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Friday, Sept. 7, 1962 THE PROGRESS7 iii ii Festival Set At Everett MRS. JOE GOETZ (left) of Immaculate Conception Altar Society in Everett discusses the Indian Summer Festival and dinner with Mrs. L. W. Swarm, general chairman. Mrs. Goetz is dinner chairman. It will be held in the parish hall Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16, with dinner served from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Thepublic is invited to attend. India Catholic Center Opened NEW DELHI, India, (NC)-- Coadjutor Archbishop Angelo Fernandes of Delhi, recently appointed general secretary of the Cathc:ic Bishop's Confer- ence of India (CBCI) has moved into the new' $270,000- center here of the conference. During the term (1944 to 1962) of his predecessor, Arch- bishop Thomas Pothaeamury of Bangalore, the conference offices were in Bangalore. II Mr. l o,k Rourke II |[ is supporting II II JACK ENGLAND II II State Representative II I[ 32nd District II L (PAID ADVERTISEMENTI A SINCERE DESIRE TO SERVE YOU RE. ELECT JOHN L. O'BRIEN STATE REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRAT--33RD DISTRICT Speaker of the House of Representatives --4+h Term "k Chairman of the Washington State Legislative Council 4+h Term Executive Com- miffee, National Conference of State Legislative Leaders "1+ is very im. portent +o have a capable, de- pendable and experienced Re presenfafive in our State Legislature." Member, St. Edward's Pcw|sk IPAID ADVERTISEMENT) RECOMMENDED A SENATOR FOR ALL THE PEOPLE ELECT Bob Wroy DEMOCRAT STATE SENATOR-31st DIST. Member: St. Anthony's Parish Knights of Columbus Ronfon (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) On Primary Election Day, Tues., Sept. 11 00uoo, CROOME JOHN W. Justice Court Seattle Pos, No. 2 Member, St. Matthew Parish, Knights of Columbus, and Georgetowa U Atumni J :Association [ His Record Merits Your Continued Support IPAI D ADVERTISEMENT) You Are Urged To Vote---Sept. 11, Primary Election m FOR J. EDMUND QUIGLEY MUNICIPAL JUDGE, Dept. No. 2 (Traffic Court Judge) MR. )UIGLEY IS AN OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE: 2S Years Experience as a SUCCESSFUL TRIAL LAWYER Former CHIEF DEPUTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY for King County SQPPORTED BY ALMOST HALF OF THE LAWYERS VOTING IN THE BAR POLL. (Ask Your Own Lawyer about Mr. Quigley) SEATTLE NEEDS QUIGLEY AS TRAFFIC JUDGE N MEMBER OF ASSUMPTION PARISH {PAID ADVERTISEMENT) ".*.::!!i:i!!i!$: ELECT Return a Proven A Professional LAWMAN for a Professional Job... In Pierce County BERRY For SHERIFF REPUBLICAN Paid PolltJca.l Adverttsln RETAIN COMMISSIONER Robert M. FORD Rated SUPERIOR As County Commissioner by the Municipal League SUPERIOR As a State Legislator by the Municipal League APPLAUDED For his sincerity and ability by the Argus INDORSED By the Labor Council's C.O.P.E. (Committee on Political Education ) SPONSORED BY RETAIN COM- MISSIONER ROBERT M. FORD COMMITTEE. ' : *. COMMITTEE INCLUDES: John L. O'Brian Victor Rosellln; Dr. Thomas guilford Nick Be Leo Welsfield Charlotte Paul Dr. Edward Polmoson Tak Kubo+a WQllos R. WiIov Wing Luke John N. Sylvestor John J. Ouine Dave J. Mooney Dr. Robert Burch Robert Block Ray Olsen Thomas O. Wimmar b|ck Carros A|ec Bayless James B. Wilson Jack Harvey Dr. Adolph Whiting Edward J. Logan Jr. John Robinson Fred Oore Gerald S. Welch Sam Smith An T. O'Donnoll Hugh Mitchell Gerald F. O'Brien John Logan Archia Kaz George Mack ! Ancil Payne RETAIN COMMISSIONER Legislator to Office- Robert M. FORD RE-eLECT AL LELAND TO BE YOUR Democrat {PAID ADVERTISEMENT) 48th DISTRICT STATE REPRESENTATIVE ,REPUBLICAN Member o[ Holy Family Parish, Kirkland {PAID ADVERTISEMENT) Mrs. Dean (Jane) CAPABLE - QUALIFIED Member, St. Nicholas Parish GIG HARBOR REPUBLICAN RE.ELECT THIS PROVEN