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Cernick, Frank Stegner, Robert Pisacich, Bernard Petrina, Helen *74—Brownsville, Penna. Pipic, Bernard Kolavo, Francis Bichak, Ruth Biskup, Frances Matijasic, Vlatko Solomon, Milan Maditz, Edward Kolic, Mary Ann Pisk, Barbara Bacina, Rose 220—Seattle, Washingtor Doshen, Martha Ludwig, Joan Radonich, Nancy Tomljanovich, Philip Dragovich, Dorothy Stipicevich, John Kirincich, John Krznarich, Helen Unkovic, Madaline 519—No. Chicago, Dlinois Beschack, Frank 523—Congress Park, Blinoif Oremus, John Borich, Frank A N A A Waruk, Gerry Branisel, Silvija Centa, Tony Mele, Frank v Angela Yurjako, Sec'y. Michael William Paul L. Joyce E. Nick Milan Ann ••ZAJEDNIČAR" 151 71,939 Ovas Fred Sally John V. Anton Field Workers, Philip Zebich, Sec'y. attention! Page 11. Stephania Fishter, Mgr. LJETINA PODBACILA! ZIMA DOLAZI! POMOĆ POTREBNA! Pakete i drugog odpremamo iz Skladišta u Trstu do primaoca u Jugoslaviji sigurno i brzo. Paket broj 11B $13.20 Paket broj 66B $10.30 6% lbs. kave 11 lbs. riže 11 lbs. Šećera 11 lbs. pašte Paket broj 77B $18.75 20 lbs. bakalara i 1 -j Naručbc sa čekom lba. kave 4'- lbs. riže lbs. šećera lbs. masti Paket broj 88B $7.70 63i lbs^kav* BIJELO BRAŠNO, 100 lbs. vreća, d« Rijeke S 9.00 BIJELO BRAŠNO, 100 lbs. vreća, do stanice primaoca S11.15 TRAŽITE NAŠ C1JEN1K kojeg rado šaljemo bezplatno! iZi VICTOR PERUCICH \n\n October 13, 1954. Hundreds Of Juniors Become Eligible To Transfer To Society's Adult Ranks 4—Johnstown, Penna. Grasa, James Turkovic, Robert 5—Fayette City, Penna. Krucsfalusi, Margtre 7—Denver, Colorado Amman, Lawrence Galich, Josephine 8—Rochester, Penna. Verban, Doris May 10—Gary, Indiana Zaradich, Joseph Majka, Joseph Mattingly, Roberta Nosich, Mary Ann Vician, Stephen John Zarodich, Joseph 15—-Steelton, Penna. Barker, George 17—Chicago, Illinois Cullen, Joseph Lackovic, Michael 20—Wood River, Illinois Krpan, Marija 21—Etna, Penna. 24—Los Angeles, California Pavesic, Vincent 25—Roslyn, Washington 27—Versailles, Penna. Cramer, Anne Puskar, Thomas 29—Madison, Illinois Chlibec, Donald 31—Duquesne, Penna. 32—Uniontown, Penna. Vlasic, Louise 36—Ambridge, Penna. 38—Rankin, Penna. Tomasic, Jean 44—Portland, Oregon Lisac, Jean Evelyn Pomeroy, Daniel 55—ClevcHand, Ohio Marinch, William Profancik, Edward 56—Chicago, Illinois Chopp, Nancy Ellyn 67—Pittsburgh, Penna. Kristoff, George Pupich, Geraldine 71—Branford, Conn. Zvonkovic, Stephanie V Bizik, Paul fcordich, Pavao Kordich, Steve 76—Millvale, Penna. 77—Gallup, New Mexico Roberts, Ronald 85—Butte, Montana Corak, Joanne Tuss, Joseph 89—Whiting, Indiana Delisman, Ronald Schulze, Donald 94—So. Chicago, Illinois 99—So. Chicago, Illinois Kobe, Patricia 111—Pittsburgh, Penna, 120—Detroit, Michigan Biffle, John 125—Masontown, Penna. 148—Summit, Illinois Polich, Patricia Ann 155—Greenville, Penna. Pinkl, Eleanor 176—Mount Clare, W. Va. 180—McKffsport, Penna. Belak, Mary Ann Klisanin, Zlata 181—Gilbert, Minn. Veronick, James 182—Cleveland, Ohio 190—Farrell, Penna. Pilipovich, Norma Prezgaj, Albert 195—Tacoma, Washington 201—Tacoma, Washington Lovrovich, Gerald 207—Camden, New Jersey Kaurloto, Lorraine Vukich, Anna Plenkovich, Jennie Radman, Peter "*21—Indiana Harbor, Ind Gudliski, Gustave 23—Verona, Penna. '/25—Yukon, Penna. Brunazzi, Elaine 229—Dayton, Ohio 239—Sacramento, California Mikulin, Victor 246—San Jose, California 256—San Pedro, California Maleta, John 262—St. David, Illinois 264—Leadville, Colorado Omerigic, Rezo 267—East Chicago, Indiana 270—N. Escanaba, Michigan Raymond, Paula 282—San Francisco, Calif. 