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Ed Domitrovich, Secy.
WATERLOO, Iowa vThe tl»me (One To Elect) (One To Elect) v i..*.... *188 O.M* q* Mp ...*160 .•179 119 111. 123 ENGLISH EDITOR, ZAJI3)NICAR (Bro. Brkich Was Unopposed) LEGAL COUNSELLOR ((hie To Elect) .*390 (One To Elect) i v ujmiminn (One To Elect) (One To Elect) Pix! Page 9 \n\n McDonald Lodge Ha«!s Collegian She's Frosh At Yonngstown Univ. licDONALD, Ohio We are happy to introduce to the readers of the Zee, Mise Eliz abeth Ann Leskovac, a for mer member of Nest 215 and now an affiliate of Lodge 598. She was a graduate of Mc Donald High, class of '59, and has now enrolled at Youngs- town University where she will major in secretarial work. She is the granddaugh ter of the late Frank and Katie Godinich and Robert and Jenny Leskovacs. They all were members of Lodge 508 in Greenville, Pa. The officers and members of Lodge 598 are very happy to have Elizabeth in their ranks and wish her success in her studies at the University. Arvidans Salute Bill Barkovich Lodge 666 Proud Of Young Member ARVTDA, Que. Pictured is Mr. William Barkovich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bar kovich. |5ro. ^arkovich graduated in "*Tav, 1959, from the Uni- versity of Western Ontario, with a Master's Degree in Business Administration. He has now taken up his duties as district supervisor for Texaco Co., Canada Lim ited in Northern Ontario.' His fellow members in CFU Lodge 666 congratulate bro. Barkovich and wish him the of lilck for the future. Waterloo Area Croats Nam? Official Family For Long Needed Club American Croatian Club. The officers elected were: President, William Zaputil Vipe President, William P. Sulentic and Secretary-Trea surer, Ruth Ratkovich. The American Croatian .Club Is a non profit, non political, social organiza tion formed to bring to gether the people of Cro atian descent in the Water loo area for the purpose of sponsoring picnics, barbe cues, dances, etc. Club will hold a pri vate club Picnic on Sunday, October 11, on the farm of Mrs. Nick Sulentic. There will be barbecued lamb, ham, liquid refresh ments, and live entertain ment Publicity The following are the official election results of the Cro atian Fraternal Union's 10th Nat'l Quadrennial Convention, held Sept. 21-26, 1959, in Detroit. A total of 308 American and Canadian Delegates were eligible to participate in the voting for the Society's next administrative family. Asterisk denotes elected candidate. SUPREME PRESIDENT lat ELECTION (One To Elect) OnMit* V. I. Mandich, Pittsburgh, Penna 152 Charles J. Verbanic, Lackawanna, N 111 Anton Klobuchar, Chicago, Illinois 45 SUPREME PRESIDENT RUNOi* ELECTION (One To Elect) V. I. Mandich. Pittsburgh, Penna. *172 Charles J. Verbanic, Lackawanna, N. Y. 134 1st SUPREME VICE PRESIDENT (One To Elect) Milan Vranes, New Castle, Penna *175 Joseph N. Bazdarich, Chicago, 111 123 2nd SUPREME VICE PRESIDENT (One To Elect) Joseph B. Rady, Hammond, Indiana *280 (Bro. Rady Was Unopposed) Michael J. Canic, Vancouver Math Kovacevich, Los Angeles, Calif 119 Joseph Morog. Buffalo, New York 39 Srd SUPREME VICE PRESIDENT RUNOFF Michael J. Canic, Vancouver, B. *172 Math Kovacevich, Los Angeles, Calif 134 SUPREME SECRETARY (One To Elect) Joseph Bella, Pittsburgh, Penna *276 (Bro. Bella Was Unopposed) SECRETARY SICK BENEFIT DEPARTMENT (One To Elect) John Ovcarich, Pittsburgh, Penna. *202 Nick Rescic, Cleveland, Ohio 52 DIRECTOR JUNIOR ORDER (One To Elect) Miehsel* Gfttsha, Pittsburgh, Penna, John Herak, Jr., Euclid, Ohio ........I.. PRESIDENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES SECRETARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES (One To Elect) Sylvia Niksic, Gary, Indiana *173 Anthony Bezich, Camden, N. 109 BOARD OF TRUSTEES 1st ELECTION (Five To Elect) Stanley R. Juracich, So. Chicago, 111 Michael Bradica, Hamilton, Ontario Nikola Borich, Luzerne, Penna John D. Butkovich, Pueblo, Colorado Ivan Babich, Aliquippa, Penna Thomas Chulig, Detroit, Michigan Milan Kirin, Van Nuys, California 59 George Grzetich, So. Chicago, 111. 