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Vol. XXVIII, No. 34            Tuesday, April 25, 1967              Price Ten Cents




CSEA DEMANDS MEDIATOR
   SETTLE CLERK APPEAL
Governor Signs Bill
                                                                                                                         Reallocation Turndown
New Public Employees                                                                                                      Stirs Angry Protests
                                                                                                                                            By PAUL KYER


Fair Employment Act
                                                                                                                        ALBANY—As angry State clerical employees from all
                                                                                                                    parts of the State poured in protests on a rejection of their
                                                                                                                    bid for higher salaries to the Civil Service Employees Assn.
                                                                                                                    headquarters here last week, CSEA leaders were pressing

Replaces Condon-Wadlin                                                                                              Governor Rockefeller to accede to
                                                                                                                    their demands that a title real-
                                                                                                                    location for these workers be de-
                                                                                                                                                                   The reallocations were based on
                                                                                                                                                                 the existing misalignment in the
                                                                                                                    termined by an impartial mediator. State pay structure; the disparity
    ALBANY—More than 600,000 State and local                  government employees will be covered by                   The CSEA request for a media- of salaries between State titles
a new "Public Employee Fair Employment Act"                   that was signed into law by Governor                  tor came after the State Civil and comparable titles in private
Rockefeller last week The measure replaces the                Condon-Wadlin law, but still forbids civil            Sv-rvice Commission turned down iridustry; the general erosion of
servants the right to strike. Republican majority                                                                    an appeal prepared by the Em- past general salary increases; in-
                                                               in the Sen- v\iusly unrecognized in the law;
   The act {shifts penalties for pub-                                                                               p}oyees Association that would up- creased responsibilities and scope
                                        ate. The legislation was adopted        • Prohibits strikes by public
lic employee strikes to unions                                                                                      giade some 28,000 persons in tho of clerical positions; the alarming
                                        s.ong lines proposed by a study etiployees;                                                                              vacancy and turnover rate in of-
rather than inciividual employees.                                                                                  State's clerical titles.
                                        committee appointed by Governor            Provides for workable, real-
While many segments of the bill                                                                                          Joseph F. Feily, president of tho ^^^e positions, especially in State
                                        Rockefeller last year.              i.itic collective negotiation proced-
have received favorable reaction,                                                                                    146.000-member CSEA told the •                        and other institutions, and
 the retention of a no strike pledge       In summary, the public em- ures through which public em-                  Governor that "the flat r e j e c t i o n ; ^^e difficulty in recruiting com-
has caused considerable bitterness,     r-'oyee fair employment act:        ployees can advance^ their objec-        by the Commission was a heart- P^^e^t personnel.
l £;rticularly among New York City         • Repeals the Condon-Wadlin tives in the terms and conditions             less action and a drastic blow to             Ivii-s. Ersa Poston, Civil Service
 public employee unions.                law;                                of their employment;                     the already flagging morale of Commission president, said the
                                                                                • Departs from the inflexible,       these workers. '                            upgrading were tm-ned down be-
   Nevertheless, the bill had the          • Provides for the first time a                                                                                       cause "it was not sound planning."
backing of the Democratic ma-           charter of .basic rights for public avtomatic—and largely impracti-                  Demands Fact-finding-
jority in the Assembly and the          em.ployees that have been pre-              (Continued on Page Z)                He said the turn-down "gives to permit reallocations of certain
                                                                                                                                                                 classifications that would distort
                                                                                                                     us clear and simple evidence of
                                                                                                                     the ineffectiveness of the Com-                    (Continued on Page 16)«


Robert Villa is Named New                                                                                            mission and its inability to face
                                                                                                                    up to the realities of the State's Gov. Vetoes Hearing
                                                                                                                     position in today's lalwr market."
                                                                                                                         Felly told the Governor that "in Officer Legislation
                                                                                                                                                                                                    <




President Of Suffolk Chap.                                                                                           view of the recent action of the               Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller
                                                                                                                     Legislature, with your public sup- last week vetoed a measure that
                                                                                                                     port, in establishing new bargain- would have provided an indepen-
      BRENTWOOD—Robert Villa of Peconic, new president of Suffolk County chapter,                                    ing procedures for the public em- ent hearing officer for handling
Civil Service Employees Assn., last week received the soUd support of all 11 chapters of                             ployees of this State, we demand disciplinary preceedings against
the Long Island Conference with its 29,000 members.                                                                  that you show your faith in this Public employees,
      Villa, who took over after the resignation of Thomas Dobbs, was pledged "the full re-                          legislation by immediately setting             The Governor said the bill was
sources of the conference," ac-                                                                                       into action that provision of it I disapproved because of policy, and
                                                                        Long Island State Park Police;
cording to conference president ' under Villa were all officers of the                                               which provides for fact-finding | administrative and technical prob-
                                                                        Thomas Purtell, Central Islip
Irving Flaumenbaum. Plaumen- chapter: William Stoothoff, Paul                                                         and mediation in impasse disputes | lems raised by the measure,
baum arranged a special meeting      Winglar, Norman Bohrer, William State Hospital; Natale Zummo,                   between employees and employ-
                                                                        Kings Park State Hospital; Julia
last week of the heads of all chap- Collins, Felix Livingstone, Edward                                               ers."
                                     Valder and Nancy Schaeffer.        Duffy. Pilgrim State Hospital; Ted                       Public Hearing
ters and all ofticers of the Suffolk
chapter to back Villa.                  Also, the presidents of brother Anderson, District 10, State De-                  CSEA had filed for the exten-
                                     citapters: Wililam Kempey, State partment of Public Works; Joseph                sive reallocations last September.
   "This includes manpower, ma- armories; Louis Colby, Long Is- Lavalle, Melville State School, and                   Following a denial of them by
terial and financial help as need- land State parks; Phillip Ferrato, Flaumenbaum.                                   th« State's Director of Classifica-
ed," Flaumenbaum added.
   Two newly-hired field represen-
                                                                                                                      tion and Compensation in Decem-
                                                                                                                      ber CSEA appealed to the Com-
                                                                                                                                                                 RepeatThia!
tatives have been temporarily as-
signed to the Suffolk chapter and
Nassau's field representative, Ar-
                                        Erie CSEA Wins $5                                                             mission which held a public hear- Recruiting Cqmpqign
                                                                                                                       ing almost two months ago.

r.cld Moses, is on temporary loan
                                                                                                                                                              Merit Appointments-
to assist Suffolk field representa-
tive John D. Corcoran Jr.
   "Villa has a tough job picking
                                        For County Aide Pay Hikes                                                    Utica Stote Chap.
                                                                                                                     Elects Officers                          Travia's Policy For
                                                        (From Leader Correspondent)
                                                                                                                                                              Convention Aides
up the pieces," Flaumenbaum as-                                                                                        The new slate of officers for
serted. "There was a lack of lead-         BUFFALO—A vigorous campaign by the Civil Service
                                                                                                                    the Utica State Hospital chapter
ership, But Villa will have any Employees Assn. on behalf of 7,000 Erie County workers                              of the Civil Service Employees
aid he needs to get the chapter's ended successfully April 18 when the Board of Supervisors                                                                         NTHONY         J. TRAVIA is
affairs in order without delay." approved pay raises totaling $5 million a year.
riaumenbaiun termed the Dobbs           The pay hikes, urged by Erie
                                                                                                                    A£sn., are: Joseph Umstetter,
                                                                                                                    president; Edward Zucker, 1st vice-
                                                                                                                    i resident; Joyce Jewell, 2nd vice-
                                                                                                                                                              A      winning      compliments
                                                                                                                                                               from all over the State for
resignation "a blessing in dis- chapter, CSEA, are effective Api-il meeting where the pay raise was                 president; Mi's. Jessie Vega, re-          putting "merit" into staff ap-
guise." E>obbs quit his post to take 22 and will appear in May 12 pay- discussed," said chapter pi-esldent          cording secretary; Mis. Judith             pointments for the Constitutional
ft job as a paid organizer for a checks. The raises average 12Vii Neil Cummings, personal appear-                   Bennett, corresponding secretary;          Convention.
labor union, catching chapter of- peixjent,                             ances like that help a great deal."
                                                                                                                    Mrs. Helen Peon, treasurer; Mrs.             The    Democratic     Assembly
ficers by surprise and leaving          "I want to tliank all members                  Praise                       ^thel Brazie, alternate delegate;          Speaker and president of the oou-
chapter affairs hanging.             of the chapter who canie person-     Cummings also put In a good               Leveretta    Laucaster,    alternate       vention has come up with a ataff*
  Solidly eudorsliig « fast action ally to tht Board of Supervisors                (Coatinued an F a f t 16)        delegata.                                        (Continued an Paga I)
P«ge Two                                                                                                           Civil.              SERVICE                      LEADER                                                                Tiies«lay, April 2 5 , 1 9 6 7


     New Employment Act Provisions                                                                                            Offset Press
     (Connnuea rrom Page 1)                                 ous sectors of public employment                                  Operator Jobs
oel strike penalities of tie Condon-
tVndlln law aimed           primarily
                                                            in devising local solutions to mat-
                                                            ters of employee representation 'headquarters,          Eastern    Area,                                                       Your Public
                                                            cXhci collective negotiations;      Military    Traffic    Management
egainst the individual public em-
ployee, such as automatic dis-
missal from his job and severe
                                                                                                a^d Terminal Services, First Ave.
                                                               • Establishes a State public re- and 58 St., Brooklyn, N.Y. and                                                             Relations IQ
                                                            lations board to Insure fairness Siewart Air Force Base, Newburgh,
penalties upon his reinstatement;                            »rd equitability of these matters. N.Y. have vacancies for offset                                                                    By LEO J. MARGOLIN
   • Shifts the responsibility for
the consequences of violating the                                                               press operators starting at $2.15 to
]uw to employee organizations                                                                   $3.15 an hour with excellent fringe
rather than to the individual em-                             Conference Opens                  bf-nefits. Applicaions for this po-                                                Mr. Margolin is Professor ol Business Administration at
 ployee;                                                                                        s^ion will be accepted until May 8.                                            the Borough of Manhattan Community College and Adjunct
                                                               ALBANY—The 63rd Annual              Applicants will be rated on the                                             Professor of Public Administration in New York University'!
    • Permits the assessment of
 penalties, after court hearings to                          Health Conference opens in Buf- basis of their experience.                                                        Graduate School of Public Administration,
 determine culpability, against em-                          falo May 21.                          Further information is contained
 ployee organizations whftse actions                           Federal, State and local health in announcement No. NY-7-20,
 disrupt or impair t h e central gov-                        experts will address the meet- Nvhich is available at the Inter-                                                                          Lihel And Slander
 frnment services;                                           inL, which includes a tour of Ros- agency Board of U.S. Civil Service                                               * OUR READERS have a perfect right to ask: what in
    • Permits flexibility to the vari-                       v.ell Park Memorial Institute.     Examiners for the Greater New                                                  the world has hbel and slander to do with our official duties
                                                                                                York City area, 220 East 42 St.,                                               as civil servants and the public relations of the total civir
                                                                                                New York, N.Y., 10017, and at the                                              service corps?
                                                                                                Civilian Personnel Offices of the                                                                             cian with money is suspected; a
    College Grads                                                            Any M a p r        hiring agencies.                                                                THE ANSWER is found in an
                                                                                                                                                                                                              businessman driving a hard bar-
                                                                                                                                                                              excellent 405-page book, "Libel"

