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A 32 154 856 32 440 358 856 70 ^54 533 856 154 70 1 Jt ,y l„t..M..M.MV„...v.....„,...........v....!....3021 f^»«^ .... Total .. $385.00 WOME1T Whittyg ... ... .......u.....,..2335 Total y lOO PROOF i i. JACQUIN'S V O K A O Y A E Mo«fy $55.00 35.00 30.00 26.00 24.00 22.00 20.50 20.50 $247.50 .o..™.'™..,. 26.00 ,..............2907• John J. FaMna, Sec'y. 14.50 Joseph Yukieh be "ZAJEDNIČAR" Total "Z" v •Total Total Total Total Total I Children's Homp Total i Y, '"A v 1135,399.87 Helen Buzek 12,665.88 2,556.77 6,906.00 741.30 3,051.02 2,602.50 2,000.00 Kim« 907.45 876.26 825.14 416.93 410.44 390.01 381.34 350.53 264.38 120.00 117.30 115.80 88.25 80.00 67.60 60.00 68.50 51.00 46.60 42.00 34.00 82.26 30.00 25.00 25.00 21.13 16.24 15.44 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 12.6-J 12.50 10.20 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 8.52 3.OS 6.75 5.26 2.85 1.25 534.89 Namta $ 37,130.03 I 600.00 50.00 43.50 3.54 6P7.04 209.02 $ 104.46 107.40 146.80 310.90 810.90 Sc 1,000.00 $ 1,980.46 Total 24,206.34 1,471.00 1,064.96 145.0« 82.50 40.8T 9.30 169.61 91.41 24.30 15.65 «5.00 103.92 88.82 121.77 41.24 124.71 16.44 74.38 53.64 286.00 82.00 12.00 25.00 3.20 103.72 59.42 29.90 75.00 Women's Doubles Men's Singles Total T0.17 .$ 4,880.09 :fc. V Pts® 11 Sfor# Total Men's Doubles Avill 44« $11.00 4?? 7.00 411 5.00 4.00 ,$27.00 Score Anard 79ft $19.00 ,754 14.00 743 9.00 $42.00 A a rrt 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 •1.00 4.00 4.00 $176.00 Scot* Award $40.00 29.00 22.00 15.00 14.00 13.00 12.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 S.OO 8.00 7.00 "t" Summary 219.03 7.32 $ 9,048.15 $212.951.90 NftbarlJivft u VAioj tr* rorlnf ill JtMUuracijl yLavip SLIVOVITZ Producirana 1 pakavana. tradicionalnim ft»- atarom i, \n\n February 26, 1958 Universal By Choice as Well As By Chance (Continued From Page 8) Gibraltar and Madeira, where I tasted the oldest wine of my life made in 1792! Recitals In Russia Our arrival in New York, blessed by the most wonderful weather, was naturally excit ing. The yacht was overrun by a crowd of reporters who bom barded me and my wife, our captain and crew, with ques tions about our long trip and many experiences. And so ended our 15-month jaunt around the world. This long journey across the seas and continents was followed by another concert tour of Europe. In the 1935-36 season I gave 16 recitals in Soviet Russia, appearing in Moscow, Len ingrad, Kiev, Kharkov, and Odessa. At the end of the spring of 1936 my wife and I, feeling the need for rest, solitude and untouched nature, left in a beautiful yaeht for Alaskan waters. Gigantic Territory Everything in Alaska 1s on a gigantic Scale: the moun tains ocean waves, glaciers, Life Sfory of Zlatko Balokovic -Master of The Violin and natural wealth. I On the shores of one of the innumerable inlets we saw se ven big bears and often hun dreds of wild ducks and geese. In certain places there was unbelievably abundant fish ing. For whole days we didn't see a single human being. Which was not surprising, for in 1936 Alaska, more than twice the size of France, had less than 100,000 inhabitants. This whole territory, full of natural wealth (America to date has taken out in gold alone a value of more than a billion dollars), was bought from Russia by the U.S. in 1867 for a mere $7,200,000! Back To Yugoslavia In 1937 and 1938 I ap peared as soloist with a very large number of American orchestras such as the Boston Philharmonic under Kousse vitsky, the Cleveland under Rodzinski, the Chicago under Stock, the Los Angeles under Klemperer, and the New York, Kansas City, Detroit, and Vermont symphonies. In the majority of these concerts I played a new con Hoosier Sweepstakes Take Home Pay East Chicago,. Ind. February 15, 1958 Official Scores and Prize List E N M|* Vhh Total Piai Money 749 Progress Metal CiWtiets 3081 $75.00 70 Križari 3077 50.00 170 Ban Jelacic 3057 40.00 170 Ban Jelacic 3048 35.00 856 Harborites 3047 '30.00 749 Progress o.,.,........,.