Denní Hlasatel -- January 03, 1906Open Meeting of the C. S. P. S. (Czecho-Slovak Benevolent Societies) Crowned with Great Success.
p.1--The Chicago lodges of the powerful C. S. P. S. organization held a public meeting on Sunday afternoon which in every respect revealed the dignity of this powerful national body.
The meeting was opened at 2 o'clock in the Bohemian-American School's hall on Eighteenth street with a welcoming address by Mr. Kristian Walleck, after which a richly varied program was presented, consisting of speeches, band music, and singing.
The principal speaker was Mr. A. Cejka, chairman of the national office of the C. S. P. S.
Dr. F. Iska, Mr. Novak, and others also spoke. Mr. R. Rubringer's orchestra, Miss Bessie Egermayer, the Bohemian Working-men's Singing Society, and Mr. Sulz furnished the musical portion of the program with great success.2
Mr. F. K. Novak received a well deserved reward at this meeting for securing the largest number of new members in this last year. The meeting was a grand affair and a real manifestation of the C. S. P. S.
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