Coal Rights 1949
; , Edu ardsville COMMITTEE HEARS REPORT. Committee hondod hv Fmnk Nemachick and James which U. seeking for the property I owners in part of the First Ward, i the mineral rights to the old Kings'- Kings'- LW" ihe.r?c'oryjf S! S froni Attornpv ai t Kano whS wTreUinedV leases. ' Mr. Kane said t hat the bid money, which the committee turned over to him had been accepted and the transferring of the deeds was in process and in the near future Ul . "r, r . w irauy presentation to the committee. wiimuunr, nowever, was somewhat concerned because the 1 resixmse to appeals for rontrihn-i rontrihn-i rontrihn-i tions to defray the cost of thpi 'project has been slow, it was de- de- ciueu uiu ouuincr personal appeal i will be made. Rev. J. E. Gryczka of St. Hed-1 Hed-1 Hed-1 nurcn ana uev. Anthony i j Repella of St. John's Russian Or-'Rev Or-'Rev ! thodox Church announced they j i will start soliciting on Friday. .About $i,3UO has to be raised.