The Wonderful Mrs. John Maroney.
Keep Children in Old School Pleads Mother, Points Out Distractions at New Building Mrs. John Maroney. 41 Tulip street called upon the Poughkeepsie Board of Education to "keep our children in the old Hieh school buildinK in North Hamilton street. MrsMsroneyiaia or tue new Central Seeks Boost in Fares Putnam Division Called 'Hopeless' Poughkeepsie ares commuters on the New York Central railroad railroad who ride dally Mondiy through Fridays, between here and New York City, may have to pay as much as $30 for monthly books of tickets instead of - the existing $41.94 commutation book, tbe railroad said today. While employes of the ticket office at the local ststlon had no detailed advance information on a proposed fare boost of tbe New York Central. The Associated Associated Press said from New York City the rates to commuters are proposed to be hiked by an aver age of 26 percent. THE MOST POPULAR book sold here Is the monthly book, good for use Mondays through Fridays at a rate of $41,94. An other book good for use all days of the moaUh is sold at $40 60. The railroad has asked the high school that, "The grounds are rough, there are workmen, lumber and wires about I fear something might happen. - When you have about 1,600 children in a mass, they're not able to watch every step." MRS. MARONEY Is the moth er of Msrlsn Jane Maroney, 14, a second term freshman, hum. Maroney ssld. "I have only one daughter in school now, but I'm not speaking for her alone. I feel there must De nunareat oi parents parents who feel the same way I do. I just want whafa - right for my child the tame as all the other parents do. I've bad other children children so through high schooL I . am.. - ma iTo".KeryTrntou S'MS.10"1" W' in where they walk. "The children were told to report report to the old high school building building early this morning. There sre no lights or heat In that building." building." - I ASK THE POUGHKEEPSIE Board of Education, would you be willing to do your thinking and concentrating admlst rubble with noises of construction all about youT Children Just can't learn thst Wsy. What's more, It Is very upsetting to them to have things In such a turmoil."