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E. Rena George Stanley 72,129 Joseph Ann Pernar Mile Michael Michael Milan Little Paris -ZAJEDNIČAR" Zagorje 20 49 66 72 73 76 101 101 101 109 136 170 170 177 185 231 238 246 249 351 403 485 612 633 634 663 677 677 738 869 959 900 Rose A. Jurkovac E-40255 Mary Julian, Sec'y. Team Hlgta Carolyn Sklopan, Sec'y. v 1166-3035 Phil Stanfel, Sec'y. 4 Page 11 "Our Favorite Recipes" c/o St. Joseph's P. r. \n\n January 30, 1957 CFU Membership Standing, Dec. 1956 Membership status ending NOVEMBER, 1956 Active 69,804 Reserve 2,117 Total 71,921 New written 184 Reinstated termi nations 8 Transferred from Jr. Order (20 Yr. End. 16 208 Stamper Joseph Jr., Vraner Ronald, Vukmanic John J., Zelkovic Audrey 5 Gares Warren A., Lugar Nich olas J., Mateljan Margaret, Sakal Diane, Solich Thomas J., Stark William, Vandrak William 9 Dijanovich Joseph 13 Putric Edward, Wagner Faye 16 Domant Charles J., Jr., Do mant John James 18 Bauc Donald Wayne, Salopek Judith Ann 20 Vespi Rose 25 Brletic Charlotte 29 Frankovieh Frank, Xaras Jean 82 Adzich Lawrence J., Adzich Sophie A., Krčmar John Mich ael, Marovitch Jeanette, Sla mar Marie, Eprincz Virginia 39 Giedemann Marilyn, (Compare Edward, Markovich Bill, Po cernich Bill, Pocernlch Mat thew 44 Kolich Mary E. 46 Hogan Marilyn 80 Ban Marilyn R., Benac Loret ta, Kekich Donald, Pilas Rich ard, Piskulic Janet 86 Kovacevich Rudolph, Plesha Marlene Rae 67 Bukovac Mary C. 69 Kolter Dorothy M., Kundar Margaret Ann, 66 Leshnack Edward J., Wallow Bob, Zban John, Zban Milan N. 70 Osborn Harold E., Schubert John J. 75 Bellegante George, Orgai 76 Duttine Judith SO Rayba Margaret 84 Francisco Will ene, Pipinich Anthony M., Sladich Virginia, Telsa Rosemarie 95 Grdina Mary Ann 97 Klarich Charles R. 99 Hersh Patricia Ann 101 Bahun Joe, Jr. 109 Galias Arthur O. 130 Lolich Michael 146 Bernick Nancy, Sindrich Phyl lis 148 Padgen Catherine 154 Matson Michael G. 167 McCarthy Patricia 170 Lackovic Rose 175 Athanitis Nicholas i#4 Boda Robert, Burdock Deward, Burger Vincent L., Kolich Raymond, Meshner John Carl, Jr., Mitnich William F., Nick sich Michael, Papini Lawrence Ray, Petty Robert F., Pottios Myron, Szabo Steve, Witmyer Carl, Zyga Alfred Michael. 220 Buban Anthony A., Staiee vich David F. 222 Bellcoff John N., Clotfelter Daniel, Horvat Theresa. M. 248 Boal Evelyn, Nikolich Lawr ence 271 Grgurinovich Mira 276 Bruch George J. 289 Petrich Mary F. 292 Tanner Frances G. 293 Phillips Patricia 307 Brozovic Donald, a o 11 a 309 Percic Barbara Anne 810 Wagner Michael 810 Weiss Edward J. 851 Hodak Joseph, Kanasty Ed ward K. 356 Matulovich Victor 360 Lally Thomas F., Modrcin Lorraine V. 863 Zee Anne, Zee Joseph D.' 416 Pinter Henry J. 423 Junak Bessie. Junak Joseph R., Junak Joseph, Jr., Kalmar Mary, Pesich Frances, Peaich Norma M. 435 Vlasic Nicholas 437 Yurkovich Charles 472 Beniger Mary, Beniger Rud olph J. 4*4 Palaich Elizabeth, She* s S$3 Bosrock Ronald M. 541 Rantovich George 566 Blasinsky Frances 571 Duncan Judith Ann 582 Schvonek Ronald G. 588 Pecotich Joseph 595 Visnic Barbara 598 Mikulan John, Jr. 600 Kasunick John Wayne, Turkal Julia Ann •03 Barberich Catherine •15 Magdich Virginia E., Puska rich Anne E. 663 Koscica Walter R., Jr., Yurieh Robert R. 677 Pozarich Louis R. Td6 Thomas Robert J., Gouze Ma ry Ann, Unkovic Constance, Zivic