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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 3, 1938
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·IMJ.UKSUAY, MARCH 3. 1D3S. ·''HE DAILY COUT.IER, CONNELJbSVUJJi, PA. PAGE I'TVi/. Dog Catcher Will Round Up Ail Strays; License Doesn't Permit Freedom Dogs, whether licensed or not, cannot run at large, Chief of Police An- 1 drew W. Thomas today pointed out as OD. J. (Dundee) Schiovani, newly appointed dog catcher in the city, continued to round up stray canines, increasing the total in the basement of City Hall to a dozen. Chief Thomas said that some owners are ol the notion that because a dog has a license it may be permitted to run at large and dig up flower beds and otherwise cause damage. Warning owners to keep a watch on their dogs, Chief Thomas directed attention to Section 19 of the amended Pennsylvania Dog Law which reads: "It sh-ill be the duty of every police officer to seize and detain any dog or dogs which bear a proper license tag and which are found run- HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT BERRY PROPERTY HELD VALUELESS KNOXV1LLE, Tcnn., Mar. a.-A three-member Federal commission reported the marble properties of Senator George. L. Berry and his associates in the TVA's Norris Dam wore "commercially worthless" and had no value. The Berry interests iiad claimed a value of "more than $5,000,000." Special to The Courier., MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 3.-Many complaints have been made to police officers ol thclts from cars parked in Eagle street by persons who attended tho industrial lair of the American Legion now in progress nt the Armory. Gasoline has been drained from tanks and radiator caps removed. Special Lenten Services. Special services were held at St. Joseph's, St. Bernadine's, Transflgur- ScotHale Grange ' Program March 10 SCOTTDALE, Mar.. 3.--Eureka Grange No. 1011 ot Scottdale will have a program Thursday night, March 10, at 8 o'clock under the sponsorship ot the West Penn Power Company with D. W. Rice in charge. He will discuss "Rural Electrification" and show sound pictures en- ti'.led, "Bill Howard, R. F. D." The grange hall is located at Hawfccye, two miles north ot Scottdale, on Route 119. The public is invited to Attend this program, Secretary H. G. Miller announced. ning at large, either upon the pub- at '° n and Visitation churches lie streets or highways of the Com- Wednesday morning and evening, monwcalth, or upon the property ot other than the owner of such dogs, and unaccompanied by the owner or keeper, when such police officer is in immediate pursuit ot any such dog or dogs. "It shall be the duty of every police officer to kill any dog which does not bear a proper license tag which is lound running at large. The chief of police or his agents ot any city, borough, town and township, the high constable of any borough, or the constable o£ any borough not having a high constable, and the constable of any incorporated town or township, shall cause any dog bearing a proper license tag and so seized and detained, to be properly kept and fed, and shall cause immediate notice, cither personal or by registered mail, to be given to the person -in whose name the license was procured, or his agent, to claim such dog within 10 days. The owner of a dog so detained shall pay all reasonable expenses incurred by reason of its detention, under the provisons ot this iection, before the dog is returned." Section 20 of the law states: "It, after 10 days from the giving of such notice, such dog has not been claimed, such chief of police or his agent, constable or high constable, shall dispose of such dog by sale or by destruction in some humane manner. No dog so caught and detained ..shall be sold for the purpose of vivisection. All moneys derived from the sale of such dog, after deducting the expenses of its detention, sholl be paid to the county treasurer and by him paid to the State treasurer. For services under Section 19 and 20 of. this act,'such officers shall be paid the sum of $2 for detaining a licensed dog, and the sum of SI for the killing and proper disposing of carcass ol each unlicensed dog cy cremation, burial or other approved sanitary method . . ." One paragraph of Section 21 states: "It shall be unlawful for any person to interfere with any officer or agent Jaw." in the enforcement ot this Uniontown Legion Making Plans for Americanization Special to Tho Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 3.--LaFayettc Post of the American Legion has inaugurated plans for the flfth annual Americanization Day celebration with the appointment of a committee. Sergeant James H. Smith was ushering in the Lenten season. Special services were also held at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Legion Auxiliary Meets. The auxiliary of James E. ZundcU Post,. American Legion, held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening in the Legion rooms. The following delegates were named to the meeting of the Westmoreland County Council, to be held at Jeannette next Tuesday: Mrs. Joseph Brlercheck, Mrs. William Forcjt, Mrs. W. W. Washabau, Mrs. William Queer nnd Mrs. Flossie Keller. It was decided to hold a card party and bingo in the Legion rooms later this month. f Community health was the subject for the evening, and Miss Eva Freeman, Red Cross nurse, wa's the speaker. At the close of the meeting there was a social hour, with refreshments. The committee in charge was Mrs. A. J. Rehanek, Mrs. Frank Pfrogncr, Mrs. James Laird, Miss Blanche Bechtcl nnd Miss Anna Shachtc. The regular meeting of the junior auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening. In FricJt