^.., 3023 28.00 856, Harborites 154 .Holy Trinity ...300* 24.00 32« Sloboda Jurufje .P, tiMm* 2988 22.00 805- Whiting 2955 20.00 154 Holy Trinity .^,..,,.....^,,,.^..^950 #9-00 High Game Out Of Money" 154 tfo$ Thirty''. Z:v. ... ..-::.10M 45.00 358 Maywoodites ^&?..,...f.....2925f• 70 and 948 Dr. Katich Optp's. 2920 856 Harborites lidie Totil Pin« 749 Progress.- Polich Construction .2716 70 Križari 2683 170 Ban Jelacic 2660 440 So. Chicago 2626 358 Maywoodites 2612 154 Holy Trinity 2589 440 So. Chicago *... 2562 856 Harborites 2562 High Game. Out Of Money 856 Harborites 896 440 So. Chicago „....2521 856 Harborites 250T 440 So. Chicago 2504 70 Križari ., 248# 70 Križari 2428 856 Harborites 2412 856 Harborites ......2408' 805 Whiting 2401 F. U. appropriation, 140.00 Total $385.00 Women 18 teams at $8.75 toward prize fund $157.50 O* U. appropriation 90.00 Total $247.50 George J. Stiscak, Sec'y. CHAKCOfll PROCESSED M.ADE FNOM SELECfcORAIN .cjuin ':t (u-. Iru Phila F'u ESI 1884 certo, written for me by the famous U.S. composer, John Alden Carpenter, and the con certos of Brahms, Dvorak, Tschaikovsky, Mendel sohn and Bach. George J. Stiscak, Secretary ml -FINANCIAL STATEMENT East Chicago, Ind.— February 15,1958 Men 28 teams at $8.75 toward prize fund $245.00 In 1938 I again toured Yugoslavia to celebrate the 25th anniversary of my winning of the State Prize in Vienna in 1913, and at my concert in Belgrade I was decorated by Prince Paul, then Regent of Yu goslavia, with the Grand Cross of the Order of St. Sava. I then went to Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey and was jthe first artist to introduce an American concerto in these Balkan countries. Although I received an in vitation to appear in Fascist Italy, I never played there during Mussolini's regime Nor did I in Germany during Hitler's reign. But I played in other parts of Europe, Amer ica and Canada right up to World War II. NEXT: American citizen ship granted in 1941 the Ame rican Slav Congress the United Committee of South Slavic Americans the American Com mittee for Yugoslav Relief the tragedy of war. Lodge 5 Crew Starts Eyeing Johnstown Top JOHNSTOWN, Pa. The January 31st match play saw the Lodge 5 team threatening to take the top spot as they surged forward with a 3-0 victory over the Pavich A musement lads. Captain Vic Farkas, Sr., al ways a terror when duckpin ners meet, took the individual three game high honors with a 201-550 card. Sloboda Marzanos ...... 2886. Holy Trinity ...*. ...........2883 ,• Harborites 2883, Sloboda Miners-- .. .2865 Nick and Dorothys 2845 Maywoodites 2796 Harborites 2792 Križari 2700 Holy Trinity 2757 St. Julian Wine -Battle Creek 2752 Harborites 2739 Holy Trinity 2687 Križari'' ,........^...'.2623 Teammate John Rozich hit for 508, while Frank Stojko vich and Andrew Gojmerac rolled 474 and 473, respective ly. The winners compiled an 888-2459 showing, healthy scores in any competition. Meanwhile the St. Ro chus Church team had close sledding as they edged the Baretincic Morticians. Chuck Kolar supplied the bombardment to the tune of 186-481, with Cecelia Jakovic close behind with a 167-480 as the Churchmen retained their three game lead in the St. Rochus Dux League. Frank Kolar of the Morts shot a sessional high 220 as part of a 490 set and Captain Cominskey a 198-541, but all this failed to bring victory to the Baretincics. Dalmatians Hike Lead In Sooth Chi Circuit SO. CHICAGO T?he Dal matian entry increased their lead by taking three games from the Napredak Five. Joe Gakich was high man with a 515, while the fair-sex mem ber of the team, Joanne No sich, helped the cause with 171. Sam Zadkovic was high for the losers with 443. The cellar dwelling Istrian Bros., shut out the third place St. Joseph League entry. Pacing the winners was Frank Jor don with a 491 series, high for the losers was Tony Dur dov's 460. St. Anthony took a 2-1 nod from a die-hard Free Croatia team. Chernich was high man with 536 and a high game of 210. John Bakovich hammer ed out a 483 series. Stan "Bomber" Nosich represented the big punch for the losers with his 500 series and high game of 176. Also all of our bowlers are looking forward to the St. Louis Bowling Tournament. 