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CSEA GAINS VICTORY
State Police Win Grievance Machinery;
Right to Join Employee Croups Assured
A L B A N Y , December 1 7 — T r o o p e r s in the State Division of Police w o n a m a j o r improvement in worliingr
conditions last w e e k with the establishment by Governor
Harriman, through an executive order, of new grievanca
procedures f o r the division.
T h e new executive order was a victory for the Civil
Service'Employees Association, which had strongly urged
the move a f t e r Governor Harriman specifically excluded
the troopers f r o m State grievance machinery several
lem, It is highly desirable that Association is heartily In accord
any action be on a bipartisan with the Governor's deslra to months ago.
A m a j o r point f o r the C S E A was a directive in t h *
basis. I intend to consult with make t h l j personnel problem a bim a j o r i t y leaders as soon as pos- partisan
matter,"
Mr.
Powers executive order which g a v e state police the right to j o i n
sfble in an e f f o r t to arrive at an stated.
any employee association they so desired.
agreed solution."
" I t Is extremely Important for
T h e Governor's action also was a victory f o r State
workers of the State of N e w Y o r k
In Accord
Police Supt. Francis S. M c G a r v e y , w h o has contended h i i
that the Governor and the LegisJohn F. Powers, president of
lature be In complete agreement agency should handle its own problems.
the Civil Service Employees AssoT h e C S E A has f e l t f o r some time the need to lend
in resolving any problems Involvciation, concurred in the stateing a State salary plan.
the
assistance
of the Association to troopers to improve
ment which Governor Harriman
their
working
conditions. Part of the C S E A legislative
made December 14 recognizing
However
the serious
personnel
problem
program f o r the coming session of the State Legislature
"However,"
continued
Mr.
existing in State service f r o m the
Powers, " i t Is our feeling that as is concei-ned with bettering the troopers' lot.
Harriman Seeks Bipartisan
Action to Hold Specialists
Same Problem On
All Levels In State.
Says Association
A L B A N Y , Dec. 17 — I n an a t tempt to get new specialists and
hold on to present ones needed f o r
vital
State
projects.
Governor
H a r r i m a n announced last week he
was seeking bi-partisan action in shortage of highly skilled proimportant as this particular probthe Legislature for a solution to fessional personnel.
lem Is. the other categories of
the problem.
" T h e Civil Service Employees
employment In State service are
T h e Civil Service Employees Asin Just as much need of upward
sociation, which represents the
adjustment and should not be
m a j o r i t y of state workers, hailed
overlooked.
the Governor's action but declared
T h e 'Uring study Just released
t h a t the problem was applicable
by the State Department of Civil
to all levels of state service.
Service shows a definite lag In the
Harrinian's Statement
salaries of State workers, when
I n a news release, the Governor
compared with comparable Jobs
Membership cards for all mem•aid:
on the outside. Some categories
"Several departments of State bers of the Civil Service E m p l o y - studied in this survey show a
government are suffering f r o m a ees Association who have signed substantial lag.
shortage of highly skilled profes- payroll deduction dues authorizaDon't Forget 10-Hour Week
sional personnel, fiuch as research tions are in the mail to chapter
Bclentists, doctors, psychiatrists, presidents of the state division,
T h e r e is also another Important
engineers and others.
I n these Joseph Lochner, CSEA executive phase of this whole salary probfields, it is difficult to hold on to director, announced.
lem which under no consideration
the people we have, and even more
For those who signed authoriza- should be neglected; that is, Imdifficult to recruit new people that tions lately, cards will be mailed mediate adjustment of all of our
W8 need because of the Intense next week, Mr. Lochner said.
workers In institutions to a 40competition f r o m other governhour week. W h i l e we commend
ment agencies, f r o m business, and
the progress made so f a r in placf r o m the attractions of a lucrative
ing
part
01 the
Institutional
practice.
workers on the 40 hour week, we
feel it extremely important that
I
HiBhest Priority
the remainder of the Job be done
" I n nany ways this is the highA L B A N Y , Dec. 17 — Commerce this year."
est prlorlt.
personnel
problem Commissioner Edward T . Dickinthat we face. A t my request, it has son appointed "William D. Carle- E I G H T I N T E R N A L R E V E N U B
bean studied over the last few bach, 38. of Yonkers ai. First E M P L O Y E E S G E T A W A R D S
Deputy Commissioner of the State
months by members of my AdminCommerce Department.
Eight employees of the New
istration in an attempt to arrive
M r . Carlebach, who succeeds Y o r k regional office of the I n at a solution that would be pin- Mario Pittoni in the $15.000-a- ternal Revenue Service received
pointed to the particular need. In year post, has been serving as awards totalling $145 f o r suggesview of the nature of the prob- executive assistant to Commis- tions. T h e recipients were Cella
sioner
Dickinson since
March, T . Haber, Alex Wasser, Rudolph
1955. Mr. Pittoni resigned as First J. Puma, Glen R. Gillespie, Leslie
Deputy Commissioner in July to O. W r i g h t , Beatrice Jones, AbraU. S. Employees Protest
become a judge in the Nassau ham Friedman, and Helen W o l ford.
County Court.
Membership
CardsonVfay
Dickenson Appoints
Carlebach Top Aide
Study Delays Raise
WASHINGTON,
Dec.
17
—
President James A. Campbell of
the American Federation of G o v ernment Employees said Federal
workers " c a n ' t afford to w a i t " for
ths Administration to set up a
proposed special committee
to
study salary structures. He said
the study would delay raises for
at least a year, calling the proposal "indefensible."
" T h « pattern in private Indust r y , " Campbell added, "Is for
wage increases each year, both to
meet higher costs and to Improvs
t h « ufttloa'i standard ot living."
I MERRY CHRISTMAS
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Let us, this season, be merry ond bear glad tidings
to all; but let us remember, it is the Birth season
of HIM who said "HAVE P E A C E , ONE W I T H ANOTHER."
J O H N F. POWERS
Prejidenf, Civil Service
Employee! A»$oci«tion
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John P. Powers, president of
the Civil Service Employees Asso- stated that the trooper has the
ciation, strongly commended G o v - right to Join any employee o r ganlzaJon of his choosing. W e
commend the Governor again f o r
taking this broad step in establishing a modern personnel procedure f o r the troopers."
W h a t Happened
T h e full text of the executive
order will appear In a future Issue
of T h e Leader. Essentially, here U
(Continued on Page 16)
Deductions
Due on CSEA
Insurance
J O H N F. POWERS
C S E A President
Insurance deductions for m e m bers of the Civil Service E m p l o y ees Association group life Insurernor Harriman on the release of
ance plan will take place on the
an executive order establishing
December 19 State payroll, It was
grievance
machinery
for
the
announced In Alb m y .
State Police.
T h e reductions are made in
C S E A Activity
cordance with Increased attained
" T h e Civil Service Employees
ages
and
to
cover
increased
Association has long advocated
amounts of Insurance to which
a modern grievance procedure be
employees are eligible, based on
established f o r this
Important
salaries as of November 1.
arm of the State government. I t
T h e Association announced t h a i
has at various times vigorously
headquarters
stafi
Is
working
supported this point of view beovertime
arranging
records
te
f o r e the State Grievance Board
prepare f o r CSEA refund dividend
and also before Governor Harrlpayments. These will amount t e
man's ofBce. I t also Is one of the
minimum refunds of six week's
subjects of our recent discussion
premli;ms of not less than $2.50.
with the Superintendent of State
Police early this month.
" W e are delighted," continued
Mr. Powers, " t h i s grievance procedure gives the State trooper an
opportunity to process his grievances outside of the Division of
State Police, T h e procedure now
setting up a method of appealing
outside
an
employees'
agency
closely parallels the
procedure
now In operation for State employees.
T h e Rigiit to Join
" W e are also very delighted,"
Mr. Powers concluded, " t h a t Q o r einor
Harrlmaa
hM
publleljr
CSEA Digest
I . C O P meets again on legislation f o r civil service persoanel. See Page S.
t . Shocking housing conditions blamed f o r high turnover
of employees at Green Haven
Prison. See P a g e 3.
8. Troopers, C S E A In t r i e * ,
ance machinerr victorjr. See
Pages 1, 16.
4. President Powers' eoiunin.
See P a t e 1.
t rV
Page two
I L ' S E R V I C E
I E
Tieedayi DeceinWr 1«;'l95<r
A^D E R
A n Opportuni^ to Shoot
For Bank Examiner Career
some banks is o f f e r i n g formal
training In the practical operations of a bank and of bank examining.
T h e training program
will la.st two years. During the
first year of the training, an appointee will work in one of the
banks.
T h e r e will be about 25 appointments.
Pay is $4,028 the first
year, $4,228 the second. T h e next
step is normally to junior bank
examiner at $4,430, in New Yoric
City, Albany, Buffalo, Rochester
T h e American i'ederatlon of or Syracuse.
Government Employees, New York
T h e application fee is $4.
and New Jersey ( A F L - C I O ) , apQualified re.sidents of New Vork,
proved the national organization's Connecticut and New Jersey may
legislation
program,
James
T . apply.
Citizenship is required.
Cahun, District Department chair- Other requirements are college
man, announced.
graduation by June 30, 1957, and
T h e district department has in- willingness to begin work July
augurated a local legal participa- 1, 1957.
tion fund drive, to raise legal
Still Higher Job
fees needed to fight employee
About 18 months a f t e r begincases at the local level. Larger
ning the training program an aplodges of the Federation who conpointee may compete in a protribute to the national legal parmotion examination for bank exticipation drive will not be examiner at $5,390 to $6,620.
pected to contribute to the local
Competitors will take a written
drive, Mr. Cahun said. Members
test and an oral test, equally
of the smaller lodges are requested
weighted. A rating of 75 percent
to contribute at leasi $1 each.
in each will be required.
The
W h e n the new Congress con- written test will ( ^ a l with general
venes on January 3, legislation
will be Introduced seeking greater
f r i n g e benefits for Federal employees, recognition of
Federal
Y o u n g men of good character,
unions, a shorter work-week, low with analytical and public relations abilities, may apply f o r Fedcost health Insurance, greater reeral jobs as general, criminal and
tirement and survivorship bene- personnel
investigators,
GS-9
fits, a promotion system based on through 15, at $5,440 to $11,610 a
merit, and a non-polltlcal loyalty year. Additional requirements for
GS-9 are five years' related exprogram.
perience, proportionately more for
T h e New York-New Jersey dis- higher grades. T h e announcement
trict department will ask M a y o r is No. 78 (56). Apply to the U. S.
Service
Commission,
641
Robert F. W a g n e r to give local Civil
Washington Street, New Y o r k 14,
approval of January 13 through N. Y., until further notice.
19 as National Civil Service Week.
A special program has been planI N D U S T R I A L H Y G I E N I S T JOBS
ned by the department's program
O P E N A T U P T O $7,570
committee,
consisting
of
Hy
Industrial
hygienists
(health
Erdinein,
chairman,
Annette
physicists), at $4,525 to $7,570 a
Strohsahl, Felix Russo, James T .
year, are being sought f o r posiCalvin,
Mergaret
Holmes
and tions at the Naval Radiological
M a r y McKenna. All local A F G E Defense Laboratory in San F r a n lodges interested '.n participating cisco, Cal., although vacancies in
are requested to contact District other Federal agencies may also
be filled. Apply to the Board of
Department
President
George
U. S .Civil Service Examiners for
Burnes, 72 Winfield Avenue, Jer- Scientists and Engineers, N a v y
sey City, N. J. Phone Delaware Department, 1030 East Green St.,
2-6172.
Pasadena 1, Cal.
T h e New Y o r k State Banking
Department in conjunction with
Federal Group
Backs Goals
On Legislation
Police Pitch in on Own
At Waterfront Fire
M o r e than 800 policemen f r o m
13 precincts in Brooklyn were
aided at the recent waterfront flra
and explosion when the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association set
up an emergency canteen, John E.
Carton, P B A president, announced.
abilities, paragraph reading, table
interpretation, arithmetic reasoning, and vocabulary.
Scores of ofl-duty policemen assisted in rescue operations. T h e
P B A depot also dlspen.sed food t o
firemen, newsmen, rescue workers
and others.
T h e eligible list will expire one
year after its establishment, but
appointments might exhaust It before then.
Not for Everybody
T h e official announcement says:
" T h e training to be received as
a bank examiner trainee should
be considered as an extension of
academic training in that an appointee is being trained in the
practical application of the theoretical training received in college.
Where to Apply
Apply to the placement office
of your school or at the State
Department of Civil Service, State
Office Building, Albany; 39 Columbia Street, Albany; R o o m 2301,
at 270 Broadway, New Y o r k 7;
R o o m 212, State Office Building,
Buflalo, or at any local office of
the State Employment Service.
T h e last day to apply is Friday.
February 15.
On T h e i r Own
Time
Operated on their personal time
by officers of the P B A , the canteen
served 105 gallons of coffefe and
more than 2,000 sandwiches and
doughnuts.
P B A officers who assisted at the
canteen were John J. Cassese,
B e n j a m i n Chodar. W a l t e r R. P e n sa, Edward Rogers, Stephen P .
Crowe, Edward J. Kiernan, M a r tin J. McDonnell and Donald S.
Collins.
JOHN E. CARTON
Two Changes Made
In Stockman Key
T h e New Y o r k City Personnel
Department released the following changes in key answers f o r
the examination f o r promotion to
railroad stockman. Transit Authority: No. 57, changed f r o m C
to C or E; No. 60, changed f r o m
E to B or E.
Of
the 64 participating,
10
wrote letters of protest, objecting
to 14 Items.
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Republicans Meet Again
On Civil Service Program
THE PUBLIC
EMPLOYEE
Spociiii
By JOHN F. POWERS
President
Civil
Service
Employee*
Associatioo
Shrinking Dollar. Shrinking Pocketbook
Recently there have been a number of articles In newspapers and
magazines indicating that the dollar is shrinking in value. The 1956
dollar when compared to the purchasing power of 1939 is now only
worth 50 cents—and it Is expected to go lower in the months ahead.
T h e forces of Inflation are still at work. From present trends there
does not seem to be any lessening of the upward spiral. It cost more
to live in 1956 than in 1955, and it is expected to cost more in 1957
than in 1956. All categories of expenditure are reflecting this—food,
clothing, rent, health, and transportation.
The continuing inflationary trends are having seriou.s effects
upon those who are now working and those who have worked for the
government industry. The present employee will have greater trouble
with his day-to-day living—and th. retired employee will severely feel
the economic pinches as his restricted income rapidly loses purchasing power. In fact, it is the retired employee who suffers the most—as
he finds it more difficult to supplement his depreciated Income from
outside sources.