311—Barberton, Ohio Juarovisich, Robert Jurich, Rose Marie 314—Joliet, Illinois Ivezich, Jacob Kuta, Irene Theodore, Annette Tomac, Dorothy 322—Chicago, Illinois Corcoran, Vincent Micetic, Marguerite 324—St. Louis, Mo. Brncic, Carol Dana Sinovich, Mary Ann 334—Chicago, Illinois Dragozetich, George 341—Joliet, Illinois 389—Ellwood City, Penna. Savor, Beverly 399—Jerome, Arizona 426—Akron, Ohio Morber, Ivan 443—St. Louis, Mo. Grbcic, Nicholas 487—Detroit, Michigan Alcorn, Charles 516—N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. 550—Calumet, Michigan Brula, Donald 555—Calumet, Michigan 590—Pittsburgh, Penna. Malinaric, Richard Sismour, Edward 599—Youngstown, Ohio Hofman, Betty Pruss, Dorothy 60ft—W. Pittsburgh, Penna. Vessella, Mary Ann 274—Welland, Ontario Turkovich, Nick 286—Sault Ste Marie, Ontario 392—Schumacher, Ontario Galovich, Danilo Matasic, Nikola 456—Kirkland Lake, Ont. 465—Nanaimo, B. 0. Gomercic, Betty 478—Kirkland Lake, Ontario 480—Vancouver, B. C. Tomljenovic, Frances Katalinich, Dragica 511—Picture Butte, Alta Hormath, Ivan Tolj, Allen 152—Luzerne, Penna. Bridaric, Pauline 153—Battle Creek, Mich. 579—Schumacher, Ontario Grsić, Mary 605—Sudbury, Ontario Furach, Joseph Jacmenovic, Lily Columbus Lodge Preps For October 16 Danct Columbus, Ohio "St. An thony" CFTJ Lodge 310 will hold its Annual Fall Dance on Saturday, October 16, at the Croatian Hall, 377 Reeb Ave. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the "Plavi Jadran" Tamburitza Orches tra of Cleveland, Ohio. This popular ensemble will play your favorite songs and dance tunes beginning at 7:30 PM. The Committee has taken all the necessary steps to in sure all in attendance an eve ning of fun and dancing pleasure. The traditional cus tom of having hot barbecued lamb and liquid refreshments will, as usual, be observed at this affair. Tickets for this gala event may be obtained from Sam A. Skunza, Chairman Anthony J. Maricevich, John Kustich, Jo seph Skunza Albert Kurelic or Angela Yurjako. Membership Review For Month Of August, 1954 Membership status ending JULY, 1964 Active 69,572 Reserv« 2,216 Terminations Suspensions 24 Withdrew from mem bership 5 Dead 60 Cash Surrender 86 Reserve Expired 26 Suspension (transfer) 1 152 Total membership ending AUGUST, 1954 71,787 Membership Statu« Active 69,585 Reserve 2,202 29 Cieslak Mara J., Radocaj Rita 33 Brombolich Jolin 35 Delich Frances K. 42 Jelkovac Olpa S. 43 Krsul Loretta Gene 50 Bogdan Lawrence, Pavletich 57 Balog John Steven 66 Ivancich John 70 Rosich John, Rosich Josephine 72 Bartakovic Marlene 81 Swelfer Louis M. 84 Cyr Edward J., Cyr June Ann, Popovich Margaret 85 Istvanic Ivan H., Salinshick Frances, Sullivan Frances 99 Vidak Ivan, Vidak Mary 126 Ceslak Joseph Jr., Zdelar Ma rica 140 Mrvac Mary Ann 146 Pavlic Paula 163 Rufo Anthony, Styma Anna 167 Katich Elmer B. 170 Derr Phillip R. 177 Mudrovich Emily M. 182 Jones Richard L. 185 Fagan John J. 202 Gecan Evelyn B, Sarich Mar lene L. 217 Briski Margaret Ann 222 Bridick John, Optch Andrew M., Plani z Jerome J., Schwertmann James 228 Zaputil Violet L. 240 Borovac Joyce 246 Bustrick Barbara J., Guno vick Robert J. 254 Felix Frances Ann 255 Yug Anthony George 279 Adamerovich Edward 288 Badovinac Mary, Benkovich 337 Kusevich Kathleen 351 Domanski Stella, Giovanelli Rosemary, Madjeric Branko, Rocovich Daniel J., Sveticki Pauline A. 354 Daniels Virginia L, Sabolsky Margaret 355 Kastelic Frank A. 360 Plavan Irene 363 Martin Michael 391 Anick John R., Polich Joseph 392 Hunjadi Richard 403 Ducic George Paul 412 Levandosky William 423 Yakin Mary D. 425 Beritich Antone D., Kinkela 432 Furin George 435 Karlovich John, Koletich Bar bara 440 Hecimovich William 443 Drazenovich John 490 Miladin Helen J. 523 Kumpar Lois M. 530 Milosevich John A. 533 Matyasic Vlatko 535 Muhic Barbara Ann 540 Quesenberry William 541 Vuic Daniel 548 Dubich Frances Joan 566 Mihalic Louis 595 Petrovich Dorothy, Rade k a 598 Cvetnic John S., Luich Michael 599 Kriskovich Louis 634 Dragicevich Marianne 658 Stimac William J. 663 Spretnak