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8--THE PROGRESS Frida 7, Sept. 7, 1962 CYO ROUNDUP: Jamborees open fall slate A record number of John's vs. St. Catherine's and St. Anne's vs. Blessed Sac- teams will be participat- Holy Family of Kirkland vs. rament. ing in the CYO's three Immaculate, St. Luke's vs. Sac- The cadet north class stacks up with St. John's vs. Our Lady major fall sports program in red Heart of Seattle. Our Lady o( Fatima, St. Catherine's vs. the Greater Seattle area. of the Lake vs. Holy Rosary, Blessed Sacrament, St. Bene- ' Here's the boxscore: St. Joseph's vs. St. Mooica's, diet's vs. Assumption and St. Flag football -- 17 cadet and St. Edward's vs. Christ the Anne's vs. St. Joseph's. In the south it's St. Edward's 12 midget teams. King, St. Plus X vs. Holy Faro- vs. Our Lady of Lourdes (mid- Soccer -- 17 cadet and 14 fly of Seattle, St. Matthew's vs. gets), St. Edward's vs. Our midget teams. St. Paul's, Assumption vs. Our Lady of Lourdes (cadets), St. Volleyball -- 28 cadette and Lady of Mount Virgin and St, James Cathedral vs. Sacred 12 spartanette teams. John's vs. St. Edward's. Heart of Bellevue (cadets), St. George's vs. St. Bernadette's Football klck-off Soccer digs in (midgets), St. George's vs. St. Flag football gets a rousing Two two-day jamborees will. Bernadette's (cadets), Briscoe start this Saturday in the North initiate the soccer season this vs. St. Francis (cadets) and vs. South Jamboree for mid- Saturday and Sunday. Briscoe vs, St, Francis (mid- gets and cadets at West Seattle The north league will play gets). Stadium. at Lower Woodland with the Sacred of Bellevue's midgets The midgets open play at midgets opening at 9:15 a.m. will play the winner of the 10:30 a.m. The cadets follow and the cadets at 12:45 Satur- first game. t 1 p.m. day' Volleyball coaches meet The midget pairings include The s o u t h jamboree at A coaches meeting for all St. John's vs. St. Teresa's, St. Georgetown will see the mid- volleyball teams will be held Matthew's vs. St. Edwards, get kick-off at 10 a.m. at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday Our Lady o( the Lake vs. As. The championship will be in St. James Cathedral Hall. sumption, St. Plus X vs. St. decided Sunday at both field's. Schedules, Officials, rules and Paul's, Christ the King vs. The north midget jamboree other league topics will be dis- Sacred Heart of Seattle and St. pairings are Assumption vs. cussed. Mrs. alga Arnone, vol- Luke's vs. St. Joseph's. St. Joseph's, Our Lady of Fati- leyball commissioner, w i 11 Cadet tusseis begin with St. ma vs. St. Benedict's, St. preside. ii HOLY CROSS BROTHERS   SIGN'UP NOW for Fall Leagues Serve God Through Farming Trades a Teaching  Writing Social Work Clerical Work Foreign Missions For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Hatre Dame High School * 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. LEAGUES BEGIN First week in September Bowl for fun and physical fitness "too! . . , there's a spot for you here at Broadway Bowl! , , . We have openings for individuals and teams in commercial and mixed leagues... also housewives leagues (Thursday at 9:30 a.m.} Broadway Bowl 219 Broadway E. -k hA. 5-5233 RE - ELECT ALBERT C. THOMPSON, JR. REPUBLICAN STATE SENATOR 48th. Dist. Mun;clpa| League Raring; SUPERIOR INCUMBENT, OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AS LEGISLATOR * Owner, Retail Drug Store * Member, Bellevue Library Board * Member, Overleke Hasp;tel Board RE. ELECT ALBERT C. THOMPSON, JR. REPUBLICAN STATE SENATOR 48th Dist. State Senator AI C. Thompson. Jr. {PAID ADVERTISEMENT} ELECT: RICHARD G. CHRISTENSEN ' OUR CHOICE FOR U.S. SENATE. REPUBLICAN VOTE: CHRISTENSEN VOTE: "'""'" (Primary) NOVEMBER  6 (General) SL Plus X, Mounflake Terrace Mr. & Mrs. Robert R, Fay Mr. & Mrs. J. F. Smith St. James Cathedral, Seattle Mrs. Rita Ralston Mrs. Mary Clancy Miss Katie Keegan St. Joseph, Se4fll Vera North Alvin W. EIston