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gu ei Dat« City, Stat« Seeie Joseph Zegar 0 -VY V? -1 There have v ,.E W I S S I !Sat,cdnicar P0-' mm. a i Recrea- at the University, N "V" V, Page 9 s N. D. Sarich, Sup't All TN v Sam Mosunic, Pub. 186, SN be Stephen Carr, Sec'y. Joe Pribanic, Spts. Dir. \n\n United South Chicago Lodges To Hold Fifth Anniversary Banquet On Nov. 29 Supreme Treasurer Martin Krasich To Speak During Long Planned Festivities (Continued From Page 7) guest of honor Mr. Martin I teresting review of the Unit Krasich, CFU Supreme Treas urer. Those who have had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Krasich know that he is a most interesting speaker with very worthwhile ideas that he can express in both Croatian and English with equal fluency. Representing the United Lodge« will be our tireless CLEVELAND, Ohio For many years past, CFU Lodge 21, the original Žumberak Lodge, has been capably gui ded by the industrious Mr. Nicholas Hranilovic. The secretary's record books have been accurately kept, sick benefits promptly serviced, and meetings of his Lodge faithfully attended. All this carried on despite peri odic attacks of illness. Whenever a committee meeting was held at the Hranilovic home, the help ing hand of his wife made the gathering a pleasant one. The three children of the household are, Nick Jr., John, and Ann La verne. Most of us know Nick, Jr., for his rapid-fire and neat Mrs. Ann Winter printing of tickets for various fraternal projects as well as the programs to be presented. Ann, who is a member of "Žumberak" Lodge 859, was always ready to do her part whenever the circumstances called for action. Several years ago Nest 62 was left without a manager. When approached about tak ing over the job, Ann gladly consented. In collecting dues, her presence was in evidence at Lodge 21 and Lodge 859 monthly meetings. There was never any question as to how well the books were kept. What is more, she sought to keep the membership at a constantly increasing level. Her work was efficient and productive. Whenever the Za jedničar published a list of award winning members, you can be sure that Ann came in for her share of the laurels. ed Lodges history and its relation and influence to the community and the CFU. The entire program will be short and interesting, so that you will have the maximum time for eating, dancing, and enjoying the company and conversation of your friends and fellow Fraternalists. Circle November 29 on your calendar as & date to enjoy Secretary, Mr. Joseph Vucich, yourself at our Banquet and who will present a short, in-'Dance. Ann Hranilovic And Kurt Winter Exchanged Vows In Cleveland Church Bride Always Odds-On Bet To Place High In Any Given CFU Membership Campaign This article is not meant to shower praise on a deserving member, but to bring into no tice an outstanding event. On Saturday, September, 20, 1958, Ann became the bride of Kurt E. Winter at the St. Agnes Church, lo cated at 80th and Euclid Avenue. She met her husband at the Dependable Appliance Parts Co., where she does the bookkeeping work and her husband keeps the shipping room humming. Yours truly feels that the progressive and determined character of the bride will make the venture a success. For a honeymoon, the new lyweds are touring Florida. We hope that in the future she will find time to keep a live the organization of Nest 62. George Relich, Scribe Trafford Members To Stage Fete Honoring Miss Croatian Center TRAFFORD, Pa. On No vember 15, the members of CFU Lodge 541 and Nest 203 will sponsor a Banquet in hon or of nest member Mary Do bos, who was crowned "Miss Croatian Center IV". One of the best known and talented orchestras in this vicinity, the Selo Tamburitz ans, will entertain during the banquet and later in the eve ning will play for your listen ing and dancing pleasure in our Club. Joseoh Jackicich World War II Yet Our principal Anaconda Member Died October 13th ANACONDA, Mont. "Sts. Peter and Paul" CFU Lodge 84 was recently sad dened by the passing of its member bro. Joseph L. (Joc ko) Jackicich at St. Ann Hos pital, Monday, October 13th. Although he had been in ill health for the last year, his de^th was unexpected and speaker will be the Croa tian Editor of the Zajedni čar and Secretary of the CFU West Penn United Lodges, Mr. Philip Vuke lich. We also hope to have a few of the CFU Executive Board Members present at this af fair. To