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  1   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   Freedom of Thought             1 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
  2   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   From the Editors               1 Editorial                                             —
                                                                                               by Koozma J. Tarasoff, Nick W. Sherstobitoff
  3   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   From Our Secretary             2 Information             by Frances Horkoff            —
  4   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   Russian Correspondence CoursesInformation
                                                                     2                         by                            —
  5   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee, 1952 —
                                                                     3 Report                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff
  6   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   Highlights of the Convention of theProceedings
                                                                     5   Union of Young Doukhobors, Canora, Dec. 28, 29
                                                                                               by                            —
  7   Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954   The Saskatoon Group            5 Report                  by Peggy Perverzeff           —
  8   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      Straight and Crooked Thinking1 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
  9   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      Religion and education         1 Opinion                 by Steve S. Faminow           —
 10   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      From an M.D.                   2 Opinion                 by John I. Pereverseff        —
 11   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      Crime Conditions in Doukhobor Communities
                                                                     3 Information                                           —
                                                                                               by Report by RCMP April 30, 1953
 12   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954                                     3 Report                  by Harry B. Hawthorn, editor —
                                      The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee
 13   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      Time’s Buggle Calls…           5 Opinion                 by Eli A. Popoff              —
 14   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      A Rebuke                       7 Letters to the Editor   by William A. Soukoreff       —
 15   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      It Seems to Me                 8 Letters to the Editor   by Peter S. Faminow           —
 16   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      A Suggested Constitution       9 Information             by                            —
 17   Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954      Questions Asked Conscientious Objectors
                                                                    10 Information             by CCCO                       —
 18   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Let Us Sweep Away the Foggy Mist
                                                                     1 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
 19   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      DI An Open Forum               1 Information             by Nick N. Kalmakoff          —
 20   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Radical or Ultra-Conservative? 1 Letters to the Editor   by Peter N. Malov             —
 21   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Peace — The Cherished Hope     3 Letters                 by V. V. Athalye              —
 22   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Conscientious Objectors        3 Information             by Social Science Encyclopedia—
 23   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Religious Questions Asked "Conchies"
                                                                     4 Information             by CCCO                       —
 24   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      DI's Monograph for April       5 Information             by John A. Symonds            —
 25   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Voice of the Kootenay          5 News From BC            by Michael M. Tomilin         —
 26   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Dirt of Confusion              6 Letters to the Editor   by Pete C. Maloff             —
 27   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Why Debate?                    6 Information             by Editors                    —
 28   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Soil Cultivation and Seed      7 Letters to the Editor   by Walter J. Lebedeff         —
 29   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee, 1952,— 3
                                                                     7 Report                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff          no.
 30   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      Res Ipsa Loquitur              9 Column                  by Peter S. Faminow           —
 31   Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954      A Draft Constitution UYD — 210 Information               by Peter S. Faminow           —
 32   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954        Common Sense and Science 1 Editorial                     by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
 33   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954        Nechevo                        1 Opinion                 by Alec Postnikoff            —
 34   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954        A Draft Constitution UYD — 3 2 Information               by Peter S. Faminow           —
 35   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954        Doukhobors at War by Zubek 4 Solberg Review
                                                                     & Book                    by Peter S. Bludoff           —
 36   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954                                       4 Minutes                 by                            —
                                      Conference of the Royal Commission and Delegates re Dukhobor Affairs held at the University of British Columbia, August 30, 19
37   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954      Wake Up Humanity               6 Opinion                     by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
38   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954      Where Are We?                  7 Opinion                     by Joe N. Fofanoff        —
39   Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954      Youth Festival                 9 Opinion                     by Nick W. Sherstobitoff  —
40   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     The Coming of a Convention 1 Editorial                       by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
41   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     Annual Youth Festival in BC 1 News From BC                   by Michael M. Tomilin     —
42   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     Goodwill Tour by Soviet Concert Artists
                                                                  2 Information                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
43   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     Progressive Education for Doukhobors
                                                                  3 Opinion                     by Nick Verigin           —
44   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     Convention Food For Thought3 Opinion                         by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
45   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     A Draft Constitution UYD — 4 4 Information                   by Peter S. Faminow       —
46   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     Dasha                          4 Humour                      by Peter S. Faminow       —
47   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954                                                                                            —
                                   Conference of the Royal Commission and Delegates re Dukhobor Affairs held at the University of British Columbia, August 30, 19
                                                                  5 Minutes                     by
48   Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954     The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee, 1952,— 4
                                                                  8 Report                      by Koozma J. Tarasoff      no.
49   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Convention at Lundbreck        1 Editorial                   by Nick W. Sherstobitoff  —
50   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Function of the Doukhobor Inquirer
                                                                  2 Opinion                     by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
51   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Call to Convention             2 Opinion                     by Frances Horkoff        —
52   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     From the President             3 Opinion                     by Andrew P. Gleboff      —
53   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Res Ipsa Loquitur              3 Column                      by Peter S. Faminow       —
54   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     From the Secretary             4 Opinion                     by Frances Horkoff        —
55   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Proposed Agenda for Convention of Youth
                                                                  5 Information                 by Andrew P. Gleboff      —
56   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Trip to the Soviet Union (An Interview with W. A. Soukoreff) by Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                  5 Interview                                             —
57   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee, 1952,— 5
                                                                  6 Report                      by Koozma J. Tarasoff      no.
58   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Day of Peter and Paul          8 Opinion                     by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
59   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954                                                                                            —
                                   Conference of the Royal Commission and Delegates re Doukhobor Affairs held at the University of British Columbia, Aug. 30-31,
                                                                  8 Minutes                     by
60   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Excerpts of the Constitution of the Information
                                                                 11 Union of Young Doukhobors   by                        —
61   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Dasha                         11 Humour                      by Peter S. Faminow       —
62   Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954     Blindness Sonnet              11 Poetry Corner               by Alec Postnikoff        —
63   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Convention Beefs and Bouquets Editorial
                                                                  1                             by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
64   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Greetings to the Convention 2 Greetings                      by Various delegates      —
65   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Union of Doukhobors of Canada Hold Convention
                                                                  4 News From Alberta           by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
66   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Dasha                          5 Humour                      by Peter S. Faminow       —
67   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   An interview with Paul M. ChernoffInterview
                                                                  6                             by Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
68   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Freethought                    6 Letters to the Editor       by Simeon F. Reibin       —
69   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   My Hamlet                      8 Poetry Corner               by Peter S. Faminow       —
70   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Random Thoughts on Peter's 10 Opinion
                                                                  Day                           by Peter S. Bludoff       —
71   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954                                                                                          —
                                   Conference of the Royal Commission and Delegates re Doukhobor Affairs held at the University of British Columbia, Aug. 30-31,
                                                                 11 Minutes                     by
72   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Clarification of Editorship   14 Information                 by Nick W. Sherstobitoff  —
73   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   Doukhobor Pamphlet            15 Information                 by                        —
 74   Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954   The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee, 1952,— 6
                                                                  15 Report                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          no.
 75   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Brotherhood Starts on Individual Level
                                                                   1 Editorial              by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
 76   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Canadian Leadership Conference Report
                                                                   2 for Young Adults       by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
 77   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Records Available Now          4 Advertisement          by                            —
 78   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 6 Questionnaire response by Steve S. Faminow
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 79   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 6 Questionnaire response by Nick Laktin, L. S. Kalmakoff—
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture
 80   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 6 Questionnaire response by Joe N. Fofanoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 81   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 7 Questionnaire response by Peter S. Bludoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 82   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 7 Questionnaire response by Walter P. Strukoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 83   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 7 Questionnaire response by Nellie Fomenoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 84   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 8 Questionnaire response by Frances Horkoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 85   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 8 Questionnaire response by Paul Koftinoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 86   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 9 Questionnaire response by Nick A. Popoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 87   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About 9 Questionnaire response by Michael M. Tomilin
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 88   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954What Our Readers Say About10 Questionnaire response by Paul Dergousoff
                                                                    Doukhobor Culture                                     —
 89   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954United Nations letter and reply
                                                                  10 Letters                                              —
                                                                                            by Nick N. Kalmakoff, Stanley J. Petroff
 90                                                                                                                       —
      Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Conference of the Royal Commission and Delegates re Doukhobor Affairs held at the University of British Columbia, Aug. 30-31,
                                                                  11 Minutes                by
 91   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Tovarishi Talented Singers 13 Letters to the Editor     by Deanna Boulanoff           —
 92   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Need Good Publicity for Peace3 Letters to the Editor
                                                                  1                         by W. J. Cazakoff             —
 93   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Simeon F. Reibin Criticized 13 Letters to the Editor    by William F. Chutskoff       —
 94   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Analyzing Doukhoborism        15 Letters                by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
 95   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954The Doukhobors of British Columbia: Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee, 1952,— 7
                                                                  16 Report                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          no.
 96   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954We Cannot Rest                18 Poetry Corner          by Edna Laxer                 —
 97   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954The Four Freedoms             18 Poetry Corner          by Frances Horkoff            —
 98   Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954Dasha                         19 Humour                 by Peter S. Faminow           —
 99   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 More Understanding Needed in World
                                                                   1 Editorial              by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
100   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 President of UYD Moves to Alberta
                                                                   2 Letters to the Editor  by Andrew P. Gleboff          —
101   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Additional Music Not Needed 2 Letters to the Editor      by John N. Wasilenkoff        —
102   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Musical Accompaniment Questioned2 Letters to the Editor  by Sam J. Samaroden           —
103   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 I Cannot be Silent              3 Letters to the Editor  by George Popoff              —
104   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Supports Notion of Returning to Native Land the Editor
                                                                   3 Letters to             by John W. Cazakoff           —
105   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Need Stories for Children       4 Letters to the Editor  by Mrs. R. Kinakin            —
106   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Comment on Editor's Note        4 Letters to the Editor  by William F. Chutskoff       —
107   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Supports Spiritual Leaders      5 Letters to the Editor  by Anton Kalesnikoff          —
108   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Reply to Anton Kalesnikoff      6 Editor's Note          by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
109   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Try Again                       7 Poetry Corner          by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
110   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Gentleman Player Award to Youth Information
                                                                   8                        by                            —
111   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Inquiring Youth Speaks: Just a Vision
                                                                  8 Opinion                   by Florence S. Faminow       —
112                                                                                                                        —
      Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Conference on the Royal Commission and Delegates re Doukhobor Affairs held at the University of British Columbia, Aug. 30-31,
                                                                  9 Minutes                   by
113   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Morals and Ethics: Evolution of Morality and Ethics
                                                                 12 Feature                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
114   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 As a Doukhobor Sees It!       14 Feature                   by Peter S. Faminow          —
115   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Spirit Wrestlers Who are they? The Truth about the Doukhobors by John Philip Stoochnoff —
                                                                 16 Book Reviews              by Peter S. Bludoff
116                                                              — Comment                                                 —
      Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Comment on An Open Letter 18 Appeal to the Society of Friends (Quakers) by the Christian Community and Brotherhood of Refo
                                                                                              by Editor
117   Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954 Dasha                         19 Humour                    by Peter S. Faminow          —
118   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954 Cultures are Important to Total Editorial
                                   All                            1 Society                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
119   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   About the Agenda of USCC 2 Editorial                       by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
120   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Message from the Women's' International to the EditorPeace and Freedom
                                                                  3 Letters League for        by Muriel Pandia             —
121   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   About Culture                  3 Letters to the Editor     by Andrew P. Gleboff         —
122   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Would Distortion Bring Accord? Letters to the Editor
                                                                  4                           by William A. Soukoreff      —
123   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Members Must Take Initiative 6 Letters                     by Nick N. Kalmakoff         —
124   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Executive of Union of Doukhobors Information
                                                                  6    of Canada              by                           —
125   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954 the press: The Book of Life of the Doukhobors
                                   Off                            7 Advertisement             by                           —
126   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Discussion Group Guide. Part 8 of Information
                                                                  1 2                         by                           —
127   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Education                      9 Letter to the Editor      by A. L. Osachoff            —
128   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   International Gathering of Rural Youth
                                                                 10 Information               by Youth Friendship League —
129   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Plea for Peace                10 Poetry Corner             by Michael M. Tomilin        —
130   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Love is the Basis of World Peace Information
                                                                 11                           by Mildred Fahrni            —
131   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Most Valuable Player Award 12 Information                  by                           —
132                                Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 1by
      Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954                             12 Minutes                                                —
133   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   The Proposed Agenda of the 16 Agenda of meeting
                                                                 Union of Spiritual Communities of USCC
                                                                                              by Christ                    —
134   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   The Doukhobor Dawn            20 Information               by                           —
135   Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954
                                   Dasha                         20 Humour                    by Peter S. Faminow          —
136   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Christmas                      1 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
137   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Thank you DI Staff             3 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
138   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Doukhobors Buy a Prayer Home News From Sask.
                                                                  3                           by                           —
139   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Russian School Opens in Langham3 News From Sask.           by                           —
140   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Talented Actress Auditions for4 News From Manitoba
                                                                   Television                 by                           —
141   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   The Ultimate Weapon            4 Opinion                   by Peter S. Bludoff          —
142   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Discussion Group Guide. Part 6 of Information
                                                                  2 2                         by                           —
143   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Man's Folly                    8 Poetry Corner             by Joe Fedosoff              —
144                                Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 2by
      Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954                              9 Minutes                                                —
145   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Congratulations               13 Letters to the Editor     by John J. Chernenkoff       —
146   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954
                                   Doukhobor Movie Needed 13 Letters to the Editor            by Ann Dahl                  —
147   Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954 an Accident of History but15 Prophetic to the Editor
                                   Not                            a Letters Fulfillment       by Paul W. Hadikin           —
148   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   New Year 1955                  1 Editorial                   by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
149   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   German Rearmament — a Step Away From Peace
                                                                     2 Editorial                   by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
150   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Shutting Out 'Sons' Not Solution toEditorial
                                                                     2    Problem                  by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
151   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   An Appeal                      3 Information                 by   Nick N. Kalmakoff            —
152   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Alec P. Wishlow                4 Who's Who                   by   Alec P. Wishlow              —
153   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Steve S. Faminow               4 Who's Who                   by   Steve S. Faminow             —
154   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Pioneers Should Participate in5 Feature
                                                                      Saskatchewan Anniversary by       Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
155   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Doukhobors Should Participate in Jubilee
                                                                     6 Feature                     by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
156   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Important Factors of Physical Fitness — Mental Aspect
                                                                     7 Opinion                     by   Lloyd Percival               —
157   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Built Prayer Home in Three Days News From Sask.
                                                                     7                             by                                —
158   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 3by
                                                                     8 Minutes                                                       —
159   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Hodge Podge                   11 Hodge Podge                 by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
160   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Remember, No Men Are Strange Poetry Corner
                                                                    12                             by   James Kirkup                 —
161   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Our People                    12 Poetry Corner               by   Alec Postnikoff              —
162   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   The Happy Mean                13 Poetry Corner               by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
163   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   New Westminster Doukhobors Contribute to the Fund
                                                                    14 Letters to DI Editor        by   William Shukin               —
164   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Salvation Army and Doukhobors Letters to the Editor
                                                                    14                             by   George Harelkin              —
165   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Locals Should Have Addresses forLetters to the Editor
                                                                    15 Exchanges                   by   Sam Stoochnoff               —
166   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Does Not Like Petty Quibbling 16 Letters to the Editor       by   Petro Tehanov                —
167   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   To Tehanov's letter           18 Editor's Note               by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
168   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   To all Christian Churches, Religious Organizations, Idealistsby
                                                                    19 Information                      Mothers of zealots           —
169   Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955   Highlights of USCC Convention News from BC
                                                                    21                             by   William A. Soukoreff         —
170   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Brotherhood and the World Scene Editorial
                                                                     2                             by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
171   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   The DI and its Implications    3 Opinion                     by   Nick W. Sherstobitoff        —
172   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   The Meaning of Brotherhood 4 Opinion                         by   Roy Brookbank                —
173   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   The DI in Retrospect           5 Opinion                     by   Steve S. Faminow             —
174   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Union of Doukhobors of Canada Letter to Parliament
                                                                     6                             by                                —
                                                                                                        Stanley J. Petroff, Nick N. Kalmakoff
175   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   House of Commons Canada 7 Response to UDC                    by   A. M. Nicholson              —
176   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Pelly Doukhobors Stand Against Remilitarization
                                                                     8 Letters                     by                                —
                                                                                                        John Sookavieff, Alex Kondratoff
177   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Anniversary Message From Central Executive UDC
                                                                     8 Opinion                     by   Stanley J. Petroff           —
178   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Highlights of Union of Youth Convention Held in Grand Forks
                                                                     9 News From BC                by   Special Correspondent        —
179   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Greetings to DI               10 Letters to the Editor       by   Walter P. Strukoff           —
180   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Walter P. Strukoff            11 Who's Who                   by   Walter P. Strukoff           —
181   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Nick N. Kalmakoff             12 Who's Who                   by   Nick N. Kalmakoff            —
182   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Stanley J. Petroff            12 Who's Who                   by   Stanley J. Petroff           —
183   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   L-O-V-E                       13 Poetry Corner               by   Michael M. Tomilin           —
184   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Brotherhood Week Officially Founded by CCCJ
                                                                    13 Information                 by                                —
185   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Hodge Podge                    14 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
186   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Cultural Uplift Urged at School Concert From BC
                                                                     15 News                      by                            —
187   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Choir Leader Visits Creston 15 News From BC                 by                            —
188   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Orthodox Choir to Tour Coast15 News From BC                 by                            —
189   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Attended World Peace Conference16 News From BC              by William A. Soukoreff       —
190   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Fund Raising Venture for Prayer Home From Alberta
                                                                     17 News                      by                            —
191   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Raising Funds for Inquirer     17 News From Sask.           by                            —
192   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Plan to Participate in Saskatchewan Jubilee Sask.
                                                                     17 News From                 by                            —
193   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Saskatoon Doukhobor Society Gets Charter Sask.
                                                                     18 News From                 by                            —
194   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Artist Thanks Readers          19 Letter to the Editor      by Joe W. Popoff              —
195   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Active Ladies Club in Blaine Lake Letters to the Editor
                                                                     19                           by Muriel Zakshewski          —
196   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Does Not Like Dasha            20 Letters to the Editor     by John G. Bondoreff          —
197   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Likes Humor                    21 Letters to the Editor     by Michael M. Tomilin         —
198   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Disappointed About DI Editorial re Letters to the Editor
                                                                     21 Sons                      by Peter Popoff               —
199   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Correction of Tehanov's Letter 23 Letters to the Editor     by Petro Tehanov              —
200   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   To the Mothers of the Doukhobor Reformed the Editor
                                                                     24 Letters to Group          by William Peter Deackoff     —
201   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Yorkton's Great Land Rush 26 News                           by Clifford Shaw              —
202   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Peace on Earth for Mankind Aim of World Youth Festival by
                                                                     27 Information                                             —
203   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Rare Slides of Doukhobor History ShownFrom Sask.
                                                                     28 News in Langham           by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
204   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Desire and Interest Important 29 Success
                                                                     in Sports                    by Lloyd Percival             —
205   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   World Leaders Proclaim Peace Opinion
                                                                     29                           by                            —
206   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Ask the DI                     31 Information               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
207   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Dasha                          32 Humour                    by Peter S. Faminow           —
208   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 4by
                                                                     32 Minutes                                                 —
209   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Extracts from the text of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of —
                                                                     36 Information               by United Nations             Genocide
210   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955   Sons of Freedom Petitions 37 Analysis                       by Editor                     —
211   Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955                                  the Feature
                                      Christianity and Revolution in 39 Church — 1                by Peter Koltsoff             —
212   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      Should Make Use of Organizations2 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
213   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      A Need For Good Education 2 Editorial                       by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
214   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      Doukhobors Should Contribute to the World Youth Conference Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                      3 Editorial                 by                            —
215   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      Proceeds of Show to Inquirer and Iskra to the Editor
                                                                      4 Letters                                                 —
                                                                                                  by George Holoboff, F. W. Osatchoff
216   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      Song and Hymn Book              4 Letters to the Editor     by Ivan Sysoev                —
217   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      The Voice in the Wilderness 5 Letters to the Editor         by Anton Kolesnikoff          —
218   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      RCMP orderly in Sons Raid 7 Letters to the Editor           by F. J. Mead                 —
219   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      The New Look                    8 Letters to the Editor     by Nick Hrimakin              —
220   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      The DI's Role in Understanding Letters to the Editor
                                                                      8                           by Misha Karnitsky            —
221   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955      Hardy Pioneers Had Vision of 9 Letters to the Editor
                                                                      Everlasting Peace           by William M. Chernoff        —
222   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Hodge Podge                    10 Hodge Podge           by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
223   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955                                  the Feature
                                   Christianity and Revolution in 11 Church — 2            by   Peter Koltsoff               —
224   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   What's Wrong With Our World, Sir?
                                                                  15 Poetry Corner         by   Joe Fedosoff                 —
225   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 5by
                                                                  15 Minutes                                                 —
226   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   What is Man?                   19 Feature               by                                —
                                                                                                Dr. D. R. Cherry, Dr. H. E. Johns, Dr. Robert Paton, Rev. Robert M
227   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Slocan Power Problem           24 Feature               by   Paul Markoff                 —
228   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Union of Youth Have Active Program
                                                                  26 News From BC          by   John J. Chernenkoff          —
229   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   $70 Raised in Donations to DI 7 News From Sask.
                                                                  2                        by                                —
                                                                                                Frances Horkoff, Misha Karnitsky
230   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Independent Doukhobors Invited to Join the UDC
                                                                  28 News From Sask.       by   Misha Karnitsky              —
231   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Religious Organization         29 Information           by   Nick W. Sherstobitoff        —
232   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   The Teachings (Doctrine) of the Doukhobors — 1
                                                                  30 Feature               by   Pavel Biryukov               —
233   Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955   Sports College says Stress is 32 Sports of Disease
                                                                  Major Cause              by   Sports College               —
234   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Lets Understand Each Other Via Universal Language
                                                                   2 Editorial             by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
235   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Easter                          2 Editorial             by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
236   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Important Business              4 An Appeal             by   Nick N. Kalmakoff            —
237   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   The Record Album                5 Information           by   Peter S. Bludoff             —
238   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Doukhobors Send Letter to Minister, Protest War
                                                                   6 Letters               by   George Semenoff              —
239   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Delegation Visits Parliament 7 News From Sask.          by   Frances Horkoff              —
240   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Choir Performs to a Large Audience
                                                                   9 News From BC          by                                —
241   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Annual Youth Festival To Be Held News From BC
                                                                   9 in Castlegar          by                                —
242   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Instructor Prepares Choir For TourNews From BC
                                                                   9                       by                                —
243   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Sons Refuse to Meet Quakers    10 News From BC          by   Lucy Nazaroff and others —
244   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   USCC Choir Heard Over CBC      10 News From BC          by                                —
245   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Slavic Handicraft Display      11 News From Sask.       by                                —
246   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   The Teachings (Doctrine) of the Doukhobors — 2
                                                                  11 Feature               by   Pavel Biryukov               —
247   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   A Quiet Spring Day             14 Poetry Corner         by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
248   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 6by
                                                                  15 Minutes                                                 —
249   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   The Background of Doukhobor Origin — 1 Doukhobor History
                                                                  19 Feature:              by   William A. Soukoreff         —
250   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Writer Visits Colonies in South America Notes
                                                                  22 Travel                by   George Okulevich             —
251   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Hodge Podge                    22 Hodge Podge           by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
252   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Truth Hurts the Eyes           24 Letters to the Editor by   George A. Bloodoff           —
253   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Opposes Education, Wants Children Returned Editor
                                                                  24 Letters to the        by   J. Pozdnikoff                —
254   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Claims Inquirer is Unscrupulous Letters to the Editor
                                                                  25                       by   John J. Perepelkin           —
255   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Sportsmanship Should be Stressed on all Levels
                                                                  28 Sports                by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
256   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Will Our Sins Find Us?         30 Opinion               by   Michael M. Tomilin           —
257   Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955   Quaker on Payroll of BC Government
                                                                  32 Information           by   Dorothy S. Starr             —
258   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955     New Habits Needed to Solve Conflicts
                                                                   2 Editorial             by   Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
259   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    A Tribute to a Great Scientist and Humanitarian
                                                                  3 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
260   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    External Affairs Minister Replies toLetters
                                                                  4    Saskatoon Doukhobors by Lester B. Pearson             —
261   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    2000 Maintain Colorful Doukhobor News From BC
                                                                  4   Traditions at Annual Youth Festival M. Tomilin
                                                                                              by Michael                     —
262   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955                                    6 Suggestion
                                  Enjoys Reading Inquirer — Offers Letters to the Editor      by Pete Troobitscoff           —
263   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Grateful to his Heritage        6 Letters to the Editor     by George Harelkin             —
264   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Tells Sons — Be Thankful to Tolstoy; Put Faith in God
                                                                  7 Letters to the Editor     by William Peter Deackoff      —
265   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Whom Should the Younger Doukhobor Generation Believe by Fred J. Fillipoff
                                                                  8 Letters to the Editor                                    —
266   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Public Hearing re Doukhobor 10 News From BC
                                                                 Land                         by                             —
267   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Hodge Podge                    10 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
268   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    A Sound Mind in a Healthy Body Provides Balance in Life by
                                                                 11 Sports                                                   —
269   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Leadership of Doukhobors 13 Feature: Doukhobor History — 2  by William A. Soukoreff        —
270   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    A Philosophy of Life           16 Feature                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
271   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    A Vision                       19 Poetry Corner             by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
272   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Literary Achievement by a Young Fairview Girl
                                                                 20 Information               by                             —
273   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 7by
                                                                 21 Minutes                                                  —
274   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Must Face Facts — Constructive Attitude Required
                                                                 25 Information               by                             —
275   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Suggested Doukhobor Discussion Informationthe Convention
                                                                 27 Topics for                by                             —
276   Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955    Sons Send Letter to Orthodox29 Letters Warning re Landby John J. Perepelkin, et al
                                                                  Doukhobors                   Question                      —
277   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Doukhobor Land Question Requires Realistic Approach
                                                                  2 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
278   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Birthday of a Province          3 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
279   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Traditional Doukhobor Holiday4Has Significance
                                                                      Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
280   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Youth Urged to Attend Convention Information
                                                                  4                           by                             —
281   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Doukhobor Convention Will Deal With Important Issues
                                                                  5 Information               by Nick N. Kalmakoff           —
282   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   The Teachings (Doctrine) of the Doukhobors — 3
                                                                  6 Feature                   by Pavel Biryukov              —
283   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Questionnaire Report            8 Feature                   by Nick W. Sherstobitoff       —
284   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Public Hearing re Land Question News From BC
                                                                 10                           by                             —
285   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Sons Appeal to United Nations1 Telegram to UN
                                                                 1                            by William M. Moojelsky, et al —
286   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   United Nations Replies         13 Letters                   by Leslie Chen                 —
287   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Land Commission Hearing Re-Opens From BC
                                                                 13 News                      by                             —
288   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Improvement Needed in CanadianSports
                                                                 13 Fitness                   by                             —
289   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Pioneer Experiences            16 Feature                   by                             —
290   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Awaken Men                     18 Poetry Corner             by Michael M. Tomilin          —
291   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955                                  18 Feature: Doukhobor a Leader, Denouncement of Militarism
                                  Doukhobors in Transcaucasia Split Over Recognition ofHistory — 3
                                                                                              by William A. Soukoreff        —
292   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors — 8by
                                                                 22 Minutes                                                  —
293   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Social Workers Discuss: Developing Human Community by Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                 26 Report                                                   —
294   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Desires Sunday School Program Letters to the Editor
                                                                 29                           by Muriel Zakshewski           —
295   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955   Hodge Podge                    30 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
296   Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955     Records — Russian Folk Songs Advertisement
                                                                  32                         by                            —
297   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     United Nations — Hope for World Peace
                                                                   2 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
298   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     World Scientists Renounce War Editorial
                                                                   3                         by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
299   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Doukhobor Convention a Success?4 Report                  by                            —
300   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Res Ipsa Loquitur              5 Column                  by Peter S. Faminow           —
301   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955                                    6 News From BC            by Michael P. Deakoff, Tom E.—
                                    Doukhobor Principles Reaffirmed on 60th Anniversary. Telegram Sent to UN                Dergousoff
302   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     St. Peter's Day Celebrations at Salmo From BC
                                                                   7 News                    by John J. Chernenkoff        —
303   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Sons Send Open Letter to EmmettNews From BC
                                                                   8    Gulley               by                            —
304   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Sons Send Second Formal Petition to United Nations
                                                                   8 News From BC            by                            —
305   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Petrov Day in Canora Had Wide Representation
                                                                   9 News From Sask.         by                            —
306   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Rain Mars Celebrations         9 News From Sask.         by                            —
307   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Pioneers Honored at Jubilee Program From Sask.
                                                                   9 News                    by                            —
308   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Prayer Home Officially Opened News From Sask.
                                                                  10                         by Misha Karnitsky            —
309   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     St. Peter's Day               10 News From Sask.         by Mike Postnikoff            —
310   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Pelly Doukhobors Hold SuccessfulNews From Sask.
                                                                  11 Picnic                  by Special Correspondent      —
311   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Speech at Jubilee Celebration by Pete Konkin Sask.
                                                                  11 News From               by Pete Konkin                —
312   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Plans to Visit Saskatchewan Jubilee Celebrations
