Věstník (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 13, 1984 Page: 2 of 32
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2/VĚSTNÍK—Wednesday, June 13,1984
T . ... , . BY-I.AW COMMITTEE
VĚSTNÍK (LSPSbo8480)ispubhshed DISTRICT I DONME VK TORÍCK. SECRE
weekly except the second week of TARY, P.O. BOX 85, SNOOK, TX 77878;(409)
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bers only. Member s fee is paid as part ;?067
of the Insurance fee collected by DISTRICT III—HELEN N. OATES. 9819
Supreme Lodge SPJST, 520 North |2^23I^56T PLAČE. DALLAS, TX. 75243;
Main, Temple, TX 76501. Second-class DjgTRICT iv—WILLIAM URBÁNEK. CO-
There will be NO
The 207íh birthday of the Flag of
the United States of America is June
14, 1984. This flag is a symbol of the
faith held by the founding fathers of
this great nation.
Ten generations of Americans are
rcpresented by the stars and stripes.
The red, white and blue — colors of
the national emblem — háve inspired
patriotic Americans to heroic deeds
and supreme sacrifices. The call of
the colors brings out the best in most
Current events give us reason to
reaffirm a greater devotion to liberty,
which is threatened in many parts of
the world. According to Robert
Věstník dated June Hutchins< democracy is the only form
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Editor: R. J. Sefcik DISTRICT VI—LEONA MACHA. 501 SHROP-
P.O. Box 85, West, TX 76691 ~ SHIRE. EL CAMPO, TX 77437: (409) 543-3746
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OFFICERS DISTRICT I ERNEST WENTRCEK. 406 TEE
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20 and the following
Vestnik will ke July uce, ^wo &rea* distinguishmg
characteristics of democracy, follow
4. inevitably from the conception of
*** men, as rational and spirituál beings.
DRIVE. BRYAN.TX 77801: (409) 822-4226 In this light freedom takés on
DISTRICT II-BEN ZABCIK. RT. 4 BOX 514. meaning. It is not freedom to do as
m4TRif■ARvoin^p?4J2rHM «Qft7 In this issue are some final recom~ one Pleases, but freedom to achieve
SARATOfiA GIRCLE. 'dau.as. TX 75214- mended chanf s a“^*ddi«ons t0 that autonomy which is approached
(214)827-9049 the bylaws of our SPJST; they are proportion as one develops a
DISTRICT IV—LILLIAN HOLUBEC. RT. 3. 0n pages 20 and 21 and they are in rational and spirituál nátuře. It is not
BOX 31°. SAN ANGELO, TX 76905: (915) 653- darker (boldiace) type. In some cases mere freedom to live that concerns
DISTRICT V—JERRY PROCHÁZKA. 20507 ^ *s on^ one wor(I ai*d could be men most, but freedom to live human
RAMSEY, OR P.O. BOX 634. CROSBY. TX easily overlooked so you are urged iives. Men must be free to exercise
77532: (713)328-3004 to read very carefully; for instance those powers which make them men.
“er,e are ‘7cases °I ‘!LiS! s!*taD,d FlagDayisadayíoraU Amcriean*
6220 90 days. Please read the editor s to remember their roots, be grateful
DISTRICT Vil—MONTA FOSTER, v. CHM.. notě at the beginning of the change for their blessings and rededicate
1813 LIVE OAK. PORTLAND, TX 78374; (512) recommendations. Remember these
N1CK A. MORRIS
Office Phone: 817-773-1575
Home Phone: 817-985-2378
BERNARD M. GEBALA
Home Phone: 817-778-3872
Home Phone: 817-778-3720
JERRY MIKULÁŠ, JR.
