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 - FOR PUBLIC MARKET HERE Mrs. Bangs Says...
FOR PUBLIC MARKET HERE Mrs. Bangs Says Politicians Make Brooklyn Wait. At a meeting to discuss ways and moans of providing a public market for Brooklyn, held last night at the Neighborhood Guild, 176 Nassau street, Mrs. Charlotte Bangs, who has made an inspection of public markets all over the United States, stated that the only reason that Brooklyn has not come forward in this question is because because the politicians of Manhattan have made Brooklyn wait, "I would suggest that you bring this matter before your Borough President in a direct way, and prove to him that a public market would benefit Brooklyn Brooklyn in every way,' said Mrs. Bangs. "If we want a market in Brooklyn we must get the co-operation co-operation co-operation of the people of Brooklyn, who, as a majority, are in favor of this question." Maurice Garltck presided. The other speakors of the evening who suggested very good ways of starting a market were Thomas O'Toole, Miss Patterson and Miss Alice E. Robbing. a

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 26 Feb 1915, Fri,
  3. Page 23

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