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lA It WORK RELIEF FUNDS VOTED BY COUNCIL I 1 V *JNC WS VOL. 1—No. 3 OUDEXSHURU, X. Y., THURSDAY MOBKIXU, MARCH 23. 1933. PRICE 3c } \ f i i • \ • $6,000 LOAN VOTED FOR RELIEF PROJECT City Council Meets in Special Session to Raise Funds Until Money Due from State Is Received. Ruth Signs For Salary Of $52,000 Seduction of $18,000 from Last Tear and His Lowest Since 1926. Roosevelt's Reliet Plan \ The common council met in taken to relieve such cases. The special session last night at 7.30 mayor stated that prompt assis- J NEW YORK, March 22.—Babe o'clock at the call of Mayor R. J. tance was given families in need , Ruth today settled his differences Morissette and unanimously adopt- whenever the matter was brought j with Col. Jake Ruppert, owner of ed a resolution authorizing the city to bis attention. j the New York American baseball i treasurer to make a temporary loan The resolution authorizing the | team, over salary matters and the \ of SS.000 in anticipation of the re- temporary loan was offered by Al- Sultan of Swat affixed his John j Highlights of the olan for a civilian conservation corns as proposed by President Roosevelt: The corps would: namtoer about 250,000 yrsons. The members would be drawa from the sanks of the, unem- ployed, each State contributing a number proportionate to its average of unemployed compared to the ration as a wtyole. The workers would be engaged in ref<jgestation, prevention of soil erosion and flood control. The workers would be uniformed, au*l would enlist for one year, but would not be required to bear jrms in case/ *f war- Compensation would not be more than $30 per month. The Government would supply food, clothing, subsistence, housing and medk-al care. The corps would be financed by unexpended treasury ap- propriations. -i——— Semi-Fiftals in Indoor Baseball Loop Last Night Iu the playoffs of the Indoor I Baseball League at the State Ar- to conditions which she had found were Mayor Morissette, Aldermen i management, inasmuch as Ruth Disposed of Al Reyhome and mory last night Russell's defeated ceipt of the same amount from the derman David Pelow and seconded state for work relief. by Alderman Homer Elie. The vote was preceded by a dis- Before the council adjourned Al- cussdon of work relief affairs and derman Elie presented a bill for the necessities of the situation. At 1290 for a new piano for the cily the request of the mayor, Mrs. Wal- hall auditorium and it was order, lace A. Burt, work relief investiga- ed -paid, tor, addressed the council in regard Those present at the meeting Hancock to a Yankee contract. ! Owner Ruppert's demands called for a reduction of from $70,000 to $50,000. The Bambino finally sign- ed for a one year agreement at $52,000, a reduction of $18,000. The Babe only secured a one year op- tion on his services as the Yankee Marsh Won Two Fights Last Night in sixteen homes which she had Madden, Stickney, Lynch, Elie, | would be 40 years old next sum- visited while work relief was tem- Pelow, Patmore, CorcLwell and • mer, decided not to gamble on the porarily susr>ended. She said the Bateman, Corporation Counsel Rob-: future. situation was much worse than ert S. Waterman, City Treasurer The yearly wage of Ruth is the when work was available. The aid- M. M. Morse and members of the lowest he has received since 1926. ermen listened attentively to her work relief staff. Arthur Fleetham ; recital and then asked a number stated that about 400 persons were of questions regarding the steps on the work relief register. Ox Bordeau of Malone in Star Theatre Sing. Lehman Asks Local Reforms To Cut Taxes Calls on Legislature to Act Now for Statewide Ec- onomies. ?•*'-. AIiBANY, March 22.—Governor Lehman today quickened the pace of his drive for immediate reorgani- zation of county, city, town and village governments to ligbieo the taxation burden. He reeiterated his desire for swift reorganization, after agreeing, in principle, to ttoe M of fat-Desmond bill, which would permit voters to initiate charter revision for New York city. Even as supporters and oppon- ents moved on Capital Hill to at- tend a hearing on the measure, Governor Lehman stressed the need for rearrangement of the various governments to permit ad- ditional economies. \I am anxious.\ he declared,, \to see something done at this ses- Miss Stella Ashley Died Last Night i Stricken in New York Avenue While on Her Way Home from Church Services, ; the Shipyard 10 to 6. Reid. star | hurler of the circuit, and Downey ! were the batteries for Russell's, Eb- . | )erts an<1 Bouchey for the Ship- Joie Marsh exhibited something yard . Shag Montrov ^ned the j new m the boxing game here in strikes and ballSf BUly Farrand ^ iOgdensburg last evening, fighting Chummy Per kins were base am- I two bouts on the same card, win- pires . In tne Second game ^ ,mng both battles. Marsh substi- Shade Roller defe ated the Moose ituted for Rupert, who could not 12 t0 10. The Championship game agree to the terms of the fight club will ^ played between the Shade at least that's his story) against Rollers and Russells on Wednes- Ox Bordeau and hammered out a da>% March 29 in lhe Armorv . The •popular decision over the Malone shipyard and the Moose will meet battler in four rounds. In a