Věstník (West, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 6, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 9, 1972 Page: 2 of 32
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
' 1 -H
patered m gecond claaa matter Janu&ry
Srd, 1933 at West, Texas, under the Aet ol
Congreea oí August 24, 1922. _
OFFICÍAL OKGAirOF^THB 8LA VONIC
BHNEVOLENT OKDF.R. OF THE STÁT1® OF TTÍS
U. 3. BíSPCm — Box 85, West, Texas 78691
Residence: 1204 N. Davis Street
Tel. Bes, 317; 826-5989 -~ Shop: 826-5282
OECHOSLOVAK PUB. COMPANY, WEST, TSX.
SUPREME LODGE, SPJS1’
Terapie, Texas AC 817
M®x 100, Temple, Texas 76561
MICK A. MORRIS, President
JOK ®. HEJNY, Více President
R. A. URRANOVSKT, Secretary
SEN ZABCIK, Financial Sseřetary
SLEONAED MIKESKA, Treasurer
AUGUST KACIR, Legal Ad. vise?
PO 845, Templ#
Dr. Marria teShik-ar, Medieal Director
PO Box 41®, Taylor 76574
AC 512? 352-5351
Edward L. Marek
1663 N, ISíh, Templ©
Jota. A. Rubená, Olst. I
AC 713? 988-3251 (Office)
FO Box 308, La Gniiige 78941
Henry Vítek, Dist II
AC 512; 859-2549
PO Bia !.3S Granger 7653®
Cyrffl (Sid) Pokladník. Dist, SB
AC 214; 741-1874 (Office)
E934 Elm St., Dallas 7522®
Emil Holili), Dist. IV
AC 817; 888-2852
108 W. Oregori, Seymour, 76380
Ernest ,1, Hanka, Dist. V
AC 713; 227-0883 (Office)
§159 Cindy Lané, Houston 77661
Ed P. Sralla, Dist. VI
AC 512; 657-2651
Rt. 1 — Box 11®, Edna 77957
Jos, Koliha, Jr. Dist. VII
Rt. 1 — Box 176, Kenedy 78119
AC 512; 583 - 3656
PUBLIC ATION COMMITTEB
FRANCES OLEXA, Chairmtm
Houston, Texaa 77007
SD G. MAZANEC, Vic® Oluam.
Rt. 9 — Box 387
Wáeo, Texas 76703
STANLEY E. VRLA, BeOf
6641 Patrlck Dr,
Dallas, Texas 75214
FRANK E. HEJL, JR
Temple, Texas 76501
PO Box 297
Moulton, Texaa 77973
JERRY MILAN, Chairman
6208 Lakeside Dr. Ft, Worth 76135
MRS, THELMA HRNCIR, Secretary
108 E. Ligustrum, Robstown 78380
STATE YOUTII DIRECTOR
MRS. DOROTHY MASSEY, Box 100,
Temple, Texas 76501 — Ph. Res,: 773-3101
Ernest Jakubik, PO Box 52
Snook, Tex — 77878 ~ Pii.: AO 713; 272-4119
Lad J. Batopek, 1004 So. 3lst
Temple, Tex 76501 — AC 817; 778-SSS?
AI vln Nesudá, Tellco Rd.
fiinnia Tex 75119 — Pil. AO 214; 875-779#
Mra. Evelyn Mlkeska, 10120 Moorberry LN.
Houston, Tx 77055 — Ph. AO 713; 468-3125
Matt S. Vaněk, 1009 Northgate
Vletorla, Texas 77901 — Ph. AC 512; 587-2687
Mrs. TUlle Valehar, Routě 1, Box 55,
Jourdanton, Tex 78026; Ph. AC 512; 784-3202
DISTRICT YOUTH DIRECTOR*
Frank Klinkovsky, 1503 E. Central
Temple, Tx 76501 — Ph.: 773-4801; AC 817
Mře. Wilraa Nesudá, Tellco Road,
Ermlfl. Texaa 75119 — Ph. AC 214; 875-7790
Mrs. Ed Halsler, Routě I
Seymour, Texas —• Ph. AC 817; 888-3308
Mrs. Geraldlne Mikolajewskl, 6076 Plneway
Blvd., Houston, Texas 77023 — Ph AO 713;
Mrs. Frank Brdaeka, Routě 1, Box 150
Rosenberg, Tx 77471 — Eh. AC 713; 232-2035
Mrs. Maxine Pavliska, Routě 2, Box 151
Floresvllle, Tex. 78114 — AC 512; 393-2030
Unsollcited materiál for publlcatlon cannot
be returned unless sufflcient postage is at-
tached This Includes pietures. Expense for
publlcatlon oř engagement and wedding plc-
tures must be borne by the sender._ _
Changes of address and correspondence con-
cerning delivery oř Věstník must be sent to
Supreme Lodge, Box 100, Temple, Texas.
Fald subscríption® and advertlítng mattél
■hould be addressed to Věstník, West, Tx 76891
Deadllne for materiál to be accepted foi tht
'oJiowing lssue Is Friciay noon, .......
Wcdnesday, February 9, 1972
hcritage confcained within them.
Lincolni Gettysburg Address was, in
time, noted all over tlie world and
translated into thirty languages. It
had a profound influence. The ereed,
‘ of the people, by the people, for the
people,” has suffered in parts of the
world with changing generations and
political philosophies. Ybt, Lincoln’s
words stand as a beacon for all who
would liarken and heecl. And the man
himself, more perhaps than any eth-
er American, belongs to the people of
the whole world.
When Abraham Lincoln was a
young man he ran for the Legislature
in Illinois and was badly beaten. He
next entered business, failed, and spent
17 years of his life paying up the
debts of a worthless partnerů
He fell in love with aJJ beautiful
■young woifian to whom he became en-
gaged — then she died.
Entering polifcics, he ran for Con-
gress and was solidly defeated. He
then tried to get an appointment to
the United States Land Office, but
He became a candidate for the Unit-
ed States Senáte and Was the loser.
In, 1856 he became a candidate for
the vice presidency and was again de-
feated. In 1858 he lost to Douglas.
But, in the láce of all this defeat
and failure, he eventually achieved
the highest suceess attainable in life
and undying fame to the end of time.
There are many parallels in the an-
nals of life insurance salesmanship;
the ono who was denied a contract by
one company only to write multi-mil-
iions for another; the person with his
career interrupted by a heart attack
who came back to better liealth and
more success than ever before.
If you think positively and persevere,
the straw that broke the camePs back.
might become the straw out of which
is built the brieks of a strong life.
In špite of many medioerities men-
tioned and affirmed. by his critics .—
why do the eenturies bring ever in-
creasing luster to this name so that
the very pronounccment of the words
“Abraham Lincoln” whose birthday
Vv:e observe February 12, is almost an
act of worship? Homespun, angular,
roughhewn, his face so homely that it
was beautiful, sculptured by heart dis-
aster; a home- that he ne vor went into
when he eouid go anywhere else, no
library in it, no cozy nook in it, walk-
ing the highway of life aione. In the
hour of his great erisis, taking that
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Sefcik, R. J. Věstník (West, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 6, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 9, 1972, newspaper, February 9, 1972; West, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth625318/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas.