(1910–89); FEPC examiner (1944–45); previously asst. chief of the migratory labor camp program of Dept. of Agriculture (1943–44); chief of youth activities, official military govt., U.S. War Dept., Berlin (1945–47); a dir. for coop programs, Superior, Wis., Chicago (1948–56); a dir., Kidney Foundation, Chicago (1967–70); lobbyist, Ore. Consumer League (1970s). Active in Democratic Party, Ill., Ore.; Ore. delegate to natl. convention (1972). Born in Colorado Springs; BA, Willamette U. (Salem, Ore.) (1932); MDiv, Yale (1935).