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SVOBODA, THE UKRAINIAN Wl <Y, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1973. ЦЕНТІВ 25 CENTS No. 157. VOL. LXXX-
Switucha Named RELEASE NAMES OF ARRESTED 1.500 TAKE PART IN UNA FESTIVAL HONORING SVOBCDA "80TH"
First Secretary of Canadian PROFESSORS, STUDENTS Ш BARNESVILLE. Pa. — A added his personal feliciations
throng of some 1,500 UNA'- to Svoboda and the UNA as
Embassy in Japan names ofYORK, N.Y. — The tence with M. Osadchy and V
the seven professors Chornovil; ers, representing a cross-sec he presented the framed pro
OTTAWA, Ont. of the Lviv State University tion of four generations of clamation to UNA Supreme
Mykola і Lubomyra Popadruk, Ukrainians, paid tribute to President Joseph Leaawyer in
Switucha, an engineer by who were dismissed last May man language inatru
and of the eleven students She was dismissed from the Ukrainian daily Svoboda the course of the afternoon
profession and a Ukrainian on_jte jtij^ticth anniversary concert.
community activist, was ap who were arr-.-sted and expel teaching position under
led from that institution, were pretext of also kno in the course of a Soyuz spon* The mood of tribute and
pointed by the Canadian go- sored Festival hero Saturday pleasant recollections mingled
vomment as First Secretary released hire by the Ukra Osadchy and Chornovil;
inian Supreme Liberation and Sunday, August 18-19 with a sense of pride in the
in charge of metals, minerals, Teoktyst Pachovsky, bo .vhich was highlighted by t Ukrainian heritage during
and energy of the Canadian Council (Abroad)/
1907. Holds a doctorate
Embassy in Tokyo, Japan. As reported in the Satur philology, and is a literary lavish and splendidly execut-ч th і weekend's festivities
According to an official day. August 18, issue of The export who publish -d man .* concert program of UUrainiai which commenced with a
Ukrainian Weakly, both the books on Ukrainian music, songs and dances. dance Saturday night and
communique released here, and Several busloads and nun •limaxed with the concert late
Mr. Switucha will be respon professors and the students, Polish literature; he worked
sible tut the further develop who were subsequently relea at the university since the dreds of cars, with licens Sunday afternoon.
sed, were expelled from the completion of his studies uj plates of every state along tht As the huge hall was be A segm nt of the some 1,300 UNA'er* at the f^tlval listen
ment of technical, economic ing to th • all-girl choir from the Ukrainian Catholic parish
and- trade agreements be university for allegedly dis 1933; he was fired under tb# along the eastern seaboarc ginning to fill Sunday noon
seminating anti-Soviet lite and some from as far west by local and out-of-town fe In McAdoo. Pa., under the direction of Julie Me.renda.
tween Canada and Japan.
His designated territory will rature and for protesting pretext that his father was 4 as Michigan and Ohio, crowd stival goers, Auxiliary Bishop
.against RtiBsification. priest; ed through the gates of Basil H. Lostcu of the Ukra
include not only Japan but Harm a Lastovetska, bora Barnesyille's Lakewood Pari inian Catholic Archeparchy
also, the Philippinea, Hong Among the professors fired
Kong, Korea and Taiwan. by the University authorities 1923. She holds a doctoraU early Saturday night ant in Philadelphia was escorted
are: in philology, and since 1954 Sunday morning, bringini by the assisting area clergy
Among the duties at his
new position, Mr. Switucha is
Mykola Switucha. Iryna Huzar, born 1905. was an instructor in Polish officers, members and friend to a small altar atop the stage
She holds a doctorate in phi language; of the UNA for the two-da; for the celebration of a Mole-
to "analyze long term demand Mr. Switucha left for Japar lology, author of textbooks Khudaah, psychology lectu- program of festivities. ben of Thanksgiving.
andmaterial procuremeut stra August 20th and wil assume in the German language and rer. It was here, in the pictures Assisting Bishop Losten in
tegiee for mineral and energy the post as of September 1st. was also a German language The eleven students whe que and rolling hills of Penn he services, celebrated in the
resources," the communique
stated. He- also will report on Mr. Switucha has been ac instructor at Lviv State U- were expelled from the uni eylvania's anthracite coal re jr.sence of the Ukrainian
tive in Ukrainian community niversity since 1940; versity in connection with th gion that the Ukrainian Na Orthodox clergy, were: Msgr.
the structure and status of
affairs for many years. He Yosyp Kobiv, born 1910. appearance of the samvydav tional Association was found Joseph Batza, St. Michael's
гЦІ and mineral industry is the former head of the na Holds a doctorate in philo publication "Postup" (Pro* c-d nearly 80 years ago by Church Frackville, Pa.; Very
his territory and the go- tional Plast command in Ca logy, former director of the gress) and for protesting thi the early pioneer-hnmigrantE Rev. George Dubitzky, Holy
jetrts* legislation con nada. Latin language chair, editor cancellation of the Shevchen- toiling in the coal mines. It Transfiguration, Shamokin,
cerning them. In general, was Svoboda's founder and Dean of the Shamokin Dea
any mineral, metal or energy Mr. Switucha is also for of the nonperiodical collection ko anniversary commemora first editor, FT. Gregory nery; Very Rev. Basil Ste-
"Problems of classical philo tion are: Vasyl Hanuschak,
development which can poten mer president of UNA Branch logy," and the author of nu Volodymyr ' Udovychenko, Hrushka, who championed the belsky, S t Michael's, Miners-
tially affect Canadian mine- 492 in Ottawa, of which he merous other works; he was Bohdan Rokytsky, Halyna cause of the UNA in the ini ville, who also delivered an State Senator Fred Hobbs (second left) presents UNA Presi
trade ia to be reported by and his family are still mem fired from his position under Yaremych, Valya Korniychuk, tial issues of the newspaper appropriate sermon; Rev. Ni dent J. Lesawyer (third left) with the Semite resolution
designating Sunday, August 19, as UNA Day. Others In the
. Switucha to Ottawa,; bers. the pretext that during the and Volodymyr Yavorsky, all which began appearing on cholas Fiaanlck, Holy Trans photo are, left to right, Michael Kit .sock, former candidate
Mr. Switucha will also act Nazi occupation of Ukraine from the Ukrainian philology September 15,1893. Upon Fr. figuration, Nanticoke; Rev. for UJS. Congress; Sen. Paul Yuzyk; and Svoboda Editor-in-
as the Canadian representa he headed a chess club in department, and Leonid Filo- Hrueka's appeals and urgings, Theodore Danusiar, St. Mi Chief Anthony Dragan.
tive to>' international confe chael's Shenandoah; and Rev.
Lviv; nov, Ivan Svamyk, Volody the UNA came into being on Thomas Korpics, St. Nicholas,
rences and will serve as tech- UN DEPUTY SECRETARY- Oleksander Huts, physics myr Kozovyk, Marian Dol- February 22, 1894, with the
chnical advisor to the Cana GENEBAL VISITS KIEV instructor at the university. nevsky, and Ihor Petryna. constituent assembly held that Mahanoy City. Other Ukra
dian Missions in his territory. inian Catholic clergy attend
He was fired from his job be students of history and jour day in Shamokiu, Pa., some ing'the service and festival
KIEV, Ukraine. — V. Le- cause of his alleged acquain- nalism. 80 miles west from the site
New Post ynndovaky^ deputy., aeccetary- ^M
5 4 last week's Festival. were Rev. John Cherwinsky,
generai of the United Nations, The contributions of the St. Mary's, Ceritralia; and
Until now, Canada main visited Kiev on the invitation KGB PRESSURES DZYUBA, UNA as a whole, its official Rev. Stephen Shymansky, S t
tained similar positions only of the minister of foreign organ Svoboda, now the ol Michael's, Hazleton.
in Washington and London. affaire of the Soviet Union, SVITLYCHNY TO RETRACT dest Ukrainian newspaper in The main celebrant of the
Since Japanese heavy indu according to RATAU sources TORONTO, Ont. — The Following their recent ar the world, as well as those of Orthodox Moleben, who also
stry relies on foreign metal dated July 18th. Soviet Secret Police (KGB) rest and trial the two writers Pennsylvania's Soyuz mem delivered a sermon fitting the
and literary critics, were de bers were appropriately ac occasion was the Very Rev.
ores, Canada annually exports During his stay In Ukraine, is pressuring two Ukrainian
to Jape» over $600,000,000 in Levandovsky met with H.H. dissident intellectuals, Ivan tained in a prison in Kiev. knowledged by the state's Se Andrew Dvorakiwsky, pastor
metals and minerals. To con Shevel, foreign minister of Svitlychny and Ivan Dzyuba, According to the informa nate, whose member, the Hon. of the Assumption of the
tinue this mutually beneficial to retract their views on the tion, which was received at Fred Hobbs, read a special re Blessed Virgin Mary Church
trade relation, Canada crea the Ukrainian SSR. Their statue of human rights in the the time the fifth issue of the solution, adopted earlier by in Northampton, Pa. Conce-
ted this hew position at its talka centered on the activi- USRR, according to the "Bul "Bulletin" was being prepared the body on his proposal, de lebrating with the Very Rev. 'Prometheus male chorus from Philadelphia, Pa,, under the
embassy ih Tokyo. A similar tes of the UN, and the next letin" of the Committee in for printing, both Svitlychny signating August 19, 1973, as Dvorakiwky, were Rev. Nestor direction of Michael Dlaboha.
post was' also opened in Syd session of the General As Defense of Soviet Political and Dzyuba were ordered to "UNA Day" here. Kowal, St Michael's, Scran-
ney, Australia, sembly. Prisoners based here. publically recant their views. Sen. Hobbs. who was intro ton, and Rev. Omelan Mycyk, Remains of Anna Slobodian
^ - Svitlychny was told to write duced by former candidate for Jr., S t George's, Minersville.
or sign an open letter of con U.S. Congress Michael Kitsok, (Continued on p. 4)
Laid to Rest
DEMKIW IS SECOND RUNNER-UP fession and condemnation of
his and similar "crimes."