50 BOARD OF TRUSTEES ALTERNATES (Three To Elects Roy Toljan, Seattle, Washington .. v^.....».«.,w.».^. ,«....*143 Vilma Hodak, Detroit, Michigan «.]««.«.,..,.^.,,..^........!..,... 136 Edward Sabolic, Conway, Penna. ....4«.,«."....,. 127 Elizabeth Corwin, dairton, Penna. 96 Janko Bistrica, Youngstown, Ohio 94 BOARD OF TRUSTEES ALT. RUNOFF (One To Efeet) Vilma Hođak, Detroit, Michigan ......\ Edward Sabolic, Conway, Penna. 131 HIGH TRIAL BOARD PKDilDENT (One To Elect) John Badovinac, Cleveland, Ohio *177 George Markich, Aberdeen, Washington 123, HIGH TRI AL BOARD SECRETARY (One To Heel) Tenth Convention Voting Results Srd SUPREME VICE PRESIDENT (One To Elect) Milan Skrtic, Campbell, Ohio *157 Joseph Ciganovich, Kenosha, Wisconsin Michael Milinovich, Waynesburg, Penna. 136 Stanley Crnich, Chicago, Illinois BOARD OF TRUSTEES RUNOFT (Three To Elect) George A. Glavas, Sacramento, Calif *175 John R. Mikan, East Rochester, Penna, Bernard M. Luketich, Cokeburg, Penna, *154 John Sarich, West Allis, Wisconsin *175 George A. Glavas, Sacramento, Calif ....... 151 Rudy Kalebich, Chicago, Illinois *165 John R. Mikan, East Rochester, Penna* ...i..«....,.....*...*..... 144 John Chopp, Lyons, Illinois *141 Nikola Hinich, Milwaukee, Wise ,, 142 Fabijan Markovich, So. Chicago, 111. .... 140 John J. Verbos, Steelton, Penna 114 Frank Briski, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 131 Nikola Hinich, Milwaukee, Wise *148 (One To Deck) meeting was held on Septem- Michael Bradica, Hamilton, Ontario 131 Stephen F. Brkich, West Bridgewater, Pa. ber 25, at the home of Lillian! John J. Verbos, Steelton, Penna.*..: 129' and Jerry Dusek, to elect of- Nikola Borich, Luzerne, Penna 120 ficers of the newly formed Helen Kteps, Cleveland, Ohio *144 Edward B. Servov, McKeesport, Penna. 142 Joseph Rukavina, Etna, Penna. 188 Stjepan Lipak, Hazel Park, Miclg. 102 Vid Glavač, Detroit, Michigan 53, CHILDREN'S HOME Dm PLAIN**, 1LJU HIGH TRIAL BOARD SFX^T RUNOFF (One To Elect) Ctadidftto Joseph Rukavina, Etna, Penna. *164 Stjepan Lipak, Hazel Park, Mich HI MEMBERS HIGH TRIAL BOARD (Five To Elect) Michael Juricek, Chicago, Illinois *102 Matthew Zvonar, Denver, Colorado *154 Joseph Zalac, Versailles, Penna. 139 Matthew R. Belanich, Branford, Conn. 131 Victor Subat, Sudbury, Ontario 126 Lawrence Delost, Pittsburgh, Penna 101 Thomas Rubinic, Jr., Chicago, 111 88 Rudolph Toplak, Port Arthur, Ont 86 Dallas Brikovich, Richmond, Calif. 82 Anton Spraifcz, South St. Paul, Minn 77 Dragica Blaskovic, Pittsburgh, Penna. 66 John Jadresic, Portland, Oregon 61 John Reskovac, Pittsburgh, Penna. 59 Frank Ivelich, So. Chicago, 111. 41 Michael Baich, Johnstown, Peiffla 28 MEMBERS HIGH TRIAL RUNOFT (Three To Elect) Joseph Zalac, Versailles, Penna *164 Matthew R. Belanich, Branford, Cona *162 Victor Subat, Sudbury, Ontario *155 Lawrence Delost, Pittsburgh, Penna 131 Rudolph Toplak, Port Arthur, Ont 128 Thomas Rubinic. Jr., Chicago Marko -Vinski, Etna, Penna. 46 John Pavlovich, Gary, Indiana .#1®1 Joseph Rivich, East Chicago, Ind 113 SUPREME TREASURER (One To Elect) Martin Krasich, Pittsburgh, Penna Thomas Begg, Rankin, Penna HIGH TRIAL BOARD ALTERNATES (Three To Elect) Dragutin Stefie, CHoversville, N. Y *118 Vincent Radilovic, Struthers, Ohio *148 Karlo Kolich, Massillon, Ohio *143 Joseph Stanovich, Hamilton, Ont 140 Charles Marold, Flint, Michigan 92 Steve Dosen, South Chicago, 111 63 PRESIDENT CHILDREN'S HOME BOARD (One To Elect) John Pavlovich, Gary, Indiana 139 Joseph Rivich, East Chicago, Ind. 76 Tomo Sipusic, Gary, Indiana 71 PRES. CHILDREN'S HOME BOARD RUNOFF (One To Elect) SECRETARY CHILDREN'S HOME BOARD (One To Elect) Frank Krasich, Chicago, Illinois .,.