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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Syracuse, New York Welfare housing problem Onondaga welfare department pressure on Flum landlord to repair pre Nisei Houi ing Relief clients indicates a willingness to to grips with the problem. The department will withhold payment of rent until these dwellings have been made fit for human since it pays a year to House those on the welfare it has a right to demand compliance with its the landlords Are in the Driver s such housing is families displaced by Urban renewal projects must have a place to live. But the owners of these units have a responsibility to see that faulty heat ing and other facilities Are in welfare Case workers Are picturing conditions that cannot be allowed to continue. The City should cooperate in enforcement of sanitary and other regulations. Substandard housing is a and obviously it is out of hand. But if a landlords comply with requests for the occupants of these houses have an obligation to help keep them habitable. Tenants can wreck a and often do. No amount of repair work will suffice if welfare recipients proceed to Render it useless. The welfare department must insist upon cooperation and if necessary enforce it. It is not Clear whether the landlords Are fighting a losing Battle or Are merely greedy and taking advantage of the Wel fare housing shortage. At any the Protem is certain to become worse. More families will be moved out of the Urban renewal area. They must be relocated in housing with four or five bedrooms due to size of the family. Where can they refusal to pay the rent if safety Haz Ards in slum dwellings Are not removed is a drastic step. But there is no alternative. The taxpayers Are carrying the. Load for excessive rents in habitations Many which Are unfit for human use. Some thing must be done. Plenty of workers the payroll of the . Department of agriculture is up a modest 10 per cent compared with that of the Edu cation and welfare department at 15.5 or 39.7 per cent for the space Nasa. There Are about half As Many farms in this country today As there were in 1935. And in that period the number of agriculture department employees has increased about 43 per to just Why the Federal payroll should continue to Rise in the face of a steady reduction in the number of farms through mechanization and consolidation is a mys Tery. But it next year the ratio of farms for each government worker will be Down to 23 to 1 in contrast to 80 to 1 in 1935. This is a prime example of Parkinson s Law. Which holds that multiplication of administrative personnel in any Large Enterprise proceeds at a fixed rate Independent of the work done. The agriculture department deals with a million fewer Rural yet the payroll rises. If solution of the farm prob Lem depends on the volume of it should be announced any Day now. Longer work week Assembly speaker Joseph f. Carlino s plan to extend the work week for Mem Bers of the state legislature should receive prompt and widespread endorse ment. The legislature convenes monday nights. Members stay around tuesday and then leave for Home during Early Days of the session. Carlino would devote tuesdays to committee Public hearings and party conferences. A regu Lar session would be held wednesday. Three Days a week certainly Are not too much of a tax on the legislator s and would make for More orderly trans action of the state s business. The present system produces a late session chaos that could be avoided if the lawmakers would devote monday tuesday and wednesday to consideration of matters they now put off if adhered to from the Start of the the pro posed schedule would Speed up the legislative process and Avert last minute Hasty action. Efforts have been made before to end the Albany confusion. Early filing of Bills has helped. But the Well established custom of spending monday night and part of tuesday at Capitol until the going gets rough mitigates against any solution. Wednesday should be a full working Day. Members of the Assembly Are not the Post Standard 4 May 1963 the Standard 1829 the Post 1894 the Post Standard 1899 published every Day in the year by the Post Standard company 300 East Fayette Street Syracuse n. Y. Henry h. J. Leonard editor Mario Mana Finuff editor Loren news editor John n. City editor subscription by mail to remittance should be mfr de Post Standard company in United states funds. In new York state where Carrier service is not available to in new where Carrier be or. Sunday 10jo Dally and 6 mod. I fl.50 4.50 17.25 2.60 outside new Vork state 1 117.00 14.00 e 9.50 7.25 3 mod. 6.00 3.76 my s 16.71 aptly underpaid. They get a year. They receive Lulu or Flat allow in lieu of expenses they Alao Are paid for weekly travelling expenses from their Home to Albany and return. They should stay on the Job As Long As the work Load demands instead of Rushing Home to take care of their own private business. The Senate would do Well to adopt Carlino s plan. It will be interesting to see How far he gets with sofa in the Kitchen t we were Happy to read recently that sizeable kitchens Are to favor. For some years it has been the style to promote Antiseptic areas where one could everything by turning on one s Heel. We assume the Domestic science girls thought they were doing housewives a favor increasing efficiency of action and decreasing the number of Steps. Too much efficiency in any line of Endeavor seems to take away the Joy of and in the countryman s the Law of diminishing returns has reacted with deplorable results in enjoyable living. Now that the Are returning to we Hope soon to read that one of them is advocating a sofa in the Kitchen. It is Good for a Man to stretch out for forty winks after a Hearty meal topped with a Quarter of a tangy rhubarb pie. The