ELIZABETH. N.J. — The Married to Roman Slobo
remains of Anna Slobodian, dian for 57 years, she was
Ш MISS TEENAGE AMERICA CONTEST Dzyuba is being forced to Mary Lesawyer Stars who died of a heart ailment often found at the side of her
VICKY ZAKALUK ALSO TAKES PART IN CONTEST -.rdGfiSWKC- write a retraction of his book Thursday, August 16, were husband attending numerous
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Lucy
"Internationalism or Russifi- in SoyuzlvHa Concert
cation?" When written, this ANNA CHORNODOLSKA, SOYUZIVKA
Tonight laid to rest at the Evergreen UNA and civic functions.
Cemetery here Monday, Surviving are her husband,
Demkiw*, daughter of Kathe-. book would be made widely ENSEMBLE SCHEDULED FOB August 20, after funeral ser Roman, daughter. Mrs. Helen
ryn and Gregory Demkiw of availaible to the general pub- vices attended by h^r berea Sydorowych, sons, Daniel and
В r о о )tt у n, N. Y., was lie both in the Soviet Union LABOR DAY WEEKEND ved husband, children, grand Gregory, and five grandchild
chosen second runner-up and throughout the free . KERHONKSON, N.Y. — children. UNA supreme offi ren.
in. ;'• th^" Miss T e e n a g e world- Mary Lesawyer. one of the cers and numerous friends. Funeral sTvicee were held
America Contest held Last yeac, this method of most popular operatic singers Mrs. Slobodian, wife of for Monday. Auerust 20, from St.
here at the New York Hilton forcing recantatione from on the Ukrainian seme, who mer long-time UNA Supreme Vladimir's Ukrainian Catholic
ant}-.-tbc^ Metromedia Tele- Soviet dissidents succeeded in has delight -d thousands of Treasurer Roman Slobodian. j Church here to the Evergreen
visi6n Studios from August the case of Zynovia Franko, Soyuxivka goers with her ren was 74 years old. Cemetery. Among scores of
13 to 17. The pageant, which linguist, and Mykola Khotod- ditions of classical and po Born in Northampton, Pa., j UNA'era and friends attend-
was'tap£U on Friday, August ny, poet. Both Wrote open" pular Ukrainian songs since in the family of early Ukra- і ing the last rites wer^: UNA
17, until-tfeb early morning letters of confession to the -4the inception of the Saturday inian immigrants. Mrs. Slobo-, Pr"S:dent Jrjsej h Lesawyer,
hours, will be aired in the press, condemning their own' night concerts, is the featured dian was active hi th? Ukra- і Vicc-Presid -nt and Recording
New York metropolitan area "wrong-doings" and those Of performer in tonight's pro inian community life since Я *cretary Walter Sochan,
on SatuMky September 8, at others. gram at the UNA estate here early adulthood. While in Treasurer Ulana Diaehuk, for
7 p.rri. oyer WNEW-TV Mrs. Lesawyer. who has ap Northampton, she sang in the I vears an assistant of Mr.
(Channel- $ . Also published in this is local Church choir and was a j Slobndian's in the UNA Fi-
peared in every major center
sue of the "Bulletin" is an ap^ of Ukrainian life on this con meraber of the parish's or nancial Department. Svoboda
Along» w#h the title of se- ganizations.
cond ruhrier-up. Miss Demkiw peal for the immediate release tinent as well as in Europe Editor-in-Chief Anthony Dra
3f Dzyuba and Vyacheslav and South America, will ren In Philadelphia and later in gan, all clos'* associates of Mr.
also received a trophy, anc Elizabeth, she was active in Slobodian during his term as
luggage .and barbeque sets Chornovil by the newly form der several arias, compo Mary Lesawyer
UNA life and in the respective UNA Treasurer.
At a previously held contest ed Canadian organization, sitions and songs to the piano young ballet student from Ir- branches of the Ukrainian
Monday; August 13, at the accompaniment of Mrs. Daria vington, N.J. Miss Lazirko. Th» body was Interred at a
Committee to ' defend Ivan Karanowycz. National Women's League of family plot near the gravesite
McAlpik Hotel, ehe was alsc who starred in Roma Pryma- America. She was one of the
Dzyuba and Vyacheslav Chor Also appearing on tonight's Bohachevsky's rce?nt produc
chosen' Miss New York City charter membersof a UNWLA of the late Dr. Luke Myshuha,
Teenager. novil. bill will be Natalka Lazirko, a tion of "Peer Gynt,," as well
. branch in Elizabeth and re former editor-in--hief of Svo-
Janet Reeves, 16, of Colum- as in the previous production mained active in it until here ! boda and a friend of the fa-
bus, GSM wt>n the title of Miss
Teenage America and, along
Ukrainian institute ot America of the "Magic Flower," will be
making her second appearan
recent illness. • mily.
with W, $20,000 worth ir Plans Anniversary Observances ce on the stage of Soyuzivka's
prices. NEW YORK. N.Y. — The ternat-s to the Second World Veselka auditorium this sum
Step&n Sprynsky lM«*s
Among the 46 participantr Board of Directors of the U- Congress of Free Ukrainians mer. PHILADELPHIA. Pa. — and served in that capacity
in the pageant was Vicky krainian Institute of America to be held in Toronto in No- As usual, the enrtratain As we won- rr-ady to go t until his death. He was also
Zakaluk, lfc, who earlier ir met here Wednesday, August vember of this year, and a m*nt program will be followed press with this issue, newr •ireeident of the "Self-Re-
the week was chosen Misf 22, and discussed plans for donation to the world body. by a dance, with Soyuzivka's reached us that Stepar .anco" Association and se
New Ybyfr State Teenager rwo Ukrainian girls at the Miss Teenage America Pageant, the upcoming 25th anniver Among other items dis own band, under the direction Sprynsky, Suoreme Secretar; cretary of the Ukrainian
Miss Zakaluk, who hi the !eft to right, Vicky Zakaluk, Між» New York State Teenager, sary celebration of the In cussed during the meeting of Walter Dobuschak provid of the Providence Association Congress Committee of Ame
daugther of Jean and John and Lucy Demkiw, second runner-up In the pageant and Miss stitute. ing the music. Singing with of Ukrainian Catholics for rica.
was the acceptance of 16 ap 20 years, died here Wednes
Zakaluk of 8eaford, N.Y., iF New York City Teenager. John O. File, New York at plicants for. membership and the band are Oksana Borbycz Surviving are his wife,
torney and chairman of the and Peter Galadza. day night, August 22. after a Theodora, daughter Mrs. My-
a mueicaly inclined girl. She participation in the centennial prolonged illness. He was 61
sings, dances, plays the plane Manhattan, to see the Broad- Catholic Church there, is in Jubilee committee, reported' observances of the Shevchen- In the series of Sim day roslawa Bowling, and two
afternoon exhibits, it will be years old.
and. violin, and would like tc .vay production "Seesaw," and terested in painting, piano, that an exhibit of member grandchildren. Funeral ser
Slava Gerulak's turn to dis Mr. Sprynsky, who come to
be a BlrtgW-entertainer when ittend numerous functions in accordion, tennis and cooking. artists will he included in the ko Scientific Society. vices are scheduled for Mon
she grows up. Ihe city. In college she would like to observances. The celebration Chairing the meeting in play her artistic works. the United States in 1949 and
day, August 27, from the Im
Miss Demkiw, a senior at major in veterinary science. date was set for December 1, place of the ША president Sunday night popular au was one of the leading figures
While in New York, the in the Ukrainian community, maculate Conception Cathed-:
girls, all accompanied by f .'anarise High School in Lucy, who is 17, and her 1973. William Dzus. who was absent thor and humorist Mykola
was elected to the post o* ral here to Fox Chase Ce
chaperon). Wad the opportune Brooklyn and a parishoner of parents are members of UNA The Board also approved a because of Illness, was Ostap Ponedilok will ISunch the re-
list- of delegates and al- Balaban, vice-president (Continued on p. 4) Providence's Secretary in 1953 metery.
ty to go on a cruise arounu Ле Holy Ghost Ukrainian Branch 158.
SVOBODA, THE UKRAINIAN WEEKLY. SATURDAY. AUGUST 25, 1973. ' No. 167.
ARE AMERICANS REALLY ^DIFFERENT ACTION Volunteers Ask
СІ ОБОМ & SVOBODA TO UKRAINIAN LIBERATION? Response to Questionnaires
(Some thoughts on the reaction to the "Open Letter to the American People," which appea JERSEY CITY, N.J. - canvassed Passaic, Newark,
, published daily except Sunday*. Monday» red in the June 17, 1973 Issue of The New York Tiroes.) George Putykewycz and Ro Jersey City, and Bayonne.
* holidays (Saturday k. Monday issue combined) by the Ukrain man Bakalec, two АСПОІч Basic information as to who
ian Rational Aat'n, Inc. at 81-88 Orand St, Jersey City, NJ. 07303 It has been an accepted be Following" the appearance accept, our donation of $100 the N.Y. Times of June 17. might be interviewed was
lief among Ukrainians in the in The New York Times for the continued efforts to 1 am an American of Irish summer volunteer-student
working in the Ukrainiai acquired from t h e area U-
Subscription Rates for the UKRAINIAN WSBSCLT І І М р « г у м т United State» that the ave (JUne 17, 1073) of the "Open further the Ukrainian cause descent, but during the last krainian Catholic and Ortho
OJVJa. Members , 82.60 fer year rage American is, if not hoe- Letter to the American with which we are very sym- eight years of his life Metro community here on behalf oi
the UNA, have prepared anc dox parishes, and UNA
tile, then completely indif People," signed by 66 Ukra ' pathetic. We would like to be politan John Theodorovich Branch secretaries. Advice
UKRAINIAN WEEKLY Editor: 2ENON SNYLYK ferent to the problem of the inian and American profes put on your mailing list. If was one of my closest sent out some 400 question
naires dealing with povert; and aid was also given by
P.O. Box 348. Jersey City, NJ. 07888 liberation of the Ukrainiai sors from various universities you have a list of publica friends..." the Federal Housing Autho
people from Soviet Russian do and colleges, which was spon tions, we would like to sub Mr. Robert M. Nowicki. within the Ukrainian commu
EDITORIALS nity in northern New Jersey rity.
