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Month Of Bowling American-Cro Marijana Relich, Sec'y. Nest Mothers' Club Michael Mikulcic, Sec'y. Members tK!|X)BER, 1954 Active 1 stal 71,771 Ordfer (20 Yr. End.) 5 147 James W. Daniel Hodak Joseph William John Ivan S. Mladenka Maria Steve Vukovich, Sec'y. i 739 Ratkaj Priscille, Toncic Bar bara 787 Bogunovich Frank, Jurincic 69,566 71,918 bership 5 Anna, Šibenik Louis N., Skun drich Marie, Turkovich Joseph, Zivkovich John 6 Boldin Roy F., Rođak Agnes, Jean ine Mildred John "ZAJL For 2.08 2.93 3.93 2.46 87.......... sa 2.99 3.96 2.56 «.23 3.06 3.98 2.66 40.......... .... 2.31 3.13 4.01 2.78 ^L.rt.1.,• ....v. £.39 3.20 4.04 2.90 42 2.48 3.28 4.08 3.0S 43 2.57 3.36 4.12 3.17 44 2.67 3.45 4.16 3.33 45 ..... 2.78 3.54 4.21 3.50 46 3.61 4.27 3.69 47 8.02 3.74 4.33 3.88 48 8.15 3.85 4.10 4.09 49 ,, 8.29 3.96 4.48 4.32 50 8.44 4.09 4.56 4.56 51 8.59 4.22 4.65 4.84 52 8.76 4.36 4.76 5.15 53 8.94 4.51 4.87 5.49 54,, 4.14 4.67 5.00 5.88 55 4.34 4.85 5.14 6.31 56 4.56 5.04 5.30 6.80 57 4.80 5.24 5.47 7.36 58 ,.... •».««. I5.0o 5.46 5.66 8.01 59.. 5.69 5.86 8.77 60 5.62 5.95 6.09 9.67 DRIVE THRfet C' V s 8 5 4 w i center John Si Fine, Goternor V Colusci M. Wilhcltu, Ctmmhtimm a/ Pnmnhcni* SUil P»tic* i grapes, Page V, \n\n December 29,1954. Canton Members Raise Roof Canton, Ohio A gajaj New Year's Eve Party will be tossed by the members of CFU Lodge 514, its If you are one of these and are willing to contribute the instrument to the Nest for the use of some child learning how to play, won't you please call either Marijana Relich at TOwnsend 72616, or Marie Morgan at FO-64390, or FO 60654. Team and the atian Social Club, on Friday, December 31, 1954, at the American Croatian Home, 2543 Winfield Way, N. E. Dancing to the delightful strains of the "Blue Adriatic" Tamburitza Orchestra ot Committee Detroit Mothers Hunt For Tambure Detroit, Mich. The Moth ers' Club of Junior Nest 318 is planning to inaugurate tamburitza classes after the New Year and quite a num ber of interested youngsters of the Nest have already signed up for the course. We mothers, of course, are interested in getting started just as soon as possible in or der to further the cultural activity among our children and to keep alive our Croatian traditions. Our kolo group is already in full swing and our future plans include a choral group and lessons in the Croatian language. We are direly in need of tamburitza instruments a "s time. We know that in e Detroit area most of our xembers do have unused in struments laying arojund the house. Los Angeles Election Slated For January 9 Los Angeles, Calif. The yearly meeting of CFU Lodge 177 will be held on January 9, at 1:30 PM, at the usual place, St. Anthony's Croatian Church, Grand and Alpine Streets. At this session we will be called upon to elect our va rious officials who will un dertake to lead the Lodge in all its affairs during the com ing year. Dues will be collected at this meeting from 11:00 AM right up until the time sched uled for the session to begin. Here is your opportunity to square up with the secretary on any delinquent payments. We urge all members to at tend this gathering of prim© importance. Annual Lodge 49 Meet To Be Held January 2 St. Louis, Mo. Brothers and sisters of CFU Lodge 49, please take note of this im portant notice! You are cordially invited to attend the regular and spe cial meetings scheduled for Sunday, January 2, 1955. This session was made neces sary since we were unable to select our Board of Trustees i officers for the coming year. «j. It is the duty of each and every member to be present ,,at this time and, according ^to our By-Laws, those not in attendance will be fined the jtam of fifty cents. The only |ipeptions to this rule will be *%ose who are ill or are forced fp work on that day. We'll have the roll call of members and the annual re port for the current year. Be pn hand to find out the status i Of your Lodge in all respects. ip Review For Nov.. 1954 hip status ending Reserve 2,205 New written 139 Reinstated —. termi« nation,, s Transffcrrecj frorr« Cash Surrender 47 Reserve Expired 30 177 Total membership ending NOVEMBER, 1954 71,741 Membership Status Active 69,544 Reserve 2,197 T., Turkovich Robert W. 9 Drasich Mary, Kobe Patricia Ann, Lukas Lucille, Popovich Manda, Popovich Mark, Popo vich Simone. 