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'THERE la no use at this time to go Into detail concerning i t The ^^ Л а Ш А Я Ц « н м M » * W . 4 k n * * Л А М А Н А ^ І* dailies have more than covered i t C**r«b**tT.#4V*«v*A opinions on it VlflTTdS Everyone's А Г Д М І А М Я А»Ч 1+ have been aired by this time, including the silly and irresponsible oneof a U.S. Senator to the effect that West Point and Annapolis should be abolished. But here are some of our thoughts* ^" In the matter. more privileged category than their Firstly, it is definitely a scandal non-athletic fellow cadets. that as many as ninety of the cadets It is Interesting to note In this cheated during the examinations. connection that to date not one Of course, some cynically-minded of the accused cadets has shown a Individual, who cribbed (a eu­ sign of remorse or contrition for phemistic term for cheating) plen­ cheating. The attitude, of all has ty during his college' days, may rather been one of sullen defilance. say that it is a scandal that as After all, everybody does I t " ' many as 90 cadets were found to be It is exactly this attitude which, cheating. paradoxical though may it appear, 54 в З л . Д . Америки; 7* Закордоном Теж, „Свободи": BEfgen 14-0237 — Тел. У. Н. Союзу: BErgen 4-101Є jJjK?? 5* in the United States; 7# Elsewhere However this is West Point. somewhat mitigates their offense. Honor, integrity and character are For they were conditioned to think WEEKLY: No. 33 JERSEY CITY and NEW YORK, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1951 VOLUME XIX prime requisites of those whom the that way, by a system which made American people sent there to train them a privileged class at the to become the leaders of American Academy. P R O F . SOMAN SMAL-STOCKI national defense. That code must If anyone is to be punished for PROMOTED TO FULL be rigidly adhered too. Once one this sullying of the proud and hon­ PROFESSORSHIP permits transgression of- it, just orable name of the West Point "Once again the Soviet Ukraine the rebel leader Stephen Bandera. The very fact that Pravda sees is showing itself to be a thorn Professor Roman Smal-Stockl, as transgression of any moral law, Academy, of its honor and in­ tegrity, it should be those Point in the collective flesh of the Mos­ fit to print these normally unmen­ distinguished Ukrainian scholar then the sky can be the limit In regards the Individual cadets authorities who allowed this sys­ cow Politburo" — is the opening tionable names at all is. in Crank- and lln'guistc authority of interna* Senator McCarran of Nevada has world war and tension will exist. sentence of a special dispatch by shaw's estimation, an indication of tiona! reputation, was recently pro­ involved in the case, we definitely tem to flourish. come out with a flatright recom­ The Senator's proposals were link­ the prominent British journalist, the depth of the Kremlin's con­ * moted to full professorship at Mar­ feel sorry for them. The elated mendation that the Soviet Russian ed up by what he says is the real Edward Crankshaw, which appear­ cern with the loyalty of Ukraine. In this connection we cannot help quette University where he has dismissal of them will In all prob­ dictatorship be overthrown "by all weakness of the "Voice of Amer­ ed in London's Observer and Tor­ "It is a loyalty which will never lectured since hie arrival here fol­ ability warp their lives and careers. but think that erring generals fare means at our disposal, in concert ica." In a sense they are the victims far better than cadets. The punish­ onto's Globe and Mail (August 4). be won by the Stalin regime," lowing the last war. with the subjects of that dictator­ "Effective propaganda," he says, During the last few weeks Mos­ Crankshaw says. Prof. Arthur P. Coleman, presi­ of the overemphasized system of ment being meted out to the 90 ship." j, "is inseparable from effective na­ cow's Pravda has been engaged in He goes on to say that the great dent of the American Association competitive athletics, indulged not cadets is far more drastic than To this end, Mr. McCarran pro­ tional policy. If the official policies a sustained attack on the spirit bulk of displaced persons who re­ of Teachers of Slavic and East Eu­ only by colleges but by West Point that given most generals who get poses: of the democratic nations and espe­ of Ukrainian nationalism, Crank­ fuse to return back are Ukrainians. ropean Studies, congratulated pro­ itself. To have a winning team! in trouble. "Maximum support for under­ cially the United States, remain shaw brings o u t Inside Ukraine, the smoldering re­ fessor Smal-Stocki in the following To draw huge crowds to the ArmyThe generals, with one excep­ ground insurgent groups inside the hesitant and confused, we can con­ Navy team. And, we may remark, tions in recent years, have been get­ Ostensibly, the attack is confined sistance of the peasants was message: Communist sphere of control." vey only a sense of our weakness to Ukrainian literature, but it is brought to life again by contact to draw a huge gate. ting off much more lightly. Either "Your distinguished record as a The Nevada Senator also recom­ and moral jitters. Under those clearly written between the lines with newcomers from what had It cannot be said that West Point nothing Is done to them or they mends the breaking up of diplo­ circumstances the enlargement o f that in attacking certain Ukrain­ hitherto been Polish Ukraine, who scholar and your vigorous opposi­ goes out and recruits every foot­ are permitted to retire on pensions matic and commercial relations facilities for transmitting our mes­ ian writers Moscow is in reality fought against the collectivization tion to Communism have set a noble example before us, your col­ ball player on its squad. Nor can or they're transferred to other, with a l l Communist countries; the sage can even prove harmful, for attacking every aspect of Ukrain­ as bitterly as their eastern cousins it be said that athletic prowess and posts. leagues. expulsion of the .Kremlin govern­ the message itself may be defec­ ian" life — and in unusually men­ had fought a generation earlier. Latest on the list of generals "May you long work for the skill are the sole admission re­ ment and its puppets from all de­ tive. In the struggle for the mind acing fashion, he adds. In conclusion of his lengthy dis­ freedom of the United States of quirements demanded of team mem­ who have been involved In scandals cent democratic society, including and soul of mankind, sheer quanti­ 'The fact that Moscow, after patch, which was prominently America, Ukraine, and for' those bers; hence the expense - paid la Brig. Gen. David J. Crawford. the United Nations; the formal ty is no substitute for quality." thirty years of harshly repressive featured in both the Observer and "cram" c o u r s e s - offered those As bead of the Detroit Tank Ar­ who treasure their heritage." condemnation of the Soviet rulers players who would be an asset to senal the general admitted accept­ The foregoing is what many an action, should find it necessary to the Globe and Mail, Crankshaw for a long array of specific crimes the team but who nonetheless, roust ing personal favors from companies American observer has been saying denounce Ukrainian nationalism stresses that "still, after the un­ against humanity—forced labor, for months. It stresses the fact says a good deal for the strength told suffering of the Ukraine at BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED pass their entrance examinations. with whom be was negotiating con­ police terror, genqcide, denials of But. it Is undeniable that at West tracts, and using government mat-' that when American foreign policy and bitterness of feeling in that the hands of the Germans, after elementary civil rights, and many One of the important activities Point, aa elsewhere, football (or erial for his own purpose. is weak our official propaganda is sadly-battered land," the writer the deportations and the harsh more; open and effective coopera­ party purge of fifteen months ago. that takes place during a conven­ basketball) players receive special points o u t His punishment consisted of a tion with the hundreds of thou­ weak. The main reason for failures At the height of its outburst the spirit of nationalist resistance tion ia the preparation and adop­ inducements and benefits, which public reprimand by the Secretary in the past has been the strange sands of fugitives from Commun­ Pravda names two figures, leaders to the Kremlin rule remains so tion of resolutions. This important are denied- other students. So it of Army Frank Pace, Jr. and' a ism now living miserably in West­ inconsistency that has character­ of Ukrainian nationalism and sep­ strong that the Moscow Central job has to be done in a relatively Is., not unreasonable to suppose transfer to Army Headquarters in ized the speeches of the highest ern Europe and on the fringes of short time by a committee of per that they regard themselves as be­ Germany at no loss in rank or pay. .Ofl&cials of the United States—the aratism, one of whom has not been Committee finds it 'necessary to the Asiatic continent. • --rexpressed belief that Kremlin can mentioned in public in Russia for abandon for the moment the pre- eons selected at the convention ing- in a somewhat different and So there you are! As more than one observer has reform, can become honest, can many years, the other of whom tense that all Is well and t o launch | Preparation of resolutions la lm pointed out, Mr. McCarran's pro­ rid itself of its evil conspiracies "has never, to my knowledge," been a major campaign'of propaganda portant becauee the resolutions gram may seem drastic to some, that are adopted are publicized mentioned all: Semen Petlura and and veiled threats against i t but it is a logical, and forthright just by watching the build-up of widely. ; ^ $260,000 NEEDED IMMEDIATELY American military strength. program which sooner or later will ^ijn, oxdex-to nelfeve some я О & & _ ftrta," .. • ' %ft*"j -~ Mr- МсСаггаж -4©с1агея that have to be adopted -"by'The Western »Uff»>jeiSWUyg pressure'thatW?