mination and the establish sored by the UCCA, the scribe to them..." Phoenix, Ariz.: "Please send Thus far, George and Ro
ment of a free and indepen UCCA central office received Mrs. Adelle Demko, New further information. Although The questionnaires were sen
man have compiled a list of
Heinous Dismissals dent Ukraine. over 100 letters, telephone York, N.Y. (telephone); a
Canadian-born who Is passing
I am not a professor, I would
like to help in some way. I am
out to a randomly selectee
group of people derived fron 40 families who could be con
This state of affairs has cafls and personal visits from sidered for federal aid. A ma
The "University of Lviv, for years a veritable citadel of continued, it is contended for people of various яосіаі stra •her bar examination in the particularly interested in the UNA membership files
Ukrainian scholarship, has seen many a difficult day in jor problem that the two have
many years, despite the fact ta—students, professors, tea etate here. She wants to know Ivan Svitiychny whose work encountered is that many U-
chers, housewives, business more about Ukraine and I admire greatly..." The questions are as fol
its history, notably during the Polish occupation of that the Ukrainian settlement
lows: krainians, who are imbued
western Ukraine when both professors and students bad in the United States is almoet men and professionals. As wants to be involved in U- Mr. Martin T. Kinsey, New with a strong sense of hard
90 years old, that there exist far as the ethnic background krainian affairs. Is there a poverty com
to take to the streets and literally battle against the Haven, Conn.: "...I am a gra munity amongst the Ukra work and self-sufficiency, are
Ukrainian churches, Ukrain of these people is concernedr Mrs, Nina JRobbins, New duate student in Soviet and too proud to accept aid, even
authorities to preserve the Ukrainian character of t h e ian political and cultural or about 17 percent of them are York, N.Y. (telephone); born inians in the metropolitaj
East European studies at area (northern New Jersey)' though they qualify for it.
institution. These battles, often bloody, are stiil fresh in ganizations, Ukrainian press of Ukrainian descent, mostly in the U.S. of Ukrainian an Yale University. This past Are there any local Ukra George and Roman also
the memory of many of its graduates. organs, and that in the past women, who having married cestry. Was shocked at what academic year I did a research found that many Ukrainians
there were such national or non-Ukrainians, are now ea she read in the Letter. Wants •nian civic organizations tha
Now another dark page has been added to its project on aspects of the civil who have professional de
ganizations as the "Obyedyan- ger to "rediscover" their to instruct her children about rights movement in the So aid the poor and needy?
history. Except t h a t this is no longer happening under What is the greatest prob crees from European uni
nia of Ukrainian Organiza own hei itage. The overwhelm Ukraine and wants more in viet Union. I rapidly learnec versities are still not being
Austrian or Polish domination, but in an allegendly tions," the "Federation of ing majority of these persons formation. Promised financial that my ignorance of Ukra lem that exists in the Ukra
inian community? accepted into their fields by
"free" Ukrainian, republic. Ukrainians in America," the not only requested more in 'support from her family and inian' was a hindrance... 1 their American peers and are
The dismissal of seven professors and more t h a n "Ukrainian National Com formation on the present parents. would like to receive the book Do the local Ukrainiai
civic organizations and thei forced to work in factories
two dozen students on the demand of a s many a s two mittee," and so forth. plight of the Ukrainian Mr. Dave Goldman, New let, Ukrainian Intellectuals ir or other menial postions.
We also have .three gene people, but offered moral York, N.Y. (telephone); Shackles: Violation of Hu resources aid in solving th-
special investigating commissions, one from Kiev the and material support; many problems in your community "The general idea of 'vo
rations of American-born ci Jewish American journalist, man Rights in Ukraine, which luntarism,' ACTION'S plan to
other from Moscow, is a heineous act t h a t reflects the tizens of Ukrainian descent of them asked what we would congratulated UCCA for ex has been described by Am The two students ask tha
tragic state of affairs in Ukraine today. like them to do for the Ukra .ill those people who receiv have ethnics work among
who became integrated ir posing the USSR and present nesty International in its pub their own people, is being ac
Renamed the Ivan Franko State University of Lviv every stratum of Americar inians. ing facts on Ukrainian per lications... Many thanks fo; luestionnaires fill them ou
ind send them back to th< cepted by youths and stu
since the onset of Russo-Communist occupation, the society and the economy, at Among these responses secutions. Asked why the any and all assistance, infor dents," says George. "For
well as those who work ir were only two negative and Jews do not want to coope mation and materials thai JNA office as soon as pos
school can hardly be said to be living up to the ideas зіЬІе. Those who wish t< axample, in Passaic the U-
the federal, state and muni hostile ones, who accused U- rate with Ukrainians against you might provide..." krainian Youth League has
and teachings of its great patron. F r a n k o would turn cipal governments—and wht krainians indiscriminately of the USSR. iubmit voluntary.informatioi
Mr. B. Kostek, Green Brook agreed to go out into the field
over in his grave if he could see w h a t is happening a t all helped America to beconu anti-Semitism. One of them U.S. Army Security Agen N.J.: "...I am a second ge on the economic status ol
what it is today. even suggested that the cy Training Center and 'Jkrainians in their comrnunitj and do community work."
the University which bears his name and in Ukraine as neration Ukrainian, and I are also asked to send it be On September 10, George
a whole. Moreover, we also know UCCA "offer a public apology School, Fort Devens, Mass. have become horrified with and Roman will submit their
to Brezhnev and President (telephone); requested all the UNA offices.
The alleged "crimes" of the students, mostly majors that the U.S. Government and the content (of the Letter)... The ACTION volunteers propositions to the UNA Exe
all its executive departments Nixon for your gross and em English-language publications If there is any other informa cutive Committee and even
in Ukrainian philology, history and journalism, are said barrassing behavior." on Ukraine, particulariy those have been engaged in theii
are well acquainted and infor tion you have I would be work since the beginning of tually to ACTION'S headquar
to have been their protests against Russification and med about the Ukrainian Two U.S. Congressmen, the dealing with the present dis very appreciative...'' July, and since then havt ters in Washington, D.C.
their demands for free access to source material. This problem, as is the American Hon. Edward Koch of New sident movement in Ukraine. Mr. Terry Dragovan, Steel-
was also the t h r u s t of the magazine "Postup" which the press, especially the great York and the Hon. D a n i e l Mrs. J. Zaharchuk, Phoe ton, Pa.: "Please send me
students disseminated a t the University. American dailies in New
York, Washington, Chicago,
J. Flood of Pennsylvania,
introduced the text of
nix, Arizona: requested more
information about what, is
more information on how 1
can help the Ukrainian in
Ми First Visit ,
It is an accepted norm in the West t h a t scholars, in
their quest for truth, must be free of any political
and elsewhere. the Times letter into the
Congressional Record. In ad
going on presently in Ukra
tellectuals..." To Greenwich Viliage
On the other hand, how R.A. Johnson, Raleigh, N. By Roman Ly&niak
restraints, not to speak of source material which is ever, we must not forget that dition, the contents of the let Mr. Robert P. Lavener, Ri C : "Please send me some in This story dates back to "Ah, no! Better Cleopatra
essential t o t h a t quest. To the Soviet authorities, how the Ukrainians, as emigrants ter were reported in some ver Vale, N J . : his parents formation about your groUp the "good old days" — the with Mustafa. They suit each
ever, t h i s apparently is a crime. In Lviv, they n o t only of a stateless nation, from European press organs, and were born in Ukraine, and and its activities..." early 1950's. After I had set other perfectly."
the very beginning of thaii four research and study cen therefore he is very much in Mr. T.M.G., Honolulu, Ha tled down in New York City, "I have to agree with you
dismissed the students in violation of their constitu ters—in Spain, Belgium, Den terested in what is going on
tional rights, but fired seven of their mentors, в о т е settlement in America; hat5 waii: "I recently returned I decided to fulfill one of my on thht pair. Bnt Mustafa has
three powerful Europear. mark and Norway—requested in Ukraine. Requested a ca from my fust peraonal trip artistic dreams—to vieit the an briental, unpredictable
with outstanding records of scholarly accomplishment. emigrations against them: all available literature on U- talog of books on Ukraine in to Ukraine. I was most di^ world famous Greenwich Vil character. May I suggest Co-
For them, as for the students, the only road open in the Jewish, the Russian ant kraine in English. English. stressed at what I found, and lage, for decades a mecca of lumbns in his place?"
Soviet society is sundry menial jobs. And even then they the Polish, which did every Mr. Gus Posher, Prove therefore I am Interested in Pegasian elements. "Columbus and Cleopatra?
thing—and some of them arc Voices of Americans Utah: "...I would never have your organization. I received My ignorance in those days Sounds like a cowboy and a
will be "marked", ostracized, castigated and persecuted. believed that such atrocity
still doing it—to prevent the your June 17 advertisement, led me to rely solely on the Park Avenue lady."
But as Moroz said, "There w i l l ^ e a trial. So we shall Here are some sample leV could exist today... I will apwhich appeared in The New
Ukrainian problem from being information obtained from a "Perhaps, then, Romeo and
fight" brought to the forum of A- ters or digests of telephone preciate your service if you York Times, and I would like tourist guide and thus, natu Juliet?" - - *
merican or world public opin conversations: will send me literature on to be kept informed about the rally, my first visit to the "It would be far more
"Sesame Street» Imperialistic? ion; or they misrepresented Mr. and Mrs. Emil Prosen, these efforts to destory the activities of my fellow Ukra Village, as it is affectionately agreeable to have a pair with
Hardly anyone in the U.S. would feel t h a t "Sesame the Ukrainian problem in the Bala-Cynwyd, Pa.: "Having culture of Ukraine..." inians in the United States called by the Bohemians, the background of historical
darkest and most negative read your 'Open Letter to the Mr. John J. Gallacher, Ba concerning the status of'U- meant to encounter a few importance."
Street," the highly acclaimed educational television American People,' in The New la-Cynwyd, Pa.: ''Please send
colors. kraine in the Soviet Union..." shocking suprisee. "Good. Then Caesar will
program, is "imperialistic" in nature. Yet t h a t is what York Times... we wish to com me more information on the Mr. John Peck, Princeton
Moreover, the aspirations Sometimes, it has often substitute for Romeo,"
t h e Soviet regime says about the program watched by of the Ukrainian people to mend you for your most infor Ukrainian people and their University, Princeton, N J . : been said, it's true that the "Well, not a bad match, but
millions of tots in the United States and probably just freedom and independence mative effort in reaching the plight. I have written to Pre "Pease send further infor first experience is also the Juliet is much too romantic
as many in other western countries. during World War I and American public and telling sident Nixon in their behalf mation about your work, and most memorable one. Mine for Caesar. We should pair
World War II were always them the sad truth. Please. after reading the article in the measures you propose for was. Hannibal and Xanthippe."