16 Erceg Mary N. 19 Vidina Barbara AlUl 25 Kralich Rose Marl* 28 Oreskovich Thomas M. 31 Birsic Raymond J., Boras Jen nie, Vidnic Joseph M. 32 Franciskovic George, Kalina 39 Kolavo Francis J. 42 Valentich Frank 44 Belak Mary Ann, Klisanln Goldie, Kolic Mary Ann 50 Ellis Ervin Donald, Robic Bet ty Jane, Shackelford Russell 56 Cernick Frank 60 Grenko Rudolph John 72 Balaban Stephen M., Vensko Elizabeth L. 85 Fogle Marianne 102 Markesich Michael S. 118 Poropat Irene 126 Prezgay Albert 141 Tomasic Dolores 142 Barin George Jr. 163 Vacula Ronald John 167 Brncic Carol Dona, Russell 185 Lazar Rosemarie 194 Hatala Richard 8., Marian Nada 201 Tindall Gerald G. 210 Kochevar Frank A. 222 Schneider Charles S. 234 Pupich Geraldine 235 Frigan Nick, Gortiichec Frank N Jenovic Mary, Jurgec Ma ry, Mandel Christ J., Stark Nikola 288 Grabski Eugene H., Kennedy Millie, Plesha Richard N. 289 LaskyJohn 304 Petrina Helen 306 Stark'vich Victoria 320 Pisacich Bernard 327 Zunich Constance 337 Murray Mary Agnea 343 Krpan Mary C. 361 Egger Philip, Egger Marija, 363 Vukich Anne M. 362 Maristeva Marie J. 432 Brunazzi Elaine 434 Mikulin Victor A. 440 Bucich Ernest 472 Thomas Michael J. Jr., Trivo novich Michael 506 Verbanac Raymond 514 Jacksich Arlene, Skirtech Do lores 528 Malachin Silvio 533 Blazekovic Robert 535 Beronich Mary, Chavkfc Vero nica K. 540 Kronstain David A. 541 Petrina Elizabeth, Ray Jeiae 567 Rayto Dorothy Ann 576 Dodig Rose Marie 582 Puksich Louise M. 593 Horvatich Mary L., Kondzich 643 Ropeta Steve T. 658 Jako vac Katherine 699 Cvitkovich Ann E., Morber 720 Palumbo Joy Lynne 737 Franko Albert A., Young Flo rence 742 Spanovich Michael J. 785 Barach Dolores, Barach Mitch ell 848 Beshack Frank Jr., Sekulich Michael R. 854 Tonsich Kathleen 859 Gabel Charlotte M., Szelesta Katherine 867 Novakovich Florence 872 Buban Jack, Heleg Lujea, He leg Omer, Lepovitz Lewi-. Jr. 900 Rukavina George 948 Kresich John, Martich Barbara 963 Blazina Lorraine 972 Klarich Raymond E., Vucich 978 Radetich Kathy 979 Burgdorf Paul P., Findley John R., Sislowski Joseph A. New Members Canada 628 Naslovar Marija, Waruk Jerry 644 Djordjevic Milislav, Djordjevic Mary, Miharija Mary, Sertic Ankica, Sertic Mile, Tomlje novich Frances 816 Bronzovich Steve 866 Rudy Danica, Rudy Liliane 946 Zaldiner Joseph, Zaldiner Ma rica 952 Basan Mary K., Samarin Mary 975 Maynerick Mary Reinstatements 40 Srnak Marijan 170 Markovich Thomas 241 Kodrich Anton, Kodrlch Emma 1261 Edwin Julia 305 Kazmierski Stanley 351 Vraćan Bara 423 Habazin Ljuba, '~orac Mil dred, Prigorac Thomas, Smith Anna, Smith Paul 512 Dooley Mildred J. Reinstated From Reserve 96 Tonkovic Stjepan 99 Martinac Adolph 434 Zidro Margaifl 528 Grahek Frank 533 Kovacic Gjur© 633 Vrbanac Andrija 737 Petrina Matilda, Swaitn Eva 872 Svoboda Franca B. D. 972 Puljic Hrvoje Reserve Members Terminations Suspensions 21 i "withdrew- from mem- Massillon will begin at 8 Dead ...... 74 PM and a delicious supper is in the offing for our guv^is promptly at the strr/ke of midnight. 1 Cunic Robert F., Mikulan George, Obranovic Frances, Obranovic Mary Ann, Obra novic Michael, Obranovic Tho mas, Rajkovich Ivan, Šibenik Rodak Agnes, Sopcic Velma, Sopcic Wilma 8 Rogich George 12 Stefanich John, Stimac Mato 13 Markovic Michael 32 Marbach Edward, Marbach Total 71,741 New Members United States 1 Bechak Gerald, Bechak Ruth 5 Boldln Patricia, Grasa James 60 Frkovic William M. 99 Davis Anne 105 Black John 126 Kapec Leo, Manojlovich Rose 146 Magdic Michael, Mihalie Eliza beth 167 Pluchinski Mary A. 194 Chulig Barbara, Chulig Karl, Gerbin Kathryn, Vijak Mato 222 Asperger Nikola Jr. 249 Klobas Matt 261 Mesich Emil 292 Stajduhar Laddie 251 Večerina Rose, Večerina Rose (Inc) 388 Mazuran Alice, Mazuran Jo seph 395 Stimac Joseph 416 Kapusta Ann Edith 431 Bon Elizabeth, Madltz Dan 448 Golubić Josip 