Hospital. Harry Cunningham, GO years old, who lives at the rear of Main street below the Diamond; was taken to Frick Memorial Hospital Tuesday, where he is undergoing treatment. Undergoes Operation. Peggy Frederick, 16 - year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frederick, of East Smithflcld street, is getting along nicely after an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Tuesday for appendicitis. Ritual at Galley Home. A ritual was held Wednesday evening for the late William C. Galley at the home in West Washington street by 30 members of the Moss Rose Lodsc of Odd Fellows. Missionary Meeting. The Missionary Society of the Church of God will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. J. Thompson in East Main street. To Lead Prayer Service. Mrs. D. C. White will be the leader of the World Day of Prayer service to be held at the United Brethren Church Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Members of the various missionary societies will take part in the program. Dr. R. \V. Chalfant Dies. Dr. R. W. Chalfant, 85, membcr.ol a pioneer Brownsville family, died Tuesday at his home at Bellcfontaine, Ohio. Cleveland Miss Hiccoughs 425,000 Times in 15 Months CLEVELAND, Mar. 3.--If Loretta Malloy, 20-year-old Cleveland miss, lad said ."I beg your pardon" every time she! hiccoughed in the last 15 months, she would have repeated it more thdn 425,000 times. Every '15 to .20 seconds she hic- coughs. Dozens of remedies have failed and since November! 1936, she has had only a three-week respite. Slow sipping of brandy /failed and they started up again. i "Anybody would get used to them after 15 iponths," she said today. "There' isn't much pain and you can't just lie down and die when there's nothing else wrong." The hiccoughs are of a mild order, she says, and their most serious aspects is her 16-pound drop in weight. RELIEF DENIED MAN, OWNER OF 17 DOGS W1NSLOW, N. J., Alar. 3.--Officials have dropped from the relict rolls a man who refused to give up 17 dogs with which he shared his «'-- lownnce.. I Garrctt Man Dies. MEYERSDALE, Mar. 3.--William Carter, ( 7 6 years old, a resident ot Meycrsdalc for many years, died Saturday night at the home of a son, George, at Garrctt, He was born in England and came to this country when a young man. His wife preceded him in death and he leaves these children: Mrs. William Bencigh and Walter Carter of Johnstown, Thomas Carter of Akron, Ohio, and George Carter of Garrctt. 191,284 Farms In State. There are more farms in Pennsylvania than there ore manufacturing establishments in the entire United States, according to the State Department of Agriculture. Pennsylvania has 191,284 farms and there arc approximately 142,000 manufacturing plants in the United States. Gargle With The Antiseptic That Wins Standard . Laboratory Tests by 9.3 to 1 Tho mlnuto your throat foeli dry and raw, (mrclo with tiio antlioptic that A (lit cold jrmj fasti U«o Zortito, H'« 9.3 tlm« rooro active-by iitAinlanl i laboratory tests -- than any other popular, non-poisonous antiseptic. 7xnllo pirn relief In 3 ware: 1 Wlk an kind* of cold jtern»-Hii context! (2) iooUios dry.rawUiro»tt r3 Increases normal (low of natural, healthful Uukl*I Start now--tfarjjlo with Zonlto iw directed. You'll foci rellcT a/Ifrtht first gargltt again named general tho event. chairman of Reserves Meet Tonlghl. Captain L. E. Weightman of Uniontown will discuss "Reinforced Bridage in Offense and Defense" at the conference of the tri-county district Reserve Officers Association tonight it 8 o'clock in the County Building at Uniontown. Tower Hill Woman Dies. Mrs. Anna Margaret Yanatchko, 46, wif-5 of Joseph Yanatchko of Tower 'Hill No. 2, died Tuesday afternoon ui a Pittsburgh hospital. She leaves her father, George Banks of Ilccla, her husband, four children four brothers and three sisters. Eli TUozus Dies. Eli Mogus, 52, died Tuesday at Un- lontown. Ho leaves two cousins. Mrs. Eivinsr Osborne Dead. Mrs. May Whctsel Osborne, 60, wife of Kwing Osborne, died Tuesday morning at her home at Upper Middletown. She leaves her husband and 1ve children, including Homer of Smock. HAPPY RELIEF BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys V. ·V a B r o n c h i a l Coughs Just A l"e\v Sips nnd-- Like A JHaslt--Relief! Spend o icw cents today at any Rood drugstore for a bottle of triple acting IIUCKLKV'S MIXTURK--take a couple Of doses and sleep sound all night long-your irritating cough ot bronchitis Is under control. Onn little sip and the ordinary cough Is on Its way--continue for 2 or 3 days and often you'll hear no more from that rough old hang-on cough that nothing Kccnu to help. Over 9 million bottles sold In cold-wintry Canada. Burn's Cut Kate Store. IN TIMES LIKE THESE Do you h««itAt« to get a * IOAC? Ju«t come Jn and tall u* how you will r«pay ui Jn»m*!l, raguli lnitalm*nts . . . tho lost l» simple At Parional Financa Co. No ·ndorsors. Com* In NOW I' * iofcW-- ALLPIANJ 375 O///M* Ninth Year In ConncIIsvillc. PERSONAL FINANCE CO. O\cr McCroy's. U*. Cranford Avenue, Phone 31. Many of tboM enawinjc, n»reinc, p a Dftcuohea pcopU bum « on colds or ·train* *r« oftfla c»u»d by Urwd Iridaoyi-- and may b« mli«Yfd whan trraUd in tho right way. Tho kidney* *ro Niture'aohisI w»y of tslclnt nxoeu »dda and pofaonuua waito out of lh« blood. Moat people paaa about 3 pinto a day or about 3 pounds of wwt*, If Iho 16 mile* of kidoer tube* and Glbw. don t work Well, poUoaoui wait* matt«r «tay» in the blood, Th**«jo«on» may atart n«EC )B e backache* , rheumaUo pain*, IOM of pep and onercy. cetUoa up nlcHtu, aw«llin£, pullUrau ooder tho eyn, beadache* and diiimuui. Don t wait! 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