A Governmental
Obligation
W e feel that the governments of New York—the state, county,
cities, etc. have a definite human obligation to relieve the economic
strains and stresses of their employees and former employees as much
as possible. There is no reason why the public servants should be continually victimized by the inflationary forces without their control.
Their right to the good life and share in American prosperity is as
great as is that of the corporation employee. However, due to the
legal stringencies of the fiscal system under which they operate, the
public employees too often are definitely lagging in having either pay
or pensions adjusted to these upward rises.
Long Time
Inflation
The inflationary period has lasted such a long time that its continuance can be seriously considered as part of our new economy.
The things which American industry can produce seem inexhaustible
In variety and quantity. High incomes are needed to continually buy
Bnd buy the products of our factories.
This constant and rapid interchange between dollars and things
has to continue or the economy will seriously falter. It is well then
tor our governmental fiscal authorities to adjust public employees'
salaries realistically in the terms of the new economy—and also, but
fts importantly, to take a thorough look at the public retirement systems so that pen.sions will not suffer as drastically as they are today
because of the fast shrinking dollar.
Housing Shortage Drives
Away Prison Employees;
Some Even Live in Cells
A L B A N Y , Dec. 17 — A scarcity
of suitable housing at or near
Green Haven Prison has been
cited by the State Commission of
Correction as the cause of an unusually high turnover rate among
employees of the prison.
A report of inspection issued by
the Correction Commission said
that the situation was without
parallel, with institution officials
estimating that appointments and
transfer since the institution was
placed In operation in 1949 will
soon reach 1,000.
The report also noted that no
change in the situation was expected in the immediate future.
The report covered an Inspection
made on October 17 and 18.
Housed In Cell Block
The Commission said that It
liad described the conditions In
previous reports and was again
recommending the construction of
additional staff houses.
" I t has been necessary to continue to make available for housing purposes a gallery of Cell
Block A, and a total of 62 custodial and other staff members
were so being housed on October
17, said the report.
" T h e above is a situation unquestionably without parallel in
liny of the other Correction Department Institutions.
Problem of Vital Importance
" A breakdown of the guard
force as of October 18 revealed
tjiat 231 were permanent appointiCoutluued oil f t t j e 161,
To
The
Londrr
A L B A N Y , Dec. 17—Top Republican leaders met in this city early
this v«reek to advance their civil
service legislative program for
public employees.
Under consideration were proposals to liberalize provisions of
the state retirement law.
Also discussed were plans, announced earlier, to add Social
Sec 'rlty coverage to benefits now
received under the state pension
plaK, and the establishment of
hospital and medical benefits for
state workers on a voluntary basis.
provisions to retirement benefits.
The vesting benefits would give
participating employees a share
of the state's contributions if they
elected to leave service before the
retirement ages.
At present, employees who leave
before the retirement ages receive
only their own contributiins, plus
accrued interest.
Death P.ovision
The GOP is also studying the
state's 30-day death provision,
which requires a waiting period
of 30 days after an employee has
filed for retirement before his
Vested Rights Studied
pension is secure.
O O P leaders are also studying
The present law makes it diffithe possibilities of adding vesting cult to safeguard pension bene-
HARRIMAN PRESENTS
STATE'S $2,000 TO
EMPLOYEE FOR A N IDEA
ALBANY, Dec. 17 — Governor
Harriman presented a $2,000 State
Merit Award to Frank W. Springsteen of Troy, an employee of the
Department of Public Works. Mr.
Springsteen proposed a method of
obtaining copies of construction
plans and proposals which it is
estimated will save the department about $100,000.
The Governor remarked that
Mr. Springsteen's accomplishment
"demonstrates the
active role
State employees are taking in cooperation with department officials to reduce costs, saye manpower, and to increase the efiiciency of State functions."
Governor Harriman also pointed out that taxpayers have saved
well over a million dollars as a result of employees' ideas since the
State Employees' Suggestion Program was Instituted ten years ago.
Mr. Springsteen is a senior planning delineator.
Mr. Springsteen's award, the
second largest granted by the
Board, increases to more than
than $9,000 the amount won by
State employees during 1956, the
total being the largest amount
ever received by award winners.
The Certificate of Achievement
given
In recognition
of
Mr.
Springsteen's
achievement
was
signed by Govei'nor Harriman,
and by Chairman Edward D. Igoe,
James J. Sullivan, and Robert A.
Qulnn of the State Merit Award
Board.
fits for survivors. If an employee
dies before the 30-day period is
up, most retirement benefits are
lost.
It is expected that full details
of the Republican legislative program for public details will be announced before Jan. 1.
Holiday Changes
Office Opening
In Rochester
A L B A N Y . Dec. 17—The granting of extra holiday time ofl to
State employees has changed the
dates of opening of the Rochester
information office of the State Department of Civil Service, a Department spokesman said.
The office will be open Thursday, December 27. It is usually
open on Mondays only, but will
be closed December 24 and 31.
The office Is at 155 West Main
Street.
East Aurora Man On
Courts Commission
A L B A N Y . Dec. 17 — Kevin
Kennedy, of East Aurora, an attorney and former member of the
State Board of Social Welfare, has
been appointed as a member of
the Temporary State Commission on the Courts.
He succeeds Louis M. Loeb, of
New York City, who resigned recently.
DONGAN GUILD'S
CHRISTMAS PARTY
DRAWS 2,000 TOYS
More than 300 State employees
attended a Dongan Guild party
held at the New York Foundling
Hospital in New York City. The
Guild is composed of Catholic
State Employees.
Catherine Hasele, president, reported that "Operation
Santa
Claus" drew more than 2,000
packages for orphans and cancer
patients, and cash contributions
MOUNTAIN OF TOYS FOR ORPHANS
from State workers of all faiths.
Among the guests were Father
James Murphy, assistant chaplain
of the Foundling Hospital; Monsignor Daniel A. McGuIre, chaplain for the Guild; Miss Hasele.
Thomas J. Mahoney, Department
of Agriculture & Markets, Guild
vice president; Edith May, Division of Employment, secretary;
Gertrude Murphy, State Insurance
Fund,
treasurer;
Marie
Jackson, Workmen's Compensation, general chairman of the a f fair, and Lieutenant Edmund G.
McGann, president of the New
York
City
Fire
Department's
Anchor Club.
Catherine Hasele Re-EIected
Featured entertainers were Dan
Healy, master
of
ceremonies;
singers, Betty Sprlnsteen and T e r esa Roos, both State employees;
12-year-old Joseph Sala, accordionlst, and other Guild members.
Music was furnished by the orchestra of Peter Grassi, State Insurance Fund. Prizes and refreshments were enjoyed by the guests.
Election of officers was held.
Miss Hasele, of Workmen's Com
pensation. was elected to her fifth
consecutive term as president; Mr.
Mahoney, re-elected vice president for his second term, and
Misses Murphy and May, reelected for fifth terms as treasurer and secretary, respectively.
Elected to the Guild Council were
Margaret Broderick, Irene Coffey,
and Thomas
Calogero.
Other
council members are William Seidel, Frances Smith, Lawrence
Cluen. Joseph McCullough and
Mary Galvln.
A bum|)er crop of toys for orphan children, and gifts for patients, both adult and juvenile,
suffering from serious diseases, was received as a result of the Dongan Guild's appeal.
From left, Father James Murray, assistant chaplain. New York Foundling Hospital; Don
Healy, master of ceremonies at the Guild parly; Marie Jackson, general chairman; Monsignor Daniel A. McGuire, chaplain; Catherine Hasele, president; Thomas J. Mahoney, vice
president; Gertrude Murphy, traseurer; Edith May, secretary, and Lieutenant Edmund G.
McCann, prciident, Anchor Club, New York C ity Fir* Department.
Employees Are Thanked
President Hasele and Monslgnor
McGuIre expressed their deep appreciation for State employees'
contributions to "Operation Santa
Claus." Mrs. Hasele announced
that cash contributions and packages will be received through
Christmas. Givers should contact
Mrs. Hasele or Miss Jackson, at
W A 5-3014 or W A 5 3016.
Regular Guild meetings are held
on the first Friday of each month
at the Foundling Hospital, 175
East 68th Street, New York City,
C I V I L
Page Pour
Court Officer
Exam to Open
December 26
Residents of New Y o r k City
and six neigliborinK counties may
begin applying on
Wednesday,
December 26 for the State court
attendant and court officer examination, tlie first since 1953. Salaries range f r o m $4,000 in tlie
W A S H I N G T O N . Dec. 17 — Jan- must use or f o r f e i t all accumuuary 12 is the deadline f o r using lated leave of more than 30.
Because the leave year containup extra annual leave accumulated during 1956 by Federal e m - ed 27 biweekly pay periods inployees. Those w h o entered the stead of 26, workers eligible f o r
leave year with more than 30 days' 2 days' leave will get 27, those in
accumulated lep.ve must use it up line f o r 20, an extra six hours,
by that date or f o r f e i t all in excess and those entitled to 13, an extra
of the total they liad on January four hours.
1; tho.se with less than 30 days
T h e 1957 leave year has 2 periods, and begins January 13. I t
extends through January 11, 1958.
No Key Answers
But At Least
You Get a Look
The
last
requirements:
age
limits 21 to 41 for Appellate Divi-
T h e New Y o r k City Civil
Service Commission amended
its general examination regulations to permit inspection of
papers by candidates, when key
answers are not published in
short-answer tests.
,sion Jobs, 21 to 46 for all other
courts; minimum neight, 5 feet 7
Inches; 20/30 vision both eyes together, and no worse than 20/40
vision in the weaker eye, glasses
permitted in both cases.
T h e new wording:
" I n a short-answer type examination, for which tentative
key answers are not published,
candidates may see tlieir e x amination papers and the key
answers during the
appeals
period in the Record R o o m of
this Commission provided they
produce their result card. A
representative of the Department of personnel shall be continuously pre.sent at and shall
observe said review."
lU-quirements
T h e last experience
requirements called for one of the following: three years' experience as a
law clerk or public law enforcemeht oflicer, including M.P. duty;
three years' State court work;
graduation from a recognized law
school, an equivalent combination
of training and experience,
admission to the State Bar.
or
Do not attempt to apply before
December
26.
Application
may
be
made
Civil Service, R o o m 2301, 270
Broadway, New Y o r k 7, N. Y . T h e
closing date is Friday, February 1.
NYC CHECKOFF TO
START
T h e Comptroller's Office will begin deducting union dues of New
Y o r k City employees who signed
authorization cards with the first
January pay checks.
BEAME TO REPORT
ON P A Y F O R DRIVERS
Warden Test
Result Stands
Forestry Trainee Jobs
Summer Jobs
In L I. Parks
T h e State is now i.ssuing and r e ceiving applications f o r the t r a f »
flc
and
which
park officer exam,
Long
Island
Double Boiieri
Mixing Bowit
Darling
Have
You Been
Park
and some for year-round duty, at
$77 a week to start.
Candidates
must
have
been
residents of Queens, Nassau or
Suffolk Counties Cor four months
preceding the test date, February
16. Additional requirements are
a senior high scnooi or equivalency diploma. State driver's l i cense, age 21 to 32, with concession
to
veterans;
weight
150
pounds
minim ..n,
minimum
height 5 feet 10 inches, 20/20
vision.
Apply in person by representative or by mail to the State Civil
Service Department, R o o m 2301,
270 Broadway, New Y o r k 7, N. Y , ,
through January 18.
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APPLEBY TO RETIRE
A L B A N Y , Dec. 17—Paul H. Appleby, State Budget Director, announced that he will retire f r o m
his post next November.
for
T h e Board of Estimatt referred
to Budget Director Abraham D.
Beame a resolution for granting
50 cents an hour differentials to
motor vehicle operators of trucks
of up to 4 tons capacity, and $1
for more than four tons. T h e Salary Appeals Board recommended
the differential.
T i i « « ( I f l y , D p c p m l i e r 1R, I 9 5 < |
T h e New Y o r k City Civil Service Commission denied the appeal
of candidates for promotion to
warden. Correction Department,
who protested final key answers
and the format of the te.st.
T h e examination was made up
of 10 e.ssay questions. Questions
1 through 5 comprised Part I of
the test, the last five. Part I I .
Candidates .said it was impo.s.sible
to distinguish between the two
parts because the questions were
consecutively numbered and were
not specific.
T e s t i f y i n g on behalf of
the
student trainees (fore.strj^, at
candidates were two examination
$3,175 and $3,415 a year, are
experts who agreed tliat the f o r needed for duty with the Departmat of the- test was contrary to
ments of Interior and Agriculture
good examining practice.
throughout the United States and
Ala.ska.
69 C O R R E C T I O N P R O i M O T I O N S
App.icants must pa.ss a written
T h e New Y o r k City Budget Ditest and. must have completed or
be enrolled in the fii'st year of a rector's office will recommend 69
Department
promofour-year college course leading Correction
to a bachelor's degree in forestry. tions, 45 of them to men captain,
Apply to the Executive Secretary, two to women captain and 22 to
Department
of
the
Interior, assistant deputy warden.
Northwest Board of U. S. Civil
Service Examiners, 1001 N E Lloyd
Boulevard, P. O. Box 3537, Portland 8. Ore., or the Board of U. S.
Civil Service Examiners, Department of Agriculture, Washington
25, D. C.
RAFAEL'S
in
per.son, by representative or by
mail to the State Department of
L E A D E R
Last Day to Use Up
Federal Leave Is Jan. 12
Queens Supreme Court to $5,853
in General Se.ssions courts, varying with the location of the job.
Former
S E R V I C E
PREPARE YOURSELF NOW FOR
COMING U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS
to
During the next twelve months there will be many appointments to u . s . Civil Service Jobs in many parts of the country.
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These will be Jobs paying as high as $340.00 a month to start,
rhey are well paid In comparison with the same kind of Jobs l a
private industry. They o f f e r f a r more security than Is usual Iti
private employment. Many of these Jobs require little or no e v perience or specialized education. T h e y are available to men and
A'omen between 18 and 55,
But In order to get one of these Jobs, you must pass a Civil S e r v ice test.The competition In these tests is intense. In some case»
as few as one out of five applicants pass! Anything you can do t o
increase your chances of passing is well worth voiir while.
. NEWI Squore Skillet
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pass these tests each year. T h e Institute is the largest and oldest
organization of this kind and it Is not connected with the G o v e r n ment.
T o get full Information free of charge on these U. 8. Civil
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(3) list of U. S. Civil Service jobs; ( 4 ) tell me how to prepare fofc
one of these tests.
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Social Investigator
CHRISTMAS AT PILGRIM STATE
(
On December
12, 1956. Dr.
Harr.v J. Worthliig. Director of
the Pilgrim Stale Hospital, welcomed over 2,500 employee.s, actively employed and retired, and
their
families
to
the
annual
Christma.s P a r t y held in the hospital's Recreation Hall.
