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salad & French bread. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m Monday thru Friday. KING'S DRIVE INN'S No. 1--7022 Padfic Ave.---GR 2-4333 No. 2--31S S. Tacoma Woy---MA 7-6892 NO. 5--2506 S. 3h--GR 4-22 No. 12--2515 h Ave.---MA 7-5663 No. 6--4612 N. PeerISK Tacon NO. 3--523 W. 8th--352 3523 Olyml LAKEWOOD TERRACE DINING ROOM--- 6114 Motor S.W., JU 8-5215. Distinctive In the Northwest. Facilities for banquets, bridge poHies, weddings, receptions, meet- ings, etc. NOEL'S RESTAURANT--Milton, Wash., WA 2-47 & NOEL'S PANCAKE HOUSE-- Edgewood Square, WA 7-1809. PANTRY BROILER--10323 Gravelly Lake Dr. S.W., JU 8-3932. Cafeteria at Villa Plaza Shopping Center. STEVE'S GAY 90'S--5238 S. Tacoma Way, GR 2-4471. Pacific Coast's most unique restaurant & entertainment colosium. Cof- fee shop. 24 hour ala carte service. Smor- gasbord daily. Lunches & dinnerS. TROUBADOUR INN--362 Steilacoom Blvd. S.W., JU 8-7270. Ilian food our Specialty. Dancing nightly 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Banquet room. Large or small parties. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT WHOLESALE PATRICK HOTEL SUPPLY--1521 Pacific Ave., fiR 2-0321. Wholesale restaurant equipment. Consultant to architects on commercial kitchen design & layout. ROOFING CONTRACTORS CLESSON'S JOE ROOFING & SIDING SERVICE Boston S.W. JU 8-9351 JOE'S ROOFINg13 ence, GR 2-! 8523. Leaky roofs repaired. "Built up roofs a specialty." Free estimates. ROOFERS MARK MITCHELL ROOFINGs313 E. 26111, FU 3-5491. John-Nnville approved built up rooters. Johns-Manville products. SALVAGE ST. VINCENT DE PAUL---,4009 S. 56th, GR 4-0519, OUR WORK IS HELPING THE LESS FORTUNATE. An agency of the Catho- lic Charities of the Archdiocese of Seattle. We con use all saleable solvage--cags, newspapers, cordl0oord, fruit lots, furnltce, clothing, toys, etc Retail stores---1316 Broadway, 1349 Tacoma Ave. & 114 E. Pioneer, Puyallup. SCHOOLS MARYMOUNT MILITARY ACADEMY.--423 F-- 15.nd, LE 7-7'121, Zip Code 98445. Boys 4th thru  grade. MOLER BARBER SCHOOL--1217 Pacific Ave., MA 7-4390. Student Barbering. All services supervised. SERVICE STATIONS AL'S RICHFIELD--7201 Portland Ave., GR 2-9877. Gas, Oil, Lubrication. ANDY'S TEXACO SERVICE 1202 S. 38th GR 2-6322 Tacoma BUD'S RICHFIELD SERVICE--1312 N. I St., MA 7-3040. Gas, oil, lubrication, washing, Richlube Motor Oil, Accessories. DICK'S RICHFIELD 3130 E. 11th - NUk 7-3032 Richfield Products, Lubrication, Washing, Ignition and Battery Service. Tires, Ac- cessories. FOLEY'S TEXACO SERVICE--8016 S. 27th, SK 9-9016. Gas, oil & lubrication. DEE & GENE'S RICHFIELD SERVICE 12166 Pacific Ave. Tacoma DICK GAHAN'S Center ST. SERVICE--828 Center Street, NL 7-,4003. Gas, oil & lubri- cation. GIBSON'S STATION--1020 Div! Ave., MA 7-9413. Lubrication, gas, oil accessories. Tire service. GORDON MANDT'S RICHFIELD SERVICE S. 72rid & Sprogue GR 4-0850 JERRY'S FLYING "A" SERVICE--4506 S. M St., GR 4-3866. Genm'ol repair & ttme up. Lubrication & broke service. Wheel alignment & belondng. Detco Boftm'ie Armstrong Tires. JIM'S RICHFIELD SERVICE--IllS S. 12th, BR 2-8062. Complete oar service. Motor tune up. Broke service. Jim DeRnso, Prop. SHOERETAO , PROGRESSw3 TRAILER EQUIPMENT & PARTS BALLEW'S TRAILER & WELDING SHOPJ 9414 .5. Tacoma, JU 8-8549. Easy lift hitches. Boot trailers. CUSTOM BOOT hi-lOP--748 5#. Heiea's. Shoes tar all the family. STEEl. COAST STEEL ROLLING MILLS---3420 $. 3h, FU 3-81. Monofodure of rein- forcing steel. TRANSPORTATION LAKE DRIVE TRANSIT CO. 801 Pacific Ave. FU 3-1214 VENDING MACHINES McGANNEY'S VENDING SERVICE, 9411 N. Lake Dr. S. W., JU 8-9052. Fresh brew cof- fee machines. Soft drink, coffee machines. WATER HEATERS A-1 WATER HEATERS 3857 McKinley GR 4-670 Free Estimates WELL DRILLING L. R. G AUDIO WELL DRILLING Brown's Point -- WA 7-9256 Get the Complete Job! Ovei- 30 years I Get 1he Complete Job! Over Thirty Years Experience WHLSE. & INSTITUTIONAL FOODS GAFFNEY EGG SUPPLY, 414 b4th N. E., Puyallup- WA 2-8781. Fresh Eggs, Butter, Cheese & Margarine. Frozen Fruits in ln- stilutiorml Pock, WINDOW SHADES TACOMA WINDOW SHADE CO., 2114 S. Tacoma Ave., FU 3-,3448. Draperies -- Venetian Blinds -- Window Shades. WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL KOCH'S RICHFIELD SERVICE--10621 Bridge- port Way S.W., JU 4-2828. Complete ser- vice by Eraie Koch & Sons. Goodyear Tires, Delco Batteries. Free pick up & deliverY. ENGLISH STEEL E. 1Mh BR 2-1100 TAXICABS PARKLAND TAXI & AMBULANCE SERVICE 11001 Pacific Ave. LE 2-3322 TV & RADIO REPAIR EASTSIDE RADIO C0.