In an editorial article in the newspaper "Sovietskaia
directed primarily against relief of Ukrainian writers I sat in a luxurious re "Excellent If we could only
Kultura," the program was cited a s a "clear example and intellectuals..."
Tarist and Communist Rus staurant, which catered get them to be used to each
of veiled neocolonialism in cultures." Specifically, the
paper finds the ideas of private enterprise, property
sia, and against reborn Po
land, which were and still are
Optica Mr. V. V. Sveics, Jersey
City, N J . : "Please send me
mostly to tourist clientele. other. When should I bring
On my left, at the nearest
ownership and the importance of money, allegedly fun- "historical allies" of America. By Vasyl Symonenko some pamphlets on your or table, a woman and a man "Tomorrow."
neled through the program, as objectionable and ob This we should never forget. ganization..." were engaged in a very lively The man and the woman
The ugliest eyes arc hollow, Mr. M.R. Saap, New York, and rather loud conversation. finished the meal, got up and
viously inconsistent with Soviet ideology. N.Y.: "Please send me more
Breaking Wall of Ignoranc? Silent threats самеє the fcaraomest fear. Their neat appearance didn't left.
As absurd as the denunciation of the program as The icorai kind of monarch is shallow, information regarding the full suggest that they belong to I oklled the head-waiter.
"imperialistic" is, reflecting Moscow's pathological fear To prove that American Most base is the fraudulent tear. page writeup in the New the Bohemian set. "Tell me, those two who
of western ideas, it has broader ramifications in the public opinion, that is th° York Sunday Times of June The man asked the woman, just left — are they all
light of the Kremlin's vigorous opposition to free broad American people, are not ad Most pretty'» a mother when joyful and buoyant, 17, 1973. I am vitally inte "What do you make out of right?" I asked, pointing to
versely disposed toward the Sweetest are lips that you love. rested..." Lucrezia Borgia.?" my head.
casting via satellites. It was a t the last session of the
problem of Ukrainiain libe Host clean is a soul that is loyal, Miss Carol Coleman, New "Not much. I prefer Donna "But of course they are all
UN General Assembly t h a t USSR's Foreign Minister ration, but, on the contrary, Most complex is a simpleton. London, Conn.: "The article Clara," responded the woman. right What a shocking ques
Gromyko submitted the draft of an international con have expressed great under in The New York Times of "But most of them are tion, sir!"
vention barring free broadcasting via satellites. Coupled standing and sympathy, as But don't mix the truth with Ues, June 17, 1973, was fantastic. curly." "Do you know them?"
with Moscow's virulent attacks against Radio Liberty, well as moral and material And not thinking, don't lie and don't boast. I would appreciate any further "Even with curls she looks "I must say so. Certainly,
Radio Free Europe and the Voice of America, it is clear support towards it, we will For on earth, you know, he is most wise, information regarding the ar good near Napoleon." I know them. They are pro
quote from a series of letters Who loves life, and who loves it the most. ticle..." "Only when Othello is in prietors of two neighboring
t h a t what the Red rulers fear most is ideas. And these and telephone conversations Miss Patricia Hannon, Ar- pet shops."
sight. What about Aphro
no man-made walls can bar. in support of the thesis. trans, by A. Chlrovsky 1 dite w i n t i t i # i t w * t e m ^ Y h r n i
(Continued oa p. 3)
I'ucertaiuty Breeds Opportunity period of negotiation, not con
frontation" is in essence a dy
Regardless of our doubts
and uncertainties about this
lary whether in trade, govern
ment or general cultural ac
lose and everything to gain In
our attempts to pry open
menta in diverse portions of
the Free World? Again you
(Below is the commencement address of Dr. Lev E. Dobriansky, UCCA President, at the namic and changing one of course of action—and they tivity, and inevitably in the these societies so that the are faced with considerable
University of Alabama, Huntsville. The address was subsequently entered into the Con the confrontation of negotia may be many—objectively it larger interests of world great opportunity of ex uncertainty but with equal
gressional Record by Congressman Philip M.Crane of Illinois). tion. The aim of the thrust cannot be doubted that the peace and broadened free change and contact can be opportunity.
made is "to create a vested approach is fraught with the dom, your understanding of broadened with the numerous
II interest in mutual restraint" opportunity of overcoming their condition, aspirations, nations and peoples within FULL CIRCUIT
The brazen misuse of such latlonism and one of the many own cosmopolitan develop and its motivation is to rea any ugliness in our knowledge and hopes would be deepened. them.
terms as "American im transmission belts for inter ment, for much of the non- lize a freer flow of men, wo and contacts with the nume It makes no sense to deal in Of course, in these dynamic Ndt too long ago we heard
perialism," "capitalist exploi national economic interde communist world the old men, goods and ideas be rous nations and peoples that other assets when the first and changeful approaches much of the generation gap.
tation" and the like cannot pendence and integration. "ugly American" is a thing of tween the two political exist both In the Soviet U- asset of peoples Is least un prudent realism demands that There are many ways this
obfuscate the material and "Go West, young man" was the past But one is some worlds. Whether this will be nion and the Peop^es, Re derstood. while we pursue these fun phrase can be interpreted,
cultural contributions of this heard in the yesteryear of what uncertain, though the possible in the scope hoped public of China The first as In opening our relatione damental opportunities a- but there is surely no gap as
destiny. Here, too, uncertain Lhe pioneering development opportunity is great about for, only the future will tell set of real, human opportu with mainland China the very midst rampant uncertainty, at concerns the fundamental
ties prevail with balance of of our economy; "Go about the possible resurgence of Objectively, it should be nity cannot be too strongly same opportunity may be gi all timeo we must keep our continuity of basic problems
payments problems, recurring the world young man and wo American ugliness In con noted, however, that long emphasized. When one hears ven to know in cultural and guard up and our defensive and issue, uncertainties and
currency crises, international man" is the fitting expression tacts with the peoples which before current concepts Of or reads, even in the highest economic terms not only the strenght intact. Just to pose opportunities, that faces both
monetary reform, economic for you in this pioneering de hive been called the captive "power multipolarity" and places of our government and roughly 670 million Chinese one problem to you in thf you and me. The Great De
regionalism, the threat of velopment of the free world nations in the communist "interdependency" emerged, other institutions, about "250 bat also about 60 million form of a question. On tht pression and World War П
trade warfare, and dangers economy. world, from the Danube to Moscow itself was advocating million Russians" in the So Manchue, Mongolians; East matter of expanding tradt highlighted the period before
in East-West trade, but agaii the Pacific. Here, too, despite for its own purposes and ob viet Union, he cannot but Turkestan!, Tibetans andwith the Soviet Union, esti the chronological gap; the
here, too, boundless opportu FIRST ASSET the uncertainties, the oppor jectives such things as "pea wonder about our past pro others in this additional mulmated to rise to a level oi fight against inflation, the
nities prevail equally for our tunity for thriving knowledge, ceful coexistence," liberalized cesses of formal education. tinational state. In advancingabout $2 billion In the next inverse of deflation and de
enterprising firms, labor, Whether in the economic, restructured conceptions, and trade, cultural exchanges, an The enormous opportunity of and pushing toward these new three years, the price for pression, and the outbreak
agriculture and capital. These political, cultural and other an understanding quintessen all-European security con greater access permitted by frontiers of popular American Moscow's acquisition of much of another and more tragic
many uncertainties are re spheres of our expansive ac tial to world peace and even ference, reduction of forces Moscow would be for you and knowledge and understand needed grains and technology world war highlighted it after
flected almost daily in our tivity, let us always bear in tual freedom is the most in Europe, and forms of dis others to know and learn not ing, your contributions could has been our honorabW and now, but the fundament
stock markets, but opportu mind that the first asset is challenging and engaging. armament and arms restric only about the Russian na not but have a salutary im ground withdrawal from Viet al continuity гетаіпв almoet
nities are also sought and peoples, our contacts with Aside from its political as tion. In a real вепвеГ then, tion but also about the many pact on the need for growing nam. The question is how tal! in the nature of a full circuit
estimated by buyers who pur them, our knowledge and ap pects, as denoted by such there is nothing new in any non-Russian nations and peo interdependency among na a price will we be caused to At our Institute on Compa
chase from the more bearish preciative understanding of terms as "mutual accomod of this except the dynamic, ples who constitute actually tions and in the primary in pay as Moscow, our chiel rative, Political and Economio
among us. The relatively re them, and our harmonious ation," "detente," "coexi pragmatic push for negotia close to 50% of the USSR terests of our own national adversary, bolsters its sag Systems in Georgetown Uni
cent development of multina relations with them. This is stence" and others In the tions on these and less im population, but really more. security. The multinational ging economy at little cost U versity it has been a reward
tional corporations is In it prerequisite to all else if the President's recent state of the portant matters, challenging Lithuanians, U k r a i n i a n s , states of the Soviet Union andits continued military build ing experience to maintain in
self a tangible and material bonds and cement of prolific world message to Congress, Moscow, and to some extent Georgians, Azerbaijani, Tur- Red China have for too long up, which today is the largest part-summer residence selec
gurantor against any myopic interpendence are to be dur it is generally agreed that Peiping, to prove by action kestani and others would remained as closed societies,in the world, and to all sort* ted students from this uni-
resurgence of outdated iao- able, la the process of our what has been defined as "a where their words are. make up your new vocabu and we have really nothing to of intrigues and entangle (Continued on p. 4)
No. 157. SVOBODA, THE UKRAINIAN WEEKLY. SATURDAY. AUGUST 25. Ш З .
"Rushnychok" - A New Musical Happening St. Joseph's Parish in Chicago Studies Nursing Anya Dydyk Receives Rutgers if*
KERHONKSON, N.Y. (sz) Starts Annual Festival "Theater ot The Year" Award
— "We're going to have г CHICAGO, П1. — The an music, good food and enter- JERSEY CITY. N J.—Anya
lot of young people at Soyu- nual festival, staged by St. tainment.
