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РІК LXXXU SECTION TWO No. 109 SVOBODA, T H E UKRAINIAN WEEKLY SATURDAY. 0FCtt0tt
JUNE 1975 ЦЕНТІВ 20 CENTS 4. 109 VOL. LXXXJI
IRYNA SENYK CHARGES SOVIETS FRATIHIXAJLISTS MARK WI:I:K
WITH VIOLATING U.N. CHARTER GOV. B Y R N E I S S U E S P R O C L A M A T I O N
УССА ASKS SUPPORT FOR NEW RESGLUT10NS
FOR NEW JERSEY
BALTIMORE, Md. -
na Sen^k, a political prisoner
iry– "1, who have cried out the
sufferings, and put them on
ON UKRAINE PENDING IN U,S. CONGRESS
confined in camp no. 3 near paper in prison in verses of NEW YORK, N.Y. (UCCA a concerted effort of support. " Use every means available
Baroahevo in Mordovia, sent a hundreds of poems, not only Special). - All-out support is from all UCCA branches i s to have the content of the
letter to R. Rudenko, Soviet for myself but for my father- needed for the passage of needed i n a circular, the UC– resolutions supported by
prosecutor general, in which land, have lived to see trials three reolutions dealing with CA Executive Board urged all others—local newspapers. ТУ
she accused the Soviet go– over poetry and poets. A s a Ukraine and Ukrainian ques– its Branches and member or– and radio stations, ethnic
vemment of violating the U– former member of the OUN tions, which have been intro– ganizations to do the follow– communities and American
nitud Nations Charter and (Organization of Ukrainian duced in Congress in the lsst ing: civic and patriotic organiza–
international laws, according Nationalists), 1 ask you pre– few weeks, said the Ukrain– " Write to the Hon. Thomas tions.
to the "Smoloskyp" Ukrainian secutor general of the coun– ian Congress Committee of E. Morgan, Chairman of the "Only massive upport on
information Service. try, is it possible to discuss America. House Committee on Foreign the part of our organizations
poetry in courtrooms?" Affairs, urging him to hold as well a s of individual citi–
Gave Hope Senyk, 50. served her first Moroz, Pllttshcfa Action hearings on these resolutions zens throughout the nation
ten-year prison term from as soon as possible; can bring about a speedy ac–
Scnyk wrote that the open– 1944-1954 for taking part in On March 21, 1075, a num– Contact Congressmen in t ion by the Committees in
lng phrases of the U.N. Char– the underground Ukrainian ber of U.S. Congressmen in– each Congressional District question. Hence, 'the UCCA
ter "gave hope to people and І liberation movement during troduced a new Resolution, (if they are not sponsoring Executive Board appeals for
individual persons who by World War 11. Partial view of the proclamation signing ceremony. Seated, H. Con. Res. 100, on behalf the resolution) to join with the widest possible support
reason of circumstance were She is suffering from tu– center, is Gov. Brendan T. B^ me, flanked by UNA President of valentyn Moroz and Leonid Congressman Flood a s co- on the part of the Ukrainian
discriminated against." berculosis of the bones and Joseph Lesawyer, (left) j p l UNA Secretary Walter Sochan. Pliushch, calling on President sponsors and urge Congress- community, which can'insure ..
"The U.N. Charter, the U– an escape from their suffer– was classified a s "invalid of Ford tp intervene with the man Morgan to institute spe– the passage of these import-
TRENTON,' N.J. - ' : Щ к , activities which they pursue
niversal Decla!-ation of Hu– ings by turning to poetry', the second category," Soviet government for the cial hearings a s soon as pos– ant resolutions by Congress,"
Jersey Governor Brendan 1 through their national organi– release of these two Ukrain– sible; said the UCCA communique.
man Rights and other inter- said Senyk. "The poet either i n October 1972 she w a s
Byrne signed the official pr zations and local branches. ian intellectuals.
national documents were for– merged with his time period, again arrested and sentenced The Ukrainian National
med when people were suf– or often argued with it, and to six years incarceration and clamation, designating Згрі Association, as a member of On April 8, 1975, the Hon.
fering in the concentration sometimes outpaced W five years exile. 8-14, 1976, a s Frantertoal j
the NFC A, and its members Daniel J. Flood of Pennsyl–
Representatives ot ВіеемІеиіііпІ
camps of Pechora, Kazakh–
stan, Siberia and Kolyma,
Week in N e w Jersey befora in states and municipalities vania and a number Ot other
21 officers of eight fraternal! across the nation, participa– U.S. Congressmen infroduced
Committee visit Hierarehs
and when Stalin's death was
their only key to freedom,"
Report Plane benefit societies assembled" m tes actively in the observan– another Resolution, H. Con. NEW YORK, N.Y. (UCCA cial honorary committee for
the State Capitol Tuesday, cee of the Week which culmi– Res. 205, calling on the Prcsi– Special). - On May 8, Arch- the Bicentennial;
said Senyk. For "Bead Prisoners Day" in Kiev June 3. nates Ш the Flag Day on deht of the United States of bishop Ambrose Senyshyn, " issuance of a wall calen–
She declared' that on De– ROME, italy. - According, Sources in Kiev request that This is in line with nation ; June 14th. Many UNA'ers America to intervene with the OSBM, Metropolitan of the dar with church holidays and
cember 10, 1973, she was to v.o scant information received j Ukrainians outside the Soviet observances by some 11 m;i– serve on the executive boards government of the USSR to Ukrainian Catholics in the historical dates of the Ukra–
begin a hunger strike "in or– here by the Ukrainian Press І Union join in the observance lion fraternalists organised in j of state fraternal congresses, permit the concrete resurrec– U.S., received a delegation of inian settlement in America;
der to recall to memory thost Bureau, a certain "Ukrainian in order to popularize it," close to 100 fraternal benefit j in addition to Mr. Sochan, Lion of both' the Ukrainian the Ukrainian Bicentennial v " Publication of. a co!lec–
hopefull international legal !emocratic movement" in said the Ukrainian democra– societies affiliated with t!io Mary Bobeczko heads the Orthodox and C a t h o l i c Committee of America in a tive work on the Ukrainian
documents, which have been Kiev is planning t o hold a tic movement's message in National Fraternal O m g m a Congress in Ohio. Mr. Le–Churches in Ukraine, which special audience a t the chan– immigration and its contnbu–
forgotten since their adop– "Day in Memory of Dead Pri– part. of America. sawyer has served on the na were brutally destroyed dur– cery in Philadelphia. Also tions to America's growth, as
tion." sdners" Monday, June 16. N o additional information Along with Gov. Byrne,' tional board of NFCA. .ng the time of Stalin's ter– present at the audience were well a s the history of the U–
"in Ukraine, June 16, 1975, about the observance or the governors of many oth r - The theme of ,roristic rule. he Most Reverend Basil H. krainian Church in America;
Senyk sent her letter five '-oaten, Auxiliary Bishop, and " Large-scale Ukrainian
days before her hunger srike will be observed as a "Day in request were received by the states and mayors of cities is– j observance is Finally, on April 17. 1975, Msgr. RobertMoskal. The de- manifestations in Washing-
was to have begun. Similar Memory of Dead Prisoners. bureau here. sue similar proclamations and Makes a Difference",
Utters were also written by praise fraternalists for t i e ; Apart from praising the Congressman Flood, along legation, headed by Commit– ton, Philadelphia and NeW
numerous religious, т;Ьал- j fraternal system in America with a number of other House tee Chairman Joseph Le– York in 1076, with the active
Nina Strokata, Stefarda Sha–
н-а and Nadia Svitlychna,
lludenko Expelled from W r i t e r s table, patriotic and benevelljft (Continued o a . p . 4 ; iiicmbiTs froi
- Ч И Н її ,.І,І^АЧІ "l?vW?i iPfityflitc.Q!y-'" 1Aarr, '
nation of the church; SBK
and only recently received ІїщЖшйбЩ Put o n Trial a m і " і at - ,trptl i'UllWMir Щ Myroslaw
H. Con. Res..404, calling on Wynnyky 1 van
Charyna, lwan Sale of special Ukrainian
B:i:va!'ko. Dr commemorative buttons on
and made public by the U1S. NEW YORK, N.Y. - Se– 27, to which Rudenko was not
veral press agencies reported invited
500 SUMA Youths Participate the President, of the United Peter Sterfcho and DT. ivan the third Sunday of Septem–
States of America to de– Skalczuk. ber 107S. The Metropolitan
Source Of lnspir.ltion Tuesday, June 3, that Mykola Rudenko w a s arrested on in Memorial Weekend Rally signate January 22nd of each was asked to urge parish–
Rudenko, a Ukrainian writer, April 21st for his activity in Plans ioners to participate actively
Senyk wrote that the suf– was expelled from the Union the Amnesty international, ELLENVILLE, . N.Y. - of Gen. Taras Chuprynka and year a s "Ukrainian indepen–
in the distribution of these
ferings of. the prisoners^ des– of Writers of Ukraine for al– headed by valentyn Turchyn, Some 500 youthful members the 50th anniversary of the dance Day." On January 23rd
Daring the audience, a buttons.
pite tears, "are also .a source legedly belonging to the So– but was released after several of the.. Ukrainian American creation of Ukrainian Youth Sen. R. Schweiker did so in
Youth Association (SUMA) Association the Senate. number of problems were Both Metropolitan Seny–
"A of greater inspiration t o free– viet branch of Amnesty ln– days of questioning. (SUM) in U–
dom and faith in progress." temational. took part in t h e organiza– kraine. in order to bring about touched upon, namely: shyn and Bishop Losten were
The Ukrainian writer; w a s m
Establishment of a spe– (Continued on p. 2 )
Many of the inmates found According t o the reports, put o n trial May 18th ! and
tion's 16th annual ^Memorial Thirteen SUMA branches speedy action and hearings,
Day weekend rally for two were represented in the event,
the official decision was han– charged with disseminating
days of sports and educa– including Astoria, Boston,
ded down during a meeting "false and slanderous litera–
KBNATA BABAK of the Writers Union on May і ture about the Soviet Union."
tional competitions here a t Brooklyn, Carteret, Hartford,
TO HOLD BENEF1T A"fir -Yorkertt Announce Plans
the SUMA camp.
