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Pittsburgh Zajednicar Fraternalist (Newspaper) - January 13, 1954, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPage 10. Zajeda Nizar january 13, 1954. Ton ism s promised land Croatia Mecca of Many editorial staff English Section Zajeda Nizar excursions to Delight tourist s heart there Are Fine excursions in Yugoslavia to the neigh Boring Seaside places and mountainous parts behind split. Nearby is the Village of Solin. Here the relics of the mausoleum the Basilica the amphitheatre the thermae the Aqueduct and of other buildings of Salone the third greatest town of the West roman Empire and the capital of roman Dalmatia will in Terest everyone who cares fori opposite to Korjula and archaeology. Separated from it by a Chan along the picturesque Bayne is he Pele Mac Peninsula from split to Troger extends with the picturesque Little the sunny Riviera Sedam a town of Orebic. Stela seven medieval Forti was knew about vis fied castles. Tranquil Troger lies picturesquely on a Little Rie South hear lies Island connected by two la Roc a Island of vis with Bridges with the continent i Ier Eva yes Orchards and and th2 Island of Riovo. I renowned vineyards. I i. I the ancient greeks called through the town Gate we t. Issa and the first Geog a enter a genuine medieval ,. I p l i e s m e n t i o n i t. T h e l a g e s t Little town with narrow., to., Settlement is the town of vis streets and with Stone houses ,. ,., .,04u above which Rise on Rocky and palaces. The 13th Cen _. A Cliffs a client English and Tury Cathedral of Troger �,.r. 1 austrian fortresses its Beautiful Portal and Bap i ,. ,. I near the Island two sea dismal font is one of the most. Ujj ,.j c i it. E a i t i Battles took place in 1811 be wonderful sights of tween French ships and the victorious Squadron and in 1866 Between the austrian which lies among the Mou a and italian Navy the latter of gains is of special interest on w c 08. E Alka festive occasion the Little town of sin the 14th, 15th, and 17th of August when a great nation Al festival takes place the so called the culmination of the festivities is reached on the 17th of aug ust with the Alka a Knightly tournament. A popular place for excursions near split is the Large Fertile Island of Brae with its Many quiet resorts and agree Able beaches such As Spetar Bol and Milna. At the Mouth of the cetina River at the foot of Mosor lies the Little sea resort of omit with its famous Vine Yards and a Little further at the foot of Bioko to there is Makarska which provides Best sea bathing in Middle Latia. Has Good hotels and an pensive Sandy Beach with shallow water and in the summer season there is plenty of entertainment. Nearby in to Kepi is a modern hotel with a Fine Beach. In the fishing Village of Podgora. At the foot of Bioko to stands a Monument reminiscent of those september Days of the year 1942, when the first units of the new yugoslav Navy rebuilt fishing boats left port to fight against the Superior Power of the enemy. Hear picturesque spot a few hours journey from split is hear the yugoslav Madeira one of the most Beautiful of the Dalmatian islands. It has several Good hotels. In the town of hear the Green of the Groves of Palms aloes figs Lemons and Oran Ges blends with the Gray tones White Walls and Blue a to form a picture of unique Beauty. Famous 12th Century Archi vets built wonderful Cathe dral Tuhcic while there Are also Many ancient churches and palaces. The building of the Arsenal 17th Century houses the oldest yugoslav theatre. A Fine excursion on the Island leads to the attractive Little bathing place Jelsa and a popular sight is the famous Blue Grotto in the Island of Bike to. Korjula centuries old further South there rises out of the sea the medieval Little Stone built town of Korjula famed for its Beauty and Grace. The Calm town i with its Steep streets often changing into a flight of Steps h a s a b e a u t i f u l c a t h e d a l c o n t a i n i n g m a n y a t t e a s u e so in the old port below for a fictions of the town the p i c t u e s q u e k n i g h t l y f o l k dance the Moreska is per formed every year. On the 29th of july. It represents a Battle against the moors and derives from the 15th Ceil Tury. Our next instalment of this series on Croatia will Deal with the fantastically Beautiful town of Dubrovnik often referred to As the most exquisite Pearl of the Adriatic sea. Those who have seen its Beauty will never forget it and we urge you to read about it in our next Issue. To be continued signal Success crowns annual Harbor venture Indiana Harbor ind. The croatian Home. Inc., sponsored its annual two Day Celebration on october 17 and 18, 1953, and we Are pleased to announce that the event was a great Success. Pleasant memories of the