L. P. Moen - Old Street Names In New Fire Map
a to machine the senatorial place from well up a OLD STREET NAMES IN NEW FIRE MAP of Prcsby- all j lo- ! of to If Cltjr I'Un* to Make Change It ShonU Be Done at Once, L. P. Meen Suggests If the city has any intention of changing the names of its streets, proposed by the Chamber of Commerce, Commerce, it should do so at once according according to L. P. Moen, a local insurance agent. Mr. Moen explained to the Journal on Monday that a representative of an eastern map concern is now at work in the city preparing a new map of Stevens Point, which will the only one made for a number years. If street changes are author- ted after the map has been completed .he map would be entirely wrong would fail lo accurately serve ils purpose. Mr. Moen said. Each insurance agency is provided with a fire map, which gives the location of building*, descriptions of them, distances and much valuable data. The laM map was made in December. 1912. The map company representative representative has been in the city for two weeks but could still change drawings to include the new street names providing quick action was taken. Mr. Moen explained. The map man still has a fall month'* work do In Stevens Point. The fire maps are used by insurance agents in writing policies.