«to!utMHfl com- • •CTST? ^ American propaganda ajainst Com­ nations because k,ia the only ap­ mlttee must work under, ft was de­ The Ukrainian • Congress Com-1 The work of t h e UCCA, does not proach which will gain support be­ munism has been "foredoomed be­ cided at the last UYL-NA conven­ mlttee ot America appeals to all I concern the fate of just one indihind the Iron Curtain and prevent cause it was geared to appeasement tion that resolutions should be you Americans of Ukrainian de- J vidual. The fate of the entire Uk­ scent to pay j'our 1951 National rainian nation depends upon you. - a third world war. As long as the of the enemy." He says it offers There is a new hard core of anti- couples, rather than to return to sent to the executive secretary pre­ It is the moral duty of each and present rulers of the Soviet Union no hope or help to the peoples be­ Communism in Akron, Ohio. R is their homeland under Soviet Rus­ vious to the convention. The exe­ Fund assessment Your most generous contribu- every American of Ukrainian de­ remain in power, Che danger of a hind the Iron Curtain. on McCoy, street The Akron sian despotism chose the DP cutive secretary would combine, Beacon Journal calls it "the little camps—and clung to the hope of similar resolutions and prepare tions In 1950 ($102,540.40) en­ scent to support the Ukrainian Lib­ them for conaideratlon of the reso­ abled the Ukrainian C o n g r e s s eration Movement, and thereby a new life America Ukraine." "The antipathy of the Ukrain­ lutions committee. This would be Committee to forge ahead with also support our country, America, Helen Waterhouse of the news­ paper describes i t She writes that ians for things Russian," Water- done before the convention and this vitally Important work. Your in her fight against Communist ag­ contributions have aided many Uk­ gression. McCoy la an old street, lying be­ house writes, "extends far beyond would save time. The Ukrainian Cong, лз Com­ Organizations are asked to send rainian displaced persons to come tween E. High and S.. Main. Once, the present Communist regime and in an earlier time, it was a strong­ has its roots in the struggle for in­ in now any resolutions or ideas to America; have helped Ukrain­ mittee of America extends its deep­ dependence and freedom from the for resolutions, that they may be ian Institutions. In their humanitar­ est thanks to you, and renews its hold of the Welsh and the Irish. interested in. The proper wording ian and cultural projects. Your appeal. Now the block-long thorough­ Tsars." fare overflows * with sturdy tow- "Oppressed for centuries — be­ of resolutions and the preparing contributions have helped, through Let your conscience be your the combined efforts of the UCCA guide. Headed by a united chorus of representation of dancers from the headed youngsters, most of them cause the wheatlands of Ukraine of resolutions from ideas will be and the Pan-American Ukrainian young people from Detroit and sur­ very known Club Boyan, hosts to concentrated around two big, old are a rich prize—the people there taken care of. Please include the Give immediately, and give Conference, to bring the matter of rounding areas, organized espe­ many guests from out of town apartment houses at Nos. 183 and have made an unsung but valiant name of the organization that is the Ukrainian National Liberation doubly. fight to retain their own language, sponsoring the resolution. cially for the 14th Annual Conven­ and well known for its spirit and 185. Movement before the forum of the You will then know deep in your tion of the Ukrainian Youth's dancing ability. Directed by Marion Send all resolutions to Michael, United Nations. Until they came to McCoy street, customs and culture. heart that you are helping yourself Senyk, the group promisee to the only life the children had League of North America, several "That these people now willingly Wichorek, UYL-NA Executive Sec­ In 1951. your contributions are and also helping to liberate Uk­ of the most outstanding singing give one of its most inspiring per­ known was that of the displaced and gladly accept a new land and retary. 13814 Vassar Drive, De­ doubly needed. The program of raine. and dancing ensembles from among formances come Labor Day and persons camps in Europe. a new language is no small tes­ troit 35, Michigan. Help the Ukrainian Congress the UCCA cannot be halted now. our young generation Ukrainian the convention. Many of the families were form­ timonial to the America that the More effort must be spent, and Committee of America to attain Americans will join in making the From Syracuse, New York will ed in Germany, the fathers unwill­ Russians have vilified." more contributions must be made. its goal. Detroit festival one of the greatest come the Ukrainian Male Chorus of ing workers in Hitler's labor camp, Already 60 families have come SERGEANT IS OFF FOB ROOKIE Ukrainian musical events ever Syracuse directed by Myron Ya- the mothers refugees from their DRILL WITH AJR FORCE to Akron and arrangements are presented in North America. worsky. This group, remembered native Ukraine. being made to bring 30 more. Joseph Slawsky, 21, of 212 Za* Hryhory Kytasty, director of for its tremendous^ performance of When the war was ended the The newcomers—as yet—do not brieskie street, Jersey City, N. J., "Hamaliya" at the Syracuse con­ the entire festival and organizer know much English.. They will who joined the air force with the and conductor of tfte Detroit group, vention's Music and Dance Festi­ follow the path blazed by their rank of sergeant left last Monday Over a week ago two New Vork that "Mayor Villani and/or any has labored long and hard with all val, will present some of its finest 14th Annual Convention a truly pastor, Father Volodimlr Fedeles, for Sampson Air Base, Sampson, Post reporters puffed about the and all members of the City Com­ selections at the forthcoming De­ memorable affair. the facilities at his command in of the little Ukrainian Catholic New York where he will be re­ steaming city seeking signatures mission be shot at sunrise." Finally from the Empire City it­ Church at 185 Abel street order to make the f4th Conven­ troit convention. Although not quired to take basic training with to a petition containing nothing tion memorable for all those who widely known until the Syracuse self, New York, Walter Bacad's The Justice Department's duty is Himself a DP, the prieat came three stripes on his arm. more lethal than quotations from clear. attend this coming Labor Day festival this group has been work­ Ukraine Dancers will offer a num­ After basic, he will be sent to the Bill of Rights. It was just an ing strenuously for many years ber of Ukrainian folk dances In here ignorant of the English weekend conclave. Here are citizena of a great furthering the cause of Ukrainian their traditional style. This group, tongue. He went to night school Washington air force headquarters experiment on public reaction. Well Despite the many difficulties, the American city openly urging that music in America. Organized pri­ well known to those who attended to learn it. The others will learn, with the 1061st Communications just 19 out of the 161 citizene ap­ great transit Лгіке in Detroit etc., It The others will learn, one way Squad. proached dared sign their names. their civic authorities be "liquid­ the young people continued to at­ marily by the boys who wanted to the three great festivals and last or another. ated." Slawsky, a teletype coding ex­ On the other side of the river, tend rehearsals and finally after sing for their own pleasure, the year's convention In New York Imagine such a thing happening Most recent arrival is Nicholas pert and decoding machine expert some fifteen miles distant, in New­ Syracusse Male Chorus has discov­ City, has been most sctive during many hours of hard work the with the Transmitter Equipment ark, N. J., the city editor of the in Moscow, or Kiev or in sny place ered that they cannot sing for the entire year, dancing for various Dumanskls, 37. famed, former conductor of the Manufacturing Co. of New York Star-Ledger tried a similar experi­ behind the Iron Curtain. themselves alone. No matter where organizations and winning first Bandurists managed to weld the for the past three years was in ment He drafted his own petition But aside from t h a t it ia inter­ PITTSBURGH BRANCHES youthful singers Into a well knit | they may be the remarkable spirit, prize at the Mineola, N. Y. State stalling transmitters at the Pen­ —a neat blend of the nonsensical esting to note that when the Post Fair.' singing ensemble. Following the. the natural instinct for music and OBSERVE U.N.A. tagon Building in Washington hut and the incendiary—and sent two tried to peddle the BUI of Rights In addition to the above men­ convention the Detroit group may the vast pleasure of singing to­ The Pittsburgh U.N.A. branches June when he learned the Army of his reporters through Market, the public fled hi panic But when gether attracts audiences both tioned groups the world famous well continue on to further glory Broad, Halsey streets and the en­ its contemporary across the river, Bandurists Chorus will appear un­ in the Pittsburgh area combined on had need of his type of worker. and singing pleasure as some of Ukrainian and American alike. tongue In cheek, calls for the rope He appeared before officers, de­ virons. From Chicago will come the Uk­ der the direction of Volodymir Sunday, August 5, to .celebrate the other noted- choral groups of The two staff members returned and gun, it does a brisk business. Bozhyk. In addition, the very pop­ U.N.A. Day The affair was held at monstrated his skills, and received the Youth League which were also rainian Male Chorus of Chicago, sergeant's rsting after an impres­ triumphant. Exactly a third of the v Can it be that anything couched organized for the express purpose condueted by M. Pozdniak,- active ular former baritone with the Ban­ West View Park. Principal epeaker was U.N.A. sive exhibition, the Jersey Journal 99 Newarkers approached had af­ in the ancient language of freedom of singing at a.UYL-NA conven­ more than ever before during the durists and soloiBta in