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The |R i s Party Ed sprajcar Kristovic, i more information'about the 2" 4 ^nannei *. CLAIRTON, PA. CFTJ u, 1958 W Derember sPadeB Lil Divls 1 T. Ficovich 223-578 M. Popovich 1 213-5611 M. Mihocevich 222-550 i D. Popovich' 534 Baisley 211«52s H. Popovich 462 E. Milovina ..107-436 Z. Ficovich 415 HAMILTON, Out. On i Program* »ver 1 Siromaci 28 Debeli 27 Ve3eia Zorros must W7TAE- Velikani 25 srca 23 jn^uai Highs Joe n Stimac 649, aut-« Minkowski 266-593 :ble3 2 Sirl3 a11 under of age. 31 -6l!Doubles. Rudy stimac 187 it« i ~4.- Sam Nagiich 179 Ed sprajcar 178 T™°™h 23 131^ 101'2 Dsuccs 12 12 w*6« 18 years u 542 Joe MiikmvsS91...^0™^. 1901 & Kassy Sardoch, Sec'y. 3 Lopops 5 19 Kozy Korner Kafe 29 h°stiReds Df Victorv Harriet Bocurtch, Sec'y. FARRELL, PA v Pirates ...35 Braves 30 -:ssssrsgl "ie Bedich 457 448 B. Siwiecki ....186-426 Id. Chrnko ...........163-411 D- Za3ac 156-387 I T? 1? (vaft A! 32S 321 Mrs. Rose Husnick, Sec'y. *.u Mary Furac, Sec'y. WO* JJf Team Higha rllt.V u •fifca DUCKPIN8 "210 Club" Men "345 Club" Meii 222 v ST. LOUIS, MO. 611 579 578 575 Zora Kauzlarich, Sec'y. Mgr. 5» .........30 9 15 18 20 21 25 26 595 Full AAđreis 'Our Favorite Recipes" 1 NOW Nam« from the e/o St. Joseph's P. T. A. 4404 1 -i. .rti.*1** I Ind. \n\n January 6f 1959, Is Entry Deadline For 10th This is the best-pre-toumey event in the Midwest and one which last year attracted a record entry of 46 teams, 28 men's and 18 from the wom en. It behooves you therefore to get your teams aligned for this day, the deadline, January 6, 1959, which will creep up fast enough. We know that you will find the Sweeper to your liking. Those who have participated in any of the previous nine will vouch for this and stand poised to tell you of the swell time that is in store for those attending. Those lodge teams that have not as yet bowled in this Hoosier event should act Joanne Nosich paced St. Anthony to winning two games from Nanredak with This also Annual Hoosier Sweepstakes Host East Chicago Lodge 154 Members Lining Up Social Schedule For Feb. 1st EAST CHICAGO, Ind. Now that the indoor sport of bowling is in full swing once again, we of "Holy Trinity" Lodge 154 of this city are re minding the bowling frater nity that the 10th Hoosiers' Sweepstakes is set to take place Sunday, February 1st, 1959, in East Chicago, Ind. pronto to indulge in this as-1 sociation for the first time and definitely often there after. This wonderful event based along fraternal as well as sports lines will be held at the i East Chicago Recreation, 527 West Chicago Avenue in East i Chicago, Indiana, making it, the fourth straight time that John Ubik Finds Pins To His Liking As Circuit Leaders Take Pair From Istrians ,1 CFU Bowling League is well into its second successful season. Dalmatian Unity No. 7 in creased its lead by taking two games from Istrian Bros. Free Croatia buried St. Jo seph's deeper into the cellar by taking two games. A very hot lather and son rivalry went on be tween papa John Buick, of Free Croatia, and son Bob Buick of St. Joseph's. But papa John's 540 series proved too much for son Bob's 510 series. South Chicago United Lodges and, believe it or not, anoth er Nosichs Kathryn. Joe Yuklck, Pub. for the winners while Marty Boich and Ed Wolff rolled jedini 472 series for the losers. We are happy to welcome have ioined us this vear- Ed and Loretta Zovko, Loretta sevich, Milo Krilich, Monica Kristovic, Steve Bakovich, ^Zabotkf Ray Gollnick, and Bob Hrs tich. goes for Joan this emporium will seat thisj event. The Sweepstakes as its predecessors will carry both the ABC and WIBC