Frank Mocarski and the Campaign of Mercy

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Frank Mocarski and the Campaign of Mercy - a mile the the battle ruined, h e Fire-Swept...
a mile the the battle ruined, h e Fire-Swept Family Receives Financial Aid ISELIN'S "MERCY"--Charles Werner (third from left) receives a purse of money from Secretary Condor of the Holy Name Society of Iselin's Holy Cross Church at a brief ceremony yesterday. in the photo from left to right are eight-year-old Charles, Jr., one of three Werner children, Werner, Frank Mocarski and Vincent Lorenzi. (Gazette Photo by Sipos; In Iselin Area- 'Campaign Of Mercy' Aids Werner Family ISELIN--A "Campaigu-of-mercy," launched for a fire- swept Iselin family and culminated in this, the greatest season of giving, is buoying the Charles Werner family hopes of regaining regaining their normal stride in this community. The Werners, chased from their flaming home November 17, yesterday were recipients of a $325.25 purse collected from more than 280 district families by members of the Holy Name Society.of Holy Cross Church, Iselin. i Mc-j Before we see Our presents gay, Let's think of Him On His birthdav. Set Winter Ag, Home EC The Nov. 17 blaze that ravaged | the Werner home and general | store left a damage toll of $10,000. Ihere was no insurance to cover the loss. Left homeless and without any personal belongings were Werner, his wife and three children of school age. To Rebuild Housed by friends, the Werners I immediately sought a way to rebuild rebuild their business in another area and to leave the horror of that "poof-like" nightmare at Iselin Iselin "Y." Rallying to their cause were members of the local Holy Name Society, spearheaded by Father Borkowski, chaplain, and of Holy Cross Church. canvassed Iselin, Big Saltsburg, Clarksburg, 'Phone Rates Boosted In County Area The Luthersburg Telephone Company of Luthersburg, Clearfield County, will increase its rates about 500 subscribers an esumaied $1,500 a year, effective Jan. 1, m Associated Press repoited today, Customers of the Lutnersburg' be e Exchange are located in Indiana, Clearfield, Jefferson and Armstrong Armstrong Counties. Rates of another 400 customers on the Dayton Exchange will 'be changed until the company introduces dial service. The Public Utility Commission authorized the increase for residential residential and business service yesterday. yesterday. The increase on a residential one-party line for one month is cents. Other boosts range from cents to 50 cents. Deer Are Used As Spotters COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. MB -Air Defense Command head- quarters says deer on tl ter Deei Ranch at Spooner, are being used to aid ground there. 1 Wa- · v « The schedule of winter meetings ing confidence from the district's citizenry. citizenry. Receive Purse The final gesture was realized the direction of approaching craft, giving warning up to two minutes before humans can spot them. on _ . . , ,,. Cochrane, county agent, and Miss sponsored by the Indiana County '^ esterday when representatives of , _ . i the canvassing team presented the Agricultural Extension Association purse to the Werners ^ t^ jj arish was announced today by w . c house of Holy Cross Church. extension! * Mike Condor, secretary S ° Clety ' made of the IB pre- Ellen Garber, county home economist. 0^ £« f th S ' tv ^ agricultural meetings will lSteve Henkel* presiding Walter and wlt h the country dairy day, Swal bribery Wednesday Jan. 5 and close with" the county beef cattle meeting 1 f the Gazette Classified) air- president, and Elmer 1

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 23 Dec 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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