Entertainment
consisted
of
dancing, music provided by the
employees, and patients' orchestra; entertainment by the employees' children; a visit f r o m
Santa Claus and refreshments.
Dr. W o r t h i n g
^^Iso presented
twenty-tlve year service pins to
eightee 1 employees, two of which
had served twenty-five years at
Pilgrim State Hospital.
As New Yoi-k City has 700 vacancies in the social investigator
title, it has reopened the test until Tuesday, January
15. T h e
written test is tentatively set for
March 2.
T h e job pays $4,000 a year to
start, rising through annual and
longevity increments to $5,080.
Most of the positions are in the
W e l f a r e Department.
College Degree
Needed
Candidates need a baccalaureate degree from an accredited
school by February, 1952, f o r appointment. Students who have not
yet completed their degree may"
apply for the test. T h e filing fee
is $3.
Applicants
College Series application. Apply
in person, by representative or by
mail at the Department's application bureau, 96 Duane Street.
New Y o r k 7, N. Y . N o mail application will be honored unless
accompanied by a self-addressed
envelope at least nine
Inches
wide, stamped six cents f o r r e turn.
should
request
a
Readers have their say In T h e
The
festivity
was
also
the L E A D E R ' S Comment column. Send
twenty-fifth anniversary of Pil- letters to Editor. T h e L E A D E R .
grim State Hospital. A special 97 Duane Street. New York 7. fJ.Y.
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appropriately designed to commemorate this occasion.
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CIVIL SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
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T h e religious offering was made
by Father Forker who offered the
opening prayer and Chaplain Anderson who offered a silent prayer
in memory of those who died during the year.
T h e Christmas trees, greens,
wreathes, specially prepared rosters gaily decorated, coupled with
good will prevalent throughout
the afternoon, left everyone imbued with the true Christmas
spirit.
Employees of Pilgrim State Hospital, L. I. amassed toys for
children and distributed the gifts a t a Christmas party. The NON-TEAC:HING
youngsters enjoyed themselves immensely, but no more so S C H O O L JOBS O P E N
than did the employees.
Residents of Suffolk,
C K I L I SET F O R DEC. 22
A special Gaelic Society Christ
mas ceill will be held on Saturday
night, December 22 in St. M a t thew's Hall, 214 West 68th Street,
N e w Y o r k City.
PENSIONERS MEET
T h e National A.ssociation of Retired Civil Employees held an
open meeting for Federal retirees
in Brooklyn at the W a r Memorial
Building. Fulton and H i g h Streets.
Nassau,
Rockland, Westchester
counties
may apply f o r non-teaching jobs
with the State's school districts.
Apply to the State Civil Service
Department,
Room
2301,
270
Broadway, New Y o r k 7, N. Y.,
through Thursday, January 4.
by highly qualified initruetort in a school etiablishad over 40
years with a background of over 400,000 qraduates. thousands
of whom aHotned high office in the public service or well-paying
positions in the business world.
INVITATION
We invite anyone interested in our courses to call at any of our
schools, either day or evening, and consult with one of our registrari. You may visit a classroom and observe the instruction
which employs the Vu-Graph, a visual aid which leaves an indelible Impression of the subject matter,
STATE COURT ATTENDANT
starting Salary $5,790 In most courts. Examination March 2nd.—
Classes meet Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:30 in Manhattan only.
CARPENTER
Salary Si212 a year. Applications issued and received by the
Civil Service Commission until Dee, 27, Evening classes in Manhattan and Jamaica,
PATROLMAN
Applications may be filed until Dee. 27. Only about 9 week remain
In which to prepare for the written examination. Classes day and
evening. Manhattan and Jamaica.
CLERK
Starting salary $2750—automatic increases until $3650 Is reached.
Further advancement through promotional examinations. Classes
meeting in Manhattan and Jamaica,
SANITATION MAN
Salary $5050 after 3 years service. Starting salary $3f50—exceptional promotional opportunities up to District Superintendent
at salary of $7,450. Classes meeting in Manhattan and Jamaica.
TRANSIT PATROLMAN
Salary SSStO • year after 3 yrs. service. Non-resident* of the City
of New York eligible. Classes day and evening. Manhattan and
Jamaica.
RAILROAD CLERK
Examination Jan. 19—Clo
CLASSES FORMING for entrance and promotional exams for
ASST. CLERK MAGISTRATES AND SPECIAL SESSIONS COURTS
HOUSING INSPECTOR—Salary range $4250 to $5330
MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR—Salary range $3500-54580
SENIOR AND SUPERVISING CLERK various City and Borough Depts.
LIEUTENANT. CAPTAIN & BATTALION CHIEF—NY FIRE DEPT.
Alto PREPARATORY CLASSES for
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA
* Master Plumber's License
* Stationary Engineer's License
• Master Electrician's License
• Refrigeration Oper. License
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The demand for ikilled AUTO MECHANICS, DRAFTSMEN and TELEVISION TECHNICIANS it greater than the supply. Young men who
desire to increase their earning capacities are invited to visit
any or all of our Vocational Schools, consult our registrars and
inspect our fully-equipped shops and laboratories to observe the
type of InstrueNon imparted, and read some of the complimentary
letters from employers about the quality of graduates we supply.
THCSE COURSES A R I APPROVED FOR KOREAN VETERANS. Classes
meet Day and Evening. Descriptive Booklets Sent on Request,
Automobile Mechanics, 5-01 4iih Road, L, I. City, Phone ST i - S ) 0 «
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tor Public
Meniher Audit Bureau of
Counsel Sidney M. Stern reported to the New Y o r k City Civil
Service Commission the following weekly summary of law cases.
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TUESDAY,
DECEMBER
18,
M c K e o w n V. Cavanagh. Epeclal T e r m granted a motion to
enjoin
the
Fire
Commissioner
f r o m continuing to designate firemen as acting lieutenants without
appointment. T h e Appellate Division has granted a motion to dismiss the appeal unless the appellant completes his appeal and
notices the case f o r argument at
the January, 1957 term.
1956
Democratic Heritage
W
HILE
employee
gaining,
deny
produces
that
both
better
of
typify
the
pay-plan
government
sets up g r a d e s ,
limits,
fits
and
acceptable
titles
salary
pay
results
methods
Proponents
Press V. Falk. T h e Appellate
Division has denied a motion to
dismiss the appeal of petitioner
who was transferied In 1951 to
b e d i v i d e d o n w h e t h e r an Inferior position In the Department of Labor. T h e Supreme
Court held that the transfer was
plan, or collective barmade with the consent of the pefor them, nobody
can
titioner and that tha proceeding
d e m o c r a c y in a c t i o n .
should have been brought within
method, whereby
t h e four months.
groups may
a set g o v e r n m e n t - w i d e
with
into
upper and
those
increases
grades,
have
lower
can
salary
show
Court of
that
resulted. In
connection
w i t h a n y s u c h p a y p l a n t h e r e is a l w a y s a s e t o f
attendance
rules t h a t set fortii particulars a b o u t vacations, sick
maternity
leave,
and
gradually
growing
the
like.
more
These
rules
leave,
have
been
liberal.
Extensive Appeals
Another
Opporliinily
p o i n t t h a t p a y - p l a n p r o p o n e n t s s t r e s s is t h e
a p p e a l s p r o c e d u r e . T h e g e n e r a l r u l e is t h a t a n y
employee
dissatisfied w i t h his g r a d e o r title m a y a p p e a l , or, if
h a v e c h a n g e d since the classification, address the
and
personnel
New
high
paved
City's Career
of
the
appeal
way,
procedures
with
City's
and
the
plan.
in
advance.
functory,
nor
Even
and
the
Salary
Administration
acted
and
when
up
for
for
upgrading.
upward
the
same, the same
It
the
is n o
Career
function,
to
and,
sense
of
argument
and
rests
Plan
worthy
On
behalf
be
of
shown,
for years
in t h e
In the N e w
Transit
be
either
under
York
tion practically
Department,
Able
nificant gains f o r
gaining with those
The
collective
the-board
eider
to
pay
which
were
in
bargaining
lowest
rely on t h e n u m e r i c a l
itrated
in
tically
the
group
exclusive
Service
others.
may
both
Boards
been
its
have
and
low
of
if
ever
the
and
one
method
result
bayonet.
That's
state.
followers
of
have
won
sig-
collective
bar-
which
for
pay
one
majority,
in t h e
the
lift
a
way
taken
the
at
that the
tho
state
plan,
have
an
prac-
the
Civil
government.
our
other,
They
demon-
sometimes
pay
and
congiven
brackets.
State
in
across-
they
union
under
Indefinitely
excludes
action
one
situa-
Sanitation
a s is t h e c a s e w i t h
Association
on
predecessors.
Both plans m a y remain popular with their
advocates
results
going
their union, as
even
a
all
departments.
elections,
But
In
a similar
through
especially
just
bargaining,
Employees
against
excellent
has
and
win,
strength
representation
pre-empting
employee
or
the
or
supporters point to
they
to
Is
denied.
representatives
agencies and
Board.
about
s a m e is t r u e o f t h e
important,
the
an
report.
bargaining,
members
increases
extremely
those
union
their
of
with
respective
country,
but
never
will
it
point
of
gun
differs f r o m
STATE
RETIREMENT
TO THE
SYSTEM
Editor, T h e Leader:
I n your Issue of Kovember •
you published & letter to tho editor written by Mark K o r m e s that
compared Social Security coverage
on an Integration and tupplementation basis for present members of the State Employees' R e tirement System. W e have checked these figures and find that they
are Inaccurate and that consequently the conclusions drawn by
Mr. K o r m e s f r o m those figures are
inaccurate.
WEIGHS
EDITOR
SOCIAL
SECURITY
Kormes, he assumed that th#
member would retire at a final
average salary of $4,200 and t h a i
A e would have 30 years of member service. Our figures as based
on the actuarial tables now In u s »
by the Retirement System f o *
determining Its reserves and Its
contributions f r o m employees and
employers.
Using the same hypothetical
examples as Mr. Kormes, we have
prepared a set of figures which
give a comparison of supplementation and Integration. I n each of
the 12 -examples used by Mr.
T a b l e I compares the reduction
In the annuity under supplementation with the corresponding re-<
ductlon In the pension under Integration, f o r each of the 12 hypothetical examples used by M r ,
Kormes. W e have used this m e t h od because the benefit provided
by Social Security would be the
same In either event.
TABLE I
Reduction In Annual Allowance
Retirement
Plan Age
55
55
60
60
55
55
60
60
55
55
60
60
.Appeals
Retirement
Ase
55
60
60
65
55
60
60
65
55
60
60
65
Years
Under
S.S.
5
5
5
5
15
15
15
15
30
30
30
30
Under
Supplementation
$ 38
44
44
52
135
165
165
201
205
312
312
445
Under
Integration
$150
150
150
150
450
450
450
450
900
900
900
900
F o y V. Schechter. Motion for reargument denied. T h e Issue was
whether the petitioners are to be
paid the prevailing rate of wages
under section 220 of the Labor
L a w . T h e court held that the decision In Corrigan v. Joseph, 304
N Y 172, Is controlling In the case
Y o u will note that the reduction age 65 In the case of those m e m of Foy who was a party in that
proceeding and that the other Is greater under Integration In bers who retire before 65, we also
computed
the
present
value,
petitioner, Goldman, Is aflfected by each case.
It under the rule of stare decisis.
Since the reduction under sup- ( P . V . ) , a t a g e 65, of all t h e r e T h e Corrigan case held that an plementation would occur before ductions in each case. T h e following table shows the results.
attempted regarding of positions
In 1938 was Ineffective, but that
TABLE II
a subsequent resolution In 1943
P.V. of Reduction at Age 65
was properly and lawfully adopted
Under
Under
Years
RetireRetireand effectively graded the posl
InteUnder
Supplement
ment
tions in question.
gration
mentation
S.S.
Age
Plan 2
$1,605
5
$ 849
55
55
N. y . County Supreme Court
1.605
5
708
60
55
1.605
5
708
60
60
Trial Term
1,605
5
556
65
60
Verbiest v. Kennedy. Petitioner
4,815
3,014
15
55
55
4,815
15
2,654
60
was honorably discharged f r o m
55
4,815
15
2,654
60
60
the N a v y although he had been
4,815
2,151
15
65
60
subjected to four disciplinary ac9,631
4,576
30
55
55
tions. Because of these charges
9,631
5,018
30
60
55
the Police Commissioner passed
9,631
30
5,018
60
60
9,631
him over f o r appointment to the
4,762
30
60
65
Police Department. T h e court held
Y o u will note that the present better than Integration. I f any
that the Commissioner Is not provalue of the reduction under In- further proof were needed, w «
hibited f r o m reviewing petitiontegration Is greater, in each case, might mention that supplementaer's entire record and Is not com
than the present value of the re- tion would cost the State m o r «
pelled to accept the honorable
than Integration.
duction under supplementation.
discharge as an endorsement wipThese
figures
Indicate
that.
In
ing out petitioner's offenses as
W I L L I A M M.
blRDEN
facts for the Commissioner's con- the examples chosen by Mr. K o r Deputy Comptroller
mes, supplementation would be
sideration. Petition dismissed.
expected.
City Housing Authority
exists. T h e
Board
is
Board,
bargaining
Authority
Board
membership
appeals
collective
too. Such
the
along
Board
the
was
titles
the
of the o t h e r
c a s e s in this c l a s s t h e r e w a s a m i n o r i t y
may
three
Board
the
by
go
Appeals
since
of
the
half
with
to
fairness may
Salary
that some
the
per-
frequently
About
refuse
against
prosin
not
consists
and
recommendation
cases,
are
recommended
Classification
hearing
finance
members,
appeals.
yet
appeals
productive
Next
Board
decision
has
reallocation
Now
begin
Final
which
to
the
State
practiced.
always,
were
Act,
appeals
employee
denying
the
is i n c l u d e d
Appeals
nearly
consideration
Estimate,
the
Appeals
two
unanimously
unanimous
money
is p r e d e t e r m i n a t i o n
the
marks
also m o r e
appeal
Moreover,
Classification
Though
Plan
Though
Feld-Hamilton
extensive
pective raises obtained t h r o u g h
budget
Salary
opportunities.
are more
under the
duties
budget
directors.
York
point
DECISIONS
LETTERS
or
the
PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED:
Guastella v. Kennedy. Petitioner resigned f r o m Police D e p a r t ment September 1, 1955. His application f o r reinstatement, made
within one year, was denied. H e
seeks to compel the Police C o m missioner to accept his application.
NYC
SENIOR CLERKS
LOSE PATIENCE
OVER
DELAY
also putting our case before t h f
Editor, T h e Leader.
