Coal Rights 1949
COUNTY ACCEPTS BID FOR COAL LANDS First Ward property owners have been notified by Attorney Al Kane that county commissioners have officially officially accepted the bid of the group for coal leases under that section. section. The group has been negotiating negotiating for some time for purchase of Frank NemschUc announced that James Dukas has consented to act as treasurer for the property owners who will, supply tne money neeaea in nurehaui the . nroDerty. Leases will be turned over to board rpf trustels now holding leasee on some property in Kingston, v This board s headed by Bishop W. J. Hafey of Scranton Diocese. Tne cn airman of council and the school board will be added to those trustees already already serving on this board, , ' ' '