TO APPEAR A T Despite inclement weather,,
irvington, Jersey City, New
York, Parma, Passaic. Phila– FOR MOROZ АСПОХ For Participation in Bicentennial
B E N E F I T CONCERT San 4JL Million Ukrainian н which forced the cancclation delphia, Utica and Yonkers. PHILADELPHIA. Pa. - ( NEW YORK, N.Y. - A York. The committee, created
of the first opening ceremony, Saturday's program con– The Committee for ч the De– colorful parade along Fifth last month as s special unit
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Re– Killed During World War i f the rally was officially opened sisted of the trial heats in fense of valentyn Moroz ope– Avenue, complete with floats, of the United American Ukra–
nata Babak, former mezzo- WARSAW, P o l a n d – S o m e pat ion of Kiev by the Ger– in the early afternoon by Ro– track and field and the first flags, banners and marchers inian Organizations of New
soprano for the Lviv and Bol– 4.5 million Ukrainians were mans, 200,000 area residents :nan Dashawetz of Boston, round of the double-elimina– rating here under the auspices in uniforms and costumes, York, is headed by Dr. John
shoi Operas, will be among killed during World W a r П were murdered, 100.000 people Mass., director of the rally, tion volleyball tournament of the Ukrainian Congress
will open festivities Septem– O. Flis, who is Supreme vice–
several artists performing a t "at the hands of the enemy," were s e n t t o forced labor followed by Myroslaw Shmi– Also, competition in various Committee of America, will ber 21st for this city's Ukra– President of the l ' N A .
a WNCN Listeners Guild be– according t o Soviet statistics camps, and some 800 stores gel, head of SUMA. - hold a benefit banquet and
age groups of up to 18 were art auction to sustain action inian celebration of Ameri– The meeting also elected
nefit concert a t Hunter Col– quoted by Polish author N. were destroyed. held in recitation and know- in behalf of Ukrainian jxili– ca's Bicentennial and the executive officers and named
lege Friday, June 20, a t 8:00 Piecek in his article "Kiev in in writing about Kiev to- Anniversaries Marked ledge of Ukraine's history. 100th anniversary of Ukrain– committees to begin work on
p.m., according to the Satur– the Spring of 1975," which tical prisoners.
day, the author was over- The evening's concert, ian settlement in the United several upcoming events.
day, May 30th edition.of The appeared in the April 7th edi– Mr. Shmigel briefly sum– which traditionally includes The banquet, including States.
Daily News. whelmed by the beauty of the The Bicentennial executive
tion of "Gazeta Robotnicza" marized anniversaries mark– performing ensembles of SU– cocktails on the terrace to be Plans for the parade, which includes: vice-chairmen —
city, i t s historical value, and
Among other artiste, do– (Labor Newspaper) in War- ed by the rally,, namely, the MA branches, featui-ed folk served at 4:30 p.m., will be will include a program a t ! Mrs. Mary Dushnyck, also
nating their services will be saw, particularly marveled a t the 25th anniversary of the death ('Continued on p. 3) held Sunday, June 8. at Rose–
Bi-yant Park and a follow-up! UNA vice-President, Mrs.
David Amram, Josef Fuchs Mr. Piecek further cited St. Sophia Square and the mont College in Rosemont,
Pa. Entertainment by the march to the United Nations j Helen Smindak and Dr. ihor
and the Boehm Quintette. that during the 778-day occu– Cave Monastery. in tribute to international j Sonevytsky; secretary — Dr.
Northampton Catholic Parish "Dancing Sopilka".
Women's Year, were outlined і Wasyl Weresh; English-lan–
Art objects to be auctioned j Thursday, May 29, at the first j guage secretary — Mrs. Ro–
Johnstown Ukrainians Protest Marks Diamond Anniversary were donated by prominent; meeting of the Ukrainian Bi–! saiie Polche: treasurer - My–
NORTHAMPTON, Pa. - McShep of Allentown, Pa. Ukrainian ai-tists. centennial Committee of New ( i ' o n ' i m i i ' d ОП p . 3 ) ""ij^
Bogas National Emblem A festive throng of 800 per– Offering an appropriate
J 0 H N 8 T 0 W N , Pa. - The sons, including clergy, pa– sermon on this occasion was
local Ukrainian community
became disturbed over the
rishioners and prominent Rev. Martin Canavan of Phi–
guests, took part in the Dia– ladelphia. llespons? were sung
SRO Crowd Set f o r N J . Festival Today
sale o f fakieMJkrainian na– mond Jubilee observances of by St. John's choir undrr tin- HOLMDEL. N.J. For tan New York-New Jersey performances of leading U–
tional emblems by a neigh– St. John the Baptist Ukrain– baton of Michael Prosak. the second time in as many ar^a. The one-hour programs krainian artists and perfor–
borhood store and sparked a ian Catholic Church hi re in a rare outpouring of years, today's Ukrainian Fes- will be held at 1:30, 3:30 and ming ensembles. The scenario
protest campaign which re- Sunday, May 25, at the spa– good will, generosity and de– tival in New Jersey is assured 5:30 p.m. The 3:30 p.m. pro- for the program was s e t b y
suited in the emblem's remo– cious Northampton Memorial votion to their Church, the of a sell-out crowd, announ– gram features the guest ap– volodymyr Kolesnik, with t h e
val from t h e store. Community Center. parishioners donated Si20,000 ced the New Jersey Highway pearance of the "Baturyn" theme focusing on the past,
The two emblems, of t h e St. John'e is one of the on tlie occasion of the jubilee Authority, sponsor of the band from Toronto, Ont., un– present and future of ?U–
sew-on type, bear the colors oldest Ukrainian churches in for improvements of the Festival within the series of der the baton of Wasyl Kar– kraine. vi–,
of Soviet Ukraine, red over America and the first to he shrine and grounds. The Ethnic Heritage Festivals at dash. The band is also ap– The Festival Committee,
blue with a yellow hammer erected in Lehigh valley, Pa., funds were raised without any the Garden State Arts Cen– pearing in the evening pro- established under the auspi–
and sickle in the upper left the cradle of early Ukrainian assessment or special appeals. ter here. gram, along .with the "Pro– ces of the New Jersey chapter
hand corner. One of emblems pioneer life, i t s pastor for The 7:00 p.m. banquet was Although the tickets to the metheus" and "Dibrova" of the UCCA and headed by
i s identified as "Ukrania." the past 29 years has been opened by Bishop Losten with o,OOOTset amphitheater have choirs, which comprise Toron– Michael Chaikivsky. said that
According to v e r y Rev. the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Stephen an invocation, followed by been sold out, close to 4,000 to SUM's famed ensemble. this year's Festival marks t h e
The two emblems, manufactured by the All-American Em– Exhibits of fine arts, folk Centennial of Ukrainian set–
Hieromonk Nicholas, chair- Chehansky. the renditions of the Ameri– lawn tickets are still available
blera Co., and distributed a s national ensigns of Ukraine.
man of the Ukrainian Or– Commencing the diamond can and Ukrainian national and will be on-sale at the box arts and a show of Ukrainian tlement in America and i s a
thodox League community af– tracted by a Chicago firm to "might be insulted." He said jubilee festivities was a Pon– anthems. Acting as toast- office today for persons in- native costumes are added "salute to the undaunted, un–
fairs committee, area Ukra– manufacture the emblems. He that the emblem would not tifical Divine Liturgy, with master was Rev. Michael tereated in viewing the 8:00 і features of the afternoon conquerable spirit of our
inians a r e sending protest refused t o reveal theTiame of be distributed on a large Auxiliary Bishop Basil rL Nestor who introduced nu– p.m. feature program on the; festivities on, t h e plaza. Ukra– people in Ukraine."
letters to– the Ail-American the company in order "to scale outside of the interna– Losten the principal cele– merous distinguished guests stage of the amphitheater inian foods, a s well a s a va– Last year's Festival drew
Emblem Co., 24442 Warren protect an innocent party," tional exhibit, but would be b! ant. i n addition to Msgr. present, among them U N A Admission is free to the after- riety of artwork items—from a record crowd of over 8,000
Avenue, Dearborn Heights, but admitted "that they.were listed in their catalogue for Chehansky, other concele– Supreme President Joseph noon part of the Festival ceramics to embroidery—will^ people. The Festival Commit
Mich., 48127, the manufac– to be used at an international future orders. brants were: Msgr. Myroslaw Lesawyer and his wife Mary. which will commence at 1:00 be on sale throughout the tee hopes t h a t this year's
turer. of t h e emblem. exhibit attended by a Soviet Referring to the John– Charyna, Revs. Theodore We– The Soyuz chief executive is p.m. day. - - turnout will a t least match
i n a subsequent telephone Ukrainian delegation. stown incident, he remarked, neck, Bohdan Lewycky, Tho– a native Northamptonian, The afternoon program is As reported earlier, the that record, which would as-
call to the firm's main office Mr. Schneider knew of the "You win some, you lose mas Korpics, Michael Nestor, having been born here 64 being staged outdoors on the evening program is a four- sure an even broader pro-
at 590 56th Street, West N e w blue and yellow Ukrainian some." James Poorman, Thomas A. years ago to the day. huge center plaza of the Cen– dimensional montage set to a
York, NU., Coleman Schnei– colors and said if those colors Mr. Schneider offered, how– Sayuk and Michael Batcho. Among speakers called by ter and features performan– narrative and symphonic gram planned for next year
der, president, said that the were presented at the exhibit, ever, to produce a blue-yellow Present during the services Rev. Nestor were: Northamp– ces by Ukrainian youth en– music, abetted with visual ef– in conjunction with America's
company was recently eon– the Soviet Ukrainian group (Continued OB p . 3 ) was Latin-rite Bishop Joseph fOontinued on p. 3) sembles from the Metropoli– fects and highlighted b y live Bicentennial observances.