                                                                  13 Letters to the Editor   by John J. Chernenkoff        —
313   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Strive for World Brotherhood 14 UDC Convention           by Peter S. Faminow           —
314   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Greetings Sent From St. Peter's Day Festival
                                                                  14 UDC Convention          by Tom E. Dergousoff          —
315   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Sons Appeal to Convention re15 UDC Convention
                                                                   Children                                                —
                                                                                             by Mable Barisoff, Nellie Rezansoff
316   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Slav Congress Sends Greetings UDC Convention
                                                                  15                         by John Boychuk, Mary Vukelich—
317   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Greets Convention With Three Proposals
                                                                  15 UDC Convention          by John G. Bondoreff          —
318   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Iskra Greets the Convention 16 UDC Convention            by Peter P. Legebokoff        —
319   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     The Convention in Brief       17 UDC Convention          by                            —
320   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Convention Reports            19 UDC Convention          by                            —
321   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Resolutions                   23 UDC Convention          by                            —
322   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Convention Chatter            26 UDC Convention          by                            —
323   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     The Gentle Breeze             28 Poetry Corner           by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
324   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     Hodge Podge                   29 Hodge Podge             by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
325   Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955     What is the RCYO?             30 Guest Article           by Stan Linkovich             —
326   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   What is Peaceful Coexistence? Editorial
                                                                   2                         by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
327   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Let's Try to Improve Ourselves 2 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
328   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Maybe                          4 Feature                 by Peter S. Bludoff           —
329   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Res Ipsa Loquitur              6 Column                  by Peter S. Faminow           —
330   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Sudden Death of Popular Singer Shocks From BC
                                                                   7 News the Community by                                 —
331   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   1500 Attend 21st USCC Declaration DayFrom BC
                                                                   8 News Anniversary        by                            —
332   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Drowning and Sawmill Accidents Claim Two Lives
                                                                   9 News From BC            by                            —
333   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Soviet Ambassador Entertained News From Sask.
                                                                    9                          by                             —
334   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Car Collision Fatal to Well Known Doukhobor Elder
                                                                   10 News From Sask.          by                             —
335   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Doukhobors Raise Money for 10 by Baking Bread
                                                                   DI News From Sask.          by                             —
336   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Hodge Podge                    11 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
337   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Dedicated to the Late Paul M.12 Poetry Corner
                                                                    Chernoff, Grand Forks, BC by Michael M. Tomilin           —
338   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   What is Physical Education? 13 Sports                      by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
339   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Clarifies Misquoted Statements Letters to the Editor
                                                                   15                          by Steve S. Faminow            —
340   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Scenes of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada 7th Convention Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                   17 Photos                   by                             —
341   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Finds Convention Interesting and Educational Editor
                                                                   18 Letters to the           by Michael Dergousoff          —
342   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   A Worthy Venture               18 Letters to the Editor    by Alex W. Vereschagin         —
343   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   An Act of a Good Samaritan 18 Letters to the Editor                                       —
                                                                                               by Mable Barisoff, Nellie Rezansoff
344   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   Exclusive and Unconditional Exemption? to the Editor
                                                                   19 Letters                  by William P. Sherstobitoff    —
345   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   The Law as it Applied to Conscientious Objectors Before the Doukhobors Came to Canada—
                                                                   20 Feature                  by National War Regulations
346   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   The Law as it Applied After the Arrival of the Doukhobors by National War Regulations —
                                                                   21 Feature
347   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   The Order in Council as it Applies Now
                                                                   22 Feature                  by National War Regulations —
348   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   The Doukhobors of British Columbia by Harry B. Hawthorn by Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                   25 Book Reviews                                            —
349   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955                                  27 on the
                                    Pioneer Stories of the DoukhoborsFeaturePrairies — 1       by Inquirer                    —
350   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   A New Definition of Religion 28 Information                by Katherine McCaughtry        —
351   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   What Makes a Good Meeting29 Information                                                   —
                                                                                               by National Council of Social Work
352   Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955   An Early Doukhobor Village 30 Feature                      by H. A. Kennedy               —
353   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955School Bells Ring Again         2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
354   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955An Ethically Bad Principle      2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
355   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Vegetarianism — A Moderating Influence
                                                                    3 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
356   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Western Citizenship Conference Feature
                                                                    4                          by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
357                                                                the Feature
      Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Christianity and Revolution in 10 Church — 3               by Peter Koltsoff              —
358   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955I Am a Citizen of the World 14 Feature                     by Peace News                  —
359   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955September Breeze               16 Poetry Corner            by Steve S. Faminow            —
360   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Claims Bonner Bypassed Top16 News Sons BC
                                                                    Advice of From             by Nelson Daily News           —
361   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Goverment to act on Recommendations From BC Lord afterby
                                                                   17 News of Judge            Exhaustive Inquiry             —
362   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Lundbreck — Community Activities Reviewed in Annual Report Steve S. Faminow
                                                                   19 News From Alberta        by                             —
363   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Funeral Held for Elder. Poem 20 News From Sask.
                                                                   Read                        by                             —
364   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Yorkton: Doukhobors Take Part in News From Sask.
                                                                   21 Pion-Era Festival        by George W. Bloodoff          —
365   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Music Has a Place in Our Lives Opinion
                                                                   22                          by Frances Horkoff             —
366   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Attends International Vegetarian Confab to the Editor
                                                                   24 Letters                  by Olga Biryukov               —
367   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Hodge Podge                    25 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
368   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Working With Volunteers        28 Feature                  by Julia Abrahamson            —
369   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Did You Know That Sports Skills Are Not Born
                                                                   31 Sports                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
370   Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955Heat                          31 Poetry Corner            by P. N. Tarasoff               —
371   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 In Search of a Doukhobor King   2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
372   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Is Censorship Merited?          3 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
373   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Hodge Podge                     3 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
374   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Shameless Tears                 5 Feature                  by Florence S. Faminow          —
375   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 A Dream Come True               6 Letters to the Editor    by John I. Pereverseff          —
376   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Museum is the Place for Traditional Clothes the Editor
                                                                   7 Letters to               by Ethel Kanigan                —
377   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 A $142,000 Question             8 Letters to the Editor    by William A. Soukoreff         —
378   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Delegation to USSR Discussed at Meeting the Editor
                                                                  10 Letters to               by Vladimir Hanceroff           —
379   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Courage                        11 Sports                   by Wilsey Outlook               —
380   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Hall Improvements Discussed    13 News From BC             by John J. Chernenkoff          —
381   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Singing Recorded as Guests EntertainedFrom BC
                                                                  13 News                     by                              —
382   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Burden on Government to Unfreeze Land
                                                                  13 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News            —
383   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Interdenominational Service Held News From Sask.
                                                                  14                          by Walter P. Strukoff           —
384   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 It's as Easy to Wipe Out Hunger as it was to make the Hydrogen Bomb
                                                                  15 Feature                  by Lord Boyd-Orr                —
385   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 What Do You Think              19 Opinion                  by Mac Pereversoff              —
386   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Anastasia's Daughter           20 Book Reviews             by Nick W. Sherstobitoff        —
387                                                               the Feature
      Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 Christianity and Revolution in 23 Church — 4               by Peter Koltsoff               —
388   Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955 They Came to Learn             27 Feature                  by Peter S. Bludoff             —
389   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955 Room for Dogmatic Beliefs2 Editorial
                                    No                                                        by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
390   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Was Doukhobor Concept, Through Tolstoy, Borrowed Fromby Inquirer
                                                                   3 Feature                   America?                       —
391   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Doukhobor Districts Urged to TakeInformation of Choir Leader Nick N. Kalmakoff
                                                                   5    Advantage             by                              —
392   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Letter Sent to Peace Congress  6 Letter                                                   —
                                                                                              by Stanley J. Petroff, Nick N. Kalmakoff
393   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Doukhobor Culture              7 Opinion                  by Elaine Polovnikoff           —
394   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Hodge Podge                    9 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
395   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955The Farmer                    12 Poetry Corner            by Ethel Kanigan                —
396   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955The Second Mile. Ethics in Engineering
                                                                  12 Feature                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
397   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Fifth World Youth Festival    14 Feature                  by Natalia Aksaniuk             —
398   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Death of Peter Verigin Recalled at News From BC
                                                                  16 Service                  by                              —
399   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Sons of Freedom Mothers Plead With Premier BC Return of by
                                                                  17 News From for            Children                        —
400   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Gulley Asked to Free Children 17 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News            —
401   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Scholarship for M. Chernoff 18 News From Sask.            by Kamsack Times                —
402   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Society Holds Ceremony in Prelude to BuildingSask.
                                                                  18 News From a Home         by                              —
403   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Tree Planting Project         19 News From Sask.          by Walter P. Strukoff           —
404   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Sons of Freedom and J. J. Verigin Feature
                                                                  19                          by Inquirer                     —
405   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Editorial Comment on 'Sons' LetterEditor's Comment
                                                                  23                          by Inquirer                     —
406   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955Vereschagin Guest Speaker at Special Evening Program by Nick N. Kalmakoff
                                                                  25 News From Sask.                                          —
407   Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955 Long Time Ago
                                    A                                27 Short Story              by Frances Horkoff           —
408   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955The Real Meaning of Christmas Editorial
                                                                      2                          by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
409   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Doukhobors Should Re-Apply 2 Release of Children
                                                                      for Editorial              by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
410   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955The Challenge of Mars             4 Poetry Corner            by Jessie Wallace Hughan     —
411   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955                                      Classed as Aliens — Jaycees Question Gazette
                                    Why are Doukhobor Land-HoldersNews From BC
                                                                      5                          by Grand Forks               —
412   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Malloff Offers as 'Forks Alderman News From BC
                                                                      5                          by Nelson Daily News         —
413   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Sculptor's Work Praised at Coast News From BC
                                                                      5                          by Dave Rowntree             —
414   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Union of Youth (USCC) Hold Organizational Convention
                                                                      6 News From BC             by John J. Chernenkoff       —
415   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Inquirer Greets Youth Convention News From BC
                                                                      8                          by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
416   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Sons of Freedom Pleads            8 News From BC             by                           —
417   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Amateur Night a Big Success10 News From Sask.                                             —
                                                                                                 by George A. Bloodoff, W. W. Kabatoff
418   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Local Branch of UDC Holds Meeting11 News From Sask.          by Muriel Zakshewski         —
419   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Prayer Home Described by Resident12 News From Sask.          by Frances Horkoff           —
420   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Pelly Local Active in Fund Raising News From Sask.
                                                                     13 Campaign                 by                           —
421   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Little Festival' to be held During Holidays From Sask.
                                                                     14 News                     by                           —
422   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955News From the Union of Doukhobors of Canada
                                                                     14 Information              by Nick N. Kalmakoff         —
423   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955                                 16 — 1
                                    Memoirs of My Father and Mother Feature                      by Olga Biryukov             —
424   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955 New Years Resolution
                                    A                                19 Opinion                  by Florence S. Faminow       —
425   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Christian is Bound to be a Pacifist Feature
                                                                     22                          by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
426   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955                                 26 Letters to the Look      by Foreclosure Proceedings —
                                    Says Doukhobors Should Appoint Committee to Editorinto LandNick N. Plotnicove
427                                 DI
      Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955 — The Seeker of Truth           27 Letters to the Editor    by Peter S. Vereschagin      —
428   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955 Need for Active Participation in Struggleto the Editor
                                    A                                27 Letters for World Peace by Dorothy Morrison           —
429   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Says Meat Eating is Undesirable and Unchristian
                                                                     28 Letters to the Editor    by Alex P. Relkoff           —
430   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955 We Have to Hate 'Em to Win? Sports Corner
                                    Do                               29                          by Lloyd Percival            —
431   Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955Hodge Podge                      31 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
432   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Isn't It Strange                  2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
433   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Don't Be Afraid to Admit Your Mistakes
                                                                      3 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
434   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 USCC Senior Choir Celebrates Tenth Anniversary
                                                                      4 News From BC             by Grand Forks Gazette       —
435   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Favourable Comment Received byNews From BC
                                                                      5    Artist                by Hanna Antifaev            —
436   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Six More Children to Denver Home  5 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News         —
437   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 The Doukhobor Story to be FilmedNews From Sask.
                                                                      6                          by                           —
438   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Little Festival Big Success       7 News From Sask.          by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
439   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Choir Instructor's Visit Created Great Interest Sask.
                                                                     10 News From                by John Strukoff             —
440   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Vereschagin to Instruct in Various News From Sask.
                                                                     10 Centres                  by                           —
441   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Mahonin Starts Fund for Russian Typewriter Sask.
                                                                     10 News From                by                           —
442   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Freedom of Conscience in USSR Information
                                                                     11                          by Olga Biryukov             —
443   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956 Doukhobor Highlights in 195512 Feature                       by Inquirer                  —
444   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956                                  20 — 2
                                      Memoirs of My Father and Mother Feature                     by   Olga Biryukov          —
445   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956   Hodge Podge                    25 Hodge Podge               by   Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
446   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956   Pamphlet Could Spread Better Understanding Editor
                                                                     28 Letters to the            by   Alec P. Wishlow        —
447   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956   Future for The Inquirer is Unlimited
                                                                     31 Letter to the Editor      by   Pete C. Maloff         —
448   Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956                                  31 Man and
                                      Introducing the series: Man and His Ideas His Ideas — 1 by       Inquirer               —
449   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Traditional Doukhobor Songs 1a News From BC
                                                                     Heard at Rally Attended by 1000
                                                                                                  by   Nelson Daily News      —
450   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Doukhobors Remember Children in Detention BC
                                                                     1b News From                 by                          —
451   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Amateur Night at New Westminster Proceeds in Aid to DI by
                                                                     1b News From BC                                          —
452   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Capacity Crowd Thrilled by Choir News From BC
                                                                     1b                           by   John J. Chernenkoff    —
453   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Brotherhood Week in Canada 2 Editorial                      by   Frazer Earle           —
454   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Curtain Falls on 'The Doukhobor Story'
                                                                      4 Editorial                 by   Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
455   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Must Protect Human Rights CCF Leader Tells Commons by
                                                                      5 New From Ottawa                                       —
456   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Truth is One                    7 Anniversary Articles      by   Olga Biryukov          —
457   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Res Ipsa Loquitur               8 Anniversary Articles      by   Peter S. Faminow       —
458   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   A World to Our Students        12 Anniversary Articles      by   Eli A. Popoff          —
459   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   The DI is Becoming an Institution Anniversary Articles
                                                                     14                           by   Steve S. Faminow       —
460   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   On the Anniversary of The InquirerAnniversary Articles
                                                                     16                           by   William A. Soukoreff   —
461   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Human Dignity                  19 Anniversary Articles      by   Peter S. Bludoff       —
462   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Need to Sow Before we Reap22 Anniversary Articles           by   Stanley J. Petroff     —
463   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   National Film Board Rejects The Doukhobor Story
                                                                     24 News From Sask.           by   Jim F. C. Wright       —
464   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Society Holds Annual Meeting   27 News From Sask.           by                          —
465   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Central Regional Festival to be Held
                                                                     27 News From Sask.           by                          —
466   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Instructor Speaks to Youth on27 News From Sask.
                                                                      Doukhobor Faith             by   Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
467   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956                                  29 — 3
                                      Memoirs of My Father and Mother Feature                     by   Olga Biryukov          —
468   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Hodge Podge                    33 Hodge Podge               by   Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
469   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Sports Section & The Inquirer34 Sports                      by   Koozma J. Tarasoff     —
470   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   My Trip to the Ecumenical Conference in Ohio, USA
                                                                     36 Feature                   by   Peggy Perverzoff       —
471   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Doukhobors and Education in38 Opinion
                                                                      British Columbia            by   William W. Soukoreff   —
472   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Inquirer                       42 Poetry Corner             by   Ignat P. Antifeev      —
473   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   A Man                          43 Poetry Corner             by   Laura Bloodoff         —
474   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Genuine Peace Requires Love and Understanding
                                                                     44 Opinion                   by   Frances Horkoff        —
475   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Peace and Politics             45 Opinion                   by   George A. Bloodoff     —
476   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Impressed by Festival — Urges Further Participation
                                                                     47 Letters to the Editor     by   Sam A. Androsoff       —
477   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Challenges Youth to Hold Arts & Crafts Exhibition
                                                                     47 Letters to the Editor     by   Frances Horkoff        —
478   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Let's Profit by Past Mistakes 48 Letters to the Editor      by   Alex P. Relkoff        —
479   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Enjoys DI, But Questions Value of Letters Page Editor
                                                                     49 Sports to the             by   A. A. Wishlow          —
480   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Whom to Believe                50 Letters to the Editor     by   John G. Bondoreff      —
481   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Doukhobor Highlights Provides Valuable Resume
                                                                       52 Letters to the Editor    by Nick N. Plotnicove      —
482   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Grateful For Freedom of Conscience
                                                                       54 Letters to the Editor    by Fred J. Fillipoff       —
483   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   More on the Subject of Meat and Vegetarianism Editor
                                                                       54 Letters to the           by William F. Chutskoff    —
484   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   Vereschagin's Visit Attracted ManyNews From Sask.
                                                                       57 Youth                    by M. A. Bayduk            —
485   Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956   The Grand Festival a Great Success
                                                                       58 News From Sask.          by Annette Kalmakoff       —
486   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      The Racial Issue                  2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
487   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Doukhobors and the Federation of Editorial
                                                                        2  Russian-Canadians       by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
488   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      A Doukhobor 'Synod' Meets 3 Editorial                        by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
489   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Let Us Unite                      5 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
490   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Iskra Establishes a Relief Fund: Olga Birukoff Fund
                                                                        6 Feature                  by Inquirer                —
491   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Doukhobors and Education 8 Feature                           by Nick W. Sherstobitoff   —
492   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      An Autobiographical Sketch of Harry Vereschagin
                                                                       10 Feature                  by Harry W. Vereschagin    —
493   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Hunting for Seneca Root          12 Feature                  by Frances Horkoff         —
494   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Friendship and Understanding Theme of From BC
                                                                       15 News Visit               by Grand Forks Gazette     —
495   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Public to be Allowed to See Denver Home
                                                                       16 News From BC             by Inquirer                —
496   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Dept. of Education to Take Over Institution for Sons' Children Nelson Daily News
                                                                       17 News From BC             by                         —
497   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Advises Sale of Land to Doukhobors
                                                                       17 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News       —
498   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Kidnapping' of Freedomite Children, 'Confiscation' of Lands by Grand Forks Gazette
                                                                       18 News From BC             Called Illegal             —
499   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Proceeds of Banquet go to Peace News From BC
                                                                       19 Council                  by Michael P. Deakoff      —
500   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Educating Sons' Children Will19 'Long Business'
                                                                        be News From BC            by Nelson Daily News       —
501   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Children's Attendance at School 'Far From Voluntary'
                                                                       20 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News       —
502   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Choir Organizer Creates Interest Manitoba News
                                                                       21                          by Frank K. Popoff         —
503   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Doukhobor Damage $14 Million; Identity From BC 'Known' Trail Daily Times
                                                                       21 News of Murderer         by                         —
504   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Former Chairman of UDC Comments onFrom Manitoba
                                                                       22 News Johnston's Statement Inquirer
                                                                                                   by                         —
505   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      First Saskatoon Doukhobor Regional Festival Held
                                                                       23 News From Sask.          by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
506   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Six Districts to Participate in Outdoor Festival Sask.
                                                                       28 News From                by Walter P. Strukoff      —
507   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Hodge Podge                      28 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
508   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Sons of Freedom. Gusskin. Sorokin30 Feature                  by Inquirer                —
509   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      What We Owe to the Greeks'34 Feature: Man and His Ideas — 2  by Inquirer                —
510   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956                                       36 — 4
                                      Memoirs of My Father and Mother Feature                      by Olga Biryukov           —
511   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Please Tell Me Dear              42 Poetry Corner            by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
512   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Just Smile                       43 Poetry Corner            by Elaine Marie Ewachiw    —
513   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Open Sky IBM and Weather Balloons43 Feature                  by Peter S. Bludoff        —
514   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Society of Brothers Seek Love, Peace and Harmony
                                                                       46 Letters to the Editor    by Derrick P. Faux         —
515   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Student Group Looks Toward48 Active Program
                                                                        an Letters to the Editor   by Hanna Antifaev          —
516   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      Enthusiasm Created by Instructor's Visit Praises Editor of UDC Louis L. Osachoff
                                                                       48 Letters to the Work      by                         —
517   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956      B. C. Legislature Urges World Disarmament the Editor
                                                                       50 Letters to               by Ray Gardner             —
518   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956   Russian Typewriter Fund        50 Letters to the Editor    by John Mahonin               —
519   Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956   Choir Organizer Thanks Saskatchewan and Manitoba Doukhobors W. Vereschagin
                                                                  51 Letters to the Editor    by Harry                      —
520   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Optimism — A Necessity in Life Editorial
                                                                   2                          by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
521   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Preparation Necessary for Doukhobor Convention
                                                                   3 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
522   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   A Good Suggestion               4 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
523   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1957   Ignorance or Impudence?         5 Opinion                  by Peter Koltsoff             —
524   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Spring Tea to be Held           7 News From Sask.          by                            —
525   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Amateur Night Show              7 News From Sask.          by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
526   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Melodrama Best in Drama Show News From Sask.
                                                                   8                          by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
527   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Skis Found Useful               8 News From Sask.          by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
528   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Bingo and Whist Feature Annual Social From Sask.
                                                                   8 News                     by Muriel Zakshewski          —
529   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   High School Girl Killed in Highway News From Sask.
                                                                   9 Mishap                   by                            —
530   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   UDC Circular Letter re Doukhobor News From Sask.
                                                                   9 Problems                 by Nick N. Kalmakoff          —
531   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Doukhobor Lands Sub-Division to Aid Sale — Spring Settlement Possible Gazette
                                                                  10 News From BC             by Grand Forks                —
532   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   USCC Choir Heard Over CBC      11 News From BC             by                            —
533   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   John Markin Gets Try-out Bid 11 News From BC
                                                                  with Dodger Club            by Grand Forks Gazette        —
534   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Took Part in Red Cross Drive12 News From BC                by                            —
535   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Many People Expected at 9th 12 News From BC
                                                                  Annual Festival             by                            —
536   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Local USCC Group Lays Plans for News From BC
                                                                  12 Cultural Centre          by                            —
537   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Local Students Get Special Mention
                                                                  13 News From BC             by                            —
538   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   New Denver Sons of Freedom School Cost $74,000
                                                                  13 News From BC             by Grand Forks Gazette        —
539   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   New Denver School Supervisor HonoredFrom BC
                                                                  14 News                     by Nelson Daily News          —
540   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Sons Ask Release of Children   14 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News          —
541   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   To Denver Home                 15 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News          —
542   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   More Discipline, More Recreation in Store for Freedomite Youths
                                                                  15 News From BC             by Nelson Daily News          —
543   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Sons of Freedom Problems to Cost Taxpayers BC
                                                                  16 News From $245,000 in 1956
                                                                                              by Grand Forks Gazette        —
544   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Sons' Jailed After Attack on Official
                                                                  16 News From BC             by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
545   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Sons Threaten Riot at Nelson, BC News From BC
                                                                  17                          by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
546   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Easter Observance              17 News From BC             by W. J. Cazakoff             —
547   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Guest Speaker at Successful 18 News From BC
                                                                  Banquet                     by Nick N. Plotnicove         —
548   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Candidates for May Queen 18 News From BC                   by                            —
549   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Some Children Are…             19 Poetry Corner            by Jo Tenjford                —
550   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Have You Tried Discussion? 20 Feature                      by Ottawa Citizen             —
551   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Know Thyself by Broadening Your Opinion
                                                                  24 Knowledge                by Mike Postnikoff            —
552   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Walking is an Aid to Maintaining Fitness All Health Corner by
                                                                  24 Sports & Your Life                                     —
553   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Hodge Podge                    26 Hodge Podge              by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
554   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   A Texas Sheep Herder           27 Humour                                                 —
                                                                                              by Free Press Weekly Prairie Farmer
555   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956                                 30 Czarist
                                   The Story of the Deliverance from FeatureOppression — 1 by Inquirer                    —
556   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   The Mystery Religions         39 Man and His Ideas — 2 by Inquirer                     —
557   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Clarifies Bondoreff's Statement re:Letters to the Editor
                                                                 41 Migration               by Eli A. Popoff              —
558   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Offers Tape Recordings to Interested People Editor
                                                                 42 Letters to the          by Jim J. Chernenkoff         —
559   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Education, Politics and Religion Letters to the Editor
                                                                 43                         by Peter M. Bloodoff          —
560   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Education, Politics and Religion Editor's Note
                                                                 44                         by Inquirer                   —
561   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Congratulations               45 Letters to the Editor   by Nellie Lebedoff            —
562   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   A Pessimistic View of Human45 Letters to the Editor
                                                                  Nature                    by Alex P. Relkoff            —
563   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Union of Youth Sends Invitations to Festival the Editor
                                                                 46 Letters to                                            —
                                                                                            by Peter B. Samoyloff, Jim D. Kolesnikoff
564   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Another 'Thank You' to Vereschagin
                                                                 47 Letters to the Editor   by S. A. Androsoff            —
565   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Enrolls UDC Members in Vancouver
                                                                 47 Letters to the Editor   by Nick N. Plotnicove         —
566   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Pleased With Comments on Religious Meeting Editor
                                                                 48 Letters to the          by Alex W. Vereschagin        —
567   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Vladimir Hanceroff                                       by of Union                   —
                                                                 48 Who's Who in the Executive Inquirer of Doukhobors of Canada
568   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Sam A. Androsoff                                         by of Union                   —
                                                                 49 Who's Who in the Executive Inquirer of Doukhobors of Canada
569   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   Summer Camps For Doukhobor Youth
                                                                 50 Opinion                 by Walter P. Strukoff         —
570   Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956   An Open Letter From Switzerland Opinion
                                                                 51                         by Olga Biryukov              —
571   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Man Must Learn the Art of Understanding and Making Friends Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                  2 Editorial               by                            —
572   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Revolution in Siciliy          3 News From Europe        by Olga Biryukov              —
573   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Panel Discussion to be Held on Vital Doukhobor Topics
                                                                  4 News From Sask.         by                            —
574   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Many Districts Expected at Outdoor Festival Sask.
                                                                  4 News From               by Walter P. Strukoff         —
575   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Successful Tea and Sale Held4 News From Sask.            by                            —
576   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Youth Predominant at 9th Annual Festival
                                                                  5 News From BC            by William A. Soukoreff       —
577   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     My Life's a Mess, a Young Lad Who Missed School Tells Scribe
                                                                  7 News From BC            by Nelson Daily News          —
578   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     25 Sons of Freedom Served 10 Days in Jail forBC
                                                                  8 News From Disturbance by Nelson Daily News            —
579   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Sons' Oppose Vaccination of Children From BC
                                                                  9 News                    by Nelson Daily News          —
580   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Special CPR Patrols Ready for Violence From BC
                                                                 10 News                    by Nelson Daily News          —
581   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     He Wanted to Go to School 10 News From BC                by Nelson Daily News          —
582   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Sons' Hurl Accusations But Visit Peaceful
                                                                 10 News From BC            by Nelson Daily News          —
583   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     BC Quakers Support Gulley, But Not Unanimous
                                                                 11 News From BC            by Nelson Daily News          —
584   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     The Universe We Live In       11 Man and His Ideas — 3 by Inquirer                     —
585   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Education and Enlightenment14 Opinion                    by Peter Koltsoff             —
586   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956                                   18 on the
                                   Pioneer Stories of the DoukhoborsFeaturePrairies — 2     by Inquirer                   —
587   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Let's All Spout Off           23 Opinion                 by Florence S. Faminow        —
588   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Traditional Clothing and Modern Style
                                                                 25 Letters to the Editor   by Mary Konkin                —
589   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Doukhobor Land Question and Inquirer's Commentary
                                                                 26 Letters to the Editor   by Peter M. Bloodoff          —
590   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     Doukhobor Land Question and Inquirer's Commentary
                                                                 27 Letters to the Editor   by Editor                     —
591   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956     On the Doukhobor Situation 28 Letters to the Editor      by Harry W. Vereschagin       —
592   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956    Controversy re Migration Statements
                                                               30 Letters to the Editor     by John G. Bondoreff           —
593   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956    More About Education         30 Letters to the Editor     by Nick W. Sherstobitoff       —
594   Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956    A View From the Fence        33 Poetry Corner             by Lawrence Fofonoff           —
595   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   The 'Sacred Cow' of Society 2 Editorial                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
596   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Celebration to Commemorate 2 Editorial
                                                                 Renouncement of Acts of Violence
                                                                                            by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
597   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Second Class Privileges for Inquirer
                                                                 3 Information              by                             —
598   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   The Fundamental Surplus Formula3 Feature                  by Inquirer                    —
599   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Doukhobors Urged to Attend UDC Information
                                                                 4   Convention             by Inquirer                    —
600   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Creation by Evolution          4 Man and His Ideas — 4 by Inquirer                       —
601   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Doukhobor Marriage Rites       6 Opinion                  by Peter S. Bludoff            —
602   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Faith and Religion             7 Opinion                  by Peter Koltsoff              —
603   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   The 'Sons' of Freedom          9 Feature                                                 —
                                                                                            by William P. Sherstobitoff, Koozma J. Tarasoff
604   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Convention to be held July 7-9; UDC Urges Unity
                                                               14 News                      by                             —
605   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Agenda for Eighth Annual Convention of UDC
                                                               14 Information               by Nick N. Kalmakoff           —
606   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Panel Discussion at Blaine Lake News From Sask.
                                                               14                           by Inquirer                    —
607   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Outdoor Festival Draws Large Crowd
                                                               16 News From Sask.           by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
608   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Pioneer Log and Mud House for Museum
                                                               17 News From Sask.           by                             —
609   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Gulley Resigns Friends Service Committees, Still Consultant Nelson Daily News
                                                               17 News From BC              by                             —
610   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Fire Hoses Used to Disperse 17 News From BC
                                                                'Sons' Women                by                             —
611   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Sons' Kiddies Like Enforced Schooling From BC
                                                               18 News                      by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
612   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Graduating Exercises at Grand Forks From BC
                                                               18 News                      by Iskra                       —
613   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Real or 'Heart' Religion     18 Letters to the Editor     by Mary Konkin                 —
614   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Claims That Gubanoff Distorted Report to the Editor
                                                               19 Letters                   by Harry W. Vereschagin        —
615   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Praise and Plaudits          19 Letters to the Editor     by Reader                      —
