.

To Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Nunce, N3310 Woodruff, girl. St.

Luke's To Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nogle, N5603 F. boy. To Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Lonely, W907 Augusta, girl. BUILDING PERMITS CITY Doerschlag Svenson. W433 Twentyfirst: residence. $36.000 Our Lary of Lourdes, W1115 Riverside: church addition.

$20.000. Robert E. Taylor, E1608 Dalton: residence. $10.000 Eldon C. Taylor.

E1602 Dalton: resiI dence. $12.000. LIBBY WOMAN IDAHO SPEAKER SANDPOINT, Idaho, Feb. Mrs. Robert F.

Herrig. Libby, junior past president of the Montana Federation of Women's Clubs and library chairman of the general federation was guest speaker: at the Civic club meeting. Her address. "It Does Make a Difference." stressed how important a person's attitude is and that action must be preceded by knowledge. The individual must first become aware of act accordingly, she said.

Mrs. Harry Davenport will present a book review for the March 5 meeting of the club. A spring style show will be held in mid-March, said chairman Mrs. Paul Jeppson. Confab Workers Set A report of the planning mittee was given by Mrs.

Floyd: Schwin, chairman, on the committees appointed for the district and state convention of the Idaho Federation of Women's Clubs. scheduled here May 3, 4, 5. Mrs. Arthur Kalk is cochairman. Committees are: Publicity, Mrs.

Ross Crowley: radio. Mrs. Norman Bauer: ticket and re reservation, Mrs. A. P.

Reeves, Mrs. Harry Faulkner, and Mrs. Coffelt: credentials? Mrs. Walter Mountjoy, Mrs. Plank Mrs.

Ralph Chicks: housing, Mrs. Charles Pennington and Mrs. Harold Harford; music, Mrs. Lee White: transportation, Mrs. Fred Schedler; favors and deeorations, Mrs.

Gene Audiss, Mrs. W. C. Hayden, Mrs. Thor Verdal and Mrs.

Robert Melior, and courtesy cards. Mrs. K. 0. Scott.

Greeters will include Mrs. Ora Beasley, Mrs. Arthur Obers, Mrs. Alice Stidwell. Mrs.

Ray Racicot, Mrs. S. 0. Maxwell and Mrs. Frank Wood, and timekeepers, Mrs.

Fulton Messmore, Mrs. Peter Miller and Mrs. Gerald Mott. Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts will conduct the flag tions. HONOR ROLL SET AT GRANGEVILLE.

GRANGEVILLE, Idaho, Feb. 7.1 -The first semester honor roll at. Grangeville high school was announced this week by Earl Vopat, superintendent. roll included: Seniors- Nick Andrews, Ronald Andrews, Meeta Bottorff, Crowell, Joan Dean, Pat Decker, Pat DeHaas, Sharon Fraxer. Jim Glenny, Dan Hazelbaker, Max Jenkins.

Betty Key, Virginia McPherson, Dick Newby, Carole Reynolds, Leora Rhett. Suhr and Darius Young. Juniers-Charlotte Bergenstock. Janice Browning, Don Brust, Dave Cook, Reita Geary, Barbara Workman. Etta Harmon.

Will Huff, Myrna Inghram. Lee Marcia Manville. Joan Workman. Larry Nelson, Don Powell, Charlotte Rhett. Lynn Smith and Donna Wiseman.

Sophom*ores- Jerry Brown. Junior Crea, Garry DeKaas. Don Gallaher, Don Holes, David Kent. Jim Vopat. Caroline Bodine.

Kathleen Frei. Glenda Hraham. Pat Haley, Janice Hoiland, Marilu Large, Karen Locy, Rose Long, Clara Mattson. Shirley Oleson. Brenda Shira, Jo Ann Sprute.

Hilda Sandra Tintinger and Lynda Willey. Freshmen- George Broam. Garth Eimers. Steve Hagen. Dick Wisenor, Don Junes, Billy Kemp, Mike Kimball.

Bill Klein. Delvin Moore, Billy Williams. Robert man. Suzanne Best. Shirley Jones.

Rita. McMillin, Kathleen Slichter, Doea Harmon. Jean Holes. Retta Stewart and Rita Stewart. GOP WOMEN TO MEET BOISE, Feb.

7. (-The executive committee of the Idaho Federation of Women's Republican clubs will meet here Saturday. Mrs. William Detweiler of Hazelton, chairman, said the group will make plans for the coming political campaign. RIB injuries were suffered by Joseph W.

Gilbert, 47, W2608 Walton, in a traffic accident yesterday at Indiana and Hamilton, a police report said. OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY: Steaks, chops, dinners, a la carte. Johnson's, W918 BURGLAR forced his way into the Spokane Ice Arena, N1407 Elm, and looted a cigarette vending machine of $10.80, police reported yesterday afternoon. DROP THAT SCREWDRIVER! Let WILCO save you your TV Set! LEE Frame Shop, MA-2715. Picture framing.

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