BVOBODA, тяж UKRAINIAN WEEKLY, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1975 No. 106
вааваеаиававдві , mn n „ ч ЯНЯИИИЗСЗ-ет
Ethnie issues of Slavs Hierarchs Mme. Uabah Debuts in Cleveland
CBOBOM^kSYOBOM itiHtuHSiui at Baltimore College (Continued from p. 1)
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СКІТІС: "MAY H . W E П Х Е CAREEK"
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BALTIMORE, Md. - A their goaL and objectives in mittee is coordinating ail the
1W7NDED і Я в seminar on "Slavic Americans America. activities of state and muni– keenly interested in the Bi– CXiEvELANQ, O. - Reua– fine, booming chest tones а і Ц ,
4fcra2aiaa aewmpaper pubMsbod daily except ^cjiiaym, Moodayi in Maryland: Current Ethnic The final topic on the agen– cipal i-ommittees as moat ob– centenaial preparations and ta Babak, former mezzo-so– j a top of chandelier-shattering
ft ЬпИДяуж І Saturday A Monday issue combined) by Uve ШсгаСі issues," held Saturday, May
tea NaCKioaJ Association, inc. at 30 Montgomery Street da was "Conclusions of Pa– servar.ces will be held on local assured the delegation of prano for the Lviv and Bol– 5j power. She is clearly used to
Jersey City, N:J. 07303. 24, at Essex Community Col– nelists: Research areas which levels However, the UCCA is 1 their cooperation and sup– shoi Operas, gave a recital omimunicatingrawemotion.t,"
lege in Baltimore, Md., drew will provide better knowledge planning three major events і port. at the Parma High School said Mr. Flynn, adding that
SobecTtpttan Rates for the LTKRAlNlAN WEEKLY М І Per year over 70 students and adults. of Slavic Americans," under in 197G, namely, in Washing– і Sunday, May 25, as part of she also displayed two flawt":
ejfjk. Membem — ,– , - ;.–. J2.50 per y-sar She conference,. sponsored the chairmanship of Hlib S. ton, D C , Philadelphia, Pa. in Bound Brook her cross-country tour for during her performance. .-; г
THE UKRAINIAN WEEKLY Editor: Zenon Snylyk by the Polish Heritage Asso– Hayuk, assistant professor j and New York, N.Y. the Ukrainian Studies Chair "She did display a couple
P.O. Box 346. Jersey City. N J A.sa"t Bdl:A–: Діог Dlabc-ЙЗ ciation and the. L krainian jf geography at Towson State in addition, the UCCA is і On May 14, a delegation of; Fund, and critic Robert Flynn of bad habits; a .tendency to
Education Association, was College in Baltimore, during preparing a major work, "The 1 the Ukrainian Bicentennial predicted that she may have sing flat and a habit of іе^-„
convened for discussion anu і which each speaker gave a Ukrainian Heritage in Ame– j Committee, consisting of Jo– j a fine career in this country ting the ends of phrases trait
EDITORIALS delineation І of areas of re– brief summary of his or her rica,' three other works on seph Lesawyer, ivan Bazarko, j off inconclusively."
iearch in order t o provide presentation. Ukraine in English: "Ukraine Mrs. Stephania Bukshowana І Equipment There Mr. Flynn explained tlje
Fraternalism Saluted better knowledge of life, ac– in a Changing World." a sym–! and Dr. Walter Dushnyck, j few shortcomings of the con-
Meeting of UCCA Branch poeiurn of papers delivered at was received at a special au– j "Her Parma app?arance cert as inexperience with
л іш.с Шіі,догДОЦивОДІ:гзйЯа^їїЇЇТ.
F r a t e r n a l Week in t h i s country, euJimrmtSnftas,it sigm– Maryland and ^ t h^ T ^ L Z .
Г 4t the conference on the 30th dience by Archbishop Msty– showed that she possesses the Western operatic styles o p .
, t h i a f o n n f r v . e u l m i n a t f o a a s , i t sigfu , . Г . . — v . T v ^ t United Co-chairmen of the semanar anniversary of "The Ukrain– slav. Metropolitan of the U– basic vocal equipment for a the part of the Ukrainian .
f i c a n t l v does in t h e F l a g D a y o n J u n e 14th, s o designa– States, and was held in cobpe– were fhr, Stanielaw E. Most– ian Quarterly" "Acts of U– krainian Orthodox Church in fine career - a career that diva.
t e d byJPresbdent Woodrow Wilson h e c k i n 1916. ration with Essex Communi– wit. chairman of the PoUsh Jtrainian Statehood" by Prof. the U.S.A., at his chancery in might, however, be restricted
B u t i t all s t a r t e d ^ m ^ 8 8 5 r ^ n - 4 h e ^ f l i m a j town o f ty College. Pl^ritage Association of Ma– Alexander Ohloblyn and Prof, Bound Brook, N.J. On that by her basic inexperience with Played Well
.-yland, and Prof. Paul Ftn– vasy: Omelchenko, and ano– very day 33 years had elapsed the still unfamiliar Western
Fredonia. Wisconsin. A 19-year-old s c h o o l m a s t e r b y ^ h c .hak, chairman of the i'kra– ther work on the Russifica– since the consecration in Kiev language and by her "general-
. Morning SWHJOH Mme. Babak was accom–
n a m e of Bernard J. Cigrand w a n t e d h i s pupils t o с а г о : .nian Education Associat.jn tion, genocide and religious of Metropolitan Skrypnyk as ly old fashioned approach to pamed at the piano by Tho–.
t h e i r l e s s o n s in A m e r i c a n i s m i n t o t h e s u m m e r vaca– The morning session was of Mary'land. persecution in Ukraine. Bishop of the Ukrainian Or– the recital medium itself," і mas Hrynkiw, "who played-
t i o n s . B e f o r e d i s m i s s i n g t h e m o n w h a t w a s t h e l a s t d a y opened by Or. Danuta Most- in the evening of the same Also, the Ukrainian Bicen– thodox Church. On this occa– wrote Mr. Flynn in the Mon ( well enough," said Mr. Flynn,
of school, h e g a t h e r e d t h e m into a quiet circle in t h e win, ausociate professor of so– day, the UCCA branch of tenuial Committee is plenning sion, special congratulations day. May 26th edition of The j "but was barely audible in the
-ial work at the Catholic U– Baltimore held a meeting at to publish a brochure, "Ukra– were offered to the Metropoli– Plain Dealer. і recital's first half, since tho'"
s c h o o l y a r d a n d conducted a brief f l a g - r a i s i n g c e r e m o n y
niveraity in Washington, D.C. the Ukrainian Youth Hall at inians in America," for mass tan by the delegation of the Mme. Babak's repertoire lid of his piano was closed.''
A s t h e s t a r s and s t r i p e s fluttered u p t h e branchless She dwelt on a number of which Dr. Dushnyck spoke distribution, and special U– Ukrainian Bicentennial Corn–
consisted, of selections from j This was partially rectified
s a p l i n g t h a t served a s a flagpole, t h e y o u n g teacher problems relating to propei about current activities of the kraiman commemorative me– mittee. Western classical music, simi– in the second half of the con-
e x h o r t e d t h e pupiis t o c a r r y t h e l e s s o n s of A m e r i c a n - 'ecognitiori of the national UCCA. dailions. in the course of the audien– iar to those she sang in heri cert.
i s m t h r o u g h o u t t h e year, t h r o u g h o u t their l i v e s . ind cultural identity of Ame– One of the urgent UCCA ' The speaker appealed for ce, members of the delega– previous three performances,
i s subsequent weeks she is,
ican Slavs, which problems tasks is the Ukrainian parti– contributions to the Ukrain– tion apprised the Metropoli– j a n ^ Ukrainian lasaical and
A m o n g t h e first t o p i c k u p t h e .idea w e r e t h i s scheduled to appear in Der
constitute .severe handicapt -ipation in the observances Of an National Fund. tan about the work of the U– 1 foUc
c o u n t r y ' s fraternajists. N o w numbering, over 1 1 mil- n the progress of Slavit the Bicentennial of America ' The meetbig was con– krainian Bicentennial Com– j "Her voice is basically L aoit, Chicago, Hartford and'
lion, o r g a n i z e d i n s o m e 1 0 0 s o c i e t i e s , t h e f r a t e r n a l i e t s 2ulUral development in Aroe– this and next year. He said ductrd by Bohdan Sala– mittee and invited nim to be– b i 6 operatic instrument with other cities.
f o c u s a t t e n t i o n on t h e underlying v i r t u e s of t h e i r philo–' ?їеа.' that the recently-established macha, chainnan of the UC– come a member of the Honor– )
s o p h y , of w h i c h patriotism is o n e . Combined 4 witn tl!jC Dr. W ^ e r Dushnyck, edi Ukrainian Bicentennial Corn- CA branch in Baltimore. ary Committee, which is being ! - ^ -^– - - -
ideals o f brotherhood, c h a r i t y a n d service, f o r t h e fr^., 'or of ; ^ e Ukrainian Quar formed by the Committee. : " Г . MiySUeWSKy: і Meticulous
t e r n a l i s t s it i s n o t j u s t a n o t h e r "ism", but a genuinely Ethnic
teriy,"'spoke on )'T)hje Slavic
i"cess–' Americai Canadian Film Board Releases
They also discussed at length ! Arehivist at W T orfe
Jie anticipated close coopera– 1
a b i d i n g precept. ;' jjeaders," tracing its historj
i t i s w o r t h w h i l e t o recall t h a i t h e first orgahiza– and projecting its future.
Documentary on Ukrainians Lion of the Ukrainian Church– By M I C H A E L E W A N C H U K
ee with the Bicentennial Com–
tion our f o r e b e a r s f o u n d e d in t h i s country w a s a fra– Citing available sources the WINNIPEG, мап. - The '– ''None of the people here mittee. Recently the writer spent ven;ed in Ukrainian literature
ternal benefit s o c i e t y Moreover, t h e y c h o s e W a s h i n g - speaker said that out of 90: National Film Board of Can– have seen the 'darling land
. - - . - j
of the songs and yet through in discussing the ?-rival of some time in Ottawa, the ca– and history. She is devoting
t o n ' s b i r t h d a y a s t h e official d a t e for t h e establishment non-English publications it lda held the premiere view– the first Ukrainian settlers. pital city of Canada, gather– further time to the Btudy at.
America,' a total of 278 o. .r.g of Uie documentary film thepi and their feeling for the it was pointed rut that the ing information in the Na– the Ukrainian language. She
of t h e U k r a i n i a n N a t i o n a l A s s o c i a t i o n w i d e l y became
30.8 percent, were printed ir on the Ukrainian settlement old country, something ol most noted among them war twnal Archives about Ukrain– delights in reminiscing about
t h e bedrock of our organized life in t h e New^World. various Slavic languages; oi in Canada, entitled "l've that distant land doet. the childhood days of her
Rev. Agapius Honcharenko, ian settlements in Caniida.