sched uled six round main bout Marsh m a preliminary game on the same night. Intense interest was shown disposed of his opponent, Al Rey- by a ^nery crammed full of spec- ihome of Malone. in four rounds. tators at the playoffs last evening Reyhome was unable to answer the and a much larger crowd is antici . Robert Purcell Injured in Fall Here Yesterday Robert J. Purcell, a well-known carpenter, of 629 Morris street, suffered a fracture of, his right shoulder in a fall in the Hippo- drome theatre building late yester- Miss Stella Ashley, 34, daughter «*\ lor t«« Mtn. r rom the open- pated for the championship game dav afternoon. He was removing of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ashley. m S S° n § Gentleman Joe gave Rey- next Wednesdav night . part of a stairway on the second Mechanic street, died suddenly last home a terrific beating, shooting D ^ ring the ~a me an accident floor when he fell off a step and night at 8:30 o'clock. She was on straight rights, uppercuts trom' occurred on second base when Jack struck on the floor eight feet be- her way home from attending Len- either hand and landing effectively Downey, catcher of the Russell low. Dr. F\ E. Clark was called to ten services in Notre Dame church u*til be had his man in such a team ^ head on int0 Hector Shol- attend him and directed his re >nd was passing the Stevenson Ma-leased condition the referee stop- ette second base man for the Ship- moval to the Hepburn hospital, ! ternity hospital at 324 New York Ped the bout. In the semi-final yarders Sholette wa* trying to where an X-ray examination dis- aTenue wnen s he was suddenly bout Slippery Bush of Heuvelton catch a ball thrown by Ed Bouchey closed the extent of the injury. Af- stricken, she was carried into the Jas awarded the decision over Slug- of the game team as Sholette zsid ter the fracture had been reduc- hospital ^ d Dr . F . E . Clark sum- ger Barnes of Massena. In the pre- DofPnev was trv| to ^ ^ ed Mr. Purcell was removed to his moned DUt she passed away within liminaries Farmer Tracey, slugging fmd ^ the play * Sholette received ten minutes. The cause of death plow boy from Lisbon, K'O'D his m cuf OT€r ^ eye ^ wfaile rjowney was not assigned last evening but opponent Young Arnold of Wad- Tece i ved a cut on the top of his members of the family stated that dmgton in the first round. Kid Miss Ashley had been in ill health Larock lived up to his promise and the past two or three years. beat Bunny Mashaw in four rounds. Miss Ashley is survived by her ! Larock showed plenty of improve- Speak 111 Syracuse parents, two brothers and two sis- ment from his previous bouts and , ters, Joseph and John, Mrs. Victor * the decision was a popular one. James M Daly formerly of Og ! w * rt «•« Miss Mary AsWey Tbe Thc referee was BoW>y Dean > the sioa of the Legislature which will j oengbnrg production manager for remains were removed to the fam- judges James Murphy of Ogdens- home. He was employed in making alterations in the former Hippo- drome theatre, which is 'jeing con- verted into a store. James M. Daly to head. Both injuries were regarded as slight. Boys 9 Choir Is Being Organized A boys' sanctuary choir is being promote efficiency in local govern-1 tlMfc c^mtwmi w« York strain. «r!tty home by Undertaker J. A. lie- burg and Mr- Goodison of Heuvel-- .«t not «ar u. New YoTetty. j£ € %E££^£XZ£ cL*y - «*. McLeto. ^ ,'toa. o™**** *««« the popib of the !i ^^ ^^l!2!f U, *• t * WnS win piesat u Otastnto« leetwe J Serriee. » b<u« *o-t economies im ROT- I*** <My * e « ^» W f 0 !™^ ?!T' ! Cniremty. at *:J» oetock Baseball Scores TODAY'S WEATHER int so that the hnrden of lo- cal taxpayer* may be lessened.'* } t <«*at » the Onondaga Hotel m Symcnse. Other speakers will inemde eeOor Charles W Flint, Vice Not eellor William P. Grahom, Lomis Mitchell, Dr. Barges* John- 1 OsieaSbwrg ami vicinity: Miss May L MoreJaad will go to to attend a Mist Mary Mayne sf the tele- phone stat is spending a few day* .1 s; # • w. r mm sf L U. {hi Hesvelton- 4 8on before Referee George ! ken an Miss Mayne has In-1 at Mr. ami Mrs. L. Briggs New York Yankees, 2: St. Lnnfa Cards. 3 Brooklyn, 2: BoSalo, 1. 13 Philadelphia Athletics, nati Reds. €. Washington Senators, 9; Atlawta, 4. # S: New Orleans/?. «: Montreal, ^ Rohert S. 'fonrth, fifth, sixth, seventh and &A001 T«m MJ^ iarirtnisirs I Fine Record Here the cathedral, initiated the more- jinent and is acting as instructor of The Ogdemmnrg Grammar school j *** 5*onp- He has found a consid- hasket hall team has compteted a <erahle amomnt of vocal talent very snccessfnl season. It defeat- among the yosngsters and the choir ed every team in its emss in this : promises to develop mto a fine ar- sectiom, winning 91 games. Daring ganiratkm. When it has keen train- the season the team mat six games ed smYideatly it win assist in the tm larger and more experienced services at the cathedral. players. The first string players \ days. The team is marked ky W. % jCmrk, Loccketti, Ca4e and Foam H Blake, Syracuse nniveraity William ; ier. Th«s» hmrm nr» axmftrteJ to : foo&ftll ai^Tw fwi^ lingS tA lh29 Tovette's are expected to foothafl player :e a name for fnemselres in who is a athletics waring their high 1SS to 1*29. in the Gi ) r -M*t

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