some of Eu­ reporta fixed their names to a petition automatically sounds dangerous tions, such as the Ukrainian Youth past year in Chicago musical life. rope's largest opera houses and President Dmytro Halyehyu. who "I guess I will take a lot of rib­ whose final sentence was a prayer today? biter also spoke over.a local radio Chorus of N. Y. and N. J. directed Under its new director and benefit­ featured singer with several Amer­ bing," he said. by Stephen Marusevich, w h i c h ting from the membership of many ican opera companies, Michael Min- station concerning the work of the But, he added, he intends to aky will take part in the Detroit Ukrainian Congress Committee, of eventually developed into the Me­ former displaced persona this cho- UYL-NA 14th Convention's Fes­ which he is vice-president stay In the Air Force for thirty of 48 Western avenue, who was Air Medal with eight oak leaf tropolitan Area Committee Chorus Another speaker was U,N.A. years and "since I am going to also a communications expert, was clusters and the Purple Heart that presented .the famous New runs has been climbing steadily In tival of Ukrainian Music and Joseph's mother, Mrs. Helen the esteem of Chicago music lovers. Dance. Sunday. September 2, 1951 Br. 161 secretary Andrew Jula. make, a cereer out of it L might reported missing in action in 1945, York festivals for the past several The rally was conducted, hy ILN.A. as well start from the top as any­ after a lone plane bombing mission Slawsky, Is a member of Branch In Detroit the chorus will offer its in Detroit's Masonic Temple, the years. over Japan. He was awarded the 171 of the Ukrainian National As­ largest and finest concert hall In Branch 276 president John Nowa- where." Together with the united chorus finest selections, and join In with - His uncle, S g t John Slawsky, Dbtlngulshed Flying Cross, the sociation. . kiwsky. from the Motor City there will be the other ensembles In making the the Motor City.

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Kremlin Aims Menacing Blast at Ukraine

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. j By PROF. ROMAN SMAL-STOCKI Ever since its inception the Uk- another plan of appointing organ­ line. Besides, the distances be­ Marquette University ainian Youth's League of North izers should be proposed. The head tween Canadian settlements were (2) America has been attempting to organiser, who Is.usually the presi­ (Continued) (Continued) (2) so vast that no priest for a long However, Stalin's haste was not cow leads the masses is that of the work out some sort of a workable dent of the local'area committee, The First Death daily bread, it would take years time dared to brave them. And in my opinion due to these reasons Communist world revolution for plan for the organization of it* should act as head man to his dis­ and years, and that in the end yet people needed food for their Another experience that belongs Rather, it was necessitated by the the "establishment of the World organizers, which, in turn, would trict but more important he should they would have no teeth with physical sustenance. to the first ones, and which was political and ideological implica­ Soviet Union." The Soviet Union turn around and organize the gen­ be responsible for submitting for which to chew It. perhaps the betterest, was their im­ tions of Marr's doctrines for Soviet has, it тяїпїяіпя. solved the "na­ eral membership of clubs social appointment various individuals Arrival of First Priest What troubled them in addi­ mense grief* caused by the death of Russia's cultural and political pro­ tional problem once and forever" sport and cultural. To date it has from all the phases of Ukrainian And it was a blessed day when paganda after its post-World Wai through the "absolute equality of not succeeded, mainly due to the activities. These organizers should one of them—a mere child, but what tion at the beginning was the ex­ mitigates the fear of death is the cessive heat, and the mosquitoes the priest at long last arrived. It П expansion. Moscow's sphere 0 . ill nations, languages, cultures" in yearly turnover of officers and the enjoy c e r t a i n privileges and thought that one will lie buried in to boot, especially the mosquitoes. was both a cheerful apd tearfu) oc­ influence Included East Germany the Soviet Union. "Join us—do not dropping off of various member throughout they, should be guided, aided and encouraged by the ex­ one's native soil, among one's own They used all means possible to get casion for them as they, before re­ Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary miss the bus! Every nation out­ organizations. Previously the various member* ecutive secretary whose main task Here, in this strange country, even rid of the swarming plague. Wom­ ceiving Communion, embraced, for­ Rumania, Bulgaria in Europe side the Soviet Union is Invited!" In an organization such as the the remote thought of dying war en would even follow the plowers giving each other their faults and China and Korea in Asia. A tre At the same Marr's theory of of the executive board carried on horrifying. And it was poignant with smoking pots to drive away transgressions. The priest remain­ mendous bulk of the population o.' itages Introduced a virtual hier- the duties of head organizers and it Youth League sh&uld be organiza­ indeed for them to fill in that first the insects, but nothing helped. As ed with them a few days during our planet—some 800 millions—an \rchy among the nations of the was through their efforts, contact* tion rather than' secretarial work. grave and to see the first rustic the author says, "The only seemed which he performed various reli­ forced to rotate around the Com Soviet Union and the world,' de­ and work that some sort of-a sya: Any efficient yoimjpiady who is sec­ cross rise over it, the witness of to anger them more, and they set­ gious services and offices, both in­ munist sun of the Kremlin. Foi nouncing the very idea of equality. tern was established. However, retary by day could certainly be the grim fact that Canada had be­ tled again with redoubled fury on dividually and collectively, such as these masses, Moscow has tw< What nation likes to learn from even at its best the entire organiza­ called upon to lighten the load of routine paper work for the execu­ gun to accept them as her own. the sweating bodies of men and christenings, marriages, sealing ideologies. Soviet linguistics that its language tional program of the League was tive secretary. ** And as they buried the child whose beasts and did their best, or worst the graves, hearing confessions, e "backward, obsolete, frozen, far from perfect Front Organizations Here One of the main faults with the weak constitution could not with-" to make life miserable. Everybody preparing the children for the Furthermore, it should be estab­ without any hope of future develop­ entire League system of appoint­ lished at the forthcoming conven­ stand the rigors of the new habitat groaned in pain from those peats Sacrament. And when he left them, The first is Pan-Slavism. Th« ment,", and virtually sentenced to it must have surely dawned on which drove them almost to mad­ they did not feel too badly, because Soviet Union appears to the gulli ieath ? What non-Russian Commu­ ing organizers has been the fact tion in Detroit that there be a them that that is their country and ness. One can well Imagine what they were now uplifted in mind ble West as the successful realize nist likes to have his own mother that there has been no one person more reasonable and fair represen­ that one day they too would be mosquitoes were like in those dayi and spirit, eager and determined tlon of "Slavic unity." Since 1941 tongue and his national feelings in­ acting as chief organizer. The ap­ tation on the local area committee when these prairies were full of to build themselves a church and taken up by her forever. sulted in this way by Soviet linguis­ pointment of the executive sec­ boards, mainly'among the organ* swamps as yet undained. It is not to get, if not a residing minister, and especially since World War H retary brought promise that per­ Izers, bf young people between the tics? generally known but it Is a fact at least a visiting one. That urge Pan-Slavism has become a most haps this position might be filled. ages of seventeen,' and twenty one. The First Canadian Birth Thus, inside the Soviet Union all important Soviet weapon, not onlj that those insects were the cause was soon realized. However, instead undertaking the These youths впри Id have the bene­ the non-Indo - European languages among Russia's Slavic neighbon Another highlight in the life of why some settlera, not too many task of travelling about the coun­ fit of their own leaders participat­ but also in South America, Canadi were denounced by Man* as "obsotheir community was the first birth returned to the Old Land. Things try, meeting the various League ing in the executive board meetings Schools and Schooling and especially in the United States "ete, backward language systems." that happened shortly after their of course, improved shortly after, workers, making new contacts and and the knowledge that comes with The Finno-Ukric, Turkic and Mon­ Their religious needs more or There are in this country specia' arrival. It was quite an event when when the swamps disappeared and establishing a definite system of first hand representation at major the first Canadian arrived in their when new machinery saved the less taken care of, they turned Pan-Slav organizations with man} golian languages were even classed organization the executive secre­ League meetings/. To date these ramifications, listed by the At as systems of the secondary period, midst,-and it was almost in awe men toil and torture. But the very their attention to cultural matters. tary has limited his labors to more youngsters have 'done very little if And the next item on that program torney General as "front" organi­ зиг-viving fossils! Thus Insulted routine secretarial tasks. that they .looked at him. They did beginning was hell Indeed. anything towards joining, aiding was the establishment of a school