Certainly t h e s e w e r e g e n u i n e e x p r e s s i o n s of patriotisn– the total ethnic (non-English Never Walked the Steppes," emerge," said the press re- Any researcher studying -. daughter, Olena Elizabeth
Ukrainian Orthodox priest,
t h a t h a v e been r e t a i n e d by four g e n e r a t i o n s of TJkrain circulation of 8,789,132 - at its film studio Thursday, lease. who arrived in New Y'ork in materials dealing with Ukra– Dillon, and her warm relation-
Mr. Krepakevich has eithei
i a n s i n t h i s country, i n o b s e r v i n g t h i s w e e k a n d l r 1,484,035 copies of publics May 22, 1975.. 1S63. He went to California, iniaas. will sooner or later ship with her grandmother^.
s a l u t i n g t h e flag, let u s reaffirm o u r dedication t o the jions (lfi.9 percent) were ir.
. Among the over 50 partiq– directed, edited or appeared where he founded and edited come in contact with Dr. Yla– ; senator Olena, whose name .
Slavic -languages, t He і con pants at the preview were in 15 films, .including the la– , "The Alaska Herald" in the dirnir Kysilewsky (YJ. Kaye). she carries. She also carries
i d e a l s of f r a t e r n a u s m a n d le^ ^ h e m g u i d e u s е а с , Ь ^ '
eluded that the Slavic ethnic several members of the U test lkxaiman documentary', і c– -л І. -n , — T І Each day this well-known re–: the name of. he maternal
o f o u r lives. і і і r hЦ ftf. press ae'Well a s Slavic 'ethnic krainian Canadian Committee j with the Film Board, ^ ..іГТ „ -oZ. ' English, Russian and Ukrain– searcher signs the entry book і grandmother, Elizabeth, and.
stay- executive board. This English-language film f ian languages. His grave and that of a patronnesa of many
urgent Resolutions : ^11 ^ тотадпunities are hereinto Ame– The film, written, directed can b; acquired in larger і that of his wife are in Hay- in soon Archives arranging and ;, Ukrainian.causes, vicountees
i t i s s a f e t o s a y - t h a t a m o n g t h e m a j o r achieyBnj,i^^ ., A i ; . .
and edited by Jerry Krepa– і Canadian cities thrqugh t h e ; ward,' Calif." ,possible .trans– documents and papers and: Dillon. At the present time
m e n t s of U k r a i n i a n s in A m e r i c a , one which–-embodies
kevfch. deals with a Ukraine Film Beard's: office free . of ^ o f . . t h e i cemetery ^ Bound і t–110^ o f ^ mother, і Senator Olenka is a professor-Of ЬЦ-^ї
Ukrainian ^ in Ї
b o t h t h e s p i r i t of o u r p e ^ l e a n d t h e ' n H e a n i ^ ' b f 0Ur j n family in Winnipeg, remi– 1chbrge. ( ^r y)p: ? ; І Ml Brook, N.J., was 'also а ЧЬрїс ! 0 1 e n a Kysiipwska. HLs work, tory in England.. 1ЩЦ
presence here, i s t h e erection o f t h e ' T a r a s S h e v c h e n k c Georgisn. J Court College in nipcing about a land they t - І t of discussion is well planned, carefully an– A visit to the professor s
oqd,rN^LMindwelt OB Have, never seen. The setting g^– - І' -і'Н”рЧКЯирс^". notated ana precise, i n the dsn — Dr. Kysilewsky was: ;
m o n u m e n t in t h i s n a t ^ 0 5 4 c a f n t o M j b l i t is Christmas dinner and the T.f.'
flt;^K;ountered,!;fbjr. Revolutionary Hero future, students doing re- professor of Slavic - studies
of our people i n . J u n e of Щ Ш ш ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ і 4"' family discuss what it means B A N D U K I S T R A S T E R S search will be able to benefit and department head — will
l a t e P r e s i d e n t E i s e n h o w e r h a d my :idvanCJtagiithQT cultural ya– Ф be Ukrainian born in Can– ,-ж'(ЗСО APPEAR AX..-.
Metropplitan' 'Mstyslav in- from his endeavoi-s: the bio– prove that the gentleman has1
ada of Canadian parents. P -LINCOLN CENTEK
t o r y of o u r s e t t l e m e n t in t h e Фее-Wftrife, a g r e a t tribute ues in,Amerjca,.,. . , . r formed that Henry Fisher, a graphies of early pioneers, his work exceptionally well
'' -ЇНІІУ ur.y. .'.,T.? ij
t o o u r people w h o veritably s t o o d up a n d w e r e counted , The afternoen,,seasion . o f „ f ^ d S d f f r S ? t h t erear? patriot ' and herald of the the London Bureau and the organized and all records pro-–
'' NfeW.lfORKvKX - r Уега і .
— s o „ ,e ^ 100,000 іof ithem.
„ m л л л . л L . - тфМі semma г щая,
seminar яла.commenced і are umowta, nom tht grtat– Revolution who history of the participation perl у filed. Here one can finjl
rents who came to „ j ,”и о.. і u American
by Dr. і Н ^ і Р в а І . firat"ae– ( ^ a n d P " ^
A g r e a t deal of effort wen^t.into,.tbis a q h ^ y , e m e n t aistant,, sciences and techno– Canada at the turn of the read the Proclamation of in– of Canadian Ukrainians in the Ukrainian newspapers, with
and Olena Shumy!owych, і ^ „ ^ і г . .
deiH'ndence in Somerset Coun– First World War. This latter Svoboda on top of the pile-bv
b u t certainly the -turning point w a s : t h e p a s s a g e ,of a kjgy'division of the New York century t o the youngsters well-known bandurist sLsterj ty in New Jersey, is buried study is still in manuscript One needs advice and en-":
special resolution i n t h e U.S. C o n g r e s s .calling for. t h e Public Library, who spoke oh who now question the rele– duo,"will perform at the Au–: uii the grounds of the Ukrain– form and awaiting publica– couragement from a "pro"; '
-vance of holding on tp,i^m– ditorium of the Library and;
erection of t h e m o n u m e n t , i n a different vein; and jtfos– ktfnforming PebfylF Library ian Orthodox Metropo!itanate tion. i t seems like a worthy He insists that the history of'
cestralties. ' ^ л ^ ' Museum of Performing Arts j
sibly on a different y e t n o l e s s s i g n i f i c a n t plateau, i t Readers about Slavic Groups in Bound Brook, N.J., and ef– project for the Ukrainian ve– the pioneers and the Girrrii
and Organizations" in Ame– The film, however, does a t Lincoln Center Thursday, terans organization. settlement be published Ulv!tifc–
w a s still another, resolution, m a d e into a law, w h i c h rica. in a comprehensive man– show, said a National Film Jfunl' 19, at 2:00 p.m. The forts are being made to have Dr. Kysilewsky is a modest krainian this year and en^
a monument in his honor
e s t a b l i s h e d t h e Captive N a t i o n s Week, proclaimed each ner he explained how Slavic Board of Canada press rele– girls will sing five Ukrainian erected in 1976. man who places no emphasis couraged us to continue work–
y e a r s i n c e 1959 b y public officials from t h e President communities can enhance ase, that through the holiday songs. on self-advertisement. He re- ing on the p u b l i c a t i o n ^
celebrations, the pictures on The recital is part of the І The delegation presented a minds one of Dr. Luke My– English. We received assist'
o n d o w n t o c i t y m a y o r s , i t did n o t drop from heaven, their particular image by sup-
the wall, the rich ceremony special letter to Metropolitan shuha. Although retired .from ance from him in finding ma–
b u t w a s t h e result of hard work and p e r s i s t e n t prod- plying public libraries with of the.midnight Liturgy that
their literature, especially
.' . tyslav, enumerating se– his civil service duties, Dr. terials in the archives which
ding. scholarly books. ''the sense of what being U– biennial convention of t h e ral points which were dis– Kaye continues to study. This will help make the study pro– н
T h e reason for c i t i n g t h e s e e x a m p l e s a t t h i s t i m e Or. Thaddeus v . Gromada, kraink–n does still mean is Composers, Authors and Art- qussed a t the audience. year he joined his wife in iect more reliable.
i s t h e f a c t t h a t for s o m e t i m e now w e h a v e had several coordinator of ethnic studies genuinely communicated." is is of America (САЛА), taking some Ukrainian With Dr. Kysilewsky'я reti–
r e s o l u t i o n s pending in t h e U.S. C o n g r e s s o n m a t t e r s of at Jersey jCjiy State College, which will mark its 39th an– courses at. the university. rement there is need for a
u t m o s t importance t o u s , y e t still buried m tMT s t a c k s j spoke оді , "Enriching t h e The W a v The Weeldv' S a w i t - .Mrs. Kysilewsky, though young person to take his pjH
Knowledge of Public School her native language i s
of v a r i o u s c o m m i t t e e s . T h e resolutions in question deal
Taaehers About Slavic Ame–
- ' HAVE YOU BROUGHT English, is. exceptionally well sition. He will be hard to re-
"Freedom for Ukrainian?, however, eaft be place.
w i t h Moroz and Pliushch, w i t h t h e r e s u r r e c t i o n ' of rjcans." He. emphasized that
achieved by the Ukrainians themselves, but only, as
ttitJR rkJEvj) OR
U k r a i n i a n C h u r c h e s in Ukraine, and. w i t h t h e Ukrain– ethnic groups have a, very ini– ,Shevchenko stressed, when the Ukrainian people RELATIVE TO THE SvOBODA Said:
ian i n d e p e n d e n c e D a y proclamation. T h e l e g i s l a t o r s w h o rwrtahi' task 'Jo perform, na stand as one and fight as one. if they do, no power UKRAINIAN NATIONAL
introduced t h e m did t h e i r s h a r e . N o w i t i s tip t o u s ! ^ е , У ' to s e e that school will be able to withstand them..." Tt "...When recalling the 200th anniversary of the
teachers,, be Uvey of Slavic or ASSOCIATION? IF NOT, destruction of the Zaporozhian Sich on June if, ГїіЬ,
t o m u s t e r t h e k i n d of support t h r o u g h b u r represen–
t a t i v e s t h a t will lead to' action on t h e resolutions. Re- formed about ' activities of
noniSlayic. origin, are well in–
МйЯґЬЩ T9S7 BO SO AS SOON AS we must imperialism, keej) inin thethe greator Commuh–
member, j w e did i t before.