481 Pavlich David, 593 Dogan Phyllis, 633 Cubic Mary 720 Fogle John 828 Zalec Steve 948 Caskich Louise 812 Tutti Aldo, Tuttl Betty Pavlich Joe Dogan Steve Suspended Members 5 Gartrell Edward, Haltzman John 8 Rogich Delores 35 Forson Christine, Fab&C Joan 85 Jutte Wilma 99 Bozic Catherine M. 154 Mancic George, Mahcic Marija 177 Bazdarich Pearl 288 Galiano Mary Ann 351 Mihalovich Frances Mari«, Mi-1 halovich William 513 Elich Jean 566 Buncic Helen Lorraine, Buncic 588 Markulin Tom 633 Skupnik George F. 643 Glamoclija Nicholas 742 Lavacot Frances, Sporcic Mar cella Withdrew From Membership 35 Nicholson Jo Ann Marie 84 Popovich Margaret 660 Matijak Jean, Skufca Kathe rine 673 Ast Jofea Cash Surrenders 1 Sarrioy Edward G., Samoy Ed ward G. (Inc) 5 Fishter Joseph F. 6 Radakovich Katherine 14 Yelavich Rudolph A. 34 Zivic Helen (Res) 105 Geroski Carl Albert, Geroski Carl Albert (Inc) 129 Martinovich Alex (Res), Mar tinovich Anna (Res) 175 Wicevic Rita M. 177 Albert Olga (Res) 186 Brezac Maria 210 Danculovich Lorraine 243 Erceg Steven 278 Milos Gaspar (Res) 290 Blust Catherine 320 Mihaljevic Mary 351 Bohacek Frank 374 Radalj Ana (Res), Radalj An ton (Res) 375 Simatovich John, Simatovich Violet, Simatovich Andrew (Res) 439 Zadro Elaine O. 440 Pocrnich Frances, Pocrnlch John M., Pocrnich Nicholas, Dosen John M. (Res), Dosen Joseph M. (Res) 444 Murray Ruth 506 Setta Anthony 540 Presecan Joseph 570 Liguras Mary A. 588 Markulin Mario 660 Kuchek Rosemarie 663 Malovic Eleanor 731 Drozdjibob John, Schwantes Frederick, Schwante« Ann 789 Zadjelovich Simon 880 Shubin Anne M. 887 Sosic Vladimir 903 Cekada Frank Jr. 959 Ticich Nancy (Res) 787 Saric Sam 946 Prpic Mato 975 Gall Anton, Kolac Marko Reserve Expired 2 Mahovlic Walter 38 Gurekovich George 56 Dzyacki Edward Joe 57 Muse Buby 60 Garcia Helen 169 Bonich Johnny 170 Matanich Nicholas 177 Kovach Walter 194 Ryan Mary 202 Koludrovich Mary 226 Mihelich Daniel 271 Mance Josip 289 Percic Anna 293 Kolich Joseph 356 Bratincevic Marin 423 Sambol Paul 439 Visich Philip 448 Golubić Josip 481 Radman Anna Mae 485 Babich John 567 Aralica Helen 619 Mandich George 643 Majdak Vjekoslav 718 Grgic Ivan 809 Birus Vid 281 Wert Annie 787 Dosen Annie 814 Kovac_Andrej 820 Oreskovich Louise 316 Dragich Andrew, Draglch John Just because a few citi zens go to the trouble of vot ing, our nation is fast devel oping a government of the minority for the minority. Tip Sheet The rates quoted had Workers based on $1,000 adult is desired, take one-half certificates. If a Sei of the amounts ted. If an applicant desires figures by the afmount of inslir»nt e desired. For example: If an applicaw desires a $3,00^- certificate, multiply the figures by than $1,000, multiply the cents mentioned herein for Administrative Ex fits are also desired, the added, which amount will In ad jri, the sum of must be ided to all the pensea. If jk or Disability rates quotea herein must be depend on whether single or double benefits are chosen. Local Lodge dues must also be included in the rate. An applicant for membership between the ages of 16 and 35 does not have to be examined by a Doctor for in surance up to $2,000, but must answer all questions on the non-medical form. An applicant for membership between the ages of 36 and 60 must be examined by a Doctor, re gardless of the amount of insurance desired. Applicants who have not exceeded 40 years of age may be insured for an amount up to $5000. Applicants between the ages of 51 and 60 may be insured for an amount up to $1000 only. Present members, who have not exceeded 50 years of age, may increase their insurance up to $3000. Present members, between the ages of 51 and 60, may increase their insurance for $1000, but in no case can the total insurance of such member be more than $3000. (This does not apply to members who were past 50 years of age at the time of acceptance). LIFE INSURANCE PROTECTION Whole tO Pmt. SO Year Endow. Age Life Life Endow. at 70 16 $1.21 $2.05 $3.72 $1.32 17 1.24 2.08 3.73 1.35 18 1.26 2.11 3.73 1.38 19 1.29 2.14 3.74 1.42 20 1.32 2.17 3.74 1.45 21 1.35 2.20 3.75 1.49 22 1.38 2.24 