N. Y. Officers Offer Cut in Pay
A delegation of officers of the New York Fire Department called upon Mayor McKee and announced that the officers had agreed to take a voluntary pay cut of $250 a year each. This would slice $250,000 from the city budget. Should the uniformed firemen decide to take a proportionate cut, the city would save $1,300,000 a year. This amounts to a cut on about six per cent in all salaries in the department.