Catherine, Zivic Louise A. 717 Magiera Eugenia J., Suther land Anne, Sutherland William 718 Belavlch Robert, Radelja Jos ephinp Hp7 Pulyan Ann Linnia 745 Merrick Cecelia 760 Bilic Marie Ada 770 Mokosek Elizabeth, Mooney Rose Marie 781 Marinovich Thomas 809 Plevel Patricia, Verbetich Car oline 813 Tkalec James M., Tkalec Jo seph W. 817 Aksamovie Elizabeth, Aksa movich Ivan 848 Vencevich Dolores 854 Mosich Lucretia, Skeflch Bet ty 872 Bolen LawTence J. Terminations Suspensions 21 Withdrew from mem bership 12 Dead 73 Cash Surrender 43 Reserve Expired 48 Matured Endowment.. 7 Lapsed by expulsion.. 1 205 Total membership ending DECEMBER, 1958 71,924 Membership Status Active 69,855 Reserve 2.069 New Membere Ou*4t 617 Podrebarac Anna 638 Ratchky Laura, Yohovlch Ros aline 650 Grguric Tomo, Pire Otip 679 Miadzyk S la vica 700 Kovacic Ludvik 739 Polick Stanley 787 Sporer Walter R., Buđir John Total 71,924 New Members United States 1 Matiyaca Frances, Matiyac* Lucy, Samosky Mildred Ann, 798 Novacic Franjo, Susec Anton, Susec Vinko 873 Ulakovic Mary 919 Tomczak Filip E. 930 Markovich Kate 946 Pastuovic Petar 961 Jurkovich Ivan Reinstated From Suspension 1 Hajdukovich Helen, Z u a Mike J. I 8 Patcher Jennie S. 12 Panion Ann Colleen 13 Bahoric Catherine, Bahoric Virginia M., Rowe Jean 14 Matko Paul, SterSic Rose 76 Schmalstieg Robert 99 Orlich Mary, Orlic Tony, Poel ker Dolores 177 Gustin Joseph, Jr. 270 Erjavac Thomas 304 Klaic Ivan 484 Samarin Mives, Samarin TomO 540 Mitcheletti George, Jr. 984 Ugrin John M., Ugrin RoM Reinstated From Reserve 4 Cviteslc Barbara, Cvitesic Jo seph 12 Lucic Joe 13 PlasaJ Richard 14 Sintic Jela 241 Kolenko Stanley 817 Garasich Sue Marie, Garasich Vincent, Jr. Accepted On Reserve 1 Lesac Mate L., Locotos Frank, Jr., Stiscak Mary N., Stiscak Nicholas 11 Muzina Stephana 14 Germ Leona 32 Kentos oJseph, Kentos Mary 99 Gido Dorothy, Leovich John 125 Sharatz Betty Jane 141 Zguric Stjepan 170 GHver Rudolph 177 Sarich Thomas J. 194 Gerbin Emma 226 Shafer Willma 392 Martin Marian 566 Shaffer Steva 622 Jelich John 745 Stavich Samuel 8. 807 Drobac Peter 856 Jurasevich Peter, Jr., Sindieich Dorothy M., Sindicich Nich olas, Jr. 893 Plecash Joan 919 Tomchak Frank 930 Hugel Zora Accepted On ReOW Via Transfer 249 Jakotich Robert Suspensions 8 Plivelic Anna 28 Zilko John 29 Hayson Jo Ann 34 Sestric Mary P., Slmeic Lois 85 Guzanlch Steve G. 170 Derr Phillip, Yaros Joseph 177 Antonich Frank, Antonich Lu cille, Milosevich Paul 548 Evanovich Ellen, Evanovich John 593 Jurasin Lillian M. 867 Karlich Mary Ann 827 Ladika Mary 872 Klener Anna 930 Kusturin Ivan, MMic Milan, 975 Kevric Janko Cash Surrenders 3 Slabodnick Robert 5 Patcher Jennie S., Pecar John 18 Tomac Pete John, Tusek Ray mond 29 Vlasick Helen 35 Kent Angeline 49 Hatezich George 84 McMahon Everett 85 Gregorich Michael 102 Grelowicz Alexander 126 Krichko Betty Jane 131 Tomasic Joseph, (RM.) 146 Savkovich Violet 169 Mounts Joe Bernard 170 Tomasich Mary 177 Flagg Pauline C., Mikulcic 185 Slanina Stephen 194 Almasi Charles 231 Anicic Joseph 248 DeShields William 284 Gordon Frances 288 Marlow Eleanor I*, iiktar 316 Lulic John Michael 343 Pelan Charley, Jr. 367 Rosich John, Rosich Waneda 392 Belich Mary 431 Plivelich Inez Ruth, Wlrelich 432 Kosor Christopher, Kosor Jo seph P. 440 Szpyrka Katharine 505 Buterin John 512 Cindrich John, (Res.) 