1938 MSBMA CoSponsor Adult Ed Rec 7.6.1938 BDC

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1938 MSBMA CoSponsor Adult Ed  Rec 7.6.1938 BDC - | j this i She i : to i St.,j will j may!...
| j this i She i : to i St.,j will j may! COMMUNITY CENTER TOTAKEOVERSCHOOL GROUNDS AND BLDG. Mill St. Business Men’s Ass’n Fo Act As Co-Sponsor In Project PLAY AND EDUCATION Both Activities Are To Be Conducted Under WPA and NVA Supervision The Community Center with the Mill j Street Business Men’s Association act- in* ftB co.ap0n80r8 wa8 wanted the j UH(1 ()(- tlu> ut.avei Oliver Jr., Is II St in j j j the ad j I j use of t be Beaver street school build ling and also the high school yard at I Wilson avenue and Harrison street for | use in the activities of the Adult Education Education and Recreation branches of the WPA and NYA Both activities will he under supervision, Frank Volt, substituting for Hr, J. Fred Wagner and representing the Community Center, along with Marty Green, representing the Mill Street Business Men's Association, appeared last night before the School Board Mr. Voit assured the Board that the sponsors would be liable for any damage damage done during tilt1 occupancy of the promises for these activities. Marty Green speaking oil behalf of the Mill Street Business Men’s Association Association stated that the Association would bo happy to act as eo sponsor of the project. It is plan nod to continue tin* recre ation activities at the Franklin street center as at present and to open a new recreation center at the high school grounds. The Beaver street school will be used for adult educa t ion. The School Board adopted the wage rate scale acceptable to the WPA for labor which will be employed iu the construction of t he add it ion and making alterations to the high school building These rates are based upon the rates paid by the WPA at Pelinsbury and <>li school work at Holme,shut u. Carpenters will receive $l.2r> per hour instead of $1 12Vi», bricklayers, $1 02Vi instead of $1.50, it was stated. Other rates were listed and approved Adoption of the rates was compulsory compulsory due to the School Board having accepted a PWA grant of $22.'>00. Art hill P. Brady, chairman of property property com trill te, reported fe nce im I provemeiits and repairs, improvements j to the cafeteria, suggested the pm I I base of .1 sanding machine ;<nd uNu slated (hat the cupola on tin Wood street building would be repaired soon i Other Improvements about the school j buildings were a Iso noted EmII Metzger, chairman of supplies committee, stated that all supplies for the m^xt term had been ordered, Mrs Horace N Davis told <he board that she had visited the Bath street building and finds conditions there be fore the close of the term to be :,i!i factory. Warren P, Snyder, informed tin* Board that out of an appropriation of $300 tin* Board bad spent I 11.7» for materials used in the WPA buok bind lug project. The Federal Government has spent $210!* for labor used In the cleaning and repairing of 550 l>ooks. The Roard authorized \lr Snyder to contract for a series of mu cum lectures for the sum of $135 He was also authorized to purchase records costing $35 for the musit apin< ia lion lion class Tin- contract wa* awarded to I Presser, Phila., as being tin low est bidder. Mr. Snyder was also Instructed to co operate with the State fm the ex ( lusioii of a child from school dm to low mentality. Athletics paid theli own way at the and tini; d with schools last year surplus of $00. Contract for a cold tray and salad cabinet of stainless Steel was authoi i/.ed for the sum of rit » to Jos pii Palumbo, Philadelphia. Bids at e to be asked for m w school furniture for several of the rooms All members of the Board were present,

Clipped from The Bristol Daily Courier06 Jul 1938, WedPage 1

The Bristol Daily Courier (Bristol, Pennsylvania)06 Jul 1938, WedPage 1
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