Michael Bogush awarded $7,000 in settlement during Great Depression

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Michael Bogush awarded $7,000 in settlement during Great Depression - Check in Sum of $150,000 Representing Proceeds...
Check in Sum of $150,000 Representing Proceeds From Sale of Bond Issue for Local Highway Improvement, Improvement, Received by County Today-Will Today-Will Today-Will Settle Damage Claims at Once Northumberland county this morning morning received a check for $150,000, the proceeds of the sale of the bond issue to make possible the building of the Shamokin outlet. The check was received from the investment firm of Harriman, Brown & Co., of Philadelphia, purchasers of the bond issue, and which had been held in abeyance pending the settlement settlement of the tax injunction suit recently recently dissolved by the county court. Attorney Fred B. Moser, solicitor for the commissioners, announced tha tchecks will be drawn for settlement settlement of damage claims as follows: John Strembo, $15,500; George Coaker. $4,500; Mennonite church, $18,000; John Novack, $7,400; Mary Sleshinskie, $4,500; Michael Bogush, $7,000; George Jepko, $13,100 and Demsko Yadlinski, $15,000. All of the foregoing payments will be made in keeping with awards made by boards of view, with the exception exception of the Jvlennoiiite church payment which is upon order of a jury. With the settlement of these claims it is expected the state will let the contract for the building of the outlet outlet and for the repaving of the northern northern side of Sunbury street.

Clipped from Shamokin News-Dispatch05 Jul 1932, TuePage 1

Shamokin News-Dispatch (Shamokin, Pennsylvania)05 Jul 1932, TuePage 1
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  • Michael Bogush awarded $7,000 in settlement during Great Depression

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