548 Spetek John 671 Motsch Jennie 872 Perkovieh Joseph 900 Boban Ned 628 Shippey Mary 954 Karwalajtys Henry Reserve Expired 5 Ivicic Michael 11 Muzina Stephana 24 Predovic Milton 39 Jurkovic Bl&z 40 Balagija. Hildegard 43 Majhan Stjepan, Itoeck John 53 Sare Rozie 66 Pozega Mike 70 Mohorich Petar 72 Puskarich Frances 76 Koczerzat Gladys 81 Skrak Paulina 109 Plesic Anne 154 Dobrich Martha 169 Bonich Mitchell 214 Kauzlarich Elisabeth 235 Vajdie Rosalia AN AMERICAN IN YUGOSLAVIA- (Continned From Page 7) America was the gospel truth. Mother Nature certain ly outdid herself in this pano ramic hinterland of Yugosla via. Headaches In Zagreb Back in Zagreb, which they left Aug. 13, the by now somewhat exhausted tourists held their final "group meet ing" in front of the historic Hotel Esplanade. The majority made ar rangements on the spot for transportation to their native villages, there to visit with relatives, friends and acquain tances. In many cases, it was like the return of the prodigal after years of absence from the home hearth. But the writer had to make his quarters in Za greb for many pressing rea sons, not the least of which was to look after the interests of those in his group who spent days try ing to book earlier French Lines passage back to America. In fact, we could write a fair-sized book about this phase of the trip, one which saw us visiting the Putnik Agency's Zagreb offices so often that the employes there got to be downright chummy with us. Only courtesy prevented them from calling us by our first name, so frequently did we visit them before we left Zagreb for Paris, France, Sept. 8, 1956. Diplomacy, Tact, Tips But of the many problems we faced following our return to Zagreb, none could com pare with the headache of holding on to our room in the Hotel Esplanade. The city was jammed from stem to stern at that time of the year with thousands of visitors from all over the world out to enjoy Zagreb's great annual International Trade Fair and hotel rooms were worth their weight in Dinars. It took some real Amer ican diplomacy and tact to maintain our daily disputed "squatters rights" in the Esplanade. Nor did the quaint old American cus tom of tipping the right people hurt our cause. Yet we enjoyed every min ute of our friendly tiffing with the Director of the Es planade, a man who had just so many rooms on his hands and well "there was an old woman who lived in a shoe ." Balkans' The writer saw everything worth seeing in Zagreb during his Aug. 30 through Sept. 7, 1956, stay in that "Little Pa ris of The Balkans" metro polis. 243 Bulish Stanley 304 Bionda Anthony 307 Kish Peter 352 Zlendic Marin 356 Erceg Helen 358 Spear Kathryn 367 Grgurich Philip 402 Snarich John 416 Yanesh Joe 448 Klobučar John 463 Kovach John 481 Horacek John 489 Sakich Joe Paul 512 Dooley Mildred 533 Varga Betty Joy 623 Staydohar Anne 652 Frkovich Ludmilla 656 Peloza Sylvia 719 Rymarowicz Mary Jane 745 Stavich Samuel 775 Kuljaj Mile 789 Ribel Anton 823 Ormanovich Rudolph £29 Vixcovich John |73 Dubrasich Donald 974 Cetlnich Matthew 608 Vinski Josip 715 Biljan Regina 755 Pankovich George 899 Krakar Tomo Lapsed By Expulsion 593 Didich Frank T. Withdrew From Membership 64 Kerpon Nicholas Joseph 99 Helmetz Dolores 146 Stegner Robert George 229 Gerbis Marlene 248 Bilak Patricia, Herzberg Fred erick, Yelincic