make the occasion even more entertaining the recent ly organized East Pittsburgh Kolo Group, under the direc tion of Charlene Vukela, will present their renditions of our national dances. Tickets can be purchased from the Nest Manager, Mrs Helen Dobos, or Mrs. Kathe rine Klemenovich. When, Where With Duquesne Tarns- November S* Springdale, Pfc. Cheswick Theater November 8 Clarion, Pa State College November 8 Shaler Twp., Pa. High School November 9 Ambridge, Pa High School Nov. 10-11-12 Monongahela, Pa. Catholic HS November 16 Campbell, Ohio St. Johns H.S. Thanksgiving Season Tour November 22 Zeigler, 111 High School November 23 St. Louis, Mo St. Joseph Church November 24 St. Louis, Mo j3t. Joseph Academy November 25 Kansas City, Kan Memorial Hall November 27 Centerville, Iowa High School November 29 Waukegan, HI Slovene Auditorium November 30 East Chicago, Ind. Roosevelt H. S. December 6 Indianapolis, Ind Marian College December 7 Mansfield, Ohio Uni cm Hall The Tamburitzans will be appearing in Florida over the Christmas Holidays. Keep watching the Zajedničar for dates and places. Joseph Jackicich .. came as a shock to a legion of friends throughout the city. A World War Veteran, and well known native An aconda resident and paint er, bro. Jackicich was born November 14, 1913, a son of Mrs. Amelia Jackicich and the late Joseph J. Jac kicich. He attended St. Peter pa o i a a e s o o a n graduated in 1931 from St. Peter Central High School, where he had been an out standing basketball player. Bro. Jackicich had been employed as a painter for ma ny years with the Sullivan Paint Company until his ill ness last October. He entered the Army April 15, 1942, in Missoula and re ceived his honorable dis charge January 6th, 1946, at Camp McCoy, Wise. He served as a technician, fifth grade, with the 264 En gineer combat battalion in the Rhineland and Central European theaters. He earned the American theater and the European Central African Middle East ern theater service ribbons and the Good Conduct medal. In addition to his affi liation with the Croatian Fraternal Union he was a e e o S e e Church, the Painters Union, Anaconda Elks Lodge, An a o n a o u n i o e Knights of Columbus, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving relatives include his mother, four sisters, Mrs. Ruby Sestrich, Miss Anne and Miss Jenny Jackicich, all of Anaconda Marie D. Jacki cich, Beverly Hills, Calif. an aunt, Mrs. Anna Pusich of San Francisco an uncle, Matt Laslovich, of Anaconda and several cousins. May He Rest In Peace. Rudolph Kariovich, Sec'y. Conway Cl'ibrooms To Be Scene Of Fish Fry CONWAY, Pa. The Lodge 540 Croatian Home Clubrooms will be the scene Friday, Nov. 14 of a Fish Fry. Serving is scheduled to start at 5:80 p.m. and con tinue thereafter on an "all you can eat" basis. Frying the fish will be experts versed in the arts. Take out orders will also be given prompt attention. Call the Club, tell the steward what you want, then come around and pick up your or der. Better yet, plan to come to the Club on Friday, Nov. 14, for a delicious meal, some ap propriate refreshments, and then stay with us for the Fri day night fights on television, •dwwd Kftfefvae, Prat. NOVEMBER 5,1958 All the attendants were at tired in bon-bon pink. Anthony Ursich, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as best man and guests were seated by Louis Bogdanovich Jack Bogdanovich. The past six years have gone very swiftly. They have been full years, but rich years. Years in which we have made many new friends and found the work of our Children's Home deep in the heart of every member of our organ ization. 35th Anniversary For Motor City Choral Club (Continued From Page 7) sent the centuries old songs of the Slavs in a refreshing manner. i s e e e s o "Nightingale" and the guest choirs have mastered. Come, and be convinced! Truly A Great Day The Banquet end of the fes been times when everything seemed ra ther futile. In those times we felt that you were with us and lifting us to new mountain peaks of endeavor. We thank you members for the words of encourage ment that many of you have given to us personally and most of all for the won derful support you have given us for the good work in behalf of our children. Dorothy Basich and Anelise Mosich Say "I Pol'* LOS ANGELES Anelise Mosich of San Pedro claimed Dorothy Rasich as his bride at St. Anthony's Croatian Catholic Church on Sunday. June 15, 1958, at 