616   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   If You Set Your Mind To Do It20 Poetry Corner             by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
617   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Pora Obyedinyatsya           20 Poetry Corner             by Ignat P. Antifeev           —
618   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Hodge Podge                  21 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
619   Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956   Tony — The Master of Deserts 23 Interview                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
620   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   Genuine Interest Should be Cultivated
                                                                 2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
621   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   Why Two Major Doukhobor Organizations in Canada
                                                                 2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
622   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   The UDC Convention             3 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
623   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   How Do You Know                4 Man and His Ideas — 5 by Inquirer                       —
624   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   The Record Album               5 Review                   by Peter S. Bludoff            —
625   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   Declaration of the USCC        6 Feature — A critique     by Inquirer                    —
626   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   Declaration of the Denominational Information of Canada by USCC
                                                                 9 Doukhobors                                              —
627   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   The Thing We Gain            10 Poetry Corner             by Alec Postnikoff             —
628   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956   A Generous Donation          11 Letters to the Editor     by William N. Papove           —
629   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Urges That Doukhobors Send Representatives to UN
                                                                   12 Letters to the Editor     by William A. Vereschagin     —
630   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     The Eighth Annual Convention of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada
                                                                   13 Feature                   by Inquirer                   —
631   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Doukhobors Contribute to Pion-Era Celebrations
                                                                   20 News From Sask.           by Inquirer                   —
632   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Historical Event Commemorated at Gathering Sask.
                                                                   21 News From                 by Peter S. Bludoff           —
633   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Action For Peace Urged by Speaker on Peter'sSask.
                                                                   21 News From Day             by                            —
634   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Several Districts Take Part in 21 News From Sask.
                                                                   Peter's Day                  by                            —
635   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Boykin Brothers Work in Golf's BigNews From Sask.
                                                                   21 Time                      by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix     —
636   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Actor Visits Parents           22 News From Sask.           by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix     —
637   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Half Acre Lots for Doukhobor 22 News From BC
                                                                   Lands Suggested              by Nelson Daily News          —
638   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     St. Peter's Day Celebrated 22 News From BC                  by Nelson Daily News          —
639   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Opposition to War Cited by Speaker at Peace Gathering
                                                                   22 News From BC              by William Zubkoe             —
640   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Folk Song Book Compiled 23 News From BC                     by                            —
641   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Fred Konkin Outstanding Salmo Student From BC
                                                                   23 News                      by Nelson Daily News          —
642   Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956     Hodge Podge                    23 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
643   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Cooperation Needed in Solving World Food Problem
                                                                    2 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
644   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Hodge Podge                     2 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
645   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Morals and Ethics               3 Man and His Ideas — 6 by Inquirer                       —
646   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Success and Long Life           5 Feature                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
647   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   How to Have a Successful Conference
                                                                   10 Information               by Clyde K. Miller            —
648   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Young Adult Leadership Conference Opens at Alberta
                                                                   10 News From Banff School by                               —
649   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Successful Festival Held       10 News From Sask.           by Pat Shukin                 —
650   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Beautification Contest Winner11 News From Sask.             by                            —
651   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Scholarship Awarded for Proficiency
                                                                   11 News From Sask.           by                            —
652   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Doukhobor Theme Brings Fiction Award From BC
                                                                   11 News                      by Canadian Press             —
653   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Youth Given Leading Role 11 News From BC                    by                            —
654   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Red Cross Swimming Certificate to Local Boy BC
                                                                   11 News From                 by                            —
655   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Fence Erected; 'Sons' Boycott Scheme From BC
                                                                   11 News                      by                            —
656   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Stewardess on Overseas Flights News From BC
                                                                   11                           by Grand Forks Gazette        —
657   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   2,500 Doukhobors Mark Declaration DayFrom BC
                                                                   12 News in Brilliant         by                            —
658   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Slocan Wins it Long Fight for 12 News From BC
                                                                   Electricity                  by                            —
659   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   BC Doukhobors Receive Vote     12 News From BC              by                            —
660   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   An Enduring Plan               12 Poetry Corner             by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
661   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   PhD Claims That Migration is 13 'One and Only Editor
                                                                   the Letters to the Solution' by Walter Siegmeister         —
662   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Letter Which Dr. Siegmeister 14 Letter, Reply
                                                                   Attacked                     by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
663   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Editor's Comment on Dr. Siegmeister's Letter
                                                                   14 Editor's Comment          by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
664   Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956   Windows for the Crown Prince by Elizabeth Gray Vining
                                                                   15 Book Reviews              by Edith Reeves Solenberger   —
665   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Snooper Scooper 'Uncensored' Opinion
                                                                    0                           by Florence S. Faminow        —
666   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Jews and the UN                 2 Editorial             by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
667   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956A Perversion of Journalistic Ethics Editorial
                                                                    2                       by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
668   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Our Knowledge About God 4 Man and His Ideas — 7 by Inquirer                          —
669   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Pa-Ulitsum                      6 Column                by Peter S. Faminow          —
670   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Pacifism and Civil Defence 7 Feature                    by Inquirer                  —
671   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Hodge Podge                    11 Hodge Podge           by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
672   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Religion and the Church        12 Opinion               by Olga Biryukov             —
673   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Let's Promote Discussion       13 Letters to the Editor by Alec Postnikoff           —
674   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Popular Style Should be Simple Letters to the Editor
                                                                   14                       by Alex P. Relkoff           —
675   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Success Story of an Artist     15 News From Sask.       by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
676   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Civil Defence and Pacifism Discussed byFrom Sask.
                                                                   15 News Panel Members by Inquirer                     —
677   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Attends Course                 16 News From Sask.       by                           —
678   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Bennett Warned Not to Campaign News From BC
                                                                   17 in Kootenays          by Canadian Press            —
679   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Award Made to Outstanding Student
                                                                   17 News From BC          by                           —
680   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Seven Children Return to Parents News From BC
                                                                   17                       by                           —
681   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Young Adults Meet at Conference News From Alberta
                                                                   18                       by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
682   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Speak Truth to Power by AFSC Book Reviews
                                                                   22                       by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
683   Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956Atmosphere                     26 Poetry Corner         by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
684   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 This Thing Called 'Color'        0 Poetry Corner         by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
685   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Humor Reduces Tension            2 Editorial             by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
686   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Let's Watch Our Values           2 Editorial             by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
687   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 A Wrong Philosophy in the Health Field?
                                                                    2 Editorial             by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
688   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 The Inquirer Needs Your Support Editorial
                                                                    3                       by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
689   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Appeal to 'Sons of Freedom' 3 News From BC               by Canadian Press            —
690   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Psychoanalysis — An Introduction Man and His Society — 8by Inquirer
                                                                    4                                                    —
691   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Tribute to a Great Dramatist 5 Opinion                   by                           —
692   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 The Fellowship of Reconciliation Organizations and People Working for a Warless World — 1
                                                                    6                       by Mildred Fahrni
693   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 On Buddhism                      7 Information           by Lev N. Tolstoy            —
694   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Who's Who                        7 Who's Who in the UDC by Inquirer                   —
695   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Life in the Tropics              8 An Expose             by Dan Evanoff               —
696   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Pa-Ulitsum                      11 Column                by Peter S. Faminow          —
697   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 The Sixth World Youth Festival Information
                                                                   12                       by Stan Linkovich            —
698   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Sons of Furty' — History or Fiction?
                                                                   14 Feature               by William P. Sherstobitoff  —
699   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 P. V. Verigin — A Character Sketch
                                                                   16 Feature               by Inquirer                  —
700   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Accident Takes Life of Thrums Boy
                                                                   18 News From BC          by                           —
701   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 It Doesn't Make Sense'          19 News From USA         by                           —
702   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Choir Instructor Will Visit the Prairies Again
                                                                   20 News From Sask.       by                           —
703   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Youth Killed by Gun Blast     20 News From Sask.          by                          —
704   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Fall Tea and Sale of Home Baking, Sewing and Handicrafts by
                                                                 20 News From Sask.                                      —
705   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Judgment in Sons' Children Case Reserved BC
                                                                 21 News From                by Canadian Press           —
706   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Freedomite Sues RCMP Corporal News From BC
                                                                 21                          by Canadian Press           —
707   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Eleven Sons' Children to New21 News From BC
                                                                  Denver                     by                          —
708   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Vereschagin Holds a Series of Meetings From BC
                                                                 21 News                     by William Zubkoe           —
709   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Meeting the Russians by AFSC Book Reviews
                                                                 22                          by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
710   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Youth Says Banff Leadership 25 Letters to thean Enrichingby Bill Verigin
                                                                  Conference Was Editor       Experience                 —
711   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Believes That P. V. Verigin Was Misunderstood Editor
                                                                 25 Letters to the           by Marfa Anthony Konkin     —
712   Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956 Student Enjoys Paper          25 Letters to the Editor    by Peter W. Tamilin         —
713   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   The Best Thing About Christmas Editorial
                                                                  2                          by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
714   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   The Spirit of the Olympics     2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
715   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Some Mistaken Views About The Inquirer
                                                                  3 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
716   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Democracy and Violence         3 Information              by Mohandas K. Gandhi       —
717   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Building a Personal Philosophy of Life and His Ideas - 9 by Dr. Robert Paton
                                                                  4 Man                                                  —
718   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   The Song of the Doukhobors 5 Poetry Corner                by Joe Fedosoff             —
719   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   The Society of Brothers        6 Organizations and People Working for a Warless World — 2
                                                                                             by Derrick P. Faux
720   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   How is it Possible to Save Peace in the World
                                                                  8 Opinion                  by Olga Biryukov            —
721   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   There are Two Kinds of People' Opinion
                                                                 10                          by Lev N. Tolstoy           —
722   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Believes That an International10 Letters toWould Solve theby Peter F. Chernoff
                                                                   Police Force the Editor    Problem of War             —
723   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Commemoration of Lukeria 11 Letters to the Editor         by Tom E. Dergousoff        —
724   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Early Doukhobor History       12 Commentary on 'Sons of by William N. Papove
                                                                                             Fury'                       —
725   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   The Doctrine of Peace         14 Opinion                  by Ralph Waldo Emerson      —
726   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Babel                         14 Column                   by David "Shenden" Popoff   —
727   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Pa-Ulitsum                    15 Column                   by Peter S. Faminow         —
728   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Writer Sends Gift to Doukhobors News From Europe
                                                                 16                          by Olga Biryukov            —
729   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   UDC Spokesman Reports a Desire For One Unified Doukhobor Organization
                                                                 16 News From Sask.          by                          —
730   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Youth Discusses Intermarriage7 News From Sask.
                                                                 1                           by Alec Postnikoff          —
731   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956 Are Living in a World of Great News From Sask.
                                   We                            17 Change'                  by Scott Nearing            —
732   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   District Confab on Choir Tour18 News From Sask.           by Nick N. Kalmakoff        —
733   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Amateur Night Brings Out Talent News From Sask.
                                                                 19                          by George A. Bloodoff       —
734   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Wins Prizes in Agricultural Fair
                                                                 19 News From Alberta        by                          —
735   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Union of Doukhobors of Canada Express Concern for Youthby Nick N. Kalmakoff
                                                                 19 News From BC                                         —
736   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Ladies Raise $100 for the Inquirer News From Alberta
                                                                 20                          by                          —
737   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Union of Youth of the USCC Hold Annual Confab
                                                                 20 News From BC             by                          —
738   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Books by Quakers: Toward Undiscovered Ends by Anna Brinton
                                                                 21 Book Reviews             by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
739   Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956
                                   Olga by John Cornish. 'The Little Brothers'
                                                                 24 Book Reviews             by Nick W. Sherstobitoff    —
740   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Why We Are Picketing Wormwood Scrubbs Prison
                                                                   0 Opinion                   by Pacifist Youth Action Group —
741   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956 Moral Victory
                                   A                               2 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
742   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Doukhobor Psalm and Hymn BookEditorial
                                                                   2                           by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
743   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   More Mistaken Views About The Inquirer
                                                                   2 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
744   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Socrates                                                     World Thinkers — 1
                                                                   4 Feature: Life and Work ofby Dr. Robert Paton             —
745   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956 Refuse to Participate in War 5 Opinion
                                   I                                                           by J. S. Woodsworth            —
746                                The War Resisters' International Organizations and People Working for a Warless World — 3
      Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956                               6                           by Arlo Tatum
747   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956                               7 Organizations and People Working for a Warless World — 4
                                   Pacifist Youth Action Group's Viewpoint                     by Terence Chives
748   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Hodge Podgy                     8 Hodge Podge               by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
749   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Vegetarianism                   9 Feature                   by Inquirer                    —
750   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Truth, Justice and Reason 13 Letters to the Editor          by Lawrence Kotkas             —
751   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Pass the Bottle, Papa          13 Letters to the Editor     by Alex P. Relkoff             —
752   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Clarifies Passage in Poem 14 Letters to the Editor          by Joe Fedosoff                —
753   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   World Council of Peace Views World Situation Editor
                                                                  14 Letters to the            by Dorothy Morrison            —
754   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   New Year                       14 Poetry Corner             by Michael M. Tomilin          —
755   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Sons' Children in New Denver School From BC
                                                                  15 News                      by Jim J. Chernenkoff          —
756   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Sons of Freedom' Children Sing, Recite in Concert
                                                                  16 News From BC              by Nelson Daily News           —
757   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Youth Wishes to Exchange Tapes News From BC
                                                                  16                           by                             —
758   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   School Board Hopes for Change in Law to Allow Doukhoborby Grand Forks Gazette
                                                                  16 News From BC               Trustees                      —
759   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Social Held in Aid of Inquirer 17 News From BC              by William Zubkoe              —
760   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   USCC Hall Arson Try Foiled 17 News From BC                  by Grand Forks Gazette         —
761   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Proceeds of Banquet to Iskra 17 News From BC                by Nick N. Plotnicove          —
762   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Union of Youth Collect Money18 Psalm and Hymn Book by
                                                                   for News From BC                                           —
763   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956 Regret the Error
                                   We                             18 News From Alberta         by                             —
764   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Senior Choir Sponsors Program News From Alberta
                                                                  18                           by                             —
765   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Tape Recordings of Pelly Festival Available For Loan
                                                                  18 News From Sask.           by Walter P. Strukoff          —
766   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Prayer Home Moved Into Village inNews From Sask.
                                                                  18    Time for Active Season by Walter P. Strukoff          —
767   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Proceeds of Tea and Concert18 to The Inquirer and Mr. Vereschagin
                                                                   go News From Sask.          by                             —
768   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Singing and Discussion at Gathering
                                                                  19 News From Sask.           by                             —
769   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Kamsack Branch of UDC Survey Through Questionnaires by
                                                                  19 News From Sask.                                          —
770   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Vereschagin Visits District 20 News From Manitoba           by Sam Cheveldayoff            —
771   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Dobrenen Conviction Reversed News From USA
                                                                  20                           by CCCO                        —
772   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Nurses Chosen to Represent 20 News From USA
                                                                  National Convention          by                             —
773   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Union of Doukhobors of Canada News report
                                                                  21 UDC                       by Nick N. Kalmakoff           —
774   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956 Cry For Peace
                                   A                              21 Poetry Corner             by Michael M. Tomilin          —
775   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956
                                   Recipe For Real Religion       21 Poetry Corner             by Lewis Faucett               —
776                                Memoirs of the Life and Gospel Labors of the late Daniel Wheeler Reeves Solenberger —
      Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956                              22 Book Reviews              by Edith
777   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956 Sister, Hi Brother, by Joe Wallace Reviews
                                      Hi,                          25 Book                    by Nick W. Sherstobitoff    —
778   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956 Brotherhood and Christianity Editorial
                                      On                           25                         by Grand Forks Gazette      —
779   Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956  Survival Appeal              26 Editorial               by Inquirer                 —
780   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Brotherhood Week — Aimed at Eradicating Prejudice
                                                                    2 Editorial               by Frazer Earle             —
781   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 What Would You Do If?           3 Article                 by Jon Wynne-Tyson          —
782   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Plato (427-347 B.C.)            4 Life and Times of World Thinkers — 2 Paton
                                                                                              by Dr. Robert               —
783   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 To My Child                     6 Poetry Corner           by Marie Shlakoff           —
784   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Who Are the Mennonites?                                   by J. W. for a
                                                                    7 Organizations and People WorkingFretz Warless World — 5
785   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Doukhobor Panorama in 1956     10 Feature                 by Inquirer                 —
786   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 WRI Council Reaffirms its Renunciation of the Europe of War and Violence
                                                                   16 News From Methods       by                          —
787   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Quakers and Refugees           17 News From USA           by                          —
788   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Sculptor From Brilliant Calm Despite Loss of Year's Work by Nelson Daily News
                                                                   17 News From BC                                        —
789   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 50-50 Chance That Freedomites Are Responsible
                                                                   17 News From BC            by Canadian Press           —
790   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 In Practice, Not Just Words 17 News From BC               by Tom E. Dergousoff        —
791   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Firm, Fair Policy on Sons' Schooling MayFrom BC
                                                                   18 News Solve Problems, Claims Gulley Press
                                                                                              by Canadian                 —
792   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Annual Meeting Postponed 18 News From BC                  by Nick N. Plotnicove       —
793   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Festival Concludes Choir Conductor's Tour in Sask.
                                                                   18 News From Sask.         by                          —
794   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Choir Practice Held Twice Daily News From Sask.
                                                                   19                         by Michael Ozeroff          —
795   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Internal Problems Discussed:19 News to Seek New Unity Among Doukhobors
                                                                    Resolved From Sask.       by                          —
796   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Ladies Hold First Annual Meeting News From Sask.
                                                                   20                         by                          —
797   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Society Holds Second Annual20 News From Sask.
                                                                    Meeting                   by                          —
798   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Vegetarianism                  20 Correction              by Olga Biryukov            —
799   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Enjoys Reading. A Means of Understanding the Editor
                                                                   21 Letters to              by Elsie Makortoff          —
800   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Comment on Character Sketch of P. V. Verigin Editor
                                                                   21 Letters to the          by L. W. Verigin            —
801   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Children Need Good Family Life Letters to the Editor
                                                                   21                         by Ruth E. Hoehn            —
802   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 The Search For Knowledge 21 Letters to the Editor         by Nick Hrimakin            —
803   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Man's Will and Destiny         21 Letters to the Editor   by Pete Stooshnoff          —
804   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Excerpts                       22 Letters to the Editor   by H. David Kirk            —
805   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Excerpts                       22 Letters to the Editor   by Fred J. Fillipoff        —
806   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Toward Undiscovered Ends by Anna Brinton
                                                                   22 Book Reviews            by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
807   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 To Any Child                   26 Poetry Corner           by Jon Wynne-Tyson          —
808   Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957 Pine Tree                      26 Poetry Corner           by Michael M. Tomilin       —
809   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Extreme Tolerance and Universal Thinking
                                                                    2 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
810                                   False 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Statements in School Textbooks
                                                                    2 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
811   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      This is the February-March Issue Editorial
                                                                    3                         by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
812   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 of Donor's Name 3 Editorial
                                      Publication                                             by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
813   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 On
                                      Dasha Looks                   3 Column                  by Peter S. Faminow         —
814   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 on Doukhoborism 4 Review: W. A. Soukoreff's articles onP. Sherstobitoff
                                      Reflections                                                by William Doukhobors       —
815   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957Atomists
                                      The Greek                                                   World Thinkers — 3
                                                                      5 Feature: Life and Work ofby Dr. Robert Paton         —
816   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Brethren
                                      The Hutterian                                                                           —
                                                                      7 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 6
                                                                                                 by V. Seeberg
817   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 to Announce 8 Anniversary Issue
                                      We are Proud                                               by Florence S. Faminow      —
818   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 to The Inquirer 9 Anniversary Issue
                                      A Challenge                                                by Peter G. Makaroff        —
819   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Urges Doukhobors to Seek a 10 LettersUNthe Editor
                                                                     Seat at the to Non-Government Assembly Vereschagin
                                                                                                 by William A.               —
820   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Otkritoi Misli (Open Mind)
                                      Pa-Ulitsum                     11 Column                   by Peter S. Faminow         —
821   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Among Doukhobors Needs to be Overcome by Frances Horkoff
                                      Indifference                   12 Anniversary Issue                                    —
822   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 and the Power of13 Anniversary Issue
                                      The Inquirer                     Persuasion                by Olga Biryukov            —
823   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Doukhobor Youth and the Future Issue
                                      The Inquirer,                  15 Anniversary              by Peter N. Malov           —
824   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Name?
                                      What's in a                    20 Anniversary Issue        by Walter P. Strukoff       —
825   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 is Necessary 21 Anniversary Issue
                                      A World View                                               by William N. Papove        —
826   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Inquirer's Policy re Sons of Freedom
                                                                     22 Feature                  by Inquirer                 —
827   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Attitude to Doukhobor Efforts Leads to Resignation, Talks
                                      Government                     25 News From BC             by                          —
828   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Tovarischi Release Three Records
                                                                     25 News From BC             by                          —
829                                   New, 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - MarchYouthful Doukhobor Choir Thrills Overflow Crowd
                                                                     25 News From BC             by Grand Forks Gazette      —
830                                   Sons' 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Case Sent Back to SupremeNews From BC
                                                                     26    Court                 by Canadian Press           —
831   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Golden Anniversary Festival to be Newsin New BC
                                                                     26 Held From Community Centre
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832   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 at Odd Fellows Hall News From Alberta
                                      Festival Held                  26                          by J. Planidin              —
833   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Statements Used 27 School Text. Protest Sent. Reply Received
                                      Slanderous                      in News From Sask.         by                          —
834   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Home Damaged by Fire
                                      Community                      27 News From Sask.          by                          —
835   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Gift of Nighties for Needy Babies News From Sask.
                                                                     27                          by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
836                                   UDC 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - MarchReplies to Peace Conference Invitation Sask.
                                                                     28 News From                by                          —
837                                   Youth 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Invites All Doukhobors 28 Attend Peace Holiday and Convention
                                                                     to News From Sask.          by                          —
838                                   Draft 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - MarchAnthology Published by 28 News From Sask.
                                                                     UDC                         by                          —
839   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Excerpts From Letters          28 Letters to the Editor    by Michael M. Tomilin       —
840   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Excerpts From Letters          28 Letters to the Editor                                —
                                                                                                 by The High Power Watt of Energy
841   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Excerpts From Letters          28 Letters to the Editor    by Cecil W. Koochin         —
842   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      Excerpts From Letters          29 Letters to the Editor    by W. Tereckoff             —
843                                   White 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Corpuscles in Europe by Allan A. Hunter
                                                                     29 Book Review              by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
844   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957                     32 Book Review              by Nick W. Sherstobitoff    —
                                      Practical Cook Book: Selected Doukhobor and Quakers Recipes by Laura P. Verigin and Zoe H. Gulley
845   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 the Word 'Wine'
                                      The Bible and                  33 Letters to the Editor    by Nick Verigin             —
846                                   Hand 1957
      Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March in Hand                  33 Poetry Corner            by Joe Fedosoff             —
847   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957
                                      The Piper                      34 Poetry Corner            by Jon Wynne-Tyson          —
848   Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957 Attitude
                                      The Inquiring                  34 Poetry Corner            by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
849   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957      Troubled Conscience and H-BombEditorial
                                                                      2    Tests                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
850   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957      Equality Before the Law — What is it?
                                                                      2 Editorial                by Koozma J. Tarasoff       —
851   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Totalitarianism Comes to BC as Tots Taught Behind Fences Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                  3 Editorial                  by                              —
852   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   The 'Sons' Negotiate to Emigrate Editorial
                                                                  4                            by Inquirer                     —
853   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Aristotle 384-322 B.C.                                      by Dr. — 4
                                                                  5 Life and Work of World ThinkersRobert Paton                —
854   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Why I Became an Operating Nurse6 Opinion                    by Florence S. Faminow          —
855   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   A Witness to Peace             8 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 7
                                                                                               by G. F. Tull                    —
856   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957                                  9 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 7
                                   The Student Christian Movement in Canada                    by Vince I. Goring               —
857   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Tolstoy Had the Answer        11 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 7
                                                                                               by Esme Wynne-Tyson              —
858   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957                                 12 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 7
                                   Friendship and Understanding, Theme of World Youth Festival Floyd Williston
                                                                                               by                               —
859   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957                                 13 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 7
                                   Brotherhood and Western Civilization                        by Karel Hujer                   —
860   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Tape Recordings Appreciated16 Letters to the Editor         by J. A. Verigin                —
861   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Comment on Review             16 Letters to the Editor      by William A. Soukoreff         —
862   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   What Kind of Unity Do We Seek? Letters to the Editor
                                                                 17                            by William W. Markin            —
863   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Langham Holds First Doukhobor FestivalFrom Sask.
                                                                 18 News                       by                              —
864   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Live, Create, Learn and Teach 18 News From Sask.            by                              —
865   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Resolutions Should be Sent Early to Executive Sask.
                                                                 19 News From of UDC           by Nick N. Kalmakoff            —
866   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Local Active in Educational Activities
                                                                 19 News From BC               by                              —
867   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Large Festival and Prairie Tour Conclude Winter-Spring Activities
                                                                 19 News From BC               by                              —
868   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Doukhobor Guests of Rotary Club News From BC
                                                                 20                            by                              —
869   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Sons of Freedom Seek EmigrationNews From BC
                                                                 20 to Russia                  by                              —
870   Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957   Freedom in God: Guide to the20 Bookof Nicholas Berdyaev by E. L.Reeves Solenberger —
                                                                  Thought Reviews              by Edith Allen
871   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     A Quaker Book Reviewed by a Quaker Reviews
                                                                  0 Book                       by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
872   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Capacity to Protest is Necessary Editorials
                                                                  2                            by Koozma J. Tarasoff           —
873   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Co-ordinative Unity Among Peace Editorials it Possible? by Koozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                  2 Groups-is                                                  —
874   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans Life and Times of World Thinkers — 5 Paton
                                                                  3                            by Dr. Robert                   —
875   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Disagrees with Inquirer re Vegetarianism to the Editor
                                                                  4 Letters                    by Anonymous                    —
876   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Not accident But Murder        4 Letters to the Editor      by Nick Verigin                 —
877   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     A Former Editor’s Point of View Letters to the Editor
                                                                  5                            by M. Roubeshanin               —
878   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     The Christian Pacifist Society of New Zealand and Peoples Working for a Warless World—
                                                                  5 Organizations              by A. C. Barrington
879   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Community Centre Opened at 7 News From BC
                                                                   Three Day Youth Festival (Grand Forks)
                                                                                               by                              —
880   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     200 People Present at Easter Service From BC
                                                                  7 News                       by William Zubkoe               —
881   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Songs Composed: Record Released (Vancouver)
                                                                  7 News From BC               by                              —
882   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Pass Creek Youth Visits Districts (Calgary)
                                                                  7 News From Alberta          by                              —
883   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Resource Leaders Secured for Youth Adult Workshop in Inter-group Relations
                                                                  7 News From Alberta          by                              —
884   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Mennonites Lay Groundwork for United Peace Witness (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
                                                                  8 News                       by Canadian Mennonite           —
885   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957                                          Film From Europe
                                   “Friendly Persuasion” Judged BestNews (Cannes, France) by Reuters
                                                                  8                                                            —
886   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Doukhobors (and ) Their Faith9 Book Review                  by Inquirer                     —
887   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957     Daily Good Living             10 Letters to the Editor                                      —
                                                                                               by Val. D. Baima, Lillybelle Baima
888   Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957      A Soliloquy to a Sitter        10 Poetry Corner             by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
889   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Inquirer Faces Survival Crisis 2 Editorial                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
890   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    The Conscience and the Fanchise Editorial
                                                                    2                           by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
891   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Convention Faces Many ProblemsEditorial
                                                                    2                           by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
892   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Stoics and Epicureans                                       by Dr. — 6
                                                                    3 Life and Work of World ThinkersRobert Paton             —
893   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    The United Nations              5 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 9
                                                                                                by Inquirer                   —
894   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Three-Day Doukhobor ConferenceNews From Sask.
                                                                    7                           by                            —
895   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    We Must Make Peace Now 7 News From Sask.                    by                            —
896   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Several Doukhobor Young People News From Sask.
                                                                    7 to Visit Russia           by Inquirer                   —
897   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Inquirer Editor to Attend Triennial PacifistFrom Sask.
                                                                    8 News World Conferenceby                                 —
898   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Kylemore Open Air Festival Held News From Sask.
                                                                    8                           by L. L. Osachoff             —
899   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Liberation to Run Muste's AutobiographyFrom USA
                                                                    8 News                      by                            —
900   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Insurance Policies Cancelled at KoinoniaFrom Europe
                                                                    9 News Far                  by                            —
901   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Likes Idea of Unity             9 Letters to the Editor     by Hopeful                    —
902   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Verigin District Urges Doukhobors Letters to the Editor Money IssueW. Kabatoff
                                                                    9 to Resolve Surplus        by W.                         —
903   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Language and Doukhobor Religion 9 Letters to the Editor     by Alex P. Relkoff            —
904   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Relax My Friend                10 Poetry Corner             by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
905   Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957    Uncommon Sense by Ascanio D. Paolo Reviews
                                                                   10 Book                      by Nick W. Sherstobitoff      —
906   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Youth Choir Makes Successful Tour of Western Canada
                                                                    0 Report                    by Inquirer                   —
907   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Christianity and its Background Feature
                                                                    2                           by Dr. Robert Paton           —
908   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Little Understood by One's Contemporaries the Editor
                                                                    3 Letters to                by Nick Papove                —
909   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    A Compliment                    3 Letters to the Editor     by Ernest A. Webbe            —
910   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Peace Pilgrim                                                                             —
                                                                    4 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 10
                                                                                                by Inquirer
