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PACE FOUR T H K A DVAXl' K - X E W S SATIKDAV. SEPT. ;!(». 1933 The Aav.no.News 'MORE RAILROADS 1$ a daily tabloid newspaper published every weekday morn- 4MQ except Monday, by The Ogdensburg Advance Co., Inc., Ogdensburg, X. 7, Subscription Rates 10c per Week REPORT NET GAINS jOperating Income in August of Class 1 Lines Above That of Year Before. War Veterans U. S. Examinations (Continued from Page 1) The United States Civil Service acted in an emergency situation Commission Iras announced open might be a burden to the people of competitive examinations as fol- the country for generations to lows: come. Mr. Snekl appealed to the Junior Librarian. $2,000 a year, men of the Co. D association, bap- Library Assistant, $1.M»0 a year! tized by fire, to carry on in peace Junior Library Assistant. $1,620 a time »s they did in war and said year. Under Library Assistant. $1.- iEntered at the Ogdensburg Postoflice as second-class mail matter.) THE CUBAN AFFAIR Re.poii* to date indicate that the net operating income of all Class 1 railroads in August was greater than in the same month of 1932 for the second consecutive month. - While es-ti mated gross revenue for Unless ihe lives of foreigners are j August was ahead of that for July, actually threatened by internal con- ditions of lawlessness, there ap- pears to be no justification for increased expenditures for mainte- nance resulted in a smaller amount being transmitted to net in August i than in July. even considering the possibility of| intervening in Cuba. Every period j pissl was $297,500,000, against $252. of radical social transformation j R»2.t>o0 in August, 1932. an increase hrings chaos and disorder, of;en j of IS i>er cent, and against $°.f»4.392.- iong drawn out. and in the case of The first fifty seven companies to report for August showed net operating income of $51,054,000. against $25.S10.000 in August. 1932. an increase of 6.5 per cent. In July their net was $•\:*. against $12,199,000 in July, 1932. an in- crease of 341 per cent. Oross revenues of these lines were about $247,269,000 in August. Indicated gross for all lines in Au- against $210,132,000 in August. 1932. an increase of 17.6 per cent, and against $300,746,000 in August. 1931 that the entire country looked to the former leaders of war days to lead them now. Following Mr. SnelKs address, which concluded the speaking pro- gram, the men pi<esent arose and bowed their heads in silent prayer for their comrades who have pass- ed on. (Jeu. James S. Boyer of Water- town, a former commander of the okl First regiment, of which Com- pany D was a unit, was expected to attend but was detained by ill- 440 a year. Minor Library Assist- ant, $1,260 a year, departmental service. Washington, D. C, and field service. Botanical Artis:. $3,200 to $3,700 a year. Bureau of Plant Industry, Department of Agricnlture, Wash- ington. D. C. School Social Worker (Visiting Teacher* $2,300 a year. Indian Field Service, Department of the Interior. State Supervisor of Crop Pro- duction Loans, $2,400 a year. Field. Supervisor of Crop Production Cuba it is natural to expect more ilian ordinary disorder. Besides the internal questions there are a number of international complica- tions which must be solved before Cuba can •begin to put her houst* j cent in order. Cuba ha? problems that j Y. ill baffle her leaders for months and years to come. Intelligent Cu- inns are not asking too much when they demand an opportunity to *ork these out alone. No nation like? interference from abroad. Usually no other people can understand the problems of an- o her i>eople as well as the natives themselves. Those who intervene are generally soldiers, not states- men. In the interest of inter-Am- erican friendship and of Cuba it- self, the United States would do \fcell to let Cufca for once be truly •*Iihre.~ 000 in August. 1931. a decrease of IS.3 per cent. Indicated net oper- ating income in August was $5s.