Dydyk, whose face is familiar
zivka this weekend, so I goi Joseph's Ukrainian Catholic to thousands of Soyuzivka
the Rushnychok band from The second weekend will be
parish on the northwest side the parish observance of its goers, is the recipient of the
Montreal,'' Walter Kwas wae J here, started yesterday and 17th . anniversary — "Our University's "Theater of the
saying last year on the eve will continue through the La Super-Seventeenth' Anniver Year" award for directing.
of this young group's first bor Day weekend. The award is the result of a
appearance at the populai sary" as one of the members
Carnival spokesman Walter of the younger set in the senior project in which one
UNA resort here. set of graduating seniors
His •prediction borne ou Bardygula announced that the parish put it. On that Sunday,
11 eventful days will again September 2, the pastor. Rev. wrote an original play and a
beyond;-expectations, the re different group of seniors di
eort's manager was compel have a genuine ethnic flavot* Joseph Shary, will celebrate
with such evenings as: Slovak a Solemn Divine Liturgy of rected. Miss Dydyk was as
led to-rephrase slightly befor signed a play entitled "D.J.",
"Rushnychok's" second ap Night, Irish Night, Chinese Thanksgiving at 12 noon with
Night, Italian Night, Swedish the 60-member mixed choir of and had to direct the actors,
pearance last season: "Rush and design the stage, costu
nychok is going to play thi Night, German Night, Me the parish under the direc
xican Fiesta, and Americana tion of Mr. Pozniak, singing mes and lighting. Her acting-
Saturday,' so we expect a lo .lie Men That Make it Happen: Left to right, Goorge Sztyk, Galore. A full weekend will be the responses. An anniver ability in college also gaineo
of young people." for her membership to tht
"ugene Osidacz, Stepan Andrusiak and Andrij Haraaymowycs. dedicated as U k r a i n i a n sary dinner will be served in
The latter was still tru Alpha Psi Omega National
this year, when the four sing 'We carry about $15.000 "We already have five com Weekend. There will be good the Church hall immediately
vorth of equipment—instru- positions of our own and we food, nightly entertainment afterwards. The public is in Rose M. Mondrick Honorary Dramatics Fra
ing musicians were comin- ternity.
down for the first of thei nents, loudspeakers, ampli are working on a few more and wholesome family fun*. . vited.
five appearances this seaeo; fiers, as well as costumes— that we would like to include -Over- both—weekends, the ROME, N.Y. — Rose M. Miss Dydyk, 22, was born
/hich fits much better in a in our record," says Andrij During the first weekend,
at Soyu2ivka. But now it't
JUS than car truncks." designated as " U k r a i n i a n inimitable folk dancing of Mondrick, daughter of Mr. in Jersey City, where she still
shnpy said "the place is goin- "Rushnychok's" repertoire i^the "New Kalyna" Ukrainian and Mrs. Alex Mondrick of lives with her parents. She
to be packed because Rush Of course, the bus also is almost wholly Ukrainian Weekend," the festival com Dancers under the direction Lee Center, N.Y., will begin attended Ss. Peter and Paul
irings down George's wife, and includes old-time favori mittee has prepared а гаозЬ
nychok is playing tonight.' of Mrs. Vera Korchinski, Mrs: her studies in nursing next Ukrainian Catholic school and
ince h2 is one of the two tes as well as contemporary unsual program, Nancy Barton and Mrs. Ola September after she was ac is also a communicant of that
This will be the cas? pve narried members of "Ruah- tunes, all of them in modern "Ukrainian Day," chairman Dworianyn will delight the cepted to the School of Nurs parish. After graduating from
the Labor Day weekend ani vychok." He is the fathsr of arrangement. Julian Pozniak said that people present.
again September. 15. durin ing at Marcy State Hospital. grammar school she attended
!-year-old PetruB, and the Playing occasionally at Father Sylvester Kollar was For the children and young Rose, who graduated from St. Dominic Academy for
the annual Miss Soyuzivk. ouple are expecting an ad- non-Ukrainian affaire—night selected to recaive the "Ukra at heart there'll be 9 big ri
pageant, when "Rushnychok1 lition to the family soon. Rome Free Academy last girls, where she was a mem
clubs, dances, weddings — inian Man of th3 Year" award. des, including some brand ber of the Forensic League
will provide the music fo June, is a member of UNA and the National Honor So
dancing here. A junior executive with they play and sing what they The presentation wiil be made new thrillers.
Shell Oil who still studies know best, and that is Ukra on Sunday, Auguet 26, at the The Festival finale will Branch 121 here. ciety. With the League she
Hardly known to anyone nanagement, George is tb/* inian pieces. family-style dinner which will come on Labor Day which traveled to Washington D.C
beyond the immediate envi ogical choice for handling all "Nobody seems to mind," be held in the Church Hall. last year was proclaimed by for a speech.and drama con
rons of Montreal a few year > "Rushnychok's" finances. says Eugene. "On the contr The dinner will follow the Di the Governor as "I Am An
f SORRY! test representing New Jersey
back, "Rushnychok" is no\ V self-sustaining group now, ary, they love it." vine Liturgy which Father, American Day" at St. Joseph's At the contest she won 2nc Anya Dydyk
one of the most popular mu he young men admit that There's no doubt that that Kollar will celebrate at the parish. The afternoon will Due to an error, last week's place nationally for her act
sical aggregations on the U hey could not make a living is the case with Soyuzixka beautiful outdoor Grotto ot begin with a novel "Parade article "Summer Camps — A ing of all the major roles n career. Miss Dydyk usually
krainian scene. Consequently rom just singing and play- goers, young and old alike. Our Lady of Hoshiv at 12 } on Wheels," a contest for Home Away From Home For the "Miracle Worker". Sb starred in "ingenue" roles, but
they are in high demand both ng, though they love it and And if you see some of them noon. Bishop Jaroslav Gabro children up to 12 years of age Youths," omitted the names also participated in an oral she prefers doing character
in Canada and the Unite* iope that one day they may. just sitting, watching and is expected to attend. Ukra who are to decorate and to of two girl counselors from interprettion contest in Chi roles.
States, witness five nights a' L
Soyuzivka alone this summer The burden of musical di* listening rather than dancing, inian radio personality and push, pull or drive anything the girls' "Echoes of Our An cago, 111., reciting Paul Si "Character roles are more
The group's Fall scheduk •ection falls on Andrij Hara- it's because they are enthral broadcaster, Mr. Roman Dub- on wheels from the First cestors" camp at the Plast mon's "Sounds of Silence." creative and interpretive,"
calls for appearances in To ^ymowycz, 26, the lead singer led by the sound that ema lanycia, co-chairman of the. State Bank of Chicago park site in East Chatham, N.Y. While in school she was a said Miss Dydyk.
ronto, Buffalo, Windsor, Ot ind guitarist in the quartet. nates from the loudspeakers. "Ukrainian Weekend," said ing lot at Cumberland and The girls are: Rocksolana member of SUMA, TUSM Four years ago, Miss Dy
tawa, Detroit. St. Catherines '-Ie is about to complete his "Rushnychok," you see, is the entire weekend will be fil Lawrence Avenues to the Fe Mycfo, 21, Newark, N J . ; and and the student hromadas at dyk began working at Soyu
not to mention Montreal anc studies at Montreal's McGill not only music for dancing. led with all kinds of Ukra stival grounds at St. Joseph's. Roxolana Bojko, 21, Phila Rutgers and Newark. zivka's children camp as head
its vicinity. University and looks forward It's a happening. inian songs and dances, choral Ргігез will be swarded. delphia, Pa. After grduating from the counselor and emcee at the
to a career in education. School of Ukrainian Subjects Wednesday night talent
"Of course, Soyuzivka ha:
helped us tremendously," sayi Eugene Oeidacz, tenor and she taught the younger stu shows. Two years later she
Stepan Andrusiak, at 23 th< accordionist, works for Bell ARE AMERICANS REALLY INDIFFERENT dents there for two years. shared the emcee spot with
Telephone. He already has a She entered Rutgers Uni Wolodymyr Hentisz, and this
youngest member of the quar
tet, who, is credited by the Bachelor's degree in political TO UKRAINIAN LIBERATION versity in the fall of 1969 as year Miss Dydyk is emceeing
other three for actually science and is working to (Continued from p. 2) a geology and archeology ma all the Saturday night con
wards a master's in market lington, Va.: "Please send me exist in the intellectual com
starting the group a few
ing. He shares with Stepan, a further information on the 1973 issue of The N.Y. Times, nor should they have died in jor, but her involvement in certs by herself.
years back. "It's general munity of Ukraine, and, in icindly send me additional in- vain... My grandparents on dramatics led her to change This fall, Miss Dydyk plans
knowledge that when ,ypt graduate student at Ottawa's Ukrainian Congress Com
Carlton University, the band't deed, in many other parts of formation about your Com- both sides of my family suf her major to drama and thea to do graduate work in dra
make it at Soyuzivka, you've fered under the Communists, ter arts education. matics at the University of
arrived," says Stepan ,who administrative chores as well mittee of America..." the world. Unfortunately, mittee..."
While in college, Miss Dy Arizona in Phoenix, where
as publicity. Mrs. Daniel P. Mincavage, the agenda for the two lea Mr. U.C.L. Henig, Paoli, so I too, have a stake in the
plays the drums and arngE Plymouth, Mich.: "We read ders' discussions seems to Pa.: "Your full page adverti- outcome of what I think could dyk starred in five of the six she and her parents are mo
bass. ' ' "Two years ago we only with interest your Open Let place heavy emphasis on short «ement in The N.Y. Times, become a long overdue cam plays that were produced. ving. For a career. Miss Dy
But with eclat comes bbli-had a few glossy photos," ter, published in The New term results of economic re June 17, 1973, impressed me paign to get justice for the She directed the last one. dyk has decided upon college
says Stepan. "Now we have a York Times, June 17, 1973. lationship. Groups like yoursiivery much. Please send me Ukrainians, who have a hi She says that her most favo level teaching and directing
gation. TJxey have to get, bet
ter, they must update and few more shots for publicity Please send us more informa are vital in insisting on the further information as I am story of suffering under nu rite role was that of a hindu theater plays.
broaden their repertoire,)theyand posters in different cos-r tion about the work of your basic rights of every indivb, Tvery much interested. merous tyrants for hundreds queen in "The Vision of Vas- Miss Dydyk and her pa
must improve their equipment tumee." Obviously in demand, Committee...." sadatta," a pantomime set to rents, Dmytro and Maria Dy
and costumes, they look for the posters were disappearing
dual, recognizing hie worth Мгз. Mary Englot, BayskJe, of years. There must be ah words.
Miss Mary Kovalec, Brick and dignity. Freedom of ex end to this now." - dyk, are all members of UNA
new sounds, new arrange from his hands as he was Town, N.J.: "I have read in pression without fear of re N.Y.: "I sympathize' with Under the impact of what During her college stage branch 170.
ments, interpretations. talking to us near Soyuzivka's the Sunday paper about the pression and incarceration your concern for Ukrainian
Main House. intellectuals and pray that they read in the "Open Let
Kidded about their imall, Ukrainians and their treat must be guaranteed to all. As the human rights of indivi ter," Constantine and Flo
poster-adorned bus that "Our next goal is to put ment... If it is possible, could a Polish American, I am more duals will be respected rence Mazeppa. third-gene CALENDAR OF UNA EVENTS
brings them down to Soyuziv out a record," said George, you send me any more infor than interested in preserving | throughout the world ration Americans of Ukrain
ka as & sign of class. Georgeaffirming that the men are mation you have concerning those national Below is the. list of up — UNA's Philadelphia Di
Sztyk, the- 26-year-old guita
often asked by appreciative the Ukrainians..."
differences Mr. Jerry Kress, Winnipeg: ian descent, visited the UCCA coming UNA events in .the strict will mark its own 35th
that are absolutely essential rl just finished your "Open office and wanted all infor immediate future and in the anniversary and Svobodas
rist and second tenor, prefers
listeners about a "Rushny
the more pragmatic retort: chok" 'disc.
Miss Debbie Trent, Ocean, for the enrichment of huma better to the American mation on the UCCA and U- months ahead.' UNA'ers in 80th with a banquet Sunday,
N.J.: "I am very interested nity. If national identities art People" in the June 17, 1973 kraine, which they were the respective areas are asked October 14.
in becoming as active as I destroyed, the tragedy (a£ edition of The New York given. They were happy to to mark down these dates — A.banquet sponsored t y
can, seeing that I am only you well pointed out) will be Іїтеа. I am quite ignorant in "find their brothers," from and plan to participate in the the local committee, comme
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE SOYUZIVKA sixteen years old, in helping the annihilation of culture. this area. I wish very much whom they were isolated. scheduled events. morating the Svoboda Jubil e
to further such a humane The loss would be immeasu to be educated. Please acne1 Ronald L. Ziegler, Presi — For the third consecu will be held in Chicago, Ш.,
SOYUZIVKA cause. I can only express my rable. Thank you for saying me as much information ar dent Nixon's Press Secretary, tive year, New Jersey UNA' on October 7. The тпіл
most genuine appreciation and many things that I and all,; you can muster in this area...' wrote the UCCA:
concern for what you of the other Americans should be jri- "The President has asked
ers will stage a UNA Day in speaker will be the UNA
Supreme Vice-Prrsident for
Miss Carol Fedyk, U.S. me to thank you for your South Bound Brook. N.J.. on Canada Sen. Paul Yuzyk.
x— The Ukrainian Committee arePresidentto and sisting on every day..."
late to the
Peace Corps Volunteer in letter of June 29. You were Sunday, September 9.
National Miss Helen Guy, Radnor, South America: "I am a Peace — The traditional UNA — The UNA District of
the rest of the world... After thoughtful to call his atten Day at Soyuzivka, highlighted Buffalo is planning a fall ban-
Association reading your page in The Pa.: "I am responding to th jXorp volunteer who by chance tion to the article which ap by the Miss Soyuzivka contest • quet observing the jubilee
I had tc full page in The N.Y. Times*, "happened to receive the issue peared in The
RESORT write.York Times, I may be of of the 17th. It would be dif-] "of the Sunday N.Y. Times Times on June 17New well as will be held at the UNA re year of Svoboda. Detroit,
I only hope as
ficult to read it and not want' in which your "Open Letter' sort the weekend of Septem Cleveland. Baltimore, New
In the CatsklH Mountains, some service to those not to the situation confronting ber 15-16. York, and Utica are making
l near Kerhonkson, N.Y. only in Ukraine, but to all in to help in some way. Pleast appeared. I am deeply dis Ukrainian intellectuals. I will — A banquet in honor of similar plans.
Russia undergoing perse let me know how best you- turbed by the actions of the
cution..." think I could help to amelio- Soviet government regarding be sure to pass your request the Svoboda Jubilee will be — An evening program and
Saturday, August 25, 8:30 p.m. rate the situation that Ukra- the Ukrainian people. I am oi along to the proper office at held at the Ukrainian Nation dance, sponsored by the
MARY LESAWYER, soprano New York City Mr. Stan Franczyk, City inian intellectuals continue.to che White House." al Home in Hartford Sept Lehigh Valley UNA District
Council, Buffalo, N.Y.: "I am find themselves in..." Ukrainian ethnic origin anc A staff secretary of Dr. ember 30.
Opera Company; piano accompaniment, Darla \ regret that I do not possess Committee, will highlight the
Karanowycz. very much interested in any Henry A. Kissinger of the — St. Basil Branch 364 in Svoboda Jubilee observance at
NATALKA LAZIRKO, ballerina information that you can give Miss Deall Moore, Metta- more knowledge of this heri National Security Council, Cleveland, O.. is marking its the St. Francis Hall, 4th and
DANCING to the tunes of "Soyuzivka" orchestra. me concerning your orga poisett, Mass.: "I read your tage. Living in foreign coun wrote: 30th anniversary with a ju Liberty Sts., Allentown, Pa.,
nization. A listing of publi article, which was very in- tries makes one aware of the "Mr. Kissinger has asked bilee banquet Sunday, Sept Saturday. October 6, 1C73.
Sunday, August 26 cations and/or periodicals teresting... I would like furt-' need for nationalism as a man ne to thank you for calling ember 23, at St. Josaphat's
Ceramic display, of the works which you are affiliated with her information on the Rus* ifestation of cultural unity lis attention to the reprint High School in Parma, O. The Stepan Hawrysz,
by SIAVA GERULAK. would also be appreciated..." sification of Ukraine and It is indeed a tragedy tha mclosed in your letter of festivities are scheduled to Co-ordinator of UNA events
Literary evening spotlighting Mykofa Ponedflok's Miss Frances Jagiello, Gar other Russian polices. I am a national differences are beint June 22, which has been care get underway at 2:00 p.m.
new book "Save My Soul"; also appearing — Ivan field, N J . : "I would like to youth who will be traveling minimized in the USSR. fully noted..."
"Шег? Kernytaky. commend your courageous abroad this summer to Rus- "I would appreciate any in- Almost the entire Ukra
and forthright Letter to the sia, and who^ would like to formation you have at your inian press in the free world
Saturday, September 1, 8:30 p.ra. American People in the New know more about what she disposal to send me regarding carried the "Open Letter"
ANNA CHORNOOOLSKA, soprano, Montreal, York Times, Sunday, June 17, will see..." this and any other issues re either in part or in toto. Ukrainian Flag
Que.; piano accompaniment, Prof. !hor Sonevytsky. 1973. As a private сЩгеп and Mrs. Joan DeMartino, Mi- garding Ukraine..." All of these people received
DANCING to .the music of "Rushnychok" and "So as a member of the academic neola, N.Y.: "I read youn 'i Lydia Koval. Queens. N.Y. г special letter from the Decals
yuzivka" bands. community (I am a graduate Open Letter to the American, " I am writing in reference t< UCCA Executive Committee, 4" by 6" In Woe ami jrold
Sunday, September 2, 8:30 p-ttt. student of Rutgers Univer People... I pray that this meet- your full page Open Letter І! us well as a number of with nciradheslve backing.
sity, Department, English Li ing with the Soviet leader .the Sunday New York Times -»mphlet8, memoranda deal- For car or home. $1.50 each
SOYUZIVKA ensemble performing a surprize terature). I add my whole will accomplish something It is high time that the reed- Jig with the present plight of include* postage and hand
ling. Send cash, check or
revue. hearted support to your re positive. You may send me^ing public be made aware of :he Ukrainian people, and MX), to
Recitation by OKSANA SENYK quest of' President Nixon to further information..." the wanton killing of 7.000,00( "epiee of The Ukrainian
DANCING to the mus.c of "Rushnycholr" and make it known that we abhor Mr. Michael Sawczuk, New Ukrainians by the Stalinist Quarterly. Several have al TRIDENT ADVERTISING
"Soyuzivka" bands. the repression and percecu- York, N.Y.: "In reference to Regime in the USSR These ready sent in their subscrip- 22 FAIRVIEW AVENUE CLOSTER.N.J. 07624
tion that does continue to your article in the June 17, people should not be forgotten dona to the UCCA review.
Ukrainian Village UKRAINIAN NATIONAL ASSOCIATION DAY PROGRAM
Cedar Grove Road No. 3
IN NEW JERSEY Musical Concert
Soccer Game •лЛ
- Sunday, September ». 1973, 1 00 P.M. Dancing
Somerset, NJ. Children's Games
BAFFLE PRIZES AND PRIZES FOR CHILDREN
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і - SVOBODA, TOR UKRAINIAN WEEKLY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1973. No. 167.
D r . Mioloirinskij is Awarded Bohdan Turczak Dies 1,500 TAKE PART Ш UNA FESTIVAL
School Psychology Diploma I » Plant Explosion (Continued from p. 1)
N E W BRUNSWICK, N.J. for their services has given a LODI, N J . — Bohdan Tur- Mr. Turczak, a former of
— Dr. Ivan Holowinaky. of particular urgency to th czak, 52, of Irvington, VN.J., ficer in the Ukrainian. Insur Throughout the day Ukra ditors; and Anna Haras and
Rutgere University, New question of quality control in was one of the two workers gent Army, is survived by his inian artifacts were being Stepan Hawrysz, Advisors.
Brunswick, N.J. baa been the profession. State certifi found dead after an early wife Luba, and two sons, sold at a booth located inside Also attending the festival
awarded a Diploma in School cation and licensure programs morning explosion rocked the Lubomyr, and Oleh. the concert hall. were Anthony Dragan, Edi
Psychology, by the American set minimum standards for Washine Diviaion of the Mal- The concert portion of t h : tor-in-Chief of "Svoboda";
Board of Professional Psy the practice of psychology. linckrodt Chemical factory festival, including appearan Zenon Snylyk. Editor of the
chology, Inc. (ABPP). The The American Board of here on Tuesday, August 14. ces of wellknown Ukrainian "Ukrainian Weekly"; and
diploma will be conferred Professional Psychology, how The explosion occurred at artists and performing en Ihor Dlaboha, editorial staff
TO BE ADVISED member of "Svoboda"; and
upon Dr. Holowinsky during ever, was established to 7:50 a.m., and firemen on the sembles, choruses, and per
ON MATCH TIME rows of UNA activists, among
the annual ABPP Convoca identify practitioners cf ad scene determined that it took sonalities followed the ser
tion which will be held in vanced competence. ABPP place in a reactor. This reac vices. such noted UNA'ers as Atty.