911   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Union of Doukhobors of Canada — 9th convention
                                                                    5 Report                    by Inquirer                   —
912   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    High School Grad Gets Top Awards8 News From BC              by                            —
913   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Sons of Freedom Girls Punished News From BC
                                                                    8                           by Canadian Press             —
914   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Celebrations Not Enough Says Visitor at From Sask.
                                                                    8 News Peter's Day          by                            —
915   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    3,200 Loaves of Bread Baked 8 Pion-Era Celebrations
                                                                    at News From Sask.          by                            —
916   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    1,500 Attend Canora Festival 8 News From Sask.              by                            —
917   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Community Home Expected to be News From Soon
                                                                    9 Completed Sask.           by Keith Tarasoff             —
918   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    Peace Pilgrim Gives a Challenge to Doukhobors
                                                                    9 News From Sask.           by                            —
919   Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957    The Gift by J. D. Beresford and Esme Wynne-Tyson
                                                                   10 Book Reviews              by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
920   Vol. 4, no. 6 — August 1957   World Pacifists Confer. Triennial Conference of WRI
                                                                    0 Special Report            by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
921   Vol. 4, no. 6 — August 1957   A Lesson Learned                1 Editorial                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
922   Vol. 4, no. 6 — August 1957   Greetings From the New Executive UDC
                                                                    1 Information               by William N. Papove, Peter S.—
                                                                                                                              Faminow
923   Vol. 4, no. 6 — August 1957   Impressions of My Visit to the 4 Feature Report
                                                                    Soviet Union                by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
924   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957The Record Album                0 Review                    by Peter S. Bludoff           —
925   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957For Greater Things            1 Poetry Corner              by Mary B. Millar             —
926   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957So What If We Are Different? 2 Editorial                   by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
927   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Dasha                         2 Humour                     by Peter S. Faminow           —
928   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Banff Workshop in Inter-Group Relations — 4th annual
                                                                  3 Feature                    by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
929   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Many Guests at Annual Peace6Day    News From BC            by                            —
930   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Government Approves Fourth 6 News From BC
                                                                  Interim Report on Allotment of Doukhobor Lands in BC
                                                                                               by                            —
931   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Case Adjourned for Supreme Court Decision BC
                                                                  7 News From                  by                            —
932   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Sons of Freedom Plans to Emigrate Termed a BC
                                                                  7 News From Seasonal Affair  by                            —
933                                                               Parents — Bennett
      Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Son's Children Release Up to 7 News From BC                by Canadian Press             —
934   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Declaration Day Celebrations HeldNews From BC
                                                                  7                            by                            —
935   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Electrical Service Comes to Slocan Valley
                                                                  7 News From BC               by                            —
936   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Three Months Search Brings No Trace of Missing Plane
                                                                  8 News From BC               by                            —
937   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957USCC Choir Performs Before 8 News From BC
                                                                  1,200 Kiwanis                by                            —
938   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Atomic Weather                8 Poetry Corner              by Amy Merz                   —
939   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Scholarship to Student        8 News From Sask.            by                            —
940   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Press Reports Misrepresent New DenverFrom Sask.
                                                                  8 News Visit                 by                            —
941   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957Creative Approach Needed to 9 News From USA
                                                                  British Columbia's Sons of Freedom Truancy Problem
                                                                                               by                            —
942   Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957In the Land of the Grasshopper Song, by Mary Ellicott Arnold and Mabel Reed
                                                                 10 Book Reviews               by Edith Reeves Solenberger   —
943   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Mirror For Man; The Relation of Anthropology to Modern Life, by Clyde Kluckholn
                                                                  0 Book Reviews               by Edith Reeves Solenberger   —
944   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Keep An Open Mind              2 Editorial                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
945   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 This and That                  2 Editorial                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
946   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Dasha                          2 Humour                     by Peter S. Faminow           —
947   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Pa-Ulitsum-Un                  3 Column                     by Peter S. Faminow           —
948   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Frustrations of Youth          4 Opinion                    by Norman Rebin               —
949   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Travelogue — 1. A Good Samaritan in Vienna
                                                                  6 Travelogue                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
950   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 $100 to The Inquirer           7 Letters to the Editor      by Nick N. Kalmakoff          —
951   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Variety is the Spice of Life   7 Letters to the Editor      by Peter F. Chernoff          —
952   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Tenets of Faith Must Have Evolved
                                                                  7 Letters to the Editor      by John A. Popoff             —
953   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Tolstoi Not Respected by Lenin Says Writer the Editor
                                                                  7 Letters to                 by Esme Wynne-Tyson           —
954   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 A Pacifist Planning Conference to be Held in December
                                                                  8 News From BC               by                            —
955   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Judgment Reserved in FreedomiteNews From BC
                                                                  8     Appeal                 by                            —
956   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Two Sons' Children Committed to School
                                                                  9 News From BC               by                            —
957   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 First Doukhobor Ceremony in 9 News From Sask. Home by
                                                                  Saskatoon Community                                        —
958   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 Saskatchewan Doukhobor Youth Prepare Excursion to British Columbia
                                                                  9 News From Sask.            by                            —
959   Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957 New Executive Chosen for Saskatoon Student Sask.
                                                                 10 News From Group            by                            —
960   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Books for Children at Christmas orBook ReviewsTime
                                                                  0     at any Other           by Edith Reeves Solenberger   —
961   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Creative Expression Needed in Our Age
                                                                  2 Editorial                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
962   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Dasha                           2 Humour                 by Peter S. Faminow           —
963   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Pa-Ulitsum — Non Violence 3 Column                       by Peter S. Faminow           —
964                                                                 of Travelogue
      Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Travelogue — 2. Impressions 4 the Soviet Union and its People
                                                                                             by Nick W. Sherstobitoff      —
965   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 The' Christmas Gift             5 Information            by Jim Kalmakoff              —
966   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 In Appreciation                 6 Letters to the Editor  by D. V. Gokhale              —
967   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Anthropology Should be Taught in Letters to the Editor
                                                                    6 High Schools           by Dayle Lowry                —
968   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Desires Pen Pals                6 Letters to the Editor  by W. Sandig                  —
969   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 As Long as it Discusses Those Burning Issues Editor
                                                                    6 Letters to the         by Frances S. Faminow         —
970   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 What Are Doukhobors             6 Letters to the Editor  by C. Roosenschoon-Mulder     —
971   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Schedule Set as Several Doukhobor Youth Prepare for Excursion to BC
                                                                    6 News From Sask.        by                            —
972   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Law Student Receives ScholarshipNews From Sask.
                                                                    7                        by                            —
973   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Artist Contributes to National Award
                                                                    7 News From Sask.        by                            —
974   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 First Tea and Sale in Community Home Termed 'Very Successful'
                                                                    7 News From Sask.        by                            —
975   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Festivals and Peace Day Topic of Regional Meeting
                                                                    7 News From Sask.        by                            —
976   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Speeches Presented at Official Opening From Sask. Home
                                                                    8 News of Community      by                            —
977   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Proceeds to The Inquirer From Evening Programme
                                                                    8 News From Alberta      by                            —
978   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Doukhobors Asked to Contribute to CentennialBC
                                                                    8 News From Programme by                               —
979   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Peter Verigin III Death Reported inNews From BC
                                                                    8   Russia               by                            —
980   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 Seminar for Youth and Schools forNews From BC at Union of Youth Convention
                                                                    9   Adults Proposed      by                            —
981   Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957 School Issue May go to Supreme Court of Canada
                                                                    9 News From BC           by                            —
982   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Personality, by David C. McClelland
                                                                    0 Book Reviews           by Edith Reeves Solenberger   —
983   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Dasha                           1 Humour                 by Peter S. Faminow           —
984   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957From the Editor                 2 Editorial              by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
985   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957 the Year 1958
                                    On                              2 Opinion                by Olga Biryukov              —
986   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Man and His Conscience          3 Script                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
987   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Young Adult Tour of Western Canada
                                                                    8 Feature                by Inquirer                   —
988   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Have You Ever?                 13 Poetry Corner          by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
989   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Inspiration                    13 Poetry Corner          by Koozma J. Tarasoff         —
990   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Tolstoi, The Prophet           14 Feature                by Esme Wynne-Tyson           —
991   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Non-Violence Conference        15 News From BC           by Peter S. Faminow           —
992   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Group Visits Krestova as Sons Send Delegates to Russia by
                                                                   15 News From Sask.                                      —
993   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Several Choirs Participate in ProgrammeFrom Sask.
                                                                   16 News                   by                            —
994   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Proceeds of Tea For Kitchen Facilities From Sask.
                                                                   16 News                   by Dianna Shukin              —
995   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Third Annual Meeting Held 16 News From Sask.             by                            —
996   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Friends Send Resolution to UN Urging Disarmament
                                                                   16 News from USA          by                            —
997   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Mithras: The Fellow in the Cap 7 Letters to the Editor
                                                                   1                         by Esme Wynne-Tyson           —
998   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957Former Staff Member of Free17 LettersWrites Editor
                                                                   Age Press to the          by Stanley Carlyle Potter     —
 999   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957  Peace Witness Needs Encouragement to the Editor
                                                                    17 Letters                by Carl Erickson             —
1000   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957 Freedom of Religion in Russia Letters toWriter
                                       No                           17 Believes the Editor    by Esme Wynne-Tyson          —
1001   Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957 Belgium School Teacher Writes Letters to the Editor
                                       A                            18                        by V. Cotton                 —
1002   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 She Never Hurries. Take a LessonOf Human Cat
                                                                     0    From the Interest   by Lynn M. Watkins           —
1003   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Brotherhood Is More Than a Reminder
                                                                     2 Editorial              by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1004   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Censorship Comes to South AfricaEditorial
                                                                     2                        by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1005                                                                 Hikers Rally
       Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Travelogue — 3. International 4 Travelogue               by Winnifred Horkoff         —
1006   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Everyman's Path to Peace        5 Poetry Corner          by Winifred G. Toby          —
1007   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Doukhobor Panorama in 19576 Feature                      by Inquirer                  —
1008   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Letter to Time Magazine        11 Response to Time MagazineKoozma J. Tarasoff
                                                                                              by                           —
1009   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 If I But Were                  12 Poetry Corner          by John A. Popoff            —
1010   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Free Choice                    12 Poetry Corner          by Hugh Hardyman             —
1011   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 More on Freedom of Religion 12 Russia to the Editor
                                                                    in Letter                                              —
                                                                                              by P. E. (Anonymous in Alberta)
1012   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Author of Uncommon Sense Writes12 Letter to the Editor   by Di Paola                  —
1013   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Language Difficulties and the 13 Letter to the Editor
                                                                    Play                      by Frances Savinkoff         —
1014   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Thou Shalt Do No Murder        13 Letter to the Editor   by George G. Hadikin         —
1015   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 International Responsibility and Our Religious Heritage
                                                                    14 Opinion                by Edith Reeves Solenberger —
1016   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Choir Sponsors Amateur Night   14 News From Sask.        by Betsy Popoff              —
1017   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Student Receives Scholarship For News From Sask.
                                                                    14 Study in France        by                           —
1018   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Captures Honors in Oratory Test News From Sask.
                                                                    15                        by                           —
1019                                                                15 News to be held June 29by July 5
       Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Banff Workshop in Inter-Group RelationsFrom Alberta       —                           —
1020   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Verigin Died in 1942           15 News From BC           by                           —
1021   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Eli Popoff New School Board 15 News From BC
                                                                    Member                    by                           —
1022   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 Stated Briefly                 15 Stated Briefly         by Friends World Committee —
1023   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 The Russians, by Alex Percow   16 Book Reviews           by William P. Sherstobitoff  —
1024   Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958 UDC Spokesman Refutes Statements Made inBC Vancouver Sun
                                                                    17 News From the          by                           —
1025   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 of Continuous Publication
                                       Four Years                    2 Editorial              by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1026   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Our Parliamentary2 Editorial
                                       Revision of                   System Needed?           by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1027   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       World Conference Against A and H Bombs thebe Held in Japan Kaoru Yasui
                                                                     3 Letter to to Editor    by in August                 —
1028   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       Excerpts From Letters         3 Letter to the Editor   by Beatrice Bradley          —
1029   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       Excerpts From Letters         3 Letter to the Editor   by Peter Harry Nahornoff     —
1030   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       Excerpts From Letters         3 Letter to the Editor   by J. Passmore Elkinton      —
1031   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       Excerpts From Letters         3 Letter to the Editor   by Peggy E. Lowell           —
1032   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       Amish Problem in the USA Similar Letter to of Freedom
                                                                     3   to Sons the Editor   by Ernest A. Webbe           —
1033   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958to See Beyond
                                       The Vision                    4 Anniversary Greetings by William N. Papove          —
1034   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Nadeozhda (on the streets of hope)
                                       Pa-Ulitsum                    5 Column                 by Peter S. Faminow          —
1035   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                       Nature's Blessing             6 Poetry Corner          by John A. Popoff            —
1036   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        These Words                    6 Poetry Corner           by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1037   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        To The Inquirer On Its Fourth Anniversary
                                                                       7 Anniversary Greetings by Olga Biryukov               —
1038   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Years of Peace NewsOrganizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 11
                                        Twenty-Two                     8                         by Hugh H. Brock             —
1039                                                                  10 Organizations                                        —
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 1958.Characteristics and Concerns and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 12
                                        Pacifism of                                              by Arlo Tatum
1040   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Building a Bridge11 Poetry Corner
                                        An Old Man                                               by Anonymous                 —
1041                                    Keep 1958
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - MarchPlowing Ahead             11 Poetry Corner           by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1042                                                                  12 Organizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 12
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 United States Objectors
                                        CCCO Aids                                                by Lyle Tatum                —
1043   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 and Society
                                        The Lawyer                    13 Feature                 by Nick W. Sherstobitoff     —
1044                                    Reminiscences of V. G. TchertkoffOrganizations and Peoples Working for a Warless World— 13
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958                     14 and the Russian Colony Near Christchurch, Potter
                                                                                                 by Stanley Carlyle England   —
1045   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        Dasha                         15 Humour                  by Peter S. Faminow          —
1046   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 in USSR
                                        Doukhobors                    16 Feature                 by William Chutskov          —
1047   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Future by a Student Anniversary Greetings by Norman Rebin
                                        A View of the                 19                                                      —
1048   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        The Challenge to Better Our Social Order
                                                                      20 Anniversary Greetings by William A. Soukoreff        —
1049                                    Belief 1958
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March is Empty Without Practice Information
                                                                      22                         by Wallace Hancock           —
1050                                    Panel 1958
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Discussion Curtailed re: Folk Singing Sask.
                                                                      23 News From               by Inquirer                  —
1051   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        Historical Drawings of Local Artist Displayed atSask.
                                                                      24 News From Art Centre by                              —
1052                                    Norm 1958
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Rebin Wins Douglas TrophyNews From Sask.
                                                                      25                         by                           —
1053   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 in Doukhobor Movement Traced by Speaker by Annual Banquet
                                        Students Role                 25 News From Sask.         at                           —
1054   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Nation-Wide Nonviolence Conference
                                        Date Set for                  27 News From BC            by                           —
1055                                    Youth 1958
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March Prepares For Festival in Grand Forks BC
                                                                      27 News From               by                           —
1056   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Choir Appears on TV News From BC
                                        USCC Male                     27                         by                           —
1057   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        Quarter Million Dollars Voted for Doukhobor Affairs
                                                                      27 News From BC            by                           —
1058                                    Sons 1958
       Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - Marchof Freedom Getting Ready to Migrate to Russia?
                                                                      27 News From BC            by                           —
1059   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958
                                        Women Donate $350 to Hospital News From BC
                                                                      28                         by                           —
1060   Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958 Paul Voykin
                                        New Post for                  28 News From Sask.         by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix —
1061   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958Next Issue of the Inquirer? Editorial
                                        The                            2                         by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1062                                    An Important Natural Resource — Opinion
       Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958                           2 the Mind                by Canadian student in USA —
1063   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        A Tribute to the Forthcoming Western Canadian-American Nonviolence Conference
                                                                       2 Editorial               by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1064                                    Nuclear Disarmament — An Answer to Those Who Opposeby Philip Toynbee
       Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958                           3 Opinion                  it                          —
1065   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 the Editor
                                        From                           3 Notice                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1066   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Conference on Peace Through Nonviolence
                                                                       4 Feature                 by Mildred Fahrni            —
1067   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        A Decision                     5 Poetry Corner           by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1068   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Wonder, Wonder Everywhere 5 Poetry Corner                by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1069   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Education in the USSR6 Feature
                                        Higher                                                   by M. Zubko                  —
1070   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Distractions                  15 Poetry Corner           by Koozma J. Tarasoff        —
1071   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Try a Different Method 16 Opinion
                                        Let's                                                    by Hugh Herbison             —
1072   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Rule in Honolulu
                                        Golden                        17 News Here and There by                               —
1073   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 of Freedom and Their Proposed Migration to USSR by Inquirer
                                        Sons                         18 Feature                                               —
1074   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Annual Convention of UDC Set forFrom6 and 7
                                        Tenth                        23 News July BC               by                         —
1075   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Singing, One-Act Plays & Speeches Highlight USCC Youth Festival
                                                                     23 News From BC               by                         —
1076   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        All Doukhobor Choir to Perform at News From BC
                                                                     23 Nonviolence Conference by                             —
1077   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        To Satisfy Curiosity, George Strukoff Spent Two Years BuildingGrand Forks Gazette
                                                                     24 News From BC               by a Telescope             —
1078   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 of Freedom Group Still PlansNews From Sask.
                                        Sons                         24    to Emigrate Abroad      by                         —
1079   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 P. Relkoff New Manager News From BC
                                        Sergei                       25                            by                         —
1080   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Awards on Graduation 25 News From Sask.
                                        More                                                       by                         —
1081                                    Three                        26 Good, Too Late, and Who's Jack Thief
       Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Poems: Hidden Good — NoPoetry Corner                  by The Greenhill           —
1082   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958Conference on Nonviolence Letters to the Editor
                                        The                          27                            by Robert Boyd             —
1083   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Bulgarian Vegetarians Send Greetings
                                                                     27 Letters to the Editor      by Slav Delkinov           —
1084   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 People Not Satisfied to Rest on Laurels of the Past by Peter R. Samaroden
                                        Young                        27 Letters to the Editor                                 —
1085   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Time Nor Leisure
                                        Neither                      28 Letters to the Editor      by Staff Member            —
1086   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Professor Gusev Writes to Bulgarian Vegetarians
                                                                     28 Letters to the Editor      by Dan Evanoff             —
1087   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Magazine Simply Shocking 28 Letters to the Editor          by Andrew Philipow         —
1088   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Questions On Religion        28 Letters to the Editor      by Harold Popoff           —
1089   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Commendation, Not Condemnation
                                                                     29 Letters to the Editor      by Polly & Marge           —
1090   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Wonderful Contribution       29 Letters to the Editor      by Hugh Herbison           —
1091   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Writers Invite You
                                        Allied                       29 Letters to the Editor      by Dr. Belle S. Mooney     —
1092                                    Dasha
       Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 — a satire by Dashinsin0 Humour
                                                                     3                             by Peter S. Faminow        —
1093   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958
                                        Evolution For Beginners, by Michael Byrom
                                                                     31 Book Reviews               by Nick W. Sherstobitoff   —
1094   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 is Limitless
                                        Love                         31 Opinion                    by Vinoba Bhave            —
1095   Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958 Review
                                        Record                       32 Record Review              by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
1096   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 1 Editorial
                                        The Inquirer                                               by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
1097   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 1 Editorial
                                        The World                                                  by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
1098   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 1 Editorial
                                        Here and There                                             by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
1099   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 1 Humour
                                        Dasha                                                      by Peter S. Faminow        —
1100   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 2 Letters to the Editor
                                        Italian Professor Desires Exchange                         by Riccardo Selvi          —
1101   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 2 Letters to the Editor
                                        Creative Work Cannot be Stopped                            by D. N. Hartman           —
1102                                    Union of South Africa 1958 2 Letters to
       Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September Awaits Social Worker the Editor        by Charles Frantz          —
1103   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 Issue Letters to the Editor
                                        Comments on Anniversary       2                            by Edward Bernstein        —
1104                                    Wrongly Understood, 1958 3
       Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September Says Writer Letters to the Editor      by Olga Biryukov           —
1105   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 3 America to the Editor
                                        Acknowledgement From Central Letters                       by Ing. Piero Gatty        —
1106   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 3 Letters to the Editor
                                        Supports Pacifist Stand                                    by H. F. Fox               —
1107   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 3 Letters to the Editor
                                        Thanks From a Poet                                         by Jack Greenhill          —
1108   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 Peace Letters to the Editor
                                        Vegetarian Way For World 3                                 by D. V. Gokhale           —
1109   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 Training
                                        A Busy Week of Leadership 3 Feature                        by Koozma J. Tarasoff      —
1110   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 4 Nonviolence calls for Pacifist Foreign Policy
                                        Conference on Peace Through        News From BC          by Inquirer                    —
1111   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 5 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by J. K. Friesen               —
1112   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 5 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Peter S. Faminow            —
1113   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 5 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Peter Koopan                —
1114   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 5 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Peter S. Bludoff            —
1115   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 5 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Lawrence E. Osachoff        —
1116   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by John J. Relkoff             —
1117   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Eli A. Popoff               —
1118   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by William A. Soukoreff        —
1119   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by John Stevenson              —
1120   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Helen Stevenson             —
1121   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by David Petrovitch Miloserdoff—
1122   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by James Bates                 —
1123   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Alec Reiben                 —
1124   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by E. Potter                   —
1125   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by W. G. Black                 —
1126   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Fran Dubois                 —
1127   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by T. P. Karpoff               —
1128   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Steve S. Faminow            —
1129   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 6 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Ralph Victor                —
1130   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 7 News From BC
                                        Gems of Thought From Conference                          by Stanley T. Shaw             —
1131   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 7 News From BC Says Spokesman at Doukhobor Convention
                                        Nonviolence Conference Most Difficult Undertaking,       by Inquirer                    —
1132   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 Special School, Says Doukhobor Report on New Denver
                                        Release Children; Establish 7 News From BC               by                             —
1133   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 8 Parade From BC
                                        Outstanding Float in Centennial News                     by                             —
1134   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 8 News From BC of Freedom Migration Plans
                                        Federal and Provincial Governments Agree on Sons         by                             —
1135   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 9 News FromAffairs Formed
                                        Citizens' Committee on Doukhobor-Canadian BC             by                             —
1136   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 9 News From BC
                                        USCC Probe Land and Leadership Issue                     by                             —
1137   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 10 American Conference on Peace Through Nonviolence
                                        Committee Recommends North News From BC                  by                             —
1138                                    100th Anniversary of 1958 10 Verigin
       Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-SeptemberBirth of P. V. News From BC           by                             —
1139   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 11 Feature
                                        Doukhobors and Sons of Freedom Discriminated by Press, Two Month Study Reveals
                                                                                                 by Koozma J. Tarasoff          —
1140   Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958 12 Report
                                        Report of the Press of British Columbia Regarding Doukhobor and 'SonsJ. Tarasoff News
                                                                                                 by Koozma of Freedom'          —
Summary
Freedom of thought is essential to growth and development
It is our hope that this periodical will give group expression to Doukhobor young people, act as a clearing house for exchange of ideas, and be a bond of unity among its
Foresees the seeds of peace being nurtured and transplanted from continent to continent.
Correspondence course in Russian promoted at U of Sask.
Part one of 1952 report deals with contemporary situation.
Resume of proceedings of UYD convention: Andrew Gleboff, chairman; constitution will be drafted Alberta meeting; editors chosen and new journal will be launched.
Report of the Saskatoon Group of Doukhobor students and others on their program of better understanding themselves so as promote a deeper feeling of brotherhood a
Beware of our emotions when we disagree with those people who disagree with us.
While making fantastic scientific advances, humanity has sunk to a new low in spiritual understanding and attainment of the brotherhood of man. There exists a spiritual
I am glad to welcome the appearance of the Doukhobor Inquirer. It is long overdue. There has been a crying need for such a medium among our young people for a lon
The twelve months just concluded have been a period of continued uneasiness in our relations with the Sons of Freedom … heightened during the past four months by
Summary of second part by Koozma J. Tarasoff on: Backgrounds of the problems and recommendations and the economic history of the Doukhobors.
These quotations from English poets are not exactly applicable to us as Pacifists, but it is the material that we mostly have at hand, and what we are familiar with. It was
I am proud that the youth of Saskatchewan Doukhobors have decided to publish a newspaper as it is not only timely, but long overdue…
There is a Spanish proverb: Truth marries nobody. Only once in a while do we catch a trace of her delicate perfume, and long to know where she lives
An idea for the 1954 convention of the Union of Young Doukhobors of Canada
Prepared by the Central Committee for COs of Philadelphia
Become educated so as not to become prey to exploitation.
The response of The Inquirer 'is encouraging beyond our expectations'.
The news of publishing a new Doukhobor Journal was highly disturbing and exciting to my intellect….Will it live up to the basic demand of truth, or will it succumb to the
We as pacifists are to shoulder new and newer responsibilities….We do not desire to side politically either with the Russian group of nations or the American one. We h
The conscientious objector has always stood as a most difficult challenger of the political state's claim to absolute authority over its citizens.
Classic questions asked to conscientious objectors to war.
Fixed ideas of the ascetic medieval church restricted human development.
Report on the choir and language program in the Kootenays.
And now, my friends, you The Union of Young Doukhobors of Saskatoon district. It seems to me that none of you know what Doukhobor means. How could you all even
Debating gives training in effective leadership.
A publication from the Doukhobor "intelligentsia" of the prairies has been expected, because you have the mental and educational capabilities to carry on the work comm
This summary reviews the economic situation amongst the Doukhobors in BC, exemption from military service, work in the Kootenays, and the problem of distribution a
The author, a Vancouver lawyer, plays word games about 'the thing speaks for itself'.
Continued from the last issue, the article deals with dues, government, meetings, quorum, and elections.
Confidence in science is due to its rigor in searching for evidence that is accurate, universal and repeatable.
As Doukhobors we have failed to preserve the legacy of our ancestors.
Continued from last issue, it deals with elections, fiscal year, committees and groups, banking and signing officers, order of business, amendments.
The reviewer criticizes the authors for simplistic cure-all in focusing on the zealots at the expense of the Doukhobors. Accuracy of data questioned.
These unofficial Minutes, part one, include comments by Dr N.A.M. MacKenzie, Gordon Wismer, Harry B. Hawthorn, Colonel Mead, Emmett Gulley, Mr Shirras, Dr Wrig
If man, the most destructive creature on earth, is to survive, he must wake up and seek a peaceful solution or else be doomed.
The author, a Saskatchewan educator, raises the question of what constitutes being a Doukhobor. What is our attitude to government and education, as well as to pacif
The author, coeditor, salutes the sponsors and all participants of the annual Youth Festival in BC, 'a milestone on the road to progress'.
An invitation to attend the combined conventions of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada and the Union of Young Doukhobors to be held in Lundbreck, Alberta July 4-5.
Report on the 7th annual Youth Festival of the USCC held in Grand Forks and Castlegar, BC in May. Youth groups from 24 different communities gathered with song an
Report on a short tour by Soviet performing artists across Canada. Purpose of cultural exchanges: to develop understanding across boundaries.
This Alberta Doukhobor teacher agrees with modern education, but condemns taking zealot children from their parents and forcing them to receive formal education in t
The coeditor highlights the importance of this convention with possible resolutions on: constitution, cultural and educational programs, scholarships as incentives, Man a
Proposed name: The Union of Young Doukhobors of Canada.
Oracle of the Kootenays says: 'There are more fools in Canadian Universities than in any other schools.'
This is lengthy treatise with speeches by John J. Verigin, Mr Abrosimoff and Stefan Sorokin with special focus on the zealots.
This summary deals with the findings of Claudia Lewis on early childhood training and its effect on personality characteristics and psychological problems.
Coeditor explains the purpose of organizations coming together for the pursuit of common interests.
The coeditor stresses that the search for truth is important no matter what the risk. The journal could promote cultural, educational and religious activities so as to encou
A report of the youth meeting held May 30, 1954, the Executive presents a Preamble of the Constitution of the Union of Young Doukhobors to be brought forward at the
The President of the Union of Youth Doukhobors sends a message of goodwill to the delegates. States that the Spirit of God is present in the soul of man and directs him
The author speaks about Lundbreck, Alberta, the site of the Doukhobor convention, and the place where he was born. The locals reveal an example of cooperative livin
As secretary of the Union of Young Doukhobors, the author seeks to stir up interest and awaken the possibilities of our young people.
Proposed agenda of the Doukhobor youth convention July 4-5, 1954 in Lundbreck, Alberta.
Nine Doukhobor delegates visited Russia at the invitation of the Slavic Committee (USSR) and the cultural organization of the 300 year union of Russia with Ukraine. Me
Alfred Shulman, psychiatrist, sees passivity as a problem. Presents nine recommendations. Recommends a middle path.
The traditional peace holiday of June 29th marks the day that Russian Doukhobors burnt their firearms in 1895. This event is a reminder that violence to our fellow being
In this report, speakers include Anton Kalesnikoff, Stefan Sorokin, Col Mead, Dr N.A.M. MacKenzie, Bill Markin, Joe Podovinikoff, Mr Stevens, John J. Verigin, Mr Wrig
The excerpt comes from a Constitution of Union of Young Doukhobors as introduced at a convention in Blaine Lake, Sask. June 28-29, 1952.
A spoof on the zealot leader Stefan S. Sorokin.
Poor grey eyes.
An evaluation and critique of the convention proceedings of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada in Lundbreck, Alberta
Goodwill wishes to the success of the 6th convention of the UDC.
One of the actions decided upon was to select the most important sections of the Doukhobor Book of Life and translate them into the English language. A radio program
Dasha has crashed the Doukhobor barrier.
Performing in both Russian and English languages, Paul has appeared on radio, concerts, festival, banquets, and in churches. Suggests Canada-wide choir tours to rev
The former private secretary of Peter V. Verigin condemns the practice of worshipping leaders as if they were bestowed the status of Saints and Semi-Gods. Urges The
The hamlet is always a place of drab distaste and boredom, yet it is most rich, most beautiful, and most welcome.
The clash of the Old Guard with the new highlights the strain of creeping disintegration and nonconformist inquiry.
Speakers include Stefan S. Sorokin, Miss Leigh, Stuart Jamieson, Hugh Herbison, Mr Gower, John J. Verigin and Joe Podovinikoff. The group is dealing with continuing
Due to pressure of studies at University of Saskatchewan, Nick W. Sherstobitoff steps down as co-editor, leaving his colleague Koozma as editor.
The proposed pamphlet would help dispel misconceptions between Doukhobors and fanatics.
William G. Dixon, Professor of Social Work, analyzes the relationship between government and the Doukhobors of BC. Cites the arguments against the extension of the
There is no such thing as a perfect or master race.
At this first Leadership Conference for young adults in inter-group relations, held in Banff, Alberta, August 22-28, one of the main resource persons was Dr. Harry B. Haw
The USCC Youth Choir of Grand Forks, BC visited the prairie provinces in 1951 and has recorded a vinyl record of hymns and songs in the Russian language.
An Alberta educator says that the acceptance of education implies the acceptance of both continuity and change.
Let other people use music, but Doukhobors should not include it with theirs.
A Saskatchewan teacher contends that a culture has a background of tradition, not something dreamed up overnight.
This Blaine Lake (Sask.) thinker says that Doukhobor culture is elusive and intangible and this has allowed them to survive the attacks of temporal and church authoritie
Modernization of our culture is good, but only if it is appropriate. But dancing it out, says this Executive member of the UDC.
This Union of Youth member of the USCC agrees with adding music to our songs.
Our culture needs to be modernized if we want our young people to stay with it.
Doukhobors would not be Doukhobors if they had musical accompaniment with their singing, just as Doukhobors would not be Doukhobors if they had guns.
I think that we should not modernize our culture. Doukhobors have to be different — that is why he is called a Doukhobor. We are modern a present. All we need is to cu
Doukhobor culture is very similar to others, yet it is different, and not a toy to play with. Disagrees with having singing accompanied with music in this rare culture.
Let us not try to modernize our culture, but preserve our old principles and ideals for which our forefathers suffered some three hundred years back.
The UDC executive supports the petition to prohibit the production and testing of atomic and hydrogen weapons.
Three resolutions: reduce nudity infraction to six months; rescind arson crimes where feasible; set up process of rehabilitation. Former Member of Parliament Mr. Steve
Impressed by the trio William Salin, Fred Zibin and Frank Konkin.
I greet The Doukhobor Inquirer and hope and trust that it will illuminate humanitarian ideals and uphold the truth in the world. Translated from Russian.
The author, resident of Grand Forks, BC, criticizes the journal for publishing S.F. Reibin's critique of Doukhobor leaders. You will not receive moral and financial support
Leaders without support of the people would amount to nothing. Prophesy is a figment of ones imagination. Ritual is not important, but behaviour is. Truth is relative and
William G. Dixon, Professor of Social Work, analyzes public administration and the Doukhobor community, while Charles A. Rowles, Associate Professor of Soils, UBC,
Stop war and you stop the horror of killing children (obviously an reference to the slaughter in Vietnam).
A plea to keep this country free from discrimination, fear and need.
A spoof on name changes of the zealots.
Many wars and disputes in the world have been fought because men failed to understand one another. More knowledge is needed to widen one's outlook along with a s
Author resigns as president of the Union of Young Doukhobors because he is moving to work in northern Alberta. He says: It is interesting how much an audience can b
Music just would not go with our singing.
Music should not accompany Doukhobor singing.
This Vancouver Doukhobor disputes the notion that Canadian Doukhobors had they been in the USSR during World War II would have taken up arms. Response: This
This interior BC Doukhobor argues that migration to Russia is a valid option.
This Saskatchewan native suggests The Inquirer publish a series of stories for ages 12 to 17 for the purpose of enticing their interest.
I do not agree with the editor that Doukhoborism is universal and has no language barriers. Christianity and pacifism, yes. But Doukhoborism belongs solely to the Douk
Contends Spiritual Leaders revived and uplifted their followers. Claims Stefan S. Sorokin was a born leader, not an imposter.
Commenting on Anton Kalesnikoff's letter, we are not trying to disillusion him. Our opinion is that Sorokin did not come but was sent. Our study reveals that their leader
The stimulus of the heart and the mind are important ingredients for success.
A tribute to young Johnnie Sirota a farmer in Asquith, Sask., in being awarded the most gentlemanly player in the Saskatoon and District Junior Baseball League.
Let our visions for the future be clear and progressive. We are not attempting to change that which is good. We are striving to develop an open mind, broaden our know
Participants in this secret discussion include: Harry B. Hawthorn (assistant chairman), John J. Verigin, Stefan S. Sorokin, Emmett Gulley, Mr Stevens, Mr Wright, Anton
This feature is a summary of a lecture given by Dr Robert Paton (Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Sask.). Transition from custom to law takes place whe
Originally printed in 'The Challenge', Vancouver, BC. Lawyer Faminow feature focuses on: the battle of the Kootenays, God dwells in man, Why Doukhobortsi came to C
The reviewer criticizes the author for creating more confusion about Doukhobor origins and leadership esp. that of whitewashing the gross transgressions of Peter V. Ve
The issue: Quaker Emmett Gulley was accused of using zealot John Lededoff as an assistant in creating dissention in the group and impeding the movement of S. S. S
Spoof of Sorokin: the sorcerer of Motevideo and the Pied Piper for the Kootenays whose magic flute failed.
The cumulative resources of the past and the present are vital for the development of ones culture. Each culture has something valuable to transmit and exchange to th
The agenda seeks clarification not only of the organizational structure of the Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ, but also a clear look at the basis of ones members
Complements The Inquirer for serving a great need.
We are already modernized. We have changed our culture. And every day we are changing more and more. To do otherwise is stagnation and doom.
As author, Soukoreff describes his 3-week trip to Russia as guest of the Slavonic Committee where he met Tolstoyans, Bonch-Bruevich, Chertkov, and some Russian D