fancy Glenham rococo1 Couch filled the Bill. As the Catalon handsome Frame of Golden de with Beautiful carvings. Best Oil temp ered Springs. Upholstered in magnificent French Gobelin tapestry. Six rows of deep tufting. Very soft yet made extra Strong throughout. It is an elegant piece of Furni 75 inches Long and 30-inches wide. Shipping weight 110 Price a Man is obliged to spend a Good part of his working hours either vertical or Semi vertical in a chair. It seems to us that the Tempo might Lessen and perspective got somewhere Back to if More men had the Opportunity to take a horizontal position for half an hour after a meal. We believe that if the members of state and National legislative bodies could have a sofa in their and All other citizens could stretch out for a spell in the Middle of the the National boat might return to an even keel. Hayden s. Pearson. F. U. Canada intervene in seamen s Union fight by Frank Flaherty Chicago daily news foreign service new in labor history is happening in Washington the governments of two Canada and the United moving in on a Row Between two unions. On instructions from president Kennedy a n prime minister Lester b. Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz and Canadian labor minister Ajjan Mac Eachen met last week to de cide what to do about a fight Between the seafarers National Union and the Cana. Dian maritime Union for to reorient sailors Flaherty Canadian ships. The Row has been going on for More than a year. It has led to shootings and a Short lived tie up of shipping on the Welland canal. Now in t that the seafarers International in for Many was unopposed As the bar gaining agent for Canadian seamen. Last year a major Canadian upper lakes ship signed a contract with the Canadian Mari time a n outfit specially set by the Cana Dian labor Congress. Siu had previously been expelled from the Congress but remained in Good standing in the Al Cio. Siu retaliated by enlisting the Aid of other waterfront unions in picket ing and otherwise harassing upper lakes ships calling at american ports. These tactics Are still being pursued. The Canadian labor Congress wants its . Coun the to make . Unions Stop them. The Canadian government wants Tihe . Government to protect Canadian ships in Ameri can ports. Menu rat. Inc. The morning s mail nats departure blow to Syracuse to the editor of the Posl Standard the 1963. . The memorial. Syracuse died today. The decision of Danny Biasone and the stockholders to sell the nationals to Phil Adelphia killed what they used to Call the sports Center of new York stale. Seventeen years of great great great have ended. No More will you hear the sounds of roaring the announcer calling the the sound of basketballs on the floor. No More Lucky num no More glory. The Halls Are the Echo is the stars Are gone. I sit Here looking out at the remembering the visualizing the Schayes. Chappell. Bianche. Cos Tello. . Warley. And ail the rest of bygone years. The coaches and Danny on the Bench. The both Good and bad. Nothing now just loneliness and tears. Who s to the fans. No one but the fans. They sold out the team when they needed them the most by their poor attendance. Volunteer needs following their initial session the two labor department chiefs will meet with George president of the Al Cio and Claude president of the Csc. If the Row is to be settled without still More direct government intervention the next move would seem to be up to Meany. Jodoin and the Csc Are on record As determined to run the Siu out of Canada and install the Canadian maritime Union in its place. Meany has t committed himself but Paul president of the american supports the Semi autonomous Canadian Branch under president Harold Banks. Hall also Heads the martime trades department of the Al Cio. Has been actively pushing his Case with other american and International unions. Last week at los Angeles he addressed brotherhood of railway and steamship said the Row was an abuse of unionism and t threat to Canadian labor inter Union relations Between Ca Nadian and american labor arc both intimate and complicated. Some Craft and Industrial unions operate in both countries. Canadian locals of these International unions Are usually sup porting members of both the Al Cio and the Csc. There Are also National unions Peculiar to Canada. A Union May be expelled from the Al Cio yet remain in Good standing in the Csc. James b. Hoffa s for was t expelled by the Csc until Long after it clashed with the and then Only when accused of raiding another Canadian Union. The present situation is unique in that the Parent labor body in Canada has not Only expelled the a Union in Good standing with but has Laid itself out to destroy Chr Siu. Member of the Amoco att hmm at an omitted pria in titled exclusively to it Ott for of nil the local print Etc m m wiper u Well m All Acio Claud a Canadian assigned to investigate last year s wetland canal has yet to the Csc has suggested that head Vise the government to withdraw bargaining rights from the seafarers. His hearings turned into a soil of trial of the Siu and its president with the Csc acting As prosecutors. Csc spokes men called the Siu a both the Csc and the Canadian govern ment doubtless will be satisfied if picketing of Canadian ship in american porn la stopped. The question is whether the Al Cio can bring that about when it Means condoning the Csc i War to the death against one of Iti member unto in. I there is a place for you in service for what Ever time you have to give. A Lew of the opportunities for Volunteer service Are listed. For further information Call or visit t he Volunteer 108 n. Salina grand for mrs. Knight or mrs. Montague. Comm Unity Chest red Feather agencies in need of Kielp University hos Pital of the Good St. Joseph s Syracuse and the Volunteer Center