affair Are destined to linger in the minds of our members and friends for Many months and we d like to take this Opportunity to thank each and every one who took any part whatsoever in making it so successful. This includes those who worked and also those who supported our venture with their attendance. Thank you one and All for your splendid cooperation. P. W. Polich dec. Sec y. Toronto Lodge ballots will Fly january 17th Toronto ont. The yearly meeting of Cru Lodge 975 will take place on sunday january 17, 1954. At 8 00 pm at the . Hall 577 Jarvis Street. At this meeting we will hear the Board of trustees financial report and also re View the Progress made by our Lodge during the year just past. The All important election of officers for the current year is also on the Agenda for this session. All members Are cordially invited and urged to attend this vital meeting. Peter Greblya Sec y. Inflation Story inflation has had a. Peculiar effect on the counterfeiting business. U. E. Baughman chief of the u. S. Secret service reports that the average counterfeit Bill now is the $20 variety where it used to be the $10 kind and be fore that $5. A $20 Bill he explains just is not Worth what it used to be. A person does not scrutinize a $20 Bill As he used to scrutinize it according to Baughman. Therefore it is easier for the counterfeiter to u. M. W. Journal tube City Church will sponsor famed Tammie Mckeesport a. The internationally a m o u s Duquesne University Tamburin Zans will present a concert at the Mckeesport technical High school auditorium Cor Nell Street on january 14, 1954, at 8 00 pm. The performance is being sponsored by the sacred heart croatian Church of Mckeesport a. Immediately following the concert the Tammie will play for dancing at the sacred heart auditorium located on Shaw Avenue until a late hour. A Good time is in store for All. Committee americans will never stand regimentation no such thing As economic stability by . Arthur a. Smith vice president first National Bank of Dallas Texas Dallas Texas there is no such thing As absolute economic stability. No one with Good sense believes that we can have even such stability As will assure full employment and a constant Price level at All times without a degree of regimentation of our economic lives that would be revolting to All of us. The vast majority of americans would rather not have ledge but rather a Lack of stability at such a dear Price the will to overcome certain on the other hand it is obstacles to the practical use equally revolting for a nation of that knowledge. Biggest Lodge 403 meeting Day changed to january 17 Cleveland Ohio due to the fact that the Gigantic Cle Veland radio hour concert came to pass on the regular meeting Date of Cru Lodge 403, our next monthly session will take place on sunday january 17, 1954, at 2 00 pm at the polish Falcons Hall 7146 Broadway. Thereafter we will revert to the practice of holding our meetings on the usual second sunday of the month. Brothers and Sisters it is urgent that you attend this meeting and help us plan our forthcoming pre lenten dance scheduled for Satur Day february 27, at the slovenian National Hall. Further we must select our committees for the 1954 edition of Cleveland s croatian fraternal Day and our annual Lodge picnic and de cide our course for the new year. We extend our Best wishes for a Happy and prosperous new year to All. Andy Tumbri rep. To allow itself to have one in every four of its working population Idle As was True in 1932 because no jobs Are single obstacle is politics. Contra cyclical action is just As necessary to Check a wild upward swing in the available to have Banks business Cycle As it is to and other financial l Leck a precipitous fall but tons fail by the thousands rare p0utical adminis and wipe out life time a Ings Rayon that Woji resist the of Thrifty families Over 5,000 Banks failed in 1930, 1931, and 1932. to have billions of Dol Lars in property values wiped out and tens of thousands of mortgage foreclosures executed on Farmers and Urban dwellers alike to say Noth ing of the collapse of thou Sands of business enterprises throughout the country. A greater depression we will never again see a nother depression As serious As the one in the thirties. This is not to say that there will not be fluctuations in business but we have Learned enough to avoid a recurrence of violent and extreme cyclical fluctuations. Our big problem in the United states has not been a Lack of Contr cyclical know temptation to ride up with the so called Prosperity wave Al ways with reelection Para mount and the country s Wel fare secondary. Prosperity without War for example it was absurd to think that the United states had to finance world War ii by borrowing 60% of its costs. Another obstacle is eco nomic