The Secretary of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada suggests four areas of activity: Russian language schools, youth choirs, Sunday schools, and discussion and deba
Brief report on the first meeting of the 1954-55 term of UDC was held in Canora, Sask. on Nov. 7, 1954. Overspending by The Inquirer was questioned. Cooperation wit
This Bonch-Bruevich anthology on the Doukhobors, originally published in Russia in the early part of the century, was reprinted by the UDC in Winnipeg.
Discussion Guide was prepared for the 1954 Young Leaders Conference in Banff, Alberta.
This College of Education student at the University of Saskatchewan claims that lack of education contributes to loss of group membership. Knowledge is the food of the
A world youth gathering is planned for Vienna, Austria from Dec. 8-15, 1954. Purpose; to pursue common issues for better living conditions and working for a peaceful w
A plea for world peace and harmony.
Mildred Fahrni, Western Secretary of the Fellowship of Reconciliation addressed the Saskatoon Doukhobor Students' Group in Saskatoon on the way of life as the way
Andy Voykin of the Saskatoon Hilltops Junior Football Club received the most valuable player in the Western Canadian Junior Football League
The second meeting of the Consultative Committee on Doukhobors was held in Nelson, BC on December 15-16, 1950. A list of the membership is published. Sub-comm
The proposed agenda for the USCC Convention Oct. 30-31, 1954 dealt with money matters, membership, leadership, revision of relationship to the zealots, about the U
Report on a new bi-monthly publication in Russian called The Doukhobor Dawn, edited by Peter Malov of Thrums, BC.
The metaphor of the tuloup (Russian sheepskin coat) is used to unearth hypocrisy in our midst.
Christmas 1954 finds humanity confronted with the same problems as the problems of the time into which Christ was born.
Thanks to volunteers who helped with the publication and mailing of the journal.
The Kylemore Doukhobor Religious Society has purchased the Kylemore South School and moved it into town for use as Prayer Hall.
Doukhobors in the Langham district were given permission by the local school board to teach the Russian language in the Langham High School.
Ann Dahl of Pine Falls, Manitoba auditioned for television in the summer of 1954 in Winnipeg. She received her first singing and dancing experience in Saskatoon where
The ultimate weapon is Friendship. The rules of the Jungle Law require replacing.
Helpful hints for effective discussion.
Man writes his own parody.
Second meeting speakers: Emmett Gulley, Anton Kolesnikoff, Harry B. Hawthorn, Dr Wright, Mr Afflectk, Mr Shirras, and Dr N. A. M. MacKenzie (UBC president).
The author, an electrician from Salmo, BC, was born in Saskatchewan. Suggests we focus on the future as we work to preserve our culture.
This Manitoba resident describes her nostalgic life of prayer, song, and beauty in the place of her birth in Saskatchewan. Suggests a Doukhobor film is needed to prese
The author contends that Doukhobors came to Canada because of the efforts of spiritual leaders. Condemns S.F. Reibin for smearing the leaders.
In celebrating the new year, the editor hopes that humankind will shift its emphasis from violence and wars to a society based on respect for all peoples.
The recent move by Western powers to rearm Germany is a step away from peace.
The Editor writes that the USCC Convention resolution on Dec. 18-19, 1954 to have nothing in common with the Sons of Freedom may have done an injustice to thems
The Secretary of the UDC urges the readers to support The Inquirer on its one year anniversary.
Executive member of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada.
Executive member of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada.
On the 50th anniversary of Saskatchewan, the Editor urges its residents to actively participate in commemorating its pioneers.
On the Jubilee of Saskatchewan, the Editor urges the Doukhobors to commemorate its ancestors who settled on the prairies in 1899. Write, sing, display, and celebrate
Learn to handle your personal problems without getting overly upset. Strive for balance in life.
The Watson Doukhobors built their prayer home with volunteer labour in three weeks; 120 Doukhobors reside in the area.
Relocation Sub-Committee on Sons instructed reps to examine property. Sons claim 500 members. Recognition of births, marriages, and deaths.
Biographical notes on Joe Popoff (artist), Florence S. Faminow (nurse), Nick Semenoff (artist at CFQC-TV), Senator Horner (tribute to Doukhobors), Sam Antifaev (his
Remember, no men are strange, no countries are foreign.
Recalls the movement of Russian Doukhobors to Canada in 1899.
Strive for the best of the old and the new.
$16 sent to The Inquirer.
Cadet George Harelkin theorizes that Doukhobors and the Salvation Army have common origins. He is a student studying in Michigan for a Salvation Army mission post
Musical accompaniment was not approved by the Calgary Doukhobors. The Golden Rule is central. Russian schools will be opened in all districts where there are USCC
Suggests use of Doukhoboria as an alternative to other labels. Says that a democratic leader is essential — one who respects and upholds the will of the people, and no
Spirit-Wrestler' is ambiguous. 'Douk' is spirit and 'bor' is pine trees. Dasha loves Doukhobors, but disturbed by corruption and insincere behaviour.
A group of 15 zealot women appeal to the world to prevent the authorities from forcefully taking away their children because they are not regularly attending public schoo
The USCC prohibited its members from associating with Sons of Freedom. Also, the Convention decided to formally leave affiliation with the unity aims of the UDC, but
A human chain reaction takes place when an individual gives off the spirit of brotherhood.
Characteristics: universal, a medium of re-examination of problems and values, free and open forum, adventurous, sees new horizons, and a method to search for new
There is a destiny that makes us brothers because we do not live alone. Everyday provides opportunities to help others to live rather than just letting others live.
The journal contributes and can continue to contribute much that is desired by our scattered Doukhobor community. We need to support it fully.
The UDC letter to A. M. Nicholson, Member of Parliament, asks the leaders not to rearm Germany, but to consider nonviolence as the way of the future.
It seems incredible that nearly 2000 years after the birth of the Prince of Peace, so-called Christian countries are acting in such an un-Christian manner.
Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent: Past experiences have proven that wars brought nothing but grief and destruction to mankind, and should therefore be eliminated.
The President of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada congratulates The Inquirer on its first anniversary. It has served as a medium of exchange of constructive ideas.
A decision was made to expand the central library and publish a book of hymns, songs and psalms.
Praises the Union of Young Doukhobors and The Inquirer. Urges readers to subscribe.
As Executive Member of UDC, Walter Strukoff has had a varied career as carpenter, grain buyer, chairman of the Pelly Savings and Credit Union Credit Committee, and
Nick has served as local secretary of the Independent Doukhobors for six years and now is Secretary-Treasurer of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada.
As a farmer, Stanley has been active in the local community in choir and organizational work (currently Chairman of UDC).
It's love that binds us all in one.
Brotherhood week was first celebrated in 1948 by the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews.
Short news items: High School in Langham, Sask. has 17 students in Russian language class; Peter A. Sherstobitoff works as traffic clerk for Canadian Pacific Airlines;
Teacher in Brilliant, BC, urges parents to help their children in youth work and in education.
Harry W. Vereschagin was in Creston to teach singing.
The 30-member Grand Forks Orthodox Doukhobor Choir will make a two-week tour of Vancouver Island and the lower mainland in February. Sponsored by the Commu
John F. Stoochnoff attended the World Peace Conference in Stockholm, Sweden in November 18-23, 1954. People met to promote understanding and world peace.
The United Doukhobors of Alberta are sponsoring a raffle in an effort to finance the construction of their local community home.
Kamsack Branch of UDC is holding a tea to raise funds for The Inquirer.
Kamsack Doukhobors have asked to participate in the Jubilee celebrations of the province.
The Doukhobor Society of Saskatoon has received its charter under the Saskatchewan Benevolent Societies Act. The first trustees are: Alvin N. Meakin, Michael N. Pos
A Langham (Sask.) artist thanks readers for sending him pictures and ideas of early Doukhobor life in Canada, which he has used in his paintings.
The Blaine Lake Doukhobor Ladies Club, organized in 1947, helps with charity work.
This Blaine Lake elder questions the tone of Dasha as being 'unclean'. Suggests translation of the Book of Life from Russian to English.
The Crescent Valley, BC resident sees humour as a medium to show the presence or absence of truth and prejudice.
Believes that USCC members have no alternative but to cease communication with zealots who participate in violence.
The Vancouver, BC writer prefers the use of term 'Doukhoboria'.
This Detroit, Michigan writer uses Biblical arguments to persuade the zealot women to return to the peaceful ways of Jesus.
Canada's change in land policy combined with citizenship rules led to a major land rush in Saskatchewan in 1907.
An invitation to participate in the Fifth World Youth Festival of Youth and Students for Peace and Friendship to be held in Warsaw, Poland, July 31 — August 14, 1955.
Some 231 historical Doukhobor slides were shown to the public at the Langham Town Hall Feb. 11, 1955. William M. Chernoff, Secretary of the Blaine Lake Society of D
If a person has the interest and desire, there is nearly no limit to what he or she can achieve.
Dr. Albert Schweitzer: Now that we know what a terrible evil war is, we should neglect no effort to prevent it happening again.
Differences between Doukhobors and Christians. Questions the notion that Queen Victoria helped 1899 emigration. Meaning of citizenship.
A critique of pseudo social analysis, Sorokin, and migration.
Unconditional military exemption discussed. Attendance at public schools. Russian language teaching, arts and crafts. Zealots refuse school.
The United Nations Convention states that 'genocide, whether committed in time of peace or in time of war, is a crime under international law which they undertake to pr
Critique of zealot petitions re detention of children in New Denver. Petitions reveal clash between Gulley and Sorokin. Petitions misleading.
Translated from Russian by Peter S. Faminow of a manuscript by Count Peter Koltsoff who left Russia via Harbin, China and came to Vancouver. It explains why Doukh
Talented poet Ivan Sysoev recently advertised a Doukhobor hymn book that he plans to publish when sufficient money is received. Why not appeal to Doukhobor organ
The need for good education is important in our rapidly changing world.
Let us send our delegates to hold to the truth and steer towards the higher and broader goal of peace and brotherhood of all humankind.
The Doukhobor slide show was held in the Langham Town Hall, Sask.
Many portraits and pictures are scattered throughout the book with an appendix describing the rise and fall of Doukhobor singing.
This is a critique of The Inquirer's treatment of the zealot leader Sorokin and the taking of children away from their parents to New Denver, BC.
Mead of RCMP: Number of police in school raid was 60, not 200.
Author compliments The Inquirer with its new format.
The journal in English continues to be of value to the community.
On the 11th of February (1955), in the Langham Town Hall, I had the honor and privilege of showing picture slides of early Doukhobor life.' Early Doukhobors in Canada
Saskatchewan Arts Board purchases Bill Perehudoff's abstract painting 'Mother and Child'.
Church fathers in the 4th century invented mystical history to support personal power. Solution: free yourself from the church's hypnotism and intermediaries, and direct
The poem focuses on the folly of greed.
John J. Verigin asks the media to distinguish the USCC from other Doukhobor groups. Also he raises the issue of communal vs. individual structures in ones life.
Point of view on 'What is Man?' from professors of English, Physics, Philosophy, and Religion. Dr Paton: 'To understand man we must take man as he is in his physical,
Paul Markoff: there's prejudice and discrimination against BC Doukhobors who have no vote in the Kootenays and who cannot get electrical power service. Instead gove
On February 20th, a 30-member Union of Youth Choir visited Salmo with a program of singing, recitation, and discussions.
Singing and speeches in Kamsack, Saskatchewan featured the fundraising event for The Inquirer. A resolution was prepared opposing the rearming of Germany; messa
The Kamsack Branch of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada held a meeting on the question of unifying the Saskatchewan Doukhobors.
The origin of religion can never be known. It is shrouded in the haziness of the prehistoric age of man. All religions tend to develop into collectives leading to societal un
Translated from Russian and taken from the book entitled 'Doukhobors' by Pavel Biryukov, a collection of articles , memoirs, letters and other documents (1908). Origin
Lloyd Percival: Relaxation takes top priority in controlling any stress.
In view of the present crisis in this atomic age, world nations should consider a universal language as a medium of understanding. Esperanto is such a choice.
On Easter day in 1895 Mathew Lebedev and 10 Doukhobors in the Caucasus decided not to serve in the army of the Tsar. They laid down their arms, were arrested, an
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada. The Annual Convention is scheduled for Saskatoon, Sask., July 4th. Why has the USCC o
The Blaine Lake writer is impressed by three 78-RMP vinyl records by Doukhobors performing artists: Paul Chernoff in solo is accompanied by William Saliken
The Saskatoon Doukhobors sent a letter of grave concern to Lester B. Pearson, External Affairs Minister, Ottawa. They cite the danger of atomic weapons of mass dest
The Kamsack-Verigin Doukhobors met with Members of the Legislative Assembly in Regina on March 11th with an urgent message to protest all preparations for war. P
Grand Forks Choir returned home from a busy two-week tour of the BC coast. Met 16,000 people. Hosted in homes. The goodwill tour gave chance to counter unfavour
Notice of Annual Doukhobor Youth Festival to be held in Castlegar, BC April 30-May 1, 1955.
Announcement of a proposed choir tour of western Canada by a group from Brilliant, BC under the leadership of Harry W. Vereschagin.
A group of six Sons of Freedom women send a letter to Dorothy Starr, editor of The Canadian Friend, informing their opposition to Emmett Gulley and his supporters.
The USCC Choir of Grand Forks, BC performed to radio audiences for the first time on a coast-to-coast CBC broadcast. The performance was recorded in Vancouver d
Handicraft articles donated by the Slavic countries as a goodwill gesture to Canadians were displayed at the Ukrainian Labor Temple in Saskatoon, Sask. March 17.
The anonymous article of 1805 contains teachings that were presented by the Doukhobors when they were subversive and functioning as an underground movement. H
A quiet spring day has both symmetry and beauty.
Speakers included Stuart Jamieson, John J. Verigin, Mr C. E. Clay, William Dixon, Harry B. Hawthorn, and Dr N. A. M. MacKenzie.
Setting their religion on Christian and rationalistic basis, they proclaimed that the Kingdom of God is within us. They denounced all outward rites and dogmas.
Author of Vestnik describes his visit to a Russian colony of New Israelites in Uruguay and Argentina. Reveals that S. S. Sorokin has exploited the zealots.
Doukhobor students at U of Sask. in Saskatoon include Sam Chernoff, Joseph Fedosoff, Mac Peregoodoff, Elaine M. Polovnikoff, Annette Strelioff, Mac Pereverzoff, Al
Congratulates The Inquirer for revealing new knowledge.
The letter is in answer to Mr. Deakoff of Michigan. 'Bring our children back to our parents.'
The author complains that The Inquirer has not published his article on culture. The Editor rejected it for one or more reasons of being irrelevant, incoherent, libelous, vo
Players should control their tempers and strive to be true athletes.
Author contends that doing bad deeds will ultimately backfire.
Emmett Gulley has represented the Quakers for the past three years, but has been on the payroll of the BC Government.
Rapid development of science needs to be tempered with morality if we are to survive.
We cannot simultaneously plan for war and peace.'
I fully sympathize with and share your grave concern at the alarming threat of a nuclear war.'
The 8th Annual Doukhobor Youth Festival brought out record attendance of 2000 in Castlegar, BC.
Suggests symbols for Inquirer: Toil and Peaceful Life. The Welfare of All the World is Not Worth the Life of One Child.
Observes that Doukhobor heritage is closer with God than others.
Gives tribute to educated Lev N. Tolstoy for saving the Doukhobors.
Photo in Life Magazine Sept. 20, 1954 mixes up Elder Nick Fofonoff for Prince George.
Commissioner Arthur E. Lord schedules public meetings for land claims in BC.
Doukhobor youth attend 4-H competitions at Univ. of Sask. Smorgasbord supper has international flavour.
We need to improve our athletic and fitness standard with exercise, proper diet, rest, and a good mental attitude.
The author describes the role of Sylvan Kalesnikoff, Illarion Pobirohin, Savely Kapustin and Lukeria Kalmykova in Doukhobor history.
Start to build your philosophy by trusting your first-hand experience. Use your judgments as a landmark and guide, not as fixed points.
An ode to a vision of peace, friendship, and a future.
A 13-year-old from a small log cabin in Alberta won a world award for her poem.
Resolution: The media ought to use care to eliminate the word 'Doukhobor' from their news releases dealing with crime. Recognition of marriage in BC and Sask.
Advice for 7th UDC convention: Seek truth, balance, and well-organized resolutions.
Topics: well-defined aims and purpose; active membership; active youth; fees; The Inquirer.
Zealots: You have no right to occupy land without involving all Doukhobors who were in former CCUB.
All groups ought to cooperate in using the surplus fund for seniors homes, libraries, scholarships, seminars, and the promotion of the arts.
Pioneering qualities to celebrate are friendship, cooperation, courage, humbleness, and understanding.
The spirit of love, understanding, and the recognition of human dignity needs to be applied today.
Youth are urged to attend combined conference of Union of Young Doukhobors and UDC in Saskatoon July 3-4.
Issues at UDC conference: lack of interest of youth, inter-group relations, and our role in the world.
Items include: souls, death, theatre, decorations, shaving beards, smoking, survival, and language
The Letters to the Editor, Editorials, and Editorial comments received the highest ratings. Local news were approved also. Satire disapproved.
Royal commissioner Arthur E. Lord holds public hearings on the Doukhobor Lands Allotment Inquiry Act re 18,800 acres land in Kootenay-Boundary area.
Zealots strongly protest the abduction of 74 children to New Denver.
An acknowledgement to parents who sent a telegram to UN protesting abduction of their children in BC.
Land commission re-opens in Grand Forks, BC
Unfitness is a national disgrace causing absenteeism from work, injuries and fatigue and accidents.
Hardships shared on settlement, sod construction, working the land, hitching self to ploughs, and encounter with wolves.
Isn't it time for us to try for new and better life?
After the death of Lukeria Kalmykova in 1886, a major split occurred. Mathew Lebedov was arrested for ceasing to be a soldier. Peter V. Verigin was exiled.
Doukhobor marriage and ceremony officiated before bread, salt and water. Birth registration.
Adult educators from many groups met to learn the tools of communications and development.
Author sees need for Sunday School program for children as a way to instill interest in the future.
UDC has printed 200 draft mimeo copies of a book with 340 popular hymns for examination by delegates. Joe Popoff, artist, holds display in Saskatoon.
Russian folk songs recorded by Fred Ziben, Frank Konken and Alex Konken.
World leaders realize that we have to learn to live together or not live at all.
Einstein and eight other scientists signed an appeal to world leaders for an end to war lest humankind be destroyed by nuclear weapons.
Highlights of the 7th Convention of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada in Saskatoon. 15 resolutions passed: genocide, land, peace, Inquirer, Book of Life.
Cites J. S. Woodsworth as man of conscience in Parliament. Forefathers were saintly as well. UN on its 10th anniversary. Stop killing now.
On 60th anniversary of arms burning, Doukhobors reaffirm their stance for a non-killing society.
Salmo Doukhobors observed the 60th anniversary of the arms burning by their forefathers in Russia. Harry W. Vereschagin addressed theme.
An Open Letter protested the seizure of zealot children. Signed by seven mothers.
A second former zealot petition to the UN begs to hold a Human Rights Commission session on the plight of their children in New Denver.
2000 people gathered in the Canora Fair Grounds to commemorate the 1895 arms burning in Russia. Singing and costumes added colour.
Rain lowered attendance at annual Doukhobor peace day in Blaine Lake, Sask.
95-year-old Mr. Chutskoff was honoured at 60th anniversary of Doukhobor arms burning in Russia. Parade recalled the past.
Kamsack Doukhobors officially opened a Prayer Home on June 22nd. Size: 30 by 60 feet.
Everyone must renounce violent ways today if humankind is survive. Event was held in Langham at the Epp School grounds.
Doukhobors of Pelly, Sask. hosted peace day picnic with singing, speeches, musical numbers, and food.
Konkin praised Sask. on its 50th birthday and recognized the Doukhobor pioneers who burnt firearms in 1895 and settled in Canada in 1899. Hardships cited.
Salmo BC writer plans to visit Sask. In August.
Peter and Frances Faminow of Vancouver sent greetings to reaffirm the spirit of world brotherhood.
Writer affirms 60th anniversary of arms burning in Russia.
A Committee of zealot mothers appeal for help to free their 'kidnapped' children in New Denver.
The Canadian Slav Congress greets the Convention with a resolve to continue the struggle for peace on earth.
This Blaine Lake Sask. elder proposes: seek whereabouts of Peter P. Verigin in USSR, do not respect political parties, and build seniors homes.
Editor of Iskra reaffirms truth, freedom, strength in union and brotherly love.
Thirteen resolutions were passed, six rejected. Membership dues raised from 50 cents to $1.
Reports on The Inquirer, Doukhobor Book of Life printing, and singing tour. Inquirer budget is $1960.
Resolutions: publish hymn book; celebrate the Sask. and Alberta Jubilees; ban the bomb; promote peace for all; media to use care in reporting; choir tour; response to t
Exemption from military service explained. Zealot concerns explained by Vladimir Hanceroff about the forceful taking away of their children.
Breeze says: 'Strive for the best throughout the lands.'
Two outdoor clay and brick ovens built at the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon. Fresh bread a hit. Contributions of pioneers cited.
The Russian Canadian Youth Organization has a magazine, choir, dance group, sports program, film showings, debates, socials. Support peace.
Coexistence has taken a new meaning as a result of a world dominated by the shadow of nuclear war. We must have trust to survive together.
To become well adjusted citizens of the world, we need to work on improving our full potential.
Man has a balancing act to stay alive, overcome hate and violence, and work towards a sense of harmony in our Universe.
Peter tells the story of how sunflower seeds broke the ice when sunflower seeds were passed around to 18 young Soviet athletes.
Popular Russian folk and religious singer Paul Chernoff in Grand Forks died of a heart attack at age 33.
Close to 1500 people attended a meeting and picnic in Grand Forks in celebrating the USCC Declaration. Molokans, Quakers and others were visitors.
2500 came to pay tribute to Peter P. Konkin who drowned. Also hundreds came to the funeral of Peter Koftinow, a sawmill accident victim.
Sobranie in Blaine Lake honoured Dimitri S. Chuvahin, Soviet Ambassador to Canada. Choral singing followed. Question: delegation to Russia, Anna Markova, Peter P.
Alex Popoff, Sr. of Blaine Lake (father of Eli A. Popoff of BC) died in car collision. Deceased was born in Russia in 1876. Exiled to Siberia. Came to Canada in 1905.
Money raised from bread baking venture donated to The Inquirer.
Fred Ogloff's first attempt to swim Christina Lake foiled by strong currents. John Mahonin built brick oven in Yorkton for use at Pion-Era.
A Dedication to a popular young singer Paul M. Chernoff.
Give me an athlete with good attitude and character and I'll make a great athlete out of him.
If parents break the law, they (not their children) should be responsible.
UDC Executive at the 7th Convention in Saskatoon. Blaine Lake Youth Choir.
Participant at UDC Conference found it educational and entertaining.
A California Doukhobor enjoys The Inquirer.
Zealot mothers thank UDC for defending the unjust actions of the BC authorities re children in New Denver.
An Order in Council in 1940 to COs changed wording from exemption to indefinite postponement of military service.
Sub-Section 3 of Sec. 21 of the Militia Act, Chap. 41 of the Revised Statutes of Canada.
The government gives absolute immunity from Military Service. Signed Joh G. McGree, Clerk of Privy Council.
Privy Council 7215 provides indefinite postponement of military training to applicants. Signed by A. D. P. Heeney, Privy Council.
Book is largely based on Report of the Doukhobor Research Committee 1952. Report dealt primarily with the Krestova-Brilliant problem, but non-Doukhobors implicated
Whispering prayers, massaging heads and magic spells were early healing practices on the prairies.
You may worship the Sun or Jehovah or Christ or Confucius or Buddha, and not be religious. One may walk outside the pale of all creeds and be blind to all Gods.
Ask about weaknesses, strong points, and improvements when you attend your next meeting.
From Kennedy's Book of the West, 1925: dwellings with intelligent design, pleasant folk, great clay oven, girls singing, pacifist folk. Not criminal.
In school the child develops new horizons, gains new friendships, socially accepted mores, and a chance to share in building a better future.
Judge Arthur E. Lord of the Commission on Doukhobors recommends spying, but spying is a Gestapo method that is not acceptable in a democratic society.
The pros and cons of vegetarianism are examined. Even a reliance only on fruits and vegetables for food, one still cannot escape destroying living cells.
2nd Youth Conference in Banff Sept. 4-5 increased leadership skills in inter-group relations. Education, economic improvement and legislation useful to overcome preju
Author reveals that the Niacine Council in 325 destroyed several copies of the Gospel so as to hide the true nature of Christ.
The differences between the US Soldier's Code and the World Citizen's Code.
September breeze, so fresh and pure is Nature's autumn touch.
Mennonite spokesman Abraham Driedger condemned kidnapping of zealot children to New Denver. Suggests compensation for loss of lands in Sask.
Judge Lord headed a lands inquiry in 1953 to find the best method of returning lands to BC Doukhobors.
The Lundbreck-Cowley Doukhobor community held its annual meeting. Reaffirmed its support to construct a community home.
Instead of flowers, support for Sunday School class supported by surviving family.
Men demonstrated how pioneers sawed lumber. Women hitched themselves to a plough.
I would like to see music written for all our hymns and songs — that way they'll live forever.'
Olga Biryukov of Geneva reports on International Congress of Vegetarianism in Paris. Recalls her visit to Saskatchewan. She is daughter of Pavel Biryukov, Tolstoy's bi
Bill Perehudoff's most recent commission is a mural at the depot of the Sask. Transportation Company. Currently he works for Modern Press in Saskatoon.
With organization and care, volunteers can provide an invaluable service to society. Grow, learn, make decisions, be friendly, do not take them for granted.
Once you have selected the right sport or job, work hard to attain success.
The icebergs of the mind make us cool and free.
It is doubtful that a search for a Doukhobor king (Peter P. Verigin, III) will bring peace and happiness to the Doukhobor family. Equality has challenged divinity.
What is needed is not more freedom, nor more controls, but a new public responsibility. Liberty is useful according to John Stuart Mills.
Of 9000 Conscientious Objectors in Canada in 1944, about 2000 were Doukhobors 20%, also Mennonites 63% and others13%.
The writer is thankful to her parents for sending her to school and encouraging her to go on to complete her studies.
The surplus fund from the sale of community land could be used for seniors homes.
The place for our traditional attire is not in our Community Halls, but in a museum.
The best plan offered is to use the surplus funds from the $142,111.07 left from CCUB receivership be used for seniors homes or helping the needy. Details presented.
The question of sending delegates to the Soviet Union is not only of concern to the USCC but to all.
The poem by Wilsey Outlook personifies a positive attitude of the athlete and is recommended for memorizing by the Sports College Testing Group.
A projection room is proposed for a meeting hall in Salmo.
Molokan hymn sung at party in Salmo.
Fear was expressed at the Lord hearing that if any or all of the 18,000 acres was purchased by the Doukhobors, there was no assurance of stability from zealot attacks.
Doukhobors were amongst the first pioneers to settle in the Pelly district. Interdenominational service told.
Scientific knowledge if applied properly could end poverty, wars, and the dreaded H-Bombs.
People are giants in the knowledge of science, but midgets in the knowledge of themselves. Is man nasty, brutish, noble or charitable?
The significance of the book is that the novelist Gaie Taylor has finally discovered a rich field of writing. The Doukhobor society provides an excellent subject.
Secret of Bishop: We perform a service not to God but to people; this drama is an event primarily not for the people but to the vanity of their princes.
A visit to Saskatchewan of Russian agro-scientists described. Lack of interpreters was a problem in understanding PFRA and farming.
Whenever we are about to express a notion as a dogmatic truth, let us think twice before we make any snap judgments.
William Lloyd Garrison's Declaration of Sentiments was published in Lev Tolstoy's book, then adopted by Peter V. Verigin in exile. It was against all wars and politics.
The UDC Executive has arranged for Harry W. Vereschagin to tour western Canada Doukhobor settlements and hold choral workshops.
UDC sends greetings to the Forum of the Canadian Peace Congress in Toronto in support of disarmament and peace.
Student suggests that national songs, dances, and Russian language courses be included in the enrichment and preservation of Doukhobor culture.
Nadya Konkin and George Shukin achieved top scores at the Kamsack 4-H day.
There is life, beauty and drama on the farm.
Reliability, courtesy, competency, and maturity are standards to strive for in ones profession as well as in life.
A Saskatoon student attended the 5th World Festival of Youth and Students in in Warsaw, Poland and writes of her impressions.
A memorial service was held for Peter V. Verigin who died in October 1924 in a still-unsolved train explosion.
Zealot mothers plead before Premier Bennett for the return of their children from New Denver. So far 40 children have been forcefully taken.
A delegation of zealot women gathered at the home of Quaker Emmett Gulley pleading for the release of their children from New Denver.
Michael Chernoff of Kamsack is one of two Saskatchewan students awarded a university scholarship to Queen's University in Kingston. Had 94.8 average for four years
The Doukhobor Society of Saskatoon held a prayer ceremony before building a Community Home. Koozma Tarasoff, Sr. turned the first sod.
The Pelly Doukhobor Society planted trees at the Peaceful Cove Cemetery.
Letter by zealots to Judge Arthur E. Lord is reprinted as 'Clarification re J. J. Verigin'. In hijack manner, zealots claim all Doukhobors are zealots and Freedomites are sc
Letter is full of half-truths and falsehoods, probably composed by outside agitators. Suggests Sorokin was brought to Canada in as a social experiment to disrupt Doukh
Elder master introduces four-part singing in western Canada tour doing an official launch in Canora.
The story begins with the opening and closing of a box stove in winter on an early Saskatchewan farm. Family members are recalled. A surprise ending.
Cooperating to avert a world catastrophe is the heart of the matter. Love is central to understanding, goodwill and reconciliation.
Suggests that Doukhobors should make a second application to government to release zealot children and send them to school.
We defy thee, O Mars, to stop the slaughter of humankind.
Why are Doukhobor land-holders in Grand Forks classified as 'aliens' by the land registry office? Being placed on the Voter's List requires special effort.
Bill A. Malloff, a Grand Forks merchant, is the first candidate of the Russian speaking group to contest an aldermanic seat in the civic election.
A young Castlegar sculptor is making a name for himself in Vancouver by exhibiting two pieces at the Vancouver's annual Fall show.
Union of Youth Convention held in Brilliant. To increase Iskra readers, it was decided to have a young folks page in English. Decision was influenced by The Inquirer.
Hopes that the spirit of inquiry and friendship will prevail and the Union of Youth reorganizes.
Delegation of 23 in Nelson pleads to Magistrate William Evans to return their children. Parents claim dogs were used to intimidate the children.
The Doukhobor Society of Verigin held a successful fund-raising amateur night in November. A variety of talent.
A meeting urged the Dept. of Education to complete all exams before the 29th day of June allowing Doukhobors to celebrate this historic holiday.
To accommodate funerals, the Kamsack Doukhobors decided to construct a Community Home with modern kitchen facilities to accommodate 100.
Despite cold weather, Pelly Doukhobors held a fundraising tea.
A 'little festival' is schedule for Canora during the Christmas holidays.
Doukhobor elder spoke in Canora at the beginning of his choir workshops in Saskatchewan. I cannot believe I am among 'backward' Doukhobors, he said.
Pavel Biryukov, born in Russia in 1859, did much to promote the survival and unity of Russian Doukhobor migrants to Canada. Shocked by the church and state in wagi
Surgical nurse Florence S. Faminow writes there is a need for love and reality when parents leave their children for operations such as removing tonsils.
The new spirit of understanding or love is the answer to a new world-order.
Vancouver elder suggests Doukhobors set up a committee to investigate the appalling foreclosure results of the CCUB in 1938.
I have returned from the place where the children of the Sons of Freedom are held in captivity. Inquirer should be called 'The Seeker of Truth'.
Doukhobor people have much to offer in the struggle for a better world where peace will prevail. The Inquirer's role is ensured.
We must not have our hands dripping with the gore and blood of animals.
Using hate as an incentive is primitive in philosophy and inefficient in effect. It has no place in sport.
Norman Rebin won a public speaking contest in Saskatoon. Mildred Fahrni of Fellowship of Reconciliation visited the zealots in Krestova who responded with warm hos
Isn't it strange that man often chooses the violent path?
Our attitude to admit mistakes and face reality is an indication that we are alive.
The men's choir was organized in 1945 by Bill Kootnekoff who still heads it, but now it includes women as well.
Francis Faminow received favourable comment for her eleven scenic and portrait oil paintings at the Vancouver Art Centre.
With six more zealot children apprehended, the total at New Denver is now 82.
Jim F. C. Wright and friends have teamed up to create a scenario for a film on Doukhobors to take place largely in Blaine Lake. For TV.
A 120 voice choir, conducted by Harry W. Vereschagin, highlighted a four-hour festival of song and speeches in Canora. Editor spoke about the growth of a new idea.
Choir instructor's visit to the Pelly area has stimulated much local interest.
Choir instructor is scheduled to go to Kylemore, Watson, Saskatoon, Langham and Blaine Lake.
John J. Mahonin of Verigin, Sask has begun a fund to acquire a Russian typewriter for The Inquirer.
Although there are many COs to be found in prisons, the common method is such as to not make a martyr of them.
Highlights for one year: UDC convention, Union of Youth convention, pioneers honoured, Peace Day observed, singing popular, peace is primary, zealots protest, art is
Pavel Biryukov renounced his land inheritance and distributed it amongst the peasants. He organized the publishing house Posdrednik (Mediator). Biographer of Tolstoy
Plans proceeding on documentary film on Doukhobors.
A brief handout on the Doukhobors is urgently needed.
The future for The Inquirer is unlimited.
Twelve lectures at U of Sask. by philosopher Dr Robert Paton will explore the dominant ideas of the world.
The Nelson Ministerial Assoction and USCC sponsored a youth concert of goodwill in Nelson. The traveling ambassadors sang hymns and songs
Doukhobors of Vancouver and New Westminster raised monies for detained children in New Denver.
An amateur night in New Westminster raised funds for The Inquirer.
Frank Konken, MC, introduced his 30-voice choir at concert in Salmo.
The study of psychology says that children can learn brotherhood instead of hostility and prejudice. Goal: dignity and rights to all.
The National Film Board rejects a documentary film proposal on Doukhobors. Here is a missed opportunity to differentiate zealots from Doukhobors.
M. J. Caldwell, leader of the CCF party, spoke in the House of Commons. He cited discriminatory legislation in Canada against Doukhobors, Hutterites, others.
The Doukhobor demand for truth, the straight and honest application of Christianity to life, no matter what the cost, provides a new era for humanity.
Lawyer Peter Faminow evaluates The Inquirer on its two year anniversary. Fair comment, constructive editorials, good humor, excellent covers were cited.
Author challenges educated young students to be tactful, broad-based, and more delicate in the evaluation of their heritage.
As a unifying bond among Doukhobors, The Inquirer has shown courage, commitment, hard work, clear thinking, and the ability to transcend boundaries.
Praises The Inquirer for abandoning narrow dogmatism, pursuing a broader democratic outlook and working for a warless world.
Through The Inquirer, a balanced integrated society may evolve sooner when each of us has learned to feel the value of human dignity.
Thanks to Mary Sherstobitoff, the editor, and volunteers for stimulating the youth to express themselves through a monthly journal.
Wright replies to NFB about the rejection of his documentary script on Doukhobors which had cooperation of Lawrence Cherry, Peter Bludoff, and The Inquirer.
First annual meeting of the registered Doukhobor Society of Saskatoon was held at their newly built Doukhobor Home. Peter N. Postnikoff, Chairman. John F. Papove, s
Saskatoon will host a combined 100-voice choir as a culmination of Harry W. Vereschagin's choir instruction tour of Sask. MC will be Peter G. Makaroff.
Elder choir leader says that Jesus Christ was a Doukhobor because he renounced the theory of violence and followed the path of reason and love.
Switzerland was the main refuge for Russian emigres. Here Pavel Biryukov established Free Thought, published news on Doukhobors. Visitors included Bonch-Bruevich
The Tovarishchi of Castlegar, BC, have recorded four more Russian songs.
A balance in mind and body is needed in life, an ideal long known by the ancient Greeks.
Sixteen students at Ecumenical Conference discussed pacifism, world affairs, spirituality, and purposeful living.
UBC student discusses some USCC Doukhobors who fear higher education may be incompatible with pacifism. Scholarships needed.
The poem in Russian is an ode to the high road spirit of The Inquirer.
A man's no bigger than the way he treats his fellow-man.
Genuine peace requires raising economics of all people so they would have the nutriments for life, prosperity and livelihood.
Does it mean that because our forefathers burnt their firearms, today we should be complacent about political affairs?
More festivals are needed as well as appropriate lectures to entice young people to appreciate Doukhoborism.
Urges UDC to collect fine pieces of craftsmanship in preparation for an exhibition of the creative arts. Purpose: to show our worth as creative citizens.
War is profitable for arms makers. How can we learn from past wars?
Why sports in The Inquirer?
Author cites a conversation with Soviet ambassador Chuvahin who said there was no exemption from military service to anyone.
Claims that Queen Victoria promised Doukhobors certain freedoms. Editor: We cannot find anywhere in Doukhobor history where Queen Victoria made any promises to
Doukhobors should be grateful for the freedom of conscience granted to conscientious objectors and for the maintenance of that institution.
Discussion on vegetarianism. Editor: vegetarianism should not be confused as being part of religious tenets of the Doukhobors.
Harry W. Vereschagin's choir instruction tour gave us a new spirit of fellowship in our lives as well as taught us new singing skills.
The Grand Festival in Kamsack featured a 180 voice choir conducted by Harry W. Vereschagin.
Supremacy issue is outmoded. It is only a question of time before such practices as lynching, segregation and color prejudice are eliminated from human history.
Closer ties between the Federation of Russian Canadians and Doukhobors are encouraged. Plan to send youth to World Youth Festival in Moscow In 1957.
Saskatchewan Doukhobors met in Saskatoon in February and discussed standardization of ritual in prayer, wedding ceremonies, funerals, etc.
The Inquirer endorses Peter M. Gretchen's plea for unity of Doukhobor youth with outreach to Molokans, Quakers, Mennonites, and others.
Inquirer has agreed to work with Iskra in fund raising to support Olga Biryukov of Switzerland. Her father Pavel and Lev N. Tolstoy assisted Russian Doukhobors to Can
When 40 Doukhobors are currently enrolled at University of Sask., practically no BC students are in UBC. Discusses the reasons 'why'. Sees higher education especiall
Born in Kars, Caucasus in 1885. Father was arrested and exiled. Came to BC in 1911. Excelled as singer. Went to Russia in 1925 to invite Peter P. Verigin. In 1930 den
Reminiscences of early pioneer women and children hunting for Seneca roots, then selling them for medicinal purposes.
Young inter-denominational singers performed in Grand Forks as bridge-building event.
With 85 zealot children in New Denver, efforts are being made to open the secrecy of this institution.
The New Denver institution will be transferred to the Provincial Dept. of Education.
Interim Report of Justice A. E. Lord requests a survey of crown-owned Doukhobor lands in BC.
Abraham Driedger in public meeting suggested hate be replaced with love in the kidnapping of zealot children to New Denver.
Money was raised for the BC Peace Council from proceeds of banquet in New Westminster.
Teacher Connie White of New Denver says it will take years to persuade zealots to send their children to public schools.
Zealot mothers object to harassment of the RCMP.
As a result of Harry W. Vereschagin's choral workshops, the Benito Doukhobors will now have a choir.
James Johnston of CPR said that Canadian taxpayers have paid about $14 million since 1923 for alleged 'Doukhobor depredations'. Suggests 1924 explosion was caus
William P. Sherstobitoff calls Johnston's statement on 1924 explosion 'utterly fantastic'. Says report is unfair to the vast majority of Doukhobors and is a conspiracy to de
Vereschagin's choir workshops have revived the Doukhobor spirit. 210 voice choir sang together. Peter G. Makaroff, MC reaffirms belief in love of God as exemplified in
Benito, Kamsack, Verigin, Canora, Kylemore and Pelly are planning an outdoor festival in June. Experimenting with 7 different voice levels.
The Editor describes the challenges of publishing The Inquirer. Cites recent visitor J. P. Stushnoff. Congratulates Nellie Swetleshnoff as best actress at drama night in C
Zealot pamphlet in Russian described as insincere, deliberately falsified, full of name calling. William M. Moojelsky and John J. Perepelkin were cosigners of the pamph
A new approach to civilization emerged with Athens. By being the first people to separate superstition and magic and mythology from their thinking, they pioneered dem
Daughter describes the negative and positive effects of Russian Revolution, exile, and migration on her friends and family.
The poem seeks an answer to the stupidity of black and white, right and wrong.
A smile is worth a million dollars, and it doesn't cost a cent.
What chance have we against our mass media where even the science of psychology is exploited to give us a slanted view-point?
Spokesman of the Wheathill Bruderoff in England hears of The Inquirer and shares the news of his community based on the way of Christ.
Co-leader of Saskatoon students impressed by Vereschagain's choir workshops and looks forward to exchange visits with Alberta and BC youth.
Secretary of the Kylemore Choir Committee praises UDC for sponsoring Harry W. Vereschagin as choir teacher in Sask.
The BC Legislature urges the Canadian Government to intensify its efforts to achieve world disarmament via UN. The ideal is the arms burning of 1895.
Elder considers it an 'absolute necessity' and a great desire of young people to acquire a Russian typewriter for publishing reports in our 'native' language.
Elder choir leader thanks his compatriots at the close of his Sask. and Manitoba tour.
A positive, optimistic attitude combined with constructive action is necessary for a wholesome, useful and happy life.
Issues: youth, role of Doukhobors in local and world affairs, unity, and the meaning of the Doukhobor movement.
It is proposed that an education-recreational camp should be held in summer for Doukhobor youth.
The Nicean Council of 325 AD distorted Christian teaching by forming a separate caste distinct from other people and created a priestly monopoly.
A fundraising tea will help the construction of the Doukhobor Community Home in Saskatoon.
An Amateur Night raised $400 for the Arena rink fund.
Vernie Popoff, Kathleen Pereverseff and William Katelnikoff were among the best in the high school drama festival held in Blaine Lake.
Blaine Lake residents have been using skis to navigate during blizzard conditions.
Bingo, whist and singing were successful activities at the Blaine Lake Doukhobor Ladies' Club Annual Social.
Hazel Remizov, a 16-year-old Langham farm girl was killed when the truck she was riding turned over.
In preparation for UDC Convention, its Secretary-Treasurer cites a number of problems facing Doukhobors: youth, language, membership.
Land around Grand Forks seized from the Doukhobors during the depression, will shortly be sub-divided by government surveyors, in preparation for sale.
Selections from junior and senior choirs were heard over the local CBC radio station in April in the program Parade of Choirs.
John Markin of Grand Forks will soon be undergoing spring training at the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball farm club in California.
Grand Forks Doukhobors participated in the local annual Red Cross drive. This was the first year that Doukhobor communities were canvassed.
The 9th annual youth festival will be the culmination of their season's progress in the cultural, spiritual and educational activities.
Community members of the USCC decided to build a cultural centre for such uses as prayer meetings, festivals, drama, general meetings, lectures, singing, spiritual ins
Jack Polovnicoff, Lawrence Fofonoff and Peter Konkin received special mention at the West Kootenay Drama Festival in March.
The cost of maintaining Doukhobor guards in BC during fiscal year 1954-55 was $172, 203.
Staff and children at New Denver honored Robert Ross, supervisor.
Zealot women renewed their pleas for the release of their children from New Denver.
Another zealot child was taken from the home and placedin New Denver. Total in detention: 85.
There are 99 zealot children attending school voluntarily in BC plus 86 in the New Denver home as wards of the Welfare Dept.
The total cost for dealing with zealot behavior is more than the provincial cost for the treatment of alcoholics and drug addicts.
Twenty-five zealots were jailed pending charges of causing a public disturbance after its members attacked Emmett Gulley who they claimed was responsible for taking
Zealot women tried second time to mob Emmett Gulley in Nelson Court House.
At Easter services, Peter Abrosimoff urged Doukhobors to take an active part in community affairs.
At a banquet of the BC Peace Council, Mr. Gardner praised the Doukhobors for their courage in burning their fire arms in 1895.
Arlene Bloodoff, Janet Bayoff and Donna Mae Trozzo were chosen candidates for the May Queen at South Slocan.
Children of different backgrounds have equal rights to dance, play, and work together.
The speaker, debate, panel, symposium and film are forms that stimulate discussion. A Discussion Leader has a special role.
A basis comprehension of the meaning of Doukhobors combined with learning will help us know thyself.
By following a regular walking program, you are taking an important step towards maintaining your fitness and health.
Humour is healthy and can even help cure East-West world problems.
Examples of home-grown humour are cited from the USA. 'We have a ferry boat in Texas that runs across the river, but it has to haul water most of the time to keep aflo
The first of two parts of Doukhobor history focuses on emigration of 7500 settlers to Canada — which bears witness to the humanitarian spirit of love in alleviating huma
Christianity adopted much from secret religious groups in the Mediterranean world.
In discussion with the Soviet Ambassador, the writer said there was only an exploration of 'possible future migration', but no commitment.
The author has a selection of pre-recorded audio tapes of Doukhobor singing and speeches, which he offers to share with the readers.
Author claims education is just a tool and not always a virtue. Quotes from USCC Declaration which forbids recognizing any political parties.
The move to BC in 1908 was largely due to political and economic reasons. CCUB would flourish if its members were more mature. Zealots have allowed religious racke
It's a wonderful paper and wonderfully done.
The writer contends that assimilation to Canadian society does not guarantee respect for its forward-looking ideas. 'That dam Douk' will continue.
The BC youth invite Saskatchewan and Alberta youth to its annual festival in Grand Forks in May. The event unifies people through psalms, hymns and folksongs.
A tribute by Blaine Lake Doukhobors is given to choir instructor Harry W. Vereschagin for his five-day tour of the district.
The Vancouver Doukhobor Society invites its members to join the Union of Doukhobors of Canada (UDC).
The Saskatchewan Religious convention in February was appreciated by the writer for its helpful comments on prayer, wedding ceremonies, funerals, etc.
Born in Saskatchewan in 1909, Hancheroff worked as a farmer, labourer, lumber jack and miner.
Born in the Blaine Lake district of Sask., Androsoff served with the School District, Telephone Board, Wheat Pool Committee, and Town Memorial Hall Committee. Enjo
Summer camps are fun, educational, and can help youth mature to respect their heritage.
The author is humbled by the support of Canadian Doukhobors in raising funds for her. 'I have no property and thus do not pay much war taxes for "defence". I only pay
Efforts in the art of understanding and making friends is for the betterment of humanity.
A noted Italian writer, Danilo Dolchi, has been for sometime trying to arouse public opinion to direct attention to unusual poverty and mental darkness of Sicily.
Topics: What is a Doukhobor? Why are you a Doukhobor? Do you consider drinking and smoking a violation of Doukhobor principles and why?
At least seven districts from North-Eastern Sask. and part of Manitoba will participate in a Grand Outdoor Festival of Doukhobor Choral Singing in Pelly.
The Doukhobor Ladies' Society of Saskatoon held a Spring Tea and Sale of Home Baking and Sewing at HBC auditorium.
The ninth annual USCC Youth Festival in Grand Forks in May climaxed the year's cultural-educational activities of 14 U of Y member districts in BC.
I met a young man today who can speak, read and write the Russian dialect, but he can only write his name in English. The young man reveals his plight.
For threatening to run Emmett Gulley out of town for the New Denver situation, Magistrate Nelson sentenced 25 women to 10 days in jail.
Zealot children in New Denver will not receive polio vaccine because their parents oppose such actions.
CPR investigator says that the zealots present the chief treat in Canadian railroad crime today. The 1953 burnings and track-blastings were described as being the wors
A 12-year-old zealot boy told a juvenile court judge that he wanted to go to New Denver school.
Zealot women hurled accusations at RCMP on Mother's Day during their visit to see their children at New Denver.
The majority of BC Quakers still have confidence in Emmett Gulley, the Russian speaking worker amongst the zealots in BC.
Thinkers are beginning to be more accustomed to looking at the universe with the insights of the modern scientist.
Lev N. Tolstoy argued that a university diploma and even the title of professor does not make a person enlightened.
Doukhobor women excelled as pioneers. Quakers assisted with money, food, clothes, yarn, tea, 300 spinning-wheels, 49 cows, 10 oxen, and set up the first school. Pet
The writer explores ideas in The Inquirer related to Doukhobor youth.
Youth need not wear Molokan type shawls or fancy Doukhobor shawls with modern style of dress.
The move to BC was not through ignorance or lack of education, but a fear of the Oath of Allegiance.
One of the main reasons for moving to BC was leader Peter V. Verigin's desire to set up a self-sustained economy and control. Also isolation was desired.
Solutions to common problems are found by people like you and me. Collectively, suggestions and ideas can do big things.
The author debates with Eli A. Popoff on what was said at a meeting with Soviet Ambassador Dimitri Chuvahin in Aug. 1955.
Education is more than a mere method of learning a trade.
The virtues of the farm and the city are an endless debate.Both parties claim: 'Mine's the elite'.
By holding to the best of the past and by looking to the possibilities of the future we can hope to construct a better society for all.
On June 29th Doukhobors in Canada will meet to commemorate the arms burning in the Caucasus of Russia in 1895.
With this issue, Canada Post has given mailing privileges to The Inquirer. Also the format has changed from a mimeograph format to a commercially printed journal.
Peter S. Faminow suggests uses for surplus funds from former CCUB lands: Doukhobor Institute and Seniors home. Inquirer urges discussion at UDC conference.
Doukhobors are urged to attend the 8th annual UDC convention in Calgary, Alberta in July. Entertainment in the evening.
All living creatures once shared in the same common stock of what we call life. Then each type of individual became responsible for its own development as we adapted
Peter Bludoff describes the Sask. Marriage Act as it relates to Doukhobors. Then he presents a new set of standard ceremonies to give social and legal status.
The cult of priesthood sought special privileges of power which it fabricated as coming directly from God. As a result, enlightenment suffered. Free thinkers such as Dou
This feature on the 'Sons of Freedom' (zealots) looks at its origin, its problems, and its relationship to Doukhobors. Misconceptions are exposed.
UDC head urged all Doukhobors to unite and collectively solve their internal problems.
Agenda for UDC convention in Calgary, Alberta: Inquirer, spiritual literature, Russian, media, peace activism, membership.
Lively panel discussion in Blaine Lake: What is a Doukhobor? Whey are you a Doukhobor? Status at birth does not guarantee being Doukhobor.
More than 2000 people attended 4-hour outdoor festival in Pelly. Their tradition of singing goes back to ancient times as an expression of love.
Doukhobors of Langham and Saskatoon districts are building a replica of a mud hut with a sod roof for the Western Development Museum.
After six years of service in seeking a solution to the zealot situation in BC, Emmett Gulley resigns as an envoy of the Quakers.
High pressure fire hoses were used to disperse 30 zealot women who gathered in the front yard of Emmett Gulley in Nelson.
Within a year after arriving in New Denver, some of the children have covered four grades. Not one of the 85 is below normal in intelligence and several have Intelligenc
The Russian School Day has become an annual affair of the USCC. Graduation ceremonies took place in Grand Forks.
In times of economic and political stability we often act hypocritically and tend to lose all sense of purpose. To be consistent, we need to promote unity of all people
The report on the question of leadership and the proposal to send a delegation to Russia was distorted, says choir leader.
A true leader will work for the benefit of society regardless of criticism, while the ordinary leader will primarily seek self-glorification.
If you persist, your efforts will bring fruit and therefore make life worth living.
This poem in Russian calls for unity of peoples in the struggle for peace and universal brotherhood.
Olga Biryukov in Switzerland; many university students graduate; panel on choir exchanges with USCC; tape recorder purchased in Pelly; UDC convention approaching
Tony Suiko's desserts have been eaten by such movie stars as Bing Crosby, Marilyn Monroe and others at Jasper Lodge, Alberta.
If we have confidence in the human personality to settle disputes peacefully and effectively, our first duty is to cultivate our interests. Next we must apply the fruits of our
Why two organizations today? A long term solution to this duplication of organizations seems to lie in the realm of understanding and tolerance.
The 8th annual Convention of the UDC highlighted the need to promote more understanding of the Doukhobor movement: spiritual literature, Doukhobor Institute propos
Constructive doubt is a necessary attitude in any discovery. The rationalist trusts wholly the power of reason. The empiricist appeals to the experience of our sense orga
Author reviews 17 audio records from the Ministry of Culture, USSR.
The Declaration is dogmatic, nebulous, ambiguous, vague, confused, escapist, and froth with mysticism. Tolstoy's influence is noted.
The Declaration is translated from Russian from an official copy dated August 7, 1934.
Curiosity leads to knowledge. An ongoing process.
I am impressed with the fairness and understanding applied by yourself, staff and your various major commentators to controversial issues.
It seems to me that the Doukhobors should have a voice in the functions of the Economic and Social Council of UN. Their philosophy of creating a nonkilling society is a
This is a full report of a 3-day UDC convention: executive and district reports, Inquirer report; resolutions of public concern and internal affairs; convention sidelights.
The Saskatoon Doukhobor Society built a pioneer log house, baked bread in brick and clay ovens and held sheep shearing demonstrations at the Pion-Era in July. A gre
The annual Doukhobor peace day was commemorated on June 29th in Blaine Lake with prayer, singing, speeches and food, but a crusading spirit seemed lacking.
At the annual Doukhobor peace day in Langham, local speaker urged the audience to work harder to further the aims of a nonkilling society.
Choirs from five south-eastern districts took part in the annual peace day.
Saskatoon's Voykin brothers, Peter and Paul, have catapulted into golf's big time as groundskeepers in Chicago.
Larry Hoodekoff, who is on contract with a BBC television series Lucky Silver, has been visiting his parents in Wadena.
Judge Lord recommended that 310 acres of government-owned Doukhobor land in the Raspberry-Brilliant area be subdivided into lots of one-half acres.
Approximately 350 Doukhobors gathered at Taghum to celebrate the annual peace day commemorating the arms burning in Russia 61 years ago.
William N. Papove noted that the meaning of this peace gathering has significance today in opposing the institution of militarism and war.
The Tovarischi, a local singing group in Grand Forks composed of Frank Konkin, Alec Konkin and Fred Zibin, have compiled their first folk song book.
Salmo High School grad was winner of the Bradshaw Trophy for the most outstanding all-round student of the school.
All constructive action must be individually inspired before it can be collectively effective, according to Jon-Wynne-Tyson of England.
Ought a nation maintain its high standard of living at the expense of other poor areas of the world? Distribution of the world's food resources is at issue.
A course in kinesiology gives one an appreciation of the marvels of the human body. Did you know that humans at 40 acquire knowledge more readily than school childr
Right and wrong are not automatic things, but the result of carefully thought out decisions.
What do we mean by success? How do we create a happy, useful and long life? There is no absolute formula, only guide posts incl. moderation, sound will power, open
The nuts and bolts of good conference planning are listed.
Several Doukhobor youth will attend the third annual Western Citizenship Conference for young leaders at the Banff School of Fine Arts.
Over 800 people attended a festival of singing in Verigin August 12. George Bloodoff, MC, spoke of the struggle for truth, for brotherhood, and for a nonkilling society.
Nick A. Reilkoff won а contest for the best home grounds.
David Ronald Popoff of Blaine Lake was awarded a university entrance scholarship for his proficiency in high school.