N E W Y O R K , N.Y. — John Flis, of New York, Wil
Montreal, Quebec, on Wednes Diplomas, therefore, cortify tor, as one worker said, is si Players who have registered liam Hussar, of Rochester,
day, August 29, 1973. that the diplomate has been milar to a pressure cooker for the USCAK tennis cham . ~г" Michael Hentosh, of Mahonoy
The shortage of profession judged by his peers to have and it "cooks" the4 chemicals. pionships, to be held at Soyu City, and others.
ally trained psychologists at attained an advanced level of Damages are estimated to be
a time of increasing demand I competence in his profession. zivka over the Labor Day
over one million dolars. weekend, Friday August 31 Also present at the fete
In addition to the two through Monday, September were local political leaders of
deaths, seven workers were 3, 1973, will be notified two Ukrainian ancestry, Ruasel
Graduates West Point injured, five of whom are on days in advance of the day, Kowalyshyn, member of the
The Lesia Ukrainka Bandurist Ensemble from the Ukrainian
the critical list at" a local time and place of their first State legislature; and William
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Orthodox Center In South Bound Brook, NJT.
hospital.' match, said tournamentTa*!^ C. Rybak, former State re
Eugene Iwanyk, of North
rector George B. Kupchyneky. presentative.
Bergen, N.J.. has graduated One worker's body was
from the United States Mili found the day after the ex The announcement was A special greeting was de
tary Academy at West Point plosion and the second was made in rectifying an earlier livered by John Odezynsky,
with distinction, receiving a found the following Saturday. contained In a message from
error in the Svoboda and
B.S. degree and a second lieu After an autopsy earlier this Wolodymyr Bilajiw, head of
Weakly announcements which
tenant commission in the-U.S. weak, identification was made the U.S. Representation of
said that "all players will
Army Corps of Engineers. possible. the Ukrainian National Rada's
assemble at the Veselka Pa
While at West" Point, Eu Executive Committe. A tele
Requiem services for Mr vilion Friday, noon, August gram from U.S. Senator from
gene was active in extra Turczak were held Friday, 31." Pennsylvania, Richard S.
curricular activites: he was a August 24, at the Lytwyn and Now that registration has Shweiker, was also received
member of the Fine Arts Fo Lytwyn funeral home in Ir- been closed (August 20 was by the Festival CommitU*.
rum, the Russain Club, cross vington, N.J. Funeral services the deadline), the tournament
country, track and lacrosse Entertaining the large
will be held today from St. committee will make up the crowd was first tbs "Lesia
teams. John's Ukrainian Catholic draw in each of the 12 groups Senator Paul Yuzyk of Ca
Eugene is spending this Ukrainka" female bandurist
Church to the Ukrainian Or and inform all players two nada delivering the main ad- ensemble of the Ukrainian
summer at the home or" his thodox Cemetery in South days In advance of the time diem at the UNA Day Festi-
parents, and ih the fall he Orthodox Center in South
Bound Brook, wh?re the re and place of their first mat- Bound Brook, N.J., whose
will continue hie education mains will be laid to rest. mentor for the past few
towards a Master's degree in Л Ц1 J =
• * *
2nd Lieut, Eugene Iwanyk Opening the concert and years has been Prof. Roman
engineering at a university in
Washington, D.C. younger days, he was a mem U n c e r t a i n t y B r e e d s Opportunity. welcoming the guests and per Lewycky, himself an adept
Eugene is a graduate of ber of the "Surma" "brass (Concluded from p. 2) formers wrts Stepan Hawryar,
Ss. Peter and Paul Ukrainian band here. versity. What they have been cause continuity of a filial na% JJNA Supreme Advisor and The 20-member Ukrainian
Catholic School here, and also The parents of Eugene are exposed to is partially what ture made this possible, I assistant to the h°ad of dancing ensemble of the U-
St. Peter's Academy. While parishoners of Ss. Peter and I have endeavored to convey warmly congratulate also tJFNA's Organizing Depart krainian Catholic parish ol
in high school, Eugene won Paul Ukrainian Catholic today, with obvious stress on your parents for their basic ment. Mr. Hawrysz then in McAdoo, Pa., under the di
Church here, and also are comparative systems and the contributions to this achle-» troduced Mary Lesawy :r. rection of Nicholas Boyehuk
many trophies and medals in
peoples they embrace. Edu vement. For they have ex* who led the assemblvKi in the entertained the assembled
sports. Also during his members of the UNA.
cation by contrast, correcting perirneed and know, as in sjnging of the American, Ca with a lively and vibrant dis Contest winners: Left to right, Alice Chaplynsky, 16, Allen-
and appreciating our own by deed you will, that uncertain* nadian and Ukrainian nation play of Ukrainian folk dances
town, Pa,, second runner-up, Mlse Pennsylvania U N A Chris
Soyuzivka Programs... analyzing others? is t h e main ty does breed opportunity, al anthems. McAdoo's Catholic parish
tine Slovlk. 16, McAdoo, Pa., Miss Soyuzivka 1972 Christine
(Оопііпшчі from p. 1) spirit of the institute. By God Speed to you all. Anya Dydyk, who is known also contributed to the pro
further exposing these stu to thousands of Soyuzivka gram an all-girl choir under Towpasz, and first runner-up Irene Chaplynsky, 18, Allen-
cent publication of his latest tertain Soynzivka's patrons.
dents in internships in Con goers as the talented and at the direction of Mrs. Julie Me- town.
book, "Save My Soul." with a Accompanying Miss Chorno- SPECIAL RUBLE
dolska at the piano will be gress, executive agencies, and tractive emcee at the Satur renda. Mr». Merenda has been
literary evening that will fea CERTIFICATES ARE THE "Soyuzivka" orchestra under and Mrs. Adolph Slovik as
Prof. Ihor Sonevytsky. capital-based institutions, the day evening concerts there, directing the 30-member
ture readings and satire. BEST GIFT TO USSR
criteria that it is not only took over the program and choir1 for some seven years the direction of Walter Do- Miss Pennylvania UNA.
Helping Mr. Ponediiok cele A graduate of McGill Uni 4
buschak, with Oksana Bor-
what you gain in knowledge moved it through each, suc now. The entire parish en Miss Slovik, 16, whose
brate the publication of the versity, Miss Chornodolska We have been informed by
but more so how to use it and Intertrade Express Coq>., 126 cessive number. semble has been organized by bycz and Peter Galadza as grandfather, Dmytro Kapitu-
book will he his fri nd and won many awards for hii
that a substantial difference East ZSrd Street, New York. The principal speaker was its pastor, FT. Bohdan Lewyc vocalists. la, was a' one-time UNA Pre
popular ^Svoboda feuilletonist. singing, among them the Mon N.Y. 10010, which firm Is speT
exists between knowledge and Sfenator Paul Yuzyk, UNA ky. Expressing his apprecia sident, was crowned by Chris
Ivan Kemytsky (Deer). treal Symphony Orchestra': ciallzed with 24 years ex
wisdom are also underscored. Vice-President for Canada. Mary Lesawyer, soprano, tion on behalf of the Festival tine Towpash, this year's
The large crowds of Soyu competition award in 19S£ perience in gifts to your re
The Charles Edison Memorial latives and friends In USSR The Senator, who spoke in U- gave a vocal rendition of Committee to the performers, Miss Soyuzivka. Miss Slovik
zivka goers that are expected and 1971. She made her debut
Youth Fund, which supports that Special Ruble Certificate* krainian and in English, re three pieces. Accompanying to Miss Dydyk, and to the will have the opportunity to
to flock to the UNA estate in New York City's Carnegie are the beet gift
this institute, is .confident called the early stages of U- Mrs. Lesawyer at the piano guests for their participation compete for the title of Miss
during the Labor Day week Recital Hall in January о With Special Kubl Certofl-
that the supplementary role it ftrainian settlement in the was the well-known Ukrain In making the UNA Day Fes Soyuzivka at the UNA estate
end will have a host of acti 1972 and was highly acclaimed catee, and only with them, the
plays in supporting your stu United States and Canada, ian stage personality, Wolo tival a success was Mr. Haw on Saturday, September 16.
vities at their disposal. by the New York Times critic recipients in USSR can get
dents and others contributes' anything they want through and cited some of the major dymyr Hentlsz. rysz, chairman of the com Selected as first runner-up
In the course of the week Donald Henahan.
tb the cultivation of young the Foreign Valuta Stores of achievements and contribu The second vocal solo, con in the contest w a s Irene
end, the 18th annual tennis The following night.- th- Vneahposyltorg at a fraction mittee.
nen and women for construc tions of Ukrainians to the sisting of three songs, was Chaplynsky, 18, of Allentown,
and swimming meets, sanc Soyuzivka ens mble will en tive leadership in our Nation. o£ the regular price — in fact» Preceeding Sun day'e festi
at one-fourth of the regular development of their respec given by Metropolitan Opera Pa., and her sister, Alice, 16,
tioned by the Association of tertain the guests with a sur We are proud to have them. val a dance was held at the
price or even less. Special Rub- tive countries. bass-baritone Andrij Dobrtan was chosen as the second run
Ukrainian Sports Club of prise show. Also app arinr To you graduates of, the same hall, attended by many
le Certificate» can also be con- ' P r e s e n t among the festival sky, with piano accompani ner-up.