--3845 McKinley, GR 2-1552. SERVICE IS OUR MAIN BUSINESS. Licensed member TV Roe3o Electronics Institute o Wash. TICKETS MAC'S SUPER SERVICE Dial GR 4-5022 for 24 hour tawing service. Auto repolr, mo- tor tune up, brake service, ports & supplies. 4003 McKinley Ave. STEVENSON'S FLYING "A" SERVICE--S. 11th & Sprogue St. "BEST WISHES FOR CARE FREE MOTORING." SHEET METAL WORK ANDERSON, KARL A.--613 St. Helen's, BR 2-2838. Ventilating & air conditioning. Home heating. Gutters, dawn spouts & all kinds of sheet metal work. SCHNEIDER & SIMPSON 1551 S. Tacoma Way GR 2-4461 Tacoma U. S. SHEET METAL & BLOWER CO. 1901 Center St. BR 2-2444 GLOBE TICKET CO. OF WASH.--02 Mc- Kinley, MA 4-0721. Printers of Roll ma- chine reserved seat tickets, raffle tickets, school lunch tickets. TRUCKS -- RENTAL HARMON'S DRIV-UR-SELF TRUCKS 2112 Jefferson Ave. MA 7-8186 Rent a truck or car. We tarnish everything but the driver. MA 7-8186 -- Indudes gas, oil & insurance. UPHOLSTERERS FiRCREST CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY, 926 Doniels Drive, SK 9-8500. E. D. Utz, Prop. Restyling, recovering, repolriag. OPen eve- nings and Saturdays. PEGGY K. APPAREL, 406 Garfield, Pack- land, LE 7-5317. Complete line of women's wearing apparel. Sizes 5 thru 24,. Educators Get Hopeful Views on School Issue SAN FRANCISCO--Two of the hottest topics in Catholic educa- tion-- Federal aid and the re- appraisal of Catholic schools--- got encouraging forecasts at the 57th annual meeting here of the superintendents department, Na- tional Catholic Educational As- sociation. A complete set of "Criteria for the Evaluation of Catholic Ele- mentary Schools," which-could be used by all U. S. dioceses, was described by Sister St. Re- gina Marie of the NCEA's ele- mentary school department. A prediction that grants to meet specific needs may be approved instead of a general Federal aid to education program was made by William Consedine, director of the National Catholic Welfare Conference's Legal Department. Praising the work of the 88th Congress, Consedine said "more good legislation has been passed for education in this session than in any other Congress, and in every bit of legislation the pri- vate schools have been treated fairly. In nine major bills passed there has been no discrimination against the private schools." Looking toward future trends, Consedine said that a general aid program no longer seems likely and Congress probably will turn to a series of special- purpose grants for edueatienal purposes. This, he noted, could possibly create a de facto general aid program without such a program ever being enacted. "Congress seems to be con- vinced of a national commit- mere to education as an essential ingredient to democracy," he said. "President Johnson has said that he is for aid to education within constitutional limitations. This statement leaves the door open to those for and those oppos- ing Federal aid to private, non- profit schools to prove their own cases by trying to establish what is the mind of the Constitution." Sister St. Regina Marie said in BREMERTON 3 flae stm. l mrve 1me FARRELL'S Eostwood Phomm/ ES $-0711 Across from #he new kospltl Westgate Plmrmacy ES 7-2110 O the road to the old Hosp|tl Fanell's PresaAptlon Pharmacy ILl0 |th St ......... ES 7-37S3 tree  ix.wkkm a=nvt that "a flood of publications of a highly critical nature rcently mused a great deal of eyebrow lifting, some unfounded criticism and, fortunately, some honest self-examination among