Vancouver writer John Cornish won a Maclean's Magazine fiction award for his humourous novel Olga about a young Doukhobor girl and her love.
Cecil Plotnikoff of Grand Forks had a lead role in one of the major productions at UBC.
Fred Ogloff received his Red Cross swimming and water safety certificate.
A high wire fence has been erected around the New Denver school dormitory were 93 zealot children are now being kept. Parents protest this as provocation.
Helen Chernoff now works as airline stewardess for the Canadian Pacific Airlines to the Pacific.
About 2500 USCC members gathered in Brilliant in August in a program of prayers, singing and speeches to commemorate the Declaration of 1934. Toil and Peace Life
The West Kootenay Power and Light Company will soon start building a transmission line from South Slocan to Slocan City. The area is largely populated by Doukhobor
For the first time since the disqualification in 1933 of BC Doukhobors voting, all Doukhobors who are Canadian citizens or British subjects and resident in the province fo
Love and friendship are taken as the one and only enduring plan of humanity.
The Florida author claims to have met Peter P. Verigin in 1934 and presented him with a plan for migration. Says history shows that outsiders have caused trouble.
Migration is a non-issue among Doukhobors.
The Editor takes issue on matters of Stefan S. Sorokin, migration, and the origin of the Doukhobor movement.
The Quaker author spent 1946-1950 as a tutor in English for the Japanese Crown Prince. Later Japanese students visited the author in Philadelphia.
Reflections of a young adult while on trip home from a Youth Conference in Banff. Mike was the main character in this story.
The Editor comments on a recent circular that he received criticizing the Jews and demanding that the UN be abolished to protect American sovereignty.
The perverted use of sensationalistic journalism can do little more than stifle freedom of expression and lead to prejudice and discrimination.
Cites the theological 'proofs' of the existence of God: ontological, cosmological, teleological, and moral.
The Vancouver author, a lawyer, strolled down town to Victory Square and encountered some zealots. A conversation on politics ensued with Stepan and Alesha. 'No po
What we need today is to concentrate on how to prevent war and how to improve human relations instead of preparing to pick up the shattered pieces afterwards.
Differences are not bad. For example, the black and white keys on the piano give better quality and harmony when used together.
It is not possible for Russian people to deviate from the path of knowledge, back to the superstition of the church, for they are truly religious — and value unfalsified truth
This student suggests the holding of panel discussions is a way to solve our human problems.
The author reaffirms the qualities of good writing: simplicity, clarity, accuracy, attractiveness and good grammar.
The work of Nick Semenoff, a 28-year-old Saskatoon artist, was recently featured in a two-man show. The artist is art director of CFQC-TV.
Should Pacifists Participate in Civil Defence?' was discussed by seven panelists: Mary Konkin, Nick W. Sherstobitoff, Norman Rebin, Nick A. Popoff, Peter Bludoff, Alec
Winnifred Horkoff was one of 55 students who attended the Junior Red Cross high school leadership study in Fort Qu'Appelle in August.
BC Premier Bennett was warned by police not to campaign in the Kootenays of BC because of possible zealot disturbances in the area.
Peter Tamilin, outstanding grade 12 student in Creston, was awarded the second annual bursary.
Seven zealot children from the New Denver dormitory were released by order of Magistrate William Evans of Nelson.
Six Doukhobor youth attended the Banff Conference in September: Bill Verigin, Mike Varobioff, Florence Faminow, Hanna Antifaev, Susan Kolesnikoff and Koozma J. T
Quakers respond to world critics: Reinhold Niebuhr, George Kennan, and Norman Thomas. 'We know we are a small minority in proposing giving up militarism, but a m
The author reminiscences about attending a conference, meeting people and creating bridges of understanding that transcend boundaries.
Whether it's colour, race, creed or class, Liberty is something for the whole human mass.
Humor is one of those important mechanisms which removes the tension that might otherwise lead to physical violence.
Do we encourage our children to ask questions? A free interplay of ideas stimulates an informed and balanced view of the world.
The public good wins when we place more emphasis on prevention than on the treatment of the disease.
If you value this publication, then support it. Current budget is $5,000.
A CPR train was delayed five hours because of dynamiting of the tracks allegedly by zealots.
Sigmund Freud discovered that hysterical symptoms of dreams arose from past events, and these can be recalled by hypnotism.
Although George Bernard Shaw died in 1950, his influence as a renowned dramatist lives on. His fearless announcement of truth as he saw it made him a beacon in a t
FOR supports the Doukhobor pacifist witness, CO status, and opposes conscription. Peter G. Makaroff and Dr. Carlyle King started a branch in Saskatoon, Sask.
Buddhist's five commandments deal with killing, property, sexual addiction, lying, and addiction to liquor and smoking.
Planidin was born in Sheho, Sask. in 1912. Postnikoff was born in the village of Simeonovka, Sask. In 1912; moved to BC in 1932 and became active in community affa
Dan Evanoff visited the vegetarian farm in the Panama area and discovered splits in the community, sickness due to virus carrying insects, and a prophet hoping to attra
On the streets of Vancouver, Peter talks to Alesha and Stepan about war, violence, government, the Commandment of Jesus, and voting.
Preparations are underway for students around the world to attend the World Youth Festival in Moscow in 1957. Total return faire from Montreal: $315.
David Kahma's history of Doukhobors is evaluated. Reveals false propaganda, disguised in the form of history, aimed at creating fear and hate of Eastern Europe. Its tim
Born to a wealthy family, Verigin in exile suggested a back to Nature movement which influenced zealots in Canada. Did not support formal education. He was a man of
George John Zmaeff, 14, of Thrums, was killed when struck by a delivery truck.
Mildred Fahrni of FOR spoke of her trip to Montgomery area of USA. Reports that Coloured peoples are using nonviolence to achieve their ends. Send moral support to
Choir instructor Harry W. Vereschagin will again visit the prairies improving the quality of singing and creating unity. UDC support.
A hunting accident was fatal to 16-year-old Lawrence Shukin of Kuroki.
The Saskatoon Doukhobor Ladies' Society held a Fall Tea and Sale of Home Baking, Sewing and Handicrafts, at the HBC.
Justice Harold McInnes reserved judgment in Vancouver for two zealot children now held at the New Denver Welfare Home.
Lawyer John T. Steeves entered a claim in court on behalf of John Savinkoff and his 7-year-old son Peter, who are suing Cpl. Borodula of the RCMP for trespass and a
Eleven zealot children were placed in the Dormitory School for children at New Denver in care of the Superintendent of Child Welfare.
Singer and choir instructor Harry W. Vereschagin has held a series of meetings in New Westminster on education and the Doukhobor movement.
Reviewer urges readers to travel to USSR with frankness in criticism where it is deserved, but with well-balanced understanding as well as friendship and goodwill. Know
This youth enjoyed attending the Banff Leadership Conference because it was an enriching experience in human understanding.
The writer regrets that many of Verigin's ideas are not followed today.
The student applauds The Inquirer for an interesting read by students at UBC.
The best thing about Christmas is not the giving of gifts but the expression of friendship and fellowship.
The real spirit of the Olympics is that competition between nations need not be violent nor destructive.
A special correspondent in the Kootenays of BC did a survey of opinion on The Inquirer. The results are published.
Democracy and violence can ill go together.
Knowledge and wisdom are just as important as food, clothing and shelter. Learn from the world around you. Avoid stereotypes. Have a sense of humour. Know thyself.
Reflections of a poet while attending a Doukhobor Festival in Pelly, Saskatchewan in 1956.
A Bruderhof community began in Germany in 1933, then spread to England in 1942 as well as to South America and USA. Its members live together in a life of complet
Like Danilo Dolchi, I hope we can consider that it is possible to arouse the good in others only by doing good to others.
Those with whom it is worth talking are the freethinkers — those who are willing to use their minds without prejudice and without fearing to understand things that clash
A UN police force could provide the mechanism for the creation of a peaceful world order.
Suggests the commemoration of the 70th year of the death of Lukeria Vasilevna Kalmykova, an outstanding leader in Russia 1864 to 1886.
A critique of D. Kahma's article shows errors: emigration was not caused by one person; burning of arms in 1895 was a sincere resolve; the nonviolent approach has su
If you have a nation of men who have matured not to declare war or carry arms, you have a nation of lovers, of benefactors, of true, great, and able men.
Why is it that Canadians are politically passive at home, and yet they always show great interest in the American Presidential election?
Is it the governed or the governing to blame? Or is it the ugly greed, rearing its ugly head? How is it that peoples of all nationalities can appear on stage without animosit
Olga Biryukov, writer and special European correspondent, sent a Swiss wall clock to the Doukhobors as a gesture of thanks for their aid to her.
Nikita Popoff of New Westminister, BC said: All Doukhobors have a common tie of working for a nonkilling society with love of humanity and respect for all. These are th
A panel discussion by the Saskatoon Student Group dealt with the problems and challenges of intermarriage. Audience reaction was mixed.
Author, pacifist, and former professor, Scott Nearing spoke of important revolutionary changes in the world today, including economic distribution of power and a change
Sask. Doukhobor reps met in Canora to set out this winter's Doukhobor choir instruction tour on the prairies. Hymns and songs considered.
An Amateur Night in Verigin brought out a variety of singing, dancing and musical talent. Two elders introduced: Harry W. Vereschagin and Nikita Popoff who performed
Mrs. Mike Faminow won several prizes at the Fall Pincher Creek Fair in the vegetable competition. Reward: a sack of flour.
Nick Kalmakoff, secretary-treasurer of UDC expressed concern for the Doukhobor youth in his circular letter to member districts in Canada.
An evening program of singing and speeches in Mossleigh Community Hall netted $100 in support of The Inquirer. Attended by Anastasia Golobova.
Annual USCC Youth convention focused on youth issues: a Youth Section to be added to Iskra; summer festivals and picnics were useful; Russian schools headed by M
Author Brinton explains why Russia has claimed the interest of the Society of Friends for three centuries, from George Fox in 1656 to the seven English Friends who we
Olga is a story of a Ukrainian girl, Olga Stepanskaya, who is in love with and wishes to marry Donald Harbottle.
Cox's are jailed for refusing to join a military force whose purpose is to wage indiscriminate war. They believe that war is both immoral and inexpedient.
A moral victory was won when racial segregation ended on city buses in Montgomery, Alabama, USA. December 21, 1956.
More cooperation is suggested between UDC and USCC in publishing a proposed psalm and hymn book.
Misconceptions: title of journal; motives of journal; ownership of journal; the Red Bait; why zealots were kicked out of UDC.
Socrates was a character. He was convinced that he had a definite mission in life to help people discover the truth about the good life.
J. S. Woodsworth in a speech in the Canadian House of Commons, June 1936: I am a citizen of a country that still relies upon force, and as public representative I mus
WRI includes anarchists, socialists, capitalists, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, Communists, agnostics, atheists and anti-religious.
PYAG set out three goals: propagation of pacifism; selling Peace News; assisting Conscientious Objectors in facing tribunals or prison sentences for refusing to take pa
Olga Biryukov says new book containing correspondence of her father and Lev Tolstoy will go to press in Paris.
The pros and cons of vegetarianism are examined. Is not the practice of loving your neighbour, through everyday deeds, a more basic issue?
I'm behind your endeavours 100 percent — seeing you being partisan for truth, justice and reason.
The writer is appalled at the tragic loss of life caused by alcoholism.
Doukhobor prayers are voices for peace.
Policies of WCP: abandonment of political blocs; disarmament; a halt to the testing and manufacture of nuclear weapons; prohibition of nuclear weapons.
Let brotherly love from our heart never part.
A first hand visit to New Denver revealed: gates unlocked, RCMP present all the time, superintendent refused to respond.
Russian songs and the traditional Christmas concert resulted in a delightful program at New Denver. Zealot children were 'stars'.
Writer wishes to exchanges audio tapes of Doukhobor singing with readers.
If the authorities permit, Doukhobors will be able to serve on local board as trustees without swearing an oath of allegiance.
The Society of Doukhobors of Westminster held a luncheon and evening program of singing with proceeds to The Inquirer.
An attempt to set fire to the USCC Community centre being built was foiled by the quick action of a passer-by.
A vegetarian banquet and evening program brought a donation to Iskra.
USCC is collecting donations for the proposed Doukhobor psalm and hymn book.
Error corrected re place where Doukhobor sobranie was held.
Calgary Senior Choir held a fund-raising program of singing and speeches.
Tape recordings of the Pelly Festival in June are now available on loan.
Pelly Doukhobors recently moved an old traditional Prayer Home into the village of Pelly. It was moved in time to accommodate Harry W. Vereschagin's choir sessions.
William K. Chutskoff was MC for a fund-raising evening program of singing in Kamsack.
Members of the Buchanan, Verigin and Canora groups spent an evening of singing and discussion in Canora.
In the summer UDC held a questionnaire survey of Doukhobor youth and adults. Results are reported. Adults lack interest in organizational matters, while youth are eag
Choir instructor Harry W. Vereschagin visited Benito in the fall.
The Court of Appeals recently reversed the conviction of Mitchell Dobrenen of the Molokan Church on the grounds that he had not been furnished a copy of the recomm
Florence S. Faminow of Portland, Oregon, was chosen to be one of three delegates to a Nurses conference in Los Angeles in February 1957.
Committee found that some hymns and psalms in the Book of Life are contradictory to Doukhobors. A summary of the findings will be published in mimeo format.
This is a plea to end wars and bring in a new era of caring humanity.
A light hearted look at different religions.
The Quaker Daniel Wheeler was invited in 1817 to undertake agriculture and drainage work near St. Petersburg, Russia. Although our languages are different, the langu
Reviewer believes that political ideas and poetry are almost incompatible.
Shortcomings and highlights of Christianity are presented in relation to equality, economics, and materialism.
The Inquirer faces serious financial crisis. Needs support now.
Differences become a menace only when we allow them to become divisions which result in the poison of evil attitudes, mistrust and prejudice.
The English author considers the nature of a response to evil. e.g. the Golden Rule.
After the death of Socrates, his pupil Plato carried forward the ideas of his master, fused with his own genius.
The poem by this zealot mother describes the sorrow and agony of losing her child to New Denver.
Mennonites as the Anabaptists of the Reformation believed in volunteer baptism, love, mutual aid, and refusal to swear oaths.
The year focused on unity, youth, propagation of Doukhoborism, pacifism, singing, an inquiring attitude to self analysis, and the impact of The Inquirer on other media.
The War Resisters' Council meeting in Germany reaffirmed its belief in the principles of nonviolence and peaceful solutions to all human problems of violence.
A Quaker relief camp near Vienna, Austria, has been distributing clothing and interviewing Hungarian refugees to determine their needs.
After 13 months of work in Europe while returning home to Vancouver, William Koochin found his art work had been smashed in transit.
For years the Sons of Freedom (zealots) have been blamed for burning bridges and homes and dynamiting railway tracks. Now the source of criminality is questioned.
This is the first time that a Doukhobor group has celebrated Christmas Eve by the Od Calendar.
If we can eliminate the land and the school problems, the zealot leaders will not have anything to rally the fanatics to, claims Emmett Gulley, AFSC rep.
The annual meeting of the Vancouver local of UDC has been postponed because of disorderly conduct of one member from a non-religious organization.
A Festival in Saskatoon concluded a three-month choir instruction tour in Saskatchewan by Harry W. Vereschagin. A lively song by the Student Youth was turned down
Choir practices in Langham were held in January during the visit of Harry W. Vereschagin.
Because many people do not know precisely what Doukhobor means, youth are confused. Cooperative efforts are needed by all groups to bring enlightenment.
The Saskatoon Ladies' Society held their first annual meeting on January 25th at the local Doukhobor Community Home. Have given assistance to humanitarian needs.
Forty-one members of the Doukhobor Society of Saskatoon attended the 2nd Annual Meeting in January 19.The centre has served educational, cultural and spiritual ne
On page 9, column 2 of Inquirer feature, Dec. 1956, line 4 needs correction: Still later, a Vegetarian Society was set up in Russia. Lectures, literature, cookery demonstr
I enjoy reading, esp. about our youth and the work they are doing, whether it's in Saskatchewan, Alberta, BC or elsewhere.
Did Peter V. Verigin wish the group to migrate to Canada?
Writer has been a sympathetic visitor to New Denver and has witnessed the sorrow and heartbreak caused by the separation of children from their parents.
I hope you will continue to publish The Inquirer and to appraise things by their merits as you see them. We need to enlighten ourselves.
It is time we stopped the destructive practice of hatred, and adopted the positive practice of love. We must begin at home.
This Associate Professor of Social Work at McGill University is heartened to see a careful attempt by a minority group to seek a real place in the larger society.
Writer hopes The Inquirer will bring progress among Doukhobor youth who speak in the English language.
Stephen Grellet and William Allen's excursion to the Caucasus in 1818 took them to Molokans, Mennonites and Doukhobors.
My child, when in your room go on your knees and pray that the soldiers and their mothers will not tempt you to their play.
An ode to a little pine that reaches out for fresh air and sunshine and grows straight and beautiful.
The experience of the religious wars and the East-West conflict demonstrates that ideological wars are futile and there is a need to tolerate ideas which we don't agree w
Examples are cited of false statements made about Doukhobors in the works of Bruce Hutchison and Robert England. Correcting these entrenched errors is a real chal
For the first time The Inquirer has had to combine its two issues into one largely because staff are writing exams at university.
The Inquirer does not publish donor's names because it creates a false philosophy of giving, it consumes time and space, and it is not a general journalistic practice.
The intended scope of The Inquirer is world-wide. To be disturbed because we are seekers of truth is often the first step in beginning to solve our problems.
Doukhoborism was a spontaneous secular rise of the Russian masses against tyranny, exploitation and oppression. The split was due to economic control over Sirotsko
While the atoms of the Greeks are not the atoms of today, we are indebted to them for the first suggestion that matter is made of these fine particles. We are indebted t
In 1536 Jacob Hutter was burnt at the stake and his small flock in Tyre was forced to flee from land to land. They hold all things in common, except cloth and household
Birth is a wondrous miracle. Growing up implies a much more complex process than adding inches to one's stature.
Lawyer Makaroff says that recent changes in communications, a rise of Doukhobor students in universities, the English language, and the threat of atomic war, have all
This US Doukhobor suggests that Doukhobors and Molokans seek a seat in the United Nations non-government assembly.
The Inquirer has stimulated independent thought and has made a remarkable stride in the acquisition of knowledge.
In this anniversary issue, I would like to congratulate those who are promoting an educational youth program with good judgment and foresight, with moderation and ada
This Swiss writer says that The Inquirer ought to contribute the best of the Doukhobor wisdom to the development of civilization. Let Peace, Love and Truth acquire ane
Malov: At this time we must find how we can stop contributing towards militarism. All of us collectively and individually must find ways to do something real and positive t
The Doukhobor movement espouses the basic teachings of such moral leaders as Jesus Christ, Tolstoy, Gandhi and others — the teachings of humanitarian love.
The Inquirer paid tribute to our forefathers when it joined the ranks of other groups in outlawing war. This world-view is necessary to overcome the powerful forces of na
Basically it appears that the prime object of most zealots is to confuse the public in such a way that everyone will believe that the Doukhobors are the same as the Sons
A Grand Forks Doukhobor, Eli A. Popoff claims he is prevented from becoming a school trustee because by conscience he cannot swear allegiance to the crown.
The singing group Tovarischi have released three more records of Russian folk songs, thus making a total of 15 records over the past few years.
A young Doukhobor choir with colourful Cossack dress performed to a full house at a high school auditorium in Grand Forks. Directed by Fred Vanjoff and Peter Gritche
The case of 8-year-old Bill Perepelkin, committed to New Denver, has been sent to the Supreme Court for further consideration.
The 10th USCC Union of Youth Festival will be held in the new Community Centre now being built in Grand Forks, May 28-20.
A festival of singing was held in Calgary in February. Choir instructor was Harry W. Vereschagin.
Slanderous statements in a literature text used in Alberta Schools resulted in letter exchange by UDC and Alberta Education Dept. Bruce Hutchison's account is biased
A flash fire caused considerable damage in a local Doukhobor Community Home on Feb. 8th. The pilot light in the gas furnace caused an explosion and flash fire.
Doukhobor women of Langham sent clothing to needy children by way of the Canadian Unitarian Service Committee.
UDC bases its peace strategy on the teachings of Jesus, refusing to contribute to the war effort, and the principles of pacifism.
The Blaine Lake young people invite all localities to the annual Doukhobor Peter's or Peace Day on June 29th and 30th.
A mimeographed draft anthology in the Russian language called 'Doukhobors — Their Faith', was published by UDC. Critical appraisals are invited before reprinting it.
I trust that you will find it possible to continue your courageous work in these days of hysteria.
I would wish to proudly compare the truth of our small magazine with any capitalist periodicals. My hopes are to see The Inquirer as a Station of Sincerity.
I did not get my January copy of The Inquirer. I cannot survive without it. Please send the above number without fail.
It is my opinion that Peter V. Verigin was guided by the divine spirit during his leadership among the Doukhobors.
The writer uses a metaphor to fight war: We too may be 'white corpuscles' moving to heal wounds at home and in other lands.
Many good Doukhobors are not vegetarian and they do not pretend to be. Yet the book presents only vegetarian dishes. An experienced cook likes the different versions
The Bible has 637 references to drink and drinking. Christ and his disciples drank fruit juices. Hence we are led falsely to believe the wine used was fermented in each c
Teach me o Lord to walk hand in hand with you.
While nations arm for peace and make their youth from Christ immune, the vicar prays, the beggar plays, the devil calls the tune.
Society benefits with knowledge and truth when its citizens use an inquiring attitude in their journey of life.
A mutual agreement of disarmament seems to be the only thing that can halt these tests and the war motive. So let us speak up and be counted.
One case in the USA about a Negro fellow and another case in Canada about parents keeping their son at home and educating him are examined in terms of equal opp
There is nothing in the law in Canada to indicate that crime against property can be punished by removing the children of an entire community and putting them into a co
The recent announcement that the zealots are negotiating to emigrate to Russia should not be taken seriously. It is largely a hijacking effort to tar all Doukhobors with th
Aristotle sponsors a universe filled with design and purpose, not a world of dead matter. It is a cosmos, not a chaos.
Service to mankind is the primary function of nurses and the reason for the existence of the nursing profession.
The Evangelical Catholic Communion in England has during the last 40 years been actively promoting peace, often cooperating with other pacifist groups.
The SCM works in universities and colleges in Canada to arouse the interests of students for missionary work of the churches.
Tolstoy's whole emphasis was on practicing the law of Love and compassion rather than talking about it, or listening to ministers talking about it in church.
The 6th World Youth Festival will be held in Moscow, USSR in the summer. Young people from 120 countries are expected to attend. Canadians are invited.
As individuals we are not mere helpless bystanders or spectators of history. We are creative builders to that new era in which brotherhood will be more than a word but a
Through The Inquirer, the Creston Doukhobors received tape recordings of a Festival in Saskatchewan.
The writer's intent is to show that Doukhobor problems are not specific to them alone, but are universal in other groups.
If anyone wants to be a true Doukhobor and the other is just trying to carry that name for some protection, there is room for all of us in the world. But what is a 'true' Dou
Proceeds from the first chorale Festival in Langham went to the building of a Doukhobor Community Home, the basement of which has already been excavated.
Muriel Zakshewski said that the Saskatoon Doukhobor Home is strategically located in the centre of the province and therefore should be of value to all. Ritual forms are
In preparation for the Ninth Annual Convention of UDC in Blaine Lake, Doukhobors are asked to prepare resolutions and sent them to the Executive.
Since last year the New Westminster branch of UDC has instituted the reading of the Doukhobor Book of life and the Bible; panel discussions and special speakers as w
The Tenth Annual Youth Festival will be held in the new Doukhobor Community Home in Grand Forks, May 18-20. A prairie choir tour is planned.
The Nelson-Salmo choir of UDC were guests of the Rotary Club Convention in Nelson in April.
For the second time since 1950, BC's zealots are talking about relocating to Russia. They claim they do not have religious freedom promised them in Canada.
Nicholas Berdyaev's mystical philosophy focuses on God as a loving fellow sufferer.
The author reviews the work of the great Quaker liberal, Elias Hicks, who is known for the separation of 1827-1828 which divided American Friends into Liberals and Or
Adult educators meet to discuss healthy attitudes for creating a healthy society.
The idea of unity amongst the traditional peace groups is explored as a useful exercise.
The Pythagorean ideas of the 3rd century BC is an important landmark in the history of modern thought. One of its proponents suggested that the sun, not the earth, wa
Unknown author argues for more support towards vegetarianism.
The debate centers on accident or murder.
M. Roubeshanin of San Francisco was a former Russian journalist for many decades in the USA
The author describes the history of the Society which was founded in 1936. Some of its members have been imprisoned for opposing all wars.
The 10th annual youth festival marked the official opening of the new Doukhobor Community Centre in Grand Forks, BC. Speakers included Eli A. Popoff, Mildred Fahrn
Luba Maloff highlighted the program with her singing.
Songs composed by Cyril Podmero Plotnicove
Concerts in Erickson, Cowley and Calgary.
Thomas Berth, sociologist, and William Dixon, community organization, will head 4th youth workshop in Banff in Sept.
A two-day meeting recommended cooperation in the area of disaster relief and civil defence
Friendly Persuasion is a tale about a gentle Quaker family involved in violence in the USA.
Psalm and allegorical selections from Vladimir Bonch-Bruevich's Book of Life of the Doukhobors comprises this preliminary report of the Union of Doukhobors of Canad
Love is genuine respect for all creatures.
Stand up and be counted.
The immediate need is financial.
Can we be pacifists and still exercise the right to vote? This is the question asked by some Doukhobors in BC since 1000 of them were recently placed on the federal vo
Among the questions at the 9th UDC conference are: unity, religious education, peace, formulating a workable constitution.
Stoic teachings: We are all citizens of this divine kingdom, therefore equal by virtue of our common humanity. We all possess a spark of reason which is the divine reas
Today we are no longer living alone. We are part of one international world. If we strongly desire the end results of peace, justice, equality and rights, then the UN will su
A three-day Doukhobor Conference is scheduled for Blaine Lake in July 1-3. A change in the present name of UDC is proposed.
Cecil R. Evans, head of Canadian Friends Service Committee in Toronto, met with Saskatoon Doukhobors. Called for united action in promoting the peaceful way.
Some 13 young Doukhobors from Western Canada plan to visit the USSR during the World Youth Festival in Moscow, July 28 - August 11. Nick W. Shertobitoff and Ko
The Editor of The Inquirer will attend the Triennial Conference of the War Resisters' International in London, England, July 15-19.
Wet and cold weather did not prevent some 400 people from attending a Festival in Kylemore with choirs from Kamsack, Pelly, Verigin, Canora, Buchanin, Watson and
The magazine Liberation will publish the autobiography of A. J. Muste who for 50 years has been in the forefront of labour, socialist and pacifist movements in the USA.
The Koinonia Farm, in Georgia, USA, which has been the victim of shooting and arson because it will not operate a colour bar, has had all its insurance policies cancelle
This anonymous writer supports the idea of creating unity among peace groups.
The total credit of the defunct CCUB Trust Fund is $148,528.50. The Doukhobor Society of Verigin calls on all Doukhobors to come up with a solution to dispose this su
One can be a Doukhobor in any language.
A change in feeling state can brush aside gloom.
This book consists of 'letters to the editor' written to various newspapers in the USA from 1935 to the present, and then commented on by the author. The author denou
A USCC Youth Choir traveled across western Canada in a two-week goodwill tour. One of the highlights was a TV appearance in Saskatoon. The Choir began in 1947 a
This Sask. philosophy professor presents a brief history of Christianity as a prelude to building ones own philosophy of life.
Writer contends that the Inquirer helps intelligent discussion.
Praises the quality and merit of The Inquirer. Suggests that vegetarianism should be promoted.
I have vowed to remain a Peace Pilgrim until mankind has learned the way of peace, walking until I am given shelter and fasting until I am given food. Walked 20,000 m
Ninth Convention of UDC held in Blaine Lake, Sask. Elected William N. Papove as new Chairman and Peter S. Faminow as Sec-Treas. Our problems are those of trans
Irene Legebokoff of Grand Forks received top athletic awards.
Thirty zealot girls at New Denver were denied visits with their families because they took part in an unruly behaviour. John Clarkson is superintendent of the school.
Historical celebrations are not enough. We need to make history now by practical steps in avoiding the fearful threat of an atomic catastrophe.
For the third consecutive year the Saskatoon Doukhobor Society contributed to the local Pion-Era celebration with bread-baking and demonstrations of carding and spin
Over 1,500 people came out to a Doukhobor Festival in Canora in June. Peter S. Faminow urged the audience to work for a nonviolent peaceful world.
A Doukhobor Community Home is now under construction in Langham.
You have a special message to this work, specifically in Russia. Since many of you speak Russian, why not send a mission of peace to Russia — this choir, for example
Simple, natural goodness — is such a state of being possible for us humans? The Gift is an inspiring story of human hope by a woman who gives birth to a son who turn
Declaration of WRI in England: 'War is a crime against humanity. We therefore are determined not to support any kind of war and to strive for the removal of all causes
In poetic form, the Editor pens a poem about his travels to Banff, Vienna, London, Moscow and Geneva.
We consider the fundamental beliefs of the Doukhobor people were derived from an appreciation of eternal values transcending the narrow bounds of sectarian thought
Impressions of Editor's 1957 visit to USSR included the Youth Festival, pioneer and komsomol organizations, schools, hospitals, farms, shops, museums, Metro, ballet
Peter' favourite Russian choirs and composers are highlighted in his vinyl record collection. 'Monotonously rings the evening bell' is one of his favourites.
The stairs of opportunity are sometimes hard to climb, but it can only be achieved one step at a time.
Let us be more careful how we react to our fellow beings when their ideas clash with ours or when they appear to be somewhat 'odd'. We all belong to one human race.
Dasha employs the league teams of Little Rock vs. New Denver as a way to distinguish some of their character traits.
The Editor reviews the 4th Annual Youth Workshop for young adults held in Banff, Alberta. Resource leader Wiliam G. Dixon calls the zealots as 'a test of the Canadian
The Molokan Society participated in the annual Doukhobor Peace Day in New Westminster.
The BC Government will give Doukhobors first chance to buy back their lost lands at 60 percent of appraised value. One parcel of land to one person or married couple.
This is about a Hearing of a family court case concerning custody of 10-year-old Patsy Gienger, daughter of the late Mary Gienger, who committed suicide from the stre
Dean Geoffrey Andrew of UBC calls the zealot's desire to emigrate to Russia as 'a seasonal affair'.
Premier Bennett said that it's up to the parents of the zealot children detained at New Denver whether they will be released. Some 89 children are detained.
A Molokan group from California participated in the USCC Declaration Day in Brilliant.
After years of persistent effort to get electricity to the Slocan Park valley, just a few miles from major power dams on the Kootenay River, its residents now have power. L
A plane carrying Steve Antifaev and John E. Matser disappeared on a flight from Langley to Penticton. Not found.
USCC Choir performed 10 hymns and folk songs at the 40th Annual Pacific Northwest Kiwanis District Convention in Penticton.
War is equivalent to the use of atomic bombs.
Beatrice Karaloff received a scholarship in Blaine Lake for the highest academic standing in school.
Press reports have misrepresented a recent visit of four people to New Denver, BC. John J. Maloff said that while food and shelter was adequate, forceful separation wa
Bayard Rustin of WRL sent a letter of protest to the Canadian Government concerning the forceful detention of 89 zealot children in New Denver, BC.
This is a true story of life and work among Indians in a wild, remote area of northern California. As told by the authors who worked as field matrons for the US Indian Ser
Anthropology holds up a great mirror to man and lets him look at himself in his infinite varieties. He minimizes the importance of 'racial' physical difference and stresses
When you have seriously studied many sides of a controversy, then, and only then should you try to judge.
Since God is love, each of us must do our part in expressing this love in our daily lives to our fellow men and women.
Once the rockets are perfected to return to earth, war-mongers can be sent to the outer spaces for normal brain washing.
The United Nations may be imperfect, but it is the only international organization which seeks to solve the problems of nations by arbitration rather than by resort to force
The author focuses on some parents who opposed an invitation to their children to attend a joint program of activities with BC Doukhobor youth in December.
The Editor in Vienna helped a stranger in need and learned about life in the French Foreign Legion as well as life on the streets.
Assistance given to The Inquirer by Canora, Saskatchewan farmers.
The writer enjoyed the wit and humour of the column Dasha.
Doukhobors could hardly have originated spontaneously in the primitive conditions prevailing in the Russian countryside, without outside help. The group evolved from e
The notion that Lev N. Tolstoy was respected by Lenin was stated by a guide at Yasnaya Polyana in Tula.
A North American conference on pacifism is planned for 1958.
Five judges of the BC Court of Appeal reserved judgment in an appeal by a zealot couple (Perepelkins) against the committal of their son to a special school.
Two zealot children were committed to the care of the provincial superintendent of Child Welfare and will remain in the New Denver dormitory until they reach the age of
The first Doukhobor marriage ceremony in the Saskatoon Doukhobor Community Home was held on October 24th, when Alec Postnikoff and Marlene Kabatoff were un
The Saskatoon Student Group in cooperation with the youth of USCC have organized panel discussions on unity, the future, impressions of trip to Youth Festival in Mos
Chairman: Norman Rebin. Vice-chairman: Nick W. Sherstobitoff. Sec.-Treas.: Susan Kolesnikoff. Past chairman Koozma J. Tarasoff chaired the meeting. Choir director
Some 20 good books for children are reviewed by a Quaker who is a member of a Committee of Friends and Doukhobors of the AFSC.
Ralph Waldo Emerson: Each age must write its own books. The books of an older period will not fit this. Readers are encouraged to write.
Characters: Dashinka and Rasputnik make a parody of nudity, sin, witchcraft and mooniks.
Thousands of words are expended by the media lauding the merits of extensive defence expenditures. The voice against this pace towards destruction is either non-exi
Impressions of Russia: people are very afraid of war; they are curious about Westerners; most live in crowded quarters; the state takes precedence over individual right
If we lose the meaning of Christmas, then Christmas becomes just another day.
In deep appreciation to the fine efforts of the UDC Convention in the cause of global understanding and peace.
Advocates the introduction of anthropology in high schools.
A German student wishes to correspond in German or English.
Vancouver artist praises The Inquirer for its spirit of inquiry.
This Holland reader has never heard of the Doukhobors. Asks for information.
Seven members of the Saskatoon Student Group will participate in panel discussions, speeches and talent nights with BC youth. Will bring a drama play.
Third year law student Nick W. Sherstobitoff has again been awarded a Mackenzie Scholarship for academic proficiency. He is a member of The Inquirer.
Artist Bill Perehudoff of Modern Press received a national award for design and printing of various scenes form social life of rural Western Canada.
The Saskatoon Doukhobor Ladies' Society held its first tea and sale in the new community home.
Regional Doukhobor delegates laid plans for next year's cultural activities.
The 24 by 48 foot wooden structure was completed in the fall. First speaker at official opening: William P. Sherstobitoff: Let's keep the doors open to all who wish to sha
A fund raising evening programme netted The Inquirer $35.
Doukhobors have been invited to contribute written material to the 100th anniversary of British Columbia in 1958. William N. Papove will chair the sub-committee.
The USCC has been informed by the Red Cross that Peter P. Verigin III has died in confinement in Russia. He was imprisoned in a Russian concentration camp in the 1
Proposed resolutions for the annual youth convention will include Russian language classes and a letter to the UN urging world opinion to employ the spirit of love in its
Does compulsory attendance in public schools infringe on religious freedom? That is the question that the Supreme Court of Canada may soon discuss.
This book is a community enterprise by teachers and students at Wesleyan and Harvard Universities on the theoretical aspects of personality development beginning w
I am the past, the present, and the future. I am the beginning and the end. I think, I am.
Our challenge is to bridge understanding between the East and the West, to create a world where hunger, pestilence and fear are reduced to a minimum, and where res
Our discussions and choices must be guided by our ability to discriminate between good and evil. I wish that the inner light within you will burn brighter and brighter.
Man and His Conscience' was originally written for radio, but adapted for a stage play. Performed in Western Canada on several occasions. A one man play.
This historic youth tour in December included panel discussions on issues of the day, slide shows and talks of trip to Europe, a stage play, banquets, socials, tours, visit
Keep your head above water and persist to the finish.
A tribute to inspiring words.
The health of humanity is being jeopardized by radio-active fall-out, radiation, and the blast of the H-bomb itself. To avoid the return of the stone age, we must be wise.
An All Canada Conference on Non-Violence is scheduled for June 1957.
Four zealot members were given an official send-off in Krestova as four Saskatchewan and Vancouver visitors were present. Guests: William N. Papove, Peter S. Fami
Pelly Choir organized a choral evening with instrumental numbers and monologues included.
A tea and home-baking sale in Langham raised funds for the purchase of kitchen facilities for the new Doukhobor Community Home.
Third annual meeting of the Doukhobor Society of Saskatoon held January 18. The society was officially founded on Jan. 19, 1955.
The Quakers called on all nations to work for renewed disarmament negotiations.
The author announces the publication of his novel on Christians manufacturing H-Bombs and waging war.
Potter is a former staff member of The Free Age Press, founded for the dissemination of Tolstoyan literature, prohibited by the police censorship of the Tsar.
BC Peace Council Chairman for BC writes: We are working to stop nuclear arms testing as a sincere start towards disarmament.
This writer from England argues that Westerners can still protest, without molestation, while Soviets do not have this advantage.
I should like to get some information about the Doukhobors.
We can learn from the cat to be tranquil, relaxed, and have the ability to enjoy instant sleep.
We are one family of man, yet we degrade ourselves when we forget it.
Peace News, an international pacifist weekly in England, has been banned in South Africa, and other publications are threatened with the ban imposed by a Bill on cens
World Youth Festival participant describes her two-day international hiking experience from Chop to Moscow. Friendships made.
Peace is a feeling state that resembles God.
This a review of the significant highlights in 1957 in the Doukhobor 'world' of some 20,000 in Canada. Conventions, visits abroad, panel discussions and festivals highlig
Misconceptions: Zealots are not the same as Doukhobors. Use of word 'Doukh' is derogatory. Innuendo of guilt for burnings is unjust.
Writer uses the tiny bee as a metaphor for small and big folks who need not fret at all.
The young lad can say NO and refuse to go to war and kill ones fellow beings.
In Edmonton, Alberta where I live, a local store sells liturgical and Georgian songs. That is not propaganda. A response to Esme Wynne-Tyson.
Author congratulates The Inquirer for not being afraid to advocate pacifism and to criticize Christians for going to war. If Christians have to kill Christians, why preach Ch
This Mission City, BC writer is critical of the youth for presenting the play 'Man and His Conscience' in English at a Community Church in Vancouver.
Modern war punishes more innocent people than guilty. Writer criticizes an evangelical speaker on radio who preaches to churches and sanctions killing. The command
This Pennsylvanian Quaker reports on her attendance at an international seminar on peace in New York. 'Discussion of disarmament should have top priority at the UN.
In January the Junior Doukhobor Choir of Kamsack sponsored an Amateur Nigh. Proceeds went to The Inquirer.
Nick W. Sherstobitoff of Saskatoon has been awarded a University Service of Canada exchange scholarship for 1958-1959 for study in France. He will study French Civ
Verna Popoff was the winner of the Bryant oratory contest in Blaine Lake. Topic: A Look into the Future.
The fifth Workshop in Inter-group Relations for young adults will be held in Banff.
The USCC has received confirmation that Peter Verigin III died on August 13, 1942 from pellagra and a weakened condition of his heart. Mr. Verigin was a long-sought
On January 21st, Eli Popoff became the first BC Doukhobor to become a trustee of the School Board of District 12 when he took office at the inaugural meeting of 1958
The Friends World Committee has estimated the total Quakers for the world is 192,820 compared to 159,506 in 1935.
Canada has its Percows in the zealots. They accuse the BC government of 'concentration camps', 'kidnapping', 'brain-washing'; 'genocide', and physical and mental tort
Peter S. Faminow refuted a front page article of Vancouver Sun, Feb. 20, 1958, 'Siberia Sanctuary Offered Douks' and 'Reds Offer Douks Siberia Sanctuary'. Douk is de
The Editor reviews the history of The Inquirer since its first issue in February 1954. Much has changed, but inquiring spirit continues.
The Editor explores how we can achieve a government of the people, by the people, for the people.
The Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs invites participants to its Fourth World Conference in August.
The Geneva writer wishes The Inquirer 'all success to your fine efforts in favour of world peace and greater human understanding'.
An announcement on the formation of the Svidanya of Youth Club in the Greater Vancouver Valley.
This elder Quaker from Pennsylvania gives thanks to the dedicated young Doukhobors with 'such excellent spiritual insights and the energy of youth'.
Response from a New Zealand reader: My husband and I are representatives for the Voice English paper dedicated to the Brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of
This USA observer from Ohio contends that Amish and the zealots in Canada have similarities. Amish refuse to send children to school beyond the eight grade.
We urgently need the vision to see beyond the horizon and the will to work courageously and constructively to build a world-mindedness and a concern for each other.'
This Vancouver lawyer awaits with hope the acts of goodness and the voices of kindness at home and abroad. Any East-West mutual projects would provide hope for th
The poet, a former teacher, thanks nature for our gifts of seeing and trusts that we in turn will reciprocate by expressing our love in words and deeds.
In our road of life we can learn much when we overcome obstacles in our path.
The Geneva writer wishes The Inquirer 'all success to its search for world peace and greater human understanding'. She wonders why the journal also looks at the pres
In 1936, Peace News was launched in England as a medium for the investigation into the problems and challenges of pacifist propaganda. It has pioneered in new think
Should the State have the right to manufacture weapons of mass destruction, to conscript its citizens for war, to impose taxes for war purposes?
The virtue of bridge-building from generation to generation is highlighted.
Vision, courage and determination are needed to ensure a future.
CCCO was organized in the USA in 1948 to assist men facing prosecution because of refusal on grounds of conscience to cooperate with the draft law.
The development of international law has led to the creation of the United Nations.
The author in the summer of 1903 joined his friend Vladimir G. Chetkov (Tchertkoff) and his fellow workers of the Free Age Press in publishing this pioneering Tolstoyan
In poetic form, the author delves into the historical secrets of the Kootenay-Columbia area of BC on the steppes of Ooteshenie.
The author, a mathematician and teacher in Tbilisi, describes life in the Bogdanovskoi Raion, Georgia, USSR. 'Religion in our society is a personal affair of each citizen.
With exuberance, this Saskatchewan student recalls with fondness his visit with Alberta and BC Doukhobors last December and his glance at the future where willingne
It is commendable that this publication has sought to transcend the dogmatic and traditional order of our Society, yet at the same time has respected various attitudes o
The effectiveness of belief must show itself in its fruits. There is room in the Christian community for members to believe or disbelieve the theological doctrines of the Ch
Singing of hymns and psalms have been permitted in Doukhobor Community Homes, but some elders are opposed to young people singing songs in such buildings wh
Artist Bill Perehudoff reveals his skill as a portraitist by presenting the pride and character of Metis and Indians.
University of Saskatchewan student Norman Rebin won the Douglas Cup for public speaking at the finals in March. Topic: Has the Intellectual Become the Forgotten Ma
William P. Sherstobitoff, a student of Doukhoborism: 'each individual was equal in he face of the Supreme Being, and each has the right and duty to interpret his religion
Peter S Faminow is coordinating a national nonviolence conference at UBC at the end of June. Quakers and FOR will co-host.
The Union of Youth, USCC, in BC are preparing for their eleventh annual Festival to be held at their new Community Centre in Grand Forks, in April.
The USCC male choir appeared on television for a half hour program on Channel Four, Spokane. Soloist Lillian Malloff accompanied the group.
A total of $245,000 was approved in the BC Legislature to cover expenses of the Dept. of Attorney-General, Doukhobor Affairs.
Zealots have made an informal application to the Soviet government for land in the Altai region of SW Siberia. A four-man delegation that traveled to Russia included Bi
An event held in the Robson Community Hall netted $350 from the sale of tea, baked goods and a raffle sponsored by USCC. Proceeds went to the Hospital.
Paul Voykin of Saskatoon won a job as superintendent of the Calumet Country Club on the outskirts of Chicago, USA.
Respect the inquiring approach to social problems.
Our minds need to be awakened and stimulated with truth so as to ward off false propaganda.
The first western Canadian-American conference on nonviolence is scheduled for UBC June 27 - 29. It is designed to draw the world's attention to the moral and pragm
World citizens ought to renounce the wicket weapons of mass destruction and to do so in the full knowledge of the risk that we are taking.
The Inquirer will be suspended for the summer because of financial difficulties. In the meantime the Editor will go to Vancouver, BC to write a piece on the contributions
UDC will team up with FOR and the Quakers to organize a major conference on peace through nonviolence.
Decision-making is a universal human endeavour that expresses our living nature.
You have got to work hard to see what you see.
This exclusive report from Moscow focuses on higher education in the USSR. Topics include: colleges, higher institutes, correspondence courses, student organizations
Perseverance will overcome distractions.
A member of the Wider Quaker Fellowship deplores the lack of skills in dealing with zealotry in BC. Recalls the work of the Research and Consultative Committees of 1
Golden Rule and its four member crew were stopped by US authorities while at sea near Honolulu, Hawaii. Its members risked their lives to enter the Eniwetok H-Bomb
This behind-the-scene expose looks at the zealot philosophy including their contradictions and stabilizing factors, as well as the motives for the proposed migration.
The tenth Annual Convention of UDC is scheduled for Salmo in July. The group will initiate plans for the future.
Singing, a one-act play and speeches highlighted the 11th annual Festival of the Union of Youth in Grand Forks in April when an estimated audience of 2500 turned out,
Choral groups from BC, Alberta and Sask. will sing at the UBC Nonviolence Conference June 27. Harry W. Vereschagin will be on hand to direct. Hymns selected on aw
George Strukoff of Grand Forks spent two years building a telescope powerful enough to see Jupiter, its four moons, Saturn, Mars, and Venus. All work was done at his
Spokesmen for the zealot group in BC still claim their plan to migrate to Russia will materialize despite reports to the contrary. William Moojelsky quoted a statement fro
Sergei P. Relkoff is the new manager of the Sunshine Valley Co-operative Society in Grand Forks. Peter P. Podovinnikoff will become the assistant manager.
Upon graduation in Law, Nick W. Sherstobitoff of Saskatoon has been awarded more prizes for proficiency at the University of Saskatchewan. He will be studying in Fra
The American poet deals with life, death, the good and the bad, and the beautiful.
Nonviolent truth force is the alternative to the disaster of atomic warfare, yet the great powers continue their frantic trust in atomic weapons. Urges attendance at Nonvio
A member of the Vegetarian Cooperative Society in Plovdiv, Bulgaria asks for more information on the Doukhobors.
Young people of Saskatchewan are not satisfied to rest on the laurels of the forefathers who suffered for their beliefs in prisons. Suggests discussion topic on the absen
We of The Inquirer have neither time nor leisure, but a sincere desire to give voice to our beliefs in the medium of the press.
The letter of March 3, 1958 contains important names of the vegetarian movement during Lev Tolstoy's era. It was written by Professor Gusev of Moscow to a vegetaria
Let our forefathers rest peacefully in their graves. Sometimes I wonder where you get such impudence to print such matter. Your past reader.'
Writer suggests that the quest of Doukhobors today may be some sort of marriage of the reluctant partners of philosophy, Biblical religion and ethics. 'Which if possible,
Instead of criticizing the Saskatchewan students, they should be given credit for having written such an interesting play and presenting it so well during their Christmas to
Writer: 'You are making a wonderful contribution by making both Doukhobors and non-Doukhobors aware of significant values in the Doukhobor religion and culture.'
The Director of Allied Writers in Kansas City, USA acknowledges The Inquirer as an 'excellent little publication' and invites the editor to come into its fellowship.
The satire begins with a look at Dr. Chisholm of Victoria, BC, then goes to the zealots and their proposed migration scheme, finally a Children's Peace Song.
The book consists of a series of essays which form an appeal to the individual human conscience and attacks ignorance, apathy and complacency. Calls for the substitu
Small, parochial, or national outlook has to be dropped. Instead, people of the world will have to re-educate themselves and cultivate broad sympathies.
Two new records of the USCC male chorus of Grand Forks were released while on a recent trip to Spokane, Washington. : Luba Malloff, as soloist, was featured in 'The
The Inquirer has been suspended during the summer. Financial difficulties have forced the journal to publish a news-sheet in mimeograph format rather than commercia
Dr. Brock Chisholm of World Health Organization stated: 'In this different world, where no precedents for peace exist, we must extend our loyalties from family, clan, rac
Since June the Editor has been in Vancouver working on a BC Centennial project: 'The contributions of the Doukhobors to BC and Canada'.
If the zealots depart, then the coloured folk from Little Rock could fill the vacuum. Comments on UDC report on New Denver.
Cites reports in Italian paper of the noble efforts of the Doukhobors. Desires to have an exchange of ideas.
This Hollywood, California writer commends The Inquirer for a wonderful beginning. The creative forces may be scattered, but they shall soon find anew another centre
This US anthologist has moved to Africa on assignment. He sends his new address so that he will not miss any issue of The Inquirer.
This history buff from England is interested in mystical rationalistic movements, including the Russian colony at Tucton near Christchurch.
I always admired the freshness, the enthusiasm, your desire, your need to express yourselves — the love to write, the gauge of true talent, true culture.'
Professor Gatty writes: 'We are glad to have received your important publications, the content of which has been, justly our valued object.'
From Cambridge, England: 'I am in full admiration for the pacifist stand of the Doukhobors.'
Thanks for the fine words you sent me. Such are the best pay a poet can get or expect.'
Dr. Gokale, professor of history, India: 'The vegetarian way is a human of life and a key to Nonviolent behaviour.'
The Editor reports on the Fifth Annual Workshop for Young Adults held in Banff, Alberta; 47 youth of different ethnic and religious origins attended including Natives, Ne
Over 200 delegates from Nonviolence Conference sent a resolution to PM Diefenbaker, asking for a Royal Commission on developing a pacifist Canadian foreign policy
Director of University Extension: 'Your purpose is a solemn one, to look at the ways and means of gaining understanding.'
UDC Chairman: 'I hope that in the not too distant future, we will all be members of the human race.'
Dr. Koopman, Mercer Island, Washington: 'As a vegetarian I am opposed to war. Man is what he eats. If we all became vegetarians, possibly there would be no war.'
Sask. resident: 'We are afraid to speak up in the face of threatening atomic destruction. Let's face it.'
We have faith that humanity has a nobler destiny: To reach eventually that level of development where each of us is capable of living with our fellow men.'
Chairman of USCC: There are two paths before us: '(1) destructive killing or (2) the way of Christ.'
Writer from Grand Forks, BC: 'Truth is one — absolute — like that of Gandhi. Truth is God.'
Writer from BC: 'Most of us agree that we shouldn't kill. Live a good Christian life, we say, or even let's become vegetarians. But we have to be realists.'
Quaker from Argenta, BC: 'What does nonviolence mean in our lives? To teach people to be good citizens is to bring them into our homes. Concern too is to provide an
Quaker from Argenta, BC: 'If we live a good life it will grow. We don't spend enough time on our inner life
California Molokan: 'Are we going to ask Eisenhower and Khrushchev to stop war? They could say: What is your formula for peace? Can we then reply by our actions th
An Edmonton, Alberta activist described how the joint efforts of the FOR, Quakers and Mennonites have helped to initiate a University Extension night class on War and
Vancouver Doukhobor: 'We cannot point accusing fingers at others until we fulfill our obligations at home.'
Seattle, Washington man: 'If we limit national sovereignty in the interests of the whole, then world government is possible.'
Dr. Black, Citizenship and Immigration, Vancouver: 'Although I'm not a pacifist, your invitation to allow me to speak shows your broad-mindedness. I agree on one great
From Bellingham, Washington: 'I refer to you the case of Montgomery, Alabama where the Negroes won the right to sit with the whites in buses. It's the same method as
Rev Karpoff of Genelle, BC: 'Peace within our midst.'
From Lundbreck, Alberta: 'First we must be left on earth to achieve high ideals. Secondly, we must put pressure on the government to find another way — a peaceful wa
Dr Victor, Quaker, of Seattle, Washington, has just returned from an AFSC assignment in India. Suggests that we ought to persist in our goals of reaching a nonviolent s
Chairman of the NW area Committee of FOR: 'We are daring to hope that this Conference may be the pattern of similar ones to come in succeeding years … in suppor
Peter S. Faminow, UDC reported on Nonviolence Conference and on UDC Convention in Salmo: suggested a name change form UDC to Doukhobor Society of Canada
A UDC Committee proposed that the children be immediately released from New Denver, preliminary to the establishment of a special school for them. Report by Peter
USCC entered an outstanding float at the Centennial Parade in Grand Forks depicting women pulling a plough on the prairies.
The governments of BC and Canada have agreed to assist some 2600 zealots in their plans to migrate to the Soviet Union. The USSR agreed to accept the applications
The Associated Boards of Trade and Commerce of SE BC met to study 'the Doukhobor problem'. As a result, the Kootenay and Boundary Citizens' Committee on Douk
USCC has advised its members that some 19,000 acres of Kootenay land plus building may now be purchased either individually or communally.
A Committee of Quakers, FOR and Doukhobors recommended that a North American Conference of Peace Through Nonviolence be held in December 1959.
The 100th anniversary of the birth of Peter V. Verigin was commemorated by 3700 USCC members in Brilliant on June 29th. Toil and Peaceful Life slogan was carried o
Koozma J. Tarasoff's two-month study of BC newspapers found wide press inaccuracy, denial of diverse expression and discrimination against two of Canada's minority
The report was a response to a challenge by the Vancouver Sun to make a balanced survey of BC editorial and news handling of Doukhobor stories. 801 separate clipp
a bond of unity among its readers.