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                                                                                                                                                                                                              fain is wonderfully shrewd, a poli-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                              tician driving a similar bargain is
                                                                                                                                                                              Robert H. Phelps, Washington news
                                                                                                                                                                              editor of "The New York Times"  abysmally crooked; a plain citi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              zen in church is attending his
                                                                                                                                                     To Get                   and E. Douglas Hamilton, a New
             YOU GOING?                                                                                                                           You Ahead
                                                                                                                                                                              York lawyer who teaches at the
                                                                                                                                                                              Graduate School of Journalism of
                                                                                                                                                                              Columbia University.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              faith, a politician in the same
                                                                                                                                                                                                              circumstances is grandstanding for
                                                                                                                                                                                                              votes."
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                                                                                                                        CSEA Bids State To
                                                                                                                        Upgrade Counselors
                                                                                                                             ALBANY — Arguments supporting requests to upgrade
                                                                                                                        titles in the State's rehabilitation counselor series were pre-
                                                                                                                        sented by the Civil Service Employees Assn. at a hearing last
                                                                                                                        week before the State Division of Classification and Com-
                                                                                                                        pensation.
                                                                                                                                                                resented at the hearing by James
                                                                                                                          CSEA joined its efforts with          Ramseur and Paul Wright, re-
                                                                                                                        supporting statements from offi-        habilitation counselors; Charles
                                                                                                                        cials of the State Education De-        Ernest and Mary Brady, senior
                                                                                                                        partment, which initiated the cur-      rehabilitation counselors; WiUiam
                                                                                                                        rent appeal after an earlier bid        Spinelli and Harry Certner, asso-
                                                                                                                        by the Employees Assn. had been         ciate rehabilitation     counselors;
                                                                                                                        turned down by J. Earl Kelly,           Robert B. Carruthers, president
                                                                                                                        director of classification and com-     of CSEA's Education chapter a t
                                                                                                                        pensation.                              Albany; and Thomas Coyle, r e -
                                                                                                                           At the close of the session, Kelly   search analyst, CSEA staff.
                                                                                                                        indicated t h a t a decision on the         Education Department represen-
                                                                                                                        appeal—which calls for boosts of        tatives included Ewald B. Nyquist,
                                                                                                                        from two to five grades lor eight!      deputy commissioner; John R.
                                                                                                                        titles in the rehabilitation series     c l a r k and Adrian Levy, assistant
                                                                                                                        —should be forthcoming early in         commissioners; and William Liv-
                                                                                                                        May.                                    ingston, chief, bureau of person-
                                                                                                                           T h e Employees Assn. was rep-       nel.




FLANKED                     PRESIDENTS               —      Kyer, The Leader editor, after his remarks at the
                                                                                                                         Huntington CSEA Win
                                                            reoent Central Conference meeting for which the
Albert P. Dexheinier, outgoing-
Binghamton chapter of the Civil
Assn., on the left, and Theodore
                                     president of the
                                     Service Employees
                                     Modrzejewski, the
                                                            Binghamton chapter played host. Kyer spoke to
                                                            the assembled conference members about the new
                                                            role of "affluence and influence" in the divil service
                                                                                                                         Its 1/60th Retirement
chapter's new president, on the       right, flank Paul     community.                                                       HUNTINGTON—The Huntington Town Unit, Suffolk
                                                                                                                         County chapter, Civil Service Employees Assn., has won
                                                                                                                         implementation of the l/60th amendment, it was announced

 Leader Editor Tells Central CS£A                                                                                        by unit president John Panaseny.
                                                                                                                                The benefit, arranged in meet-
                                                                                                                             ings by Panaseny and field rep-
                                                                                                                                                                   Huntington unit's campaign for
                                                                                                                                                                   reclassification was nearing f r u i -

 Conference Of Their New Influence                                                                                           resentative J o h n D. Corcoran J r .
                                                                                                                             with town officials, was voted by
                                                                                                                             tl e town board. Huntington is the
                                                                                                                                                                   tion. Panaseny was notified by tho
                                                                                                                                                                   Suffolk County Civil Service Com-
                                                                                                                                                                   mission t h a t a study Is near
         BINGHAMTON—Civil Service workers are destined to become "a class of influence second township to adopt the im- completion.
and affluence" in American society, Paul Kyer, predicted in a speech here.                                                   proved retirement plan, following
                                                                                                                                                                       The Huntington Town Board
         Kyer, editor of The Civil Service Leader, told 250 persons at the annual spring meet- earlier action by Brookhaven eyrlier had indicated that any sal-
ing of the Central New York Conference of the Civil Service Employees Assn. that in- Town.                                                                         ary adjustments called for would
creased demands for government                                                                                                  Panaseny is arranging a meet- be made retroactive to J a n . 1.
services will bring corresponding               Projections show t h a t by 1980, "We strongly urge a veto of this ing at which members may hear
                                                                                                                                                                       The town also arranged for
growth in the ranks of public em- 120 per cent of the persons em- measure."                                                  a representative of the New York CSEA to canvass members for
ployees.                                    ployed In the United States will               I t was signed by Clara Boone, State Retirement System explain
                                                                                                                                                                   group life insurance coverage, in
                                            be civil service workers, he said. of Utica, who is Conference presi- the benefits of the new program.
    Programs such as Medicare and                                                                                                                                  accordance with the request of
Medicaid and Gov. Nelson A.                     But already the "civil service dent.
                                            vote," including the families of                                                    I n another m a j o r matter, the members.
Rockefeller's proposed transpor-                                                           During the dinner the following
                                            public employees, is about 20 per new officers of the Binghamton
tation bond issue of nearly $2,-
                                           cent, Kyer added.                             chapter took the oath of office:
500,000,000 will generate an in-
creasing need for more and better
qualified civil service workers, he
said.
                                            a
                                                Kyer was the main speaker at
                                                  dinner-dance
                                            Motor I n n April 15.
                                                                                           Theodore Modrzejewski, suc-
                                                                  at S c h r a f f t ' s ceeding Albert P. Dexheimer as
                                                                                         president.
                                                                                                                         Onondaga Chapter Starts
                                                Theodore C. Wenzl, first vice-
     As examples of areas where president of the CSEA, extended
                                                                                                                         Militant Membership Drive
                                                                                            Stanley Yaney, first vice-presi-
                                                                                         dent, succeeding Alice K. Dondon.
government employees in general ^ g,eetings from Joseph P. Feily, Harvey Coloney, taking over as
already have entered the era of p,esident, who was unable to a t - second vice-president from Ralph
increased "influence and afflu- tend.                                                                                                SYRACUSE — Onondaga chapter of Civil Service Em-
ence." he mentioned Washington                                                           Hutta.                               ployees Assn. is heeding the words of Joseph Lochner, CSEA
                                                Wenzl told the audience that
 and Detroit.                                                                               Hutta, third vice-president, a executive director, in its new membership drive.
                                             CSEA members "are on the
     Kyer, The Leader's editor since threshhold of a very beneficial                     new post.                                   "Be militant" in seeking new members, Lochner told
 1955, also described what he called , year, and I'm most anxious to get                    Reelected treasurer was Doris chapter representatives at a re-
                                                                                                                                                                    ondaga County departments, beat-
 t h e emergence of a new rivalry ; into it. ' He said the past session Campion and Florence A. Drew cent meeting to kick off the new
                                                                                                                                                                     ing the drums for CSEA, she said.
 between state and local govern- of the Legislature proved disap- was returned as secretary.                                   campaign.
                                                                                                                                                                     Employees of the city and county
 ments, competing for Federal aid I pointing to him "but it is going to                     Dexheimer, who was president         "We're being militant." said Miss
                                                                                                                                                                     are about equally divided among
     He said some writers are pre- ; make us stronger in the future." for four years, received a gift in Leona Appel, chapter president
                                                                                                                                                                     the chapter's 2,500-plus members.
 dicting t h a t state government I Another speaker was Sen. War- appreciation. He will be executive last week. The chapter has repre-
                                                                                                                                                                        Lochner told the members who
 "could develop into a minor form I ren M. ^inderson, c h a i r m a n of the secretary this year.                              sentatives in all Syracuse and On-
                                                                                                                                                                    aie conducting the campaign t h a t
 of government'' and t h a t "towns ; Finance Committee of the Senate,
                                                                                                                                                                     the new State law slated to re-
 just may feel t h a t state g o v e r n - i f n d a resident of Binghamton.


                                                                                  Melville State School
                                                                                                                                                                     place the Condon-Wadlin Law will
 ments aren't helping them any | Earlier iij the day, the Confer-
                                                                                                                                                                     permit public employees to deter-
 luore."                                     ence approved the following tele-
                                                                                                                                                                     mine what organization will rep-
     The Leader editor spoke of one gram sent to Gov. Rockefeller in                                                                                                  resent them as a bargaining agent.


                                                                                  Clerks Get S T ' a Hours
 conflict which is of double-edged protest of the Greco Bill:                                                                                                           T h e issue might have to be
  importance to civil servants due               "The Central New York Con-                                                                                           decided in an election among em-
 to their role in the operation feience, CSEA Inc.. representing                                                                                                      ployees of a governmental unit,
  of government. He mentioned that chapters in 22 Central New York                                                                                                    he explained.
 at a recent conference of editors Counties and some 27,000 mem-                                 MELVILLE—Clerical workers at the Melville State
                                                                                                                                                                        Thus, he said, CSEA chapters
  It was agreed t h a t the issue of | ^ tvs in State and sub-division em- School have been granted a 37V2-hour work week, but are must be "militant" in obtaining
  most concern to the majority of ployment, approved a resolution appealing insistence that they take a longer lunch hour new members to maintain their
  voters today is the rising of taxes, requesting a veto of the so-called rather than a shorter work day.                                                             strong position among public em-
  T h e conflict is produced by the Greco Bill,                                             Unit president Joseph Lavalle work from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., ployees.
  emergence of so many new govern-
                                                 "The effect of this proposed £Aid he filed an appeal with the with a one-hour lunch period. In-                         Miss Appel said membershii>
  ment programs such as Medicaid,
                                              till is to limit the power, to fix State Health commissioner on the stead, they are demanding to keep campaign workers are pointing t#
  which, he said, "are not the road ' pay rates, sick leaves, vacation, I'jling of Dr. Edward J. McGuin-
                                                                                                                               thf former 30-minute lunch period the various benefits obtained for
  to socialism as some claim, but the working hours -end other employ- ntss. superintendent of the school.
                                                                                                                               and end the day at 4 p.m. Lavalle employees by the chapter as in-
  read to progress."                          ment conditions for employees on I.Avelle said the school shortened said t h e commissioner must hear ducements to join the group.
      The need for qualified and tal- local payrolls even if the State t i e workday for some persons in the appeal within 20 days, and                                  One of the newest benefits, t h e
  ented public employees to admin- ' pays part of their salaries.                         ihe clerical series, such as store- t h a t he was prepared to carry the State Health Plan for City em-
   Ister the new government pro- ! "Approval of this bill would con- keeprs and recording clerks, but pi(itest to the grievance board of ployees is expected to become
   grams will continue to grow, the stitute a severe setback to public not for the other clerical workers. the State Civil Service Com- effective by June 1, she said. First
   editor predicted.                        ' employees In political subdivLslou®.           T h e clericals were directed to mission.                               I       (Continued on t*afe 14>
Page Four                                                                              CIVIL             S E R V I C E          L E A D E R                                            Tuesday, April 25, 1967

        Detention Home Counselors Sought
                 TeaiherS'State Offering Public Apply
                                      Where fo
  Onondaga County is accepting counselor. The salary for this posi-
                                       For       Jobs
applications until May 3 for an tion ranges from $5,590 to $6,812
examination for detention home yearly.
                 Jobs In Institutions                                                                                                                                               The follawink directions tell
                                                                                                                                                                                  where to appiry for public jobi
        I     •       I Why Should You Finish | •                                 •            B                                                                                  tnd how to reach destinations In


I HIGH SCHOOL? •
                 Paying From $5,940                                                                                                                                               New Yorl£ City on the transit
                                                                                                                                                                                  •ystem.
                                           CITY                                                        New York State is now recruiting teachers to fill vacan-

I
                       AT HOME IN SPARE TIME?                                                      cies in 50 State institutions of the Department of Mental
    Bfcause yon will ovrrcoinp n liiiiKliCiiii (linHoilny is K<H e tlian ever before,
                                                                 r * <r                                                                                                                    4rORK CITY—The Appli-
    rrepiire ftir lifdir .iol) iind iiilviinmnpnt i)|i|»ir(iiiiili<'s, roilt'Ko riifraiH-r.        Hygiene, Social Welfare, Health and Correction, and the
    IK'irlomii awanlrtl. ('rr<iit for •tiibJerlH airetiily roniplpliHl. Mail •'oiiiion for                                                                                       ' cations Section of the New York
    Free Booklfl—(oils Imiw.                                                                         These positions pay from $5,940
                                                                                                   to $7,280 a year for the title of      able—each requiring a different City Department of Personnel is
                                                                                                   Institution teacher and from $7,065    number of semester horns in addi- located at 49 Thomas St., New
    AMERICAN SCHOOL. Depf. 9AP.8
                                                                                                                                          of a bachelor's degree for the in- York, N.Y. 10013. It is three

I                                                                                             I
    130 W. 42nd St.. N.Y. 36. N.Y. Ph. BRyant 9-2604, Day o r                         WqM          to $8,590 for the senior institution
                                                                                                                                          stitution teacher position.              blocks north of City Hall, one

                                                                                              •
    Send me your free 55-page High School Booklet.                                                 teacher position.
                                                                                                                                                     Specialties Offered           block west of Broadway.