sanction. Keep the date in mind and! do watch the Zajedničar for Sweeper and Dance which fol- lows that same evening. Sweeper entry blanks have been mailed to the area lodges that were ill* tered last year. They can also be had from tournament secretary George J. Stiscak, 5623 Homerlee Avenue, East Chicago, Ina., or by phoning EXport 7-7817. Da'mafian Unity Sevens Increase Lead In South h, Catherine Juracich M. L. East Pitt Kolo Group Winning Followers Via John Ubik led the winners y pi nntl hi* 508 series John'*!T**™, O® UanCinfl average of 178 is tops in the league. EAST PITTSBURGH, Pa. After a very successful concert and dance the talen ted and ambitious East Pitts burgh Kolo group was invited to appear on the Polka Party. Both father and son are bowling their first season with our league. The Sr. Bu ick's 173 average is second i highest in the league while his 234 game is high for the ssason so far, as is his 602 £rouP series. carried by local TV th Ladies League Diamonds 25 Joe Rivich, President Lodge 154 Chicago United Lodges League Team Highs Canadian Tournament To Be Held April 18 in Hamilton, Ontario Saturday, April 18, 1959, the Croatian Fraternal Union's asked to make a return ap- ton Street East. pearance. The customary They also performed at Banquet and Dance will be the Jacktown Hotel in Ir- !held at the Croatian National win for a dinner, which was Home, Beach Road, the night held by the Levelgreen Wo- of the tournament. men's Club. I This year's events will be Charlene Vukela, the kolo |the dirpptr^Q tis«? i will be a junior division for been giving the public a fine! five-man mixed teams which selection of nationality songs a 195-438. Tony Celich, Dal- Barbara Chadonie, Sec'y. matian Unity No. 8, took two games from Dalmatian Unity Tony's 438 series was high the many new bowlers who i Rudy during the weekly Polka |and GRANITE CITY, ILL. riebit Lod?r* '12'i League December 12,1958 W and Dolores Rybicki, Marty o n a a s o v i 2 3 7- 5 7 1 be comprised of 3 boys Frank Derner 553 a n k a i n o- vich, Fred Ban, Alice Toma- I Edward Zabotka 178 ONE DOLLAR is the fee charged for the pub I lication of one-column pictures of individual IV I members in the Zajedničar. FIVE DOLLARS is required for two-column pictures showing several persons. SEVEN DOLLARS is the fee for three column pictures showing tamburitza ensembles, groups, etc., not exceeding six persons. TEN DOLLARS is required for the publication of such large pictures as singing societies, wedding groups showing bridesmaids, mass meetings, etc. The fee MUST accompany each picture. Make all Checks or Money Orders payable to the CROATIAN FRATERNAL MJON OF AMERICA and forward together with photo io: "ZAJEDNIČAR" English Section 3441 FORBES AVE Pittsburgh (13), Pa. NOTE: The English Section of the Zajedničar expressly de nies any responsibility for the safekeeping or return if «*»o licited pictures, photographs, etc. Andrew J. Knez, sec'y. Bowling League Standings Hearts 18 Clubs 6 Individual Highs Evelyn Liptak 408 Ruth E. Zofchak 331 Dorothy Sekulich 327 Anna Mae Kukich 320 Joan Baf'.,ich 320 Team Highs Hear, 1433 Sra'des .518-1427 Ruth E. Zolohak, Sec'y. MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. Mountain View League December 7, 1958 W Hi Lows 17*2 6U 15—30's 17 Tail Ends 15 13th Annual 5 Pin Tourna-j c^nts "..Z..".'