Board
members individually.
W e senior clerical employees of
W e have gone through the a p New Y o r k City are getting petipeals rlgamarole. W e have a p «
tions signed urging the Board of
peared at every public meeting of
Estimate to give us a public hear- the Board of Estimate f o r t h t
ing on our pay appeal at its next past seven months.
meeting on December 13. W e are
BART LANIER STAFFORD, I H
Simort v. Kennedy. Petitioner
was appointed probationary patrolman on June 13, 1956, on
June 14, 1956, he decHned appointment. I n September, 1956 he
A F T E R H A V I N G worked f r o m
requested restoration of his name
and was again certified, but was 1951-1954, I was stricken with
passed over for medical reasons. muscular dystropny. A m I eligible
H e seeks to compel his appoint- f o r disability payments now that
I am 55?
J. B. E.
ment.
I n addition to meeting the medical requirements, you must have
a certain amount of credit under
Social Security. If you were coverT h e Ozanam Guild of Catholic ed for 20 out of 40 calendar quaremployees in the New York City
Welfare
Department
held
a ters before the established begindinner meeting on Wednesday, ning date of your disability, and
December 12, at "iiSO P.M. at 122 six out of the 13 quarters before
East 22nd Street, New Y o r k City. that, you would have enough to
Guests enjoyed a Christmas qualify.
party f o r retired members. A.ssistant' Commissioner John A. MulM Y H U S B A N D worked under
laney presented life membership
cards to pensioners. Election of Social Security f r o m 1938 until
1957 officers followed.
his death in 1950. W h a t can I do
T h e Guild held Its f...j; f^rst
to collect his Social Security?
Friday luncheon of the season,
K. P .
Justice Matthew J, Ti'oy spoko.
QUESTION, PLEASE
Ozanam Guild D^nes
Y o u m a y be eligible to recelv*
widow's benefits at age 62 based
on your husband's Social Security
record. Y o u may file an application when you reach 62 f o r thes»
monthly payments.
H O W C A N I O B T A I N a refund
on excess Social Security tax paid
f o r 1956?
J. J ,
If you have more than one e m ployer, each employer must d » .
duct the tax on the fir.st $4,200 of
wages he pays you In a year. U
you pay the tax on total w a g e i
of more than $4,200 because of
multiple employment you n i a f
claim the excess tax as credit o ^
your income tax return for tti4
I year.
NEW YORK
STATE JOB
OPENINGS
Court Library. Fee $5. Kings
County residence for four months
preceding test date, admission to
State Bar, five years' law practice,
and one of the following: six
months' experience in library of
50,000 or more volumes, one year's
teaching experience at law school
or completion of a recognized
course leading to a graduate law
date. (Friday, January 18).
1 The State is now accepting applications for the following examinations. Tests are scheduled
for February Ifl. The last day to
apply appears at the end of each
notice.
Unless otherwise Indicated, can(didates must be U. S. citizens and
must have been State residents
for one year Immediately preceding the examination date.
Apply at one of the following:
State Department of Civil Service, Room 2301, at 270 Broadway,
New York City, corner of Chambers Street; Examinations Division,
89 Columbia Street, or lobby of
Btate Office Building, Albany;
State Department of Civil Service,
Room 212, State Office Building.
Buffalo, State Office Building,
Buffalo or at local offices of the
New
York
State
Employment
Service.
4215. ASSISTANT L I B R A R I A N ,
$5,200, Richmond County Supreme Court Library. Pee $5. Five
years' law practice or one of the
following: a bachelor's degree plus
three years' experience In a law
library with 10,000 or more volumes, or an equivalent combination. Candidates must have been
legal residents of the county for
four months preceding the test
date. (Friday, anuary 18).
4214. L I B R A R I A N , $7,200, Richmond County Supreme
Court
Library. Pee $5. Same requirements as for 4215 plus two more
years' experience. (Friday, January 18).
4208. SENIOR PHYSICIAN, $7,-
4617. SENIOR S A N I T A R Y ENGINEER, $6,050-$7,770. One opening. Westchester County. Open to
any qualified U. S. citizen. Fee $5.
Btate engineer's license and a
bachelor's degree in engineering
plus one of the following; undergraduate work in sanitary, public
health or civil engineering (public
health option) and four years'
sanitary or public health engineering experience; doctor's degree
In sanitary or public health engineering and two years' experience, or a time-equivalent combination of training and experience. (Friday, January 18).
4616 S A N I T A R Y
ENGINEER,
$5,000-$6,400. Several vacancies.
Westchester County. Open to any
qualified U. S. citizen. Fee $4. Certification by State Public Health
Council as assistant public health
engineer, bachelor's defcree in engineering, one year's experience
and one of the following: undergraduate work in sanitary, public
health or civil engineering (public
health option) plus one more
year's experience; master's degree, or an equivalent combination. (Friday, January 18).
4211. P A R K P A T R O L M A N , $73
Weekly to start. Fifteen appointments expected in Niagara Frontier State Park. Fee $3. High
school or equivalency diploma,
driver's license, age limits 21 to
87, good moral character and
physical condition, residence for
four months • preceding examination date in one of the following
counties: Allegany, Cattaraugus,
Chautauqua. Erie, Genessee, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming.
(Friday, January IB),
4212. T R A F F I C
AND
PARK
OFFICER. $77 weekly to start.
About 100 appointments expected
In Long Island State Park. Pee $4.
Same general requirements as for
4J11. park patrolman. Residence
requirements: four months' legal
residence preceding test date In
Nassau, Queens, or Suflolk counties. (Friday, January 18).
4210. LABOR R E L A T I O N S EXAMINER, $3.390-$6,620. One opening. New York City. Pee $5. Four
years' industrial relations experience and one of the following:
four
more
years'
experience,
bachelor's degree plus one additional year's experience, bachelor's
degree in industrial relations, or
|in equivalent combination. (Frl0ay, onuary 18
4213. L I B R A R I A N , $6,050. One
•i)eulng, Kins* Couuty Supremo
ence and training. (Friday, January 18).
4619.
A N E S T H E T I S T . $5,000$5,480. One opening, Wyoming
County. Fee $4. State professional
nurse's license, and either completion of a specialized anesthesia
course plus one year's general
nursing experience ,or an equivalent combination of training and
experience. Open to any qualified
U.S. citizen. (Friday, January IB).
4613. A S S I S T A N T
SUPER.
VISOR OF CASE W O R K (P.A.),
$5,000-$6,400, Westchester County,
(ronttnnerl on Page 12)
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4209. SENIOR C L R A T O R (geology), $4,880-$6,030. One opening,
Albany. Open to any qualified U.S.
citizen. Fee $4. Bachelor's degree
>n geology and either two years'
experience in curatorial or research ge(-logy or teaching geology; two years' graduate study in
same or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
(Friday, January 18),
600-19,190. One opening at Albion, one at Auburn, N. Y. Fee $5.
State M.D.'s license, graduation
from medical school and completion of Internship, plus two years'
general practice, preferably with
experience In surgery, or an
equivalent combination of experi-
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ASSISTANT
MEDICAL
logical physics, three supervisory),
E X A M I N E R , $8,200 to $10,300.
or an equivalent combination of
Seven opening.s, OfBce of Chief
education and experience. (ThursMedical Examiner. Pee $5. M.D.
day, December 27).
decree registered with the State
7842. S U P E R V I S O R
OF
MOUniversity, one year's internship
In an approved hospital,
two T O R T R A N S P O R T , $5,150-$6,590.
vacancy.
Department
of
years' training or experience in One
gross and microscopic pathology Education. Fee $5. Five years' exin a pathological laboratory, an perience supervising motor transcomparable
to
approved medical school, hospital port operations
or medical examiner's office, or tho.se of an institution or large
an equivalent; evidence of having garage, or an equivalent, plus a
performed and protocolled
150 State chauffer's license for apautopsies.
Form
C
experience pointment. (Thursday, December
27).
paper required. (January 24).
bookkeeping.
ber 27).
(Thursday,
T h e New York City Personnel
Department is now receiving applications f o r the following jobs.
T h e closing date appears at the
end of each notice.
Apply in person, by representative or by mail to the Department's
application
section,
96
Duane Street, New York 7. N. Y .
Mail applications must be accom7877. T I T L E E X A M I N E R , $3,7687. H O U S E K E E P E R ,
$3,250panied by a self addressed envel- $4,330. Six openings. Department 750-$4,830. About 12 vacancies,
ope stamped six cents f o r return. of Hospitals. Fee $3. High school various City departments. Fee $3.
or equivalency diploma plus two
years' experience supervising a
Open-Corapetitive
housekeeping unit of 100 or more
7774. A C C O U N T C L E R K , $3,- rooms. Experience Form A needed.
000-$3,900, 24 vacancies, various (Thursday, December 27).
AUTO POLICY in the
City departments. Pee $2. High
CAPITAL DISTRICT
7867.
P
I
P
E
C
A
U
L
K
E
R
,
$6,250
school or equivalency diploma by
Traffic accldentfl are n)ountlng
each
for
250
8-hour
working
days;
y e a r — y o u r family needs the moet pro*
June, 1957, and knowledge of
tection
possible.
S
A
F
E
C
O
Insurance
about 18 vacancies. Department
Company of Ameri-^a't? new auto policy
of W a t e r Supply, Gas and Elecie the broadcBt e v r r 'I'^aigned—nothing
tricity. Fee $5. One of the followie more all-inclusive. And you l a v e
with S A F K C O .
ing: five years' paid appropriate
Rumba,
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HO
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RIIVVAAT T
K K 0 1 I I experience, oi
at least two-andFuitrut,
Waltz
( ooiiH HSu;
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^
a-half
years'
such
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l.liiUy,
JlerriiKiie
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10 PRIVATE HOURS
$40 enough additional experience as a
440 Third Ave., Watervllet, N. Y.
20 PRIVATE HOURS
$75 helper or related training to equal
AR 3-4832
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five years' experience. (Tliursday,
Snfeco ItKiimiirp Co. o f A n n r l m
I ' i - l O P.M.
December
27).
. . ' • H o m e Offlcce—Seattle 8. W a e h . . .
S I N . 1-1 l>.M.
One of the f o l l o w i n g : t w o years'
full-time experience searching or
examining titles to real property
with a title company, lawyer, governmental agency or conveyancer;
two years at a recognized law
school, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
( T h u n d a y , . December 27).
7774. A C C O U N T C L E R K , $3,000-!$3.900; 24 vacancies, various
City departments. Fee $2. H i g h
or equivalency diploma by
J i i l % 1957, and icnowledge of
rttteeping.
(Thursday, Decembei 27).
Pee
$5.
Baccalaureate
degree
registered with the State University, and one of the f o l l o w i n g :
master's degree in hospital administration and two years' administrative experience, six years'
hospital
administrative
experience. two years of which must
have been as an admini.strator or
a.sslstant administrator,
or
an
equivalent combination of education and experience. (Thursday,
December 27).
(Continued on page 9)
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HOSPITAL
ADMINISTRATOR,
$9.000-$ll,100. Vacancies f r o m time to time.
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7011.
ASSISTANT
MEDICAL
EXAMINER,
$8,200 to $10,300.
Seven openings, Office of Chief
Medical Examiner. Pee $5. M.D.
degree registered with the State
University, one year's Internship
In an approved hospital,
two
years' training or experience in
gross and microscopic pathology
in a pathological laboratory, an
approved medical school, hospital
or medical examiner's office, or
an equivalent; evidence of having
performed and protocolled 150
autopsies. (January 24),
••
Magistrates'
Courts,
Court
of
Special Se.sslons and Domestic Relations Court. Pee $4. Open to all
qualified U. S. citizens. A g e limits
21 to 55 for appointment, no minimum age for application; age
concessions to veterans. Baccalaureate degree by February, 1958,
plus one of the following: certificate or master's degree f r o m an
approved school of social work,
two year.s' casework experience in
a recognized agency, or master's
degree in sociology, psychology,
or criminology plus one year's
experience as above. Experience as
social Investigotor in W e l f a r e De-
partment acceptable.
January 15).
(Tuc.sday,
ployment in the department as assistant
bacteriologist
for
six
months preceding the test date
Promotion
(I.Iarch 7) to apply, two years for
7827. A S S I S T A N T P H Y S I C I S T , appointment. (Thursday, DecemDepartment of Hospitals, $4,550- ber 27).
7846. R E S I D E N T B U I L D I N G S
$5,990. 1 ee $4. Permanent employment In the above department as S U P E R I N T E N D E N T , Housing AuJunior physicist f o r six months thority. $6,050-$7,490. Sixteen vapreceding the test date (February cancies expected within the next
15) to apply, t w j years for ap- two years. Fee $5. Permanent empointment. (Thursday, December ployment in the Authority as assistant resident buildings super27).
Civilians Get More
Military Jobs
DR. M I C H A E L HEADS
REHABILITATION
REGION
Salvatore G. DlMichael, executive director of the National A s sociation f o r Retarded Children,
Washington, D. C., was appointed
regional
representative
of
the
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation in the New Y o r k City regional office of tl e Department
of Health, Education and W e l f a r e .
7828. B A C T E R I O L O G I S T ,
Department of W a t e r Svnply, G a s
and Electricity, $5,750-$7,190. One
vacancy. Pee $5. Permanent em-
W A S H I N G T O N , Dec. 17 — A t
a hearing before a House m a n power
utilization
committee,
Colonel John M. Hutchison, deputy director of A P manpower and
organization, told of the increase
in the number
civilian employees, replacing military personnel. L I Q U O R A D M I N I S T R A T O R S
Colonel Hutchison said training T O M E E T I N A T L A N T I C C I T Y
T h e convention of the National
costs were cut and that greater
the monthly need f o r enlistment Conference of State Liquor Administrators, previously
set In
7687. H O U S E K E E P E R ,
$3,250is 12,000 to 10,010 compared to New Orleans, La., will be held
$4,330. Six openings, Department
M a y 5 through 9 In Atlantic City,
of Hospitals. Fee $3. H i g h school previous 14,000.
or equivalency diploma plus two
years' experience supervising a
housekeeping unit of 100 or more
rooms. (Thursday, December 27).
7837. P A T R O L M A N , New Y o r k
City Police Department, $4,000
base starting pay. Fee $3. M i n imum height, 5 feet 1\'2 Inches;
20/20 vision, no glasses allowed,
good character and physical condition. Age limits 19 to 29 for application,
21 for
appointment.
H i g h school or equivalency diploma
required
for
appointment.
(Thursday, December 27).
7789.