3.75 1.53 23 1.41 2.27 3.76 1.57 24 1.44 2.31 3.77 1.61 2.35 3.78 1.65 26 1.52 2.38 3.78 1.70 27 1.56 2.43 3.79 1.75 28 2.47 3.80 1.80 29 1.64 2.51 3.81 1.86 30 1.68 2.56 3.82 1.92 31 1.73 2.60 3.83 1.98 32 ,, 1.78 2.65 3.85 2.05 33 1.84 2.70 3.86 2.12 34 1.89 2.76 3.88 2.20 35 ,, 1.95 2.81 3.89 2.28 36 2.02 2.87 3.91 2.37 87.......... sa SICK, DISABILITY PROTECTION Applicants, or members, may be insured on sick ben efits and disability benefits up to age 50 only. Applicants, or members, between tlje ages of 16 and 35 may be insured on $1.00 per day sick benefits and single disability benefits without a medical examination, but must answer all questions on the non-medical form. This also applies to Junior Transferees. Applicants, or members, between the ages of 36 and 50 must submit to a medical examination if they wish to be insured for $1.00 per day sick benefits or single disabi lity benefits or both. Applicants, or members, who wish to be insured for $2.00 per day sick benefits, or double disability benefits, must submit to a medical examination, regardless of age. Society Offers Plays In English Pittsburgh, Pa. Believ ing as we do that only thru at least an annual Nest af fair can the interest of the Juniors be kept at a keen edge and even the parents made conscious, the Croatian Fraternal Union through the Sports-Educational De a t ment makes available to the Nests a range of plays in the English language. We regret to say, that even after inquiry with a source in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, that our stock of children's plays in the Croatian language ife somewhat limited. Those plays which we mak* available come with compl| mer of the Society. Wm hr lew books to loalf tieth anniversary and com memorative Junior conven tion whips the enthusiasm to! higher pitch we look forward to having more of our affili ates avail themselves of the facilities of what the Cro atian Fraternal Union has to offer. We hope that the fortieth year jubilee will among other things bring to the adults the realization that we have in the Junior Order a large sub division of the Croatian Fra ternal Union. We adult mem bers owe the youngsters a program, once or even twice a year. These plays and skits are offered as a nucleus round An abundance of good food I is agriculture's contribution i to the holiday festivities. Har ve^ts have been generally ex e e n u i n Otto F. Mcaioer, be- t'»ry t/ some crops, in fact, setting all-time records. That means consumers will find markets bursting with lots of good things to eat, at generally fa vorable prices. The U. 3- Department of Agriculture prepares a list of foods that are especially plen tiful each month. During De cember, the list contains spe cial features for each meal of the day, for main dishes, desserts, and snacks. Turkeys and eggs take star billing in December. The re cord crop of turkeys this year gives us abundant sup plies, with all sizes available at attractive prices. There are lots of small turkeys (un der 14 pounds) favored by couples and small families, in comparatively low prices for this time of year. All si- that may help a Nest Man- zes of eggs will be plentiful, ager plan or choose a skit in and a check of weight against the English language irre spective of the season of the year. As the Junior Order's for-'in y°ur which to build your Nest's program as the Junior Order celebrates. Frank Braid!c, Director Sports-Educational Dept. Lodge No My name (Don't fail to give Lodge number) Old address was New address is FOR SAFETY The bells ring and the horns toot "Happy New Year!" Now, if wishes were 'i », 3ath and inj'iry would not ride our high ways. But. it takes your will ... your resolution... to make this a safe New Year. Drive with courtesy, caution, control. TO SMV ALIVE IN '551 This not a license to kill or injurt. It willVI? revoked or suspended for cause, American Farmers Assisting Santa In Preparing For Joyous Holiday Season Yulelide Tables Promise To He Laden With Abundance Of Food Fit For Royalty Washington, D. C. San- pricc will show the best values. ta