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Decern oer S, 1954.
Robert Burns, Jr., Sec'y. Youngstown, Ohio Ev Helen O'Pallck, Sec'y. street, in& Joseph Muskovac, Sec'y. William Zivitz, Sec'y. "ZAJEDNIČAR* Matt Zoretich, Sec'y. Edward Sabollc g* "M vm mt I Ibii. Rice 1,3 11 Mary Ognanovieh, Sec'y. ESTABLISHED—USTANOVLJENI 1922 12 Od 5 20.00 do 5 40.00 51.50 I Od 5 50.00 do 5 70.00.. ...52.00 Od $ 75.00 do 5100.00 52.50 O Z O 6 0 0 I N A A Z A O A O Z O Sada možete legalno poslati 600 dinara za dolar u domovinu. Za svaki PAR AVION MONEY ORDER mora se nadodati kako slijedi: Od 5150.00 do $200.00 $4.00 I Od 5110.00 do 5150.00 5330 Sve pošiljke isplaćujemo samo poštom preko Narodne Banke a Zagreba, sa 6 1118 i dana uz potpunu garanciju. Izdavamo službeni Receipt za svaki dolar. Naručbe šaljite na: Page 11. Oliio On Sun Mary Marinkovich, Sec'y. John Benko, Sec'y. Peter Grbelya, Sec'y. ww*** L."UOVI MOLIMO SAČU VAJTE OVAJ CiJENIK i .16 .12 .20 .20 .15 .20 .16 .25 .60 .95 .85 .35 1.20 1.25 .75 .65 .60 1.25 1.25 1.20 1.90 1.00 .65 .75 .75 .75 .25 .15 Od 5250.00 do 5500.00 55.00 ZA YISE OD 5500.00 JEDAN DOUR PO STOTINI. 4 \n\n -OFFICIAL MINUTES- THE EXECUTIVE BOARD AT WORK THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1954 The Supreme President, bro. Mandich, opened the ses sion with official greetings and extended a warm welcome to bro. Krasich on his safe return from the West Coast. All Members of the Board and Officials were present. The Minutes of the October 27 session were approved as. read. The Supreme Secretary, bro. Bella, presented the fol lowing cases: Lodge 6 Jela Rujevčan named her husband benefi ciary, who predeceased the member. The Board approved payment to 9 surviving children in equal shares. Lodge 27 Gaspar Buneta exhausted the reserve on his certificate and requests assistance from the National Fund through the Lodge. The Board approved the issuance of a $400.00 certificate effective as of November 1, 1954, to be designated for funeral expenses only. The sum of $268.66 to purchase said certificate shall be paid from the National Fund. Lodge 51 Kuzma Bujan exhausted the reserve on his certificate and now requests assistance from the Na tional Fund through the Lodge. The Board approved the issuance of a $400.00 paid-up certificate effective November 1, 1954, to be designated for funeral expenses only. The sum of $306.64 to purchase said certificate shall be paid from the National Fund. Lodge 102 Michael Markesich wishes to designate his Estate as beneficiary, which the Board approved. Lodge 170 Ivan Kupres designated his wife benefi ciary, who predeceased the member. The Board approved payment to 5 surviving children in equal shares. Lodge 352 Mark Daniels submitted an application for an increase of $3000.00 in insurance, which the Board approved. Lodge 356 Franjo Čizmar named his wife benefi ciary, who predeceased the member. The member made a change of beneficiary to his sister on the certificate in his own handwriting, but did not do so on forms supplied by the Union. On the opinion rendered by our Legal Counsel lor, the Board approved payment of the claim to the sister. Bro. Zornjak submitted his report on the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the SNPJ in Chicago. His ex penses of $20.00 were approved for payment. CS Ul Q4V.VV weic appiuvcu IUI podmeno. Ai.i-_i.j- Of-ppf Sister Niksic submitted her report on attending the annual meeting of the Indiana State Fraternal Congress. Her expenses of $56.73 were approved for payment. Bro. Skrtic submitted his report on the annual meet ing of the Ohio State Fraternal Congress. His expenses of $66.08 were also approved for payment. Bro. Vukelich informed the Board that he was ex tended an invitation by Lodge 650 in Toronto to be the guest speaker at their 60th Anniversary celebration of the Society on November 20. His expenses are to be paid by the local committee. Bro. Belanic