Whiting Alderman Mike Kozacik 8/5/1909

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Whiting Alderman Mike Kozacik
8/5/1909 - DOGS IN 1116 MUST 8E MUZZLED (Special to The...
DOGS IN 1116 MUST 8E MUZZLED (Special to The Times.) Whiting, Ind., Aug. 5. The Whiting city council held an adjourned meeting last evening at which all the aldermen were present, including Mike Ko-zacik. This will be the last meeting for Mr. Kozacik as he last night sent in his resignation. Mr. Kozacik has served the people well during his two terms of office. When a difficult proposition was before the city fathers Alderman Kozacik looked at it In an unbiased way, and with him the welfare of the people was his sole aim. No matter how heated the argument he would never lose his head, and the stand taken by him always met with approbation by his constituents. Owing to his many sterling qualities the resignation of Alderman Kozacik is to be regretted, but his removal from our city made this a necessity. It is not thought at present tha any one will be put in the vacancy, as the short time In which they have to serve would hardly make it worth white. )o Must Be Muzzled. The question of muzzling dogs was again taken up, as there is much dissatisfaction and trouble caused by hav-ln gthe animals shot down on the street or any place they happen to be found unmuzzled. The sight of "man's most faithful friend" being shot down before women and children is enough to give them a fright which Is not soon forgotten. The question was aiscussed pro and con and then pu to a vote. The result was that it was passed over the mayor's veto. Now it is up to every one to put muzzles on their pets or run chances of having them shot. John Furtyo, who has bee nemployed in the new park, claims to have broken two ribs, one day about three weeks ago while moving a track. He is said to have worked four days after the accident and on the fifth he went to Park Superintendent Rapp and said he was sick and wanted to go home. Last night he attended the meeting and asked for two weeks' salary and $5 for a doctor bill. This was referred to the litigation committee. Awnlt Bathhouse Opening. Bids will be advertised for the building of the bandstand in the new park, and arrangements were also made to have the electric lights put in. The bathhouse hag been about completed and will soon be open to the public. On this occasion th Masonic band will furni3h music and an all-round jubilee will be held. Much more business was transacted at this session than was anticipated and harmony prevailed during the entire session, with tha exception of the discussion of muzzling dogs. Not Appreciative. "To be In the swim, I paid $4 admission to hear that new pianist last night." "Well, do you begrudge it?" "Yes, I do. He turned out to be the fellow I complained of to the police for thumping the piano all day and all

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  2. 05 Aug 1909, Thu,
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