SUPERVISING
CHILDREN'S
COUNSELOR,
$4,550$5,990. Four vacancies. Department of W e l f a r e . Pee $4. Baccalaureate degree registered by the
State University, three years' fulltime experience In a child-care
institution or in children's group
work in an agency; a master's
degree or certificate representing
t w o years' graduate work in a
school of social work plus one
year as above; master's degree in
early childhood education, education, guidance or psychology and
two years' experience as above.
(Thursday, December 27)
intendent for six month.s preceding the test date (March 18) t o
apply, two years f o r appointment.
(Thursday, December 27).
7764. S E N I O R I N S P E C T O R O F
B O R O U G H W O R K S . Manhattan
and Queens Borough President's
offices, and Department of Parks,
$5,150-$6,590. Vacancies f r o m time
to time. Fee $5. Permanent employment in the above departments as inspector of borough
(Co-it;-:!!"'! on Hage 10)
16 Park Row
Ne* Yoi U 6. N
I.
Discount H o u s » for C i v i l S e r v i c * :
E m p l o y e e ! for 27 Y e a r s
Recommer.di Over All Otheri
\
THE CHARLES
FURNITURE CO. INC.
AL S<1810
32 W 20th Street, N .V.
A Sluniifactiircr. Dlntrlbiilnr
Shnwroom
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7877. T I T L E E X A M I N E R , $3,750-$4,830. About 12 vacancies,
various City departments. Fee $3.
O n e of the following: two years'
full-time experience searching or
examining titles to real property
with a title company, lawyer, governmental agency or conveyancer;
two years at a recognized law
school, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
(Thursday, December 27).
a.
b.
e.
4
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a year .trnrtiirBl fiinrantf»
fl year free .ervlcp pnliey
Bare big money — np to
Fred ileeoratlng coiiinel
FAMOUS M A K E C E D A B C H E S T
All furniture unrratert — delivered
Value lao.ffA. Cliarlea price tlU.AO.
for niie
CHARLES
dlnplnya
Bedroom,
Litlng f. SInerrlty — The oustomer la alway.
Boom, Dining Room and Bedding.
right
Mr. Tobias of MUNlClfAl
toyi
Vltit CHARLES
for FINE FURNITURE
AT
BUDGET
PRICES
r-
Lighten your work — brighten your home
with
products says COURT MART
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7817. D E P A R T M E N T L I B R A R Y
A I D E , $2,750-$3,650. T w o openings, Departments of Correction
and Hospitals. Fee $2. High school
or equivalency diploma by February 28, 1957. (Thursday, December 27).
7574. E L E V A T O R
MECHANIC,
$24.80 a day for 240 8-hour working days, 19 openings, various
City departments. Pee 50 cents.
M a x i m u m age, 50; good physical
condition. Five years' experience
within the last 15 as elevator
mechanic, or 2'^ years within the
last ten years, plus enough related training to equal five years'
work. Six months' experience will
be credited for each year's training or experience
as elevator
mechanic's
helper.
(Thursday,
December 27).
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Tray Cart
7573. C A R P E N T E R ,
$24.85
a
day for 250 7-hour working days;
19 vacancies, various City departments. Fee 50 cents. Age limit, 50,
except for veterans; good physical
condition, five years' experience
within the last 15 as carpenter, or
2 ' a years' experience within the
last 10 as carpenter's helper plus
enough related training to equal
five years' experience. Six months'
experience will be credited for
each year's related training or experience,
(Thursday,
December
27).
7890 S O C I A L I N V E S T I G A T O R ,
$4,000-$5,080. About 700 vacancies, Departments of W e l f a r e and
Correction. Pee $3. Baccalaureate
degree by February, 1958 for ap
pointment.
(Tuesday,
January
15).
7853 P R O B A T I O N
OFFICER,
198
citi:
I
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THEIR BUSINESS POLICY IS—
7842. S U P E R V I S O R O F
MOT O R T R A N S P O R T , $5,150-$6,590.
One
vacancy.
Department
of
Education. Pee $5. Five years' experience supervising motor transport
operations comparable
to
those of an institution or large
garage, or an equivalent, plus a
State chauffeur's license for appointment. (Thursday, December
37).
f
|
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• An extra work surface, an extra gtorago unit, a handsome
iervlng cart . . . in onel I W i '
high, 16'/i'»23i/i'.Three-inch
caitera. Chromium or blacklegs.
COSCOAT wood-grain finish in
four colors. Come in and get
yours today.
COURT M A R T
81 Court Street
BROOKLYN. N. Y.
TR 5-2497
f
i
State Clerk
Test Opens
On Jan. 7
from 18 to 70 may apply.
The test Is set for Saturday,
March 30. Applications close February 25.
Hundreds of Jobs will be filled
from the test — office machine
years for appointment. (Thursday. December 27).
7894. SENIOR T I T L E EXAMII^.
ER. Departments of Tax, Welfare
and Law. $4,850-$6,290. Vacancies
from time to time. Pee $4. Permanent employment In the above
departments as title examiner (old
(Continued from Paee 9)
works for six months preceding title, title examiner grades 1 and
test date (February 28) to ap- 2) for six months preceding the
ply. two years for appointment. examination date (March 21) for
application, two years for appoint(Thursday. December 27.)
ment. (Thursday. December 27).
7831.
SENIOR
PHYSICIST,
Hospitals Department. $7,100-$8,770. P H Y S I C I S T , Hospitals De900. One vacancy, others from partment. $5.750-$7,190. One vatime to time. Fee $5. Permanent cancy. others from time to time.
employment In the department as Pee $5. Permanent employment in
Isotopes or radiation physicist for the Department as assistant phypositions from the clerk list, audit six months preceding the test sicist or assistant physicist (Isoclerk and bookkeeping machine date (February 15) to apply, two torpes or radiation) for six months
operator Jobs from the account
clerk and calculating key-set machine operators from the statistics
clerk roster.
Apply on or after Monday, January 7 to the State Department
of Civil Service, Room 2301, 270
Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. Apllcatlons may be made in person,
by representative, or by mail. The
closing date is F bruary 25.
184 Eligibles
On Oiler List
Pay Every Two Weelts
Weighed by NYC
The New York City Personnel
Department Issued a 184-name
eligible list for oiler on Wednesday, December 12.
Cornelius
McLean,
a
nonveteran, topped the list with an
earned score of 97.5. The next
highest scores were those of veteran Vincent Liguori, whose earned score was 95, and disabled veteran Peter T. Farrell, with 93.
The list may be Inspected
through Friday at The Leader
offices, 97 Duane Street, two
blocks north of Chambers, Just
west of Broadway.
Pay checks every two weeks,
26 times a year, instead of twice
a month, 24 a year, is a possibility for New York City employees,
said the Civil Service Forum, after its representatives conferred
with John J. Carty, chief budget
examiner.
"Problems discussed," said President Frederic Q. Wendt, "include
possible changes in increment
dates, adjustment of pension contributions, and a carry-over period
which may occur when the new
system is adopted."
He expects the change.
Applications will open January
7 for State clerk Jobs In four options—general and file, at $2,620$3,340. and account and statistics,
$2,750-$3,490.
No
experience
Is
necessary, and men and women
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W O M E N : Barn part-time money at boms,
addressmg envelope' lytping or longbandl
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Mall $1 for Instruction
Manual telling bow (Mney-back guarantee') Sterlins Valve Co.. Corona. N T
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N I T E L Y — D I N N E R A T A I , L HOURS —
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preceding the test date (February
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polntment. (Thursday, December
27).
7608.
MECHANICAL
MAINT A I N E R (Oroup B ) , Transit Authority. $2.07-$2.31 an hour, beginning July 1. 1957. Fee $4. Six
vacancies, others from time to
time. Permanent employment In
the Authority
as malntalner's
helper (Group B ) In the elevatoi
and escalator section of the maintenance of way department for
six months preceding the test
date, April 2. (Thursday. December 27).
ORGANS
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City'*
largest
piano-organ
store
125
pianos and organs
1047 Central
Ave..
Albany, N
Y
Phone 8 8552
"Register
• d " Piano Service
Upper N
Y. State'*
only discount piano star* SAVII. OpuD
0 to 9
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employees. Follow the news on this
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IiietJay, December 18,
19S6
C I V
Clerk-Stenos
Sought by 11.S.
In a Hurry
T h e U. S. Department of A g r l lulture seeks clerk-stenographer
upplications in a hurry.
Vacancies are in New Y o r k
City. Starting salaries in Grades
G S - 3 and GS-4 are $3,175 and
$3,415 annually. Requirements include dictation and typing. Successful applicants will be given
mppointments
looking
toward
permanency, and will be eligible
f o r Federal employee benefits.
Applicants should fill out F e d eral F o r m 57 and send it to P h i l l i p B. Hearn, Pood Distribution
Division, Agricultural Marketing
Bervice, U. S. Department
of
Agriculture, 139 Centre Street,
N e w Y o r k 13. N. Y . Mr. Hearn's
phone number is R E c t o r 2-3100,
Extension 291. A personal interView will be arranged.
W A S H I N G T O N , Dec. 17—A proposal that the Senate study the
f u n d ' s reserve, now $75 million,'
will Increase to $160 million by
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LEGAL
NOTUB
ARPER, ELIZABETH
BRRNIE.—CITAl O N . — P . SOBO, l » 5 « . — T h e People of
the State ol New York By the Grace o l
GoU Proe and InUepeinlent, T o D A V I D J
B U R N I E , 34a Irvine Street, Apt. tl4. Cumbridite, MaHS.; DR. JOSEPH R. P E D E V I L L ,
e f No. 8 ; t a Highland Avenue. PaHsadee
Park. N. J.: F L O R E N C E L E N N O X COOPE R , o l No. 144 East 3Uth Street. New
York
City;
AMERICAN
FOUNDATION
F O R T H E B L I N D . INC., of No. 15 West
Itlth Street, New York City, and E L I Z A
B E T H COLI.INS of
No. 53
Kirkliston
P a r k . Bloomfleld. Belfast, Ireland: HUGH
Y O U N G , of Johnstown Lodite, Johnstown
llass,, County Kildare, Eire, and CATHF^RI N E A G N E S Y A T E S , of Clock House, Bidden Road, Barnt Green, liirniinifliani, ENUland, the next of kin and hers at law of
E L I Z A B E T H B U R N I E H A R P E R , deceased,
•end greeting::
Whereas. I R V I N Q T R U S T C O M P A N Y ,
having its principal ottlce at No. 1 Wull
fclreet. Borough of Manhattan, the City
of New York, has lately applied to the
Surrogate's Court of our County jf New
York, to have a ceitaln instnunent in writing bearing the date Dcccniher 5lh, 1055Vetating to both real and personal propei'ty,
Only iJi'oved as the last will and ti'stanient
of E L I Z A B E T H B U R N I E H A K P E l l , deteased, who was at the time of her death
a resident of the Borough of Manhaltan,
City and Slate of New York, the County
• f New York.
Therefore, you and each of you are cited
show cause befoi'e the Surrogate's Court
• f our County of New York, at the HaM
f Records In the County of New Yoi-k, on
he 38th day of December, one thouean*
Bine hundred and tlty six, at half-past
ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day,
%hy the said will and testament eho.ild
ut be admitted to probate as u will vt
;iil and personal property.
In testimony whereof, we riave caused
the seal of the Surrogate'! Court
uf the suid County of New York
to be hereunto atlixed. Witness,
Honorable Ceoige Frankenthaler,
Surrogate of our said County of
New York. a( said county, the
SO day of
November, in the
year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and fifty six.
( N e w Voi'li Surrogate's Si-sl.)
P H I L I P A. D O N A H U E
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LONG ISLAND
EVERYONE A G O O D BUY —
LONG ISLAND
YOUR MORTGAGE SECURED
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A LUXURIOUS APT. AT
Brick, 4 yrs. old. 5 & 4 room Apts., semi-finished basement, colored ceremic tile baths, scientific kitchens, oak floors, plenty
closct space, steam oil, garage, newly decoroted. Vacant on title.
HOLLIS—1 family brick. Asking $14,990. BungaINSPECT
MANY OTHER 1 and 2 FAMILY H O M E S
A. B. THOMAS
116-12 Merrick Blvd., St. Albans, N.
LAurelton 8-0(586, 8-0719
C i t y : 209 W 125th St.
9:30 to 8 P.M. — Sunday 10 to 7 P.M.
IMMEDIATE
MUST SEE TO
APPRECIATE
SPRINGFIELD
GARDENS
1 family detached, brick and fcbinlie. 6 I'oonis, 1 batU, full basemfnt, of'k Uoors. 1 car garage,
• i l . iteam, 40x100 plot. Extras.
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ST. ALBANS
$16,500
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$12,500
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pine basement with bar,
oil
heat, wall to wall carpeting,
2 car garage, many other extras. $;3.600 down.
Price
$16,800
r room house, modei n. oil.
$13,900
HOLLIS
(J room home,
throughout.
W
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detached,
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$16,750
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Mortgage* Arranged
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BROOKLYN'S
BEST BUYS
DIRECT FROM O W N E R S
ALL V A C A N T
Bedford Ave
(Nostrand^
a family,|
Brownstone, 13 rooms. Oil, P a r q u e t , !
Brasi plumbing Down payment, $S,BOO.|
St. Marlia Ave B family Modern. O c o d l
Income Vacancy Frlce $ia.6U0. C a s h !
$3,600
H A L S E T ST
( B u f h w l c k l 2 family. Sv
car garago. All vacant, Price $11,000 1
Flushing. L. I. (Special at 75th B d . l |
7 room oiodern, Briilt, 8eml.Det»cb«d,i
Garage
Price $13,000
Atlantlo A v e [
(Nostrandl a »toi-y. Store Oil. Prices
$U.SUO Cahh. $1,200.
|Dean St. l A t N T A v e . ) 3 story brick.S
{ i car garage Price $7,000. Cash $000 f
Uan> S P E C I A L S
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In St. Albans, Holllt
Springfield Gardeni, Etc.
A s k for L e o n a r d C u m m i n s
|ia UarUougai at.
Btooklral
PR. 4-6611
Upen eiuudtty* II t# •
left.
Act
quickly—they
are going fast!
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BAISLEY PARK
CAMBRIA H G T S V I C
$9990
$10,990
CASH $190 Gl
CASH $290 Gl
$59 Monthly Gl Mtqe.
$66 Monthly Gl
Fully detached and shinR-led. 6
J.irge rooms. .Modern kitchen
and b : » h , full basement. Larsre
raraife.
Aliinunnni
eereens,
Btorms anil doors. 5 bloi'lts
from sehoolp. shopping; and
subway bus. B-SliS
Mtg*.
Immaculate S'/a-room house,
modei-n kitchen and bath. lull
basem.lit. Large garage, all
extr>ie Included. Ideal
resldential area. B-8T0.
228 ether chetc* 1, I , 3 famly hemes located Richmend HIII,9ueen«Vlllaqe, Jamaica.