*1,58 Laddie Slamar, Chicago, Illinois .. 123 MEMBERS CHILDREN'S HOME BOARD (Three To Elect) 104 Joseph Saban, Crystal Lake, Illinois *162 ME&BEKS CHILDREN'S HOME BOARD RUNOFF (One To Elect) Josephine Ozbolt, Joliet, Illinois *160 John Peloza, West Allis, Wisconsin 145 CHILDREN'S HOME BOARD ALTERNATES (Three To Elect) SUPERINTENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME 8o! (One To Elect) 74 Nick D. Sarich, Des Plaines, Illinois ...•§92 T21 (Bro. Sarich Was Unopposed) CROATIAN EDITOR, ZAJEDNICA# (One To Elect) Philip Vukelich, Pittsburgh, Penna. *W6 Božidar Vuckovic, Pittsburgh, Penna. 140 Louis Z. Marohnic, Pittsburgh, Penna. .•158 Louis Katusin, Pittsburgh, Penna 3 Thomas Trputac, Canonsburg, Penna. ........y,..M. 3 MEDICAL DIRECTOR (One To Elect) Dr. Francis J. Arch, Pittsburgh, Penna. ,...•192 (Dr.' Arch Was Unopposed) V DIRECTOR SPORTS AND EDUCATION (One To Elect) Frank Braidic, McKeee Rocks, Penna. *176 Joseph Brigich, Canonsburg, Penna 123 OCTOBER 7, 1959 Luka Biondic, Chicago, Illinois *152 Michael Bradica, Hamilton, Ontario 108 John Peloza, West Allis, Wisconsin 128 Thomas Bullum, Los Angeles, Calif 87 Josephine Ozbolt, Joliet, Illinois 128 i Goldie Malone, Cleveland, Ohio 74 126 88 Ivan Budak, North Chicago, Illinois 61 Asterisk denotes elected candidate. CONVENTION CHAIRMAN Vote For 10th Convention Leaders The following are the results of the Sept. 21-22, 1959, elections for the leadership of the Croatian Fraternal Union's 10th Nat'l Quadrennial Convention, held Sept. 21-26 in De troit, Michigan. MUM Horn« Vote* Mato Goretta, Detroit, Michigan 138 Joseph B. Rady, Hammond, Indian* 100 John D. Butkovich, Pueblo, Colorado 64 CONVENTION CHAIRMAN RUNOFF Joseph B. Rady, Hammond, Indiana *167 Mato Goretta, Detroit, Michigan 137 CONVENTION 1st VICE CHAIRMAN George A. Glavas. Sacramento, Calif 143 Thomas Begg, Rankin, Penna 79 Joseph Stanovich, Hamilton, Ontario 74 CONVENTION 1st VICE CHAIRMAN RUNOFF (One To Elect) George A. Glavas, Sacramento, Calif. *162 Thomas Begg, Rankin, Penna 143 CONVENTION 2nd VICE CHAIRMAN (One To Elect) Charles J. Verbanic, Lackawanna, N. Y 145 John Jadresich, Portland, Oregon 74 John Scurich, Watsonville, Calif. 73 CONVENTION 2nd VICE CHAIRMAN RUNOFF (One To Elect) Charles J. Verbanic, Lackawanna, N. Y *167 John Jadresich, Portland, Oregon 137 CONVENTION SECRETARY (One To Eleet) Stanley R. Juracich, So. Chicago, IB. *193 Mark Vinski, Etna, Penna 1®® ASSISTANT CONVENTION SECRETARIES (Two To Elect) Bernard M. Lutfctich, Cokeburg, Penna *153 Michael J. Canic, Vancouver, B. 136 ASS'T CONVENTION SECRETARIES RUNOFF (One To Elect) Michael J. Canic, Vancouver, B. *157 Michael Bradica, Hamilton, Ontario 146 Tenth Convention Delegates Sweep Younger Men Into Board Positions Detroit Scene Sept. 21-26 of Shortest Quadrennial Meeting In History of CFU (Continued trom Page 7) Delegates In Control Convention, which Is to be Contrary to a thousand and held at Cleveland in 1963. one rumors spread weeks and Society Comes Of Age months in advance of the see-1 We will not go into the ma- »ions, there were no untoward incidents during the 10th Con vention. The prediction of opening day Convention fireworks ne ver got off the ground. The Delegates took even lees stock in the pre-Detroit arguments that it would take two days to elect the Conven tion leadership. In fact, the Delegates began voting for their choices for the 6 