.".Z ment will be held in Hamilton S: uf the cost of bowling and the admission to the banquet and dance is paid by the CFU Home Office in Pittsburgh, there is no rea son why all the juniors should not enter. are five events: Five-Man Mixed Teams, Singles, Dou- On the Five-Man Team there must be no less than 0ne and no more than tw0 $2.00 per bowler. We will again offer a $25 prize for the team travel ing the longest distance to enter the tourney, whether it be Canadian or Amef* lean. All bowlers from the States whether duck or ten-pinners, will receive special consider ation in the handicap depart ment. If anyone needs informa tion or entry forms they should contact the Secretary, [Robert W. Nizich, 512 Prince Edward Drive, Toronto 18, Ont. He will be glad to be of service. Robert W. Nizich, Sec'y. Tuesday, Jan. 6, Deadline For Mid-West Meet Page 12 DECEMBER 31,1958 Croatian Fraternal Union Tenpin- Duckpin -Five Pin EAST PITTSBURGH, PA. Nest 143 League I. December IS, 1058 W 11 Orioles 13 Falcons .......18 15 18 Eagles 17 & 15^ 30 Hawks 6 27 Individual Highs Jerry Pribanic 166-424 Michael Cvetnic 375 Joe Sestar 356 John Mlinarich 138 Jo Anne Pribanic 142-353 i Jo Anne Brian 122-347 Team Highs Hawks 595-1556 Orioles 1535 Eagles 1535 CANTON, OHIO Lodge 514 League December 1S, 1958 Pts. Nest 196 37 Ish for Sheriff 1"..35 I Straight Shots 12 12 stahlhebers 32 o'clock Bar 30 I Champs 4 20 National Heating 28 Individual High« Lodge 514 28 Canton Pure Milk 2* Individual Highs L. Marich 219-619 B. Dunfee 582 J. Comsia 566 V. Miculan «... 551 J. Pujazon 220 L. Munger 188-485 M. Campbell 190-477 Tail Ends 673-1885 Drozda 455 Sue A. Popovich, Sec'y, H. Berchin 432 Team Highs Ish for Sheriff 883-2543 3 O'Clock Bar 2434 Nest 196 887 The group gave such a fine will be the beautiful and mod-,w- performance that it was ern Skyway Lanes, 1861 Bar- °~,an same as in the Croatian Athletic Club y December 7, 1958 fhi. Cardinals 16 this pin action F. Egercic, Jr 194-480 E. Egercic K. Stiftinger Team Highs Cubs 614-1708 Pirates 1705 Cardinals 587 SUDBURY, ONTARIO Sudbury Mixed League December 14, 1958 Pts. Tomac Aces 12 Dee Cee Tees J.1 Eager Beavers 8 Spectators Individual Highs Mike Halovanic 279 679 John Matievich Sam Bielich 585 Marv Hreljac Mary Furac ... "087 Mary Zvonkovich ... «33 Team tlighs 991-2800 Tomac Aces 943-2700 and All-Events for both men and women and Mixed ON TARGET men bowlers on the roster. -phe entry fee per event is CLOTHES LIN( Duck shoot •rs might consider a safely factor when picking out thtir wardrobes. Should you fall overboard into deep water, coats, vests and pants mad* with foathor or down will keep you afloat at least for short time. Individual Higha Tom Guich Frank Tomich Bob Roth .*. John Holody Matt Simac 243-275 A1 Matanovich 238 Helen Grancich ........215-535 Lube Prskalo 505 Mar^r Barba 493 Emily Mudrovich ...........1..... J13-483 Lucy Papac 482 Pecel A Sons ............2852 1* A. Electric 2840 Mary L. Missick, Sec'y. CLEVELAND, OHIO Inter-Nesta League December 6, 1958 Pts. Carpenters .'.36 Emperors 32 Golubs 30 Odd Balls 30 Rockets 29 Gutter Sweeper* 27 St. Nicks 23 Aristocrats 22 Individual Highs John Fuduric .190-538 John Skorich 190-495 Rudy Hren 478 Robert Kleps 428 Judy Bilicic i... ...157-439 Priscilla 154-371 Jeanine 360 Patricia Kovacevle 357 Individual Averages John Fuduric 169 John Skorich 157 Robert Kleps 141 BUI Hatten 137 Judy Bilicic 143 Anna M. Bilicic 116 Joann Kotecki 113 Linda Smiciklas 107 ffrarir. Society's Outstanding League Bowlers Month of November, 1958 TENPINS "255 Club" Men John Tonkovich, Detroit, Mich .277 Ed Sprajcar, Granite City, 111 258 John Gudlin, West Allis, Wise 249 "620 Club" Men John Gudlin, West Allis, Wise 699 John Tonkovich, Detroit, Mich 686 Milo Chelovitz, Akron, Ohio 623 "210 Club" Women Ronnie Lađika, Cleveland, Ohio John Yatson, Aliquippa, Pa .....227 John Gojmerac, Johnstown, Pa 217 Charles Gojmerac, Johnstown, Pa. 214 "545 Club" Men Charles Gojmerac, Johnstown, Pa 597 Vic Farkas, Sr., Johnstown, Pa 546 John Yatson, Aliquippa, Pa 545 "205 Club" Women Tillie Plaza, Johnstown, Pa 212 Mary Roper, Versailles, Pa 212 Agnes Podolka, Johnstown, Pa .207 "480 Club" Women Agnes Podolka, Johnstown, Pa 559 Tillie Plaza, Johnstown, Pa 492 Trudy Bacon, Versailles, Pa 482 FIVE PINS Joe J. Misetich, Toronto, Ont. 353 Beraie Brnjac, Toronto, Ont 350 Tony Capin, Hamilton, Ont 346 "800 Club" Men Joe J. Misetich, Toronto, Ont 889 Matt Rukavina, Hamilton, Ont 820 Joe Majnerich, Toronto, Ont 809 "275 Club" Women Mary Furac, Sudbury, Ont 300 Helen Rain, Sudbury, Ont .290 Katy Vancina, Schumacher, Ont 275 "675 Club" Women Mary Furac, Sudbury, Ont 692 Rose Misetich, Toronto, Ont 687 Katy Matasich, Schumacher, Ont 678 Note: Scores for the December listing must reach us by January 10th. Have your league's unusual scores appropriately publicised in the Zajedničar and the high est reported for this listing. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Inter-Lodge League November 28, 1958 W System Lumber 25 Team No. 2 22 Blue Room ...20 Team No. 4 19 Math Realty 18 L. A. Electric .....18 Team No. 3 .....18 Guaranty Furn 17 Colonial Furn 16 Team No. 11 1« Pecel & Sons 15 Jones Hamrock 14^ 18 Vi Ralph Jewelers „..13 20 Croatian Amer. Hall ....11 22 Team No. 10 11 22 Team No. 7 10% 22^ Anne Zunac, Indiana Harbor, Ind 212 Rose Dusek, Chicago, 111. 210 "550 Club" Women Jean Devich, Detroit, Mich. 555 Ann Perovich, Cleveland, Ohio 554 H«den Relic, Cleveland, Ohio 552 Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. Greater St. Louis Women's League December 19, 195S W Vlatkovich Market ........32% 18% Scraps ." 27 27 Lodge 50 25 29 The Barn 22% 31% Individual Highs Marcella Ban 223-522 Frances Grbcich 197-476 Kate Grbcich 468 Sis Ahal 434 Mary Novakovich 427 Jeanette Manestar 424 Team Highs Vlatkovich Market 739-2021 Scraps 2050 Jeanette Manestar, Sec'y. LYONS, ILLINOIS Lodge 228 League December 14, 195« W Wishing Well 27 Smith Insurance 23 Baldi Restaurant 21 Kuchan Shell Sfervlce 21 Lyons Chapel 17 Skyline Motel 16 Individual Highs Charles Blazina Charles Milos 210-566 Tony Demark 225-550 Emil Vidas 549 Russ Kauzlarich 545 Bob Ruzic 545 Jo Kuchan 200-561 Mary Marohnic 176-469 Zora Kauzlarich 453 Eva Jadro 442 Team Highs Smitli Insurance 877-2511 Wishing Well 831-2414 Lyons Chapel 2414 CHARITABLE FUNDAMENTAL U UNDERSTANDING EVERY MEMBER GET A MEMBER Youngstown Will Play Host In Spring To Silver Milestone of Tenpin Tourney^ Members of Lodge 109 Assure Visitors Bousing Time During Four-Day Classic PITTSBURGH, Pa. This is to officially announce the sites and dates of the 25th Annual Tenpin Tournament of the Croatian Fraternal Union at Youngstown, Ohio, May 14-15-16-17, 1959. Tourney competition will take place over three empor iums, the women at the Cham pion Recreation Center, a 24 lane establishment, located at 31 No. Champion Street, Youngstown. The men because of doub ling the women entries will roll their five-man team event at the Arena Bowling Lanes, with 30 alleys, located at 3980 Simon Rd, Youngstown, and men's doubles and singles art to be reeled off at the Lincoln Its staging there comes af ter we tried to have Lodge 304 of Ambridge, Pa., host same in their community in as much as they often parti cipate in C.F.U. sports events. Having declined we turn ed to Conway Lodge 540 which regularly has backed C.F.U. sports undertakings. Their lodge home being but three miles distant on Route TORONTO, ONTARIO Lodge 650 League December 2, 1958 Pts Champs 55 Hawks .....52 Edsels 49 Corvettes 43 Bengals 38 Satelites .38 Eagles 37 Hotshots 24 Individual Highs Joe J. Misetich 367-810 Ed Lauc 751 Pete Pavlovich 329-705 Joe Majnarich 667 Stan Misetich 666 Diane Milakovich 300-666 Mary Ann Milakovich 285-641 Millie Vukoyevich 627 Mary Klobučar 567 Rose Misetich 558 Team Highs Edsels 1210-3442 Champs 1142-3161 Robert W. Nizich, Sec'y. ALIQUIPPA, PA. Alcros Lodge 720 League December 13, W Treys :.V...... Aces 23 16 Deuces 15 24 Quads 10 29 Individual Highs John Yatson 601 John Danjanic 191-497 Mike Komar 202-462 Jerome Budimer 454 John BaranchO 453 Ann Thomas „.