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19 Wash. St. B. News 1 (1965)

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Vol. XIX, No. 1     JANUARY-FEBRUARY, 1965         Page 1

MASON COU,'TY UPGRADES
JUSTICE COURT
Mason County's new county-wide Justice
Court went into operation in January when
Glenn Correa was sworn in as Justice Court
Judge.
The new Justice Court was established
after the County Commissioners voted to
bring Mason County under the 1961 Justice
Court Act.
SKAGIT FILING SYSTEM WINS
PRAISE
County Clerk Samuel E. Wilhite (Skagit)
has been commended by judges and lawyers
for his unusual filing and index systems. An
original card index system, using multi-col-
ored cards, enables his staff to locate any
civil, criminal, naturalization or probate
cause within a few minutes, starting only
with the name of a litigant. He has provided
cross-references and phonetic spelling for
names which could be spelled in several
ways.
Judge Charles F. Stafford says Mr. Wil-
hite's staff can find in three minutes a file
which would require three hours to three'
days to locate in some other county.
RESULT OF JANUARY BAR

EXAMINATION BY SCHOOLS
Passed      Failed      To
Chicago      ...................... 1       0
Creighton .................... 1            0
Detroit ..................... 0             1
Fordham .......... 1                        0
Georgetown       ................ 1         2
George Washington .... 3                    2
Golden Gate ................ 0              1
Gonzaga ...................... 1            6
Harvard ..................... 2             2
Hastings ...................... 1           0
Idaho    .......................... 2       2
Indiana     ...................... 0        1
Iowa ......................... 0            1
Michigan      ................. 0           1
Minnesota       ............... 0           1
2A.issouri ...................... 2         0
Northwestern
Chicago      .................. 2        0
Pittsburgh      .................. 1        0
Santa Clara .............. 0                1
Stanford ............. 2                    2
Virginia    ...................... 0        1
Washington        ................ 32      13         4
Willamette .................. 2             1
Yale ............................ 0         2
Law    Clerk    .................. 2        1

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Deadline for next issue of the Bar
News is March 13, 1965.

AROUND TIlE STATE
Douglas Peters has associated with Rob-
ert Felthous and Robert Brachtenbach to
form the new Selah firm of Felthous, Brach-
tenbach & Peters.
Ken Hill has been appointed city attor-
ney for Long Beach. He succeeds Robert A.
Hannan, recently elected Superior Court
Judge for Pacific-Wahkiakum Counties.
Richard J. Niichel has joined the Port
Angeles firm of Conniff, Harper & Taylor.
Ray Greenwood has been appointed crimi-
nal attorney for the city of Moses Lake.
R. AV. Gibson and Randolph Palmer have
dissolved the Quincy firm of Gibson &
Palmer.
Tacoma attorney Stanley W. Worswick
has been appointed Assistant Secretary of
State by Secretary of State A. Ludlow
Kramer.
Delbert R. Scoles and Robert D. Skid-
more have formed the Colville partnership
of Scoles & Skidmore at 226 S. Main St.
Yakima attorney Walter Weeks has been
named to direct the February Heart Fund
Campaign in the upper Yakima Valley.
Port Angeles attorney Dana E. Harper
has announced his intentions to retire. He
has practicedl in Port Angeles since 1937.
Earl K. Nansen has been elected Presi-
(lent of the Okanogan County Bar Asso-
ciation.
JOINT MEDICAL-LEGAL MEET
The American Medical Association and
the American Bar Association are sponsor-
ing the Second National Medicolegal Sym-
posium at the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas,
March 11-13, 1965. Washington lawyers
are invited to attend this meeting.
The lawyer will be exposed to the pecu-
liar legal problems that arise in the practice
of medicine, and the physician will be given
a penetrating look at the problems of prac-
ticing law.
KITSAP BAR ELECTS
Terence Hanley has been elected presi-
(lent of the Kitsap County Bar Association,
succeeding Myron Freyd. Other new officers
are: Leonard Kruse, vice president; Gordon
Walgren, secretary-treasurer; and Myron
Freyd, James Munro, John Bishop, and
Frank Shiers, trustees.

SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS OF
JANUARY, 1965 BAR
EXAMINATION
Bainbridge Island-Kenneth E. Rekow.
Bellevue-Fred Palen Barnhart, Carl G.
Dowrey, John Barry Lackland, Laurence
Hamblen Shaw, Dilworth McKay Snow.
Bothcll-James V. Grubb.
Brcnerton-David Herbert Armstrong.
Everett-William Jasper Rucker.
'Marysvillc--Donald Alan Senter.
Kelso-Jess Edgar Minium, Jr.
Longview-Henry Roland Dunn.
Merccr Island - Alfred Gardiner Rode,
Michael H. Rosen.
Olympia-Richard Francis DeJean, Har-
vey Stephen Poll, David Longden Scott.
Richland-Daryl Duane Jonson.
Seattle - Daniel Boone Allison 11, St-
zanne B. Amacher, Russell A. Austin, Jr.,
Philip Murden Best, Norman B. Binns, Neil
Charles Buren, Jerome Layton Buzzard,
Edward Dickson Campbell, Robert An-
thony Castrodale, Claire Ellen Cates, Henry
White Dean, Jr., Gust Samuel Doces, Wal-
ter Thomas Greenaway, Morton Taylor
Hardwick, Henry Haugen, Richard H.
Humphreys, Jr., Ted Kolbaba, Peter John
Lucas, Patrick McEligot, Gerald Robert
Moran, Gilbert Eugene Mullen, Alexander
William Munro, Jr., Julian Joseph Nuxoll,
Peter Dewes Oram, Joseph James O'Rourke,
Rodger Harry Warren Pegues, Robert Ev-
erett Prince, William H. Rubidge, Kenney
Ross St. Clair, Robert Jackson Stephenson,
Robert Arthur Wacker.
Spokane-John Patrick Murray, James
J. Workland.
Tacoma - Joseph Harold Gordon, Jr.,
Robert Gene Kerr.
IValla Walla-Richard F. Heffel.
akima-Patrick Ralph Cockrill.
cxas-l)onaldc William Frey.
Attorney Applicant-Alan P. Vandevert,
'ITacoma.
ROSELLINI SUCCEEDS OTT
AS CtlIEF JUSTICE
Hugh J. Rosellini has succeeded Richard
B. Ott as Chief Justice of the Washington
Supreme Court. Judge Rosellini indicated
he has initiated a stepped-up work schedule
for the court to reduce the backlog of pend-
ing cases.
WILLIAM II. MARSH DISBARRED
The State Supreme Court has disbarred
William H. Marsh, Seattle. The court said
Marsh should be prohibited from practicing
law because he accepted fees from several
clients but did not render any services to
them.

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