143-01 Hillside Ave.
JAMAICA,
A X .
LIVE
BELLMORE
7-7900
IN
ST. ALBANS
$16,800
Act Quickly I
OTHER 1 AND 2 FAMILIES
MALCOLM REALTY
I M - a S Farmers Blvd., St. AlbaDt
RE 9-064S
HO 8-0707
IN
YOUR QUESTIONS
TO EDITOR
Questions answered on civil ser
vice. Address Editor. The L E A D E R
87 D u a n e Street. New Xork 1. N . Y .
4<
4
4
ST. ALBANS
Three bedrooms, corner propert.v. 1 car
f a i a g e , oil heat, modern bnih, re'
Irlgerator, exti'as.
$13,650
A
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QUEENS
INTER-RACIAL
Kcw Ran'-h. sidit level, brleli and asbestos shingle, 6 rooms atiaiiucl, 1car garage I S i 1)6 plot, beautifully
landscaped, built in wall oven, counter
top range finished basement.
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ST. ALBANS
'..'-family, brick dut.iched 1 car tarase
40 X lUO plot 8 rooms, 6 ainl
oil
heat, Knotty pine basement, 'J'V room.
Extra l.ivatory, patio and grape arbur.
Must see to aiinreniate.
$23,600
S. O Z O N E PARK
A Real Bargain
2 H Story, Brick and shinKle Ut tarliod,
1 car raraiire, 25 x lOO plot.
$10,000
192-11 LINDEN BOULEVARD. ST. A L B A N S
LA 5-0033
Bee this solid brick colonial, 0
rooms, all niudern Improvements,
lot 75 X 100. Extras.
OTHER 1 AND S FAMILIES
i
4
L.L
S. O Z O N E PARK
SI 0,700
<<
4
E-S-S-E-X 4
4
SEE US FIRST
Small
down payments
1 famil.v. detached 0',4 rooms, finished basement, oil heat, garage,
extras.
SEND
Hurry—
just a few
Offttr I 6 2 family Aemet. Priced from $10,000 up.
Alio butlnet preperffet.
avallaMa to tiU
ACT T O O A T
CUMMINS REALTY!
from
$130
Agent: Herbert Charles & Co.
$18,500
BROOKLYN
3V2 Rooms
OCCUPANCY
1
J A 6-0250
The Goodwill Realfv Co.
all gone.
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•^ARTHUR WATTS, J r . ^
I family, brick, ever-y luxury. M u i t
be teeu.
Llo.
GL
2
modern
$15,600
ST. ALBANS
CALL
^
A
$9,990
$13,900
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8T.
ALBANS—2
family
detached. 6 rooms down. 4 rooms
up. new oil heating unit, 3
car garage, patio and recrealion room, 40 x 100. For Quick
t:ile, $1,000 down.
Price
V A N W Y C K GARDEN.S _
1
family brick Ranch. 6 yeare
old. f o u r bedrooms. 40 * 100,
modern through-out, oil heat.
copper plumbing, many extras..
»1.40(J down
Price
ST. ALBANS • LA 7-8400
oil
Gail J A 6-8269
$12,800
200-23 LINDEN BLVD
large roome,
i
Owner's sacrifice,
$1,000 down
Daniel W. Johnson
9
XMAS
SPECIALS
.10 X 100.
1 family delaclied, solid brlpk, «
large
rooms,
finished
basement,
beautiful Hollywood hath,
ptsll
•Itower, U bath on first floor, 1
car ^arag". 30x100 plot. Many
• x t r a « . Asliins
Sorry
A
truly
Impressive
new
building
overlooking
the
park at 106th Street providing every modern convenience Including air conditioning outlets in every
apartment. Act quickly: only
66 families can enjoy the
distinction of living at "461".
low slightly used 4'2 rooms, finished basement, colored tile bath,
Kcientific kitchen, storms-screens, steam oil, near transit.
TO
4V2 Rooms
461
CENTRAL PARK
WEST
CAMBRIA HEIGHTS—2 family. Asking $26,990.
PLEASE. PHONE FOR A P P O I N T M E N T
2 Rooms
FAMILY W I L L E N J O Y :
ST. ALBANS — T family home. Asking $13,900
pays only 25 cents for each $1,000
of coverage on each pay period.
l A S T E U N P A R K W A Y - I.aige 6innle room,
1-ivate eiuranoe. elevate<l kitchen privise. eiiigle per»oa — STerliin » 501'.:.
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LONG ISLAND
Rnce, was Initiated by President
Eisenhower in 1954. T h e employee
ROOM FOR RENT
V
THE BEST GIFT OF ALL — YOUR OWN
1958.
The
program,
covering
2,050,000 Federal workers with
more than $10 billion In Insur- ^
POLICE COURSES T O S T A R T
Police Commissioner Stephen P.
K e n n e d y announced that an ineervice training course for all 787
acting lieutenants and captains,'
New Y o r k City Police Department, I
Will begin on Monday, January 7.
T h e eight-month course will
cover public relations and adminiBtration, recent law revisions and
up-to-date police techniques.
R
HOUSES - HOMES -
Federal employee l i f e Insurance
program with an eye toward liberalizing benefits was made by
Benator Frank Carlson (R., K a n . ) .
The
Senator said that
the
S E
L
R E A L
Form 57 may be obtained at
local post offices or f r o m U. S.
Civil
Service
Commission, 641
Washington Street, New Y o r k 14,
N . Y., on statement of purpose. .
More Liberal Plan Of
Life Insurance Asked
I
Lee Roy Smith
All Types of Mortgage Financing
A.Tonged
S. O Z O N E P A R K : 1 family, 5 room iiouse, stucco and frame,
1 car garage, oil steam lieat, modern iiitchen, 1 bio(k f r o m
bus to subway, convenient to shopping and schools. $ Q Q f | n
Good condition. Reasonable down payment. P R I C E . . w j u U l l
H E M P S T E A D : New Bricit Ranches and Cape Cod Bungalows,
beautiful residential section of Hempstead
$I Q QAH
10% down to GI's. P R I C E
I O j O U U & up
BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
J . \ M A I C A ; Excellent business investment, bricic semi-detached,
3 f a m i l y house and store in a thriving neighborhood .2 car
garage, oil steam, 3-4 room apts., plus store.
TfUl
Vacancies. Very reasonably priced at only
l l j l U U
ALLEN
&
EDWARDS
Prompt Personal Service — Open 8undayi and Evenings
O L y m p i a 8-2014 8-201S
Lois J. Alien
Licensed Real Estate
Andrew Edwards
168-18 Liberty Ave.
Broken
.laniaira. N. Y .
experience as regional consultant
may .be .substituted for the.se requirements. Test set for March 2.
(Friday, February 1).
Promotion
(Continued from Page 7)
Fee $4. Oppn to any qualified U. S.
citizen.
Bachelor's degree with
courses in sociology, psychology,
and allied social sciences and one
of the following, four years' social case work including two years
in family welfare; two years' case
work in family welfare plus twoyear course in school of social
work, or an equivalent combination. (Friday, January 18).
4628.
CASE
SUPERVISOR.
Grade B, (P. A.). $4,700-!$5,100.
One opening, Rockland County.
Fee $4. High school or equivalency diploma, and one of the following: bachelor's degree plus four
years' social case work; eight
years' experience including four
In social case work or supervised
teaching, or an equivalent combination. (Friday, January 18).
(Promotion
examinations
open only to quallfled state
ployees).
are
em-
ment, $10.250-»12,220. Permanent
emplo.vment In the above department as principal bank examiner
for two years preceding the te.st
date (about January 26). (Friday,
December 28).
3214. P R I N C I P A L B A N K EXAMINER. Banking Department,
$8.390-$10.100.
Permanent
employment as senior bank examiner
in the department for two years
preceding the test date (January
26) to apply, three years for appointment.
(Friday,
December
28).
3161.
SENIOR ELECTRICAL
DRAFTSMAN,
Department
of
Public Works, $3,840-$4,790. Several vacancies anticipated in Albany. Permanent employment In
the above department as junior
draftsman for six months preceding the test date, January 26 (to
3215. SENIOR B A N K EXAMapply), one year for appointment. INER. Banking Departwwnt, $6,(Friday, December 28).
89j-$8 370. Permanent
employ3162, SENIOR
MECHANICAL ment In the department as bank
DRAFTSMAN,
Department
of examiner for six months precedPublic Works, $3,840-$4,790. Sev- ing the test date (January 26) to
eral vacancies in Albany. Same apply, three years f o r appointtime requirements as for 3161, ment. (Friday, December 28).
with specialization in mechanical
3216. A S S I S T A N T L I B R A R I A N
drafting. (Friday, December 28).
(TECHNICAL
PROCESSES).
3212.
P R I N C I P A L ACCOUNT State Library, Education DepartCLERK,
PRINCIPAL
AUDIT
CLERK (Interdepartmental), $4.430-$5.500. Permanent employment
In a State department or Institution other than the Thruway Authority In a grade 7 or higher
clerical position for three months
preceding the test date (January
26) to apply, one year to be appointed. (Friday, December 28).
m e n t . $4,430-$5.500. O n e
vacancy,
Catalog Section, Albany.
Permanent employment as Junior librarian In the department (exclusive of the schools and State
University for six bonths to apply, for one year to be appointed,
(Friday, December 28).
3217. SENIOR
MECHANICAL
ESTIMATOR,
Department
of
Public Works, $6,890-$8,370, One
vacancy anticipated In Albany.
Permanent employment as assistant mechanical estimator or In a
grade 19 or higher engineering .iob
for two years preceding the test
date (January 26 >. (Friday, December 28).
3218. SENIOR RENT INSPECT O R . Temporary State Housing
Rent Commission, $4,220-$5.250.
One vacancy. New York Metropolitan Area Office.
Permanent
employment In the office as rent
Inspector for one year preceding
the te.st date (January 26'. (Friday, December 28 >.
Theobold Is Voted
Classmate of Year
Dr. John J. Theobold, Deputy
Mayor of New York City, was voted classmate of the year by Columbia University's class of 1925,
Dr. Theobold was a Columbia
track star.
He's n o v wrestling with heavy
municipal problems.
2,228-Name List
For Trackman Job
The New York City Personnel
Department will issue a 2,228name eligible list for trackman,
during the latter part of January
Of the original 2,933 candidates
who passed the medicals. 383 failed and 221 were absent from tha
physicals.
Big Screen
4216. A S S I S T A N T D I R E C T O R
OF SOCIAL STATISTICS, $7,600$9,190. One opening, Albany. Open
to any qualified U. S. citizen.
Bachelor's degree and five years'
social welfare experience, including three In public assistance re3213
SUPERVISING B A N K
search. Graduate study and field EXAMINER,
Banking
Depart-
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GR S-2325-6-7
Tuestlny, Dfoemli^r 18, 19.';«
C I V I L
W A T E R DEPT. GUILD
GIVES TOYS T O INDIANS
1,000 T O R E C E I V E
POSTAL PROMOTIONS
Commissioner Arthur C. Ford
presented toys collected by the
Catholic Guild, New Y o r k City
Department of W a t e r Supply, Gas
and Electricity, to M a y o r Robert
F. Wagner, for transfer to Monslgnor Bernard A. Cullen, director
general nf the Marquette League.
T h e organization does work at
Indian missions In the United
States and Alaska.
About 1,000 r a n k - a n d f i l e career
employees of the New Y o r k Post
Office w i n be promoted to supervisory Jobs f r o m the new January
11 eligible list, said Postmaster
Robert H. Schaffer.
T h e third nationwide
postal
field s e r v i n test ended November
24.
Some promotions will also be
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68, A ; 69, D; 70, C; 71, A ; 72, C;
La.st day to protest to New Y o r k 73, D ; 74, A ; 75, A ; 76, D; 77, C;
City Civil Service Commis.sion 299 78, B; 79, B; 80, D ; 81, D; 82, B;
Broadway, New Y o r k 7, N. Y., 83, B; 84, C; 85, A ; 86, D; 87, A ;
i.s Monday, December 24.
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93, A ; 94, C; 95, A ; 96, C; 97, B :
98, D; 99, C; 100, A.
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h o m e movie fans.
Easy to use; accurate.
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Rift box . . . '10—
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low price }0'1!iO
with cii.?e t / —
a wide
selection!
Highlight of the affair was a
grldhon skit which took executives of the division over the coals
f o r a good-natured ribbing.
Cast of characters f o r the play,
which provided the " f o r m a l " entertainment,-. included Dan K l e pak, Dave Magill, John Flandreau,
John Burke, Len Brodsky, Dot
Wheeler and Prank Collins.
CAMERA CENTER
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LICENSE PREPARATION
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CITY
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Both C o u r s e s —
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WE CARRY A COMPLETI STOCK OF REVERE WARI
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AD 4-0500
t VETERANS
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HOW It the time te prepare for
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SPRING TERM ^ i n s Feb. 4
Recistratien:
Jan. 28-29-30, 8-8:30 P.M.
MINIMUM Fees
Caiaar Counialios AroWek'a l»rtrli»KcifH
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Community
College
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Sadie Brown toys:*
T e l l EXdIcolt
W A S H I N t i T O N III.SINKi^ls INST., 2106 7ili Ave. (oor. l!J5ih Sl.l N . Y . C. Stcrelarial
JBM Key Punch, Sleiiogniplij. Day A Eve ClaBSfe. Moilerate cost. MO
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YMCA EVENING SCHOOL
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l o r h 1-1
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IB H e i t « y r d St., New \ o i k SB, N.
SCHOOL DIRECTORY
(nr.
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Send for Booklet Ca
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Offlre Appllnnre (liienitiir Eiaina
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TREATMENT WORKER
N e w Y o r k Ctly Promotion Test
New Y o r k City Promotion
held December 1,
amtnation held December 8.
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C; 7, B; 8, C; 9, D ; JO, A ; 11,
12, A ; 13, D ; 14, C; 15, A ; 16,
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27, A ; 28, C; 29, D; 30, C; 31,
32, B ; 33, C; 34, C; 35, B ; 36,
37, D ; 38, D; 39, J; 40, A ; 41,
42, G ; 43, Q; 44, L ; 45, R ; 46,
47, B ; 48, B ; 49, C; 50, C; 51,
52, B ; 53, C; 54, B ; 55, D ; 56,
57, D ; 58, B ; 59, C; 60, D; 61,
62, D ; 63, C; 64, D; 65. A ; 66,
67, D; 68, A ; 69, C; 70, D.