zations for the subversion of th( were the Karelo-Flnns, the Uzbeks, not dream) as yet of calling them­ Another difficulty has been the or merely working with the UYLThere is no doubt that those system. They already had a post United States. Moscow included ir the Kazakhs, the Azerbaijanians, selves Canadians, for they still pioneers were a god-fearing, religi office, and had named the locality Its sphere of influence the leading the Kirgizes, the Turkomen, the Es­ appointment of certain individuals NA. The organizer more than any­ considered themselves as belonging ous people. The need for a church Lipa after the name of their village European centers of Slavonistics ir. tonians, all having their own "na­ who ate active in their own circle one else should* be responsible for" to the country of their origin. But felt itself among them from the in Western Ukraine. And that, by Cracow, Prague and Sofia. Be­ tional republics"; and also the rest but have no contacts, usually be­ bringing them into the fold. that little fellow had one over very beginning, especially keenly the way, was the manner In which sides, Slavic Comparative and Indo of the non-Russian peoples forcibly cause they have little in common The Detroit Convention can dis­ them. He had only one country, during the religious feasts with many of the districts In Canada European Philology are taught by included in the Russian Federative or lack time , with youngsters to and that country was Canada. In sport clubs, etc. It is not an easy cuss what it desires but it will not which so many of their national got their names. That custom of special chairs in the universities ol Socialist Republic and enjoying that respect, and politically speak­ be doing a complete job if it doesn't customs are connected. Church giving names, of course, was not re­ all these satellite countries, even in "national republics" (the Tatars, task to find any one person that ing, that screaming and pulling can be equally at home with a place on the agenda concrete plans feasts among the village folk are stricted to the Ukrainians; it was Rumania and HungaryBashkirs, Buryat-Mongolians, Kobabe was more important than bunch of kids to a sporting club, a for district organizers. The future generally occasions for celebration followed by other national groups Now, how could Soviet Moscow mle, Marie, Mordovians, Chuvoshes, group of music lovers and an or of the Ukrainian' Youth's League they. And they knew it. and merry-making. And these first as well. conduct this Pan-Slavic propagan­ Yakuts, etc.) ganlzation of semi political inter of North America 'depends upon a They began to break the ground settlers often experienced a nostal­ We learn that the Russian Com­ ests. Since such individuals are da, based on a special ethnic, cul­ and cultivate the soil at once. gic feeling when they recalled the proper selection ої organizers and Registration tural, linguistic kinship of the munist Party had to deal with a Some of them however, felt the good old times they used to have difficult to find it would seem that I their ability to work. Slavic group, when the linguistic growing undercurrent of "National wilderness weigh too heavily upon on those holy days in their native Through their post office they theory of Marr, approved by the linguistic opposition" to Moscow them, especially the young ones, regions. suddenly became aware that there Communist Party as Marxist- because Marr'e stage theory rep­ and they were lured to the town was a government In Canada, a c Leninist wisdom, did not recognize resented an officially approved dis­ пишу miles away. Others had to Religions Roots government which desired to have Slavic kinship at all? On the one crimination against the mother go to towns and cities in order to some control over them; for the hand, Moscow "realizes the Pan- tongues of these non-Russian peo­ In leaving one's native land a earn enough money to buy the first postman, one of their own, Slav idea" and proclaims itself "the ples. Marr's stage theory estabperson cannot leave behind him hie things necessary for successful And there's always time. There is either not enough pr too was entrusted with the task of farming. What they needed most household gods if he wishes to registering their births, marriages, big brother and protctor of Slavic I lished "master-race languages," No matter who, w h a t or where,' much of it but H i s alwayB Йегвттand doomed the "backward obso- everyone is subject to the rule of a was cattle, horses, hoga. And these preserve a healthy spirit and p | moving along o deaths. The news of that they nations.. іпаЦа th# Soviet sphere W*r and In the whole world." On the lete languages" to die o u t Thus time. 'they bought for the money they mind In new surroundings . tog away patiently. received with some gloom, because cannot be torn away from one's other hand the Marxist-Leninist the Marxist teaching of language earned in urban centres. From the humblest to the proud­ the word "registration" had for It's amazing what a year, a day, root and live; at best one can be linguistics of Marr denounce this established, In effect, "Jim Crow" est, time knows no earthly master. them an evil import. In the Old only rooted out and transplanted. Pan-Slav ideology of the Soviet compartments for all non-Indo- People waste it, save it, kill it,— an hour, or even,a "y^nd can do The First Job—How Obtained Country whenever their names were to a person. «• • And as with plants, so with hu­ government as a "humbug, ra­ European and Semitic languages, It is interesting to follow them man beings—it takes some time registered anywhere it meant for cism and fraud of bourgeois lin­ according to the language stage— yet no one can stop it. It remains Time is: Ignored and adored, as they went about getting their for both to catch in a new and them either long military service, guistics," thus chopping off all four like the discrimination on the basis only for God to lift His hand and bought and sold, intangible yet a first jobs. None of them knew Eng­ strange soil.—Such things as Christ­ excessive fines, or merciless extor­ legs of the Soviet Pan-Slavic Tro­ of color in some Southern Ameri­ halt time. commodity, a weapon and a play­ But man eats, breathes, Bleeps, lish, of course, and so could not mas and its customs cannot be tion in the'form of taxes both legal jan horse on which Soviet Moscow can states. After the rebellion] of thing. But it is- never anything ask for work. The only thing they forgotten or foregone, no matter and illegal. In each case, registra­ parades In the Slavic satellite Tito, the Communist Party nerv loves, lives, and dies to time. more than itself—a measurement Time causes success and failure, of duration. could do was to look around and see where one Is. And Christmas to tion meant dealing with the hated states and hopes to reinvade Yugo- ously Investigated the question birth and death, joy and sadness, what they could do. If, for ex­ the Ukrainians is a much more gendarmes and perhaps jail. They slavia. Since time is.the fourth dimen­ Does not Marr's theory provoke growth and decay, and, above all, ample, they saw a pile of wood in poetic season than It is to the were as yet unaware of Canadian sion, and yet ф be overcome, you Titoiem inside the USSR and its change. And who Is defending the Soviet a yard, they immediately set to Anglo-Saxon — with its star, frag­ (British) democracy. Although they government against its own Marr's sphere of influence? can only make the best of its on­ Time can accomplish anything, sawing or splitting it without even rant hay and sheaves, Holy Supper had been told that in Canada all Marxist-Leninlstcs But the greatest embarrassment from moving mountains to an­ ward movement as you wait for the by teaching people were considered equal, they asking the householder if they consisting of twelve dishes, In­ halt .„_, that a Slavic group really exists came after the victory of commu­ might do i t They took a chance, cense, symbolisms of fertility, had not yet seen democracy in ac­ and Marr's linguistics are humbug ? nism in China. The Chinese lan­ nihilating civilizations. For time stops at death. That's It heals and It kills. It brings In but in most cases that method carolling from door to door, con­ tion. The "bourgeois linguists" outside guage, according to Marr, is at the the new, proves the old. when eternity 'sleps to—and time worked. And they were certainly versing cattle, etc. It is true that the Soviet Union! A real "show for depths of backwardness and priGendarmes and Cops Time can be good, bad, or hard. is nothing in eiterjnlty. agreeably surprised when after a many of those customs are pri­ the gods"—a tragi-comic situation mitivlsm, the primary period, on When they came In actual con­ confronting the "universal genius" a par with the language of the full day's work they got as much mitive, naive, pagan, with much as fifty cents for their pains. In superstition attached to them, but tact with a policeman, they were with an embarrassing dilemma. African Hottentots. The Chinese, the Old Country the most they they are poetic nonetheless. And astounded, for they found that a Either he must liquidate all cen­ whose ancestors created a great MVR05LAVA got for working from sunup to sun­ as such they transformed for those Canadian cop was human; what ters of Slavistics inside the Soviet culture, philosophy and art while down was about a dime. Others first settlers this vast prairieland more—polite. Whoever heard of a sphere, and with them Pan-Slaviem, Europe was still in a deep sleep, As one gazes upon Mother Na­ Of labor that to; lasting fruit out­ went to work on extra gangs far into a fairyland, into an oasis of polite gendarme in the Old Coun­ or he must liquidate Marr's theory. must surely have regarded this ture, one not only beholds great grows .. . away from home, leaving their light and joy. As one of them try! All they got from a police­ classification as an extraordinary beauty, but, can also revel In her Far noisier schemes, accomplished womenfolk to tend the soil. And expresses himself: "Not one of man over there was terror, knocks, "World Soviet Union" service