The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1938 · Page 11
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February 25, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,133S.- THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. , PAGE ELEVEN SUB-STATIONS DESIGNATED BY MOTOR POLICE By Vnltcd Press. HARRISBUHG, Feb. 25.--Tho State police-highway patrol merger authorized by the last Legislature nearcd completion Thursday with designation · of 88 sub-station locations and assignment of 17 motor police troop leaders. . Commissioner P. W. Foote, head ot the consolidated force of. 1,056 men, said the new setup would be in full operation about July 15 after graduation of the second class of student recruits at the · Meycrstown training school. Additions to the ranks this year will increase the personnel to 1,600 as ordered by Governor George H. Earlc. "Members ot the former Highway Patrol and former State Police will continue, for the most part, each in their respective lines o£ work," Foote said. "As far as possible, 10-hour patrols of two eight-hour shifts will be maintained, with special attention being given to the main arteries of travel." Difficulty in securing suitable quarters has delayed establishment of troop and sub-stations in the communities selected, the commander said. Foote will assign noncommissioned officers to sub-stations later. In plotting the administrative districts, Foote' divided the State into three districts of approximately the same area, then divided the more populous eastern third into halves and established a squadron organization for each of the four areas. Personnel assigned to the western third was designated as the first squadron w i t h headquarters at ounly Court Musi Decide If "Time Off" Is Taken From Minimum or Maximum Term UNIONTOWN, Feb. 25.--Jail penalties imposed on two numbers defendants have resulted question confronting in a new the court whether the time off for trusty work in the kitchen is to be taken from the minimum or maximum sentences. Joe Sansone and Russell Hickman, sentenced to six months in jail, have been doing fine work in the jail kitchen. Their fines and costs have been paid. Under ordinary circumstances the sentence is reduced one- third for trusty work. The three judges arc to confer in several days to determine whether the time of! is to apply to the maximum or minimum sentences. Greensburg. Major J. C. Mauk was assigned as squadron leader, with Captain J. G. McCann us second in command ot the 342 men. The first and fifth squadrons were divided into five troops; the others into four. Greensburg was designated as headquarters also for the squadron's Troop A, commanded by Lieutenant M. J. Crowley, with a staff of 112. Sixty-four were assigned to Greensburg headquarters and the remainder to sub-stations as follows: Ebensburg, 11 men; Indiana, nine; Somerset, eight; Jennerstown, Murrysville, Pittsburgh and New Kensington, five each. Lieutenant Hay Hoover was assigned commander of Troop B at Washington which will have 53 men on its roster, including 14 at the headquarters and the remainder at the following sub-stations:, Waynesburg, six men; Uniontown, 17; Imperial, eight; Charlcroi, eight; Elizabeth, number undetermined. KAISER'S SON DENIES FLEEING PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 25.--Mrs. David Lang and sister, Mrs. James jowthcr, arc spending the week in mperinl with Mrs. Lang's son, Harold. Mr. and Mrs. John Forsythc o£ Charleroi' are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Strawn Forsythc. A committee from the Pcrryopolis Methodist Episcopal Church, composed of Mrs. H. P. Kamercr, Mrs. Former German crown prince with friend at Alplno resort Germany 1 * former Crown Princa WUhcun, left, IB shown with a friend at tho Italian Alpine resort of Cortina D'Ampczzlo. 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