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Last day to protest to New Y o r k
City Civil Service Commission, 299
Broadway, New Y o r k 7, N. Y.,
A L B A N Y , Dec. 17 — T h e r e was Thursday, January 3.
a surplus of humor In Albany last
week when State Budget Division
employees
held
their
annual Jr. & Asst. Civil, Mech., Elec. Enitlncer
Christmas
office party
at
an Civil, Mech., Elec. Enitrs. Dratlsniun
Civil Engineer
Jr. Drafleman
American Legion Post in Delmar. EnKineer Aido
Subw;i.v Ex.ttiiii
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Humor Surplus
At Budget Party .
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others! Has <»// the features
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Don't Let Anything
Keep You A w a y
From This
Lifetime Opportunity
USED CAR SALE
.t Siudebaker-Packard Corp.
factory branch
BECAUSE IT'S THE MONEY-SAVING EVENT OF THE YEAR
150
Used Cars
CHECK THESE TYPICAL
BARGAINS
at FANTASTIC REDUCTIONS
(Jet the nio'it ( o r y o u r d o l l a r — n o w .
Spleot
a car
reconditioned
to
StudebakcrPacltnrd'n r l j i d « p e c i l l o a t l o n s . Sold w l l U a
S i i m a n t p c that mpans s o i t i e t h i n j .
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t'ailiini
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—
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Drive
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$1775
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In
6 PASS
SEDAN
Gont Sava
Only $150 DOWN
Loy Cariola
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Ut
A . , for
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ALSO A-1 USED CARS
1474 Jerome Ave., Bronx
C Y 3-3248
Lo mi.
Onrii from S A.M. «•• 8 H.M.
Park Slope Chevrolet, Inc.
343 4th Ave., Bklyn - SO. 8-4353
338 Flatbuih Avo., Bklyn
NE 8-1800
ARMA MOTORS, INC.
AiiihorizrJ Dodse-Pljmoulh
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llu|l>iii.li K x t . , D o w n t o w n U k l j u
T K O-UUUO
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of
See it in person at
EDWARDS
MOTORS
Ai^th. lincoln Mcrcury Dealer
4650 B'WftY'.. 197th ST.
LO 9 3300
SPECIAL OFFERIMG
Also Doalor In Uitd Cart
B302 Queens Blvd.
For Special Price
IL 8-5711
Call
MR. GERNOW, Genl. Mgr.
Mannion Dodge, Inc.
COMPARE
VS uvrrliuulMl
M f i . ur.i Mi'dmi
Kn^lne
. . . $11.1
.105
" M E Y E R T H E BUYER"
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( l i r a at l t l ( l i t I ' r l e e .
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iilileat SiudubaliiT
dealer
o t t . n [ . I l l y re-condltloned and j u a r a n teed INi-,i C u r . ut trt'iiiendoUB 6a\ iiiK..
St) m i n i i l i t o c h o o s e f i o m .
STUTZ SALES
l l l i t t K M lt l t l . \ l » .
1696 B-dway at 53rd St., N. Y. C.
PL. 7-6264
( T «-0J(10
Dealer
ASTORIA. L. I.
Entr.
SWEPT-WING
'57 DODGE
A t Little More
Than The Low
Priced Three
•
Low Down Payments
Low Bank Rate
For Civil Service
Employees
•
Coh-ler Dodge
AuthorUed
Dodge Dealer
125th Street & Broadway
UN. 5-4400
ir
And
you
WliHt a Heal
have a Trade!
FIniil
(7)
(1)
NOBODY. BUT NOBODY
UNDERSELLS
"L" MOTORS
CIOKP-Oiit
E Z E Y
S T A F F NURSES NEEDED
Apply until further notice f o r
Federal Jobs as staff nurses, at
$3,670 to start, or head nurse,
$4,525, at the U. S. Civil Service
Commission,
641
Washington
Street. New Y o r k 14, N. Y .
•
'56 Mercury.
'56
Lincoln
Sairlflce.l
T r a i n e e jobs will be offered to
collegians next month.
Appointees will work for the
Fed3ral government during the
summer and on graduation be
raised to full-time GS-5 jobs, the
junior professional entrance level,
$3,670 a year. T h e top of the
grade, attained through annual
Increments of $135 each, Is $4,480.
Sophomores who pass will be
given career type Jobs, though
working only during summer v a cation, at the $3,175 rate; juniors
at the end of the their junior
year, after such a start, or beginning afresh, get the $3,415 rate,
and at the end of the senior year
pay becomes $3,670 for an annual
job.
T h e examination seeks students
of engineering, chemistry, physics,
electronic technology, economics,
statistlf-s and other professional
subjects.
W h e r e colleges have a cooperative work-study course, usually
consisting of alternation of three
months" work with three months'
study, the U. S. Civil Service Commission will o f f e r an additional
schedule to conform.
SHOP
US AMD SEE
G O TO "L"
Pricril!
M O T O R S
Vuihorized L i n c o l n - M e r c u r y D e a l e r
l'.itiU Slid A v e . ( t i l S t . )
CE 8 - : i T 0 0
Open E v e s
REPOSSESSIONS
Make Small Payments
Call us f o r Ininiediate credit a p i i r o v a l
Weclily
Weekly
' 5 1 O L D S ' 8 8 ' , l a 1 '.10 U l d . I l o l .
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'S3 I'ordoniHtie
8 i '5'i lluiek T t o p
8
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5
'53 Dodge H A H 7 I M'i Pont, hvdra 7
A U o otliers,
l i t t l e as fl.no
per
w e e k . DeHlre intereHteit parties
to
m a k e siimll w e e k l y or m o n t h l y p a y ments & own
these b e a u t U u l cats.
N o cash needed.
Authorized nodjre-Plynioulh Dealer
" l l r o a i l w a y A 173th St., N . V . f .
U A . 8-7800
•
AUTOMOBILES
Al L a f a y e t t e
Offers
Preferred Personal
Discounts o n . . .
'57
MERCURYS
to all CIVIL
SERVICE WORKERS
Because of your Civil
Service status, you
qualify as low-risk
custo(ners, and you
y e t a hlqh percentage discount
not open to the
general public I
$195 Down
3 YRS. T O PAY
(BrliiR pioof o( ytmi- Civil
Service connection)
LAFAYETTE
Aufh, Lincoln-Mercuty
2 LARGE
Oeciirr
B'KLYN.SHOWROOMS
1050 A T L A N T I C A V E .
Cor. C l a s s o n Ave
ST 9-1300
348 F L A T B U S H A V E . E X T .
ocpoiiie tiV BiooMyii Paunioui I Tiip.iiic
UL 5 - 2 3 0 0
FINAL
CLEARANCE
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-56 BUICKS
$2095 EQPD.
Speelalti,
Snpera,
Roadinaatera
at
HUGE SAVINGSI
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ill
IrnmciHately
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Bulelc
MOTORS
INC.
Dealer
4th Ave. cor. 69th St. Bklyn
BE B-2100
Open 9-9 - Sat. 0 0
Ljiki OJ/Y^ hiuj SetWu
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B C D 182 Flatbush Ave. Ext.
r C r h t e a r Myrtle Ave. Bklyn.
PHONE TODAY
UL 2-4124
A s k f o r .^Ir. F e l h r
iMA 4 0 I G . I
PLATES AT ONCE
FOR QUALIFIED RISKS
BAN-K TIME PAYMENTS
Sokoll & Lowenthal
From 9 to 9
26 Court St. (Room 1211) Bklyn.
UL 5-3566
USED CARS
TILL
1 VEAIt
ai'AKA.NTEE
Incliiili''.
'lui
A n y w h e r e In I ' . 8.
'BiS P l y m . 4 III- H , I
•B5 C h e v . 4 dr 6 cyl. P o w o r s l l d e
' 6 5 K o r d « dr ti d . Fiilrlane
Fordanialic
$1175
Wolff Motors, Inc.
.Ailthorl/eil Ford Dealer
11)0 N e p t u n e A v e . , I l k l y n .
M U.8'i7!S
You can r*ly on Allstate for sound protection, prompt
personal agent service and fast, fair claim settlements.
Y e t Allstate's rates are usually lower than those of most
other leading companies. T h a t ' s why car owners buy
more auto insurance from Allstate than from any other
company based on direct written premiums. See how
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1956 P O N T I A C S
5 LEFT—»IG
71 W. 23rd St.. N. Y. 10. N. Y.
Oregon 5-8850
DISCOUNTS
1957 P O N T I A C S
AUTO
INSURANCE
ALL CARS
ALL RISKS
Time Poymenti
New
Plymouth
Exam Opens
Next Month For
Trainee Jobs
1956
T(»
FROM FACTORY DEALER
A Fow Now 19Si Models Left
Elmhurit
«'!l
First tar yoii can ovn wilh
dream ear design. See it ihii
week in Life, Saturday
Eieninj! POM, Colliers, Time.
1957 DODGE
Queen.
DcSoto
Tiifefilay, D e c e m l j e r 18,
R
MERCURY
it^Pynam/fe/
CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
AND FAMILIES ONLY
Island Mofor Co., Inc.
> l r o n d » Hv
I>l..
Auth.
28-39 31tt St.
i-it-fi-n-cd d d i v e r y I
Strans Auto Sales Corp.
1956 C H E V R O L E T S — A L L
MOD. at Terrific Savings
ISTil
TRIANGLE
MOTORS
INC.
'57 M E I I C I J l t Y
piiwertul 4-c.vl niolor that deliver.
4.'l Bnioolh iniica p^r Ballon . . .
autonmtio shift optionnl . . . easy
to diii'a and park, huss the r o a d .
BATES
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F.ASV T E R M S . I . n w B . W K R A T E S
F A N T A S T I C TR AUE-INS
— See it here N O W —
Fabulou.i Villus In today's m o s t w anted foreisn car. I t ' s an aniaiI n s l y roomy 4-floor . c d a n w i t h a
C H E V R O L E T
393 Grand Concourse
Bronx. N. Y.
C Y 2-7414
Opens Evings 'Til 9 P.M.
Way
TRIANGLE
$1645
NO EXTRAS
CHEVS
Used Gars
'.W F o r d i m m t l e Cnut VH, lieaiity » 1 0 0 . 1
• n « t'hev Bi'lair VH Meil.
. . I4»n
' n o Pl.Mnniith Helved. V8, loaded 130S
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l>e.Soln n n t o tr. K & H amazlnr;
SDn
' 5 0 P l y n i o i i t t i , e\rel triiiis|inrtatn
315
Full Price
1956
on
The 'Low-Overhead'
DAUPHINE '57
LEFTOVERS
Car
SAVE
For Civil Service Workers
$ 6 0 A MONTH Includes Taxes & Insurance
IiiiiiorlHl
AUTOMOBILES
PACKARD 1956 A 1955
New '57 FORD
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Two Convaiiltnt Location*
Broadway at i1>t St.
CO 5-3900
n t h A v « at 54th St.
CO 5-8040
No
CADILLAC '52
Coupe, F u l l y
P o w e r e d and
f u l l y Equipped
I L'
SOKOLL
26 Court St. (Room 1211) Bklyn.
UL 5-3566
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LL
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'43 It) tiraiid C o n c o n r . e —
t Y 5-1313
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T
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C O M P A N V
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S M r i Assets and llablllllw distinct and separata from tha parent, Sears, R o t .
buck and Co. Home OfflCd.SKokIa,III.Fire Insumnce avaitabia in this state for non-farm dwellings (or one to four families and contents oniy in Ijiiilciings liuusing twenty fairtiiias or lost.
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i
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Fuewtlay, T f t e ^ t m b e r l B ,
• u . S. Studies Pay
As Raise Is Asked
WASHINGTON,
Dec.
17—The
U. S. Civil Service Commission
revealed tentative plans f o r the
creation of a senior civil service,
liberalization of travel costs, and
changes In the employee appeals
^
C I V I L
"
procedures and the Job rating
eystem.
Spokesmen for the Commission
, reported that studies of pay rates
and the various salary systems
are continuing. Employees already
are pressing for a raise.
. . . The
Greatest
Name
FLINT
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95 DUANE ST.
N. Y. C .
Page Fifteea
L E A D E R
Delehanty Students
To Give Musical Show
Union Asks Vote On Teachers' Borgaining Agent
T h e revue is a mu.slcal reminInlscence covering 1900 to the
present.
Backrest movei up and d o w n . . . In ond out...til»i automatically!
T h e Teachers Guild, Local 2,
A musical show, " T h e 20th Cen- American Federation of Teachers
tury Revue," will be presented by
( A P L - C I O ) , wants fa, bargaining
the Music Club of Delehanty High
agent
election held in the New
School, Jamaica, on Thursday evening, December 20 at the R K O - Y o r k City school system.
Alden Theatre, 165th Street and
Jamaica Avenue. T h e script was
written by Barbara Piatt, a graduate of the class of 1956. A n allstudent cast directed by Frederick
P. Penter, a member of the faculty, will perform. Pacult; members assisting Mr. Penter are W i l liam B. Dowling, musical director;
Dolores Conklin, dramatic director; Patrick Servillo, art exhibition, and Edna Cunningham, servi « e club.
T h e Guild asked the Board of
Education to back proposed legislation granting teachers collective
bargaining rights.
"Organization
rivalries,"
said
Charles Cogen, president of the
Members of the cast who will
give impersonations include Geo.
Metz, Charles Obermeyer, Vicent
Slca, Curtis Brown, Janet M u r phy, Marilyn K i c k , M a r y Lou Ebner, Anne Meade, Raquel Cellario,
Patricia Doyle, Phyllis Di Stasi,
Mary
Gettler,
Maureen
Shea,
Pauline Lee, John O'Dowd, George
Deering, James Hogan, Phillip
Kuhns, Emlle Delesandro, Patricia Walz, Donald Santaseriero,
M a r y Reilly, Elizabeth
Presen,
Jonl Sleybough, Eugene Walsh,
Larry Brady, Nancy Rosato and
Thomas Knust.
T h e show's musical accompaniment will be provided by members
of the school band and orchestra,
including W i l l i a m Heflernan, Robert
Goodwin,
John
Nicholson,
John Berdue, John K r y s t o f , Blaise
Glove, Paul Lepkowski, Richard
Callagy, John Rodgers,
Henry
Meudt and Albert Casacalna.
T o m Knust is chairman of the
ticket committee.
ANALYSTS TO
MEET
T h e Municipal Association of
Management Analysts, consisting
of representatives f r o m more than
10 City agencies, will meet Thursday, December 20 at 6 P.M. In the
Civil Service Commission's board
room, 299 Broadway, New Y o r k
City. Albert A. Hacker, Board of
Education, is president.
Guild, " h a v e been one of the chief
causes of disruption in the school
system. Neither the Board nor the
City knows who represents the
35.000 pedagogical employees. A
vote will give them the answer."
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Brooklyn. N. Y.
At;TIVITIES OF E»fPI.OVEES THROUGHOUT NEW YORK STATE
Sing Sing
Sing Sing Prison chapter held
Iti regular monthly meeting December 4 at the Moose Hall.