11:30 a.m. Witnessed by 300 guests, the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Felix Diomartich for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rasich, Sr., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Din ko Mosich. i The bride wore a white gown of Italian silk enriched with appliques of Alencon lace outlined in seed pearls at the scoop neckline, dropped waistline, and at intervalr from waist to hemline of Detroit's "Nightingale" Singers In Celebration Nov. 9 Three Hundred Witness Marriage of Los Angeles Couple very bouffant skirt. A lace cap sewn with seedpearls held fingertip veiling and she carried a bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis with her. prayerbook. Preceding her was her sis ter, Ann Perkovich, as matror of honor. Another sister, Ger aldine Rasich, and Margaret Mary Gelfuso were junior bridesmaids. Brid e s a i s were Joanne Mosich, sister of the bridegroom, and Diane Corgiat. Following their Central California and Nevada hon eymoon, the newlyweds set up residence in Westwood in order to continue their education at the University of California. Mrs. Mosich is a graduate of Our Lady of Loretto, where she received a life member and ship in the California Scholar- ship Federation while Mr. Mo- The luncheon reception was sich will continue work on the held at the Croatian PH.D. program. He will also tion Center in Los Angeles, continue to lecture on ac where the bridal couple cut a!counting five-tiered wedding cake, a where he has been teaching wedding gift from Anna Voss, John Voss and Joseph Voss of San Pedro. Entertainment was provided by the Fifths. Christmas Comes Early To CFU's Child City DES PLAINES, 111. On November 9, I will start my seventh year as Superinten dent of the Croatian Frater nal Union Children's Home. since 1951. Mr. Mosich is a graduate of San Pedro High School and Four Compton College, and re ceived his B.S. and M.B.A. Youngsters At Children's Home Look Ahead To Holidays 'fcj/ It won't be long before the children will be telling us what they want Santa Claus to leave under the big Xmas tree for them. This year we plan on doing as much as we have done in other years. We will probably have a bout thirty or thirty-two chil dren at Christmas time and we would like to be fair with each child. Please help us in our planning to give each The Lord is blessing you as' child a good Christmas, but a you remember our children. Remember them in your pray on and in your donation. fair and equal one. For those of you who are planning to send a donation« at 6 p.m. and take place in day, Nov. 9. 1958. the Croatian Home. 1) Memorial Mass at 9:30 The food will be out of this a.m. in St. Jerome's Croatian world and worth far more Church 2) Concert at 2 p.m. Ithan the fee. Rounding out the eve ning hours will be dancing to the Cavaliers Tamburitza Orchestra, in our book one of the best in the business. And now for a recapitula tive day is to start promptly tion of the agendum for Sun- in the new Croatian Nat'l Home, 1721 East McNichols 3) Banquet at 6 p.m. in the I Home and 4) Dancing to the music of the "Cavaliers" throughout the evening. Dobro nam došli! Stephanie Walter, Sec'y. degrees from the University of California. Dorothy may be remember ed as the Croatian Day Queen of 1957, where she and Ane lise met for the first time. She is the daughter of staunch Croatians and Ca tholics and active CFU members, John and Draga Rasich. She and her two sis ters and brother are also members of IiOdge 972 and she promised to enroll at least one new member, namely her husband, Ane lise. On behalf of the officers and members of Lodge 972 we extend best wishes for their lifelong happiness. Thomas J. Bullum, Sec'y. remember the little ones will be asking for toys and some clothing, whereas, the older ones will be asking mostly for clothing and cash. We know, over the years, how many children you made happy in our Home. We also know that you are going to do even better this year. Annual Rally Nov. 9 For Bethlehem Lodge San Francisco Lodge 900 To Sponsor Annual Fail Frolic Saturday, Nov. 29th Committee Forecasts Everything From Cheers Before Fireplace To Some At Bar SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. On Saturday night, Novem ber 29, CFU Lodge 900 will stage its annual Fall Informal Dance at the Sportsman's Lodge. 