2 Slavic communities, as well as t H
ist form, for Ukraine and the Ukrainian
occasion we salute the last otaman of the Sich,
people. On this
Kalnyshevsky, who remained loyal to the ideals of free–
dom and to the Ukrainian people until his death while
P h y s i c a l ІЖпевв: Л S o u n d M i n d i n І with tight muscles, because of most important components ejre doing-.any conditioning imprisoned on a secluded island.. .T
inactivity, will complain of of physical fitness.. work for your cardiovascular
A Sound Body back trouble. Most of these P
One of the best way t o system. Tuesday, June 3, 1975
pains are the result of tight
By G. OSTAP TATOMYR
The majority of Ukrainians most a million persons each training, which means the muscle and increasing i t s
muscles. Stretching t h e
prevent hypokinetic disease
and the related heart failures Change Pace
is simple daily exercise and a
reading this article are pro– year. heart will tend to pump more range of motion through balanced diet. A little bit of Swedish etlcs i s a " . . .it is not surprising that the renewed internal
bably in pretty poor physical What preventive measures blood per beat in less beats. exercise is an excellent means daily exercise i s f a r better common activity of many U– confidence of the NATO allies and the confirmation of
conditions. Chances are a can each one of us take to The lower the pulse rate is at of correcting this problem. than a big doze once a week, krainians—slow jogging, free– the fact that the security of the member states lies in
large cross-section are over- fight this disease? The an– resting, the less the heart Muscle balance' is an lm– a collective effort leaders discontent on the
evoked in the Kremlin,
it should be kept in mind, exercise type of movement, j ^ c a u ^ e tne Soviet counted internal
weight, and many are head– awer is: being physically fit. has to work.. Keeping that portant part of physical fit– however, that any time an Again these types of move– 1 ^ ^ in ^Af0, stemming from the Greek-Turkish con–
ing to premature heart dTs– Let us consider the mean– resting pulse rate, down a s ness. For our muscles and activity 'is undertaken, the ment are only effective if the1, fjictf t h e coup i n portugal and the alienation of some–
ease due to overeating and ing of physical' fitness. There much as .possible is very im– body to function 'in an effi– pulse should be maintained at criteria are met for condi– j Western states from the United States. Fortunately
inactivity. are several components.in fit– portant. vigorous exercise is. cient manner in all ranges of a moderate level for the pres– tioning the heart. Many jog– the Western states meeting in a summit conference^'
Ukrainians for the most part ness that should be kept, in the only way to lower the motion, our muscles must be cribed period of. time or the gers will "run" (jog for overcame hese dangerous symptoms and restored a
are an intelligent people with a nind, such as cardiovascular j resting pulse rate naturally balanced. A n excellent ex- heart as a muscle will not be miles) and never get the spirit of unity, cohesion and the readiness to meet anfy
high degree of pride, but per– strength,, endurance, fiexibi– in a healthy person ample of this concept is that
strengthened and conditioned. pulse up to an acceptable danger today in a collective front..."
haps because of our intclli– lity, muscle . b a l a n c e . - a n d ,, Endurance means to have all pf us have a bleep (upper level and them wonder why
gence we have evolved a com– muscle strength. Ca:diovas– some type of, vigor and vita– front of arm). The triceps Most Ukraini ans are avid their cardiovascular system Wednesday, June Jf, 1975
fortable and sedentary life cular strength.is a very im– lity so that we are not tired muscle, located directly on skiers, tennis players, and are is not up to par. if you jog,
the upper back of the arm, із r.ctive in.such sports as track pick up the pace... run... run леіш
which is directly related t o portant aspect of, living. The quickly, it is the ability to do
automation and mechaniza– heart, the lungs and the ar– an activity and keep the fa– the muscle that should be of nd field, swimming and ice less but run faster, if you do "... Equality for wotnen in the Soviet Union means'
tion. These two factors have teries make up the cardio– tigue from that activity at a equal strength. Then our mo– hockey. These are great ac– calisthetics increase your rate that they have to xcork in factories and in mines, bui
created a hypokinetic disease vascular system. Strength of minimum, vigorous, sustain– tions in each direction, flexing tivitles, because they place
of repetition. not as clerks or secretaries, but actually in the mAntf
as a result of lack of motion. this system determines how ed exercise builds up endu– or extending,-will b e auffi– the pulse at a high level for
І recently met with the na– shafts, oftentimes doing physically strenuous work andi
long a person lives, barring rar.ee. cient for any physical activity a period of time. Many Ukra–
tional vice-president of the without adequate apparel or footware. But Ukrainian
and sports, inians after the age of 25 or American Hearth A^socia– women, as well as those of other non-Russian
Prevention any peripberal disease. The Flexibility i s now a real nationq,–
latest research indicates that problem for many of u s . so do not participate in these tion while lecturing on the exposed to an added 'equality.'
are They arc arresteay:
Because of our inactivity in any activity you should Touching the toes with the Heart Hnscto sports. Many are then invol– topic of physical fitness and tried and sentenced to long prison terms, they suffer
and overeating the heart, the place a demand on your body fingertips or with the palms ved in low-demand physical he stated: "Many people do abusive searches, persecution and indignities at, the
lungs, and the arteries slowly and heart by working the is the best exercize to main- Strength of all the muscles activities such as golf, bow- not know that placing your hands of the KGB, including the crushing of their bodieji,
degenerate; hypokinetic dis– pulse up to at least 120 beats. tain flexibility. Many of US is important аіво, but the em– ling, bridge and chess, just to cardiovascular system under by tanks in the Kingir cajnps. Theirs is a truly oonp–,
eaae js now t^e greatest killer per minute for five minutes. who led sedentary lives find phasis should he placed on a name a few. Do not think that a demand is of prime impor– plete captivity..." .-
on the face of the earth, res– in this manner, the heart a s it difficult to function pain– strong heart muscle. All these if you participate in any of tance in preventing hypokine–
ponsible for the death of al– a muscle i s placed under leeely through the day. Many terms mentioned the
are the latter activities that you (Continued on p. 3) Thursday, June 5, 1975
tvoBOD;s,таяUKRAINIAN WEEKLY, SATURDAY, JUNE ?, 1975
Reputtodd Accepts Petitions Minnesota U. Students Stage Soyuzivka Awaits Youthful Campers
i n l l e l e u s e of M o r o z . Pliuslic h Successful "Ukrainian Week" KERHONKSON, N.Y. -
STON1NGTON, Conn. - ! M I N N E A P O L I S , МІПП. - from among the students and Tiu-'Lviv" villa, cozily sec–
Representatives of the Col– A concert, an arts exhibit, a faculty. !uded amid pines, is being
chester, Conn., branch of the^ historical symposium were iJp'of.' Omeljan Pritsak, Di– given the last touches; the
Ukrainian'Congress Commit– the highlights of a "Ukrain– rector of the Harvard Ukra– Kwimming pools .are freshly
tee of America presented Rep. ian Week" staged by the U– lnian Research institute, and painted and filled with wa–
Christopher Dodd (D.-Conn.) krainian Student Hromada at Dr. Orest Subtelny took part ter; the grasey knolls are
with 4,500 petitions in de– the University of Minnesota in the historical symposium cleanly mowed;, the green
fense of valentyn Moroz, beginning Wednesday, May held under the egis of Minne– ^nnis courts are staring in–
Leonid :Hiushch and others, 21,1975. sota l'niyersity's Department vitingly; tin volleyball court
and requested that during his ' Ukraine in Song and of History; has been rolled—and "Chem–
upcoming trip to the USSR Dance" was the theme of the The "Ukrainian Week" was nyi", the cuddly collie that is
he raise their plight in talks Wednesday concert which received with great interest one of several new additions
with Soviet leaders. launched the activities. .The and acclaim by both the Uni– to Soyuzivka, is sniffling the
The group visiting Rep. various exhibits on the versity's academic community air in seeming anticipation of
Dodd at his office Monday, campus also opened on that and the Twin Cities Ukrainian the youngsters' onrush.
May 19, included Bohdan Ka– day, attracting many viewers ocenmunity.
chorowsky. Max Kocur, Da– Check-ln-Time
niei B. Sokolski and Eugene
On behalf of the group Mr. t'CCA delegated visit Rfp. Christopher Dodd, seated, left to Canadian Youth to Salute it's that time of the yeai
again, i n two short weeks,
Gulycz, a student from Un– right, are Rep. Dodd, Bohdan Kaehurowsky, Max Kocur, Pittsburgh Ukrainians i n Concert '!Chemnyi'1 will stop sniffling Tennis campers a r e practicing the mechanics of the fore-
caaville, asked Rep. Dodd to Daniel B. Sokolski.and Eugene Gulycz.
and start barking, and bounce hand, one of the essential strokes.
deliver the petitions to Soviet of their choice and medical about the denial of human PFTTSBURGH, Pa. - " A j j a r o s l a w Klun as choreogra– around Jovially a s h e greets
leaders during his visit to the ^expenses connected with their rights in Ukraine. contingent of 126 young U– pher. They will present their the youngsters checking in working out plans to make The first tourney in which
USSR. He also requested that recuperation. He added that The UCCA branch collected kraiman Canadians from Ha– program at Soldiers and Sai– for the summer camps. the campers' stay relaxing, they can try their prowess
he intercede on behalf of Mo– both Moroz and Pihishch signatures among the local milton, Ontario, will travel to j lore Memorial Hall in Pitts- Saturday, June 21, Soyu– enjoyable and enlightening. are the Eastern champion-
roz, Pliuahch and others and were offered teaching posi– Ukrainian community and at Pittsburgh, Pa,, t o salute j burgh on Sunday, June 15, at zivka graciously opens its Meanwhile, awaiting their ships which will be held over
ask the Soviet leaders to re- tions at univeraities in the Catholic parishes in the sur– their brothers in the U.S. on ' 2:30 p.m. gates to both the youngsters charges on the tennis courts the long July Fourth week-
lease them on humanitarian United States. rounding area: the occasion of America's Bi– pivitatione have been aent who come to relax and to will be Zenon Snylyk and end. The tourney is open to
grounds. , , Among the material pre– News of the UCCA delega centennial and the Centennial to Mayor Flaherty of the city those who come here to learn George Sawchak for what all age groups, from boys and
Mr. Gulycz told the demo– sented to Rep. Dodd was a tion's visit w a s reported in of the first substantial Ukra– of Pittsburgh and Commie- or to improve their tennb will.be the fifth annual ten– girls 12 and under to seniors
cratic legislator that the UC– copy of "Boomerang," an an– ,the Norwich Bulletin, The inian immigration to the Unl– sioner Thomas Foerster v of game. ids camp at the UNA estate. 55 and over.