to mankind which " Is so achievement of Soviet linguistics. in repose, with almost superhuman effort us at that time had anything, nei­ blows, curses . . . nicely described In the following Too great for haste, too high for The second idea with which Mos(To be concluded) those hardy women plowed and ther behind nor before us, because poem by Matthew Arnold. rivalry. At the beginning it was with harrowed the ground, sewed the our Canada was a wilderness. But some reserve that these people ap­ Yes, while on* earth a thousand Quiet Work seed, and did all they could to with our bare hands we made proached the Anglo-Saxons al­ discords ring, make, the earth produce enough something out of it, and in it we ready settled In their vicinity, espe­ One lesson. Nature, let me learn Man's fitful uproar mingling with for their sustenance while their rooted firmly our Holy-~EVe and cially in nearby towns. For some from thee. By MIKOLA PRYCHODKO his toll, husbands worked hard to. make our Christmas." One lesson which in every wind Is Still do thy sleepless ministers reason the immigrants imagined ends meet. blown, move on, The same applied to Easter, only them to be as harsh masters as To the Editor of Saturday Night: had always been the victim of One lesson of two duties kept as Their glorious tasks in silence per­ . Writing to his friends in the Old to a lesser extent. What worried the were the overlords and stewards I read the interesting article aggression. one fecting; Country', one of them has this to settlers most at Easter time was in the Old Country. They were "Why Stalin Cries 'Peace' " by Ed. From my 24 years of life to the Though the loud world proclaim Still working, ; blaming still our say: "I worked all summer, be­ the fact that there was no priest however agreeably surprised t o " , Crankshaw, in the Saturday USSR and the careful study I have their enmity — vain turmoil \ cause I needed money, and in that to bless the eggs. And to a religi­ find their Anglo-Saxon neighbors Night, July 17, 1951. Included made of Russian politics I believe time I earned almost forty dollars ous Ukrainian Easter is no Easter far from being slave-drivers; оя among Me entirely true etatemente that both statements are Inac­ Of toil unsevered from tranquility; Laborers that shall not fail, when man is gone. and a cow which is worth fifty without blessed eggs. But no priest the contrary, they found them k i n d ' ^щ^ situation in the curate. dollars. In the Old Country you was to be had for several years and considerate. Especially those S R during the second world war, In conclusion,.' we should like 128 years, only four of which were Commenting on the statement of would have to slave- five full years yet. In domestic service could not get and now, and the sentiments of the to add: Secretary of State Acheson before a defensive war. Yet Moscow seems to earn so much." over the fact that they, In spite population, is one incorrect statethe House of Foreign Affairs Com­ to succeed in masking her aggres­ Oh! how lovely.life would be American-Canadian Differences of their lower Btatus, were treated , Another expresses himself in a mittee, June 26, 1951, the editorial sions as unavoidable acts of de­ If all men were, like thee — by their masters as a part of the Canadian pubic opinion and politisimilar vein: "It is strange what In the United States Ukrainian writer of New York Times says: fence, as in the case of her war Free from hatred,. prejudice and regarding the dangers things happen in this Canada. If immigrants were in a totally dif­ family. Such a thing was unheard " j fear "The Soviet rulers have followed with Finland. from.' . anyone had told me (a year ago) ferent position. There they settled of in the land they came the imperialist Russian tradition It may also be recalled that Rus­ Just work, respect and tolerate a . . . . . _ . . „,., . that I would ever in my life have in industrial and mining towns and There a maidservant was ., sert . ofI . , „ . . At the beginning of his article with only this difference: they have sian armies subjugated the nine nathrough the year. . _ ". . ° ,. „,. five head of cattle, ten pigs, a full lived in larger groups. It was slave, a menial. Here, on the other. _ , »mvc, » шеш «, Edward Crankshaw writes: "It added to Russian military power national republics which spontane­ yard of fowl. I would have told therefore easier to organize church hand, she belonged to the fireside,! . . . . .. . the weapons of Communist con­ ously arose on the territories of the r ? . . may seem paradoxical to say that him he was crazy." And yet that commitees there than it was in so to say, And . that was one of... . * . . _ > spiracy, subversion, psychological Russian Empire following the Re­ the only danger of Rus is what happened. That and much Canada where people settled in the the finest impressions the first set­ ' sia comes from thewar from long warfare and indirect aggression." volution in 1917, and against their popular (UKRAINIAN DAILY) more. northern prairies in small groups tlers received in those early and ing for peace; but it is true. The In his statement Mr. Acheson as­ will Included them in the USSR. FOUNDED 1893 and far from urban centres. In bleak days. Russians are the most peace-loving serted that Stalin's policies are This and all the other preceding Heat and Mosquitoes Й Й І Ф ? W f t « published dauv Misconceptions people In the world. They have merely an extension of expansion­ imperialistic acts whose sole pur­ f E S L the United States an industrial end. holidays by the Buffered too much and too often ist and aggressive policies conduct­ pose was the expansion of Russian The toil was not only back-1 worker had a tolerably eecure In his zeal to show how the Uk­ from war to believe that it can do ed by Russia in the lasl 500 years. breaking, often it was heart-break livelihood; in Canada a farmer had territory always met with the In his book **Toward the Un­ wholehearted support of the Rus­ ing. At times it was so hard that to begin from scratch and was rainian and Anglo-Saxon elements them any good at all." they were on the point of abandon­ never certain as to how he would tended to be taken with each other This brings to my mind an ana- derstanding of Russia", Polish sian people. Only the war with ипг ing everything and returning to the fare tomorrow. Here his position the author falls Into sheer exagge­ loguous statement made in the U. publicist W. Bonchkowski, confirms Japan was unpopular for reasons on Marchot Щ M g, 1879.і е Г І . c,t March Old Country; because it really was precarious and he could not ration by often presenting them S. 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to encourage belief and faith in flgSJtfN PREVIEW Navy's Bernle Botula of Pitts­ columnists, actor Danny Kaye has God, daily reading of the Bible, There are some young people who lowing month and was reinstatedburgh, Pa., one of the big heroes been telling producer Sam Goldwyn Joe read the Weekly avidly. He f*U$ftHfl $ S < » &nd regulaj at- are under the impression that Once again the old pigskin is bgnd^ftef 4 bouse pf wprshjp tind membership ijj the Ukrainian Na- took interest in his,branch activi­ thrown aroijnd with the same fam­ of the army game, |гШ be operating £ l "wolhef Gary Cpopej*' — Bob Sunday Цфооі*. Tfce sum total tlonjd. Association means nothing ties. He liked the idea of the an. iliar gusto which marks the begin­ from tfep genter |pqt qp qpenlpg ЩШИШ, 4Ur America^ basketball f enter at & Johp'8 University. of these objectives is to strength- *W$ Й?п fea.ylpg an Insurance nual elections every year; the ning of another gridiron season. day. роДсу. Tfea,t nujy ejplajtp why many members elected рЩсега from their Ш U*tons4 is ope qf Wake an religious Ufe in America. A n | in just a few в)іо# weeks, Forest's two good tackles, А 2Щ) The Ukrainian DP Soccer Club Vera %, її? *a*>*The У 2 1 In 1041 the Committee launched £f фе ypung fрДк fove not joined own group. When the U.N.A. start­ *9вШ Wi)i return/to fe njshttu} lb. Goliath, he Is expected to gar­ in Toronto has all the earmarks of ааИ in hia heart there Js go God! § reajly bjg^inie prgjsiMtifln. the fret Naftonal Bible Week. It the fraternal benefit society. Not ed Its athletic program Joe became PlWf M th? top ^ a & l in cpl- ner many honors this Fall. Q°m»$ 9ТЄ ^eyjahd have done J*9t pniy dpea it gpjoy ma|ftr rank­ •.. f was a success as have |hoee'that because they have anything against a member of the baseball team of legja.te 8pqr|s. ' abominable ІрідиНу: there U none tjave b^een held hi the third weefc U.N.A. membership, but because his branch; the team traveled to Щв writer, having always main­ USRAJNIANS Щ QRflANWRP e r amppgft the Tftrenio fe^a* tnatdoethgoodk * * ' hut it also p]aya against all .the of October, each year since then. they already have insurance in ogter & W t<f Й Й P*£er' UNA. tained that the Ukrainians were R.VSJEBALL fWaiting nftttonaj-teame. th^rabvW Seventh National Bible Week is other companies. Well, we're go­ teanw. foe |iked $ a t very much, high in their contributions to this In drawing цр ,р, Constitutiop ing to take the time this week to for he was making friends every­ Wapager Paql Chervjnko has his ceivipg seme heftitiiy publicity. the Founding Fathers were keenly to be held from October 15-21 this try to clear up thia little misunder­ where the team went Joe took great American sport, presents the labile Bjeara of the Sputherp (j^A) aware that the new nation they year. Congressman Walter H. standing "and show that U.N.A. active part in dance affairs spon­ following briefs from the advance Association rejijry piling. Up Pa The high scorers are Haba, $*owere creating could" live only if its Judd of Minnesota is chairman for membership is %hat' you inake ft sored by his branch; Then one day publicity prpchures of the many the middle of July, Mobile waa nyk, Pancaysbyn and ShebeJsky. ; Golfer Mike Elko, N. X State citizens turned, constantly to the thia event and under his able lead­ Back in 1934 Joe was asked to Joe was elected secretary of his ОЗ^Г eeHege elevens whiph Jub- an in-an-out dub, losing more oft­ Amateur Champion in IWfr Is P h > for guidanc* antf strength. ership, prospects are that it will ІоДп the U.N4- Й.