300 Bryce Street, So. San Francisco. Sportsman's Lodge, located off the right of El Camino at Orange Avenue, between Bur ri Burri and Brentwood, near the California golf range, has been reserved exclusively for all the CFU members and their friends. The Lodge features a be a u i u 1 ballroom, a lounge embracing a warm fireplace, an up to date cocktail bar, and ample free parking on the grounds. Mary Ann was the Manager of Nest 389 for two years and recently entered the Convent of the Religious Teachers Fil ippini in Morristown, New Jersey. She intends to become a teacing nun. Her brother Paul, 16, and The team, comprised of BETHLEHEM, Pa. members of CFU Lodge 576 are hereby notified that the Annual meeting will be held on November 9, at 2:00 p.m., one week earlier than usual. In addition to electing offi cers, there will be important i s u s s i o n s o n e n i n e Home and other matters. It is urgent that all mem bers attend. Perina Timko, Sec'y. EVERY MEMBER GET A MEMBER The fete will be held at the South Slavic Workers Hall, corner of Electric and North Avenues. Tickets will be $2.50 per person, for the banquet and dance, and $1.00 for the dance alone. Music will be provided by a tamburitza or chestra. We invite all our lodge members and friends to show these ladies how proud we are of them by attending this forthcoming event. Lodge 141, with the help Dancing will be from 9:00 p.m. to to the music of Jim Boggio's top dance band. There will be sweet foxtrot«, rhumbas, jazz tunes, waltzes, and, of course, polkas. So fun and fascination for only $1.25 donation is fore cast by the Committee, Sam Milon (JU. 6-8977), Sam Mo sunic (OV. 1-5159), Co-chair men Tony Nola, John Kers nar, Gene, Benson, and Bob Mestrovich. Therefore circle November 29 on your date calendar and prepare yourself for a night of fun and relaxation with all the CFU members and their guests. You'll be happy you came. Mary Ann And Barbara Anne Gecina In Transfer To Ellwood City Lodge 647 One Has Heart Set On Becoming Nun As Other Vows To Make Nursing Her Career sister Rosemary, 14, are men* bers of Nest 389. ELLWOOD CITY, Pa. We are very happy to an nounce that two members have been added to Lodge 647 via transfer from Nest 389. are Mary Ann Gecina .. Mary Ann Gecina ... and Barbara Anne Gecina. Mary Ann is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gecina and was born in Ellwood City, Pa., on July 22,1940. She received her elementa ry education at the Purifica tion B.V.M. Parochial School in Ellwood City and then at tended Mount Gallitzin High School for girls in Baden. She graduated in June of this year. Barbara Anne is tiM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gecina of Monaca and was born on July 1940, in Beaver Falls. She attended elementary and junior high school in Monaca and graduated from Mount Gallitzin High School in June. Having chosen nursing as her future career, Barbara Barbara Anne Gecina Anne entered St. Francis Hos pital School of Nursing in Pittsburgh this past Septem ber. In Nest 389 she leaves hind her brothers Frank and Anthony and in Lodge 647 she joins her parents, who are members in good standing. We extend a very cordial welcome to our two new affi liates and wish them the very best of luck in the future. East Pittsburgh's Lodge 141 Members To Honor Natl Tenpin Meet Champions Lodge's Ladies Fair Entry Came Through During 1958 Tournament Stay In St. Louis EAST PITTSBURGH, Pa. of Lodge 736, has organized On Sunday, November 30, CFU Lodge 141 will hold a Banquet and Dance in honor of the Ladies Tea Pin Bowl ing Champions. a Mixed Ten Pin League which meets on Thursdays, at 7:00 p. m., at the Sokol Bowl ing Alleys in North Braddock. The Nest also has a Junior Ten Pin Bowling League, Lodge 141 members Kassy made up of boys and girls Sardoch, Mary Hydock, Pearl Bobich, Freda Pribanic, Violet Stifura and Pauline Pribanic, took top honors at the CFU National Ten Pin Tournament held last May in St. Louis, Mo. between the ages of 11 and 17. They bowl on Saturday afternoons, at the club alleys in East Pittsburgh, and there are a few openings for addi tional bowlers. Bethlehem Home Will Sponsor Bargain Nite BETHLEHEM, Pa. The Croatian Home Association will sponsor a Dollar Nite So cial on Sunday, November 18, at the Croatian Hall, 1135 E. Fourth Street, between the hours of 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. For a nominal admission charge of $1.00, guests will be entitled to refreshments and dancing to the music of the Swing Kings Orchestra.