Beaver County constable James S McDonald dies.
20 the of of by for . . patiently. to reformed although a to in BEAVER COUNTY CONSTABLE DIES James S. M’Donald Found Dead In Rochester Shed James S. McDonald, 73, resident near Hookstown, Greene township official for 35 years and one of Beaver county's Republican leaders, leaders, was found dead Saturday night In a coal shed near a gasoline station station in Rochester, Pa. Mr. McDonald and a neighbor went to Rochester on business Saturday night. The pair parted company, agreeing to meet later. An attendant at a gasoline station found Mr. McDonald's body in a coal shed later in tlie evening. Heart Attack Indicated Dr. H. C. Carter, Beaver county coroner, expressed the opinion that Mr. McDonald suffered a heart attack attack and had struck his head when he fell as there was a bruise on his forehead. It is believed that he made his way to the coal shed to protect himself from the rain. Police Police found $84 in his pockets. Mr. McDonald was tax collector in Greene township for 35 years and was a constable for about 30 years. Trained bloodhounds which he owned for several years were used extensively throughout the district in tracking down cglm- inals. He was a member of the Mill Creek Presbyterian church and the Elks lodge at Rochester. Funeral Services Incomplete Mr. McDonald leaves four sons, Frank McDonald of Chester, David McDonald of near Hookstown and Bruce McDonald and Donald McDonald McDonald at home; four daughters, Mrs, Nellie Johnson of Hookstown, Mrs. Mildred Kennedy of Corapolis, Pa., and Mrs. Mary Ross and Mrs. Gladys Moore of near Hookstown; one sister, Mrs. Lily Swearingen of Hookstown; 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The body was removed to the Stewart funeral home in Hookstown Hookstown and returned today to his home two and a half miles south of the borough. Funeral arrangements arrangements are incomplete, 7I0NEER OF MIDLAND DIES AT FARM HOME