Є was 1$ years branch' almost ипапітозіу and he etantjate Ще фгещцфщ^ cpn- en than winning and never getting jagajg competing f - {hat epveteo! They had read: ^Except the Lord be the most successful to date. any higher than sixth place. Then PW, had no knowledge of the Uk­ was such § good officer that he was teptlqn, qqjtfi prcqnlnentiy. build ihe Ьоиче they labor in Then, in ІЩ, the Ck>mm)itee in­ rainian language, and no idea that re-elected year after yegr. He was Johnny ?asco, who passed. Santa In mid-July, they came through P&tinqifon. Vain who build ^'..(Psalms 127:1) stituted NatiopaJ Sunday School anyone but the old folks were par­ also elected аз the delegate of his Clara to an prange Bpwl' victory with a devastating splurge of 10 Coach John Mlchejpsen will again Therefore, the Holy Bible, the Week. This, too, was attended by ticipating in Ukrainian community branch to the U.N.A. convention. over Kentucky two seasons ago, re­ victories in "if gamjgg which be top man for the Pittsburgh the Guidebook of.Civilization, be- success. It has been held each year life. The man who. had asked him When Joe got married his bride turns to handle the quarterback- brought them up tp Ш Pl ?e ip fSteelera. The other Ukrainian men«*•*', **• h*k^fcTwhfch America sjpce, and 8th Annual Sunday to Join the"tJ.N.A. explained that was a girl be met through hia U ing for the 'TBroncs."' His home­ t|»e lqop and they are «[Щ1 thfeat- tor in the NFL is Joe Stydahar of was founded. School Week be observed during he was trying to organize a youth N. A. activities. town is Chicago, Illinois. the Los Angeles Rams who did esiflg tp go evep higher. Mke Slkora, transfer stuctenj Pntflelder George Вдгеп of Ra- auch a great job last year, barely For a century and a half the the second week of April next branch; from him Joe learned what Today Joe is still secretary of from Indiana U. has already secur­ citizens of thia nation followed the Spring. theU.N.A. ^as аЦ about, ppjj when his branch. His wife is a U.N.A. ФЄУ, Pa., who played last season miaslng the big prise, the NFL pathway BO wisely charted for Numbered among those who en­ the map gave hhp a copy of The member and their two children are ed pne qffte tacHifslq^ ^ Qrfgqn. With Salisbury of the North Caro­ championship. them by the framers of the Consti­ dorse the Committee and }ts acti­ Ukrainian Weekly to read Joe was members. Joe has taken additional lina State (D) League, is now a PRQGEESS Captain. Bert Reehjcftax of Ten­ member of the U.S. Army. tution, with the result that Amer­ vities are governors, senators; cop amazed to see that young people hiaura^ce. tax h^se^ because in ica attained the, highest degree of gressmen, mayors, civic leaders, all over the country were taking 4JJ54ОД§ЯР-Tsaj ^ o w m e n t in­ nessee is considered the best all1935, the Ukrainian Najipnal Outfielder Steve Souchock of the ciYiUzation the^ world has ever military leaders, business and in active interest in all phases of Uk­ surance will become payable in round performer in the Southern Detroit Tigers always bats clean­ Association had 30,400 membepj Conference. He is safety man, up against left-handed pitchers. and the pro-Russian Sojedinenije known. In recent year?, sad to dustrial executives, labor leaders rainian American community life. caah. To Joe U N 4 r n^embership relate, all too ' тдпу Americans and professional men and women In those days a dollar was a dollar, proved to be more th^n just in­ wingback, pass-catcher, point-re­ His batting average whjch is which is composed almost entirely have become careless, are no long­ During the eleven years since its hard to get and even harder to surance. It proved to be frater- turn and extra point kicker for arounaf.270 f the'present Writing, pf Carpatho-Russian (actually Uk­ er mindful of spiritual values. If organization the Committee has hold on to, and Joe was not get­ nallsm, the kind of fraternalism Vols. wquUJ bp pvpr ,30d iif he werp a> rainian) Greek Catholics had about this nation is |p ^prevail against grown in stature and influence, but ting too many of them; also, he that gets stronger year by year ?9£5 FaJey of Sayre, Pa. will lowe^ \o рДау regulariy for the p3,000 members. Now 16 years later, Godless commuuiam, somehow we the surface has only been scratch­ was helping hjs mother support the and makes a man feel good as he agajn be starting ецй for Florida Tigers, Г т sure. tlje U.N.Ai has oyer 6^,000 mem­ must, recapture the* Faith that en­ ed. Its work baa only begun. family, So he told the man he surveys not only his accomplish­ University. • Nick Sameia, third Backer for the bers and Sojedipepije has 40,000 Probably the best Ще candi­ Dap ton Indians of the Central (A) (thin later figure was obtained abled us in the |)Цгі span of 150 Space does not permit recount­ would have to think it over, and ments bHt thpse of kip friepde as years to come fjom an obscure ing the many things this Commit­ he discussed the matter with hie well, friends who Щфф poaajble date for All-America this season League, recently discovered a from a Very recent article by l&ev. world position to world leadership. tee has done, is doing and plans to mother. Joe's mother was a U. as a direct resist of tfatpPWiisjp. i« Steve Wadiak qf South Carolina a month can make a big difference. O. Roman of Elizebeth, N. J.) It's In 1940, a small'group of citizens, dq to rewaken America to the basic N. A. member and she was pleased FreternaJlsm. bpotherly love, University. He rushed 998 yards When the Indians visited Saginaw, indeed gratifying to see that the alarmed that America was straying religious principles upon which this that her son was taking interest mutual trust and understanding, for a conference record last year June ll-14th, Nick collected only pro-Ukrainian Ukes are excelling from its course; ijanded together nation was founded. If this article In the organization on his own Ini­ Is a wonderful dung. The person breaking the all-time mark. Steve, onjj hit yi J8 triPf to the plate, in the organizational field as com­ to form the I^aymen/s Rational has aroused a spark of interest and tiative. So she told him to join, If who actively propagates fraternal- whose both parents are Ukrainian, striking out 13 times. When the pared to their not-so-politically Committee. Thia $rouP cowprieed you would like to know more about that was what he wanted to do, ism js helping himself, his friends, halls from Chicago, ІЩпоІв. Indians retyrfted op Дияе 164Qth, conscious brothers. Seep up the men and women ef the three great thia worthwhile movement, the and Joe looked up the man and his organisation, his town, his coun­ John Grabko of South River, fy Nick ran wUd. He beited 7 bite in good work—Batko Soyas! Faiths, of all waika.of Ще, recruit­ Committee, upon request, will be signed him for a $5QQ 20-Year En­ ty, hiB §t#te, aqd/blB, country. The J. witi again be the mainstay at 15 trips, including a grand-slam On to Detroit:—This coming La­ ed from the field- of business, in- happy jp send you literature, with­ dowment certificate costing $?4Ф Ukrainian National Association Oklahoma Д. and !£. homer as Dayton copped the series, bor Day Weekend, September 1st, W Shalosky, ;95 lb. guard at duetry, agriculture, government out charge. Simply send your re­ per month. 2nd and 3rd the Ukrainian Youth's and fraternalism go together, for Cincinnati Ц., is considered their 3 games to ощ. « and the professions. Manager Joe Antollck of Wilson League of North America will hold quest to the Laymen's National this fraternal benefit society was outstanding lineman. Joe fully realized that he was in the Coastal Plain (D) League The objectives лі. flii§ non-sec­ Committee, Hotel VanderbUt, New going to have to pay for that cer­ founded on the principle of fraterJohn Ma?ur will be Notre Dame's was released on July 17th. Joe, its 14th Annual Convention in tarian, nonprofit organization are York 16, N. У. паЦат. tpe Hotel Statler in Detrojt, Michltificate himself. He saved 501 a number one QB this year. The 200 week from his small earnings, and Incidentally, the case of Joe Is lb. youngster has already been former catcher for the Philadel­ gap. All Ukrainian youth should phia Phliles, couldq't do too much make it a point to to attend, espe­ every month he attended the meet- not fiction; he actually exists. tested uqder fire and he U kpoWnf ^ Ings of І^а" ЬгадсЬ antj pajd his And there are many more just like to possess the high n n a l flrat n n * . . . . . cially t e "western" рЦе# who ЧРКЧ t b o h c h qualification! in the 6-team league ^ ^ ^ qu^ . dues. Sometimes it was difficult to Idjp. To 4oe V-N.A.' membership have always claimed the convenSteye Butchkp, l£-year-old right Geeree4udakwinbeMinnesota*L Nothing can .beijtcr express the help the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, save thje money and he found him­ means Bomething. | P ЗГрд it will ^ ' **">'* self fighting an impulse to give UP mean wha^t you. make ft, Де you щ ^ ^ ^ ц ^ 'g^^^e hapder of Whea^and, Pa., was * ^ life of the Women of Ukrainian^ de- the Ukrainian Congress Committee, eigned by the .Pittsburgh » i S L ^ i T i £ S « th e Am eri can Red Cross) and many the memberahip. pnee'-h* was can see, yon oa# #*$*W »»ean against the Wtohmgton-* HuHk&) *for their Brunswick team in the 'геаІй&їЛгот MTcbogtol, MMneeate,' ^'1oFTiving^*CbJca^','4han the actually suspended, but he man­ much. George-Florida (D) League. | Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and on Sept. 20th. і Щ saying "A women's work i* other worthy causes. aged to pay double dues the fol I North and South Dakota, along Frank Woddak is slated to hold never done". Just a few weeks ago, the very SPORTS BRIEFS | ^y, yjQ down one of the end spots for The work of Branch 22, of the active president of this group, Mrs. for mighty Illinois. According to certain featured states. Ukrainian National Women's A. Fedunyak, received a letter league of Ameflea' (8oyus Ukra- from Rep. Marguerette Church in CANADIAN EPIC UYL-NA SPORTS inak), is typical df the Ukrainian reply to a letter asking for Rep. RUSSIAN'S CONQUESTS Women's part in the light against Church's support of House Concur­ (Concluded from page Z) rent Resolution 9-і. Rep. Church communist tyranny. 