was delegated as our official representa tive to attend the annual meeting of the New England Fra- ternal Congress to be held in Boston on November 20. The following items were approved for payment: $50.00 to the United Lodges of Cleveland for extraor dinary expenses incurred during the 1954 CFU Membership Campaign. $15.00 to the Minnesota Fraternal Congress for dues. $10.00 to the Old Newsboy's Fund for crippled children. $187.00 to H. N. Bruce and Assoc*, actuaries, for ser vic •es rendered in October. $30.00 to the Community Chest. $10.00 to the Salvation Army. wV $10.00 to the Fraternal Investment Assoc. p£ the Na Hanal Fraternal Congress for dues. $75.55 to bro. Krasich for expenses incurred in attend ing an official meeting of the Children's Home Committee, as per decision of the Supreme and Executive Boardsf $50.00 donation to the Central Committee of Southern California Lodges for the promotion of Kolo Dancing. $24.20 to the S. French Co. of New York for several juvenile English plays which are to be added to our library for distribution to our lodges. Bro. Krasich gave a brief report of his trip to the West Coast where he had attended several celebrations of our Lodges. A detailed report shall be published in the Official Organ in several installments. His expenses were paid by the local committees. Bro. Mandich gave a report on the proceedings of the Pennsylvania Fraternal Congress which was held in Pitts burgh. Most of the Board Members and Officials attended the sessions and banquet. Bro. Grasha was extended the honor of being selected to the Executive Board of the Con gress, while bro. Balaban was appointed to the Legal Section. Bro. Ovcarich, Secretary of the Sick Benefit Depart ment, presented to the Board the following cases: Lodge 29 In behalf of sister Louise Birsic, cert. C-47839, the Lodge submitted a letter explaining the case of the above captioned member's denied operation benefits: On the recommendation of the Supreme Medical Examiner and Secretary of the Sick Benefit Department, the Board approved the payment of this claim as per Section 296. Lodge 52 Brother Ivan Kelam, cert. 80649, submit ted a letter to reconsider his claim for denied operation benefits. Due to the fact that his operation was not of serious nature, the Board cannot approve the payment Of same. Lodge 141 Sister Bara Mihalić, cert. 85563, submit ted a claim for operation benefits. According to the Su preme Medical Examiner her operation was of serious na ture, therefore, on his and bro. Ovcarich's recommendation, the Board approved the payment of said operation claim as per Section 296. There being no further business to transact, the Su preme President adjourned the session. Joseph Bella, Supreme Secretary Baltimore Members To Discuss January Dance Baltimore, Md. The an mual meeting for the members of C.F.U. Lodge 684 will be staged on Sunday, December 12th, at the Finnish Hall, 601 S. Ponca Street. The regular monthly meet ing will get under way at 10:30 AM and later followed by the yearly session. At that time we will have the election of officers and a discussion on our By-Laws. Also on the agenda for dis cussion is our proposed Jan uary 29th dance. .The officers of the Lodge and those of Junior Nest 436 wish to take this opportunity to wish all of our affiliates a Merry Christmas and a Hap jy New Year. Youngstown Ladies In Party At Croatian Home Youngstown, Ohio The Ladies Auxiliary of the Cro atian Home, located at 1012 West Federal Street, will stage its annual Christmas Party on Sunday, December 12. The husbands, and the male friends of our single af filiates, are also invited to attend. Our guests will naturally enjoy the fine music and plea sant atmosphere of the affair, and the ladies who are in the "Secret .pal" club will have a gift exchange. We would like to have all our members and friends in attendance at this social ga thering this coming