inc. In need of new York state youth and work project. Loan closet and town Hospital. Kinds of service Candy from 164o 18 years of age interested in Hospital work Are needed for the summer months. Bay and hours will be arranged. Craft with ability to help teach arts and crafts. On Job training will but Given. Friday 10 . Or 1 . To 4 . Snack bar As Sist a paid staff on the snack three hour period monday through each week. Child care supervise children while Moth ers attend clinics. Tuesday i . To . Senior needed As evening supervisors and dance Friday or Between 8 . Answer the Greet people and do simple clerical work. Day and time to be arranged. Urgently one half Day each week. Houra will be arranged to suit the convenience of the Volunteer. Read in f n people to assist or Small it pups in remedial read ing under supervision of a Clin f and train ing will be s t a f answer the file r e q u e s t s and give of tin formation pertain ing to the loan Mon wednesday or thursday 1 . To . Information Denk attendant twi hour period once to direct and Naff Voth the auxiliary for the above please the Volunteer Center inc. Of an Era seems to have ended. Just like Syracuse baseball has and will again end if they have no support. The they All have gone from this so called sports town. No no no nothing. You have to win a world series and even then you May not get Tine support you need. The Syracuse Stormer May be next. I Pray that i am not around when Syracuse ends As a City because it has no support. The disappointment is too great. For a fan like my self who attended almost every it is greater still. I la miss the nats. Will John a Jllen. 295 Talt Syracuse. Farm Opportunity to the editor of the when wheat growers go to the polls tuesday to Register their they will Sec True democracy in action. Theirs will be the Opportunity to express by voting either or to the proposed wheat program for 1964. They can. Decide to vote no and the program of increasing surplus with a Continua tion of rising storage costs to a lower Price to Farmers for their wheat crop and further confusion As to farm programs. On the other by Vot ing yest the wheat grower can increase his reduce taxpayers costs of bring into being a program that promises to bring supplies More evenly with and put the United Stales in to a stronger position in International Trade. It is As simple As that. And As for the possibility of a new Bill in Congress this should face program be turned both the presi Dent of the United states in a recent news conference and influential members of con Gress have predicted that is All but an impossibility. The proposed program for 1964 is neither Secretary free Man s program or president Kennedy s program. It was or Avn up by most of the farm organizations working cooperatively. This is a Farmer s program for and i m sure thinking will vote some May wonder if i have a wheat allotment on my farm. The answer is Morris j. Halladay. Groton. Tomorrow or if the Little pebbles along the that makes you stub your toes you re the one who gets pricked by the when you lean to smell a Rose the Bee is still waiting in the hive when you reach in after Honey or you get to the Beach to get a Tan and the Day ceases to be sunny you Hook up Mie Hose to water the Lawn and the rain comes polling Down your Toast does t pop it s charred and instead of Golden Brown getting dressed in a hurry you discover a in your very last pair of Hose the warmest week out of you get a cold in your nose always the one who has the when it runs out of Gas the muddies puddle there is the Driver be Hind will pass w Hicri it seems that you Are just sit Back and tomorrow tomorrow i wait for Tifis too shall pass away Shirley Mackey. R in valuable report to list editor of the after almost a full year of intensive review and study of local clinic the out patient clinic services com Mittee of the United Community Chest and Council has published an extremely valuable report. It is hoped that the recommendations of the com Mittee will be Analysed by your medical reporters and Given appropriate newspaper cover age. I should like to comment briefly on that portion of the report which touches on psychiatric services. The committee wisely observes that As a Gen eral principle out patient clinic services should be offered in settings which relate them to in patient Hospital services. It should be noted that Only St. Joseph s Hospital provides such a service in Onondaga county at this time. Highlighting the fact thai neither emergency out patient service for psychiatric patients nor a walk in Type of service for them exists in this the report makes the recommendation that such facilities should be made available on a round the clock basis. I strongly endorse these recommendations and Hope they can be implemented Dur ing the coming year. A. L. . Onondaga mental health dept. Syracuse. Prayer and pledge to inc editor of the i would like for you to print the prayer that the Grade school children and High school students of the new York system were repeating every morning when i went to school. They also gave a pledge and an oath. This letter is in relation to the present situation Down South and just generally the Public feeling i have witnessed concerning them. We acknowledge our dependence upon and beg thy bless ing upon us. Our our and our country. Pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United states of and to the Republic for which it one a under with Liberty and Justice for it would be very Good to see something of the dreams we love in the paper we read and the people that we read about. Ronald p. Edwards. Potsdam. Freedom benefits give America opportunities it. Communist Hungary they Tell of the peasant his horse and you beast. This Wagon is in red China they quote Mao tse has nothing to do with love. Communism