3. The position of executive sec­ (Continued from page 2) In order to give delegates suffi­ At the forthcoming UYL-NA When they aren't busy sponsor­ wrote, "I hope you will express to cient time to think about constitu­ retary shall be added to the al­ Drive for World Domination", now together. It appears from his ac­ Convention in Detroit over the ing a dance for the purpose of them (Soyus Ukrainok) my own tional amendments beforehand, a ready existing offices of the UYL- op the news stands, I have given Labor Day weekend there will be raising funds for- some worthy conviction that enslaved peoples few that have been proposed are NA. The duties and salary shall be a historical record of Russia's count that the Anglo-Saxons were a session on the sports program everywhere, should be given every presented here with some reasons determined by the UYL-NA exe­ aggressive conquests from 1487 to only too eager to marry Ukrain­ Ukrainian cause', they are busy 1950 and other facts which show ian girls. Intermarriages In those for the League. writing letters Co their congress­ encouragement to seek freedom". for their need. This will make for cutive board. the Russians to be anything but days were rare events, almost un­ Suggestions regarding basket­ men about the Ukrainian fight for This amendment will put into Yes, these are the women war­ sound unhurried thinking and wellheard of. It was only later, much ball, softbal), bowling, golf, tennis freedom, or asking for his sup­ riors of the army of Ukrainian and considered decisions. the constitution a fact that was peace-loving. Moscow's present peace protes­ later, in the early thirties that such should be mailed to me immedlateport of Rep. Kersten's resolution, Americans of Ukrainian descent, decided upon at the convention of 1. The site for UYL-NA annual tations are only a maneuver to marriages were in evidence. From ІУcalling for the liberation of the that are fighting for the freedom of conventions shall be awarded two two years ago. Any new ideas from members or enslaved Ukrainian, people. 4. The annual UYL-NA dues confuse public opinion in the West then on they Increased, so much the Ukraine and the protection of years in advance with the selection and at the same time prepare her­ so that at present it Is no longer clubs will be appreciated. In the past five years, these the freedom of the United States. being made by the executive board. shall be $10.00. women have sent hundreds of par­ It is an obvious fact that every­ self and to gain time for a new a phenomenon to see Anglo-Saxon Now Is the tlmo to speak up. It has been found necessary to With women like these on our cels containing food and clothing, side there can be no doubt as to book hotels that are suitable for thing costs a great deal more to­ aggression; this time for domina­ marry a Ukrainian. One has only Also, be sure to send a represen­ to the needy Ukrainians that were the outcome of the battle for free­ conventions considerably more day than it did when the annual tion of the whole world. to open a dally newspaper and look tative to the sports meeting at the forced to flee from their homeland. dom . . . the Ukraine will be free... than a year in advance. This makes dues were set at $5.00. The addi­ "Saturday Night", Toronto, at the society page to find that convention in Detroit Because of their hard work, their thanks to the women warriors. July 30, 1951. what once amounted to a curiosity Jean Heraeym, Sports Director it necessary to award sites two tional funds are needed to help put Social affairs brought hundreds of 1178 A Ossington Avenue, years ahead so that proper ac­ the UYL-NA on a sounder financial has now become a common place. ALEX J. ZABROSKY. Canada can hardly be deacribed dollars, which were* contributed to basis. Ten dollars a year Isn't a Toronto, Ontario, Canada comodations will be available. With assimilation proceding apace, This will not do away with cam­ great deal for any organisation to as a fish eating country. With a the differences in national and population of nearly 14 million peo­ paigning for future, conventions at <pay. psychological outlook are being origins, feel themselves uninhibited Additional amendments may be ple its annual fish consumption levelled off, and young men and conventions. It will merely mean in matters of matrimony. made in writing by any member amounts to barely 12 pounds per that campaigning will be carried on women, regardless of ethnic (To be concluded) capita. two years in advance rather than organization. If yon have any amendments in mind, p l e a s e one year. With the contracting of Johnny Olga Lyshak, a newcommer In 2. Sites for UYL-NA sports ral send them to the UYL-NA Sadrack, Detroit's Polka King and League activities who is fast be­ lies and other such League func­ executive secretary, Michael Withe appointment,of,Dr. Ted^Wach- coming one of the most active tions shall be awarded by the exe­ chorek, Immediately so that they may be brought to the attention na as chairman, we have a combi­ members of the Ukrainian Gradu­ cutive board. This amendment will merely put of the delegates as they register. nation for the Welcome Dance of ates Club is their treasurer and iF ^he 14th Annual Convention of the full of Ideas; and last but not the responsibility for selection of This will give them a little time UYL-NA In Detroit that Is hard least Wallace Konickl who neede sites In the hands of the executive at least, to think about them before no Introduction. Dr. Wachna him­ board. they vote. to beat. self is a practicing Dentist in Wind­ . These same twq. people played sor, Ontario, married to a Ukrain­ important parts In the two most ian girl from Montreal the former successful affairs of the past sea­ Ann Danulyk, the father of two son in Detroit; Johnny Sadrack children. He is also an active mem­ і Q. I hope to complete my GI you learned In the classroom, you provided the rauaic for the "Get- ber of the Essex County Dental Acquainted Dance'' of the Detroit Association as well as editor of Bill schooling next year, at which would not be permitted to take it District Council and Dr. Ted Wach­ their bulletin, the Ukrainian Gradu­ time I still will have a year's en­ under the GI Bill. But If job train­ na waa at the heita of the commit­ ates and on the Board of the Uk­ titlement remaining. Would I be ing is essential to qualify you as able to go ahead then and take on- a trained worker in your field, you tee that really put'over the "Coro­ rainian Veterans Association. . the-job training in the same field, may be allowed to pursue it, nation Ball" of the Ukrainian From such ah enterprising group even though the cut-off date for provided you apply for It before Graduates of Metropolitan Detroit you complete your classroom work. you can't help but expect the best. training has passed? and Windsor. , * Q. I am a veteran and will live They assure ив that it will be a A. If the job training will be Dr. Wachna was very astute In In France for the next couple years. his selection of committees mem- full and entertaining evening as more or less a repetition of what Where can I find out about VAberaT Amongst Mjem ate Detroi- they have many tricks up their administered benefits, since there ers Johanna Von Draginda, League sleeves. For one thing you can be sure that there will be many Amer­ doing in other parts of Canada and Is no VA regional office in this Publicity Djlrecunr,* Editor of the ANN country? Trendette, member of Club Olena ican and Ukrainian mixers to-start the United States. This is one of A. The Veterans Affaire Attache you on your way to meeting many the ways to bring this about. Plan ТеЦЬа\ Ukrainian Graduates, Uk­ on attending the Welcome Dance for Europe, in the American Em­ rainian representative on the Jun­ people. To quote Dr. Wachna "After all—we all attend these af­ on September 1st as we have a few bassy in Paris, can provide you ior Board of International Insti­ other things In mind that will make with the answers to whatever ques­ tute of Metropolitan Detroit, and a fairs to see old friends—but espe­ your evening—one of the moat tions you might have pertaining to cially to make new ones and to nurse by profession (the line for veterana' benefit ^_ аерЩад * Г Ш ? f t > $ r i j ^ boys}; find out what the Ukrainians are Pleasant of the convention, v . >Н
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ви. Т а к тепер в а м краще? Пульс рівномірний. Ви врято­ вані. Обережно 'зложила кон­ 99 тракт, на якім виразно красу­ вався підпис Дюваля, молода, 99 жінка ааховала^його в бюрко. .. : Дюваль, уста котрого зно­ (Згч, День вже нахилився до ве­ Вона піднесла маленький ву покрились "фарбою ^життя, Пам'яті поручника УПА. іповстанці, провадячи між сочора, коли Ж а к Дювиль, зна­ столик, на якому був заздале­ підбадьорений .шампанським, (Гелен Келлер про себе) Богдана Медведя-Крнвоно- бою оторопілих москалів ний письменник і видавець, гідь приготовлений чай. )обняв чаруючу геройку: на­ са, що згинув смертю хо­ В глибині лісу зупинились і закінчив свою працю, збираю­ Дюваль подумав, що при стакани пропонуючи тост, лив „Люди часто дивуються, що цію кроки, гудіння замітача, чись відійти та почувши дзві­ різних випадках, жіноча при­ за ловкість і дипломатичність. робрих в січня 1961 р. втам почався обшук і допит Тернополі, Зах. Україна. МВД-истів. Дві годині пізні­ я находжу життя великим і удари молотка, збирання та­ нок телефону, печально звів сутність зобов'язує до пошани „Бачиш бо ше повстанці засипали глибо­ прекрасним, хоч маю тільки релів зі стола, грізне гавкання і взяв представлену кружку бетала вона, милий", — ще­ З районового міста Б. виїха­ ку яму, куди поскидано трупи три змисли. Із свідчення дру­ Алозаціяна, коли хтось при­ брови, піднісши слухавку. пригортаючись „Ваша остання річ, мені ду­ до Ж а к а : — '„жінка завжди „Слухаю, в чому справа"? ло вантажне авто і, підскаку­ московських посіпак. гих я знаю, що у віці девят- ходить до дверей. „Зі мною говорить видавець же подобалась" — заговори .