Sunday at the Croatian Home. Barbara Mikovich, Pub. Refreshments To Cap Youngstown Elections ery member of C.F.U. Lodge 435 should make a special ef fort to attend the regular monthly and annual meetings which are to be held on Sun day, December 19, in Mikicic Hall, at 1545 Poland Ave. The regular meeting will begin promptly at 1:00 PM and the election of Lodge of ficers for 1955 will follow im mediately thereafter. Come out that day and vote as you please. If you fail to vote, do not criticize those who did cast a ballot. Why not check your dues book today and see if you're behind in this important de partment? Those who are should look into the matter during the next meeting. e e s e n s w i e served after the meeting for all members of the Lodge. Annual Stamford Meet Slated For December 21 Stamford, Conn. All members of CFU Lodge 616 are requested to attend the annual meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 21, at 7 PM, at the Holy Name Hall, 8U* Atlantic We have many important matters to discuss regarding Lodge affairs for the coming year, and it behooves each and every member to be in attendance for this vital ses sion. After the regular meeting is adjourned, a special meet- will be called to order, at which time the officials who will govern our Lodge during 1955 will be elected. Express your desire by voting for those best suited for the va rious positions. The Executive Committee requests that all members take care of their delinquent dues in order that our books may be closed in a proper condition. Alcro Members CalM To Year's Top Meeting Aliquippa, Pa. The "Al cros" CFU Lodge 720 annual meeting will be held on Sun day, December 12th. at the Jadran Hall, 95 Sheffield Avenue, at 2:00 PM. All mem bers are urged to attend. Many important matters are to be brought up for the o n i n u e s u e s s o o u Lodge in the coming year, and we will also have the an nual election of officers at this time. Those of you who have raffle tickets, please make your returns as the drawing will be held on that same day right after the meeting is completed. Then too, we are announc ing that a Christmas Party for all members of Junior Nest 576 has been scheduled for Wednesday, December 29, at 7:00 PM, at the Jadran Hall. The mothers of our Nest affiliates are also invi ted to attend. Remember to be present at our annual meeting and then on December 29th bring the kiddies down for their Yule- Lodge Ni* My name (Don't (all to give Lodge number) Old address was .. .. New address is Wood River Lodge 343 Blows Meeting Trumpet Wood River, 111. Mem bers of CFU Lodge 343 are reminded of the fact that the time for the regular and an nual meetings has again ar rived as the date set for these is Sunday, December 12, at the Lodge Hall, 33 Ferguson Avenue, promptly at 1 PM. Many interesting and vital problems face our member ship during the coming year and if these are to be resolved in the best possible manner, we must have the cooperation of the majority of our mem bers. Attend this meeting and help us elect an able and will ing Committee for the new year, one which will enable ue tc progress in every way. We ask those of you who are delinquent in the payment ot your dues to take care of the matter before the end of the year in order that we may boast of balanced book as the new officials take over. Let's all be in attendance when the gavel is pounded on Sunday, December 12, at the Lodge Hall. Dane Krpan, Rec. Sec'y. Monessen Secretary Out To Clear Decks Monessen, Pa. All mem bers of Lodge 194 are re spectfully requested to bring their dues up to date no later than December 31, 1954, if they are in arrears. We feel certain that our fellow members want the in coming Lodge officers to start 1955 off with books free of any outstanding dues that they, the members them selves, want to begin the New Year square with the Lodge. So, let's cooperate in this matter. Summit