ADMINISTRATOR! EXPERIENCED! EFFICIENT! (REPUBLiCA.) :::::Efficient with Dignit'r (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) Member, St. Nicholas Parish, Gig Harbor Give Him His Chance As Your Next meme cem CORONER Re.Elect . . P. J. "Jim" GALLAGHER State Representative 28th District (Democrat) Businessman---Family Man Member Sacred Heart Parish, Tacoma I Paid Advertisement) WALTER B. WILLIAMS REPUBLICAN for STATE SENATOR 43rd District "Superior Candidate-- Outstanding performance as legislator." Seattle. King County Municipal League. "Excellent background of experience in legislative service. Highly qualified for position in State Sen- ate. Outstanding candl- date. RECOM MEN DED." Associated Republican Women. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) {PAID ADVERTISEMENT} If you haven't been reading The Progress advertisements, you have been losing mm/ey. Read and profit. lJ =r supporti.g II JACK ENGLAND J] stat S.otar |1 32nd District tl ,,A,o ADVERTISEIvlENT) . RE-ELECT * RICHARD (DICK) RUOFF Representative 32rid District Republican Member Knights of Columbus and aive in CYO Blessed Sacrament-St. Benedict's Parishes (Paid Advertisement) I ,,,, BUDNICK SI000000iTFF 45 DISTRICT A dad{rated American first, DEMOCRAT MEMBER ST. MARGARET'S PARISH Graduate or Queen Anne Sc0ol, Age 43. Married. Excellent Family Baekgrotmd Former Rainier and New York Giant Ballplayer Member of Three Local Labor Unions Seven years' pcdenee 1o KI Couo Sllerfff's Offlee Aire in Clvie Mfr Welt-versed t 3uvenRc Problems Fully realizes Duttee and Prob[em of Office Overseas Veteran World War II EXPERIENCED  CAPABLE -- VETERAN This Advertisement Iald for by Catholic veterans "BUDNICK FOR SHERIFF" Campaign Cmmiflee (Paid Adverflsemeetl LILA BULEN SENATOR 31st District DEMOCRAT QUALIFIED DEMOCRAT Dedicated +o service +o youth. Able +o represent fairly, both city and county voters. Sh.e ;s a dues paying Union member-- Local No. 1640. Vote for Llla Bulen, Sen4te, 31st District, September 11, 1962 (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) a Democrat second, Robert A. (Bob) Perry has demonstrated during his tour years in the Legislature that tha rights and needs of the people are his primary concern. Ha will continue to figh  for what he believes to be fight; he will continue tO oppose purr{san political "machines;" he will continue to vigorously support modernized social pro- grams which benefit all of the people. PERRY Keeps posfod on issues affecf- |ng his onstifuenh; listens +o leo gu;danco of +he voters of his distr;ct; Is an effectivo, hard working Representative; is a lifetime member of or- gonlzed [ohor. RE-ELECT State Representative ROBERT A. (Bob) PERRY DEMOCRAT 4Stb Distric Committee 'to Re.elect Perry M. Robert E. Simmonds, Chmn. 16)I No. 90th St. Soattle [Paid Advertisement) One of the most respected prosecuting Attorneys in the entire nation! RE-ELECT CHARLES O. CARROLL REUBUM4 integrity, ability, courage x llIM for I inel for laanim,llttll.Vlmr inl. Chllnm (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) REELECT SCOTT WALLAOE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DEMOCPT LOOKING TO KING COUNTY'S FUTURE-cott Wallace proposes a specie program for a'seeond term. It includes a joint jail district, further open spice park development; continued flood control progress and multiple use of county properties. Marymoor Farm, tee Evereen Point' Bridge and re.organized Road District are proof that he can deliver--and with consistently balanced budgets! Re,Elect Scott Wallace Committee, Ja W, Phtlll, Gilbert B. HoD, .CEffmm (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISSMENT) II IIIII I I I L I I II ELECT GORDON i I I STATE REPRESENTATIVI HERR 31st DISTRICT DEMOCRAT MEMBER HOLY FAMILY PARISH K of C COUNCIL 676 ELECT GORDON HERR BILL SAVARD, Chairman (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) I " l I li