The Gatsby Times
By: Niya, Jasmine, Asia, Stephanie
Radio Inventor Gone
Anthony Bosson, 28 years old, of Richmond Hill is a radio engineer who disappeared from home last Friday. The day before the incident his sister, Mary Schad, with whom he lived with in Richmond Hill, received a letter for him from the Patent Bureau in Washington, speaking of a issuing to Bosson about a part for a radio device. Schad reported her brother’s disappearance to the police of the Richmond Hill Station. She said he had devoted years to the development of a special radio and for many months worked day and night to perfect an invention that he very much wanted to claim ownership of, which, according to Schad, was meant to “receive normally inaudible signals.” Mrs. Schad reported that her brother was of a uniquely creative type and was guided in the development of his invention by images he got in dreams. If you are to see him please report it to the police. Below is a picture of Anthony Bosson taken the day before he was last seen.
Biggest Party Yet!
The man that throws the best and wildest parties is at it again. Yesterday, Jay Gastby threw the craziest one yet. People from all over New York came to his mansion just to be apart of the "American Dream". Anyone that is anyone came, including actors and businessmen. He ordered two hundred oranges to be extracted. Gatsby included strobe lights and a disco ball. He hired entertainment for his thousands of guests. The famous Duke Ellington made an appearance, playing a few of his master pieces. Husbands come with their wives, later to be nagged at for looking at or entertaining other women. Towards the end of the party, things started to get wild. Wives started to get jealous and fighting the women that the men were flirting with. After all the excitement, things started to settle down. Everyone started to go home. Gatsby hired a cleaning crew and new items to replace the damages that was caused by this wild party.
Stand Up and Fight
Finally! 72 years of struggle, American women received the right to vote. After the 19th Amendment passed, reformers are talking about female voters uniting to clean up politics, improve society, and end discrimination.A woman of this decade would be surprised to know that she would be remembered as a “new woman.” Many changes will enter her life in the next ten years. Significant changes for women will take place in politics, the home, the workplace, and in education.American women were active beginning in 1826. Early years of the cause had a lot of advocates to speak on the cause.In 1869 Susan Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton formed the NWSA and there goals are complete
Biggest Party Host Dead??
The Man, the Myth, the Legend, Jay Gatsby was a man of great mysteries to the world. No one really knew who he was, but of course got his recognition as the host to the crazy and wild parties. Shocking news has reported that Gatsby allegedly made a hit-and-run, and killed Miss. Myrtle Wilson. Raged with anger and deceit, George Wilson decided to take matters into his own hands. Late afternoon, Wilson shows up to Gatsby's house and shot him in his pool. Remorsed, George then turns the gun onto his self. A tragedy you probably never saw coming. "Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgiastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that's no matter — tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther . . . . And one fine morning — So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past."