Marianne 671 Opalich Kathryn J. 734 Gregovich Helen 736 Haramic Catherine A. 738 Verbonitz Peter 809 Billow Joanne Marie 843 Velega Elizabeth L. 848 Vukovich Lawrence 856 Lacko Charles, Mikula Paul, Vasilko Margaret M., Zorich Mary Ann 859 Cook Norma, Janezic Robert, Klepac Violet, Lesiak Mary Ann, Starešina CaroA, Stare šina Cathryn 867 Mullan Corrine 880 Thurston Robert W. 929 Zupanovich Frances 934 Tomich Vera 948 Yelich John J. New Members Canada 644 Juratovac Petar, Krpan Marko 650 Zelic Dragica 739 Garzone Vittorio 786 Primorac Rosie 787 Benac John, Katalinic Caro line, Katalinic Joe, Katnich Jack, Mahovlich Mary 793 Bene George 816 Drobnij Mary 930 Smalcel John 946 Drazenovic Milan 952 Budisavljevic Mile, o i Ivan Gans Alex, Korenich Rose Marie 954 Pechnik Nellie, Vucetic Wal ter 961 Badovinac Nickolas Reinstatements 19 Loncaric Peter 26 Ribich Petar 129 Markov Jacob 241 Marchinko Barbara 248 Primorac Albert 248 Primorac Nicholas Total 71,788 New written 144 Reinstated termi* nations 3 Transferred from Jr. Order (20 Yr. End.).. 4 Total 71,787 New Members United State« 2 Gjuratic Antonija 4 Levak Mary, Zugaj Carolyn 5 Ramach Michael, Serball Le ona, Tacik Francis J. 6 Ritmanich Anna C. 19 Pavliclc Anna 24 Price Rose Mary 28 Pintar Delores A., Pinter 666 Jelusich Davor 787 Asich Anton 873 De Giacomo Shirley 289 Geusic Michael 305 Emeric Fabian 326 Siseta Joe 423 Hribar John, Krivan John, Krochek Bertha, Tomic Mari ja. 588 Marevic Ivan 869 Markov Evelyn V., Markov Reinstated From Reserve 81 Markovich Frank 335 Skradski Frank 734 Walden Rose 804 Riffle Anna 963 Peterson Kathryn M., Peter son Harold E. Reserve Members 20 Dudukovich Dolores, Duduko vich Milton 28 Deering Bert L. 35 Wise Mary 46 Lesich Marie, Lesich Mike 129 Sinclair Lillian 137 Lucien Fracasso 170 Novakovich Anna 175 Tomac Frances 189 Babich Marty 231 Kosich Richard J. 234 Sable Joseph 293 Stojkovic Dora 351 Luburich Peter 392 Dings Frances 423 Yurkovic Pavao 440 Dosen John M. 463 Philips Josip 505 Dolusic John 518 Bechtel Katarina 532 Matesa Stanko, Matesa Stan ko (Inc) 595 Mrkich Dusan 732 Rudar George 859 Boerio Armand L., Cimbalos Jela, Patrick Mary, Strmac Joseph 903 Horvat Fred 608 Gerovac Albert, Kolak Louis, 814 Skulac Nick 834 Previsich Mary, Previsich Ni kola 949 radian John 975 Gospić Marko Suspended By P. L. and PJaced On Reserve 99 Simunic Jaga B. D. 284 Trojak Emil A. 737 Carapina Ann Suspended Members 2 Naglich Josephine, Uhna* John 42 Matesh John E. 141 Naglich Mary 170 Silaghi Evelyn 175 Bryant Helen, Kucinic Bart J. 423 Galovich Gloria 498 Badovinac George 541 Kluko Barbara, Kluko Kath ryn 548 Wojcik Jean 550 Vekic Joseph 557 Gadzo Joseph Jr. 564 Spear Rose Helen 582 Pax Elizab^h 732 Rudar Rose M. 872 Mihalovich John 974 Mayer Anna 837 Strumbely Mary 895 Avdovic Murat 919 Krmpotich Daniel, Krmpotich 675 Domic Ivica Suspended By P. L. 952 Premuzic Vlado Withdrew Fro^i Membership 241 Pericek Milka 352 Winwich Darlene 579 Robbins Diana 643 Sojack Madonna 760 Allen Florence Cash Surrenders 5 Nezich Rose 6 Vucic Anthony E. 21 Herakovic Elizabeth 34 Klasnich Edward, K U n u s 46 Plovich Pete 66 Ropar Charles M. 81 Sracic Matt 101 Rhye John Philip 129 Radonich Alice 134 Petrusic Mirko 170 Talbert Carl M., Talbert Syl via 175 Perislch Vincent 177 Prkačin Peter J. 180 Spritzer Thomas (Matured) 241 Turkovich Steve 270 Kezele Stanley, Zager Danica 271 Matic Jurka (Matured) 304 Ozenich Andrew R. 356 Valladon Mary 423 Kolich George 523 Knezovic Manda 530 Luksetich Tom A. 550 Dorich Albert 635 Marincel Matt (Matured) 641 Harsich Edward (Res) 727 Thompson Genevieve 859 Jelenic Nick 869 Millch Anthony 880 Primorac Katherine 628 Waruk Stanley 650 Banjavclc Ivan 787 Veza Zorka 873 Cimprich John Reserve Expired 11 Berls Charles 43 Ribich William 70 Bruketa John 94 Begich Cecilia 194 Vlasic