I
    Name                                        Age                                                  Applications for these positions
                                                                                                                                               Specialties orrered are: agricul-     Applications: Filing Period —
    Address                                    -Apt.                                               axe open on a continuous basis
                                                                                                   with examinations conducted fre-        ture, 36 hours; art, 36 houi's; com- Applications Issued and received


It'
    City                                               -State.              -Zip.                  quently.                               mercial subjects, 36 hours; ele- Monday through Friday from 9
                                OUR 70th YEAR                                                        There are 15 specialties avail-      mentary school subjects, 12 hours; a.m. to 5 p.m., except Thursdoy
                                                                                                                                           English, 24 hours; homemaking, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Satur-
                                                                                                                                          36 hours; industrial arts, 36 day from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
                                                                                                                                           hours; library, 36 hours; mathe-          Application blanks are obtain-
                                                                                                                                          matics, 18 hours;          mechanical able free either by the applicant
                                                                                                                                          drawing, 36 hours; music, 36 in person or by his representative
                                                                                                                                          hours; science, 12 hours; social at the Application Section of the
                                                                                                                                          studies, 24 hours; and special Department of Personnel at- 49
                                                                                                                                          class (mentally I'etarded), 12 Thomas Street, New York, N.Y.
                                                                             Good Reasons                                                 houra.
                                                                                                                                               In addition to the above re-
                                                                                                                                                                                   10013. Telephone 566-8720.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Maned requests for application
                                                                               for joining C.S.E.A.                                       quirements, candidates for the blanks must include a stamped,
                                                                                                                                          senior institution teacher position self-addressed business-size en-
                                                                                                                                          are required to possess a perm- velope and must be received by
                                                                               Accident • Sickness                                        alient certificate issued by New the Personnel Department at least
                                                                                                                                          York State for the teaching spe- rive days before the closinir date
                                                                                              tncome                                      cialty for which he is applying, tor the filing of applications.
                                                                                                                                          and must have two years of sat-            Completed application forms
                                                                                                                                          isfactory teaching experience.
                                                                                 Insurance                     Plan                                                                which are filed by mall must b«
                                                                                                                                               Further requirements are neces- sent to the Personnel Department
                                                                                                                                          sary for appointments to the sen- and must be postmarked no later
                                                                                                                                          ior position in the Departments of hen the last day of filing or as
                                                                                                                                          Health, Mental Hjgiene and So- stated cthervvise in the exam-
                    1. Money for living expenses when you need it most.                                                                   cial Welfare.
                                                                                                                                                                                   ination announcement.
                    2.     Pays in addition to sick leave benefits.                                                                            For applications, and additional
                                                                                                                                          information, contact the State De-         The Applications Section <rf
                                                                                                                                          partment of Civil Service at the         the Personnel Department is near
                    3.     Pays in addition to other Insurance.
                                                                                                                                          State office buildings in Albany, the Chambers Street stop of the
                    4.     Payroll deduction of premiums.                                                                                 New York, Buffalo or Syracuse. main subway lines that go through
                                                                                                                                                                                   the area. These are the IRT 7th
                    5.     Cost is less than standard individual policies.                                                                                                         Avenue Line and the IND 8th
                                                                                                                                           Clercial Positions                      Avenue lane. The IRT Lexington
                    6. Thirteen conveniently located claim offices throughout New
                       York State.
                                                                                                                                           In Brooklyn. N.Y.                       Avenue Line stop to use is the
                                                                                                                                                                                   Worth Street stop nnd the BMT
                                                                                                                                               The Subsistence Regional Head-
                     7. 24 Hour coverage (on and off the job if desired).                                                                 quarters, Defense Personnel Sup- Brighton local's stop is City Hall
                                                                                                                                          port Center In Brooklyn, N.Y. Both lines have exits to Duane
                    8.     World-wide protection.                                                                                         L'.T gently needs applicants to fill Street, a short walk from tMe Per-
                                                                                                                                          t^e following vacancies: clerk ty- sormel Department.
                    9.     Underwritten by The Travelers Insurance Companies and
                                                                                                                                                                                             STATE
                                                                                                                                          post, GS-322-3; freight rate spe-
                           approved by The New York State Insurance Department.                                                           callst,    GS-2131-7;    supervisory
                                                                                                                                          procurement agent, GS-1102-12;             STATE—Room 1100 at 270
                   10.     Endorsed by The Civil Service Employees Association and                                                        procurement      clerk, GS-2020-4;      Broadway, New York 7. N.Y.,
                           administered by its Insurance Representatives, Ter Bush &                                                      procurement clerk "typing), GS-         corner of Chambers St.. telephone
                           Powell, Inc. for 30 years.                                                                                     2020-4; contract assistant, GS-         227-1616;   Governor         Alfred
                                                                                                                                          1112-7; digital computer program-       P. Smith State Office Building and
                                                                                                                                          mer GS-331-9; and EAM opera-            The State Campus, Albany; Room
                          Remember—55,000 C.S.E.A. members can't be wrongi                                                                tor, GS-359-5.                          600, Genesee Building 1 West
                                                                                                                                             Applicants for most of these         Genesee St.; State Office Building,
                           We win be happy to send you complete                                    information.                           positions must have civil service       Syracuse; and 500 Midtown Tower,
                                                                                                                                          s'^fttus. However, for the GS-322-3     Rochester, (Wednesday only).
                                                                                                                                          and the GS-1102-12          positions      Candidates may obtain applica-
                                                                                                                                          applicants with this status will be     tions for State Jobs from local
                                                                                                                                          g ven temporary appointments.           offices of the New York State
                                               TER                                                                                           For further information, contact

                                                                               'mwmic^j
                                                                                 & POWELL.                        INC                                                             Employment Service.
                                                                                                                                          Mass Carol Butler or Thomas Gol-
                                                                                                                                          embski, Office oC Civilian Person-              FEDERAL                   *
                                                                                                                                          nel Phone 788-5000, ext. 331 or 555.  FEDERAL--Second U.S. Civil
                                                        SCHENECTADY                                BUFFALO                                                                   Service Region Office. News Build-
                                                        N E W YORK                                 SYRACUSE                                Retiring Psychologist ing, 220 East 42nd Street (at 3nd
                                                                                                                                           State School                      Ave.), New York 17. NY., Just
                                             FILL OUT AND MAIL TODAY...                                                                      On Thursday, April 13, ^ lunch- west of the United Nations build <
                                                                                                                                          con was held at the Top-of- Ing Take the IRT Lexington Ave
                  TER BUSH & POWELL, INC.                                                                                                 Ihe-Hill Restaurant in Syracuse, Line to Grand Central and walk
                  148 Clinton St., Schenectady, N.Y.                                                                                      New York, honoring Mrs. Sarann , two blocks east, or take the shut-
                                                                                                                                           Denegan, who is retiring as Head tle from Times Square to Hrand
                                                                                                                                          of the Psychology Department at Central or the IRT Queens-Flush-
                  Please send me information concerning the C S E A Accident and Sickness Income Insurance.                                                                  ing train from any point on the
                                                                                                                                          the Syracuse State School.
                  Name                                                                                                                       A gift from the group was pre- line to the Grand Central sto»»
                                                                                                                                          sented to Mrs. Donegan by Mrs         Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
                                                                                                                                          Alice Carlyle, Chief Supervising   Monday through Friday. Al.so open
                  Home Address
                                                                                                                                          Nurse of the Institution. Dr. By- Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tele-
                  Place of Employment.                                                                                                    lon Ward, present Head of the phone 573-6101.
                                                                                                                                          Psychology Department also spoke,     Application."/ are also obtain-
                  Date of Employment_                                                                                                     praising Mrs. Donegan's work at able at main post office' except
                                                                                              .My age is.
                                                                                                                                          the school.                        the New York. N Y., Posi Office.
                                                                                                                                             Eighteen staff members were Boards of examiners at the par-
                  P.S.       iiyou have the insurance, why not take a few minutes                                                         present at the luncheon, includ- ticular installations offering the
                                                                                                                                           np Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ecker. tests also may be applied to lor
                             and explain it to a new employee.                                                                            Ecker, Senior Colony Supervisor, further information and applica-
                                                                                                                                          'i president of the Syracuse State tion forms. No return envelopes
                                                                                                                                          School branch of the Civil Ser- are required with mailed requests
                                                                                                                                          vice Employees Assn.               for application forms
  Tiiestlay, April 25, 1967                                                   CIVIL                 SERVICE                               LEADER                                                                                                      Page Eleven
                                                                                         date for the new raise possibly                                                                                        wAh the minimum of risk."
                                                                                         as early as Jan. 1 of this year.                                    P. R. Column                                          THIS MEANS THAT civil •erv-

