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5 kg. Kave 22 2 kg. Riže 45 kg. BraSna 5 kg. Masti 5 kg. šećera DVA PUTA DNEVNO šaljemo I Vaše narudžbe u TRST i RIJEKU I 100 lbs. do zadnje stanice .$11.00 I o o o Paket broj 53. 5 kg. Kave 10 kg. Riže 5 kg. šećera Možete poslati više vreća jer nema carine na brašnu. PAKETI OSLOBODJENI OD CARINE—DUTY FREE $16.95 $38.45 Vt kg. Bibera Paket broj 32.. 5 lbs. špageta 5 lbs. šećera 5 lbs. Kave 5 lbs. Riže the ses were 1 o i e k e $ 8 7 5 S i 11 kila zel. kave, Santos $22.45 11 kila zel. kave, A-l 21.10 10 lbs. zel. kave, Santos 9.95 10 lbs. zel. kave, A-l 8.95 3 kila zel. kave, Santos 7.25 3 kila zel. kave, A-l 6.75 100 lbs. fine riže—rice 18.70 50 lbs. fine riže 10.50 20 lbs. fine riže 5.80 10 lbs. fine riže 3.05 20 lbs. špageta 5.50 50 lbs. bijelog braSna .... 6.75 100 lbs. šećera 18.25 50 lbs. šećera 9.95 20 lbs. šećera 4.95 100 lbs. kukuruz, brašna.. 10.75 50 lbs. kukuruz, brašna.. 6.25 37 lbs. čiste masti 12.75 10 lbs. bakalara 6.75 20 lbs. bakalara 12.95 100 lbs. bakalara 59.95 10 lbs. sapuna za pranje 3.95 20 lbs. graha 5.50 24 pkgs. kokošije juhe.. 5.85 5 litara ulja maslinova 8.75 1 lb. čaja 1.35 ih. bibera u zrnu 1.00 5 lit. ulja semenskog.... 7.75 1 kg. marmelade 1.35 1 lb. bombona ili karm. .70 1 kg. sapuna za lice.... 1.25 1 lb. Božičnih svijeća.... 1.00 1 kg. salame 3.50 1 kg. slanine, panceta.. 2.10 1 kg. šunke kuhane .... 3.50 1 flašica lemuna, prah .40 5 kom. ranila, šipke.... 1.40 1 lb. tamjana 90 $ 8.50 Tel.: Laza 7-6459 ap Team Ilighs Joseph Fishter, Bec'y. Edward Sprajcar ••ZAJEDNIČAR" Michael Papa, Sec'y. Mary Julian, Sec'y. Adam Solch, Sec'y. v $440.00 Total $2461.56 8 4 S. Devich, pub. 11 H. Stepich 824-2318 M. Yancich 821-2318 A. Kresich 836-2312 Frank Gavura, Sec'y. 10 Page 11 i Steve Dosen, Sec'y. Mary L. Missick Dorothy Chrnko, Sec'y. U F.B. Putnička agencija l'rodajemo karte ca brodove i za avione, put u kraj I dopre miti rodbinu. šaljemo novce u kraj, GOO Dinara ca $1. I zradjnjrmn spise svake vrsti, I affidavits r.a emigrante. I'temljeno god. 11*05 u DetroitB. Otvoreno do 6 sati, Subota do S Pa. \n\n October 23, 1957 THE EXECUTIVE BOARD AT WORK OFFICIAL MINUTES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1957 The Supreme President, bro. Mandich, opened sion with official greetings. All Members of the Board were present with the exception of bro. Grasha, who is on the West Coast on official business. The Minutes of the September 11 meeting proved as read. The Supreme Secretary, bro. Bella, presented the fol lowing cases: Lodge 19 At the request of the lodge, the Board ap proved a donation of $25.00 from the National Fund to their destitute member, bro. Ivan Haramic. Lodge 40 Sister Ljubica Seperic designated her hus band as beneficiary, who predeceased the member. The Board approved payment of the claim to 2 surviving chil dren. Lodge 170 Bro. Peter Majhan wishes to change ben eficiaries by agreement to a friend, Mary Bianco, which the Board approved. Lodge 608 Bro. Luka Masoncic left a portion of his death benefits to his son Mitar, to whom said benefits were paid in 1940. Said check has only now been presented for payment by a party other than the beneficiary, which pay ment was withheld by the Board until such time as the Home Office receives approval from the beneficiary that same may be paid. Bro. Krasich was delegated to attend the 50th Anni versary celebration and banquet of Lodge 170 to be held in Gary on October 27. Bro. Mandich was delegated, to attend the 50th Anni versary celebration and banquet of Lodge 351 