4 C.F.U. policy never comes out-dated, out-moded and obsolescent. It im rove* with age and grows i vali*. 1 Arthritis Riddle Nearing Solution But Doctors Say It Will Take Time (Continued From Page 8) four years. Fourteen inde pendent research teams, studying the drug for six years, also reported it had proven effective and, just as important, safe to take. As was expected, his first report of results provoked en thusiastic comment at the 1957 session of the Interna tional Congress on Rheumatic Diseases. Medical in e e s was further aroused when Dr. Bagnall's report was publish ed in the Canadian Medical Journal. Question of Aspirin Not a single patient in Dr. Bagnall's study experienced a dangerous side effect from using Aralen. Since some patients have been on treatment four years, this is significant because freedom from severe reac tions is an essential of any drug administered for pro longed periods. The medical profession realizes that severe reactions are a great drawback of cort isone and related hormones. For similar reasons, doc tors have found that phe nylbutazone and gold salts are not the answer. Only aspirin is generally agreed to be safe as daily medica tion for most arthritis vic tims. Major improvement gener ally did not start before six months or more of daily use of Aralen. It is this slow re sponse to the drug which most irifrigućs Dr: Bagnall and other authorities! The Canadian .specialist comments that Aralen seems to act on the. disease elf rather than the symptoms only, Ali jDjff Q^ijKs^ the mflamMatoiy f^fnd* jŠatn symptom^* li.wn g§t tjie cause of tne-d&eese v»tiwi Long Foe oifiMafitynd "Aralen's action appears more like slow neutralization of the disease-producing me chanism itself," Dr. Bagnall observes. If his theory is correct, medical research may be on the verge of learning the cau ses of rheumatoid arthritis. Little more is known at pre sent than that it is. a disease of the connective tissues. Solving this riddle might yield the key to other dis eases of connective tissues —r spondylitis, rheumatic fjeyer, lupus erythematosus. When the answer does come, it will spell victory over one of mankind's oldest as well as most prevalent af flictions. Signs of chronic joint disease have been found on skeletons of prehistoric Ne anderthal man, the Cro Magnon races of southern Europe, and mummies of ancient Egypt. Meanwhile, much progress has been made. It is known, for instance, that rheumatic fever while affecting the joints, is of more concern as a disease 6f the heart, and that it usually stems from a streptococcus infection. We now also have much in formation about other chro nic afflictions of known ori gin, like TB and gout. Precipitating Causes e u a o i a i i s strikes young and old alike, but usually starts between 20 and 50. Most cases occur be tween 35 and 40. It affects three times as many women as men, though arthritis of the spine is ten times more common among men. While no specific parasite or germ has been blamed as the cause, there are some rec ognised precijjitntinj causes. ffiPQOT OF SUPREME SECRETARY Disbursements For The Month Of January, 1958 Paid To Members and Beneficiaries Death Efenefit Claims, United States $ 67,622.10 Death Benefit Claims, Canada 5,250.00 Cash Surrender Valu« *...... 5,306.25 Matured Endowment# «. 