urnal will be launched.
er feeling of brotherhood and human kindness.

n. There exists a spiritual chaos.
ur young people for a long, long time…
 the past four months by an increasing number of acts of incendiarism and blasting.

e are familiar with. It was written in its time to inspire a people who were lagging or deteriorating, to resurrect and carry on a started cause…




, or will it succumb to the reactionary bliss, as previous heralders have ended?'
 the American one. We have been supporting and helping every move for world peace….What will your friends do to dissuade Canada form providing instruments of death to warring




s. How could you all even discuss such things as smoking, drinking, hunting, eating meat, etc.'

o carry on the work commenced. I share your vision that education can do a lot to implement…Doukhoborism….'
problem of distribution and ownership of land.




ulley, Mr Shirras, Dr Wright, Mr Thaine, and Mr Stevens. Col Mead of the RCMP said that actions against the zealots and Doukhobors is deeper than a police problem. It was a spiri
cation, as well as to pacifism and militarism? In facing the threat to our civilization by the dreaded atomic bomb and other weapons of mass destruction, do we wake, or do we sleep?

dbreck, Alberta July 4-5.
ies gathered with song and speeches, many with full colourful costumes. No adjudicators and no competition, but cultural preservation was the goal.

eive formal education in the New Denver institution.
hips as incentives, Man and Woman of the Year, Seniors Homes, Doukhobor Institute, youth movement, UN, problems in BC, and The Inquirer.




s activities so as to encourage a balance of body, mind and spirit. Freedom of expression should encourage a world view thought.
be brought forward at the Convention of the Union of Doukhobors of Canada July 4-5, The Preamble emphasizes that pacifism and nonviolent conflict resolution remain central to the
 oul of man and directs him from within. We must uphold the legacy of our ancestors.
ample of cooperative living.


of Russia with Ukraine. Met Russian Doukhobor student William M. Chutskov as well as Vladimir V. Chertkov whose father helped Doukhobors migrate to Canada in 1899. Sees valu

 olence to our fellow beings is no solution for universal friendship and happiness.
 John J. Verigin, Mr Wright, Mr Thaine, and Mr Kolodinin. The focus is on curtailing burnings and bombings in the Kootenays. One of the solutions discussed was relocation of zealot




anguage. A radio program was also considered to dispel some of the misconceptions of the Doukhobors in the wider world.

da-wide choir tours to revive the Doukhobor movement.
d Semi-Gods. Urges The Inquirer to disseminate truth and not bow to sectarian ignorance. Sees Doukhobors as vanguards to Pacifists and Iconoclasts.


 is dealing with continuing violence in the Kootenays of British Columbia. Zealot motives and behaviour are discussed.
gainst the extension of the franchise to the Doukhobors.

sons was Dr. Harry B. Hawthorn of UBC. Delegates of various racial, religious, cultural and other groups from the three western provinces discussed such questions as the right to lan
 ssian language.                   has produced (instead of recorded)



oral and church authorities. However, anything that contributes to a greater expression and appreciation of our being is acceptable.



hey had guns.
esent. All we need is to culture it more. We are leaders, not followers.
in this rare culture.


r of Parliament Mr. Stevens adopts the first, but not the other two.
                                    Salikin

oral and financial support if you continue to publish such blasphemous materials.
ur is. Truth is relative and depends on the point of view.
 Professor of Soils, UBC, looks on soil, agriculture and rehabilitation. Any person who commits violence loses his conscientious objectors status.



e's outlook along with a spirit of working together.
 much an audience can be attracted by a few courageous souls who have the fortitude to start something different.


up arms. Response: This statement I believe to be false. Doukhobors are realists and believe that Love and Truth will eventually triumph over evil. Furthermore: Doukhobors are reco


elongs solely to the Doukhobors, and if the Russian language is lost, Doukhoborism will dissolve and disintegrate with it.

 reveals that their leader Sorokin is just a synthetic product from the sociological laboratories designed to change the culture matrix of their primitive society. Doukhobors do not belie

r Baseball League.
   mind, broaden our knowledge, not in quantity but in quality and practice what we preach. It even takes education to do this.
 tevens, Mr Wright, Anton Kalesnikoff, Bill Markin, Dr N.A.M. MacKenzie, and Mr Melrose. This is a verbatim transcript of the Minutes as they appeared in our copy. No attempt was m
om to law takes place when larger groups conform to the custom and write it in a book or a manuscript.
 y Doukhobortsi came to Canada, basic differences in background, vast majority attend school, the paradox, in the press, and possible solutions.
 sgressions of Peter V. Verigin.
  the movement of S. S. Sorokin to Uruguay. Zealots asked the Quakers to recall Gulley because of his involvement in supporting the separation of children from their parents in the N

nsmit and exchange to the total world society.
he basis of ones membership.
                                    Compliments

kov, and some Russian Doukhobors. Responds to distortions in a letter to editor by George Popoff.
, and discussion and debating groups.
estioned. Cooperation with Ivan Sysoev on hymn book.


 owledge is the food of the soul.
d working for a peaceful world.

he way of life as the way of love. FOR began in England in 1914 and was extended to the USA in 1915.

ip is published. Sub-committees: Land relocation of Sons of Freedom, land problems of USCC, social assistance of Sons of Freedom, and community relations of USCC. Function of
o the zealots, about the UDC, English and Russian schools, and election of new officers.




 ience in Saskatoon where she was born.



ie (UBC president).

or film is needed to present this experience to the world.
one an injustice to themselves, as well as to the Sons.




ng, display, and celebrate.



bors), Sam Antifaev (his ice rink in the Henrietta district), and C. Roy Brookbank (adult educator).




vation Army mission post.
cts where there are USCC members.
 will of the people, and not a pagan dictator thriving on superstition.

arly attending public schools.
nity aims of the UDC, but to cooperate with it on common issues.

method to search for new truths.
etting others live.



 refore be eliminated.
 e of constructive ideas.


 on Credit Committee, and as activist in the Doukhobor community.
Canadian Pacific Airlines; Elaine Polovnikoff has performed in a three-act play.


Sponsored by the Community Programs Branch, Dept. of Education.
ding and world peace.



N. Meakin, Michael N. Postnikoff, John K. Tarasoff, Alex W. Vereschagin, and William P. Sherstobitoff.




y 31 — August 14, 1955.
e Blaine Lake Society of Doukhobors, described the screening of the rare images of pioneer life.




which they undertake to prevent and to punish'. Canada is a signatory to the Convention.

 er. It explains why Doukhobors deny organized and orthodox religion.
 peal to Doukhobor organizations to publish this book?




 y Doukhobors in Canada encountered many hardships.
 ntermediaries, and direct attention to the inner God.

 ctures in ones life.
an as he is in his physical, mental and organic whole.'
 wer service. Instead government is considering exporting electrical power to the USA.

 rming of Germany; message sent to Parliament.

ves leading to societal unity.
documents (1908). Original taken from a memorandum written in 1805 by an unknown author.

s such a choice.
 r arms, were arrested, and were severely persecuted.
 4th. Why has the USCC officially pulled out?
  William Saliken
mic weapons of mass destruction. Solution: abolish war and turn to nonviolent alternatives.
 all preparations for war. Peace and brotherhood is our slogan.
 ance to counter unfavourable press publicity and slanted writings by some authors and the so-called Sons of Freedom.


 ley and his supporters.
  recorded in Vancouver during their two-week tour of the coast.
 oon, Sask. March 17.
 nderground movement. Hence this interpretation may be suspect.


 s and dogmas.

elioff, Mac Pereverzoff, Alex L. Osatchoff, Doris Hoodekoff, Pat P. Shukin, Dona M. Tomilin, and Alexander A. Gorkoff.


nt, incoherent, libelous, voluminous and not concise. This is a public press.
ge in BC and Sask.




n was exiled.
ardships cited.




; choir tour; response to the New Denver issue.
 , Anna Markova, Peter P. Verigin.
me to Canada in 1905.




on-Doukhobors implicated.

be blind to all Gods.



ocratic society.

 useful to overcome prejudice.




avel Biryukov, Tolstoy's biographer.
n Saskatoon.
 for granted.
 llenged divinity.




needy. Details presented.




ability from zealot attacks.



cellent subject.



st all wars and politics.




4.8 average for four years.


s and Freedomites are scapegoats for the Verigins. Sees S. S. Sorokin as champion.
periment to disrupt Doukhobors.
enced by The Inquirer.




 church and state in waging wars.




esponded with warm hospitality.




e growth of a new idea.




ary, zealots protest, art is booming. land issue, Bonch-Bruevich died, community homes built.
or). Biographer of Tolstoy.




utterites, others.




and The Inquirer.
airman. John F. Papove, sec. treas.


s included Bonch-Bruevich, Lenin, Peter V. Verigin. Wife was a talented teacher.
ria made any promises to the Doukhobors.




om human history.
scow In 1957.


ssian Doukhobors to Canada.
igher education especially valuable.
er P. Verigin. In 1930 denied visa to Russia.




 1924 explosion was caused by time bomb.
 and is a conspiracy to designed to 'prime the pump'.
e of God as exemplified in love of fellow man.

ctress at drama night in Canora.
e cosigners of the pamphlet.
king, they pioneered democracy.
 ures, singing, spiritual instruction, marriage and funeral services.




was responsible for taking their children to New Denver.




ost of the time to keep afloat.'
of love in alleviating human suffering.




ve allowed religious racketeers to exploit them. CO status needs to be worked for.


mns and folksongs.




rial Hall Committee. Enjoys mixed farming.

s for "defence". I only pay two dollars per year.'

kness of Sicily.




scribed as being the worst.




et up the first school. Peter G. Makaroff was a student.
ercially printed journal.
 at UDC conference.

 velopment as we adapted to our environment.
 and legal status.
Free thinkers such as Doukhobors deserve respect.




 d several have Intelligence Quotients in the genius category.

 te unity of all people




C convention approaching; Book of Life.

must apply the fruits of our interest to the problem of the day.

Doukhobor Institute proposal, film idea, zealot hijacking concerns, and language.
 erience of our sense organs. Both approaches are useful.
ng a nonkilling society is an example for others.
 convention sidelights.
the Pion-Era in July. A great success.
 pirit seemed lacking.




 readily than school children?

n, sound will power, open mind, relaxation, and optimism.


for a nonkilling society.




as provocation.

 1934. Toil and Peace Life was their slogan.
y populated by Doukhobors.
 resident in the province for six months, are now eligible to vote.

have caused trouble.
Stepan and Alesha. 'No politics, No Premier, No Messiah.'
 pieces afterwards.

and value unfalsified truth and reason which unites all.



 opoff, Peter Bludoff, Alec Postnikoff, & William P. Sherstobitoff (chairman).




esnikoff and Koozma J. Tarasoff.
ng up militarism, but a minority can be right and can be effective.'




made him a beacon in a time of intellectual darkness.
n Saskatoon, Sask.

 active in community affairs.
d a prophet hoping to attract Doukhobor migrants to this area.


 of Eastern Europe. Its timing comes when zealots appeal to court to regain custody of their children.
ucation. He was a man of courage and conviction as well as contradictions.

ds. Send moral support to Martin Luther King, Jr.
RCMP for trespass and assault.


ndship and goodwill. Knowledge or Russian language is an asset.




of humour. Know thyself.

gether in a life of complete brotherhood.

erstand things that clash with their own customs, privileges, or beliefs.


nviolent approach has survival value.


on stage without animosity toward the other?

spect for all. These are the basis for unity.

on of power and a change in the social system itself. 'You can't wipe out war by war.'

ita Popoff who performed a duet.



sian schools headed by Mr. Petko; history lectures held.
n English Friends who went to Moscow in 1951.
ublic representative I must vote on alternative military policies.

 es for refusing to take part in militarism.




schagin's choir sessions.


 tters, while youth are eager to become active.

hed a copy of the recommendations.

d in mimeo format.


ges are different, the language of the Spirit is the same. Meets Tsar.
 nquirer on other media.
ems of violence.


 criminality is questioned.



t Youth was turned down by some vocal elders.

 g enlightenment.
 e to humanitarian needs.
 l, cultural and spiritual needs of young and old.
 rature, cookery demonstrations and restaurants serve as main propagating devices.


 heir parents.


 e larger society.




 as which we don't agree with and learn to live together in peace.
 ched errors is a real challenge.

al journalistic practice.
our problems.
omic control over Sirotskoe.
rticles. We are indebted to them for the freedom to speculate.
cept cloth and household furniture. These are Hutterites.

at of atomic war, have all made possible for The Inquirer to survive.


, with moderation and adaptive change.
ve and Truth acquire anew their salt and power on earth.
mething real and positive to promote peace.
of humanitarian love.
  the powerful forces of nationalism and power-politics.
are the same as the Sons of Freedom. (i.e. a hijacking act).
 iance to the crown.

 Vanjoff and Peter Gritchen. Lilliam Malloff sang three songs.



hison's account is biased and uninformed.
osion and flash fire.



vited before reprinting it.




 ikes the different versions of some of the traditional dishes.
d was fermented in each case. Hence a mockery of the Church.




 ned in terms of equal opportunity for a fair trial in court.
and putting them into a concentration campus.
tar all Doukhobors with the zealot brush.




ns are invited.
be more than a word but a living experience.


d. But what is a 'true' Doukhobor?
y been excavated.
 lue to all. Ritual forms are invented and therefore can be changed by man.

and special speakers as well as a regular 'Inquirer Days'.


hem in Canada.

ends into Liberals and Orthodox.


the sun, not the earth, was the center of things.




i A. Popoff, Mildred Fahrni, and Cecil R. Evans.




 of Doukhobors of Canada.
y placed on the federal voters' list.

n which is the divine reason of the universe.
rights, then the UN will succeed.

ng the peaceful way.
ck W. Shertobitoff and Koozma J. Tarasoff clarify details of the trip.

a, Buchanin, Watson and Kylemore and guests from Saskatoon and Langham.
t movements in the USA.
nsurance policies cancelled by Lloyds of London.

 olution to dispose this sum.


author. The author denounces war and praises pacifism.
The Choir began in 1947 as a men's choir, but women were soon added.



n food. Walked 20,000 miles to date.
oblems are those of transition between generations.

endent of the school.

ations of carding and spinning wool.


 — this choir, for example?
ves birth to a son who turns out good, like Jesus.
 he removal of all causes of war.'

unds of sectarian thought. Their highest hopes: Brotherhood of Man.
 museums, Metro, ballet performances, and churches.
elong to one human race.

as 'a test of the Canadian conscience'.

person or married couple.
tted suicide from the stress of New Denver.

are detained.

sidents now have power. Largely populated by Doukhobors.




ate, forceful separation was not healthy for the children.

ons for the US Indian Service in 1908 and 1909.
l difference and stresses the importance of changing nutrition, weather, etc.



 her than by resort to force. Common goal: peace and prosperity of all.
h in December.



The group evolved from earlier historical inspiration.


special school.
until they reach the age of 15.
Marlene Kabatoff were united in marriage.
p to Youth Festival in Moscow. This will be a first.
he meeting. Choir directors: Peter Kolesnikoff and Mrs. Boki.Origin of group in 1924.Revived in 1951.
struction is either non-existent or too weak to be heard.
ence over individual rights.




pen to all who wish to share in the higher ideals of man.

 he sub-committee.
oncentration camp in the 1930s.
 oy the spirit of love in its present crisis.

development beginning with infancy.

 minimum, and where respect reigns for all.
brighter and brighter.
one man play.
quets, socials, tours, visits, and choral performances.


e age, we must be wise.

N. Papove, Peter S. Faminow, William P. Sherstobitoff, and Nick W. Sherstobitoff.




ip of the Tsar.
mposed by a Bill on censorship of the Press.


sions and festivals highlight the year.




Christians, why preach Christian love and the brotherhood of man?

ons killing. The commandment Thou shalt not kill is clear, but not followed.
ave top priority at the UN.'

. He will study French Civil law, Roman law and International law at the Sorbonne in Paris.


erigin was a long-sought spiritual leader of the USCC.
naugural meeting of 1958. About 50 percent of the local students in Grand Forks are of Doukhobor background.

d physical and mental torture for the cause of religious freedom. Both make powerful 'cold war' propaganda.
 ria Sanctuary'. Douk is derogatory and unjust. Remarks to author are unfair and without foundation.




  under the Fatherhood of God.
d the eight grade.
 concern for each other.'
 would provide hope for the future.
nal also looks at the preservation of isolationism and separation from the world.
as pioneered in new thinking in nonviolence and reconciliation.




 this pioneering Tolstoyan journal. Met Kropotkin, Verigin, Biryukov, Heinemann and Beinstock.

onal affair of each citizen. The government does not interfere in religious matters'
  he future where willingness to listen, discuss and respect ideas are paramount.
pected various attitudes of different groups. Even the "Sons of Freedom" did not escape their inquiry.'
 logical doctrines of the Church.
ongs in such buildings which they call 'Prayer Homes'. A questionnaire was handed out and its results were published.

Become the Forgotten Man?
uty to interpret his religion as he sees fit…motivated by the principle of love and brotherhood of all mankind.'




led to Russia included Bill Moojelsky, Joe Podovinikoff, John Chernoff and Nick Kanigan.
o the Hospital.



n to the moral and pragmatic aspects of nuclear war. Love your enemy.

 iece on the contributions of the Doukhobors to BC during the province's Centennial.



ses, student organizations, preparations, textbooks, and international ties.

sultative Committees of 1950-54 and summarizes the simple and workable solutions.
ter the Eniwetok H-Bomb testing area in an effort to prevent US from conducting these tests.
 proposed migration.

dience of 2500 turned out, incl. 500 youth. John J. Verigin spoke.
  ct. Hymns selected on away with guns, slaughter and boundaries. We are all kin.
 . All work was done at his home.
ky quoted a statement from their 52-member Fraternal Council.
 stant manager.
  He will be studying in France in the Fall.

ges attendance at Nonviolence Conference.

ussion topic on the absence of the Bible at Doukhobor meetings.

 of Moscow to a vegetarian in Bulgaria.

ethics. 'Which if possible, would indeed be a noble achievement.'
 l during their Christmas tour of BC.
or religion and culture.'
nto its fellowship.
  Peace Song.
ency. Calls for the substitution of love for hate.

 loist, was featured in 'The Loving Heart', an old favourite.
mat rather than commercially printed. Deficit: $3,693.15.
 ties from family, clan, racial group — to the world.'



 ind anew another centre of expression.




ded including Natives, Negroes, Japanese, Doukhobors, Jews.
st Canadian foreign policy. Reactions by participants recorded.


here would be no war.'




ncern too is to provide an atmosphere free from atomic bombs.'

 en reply by our actions that we are living a harmonious life?'
on night class on War and Peace.


ess. I agree on one great truth — forgiveness.'
s. It's the same method as Gandhi used in India. There is part of God in every person.'

 ther way — a peaceful way.'
 of reaching a nonviolent society.
eeding years … in support of the high purposes we hold in common.'
 khobor Society of Canada; non action on The Inquirer; new executive.
 or them. Report by Peter S. Faminow and William N. Papove.

 to accept the applications of zealots as immigrants into the country. Final decision is uncertain.
zens' Committee on Doukhobor-Canadian Affairs was formed. Chair: Dr. C. H. Wright of Trail, BC

December 1959.
  Life slogan was carried on a banner from the Verigin tomb to the Brilliant village.
 t two of Canada's minority groups: the Doukhobors and the Sons of Freedom.
 tories. 801 separate clippings from daily and weekly newspapers were studied. Full report reprinted.
instruments of death to warring countries?'




a police problem. It was a spiritual problem. This is a job for 'mental scientists'.
n, do we wake, or do we sleep?




resolution remain central to the aims of youth.




e to Canada in 1899. Sees value of cultural exchanges as a way to build bridges of understanding and peace.


cussed was relocation of zealots. The political state's claim to absolute authority over its citizens. Conscientious objection is itself simply a special case under nonconformity, and her
uch questions as the right to language, group culture and group prejudices. Hawthorn: Compromise is an honourable word in Canada, and describes the honest effort to satisfy confl




thermore: Doukhobors are recognized by their deeds, not by their birth.




ociety. Doukhobors do not believe in sorcery or sorcerers.
d in our copy. No attempt was made by the editor to make corrections. They do not seem to be official. The Minutes should be studied as a background to the report of the Doukhobo



ldren from their parents in the New Denver institution.




y relations of USCC. Function of Consultative Committee: 1. to assist the Sons of Freedom to emigrate if they wished and 2. to assist Doukhobors in living the kind of life they want to
e under nonconformity, and heresy is another aspect of the same thing.
the honest effort to satisfy conflicting claims.
d to the report of the Doukhobor Research Committee. In this last of a series, the focus was on relocation of the Sons of Freedom as a solution to Kootenay problems.




ving the kind of life they want to live in Canada. Report on Penal Matters.
otenay problems.
Abbreviations and Terms used
AFSC          American Friends Service Committee (a Society of Friends service arm)
4-H           Farm youth organization, "Head-Heart-Hands-Health" <http://www.4husa.org>
AD            date after Christ
BBC           British Broadcasting Corporation <http://www.bbc.co.uk>
BC            British Columbia, Canada
CBC           Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
CCCO          Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors <http://www.objector.org>
CCUB          Christian Community of Universal Brotherhood (Community Doukhobors)
CO            Conscientious Objector (to war)
CPR           Canadian Pacific Railroad
CPR           Canadian Progressive Party
DI            Doukhobor Inquirer, later shortened to The Inquirer
ECC           Evangelical Catholic Communion
FRD           Federation of Russian Canadians
FOR           Fellowship of Reconciliation
HBC           Hudson Bay Company, Canada
IQ            Intelligent Quotient
M.D.          Medical Doctor
MCC           Mennonite Central Committee
NFB           National Film Board of Canada <http://www.nfb.ca>
PFRA          Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act
PYAG          Pacifist Youth Action Group
Peter's Day   Annual Doukhobor Peace Day commemorating the arms burning in Russia on the night on June 29, 1895. Also ca
PhD           Doctor of Philosophy
Quakers       Society of Friends
RCMP          Royal Canadian Mounted Police
RCYO          Russian Canadian Youth Organization
RPM           revolutions per minute
Sask          Saskatchewan, Canada
sobranie      Russian: a gathering of people for prayer, business, etc.
Sons'         Sons of Freedom, zealots.
SCM           Student Christian Movement
U of Sask.    University of Saskatchewan <http://www.usask.ca>
UBC           University of British Columbia, Vancouver <http://www.ubc.edu>
UDC           Union of Doukhobors of Canada
UN            United Nations <http://www.un.org>
US            United States
USA           United States of America
USCC          Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ (Community Doukhobors)
USSR          Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Soviet Union
UYD           Union of Young Doukhobors, Saskatchewan
U of Y        Union of Youth, USCC
WRI           War Resisters' International
WRL           War Resisters League (an affiliate of WRI)
WCP           World Council of Peace
the night on June 29, 1895. Also called St. Peter's Day.
F_Name      Name                             Count Group    925 Total Count
            Organizations / News Sources        87     25   303 Total Sources
            Canadian Press                      10 a
            CCCO                                 3a
            Di Paola                             1a
            Free Press Weekly Prairie Farmer     1a
            Friends World Committee              1a
            Grand Forks Gazette                 14 a
            Iskra                                1a
            Kamsack Times                        1a
            National Council of Social Work      1a
            National War Regulations             3a
            Nelson Daily News                   26 a
            Ottawa Citizen                       1a
            Pacifist Youth Action Group          1a
            Peace News                           1a
            Report by RCMP April 30, 1953        1a
            Reuters                              1a
            Saskatoon Star-Phoenix              11 a
            Social Science Encyclopedia          1a
            Sports College                       1a
            The High Power Watt of Energy        1a
            Trail Daily Times                    1a
            United Nations                       1a
            USCC                                 2a
            Wilsey Outlook                       1a
            Youth Friendship League              1a
            People Not Named                     2      2
            Canadian Mennonite                   1b
            Canadian student in USA              1b
            Doukhobors Not Named                65     12
            Anonymous                            2c
            Editor                               3c
            Editors                              1c
            Hopeful                              1c
            Inquirer                            50 c
            Mothers of zealots                   1c
            P. E. (Anonymous in Alberta)         1c
            Polly & Marge                        1c
            Reader                               1c
            Special Correspondent                2c
            Staff Member                         1c
            Various delegates                    1c
            Doukhobors / Sectarians Named      615    156
Sam A.      Androsoff                            2d
Hanna       Antifaev                             2d
Ignat P.    Antifeev                             2d
Mable       Barisoff                             2d
M. A.       Bayduk                               1d
Olga        Biryukov (Tolstoyan)                17 d
Pavel       Biryukov (Tolstoyan)                 3d
George A.   Bloodoff                             4d
George W.       Bloodoff         1   d
Laura           Bloodoff         1   d
Peter M.        Bloodoff         2   d
Peter S.        Bludoff         15   d
John G.         Bondoreff        4   d
Deanna          Boulanoff        1   d
John W.         Cazakoff         1   d
W. J.           Cazakoff         2   d
Jim J.          Chernenkoff      2   d
John J.         Chernenkoff      7   d
Peter F.        Chernoff         2   d
William M.      Chernoff         1   d
Sam             Cheveldayoff     1   d
William F.      Chutskoff        3   d
William         Chutskov         1   d
William Peter   Deackoff         2   d
Michael P.      Deakoff          2   d
Michael         Dergousoff       1   d
Paul            Dergousoff       1   d
Tom E.          Dergousoff       4   d
Elaine Marie    Ewachiw          1   d
Florence S.     Faminow          7   d
Frances S.      Faminow          1   d
Peter S.        Faminow         37   d
Steve S.        Faminow          9   d
Joe             Fedosoff         5   d
Fred J.         Fillipoff        3   d
Joe N.          Fofanoff         2   d
Lawrence        Fofonoff         1   d
Nellie          Fomenoff         1   d
Andrew P.       Gleboff          4   d
George G.       Hadikin          1   d
Paul W.         Hadikin          1   d
Vladimir        Hanceroff        1   d
George          Harelkin         2   d
Ann             Harelkin-Dahl    1   d
George          Holoboff         1   d
Frances         Horkoff         14   d
Winnifred       Horkoff          1   d
Nick            Hrimakin         2   d
W. W.           Kabatoff         1   d
Annette         Kalmakoff        1   d
Jim             Kalmakoff        1   d
L. S.           Kalmakoff        1   d
Nick N.         Kalmakoff       19   d
Ethel           Kanigan          2   d
Misha           Karnitsky        4   d
Mrs. R.         Kinakin          1   d
Paul            Koftinoff        1   d
Anton           Kolesnikoff      2   d
Jim D.          Kolesnikoff      1   d
Alex            Kondratoff       1   d
Marfa Anthony      Konkin                                   1   d
Mary               Konkin                                   2   d
Pete               Konkin                                   1   d
Cecil W.           Koochin                                  1   d
Nick               Laktin                                   1   d
Walter J.          Lebedeff                                 1   d
Nellie             Lebedoff                                 1   d
Peter P.           Legebokoff                               1   d
John               Mahonin                                  1   d
Peter G.           Makaroff                                 1   d
Elsie              Makortoff                                1   d
Pete C.            Maloff                                   2   d
Peter N.           Malov                                    2   d
William W.         Markin                                   1   d
Paul               Markoff                                  1   d
David Petrovitch   Miloserdoff (Molokan-Jumper presbyter)   1   d
William M.         Moojelsky                                1   d
Peter Harry        Nahornoff                                1   d
Lucy               Nazaroff                                 1   d
A. L.              Osachoff                                 1   d
L. L.              Osachoff                                 1   d
Lawrence E.        Osachoff                                 1   d
Louis L.           Osachoff                                 1   d
F. W.              Osatchoff                                1   d
Michael            Ozeroff                                  1   d
Nick               Papove                                   1   d
William N.         Papove                                   5   d
John J.            Perepelkin                               2   d
John I.            Pereverseff                              2   d
Mac                Pereversoff                              1   d
Peggy              Perverzoff                               3   d
Stanley J.         Petroff                                  6   d
Andrew             Philipow                                 1   d
J.                 Planidin                                 1   d
Nick N.            Plotnicove                               6   d
Elaine             Polovnikoff                              1   d
Betsy              Popoff                                   1   d
David "Shenden"    Popoff                                   1   d
Eli A.             Popoff                                   4   d
Frank K.           Popoff                                   1   d
George             Popoff                                   1   d
Harold             Popoff                                   1   d
Joe W.             Popoff                                   1   d
John A.            Popoff                                   3   d
Nick A.            Popoff                                   1   d
Peter              Popoff                                   1   d
Alec               Postnikoff                               6   d
Mike               Postnikoff                               2   d
J.                 Pozdnikoff                               1   d
Norman             Rebin                                    2   d
Alec               Reiben                                   1   d
Simeon F.          Reibin                                   1   d
Alex P.      Relkoff                6   d
John J.      Relkoff                1   d
Nellie       Rezansoff              2   d
Peter R.     Samaroden              1   d
Sam J.       Samaroden              1   d
Peter B.     Samoyloff              1   d
Frances      Savinkoff              1   d
George       Semenoff               1   d
Nick W.      Sherstobitoff         17   d
William P.   Sherstobitoff          5   d
Marie        Shlakoff               1   d
Dianna       Shukin                 1   d
Pat          Shukin                 1   d
William      Shukin                 1   d
John         Sookavieff             1   d
William A.   Soukoreff             13   d
William W.   Soukoreff              1   d
Sam          Stoochnoff             1   d
Pete         Stooshnoff             1   d
John         Strukoff               1   d
Walter P.    Strukoff              11   d
Ivan         Sysoev                 1   d
Peter W.     Tamilin                1   d
Keith        Tarasoff               1   d
Koozma J.    Tarasoff             193   d
P. N.        Tarasoff               1   d
Petro        Tehanov                2   d
W.           Tereckoff              1   d
Lev N.       Tolstoy (Honorary)     2   d
Michael M.   Tomilin               14   d
Pete         Troobitscoff           1   d
Alex W.      Vereschagin            2   d
Harry W.     Vereschagin            4   d
Peter S.     Vereschagin            1   d
William A.   Vereschagin            2   d
Bill         Verigin                1   d
J. A.        Verigin                1   d
L. W.        Verigin                1   d
Nick         Verigin                3   d
John N.      Wasilenkoff            1   d
A. A.        Wishlow                1   d
Alec P.      Wishlow                2   d
Muriel       Zakshewski             4   d
William      Zubkoe                 4   d
             Not Doukhobors       156       108
Slav         Delkinov               1   e
Dan          Evanoff                2   e
T. P.        Karpoff                1   e
Peter        Koltsoff               7   e
Julia        Abrahamson             1   e
Natalia      Aksaniuk               1   e
V. V.        Athalye                1   e
Lillybelle       Baima        1   e
Val. D.          Baima        1   e
A. C.            Barrington   1   e
James            Bates        1   e
Edward           Bernstein    1   e
Vinoba           Bhave        1   e
W. G.            Black        1   e
John             Boychuk      1   e
Robert           Boyd         1   e
Lord             Boyd-Orr     1   e
Beatrice         Bradley      1   e
Hugh H.          Brock        1   e
Roy              Brookbank    1   e
Leslie           Chen         1   e
Dr. D. R.        Cherry       1   e
Terence          Chives       1   e
V.               Cotton       1   e
Fran             Dubois       1   e
Frazer           Earle        2   e
J. Passmore      Elkinton     1   e
Ralph Waldo      Emerson      1   e
Carl             Erickson     1   e
Mildred          Fahrni       3   e
Lewis            Faucett      1   e
Derrick P.       Faux         2   e
H. F.            Fox          1   e
Charles          Frantz       1   e
J. W.            Fretz        1   e
J. K.            Friesen      1   e
Mohandas K.      Gandhi       1   e
Ray              Gardner      1   e
Ing. Piero       Gatty        1   e
D. V.            Gokhale      2   e
Vince I.         Goring       1   e
Jack             Greenhill    2   e
Wallace          Hancock      1   e
Hugh             Hardyman     1   e
D. N.            Hartman      1   e
Dr. Harry B.     Hawthorn     1   e
Hugh             Herbison     2   e
Ruth E.          Hoehn        1   e
Jessie Wallace   Hughan       1   e
Karel            Hujer        1   e
Dr. H. E.        Johns        1   e
H. A.            Kennedy      1   e
H. David         Kirk         1   e
James            Kirkup       1   e
Peter            Koopan       1   e
Lawrence         Kotkas       1   e
Edna             Laxer        1   e
Stan             Linkovich    2   e
Peggy E.         Lowell       1   e
Dayle Lowry       Lowry                  1   e
Katherine         McCaughtry             1   e
F. J.             Mead                   1   e
Amy               Merz                   1   e
Mary B.           Millar                 1   e
Clyde K.          Miller                 1   e
Rev. Robert       Miller                 1   e
Dr. Belle S.      Mooney                 1   e
Dorothy           Morrison               2   e
Scott             Nearing                1   e
A. M.             Nicholson              1   e
George            Okulevich              1   e
Muriel            Pandia                 1   e
Dr. Robert        Paton                  9   e
Lester B.         Pearson                1   e
Lloyd             Percival               3   e
E.                Potter                 1   e
Stanley Carlyle   Potter                 2   e
C.                Roosenschoon-Mulder    1   e
M.                Roubeshanin            1   e
Dave              Rowntree               1   e
W.                Sandig                 1   e
V.                Seeberg                1   e
Riccardo          Selvi                  1   e
Clifford          Shaw                   1   e
Stanley T.        Shaw                   1   e
Walter            Siegmeister            1   e
Edith Reeves      Solenberger           14   e
Dorothy S.        Starr                  1   e
Helen             Stevenson              1   e
John              Stevenson              1   e
John A.           Symonds                1   e
Arlo              Tatum                  2   e
Lyle              Tatum                  1   e
Jo                Tenjford               1   e
Winifred G.       Toby                   1   e
Philip            Toynbee                1   e
G. F.             Tull                   1   e
Ralph             Victor                 1   e
Mary              Vukelich               1   e
Lynn M.           Watkins                1   e
Ernest A.         Webbe                  2   e
Floyd             Williston              1   e
J. S.             Woodsworth             1   e
Jim F. C.         Wright                 1   e
Esme              Wynne-Tyson            5   e
Jon               Wynne-Tyson            3   e
Kaoru             Yasui                  1   e
M.                Zubko                  1   e
F_Name       Name                             Count Group
             Organizations / News Sources        87     25
             Nelson Daily News                   26 a             61
             Grand Forks Gazette                 14 a         70.1%
             Saskatoon Star-Phoenix              11 a
             Canadian Press                      10 a
             CCCO                                 3a
             National War Regulations             3a
             USCC                                 2a
             Ottawa Citizen                       1a
             Di Paola                             1a
             Free Press Weekly Prairie Farmer     1a
             Friends World Committee              1a
             Iskra                                1a
             Kamsack Times                        1a
             National Council of Social Work      1a
             Pacifist Youth Action Group          1a
             Peace News                           1a
             Report by RCMP April 30, 1953        1a
             Reuters                              1a
             Social Science Encyclopedia          1a
             Sports College                       1a
             The High Power Watt of Energy        1a
             Trail Daily Times                    1a
             United Nations                       1a
             Wilsey Outlook                       1a
             Youth Friendship League              1a
             People Not Named                     2      2
             Canadian Mennonite                   1b
             Canadian student in USA              1b
             Doukhobors Not Named                65     12
             Inquirer                            50 c
             Editor                               3c
             Anonymous                            2c
             Special Correspondent                2c
             Editors                              1c
             Hopeful                              1c
             Mothers of zealots                   1c
             P. E. (Anonymous in Alberta)         1c
             Polly & Marge                        1c
             Reader                               1c
             Staff Member                         1c
             Various delegates                    1c
             Doukhobors / Sectarians Named      615    156
Koozma J.    Tarasoff                           193 d
Peter S.     Faminow                             37 d
Nick N.      Kalmakoff                           19 d           166
Olga         Biryukov (Tolstoyan)                17 d      0.269919
Nick W.      Sherstobitoff                       17 d                Top 10 besides Koozma contributed 27% o
Peter S.     Bludoff                             15 d
Frances      Horkoff                             14 d
Michael M.   Tomilin                             14 d
William A.      Soukoreff              13   d
Walter P.       Strukoff               11   d
Steve S.        Faminow                 9   d
John J.         Chernenkoff             7   d
Florence S.     Faminow                 7   d        223
Stanley J.      Petroff                 6   d   0.362602
Nick N.         Plotnicove              6   d              Top 20 besides Koozma contributed 36% o
Alec            Postnikoff              6   d
Alex P.         Relkoff                 6   d
Joe             Fedosoff                5   d
William N.      Papove                  5   d
William P.      Sherstobitoff           5   d
George A.       Bloodoff                4   d
John G.         Bondoreff               4   d
Tom E.          Dergousoff              4   d
Andrew P.       Gleboff                 4   d
Misha           Karnitsky               4   d
Eli A.          Popoff                  4   d
Harry W.        Vereschagin             4   d
Muriel          Zakshewski              4   d
William         Zubkoe                  4   d
Pavel           Biryukov (Tolstoyan)    3   d
William F.      Chutskoff               3   d
Fred J.         Fillipoff               3   d
Peggy           Perverzoff              3   d
John A.         Popoff                  3   d
Nick            Verigin                 3   d
Sam A.          Androsoff               2   d
Hanna           Antifaev                2   d
Ignat P.        Antifeev                2   d
Mable           Barisoff                2   d
Peter M.        Bloodoff                2   d
W. J.           Cazakoff                2   d
Jim J.          Chernenkoff             2   d
Peter F.        Chernoff                2   d
William Peter   Deackoff                2   d
Michael P.      Deakoff                 2   d
Joe N.          Fofanoff                2   d
George          Harelkin                2   d
Nick            Hrimakin                2   d
Ethel           Kanigan                 2   d
Anton           Kolesnikoff             2   d
Mary            Konkin                  2   d
Pete C.         Maloff                  2   d
Peter N.        Malov                   2   d
John J.         Perepelkin              2   d
John I.         Pereverseff             2   d
Mike            Postnikoff              2   d
Norman          Rebin                   2   d
Nellie          Rezansoff               2   d
Petro           Tehanov                 2   d
Lev N.          Tolstoy                 2   d
Alex W.            Vereschagin                              2   d
William A.         Vereschagin                              2   d
Alec P.            Wishlow                                  2   d
M. A.              Bayduk                                   1   d
George W.          Bloodoff                                 1   d
Laura              Bloodoff                                 1   d
Deanna             Boulanoff                                1   d
John W.            Cazakoff                                 1   d
William M.         Chernoff                                 1   d
Sam                Cheveldayoff                             1   d
William            Chutskov                                 1   d
Michael            Dergousoff                               1   d
Paul               Dergousoff                               1   d
Elaine Marie       Ewachiw                                  1   d
Frances S.         Faminow                                  1   d
Lawrence           Fofonoff                                 1   d
Nellie             Fomenoff                                 1   d
George G.          Hadikin                                  1   d
Paul W.            Hadikin                                  1   d
Vladimir           Hanceroff                                1   d
George             Holoboff                                 1   d
Winnifred          Horkoff                                  1   d
Ann                Harelkin-Dahl                            1   d
W. W.              Kabatoff                                 1   d
Annette            Kalmakoff                                1   d
Jim                Kalmakoff                                1   d
L. S.              Kalmakoff                                1   d
Mrs. R.            Kinakin                                  1   d
Paul               Koftinoff                                1   d
Jim D.             Kolesnikoff                              1   d
Alex               Kondratoff                               1   d
Marfa Anthony      Konkin                                   1   d
Pete               Konkin                                   1   d
Cecil W.           Koochin                                  1   d
Nick               Laktin                                   1   d
Walter J.          Lebedeff                                 1   d
Nellie             Lebedoff                                 1   d
Peter P.           Legebokoff                               1   d
John               Mahonin                                  1   d
Peter G.           Makaroff                                 1   d
Elsie              Makortoff                                1   d
William W.         Markin                                   1   d
Paul               Markoff                                  1   d
David Petrovitch   Miloserdoff (Molokan-Jumper presbyter)   1   d
William M.         Moojelsky                                1   d
Peter Harry        Nahornoff                                1   d
Lucy               Nazaroff                                 1   d
A. L.              Osachoff                                 1   d
L. L.              Osachoff                                 1   d
Lawrence E.        Osachoff                                 1   d
Louis L.           Osachoff                                 1   d
F. W.              Osatchoff                                1   d
Michael           Ozeroff            1   d
Nick              Papove             1   d
Mac               Pereversoff        1   d
Andrew            Philipow           1   d
J.                Planidin           1   d
Elaine            Polovnikoff        1   d
Betsy             Popoff             1   d
David "Shenden"   Popoff             1   d
Frank K.          Popoff             1   d
George            Popoff             1   d
Harold            Popoff             1   d
Joe W.            Popoff             1   d
Nick A.           Popoff             1   d
Peter             Popoff             1   d
J.                Pozdnikoff         1   d
Alec              Reiben             1   d
Simeon F.         Reibin             1   d
John J.           Relkoff            1   d
Peter R.          Samaroden          1   d
Sam J.            Samaroden          1   d
Peter B.          Samoyloff          1   d
Frances           Savinkoff          1   d
George            Semenoff           1   d
Marie             Shlakoff           1   d
Dianna            Shukin             1   d
Pat               Shukin             1   d
William           Shukin             1   d
John              Sookavieff         1   d
William W.        Soukoreff          1   d
Sam               Stoochnoff         1   d
Pete              Stooshnoff         1   d
John              Strukoff           1   d
Ivan              Sysoev             1   d
Peter W.          Tamilin            1   d
Keith             Tarasoff           1   d
P. N.             Tarasoff           1   d
W.                Tereckoff          1   d
Pete              Troobitscoff       1   d
Peter S.          Vereschagin        1   d
Bill              Verigin            1   d
J. A.             Verigin            1   d
L. W.             Verigin            1   d
John N.           Wasilenkoff        1   d
A. A.             Wishlow            1   d
                  Not Doukhobors   158       109
Edith Reeves      Solenberger       14   e
Dr. Robert        Paton              9   e
Peter             Koltsoff           7   e             35
Esme              Wynne-Tyson        5   e         22.2%
Mildred           Fahrni             3   e
Lloyd             Percival           3   e
Jon               Wynne-Tyson        3   e
Frazer            Earle        2   e
Dan               Evanoff      2   e
Derrick P.        Faux         2   e
D. V.             Gokhale      2   e
Jack              Greenhill    2   e
Hugh              Herbison     2   e
Nick              Hrimakin     2   e
Stan              Linkovich    2   e
Dorothy           Morrison     2   e
Stanley Carlyle   Potter       2   e
Arlo              Tatum        2   e
Ernest A.         Webbe        2   e
Julia             Abrahamson   1   e
Natalia           Aksaniuk     1   e
V. V.             Athalye      1   e
Lillybelle        Baima        1   e
Val. D.           Baima        1   e
A. C.             Barrington   1   e
James             Bates        1   e
Edward            Bernstein    1   e
Vinoba            Bhave        1   e
W. G.             Black        1   e
John              Boychuk      1   e
Robert            Boyd         1   e
Lord              Boyd-Orr     1   e
Beatrice          Bradley      1   e
Hugh H.           Brock        1   e
Roy               Brookbank    1   e
Leslie            Chen         1   e
Dr. D. R.         Cherry       1   e
Terence           Chives       1   e
V.                Cotton       1   e
Slav              Delkinov     1   e
Fran              Dubois       1   e
J. Passmore       Elkinton     1   e
Ralph Waldo       Emerson      1   e
Carl              Erickson     1   e
Lewis             Faucett      1   e
H. F.             Fox          1   e
Charles           Frantz       1   e
J. W.             Fretz        1   e
J. K.             Friesen      1   e
Mohandas K.       Gandhi       1   e
Ray               Gardner      1   e
Ing. Piero        Gatty        1   e
Vince I.          Goring       1   e
Wallace           Hancock      1   e
Hugh              Hardyman     1   e
D. N.             Hartman      1   e
Dr. Harry B.      Hawthorn     1   e
Ruth E.           Hoehn        1   e
Jessie Wallace    Hughan       1   e
Karel          Hujer                 1   e
Dr. H. E.      Johns                 1   e
T. P.          Karpoff               1   e
H. A.          Kennedy               1   e
H. David       Kirk                  1   e
James          Kirkup                1   e
Peter          Koopan                1   e
Lawrence       Kotkas                1   e
Edna           Laxer                 1   e
Peggy E.       Lowell                1   e
Dayle Lowry    Lowry                 1   e
Katherine      McCaughtry            1   e
F. J.          Mead                  1   e
Amy            Merz                  1   e
Mary B.        Millar                1   e
Clyde K.       Miller                1   e
Rev. Robert    Miller                1   e
Dr. Belle S.   Mooney                1   e
Scott          Nearing               1   e
A. M.          Nicholson             1   e
George         Okulevich             1   e
Muriel         Pandia                1   e
Lester B.      Pearson               1   e
E.             Potter                1   e
C.             Roosenschoon-Mulder   1   e
M.             Roubeshanin           1   e
Dave           Rowntree              1   e
W.             Sandig                1   e
V.             Seeberg               1   e
Riccardo       Selvi                 1   e
Clifford       Shaw                  1   e
Stanley T.     Shaw                  1   e
Walter         Siegmeister           1   e
Dorothy S.     Starr                 1   e
Helen          Stevenson             1   e
John           Stevenson             1   e
John A.        Symonds               1   e
Lyle           Tatum                 1   e
Jo             Tenjford              1   e
Winifred G.    Toby                  1   e
Philip         Toynbee               1   e
G. F.          Tull                  1   e
Ralph          Victor                1   e
Mary           Vukelich              1   e
Lynn M.        Watkins               1   e
Floyd          Williston             1   e
J. S.          Woodsworth            1   e
Jim F. C.      Wright                1   e
Kaoru          Yasui                 1   e
M.             Zubko                 1   e
esides Koozma contributed 27% of articles
esides Koozma contributed 36% of articles
                                                             Issue Pages
Vol. 1, no. 1 — February 1954                               Feb-54        5
Vol. 1, no. 2 — March 1954                                  Mar-54       10
Vol. 1, no. 3 — April 1954                                  Apr-54       10
Vol. 1, no. 4 — May 1954                                    May-54        9
Vol. 1, no. 5 — June 1954                                   Jun-54        8
Vol. 1, no. 6 — July 1954                                    Jul-54      11
Vol. 1, no. 7 — August 1954                                 Aug-54       15
Vol. 1, no. 8 — September 1954                              Sep-54       19
Vol. 1, no. 9 — October 1954                                Oct-54       19
Vol. 1, no. 10 — November 1954                              Nov-54       20
Vol. 1, no. 11 — December 1954                              Dec-54       15
Vol. 1, no. 12 — January 1955                               Jan-55       21
Vol. 2, no. 1 — February 1955                               Feb-55       39
Vol. 2, no. 2 — March 1955                                  Mar-55       32
Vol. 2, no. 3 — April 1955                                  Apr-55       32
Vol. 2, no. 4 — May 1955                                    May-55       29
Vol. 2, no. 5 — June 1955                                   Jun-55       32
Vol. 2, no. 6 — July 1955                                    Jul-55      30
Vol. 2, no. 7 — August 1955                                 Aug-55       30
Vol. 2, no. 8 — September 1955                              Sep-55       31
Vol. 2, no. 9 — October 1955                                Oct-55       27
Vol. 2, no. 10 — November 1955                              Nov-55       27
Vol. 2, no. 11 — December 1955                              Dec-55       31
Vol. 2, no. 12 — January 1956                               Jan-56       31
Vol. 3, no. 1 — February 1956                               Feb-56       58
Vol. 3, no. 2 — March 1956                                  Mar-56       51
Vol. 3, no. 3 — April 1956                                  Apr-56       51
Vol. 3, no. 4 — May 1956                                    May-56       33
Vol. 3, no. 5 — June 1956                                   Jun-56       23
Vol. 3, no. 6 — July 1956                                    Jul-56      23
Vol. 3, no. 7 — August 1956                                 Aug-56       15
Vol. 3, no. 8 — September 1956                              Sep-56       26
Vol. 3, no. 9 — October 1956                                Oct-56       25
Vol. 3, no. 10 — November 1956                              Nov-56       24
Vol. 3, no. 11 — December 1956                              Dec-56       26
Vol. 3, no. 12 — January 1957                               Jan-57       26
Vol. 4, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1957                  Mar-57       34
Vol. 4, no. 3 — April 1957                                  Apr-57       20
Vol. 4, no. 4 — May 1957                                    May-57       10
Vol. 4, no. 5a — June 1957                                  Jun-57       10
Vol. 4, no. 5b — July 1957                                   Jul-57      10
Vol. 4, no. 6 — August 1957                                 Aug-57        4
Vol. 4, no. 7 — September 1957                              Sep-57       10
Vol. 4, no. 8 — October 1957                                Oct-57       10
Vol. 4, no. 9 — November 1957                               Nov-57        9
Vol. 4, no. 10 — December 1957                              Dec-57       18
Vol. 4, no. 11 — January 1958                               Jan-58       17
Vol. 5, nos. 1 & 2 — February - March 1958                  Mar-58       28
Vol. 5, nos. 3 & 4 — April - May 1958                       May-58       32
Vol. 5, nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 — June-July-August-September 1958   Sep-58       12
                                                              Total    1138
Average   22.76


   Year   Pages   Months   Average
   1954     141       11      12.8
   1955     361       12      30.1
   1956     386       12      32.2
   1957     161       11      14.6
   1958      89        9        9.9
     Pages per Issue of The Inquirer
          0       10          20             30             40    50        60

Feb-54        5
Mar-54              10
Apr-54              10                   1128 Total Pages
May-54             9                     23 Average Pages/Issue
Jun-54            8
 Jul-54              11
Aug-54                       15
Sep-54                            19
Oct-54                            19
Nov-54                             20
Dec-54                       15
Jan-55                              21
Feb-55                                                       39
Mar-55                                               32
Apr-55                                               32
May-55                                          29
Jun-55                                              32
 Jul-55                                           30
Aug-55                                            30
Sep-55                                             31
Oct-55                                       27
Nov-55                                       27
Dec-55                                            31
Jan-56                                            31
Feb-56                                                                      58
Mar-56                                                                 51
Apr-56                                                                 51
May-56                                               33
Jun-56                                  23
 Jul-56                                 23
Aug-56                       15
Sep-56                                     26
Oct-56                                    25
Nov-56                                   24
Dec-56                                     26
Jan-57                                     26
Feb-57
Mar-57                                                 34
Apr-57                             20
May-57                 10
Jun-57                 10
 Jul-57                10
Aug-57        4
Sep-57              10
Oct-57              10
Nov-57             9
Dec-57                         18
Jan-58                        17
Feb-58
Mar-58                                       28
Apr-58
May-58                                               32
Jun-58
 Jul-58
Aug-58
Sep-58                  12




     Average Pages per Issue per Year
             for The Inquirer
            for The Inquirer
40                   32.2
            30.1
30
20   12.8                      14.6
                                      9.9
10
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     1954   1955     1956      1957   1958

				
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