CA. 4B willing to underwrite І thology of the works b y Mo– Groton News and The Day ted States. Allegheny County to extend The camp, which will run
Swishing around the place
all costs connected with their І roz published by "Smolo– Tuesday, May 20. Each news- The youths 'comprise the greetings to the Ukrainians n his Kwasmobile, Soyuziv– through June 28th, .offers First Long Weekend
transportation to a country skyp," and other information paper also gave sketches of "Chaika" chorus and dance from Canada. On hand to four hours of daily instruc–
ka'a manager peers into every
the lives, writings and prison ensemble With Zenon Lavvry– present the colors of both nook and corner, checking and tion on the courts in addition That weekend, of course, is
terms Of Moroz and Pliuahch. shyn as musical director and qpontries will be a color guard double-checking on the works to morning exercizes, skull Soyuzivka's traditional open–
Mmgr. P a s k a R e c e i v e s . i ^ t h e U.S. Marine Corps.
д-The "Chaika" ensemble,is
that are going on and-those
sessions, theory and films. Of ing of the summer season.
course, the campers (aged With July 4th falling on a
that have to be completed by
Г D o c t o r a t e i n C a n o n L a w Ukrainian Bicentennial Projects . . . being sponsored in Pittsburgh
12-18) have free access to all Friday this year, to s a y that
by the Ukrainian Bicentennial other facilities at Soyuzivka. it will be crowded is an un–
WASHINGTON, D . C - of 1969. Subsequent modifica– (Continued from p. 1) Committee of Western Penn– "We want to make the it's there for their enjoyment. derstatement, a s all Soyuziv–
Megr. Walter Paska, voca– tions in law, e,g., time of ab–
tions dire?for for. the Ukrain– stinence, number of holy days, kola Chomanczuk; press andj munity. i n addition, efforts sylvania of which Michael place presentable and com– The tennis campers fron ka goers know. Add to it two
liaison with the New York are being made to expand the Komiohak i s chairman. fortable for the kids," says thia and previous years cai lavish entertainment pro-
ian Catholic Metropolitan and liturgical prescriptions This is the second Ukrain– Mr. Kwas. "They're our first compete in a special tourna grams and the music of "Ru–
Bicentennial Corporation - Ukrainian exhibit at the Mu–
Province, presently in resi– reflect t h e status of particu– Mrs. Smindak.
aeum of immigration on Li– ian event in Pittsburgh to be guests of the summer season, rnent during the last weekend ahnyehok" and "Tempo" —
dence at^St. Josaphat's Ca– lar law at present. -dedicated to America's BJcen– you know, and we will have of August for Soyuzivkj and you've got plenty for
Committees formed for berty island.
tholic Seminary in Washing- The comprehensive exami– events scheduled for 1975 and - Mr. Huhlewych said that temual. The first was the an opening night entertain– -trophies. This campers' tour openers.
ton, D.C.-j was awarded a nations and defense of the
those, tentatively planned for і the United American Ukrain concert of the Sheychenko ment program for them." ney was started last year b But the summer is long
doctorate in canon law by the thesis were completed in the in line with Soyuzivka's ro– serve aa a tune-up for the ind there's more in store for
1976 are as follows: ian Organizations will make Bandurist Capella on May
Catholic University of Ameri– presence of a board of exa,–
.^ Fifth Avenue parade, every effort t o participate in 10th which drew 2,000 people tational system, it's' the boys' nationals a week later. Mon
ca, after completing three miners consisting of T e r y Re– turn first to make themselves than a dozen campers hav me and all at Soyuzivka.
September 21, 1975 - Muss .Bicentennial events planned to Carnegie Music Hall.
years of. j t u d y a t that inati– verend Meletius Wojnar, QS– 4t home at the "Lviv" ' vills already taken first or secon Oall early (914-626-5641) and
Haiya Klymuk, Mrs. Karpin– jby the city and.the New York
tution. ^^ BM, J.C.D., associate profes– sky, ivan Bazarko and Ste– Bicentennial Corporation, in for a three-week tour of place trophies in the regula. ^eservea room. They're going
The work lie pursued a t the sor of canon law; Уегу Rev. phen Chuma.
University? concluded in a Frederick McManus, J.C.D.,
,thia respect, the May 22 cere–
Concert of the .Byzantine monies at City Hall which of– kx!fi
Mark ?чт'... camping. They , will remain tourneys.
there through, July 12th,- to
doctoral thesis entitled ''Sour– LL. D., dean of graduate stu– Chorus from Holland, Novem– ficially opened New York's Щ (Con turned from p. 1) be followed by girls of the SUMA RoHy.77"
ces of Particular Law for the dies and vice provost; Rev. ber 2, 1975, at the High Bicentennial observance were Ьщ Mayor Anthony Pany, -tame age group (7-11). Then
Ukrainian Catholic Church John. Lynch, J.CJ)., chairman School of Fashion industries attended by himself, as UA– Msgr. M. Charyna, State As– it's the teenage set that (Continned from p. 1)
in the United States.' This of the department of canon — Mr. Bazarko and Capt. UO president, Mrs. Smindak, Bamblyman Russell Kowa– comes here for the three- dancing groups from Pbila– first place in overall compcti– delphia, Yonkera and New tion. New York took second
study reviews the influence of law; Rev. Ladislas Orsy, J.C.– Mike Luchuf. representing the Ukrainian lyahyn, Msgr. Michael Fedo– week Cultural courses. York, a' girls chorus from and Philadelphia third.
common law adapted in the D., M.A., professor of canon
Gala concert of Ukrainian Bicentennial Committee, and TgfHch, state senator Jeanet– Parma, O.. and a mandolin Overall individual cham–
United States from legislation law; Rev. Thomas
Green, j music and dance, including Mrs. Gamille Smorodsky, re- te Keibman, Judge Clinton Plenty of Tennis orchestra from Astoria, N.Y. pion in all three fields w a s
in effect in the mother Ukra– J.C.D. and J
- ! t h e appearance of the Shev– presenting the Ukrainian Na– Budd Palmer, and -Msgr. First place in the boys iryna Kwasnrj from ^ New"
inian CJhujrch, as well as the Kennedy, J.C.D., both aseist–
chenko Bandurist Capella, to tional Women's League of Chehanslcy. The closing Supervising the children's voUeybaU^ompetition.went to York City. -
circumstances that influenced ant professors of canon law. prayer wa.s offered by the camps tins year will be Mrs. the New York branch, while
be held in Carnegie Hall or a America, The next sports meet at
the introduction of particular During the academic year similar concert hall — Mrs. SUMA's "verkhovyntal" Yery Rev. Constantinc Ber– SUphania Hawryluk^ a pro– the Hartford girls took first the SUM A camp here will be
church і law throughout the 1974-1975 Msgr. Paska served fessional teacher from Pough– place in their division.
Dushnyck, Miss Klymuk, Dr. Dancers of New York, direc–' daft' the fourth annual sports ga–
history of the Ukrainian Ca– a s a graduate assistant in the Entertaining the throng keepsie, N.Y. A frequent vi–
Soneyytsky, and Walter Ba,– ted by Oleh Genza, have ac– Divine Liturgies on Sunday mes, sponsored by the UCCA
tholic Church in America. Department of canon law, lec–
The development of particu– turing on special institutes of
cad. cepted an invitation t o " per– with choral music w a s the aitor at Soyuzivka with two moring were celebrated by Youth and Student Conferen–
^tJkralnian cultural exhl– form at an international Fe– parish's a capella choir under of !ier children in" the same Rev. Dr. 1. Siutyk, OSBM, and ce, to be held Saturday and
lar law is traced through a Eastern rite churches.
review of directives and in– Msgr. Paska was born ЯГо-
9tructions issued by the bi– vember'^9, 1923 in New York - Attye. Flis and George the plaza a t Rockefeller Cen–
bit at a New York university stival Saturday. June 211'5on the direction of Mr. Prosak. а У group, she is already Rev. 1. Tkachuk. Sunday. Juns 21 and 22. Host
Based on cumulative points Л the games will be the
shope o f the Church, culmi– City and ordained in Ш 7 in Wolynete. . - i ; l-ter. Physical Fitness . . . the Younkere branch took 'Chornomorska Sitch" Sports
nating jn the promulgation of Philadelphia. Preparations are underway (Continued from p. t ) Association from irvington,
! Plan Bdok for Ukrainian participation i n tic disease and the related is the time of exercise cut ap– N.J., and competition will be
t h e Archieparchial Statutes heai preciably, but resistance is FAKE EMBLEM . . .
the"oHy's July 4ih celebraUon ^ attacks." he!d in soccer, volleyball and
Roman Huhlewych, presi– in Old New York, the south The latest breakthrough aa constant through the whole (Coatinoed from p. 1) і cross-country run. All
dent of the United American ern tip of Manhattan between far a s body conditioning ie range of motion. Now we can youth organizations are ex–
l ' k r ; i i n і a n Organizations City Hall and Battery Park. concerned for normally keep the pulse at a moderate Ukrainian ensign if approach гмм-ted to take part in the
The committee will hold its healthy persons is called to– level using this principle cor– ed by the Ukrainian com event.
(New York branch of the
UCCA), reported that work next meeting Monday, June tal iaoklnetics. i t is now the rectly without spending much munity.
is in progress by a special edi– 9, a t 7 :OO p.m.. at the Ukrain– most widely used method and І lime in our program. The All American Emblem
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Summary Reports For April 1975
FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT RECORDING DEPARTMENT ORGANIZING DEPARTMENT йїтуіго Popadunee ite-Eleeted
INCOME A P R I L ; . 19?ft v
' Juv. Adults ADD Totui– THE FivE BEST 1N APP.IL 1975 Head oi Montreal trSA MHntrfai
MONTBEA L, Que. - Drny–
Dues from Members - - 9 218,859.03 TOTAL AS MARCH 31. 1975 23.B54 69.165 5.У22 88,7 і l tiJo Popadyntc, former L'NA
Districts: Members t Supreme Advisor, was re-
QfTEREST FROM: GAINS IN APRIL. 1975: і ' -
New Members ,„ ,,,, ,..'LJ. 108^ 41 'Л”^сиз 1 Pniladeiphia, Pa.
elected chairman of the Mon–
Bonds 144283.09 67
Moi-t^iges „ „ . . „ 1 „ „ 87.931.87 Reinstated - 29 54 6 ,^– ьь 2 New York, N.Y. „. treal UNA District Commit–
Certificate Loans 1,339.77 Transferred in .:.– .', ,–. , ,,,,,,M,,. A 28 ^ 4 - :f AX 3 Chicago, Ш. t' yt; tee, one of the leading in the
Banks , , 732.21 Change of class Ш - - - - 5 7 12 4 Toronto. Ont. -^„. Soyuz system in "ierms of ci–
Stocks 1,493.33 Transferred from Juv. Dp L - - 6 - ' 6 5 Cleveland, O., - - ganization this past year.