is an excellent f Hammer which we use to destroy our 4 in Moscow Khrushchev will Bury and you will find that red marshal Klementi proud wearer of a jewelled Dagger and a Gold Russia we count missiles and never people. Of these it have always had an in stretching an electrified barbed Wirt Fence around its entire population no system of govern ment Ever demonstrated distrust of its own citizens As much As have the communist dictatorships. Taylor this age old system of Des which is the oldest political system in the now passes under the name of communism. And it will Al ways remain the inside deadly enemy of american Way of life. It is a thin Streak of free Dom that men and women Trace in is like a Mere line of Light coming through an opening door and piercing into a darkened list slowly it it grows. And at last came the time when the with Tfaye circulation of began to open More and More to Bathe its Light on the Hopes of All Mankind. We americans have oppor to unities beyond the people of All the world to Benefit from this. Our Mission is our truth. Because the whole object of political association is to secure moral Complete it is obvious that the Citi and least of All the Amer ican does not surren der his life and his Hopes to the state. As Aristotle purpose of a government is not and for the first time in human his tory our founding fathers incorporated economic Freedom As a part of the whole. They announced that All Freedom came from god and not from. Government As one this nation is a Success. This is wonderland of the world the land of the land of the second the country Lincoln Long ago de scribed As to ours to ours to it is still the Hope of the world. It must be made a yet greater Blessing to the sons of Man. When you tour this Lovely its Fields its crops the Orchards Bloom you cannot believe there is such trouble and uncertainty As there is in this nation. You cannot blame our floundering entirely on communism abroad. Our government needs a spirit As Well As a if we Are weak it is because we citizens Are not trusted. Nor do our Lead ers seem to Trust very much in the and certainly not in the things Tihart made us a Success. To tamper with out National integrity is a tragedy As Stark and foreboding As the night Caruso spit his blood. Yet who at Home or is entitled to depend upon the statements of our highest of this is being write in the Garden of a House that is older than the United states. Surely its if would Sug Gest that our leaders cannot circumvent the Sanctity of their spoken the clarity of their written and in this Way make us Strong. Gaining political leverage by condemning As much that has Given us our the Security of savings and pensions is be ing destroyed and. America s combats o 1 v e n c y versus sino soviet profoundly threat ened. This makes us after patronizing every conceivable group and promising that a paternal government will keep the keeps no b Ody and floundering in a Cir policy that is As mor ally wrong As it is economic ally we Oon template Healing the world. We contemplate Healing world when we Are not decently governing ourselves. Our politicians did not Makit America made them. And the owner of this Hal House would see to it that they understood this in mighty Short order. Syracuse Public Library civil War in fiction by mrs. Ossie c. Golden main circulation department the civil War Era in our history has provided a Fertile background for novelists for More than 100 years. Here Are several examples of civil War action As described in fiction. These books Are available in the main circulation department and branches of the Syracuse Public Library and the member libraries of the Onondaga Library system. Action at Aquila by Harvey Allen. A Small Village in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia is the scene of a bloody Battle in october of 1864. Jubilee by John Brick. The burning of Atlanta. Sherman s March to the sea and the action and pillage leading to the close of the War. The crisis by Winston Churchill. A romantic Story of the love of a proud Southern Beauty for a Brave Union with a serious analysis of the causes of the War. Bugles blow no Moke by Clifford Dowdey. Rich from secession to the evacuation and burning of the realistically and tragically presented. S Hil 0 h by Shelby Foote. Several characters narrate their versions and the horror and fear of tie Battle of Shi april 1862. Walk like a Man by Donald a sensitive account of a Young boy s grow ing maturity As he travels South during the War to vindicate an innocent Man. The smiling rebel by Harnett Kane. A biographical novel of Belle Confederate Beautiful. Brother Juniper Anders o Neville by Mac Kinley Ivan Tor. A pulitzer prize novel of the horrors of the Georgia prison and the people who fought its deplorable conditions. Ra1ntree county by r. F. L o c k r i d be. As part of a Panorama symbolic of our country s civil War Battles Aud events Are de scribed. Gone with the wind by Margaret m i t c h e 11. The famous and favorite novel of civil in act Ion and Romance. Woman with a sword by Hollister Noble. The fascinating Story Anna Ella car the member of Lincoln s tap roots by James Street. When Mississippi be the Dabney who hated set up a state.1 and resisted the confederacy until fiercely sub Dued. Yankee stranger by Elswyth Thane. A Yankee loved by a Southern boldly prophesies coming War in which both involved on opposite sides. So red the by Stark Youmg. A portray Al of two gracious Southern plantations and the Chaji Ges in Che people and their Way of life which the War brought. On to the nineteenth the friends of Roll if meet tuesday no . At Che first presbyterian or. Ellsworth c. Reamon will review private Shaw and Public Shaw by 11 b j17 Wentraub. V j r t 1 r j i i

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