Office Phone: 817-773-1575
Home Phone: 817-773-2950
P.O. Box 5220
Temple, Texas 76503
BEN F. TRCALEK
Home Phone 409-272-8146
Routě 3. Caldwel! 77836
Home Phone 512-859-2549
P.O. Box 67, Granger 76530
CYRILL (SID) POKLADNÍK
Office Phone: 214-741-1874
Home Phone: 214-824-8072
2924 ElmSL, Dallas 75226
Home Phone: 915-442-3271
Lowake, TX 76855^
Home Phone: 713-862-6866
2525 West T.C. Jester Blvd., Houston 77008
MATT S. VANĚK
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1009 Northgate, Victoria, TX 77901
Home Phone: 512-241-3114
10610 Stonewall Blvd., Corpus Christi 78410
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DISTRICT IV—ANGELINĚ KRISTINEK
DISTRICT I—CECIL H. DICKSON, V-CHMN..
1308 GARDEN LANÉ, BRYAN, TX
77801—PHONE (409) 822-3436
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BOX 320. BUCKHOLTS. TX 76518
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DISTRICT IV—RAYMOND PAVLISKA, 505
themselves to the basic American
President Woodrow Wilson in 1916
proclaimed the first Flag Day, thus
fulfilling the dream for a former
schoolmaster, Bernard J. Cigrand.
Cigrand, a 19-year-old schoolteacher
in a tiny, stone schoolhouse at
In the last few weeks, many letters Fredonia, Wisconsin held the first
changes will effect our Society in its
future work and actions; it is the
duty and responsibility of the
delegates to give them careful and
SKSSSS, SEC., 6702 háve been written and thoughts known observance of Flag
LINDY ANN LN., HOUSTON. TX expressed in them plus proposals for Birthday on June 14, 188->. A sinali
řM^a^HLAVATY. BOX changes in the bylaws. One word of
174. LOLITA. TX 77971 caution this editor would háve for all
DISTRICT vil—PAULINĚ BAYER, RT. 2, concerned and that is that we should bottle on his desk while he reviewed
(817) 773-4801 consideration and LET US DO THE United States.
Sor™S.De"aSSSITX BEST FOR OUR SOCIETY! Brother
(214)826-3557 Calvin Chervenka has another
DISTRICT IV—MRS. ED HAISLER—ROUTĚ thought-provoking letter in this
(817)S88-330l»SEYMOlR' TX 7638°-PHONE issue again. We háve a very demo-
DISTRICT V—DOROTHY PFLUG- cratic order and a free publication
HAUPT—1243 CLOVIS RD., HOUSTON, TX from the formation of our Society in
DISTOICT°VI—UANET4 MAREK—P.O. BOX 1897; do we wish to change it? It
557, PIERCE. TX 77467-PHONE (713) 543- seems that the Vestnik, cost of it,
A bronze markér attesting to the
historical significance of Cigranďs
patriotism and his love for the flag
stands in front of the Stony Hill
Schoolhouse in Fredonia.
The National Fraternal Flag Foun-
dation and member societies of the
National Fraternal Congress of
the Publication Committee and the America háve made a national shrine
LISKA^ROUTE^. BOX 15L^FLORESVILLE, editor are on the minds of some of lbe Stony Hill Schoolhouse. Each
TX 78114-PHONE(512) 393-2030 0ur members; I wonder if these year members of the foundation
LIBRARY, ARCHIVES, MUSEUM items háve been thoroughly thought /'Conduct a flag-raising ceremony in
OFFICE: 773-1575, P.O. Box Temple, TX 76503 va]ue our Society than credit is Americans to recognize and honor the
given to it. Think about it!
Here’s wishing all a very produc-
tive, healthy and enjoyable
See you in Corpus Christi!
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"Be Proud Of It.*
flag, symbol of their freedom.
In his originál Flag Day message in
1917, President Wilson said:
“This Flag, which we honor and
under which we serve, is the emblem
of our unity, our power, our thought
and purpose as a nation. It has no
other character than that which we
give it from generation to generation.
The choices are ours.”
Members of fraternal benefit
societies throughout America will
hold speciál Flag Day ceremonies.
Join with them. Let others see your
pride in The United States and in “the
Red, White and Blue,” “Old Glory,”
“the Stars and Stripes,” ... the Flag
of the United States... your flag.
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Sefcik, R. J. Věstník (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 13, 1984, newspaper, June 13, 1984; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth632692/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Slovanska Podporujici Jednota Statu Texas.