TOTAL e A l N S - - - - - - lOo 203 51 351 Joining Mr. Pooadynec on
Впшеіїлв: the Committee are: O. Dia–
RENT - REAL ESTATE LOSSES 1N APPJ3U 1976:
chyBhyn, vice-chairman, Paul
77-83 Grand S t , Jersey City, N. J. Suspended - ' , . „. . „,-–....,- 37 43 se ; 146 240 Cleveland, O.,seer. C.M.Koblto .,..,„;.-^JZ.
121 Rome, N.Y., Dubae, secretary, Dana Ma–
94 Brandt PL Bronx, N. Y. - - - 3.239.29 Tranaferred out „ „ „ „ „ - 8 21 4 33 seer. Kihlchak - - - - i - nylo, treasurer, Andrew Lol–
Change of class out - . . . – - -
Transferred to adults
7 "". lb
379 Chicago, 11L, seer. M. Semkiw . ^ „ „ , - , -
nycky, organizer, O. Wyn–
Died ...,...' T 73
- 90 Centralia, P a , seer. J.^Sedor „ „ ! . . – „ – -
nycky, Yera Bociurkiw and
income of UNA Estate-Kerhonkson, Cash Surrender „ „ , - - - -
21 40 .
- u 4 216 Philadelphia, P a . escr. Everdtsky . . . . -. -. .. -.
N.Y., S O Y U Z I V K A - - , — – „ , - i . 10,459.37
- 276 Ambridge. Pa., seer. S. Peter Kiryk, rriembers; audi–
Endou-menta matured - . – „ U – , 48 18 — 66 340 Newark, N. J^ seer. Sofia Orichoweki , - - 'ing board: Wolodymyr Ma–
income of A svOBODA" Printing Plant 47.329.47 Fully Pj.irl-np 14 39 44
— 34 Richmond, va.. seer. L. Blonitxowych - . nylo. Michael Wysochansky,
REFUNDS: Reduced Paid-up „ „ „ , J L . - - - - — 155 Perah Amboy, NJ., seer. M. Fedynyshyn
Extended insurance -ц.У-–, . , ,- — - - ' t„ Wolodymyr Medwid.
442 Toronto, OnL, seer. S. LewyckyJ -.
Loss on Real Estate „ . - . „ - 3.177.30 TOTAL LOSSES , - – . . . – „ – 141 242 60 443 Ttu– meeting, held Sunday, ganizing achievements
Reward to organizers . . . „ „ – . ^ – - , — – 230.14 April 6, was attended by Sen. cepted by Messrs. Popadynec
Taxes Held in Escrow - - – ; - - - - - 6.930.21 Branch Organizers: Members: Paul Yuzyk, UNA Supreme
Taxes — Canadian1 Dom. Pension Plan 127.28 G A I N S I N A P R I L , 1975: and Dubae) and gold and sil–
Taxes r– Fed. ft State : . ^ , „ : . . . - . . , - . . ,. 5.865.71 Paid Up Zj. 14 30 Director for Canada, Wasyl ver pins to leading Branch
Benefits Paid out - „ 1 „ . . . . . „ „ l „ 25.00 Extended insurance 24 25 1 W. Didluk (440) Toronto, Ont - „ - – - - ^ a „ ^ . – „ ^ – 24 Didiuk, Supreme Advisor and secretaries.
Group insurance 1 C 2 J - – . : J . - - , - 63.00 2 J. Odezynsky (133; Philadelphia, Pa. --„ 23 field representative, arid Su–
TOTAL GA1NS 55 - P" 3 C. Koblto (121) Rome,'N.Y: 1 „ – „ „ „ „ „ „ . - „ . „ . – „ 20 preme Advisor Tekla Moroz,
.. With an appeal to contl–
Total." 16.418.64 4 M Kihlchak (240) Cleveland. O. - „ . „ - „ „ „ . . - „ „ 16
– nue the work in the spirit xrf
DOSSES Ш ARRTL. 1975: 5 M. Semklw (379) Chicago, ill. „ „ „ ^ - „ „ ^ ^ „ „ 1 14 who all addressed the assem– cooperation and strive for
Died - . . . j . C J ^ ^ ^ 18 18 blage of the District's officers.
Cash Surrender ,.^,..„ 10 14, '24 Total number of new members, in April „ „ - І І І - . L ; ^ , ^ – 206 Sen. Yuzyk, after irnpart– even better results in this
Profit on Sale of Real Estate „ . і i d . - 6,632.33 Reinstated , „ 14 16
Donations -– - ', . ,, ----. Зо Total numbers of new members in April 1975 ^ – - --–.– 912 year's membership campaign.
63.80 Lapsed ..^. 5 5 ing greetings from the Su–
; io . . r-–' ^ ^ X . 1 preme Assembly,, presented Mr. Popadynec closed the
Total: 6,696:13 TOTAL LOSSB8 - . STTBFAN HAWRYS2
29 53 82 awards to the District for or–
INVESTMENTS: Яиргете Organiser meeting.
TOTJAL UNA MEMBERSHlP
Real Estate Sold - - - – - 32.622.98 AS OF APR1L 80. 1975: 23.822 59,128 5,913 88,663
Mortgages repaid . . „ „ „ – - 66.059.24
Certificttve Loans paid - – - 9,922.34! WALTER SOCHAN,
Supreme Secretary . New York, N e w Jersey UNA'ers Take Part in Organizing Course
Total: s 108,604.56 JE31SEY СІТУ, N J . - — ' ііішііі
Thirty-two Branch officers,
TOTAL ШСОМЕ for APPJL. 1975: „ – " " Г 619,800.73
CALENDAR OF UNA EvENTS mostly secretaries and or–
DISBURSEMENTS - APR1L, 1975 ganizers, heard four execu–
Below is a list of UNA Ont. Canada, just across the tive officers and a field re–
PAYMENTS TO MEMBERS: events scheduled at varied border. ,
presentative delve in detail
times in various centers of і The Lehigh valey-AlJen– into.various methods of or–
Reinsurance Premiums ^,–,, ... І Г --. i ,„., 3 911.W Ukrainian community life, in town District will honor UNA
Cacr Surrenders' — „„.„ -–..-^–.„'^,„
Death Benefits . „ „ . , . , . „ . . „ . . . , - .-^
announcing these programs, pion-^ers with a banquet on ganizattbn, as well as other
Endowments Matured „ . . , — - , „ , - – - 68.300.00 we urge UNA'ers in the res– Sunday, September: 7. ^ ; ' facets oi UNA activity, dur–
Payor death benefits - „ . . - „ – . – 169.38 pective areas і to mark the- 4 ing a day-long secretariai-br–
Soyuzivka is the site of
Fraternal Fund Benefits - - - - . – . 2.390.00 date on their calendars and the traditional annual "UNA ganizing course held Satur–
Tntalj 166.222.26 plan on participating. Like Day" the weekend of Sep– day, May 31, a t tha new UNA
- all UNA functions, these are і tembcr 13-14. in addition to Headquarters here.
OPERATING EXP.-ftEAL open to all Ukrainians, who the "Miss Soyuzivka" pageant, ' Supreme lPresident'. Joseph
77-83 Grand St.. Jersey City, N. J. 2.952.49 will find UNA'ere happy to a lavish concert program, a Lesawyer, Supreme Secretary
94 Brandt Р1. Bronx, N. Y. . „ „ . 929.74 welcome them. tennis tournainent, there js і Walter Sochaii,' Supreme
Total: 3,882.23 UNA Branches and District always that inimitable ,spms– Treasurer Ulana Diachuk,
- Committees, planning any thing about the UNA estate Supreme Organizer Stefan Participants of UNA's secretarial-organizing course. ggjgf;
functions' in the forthcoming that makes for1 a gopdJtlme^ rfawrysz and field represeh–
weeks and months are asked On Sunday, September 13, tatlve Wasyl drichowsky Each.'of the lectures waa Branch officers and organi– 1 tneir share in attaining Ше
U.NA. Estate - Kerhohksott. N. " f r – 8.642.25 to submit information to The there will be speciaf! festivi– gave lectures in the course of followed by a question-and– zers to tackle with intensity j membership drive's overall
"SvOBODA" Printtag Plant - ,,,,„.. 44.630.98 Weekly for subsequent publi– ties in conjunction with the the days programs, focusing answer period, in the course and perseverance their organi– 1 goal for the year of 4,500 new
ORGAN1Z1NG EXPENSES: cation in this Calendar. unveiling; of the Lesia Ukra– on 'such topics as methods of of which many relevant topics zing goals for the year and do ь members.
UNA District in Chicago inka monument. organization, protection plans came under discussion. ,r-l : ^ „
Field Conferences ";,,.,,,.„,^^.r-—–. .43.32
Lodge Supplies Purchased , , - „ - , . T , „ „ . 764.46 will stage a "UNA Daly Sun- 4
UNA NeW York District pffer?d by the UNA and their Sitting in on the course was
Advertising - J . – - - . „ , „ . „ - - ^ , 1,106.25 day, July 20, in Palatine, will'stage a banquet Satur– benefits to members and fa– also UNA Supreme Auditor Ukrainians Take Part in Miami Festival
Medical inspections „ „ ^ , „ . . . , ^ , ^ „ ^ ^ 534.80 ilk One of the features of dayi December 6, in honor of miliea, duties and responsibi– lwan Wynnyk, who also - - ;
Reward to Branch Organizers , . - - . - - , , 1.821.18
the Day will be the selection UNA pioneers, lities of Branches within the spoke to the participants, МІАШ, Па. - The c^oir
Travelling Expenses — Special of UNWLA Branch Ї7 hero, corded publicity in area news-
Organizers -– ...,-– 780.25 of the District's Miss UNA. m
The Taras Shevchenko Soyuz system, their relation- emphasizing UNA's financial under the directi-tn of O'ga papers.
RewarcT to Special Organizers „ „ – , - „ 1.391.66 " UNA District in Detroit Branch 42 in Passaic will ship to the members and their stability and management. The international Folk F-s–
Reward to Br. Pres. h Trees. - , – - 12.00 will hold its "UNA Day" on mark its 60th anniversary business with the Main Office. Mr. Wynnyk also urged the Pavlova, herself :i por.u!nr tival features ovar 30 nhnic
Reward to Br. Secretaries , . — – . . . - 741.66
Sunday, July 27, at the Ukra– with a banquet Sunday, De– Ukrainian sing 1 ", took рягс in
groups and nationalities v, ith
-fotal:" 81.916.19 inian village in Emersburg. ca-mber 7. t,nxuxixxExrxixxxxxxxxxixxxxxnixxxxxxxxxxxfl the fourth annual inter.:a– emphasis on their cultural he–
tional Folk Festival, luld
SALARJES. 1NSUKANCE AND ТАХБЗ: FRATERNAL WEEK from May 25th through June ritage. in addition to music,
Canadian Corporation Taxes . 3,100.00 (Continued from p. i ) MANOR J U N l O R COlXEGE 1st. songs and danc-гз, thcie trc
bazaars, arts and craft
Employee Pension Plan . . „ – - - - 433.33 and the contributions it, seph Lesawyer, UNA Supre– Both the choir and Міна hibits, and sales of
Salaries of Executive Officers „ „ ^ .
Salaries of Office Employees . „ „ .
makes to the growth of Ame– me President, Mr. Sochan,
rica, the proclamations call Mrs. Stephanie Wochok, Su–
Day a n d Evening Classes Pavlova render .d sevo:-.il Г- foods.
krainian songs пк part of 'be
Employee Hospitalization Plan „ „ – , . 99.09 Local Ukrainians took
on all citizens to join in the preme Treasurer of the "Prp– Wednesday, MHV 28 psO^ram. in all phases of the week-1
Taxes - Federal A State - „ , . .,– 10,761.41 Liberal Arts - Real Estate
ч!- . observances and become ac– vidence" Association of Ukra– They also took part in pre– festival and attracted atten–
Total: 36^44.94 quained with the goals and inian Catholics, and Mrs. Ma– Secretarial Science — Allied Heahh ^ious festivals and were ac– tion of numerous spectators.
pursuits of the various fra– rion Musika, "Providence"-l Library Science — Dental Assistant
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION - SVOBODA: 28,600.00 Still openings for day enrollments ,,. : : :ibi
temal societies. Ьгяпст secretary in Bayonnei
A D M I N I S T R A T T V E EXPENSES: The signing of the procla– N J .
Books Ь Printed Matter „ „ „ „ ^ . - ^ 109Л0 raation by Gov. Byrne was Officers representing the Classes Regin Sept. 4 28th ANNUAL і ОЛЛ ЕЛТІО
General Office Maintenance „ „ „ „ . 469.19 proposed by Walter Sochan, New Jersey Fraternal Con–
insurance Department Fees „ - – - 133.00 president of the New Jersey gress were: Mr. Sochan, Mrs. Contact: Director of Admissions ГКНАІХІАІЧ A M E R I C A N Ш
Postage ^ – - - – - - - - – - — - 743.44 Fraternal Congress and Su– Elizabeth O'Neill, first vice– ! Manor Junior College
Printing A Stationery . „ „ . „ „ ^ „ – - 950.75 Fox Chase Manor, Jenkintown, Pa. 1904в VETERANS
TBM r– Rental tc Service „ „ „ . „ . ! – 903.79 preme Secretary of the UNA. president, Leopold Malinow:
Telephone - ^ – ..., . '. .
TravelUng Expenwea — General „ „ „
Heading the list of Ukrain– ski, secretary-treasurer, and Phone: 885-2360 2nd ANNUAL C ^ N v E N M 0 N l l l
ian fraternalists pa"rticipat– Mr. Lesawyer, liaison and
ing in the ceremony was j Fraternal Week chairman. " Hxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxxixxxxxn
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Archbishop Mark Hundiak of; Fraternal Week traditionab AUXILIARY
Rent (Ret'd). - „ „ . „ „ . „ „ . - „ , . 2.345.42
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Church in the USA. Also wit– , „ „ . „ Ukrainian
9 J u n e 20 Щ 22.1975 І
Scholarships - - - . . . – - - - - - - - 375.00 м
Taxes — Held in Escrow Paid - „ – -
Donation-from Emergency Fund , „ .-
nessing the signing were very j o f F l a S 0 а У . a ^ t e aaso– Studies
: Sheraton M o t o r i n n
Rev. Bohdan Zelechivsky, 1 ciated with fraternal benefit -i
Youth - Sport Activities . „ – - - – , .
Rev, viadimir Lewitzkv, Jo– 1 qr^lpfies. Harvard
И Route 59
Loss on Real Estate Sold „ , . „ . „ „ „ 3,17730
! Connecticut Ukrainians Slate Summer School H
NANUET, SPRJNG YALLEY, N.Y. ї-ьл.фт і
Total:" 22,205.08 u PROGRAM ЇЩІ
Annual Picnic J a n e M - August 22
H Friday, June 20
INVESTMENT: NEW CANAAN, Conn. - day. The co-chairwomen are И 1 :OO РЛІ. - Registration all day
Stocks Purchased - - , „ „ „ - . „ - - - - 1.493.33 The 10th annual Ukrainian Mary Marcinka and Mary The following courses in Ukrainian Studies will be offered N 8:00 P.M. —Committee Meetings
Mortgages Granted - - - - - - - - - 108.000.00 Day picnic, sponsored by the Hlywa. during the 1976 Summer School session at Harvard K 0:00 P.M. - Welcome Reception
Certificate Loans issued - - - ; ; , . , . . ^ 8.88P.77 j Connecticut State Ukrainian An orchestra is slated to И Saturday, June 21 і
Loan to UN.U.R.C „ . „ „ . - „ , „ . 5.000.00 і Day Committee, will be held provide music for dancing
8:00 A.M. - Reveille
Purchaau of EDP Equipment „ „ „ . - - 128.00 MODERN UKRAB4iAN rlSTORY и
- 9:00 AM. - Committee Meetings
Real Estate . „ – - - - . . . - . - . – 4.088.0Я ; here at the Franciscan Mona– later in the day. Prof. Jaroslaw Pclcnski и
10:00 A.M. - Opening Ceremony with Auxiliary
i stery, Ponus Ridge Road. Bishop Joseph M. Schmon– - Ю?ІЛ A.M. - Convention Session
Total :J ^197.599.18 j Sunday. June 22. CONFERENCE COURSE: THE UKRAQN1AN SSR 4
T O T A L Disbursements of April, 1975:"" "598Л05.60
diuk of Stamford is expected
According to Michael R to celebrate the Divine Li–
Prof, larostew Pelenski И
12:00 Noon - Luncheon
1 :OO PJM. - Committee Meetings Ф4? жі
ELESttENTARY UKRA!NlAN 4 1:00 P.M. - Ladies' Auxiliary l"t?Jfe.
Rudy, general.chairman, and turgy at 11 :OO a.m., which of– N Cultural Program until 4:00 РЛЛ.
Donald K. Horbaty. picnic ficially starts the day's feeti– Miss vera M. Pereshluha N
(1:45 P.M. — Convention Sessions
BALANCE! І chairman, the festival will vities. A local choir will sing ADVANCED UKRAINIAN 6:30 P.M. - Retreat
ASSETS: ІЛАВШТІВВ: І feature various displays of the responses. Mr. George G. Grabowicz и
Saturday, June 21 — American Legion Halt
j Ukrainian art, ceramics, han– The Ukrainian Day Com– UKRAJKiAN LTTERATURE PavUllon Rood off Route 303, Sulfern, Х.У. . Щі
Cash S 541.558. Л Funds: ; dicrafts and a cultural exhi– mittee is composed of n-pre– - 7:00 P.M. - GRAND BANQUET ft BALL 11
Bonds 24.554,839.M Mr. George G. Grabowicz N
7:30 P.M. - installation of Newly-Elected Officers.' 'ха і
Stocks 516.166.16 Life insurance І 39.161,715.69 ' bit, arranged by Mrs. Olga sentatives of the 10 parishes Most colleges and universities permit their degree cm– - x
0:00 РЛІ. - DANCE 11
Mortgagee 4,711.054 Л0 j Paproski. in the Ukrainian Catholic dldatee to apply credits obtained at Harvard Summer "Public invited To Attend" - . ^
Certificate Loans 524.177.00 Fraternal 197,132.78
The concert portion of the і Diocese of Stamford. School toward the degree for which they are working. м
x Sunday, June 22
Real Eetate 677.803.38 Orphans' 167.432.12 day will include, performances An added attraction during A limited number of scholarships are available to the x
Printing Plant and Ukrainian Studies program at Harvard. 11 :ЗО A.M. - First Meeting of Nationel Board
EDP Equipment 107,344.11 Old Age Home 188.124.52 by area Ukrainian choral and Ukrainian Day will be the - ІЗ:ЗО'РЛІ. - Farewell Reception ^ л
For application forms and further information write to: и
Ukrainian Hall, 16 Twin Ave„ Spring valley, N.Y. SJE
Loan to UNURC 8.122.270.70 Emergency 41.108.99 dance ensembles. Roman Hez– ; third annual youth volleyball ET
8ГЖИНВ PROGRAM J N UKBAfNXAN STUDXES x
For reservations: "" f
TOTAL. $ .n.7.v...-ii 1.10 TOTAL: 9 S9.765.514.10 zey is chairman of the con– j tournament. Harvard Ukrainian Research tnstttufe WiUiaro Harrison, Chairman (914) 223-3228
cert program. 1581-83 Mamaohunette Ave., Cambridge, Мале. 02188 Michael Wengryn, (201) 472-9237 "^C
Traditional Ukrainian dish– Tickets can be purchased HARVARD su3on3t SCHOOL 1975 - Harry Polehe, (912) 446-8048
ULANA D1ACHUK, cs, as well as picnic food", will- і from Helen Rudy, ticket j 736 Holyoke Center
be available throughout the chair-lady. 1350 MaaaBChueettv Avenue, Cambridge, Maes. 03188 1 m щ mm wicii i Ш ick ААяяАААААИ