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16 Feb. 1983 (Creation)
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Part 1: Born on September 21, 1916 in Chapleau (???), Ontario; his present wife is Jean Bennett (??), was married twice, has 6 children; his parents were from Ternopil’; his father came to Canada just before 1914, settled down in Northern Ontario; eventually moved to Windsor; he is Greek-Catholic; went to public school and High School, attended Ukrainian school classes; he belonged to Ukrainian National Federation and Ukrainian Youth Organization; Fr. Olenchuk was a priest when Fran was an altar boy - St. Vladimir and Olga Ukrainian church in Windsor; Het’mantsi; Orthodox group in Windsor; Frank played in the school orchestra, Harry Pavoroznyk (??) came from Europe; discrimination against Ukrainians - episode with the school principal; went to a Medical school in 1936, graduated in 1942; Danylo Skoropadskyi coming to Windsor; his uncle came after the war, joined UNO; Zorianyi (??) was a President for many years; Zeleniv (??); Communists and Labor Temple in Windsor; MUN (?) Convention in Toronto; UNO branch in Windsor: Taras Martyniuk, Joseph Ievorsky (??), Dosklach (??); Kosar came to Windsor several times; Mr. Hontar’ from Toronto; Senator Yuzyk; Frank’s 40th Anniversary of MUN speech; Pavliuk from UNO; Frank’s contacts with Ukrainians overseas - Veterans Association.
Part 2: During his London medical school time - associated with the Symphony orchestra and Canadian Officers Training Corp, out of Ukrainian life; return to Windsor, got involved in Ukrainian affairs; met Panchuk and Froliak in London; Kushnir in London; Danylo Skoropadskyi; CUC; Dr. Kysylevskyi (??); Tracy Phillips (??); Frank supported Froliak; Fr. Kushnir; coming to Hamilton, getting away from Ukrainian Catholic church; Dr. Pylypiuk in Hamilton, starting a medical practice; DPs coming to Canada; him as a President of the Ukrainian Canadian Committee in 1967-68.
Part 3: Kiries (??), Bohdan Korchewskyi (??); Dr. KLymasz; Pavliuk; Polaznyk in Ukrainian National Federation; Centennial Project, Centennial Book, Shevchenko Foundation covering the expenses; Yaremovych (??) from CUC offered him to be a delegate to Ukrainian World Congress in Toronto - becoming nominated for executive positions; a course on accounting to be a Treasure; English as the language of the Congress financial statement; Frank as the President of the Ukrainian Professional Business Club of Hamilton.
Part 4: Ukrainian-Canadian Veterans Legion Club; Smolskyi (??), Klymasz, Lazarovych; Ukrainian Research Foundation, Steve Pavliuk; Panchuk tried to incorporate all Ukrainian veterans; War Veterans Association for newcomers; 1946 convention of the Ukrainian veterans, Panchuk, John Yuzyk; CUC in Hamilton after WWII; John Olchary (??); Ukrainian-Jewish Foundation (??) - becoming its Chairman through Pavliuk; a publication about contributions of Ukrainians in the WWI and WWII - Kecherovskyi (??) gathering information; a book by Dr. K (??); Ukrainian-Canadian Professional and Business Club in Hamilton started in 1965, Dr. Pylypiuk.