George 202 Brodarich John 213 Nadji Edward 288 Grcevich Nikola 306 Crnich Fred 326 Vodopia Luka 360 Gudac William 432 Foster John 437 Gacek Mildred 440 Grahovac John, Hecimovich 563 Obal Mary Rose 588 Kuzmanic Nedilka J. 720 Zeigler Steve 734 Greene Mildred 770 Perpich Helen 775 Lar Andro 854 Mandich Nicholas 867 Jasprica William 940 Pipich Frank J. 644 Kucan Simun, Magov&C JOVO 832 Budak Luka Wide Open Event Buffalo, N. Y. An un usual venture in our neck of the woods, a Lamb Roast and Dance, is being planned by the members of the C.F.U. Lodge 557 Bowling League, for Saturday night, October 16th, at the Croatian Hall, 226 Condon Avenue. Music by Frank Rovison and his Slav Serenaders will be furnished for your danc ing and listening pleasure throughout the festivities. The price for an entire eve ning of entertainment, lamb, beverages and what have you, is $3.00 per person or $5.00 a couple. We hope you'll take advan tage of this bargain of the year and join us on Satur day, October 16th, at the Cro atian Hall. George Rok, Publicity Battle Creek Members Must Vote On Building Battle Creek, Midi. The Annual CFy Lodge 533 Hal loween Dance will take placc Saturday evening, October 30. at the Croatian Home, 115 Third Street, Battle Creek. The fun will begin at 9:00 PM when the Balkan Cava liers of Detroit swing into musical action for the pleas ure of those who like to dance. Your favorite solid or liquid refreshment will also be available, so come out that night and let yourself go. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend this frolic. In the meantime, we call on all members of Lodge 533 to turn out Sunday afternoon, October 17, at 2 o'clock for one of our most important meetings in years. Each and every one of you will be asked to act on the building program which we have in mind. A start in that direction was made last month, but the "OK" must come at the meeting on Octo ber 17 if we are going to see this dream come through to realization. Please attend this meeting and speak your mind, one way or the other. Those failing to attend cannot exercise the right of criticizing whatever our final decision may be re garding the project. Jake Remenar, Recorder Hamilton Lodge Ready For First Fall Frolic Hamilton, Ont. The members of CFU Lodge 644 will sponsor their first Dance of the Fall Season on Satur day, October 16, in the Hall at 243 Beach Road. A good orchestra has been engaged for the evening and the committee on arrange ment expects to see a banner crowd on hand at 8:00 PM for the festivities. All kinds of refreshments will be served to add to your enjoyment. Detroit Choral Group -iy For Fall Season A o imately 62,500,000 human beings are born into the world every year. That's about two every second. Plen ty of prospects for member ship in the CFU among them, so look around you and sign xour share today, .. Iroit, Mich. The mem bers of the Croatian Singing S o i e y N i i n a e a e busily engaged with prepara tions for their Fall Dance which will be held on Sunday, October 31, at the Slovenian National Home, 17141 John R. Street, Detroit. Beginning at 6:00 PM., and leading the merriment, we will have the Cavaliers strum ming out your favorite dance tunes. If you like to dance, and who doesn't, by all means be on hand for this shuffle. Your favorite snack and beverages are also on the menu for the event. Tickets for the Dance can be obtain ed from any* member of "Nightingale". There you have it, Detroit ers, just reserve the above mentioned date and plan to have a grand time with us. Stephanie Walter, Sec'y. Milwaukee Vans Shift Into Gear Of Activity Milwaukee, Wise. The "Vanguards" of CFU Lodge 807 are going places! Remember the date, Octo ber 24th. That's when we in tend to celebrate the 60th An nive. :ary of the Croatian Fraternal Union, and