St. Benedict's, Seattle Mr. & Mrs. James J. Sanders Helen Kay Christ #he King, SnatHe Mrs. M. D. Gates Our Lady of #he Lake, Seattle Mrs. Ray Sweeney, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Rcgan Mrs. T. M. Gitbrough Holy Family, Secd*le Mr. & Mrs John M. Katona Assumption, SeaHle Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Sch;ndlar St. Matthew's, Sea{fie Mr, & Mrs. Feb Christman Mr. & Mrs. J. Ronald Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Jack Pennant Roberta Tvo St. Anne's, e Mr. & Mrs, Forrest Phillios Our L4dy of Fatima, Seattle Sgt. & Mrs. Joseph Smolon Mr. & Mrs. O. E. Graonouqh St. Pc'Ir.k's. Tacoma Ka#hleen Skrlnar, M.D. Mrs. Donald Gasfon Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Skrinar Mr. & Mrs. V. A, IRUd) Schwarz St. Martin of Tours, Tacoma Dr. & Mrs. J. HugE Kaikus Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Seraq;n Mr. & Mrs. Max Krau, Mr. & Mrs. Fred aeveqni All Saln*s, Puycdlup Dr. & Mrs. William Burrows Mr. & Mrs. Lon Piccolo Mr. & Mrs. Lucian Letournnau St. Andrew's, Sumner Mr. & Mrs. Ran Gosselin Mr. & Mrs. Louis Ryan Mr. & Mrs. William Herbert Mrs. Rose Johnson Mr. & Mrs. John Korbuszewski Holy Cress, Tacoma Mr. & Mrs. Frank Pavolke Mr. & Mrs, Gordon Wlngard Dr. & Mrs. Sam Adams Mr. & Mrs. Blake Hirsh Mr. & Mrs. August Van Boecklin Mr. & Mrs. A. B. IKim) Comfort Mr. E Mrs. Pat Comfort Mr. & Mrs. Robert Comfort St. John of the Woods, Tacoma Dr. & Mrs. William McPhee aur Lady aeen of Heven, lacoala Dr. & Mrs, William Hauser ST, Frances Cabrinl, Tacoma Dr. & Mrs. George Kith'adgo ST. Leo's, Tacoma Mrs. Irene Merr;ck Sacred Heart, Tacoma Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Madson Holy Rosary, Tacoma Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Rotor{ Mr.&Mrs. A L. McNell {Paid Advertisement) / Tacoma teens slate district installation A Bellarmine High School junior will be in- stalled president of the CYO Tacoma district in cere- monies at 3 p.m. this Sunday in Holy Rosary Church. He is Paul Bader, 16, past president o{ St. Frances Ca- brini CYO Teen Club and for- mer district treasurer. The son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bader, 5615 109th St. S.W. in Tacoma, Paul is an honor student and active in debate, baseball, the Sodality and the Lions Club. Other district officers to be installed are Barbara Grigsby, vice president; Colleen Galla, gher, secretary; Carol Kriek, treasurer; and chairmen Jan Garrison, spiritual, Margaret Handran, cultural, Anita Peza, nowski, social, and Joe Grat- zer, athletic: Eleven teen club presidents along with their fellow officers will also be installed. The presi- dents include: Bill Vodarskl, SS. Peter and Paul's; Jim Kovul, St. Jo- seph's; Mike Miller, Holy Ros- Re- Elect EVANGELINE STARR JUSTICE COURT No. S Non.Partisan (PAID ADVERTISEMENT} JL RE-ELECT RAY 0LSEN STATE REPRESENTATIVE o his Seventh Term 35fh District AN OUTSTANDING LEGISLATOR (DEMOCRAT) (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) ary; W i I I i a m Garrison, St. i Leo's; Gregori Jane Bronson, , St. Nicholas of Gig Harbor; RE ELECT Elect Geo. P. Patricia Thebert, St. Aloysius of Buckley; Tony Milasieh, Sa- Ill cred Heart; Terry Hanson, Ha- SHERIDAN ly Cross; Guy Pitzer, Visita- tion; Bob Carstens, St. Frances Cabrini; and John Suzawith, St. Margaret Mary's of Mc- Kenna. Presiding will b9 Rev. Peter Duggan f All Saints Parish, Puyallup, district priest direc- tor. He will be assisted by Rev. Marian Roth, O.S.B., of Holy Rosary Parish. A reception and short pro- gram will follow, according to Jan Garrison, installation chair- man. Johnny O'Brien will bring the same Qualities of Judgment, Leadership and Personal Integrity to County Government that he has displayed in Business, Civic Activity and in AtMetics JOHNNY O'BRIEN COUNTY COMMISSIONER LABOR COUNCIL of A,F.L.