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  • Caye Caswick
    Apr 8, 2008
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      I'll bet I know your face, Michelle -- I've been riding the Rock Island for 30 years.



      Caye



      Michelle Burke <mcmburke@...> wrote:
      I take the Rock Island Line every day from my southwest side Chicago neighborhood downtown -- it's now part of the Metra commuter train system!

      ----- Original Message ----
      From: Gergely <gergely@...>
      To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, April 5, 2008 8:45:26 PM
      Subject: Re: [SPAM]Re: [Slovak-World] Thanks!

      Oh, the Rock Island Line. I love that song ---I got Pig Iron, I got Pig Iron......
      I recently acquired it on a Carl Perkins CD.
      Jack Gergely

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Caye Caswick
      To: Slovak-World@ yahoogroups. com
      Sent: Friday, April 04, 2008 11:47 AM
      Subject: Re: [SPAM]Re: [Slovak-World] Thanks!

      Same for me, Polish on dad's side (his relatives were midwesterners, Chicago, Nebraska and Michigan, mostly farmers with big acerage where he spent summers) and Slovak/Rus/Ukrainia n on my mom's side (Cleveland). Dad worked for the Rock Island RR, so I too moved a lot, I call myself a RR Brat. Welcome to the Club -- I sure wish I could eat the ethnic foods more often, but my doctor will beat me with statin drugs if I don't stick to a more vegan diet now, drat!

      Oh well, I cheat a little after my cholesterol tests and then get right back on the stick.

      Caye

      bike_for_life2003 <guzowskip@gmail. com> wrote:
      Skeeter, Caye.....

      My roots are Polish so I belong to Polish genealogy groups on Yahoo
      but I joined this group when I lived/worked in Bratislava. My dad was
      eldest of seven and grew up in Cleveland where his parents settled.
      His dad was first born in US and his mother came over from Poland when
      she was 12. The lived in Maple Heights when dad was growing up but
      his parents moved to Garfield Heights later (I think after my dad went
      into the Army). Many of them have since passed away but one aunt
      lives in Independence, one in Lakewood, and the youngest in North
      Kingsville, where we have the family reunion every summer.

      Since my dad was in the Air Force, we moved around a lot but managed
      to get back to Cleveland for a family visit at least every other
      summer. My grandmother was bed ridden and so couldn't cook but I
      remember my great aunt cooking all kinds of good things from the old
      country. Sadly, not much of this culture was passed down to us since
      my dad did not want us to be labeled as immigrant kids.

      Paul in NW Florida

      --- In Slovak-World@ yahoogroups. com, Caye Caswick <ccaswick@.. .> wrote:
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      > Hey Skeeter:
      >
      > I grew up in Maple Heights -- St. Mike's Ortho church (which is
      now in Broadview) -- live in Chicago now, but miss all the old foods
      gram's church served up.
      >
      >
      > Share some recipes if you can.
      >
      >
      >
      > Caye
      >
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      >
      > skeeter <fbican@...> wrote:
      > Hi, Caye--
      >
      > I grew up in Broadview Hts., and now I reside in Parma. I've always
      lived on the south side of Cuyahoga county.
      >
      > Next time I hit the grocery store, I'm going to pick up what I need
      to make some utopenci. Garlic balognas, onions, vinegar -- what's not
      to like? Yeah, that will keep lawyers (and anyone else) away.
      >
      > It made me think. My sister-in-law' s late father had a favorite
      stinky treat -- a sandwich made with limburger cheese and onion. His
      wife would make him eat it sitting on a lawn chair in the back yard.
      >
      > Kindest regards,
      >
      > --skeeter
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Caye Caswick
      > To: Slovak-World@ yahoogroups. com
      > Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 4:22 PM
      > Subject: Re: [SPAM]Re: [Slovak-World] Thanks!
      >
      > Hey Skeeter, where in Cleveland did you grow up? I'm from there and
      I use "onion breath" to keep the lawyers a few paces back, so I found
      your comment funny and close to "home" if you will.
      >
      > Caye
      >
      > skeeter <fbican@...> wrote:
      > Utopenci! Yup, that's it alright! Garlic knockwurst, onions,
      vinegar, and pepper. I just love the stuff. Thanks!
      >
      > --skeeter
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Vladimir Linder
      > To: Slovak-World@ yahoogroups. com
      > Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 1:15 AM
      > Subject: Re: [SPAM]Re: [Slovak-World] Thanks!
      >
      > UTOPENEC, UTOPENCI
      >
      > t 09:43 PM 3/31/2008, you wrote:
      >
      > >Welcome to the group! I'm afraid my ancestors were Bican (aka,
      > >Bitzan), Toman, and Rataj, all Bohemians, so I can't help you out
      > >here. If I can find anything out, I'll let you know.
      > >
      > >Now, I have a question for the middle-european epicurists out there.
      > >My Grandma Toman used to make sliced garlic knockwurst with sliced
      > >onions, cider vinegar, and black pepper, and let it refrigerate
      > >overnight. I love the stuff, but I have no idea what the proper name
      > >for it is. Does anyone know? Yes, it's stinky food, but I have to
      > >make some more one of these days. I live alone, so bad breath isn't
      > >a concern for me, just good food.
      > >
      > >Kindest regards,
      > >--skeeter
      > >
      > >----- Original Message -----
      > >From: bojomo42
      > >To: <mailto:Slovak- World%40yahoogro ups.com>Slovak-World@ yahoogroups. com
      > >Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 10:20 PM
      > >Subject: [Slovak-World] Thanks!
      > >
      > >Thank you for letting me join your group. I am tracing my grandparents
      > >who immigrated from Hungary to the USA. They came from the village of
      > >Osuske now in Slovakia. Their surnames were Kovacik and Danko. My
      > >grandfathers mothers name was Malatinsky and my grandmothers mothers
      > >name was Schulz. If anyone has any information on either the surnames
      > >or the village I would appreciate hearing about it.
      > >With Respect,
      > >Bojomo42
      > >
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