Membership To Elect Officers Monday Summit, III. On Monday December 13, "Unity" C.F.U. Lodge 278 will hold its reg ular meeting promptly at 7 PM. Our annual session will take place following the reg ular order of business. Midlanders Will Meet Sunday, December 12th Midland, Pa. Each year at this time the Secretary of ES Lodge 732 comes before his members with an earnest plea for cooperation from within the ranks of our local society. We feel that we are justi fied in doing so in view of the fact that our members should feel fraternally bound to at tend at least the annual meet ing of their Lodge and not become just a year-round dues' paying affiliate. Why not demonstrate your willingness to go along this Sunday evening, December 12, at the Croatian Hall. We have many important mat ters to discuss and decide and we need your help. We intend to be at this im- tide treats. You're sure to portant session and we hope spend an enjoyable evening at the festivities. to see many of you in attend ance also. Miller Biach, Sec'y. Do You Get Your "Zajedničar" Every Week? (XT NOT, PLEASE SEND US YOUR NEW ADDRESS) We want you to get the "EAJBDNtCAR" regularly. It ia noto being mailed to your hut Known address, but if you do not get it, something u wrong, a o send ua your correct address. Be sure to enter your Lodge number in the apace above, because your name without the number of your Lodge means nothing to the Circulation Department ot the Official Organ. Ort oat aad mail Immediately to the "ZAJEDNIČAR", 8441 Forbee Street, Pittsburgh 18, Pa. or haad it to toot Lodge Secretary at jov aext monthly meeting. Alliance Voting Will Take Place December 19 Alliance. Ohio Wo beg to call the attention of all mem bers of Lodge 784 that the Annual Meeting will be held Sunday, December 19, at 1819 Railroad Street. The session will be called to order at 1:00 PM sharp and be devoted to the election of officers for 1955 and discus sion of everything which will tend to increase interest in our Lodge. Please, members, make every sincere effort to attend. Louise Rozich, Rec. Sec'y. Waukegan Lodge 75 In Final Meeting Of Year Waukegan, 111. This is to notify all members of CFU Lodge 75 that the regular and annual meetings will be held on Sunday, December 12, at 9:00 AM sharp. As usual, we will first dis pense with the business of the regular session and later swing right into the the all important annual meeting. Brothers and sisters, it is of the prime importance that you all attend this meeting. We. will have the election of officers for the coming year and also set down rules and regulations which will govern our actions during 1955. Do our secretary a great favor and have your dues paid up to date so that the books may be audited in time for the annual financial re port. Lucy Slone, Rec. Sec'y. Racine Lodge 797 Set For December 14 Voting The regular monthly ses sion will get under way at 7:00 PM sharp and after a short recess we will go right into the business of the an nual meeting. We hope to see all your AH I smiling faces before us on members are urged to be pre-1 that evening, and especially a»nf tn piprt onnahle officers i those which we haven seen sent to elect capable officers who will conduct our Lodge affairs during the coming year. John Buban, Sec'y. all year. Anthony Klemenlc, Sec'y. Detroit Sparks Won't Forget Surprise Upset Detroit, Mich. Jean De vich went all out in the tur key roll held November 21st by the Detroit CFU Ladies as she rolled 210 but the bird rightfully went to Rose Ma rie Burich who rolled 55 pins over her average. The Thirsty Five pulled a surprise November 28 when they came from down under to set back the leaders, 3-1, the Sparks falling victims to new high marks, 750-2130 for the Thirsty Five. The Deuces and the Five Stars much to the delight of the league lead ers played to a stalemate. Individual honors were di vided between Dorothy Heci movich, 