to be held in Detroit on October 20. The Board approved the request of the Des Plames public school system to rent one cottage at our Children s Home for a period of 11 weeks to 17 student teachers. Bros. Mandich, Bella and Servov gave their reports on the Citizenship Conference which they attended in Wash ington, D. C. Bro. Mandich also reported on the People-to people Program which he attended the following day in New York City. Their expenses were approved for pay ment as follows: Bro. Mandich, $185.11 Bro. Bella, $149.39 Bro. Servov, $201.27. A letter of thanks and appreciation was received from bro. Rescic of Cleveland for our donation of $100.00 to their Junior baseball team, which was acknowledged and filed. Bro. Mandich is to attend a banquet of Lodge 423 in Aliquippa on October 27, which is being held in honor of the Lodge Secretary, bro. Babich, and all 50 year mem bers of the lodge. The Board unanimously approved the following recom mendation of the Supreme Secretary: At the time a certi ficate matures or becomes fully paid-up and the member does not at that time choose to pay CFU funds of 32 cents, such member must pay all back dues from the date said certificate became paid-up should he decide to pay said funds at some later date. The following items were approved for payment: $100.00 donation to Lodge 126 towards the purchase of jackets for their 1957 softball champs. $15.00 to the Nebraska Fraternal Congress for dues. $690.00 to the Pennsylvania Insurance Department for printing of 50 copies of the Report of Examination. $15.00 to the CFU Minnesota Federation of Lodges for rental of a hall for their campaign conference held in Hibbing on September 1. $35.00 each to bros. Borich and Verbos for attending the campaign conference held in Bethlehem, Pa., on April 14th. $1072.72 to the Wright Co. of Syracuse for 2530 CFU 1958 Wall Calendars. $15.00 to the Michigan Fraternal Congress for dues. Bro. Ovcarich presented the following cases: Lodge 616 Sister Marija Pozek, cert. 62754, under went a major operation which is not payable under our By Laws. On the recommendation of the lodge, the Board ap proved a donation of $50.00 from the National Fund. Lodge 541 Sister Mary Owens, cert. C-68314, sub mitted claims for sick and operation benefits. Said claims could not be approved for payment since she was under going treatment for her illness within 1 year of insurability as stated in Section 253. Furthermore, on the recommenda tion of the Supreme Medical Director, the Board agreed that she is to be removed from said funds. There being no further business to transact, the Su preme President adjourned the meeting. Joseph Bella, Supreme Secretary I Pillsbury's Flour XXXX patent. CoffM Rice Sugar Coffe Rice Flour Lard Sugar Pepper Paket broj 51 $ 9.75 2 lbs. Kave—Coffee 3 lbs. Bakalara—Stockfish 1 litra Ulja maslinova—oil 5 lbs. Riže—Rice 3 lbs. šećera—Sugar 1 lb. Masti—Lard 4 lbs. špageta—Spaghetti sphaghetti Sugar Coffee Rice Paket broj 31 $ 9.00 8 lbs. Kave Coffe 10 lbs. Riže Rice 4 lbs. šećera Sugar Paket broj 6 $13.25 11 lbs. Riže—Rice 3 kila Kave—Coffee 11 lbs. šećera—Sugar 11 lbs. špageta—Spaghetti Paket broj 30 $ 6.75 6 lbs. Kave—Coffee 3 lbs. Riže—Rice Paket broj 34 $22.95 100 lbs. Bijelog brašna—Flour 11 lbs. Riže—Rice 11 lbs. špageta—Spaghetti 11 lbs. šećera—Sugar 4 lbs. Kave—Coffee 5 lbs. Sapuna—Laundry soap Paket broj 22 $13.95 25 lbs. Bijelog bračna—Flour 10 lbs. šećera—Sugar 6 lbs. Kave—Coffee 10 lbs. Riže—Rice Va5a pisma, ftekove 1 Money Order šaljite na USA EXPRESS CO. 720 10th Avenue, New