The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 7, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 7, 1938
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7,183S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIIxLEJ. PA. PAGE NINE. MT. PLEASANT ENROLLS 600 IDLE PERSONS y Unemployment Office Finds Its Facilities Heavily Taxed OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to Tho Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 7.-With the close of the Mount Pleasant district unemployment office on Thursday evening more than 600 had been registered for unemployment insurance j The three workers in the office are I kept busy from the time the office opens each day until it closes, This district comprises Scottdalc, Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant township, East Huntingdon township and Donegal township Byron Loar is in charge of the office. Miss Jean Marsh Speaks. The Junior Woman's Club of Mount Pleasant met Thursday evening at the Ross Team room in East Main street, with Miss Jean Marsh as the guest speaker She talked on "The History of Mount Pleasant" On the program were also readings by Miss Mary Hurst. At the social hour following the program, the* hostesses were Miss Alice Colismith, Mrs W. C Coch- ranc, Miss Dorothy Brycc, Miss Edra Lowe and Miss Margaret Helchn-an Hospital Donation Day. The annual Donation Tay for Fnck Memorial Hospital will be held Friday, January 21 As his been the custom in the past, this affair will be sponsored by the Aid Society of the hospital Junior Legion Auxiliary. The junior organization of the Legion auxiliary will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the Legion rooms Michael Kormuny Burled. The funeral service for Michael Konnany, 65 years old, of Standard, ·who died at his home on Tuesday will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at the Visitation Slovak Church in charge of Rev. Charles Janda Interment will be in the Visitation Cemetery Beside his wife he is survived by several grown children Greek Catholic Christmas The Greek Catholic denominations are cclebritmg Christmas today Special seniccs were held Thursday evening at St Mary's Greek Catholic Church at Trauger, and special masses were also held this morning In the homes of the congregation today is the observance of Christmas Bay, with an exchange of gifts and feasting There are many such families in Mount Pleasant township. Admitted to Hospital U G Gundcr of Bridgeport street, who has been ill at his home, has Request Special Master to/Hold Church Election UNIONTOWN, Jan. 7--A petition presented to Judge H. S, Dumbauld for appointment of a special master to preside over election of officers on Sunday, Jamiiry 10. at St Mary's Greek Catholic Church of New Salem wrote another chapter m the inter-congregation dispute that has kept members divided Into two hostile camps for more than a year The petition, prepared by State Senator Anthony Cavalcnnte, asked that a rule be Issued upon Father Knapik, pastor, Frank Gabrln, Peter Stimak, John Safe, Michael Pros- ehak, Sr, Michael Mayor, Steve Hon- govsko, Charles Homanchek, John Mains, .nid Peter Toten, to show cause why the petition should not be granted The ru!e v was made returnable ot 10 o'clock Saturday ' The petition charges th-it "by reason of irregular doings of Father Knapik, his aides and abettors, members of the congregation are in ere it mental and physical state of contusion, contention and strife to their bodies while attending church in ministration of their spiritual beliefs " The action continues to sot forth "The petitioners apprehend great danger and violence to themselves, the corporate properly and to members of the congregation should they attempt, under the corporate charter ·md by-laws, to conduct the regular annual meeting for election of corporate officers the third Sunday jn Januarj. "The petitioners as corporate om- ccrs of St Mary's Greek Catholic Church, of New Salem, will gladly | see that all costs and expenses incurred for the appointment of a special master will bo fully paid as directed by the court. "That some of the acts and deeds done by Father Knapik, his aides and abettors to provoko not, violence and discontent, arc "1 An attempt to divest the congregation of its title in fees to the real estate now standing in iU coi- porate name, and vest the same in persons designated by the canon lw\s of the Roman Catholic Church. · 2 An attempt to change the congregation's freedom of worship from the Greek Catholic rites to that of Roman Catholic rites. "3 An attempt to divest the con- Brcg-ition of its corporate rites nnd privileges under the constitution and | laws of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania and vest the same in persons designated by the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church " The petition charged that the "outrageous dynamite explosion at and near the corporate property of \l-e congregation on Christmas morning was a direct result of these irrcsuJur doings and intended, as the petitioners are informed from newspapers and other accounts, to cast contempt, suspicion and animosity upon members of the congregation and their been tal'cn to Fnck Memorial Hospital fo- tieatment. You"? People's Service. The vpi i), people of the Church of God tie sponsoring a service for youns n"cnle, to be held in connection v/i"i the annual week of prayer, on Surd?y evening AH young pconle ."re invited to take part The service will precede the closing service of the week of prayer program, being observed as a union B (Ti'~ by a ii churches of town th_s week Sunday evening's meeting will be held at the Church of God regular corporate officers" TAKES THE ITCH OUT OF ECZEMA 65-Ycar-OId Suit Is Shroud. MARYDEL, Del, Jan 7 --John H Bowdle, 02, was burled in a 65-year- old black suit he wore when he was married and also at his wife's funeral You do not have to continually suffer Jrom the fiery itching of eczema Just one application ot Ice Mint, which you can get at any dni£ store, will give quick relief. Ice Mint is a pure enow White medicated cream and to relieve the itching torture of eczema, It Is line It is pleasant to use and one jar will last tor weeks even It used two or three times a day It docs Rive quick relief Good for itching between the toes too Try Jt and you will never be without It--Ad\ ortlsctncnt. five years ago One of his last e- quests was that he be buried in the suit TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 2S 37 ze, 22 ACROSS 1--Formerly 24--Rules C--A medieval 25--Pronoun story S--Expression of dirgust 10--R-.cel 12--Electrified particlB 28--Transact 27--Containers made ot splints SI--Fatal 32--At sea 13--A telegram 34--Mythical 15--Crowd goddess of IS--A gamo tho dead played on a 35--A sllor bo-»ing alloy 21--From 23--Land measure DOWN* 1--From 2--Forthwith 3--A child ·*--Depart burning of property 22--A gratuity 23--Conjunction 27--Beak of a bird 28--FJxed 29--Fruiting aplkc of a cereal Answer to previous punlo 30--A rldgo 31--Cavern 33--Malt beverage St--A call to attract attention SB--Chopping tool 38--One 37--A wing 39--Sole to--A prophetic sign 0--Ventilates S--Indeanlts article 10--A number 14--Symmetrical 16--Enrolls one self for military sen Ice 17--Worm- eaten 19--A heavy, broad board 11--Greek letter 20--The wilUul Grief-Stricken Mother of Jersey Gungirl v s g * r « . » ) * . v t ' v ' v *-. ' - ^ ~ * * * ' ^ While one of hot daughters .Welds her from the camera, Mrs. Edward Owens, motto of one of the: tro ^ fatal «hooUng. Tho second girl held by authorities a Mrs Ethel Stohl. z °fc en[ral prel) "Spend Billion--Beat Slump" Moscow Pleases Wrliht. MONTREAL, Jan 7 -- Moscow ·jromlscs to become the finest city t he world, according to Frank Lloy Vright, internationally f a m o u American architect, who passe hrough Montreal recently en rout :rom the Soviet capital to the Unite States. Somerset Coach's Wife 111 SOMERSET, Jan 7--Mrs A. W. Somerset High and basketball loyd, wife of :hool's football 1 coach, is ill with scarlet fever. To escape the quarantine, the teacher and daughter are living with Mrs. Lloyd'5 parents ~ Girl Suffers 16 Fractures. YAK.IMA, Wash, Jan 7--Fhylli ene Grommesch, six-year-ol daughter of Mr and Mrs. P M Grommesch, holds * bone fracture record in her community The child ini casts No 15 and 18. 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