  U.S. Service News Items                                                                   One rational for this move, ac-
                                                                                         cording to employee spokesman, is
                                                                                                                                                              (Continued from Page 2)
                                                                                                                                                         Court. Is proof enough of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                icp information officers, representv
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ing some of the more sensitive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                agencies of government, will u n -
                    By JAMES F. O'HANLON                                                 that the figures on which the                                   difficulty of being a civil servant                    doubtedly find this book "a new
                                                                                         Administration has based its pro-                               or an elected official:                                right arm."
                                                                                         jection of this raise as a step
Pay Raise Will Be Poured                                                                 toward comparability were based
                                                                                         on a Bureau of Labor Statistics
                                                                                                                                                            "THE CONSTITUTIONAL guar-
                                                                                                                                                         antees require, v.'e think, a Federal
                                                                                                                                                         lule that prohibits a public of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   WE THINK "LIBEL" is so good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                wo wish it had been written 40
                                                                                                                                                                                                                :ears ago, so that we could have
                                                                                         survey which end with the period
OverIn Congress This Week                                                                of October of last year through
                                                                                         the begining of last January.
                                                                                                                                                         ficial from recovering damages
                                                                                                                                                         for the defamatory falsehood re-
                                                                                                                                                         lating to his official conduct un-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                s?ved ourselves a few nightmares
                                                                                                                                                                                                                in the early years of our career
                                                                                                                                                                                                                in journalism.
      Hearings are due to get under way this week in the                                    One of the major objections of                               less he proved that the statement
House of Representatives on the 1967 Federal employees pay                               the Federal employees organiza-                                 was made with 'actual malice'—                                     Correction
bill. The House Compensation subcommittee, lieaded by Rep.                               tions to the Federal pay bill syn-                              that is, with knowledge that it                           Due to a typographical error,
Morris K. Udall of Arizona will consider tiie major pro-                                 drome in the past years has been                                was false or with reckless dis-                        {he incorrect price was reported
posal so far, offered by the Ad-                                                                                                                         regard of whether it was false or                      f.ir the Standard Periodical Direc-
                                      debate. Federal employee organi-                   the way the Bureau of Labor Sta-
ministration and calling for a 4.5                                                                                                                       net."                                                  tory last week. The correct price
                                      zations have argued as vocifer-                    tistcs figures are used by the Ad-
over-all pay raise.                                                                                                                                         THE WHOLE LEGAL field of                            is $25.
  The bill has been introduced        ously against It as they have                      ministration in its wage proposals.                             hbel and slander is so fraught
twice, once by committee chair-       against the inadequacy of the                      As one employee leader put it last                              With fine lines and delicately
                                      projected raise. Congress will                                                                                                                                               The City-wide telephone num-
man Udall as H.R, 8263 and again                                                          week, if the statistics were lined                             shaded meanings, that even some
                                      probably make up for going along                                                                                                                                           ber to call in emergencies to sum-
by Rep. Thaddeus J . Dulski, New                                                          up realistically against the con-                              legal specialists in the field find
                                      with the Administration on the                                                                                                                                             mon either police or ambulance
York Democrat and charman of                                                              cept of comparability a raise of                               It difficult to explain at all to
                                      raise by causing a stir in favor                                                                                                                                           is 440-1234.
the House Post Office and Civil                                                           15.8 percent retroactive to March                              the layman.
                                      of an earlier effective date.                                                                                         FOR THIS REASON alone the
Service committee as H.R. 8261.                                                           1, 1966 would be necessary to
  The proposed effective date ol        Many unions are getting ready                                                                                    Fhelps - Hamilton       literary - legal                    Men, W o m e n — B i g E a r n i n g s -
                                      to push for a retroactive starting                  reach that elusive goal this year.                                                                                                  New C a r e e r
the 4.5 raise, which is considered                                                                                                                       oU'ort is a gem. I t is the
a shoo-in in the voting, is Oct. 1.                                                                                                                      fu'st book we've seen on libel and                                    CREDITS
This may be the only area for
                                                  Shoppers Service Guide                                                                                 slander which is readable, under-
                                                                                                                                                         standable, knowledgeable, and tot-
                                                                                                                                                         ally valuable.
                                                                                                                                                            ITS VALUE TO the hundreds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      COLLECTIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and


                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Low cost f i v k eve course - (!J nif;liis
 HIP Marks Get The Authorized CSEA License Plate                                                                                      ^^.uh'S
                                         by Uifl Civil Service Eniployceg Agsn. is t h a t which 1B sold t h r o u g h CSEA Headquarters,
                                                                                                                                                         of civil service information offi-
                                                                                                                                                         cers, who turn out thousands of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    w k l y ) . Prepares you quickly f o r Ilfe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tinui o p p o r t u n i t y in highly palil rre^rit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    nntl colloctlon work. Instruction given
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    in InterviewinR, cherUing,             collecting,
                                         8 Elk St.. Albany. I l i a plate which selU lor $1. can also be ordered t h r o u g h                           v/ords of informational prose, is
 20 Years Of                             local c h a p t e r officere
                                                                                                        Cemetery Lots                                    still another dividend. We can
                                                                                                                                                         testify to the accuracy of a blurb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Kuprrvlsin? nnd ilcpnrlment ninn.iging.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •No Kiicclnl education or age retjuire*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    niiMils. Free uilvisory plncenient service.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FREE BOOKLET: W r i t e ,   phone
                                                                                          BEAU'J^FtlL non-sectarian memorial parts
                                                                                                                                                          for the book—"and how to com-
 City Service                                                                               in Qucenu. One to 12 double lots.
                                                                                            Private owner. F o r f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n ,
                                                                                            writo: Box 541, Leader.
                                                                                             N.Y 10007. N.Y.
                                                                                                                                  Duane St..             municate ma.ximum information
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Greater New York celebrated                                                                    Do You Have a Fortune

                                                                                                                                                                  The DELEHANTY INSTITUTE
                                                                                                      In Your Pocket
its 20th anniversary of the               Adding M a c h i n e s                                   H
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start of prepaid medical ser-             Typewriters                                       l!it;7 ciiiiion of the Official RlacU Roolt
                                                                                            of U.S. Coins . . from ITii.'I to dale.                          MANHATTAN: 115 EAST 15 ST.. N e a r 4 Ave. (All S u b w a y i l
vice for City employees. On the           Mimeographs                                       A wealth of other inforniation. Send
                                                                                            MO in check or money oiilcr. to:
                                                                                               .O                                                            JAMAICA: 89-25 MERRICK BLVD., b e t . J a m a i c a & Hillsida Aves.
anniversary date 750,000 members          Addressing Machines                               J., Hay. C.l'.O. Box ;2305. Xew Yorls.                           OFFICE HOURS: MON. TO FRI. 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Closed Sat.
were enrolled.                               Guaranteed, AUu ICeiitnU, Reimira              N.Y. 10001.
    H.I.P. medical groups began                     ALL LANGUAGES
                                                                                            FREE BOOKLET by U.S. Gov-                                                 More Than 50 Years of Successful Experience
servin.? over 9,000 City employees                  TYPEWRITER C O .
                                                                                          ernment on Social Security. IVLAIL                                                   In Specialized Education
and dependents on April 15, 1947.                      Cllelsea a - 8 0 8 a
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                                                                                          City. N.Y. 10007.
tice plan has a membership of                                                                                                                                    or Write for Class Schedules and FREE GUEST CARD.
more than 350,000 City employees

                                                                                                                                                                                 PATROLMAN
and dependents.
    H.I.P.'s 400,000 other enrolloes
Include employees in private in-
cMstry and the Federal and State
                                                                                                                                                                  IN MANHATTAN—MONDAYS, 1:15, 5:30 or 7:30 P.M.
governments, as well as members
of union groups covered through                                                                                                                                        IN JAMAICA—WEDNESDAYS a t 7 P.M.
induslr^ - wide labor-management
welfare funds.                                                                                                                                                                        EXAMS ORDERED
                                                                                                                                                                           New Class Being; Organized For Promotion To
    When the plan opened Us doors,
23 medical groups of family doc-                                                                                                                                                          SUPERVISING CLERK
tors and specialists were ready to                                                                                                                                   AND SUPERVISING STENO. ALL DEPARTMENTS
 provide     medical   care.   These
groups were in Manhattan, Brook-                                                                                                                                                          CLASSES NOW MEETING
 lyn, Queens and The Bronx. H.I.P.
 now has 31 affiliated medical
 groups, including one in Staten
                                                                             DELUXE ELECTRIC                                                                                            IN MANHATTAN & JAMAICA
                                                                                                                                                              • HIGH SCHOOL EQUIYAIENCY DIPLOMA
 Island and two in Nassau County.
     H.I.P. was the brainchild of
                                                                             SLICING KNIFE MODEL EK7                                                         Physical P r e p a r a t i o n f o r all Civil S e r v i c e Tests a v a i l a b l e a t our
                                                                                                                                                             J a m a i c a Bronch — 89-25 Merrick Blvd. on MONDAYS. 6-7-8 P.M.
 Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia who
 recognized the need for a health
                                                                             The knife with 2 sets of blades
                                                                                                                                                              •    CLASSES FORMING
 insurance plan that would cover                                             one for slicing-
 the cost of medical, surgical and
 specialist care in tho home, doc-                                           «ne for paring and trimminE                                                                    FIREMAN
 tor's office and hospital without                                                                                                                                  MASTER ELECTRICIANS LICENSE
 the extra charges and the gaps in
  coverage found in the plans then                                                                                                                                 STATIONARY ENGINEERS LICENSE
  available. He also sought a plan
  that would maintain quality safe-                                                                                                                           REFRIGERATION MACHINE OPERATORS LICENSE
  guards.
     After H.I.P. was devevloped to
                                                                                                                                                              • PRACTICAL VOCATI^AL COURSES:
                                                                                                                                                                   Licenied by N.Y. S t a t e — A p p r o v e d f o r V e t e r a n s
  the point where it was ready to
  provide service. Mayor William                                                                                                                                             AUTO M E C H A N I C S S C H O O L
  O'Dwyer signed a contract in                                                                                                                                                     S-01 46 Road a t 5 St., Long Island C i t y
  1946 providing for a 50 per cent                                                                                                                                           C o m p l e t e Shop Training on " L i v e " C a r s
  City contri'jution toward the cost                                                                                                                                         wifh Speelalitatlon on Automatic T r a n s m i i t i « n i
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  families The City now pays thi*                                                                                                                                                 M a n h a t t a n : 123 East 12 St. n r . 4 Ave.
  lull cost and offers Us employees                                                                                                                                               J a m a i c o : 89-25 Merrick Blvd. a t 90 Av«.
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                                                                                  Civil Service                                     C i v i l Service
                                                                                   Television
 Amerlears       tMr^ent Weekly            tor PuhUe        EmploffeeH                          Television programs of Interest
                                                                                                                                    Law & You
                 Member Audit Bureau of Circulationf                                         to civil service employeea are                            By W I L L I A M GOFFEN
                            i^ubli'Jiea even Tuesday by                                      broadcast daily over WNYC,
                      LEADER PUBLICATIONS. INC.                                              Channel 31. This week's programs
                                                                                                                                       (Mr. Goffen, % member of the New York Bar, teaches law at the
f 7 DBOB* S t r w t . N t w York. N.Y..10007                 l l l - I E o k m o i i 3-4010 axe listed below.
                                                                                                                                      Collef* of the City of New York, Is the author of many booka and
                             Jerry Finkelstcin, Publisher                                                Sunday, April 30              articles and co-authored "New York Criminal Law.")
Paul Kyer, Editor                            Janies F. O'Hanlon, Executive            Editor 6:00 p.m.—Human Rights Porum
  Jco Deasy, Jr^ City Editor                   Carol F. Smith, Assistant              Editor    — "Open Housing: Property
                          N. H. Magcr, Business      Manager                                    Rights vs. Human Rights."               Two Important Bills
     lOo per copy. Subscription Price $3.00 to members of the CivU                                       Monday, May 1
        Service Employees Association. $5.00 to non-memben.                                  4:00 p.m. — Around the Clock —                  THERE ARE TWO bills among the thirty-day bills of
                                                                                                N.Y.C. Police Department train- particular importance to civil service employees. Such bills
                       TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1967                                                  ing program.
                                                                                                                                       must be signed by Governor Rockefeller by May 2, 1967 or
                                                                                             4:30 p.m.—Profile — Paul Mana-

