Widen Main St 1934

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Widen Main St 1934 - EDWARDSVJLLE Reviving Question W Widening Mam...
EDWARDSVJLLE Reviving Question W Widening Mam street A number of property owners on xr..i- a i . ... 9 Xir.aiu, ecreei, cuwarasvme ana Kingston are of the opinion that there la room fnr ImnrnvArnpnr in . the condition of Main street. They feel that the Main street should be widened and that we rhouid discuss among ourselves the - advisability of appealing: to our bor ough oounoil regarding White Way flighting of our Main street, that is Instead of one light at each street intersection there should be in ad- diMon several curb lights between, on both sides of the street aa on .Wyoming avenue. Kingston. A meeting will be held Sunday afternoon at ZiZfi at the Grand theatre:-' " The plans which we believe will b beneficial to property owners and business men will be discussed. Vcti are cordially urged to attend this meeting and your opinion on -nn varlowaCT8raroWhtuir ; The following business men are among those who feel that something can be done to improve main ."street conditions and have endorsed -thti object in calling the meeting "and request others to do so and to attend. James Dukas, John R. Hatten, Maurice Unterberger. William B. Davis, Jacob Fisher, Tsadore Morris, M nrAt.k.u.. mi km t . i Edward Mazanowskl, Charles Kli- meK, Milton Ruth, Charles Roma-JinwskI, Katrash Estate, Leo Thomas, Nathan Fisher, Peter Luk-aivage, McIIugh Kstate. McManus Estate, Adam Hozempa, Julian Puh-Ick. T. Husband, Oddfellows Bldg., Nat. Karnofsky. Alec Reba. Thomas Push. Benjamin Wlshnef--ki and many others. At the ast council meeting, Engineer Boyle reported that from his survey of conditions along Main street it would not be practical to move back the sidewalks as the aaiount of room to be utilised in this way -would not permit of street care and autos passing in opposite directions. UNEMPLOYED TO SOLICIT FUNDS . The Edwardevllle Branch of the Luzerne C ounty Unemploy ed League at its meetirur Wednes day night appointed a committee to solicit the business, 'establishments for funds to carry on their work. The committee will present proper crtKientiela signed by the officers of BRIEF NOTES Born o. Mr. and. Mrs. T. Edward Williams of 88 Center street a son. Mrs. WiUiams was the- 'former I hernia Mareavage. The funeVal of Cassimer Stane- keenaa of 2M Hillside avenue will be held torndrrow morning at 8:30 from the horn with a high mass of requiem at tsi Mary's , Lithuanian Born, to Mr. land Mrs. Stenhen Petras of 4 Soutlipase street, a son. Mrs. fetraH wav formerly Miss Stella JJorofikJ. The pall bearereV or Mrs. Martin Golightly of Tobin iLane . were the following grandaonaV-Matin-t)avii Sheldon Davis, Thotlas and Henry Golightly, Henry RicAtrd Jones and Ralph Montigney. Tne nreachlnz service was by Rev. Thomas Hughes ana ev. .uieweiiyn i nomas. Inter ment was at Forty Fort. The A. & P. store whk has been in the Odd Fellows building on Main street for fourteen years will soon mqve to the Shuna buudng across the street. LAWYER OPENS OFFICE Attorney Leonard Morgan, former county controller, has openef law office at 18 Hillside avenue being the former law office of thj late Attorney Jonah A. Davlea, He is residing' with his aunt on Vreen street. Mr. Morgan is a product of the town and a former borough attorney. I Hillside Lodge of Odd Fellow is fitting up part of their bulldin the second floor for a club r and recreation center. They at

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 16 Mar 1934, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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