- 50O.0O0, against I2S.36S.000 in Au- gust. 1932. an increase of 106.2 per cent, and against $56,444,000 in Au- . gust. 1932 MILK AS A MONOPLY uess. A telegTam of greeting was a decline of 17.7 per cent. Their received from Gen. John F. O'Ryan Loans, $1.S00 a year, Farm Credit July gross was $243,8<K>.000. against of NVw York, commander of the Administration, field service. $198,392,000 in July, 1932, an in- 27th division, of which Company Junior Muftteraph Operator. $1.- crease of 22.8 per cent. D was a part. 440 a year. Under Multigraph Op- The Pennsylvania reported that During the evening a musical erator, $1,260 a year, departmental passenger receipts in August in- program was given by Reg. Byers* service, Washington. D. C, and creased $102000 to $4.S35,429, and orchestra, assisted by Charles field service, an increase of 3.6 per ' the Baltimore & Ohio noted a gain Stoneberg. All salaries given above are sub- of $229,000 to $1,070,206. At the business meeting the qaes- j^x t o a deduction not to exceed ; . * ion °* admitting the oldest son of 15 per cent as a measure of ec- each veteran into honorary niem- onomy and to a retirement deduc- bership in the association was dis- tion of 3 1-2 per cent. cussed and a committee of twelve with power to act was named. The following oificers were elect- ed: President. Carl L. Moulton: vice-president, Willard McGuire: secretary and treasure*. Thomas E. Burns. The association holds its annual reunions on the anniversary of the breaking of the Hindenburg line, in which 'battle the -7th division was engaged. Vivid Picture A Cavalcade of Theatrical Life 3 Generations of Vaudeville Troupers Depicted in 'Broad- way to Hollywood.' Clerk in Same Store 73 Years Died Thursday A veritable \Who's Who\ of the stage and screen appears in \Broadway to Hollywood.** daz- zling pageant of half-a-century in the theatre in which the great names of Hollywood and Broad- way unite. The great Metro-Gold- wyn-Mayer spectacle in which a story drumminer with the heart- beats of human drama is sur- rounded by tbe pageantry of the- atredom from the days of Tony Pastor to the modern talking-iilm era, comes Sunday to the Strand Theatre for 2 days. Its brilliant aggregation of stars includes Alice Brady. Jackie Cooi>- er, Jimmy Durante. Frank Morgan. Madge Evans, Eddie Quillan. Fay Templeton. May Robson and Rus- Hardie. The story starts in the first dawn of vaudeville. It then goes down time to the reign of Lillian Russell with \Diamond\ Jim Brady gleaming from a theatre box. and shows three generations of \Troupers\ marching proudly down the years. Revives Old Song Hit Fay Tempieton sing? the old- time song hit, \Rosie Posie.\ There • are dazzling Albertina Rasch bal- lets. In the trreat modern finale on Distribution o f milk ultimately xtuist be concentrated, if the words of I>:\ Thomas Parran. Jr.. state commissioner of heal-th and mem- ber of the state milk control •K>ard. can be taken literally. •Shaking at a convention of the Kenv York Slate Sanitary Officers* association in Syracuse, he pre- dicted rigid state control of milk distribution. Distributors would be i sell granted franchises in the same manner as public utilities. Those who have studied the problem deeply have come to the conclusion that the state in the interests- of both producer and con- sumer must assume greater control of distribution. It is significant that the official board has reached ihe same conviction. The idea is revolationarv onlv, TT „ M _, , . * , * fa Hollywood sound stage, the huge -usofar as 11 relates to the fannj. March ^ Time ~ M]eX wUh fiTe ndusuy. For many years we bare! hucdrei! ^^ climaxes the nlot- i*-en accustomed to the utility These are all part of stage se- ptan, whereby one enterprise is j ouences and form an integral part granted a monopoly in distribution of the story of three generations to bring about necessary econom- °* * ^auderilie family. *-s in operation. It has many de- The history of