7,721.50 Cash Loans 3,062.00 Dividend 145.95 Refunds of dues .: 14.44 Premium Loan 865.06 Sick Benefit "A", United States 28,067.57 Sick Benefit "A", Canada 2,605.00 Sick Benefit "B", United States U42.00 Sick Benefit "B", Canada 1,028.00 Disability Benefit, Old Plan, United State* 5,100.00 Disability Benefit, Old Plan. Canada 100.00 Disability Benefit, New Plan, United St&tM 5,880.00 Disability Benefit, New Plan, Canada 980.00 Maternity Benefit 1,310.00 Paid From Administration Fund Salaries of Executive Board, Officials and Employees Salaries of Editors and Employees of "38" Printing of Official Organ Postage of Official Organ, Mailing David A- Smith, Treasurer, City and School Tax«* Campaign Prizes C. F. U. Pension Fund Peoples First Nat. Bank & Tr. Co., Rental for safe deposit boxes and imprinting checks CFU Printing Department, printing forms Penn Office Supply Co., lodge and office supplies Postage and Express International Business Machine Corp., rental of machines Remington Rand, safe deposit tray, binder, and mach. rental R. Douglas Hill, Agents fee, postage and supplies Interest on Bonds Equitable Gas Co. Michael Vranes, attending Penna. Fraternal Congress The Bell Telephone Company, telephone and telegrama Office Christmas Party Morris Caplan, installing motor and heating unit Milton Weiner, maintenance of adding machine City Plumbing & Heating Supply Co., repair to water-line Harley N. Bruce & Associates, actuarial service O. B. Kotz, Attorney, legal services Croatian Brotherhood.... Penn Window & Office Cleaning Co., cleaning windows Haughton Elevator Company, elevator maintenance Hauling rubbish Joseph Bella, attending meeting CFU Lodge 506, Titusville Peoples First National Bank, coupon collection Anna Barkovitch, extra help Oakland Chamber of Commerce, membership dues George A. Glavas, expense in Re: Jure Mandovich Case ...... The Whitaker Paper Co., supplies for mailing department.... U. S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co., compensation policy premium Local transportation Elco Manufacturing Co., extermination service Washington State Fraternal Congress, dues Iowa State Fraternal Congress, dues Christmas Gift, mailman ,• The Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., legal books Puro Water Filter, watsr service Royal McBee Company, repair 2 typewriters The Oakland News, Christmas Ad Utah State Fraternal Congress, dues New Jersey State Fraternal Congress, dues New York State Fraternal Congress, dues California State Fraternal Congress, dues Pennsylvania State Fraternal Congress, dues .....i..,...« Fraternal Investment Association, dues Scarborough & Klauss Co., janitor supplies Janitor Supplies L.... Fraternal Luncheon Acmc Printing & Stationery Cb., Office supplies ,^ie Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams Burdette Smith Co., Copy of Illinois ammended laws u.i. Sq^ia^ Security Tax« L.Xm ..WL...:......:...: Athletic Fund ^alajry of .Director I Jadran" Junior TamburitBans, donation Frank Braidic, attending Dux Sweepstakes, Wilmerding ... Printing for Sports Department National Fund Lodge 6, additional for funeral Nikola Tomaile $ 159.02 Donations to needy members 50.00 Orphans Trust Fund 10 Daniel Bellich, death benefit and interest of father Roko Zatezulo 248 Michael Dropulich Dean, matured endowments and inter. 644 Mi jo Kurpes, Jugoslavia, death benefit and interest of grandfather Marko Kurpes 657 Judith Medve, death benefit and interest of son, Ivan 657 William Medve, death benefit and inter, of father, Ivan CFU of America, General Acct., matured endowment of Helen R. Periling Junior Order Salaries of Director and Employees 1,425.00 Death Benefit Claima 1,200.00 Credit to Members 1,263.96 Cash Surrender Valu« 1,899.19 Dividend 1,264.75 Transfer of reserve 1,165.54 Prizes for new members 13,901.05 Cash Loans 700.00 Postage and Express 80.69 Interest on Bonds 194.45 CFU Printing Department,' magazines and office forms 1,Of 9.95 Michael Qrasha, attending meeting in Titusville 84.00 Social Security Taxes 47.76 Salaries of Superintendent and Employee* Meats, groceries and milk Ace Hardware Stores, hardware i Al Ahrens, Christmas trees C. L. Bishop, plumbing