179-173-483 and Ma ry Derifay, 181-474. Ann Ta dey followed suit with a 461 triple, Jean Devich, 425. Lillir an Sveticki, 423 and Rose Ma rie Burich, up among the top notchers with 421. Neva Ruzich, Scribe Duquesne Lodge Seeks Full House December 11 Duquesne, Pa. The reg ular monthly and yearly ses sions of Lodge 320 will be held Saturday, December 11, in the Croatian Home at 2 Hamilton Avenue. The collection of dues will begin at 6:00 PM, while the elections for 1955 officers is to take place following our disposal of the routine month ly business. On the agenda is a discussion pertaining to re warding in some manner the Lodge basketball team. Only work or illness will be accepted as valid excuses for absence from this meeting on December 11. Finally, make certain your dues are paid up to date. i Ivan Yuran, Sec'y. Conway Electorate To Speak Out December 12 Conway, Pa. The regu lar monthly and annual meet ings of "Unity" Lodge 540 will take place Sunday, De cember 12, in the Lodge Hall, starting at 1:00 PM. The members will be asked first to discuss and dispose of routine monthly business. Following this we will pro ceed to elect the necessary Lodge and Nest officials for 1955 and adopt rules and reg ulations favorable to our common welfare. In keeping with time hon ored custom, refreshments will be served after we have finished with our business a genda of the day. We trust you will enjoy your share. Racine, Wis. All mem bers of CFU Lodge 797 are hereby notified that the an nual meeting for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year is to be held on Tuesday, December 14, at the usual place. I'l.KASK KA\E THIS NEW PKH E LIST I' Package E-l $16.00 10 lbs. Best Rice 10 lb?. Pure Cane Sugar 6 lbs. Coffee 5 lbs. Lard 5 lbs. Spaghetti 5 lbs. Laundry Soap $18.50 Packagc E-2 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 5 lbs. Bakalar 2 lit. Olive Oil U lb. Pepper Package E-3 $15.50 10 lbs. White Flour 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lb«. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 5 pkgs. Noodle Soup 1 lit. Olive Oil Package E-4 $16.00 10 lbs. Spaghetti 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 5 pkgs. Noodle Soup 1 lit. Olive Oil Package E-5 $15.50 10 lbs. Sugar 10 6 lbs. Coffee 5 lbs. Lard 5 lbs. Laundry Bo&p 5 pkgs. Noodle Soup Package E-6 $14.50 10 lbs. Spaghetti 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 5 lbs. Coffee Camaraderie To Close Annual Chisholm Meet Chisholm, Minn. The an nual meeting of "Slava Bogu" CFU Lodge 210 will take place on Sunday, December 12, at the Slovenian National Home, at 2:00 PM. Election of officers for the coming year is on the agenda for the afternoon session and important Lodge matters will be discussed at this time. Immediately following the adjournment of the meeting our Lodge and Nest affiliates will be invited to enjoy some delightful entertainment and refreshments. i nt. olive qn 'i lb. Pepper Package E-7 $16.00 20 lbs. Sugar' 10 lbs. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 1 lb. Chocolate 1 lb. Ceylon Tea 1 lb. Cocoa Package E-8 $13.00 5 lbs. Laundry Soap 5 lbs. Spaghetti 5 lbs. Sugar 5 lbs. Lard 5 lbs. Rice 5 lbs. Coffee Package E-9 $26.50 20 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Spaghetti 10 lbs. Bakalar 10 lbs. Rice 5 lbs. Coffe 4 lit. Olive Oil Rathbun Lodge 27 In Election Of Officials Rathbun, Iowa On Sun day, December 12. the mem bers of CFU Lodge 27 will hold their regular and annual meetings at 0:00 AM at the Lodge Hall. It is vitally important that we have a record attendance in order that we may elect suitable officials who will pre side over our Lodge affairs during the year ahead. Anton Cebuhar, Rec. Sec'y. Toronto Canucks Prep For December 12 Rally It is the duty of each and MIHAUEVICH BROS. COMPANY 6424 St. Clair Avenue HEnderson 1-6152 From the Magazine of Dalmatla Import-Export (Mr. Branko Petrlc), we are