North America (USCAK), will be О^яяпа Senyk. recil :973, and of course to your verted into cash in regular local residents and arriving
will be held her-. Th? ccm- ing several poems. goers and introduced by Miss ment by Roman Stecura. The Sunday program over,
spouses, I extend my heartiest Rubles at the highest rate. UNA'ers. Providing the mu
p tition in 12 tennis divisions The dance that will follov May we suggest that you Dydyk were the following The "Prometheus" chorus many in the crowd ..still- Мщ
jongratulations and best wis- UNA supreme officers: Pre of Philadelphia, under the di sic that evening was Rich Bo- gered for some time on the
and 16 swimming events both evenings' performance .іез for your most successful contact Intertrade E x p r e s s binsky's band from Union
will climax the year's sports will be held at the "Vesjlka' Corp.. 125 East 23rd Street, sident J. L-rsawyer; Prof. rection of Michael Dlaboha, g r o u n d of the Park, meeting
careers and happy lifetimes Fifth Floor. New York. N.Y. John Teluk, Sen. Yuzyk, and which will be celebrating its City, Conn.
activities. On Monday the pavilion. Providing t h ; musi with friends from other cities
according to the values your lOvlO. Telephone: 882-1530 and $Eary Dushnyck, Vice-Presi 10th aniveraary lat r this
UNA. Svoboda. Ukrainian will he the popular "Rushny ask for the Free Illustrated During the dance a panel and engaging in friendly re
consciences dictate. And be- dents; Walter Sochan, Vice- year, gave a dynamic perfor
Weekly and Soyuzivka tro chok" band from Montreal Catalog. (Adv.) of three judges, consisting of miniscences. It was almost
phies will be award.d to win upstairs, and the "Soyuzivka' President and Recording mance of four Ukrainian Mary Yuzyk, wife of Senator nightfall when a long line of
ners and runners-up in all я.в а я я в ж т і Secretary; Ulana Diachuk, songs. Paul Yuzyk, Mr. Dobriansky, buses and cars started in
Master, of ceremonies foi АІАЗШГЖ 94.50
Treasurer; Dr. Bohdan Hna-
fliik and Iwan Wynnyk, Au-
Following the concert, the
guests were entertained by
and Mr.„Huasar elected Chris
tine Slovik, daughter of Mr.
various directions — home
That evening. Anna Chor- the'Saturday evening con Ukraine: A Concise Encyclopaedia, Vol. І/11 -
nodolska, Ukrainian soprano certs here this summer is Revolutionary Voices. Ukrainian Political Prisoners
Condemn Russian Colonialism. By Slava Stet-
from Montr-al. Que., will en Anya Dydyk. ako, M. A. Foreword by Ivan Matteo Lombardo 6.00
lletman of Ukraine Ivan Мадери - by Clarence
A. Manning * -_ | ,v , ' r
"DIPLOMACY OF DOUBLE Ukraine Coder the Soviets — by Clarence A. Man THE CARPATHIAN SKI CLUB OF NEW YORK
ning -_^ ««___ „ . 2.0U under the auspices of the
Ivan Franko. Poems — b y Peroival Oundy u». 2.50
MORALITY" Muse in Prison — by Yar Slavytych s .60 ASSOCIATION OF UKRAINIAN SPORTS CLUBS IN NORTH AMERICA (USCAK)
Europe's Crossroads in Carpatho-Ukraine 1919-1939 Their Land. An Antnology of Ukrainian Short Sto will hold
ries — by Michael Luehkovich 8.00
by PETER G. STERCHO, Ph.D. Spirit of Ukraine. Ukrainian Contributions to World THE ANNUAL
Prof, of Political Economy Drexel University. Culture — by O.' Snowyd , .60
The Ukraine: A Submerged Nation — by WiSlan
Contents, in Quest of Self-Determmation — Simple for
Autonomy - Carpalho-Ukraine a Federated State — The
Legal В;и<іч of Carpatho-Ukramlan Repubhc — Hungary
Gather* Suport for Reccnqu<»st - The Vienna Arbitration
Henry Chamberttn —
Love Ukraine. Ukrainian Lyrics by V. Sosyura. E n
glish Version by Yar Slavutych. Music by N .
1.0<» TENNIS AND SWIMMING COMPETITION
— Toward Annexation of Carptitho-Ukraine by Hungary
— Carpitho-Ukraine Victim of German-Hungarian
Pomeako ; rr
Shevchenko's Testament. Annotated Commentaries
— at SOYUZIVKA
Aggression. by John Pancimk , ц 1.80
Hard Cover 4DJ Pages — Price: $15.00. A Dragan: Ukrainian National Association. Its Past A u g u s t it і a n d S e p t e m b e r 1,2 a n d 3,1973 (Labor Day Weekend)
and Present 1.20 SATUKL>AY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1973
SVOBODA Texas Shevchenko Bard of Ukraine by O. Doro- TENNIS TOURNAMENT
81-83 Grand Street Jersey City, N.J. 07303 shenko - .'_ - , , for individual СНАМРИЖ8НЕР8 of USCAK
Ukrainian National Movement by Stephen Shumeyko SWIMMING СОМРЕЛТГКЖ.
Dobrlaiu,ky L>: USA and the Soviet Myth and trophies of the for INDIVIDUAL and TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Dobrtansky L.;. ІЬв Vulnerable Russians UNA MEDALS & TROPHIES
Manning CI.: Ukrainian Literatnre , UKRAINIAN NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, SOYUZIVKA. in the following events: *J^
REV NICHOLAS В FISANICK. PASTOR, AND Chornovll Vyacheslaw: The GbornovU Papers SVOBODA THE UKRAINIAN WEEKLY, and the
MEMBERS OF THE FESTIVAL COMMITTEE A History of Ukraine — by W. Hruahevsky* Boys (8-10) — 25 m. free-etyle
wirome everyone to the Picture History of Eastern Europe by Ellsworth Ray Sportemaiwhtp Trophy of Mr*. MARY DUSHNYCK Boys (11-12) — 25 m. free-etyle
mond and John Stuart Martin Juniors (13-14) — 50 m. free-style and 50 m. breast-stroke
Qualifications: This competition is open to any player
Л \ \ Г А Ь AMERICAN John P. Paulue: Historicity of Pushkin's "Poltava"
The Ukrainians In America by Myron B. Kuropas whose club Is a member of USCAK.—Singles matchee are
Juniors (15-17) — 50 m. free-style
50 m. breast-stroke
UKRAINIAN FESTIVAL Marie Hahin Bloch: Aunt America scheduled In the following divisions: Men, Women, Senior
Men (46 and 56), Junior (Boys and Girls).
100 m. medley
Drawing by. Joan Berg 4.00 Men — 100 m. free-style
id Л а н і a co k<». P a . Marie Halun Bloch: The Two Worlds of Daniyan Juniors are persons aged 18 and under, while seniors 100 m. breast-stroke . V
OVER THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND Illustrated by Robert Quackenbush 8.93 4 x'50 m. free-style relay
Marie Halun Bloch: Marya of Clark Avenue 4.50 are those over 45 years of age. 4 x 50 m. medley relay
S<*pt<»inbor 1-а, 197.1 Marie Halun Bloch: Bern, Son of Mlkula
Illustrated by Edward Kozak _ 5.50
Registration for tennis matchee, including same, age,
division and the fee of $3.00 (juniors) and 96.00 (all
Girls (8-Ю) — 25 m. free-style
Girls (11-12) — 25 m. free-style
sponsored by the Marie Halun Bloch: Ivanko and the Dracon others) should be sent to: Juniors (13-14) — 50 m. free-style
HOLY TRANSFIGURATION CHURCH, An old Ukrainian Folk Tale 4.95 Juniors (15-17) — 50 m. free-style and 50 m. breast-stroke
Hanover Section of Nanticoke Msrie Halun Bloch: Ukrainian Folk Tales George M. Knpchynsky Women — 50 m. free-style and 50 m. breast-stroke
Illustrated by J. Hnisdovsky 8.50 22 Calam Avenue 4 x 25 m. free-style
Sunday, September 2, at 10:30 a.m. A Study ef Vasyi 8tefaayk by D. S. Struk, Univer Oselnlng, N.Y. 10562 . Registration, Including name, club, agd, group and •
Pontifical Fteld Liturgy before the Blessed Virgin Mary sity of Toronto. Foreword by G. S. N. Lucky] 88.50 event (except relays) should be sent not later than
Grotto: A Little Touch of Drama by Valerian Pidmohylny. Registrations should be sent not later than August Wednesday, August 29. 1973 to: Г*І*5"А і
Celebrant — Most Kev. Bishop BASIL LOSTEX. Translated from Ukrainian by George S. N. and 20, 1973. No additional applications will be accepted before Mr. J.D. Rubel, *&**
S.T.L.D.D., Auxiliary Bishopf assisted by lue-il clergy: Molra Luckyj. Introduction by George Shevelov, the competition, since the schedule of matchee will be 211-05 29th Ave.. Baystde, N.Y. 11860
Responses — St. Nicholas Church Choir of Mlnersville.
- Columbia University 7.50 worked out ahead of time. Tel.: (212) BA 4-2170
Pa.. John Semeniuk, director: George 8. N. Lucky: Modern Ukrainian Short Sto Late registration will be held on Saturday, Sep. 1,
Open Air Concert* Sunday afternoon and evening. ries (Parallel Text Editton( : 8.50 All players in men's division will assemble at 12 noon 1973, from 9:30 a.m. at Soyuzivka swimming pool.
St. Mary*» Choral and Dim.- (iron» of McAdoo. Pa.. Nicholas L. Fr. Chirovsky: A History of the Russian on Friday, August 31, at the Veselka Pavilion, for elimina Swimming meet will be held on Saturday, September
Empire ', 1 15.00 tion rounds. 1, beginning at 11:00 a.m. with finals in the afternoon
Very Rev. Bohdan Levytaky, director. Diplomacy of DoeMe Morality — Europe's cross-* Players in the men's division, eliminated tn Friday's (same day).
Six popular orchestras, continuous free entertainment. orads In Carpatho-Uknaine ИИ9-1939 by Peter preliminaries, can enter a consolation tourney, with finals Registration fee $1.00 per person.
Ukrainian foods, refreshments, many bazaar booths G. Stercho 15.00 scheduled for Monday. Swimmers may enter or participate in one .division
and games. Ukraine and American Democracy by Luke Wyahuha .50 (one age group) only, except relays,
Free admission — Free parkin*. Please send remittance by check or money order (no Reservations should be made Individually by the competitors by writing to:
Best Ukrainian festival Hi Northeastern Pennsylvania. cash) Including postage for 1 book 14* and 5% Tax for Soyuzivka, Ukrainian National Ase'n Estate, Kerhonkson, N.Y. 12448; (914) 826-5841
DIRECTIONS: Take Northeastern extension of the Penn New Jersey residents to: This Tennis Tournament and Swimming Meet is dedicated
sylvania Turnpike on routes 40. SI Nanticoke exit 14 on 81-83 Grand Street Jersey City, N.J. 0 7 3 0 3
route 81 proceed to Hanover section of Nanticoke. to the 50th Anniversary of the KLK
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