Borkenhagen Refrigerator Service, refrigerator repair CFU Printing and Publishing Department, for printing Edward Don & Co., janitor supplies Gniot's Service Station, gas and oil Holmes Motor Co., gas, oil, and grease Johnson's, electrical supplies and sports goods Lagerhausen Lumber & Coal Co., lumber for repairs Middle-States Telephone .Co., telephone $ Park Ridge Laundry and Cleaners, dry cleaning Prairie Lee Pharmacy, medical and toiletry supplies Public Service Company, electricity Northern Illinois Gas Co Spriglera, wearing apparel Willmer's Sinclair Service Station, parts, fuel and labor Committee Expense Laundresses U. S. Post Office, stamps Joe Zarkovii, Haircuts ....... ..^.v..... .. Westfield Motor Sales* gas The Lee Dry Goods Store, wearing apparel Square Deal Shoe Štore, shoes Morava Stationers, supplies' Dr. W. Jakopič, salary Social Security Ta^ea These are emotional and physical strops. &nd strain, fatigue, injury, shock, ex-' posu re to dampness and cold and chitmie infection* John Belak 550 Pete Turkovich ... 546 Joe Petrich 533 Tom Puskaric 532 Jo® Cipcic 525 Ed Kozar 525 John Glusic 523 Charles Vlasic 518 Bernard Barchie 508 Edward Perkovich 508 Mike Molovich 501 Frank Brletic 497 Frank Shetek 492 Analyzing Ninth West Penn Sweeper Kukurin Alleys Turtle Creek, Pa. Boli omi an Club Alleys Wilmerding, Pa. January 25-16. 1958 OFFICIAL FR1ZF. LIST Women's Singles With stepped-up research going on, notably with Ara len, one of man's greatest medical riddles may be near solution, Total $ 8.00 Grand Total $570.00 Frank Braidic, Dir. Sporta-fCducational Dept. Printing Department Salaries of manager and Shop Employees $ 8,809.88 Salaries of Mailing Room Employees 1,022.22 Goss Printing Press Co., inspection of duplex press 100.00 Henry Schwalm, traveling expense 89.00 The Chatfield and Woods Co., one case of hand soap 17.01 The Ailing Cory Co., paper and scotch tape 45.81 Certified Dry Mat Corporation, certified dry mats 12.00 Howard Flint Ink Co., Ink 179.28 Bob's Local Express, hauling paper, magazine, and Why Fight Over It? Joe J. Brletic John Belak 1087 Frank Doric Frank Bokulic 1044 Mike Medock -Joe Tomichek 1035 Steve Szabo Nick Cullen 1008 Frank Egercic, Sr.- Frank Egercic, Jr 1004 Frank Bokulic Joe L. Brletic 997 Joe L. Lugares Tom Puskaric 995 Mike Vukovcan Edw. Puskaric 993 Tom Zajac John Novak 973 Joe L. Brletic Frank Doric 902 James Barchie Mike Vukovcan 955 John Belak Frank Doric 948 Waller Bedich Karl Dogan 945 Charles Vlasic Nick Cullen 944 Pete Turkovich Frank Shetek 942 Michael Roman Chas. Idzojtic 924 Total $227.00 Mixed Couple Doubles N«1*®* Scar« Award Dot Chrnko -Walter Bedich 859 $22.00 Mary Pavlic Joe Lugares, Jr 843 17.00 Annette Zajac Karl Dogan 841 15.00 Dot Chrnko Frank Egercic, Sr 818 10.00 Ann Bernick Dan Dimich 818 10.00 Goldie Roman Michael Roman 785 8.00 Kay Stiftingcr John Novak 785 8.00 Total $90.00 Individual One Game Highs Stara Award Josephine Eskievich 185 $ 4.00 Tom Puskaric 249 4.00 Scor« Award Nimt Score $20.00 Marion Srdoch 491 13.00 William Paulik 487 10.00 John Lalic 487 9.00 Frank Rendulic ... 484 7.50 Joe Tomichrk 484 7.50 Frank E^orcic, Jr. 482 7.00 John Poljak 477 7.00 Ed Ribar 477 7.00 Steve Szabo 475 7.00 Michael Vukovcan 468 e.00 Mike Hegal 462 6.00 Bill Babic 462 6.00 Lou Sraic 462 Addressograph A Multigraph Corp., monthly inspection 19.25 CFU General Order, Postage for December CFU Martin Krasicl^, Petty Cash 54.22 General Paper Corporation of Pittsburgh, bond paper 120.55 The Whitaker Paper Co., paper 17.88 International Paper Sales Co., newsprint 1,190.27 Social Security Taxes 144.42 Paid to members and Beneficiaries 8135,399.87 Paid from Administration Fund 37,130.03 Athletic Department 597.04 National Fund 1,980.46 Orphan's Trust Fund l!980.4S Junior Order 24^206.34 Children's Home 138o!9»: Printing Department •04S.15 Instead- Every Member Get A Member! 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