хитріша мужчини. Ніколи, і ючи на вибоях шосе, погнало Вирізняю кроки відносно ві­ „Екрану"? — почувся мело­ ла вона. — Обох юнаків частина повс­ надцятн місяців я використо­ Ви оезсумншно | JJJ <5езумовно не в напрямі Крем'янця. танців відвела до недалекого вувала світ п'ятьома змисла­ ку, полу і настрою пішохода. дійний жіночий голос. ростете!" Дитяче непевне „чаплаяня" є пив. Я просто,' підлила тобі в Було це авто місцевого МВ- лісового табору, а Кривоніс і ми. „Безумовно, — що вам по­ Дюваль попиває чай і тер­ чай нікотинної кислоти, і це Пізніше прийшла страшна різне від довших кроків дорос­ трібно" ? Д, яке відвозило до головної сімох повстанців, одягнувши упеливо чекає, коли вона прий­ викликало в тебе серцебиття, тюрми в'язнів. Н а відкритій ніформи МВД-истів, сіли на недуга аменінгітіс, позбавила лої людини — пружистий крок „Бачнте-бо", — голос при­ де до цілі його відвідин. Як би а мої слова завершили ефект. авто і' поїхали назад до місте­ мене зору, слуху, а у висліді молоді різниться від осідаючо­ площинці авта було шість оз­ у тих: — Справа в тім, що моє відповідь на його думки, во­ броєних москалів і два в'язні, чка Б. Хлопці, вдаючи підпи­ я стратила мову. Я була ізо­ го кроку середнього віку, і хо- повідомлення поскільки не на почала: „Так, ось пане „Циганка!"; —.відповів Д ю ­ що лежали в куті із поскручу­ тих, хрипливими голосами ви­ льована від світу, загорнута у ду старшої людини, що воло- H J J g g " * J • Дюваль, справа в тому, що ва­валь, цілуючв;-свіжі уста; — ваними назад руками. В шо- співували „Катюшу", переплі­ подвійну мовчанку, мою влас­ чить ноги вздовж підлоги. Л ю - Р єм° ©У"- > і дане вам по-телефону. Я тіль ші літературні успіхи, ваше Все скінчилось, дуже гарно, і ферці було ще двох МВД-истів. таючи її грубою московською ну і других, у відношенні до дей, яких ближче знаю, по хо­ ки бажала попередити вас про прізвище, вже довший час ми чудово проведем цей вечір. мене. До п'ятого року життя ді пізнаю їхню енергію, зму- те, щ о вам грозить небезпека, звернули мою увагу" . . . В'язні — два українські к>- лайкою. І, коли наступним ранком, Прохожі злякано розскаку­ я жила як дика істота, чи зві­ чення, здержання, нетерпели­ З вами розмовляє приятель, Дюваль допив чай і обперся з появою сонця щаслива місіс наки, учні місцевої середньої валися на боки перед автом, рятко. Анна Сулліван, моя не­ вість -і розчарування. школи, арештовані МВД-истаДюваль, відчинила бюрко, Тупий гуд остерігає мене, що який може запобігти в нещас­ в спинку крісла. Перфуми, щоб насолоджуватись картин­ ми за націоналістичну пропа­ хрестячись і посилаючи йому забутня учителька, наново від­ 9-ій крила мені померклий світ, о- книжка впала, електричний тю. Приходьте сьогодні оАве­ тепле повітря кімнати, різко кою шлюбної умови, документ ганду, — були жахливо поби­ вслід прокльони. годині, кімната ч. 17, на пахучі квіти, міцний чай, ви­ ті. Обличчя їх були в крові й Авто з гуком і шумом під'ї­ сміливила мене обсервувати дзвінок на бюрку інформує ме­ ню Сен Жермен 25. Ви самі кликали в нього сердечне бит­ ледь не випав, зїїрук. синяках, а крізь пірвану оде­ хало під браму МВД і заспа­ всі об'єкти, які я могла досяг­ не, що хтось на долині мене переконаєтесь, що мною опе­ тя, в голові крутиться. Чоло Н а папері, залишився тіль­ жу просякала червоно-гаряча ний вартовий, не питаючи ні­ нути моїми трьома змислами. потребує. Інші вібрації я від­ рує бажання охоронити вас. покрилося струями дрібного ки текст написаної умови. Під­ чого, впустив його на подвір'я. Вона поводилася зі мною як з бираю кінцями пальців: згук кров. поту. Дюваль зморщився — „Я пис Дюваля безслідно зник. Через 15 хвилин Кривоніс зі дитиною, що бачить і чує... за­ телефону, тікання годинника., Ще три дні тому вони — дуже співчуваю, що поневолі Пробачте, — перерива­ Бо свою вічну-бучку, на вся­ ступаючи мову ручним альфа- коли дотикаю його. члени юнацтва ОУН — вико­ своїми людьми опанував без бетом. Вона збагачувала мої Деякі проходять мої спричинив вам турботу. Я ду­ ючи її розмову, — мені жарко. кий випадок,'Дюваль, ваповнували доручене їм завдання. стрілу станицю МВД, розбро- слова через передачу їх паль­ нерви' і вібраціївідгомонно або же дякую. Але, на жаль, мій Може ви відкриєте вікно, тут нив світлочуттєвим чорнилом. кости ївши 12 москалів, між якими Пізнім вечором розкидали по Реванш. , цями, через асоціяцію і кни­ мяко, як ритмічний піднос і о- час дуже розрахований і я не гаряче". місті летючки ОУН, що кли­ був і командант станиці, капі­ жки зможу прибути на повище за­ „Значить, вже так швидко", Брейл розбудовувала пад хвиль океану чи моря... Переклав з німецької мови тан безпеки Сєрґесв. кали до спротиву окупантові. значену а д р е с у " . . . — сказала вона тихим голо­ світ, в котрому кольор і звук * —-'Вас. Дубина Око сексота підглянуло їх за З підвалу повстанці стали найшли своє місце, хоч я їхто Якщо музику можна бачити, — „Як хочете — голос по­ сом, впиваючись очима в я знаюіїджерело, коли хви­ працею та вказало їхні квар­ тимчасом виводити вимучених не сприймала. Мій зовнішній лі — ноти піднімаються і па­ низив м'якість: — та, в кож­ смертно-бліде обличчя журна тири МВД. їх арештовано над тортурами й голодом в'язнів, світ вирізбленнй досягненням дуть, дрібно біжать, напруже­ ному разі, я рахувала своєю ліста. • Кннжкн-Журналн-Карткн • ранком та бито безупину, щоб які не знаючи про що ходить, і спроможністю дотику, нюху, но ступають на скалу, високо, повинністю повідомити вас. — „Що вже! — Щ о ви цим перелякано тупились один до видістати з їхніх уст імена тих,* смаку і вібрацій, я сприймаю розкотисто, глибоко я к буря... Прощайте. Ви швидко прига­ хочете сказати? — з важким ЧАСОПИСИ І'ЖУРНАЛИ в ущо дали їм летючки, та з ними одного. Кривоніс представився його думаючим умом і відчу­ а пізніїпе мяко, забуто ховаю­ даєте нашу розмову, але, зда­ трудом вимовив Дюваль, по­ краінській, німецькій і інших монах, тутешні 1 з Европв^ доставляв .всю­ в'язням і короткими словами співпрацювали в Організації. ється, буде запізно! холоднівши від смутної згад­ ди поштою: W. Magon, Bookstore, ваю душею... ться. Та вони не заломились ні під змалював їм ситуацію, даючи ки. Дюваль поставив слухавку. P. О. Box 361, Ceoper sta., New York, Люди узалежнюють усе від Через дотик я відбираю гіпобоями, ні перед лукавими 6- кожному до вибору або при­ „Сидіть тихо, не робіть зай­ N. У., (109 St. Marks Place.) — Tamгантичний рух Ню Иорку. Ску­ День зіпсутий. Душевний на­ біцянками волі, пам'ятаючи лучитись до повстанців, або очей і ушей, а рідко уявляють пчення авт, автобусів, електри­ стрій добре перевтомленого і вих рухів; це заощадить вашу ate: кшини, HOTU, образи. як багато • слова, що їх нераз говорено їм розходитись додому. Майже собі дотиком. речей є схопле­ чних возів, розпихання і тупіт заміреного на відпочинок чо­ силу. Я підлила вам в чай м м и ш м м м в ш м в ш і в ш на юнацьких сходинах „За У- всі молоді мужчини, яких було, них ловіка, безслідно зник. Неві­ отруї, ваші хвилини вже пора­ • Професійні оголошення • Об'єкти, які можуть бути діт­ маси людей. Через ексгаляцію домість анонімної розмови під­ ховані. Отруя ввійде в силу країну і вмерти не страшно". більшість між в'язнями, заяви­ склепів я знаю де є аптека, яРайонове МВД, побачивши, ли бажання включитись в У- кнеш є округлі, або плоскі, не­ рина, шкіряні вироби, рестав­ кинула йому жмут цікавостн. через десять хвилин. д-р м. аддлзЕл рівні або симетричні, гнучкі що побоями не видобути в ПА. По вечері, сівши в авто, Дю­ Обличчя Дюваля покри­ лікус гострі & застарілі недуги муж­ З москалями справа була ко­ або штивні, тверді або плин­ рація. Запах вапна, свіжого де­ валь намацав в боковій кише­ чин і жінок, шкіриі, загальне ослаб­ хлопців нічого, рішило відста­ лось смертельною фарбою. рева, шутру, цементу інфор­ вити їх до Крем'янця, а там ротка, їх відведено у підвал, ні і ті якости можуть нескін- мує мене, що будують новий ні холодну сталь Кольта і за­ „Нерозумна!" — закричав леная, каркаft-міхурі, ревматизм, переводить аналізу крона а сечі. щоб пустити їх слідом сотень чено змінятися. Я також спри­ вже хан з ними роблять в МВтого, щоб їхати, я к Провірка; $3.00. ймаю лінії хвилясті, прості, за­ дім. Місто дає мені вражіння мість в клюб, дав шоферові зав­ він, — „Ви заманули мене сю­ їхніх неповинних жертв. Д як знають. ад­ ди, щоб отруїти, але я к а ж 107 Е. 17th S U NEW YORK CITY і заінтересовання, але я з при­ жди, Знайдений мін* документами гнуті на поверхнях регуляр­ ємністю вертаю до спокою. коло 4-тоІ Eaeatb І Юніоц Сквер. рес — 25 по Авеню Сен Жер­ вам із цього користь?, їхали через буйний волин­ них, нерівних, шорстких чи Годний: Щодая 10—1, 4—7; ський ліс, і хлопці заздрісно МВД список місцевих сищнків гладких. У могутніх скалях „Заспокійтесь. Кожен зай­ в суботи 10—1; в неділі зачинено. Раннім ранком весною, чи мен. (агентів) і сексотів, Кривоніс поглядали на кремезні дерева, літом, коли' працюю в городі, Лімузина беззвучно пронес­ вий рух, скорочує секунди ва­ доручив трьом повстанцям, да- повних заглиблень і печер, го­ мої три змисли широко відкри­ лась по нічних вулицях. Від­ шого життя. У вас щ е . з а л и ­ на густу лісову зелень Dr. S. 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Я знала, що ви мо аналізу крони ля супружяах відбезпечивши автомата, дер- U повстанці поїха- ви старинних греків, що ко­ шку чи м'ятку, хоч вони нале­ „Однаково, романтика і а-не одружитесь з дівчиною, яка Дозволів. — ООДеві годаши: Що* жав його готовим до стрілу. районового клюбу, де лись спливала з їх видимих жать тільки до зілля. Я люблю вантюра. менш замітливі в не має грошей і зв'язків". — два від 10 рано до 6:46 вечір. В субота від іе-до-і-вовох. Боялися українського лісу, з L „ відбувався мітінґ, конюшину, а л е н а травникужиттю, ніж кімнатне світло з А тому я вибрала таку путь.' рук. ЯКОГО бИЯЯ ТавЯЩНЧІСТЬ І ГОВО- / З а л т т ш м п повстанцями, уЯ чотярьома плигтая Шкірою обличчя і носа я вона виростає понад, стовбу- зеленим абажуром" — поду­ Я йшла безпомильно, навір- •4XA^XJ,4.AJ.J,J.4^A**J.J,XXAAA4V сі в уніформах МВД, Кривоніс няка". рив дух волі і могутности. влі­ повагом увійшов на залю, де зауважую атмосферичні зміни, рнться і я стинаю и, щоби да мав він. 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