we don't want you to forget it. Our Halloween Hand-Out Dance will be held on Satur day evening, October 30 at Karlovich's Hall, 539 South Sixth Street. The dance is an annual affair, so you know how much fun you can have. The "hand-out," of course, means refreshments and the accompanying brew. So come one, come all for your "hand out" and see what's brewing in the Vanguard camp. Ask any Vanguard member for your ticket. The Rocki's played host re cently to cousins from Oma ha, also loyal members of the CFU, Mildred and Helen Gr gich and Paula Vranes. Paula and Helen are members of the St. Nicholas Choir of Omaha who entertained royally at the Serb Memorial Hall. It was a pleasure to hear this talent. Gabby Vanguard Dukane Tammies Slate Concert In Rochester o e s e Pa. The world famous Duquesne Uni v e s i y a u i z a n s w i make their first Beaver Coun ty appearance of the 1954-55 concert season on Wednes day, October 20, at 8:00 PM in the Rochester High School Auditorium. Backing the ensemble's ap pearance on the occasion are the Knights of Columbus Charities, the members of which have distributed tic kets for the concert through out the County. All members and friends of the Croatian Fraternal Union are invited to attend this superb show and thus help support a cause which deserves the attention of everyone. John R. Mikan, Scribe Youngstown Choir In Hectic Day October 17 Youngstown, Ohio The initial Fall venture of the "Strossmayer" Singing Soci ety will be an Indoor Picnic, scheduled for Sunday, Octo ber 17th, at the Croatian Home, 1012 W. Federal St. Beginning promptly at 1:00 PM there will be delicious barbecued lamb and "prase tina" and other refreshments available to our guests. The well known Biser Tam buritzans of Conway, Pa., will be on hand starting at 4:00 PM, to entertain all of you with their melodious strains of the waltz, polka, kolo and other familiar Croatian folk songs. Friends and members of our newly organized kolo group, here is your opportu nity, to try out the various kolo steps which you have learned. Stella Toplek, Rec. Sec'y. East Pitt Choir Will Hold Masquerade Dance E. Pittsburgh, Pa. The "Sloboda" Singing Society of this city will sponsor a Mas querade Dance on Sunday, October 31, at the South Sla vic Workers Home, corner of North and Electric Avenues, East Pittsburgh. The colorful proceedings will get under way at 8:00 PM and feature the "Slobo da" Tamburitza Orchestra in the role of catering to your dancing whims. There will be prizes for the best dressed mummers, so leave your troubles at home on Sunday, October 31, and hotfoot it to the Workers Home for one of those old fashioned nights of fun. Arrangements Committee Youngsfown's "Strossmayer" Glee C!u Starts New Kolo School Oft With Bang Youngstown, Ohio The recent organization meeting of the "Strossmayer" Kolo Group was a huge success as the turnout was splendid. All those in attendance have al ready picked up a few kolo steps and are well pleased with the teaching methods used by Catherine Nosich. It was very gratifying to watch the mothers and fath ers, along with their young sters, mastering the various kolo routines. More children are still needed to make this group more effective and we hope to sign them up in the very near future. In order that the young sters may obtain their pro per rest, the rehearsal hours have been changed and are now held every Thursday eve Proposed Beaver Valley Duckpin Loop Will Be Discussed Sunday, October 17 West Bridgcwater, Pa. A meeting will be held Sun day, October 17, for the pur pose of discussing and subse quently organizing a Beaver County CFU Bowling League. Loncher's Lanes, 1441 Mar ket Street, West Bridgewater, will be the scene of this im portant session. Time, 2:30 PM sharp. All interested members are urged to attend