Catholic educators." "Although much of a genuine educational worth  be des- troyed through criticism, many a school program has profited by it," she said. "It is precisely this sort of Self- examination . which we hope to foster through the "Criteria for Evaluation of Catholic Elementary Schools.'" Work on the evaluation began in 1962, she said, prior to the "rash of questioning," and re- sulted in joint sponsorship by the Catholic University of Amer- ica and NCEA. January, 1965, is the probable publication date for the evaluation criteria, which will be discussed at the NCEA con- vention next spring and at sum- mer workshops throughout the count. "The whole process of evalua- tion is a depth study affecting -the evaluation of the entire school, its philosophy and ob- jectives, curriculum, organiza- tion, faculty, administration--in short, it probes every phase of a school's educational life," Sister St. Regina said. Major sections deal with phil- osophy and objectives, school and community, and curriculum. Particularly detailed are eheeklists on the individual faculty member, inefuding aca- demic background, professional studies, inservlce tralag, pro- fessional organizations belonged to, reading, and contributions made to books and articles. Should adoption of the "Criteria for Evaluation of Catholic Ele- mentary Schools" become nation- wide, Sister St. Regina Marie said, it would result in "e uni- fied movement . . . with super- visors, superintendents, pastors, principals, faculty, schools and community all intensely working together for the upgrading of Catholic schools." "The over-anxious gravediggers who are somewhat precipitous at at concluding that the Catholic elementary school is about ready for burial would soon discover tlmt what they have mistaken for a corpse is very much alive," she declared. European Manuscripts To Be Microfilmed COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. (NC) --St. John's University here will launch a year-long pilot project to microfilm t h e manuscript libraries of the Benedictine ab- beys of Monte Cassino, Subiaco and Cava in Italy. In announcing the pian, Abbot Baldwin W. Dworschak, C.S.B., said: "We plan in the future to continue the same undertaking in Austria, Switzerland, Germany and eventually to include the microfilming of the Orthed6x monastic collections of the Medi- terranean end Near East areas." Ken Persing, Dug Dyckman, Doug Dyck- man Jr. and John Toynbee, aou-ce a change in their firm name from North- western Insurance Service to Persing, Dyck- man & Toynbee. PERSING, DYCKMAN & TOYNBEE/INSURANCE BROKERS PROFESSIONAL BUILDING, 705 SOUTH NINTH, TACOMA EYE EXAMIHATIOH OPTOMETRIST Office Located at Sears  Tacoma 1st Floor The lfroiect, begun th the help of a $40,000 grant from the Louis and Maud Hill Foundation of SL Paul, Minn., will make second copies of priceless manuscripts which have been preserved in mona- stery h'braries more than a thousand years. Microfilming at Monte Casslno will take 224 working deys to complete and will cover some 2,5 0 0 manuscripts. The needs of the culturally de- prived child were discussed at another session by Nell Sullivan, superinte,'dent of Berkeley , Calif., public schools and former head of free schools in Prince Ed- ward County, Va., where public schools had closed rather than accept integration. Sullivan urged that "ghetto schools" be torn down to achieve integration and that educators work toward elevating the whole life of the culturally deprived child. "If we don't give all children literate opportunities, how do we hope to integrate?" he said. i i For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUnDERSOn 527 PINE 764 IIROAOWA SEATTLE TACOMA REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW FORMAL WEAR RENTALS 9th & OlJve--MU 2-$898 471& Universify Way N.F.--LA 4-4100 In Tacoma: 1302 Tacoma Ave. So.--BR 2-821S i Dohrco.......Since 1850 The FINEST and MOST COMPLETE Selection of Merchandise in the NATION . . 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