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Vicelja. Thomas 87—Versailles, Pa. Pavlecic, Tomo 31—Duquesne, Pa. Pavlack, Terry Sokolovieh, Betty Jambrek. Robert Secan, David Robich, Elmer Vuksanovieh. Martha Matovich, Paul D. Godinich, Mary Frank Braidic Vyvyan. David A. 199—Campbell, Ohio Sikich, Kathcrine 203—Trafford, Pa. Putnik, George Abramovich, Anna Bober, Roscmarie Bogunovich, Lester Lampe,. Edward Chopp, William Mornik. Merlin Maras. Raymond Stanec, Josip Mudjer, Rudolph /rw/u wowe FOft YOU. TOO/ Don give up! can, too! for you! Ih* L. V Hreljac. Frank Kubista, Freddie Badovinac, Nikola Eskra, John P. Prpich, Mary Tatar, Bernicc Kos. Ivan Stimac, JoJui Jure 4 SAWNG /S THAN YOU THtNK- John J. Bratina* Sec'y. more! Just Frances York, Sec'y. Thomas Grcevic, Sec'y. Frank Topolovec, Sec'y. Stanley Kauzlarich, Sec'y. i "Our Favorite Recipes" April 7, 1954. Bill Preveč, Sec'y. "GOLD MEDAL" BRAŠNO IZ NASp ZALIHE NA RIJECI nudimo uz cijenu 100 IBS. DO RIJEKE. $9.00 -DO ZADNJE STAHICE.$12.08 Zatražite procjenu za pakete po narudžbi, kao i naA novi cijenik FAKETif SLOBODNIH OD CARINE U JUGOSLAVIJI! i ŽELITE PUTOVATI U JUGOSLAVIJU -H Jugoslavenskim brodovima, ili .AVIONOM obratite se na: A I A I I N Zastupnici Jugoslavenske Uni jake Plovidbe za Ameriku Kanadu Ruth E. Milas, Sec'y. \n\n Indications Point To Record Tourney When Juvenile Duxers Meet In Etna Pittsburgh, Pa. As has been previously announced the CFU Junior Dux Tourna ment will be held this coming Saturday, April 10th at the Pantonc Bowling Lanes, 101 So. Main Street in Sharps burg, Pa. Although the deadline for entries is April 5th, two days before this issue of the Za jedničar reaches your homes, we have already received a girls' and boys' team entry from Johnstown, Nest No. 4. This is indeed a distinct cre dit to Mrs. Stephania Fishter and the parents of the Johns town Junior keglers. Other boys teams at this writing will come from Nest 67 of Lawrenceville, Pa., last year's champs, from Nest 27 in Ver sailles, Nest 21 from Etna and Nest 129 Wilmerding, Pa. Besides the Johnstown girls, who were the 1953 champions in their division, we have teams from Nest 36 Ambridge, Pa., Nest 129 Wil merding, Nest 34 in McKees Serball, Louis Scrball, Charles 7—Denver, Colorado Zedrick, George 10—Gary, Indiana Gabriel, Patricia 16—Rathbun, Iowa Zima, Stephen Thomas 24-—Los Angel:is, California Garshak, Francis Tkach, George Vucic, Barbara 32—I'nioratown, Pa. Swecvac, Elizabeth ~$0?~AmbridgP, Pa. ./•v- Larrick. Richard 39—Clairton, Pa. 40—Eveleth, Minnesota Davich, Joann Martha 50—Crested Butte, Colorado Skufca, Shirley Richardson, Pauline 51—Anaconda, Montana Bates, Shirley May 55—Cleveland, Ohio 57—S. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Szynborski, Maryann 59—Kenosha, Wisconsin 67—Pittsburgh, Pa. Delach, Anthony 73—Painesdale, Michigan 77—Gallup, New Mexico Harrison, Karla Jean 82—Astoria, New York Obradovich. Josephine 85—Butte, Montana Gergurich. Daniel Orlich. Paul 87—Monessen, Pa. Krusec, Frances Slovan, Pa. 89" Whiting, Indiana Jancich. Gregory 94—So. Chicago, Illinois Dobrich. Elaine Dujmovich, Patricia 105—New Brighton, Pa. Tonsetic, Nancy 106—New Brighton, Pa. Loncher, Dorothy Verbanitz. Petar 111—Pittsburgh, Pa. Novoscl. Josephine 125—Masontown, Pa. Ponick, Rose Mary 129—Wilmerding, Pa. Ncjak. Carol Ann 133—Elbert, West Virginia Shafron, Patricia A. 134—Waukegan, Illinois Sulentic, Donald 137—KrHogg, Idaho 143—East Pittsburgh, Pa. Malek, Agnes 155—Greenville, Pa. 157—Midland, Pa. Turley, James D. 165—Buffalo, New York Gaspich, Myrna Marie Morog. William Orourkc, Richard Rocks and doubles entries from Nest 467 in N. S. Pitts burgh a newcomer to this phase of CFU Junior activity. While the team events will start at 2:00 P.M. Saturday afternoon, we shall be pre pared to handle such Singles Doubles entrants as will be on hand at 1:00 PM sharp. It being understood that one score rolled by the individual Junior in the Doubles event will rate for Singles consid eration during the tourney. After the tournament bowl ing has been completed, the Junior keglers will move to the Croatian Hall, 