and participate in the talks revolving around the organi zation of such a loop. To date, interest in the pro posed circuit has been shown by quints representing Lod ges in New Brighton, Roches ter, Conway, Midland and Aliquippa, with Ambi'idge making its move in the direc tion over the past weekend. Still other Beaver County centers are certain to follow suit before the October 17th meeting. i Present plans call for the proposed league to inaugurate its season Sunday, October Johnnie Juniors Must Keep Dues Up To Date Johnstown, Pa. No mem ber of Junior Order Nest 4 will be kept in good standing any longer than two (2) months as the result of a rul ing handed down by the mem bers of CFU Lodge 5. That's the rule and I must abide by it faithfully. I therefore call upon all parents of our Nest youngs ters to see to it at once that the dues of their boys and girls are brought up to date or else. It is also important that I have the correct home ad dress of every Nest member. We have hundreds of chil dren in our ranks and I must know, in case of necessity or other good reasons, where every youngster resides. If you have moved, please let me know your new mailing address as soon as possible. Parents, no other organiza tion can match the protection offered by the Croatian Fra ternal Union's Junior Order Department. Nor can you get better protection for less money than you pay our So- ning between the hours of 7:00 and 9:00 PM. Those of you who missed out on the initial session, and that includes men, women and children of all ages, please feel free to come up any Thursday, to the Croatian Home, 1012 W. Federal Street and join up. Any information which you may desire pertaining to our kolo classes may be obtained by contacting Helen Badnck, at LI-58713. Many thanks to all of you who have joined this wonder ful organization, to those who are anticipating joining in the future, and to the Editors of the "Zajedničar" for the won derful cooperation received and for the wide publicity of this great venture. Helen Badnck, Pub. 31, at 2:00 PM and meet ev ery Sunday afternoon there after for at least 20 weeks. This, however, is subject to change during the course of the October 17 rally. A suggestion has already been made that the loop oper ate on a "mixed basis", i. e., three men and two ladies to a team. This, too, will come up for discussion and be set tled to the satisfaction of the majority. Beaver County keglers who won prizes last May during the Lodge 738 Mixed Duckpin Tournament have not, as yet, claimed all their awards. Those remaining to be dis tributed will be given their rightful owners during the meeting on October 17. Those interested in the or ganization of a Beaver Ldtffl? ty C. F. U. Dux League" afer urged to phone Beaver 676 i? they are unable to attend the meeting. Please cooperate. Rankin Lodge 6 Looks Ahead To Better Days Rankin, Pa. All members of CFU Lodge 6 are urgently requested to attend the next regular monthly meeting on Sunday, October 17, at the usual time and place. Many important matters must be discussed and settled on the occasion and decisions made pertaining to the fiiture welfare of our ranks. With only several months remain ing before 1954 bows out of the picture, it behooves us to give thought to 1955 and make plans for what promises to be one of the Society^ action-packed years. Finally, we urge all mem bers to keep their dues paid up to date. Don't permit your dues to fall behind, for you must pay the penalty in the long run for being lax. Thomas Bogg, Pres. Mary Cubakovic, Sec'y. ciety for protecting the life of your boy or girl, or both. Why, then, permit the dues of your youngsters to go un paid when it takes so little to keep them up to date? Honry Order a i i na: Phone: UNion 6-4797 5912 Palisade Avenue West New York, N. J.