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NLST 55 QUEENS, mr -g^-v v Cleveland, 1 Turn to page 8 for Editorial,1 "They Earned Edward Sabolic It." 9 aicdnicar n ja w am0 v ortxmeD themseIves Qn a TO n 7 hronl/nro Frank Br&idic v 5^ ,\*K 5 'Ji torial line. li i pic \n\n Weirton 595 Outing Expected To Attract Tri-SMe Membership WEIKTON, VV. Va. The| Police Lodge on Collier Road i will be the scene of the CFU Lodge 595 Annual Picnic on Sunday, June 29. The grounds are level and clean and there are parking facilities for over 200 autos. There is no need to worry in the case of rain, for there is enough shelter for approxi mately 1000 people. Entertainment by the Po žega Brothers Tamburi tza Orchestra of Youngstown, Ohio, will delight young and old. Featured on the menu for the day will be the traditional barbecued lamb and cooling drinks. Members and friends of Lodge 595 and members of the tri-state area Lodges, 158. 564, 548, 166, 523, 2, 83, and 745, are all cordially invited JANKI JAKOVAC (305), leli, ami Nancy 24 th Annual Nat'l Tenpinarama. The young Jovanovio (.899), who were crowned Junior ladies, representing St. Louis Nest 324, ac Division Girls' Doubles Champions during the staging May 14-18 in St. Louis of the CFU's Y -i* »V A NOVIC, St. Louis Nest 324, accepts trophy from Jr. Order Director Michael Grasha symbolizing her triumph as the Girls' Singles Queen during the Junior end of the CFU's 24th Annual Nat'l Tenpin Tourney, held May 14-18, 1958, in St. Louis. Her total, 399 pins. She also posted the girls' solo hi?h of 158. EVERY MEMBER GET A MEMBER Real Treat Weekly At Youngstown Croat Home YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio The new management of the Croatian Home, 1012 West Federal St., wishes to an nounce that we will be serv ing barbecued lamb and chic kens every Sunday, beginning at noon and continuing through suppertime. Barbecuing is done by the newly formed Olenych Banko outfit, with fireman "Pep" Srnec at the throttle. So plan to enjoy your next to join us on this day of mer- Sunday meal with us at the rymaking. I Croatian Home. Walter Kacer, Sec'y.J Chuck Koker, Mgr. SOCIETY... E A E Z A E N IČ A Every Member Get A Member Ohio, whose 1,742 score brought them the Junior Division Girls' Crown during the May 14-18, 1958, running in St. Louis cf the CFU's Siih .'imuil Nat'l Ten pin Tourney. Third from left is Mrs. Anna Kescic, Manager cepted their trophies from Jr. Order Director Michael (irasha. Conway 540 Pin Loop Meeting Will Be Held Friday Night, June 27th CONWAY, Pa. Members [of CFU Lodge 540 who arc interested in bowling in the forthcoming season are asked to attend the meeting which will be held in the Lodge Club Rooms on June 27 at 7:30 p.m. At that time plans will be discussed and drawn up for the future and registra tion for the season will follow. Young or old, every Lodge 540 member should join this League. CANTON, Ohio The An nual Picnic of CFU Lodge 514 will take place on Sunday, June 29, at Clemen's Grove, Georgetown Rd., N.E. The festivities will get un der way at noon, at which time there will be, ready for serving, barbecued lamb, cool ing drinks, and the usual pic-j nic refreshments. To make this outing com plete the Star Tamburitza Orchestra of Massillon will provide music for dancing from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. We invite all our C.F.U. members, friends, and those of other Slav nationalities to attend. Chicago Junior Loop Back For Summer Run CHICAGO C.F.U. Jr Nest 242, much as it did last year at this time, will have a Junior Bowling League this summer. Action began May 2 and with this reporting we have bowled 12 games each. The names of the teams in the order of their current standing are Pin Spotters in first place, the Lucky Strikes in the runner-up spot, the Four Strikes next, and hold ing down the cellar position the Bowling Aces. The bowling to which the youngsters eagerly look for ward will continue through out the summer. Danice Jerbic, Scribe For it is at that time thatjorder the organization, We s e n I Pennsylvania United Lodges]have of the Croatian Fraternal Um-jouaint Canton Members Will Enjoy Life June 29th tournament champions hail- ing from this area. The occasion and means will be a Testimonial Din ner in their honor at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, June 28th, at the Croatian Center. On the honored list will be the Nest 4 Junior Basketball champs from Johnstown, Pa., who copped the title in Youngstown, Ohio, last March. Also the Juniors, girls and boys, Duckpin Champions who by coincidence both come from McKeesport Nest 37, and came by their title this past Aprjl in Etna. Strange Coincidence The senior champs to be honored will be the men's Duckpin champs from Lodge 194 of Monessen and the Lodge 4 women's Duckpin champions who came out top most during the 1958 tourna ment in Etna. Then by strange coince dence, or better still unex pectedly, w e had the Johns town Lodge 5 men win the team scratch title in St. Louis this past May. The Lodge 141 ladies of East Pittsburgh came thru with the team handicap title in their division. Since the participants' In the Tenpin Tournament come from a dozen states and even Canada, there is little likeli hood that Western Pennsyl vania teams will repeat this again soon to have two sets of Tanpin champions. Picnic After Dinner While enumerated champ ions are to be duly honored at this Dinner, we also want and have mailed invitational let- of Nest 55. The champs, exact pictorial order not made known, are Anna Marie Bilicic, Patricia Runjevac, Andrea Silicic, Patricia Kovacic, and Captain Judy Bilicic. The Cleveland Nest is one of the largest and most active in the Society. Page 12 JUNE 25, 1958 Basketball And Bowling Champs Will Be Wined, Dined June 28th At Center By Society's