110 Bridge Street in Etna, only one block I from the Pantone Alleys I where Nest 21 and the Home Office have chucked in for a Juniors Tournament Social where refreshments and lunch will be served. CFU awarded trophies will crown the champions of 1954, boys and girls each in their own division. Junior Order April Graduation List 4—Johnstown, Pa. Kerestesy, Carol Kisie, Barbara 1(»9—Lyndora, Pa. Novakovski. Jos. Paul 171—Brewster, Ohio Popovich, Charles M. 180—McKeesport, Pa. Martin, Rose Ann 197—Racine, Wisconsin Bucar, Rose Marie 206—Sanborn, Wisconsin Polich, Phyllis M. 208—Weirton, W. Virginia Mihalovich, Mary Mihalovich, Marian 209—Flint, Michigan Klobucher, Joseph Maletic, John Jr. 218—Tooele, Utah 220—Seattle, Washington Petrovich, John 221—Indiana Harbor, Indiana Ovas, Marie Anna Smokvina, Mary C. 223—Verona, Pennsylvania Lonack, Nick Jr. 225—Yukon, Pennsylvania Furin, George B. Kopor. Jeanne 239—Sacramento, Calif. Velaga, Elizabeth 242—So. Chicago, Illinois 243—He mi in ie, Pa. Barin, George 248—Warwood West Virginia 256—San Pedro, Calif. Setko, Toma N. 257—Iron Mountain, Mich. Pilat, Rudolph R. 260—Delvalb, Illinois Pavclich, Mary D. 264—Leadville, Colorado 272—Canonsburg, Pa. Sokac, Mildred Ann 282—San Francisco, Calif. 311—Barberton, Ohio Kozarevic, George W. 314—Joliet, Illinois Bajt, Dorothy J. 318—Detroit, Michigan Petro, Ann Mary 324—St. Louis, Missouri Kovacich, Mary J. Piskulic, Carol J. 325—Export, Pa. Pavlovich, Franjo 330—Virginia, Minnesota 341—Joliet, Illinois Bjekich, Marko Hibler, Michael 352—Hibbing, Minnesota 364—Rock Springs, Wyoming Bartolic, Richard 372—Peoria, Illinois 386—N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Banovatz, Patricia 396—Girard, Ohio 411—West N. Y., New Jersey Ambrose, John M. 442—E. Chicago, Illinois Vuletieh, Lorraine 450—Hazelton, Pa. Pojovich. George 160—Benvyr, Illinois The Payroll Savings Plan helped me save over $6,000! says Frank A. Squires, of Naperville, Illinois .How often have you said, "Sure, I'd love to save. But on my pay, I can't." If Frank Squires could start on a furniture hiker's pay, and save up wards of $6,000—you Mr. Squires retired last month after a life time in the trucking and shipping depart ment of The Kroehler Mfg. Co., world's largest furniture manufacturers. The answer is the one that worked for him. Investing in Savings Bonds through the systematic Payroll Savings Plan! The Plan really works— because it saves Just go to your company's pay oftice and sign a Payroll Savings application. Then your saving is automatically done fot you —before you even draw your pay. It is invested in interest-efttning U. S. Series Hamilton Loop Having One "Devil" Of A Time Hamilton, Ont. Four weeks ago the Red Devils of the Lodge 644 League were in last place 17 points behind the leading Ao.es. But in their spectacular rise which includes two clean sweeps, the latest on March 24 being against the Aces, themselves, the Red Devils have moved within five points of the top perch. All the stel lar play over the past month has not, however, been con fined to one team the Aces proved their caliber a week ago when they established a seasonal high of 3908. The bowlers as individuals on twenty nine occasions fired series 600 or better, the men at one time reaching into the 700 bracket while Ann Kos- 484—Flin Flon, Man. Eric. Lovro 505—Creighton Mine, Ont. 544—Timmins, Ontario Rubcic, Mary 596—Calgary, Alta 608—Cooksville, Ont. Popovich. Vladimir 615—Toronto, Ont. 501—Chicago, Illinois Safranich, George 513—Rockdale, Joliet, Illinois Bentley, William M. Turk, Eugene W. 590—Pittsburgh, Pa. Latkovic, John 610—Chicago, Illinois 614—Fontana, California Karavanich, Frank CANADA 286—Sail It Ste Marie, Ont. 397—Hamilton, Ontario Miladin, Franjo Muzak, Mary 422—E. Windsor, Ontario 465—Nanainio, B. C. Willes, Bozo 471—Port Arthur, Ont. Blazina, Jeannie L. 474—Stellarton, N. S. Czrvinski, Anton Majcan, Zvonimir 480—Vancouver, B. C. E Savings Bonds, in your name, and the Bonds are turned over to you. Saving only $3.75 a week can bring you $5,153.72! If you sign up to save only 53.75 a week, in 5 years you'll have 