Osslnlng. President Fred Lorz
chaired.
At an executive session preceding the regularTneeting, members
iipproved a recommerirfation to
purchase Formica-top tables for
the officers mess, and to donate
$100 to the Sing Sing Offlcerj
Post. American Legion, for its
building program.
James Anderson, chapter delegate, gave a resume of the comtemplated workshop of the Metropolitan and Southern Conferences
to be held at the Concord Hotel,
Monticello. in May. Mr. Anderson
and President Lorz will attend.
Mr. Anderson aI.so reported on
the Southern Conference meeting
In Newburgh and requested that
Items to be placed on the Commissioners' Conference agenda be
submitted as soon as possible.
Frank Puglia, welfare committee chairman, reported on baskets
of fruit that were presented to ill
members.
Charles Lamb, chairman of the
membership committee, revealed
that paid-up membership exceeds
that of last year, and said he believed it would top all previous
years. Mr. Lamb also reported that
life insurance refund checks will
be received before Christmas and
that free insurance coverage is
now 30 per cent of the policy's
face value. New applicants under
50, he said, will be permitted to
sign up during February without
K physical examination.
James Adams, Correction Department representative of tho
CSEA, explained the action of the
legal committee and CSEA Board
of Directors in approving the $585
payment for legal fees expended
by prison officers at Attica State.
Messrs. Adams and Lamb reviewed their activities as members of
the statewide grievance committee of the CSEA.
A letter from the CSEA requesting information In reference to
out-of-title work was read. The
Information will be sent to head
quarters.
A committee will be appointed
to meet witii other groups to formulate plans for honor guards
etc., at employees' funerals.
Discussion was held on the new
attendance rules for State em
ployees which Governor Harriman
approved, effective January 3.
Mr. Lamb stated that a survey
will be conducted of the various
In.stitutions in the Correction De
partment to ascertain the number
of office employees who are not
now working a 3T/^-hour, fiveday week.
A standing vote of thanks was
given Mr. Lamb for requesting
that Governor
Harriman
give
employees additional time off for
Christmas and New Year's, which
request the Governor granted. A
discussion of holidays followed.
Including the subject of Attendhnce Rule No. Two in reference to
holidays and Sundays.
Another topic discussed was that
of the employment of non-uniformed personnel as prison wardens and superintendents.
The
chapter voted to take action
through various uniformed associations to restrict hiring only to
uniformed persons.
Mr. Lamb stressed the fact that
(iny employee wishing to sign up
tor chapter membership must do
to before December 31. At that
time the membership plan will
b<i closed to everyone except employees with less than one year's
•tfi'vice.
Refreshments were served at
thu adjournment of the meeting.
mlnation Its year of service, with
the following snggestions presented and approved:
( D A walkiin gate was requested for the east side of the hospital
gr.-unds, to eliminate expense and
inconvenience to employees living
in the Lowell Avenue area.
Ll.spositlon (1)
This gate was Installed and Is
being used dally.
(2) A request was made for reflectors to be installed on the trees
at
entrances to the hospital
ground* to eliminate hazard of
possible accidents at night and in
foggy weather.
Disposition (2)
These reflectors were Installed
at entrances also on various
curves throughout the grounds.
(3) A sliding door was requested for kitchens to eliminate hazard of employees working in a
draft while trucks were making
deliveries.
Disposition (3)
A door has been Installed In
Kitchen No. 7.
(4) Enlargement
of
parking
areas was requested.
Disposition (4)
Several areas have been enlarged and new parking space has
been made In other areas.
Several personal problems were
also handled by the committee
with satisfactory re.sults In all
cases. This year again a committee has been appointed by President Pierce, In accordance with
the Governor's directive on grievance machinery.
This committee Is known as a
"Grievance Committee". The first
meeting of 1956 was held in the
director's office on October 24,
1956, at which time a request was
made that all employees be Informed as to the amount of sick
time they have accumulated. This
suggestion was favorably accepted
by the director. Dr. O'Neill.
In the near future supervisors
and heads of departments will be
Informed as to the amount of time
each employee in their department has accumulated, and it will
be the responsibility of department heads to inform the employee. Each employee must assume the responsibility of keeping
their own records of sick time
after they have been told of the
amount accumulated to their
credit. Once a year, thereafter,
this information will be Issued to
the department heads by the pa.vroll office. The chapter wishes to
express its thanks on behalf of
the employees to the staff of the
payroll office for their indulgence
and cooperation.
Kings Parl(
During the past year of 1953, a
committee known as the "Advisory
Committee" was appointed by
past President Peter
Pearson.
Tlie purpo.se of this committee was
to create a closer relationship of
the employees with the director
»nd
the
administration.
This
committee met with the director.
Dr. Francis J. O'Neill, on a monthly basis to discuss matters of mutual interest to the employees and
thtj hospital, also to present their
problems and suggestions.
Tlirough the cooperation and
understanding of the director
y t , O'Neill, the committee was
l^l^le to bring to a successful cui
Slate Insurance Fund
A1 Greenberg, president of State
Fund chapter, and chairman of
the Statewide Membership Committee. CSEA. attended a series
of Association meetings In Albany,
November 29 and 30.
All employees of the State Fund
who have not as yet signed payroll deduction authority cards are
urged to do so.
The chapter has signed up 102
new members since October 1.
Welcome to the latest group:
Richard Burke. Barbara Freeman,
Even E. Godfrey, Edward Henry,
Irving Welch, Mary Warner and
Dr. Zeff. The chapter's goal for
1956 is 1,000 members.
senior tabulator ( I B M ) , She has
been transferred to the machine
accounting project.
Best wishes to Julia Bram.son on
her 25th wedding anniversary.
Happy birthday to Marion Byfleld.
Welcome back to Joyce Gillam,
Claims Administration, and to
Sarah Gerson. who's just returned
from a sojourn in Florida.
Chapter Treasurer Moe Brown
Is contemplating a trip to that
state.
Get-well wishes to Ben Steiger.
senior underwriter, who is in the
hospital.
Members extend their deepest
sympathy to John Accflrdo on the
death of his father, and to the
family of Shirley Dryer.
Onondaga
The executive committee of
Onondaga chapter held its regular
meeting December 4.
President
Dave Rogers Introduced several
Important issues, among them a
request that all chapter members
write personal letters or cards to
their own Assemblymen and State
Senators, asking that they strongly support the enactment of a bill
to provide Social Security coverage for all public employees, and
that they request that such legislation embody the provision that
a preparatory
referendum
be
made of all employees In the
State and political subdivisions.
The chapter's regular quarterly
meeting is set for Wednesday,
December 12 at 8 P.M. at Meacham Field House, Syracuse. An
Interesting program has been
planned and refreshments will be
served. Chapter
members are
urged to attend.
Congratulations and best wishes to Adelaide Hopkins Ealy and
her husband, Robert. They were
married November 10 in Holy
Cross Church, DeWitt, N. Y . Mrs.
Ealy is a graduate of LeMoyne
College, a member of Gamma Pi
Epsilon. national Jesuit honor society, and is now a case worker
in the children's division of the
Onondaga County Department of
Public Welfare.
The chapter is happy to report
that George Traister and Grace
Drynan are both convalescing.
Mr. Traister. Onondaga County
treasurer, was in the hospital for
several weeks; Grace, an employee
of the Veterans' Department, suffered a long lllnss. Their business
associates and friends will be glad
when they're well enough to come
back.
A speedy recovery to Leon Abbott, Commissioner of Public Welfare, now in University Hospital,
is wished by all Association members and his host of friends.
A speedy recovery, too, to Louis
Kreach. Jamesville Highway Department, who suffered a cerebral
hemorrhage. All the boys in the
department miss him.
Dannemora
Priority Given Specialists;
All Need Help, Says CSEA
(Continued from page 1)
what happend and what the order contained.
Governor Harriman established
new grievance procedures for the
Division of State Police.
Revoking an earlier system set
up by former Governor Dewey in
1951, Mr. Harriman laid down the
rules by which state troopers can
air their gripes or complaints under his administration.
But
the
Governor
warned:
"Orders must be obeyed and grievance procedures Invoked later"
in holding that the State Police
is a semi-military organization.
He added "it is the duty of every
member to obey every lawful
command . . ."
Several months ago Mr. Harriman specifically exempted State
Police from the jurisdiction of
the State Grievance Board, which
hears employee complaints for the
other state agencies and departments. At the time, it was said the
State Police should have separate
grievance machinery.
Basic Principles
Mr. Harriman said basic principles of the new order included:
The right of every member of
the division to join or refrain
fi'om joining any employee organization or association, provided,
however, that it is not subversive.
The i-lght of the State Police
to
present
their
grievances
through the proper channels without fear of discrimination of reprisal.
Mr. Harriman said tlie superintendent of State Police would
be responsible for carrying out
the new order and notifying em
ployees of their rights.
Two Steps Involved
Mr. Hcirriman also stressed that
"the informal resolution of differences prior to initiation of action under formal grievance pro-
Chief
Supervising
Attendant
Owen Brooks as guides, the group
was taken on a tour of the institution.
Dannemora employees who help
collect, pack and ship the local
contributions
to
the
Bishop's
clothing drive are Bernard Breen,
Edgar Kennedy, Lyndon LaBarge,
and Stephen Mullady.
On sick leave: Arthur Rabldeau,
Wilfred Brunell, Clifton Everleth,
Carol Siskavltch, and Ruth Mitchell. Welcome back to Raymond
Downs, Vincent Boswell and Betty
Carter from hospitalization.
The patients and personnel of
the occupational therapy department are getting a real "bang"
out of participating In the Christmas toy project. They are repairing and painting broken toys
for distribution to the needy
children of Clinton County.
Dannemora State Hospital has
been buzzing with activity lately—
chest X-rays for both patients
and employees were the cause.
More than 1,200 patients and
nearly 250 workers were examined. Robert Jones and Earl Winters from the State Health DeBowling League
partment in Albany visited the
St«iidinc as of December 4, 1956 hospital. Dr. Francis Shaw is to
200 be commended for obtaining this
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Personnel
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The most recent retiree is HoAccounts
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13 mer Vaughan, who left State servPoiicyholderi
20i'a W/i 27Vi 20 ice after 36 years' loyal work. He
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Payroll
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Safety
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Payroll Jrs.
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13 him the best of luck in the years
to come.
Weeltly High Scores
Individual high — Summers —
A stag party was held for Don227
ald Jordan and Peter Keenan at
Team high — 37th Game — Cls the American Legion Rooms, in
Seniors — 818
honor of their forthcoming marTeam high — 38th Game —
riages. About 30 guests attended
the affair. Everett Peno, Herb
Payroll Jrs.,— 907
Rok and Lynn King were the ent e a m high 39th Game —
te''tatners. Jerry Kennedy, Adrian
Payroll Jrs. — 924
Best Wishes to Delores Sneed King and Les Jordan led the comEvelyn Major and Freida Kalz mittee in charge.
Underwriting, on their recent
The members of the Grand
marriages. Freida i.s an active Jury. District Attorney Thomas
member of the Jewish State Em North and Police Chief Clem
Young, Plattsburgh, were recent
ployees Association.
Congratulations to Evelyn Pol visitors. With Dr. Shaw, Dr. Ross
kiagtoora oa hor promotloa to £. Herold. assistant director, and
Albany Public Service
cedure is encouraged."
Two steps are Involved in the
presentation and settlement of
grievances under the new order.
If a settlement m^de under these
provisions is not satisfactory to
the member of the division involved, an appeal may be made to
the Governor for review.
A grievance may first be reported orally to an Immediate
superior. Group grievances will be
reported to the lowest ranking
superior common to all members
of the group.
Supervisory personnel will. If
necessary, allow " the Individual
to consult with any of his superiors up to troop commander.
If the complaini, Is not resolved
at this level, the grievance will
then be submitted. In written
form, to tiie superintendent.
A five-day limit for settlement
is provided at this level.
Choice of Representative
If the trooper involved is not
satisfied with the results at the
first stage, he has 20 days in
which to submit his written complaint to the superintendent.
The superintendent, within Ave
days, will then make arrangements for processing the grievance, so that a final determination
can be given.
If the member is not satisfied
with the final decision, he can
then make an appeal for review
by the Governor.
Other provision of the new order include time off from regular
duties
if
necessary
for
the
processing of the grievance. Time
off will be given to both the member Involved and his representative. If the representative is a
state employee.
Division employees are entitled
to a representative of their own
choosing during all stages under
the order.
Sophie King Retires
to Run Antique Shop
After 26 years of service to the
State, Sophie King retired as
cooking Instructor at Westfleld
State Farm. Mrs. King was honored by her fellow-workers at a
farewell dinner held recently at
Berry's Restaurant, Bedford Hills,
N. Y.
Among the diners were Joan
O'Brien, Muriel Westover, Phyllis
Butten, Adella Dalrymple, Mary
Kane, Mary O'Connor, Lavlna
Towey,
Mary
Maher,
Evelyn
Bradley, Mrs. William Nilllgan,
Elsie Davltt and Mrs. Joseph
Spencer.
Following dinner, Mrs. King
was presented with gifts of Jewelry and an electric mixer.
The retiree plans to conduct
her own antique business at
Bramble Farm, Leban, Connecticut, her home town. Mrs. King,
whose motto In dealing with her
charges was " A firm hand and a
kind heart," will be greatly missed by her co-workers and friends.
All the employees of tiie Albany
Public Service Office chapter are
looking forward to the Christmas
party, set for Wednesday, December 19 In the Empire Room of the
Sheraton-Ten Eyck Hotel, from
4:30 to 9:30 P.M. Tickets for the
buffet and dancing may be obtained
from
Laura
Walrath,
chairman of the committee in
charge, or one of her assistants(Continued froin Page S)
Patricia Belleville. Betty Kleran
Willis Van Cott, James Walters, ments and 39 temporary, and that
"With a steadily rising inmat*
dorf and Don Williams,
198 were assigned on a 48-hour
It's good news that Evelyn
and 72 on a 40-hour basis,
Healy, Ruth Mesick and Madeline
Rice are convalescing, and that population, the factor of a stabilPeg Bauer, Ed Jannott and Bob ized custodial force, particularly
^'Ielson are back on the job.
at the guard level, represents a
A speedy recovery to Laura problem of Increasingly vital importance."
Walrath, who has the virus.
Welcome aboard to Edward M
The report noted that members
Mullen of Troy, new assistant sec- of the custodial force observed
retary.
or interviewed were correctly uniThe chapter wishes to commend formed, their bearing and de
Membership
Chairman
Ken
Gendron for doing such an exoei meanor commendable, and knew!
exactly the nature of their duties.
lent Jo)).
Green Haven
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