Conven tion leadership posts Mon day afternoon, Sept. 21st, and completed all runoff e e i o n s e o o w i n morning. The predictions of long, drawn out balloting for the CFU's next Administration also went by the boards. The first elections began Friday afternoon, Sept. 25, and the runoff elections were over by Saturday afternoon, Sept. 26. Such was the independent mood of the 308 Delegates, many of whom kept crossing and recrossing "bloc lines" throughout the Convention to give us every reason to be lieve that "Woes" at future Conventions will play to empty houses. Perhaps that happy day will dawn during tla« 11th ny decisions handed down by the Delegates to the 10th Convention. Important now is to re member that it took just 6 days to complete the 14 sessions (there were 2 night sessions) of the Con vention and thus save the members of the Croatian Fraternal Union tens of thousands of dollars. The 10th Convention was a' Michigan! Pitt Jr. Tammies Gird For Funfest Youngsters Look For Packed House N. S. PITTSBURGH. Pa.— The Pittsburgh Junior Tam buritzans will sponsor an eve ning of games, with cash pri zes to be awarded, on Sun day, October 18, at 8:00 p.m., sharp. The scene of the evening's events will be St. Nicholas Lyceum, which is located at 1326 E. Ohio St., on the north side. An orchestra composed of the fathers of the Jun ior Tammies will play dur ing intermission when ap propriate refreshments will also be available. The pr ocoeds from this event will be used for ths benefit of the Pittsburgh Jun ior Tamburitzans who have made great strides under ths tutelage of Mr. John Gregu rich, since their organization three years ago. Admission will be a nom inal $1.00 and one of the luc ky attendants will he award ed a door prize. Joe Spehar, Scribe Anton Klanjac Died August 27th Summit Members In Final Tribute SUMMIT, 111. Bro. An ton Klanjac, a member of "Unity" CFU Lodge 278 passed away on August 27, 1959, after a long illness. Born in Brest. Yugoslavia, in 1879, he was an affiliate of the Croatian Fraternal Union for 50 years. Funeral arrangements were conductod by the Sobiesk Fu neral Home where many of his lodge sisters and brothera and friends came to pay their last respects. That bro. Klanjac was held in high esteem was proven by the many floral wreaths and Mass offerings at his bier. Mass was said at St. Hugh*! Church in Lyons and int«* ment was at Resurrection Cemetery. Survivors include s e v e children and fifteen grand children. Members of "Unity" Lodge offer their deepest sympathy Each department head at to the bereaved family and the Home Office will report i pray that the Soul of bro. on the decisions pertaining to Klanjac may Forever Rest in his end of the administrative Peace. line and the Convention min utes, soon to be published on these pages, will fill in the re mainder of the Detroit story. John Buban, Secy. tremendous victory for oar fellow members throughout the United States and Cana i da in that the 308 Delegates who represented them kept their noses to the grindstone in Detroit and let the chips fall where they may. In other words, the Croa tian Fraternal Union came of age Sept. 21-26, in Detroit, ONE DOLLAR is the fee charged for the pub lication of one-column pictures of individual 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, ete. The fee MUST accompany each picture. Make all Checks or Mone.v Orders payable. to the CROATIAN FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA and forward together with photo o: "ZAJEDNIČAR" English Section 8441 FORBES AVE. Pittsburgh (18), Pa. NOTB: The English Section of the Zajedničar nies amy responsibility for the safekeeping or return of WMO licited pictures, photographs, etc.