York 19, N. Y., U.S.A. JOHNSTOWN, PA. Lodge 5 Tenpin League October 4, 1957 W Baretincic Mortician* 5 3 Lodge 5 5 3 St. Rochus Church 3 5 Pavich Amusements 3 5 Individual Hight Rudy Kopriva 197-524 Carmen Magistro 511 John Boros 210-511 Charles Novosel 509 Sue Hockycko 172-41" Rita Fishter 154-408 St. Rochus Church 827-2331 Baretincic Morticians 2280 Pavich Amusements 830 GRANITE CITY, ILL. Velebit Lodge 222 League October II. 105T W Team No. 2 19 Team No. 3 14 Team No. 4 13 Team No. 1 8 Individual Highs Ed Sprajcar 226-608 .Joe Minkowski 236-606 John Tarasovich 549 Sam Naglich 526 Ed Zabotka 511 Individual Avenges John Belloroff 182 Sam Naglich 179 Rudy Stimac 179 John Tarasovich 176 Joe Gudac 174 Joe Purdes 170 VERSAILLES, PA. Lodge 146 Ladies League October 4, 1957 W Orchids 9 6 Violets 9 6 Trises 8 7 Roses 7 8 (Tulips 6 9 (Lilacs 8 9 Individual Highl Mary Balun 179*438 Mary Pavlic 425 Evelyn Baker 417 Chris Zibrat 399 Helen Buzek 398 Kate Pavlic 373 Marge Wukoson 174 Team Highs Roses 631-1755 Lilacs 615-1730 Ann Bernick, Sec y. ALIQUIPPA, PA. Alc-ros Lodge 720 League October 12, 1957 W Treys 12 3 Quads 9 6 Deuces 5 10 Aces 4 11 Individual Highs John Barancho 484 John Yatson 469 Steve Turkovich 210-454 Ann Komar 175-486 Ann Thomas 192-425 Mary Thomas 401 Team Highs Treys 709-2067 Deuces 718-1899 Ann Thomas, Sec'y. McKEESPORT, PA. Nest 37 League September 22, 1951 W Eagles 3 0 Ravens 3 0 Hawks 2 1 Robins i 1 2 Larks 0 3 Cardinals 0 3 Individual Highs Bill Martinis 130-349 George Rendulic 143-343 Bobby Rendulic 326 Dave Rendulic 323 Bernice Brfetic 121-331 Team Highs Eagles 448-1258 Larks 389-1134 Lois M. Berletic, Sec'y. (Continued from Page 12) physique to its best advan tage in hastening his recup eration along the lines pre scribed by his surgeon. The medical data sup plied through Vari papa's surgery is one example of how bowling can aid in at taining physical fitness. His long years of bowling activity and his practice of moderation in all things had kept Andy in near perfect physical condition. Crowned King In 1946 And practice he had through the years! Andy Va ripapa decided to forego his other loves of baseball and boxing. By 1920, he had achieved a degree of local fame in the Long Island and Brooklyn areas. By the 1930's he was nationally famous as the greatest trick shot artist in bowling and made more than a dozen movie shorts. His feat of rolling two balls simultaneously to pick up the 7-10 split was seen by millions. His greatest moment as a bowler arrived in 1946 when, WEST ALLIS, WISC. Mixed Handicap League October 7, 1981 W I. Knaus 10 5 Ben-Day 8'* 6t2 Pintars 8'j 6'i Sarichs 8 7 MaydakS 6 9 Pathfinders 4 11 Individual Highs Emil Pintar 211-610 Nick Babich 176-483 Mike Papa 442 Dick Anich 440 Joan Bilan 185-510 Mary Seidler 166-459 Josephine Knaus 119 Adele Peronovic 414 Team Highs Knaus 2050 Ben Day 733-2017 Pintars 705 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Chicago So. Side Women's League October 6. 1957 W Corrigan Heating 7 Team No. 2 Polich Construction 4 Križari 8 Team No. 3 3 Wm. Ropa Insurance 2 Individual High* Elenore Kavois 168-444 Jean Zemait 155-420 Delores McGuire 394 Josephine Randich 385 Ruth Zakaria 383 Margaret Ranđich 375 Team Highs Križari 2489 Team No. 3 2472 Team No. 3 864 TORONTO, ONTARIO Lodge 650 League October «, 1957 Pts. Eagles 26 Bengals 23 Wildcats 23 Indians 12 Hotshots 9 Vultures 9 Starfires i 6 Leafs 4 Individual Highs John Milakovich 748 Jack Belobradich 331-712 John Lozo 711 Tony Senzel 697 Bob Nizich 688 Kay Pavlovich 640 Rosie Misetich 252-632 Dianne Chuvald i 600 Mary Ann Milakovich ........281-594 Eileen Chuvalo 551 Mary Klobuchar 278-551 John Milkovich 330 Team Highs Wildcats 1300-3328 Eagles 3328 Bengals 1218-8324 Anthony J. Filipovich, Sec'y. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Chicago So. Side Mai's League October 6, 1957 W Dr. Katich 10 5 Francis Tavern 10 5 Lodge 202 9 6 Fran's Service 9 6 Bogetich Florists 8 7 Metal Cabinets 6 9 Team No. 6 4 11 Golich Morticians 4 11 Individual Highs H. Buktenica 233-607 D. Celic 222-572 V. Kariolich .......... 572 W. Ranđich 548 D. Kruzic 539 S. Milo« 536 R. Buktenica 227-534 L. Buktenica 532 F. Zakaria 530 Team Highs Lodge 202 918-2625 Dr. Katich 2487 Metal Cabinets 2485 Millions on North American Continent Bowling Devotees as an "old man" of 55 he won the national match game title in the All-Star Tournament. Until this moment Andy's fame rested mainly on his magnificent bag of trick shots. The victory stunned bowl ing experts because Andy had been rated as nothing but a "fancy trick shot artist who couldn't stand up in real com petition" before the All-Star began. The fact that Andy repeat ed in the 1947 All-Star Tour nament, won the national doubles with Lou Campi and took over the ABC Ten Year Averages lead the same year only served to prove his point that he was indeed "The world's greatest bowler." No. 1 USA Recreation Bowling today is a far cry from the small, smoked-filled rooms with two or four al leys where Varipapa began over half a century ago. "The change in bowling that makes me happiest," says Andy, "is the way it has developed into a game for the whole family. With big, clean modern bowling centers All Roads Lead To St. Louis, Missouri, May 15-16-17-18, 1958 Individual Highs Richard Hrnyak 194-507 Ronald McLean 469 John Fuduric 462 Steven Haic 209-460 Arlene Skorich 172-180 Judy Bilicic 170-463 Geraldine Kleindienst 434 Andrea Bilicic 368 Patricia Kovacevic 341 Team Highs Calypsos .^898-1710 Aristocrats 1723 Woodpeckers 604 BUFFALO, NEW YORK Jerry Kustich. Jr. Memorial League October 13, 1957 W Fine Bunch 10 2 Deuces Individual Highs Samuel Alberti 213-583 George Toth 514 Mike Lodick 214-505 Jim Martinic 502 Ann Barilec 420 Wanda Pasieka 152-416 Rita Strusa 400 I Cary Di Martile 163-374 Joyce Matijas 370 Team Highs Fine Bunch 969-2800 Hi Los 2785 Updowns 978 Samuel J. Alberti, Sec'y. equipped with all the latest devices like the Brunswick Automatic Pinsetter, Mom and Pop can take the kids during any of their leisure hours and enjoy the world's greatest game. While it isn't every bowl er who becomes champion or even wins a fair amount of local fame, every bowler does get the physical bene fits of bowling that Andy so well demonstrates. Bowling does not require violent physical exertion. A person can bowl as gently as he or she wishes. It is not un usual to see eight-year-olds bowling alongside their par ents on a family bowling day. Neither is it unusual to see older people in their 60's and 70'« enjoying a few lines of bowling during the afternoon. I Both young and old keep I active and keep fit while hav I inga sociable line of bowling. Most of these bowlers are having too much fun bowling to think of the physical bene fits. But* Jthe benefits are there. Next weefi, Marion Lade wig. COMMUNIQUES FROM THE SOCIETY'S AMERICAN AND CANADIAN BOWLING FRONTS Echoes of The 1957 Duckpin Tourney 21st Duckpin Tournament April 26-27-28, 1957 McKeesport, Pa. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Receipts 44 men's teams, entry fees 110 men's doubles, entry fees 440.00 259 men's singles, entry fees 518.00 18 women's teams, entry fees 180.00 32 women's doubles, entry feeg 128.00 61 women's singles, entry fees 122.00 Balance, 1956 tourney 49.80 C.F.U. appropriation 787.50 Total $2665.30 Disbursements Bowling fees $737.85 Scorekeepers' services 112.45 Cash prizes women's teams 180.00 women's doubles 100.00 women's singles 94.00 women's special awards 26.50 men's teams 462.00 men's doubles 304.00 men's singles 347.00 men's special awards 37.50 Stationery supplies and adding machine .... 9.06 Administration expenses 51.20 Balance carried to 1958 tournament $ 203.74 Note: Cash prizes were detailed in the June 5, 1957, issue of the Zajedničar. CLEVELAND, OHIO Inter-Nests League September 21,1957 Pts. Gutter Sweepers 8 St. Nicks 7 Calypsos 7 4 Weeds A 1 Rose 6 Woodpeckers 5 Aristocrats 5 Muffeteers 4 Whiz Kids 4 Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. Anna Rescic, Mgr. DETROIT, MICH. Detroit Mixed League October 6, 1957 W Cokers 15 5 Casino Five 14 6 Hot Shots 13 7 Misfits 12 8 Krums 11 9 Tinkers 11 9 Hangovers 11 0 Toppers 10 10 Jaces 9 U Mixers 9 11 Pocketpickers 12 Team No. 14 8 12 Lazetta 5 15 Jays 4 16 Individual Highs Chuck Bidoli 225-592 Chuck Barkovich 569 John Magiera 555 Dony Gray 222 Fred Gregorich 222 Ginny Koss 557 Lillian Bunjevac 202-541 Alice Gray 200-528 Jennie Barkovich 200 Marge Chovich 200 Team Highs Hangovers 823-2363 Toppers 2306 Casino Five 856-2273 Hot Shots 818 Note: There will. be no bowling October 20th. Dynos 6 6 Updowns 6 6 Misfits 6 6 Hi-Los 6 6 Sure Things 5 7 Toppers 2 10 INDIANA HARBOR, IND. Harborites League October 6, 1957 W H. Stepich 13 2 A. Zunac 11 4 M. Yancich 6 6 R. Huss 8 7 M. Tadey 7 8 M. Trtan 7 s A. Kresich 6 9 S. Trtan 0 D. Zafran 5 in L. Kresich 4 EAST PITTSBURGH, PA. Lodge 141 I^ngne September 26, 1057 W Crows 5 1 Jays 4 2 Buzzards 2 I Eagles 1 5 Individual Hiffhs Emil Sardoch 183-507 Joe Pribanic 165-440 Frank Pribanic 43S Matt Mlinarich 365 Helen Pribanic 174-471 Freda Pribanic 422 Pauline Pribanic 162-100 Kassy Sardoch 352 Team Highs Jays 697-1904 Crows 640-1880 Emii Sardoch, Sec'y. CHICAGO, ILL. Lodge 440 Mixed League September 30,1957 W Ban Jelacic 11 1 & Dairy 10 2 Jovial Club 8V* 3',j Maday Florists 712 4,4 Roddy's Hangar fl 514 Kompare Funeral Home .... 6 6 Golich Funeral Home fli/a Alfirevich Tavern 5 7 J. G. Henneberger 5 7 Nick & Dorothy Tavern .... 4 8 Perkich Tavern 3 9 Svalina Realty 1^4 lOVfc Individual Highs George Sudar 534 Joe Stincic 223-522 John Jovanovich 515 John Spudic 518 John Sudar 491 Bob Chorak 202 Ann Kallanj 454 Mary Lou Tomich 448 Ann Jovanovich 191-4415 Josephine Stengel 436 Mary Sudar 428 Mary Plesha 170-426 Team Highs & Dairy 806-2274 Alfirevich Tavern 791-2242 Roddy's Hangar 2218 Ban Jelacic 811 Individual Highs Milan Kalafatich 224-606 Anthony Tadey 215-595 Miles Piskol 224-572 Peter Simatovich 551 Joseph Marianich 533 Marge Trtan 170-501 Ann Zunac 184-495 Marie Yancich 187-482 Madge Sindicich 479 Mickey Dubiel 473 Martha Dominic 196 Team Highs Youngstown Ladies In Plans For Masque Ball YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio The Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a Halloween Party at the Croatian Home, 1012 West Federal St., on Wednes day, October 30, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is urged to mask, as prizes will be awarded for the best dressed and funniest costumes. Refreshments will be avail able and there will be plenty of fun for young and old alike. EVERY MEMBER GET A MEMBER Committees, headed by our generously have