ignorance. Too Many people have the erroneous idea that peace and Prosperity Are not compatible. The real truth is that they Are not Only compatible but peace is essential to Prosper Ity. If America cannot have Prosperity without War then what our enemies Are saying about us is True. For Good measure he ordered two dozen roses to be sent to his beloved on her Twenty fourth birthday. A Rose for every precious year of your life the card read. Then because the Young fellow was one of his Best customers the Florist threw in an extra dozen. A smile goes a Long Way but you re the one who must Start it / i Joseph Radovan Mary Yager grim reaper thins Progress ranks Joseph Radovan Mary Yager pass on Chicago 111. Although Christmas time is the most Beautiful season of the entire year a time for merriment hand shaking with dear ones and friends the recent holi Day was marred for the Mem Bers of Progress c. F. U. Lodge 749 As we paid our last respects to the memories of two very popular Progress members. Came the morning of no vember 2, Joseph Radovan pop As he was so often referred to by those who knew him Well left our midst in a very peaceful manner. Conscious until a few seconds before the end his expiration from a full life of happiness and kindness to Mankind was a pleasant one. F o l l o w i n g t h i t y e i g h t years of continuous service with the Peoples Gas company he was placed on a disability pension six and a half years ago thereupon retiring to a. Life of ease. He and his wife Irene now widowed for the third time had Many pleasant moments to cherish having celebrated their 25th w e d d i n g a n n i v e s a y l a s t june. Joseph was sixty five yers of age last March. Besides his wife he leaves three Foster children whom he loved and treated As his own . Nich Olas Pavletic Irene Tobin and Joseph Paravich eight grand children and two great grand children. Bro. Radovan will always be remembered for his Good sportsmanship i n Bowling matches sponsored by the croatian fraternal Union. Military services were accorded him by the Peoples Gas Post and the yugoslav american legion As a Veter an of the first world War. Progress members served As pallbearers. Unlike this peaceful conclusion of human life sister Mary Yager Only forty seven years of age met her maker in the prime of life. She awoke on the morning of november 13th, last to prepare breakfast for her husband John Well known to members of the Cru As a conscientious promoter and manager of Junior nest 610, and bid him goodbye for the Day. She then enjoyed a cup of Coffee with her daughter Rita before also seeing her off to her place of employment. When John returned from work that evening he found our beloved sister Yager lying very still in bed. Accord ing to the Coroner s findings she had suffered a coronary thrombosis shortly after his departure in the morning. Mary also leaves two sons Richard of Springfield mis Souri and Norman who is a student at Quincy College Quincy 111. An adorable grandchild Carol i also left to mourn her two Brothers Louis and Joseph Pavletic also survive our be loved former member. Mary and John celebrated their 25th anniversary on August 9, 1949, with gala festivities. They will be re m e m b e e d b y t h e m a n y friends they made while John was a Delegate to the 8th Cru convention in Calif. Serving As pallbearers for our late sister Yager were members of her sewing clubs. To the heart broken Andu pc reared family we offer our s i n c e e s t c o n d o l e n c e s a n d Hope that you will look Back upon the Happy life you have enjoyed with your departed and find Solace in the Hope and prayers that god will in his own Way ease your pain. The divine nature is perfection and to be nearest to the divine nature is to be nearest to perfection. Xenophon an Ideal birthday wedding gift mama Segedi a Cook Book /38 tested croatian recipes in English Price postpaid Only Canadian orders .$4.25 order now from Stefa Judith Segedi 789 East 157th Street Cleveland 10, Ohio special discount on orders of h books More prompt service work is something that when we have it we wish we did to when we Don t have i we wish we did and the object of most of us is to be Able to afford not to do any some Day. Phoenix flame. Tam Buritza instruments made by Valentich Brothers 122 Prospect Street Turtle Creek a. Write for our prices today dividend notice for the first six months 1 / of 1954, dividends at i a the rate of / will l e paid on All savings and investment accounts this will be the 37th consecutive dividend at better than average returns. Jugoslav savings and loan association 2610 s. Lawndale Avenue Chicago Illinois phone Lawndale 1-6262 assets Over f�6,0 0,000.00 Donald. Lotf cd executive officer savings insured up to $10,000

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