Claus gets a big assist from American farmers this y e a i n s e a i n o o I cheer. O O N W E A O E N N S Y V A N I A In addition to turkeys, the o u y e a e n o e s lots of tender broilers and fryers. Ideal for serving be tween the big holidays, hea vy supplies of these young birds make them an especial ly good buy. And for a spe cial attraction in poultry dish es, don't miss the opportunity to serve a roast duck dinner. Markets will be well-supplied with ducks during December. Your butcher also has an abundance of various cuts of beef and pork, since this is the season for large market ing of cattle and hogs. Excellent supplies of fish point the way to main-dish variety at low cost. Frozen halibut and haddock are plen tiful, with cold storage hold ings running well over last year. Holdings of shrimp have readied the 25-million pound mark, a record for this time of year. Stocks of can ned tuna are heavy, too. Heavy supplies of rice pro vide an ideal partner for the and plenty of the heavier meat, poultry, and fish meals, birds, which are even a better The all-time record rice crop i buy, both price-wise and in this year is 67 percent above the larger proportion of meat the average. to bone. The fruit bowl can be well A large volume of eggs will i filled during December, with continue to come to market grapes, oranges and grape during the month, for hearty I fruit, which appear as wel winter breakfasts and fre-! come newcomers on the plen quent use in cooking and tifuls list. The orange crop is baking. Egg production is I expected to be the largest on running higher than a year record, according to present ago, which will be reflected, indications. Fresh grapefruit also is a bundant, despite somewhat lower production than last year. California has had a good season for table with production about 29 per cent larger than last year, and quality of the crop is ex cellent. Large supplies of popular Do You Get Your "Zajedničar" Every Week? (IF NOT, PLJ-JASE SEND US YOUR NEW ADDRESS) IV« wont you to get the "ZAJEDNIČAR" regularly. It v now being mailed to your last known address, but i/ you do not get It, something ta wrong, n send ua your correct address. Be sure to enter your Lodge number in the space above, becaua your name without the nuxtter ot your Lodge means nothing to the Circulation Department of the Offtctat Organ. Oat oat and mail immediately to the "%AJtClNICAK", S44I Forim Street, Pittsburgh IS, Pa. or band It to jour Lodge Secretary at your next moathlj meeting. COURTESY CAUTION CONTROL Emperor grapes arc In sto rage, and will be supplying markets through the Spring. no fruit bowl can be com pete without fine Northwest ^yles. Good supplies and mv\ v varieties will continue to available. L*\ supplies of dates an& nuts d\' for generous offer ings of uflk?se traditional holi day treatsX Walnuts, almonds and filbertAwill be especially plentiful th A December, and indications ,acc čhat piic* will be lower than last ye%r. Health ai.d appetite continue to be satisfied from large stocks of dairy prod ucts. Milk production is hea vy for this time of year, and supplies of butter and cheese are plentiful. And for the extra cooking of elaborate holiday meals, there will be plenty of vegetable shorten ing and salad oils on hand. Lodge 32 Members To Elect Official Family Chicago, 111. We wish to notify all members of "Hrvat ska Sloboda" CFU Lodge 32 that the annual meeting has been scheduled for Sunday, January 2, 1955, at 2:00 PM, at the Sokol Hall, 1903 So. Racine Ave. At this session we must elect our officials for the new year and make amendments to the rules and regulati which govern our acti throughout the year. Your attendance is vital necessary since we should al be concerned with the wel fare and prosperity of ou Lodge. Following the close of busi ness those present will be in vited to indulge in some tasty refreshments. Here is also your opportunity to discuss CFU matters with your fel low members, so we sincerely hope to see all of you in at tendance. Luka Biondic Many a gal has been shelved because her life is an open book.