*..,198-417 Jo Prevish ....v....,... .. 406 Ann Komar 171-406 Team Highs Treys 791-2083 Aces 1022 Deuces 710 Josephine t. Prevish, Sec'y. Knowles Plaza, a 32 alleys house opening December 1, 1958, and located on McCart ney Road, (Route 422) |ft Youngstown. Plans are to run the Jun ior Division of the Tourna ment Saturday, May 16th, at the Champion Recreation Center, but four blocks and walking distance from the Pick Ohio Hotel which has been selected as the tour nament headquarters. This tidbit of information follows as the result of a re cent meeting with the Lodge 109 tournament committee of the 1959 Tournament City— Youngstown, Ohio. Conway Lodge 540 Bowling Fraternity Preparing For West Penn Dux Sweeper Centrally Located Beaver Valley Bowl Scene Jan. 24-25 of Duckpin Conclave PITTSBURGH, Pa. The C.F.U. West Penn Duckpin Sweepstakes which in nine previous gunnings has made mid-season visits to a number of the metropolitan districts will reach its tenth milestone at the Beaver Valley Bowl, 25 New York Avenue in Roches ter, Pa., over the January 24 25 weekend. Frank Braidic, Director Sports-Educational Dept. 88 from the Beaver Valley Bowl, and aware of the help ing hand and social phase re quired in conducting a Dux Sweepstakes, they accepted the toga of hostship and inci dentally this for the first time. We have every reason to believe that this mid-season classic, catering as it does strictly to men and women in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, will reach its usual heights of interest in the C.F.U. duckpin realm. Until the event has taken place the reminder should read Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon, .January 24-25, 1959, C.F.U. 10th West Penn Dux Sweepstakes at the Beaver Valley Bowl in Roch ester, Pa. Frank Braidic FARRELL, PA. Lodge 705 Mixed League December 9, 1958 W Pitt 29 13 Texas A & ....25 17 Notre Dame ....* 19 23 Ohio State 19 23 Penn State 17 25 Yale 17 25 Individual Highs F. Cross 197-526 J. Zajac 206-500 S. Kapsa 469 M. Burich 450 J. No vocal ..............t«. 429 S. Dellosso »....210-451 F. Wasko *30 M. Robich 395 F. Robich ...168-387 D. Chrnko 382 Individual Averages F. Wasko 42 5436 129 S. Dellosso ...39 4984 128 D. Chrnko,'..... 42 5299 126 V. Zajac 39 4740 122 M. Robich 42 4804 114 F. Cross 15 2419 161 J. Zajac 42 6156 147 C. Hideg 42 6027 144 S. Novosel 36 4917 137 J. Novocal 33 4485 136 Dorothy A. Chrnko, Sec'y. By The St. Joseph's P. T. A. Gary, Indians^ An unusual Cook Book containing 897 foreign recipes of yesteryear! By The St. Joseph's P. T. A. Exact measurements for the Cook of today*. Price (incl. postage) $2.25 Order Yours Croatian Fraternal Union of America Scholarship Foundation, Inc. Please list me as a Foundation Supporter ..... iiiiiiii mud i "I""" Inclosed find my check, or money order, for $ Cook Book Committee, Z Washington St., Gary, Lodge No. Make All Checks, Money Orders, Payable ft*' CROATIAN FRATERNAL UNION SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, INC. a n a i o Foundation Treasurer Martin Krasich 8441 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh IS,