given their capable President, George Ku- time and goods previously. rilich, are now formulating plans to make this affair a funfest for all. A modern dance band has been contrac ted by Milton Misetich, prom ising a full evening of fun. Hoosiers Sweeper To Be Run Off Feb. 15th On East Chicago Lanes EAST CHICAGO, Ind. The 9th CFU Hoosiers' Sweepstakes, previously an nounced in these columns, will take place at this city's East Chicago Recreation Parlors Saturday afternoon, February 15, 1958. Last year this event, solely a five-man competition, polled thirty-two entries, 22 among the men and 10 from the wo men. Seven cities, Chicago, East Chicago, Gary, Ham mond, Whiting, Indiana Harbor and Battle Creek in three states, Indiana, Illi nois and Michigan, were represented. Entry blanks have been mailed to all 1957 and 1956 team captains. If inadvertent ly you were missed or have a team aligned, write or con tact the Sweepstakes secre tary, George J. Stiscak, 5623 Homerlee Avenue, East Chi cago, Indiana phone East Chicago—7817. AKRON, OHIO Lodge t7'i l.eague October 5, 1957 Pt*. Bird Sheriffs 11 CFU No. 472 14 Pickford Florists lS1^ Action Shirts 12 Croatian Club 11 Lolich Bar B-Q 10 Quick Lunch 10 Di Feo Poultry 10 Blair Displays 9 Burger Beer 0 Twin Construction 8 Gran Alleys 7 J. A. S. 6 Dunn & Quiglev 6 Individual Highs Tony Donofrio 231-661 Milo Chelovitz 579 John Ross 571 John Furman 566 .Tukle King 543 Dot Trkulya 176-501 Ruth Lolich 180-172 Carrie Jurkovic 471 Wilma Likevich 460 Vi Shelton 439 Team digits Bird Sher i s 6 7 2- 1 6 Tony Donofrio, Scc'y. WELLAND, ONTARIO Lodge 617 League September 30,1957 W I. Jacks 6 3 I Kings 5 1 Queens 4 5 Aces r. 6 I Individual Hijjlis Joseph Miha'.jev 272 738 Peter Atamanjak 579 John Brkljacic 584 Frank Zoretich 566 '.lack Buban ?61 Marv Muznr 578 Irene Husnik 222-557 Anne Karal 230-538 'jeanette Hucic 533 I Dora Bubanko 235 Team Highs Aces 2909 i Kings 1102-2869 Jacks 1113 I Lillian Cunjak, Sec'y. Los Angeles 177 Social Sports Club Sets Date For Annual Halloween Dance Lodge Committees Going All-Out To Make October Hop Success Of First Water MONROVIA, Cal. Satur- In our kitchen we will fea day, October 26, is the date ture such foods as home-made set for the Annual Halloween sausage, hot dogs, baked Dance to be given under the ham and delicious cakes and auspices of the Social and strudels, prepared by our ver Athletic Club of CFU Lodge satile bakers, the Mesdames 177. The site of this affair Rose Antonich, Anna Badovi will be St. Anthony's Church, nac, Ann Kurtnaker. Jose Hall, 714 N. Alpine St., Los phine Misic, Stephanie Stani Angeles. jsich and Mary Tadic, who so Come out and join us for get your inhibition or com plexes and mask. There will be prizes for the most novel costumes. Farrell Sports Group To Stage Masque Ball Saturday, November 2 FARRELL, Pa. The Cro atian Athletic Club will spon sor a Halloween Dance on Saturday, November 2, at the Croatian Home, Staunton St. All members of the Athle tic Club and their friends are welcome to attend. Members are asked to please note that meetings are held on the first Sunday of every month at 3:00 p.m. Nominations for next year's officers will be held at the November 3 meeting. IT CAN'T BE BEAT TELL THE WORLD CHARLENE'S MUSIC CORNER New Manager JOHN GBEGURICH 913 Braddock Ave. Electric 1-2775 Braddock, Order Early!! Croatian Christmas Cards, 13 for SI.''3. Also all other foreign-text Christmas Cards. Latest Serbo Croatian recordings. Send for our NEW Free Catalogue. 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