Michael 279 Puchan Rudolph 995 Spanovich Samuel 620 Morrot Marjorie 644 Marincil Martin 651 Cindric Matijas While it is no longer "Bijeli (White) Zagreb," what with its major buildings, institu tions, etc., begrimed and, in many cases, neglected, this city of nearly 500,000 people is nonetheless the industrial and economic center of Cro atia. Located on the left bank of the River Sava and nest ling at the foot of the wooded Zagrebačka Gora, Zagreb is the junction for transportation and other lifelines which lead from Central Europe to the Adri atic Sea Rijeka, Šibenik, Split and tie in with rail roads and highways cover ing Western Europe and the Near East. Its railroad station, located a stone's throw from the Ho tel Esplanade, is an around the-clock beehive of activity and a stage where a hundred and one poignant dramas are enacted daily by "seljaci" and the better off alike. We visited this station (ko lodvor) on seven occasions and talked with people from all walks of life. Their chief complaint, as with us in Ame rica and Canada: The hoiren dous cost of living! Zagreb Is Fascinating But whatever its shortcom ings, Zagreb is truly a fasci nating community. Its "Gornji Grad" (Upper Town) the ancient settle ment of Grič was surroun ded by ramparts and towers in the Middle Ages, such as the Kamenita Vrata (Stone Gate) and the Dverce (Por tal). The old streets and ba roque buildings around its center, Radić Square with the Church of St. Mark, re main almost untouched by the march of time. At the foot of the "Gornji Grad," which we managed to explore at length, extends the famous Ilica. More than 3 ki lometers in length, the Ilica is lined with excellent shops of all kinds and traffic here is extremely heavy during rush hours. Zagreb's public parks also remain in our memories, par ticularly Zrinjevac, Tuškanac, with its open air theater and beautiful villas, and, on the outskirts, Maksimir with its Zoo and artificial lake. Nor will we ever forget the many hours we spent brows ing around in the "new cen ter" of Zagreb, the Square of The Republic, and its nearby Market Place. The Croatian Together with bro. George Sankovich, Soifth Chicago, 111., former CFU Supreme Board Member, we also vis ited Zagrebačka Gora. From Mount Sljeme, its highest summit (1,035 me ters), we looked down on the Sava Valley and Zagreb and cast our eyes in the direction of the Croatian Zagorje. Extending behind the hills of Zagreb, Croatian Zagorje is lined with hot springs and health resorts, among them Stubičke, Krapinske, Tuhelj ske, Sutinske and Varaždin ske Toplice. Less than one hour re moved from Zagreb is the valley of the River Sutla and the town of Klanjec. It was here that the immortal Groat bard Antun Mihano Vić composed, In the early stages of the 19th Century, the Croatian Na i o n a 1 Hymn "Lijepa Naša Domo vino." A monument here perpetu ates the memory of this great poet in the history of the Croatian people. And, for the record, the val ley of the Sutla River is the birth-place of Yugoslavia's President Josip (Tito) Broz. The town, Kumrovec. Next Week: Chatting in Zagreb with the Hon. Ellwood M. Rabenold, Con- Fifty-Seven More Members To Soon Hold Matured Endowment Certificates PITTSBURGH This is a notification to members holding Endowment Certificates which mature as of Jan uary 31 and February 28, 1957. Advance notice of maturity is purposely given so that the member may become better acquainted with the various Options offered. All such members are instructed to get in touch with their lodge secretaries as soon as possible, so that they may discuss and select an Option which must be mailed to the Home Office prior to the maturity date stated above. JANUARY 31, 1957 Lodge Nnme Certificate N». 