Edw purchase old movie seats 1936

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at If eve-fling testl- In If I Iglnally called for all work to be completed by November 11, The heating contractor had his work dune by that tlmo but several other contracts are not near completion, Patrolman Stanley Oerkvlts of Filbert street, who lt convalescing at nls nonie following an exami nation at a Philadelphia hospital, was granted a month s leave of absence, Tho Street Commltteo and Street Commissioner were instructed to Investigate tho West. lettebon street pave and report at tho next meeting. Tho pave has been considerably damaged In recent weeks by mine settling)), School Board Names Clerk Miss Ida Messlnger, of Hast Pet-tebone street, who has been employed In the high school office for the past several weeks, was appointed office clerk and secretary to the supervising principal laHt night at a regular meeting of Forty Fort School Board. She will be an additional employe of the district. Harry E. Bonham, of Forty Fort, was awarded a contract for remodeling a second floor room In the high school and for making changes in the high school office during the Christmas vacation for $101. s,r A communication sent to council by Mrs, Mary Hawkins, who Is said to have suffered Injuries of her arm on January 6, when she fell In front of Crlsmun street school, was referred to the school board, which win discuss the matter with mem bers of council. Bids wor curtains at the now I rrlsman street school and for a flag pole to bs placed In front of tne school were received and re ferred, with power to act, to awsrd contracts to the lowest responsible Mrtflers. Hlds were received as fol-lows: Charles W. Rice, $200; Brea- lau and Lynwood Supply Company, 2:'fi and I2SB; Fowler. Dick and Walker. $147,911; Luther O, Drnper Company, $158.50 and $182.2(1. Flag pom Dins yere: w nm V. Thomas. id; wresiau and Lynwood Supply Company, $125- and 1175: Wllkes-Barre Iron and Wire Com pany, $28. REMEMBER OUR OPEN HOUSE ASSEMBLY TMTV sound notion piotnras-"lTtws Beel," "How ton M It." "Ttggs Ar.nt Baft,' "Tin and Wst.r." Tussaay vsning. Dm. 8, 7iSO p. m. bonner&Vancampen CHETKOLET COMPAWY 970 Wyoming Ave rorty Tort Andtnon Heard A Joint meeting of the Ul-Y and thte Girl Reserves at the high school lust nllit was addressed by Dr. O. B. Anderson, of Wllkes-Barre, who spoke of the Olympic games held last summer in Berlin, Germany. Following thte meeting refreshments were served and dancing enjoyed. Edwardsville Band May take Harrisburg Trip Edwardsvllle school board at a meeting yesterday discussed plans, sugested by Director Edward Bu-nosky, to take the 93-Jlece high school band to Harrlsburg on January 4, to lake part in ceremonies at the opening of the new Htato Legislature, which will have among its members Dr. A. J. Vallbus, a member of the local school board. The band, If the trip is made, will be accompanied by a motorcade oj Edwardsvllle friends of Dr. .Vallbus. A report was fnadie that recently several articles and small sums of money were takn from Jucksnn street, Russell street and the Jilgh school buildings. , Replacing of the old seats In the high school auditorium was suggested by Director Alex Rebar. He reported that James Dukas will soon' be purchasing new seats for the Grand Theatre and suggested that perhaps some of the old seats in the theatre might be purchased by the district. This matter was re- fnrr1 tn fhn nrnnnrtv inmmltlAi. Employe of the district were or dered paid on December 23. Director Ralph Morgan suggested that the Iron plates covering guttering under sidewalks on Summit street side of the high school ba securely fastened to prevent accident, Use of the auditorium at the high school on December 11 and 12 was granted to Woodward Hill Hose Company. The boad decided not to allow teams other than those representing the high school to use' the school gymnasium. Councilmen Give Drivers Warning Police were Instructed at last night's meeting of Edwardsvlll Council to srrest motorists who have been making a practice of driving through Main street after storms and splashing water on pedestrians, Following a question by Councilman Htochla, as to why work has not been started on the WPA project to repair Columbia Hose House. Chairman Bobalko explained that, local officials have made efforts to havo the work started but have) been told that funds have not been allocated for it. Councilman Samuel Jenkins re ported than an inhaiatur has been purchased for the. fire and polite departments, GRAND THEATRE Tonight - Hhlrley Temple and Frank Morgan in "Dimples." Comedy and short subjects conclude program. Charter. To Close A regular meeting of Branch 12, Luzerne County Unemployed League, will be held tonight at the town TialL Tho charter will be open, for new members tonight for th last time, After tonight no complaints will be handled for any on unless they have been In the or ganlzatlon for one month. , The branch will also discuss staging a minstrel show following the holidays. Samuel Rodgers la chairman of the organisation and Paul Gur-elk, Jr., is secretary. RAKE-- REBEL LINE (Oontlnntd rrom Page Out) ft government cruiser off Cartagena and bomb-fragments which landed In the city. Tho pictures, they said, would b used to sustain his allegations Germany and Italy are aiding the Spanish Fascists. Starts Investigation Oslo. Norway. Deo. I. (JPiTh Norwegian foreign office was In formed today the 1,198-ton Nor weglan steamer, Gulnes, had been bombed by Insurgent Kpanlsh air planes while entering Seville harbor and that one seaman had been killed. The shipowner said the vessel was empty and under way from Oporto to Seville to collect a cargo of ore, Hhe never has carried contraband, he added. The foreign office Is conducting ft vigorous investigation, o Rtpuli Attack Salamanca, Spain, Dec. 8 (IP) Fascist troops repulsed a heavy government attack near Belch It e, Zuragoza Province, Insurgent general headquarters reported today Socialist militia regiments, which were declared to have suffered "heavy losses," abandoned eight machine guns and quantities of rifles and war materials, the announcement said, - GOVERNMENT GUNS

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  1. Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News,
  2. 08 Dec 1936, Tue,
  3. Page 25

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