United West Penn Lodges Recent Johnstown and East Pittsburgh Triumphs At Nat'l Tourney In St. Louis Paved Way For Tribute To Local Kingpins PITTSBURGH 'For the past quarter century and even three decades we have had the C.F.U. members in this end of the State participating in one sports event or the other. Still others partook of more than one of the So ciety-sponsored events. At no time, either because we lacked a common and private grounds as the Croatian Center affords and because fate favored Western Pennsylvanians at the C.F.U. tourna ments in Youngstown, O., andf St. Louis, Mo., will there be ters to all other team captains an opportunity to bring to- and coaches, etc. gether at one time and at one sizeable representation place so many of the area s from Western Pennsylva champions and sportsmen as Center in nearby Millvale. sportsmen is expected will be possible Saturday, that day at the Croatian Cen June 28th, at the Croatian' ^er here privacy and being ngst your own will be the of the day the opportunity to competitive plan as will all I older members whom age has i. ... i. put in the "fraternalist and on, has seen fit to honor the To some of the younger set this may be the first visit to the Croatian Cen ter to others the first op portunity to meet also the men directing the Center. After the Dinner, the af fair will resolve itself into a picnic for which there are am ple grounds with refresh ments available to those who like that form of association and dancing to the music of John Grgurich's Greyko Re cording Tamburica Orchestra for those desiring to trip the light fantastic. Tix Still Available The tickets to the Testimo nial Dinner sell at a very rea sonable rate. Those still possessing out standing tickets are urged to make their returns as soon as possible in order that the com jnittee on preparations can all the better judge themselves for the Dinner. The picnic which follows the Testimonial Dinner is open to C.F.U. members too, not necessarily tour nament participants and sportsmen. Contact for tickets and the return of same should be made to Philip Vukelich, sec retary of the hosting organ ization, at 3441 Forbes St., Pittsburgh, Pa. (13). For those coming to the Croatian Center for the first time, the site is located off Babcock Boulevard in Mill vale, Pa. DON BKIDICK (532), left, and Sam Georgcff (405), center, the Granite City, III. Nest 29 duo who eame away as the Junior Division Boys' Doubles Kingpins following the running RADOMIR JAKOVAC, center, whoso 'M9 solo brought still another Junior Tourney honor to Nest 324 during the May 14-18 unfolding in St. Louis of the CFU's 24th Annual Nat'l No Grass Growing Under "Hrvatska Sloboda" Feet CHICAGO The "Hrvat ska Sloboda" CFU Lodge 32 Athletic Club held its Annual Meeting Saturday, April 12, 1958. The main order of business was the election of officers, with the following results: President, Philip Urasky Vice President, Edward Vu cinic Treasurer, Charles Vu cinic Secretary, Carrie Uras ky Social Committee, Joseph S. Jerbich, Joe Kuhtic, and Emil Smetko Board of Trus tees, Rady Cvijanovic, Mil dred Kovacic, and Frank Ku no vie Secretary and Treasu rer of Bowling League for 1958-59 Season, Mary Lou Chicago's Ledge 32 Athletic Club Out To Rise and Shine Windsor Members Plan Joint Fete For July 5 WINDSOR, Ont. The Croatian National Home, 2520 Seminole St., will be the scene of a Picnic on Saturday, July 5, sponsored by CFU Lodge 952 and Nest 602. Beginning at 2:00 pjoa., there will be plenty of hot barbecued lamb and tasty solid and liquid refreshments NEST 324, St. Louis, who came through with 2,213 sticks to lay claim to the Junior Division Boys' Championship follow ing the staging May 14-18 last in St. Louis of the- Society's 24th Annual Nat'l Tenpin Classic, Third from right, CFU Kunovic and Publicity Edi tor, Joseph S, Jerbich. The new officers wish to take this opportunity to thank the nominating com mittee and all the msmbers for their fine support in giving them the chance to carry on thq^ good work that our outgoing officers have given to our Athletic Club and Lodge 32 »o often in the past. As always, they served with the best interest of all the membership and the CFU upmost in their mind. In acknowledgement o their fine work during the past year we would like tJ for the enjoyment of all. In addition, musical en tertainment will be by our local well known musicians, under the direction of bro. Mike Tomicic. We invite all our people of Windsor and vicinity and the members of neighboring Lodge 638 to attend. May 14-18 in St. Louis of the Society's 24th Annual Nat'l Tenpin Tourney. That's Jr. Order Director Michacl Grasha at end of Tenpin Tournament. At left, CFU High Trial Board Prexy John Badovinac, Cleveland, Ohio, and at right, Robert Potocnjak, St. Lou if, Chairman of the Nat'l Tourney Committee. publicly thank the outgoing officers: President, George Pazuli nec Vice President, Edward Vucinic Recording Secretary, Rose Smetko Corresponding Secy., Blanche u a n e k Treasurer, Mary Biskupic Masquerade Chairman, Jo seph Pa vlak, Jr. Social Chairman, Mildred Kovacic Board of Trustees, Joseph S. Jerbich, Bill Josephus, Duke Kovacic, and Emil Lackovic Secy, of Bowling League, Tom Rubinic, Jr. and Treasurer of Bowling League, Chaflea Vucinic. East Pitt Singers To Make Merry June 29th EAST PITTSBURGH, Pa. The "Sloboda" Singing So ciety and the East Pittsburgh Kolo Group will stage a Pic nic at the Trafford Gun Gub on Sunday, June 29th. There will be music for dan cing by a popular orchestra and hot barbecued lamb and other refreshments will be served. Sup. President V. I. Mandich. The team, not identified in order of appearance, Radomir Jaltovac, John Manestar, Tom Benac, Milan Ivankovich, and skipper Don Dreher. These youngsters look like CFU senior tourney greats of the futiye.