51,025.95 in 9 years 8 months you'll have $2,137.30. And in 19 years 8 months, $5,153.72! All in Bonds that go on earning Gottrnmtnt Jots not pay foi this *ditrtisi»g. Tbt Trtasury DepJilwem tkauls, for 'heir patriotic donttton. tht Adi ertising Council and The Croatian Fraternal Union Of America (A/tTH U S'. r4(///VST BOA/OS ON TU£ PAYROLL SAWNGS PLAN trich getting into that cate gory twice. Ann Kostrich was e e i o n a y i i a n o n March 17th when she rolled a 792 series the best game in the set being a 290. This new three game high replaces the 779 posted earlier by Mary Herbolic. Scores over the past four weeks that give rise to Hamil ton's hopes is the coming C.F.U. Five Pin Tournament are based on such recent showings as Matt Rukavina, 304, 608, 672, 707 Gino Polo niato, 307, 689 Frank Bla guski, 650, 669, 688 John Bratina, 644, 661 George Racki, 608, 626, 658,659 Joe Myos, 641, 648, 665 Dinko Glavicich, 610,631 and Steve Pcsun, 611, 614. The girls taking no back -seat cither had their elite scores namely, Ann Kostrich, 318, 680, 718, 792 Josephine Ma e o v i c, 699 Ann Benich, 613, 636 Steffy Myos, 624 and Mary Herbolic 623. Hissed Spares Factor In Cleveland Picture Cleveland, Ohio As the season draws to a close, the race for first place continues. A difference of five and one half games between 1st and 5th place teams as of March 22nd keeps everyone hopping. Missing a spare at this stage can be quite costly. The spring weather, before Old Man Winter decided on a return call, brought out the power in the ladies, Monday. March 22nd. Ann Perovich tossed 8 strikes in a row and ended with a beautiful 265 game. This is an all-time high for our league. Her 566 series coupled with 191-504 by Frances York helped Grcenhut Jewelers take three from the Grdina Recreation. Helen Pokersnik hit a nice 208-527 set which enabled the Social Club 99 to take a pair from the Slapnik Florist team. Our first place team, Ezella Dress Shop, battled it out with the stubborn second place Holland Furnacees. Beautiful rolling by Kay Rudman 221-518 and Martha Strmac's 201-508 and Kay an example of how savings pile up—on the systematic Pajrroil!Savings Plan! Start on the realistic road to financial independence now! More than 8 million working men and women arc saving successfully on Payroll Savings. For your family's sake, and your own, how about joining today? If you're self-employed, join the Bond-A-Monih Plan where you bank. Zordic, 190 gave the Holland el's a dual victory from the manequins. Mary Strahinic, 187-489 and Goldie Malone, 344-478 were high for the losers. A. Grdina and Sons return ed to winning ways by taking all three from Marin's Tav ern on the strength of Elea nor DeWille's 191-497 and Vi Antoncic's 178-489. Eleanor has been having a rough time with the maples, but this may have been the corner where she has turned. Golub's Funeral Home team took two games from the Miles Park Florist with Angela Hand bowling 456 Ann Pipa, 476 and Millie Kri vacic, 175-450. For the Flo rists it was Mary Badovick high with 188-475. An oddity of the previous week's bowling was Kitty Koscica rolling 133-144-155 consecutively. Five weeks still remain in the current schedule and it's the case of holding to your seats in the league standings with just about any team in the first division still eligible to be the 1954 champs. Battle Royal Brewing For Harbor Loop Title Indiana Harbor, Ind. The two teams in the thick of it for the lead in the Harbor ites Bowling League came through with the best yet in team triples. The leading Pru siecki Morticians with a fine card of 2535 and the Dr. Pep per Beverage team not too far behind with 2520. Ed Kresich with 220-553 took the sessional honors much as did George Boravich the week prior with 215-529. Among the ladies it was Alice Dubiel with 200-506 at the March 28th meet while the week before a similar honor fell to Marge Trtan with 183 508. Others to merit mention with lesser scores were Frank Gavura, 543 Ray Dubczak, 535 John Klarich, 515 and M. Kalafatich with 490. While among the fair sex members Ann Zunac had 186-488 and Mickey Dubiel, 