-C.I.O. i I QUALIFIED- EXPERIENCED (PAID ADVERTISEMENT! MAX WEDEKIND RE - ELECT STATE REPRESENTATIVES JEANETTE TESTU AND MAX WEDEKIND Democrats JEANETTE TESTU Member Holy Rosary STATE REPRESENTATIVES 34fh DISTRICT FAIR TO PUBLIC & PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS DON'T TRADE PROMISES FOR PERFORMANCE {PAID ADVERTISEMENT) Illiilillnllllllllllllliliillllilliilllllllllllllllllllllllliillllll$ "The state cannot softie ne private problems d the vidual. But the state r.en, and should, provide a at}mate aondu,=iva *o e growth and weil-belng of the individuaL We can, we should, end we must provide eso oppop. tunities: the chance for each one of us to have the be h education: the chance foe each one of us to fend employ. ment which uses his talents to the tulle@; the chance or each one of us to knOW that our productive years are nat vain  that we may enter our later years without ice nomlc fears. These goals are not easily accomplished. Certainly they cannot be gained without persistent effort. But these are the goals which have been in my mind end heart throughout my legislative career, and these are #he goels toward which I, dedicate my continued service." Senator Michael J. Gallagher RE-EL CT Senat0r Michael J. /I L , Jl HER" DEMOCRAT HEAOUARTERS i 4Sth DISTRICT g308 GREENWOOD Paid ad by Re-elact Gallagh,r Committee. Paul Bru,qman Chairman Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllilllllllllllllllll (PAID ADVERTISEMENTJ for responsible administration of SHORLINE'S NEW JUSTICE COURT Winner. Bar Association Preference Pall Extensive Trial Practice--All State Courts Assistant State Attorney General EditorWashington State Bar News Age 40. Married, 3 children. Shoreline resident. World War II Veteran. Shoreline Judicial District Resident Law/er foe Elston: C. E. Austin, Derr;ll T. Bnstian, Allen Lnne Carr, Theodore P. Cum. m;ngs, Edwin Dunnavan, Mnurlce M. Epstein, R. George Ferrer, Alan L. Froellch, Henry E. Kastner, Rocky V. Lindell, Robert H. Lorentzen, Ronnld H. Ivtentele, kayton A. Power, Paul W. Robben, P;ncknev Ivl. Rohrback, Theodore Ivl. Rosenblume, Ben- jamin R. Shuey, Edwin S. Themes, Jr. IPAID ADVERTISEMENT) ELST( *b ROBERT M. TRAINED - QUALIFIED - ENDORSED STATE REPRESENTATIVE 3S+h LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) DEMOCRAT HEILBUT FOR LEGISLATION WHICH IS NOT ONLY PRACTICAL AND POSSIBLE BUT PROGRESSIVE AS WELL ITsS KURT M. RE-ELECT JOHN BIGLEY State Representative 30th DisricE, Democrat SENIORITY MATURITY INTEGRITY Member: Legislative Council Ch. State Pks House Appropriations Endorsed by AFL, CIO, COPE, Railroad Brotherhood, Int. Assoc. Machinists. (Pald Advertisement| at Lady of Fatima !:::::::: z Our ,Lady of Fatima mere- :::: : bets will be host to a CYO cen- CENTRAL DISTRICT tral deanery "potluck" high eD school dance from 8:30 to 11:30 J State Representative I O'BRIm m OUmV OmlOt tmrm . lander.P'm" thisMusicFridaYwillin bethe byNrse'the 29th District AI Ulb;c,, Choi=., Epics. Donation is $1 stag and Jl J14 Jl41MR, A. i. {Im.l I I DEMOCRAT tabby lO. ;entral eldl. Seu.Ie. Woth. II1 $1.75 drag. I (Paid Advertisement) ,, --at Lady of Lake TRtU.nEk ' PAID ADVERT'SEMENTi School Daze" will be the ' theme of Our Lady of the Lake's dance from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. this Friday in the parish ::":,' ...... ELECT school gym. Music will be by County Treasurer .... the Casuals. Admission is $1 , I.b YEARS EXPERIENCE i!ilj F R E D S T O O F per oerson. ! "  at St. Paul's "A" Superior Incumbent' .:! St. Paul's will sponsor a dance - "Outstanding Offici'a[" from 9 a.m. to 12 midnight this Municipal League of Seattle DEMOCRAT Saturday in the parish audi- and King County torium. The Stags will play. Paid far by rr,mnet far,C0unty Trm,m' 35th DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE Admission is $1 per person, Csmmittee, J. W. Wheeler, ghairmi, according to Nancy Colocarro 1203 Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wasl. and Tom Widden, co-chairmen. ] , ....... ENDORSED BY WASHINGTON STATE