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M*-. jf -v 1 rX Is* A S I U O S Page 12 hi Ruf" !*'f, N i tssai r# iV:-Vv' Nrv. York, of the CFF's Jfes jHeiv's W. aiiol! "V Wednesday, June 27, 1956 Avon ijdfts:: PROOF address JACQI)IIM'$ O V A E ''5 :C'- '•. .V". '-v •. i W \n\n July 15 Official Entry Deadline For Society's 4th Mid-West Golf Tourney Gary, In Attention! C.F.U. Lodge Presidents, Sec retaries, Sporta Directors and Golfers. Particular attention to this article is asked as today's ar ticle deals with the entry in formation about the 4th An nual C.F.U. "Midwest Open" Golf Tournament to be held Saturday, July 28th in Gary. This year's tourney will tee off from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon July 28t.h, 1956, at the South Gleason Golf Course, 35th and Jefferson Street, Gary. Individual or team en tries of both men and women members in good standing in the Society are eligible to par ticipate. A golfing team must consist of four (4) male or female golfers, not mixed, from the same lodge which they represent. Entry blanks and other im portant information has been mailed to lodge officers, ath letic directors and some 150 past participants, whose ad dresses we have obtained from previous tournament records. If you do not reccive your entry blanks in the next few days, please contact your lodge officials or write me directly for your entry blank, Walter Bahun, 4813 Madison St.. Gary, Indiana. Guests of Slavic descent are particularly welcome to participate and compete for guest prizes. Your guest will be charged only $2.50 for greens fees. Many of our pre vious guests are now bona fide members due to such fine fraternal spirit and treatment shown and extended them at our previous Midwest Opeu Golf Tournaments. Medal play scores will de termine winners of Team and Individual trophies for bo^h men and women in this year's i tournament. The "Peoria Handicap" system will be (used for distribution of mer chandise prizes, both for men I and women. A breakdown of cost of i entry is as follows: Entry Fee I $1.50 per person Greens I Fees, $2.50 Banquet and (Dance, $3.00 and $1.00 per person entered in a team I event. I Deadline for entries is July 15, 1956. Special award for first out of town team entry I received. i Wat (.' your Zajedničar weekly for additional infor mation. Remember, Saturday, July 28th, for your C.F.U. golfing date. Diane Milakovich of Toronto Nest 425 accepting trophy from CFU Sick Benefit Department Secretary John Ovea rich for emerging as Junior High Series Girls champion during running of recent CFU (Canadian Five Pin Tourney. Malt Turiua, leit, accepting from CFU' Supreme Secretary Joseph Bella the team trophy won by Toronto Ivodge 975 during the Society's Annual Canadian National Five Pin Tournament. The tourney was run off in Toronto this year. Joan Stanich being cited as Women's Singles champion dur ing recent running in Toronto of CFU's Annual Canadian National Five Pin Tournament. Presenting trophy is her father, John Stanieli, who served as tourney chairman. JUGOSLAV LIQUOR STORE IN HOLLYWOOD! Slivovitz from Senta, Sarajevo. Ljubljana Kruskovar Dalmatian red burgundy e\vuert£tr iiii5icr (Ljutomer) Sauvijpion (Maribor) hi pon (Ljutomer) Hieslin^ (Haloze) Žilavka (Mostar) Truniiner Kad gona): Kiesitnj* (Župa) Maraschino (Zadar) Cherry wine and liqueur (Zadar) Pelinkovac Vlahov hitlers Dreher beer (Trieste), etf. and a Beautiful Selection of 150 W ines, Spirits, Brandies, Liqueurs, Beers from Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, Scandinavia. I 1055 N. ine St. (South of Santa Monica Blvd.), Los Angele« 38. Calif, Walter Bahun, Tournament Sec'y. Pictiirs-:! »•. itli \'rt .Y A:1!: iJrseic, center, .u'i- i he Cleveland, Ohio, ."Sest 55 Queens who were crowned Junior Division Girls team champions during the May, 1956, ranuiut- Shown with sponsor Kinil (•ioi et aivr, are the youngsters who returned from the CFU's i 22nd Annual National Tenpin Tournament at Buffalo last. May as the Boys Division Team champions. Known as the Golub Fun i Tourney secretary Bob Nizieh, right, pre lio sentiug"trophies to Marie Trubich and Wal- CLOSED ON BUNDAY8 WE SHIP ALL OVER CALIFORNIA! during the recent running of the Annual ter Saitie for taking Mixed Doubles honors Official Organ Croatian Fraternal Union of America Ohio, Nest 5 ior Division %t)iii:a 1 National Tenpin Tournament. 