5 Nikola Cvjetkovic E-40193 20 K-40183 56 Rafael Jasper £40053 170 Christine Peretin E-40106 189 Mary Katherine Thompson .. E-40022 440 Dan Hecimovich E-39981 440 Michael Jerbic E-39971 557 Anthony Petrina E-39972 583 Steve Martinich E-39965 590 E-40153 590 George Radich E-4003S 590 E-40154 590 Matthew J. Vajdic E-40155 677 E-39984 677 E-39985 677 Katherine McCormick E-39986 677 E-39987 684 Frank Rodwick E-40161 684 Agnes Rodwiek E-40162 726 Walter Pozder E-40011 734 William Joseph Fabina E-40217 734 Helen Marie Verbanic E-40216 804 Nick N. Naglic E-40080 812 E-40031 FEBRUARY 28,1957 Nicholas Cohollc E-40736 Pete Chulick E-40446 Julia Sinkovich E-40601 Matt Marovich, Jr. E-40296 Manda Katich E-40339 Matthew Brozovich E-40742 Emil f'ubrich JjC-40580 Paul Safranek E-40543 Anton Niksich E-40581 Anna Marie Watne E-40377 Matilda Gray E-40282 Veronica Lucas E-40342 Amalija Mordi E-40302 Stanley Boras E-40384 Michael Lonearevic E-40530 Mary Mrakoveich E-40591 Joseph Vukelioh E-40632 Stanley Pavlich E-40398 Millie Carroll E-39762 Blazenka Bonkovich E-40458 Michael Novosel E-40681 Ivan Ljubieic E-40308 Tony Zurich E-40759 Louie Baniecki E-40616 Edward Zagar E-40417 Frank Yurich E-40320 Mato Stankovich E-40346 Betty Henry E-40345 Anna Thomas E-40741 Maurice Zanic E-40449 Ivan Peretin E-40655 Nicholas Babich E-40277 CFU League Standings In Nutshell CHICAGO, ILLINOIS So. Chicago Sunday Nite League* Women's Division January 13, 1957 W Polich Construction 32 19 Corrigan Heating 29 22 Dr. Barbaric 27 24 Pin Up Lounge 23 28 Križari Lodge 22 29 Wm. Ropa Insurance 21 30 Individual Highs Josie Randich 183-521 Ruth Zakaria 184-513 Elsie Crnich 467 Mary Staray 457 Jean Zemoit Team Highs Polich Construction 874-2558 Wm. Ropa Insurance 874-2552 Dr. Barbaric 924 TORONTO, ONTARIO Lodge 832 Mixed League January 18, 195? Fts. Flying Saucers 44 Hound Dogs /...43 Heart Breakers 31 Alley Gators 26 Individual Highs Joe Slak 268-743 Steve Stavro 684 John Saftich. 601 Danny Marsich 235-599 Eda Mladenovic 615 Joan Stanich 540 Rose Ropac 532 Marie Trubic 25S-530 Team Highs Hound Dogs 1053-2893 Flying Saucers 1077-2756 Joan Stanich, Sec'y. PITTSBURGH, PA. CFL' Home Office ueague January 18, 1957 XV Clubs 5 1 Diamonds ...., 3 3 sal of the United States of America visiting with rela tives in Liplje, near Črno mlju, Močile in Gorski Ko tar, and Bosiljevo the memorable "taxi" trip to the hinterlands with Ste phanie Walter and Thomas Chulig of Detroit, Mich. Hearts 3 Jokers 3 8 Spades 2 4 Trumps 2 4 individual Highs MIlan Vrane« 177-444 Nick Spudich 439 Tony Brajdic 187-435 Joe Spehar 422 John Bronich 419 Lenore Zvonkovich 137-388 Rita Cvetas 146-355 Marie Sekel 135-343 Clubs 1523 Trumps 541-1498 Diamonds 543 BUFFALO, NEW YORK Jerry Kustich Memorial League January 20, 1957 W Pilot Lites 28J/a 22»i Missing Six 28 V3 i,22 Jets 28 23 Lucky Strikes 26 25 Alley Cats .....25 26 Star Fires 24 27 Stars 22 29 Killers 22 29 Individual Highs Mike Martinick 214-588 Geo. Blasko 225-575 Mike Pilot 214-556 Jack Pochepani 553 Jack DiMartile 546 Jim Martlnic 226 Mary Di Martile 447 Maggie Marks .168-433 Ann Danelski 423 Molly Beauregard 164-388 Team Highs Jets 956-2722 Lucky Strikes 2670 Art DiMartile, Sec'y. TORONTO, ONTARIO Lodge 961 League January 18. 