         Mediation Needed                                                                       cher Intei-views people in the they are considered vetoed.
                                                                                                news.
                                                                                                                                            A BILL INTRODUCED by then Assemblyman Garcia                 ^
          SALARY reallocation appeal that would have raised 5:30 p.m.—New York Report —
   A     the salaries of some 28,000 employees was turned down
last week by the State Civil Service Commission. In the
                                                                                                Lester Smith hosts interviews
                                                                                                with City officials.
                                                                                                                                       (now Senator Garcia) would require civil service depart-
                                                                                                                                       ments to permit participants in civil service examinations to
past, this would have meant the end of the road for these                                    6:00 p.m.—Community Action — take the question papers with them upon completion of the
                                                                                                                                       examination.
hard-working employees, but the Civil Service Employees "The Constitutional Convention
                                                                                                Thus Far." Ted Thackrey mod-
 Assn. has given prompt notice that it is not yet finished                                      ei'ates.
                                                                                                                                             THE OTHER SIGNIFICANT civil service bill. Introduced
 with the fight.                                                                             7:30 p.m.—On the Job —N.Y.C.              by Assemblyman Wemple, would amend the Civil Service
      Immediately following the Commission's decision, the Fii-e Department training pro- Law to provide that hearing officers in disciplinary proceed-
 Employees Association wii'ed Governor Rockefeller demand-                                      gram.                                  ings be designated by the Civil Service Commission from
 ing that a mediator be called in to settle the issue. The                                               Tuesday, May 2              i among persons who are not under the jurisdiction of the
 CSEA call is based on the fact that a new labor relations 3:30 p.m.—Human Relations Skills agency for which the employee works. The decision of the
 law signed by the Governor last week provides for fact-                                        for the Hospital Manager—An hearing officer would be binding on the agency.
 finding in wage negotiation impasses and the Employees As- in-service training series pre-                                                  THE CITIZENS UNION has endorsed the Garcia bill.
 sociation does not consider the present reallocation bid                                       sented by United Hospital Fund.
                                                                                             4:00 p.m. — Around the Clock —            It would correct the current practice of the State Depart-
 at an end but at an impasse.
                                                                                                N.Y.C. Police Department train- ment of Civil Service which prevents candidates from seeing
      Strong evidence has been presented proving that cleri-                                    ing program.                           the question papers, their own answers and the official an-
 cal employees in private industry receive more benefits and 4:30 p.m.—Community Action — swers at the same time. Therefore, meaningful judicial re-
 do their equivalents in civil service. The rejection of the                                    Ted Thackrey moderates pro- view of examinations is effectively frustrated. The procedure
 CSEA appeal appears to be based not on this fact but on                                        gram.                                  imposes the unnecessary burden upon the candidate of
 the theory that such a mass reallocation salary would upset 7:30 p.m.—Human Rights Forum seeking a judicial direction permitting examination of the
 the present State salary schedule.                                                             —William Booth,'City Human
                                                                                                                                       question papers just so that he may determine whether ad-
      Too bad. Justice demands that if the clerical employees Rights Commissioner, moder- ministrative or judicial protest of the examination itself
 deserve a pay increase now they should get it now. An                                          ates.
                                                                                                       Wednesday, May 3                is then warranted. This situation is well illustrated by the
 Impartial mediator could settle the Issue and we ask the
                                                                                              4:00 p.m. — Ai'ound the Clock — Paonessa case which was the subject of last week's column.                 *
 Governor to respond to the CSEA demand for this kind                                           N.Y.C. Police Department train-
 of action at once.                                                                                                                          ASSUMING THAT THE Civil Service Department does
                                                                                                ing program.
                                                                                                                                       not intend to frustrate judicial review, its objection to re-
Port Authority Thinking
                                                                                              4:30-5:30 p.m.— United Nations
                                                                                                Special Session (when held).
                                                                                                                                       leasing examination questions may be because it may want
                                                                                              4:30 p.m.—Profile flive)—Paul to use the same questions again and again. However, desira-
        OLLECTIVE bargaining, fact-finding,                                 arbitration, Manacher interviews people in bility of judicial review to assure the appointment of the
C        mediation—these are terms familiar to public em-
 ployees in the light of the present policies of government.
                                                                                                the news.                              best qualified personnel Is a more vital consideration. Also,
                                                                                              6:00 p.m.—Lee Graham Interviews the very fact of judicial review may make the Commission
      This enlightened outlook started a few years ago and                                       (live)-"Making the Most of a cognizant of poor questions which in no event should be
 was strengthened by the passage of the new Public Em-                                          High I.Q."                             reutilized without correction.
 ployees' Fair Employment Act governing public employee 7:30 p.m.—On the Job—NY.C.                                                           THE OTHER THIRTY-DAY bill I mentioned, the Wemple
                                                                                                Fire Department training pro-
 relations.                                                                                     gx-am.                                 bill, would go far toward remedying a serious defect in
      But one governmental agency still considers itself the 8:00 pm.—In the Law Library— disciplinary proceedings. An employee charged with incom-
 paternal guardian of its employees and doesn't know the                                        "Pioblems of Delinquency and petency or misconduct Is tried by a hearing officer who is
 meaning of the terms—The Port of New York Authority.                                           Neglect."                              a subordinate of the agency head. Frequently, the relation-
      Following months of communications between the                                                     Tliursday, May 4              ship makes It difficult for the hearing officer to reach an
  Patrolman's Benevolent Assn. and the Port Authority, the 4:00 p.m. — Around the Clock — unbiased recommendation free of the desires of his own
  executive director of the Authority gave the patrolmen a N.Y.C. Police Department train- superior officer. Moreover, there have been instances when
 raise—$442 annually with an additional $207 a year on Dec. 1. ing program.                                                            the agency head has disregarded the hearing officer's lenient
       This will bring the salaries of patrolmen to $9,022 a 4:30-5:30 p.m.—United Nations recommendation and substituted a harsher punishment in-
 year—compared with the New York City patrolman's salary Special Session (when held),                                                  cluding dismissal.
                                                                                              4:30 p.m. —Profile d i v e ) — P a u l
  of $9,383.
                                                                                                Manacher interviews people in
      The Port Authority refuses to meet with the president                                                                                  THE WEMPLE BILL would remove the hearing officer            J
                                                                                                 the news.
  or officers of the PAPBA. It has mandated raises. It has 7:30 p.m.—On the Job —NY.C. from possible domination of the agency head. It would also
  acted in a paternal manner. To them it has fulfilled its Fire Department training pro- take away the power of the agency head to disregard the
  obligation.                                                                                    gram.                                 hearing officer's decision.
        But has it? Did it take into consideration a promise                    8:30 p.m.—City Government in
made several years ago to maintain parity with New York                           Transition—"The City Council,             THE JUSTICE OF the present relationship of the hear-
City police in salary matters? Did it take into considera-                        Board of Estimate and Borough         ing officer to the department head is obvious. Yet, few
tion that Port Authority patrolmen are not only policemen                         Presidents: Institutions at the       agency heads have voluntarily corrected the situation as did
but also must be trained in firefighting techniques deal-                         Apex" Solomon Hoberman hosts          New York City Buildings Commissioner Charles G. Moerdler.
ing with airplane disasters? Did it take into consideration                       discussion.
that their policemen are peace officers in both New York                        10:30 p.m.—Community Action—            He has adopted the practice of designating distinguished
and New Jersey? Did it take into consideration that salaries                      Ted Thackrey moderates pro-           lawyers having no connection with the department as hear-
of executives of the Port Authority are the highest in the                        gram.                                 ing officers in disciplinary proceedings involving building de-
nation? Austin Tobin, executive director of the Authority,                                Friday, May 5                 partment personnel.
by the way, receives a salary second only to the President                      4:00 p.m. — Around the Clock —
of the United States as a governmental official.                                  N.Y.C. Police Department train-           AS ALREADY NOTED, the Wemple bill would go beyond
                                                                                  hig program.
        The Port Authority, weakly, we think, excuses itself                                                            Commissioner Moerdler's Innovation to assure fairness of
by stating that they have a responsibility to the communities                                                           disciplinary proceedings in that the hearing officer's recom-
In New Jersey that pay their policemen less than the P.A.                                                               mendation would bind the agency head. Apparently, this
does. They say that the communities would be angry if their                         Medicare Payments
                                                                                                                        aspect of the Wemple bill has led the Citizens Union to
policemen left for better paying jobs with the Port Authority.                    The Internal Revenue Depart-
        We say that tlie Port Authority has a first responsi-                  ment has ruled that Medicare pre-        oppose it on the ground that the Commissioner's authority
bility to its employees and then to the communities. It                        mium payments, $3 a month, made          over discipline of his staff would be unduly hampered.
didn't look into the salaries of the various mayors and                         by employers to retired employees       However, the Commissioner would retain the unlettered au-                        ^
                                                                                     their spouses under a pension
• t h e r elected officials of these communities when it fixed                 plan, are exempt from Federal            thority to institute charges. All that would be lost to him
Us own executive salaries.                                                     i.itojne taxes.                          would be the authority to act as Judge as well as accuser.
 Tiiestlay, April 25, 1967                                            CIVIL             SERVICE              LEADER                                                             Page Eleven


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                                                                                                                                                    tive director of the Committee on

              City Certifications                                               Don't Repeat This!
                                                                                                                                                    Economic Development.
                                                                                                                                                       John V. Oonnorton, Executive
                                                                                                                                                    Vice Pi-esident of the Greater New
    (rontlnueci from Page 7)          ward. Jay P. Bokser, John J.                                                                                  York Hospital Association, has
                                      Eoyle, Doris V. Sullivan.                (Continued from Pace 1)         convention committees be chosen
reusa Smlthromero, Anthony M.                                                                                                                       been appointed executive director
                                        Alexander Tobkes, James J. Gar-   ing program that Includes:           on ability and without regard to
Crescenzo, Choral S. Eddie, Thom-                                                                                                                   of the Committee on Health,
                                      aghty, Allan Sonnenschein, Joel        1—A committee to recruit pro-     partisan politics.
as R. Pattison, Thomas W. Rug-                                                                                                                      Housing and Social Services.
                                      1. Geller, Ralph H. Schmitt, John   fessionals as volunteer, part-          Here are those named to the
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                                           Sinclair, Michael J. Taub,     time workers for the convention,     top job with convention commit-
   Herbert Brandwein, Nancy D.                                                                                                                      Academic Development at The
                                      Patrick M. Curtin.Rosilia E. Bar-   which Is headed by Mrs. Marietta     tees:
Smith, Rosetta Thomas, John V.        row .Natalie F. Vaii-a, Edgar L.                                                                              City University of New York, has
                                                                          Tree, who is associated with the        Howard F, Miller, Secretary of    been appointed executive director
Cummings, Jhon G. McOabe, Jen-        Bergen, Kermit J. Eady, Charles
iT-e Sachs, Anita B. Schnaps,                                             United Nations.                      the New York State Assembly          of the Committee on Education.
                                      Gray, Bernard W. Farrell, Joseph                                         Ways and Means Committee pre-
Lmls J. Costello, Florence R.         M Starkey, Barbara J. Stewart,         2—A student internship pj'o-                                              George E>orsey Braden, consult-
Humphrey, George Saunders, Rae        Ilsrding A. Dunlop, Ruth Mingoia,   gram run by Fordham University       sently on leave as Professor of
                                                                                                                                                    ant on Community and Govern-
Thttenbaum. Vincent J. Dassaro,       Dolores D. Moskowitz, Michael L.    and supported in part by the         Political Science, Syracuse Uni-
                                                                                                                                                    ment Relations Service for Gen-
James A, Dorazio, Richard L. Ful-     Nasofer, Rabindrda N. Aggarwal,     Ford Foundation.                     versity, has been appointed execu-
 gcni, George J. Morfogen, Helen                                                                                                                     eral Electric Company, and former
                                      William C. Byrnes, Gerald A.           3—Use of college pi-ofessors to   tive director of the Committee on
 J. Joyner Sam Parmit, Barbara                                                                                                                       Professor of Constitutional Law,
                                      roster, Velma T. Barnes, Harry       screen all persons seeking posts    State Finances.
 S. Marzano, Robert Reed, Jere-                                                                                                                      Yale University Law School, as-
                                      Tii Cohen, John W. Henry Jr.,        with the convention.                   Donald R. Gilmore, senior econ-
 iTiiah Healy Kenneth . O'Loughlin,   John D. lorio, Esther M. Wilson.                                                                               signed to the Committee on the
 lAfirriet Goldberg, Libby S. Levy,                                          Most important of all, however,   omist for the Committee for Eco-      Legislature.
 Arthur H. Liebs, Emily S. Wild-                                           appears to be his insistence that   nomic Development, New York              John W. MacDonald. Professor
 man, Lillian Colon, Norma V. Ho-       Use Zip Codes—It's faster          the executive directors for key     City, has been appointed execu-       of Law, Cornell University Law
                                                                                                                                                     School, and chairman of the New
                                                                                                                                                     York State Law Revision Commis-
                                                                                                                                                     sion, assigned to the Committee
                                                                                                                                                     on Style and Arrangement.
                                                                                                                                                        Michael O. Sawyer, Professor of
                                                                                                                                                     Political Science, Syryacuse Uni-
                                                                                                                                                     versity, assigned to the Committee
                                                                                                                                                     on Bill of Rights and Suffrage.
                                                                                                                                                        David Sive, attorney, assigned
                                                                                                                                                     to the Committee on Natural Re-
                                                                                                                                                     sources and Agriculture.
                                                                                                                                                        Louis R. Salkever, Charman of
                                                                                                                                                     the Economic Department, Stat«
                                                                                                                                                     University of New York, and form-
                                                                                                                                                     er Associate Director of the U.S.
                                                                                                                                                     Wage Stabilization Board, assign-
                                                                                                                                                     ed to the Committee on Labor,
                                                                                                                                                     Civil Sei-vice and Public Pensions.
                                                                                                                                                        Professor Jack B. Weinstein of
                                                                                                                                                     Columbia University Law School,
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                                                                                        AND IN                                                           PAST FOR SOUVENIRS
                                                                                                                                                          OF EVERY AGE AND