now sending the following packages, fully prepaid to the last Post Office or Station. All package# are packed la Trieste and are fully Insured. Package E-10 $22.50 20 lbs. White Flour 10 lbs. Spaghetti 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 10 lbs. Lard 6 lbs. Coffee 5 pkgs. Noodle Soup Package E-ll $21.50 20 lbs. White Flour 20 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 5 lbs. Lard 5 lbs. Laundry Soap 'a lb. Ceylon Tea Package E-l2 $27.50 37 lbs. Can of Lard 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 5 lbs. Spaghetti 5 lbs. Laundry Soap 5 pkgs. Noodle Soup Package E-13 $17.50 22 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 6 lbs. Coffee 2 lbs. Chocolate 1 lb. Ceylon Tea lb. Pepper Package E-14 $14.50 10 lbs. Sugar 10 lbs. Rice 5 lbs. Coffee 4 lbs. Lard 4 lbs. Laundry Soap 5 pkgs. Noodle Soup Package E-15 $10*00 10 lbs. Sugar 5 lbs. Rice 3 lbs. Coffee 2 lbs. Lard 2 lbs. Laundry Soap lb. Pepper Package E-16 $14.50 6 lbs. Coffee 7 lbs. Sugar 8 lbs. Rice "a lb. Pepper lb. Ceylon Tea 1 lb. Chocolate 6 pkgs. Noodle Soup Package E-17 $15.00 5 lbs. Coffee 5 lbs. Bakalar 5 lbs. Sugar 5 lbs. Rice 1 lit. Olive Oil Va lb. Pepper IB. Ceylon Tea MIHAUEVICH BROS. COMPANY 6425 St. Clair Avenue HEnderson 1-6152 Cleveland S, Ohio Cleveland Choir Will Sponsor Holiday Party C'lr\«land, day, December 19, the "Sla vulj" Croatian Singing Soci ety will stage its annual Christmas Party at the Cro atian Home on Waterloo Rd. The affiliates of this musi cal group cordially invite their friends to come and have a good time with them on that date. Admission is absolutely free of charge and Frank Muza and his Plavi Dunav Orchestra will provide delightful' dance music. Be sure to attend. Ladies Help Reshuffle Toronto Loop Records Toronto. Ont. The CFU Lodge 832 Mixed League is pleased to report that season al highs, first the women's and then the men'3 a week later on November 26th, have taken a beating. Much so vith the first place Jets who took a 3-1 battering at the hands of the second division Flyers. Eileen Morrison started the parade of npw highs by turn inga 315 into an equally high positioned 685 triple. Barbara Stanich that day had 619, coming back a week later with a 215 high game while leaving the three game field to Eileen Sherjak. 197-587. Toronto. Ont. C. F. U Lodge 975 affiliates are urged to attend the yearly meeting every member who can pos scheduled for Sunday, De cember 12th, at 8:00 PM, at the W. E. A. Hall, 577 Jarvis Street. sibly be present to be in at tendance and help select ca. pable leaders of the Lodge for the coming year. Cleveland 3. Ohio SPECIAL SINGLE PACKAGES 100 lbs. Best Quality FLOLR ... $11.50 100 lbs. Best CORN FLOLR $11.00 37 lbs. Can of Pl*RE LARD SI2.90 11 life. Can of COOKED HAM $15.00 10 lit. OLIVE OIL $14.50 5 lit. OLIVE OIL S 7.50 50 lbs. CORN FLOUR $ 6.25 If you want to make your own package, use the following price list: Best White Flour per lb. $ .12 Best Quality Rice per lb. .16 Best Quality Spaghetti or Macaroni per lb. Pure Cane Sugar per lb. Red Beans per lb* Best Quality Lentils (Sočivo) per lb. Best Quality Barley (Ječam) per lb. Best Quality Farina per lb. Noodle Soup |er pkg. Raisins per pkg. Franks Chicory per lb. Santos Coffee No. 1 qualitiy per lb. Mynas Coffee best quality per lb. Pure Lard per lb. Pure Olive Oil per lit. Best Salami Gavrilovich Style .... per lb. Smoked Loins (Panceta) per lb. Smoked Bacon per lb. Best Quality Bakalar .... per lb. Permesan Italian Cheese per lb. Black Ceylon Tea per lb. Pure Vanilla per 10 sticks Black Pepper (Zrno) per lb. Cinnamon (Cimet u prahu) per lb. Salmon in cans per can Powdered Milk per lb. Chocolate per lb. Cocoa per lb. Laundry Soap per lb. Toilet Soap per cake When you use special price list, please add following amounts: To 20 lbs. package $2.50: 30 lbs. package $3.00 40 lbs. package $3.50 60 lbs. package $5.00 80 lbs. package $6.00.