444. Junior Pinbusters Will Hit Spotlite During Running Of Tourney In Detroit Pittsburgh, Pa. In De troit all Junior bowling per tinent to the 20th Annual Tenpin Tournament will be confined to the time 9:45 AM until noon, Saturday, May 8. Five man teams will bowl at that time, with the individual scores bowled in this event to simultaneously rate for Sing les and Doubles consideration. This, too, will be the extent of the Juniors' bowling in this tournament. Neither can a Junior claim prizes in both divisions, nor will scores bowled in the adult division be carried into the junior di vision or vice versa. The winners, boys and girls, in team, doubles and singles play will receive ap propriate championship tro phies, which last tournament stood the Society some $180. There will also be a social in the hotel, to which expense both the Lodge 351, tourna ment hosts, and the Home Office will pitch in financially. All Junior entries to this tournament, which can make Pooties Getting Dose Of Rough Pin Medicine Kenosha, Wise. The Am ity League Pooty Parpers took it on the chin twice in their match March 25th with the Whipper Snappers. While the league pacers were handed a reverse the fast stepping Jets moved within three games of the lead by taking the set with the last place Red hots. The meet was marked with Anne Walsh posting a new seasonal high of 494 while Anne Pantovich tied the for mer high of 485 held by Anne Miller. Frieda Odar came thru the third week in a row with the one game sessional high, this latest attempt be ing her highest with 186. Allen Krok after a week's absence among the sessionally highs listed scores of 212-553, the triple mark taking its place with Frank Topolovec's 588. Ed Babich rolled 211-540, Frank Widmanich 484 and yours truly 466. As the season grinds clo ser to an end, it appears that the aforementioned scores a long with Frank Topolovec's 233 and Anne Miller's 208 are rather sure to be the 1954 season's best. Lyons Loop Also Rans Crying In The Chapel Lyons, III. The Pavlak Lyons Chapel keglers have for the past six weeks held to their lead in the Lodge 228 Mixed League. Some of the wins have been close calls but against nine opponents they have more than held their own in a for midable field. Charles Grocers and the Lyons Bankers are as of March 28th tied at 51-42 for the runner-up spot. Steve's Place men, until a few weeks ago, the runner-up team have dropped to fourth place. The Lodgemen who never were higher nor lower than sixth and seventh place have finally moved into the top division. The individual scores com pounded over the reported period show John Rodina, 2 5 5- 6 2 5- 6 4 4 o e a v a k 618 Stanley Kauzlarich, 603 Sam Marohnich, 599 Bob Meine, 594: and Russell Kauzlarich, 232. Eva Jadro among the ladies has timp and again come up with the sessional honors, her best ef forts being 193-507-508. The next best feminine mark was a 475 rolled by Millie Ruzich. Seasonal highs among in dividuals as of March 28th stand with Bill Kure a claim ant with 257 Russell Kauz larich, 648 Eva Jadro, 518 and Mary Vidas with a single game mark of 200. use of the same entry blank which the adult use, should be mailed to the CFU Sports Educational Dept., 3441 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh 13, Pa. Like all entries, these have a deadline too, which will be April 15, 1954. We be seech those behind the vari ous Nest teams to bear this in mind. This is mGSt important in order that we can include the list of Juniors' teams with the adult teams' schedule which is already complete for pub lication in the Zajedničar. Thus far we have heard only from a girls' and boys' team from the C.F.U. Chil e n s o e W e e a though, that Junior partici pation is brewing in Cleve land, Chicago and of course in Detroit, the tournament city, where Helen Hecimo vich, Manager of Nest 318 and her'cohorts are whipping up a sizeable entry. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. Los Angeles Pinsters Bowing To Woodpickers Los Angeles, Calif. The Woodpickers nestled atop of the Interlodge league look down on the remaining eleven teams, the closest of whom are the Ann's Dudes, a team that has moved into the No. 2 spot. A notch behind them at a one game margin are the Two and One, an outfit that steadily has moved upward. With a record of 62-50, the Spirit of St. Louis and Sirens take over the next two rungs as do the knotted Kings and Queen and the 3 Hits and Miss teams with a 56-56 showing. Lucy Papac with 185-484 and Bob Radich, 614 and Vince Pavesich, 217 stole the individual show at the March 19th meet. Frank Stancich, Jr. rang up 550 Bob Roth, 545 Rex Berridge, 538 Millie Pecel, 445 Shirley Bradvica, 428 and Helen Grancich, 162 424. Mary L. Missick Mah-Val Circuit Hits Late Season Heat Wave Youngstown, Ohio The heat was on at the March 28 session of the Mahoning Val ley League. The Tigers blast ed out a new three game high of 2462 which included a one game second best of 908. Bill Preveč and Ann Choc key let loose with a fury that netted them new seasonal highs, Bill coming thru with 253-677, both new marks. Ann Chockey fired 194 which blossomed into a 503 series, only the latter figure being a new seasonal high. Fran Rogan who owns a 194 came back to repeat as she chalked up a 492 series and Eleanor u a k, 482, respectively. By St. Joseph P. T. A. Gary. Indiana An unusual Cook Book containing S87 foreign recipes of yesteryear! Exact measurements for the Cook of today. Price (incl. postage) $2.25 Order Yours NOW from the Cook Book Committee /o St. Joseph P. T. A. 221 E. 43rd Ave., Gary, Ind. What about the men? Zort Chockey with 225-649 and Walter Kunovich along with Bill Prevec's 253-677, also made it three new seasonal triple marks in the men's ranks. At the present the Indians lead the six team loop, four games ahead of the Tigers their closest rivals. After this the ranks close somewhat as the White Sox, Yankees and Red Sox. The Browns are in last place but may yet enjoy the satisfaction of getting in some good and leader deter mining licks before the finis. Choppers Now Bossing Detroit Ladies League Detroit, Mich. The Onyx Deuces broke an eight game losing streak when they final ly broke into the win column by taking the third game in their match with the Sparks. Meanwhile the Woodchoppers riding the crest of a victory wave made it two consecutive clean sweeps to move into the driver's seat. The Sparkg in shading the faltering Deuces and the Sunshiners beating the. Un lucky Five team kept their knotted complexion for third place, each having 66 points in the win column. Elaine Bork with 192-494 took the sessional honors be ing followed by Neva Ruzich, 456 Jean Devich, 431 Dolo res Corkalo, 431 Vickie Noll, 425 Helen Stimac, 420 and Irene Petracich, 416. Over the last three weeks Bertha Jackovich, 212 and Mitzie Derifay with 520 con cocted the best individual scores, each mark being no threat to the seasonal highs which, stand at 233 for one game by Ruth Lucatch and Mitzie Derifay with 560 for three games. Helen Hecimovich, Scribe No Overtaking Now Of Clairfon Loop Leaders Clairton, Pa. The Morn ing Glories at the March 25th session of the Clairton La dies League ran their string of victories to fifteen straight and now hold a lead of as many games. Their most re cent visit to the alleys found them posting new team highs of 597 artd 1719. The other three teams, the Dandelions, the Pansies and the Roses, have not changed their respective places in the league ladder, other than that the last two have fallen some what behind the second place Dandelions. The one-game high of 198 held by Rosemary Vukusich and the 195 posted by Anna Mae Kukich have withstood the test over the past five weeks. The best scores turned in over this period were 173 421 by Evelyn Batinich, which is extra high shooting for her. The closest to this in triples were a 395 by Ann Milas and Anna Mae Kukich's 388. Twenty-five weeks of bowl ing are behind us in this first attempt in Clairton at a CFU Ladies League. And it goes without contradiction, from the highest average holdej* to the lowest, that each and every one one are the better CFU minded as the result of this activity. 357 West 26th St PE: 6-8835 New York 1, N. I.