                                                                                        HEALTH...                                                               CIVILIZATION
                                                                                                                                                      Admission 75c • Open I P.M.-7 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                Phone: BE 3-6010


                                                                                             The promise, in the marriage
                                                                                         service, to provide loving care                                 In New York City
                                                                                         when illness strikes is all the                                     SPECIAL
                                                                                         feasier to keep when the couple                                    LOW RATF.S
                                                                                         is covered by GHI.                                                 FOR STATE
                                                                                             All Civil Service workers —                                   EMPLOYEES
                                                                                         single, married, with or without                                5 0 DAILY PER PERSON
                                                                                                                                                             ^ Airline limousine, train
                                                                                         families - need the compre-                                     t e r m i n a l , garage, subway,
                                                                                         hensive protection which GHI                                    and surface transportation
                                                                                                                                                         to all p o i n t s right at our
                                                                                          provides. You also need the                                    f r o n t door. Weather pro-
                                                                                         freedom from worry over doctor                                  tected arcades to dozens of
                                                                                                                                                          office buildings.
                                                                                          bills - even for home andoffice                                         NEW YORK'S
                                                                                          visits - with more and more of                                  MOST GRAND CENTRAL LOCATION
                                                                                          your fellow workers in the
                                                                                          Civil Service are choosing.
                                                                                              They'll tell you that GHI '
                                                                                          helps you live happily ever after
                                                                                          - at least as far as doctor
                                                                                          bills are concerned.



                                                                                                                HEALTH

                                                                                                                         THROUGH

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                                                                                                                                                         ENTRANCE TO ENTIRE CITY
                                                                                                                               Phone: 777-6000
Tiiestlay, April 25, 1967                 CIVIL        SERVICE                   LEADER                                Page Eleven




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            Emigrant^ plan can help
            you get tax savings on
            part of your income for
            retirement purposes.

               For more information mail the coupon or come into any
            one of Emigrants three convenient offices^



                                        E M I G R A N T SAVINGS BANK
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                                                                                                        CIVIL    SERVICE              LEADER                                              Tuesday, April 25, 1967
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Tiiestlay, April 25, 1967                                                                          CIVIL         SERVICE                            LEADER                                                                                              Page Eleven

Nassau Offers                                   U.S. Naval Lab Needs
Youth Group                                     Temp. Clerk Typists
Worker Jobs
    The Nassau County Welfare De-
                                                  The U.S. Naval Applied Science
                                                Laboratory needs clerk typists for
                                                                                                                 > REAL ESTATE VALUES •
partment has vacancies for youth                temporary appointments, not to
group worker I and youth group                  exceed one year. The positions pay                                           IV 9.9320
worker II, with starting salaries of            $?,925 to $4,269 per annum, de-
rp«:pectively. Applications for the             pending upon experience.
                                                                                                             CONCRETE CEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                      HEAD FOR THE GOOD L I F E .                                         .
June 3 examination for these posi-                                                                                FINISH
tions are being accepted until                    Applicants must be U . S . citizens
                                                                                                             Driveways * Sidewalkt * Curbs


                                                                                                                                                                                 Fabulous FLORIDA
May 4.                                          and high school graduates, or                                Patios • Walks • Garage Floors
                                                have one year of appropriate ex-                             Concrete Stoops * Brick Stoops
    Candidates must have been re-
sidents of Nassau, Queens, or S u f -           perience.                                                               FRANK PODERA
j'lOk Counties for a least one year                Interested applicants should re-
immediately preceding the exam                  port to the Civilian Personnel O f -                                                                                 Offers More...land of Growth and Opportunity. These leading brokers
                                                                                                             Farms & Country Homes
date.                                           fice, Flushing and Washington                                                                                        and realtors offer their choice estate listing. Consult them now.
    For further Information, contact            Avenues, Brooklyn, N.Y., for an                                       Orange County
                                                                                                           Bnlk Acreage - Retirement Home*.
t h e CivH Service Commission, 140              interview and a written test. For                          Busineserik in t h e Tri S t a t e area.
Cld Country Road, Mlneola N.Y.                  f u r t h e r Information, phone Main                                GOr.DMAN AGENCY
                                                                                                         86 Pike. P o r t Jervis. NY ( 0 1 4 ) 856 52f38
1J601.                                          5-4500, ext. 491 or 489.
                                                                                                         BKLYN. New 8 Tarn, with tenant«. .fi)25
                                                                                                           infonie.      No cash. Walk lUT. Kxp.
                                                                                                                                                                      FREE FLORIDA BOOKS                                          HOLLYWOOD lEACH.
                                                                                                           Hrirem.nna Ave. corner Bradford    St.                                                                                      FLORIDA
                                                                                                           P h o n e : CX T-9706.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Want an Inexpensive ocean-front Ta-
                                                                                                                                                                      O N AMERICA'S NO.                                   cation     which  Ineludet   everythinf
                                                                                                         JAMAICA Est T u d o r brk stc 6 rm side                                                                          Free: Pool, Boating & Fishing, .r.ounre.
                                                                                                           hall den 3 Ixlrm         btha gar ex fon                                                                       Discount    Golf, Free Country Club
                                                                                                           $55,500 A j o n t Gveenbaum AX l - 7 5 i 3
                                                                                                                                                                              "LIVING CITY"                               taeilitieg, etc.
                                                                                                                                                                      F o r your variation or happier retire-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  YES, EVERYTHING!
                                                                                                         LAURELTON Cape Cod brick 4 bedrooms                          ment on a moderate income, choose a                     LOVELY EFFICIENCY AND
                                                                                                           a bathB. ^-JS.OOO.                                         w i n n e r ! Con)e to St. Pete, f a m o u s snn-           BEDROOM FAMILY
                                                                                                             • A?ent Grcenbaum AX l-'»575                             shino resort, principal .-ity of I ' l N E L -             TYPE APARTMENTS
                                                                                                                                                                      LAS COUNTY* — the WINN'ER of                        SIJRPKISIXCLT . . . r.ow WMkly
                                                                                                                                                                      the 10()7 LOOK MAGAZINE — XA-                       rates from $75, f.ow monthly ratri
                                                                                                           Forms & Country Homes —                                    TIONAi: MUNICIPAL LEAGUE " A L L -                  from flOO Per Family out of season.
                                                                                                                                                                      AMERICAN CITY" AWARD. Yesl an                           Winter Rates Naturally HIeiier
                                                                                                                  New Jersey                                          averaere of 360 <lays of sunshine each                 COMPARE. For complete colorfnl
                                                                                                                      Lifit of Retirement Homes                       year. Pureet air, healthiest climate.                           InformRtlon.
                                                                                                                F a r m s — Kstates — Acreage                         Swn»miinir on cie.in, white beaches.
                                                                                                                       P'liini & Honie Realty                         Kisliinfr, boating, ffolf. tine           homes,    lALI HAI — 310 McKinlcy St.
                                                                                                              Newton. NJ (Closed on S u n d a i s )                   hotels, motels and guest houses in all                SANDS — 2404 N. SHrf Read
                                                                                                                                                                      price ranires. Wide variely of Res-
                                                                                                                                                                      t a u r a n t s , Attractions. Spectator Sporte.                     Or
                                                                                                           Forms & Country Homes —                                    Churches,           Hobbles    and    Retirement    J. J. lURTON. 2404 N. Surf Rd.
                                                                                                                                                                      Activities. W R I T E TODAY' for o u r
                                                                                                                New York State                                        new 80-pe. "SUNSHINE                  ANNUAL"
                                                                                                         R E T I R E M E N T — E x c e l l e n t 5 rooms, palio.      & "LIVINO IN ST. P E T E R S B U R G . "
                                                                                                            Garage. I.andscaDed, all convenicnors.                    They're F R E E !            Rrmeniber. too —           St. Petersburg, Florida
                                                                                                            Only $10,5(10. Several to nhoone f r o m .                Florida h a s NO S T A T E INCOME T A X !
                                                                                                            Blo<Klsrood Realty. Ilyndsville Rd.. Co-
                                                                                                            bleskill, NV 12043.                                             I. Jerkins, Dept.   Cliainber
                                                                                                                                                                              of Conimrree, Box KITI,                     FREE                FREE



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          I
                      N E W VINYL                                                                            SPECIAL CIVIL SERVICE                                       ST, PETKRSBrRO, ri-.-i. .i.iiai.                  SEND FOR YOUR COPY
                                                                                                                                                                         Over   1,000.000 Visitors a Y'ear
                                                                                   .4              . ^         RELOCATION DEPT.                                          Now    P r e f e r St. Petersburg I               ST. PETERSBURG AREA
                                                                                                            rO ASSIST STATE EMPLOYEES IN                                                                                   " H O M E BUYER'S GUIDE"
                                                                                                              FINDING A P A R T M E N T S AND
                                                                                                            HOMES IN T l l E CAPITAL DISTRICT                                                                             JUST W R I T E TODAY f o r this guide to
                                                                                                             FRKR SERVIOR—NO OBMOATION                                S A V E ON YOUR MOVE TO FLORIDA                     the finest available llatinga in o u r area
                                                                                                                                                                      Compare our cost per 4.000 lbs to                   for residential, commercial and income
                WITH BUILT-IN CUSHION                                                                             CAPITOL HOMES                                       St. Petersburg from New York City.                  properties. Beautifully illustrated in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          dicating pricft & terms. Find YOUR
                                                                                                              Serving Capital District for Over                       ?406:       Philadelnhla. $;)83; Albany.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          home or business in o u r " S u n s h i n e
                                                                                                                         no Vmra                                       $433, For an esti^iiate to any desti-
                 BY CONGOLEUM-NAIRN                                                                          1593 Central Ave., Albony
                                                                                                                                                                      naiion in b'loridJt write SOUTHERN                  City" through
      This    new vinyl flooring       has a    • Warmer-because it's cushioned!                                                                                      T R A N S F E R & STORAGE CO.. INC.
                                                                                                                                                                      Dept, C. P.O. Box 10'J17. St. P«'«r«-               BRANNAN-WEAVER. I N C .
      s p r i n g y f o a m cushion   between   • Wears longer-because it's cushionedl
                                                                                                                       UN 9-0916                                      b u r r . FInrid»                                       3011 First Avtnue South
      vinyl surface and vinylized back-
                                                • Easy to clean-because it's vinyl!                                                                                                                                       St. Petersburg, Florida . 33712
       ing. Cushionflor absorbs clatter!                                                                     For Sole - House & Motel.                                           Stuart,        Florido
                                                • T h r i f t y - c o s t s surprisingly little?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Or Phone: 896-3631
       So springy it even recovers from                                                                           Milford, Penno.
       spike-heel dents!                        • Needs no cementing down!                                 FOR SALE 6 room h o u s e with a 10 unit                  R E T I R E M E N T HOMES . . . 'B6,.SOO. u p
                                                                                                             seasonal       motel.     Exi^llent  (^indition.            E V E R Y T H I N G IN REAL E S T A T E