this family car- ets, but it also has manv merits * er * alinofrt silty rears of sbow Tiw> **»*~ —5iv ~~— , «J ^ dom- Alice Brady and Frank Mor- The state milk control board can ^ p]ar ^ ^^ ^^ t ^ m ratify its premises, a* voiced by j at Toar p^^ TMr ^ ^ ved Or. Parran. by selecting one repre-j b y Jackie Cooper, grows up and :~atatire. city of the state as a.Joins the act. Lstfer this son is laboratory, a testing ground, in played by Russell Handle. He «hkh 10 try oat the plan. In that j Marries Madge Evans, and the *-ay actual ^ra<ike would siijpk- J $*©*\y is then brought up to mo4- aieat theory. All the questions of < ern °* y5 wWl tt * • ctio,n <**nteTing control of production, of c-conomici I ?? ^ *****—_ wh 9 m retail delivery att <f collections. of processing milk, couid 1* ans- w#-red by definite test. It is not a plan that can be put imtm operation! qockly. If finally; abided anon *y j^ «ate. years will be needed to bring it to fmi- a* aar pretext day niiH- iato larger *in?> a caatiaaal prace».s of af ST^aJIer cacnp^^nz ALEXANDRIA BAY. Sept. 29.— Clovis J. Lefebvre. 8:». for 7:: years a clerk in the Cornwall Brothers store in this village, died yester- day at his Fuller Sjreet residence after having been in poor health for the past year. Mr. LefeTivre was l>om on Jan. 14. 185u. at Yaudreaull, Canada, a son of Mr. and iMrs. Peter Lefebvre. He came to this country with his parents when he was IS months old. The family first resided at Ogdensburg. Ayear later they mov- ed to the town of Hammond and •then to a farm in the town of exandria. AMERICAN AND WIFE DROWNED IN STORM FLOODED TAMPICO TAMPICO. Sept. 2*.—An Ameri- can named Dickinson and his wife owners of the Hacienda Agualulce. were drowned in floods resulting A j_ from Sundays huiricane. a govern- ment dispatx-h from Tamiahua said In 1S60 the familv moved to Pot- today. ash Point, now Fuller Street, this village. At that time the younger Lefebvre obtained a position as er- rand boy in the Cornwall & Wal- Work of cleaning up Tanrpico continued, with military and civil authorities, local volunteers and employes of American oil firms cooperating. All states except Delaware. Iowa. Maryland, New Hampshire. Ver* mont, Virginia. West Virginia and the District of Columbia have re- ceived less than their share of ap- pointments in the apportioned de-* partnient service at Washington. Mimeograph Operator, H£W a year, less a deduction of not 10^ exceed lo per cent as a measure ot economy and a retirement deduc- tion of 1 1-2 per cent, department- al service, Washington. D. C, and*, field service. Applicants must show- that they have at least three months of full-time experience m-ithin the past three years, for* which they received com pen s<u ton, as inimeograpb operator. Agricultural' Radio Program Maa- A ager. $3.SO0 to $4,600 a year, U*s? a deduction of not t o exceed 15 per cent as a measure of economy and a retirement deduction of •'* 1-2 per cent. Office of Information, Department of Agriculture. San Francisco, Calif. Principal Botanist. $5,600 a - vear, less a deduction of not to ex- ton store. For 17 years he was con- nected with that firm and then Tn,e steamship Coahuila was to cee d 15 per cent as a measure of Mr. Cornwall bought out the Wal- leave Vera c ™ today with grain, economy and a retirement deduc- ter interests and it became Corn- s \^ ar « ^ c ^« beans, medical snp- t j on O I 3 i-:> p^r ce n<. Office of Ex- wall Brothers. Air. Lefebvre had P lies and Red Croj;p workers for r^riment Stations. Department of since been identified with that stri(kfi i> Tampico. company. At Mexico City American Anubas- Besides his widow he leaves five sador Josephus Daniels gave Jose daughters, Mrs. May Comstock of M *nuel Puig Casauranc, foreign Alexandria Bay, Mrs. Herbert Com- secretary, a ehedk for $25,000 from stock of Watertown, Mrs. A. E. De- tn * American Red Cross. Pauw of Newark, N. Y., Airs. Ray- . mond Haas of Alexandria Bay and Miss Eleanor Lefebvre of Alex- andria Bay and one son. Arthur, of California. •periment , Agriculture, Washington, D. C. All states except Delaware. Iowa. ~ MaryUnd. New Hampshire, Ver- mont. Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia have re- ^ eeived less than their share of ap- Ipointments in the apportioned d?- Ipartmental service at Washington. Full information may be obtain- * ed from John R. Douglas, Secre- tary of the I'nited States Civil Board of Examiners, at Stevens. Supervisor of Forestry Exhibits of the Depatment. The Connty Fairs at which the The funeral services will be held reforesting exhibits were displayed Service tomorow morning at 10 o'clock from ^^ - ve »r *ere. Whitney Point. the p^ ^^^ or C us*omshouse in the ST. Cyrils church with burial Portland. Caledonia, Afton. Albion, t^ eity- to take place at Houghton Ceme- Perr >* Sandy Creek. Gouverneur. * * tery. near Point Vivian. Norwich. Batavia, Little Valley. Middletown, Ma lone. Westpoit. Walton. Waterloo. Hamburg. Rhine- (Continued from Page 1> beck. Gloversville. Ballston Spa. a program of the congress of the Brookfield. Rochester. Dunkirk. Daughters of the American Revolu- Scbagbticoke. Morris. Lockport. El- tion. Miss McQuoam said *?•* mira. Vernon. If:* a mont. Bath. Wa- would not hare been able to oh- kins Glen. Cobleskill. Dundee and tain a place on the D. A. R- pro- Palmyra. _ L _. J 1 ^i- - «ram. in aaditioa to fee county fair Mail contracts, aader the Jones- Conservation Displays IVtade At N. Y. Fairs Ship Subsidies s F Jo I Ft lerd mor raig Jud^ left lone jury mor Jc dent Juds char ter :li Ttiy enc-€ Chil a sr Feb. sent ly w year In Riy witt duct had serv to t othe stor polit fron voiv ;twa; whe pear calle latw he r so c and viou: l>eer Cc CF The Coa^e^- r^^^w^.^— ^i_ * , —« Mail contracts. ALBAXV. Slept 2*. l^i Z^^Z'A 2T^ \ ^^ *™* ,te - «*• t^»«rt»eK ako «». WT.tt* Act oC !»*«. «. m^Uy for ^2Lr^Tiu ****?**/* * *W* - «««1 «• <»««« re- i« r««. The cart .ccowtu* 6 g - F^r»Yi ^. T!! iLfJT\*. i 0, * S, ^ \* mt '* ^ S?raCT ^ «« of UH. Port 0»i« De^ronent thP m^D who b~o»^ a ^' rs .•**- *£; *****—*** Stat* Fair, which corere* or«. r *m «b«w that the difference hetw^u Haiywood star. The clteax show* M ° s \ <>M '* ,ts <m * b4f ro » 4 -. **\ •«»• '«* of floor space. Con- intes paid and the lower rates the old frraadfather teaching hi* e* 1 **\\*\** *« different sched- traded in miniature, this showed which would be paid to for- erraa- granaaoa that \the show \** \ a \ f\ 11 * •f. 11 * stat * M tn**l «** *»« reforerted land as meu shins it e.l the suasTdy. must go an\ in a stiring draamtic \?**?*? Fair - \\ *** Co \*- T - ^^ '«»• w the state. Tbere was also amounts to almost $^ •*#.••#- episode cancsnaed with a riga^ic «J** ^L^^^^ZJl ** ** ***** ****** ^^^ a mmT «• •*•* * defended as ne- -tattrie- ballet typifyia* the pro- *•»««• J* reforestinr e^iart re- sery damonstratioa. Adirondack cessarr. if na adeaaate nwerchant rre*s or the eatertainaweat world <*-^ first .rue for t^e best con- open caaap. ash. daefcs and pheas- mar^ « to h» -a-L.i»ed. ia OT- .serratioa exhnat m the Caasetra- aats. The exhibit m ^. l«a Bailding at the fair. Th» is charge af the |4a^ This is aaather substantial the first time that the Department, ported aaasaal inters this ar**u«t far tryitf out the idea f-wwr!s ^ ^^^ m4fiitm ^ m ^^ mWrWt ** in oa^ typical city—^3 racuse Posi- entered aa exhibit for a fomiiiii „ ^oo-lard. •-- -^— ——«— ^ ^ ^ _„ \ ^^ ^«^™ w a * uucaia- earn aorei tire prixe. to Georr* E. ed . at the tree Haatiar large list S Was uine i s to be nttinUined. ia der to compensate for greater Cae- re- stmction casts ia the Tatted Fear States, higher wages aa American ships and the subsidies paid by for- rism fKvrenuneats for their iaarrchnats marines . -1 In frorr der law. State miss ance into chec Tr puty son. reau. ers the June 337,1 early ers Com Th have book ber fura\ Ma Th team scba camp mars again aar It * seas-

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