'Ihr \\mning quint was comprised of Geor gine Braidic, Judy Rilicic, Franeine Longar, Arlene Skoricfa, Charlene Strahinic. Cleve 1 !ul oast k of a fFT Junior loon of its own. it chtsj'up of tli.' Cleveland, CFIJ's 22nd Annual National Tenpin Tour Queens who claimed tiie Jun- I nament, held last May in Buffalo, N. Y. None Girls Team Trophy during the of the above were individually identified. eral Home entry from Cleveland, OHo, the winning combination was comprised of Ste ven llaic, Ronald Kleinsmith, Alex Koler, John Skorieh and Daniel Mikich. Sorry, the above were not individually identified. CFU Canadian National Five Fin Tourna ment. The winners are members of Toronto, Ontario, Lodge 832. This Lodge has its own bowling league during the regular season. SPORTS SECTION Chi Lodge 32 Keglers Get New Set Of Alleys For Forthcoming Season Chicago, 111. The "Slobo da" Lodge 32 Athletic Club has been fortunate in secur ing brand new alleys for the 1956-57 bowling season. In fact, they are under construc tion at this time. We are letting you know about this good news now, be fore you make other bowling plans. The alleys contracted have everything a bowler may desire such as automatic pin setters, bars and parking facilities. The name of the alleys is Marzano's Miami Bowl, Arch er and Komensky Avenue. We will bowl there every Friday at 9:30 PM. They will have space to accommodate 506 cars, so that means there will be no parking problem. Of course, the place has a lot of bars, which means a lot to us good bowlers. We are trying to organize one of the best leagues we've ever had. If you are interest ed in bowling with us, please contact George Pazulinec, 5851 South Kildare, Tele. Re liance 5-4672, or Frank Par dus, 1914 South Throop, Ca nal 6-7949. Drop them a line or call. If you write, make sure you give your address, as we will have a special meeting some time in August to establish rules, cost, etc. George Pazulinec, Pres. Keql ers Urged To Cash Prize Checks Pittsburgh, Pa. With June 30, 1956, being one of the two dates of our fiscal year whereby the Croatian Fraternal Union Tournament Fund is semi-annually audi ted, we ask all members hold ing any checks which have not cleared through a bank to cash same by June 30, 1956. We ask this cooperation from our 22nd Tenpin Tour nament bowlers and those from the 20th Duckpin Tour nament in order that we may have the absolute minimum in outstanding checks as of June 30, 1956. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. CANCER WARNING The Food and Drug Ad ministration has issued a public warning that the Hoxsey treatment for in ternal cancer distributed by the Hoxsey Cancer Cli nics at Dallas, Tex., and Portage, Pa., is worthless and may be dangerous to those who rely upon it in stead of obtaining compe tent medical treatment. All persons who may be con sidering the Hoxsey treat ment are advised to secure a copy of the warning notice. Write to: Food and Drug Admin istration, Washington 25, D.C. This warning is an offi cial notice of the U. S. Government. Cut off your Tony Senzel leit, accepting team trophy won by Toronto Nest 425 during Junior Division portion of Croatian Frater nal Union's recent Annual Canadian Fhe Pin Tourney. Pre senting same is CFIJ Sick Benefit Department Secretary John Ovcarich, uho together with Supreme Secretary Jo seph Bella represented Home Office during undertaking. George Boras, left, and Sam Laue, Toronto iAUj, m0, who the Men's Doubles during the Croatian Frutrrnal Uni on's recent Canadian National Five Pin Tournament. This is the S i i iy's foremost sports e\cut- in the Dominion. CJp U Junior Oi'dcr Mitiidvl ti rusim presenting trophy to one of the champions crowned during the Spring running at Johnstown, Pa., of the Society's Annual Junior Duckpin JUmhu 'I'm: iir-n*. Fwr\one if. CFU Legal Counsellor Edward Servov honoring two cham pion keglers during the recent renewal at Johnstown, Pa., of the CFU's Annual Junior Dux Tournament. The young sters won't forget this tourney for a spell. IS YOUR ZAJEDNIČAR REACHING YOU? If your address on the front page of this issue of The Zajedničar is incorrect, kindly fill in the form belowr and mail to Home Office First Nam« Middle Initial Last Name Your Lodge Number New Street and Number. State or City Zone Province.. CHARCOAL PROCESSED MADE FROM SELECT Cltdries Jatquin et Cie, Inc. Phila., Po. EST tag on front, past« or pin tier« FORWARD TO: THE ZAJEDNIČAR 3441 Forbes Street Pittsburgh 13, Penna.