                      STEINER'S
                                                                                                             Principals only. Midway Motel, M i s .                        L     FULFORD,       STUART.        FLA.                   Venice,         Florida
                                                                                                             H . M a h U r . S t a r Route, Milford, I ' l n n a .   W R I T E R E Q U I R E M E N T S . P h . 287-1388
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            VENICE FLA. — INTERE.STEDT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SEE H. N. W n i M E R S . REALTOR,
                                                                                                                          BRONX        SPECIAL                                                                                    Z I P CODE 3;J596
                                                                                                                                                                            Fort Myers,              Florida
                                                                                                                  EAST 222 STREET                                    FLA. — Opportunities — FAMOUS West
                                                                                                             FHA "iipprovert           for $14,000        mU'e
                                                                                                                                                                       Coast Rcreaee. homes, eroves. motels.                                LAURELTON
                       FLOOR          COVERING                SPECIALISTS                                    B e a u t i f u l det stucco r a n c h . 6 rms. ;t
                                                                                                             bcdrnis, full bsmt, Hollywood h a t h .                   Douglas Chambers, 1538-1 B'way, Fort
                                                                                                             All braes plumbinfr. Taxes $;J5e year.                    Myers. Florida. Over 38 years in Florida                               $22,990
                                                                                                                                                                       Real E s t a t e . —
                         111-22 J A M A I C A AVENUE                                                                        I-'Df.L PRICE $14.91»0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           fl-Fivmily. Bolh a p t s vHuaut — Dc-
                                                                                                                 Gl MTGE ALSO AVAILABLE                                                                                    ta<'hed. rJ-car jfar.iee. a u t o m a l i o heut.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           p!ir«iuet floors, modern Uitchen. !ii(tOO
                          R I C H M O N D HILL 18, N.Y.                                                          FIRST-MET REALTY                                                                                          d o w n nettled. 1 bloeli off Merrick Rd.
                                                                                                                  4375 WHITE PLAINS RD.                                  Exclusive Legoi 2 Family, ^
                                 Vi 9-1773 — 9-1792                                                                    W Y 4-7100                                        11 rooms. 2 baths, $250                           CAMBRIA HGTS                        $18,990
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           i m i C K , STONE & TIMBER — .'1.000
                                                                                                                                                                         needed, Gl, no cosh.                              B<t. (t. landscaiied (irounds, living rm,
                                                                                                           NEW SKI RUN MAKES                                                                                               diuinK'     nil, modern kitchen,         patio-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           liorch, a airy bedrooniB, lin li»imt, 1 '(j



                                                                                                                                                                             BETTER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           hailiK, "I-ciir (far, w-w oarpt'ir, all extruH
                                                                                                           WINTER SALES AT                                                                                                     inohided. $ 8 0 0 DOWN N E E D E D I



             LIVE A LITTLE                                                                                 ARROWHEAD LAKE
                                                                                                              The idea of building a ski slope
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            l -^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                BUTTERLY & GREEN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           KH' K IlilUWIe Ave, J.luinlctt <t-<!:)00



                                                                                                                                                                           JA 9-4400
                                                                      Jl       .JO-                       for property owners at Arrowhead
                                                                                                          Lake off Route 940 in the Poconos,                                                                                            CAMIIRIA IIKIOHTS
             GET A W A Y FROM IT ALL                                    . 7                               Started to pay off when it was an-                                                                                           RENT WITH OPTION!
                                                                                                          nounced last summer, A number                                                                                    T r u e luxury residence. Brick. Like new.
             Enjoy smog free air and untainted water . . . warm, sunny days                               of purchasers said that was their                                                                                G ' n i i B , luluriKlio kitchen, IS l^-ilrniH,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           t} tone col. tile hath, Huniptuou.s base-
             and cool nights . . . s-t-r e t-c-h out and relax . . , en)oy boating,                       reason for buying. Designed by                                  135-19 Rockowoy Blvd.                            nu'ut, lariie Burden ulot. $'11 .."lOO.
             swmiming, golf, hiking, all sporls. Give your family a second                                Ken Nichols and equipped with                                                                                        L O N G ISLAND HOMES
                                                                                                          modern rope tows, the two runs                                        SO. OZONE PARK                                  KiK-l'j lllllklde .\ve., Janiuiea
             home . . . a Sullivan County bungalow in the scenic CatsKills                                and three trails were completed                                                                                                    K
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          K »-7:i<N>
                                                                                                          and went Into operation on Feb-                                             •prj
              FUN BONUS TO NEW YORK CSEA MEMBERS                                                          ruary 1st, exclusively for the use
                                                                                                          of property owners and their
                               Your CSEA, along with the Sullivan County Bungalow                         guests. The new ski course has
                                  Association & the Sullivan County Publicity and                         been well patronized by owners                                                       EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED
                                                                                                          from New Jersey, Pennsylvania
                                     Area Development Committee, has arranged . . .                       and New York and a number of                                      KHIIMO\l> lill.L               »I,1,II1M)          NI>RIN(il'IKI.I) <il)N,S.       VM".

                                                     SPECIAL RATES FOR YOU                                their guests purchased homesites.                                 Owner i>;i<r))iciii|f this det. 7 rm.
                                                                                                              Having skiing right at home is                                Diili'h Culonial (HiR) flniNhablc             Del. Ii'ii'al 2 faiiiil} bri<'k cuiiblHliuir
                                                    Inquire how inexpensive it is                         C h a n g i n g the complexion of house
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of •.'-,) nil. apis., MaraKc, tiiiisli.'ibla
                                                                                                                                                                            bsmt,, burroiinili'd by trecN & shrubs,       bsiui. ou . j O M»i. ft. of uarden
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ". O
                                                    to enjoy a summe('s rental . . .                      construction. More and more year                                  all ai)|i'ian<'<'«i.                          iirounilii. .Many extras.
                                                                                                           'round homes are being ordered
                                                         just for f u n .                                 and the developer All American                                   HOI.I.IS                                       CAMIIKIA          iKiTs.             «-.'M,m»e
                                                                                                          Realty Company, Is building all                                           TKl K t ENTER HAM.                            DET.                        O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •! I \MII.Y Tl D R
                                                                                                           summer homes with an eye to the                                                                                riiiit-isiiiie                 .)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            i)f 'I huBu " nil. aiitd.,
       YES, I WANT TO LIVE A LITTLE . . . TELL ME MORE ABOUT IT                                            easy addition of desired cold                                   5 l;:e. bedi'Dunm in thin uraiiuiio
                                                                                                                                                                                  »
                                                                                                                                                                           «l';(. J nu. honii'. Kiri'Dlu'e, tai a^'e,     lircpiaic.         lini.-hcl bsml , -:irare,
                                                                                                           weather facilities at minimum                                                                                  mod. Uils.        & baih*. palio, i'or rrael-
       Name                                                                                                cost. Now open for inspection,                                  K.irdi'U froundH.                              nils liviiii^'.
       Address                                                                                             models start price-wise at $3,495
                                                                                                          for a 2-bedroom, custom-built sum-                                           Many o^her 1 & 2 Family homes available
       City                                                                                                mer home complete with plumbing,
        CSEA Unit
                                                                                                           electric fixtures, aluminum slid-
                                                                                                           ing windows, paneled living room,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 QUEENS HOME SALyS
                                                                                                         I streamlined kitchen with built-in,                                                         170-19 Hlllild* A*t. — Jamaira
                 SEND TO: SCBA, 270 BROADWAY, MONTICELLO, N. Y. 12701                                    , wall cabinets and carport. $3,495
                                                                                                            is for the house only. Home .sites                                                                   OL 8-7510
                                                                                                         I start at $1,G40 with small down
                                                                                                           payment.
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                                                                                                                                                     Don't Repeat This!
                                                                          to successful candidates who have    r-iications can be obtained at the
       Westchester Has Stock Clerk Jobs                                                                        Westchester bounty Personnel Of-
                                                                          bten legal residents of either the
   Applications are being accepted      The examination will be held on                                        f><;e, Room 700, County Office
                                                                          Village of Mamaroneck, the Town
through April 28 for a civil serv-   June 3. Candidates must have                                              Building. White Plains.
                                                                          of Mamaroneck or the Town of                                                   (Continued from Pace 8)
Ict* examination for the position    bten legal residents of West-
                                                                          Harrison for at least four months                                     Committee on Judiciary; Dr. Arch
-,f stock clerk at the Westchester   chester County for at least four
                                                                          immediately preceding the date of                                     T. E>otson, Professor of Govern-
Joint Water Works. The salary        months Immediately preceding the                                            FREE BOOKLET on Social
                                                                          ihe written test.                                                     mei>t at Cornell University, Com-
ranges from $4,300 to $5,500 per     c'ate of the written test. Prefer-                                        Security; Mail only; Box S, 97
                                                                            Further information and ap-                                         mittee on Intergovernmental Re-
ytar.                                er'ce in appointment may be given                                         Duane St., New York, N.Y. 10007.
                                                                                                                                                lations; Professor Herbert Rosen-




          TRY THIS QUIZ!
                                                                                                                                                baum. Chairman of the Political
                                                                                                                                                Science Department. Hofstra Uni-
                                                                                                                                                versity, Committee on Local Gov-
                                                                                                                                                ernment and Home Rule, and Pro-
                                                                                                                                                fessor Guthrie S. Birkhead. Chair-
                                                                                                                                                man of the Political Science De-
                                                                                                                                                partment, Syracuse University,
                                                                                                                                                Committee on Executive Branch.
                                                                                                                                                   The Travia program to recruit
                                                                                                                                                volunteer help will be aimed a t
                                                                                                                                                getting political scientists, eco-
                                                                                                                                                nomists and lawyers to help the
                                                                                                                                                convention on a part-time basis.
                                                                                                                                                Many of these people could not a f - .
                       DID YOUR MEDICAL   PLAN                                                                                                  ford to give up their regular posi- \
                                                                                                                                                tions for the brief duration of the

                                      PROTECT
                                                                                                                                                convention, which is expected to
                                                                                                                                                end in September.
                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Tree, also a delegate to

                               YOU   AGAINST,..                                                                                                 the convention, will be chairman
                                                                                                                                                of the committee. She is a per-
                                                                                                                 YES           NO               sonal representative of the Sec-



                                                                                                                  •
                                                                                                                                                retary-General of the United
                                                                Out-of-Pocket Expenses                                                          Nations.
                                                                                                                                                   In announcing the student hi-
                                                                      for Doctor Visits?                                                         ternship program. President T r a -
                                                                                                                                                via said: "the convention will a f -

                                                                              Maternity Bills?                    •            •
                                                                                                                               •
                                                                                                                                                 ford a unique opportunity for out-
                                                                                                                                                standing undergraduate, graduats
                                                                                                                                                and law students to participate in
                                                                                                                                                 the convention."
                                                                                                                                                   About 58 students will be named.
                                                          Extra Charges for Surgery?                                                            They will receive a total of $1,200
                                                                                                                                                 for pay and living expenses for
                                                                            Extra Charges for
                                                                                                                   •              •
                                                                                                                                                 two months—July and August,
                                                                                                                                                 and will be assigned to the vari-
                                                                              Specialist Care?                                                  ous convention committees for re-