1957 l*ts. Tip Toppers 108 Rangers 65 Old Tinisrs 56 Tigers 51 individual Highs Phil Stanfel 265-718 John Magic 280-627 Matt Osvetic 587 Vinko Maric 578 Dianne Milakovic 250-655 Team Highs Tip Topp®rs 1130-3322 Rangers THE EXECUTIVE BOARD AT WORK -OFFICIAL MINUTES- WEDNESDAI', JANUARY 9, 1957 The Supreme President, bro. Mandich, opened the ses sion with official greetings and best wishes for a very hap py and prosperous New Year to one and all. All Members of the Board were present. The Minutes of the December 27, 1956, meeting were approved as read. The Supreme Secretary, bro. Bella, presented the fol lowing cases: Lodge 39 Bro. Blaz Jurkovic exhausted the reserve value of his certificate and requests assistance through his lodge. The Board approved the issuance of a $400.00 single premium paid-up certificate for funeral expenses only effec tive as of January 1, 1957. The sum of $246.62 to purchase said certificate is to be paid from the National Fund. Ivodge 583 Bro. John Martinich designated his par ents as beneficiaries, both of whom were deceased. The Board approved payment of the claim to 4 surviving bro thers and sisters. Lodge 613 Bro. Nikola Dolina named his brother Miho beneficiary, who predeceased the member. The Board approved payment of one-fourth share each to 3 surviving sisters of the member and one-fourth share to 4 surviving children of brother Miho. Lodge 650 The application of bro. Nikola Brozovic for an increase of $9500.00 insurance was approved by the Board. A letter of thanks and appreciation was received from the Salvation Army for our donation. A letter of appreciation was also received from Lodge 313 for our donation to their needy member, sister Anna Erdeljac. Bros. Mandich, Grasha and Servov were authorized to attend the New York Fraternal Congress to be held in New York City on February 21st. Bro. Vukelich informed the Board that the time is at hand when we must start making preparations for our par ticipation in the Pittsburgh Folk Festival which was organ ized last year with great success. He further stated that our Society must be represented in these festivals and that a chairman should be appointed who will be active and also attend all the meetings of the Festival Committee. After a discussion on the matter, the Board selected our Sports Di rector, bro. Braidic, as chairman, and bros. Bella and Grasha as representatives. The following items were approved for payment: $10.20 to the Oakland News for a Christmas greeting ad. $800.48 to Mr. Hill, our Canadian agent, for services rendered the last 6 months of 1956 and miscellaneous items in handling our account. $10.00 to the Illinois Fraternal Congress for dues. $180.00 to H. N. Bruce and Assoc. for actuarial ser vices rendered in December. $34.97 to McCloys of Pittsburgh for a steel cabinet to store cuts in the English Editor's office. $160.00 to Lodge 154 as an appropriation to the 8th Annual Hoosier Sweepstakes based on a 32 team entry at $5.00 per team. $24.25 to bro. Braidic for attending a committee meet ing in Johnstown, Pa., in preparation for the 1957 basket ball tournament. By an unanimous decision, the following resolution was adopted by the Board: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Croatian Fraternal Union of Amer ica, whose membership is composed almost entirely of Roman Catholic citizens of Croatian descent, is dedica ted to the principles of freedom of religion for all peoples throughout the world and WHEREAS, the Croatian Fraternal Union of Amer ica, speaking for these freedom loving peoples, feels very keenly that the continued restrictions of His Eminence Aloysius Cardinal Stepinac, of Zagreb, Croatia, Yugosla via, from enjoying the rights and privileges of his high office in the Roman Catholic Church, violate the princi ples of religious freedom in which we firmly believe NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Executive Board of the Croatian Fraternal Union of America, that the Secretary of State and the State De partment of the United States of America inform the Government and Peoples of Yugoslavia of the desire and wish of the membership of the Croatian Fraternal Union of America, that the rights and privileges of the High Office of Cardinal Stepinac as a Primate of the Roman Catholic Church be recognized and that His Eminence be permitted to exercise the duties and to assume the re sponsibilities of a Prince of the Roman Catholic Church in Yugoslavia. A letter was received from Lodge 20 of S. S. Pittsburgh, which was acknowledged and filed. Bro. Ovcarich presented the following case to the Board: Lodge 519 Bro. Franjo Ledaric, cert. 74442, under went an operation that is not listed in the By-Laws. The Executive Board approved a donation of $25.00 to the mem ber from the National Fund. There being no further business to transact, the Su preme President adjourned the session. Joseph Bella, Supreme Secretary Stjepan Gaži On Croatian Immigrants PITTSBURGH The Za jedničar's English Section ov er the period May 23 to Sep tember 12, 1956, carried the serialized work "Croatian Im migration to Allegheny Coun ty 1882 to 1914" by Mr. Stje pan Gaži. It is an authorative doc umentary history of the Croatian immigrant life in one of the larger cosmo politan areas of these Uni ted States, gleaned from many sources into a com pact treatise. No important incident has been ommitted by the author, Mr. Stjepan Gaži, who pre sents it entirely in the English language. Mr. Gaži is a mem ber of CFU Lodge 20. The Supreme Board of the Croatian Fraternal Union at its September, 1956, semi-an nual meeting authorized the printing and publishing of this work in a booklet form now comprised of 55 pages. We recommend it as good reading and reference material that should be in the average C'.F.U. home. Without question the work gives credit to Mr. Gaži and to our forebears for the a n i a s u n e w i they made a foothold in a new land under conditions strange to them. The price per copy is one dollar ($1.00) and by decision of the Executive Board made available through the C.F.U. Sports-Educational e a rt ment. By fhe Si. Jusepti'n P. T. A. Gary, Indiana An unusual Conk Book containing 891 foreign recipes of yesteryear! Exact measurements for the Cook of today. Price (incl. postage) $3.35 Order Yours NOW from the Cook Book Committee, Z 4369 Conn. St. Gary, Ind.