                                                                 Confusion over panels
                                                                                                                   •              •             search work.
                                                                                                                                                   The Rev. James C. Finlay, S.J.,
                                                                                                                                                 chairman of the Political Science j
                                                                                                                                                 Department at Fordham's campus
                                                               of participating doctors?                                                         in The Bronx, will direct the
                                                                                                                                                 program.
                                                                                                                                                   College students may apply by
                                                             Uncertainty as to services
                                                             covered in full or in part?                           •            •                writing Box 588 Pordham Univer-
                                                                                                                                                sity, Bronx, N.Y. 10458, for an
                                                                                                                                                 application form. Applications will

                                                                                                                   •            •                close May 12.
                                                                                                                                                    Dr. Alan K. Campbell, a dele-
                                                    Limitations on Certain Services?
                                                                                                                   •            •
                                                                                                                                                 gate-at-large to the convention
                                                                                                                                                 and professor of political science
                                                                                                                                                 at Syracuse University, headed the
                                                                   Filling in claim forms?
                                                                                                                                •
                                                                                                                                                special committee to review ap-
                                                                                                                                                 plications for convention jobs.
                                                                                                                                                    He has worked closely with
                                                                    Discussion of fees or
                                                                                                                    o
                                                                                                                                                President Travia In the selection
                                                                                                                                                of staff as well.
                                                                income with the doctor?                                                            From      Convention     Minority
                                                                                                                                                 Leader, Earl W. Brydges, came this
                                                                                                                                                 praise at the convention's most re-
                                                                                                                                                 cent session:
                                                                                                                                                    "This Is the best organized con-
                            If you belong to a medical plan, we suggest you                                                                      vention in New York Stat-e
                                                                                                                                                 history."
                          check the above list* against your family's experiences
                                                                                                                                                      The City-wide telephone nuin*
                          with medical care over the past year or so.                                                                               bar to call in emergencies to sum" |
                                                                                                                                                    mon either police or ambulance
                            If you can check the "yes'' box for every question,                                                                     la 440-1334.

                          you are either an H.I.P. member or you haven't had
                          much need for doctors' services lately.                                                                                                 IH
                                                                                                                                                                 HG
                  */« H.I.P.'s bask service program, claim forms are needed only for emergencies requiring the                                                  C O L
                                                                                                                                                                SH O
                    use of non-U.I.P. physicians, They are also needed for optional benefits such as anesthesia and                                            EQUIVALENCY
                    prescribed drugs and appliances.
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    Tiiestlay, April 25, 1967                                                                   CIVIL            S E R V I C E                L E A D E R                                                                              Page           Eleven
                                                                     be the speaker at the meeting of                                               ence Room, lOth floor, Veterans                             nual vacation of at least 28 con-
       Dr. Limberg To SRieolc A t Hmner                              the Federal Association of Man-                                                Administration Regional Office,                             secutive days.
  Herman Limberg, senior man- Administration, Office of the May- agement Analysts in the General                                                    252 Seventh Avenue, New York                                   Rockefeller said firemen now
agement consultant in the Office of or of the City of New York, will Services Adnoinistration Confer-                                               City, Tuesday, May 2, at 1 p.m.,                            I're guaranteed vacations of a t
                                                                                                                                                    Anthony R. Aliffl, the Association's                        least 14 consecutive days after one
                                                                                                                                                    president, has announced.                                   year's service ana 21 days after
                                                                                                                                                       Dr. Limberg is a specialist m                            five years of service.
                                                                                                                                                    crganization,     management     in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "Now that this basic standard
                                                                                                                                                    formation systems, work simplifi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                has been established Statewide
                                                                                                                                                    cation, and management training



          DOUBLE DECK DEAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                '01 these worthy public servants,"
                                                                                                                                                    c'evelopment. He is the Mayor's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                the Governor declared, "further
                                                                                                                                                    liaison with the New York Ped-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                adjustments should be left to the
                                                                                                                                                    eial Executive Board and con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                localities which have adequate au-
                                                                                                                                                    sultant to the Metropolitan Re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                thority to adopt local legislation
                                                                                                                                                    g.onal Council. He has conducted
                                                               FROM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                for this pui'pose."
                                                                                                                                                    management studies and programs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The Governor added that some




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                                                                                                                                                    Firemen Vacation
                                                                                               FOR                     THE                                                                                                       AKCO
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                                                                                                                                                      ALBANY—Governor Rockefeller
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Albany. N. Y.
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                                                                                   Erie Probation
 Monroe Co. Cominission                                                            Unit, Annuai
 Loses Chairman As Total                                                           Communion lllleet
 Reorganization Begins
                                                                                      The Erie         chapter, Proba-
                                                                                   tion Unit of        the Civil Service
                                                                                   Employees           Assn. held     its
                                                                                   Fourteenth          annual commu-
                  "(From Leader C o r r e s p o n d e n t )                   n on breakfast Sunday, April 23.
     ROCHESTER—Monroe County's Civil Service Commis-                          B . e a k f a s t at the Buffalo Athletic
 sion is expected to lose its chairman-director and two com-                  Club where Reverend Luke Mac-
 missioners in the next few months.                                           Aithur S.D.S. of St. Mary's High
     In the first official step toward reorganization, the five-              School, Lancaster, New York was
 m a n commission this week unani-                                            speaker, was preceded by Mass
                                        lishing contacts and interviewing) in St. Joseph's Old Cathedral it
 mously endorsed a merger with
                                           •    Personnel     administration 10:00 a.m.
 'the County's personnel depart-
                                         (employee rules, training, safety,
  ment.                                                                           Patricia McCooey is serving as
      County Manager Gordon A.
                                        job specifications, evaluations, sal-
                                                        , . ,                 chairman of the affair, assisted by                CLINTON SCHOOL MEETING ^                                Harry Johnson
  Howe made the recommendation ,                                                                                                 Civil Service Employees Assn. field representative, tells members of
                                        gestion system, retirement and j J Donald Griffin and Mrs. Mau-                          the Clinton School CSEA chapter about some of the nuances of the
  at a special commission meeting                                             reen           O'Comiell,    co-chairmen.
                                        hospitalization).                                                                        l/60th retirement bill. Johnson's talk was made at a recent meeting
  He also suggested a three-member                                            Cnmmittee members include: Ar-
                                           Howe stressed the importance of                                                       between the Clinton School chapter and the Onedia chapter at which
  commission.
                                        having a commission and depart- rangements; Walter Walsh, Robert                         a salary proirram was drawn up for presentation to the clinton School
      The meeting followed release of
                                        ment that "would merit the faitli Gorman, Francis Bannigan, Mark                         Board. Also in the picture from the left, are: Clinton chapter president
  a State Department of Civil Ser-
                                        and confidence of every County Plogavero, Frederick Wolf, and                            Loren Youngs; Johnson; Oneida chapter president Roger Solimando;
  vice report whicli called the Mon-                                          Eulis Cathey: Reception; Joseph
                                        employee."                                                                               chapter secretary, J e a n Coluzzi; and CSEA delegate Louis Eddy.
  roe County commission's work for
                                           Civil service covers 8,500 jobs Schaefer, Arthur Tomczak, J a m e s
  t h e past three years "generally
                                        with the County, towns, villages vVoodin, Louis Derrico, Raymond
  poor."
      Howe has given "top priority"
  to revamping the operations in
                                        and suburban school districts.        Kaprik, and Mary Rita McNally:
                                           The merger was recommended Tickets; Nicholas Ottaviani, Dan-
                                        to Howe by Harrington & Co. a iel McMorrow, Neil Cummings,
                                                                                                                                 Oneida And Clinton School
                                                                                                                                 Chapters Discuss Salaries
  time for a follow-up check by the
                                        consultant firm which is studying John Mayer, Mrs. Norma J e a n
  brute in six months.
                                        C'lUnty administration. The fii'iTi Carbone, Frances Head, Mi's. Mary
      It is believed that the County
                                        said the merger would eliminate Lowe. Ruth Ruhl, Nina Duszynski
  Legislature will be asked to elim-
                                         duplication of records and activ- i n d Richard Snyder*.                                    Civil Service Employees Assn. representatives from the
  inate the commission seats of two
                                         ities, provide more desirable pro-                                                      Oneida County chapter m«t with non-teaching personnel
  Republicans, Deane A. Keyes and
                                         grams and improve coordination
                                                                                   Nassau Cliap.
  Alfred A. Williams.                             u u                                                                            of the CSEA's Clinton Central School chapter recently hi
                                         with suburban governments.
                                                                                                                                 order to draw up an eight-point salary program for presen-
      Monroe County is the only                    ,,     ''
                                            Both the merger and, the re-

                                                                                   Adds New Unit
  County in the State with a five- duction of the commission require                                                             tation to the School's employees
                                                                                                                                 by the Clinton chapter president,         the present 12 to 20 days; pay
   m a n commission. The expansion                                                                                                                                         f-ji custodians for Saturday and
   came in 1961, when a lame-duck State approval                                                                                 Loren Youngs.
                                                                               Irving Flaumenbaum, pres-                             Also at the meeting, Youngs was       Sunday building checks; lunch
   Republican City. Council turned                                                                                                                                         monies returned to custodial help.
   city civil service over to the Watertown Comm.                           ident of the Nassau chapter,                         elected president of the Clinton
                                                                                                                                                                              Also, fringe benefits which will
   C.'unty. After three years of court Begins Reorganization Civil Service Employees Assn.,
                                                                                                                                 chapter in order to complete the
                                                                            has welcomed the chapter's                           1967 term. Others selected in-            include salary improvement the
   battles, the Democratic city ad-
                                                                                                                                 cluded Peter Annuich as secretary         1/eoth non-contributory Retire-
   ministration won back the city           Watertown's Civil Service Com- newest unit, representing clerical
                                                                                                                                 anri Ignatius Shepherd as treas-          ment plan and Health insurance;
   commission.                           mission is in the throes of com- w o k e r s of the Sewanhaka Cen-
                                                                                                                                 urer.                                     exclusive representation of the
       Elimination of the two seats; piete reorganization, a situation tra' High School District.
                                                                                                                                                                           CSEA; and use of the State Medi-
   would temporarily throw the com- caused by death and resignations.          T h e new Central High School                         Attending the meeting were
   mission into Democratic control.                                                                                                                                        care     Mediation   Board    where
                                             A year ago the three-member District No. 2 Clerical Unit, which                     Roger F. Solimando, president of
                                                                                                                                                                           necessary.
       The director of the new merged commission was composed of S t a r r is headed by Mrs. Gertrude Perl-                       the Oneida County CSEA and
    department may be Fred A. Her- j y. stitt, president; Hugh E. H a m - ick, held its first official meeting                    Harry Johnson, the CSEA area                After the presentation members
    man, who has been County per- uton, and Mrs. Margaret Ross,                                                                   representative. J e a n Coluzzi, the     01 the Clinton chapter were given
                                                                            recently    at Elmont     Memorial                                                             an opportunity to ask questions of
    sonnel director for five years and       Commissioner Hamilton died High School. The meeting heard                           cl-atpers recording secretary and
                                                                                                                                 I.ouis Eddy. CSEA delegate were           the CSEA officers present.
    city personnel director for four last fall and President Stitt died g reetings from Arnold Moses, Nas-
    years before that.                  1 recently. Mrs. Ross resigned when .'au County CSEA field represen-                      also present.
       The proposed department would she accepted a school clerical post tative, and Joseph Ferlauto of                               Johnson spoke on the l/60th re-
    have four divisions:                  under civil service.              .he State Employees Retirement                        ti'-ement bill. He was followed by       Suffolk Nurses
                                                                                                                                  3 .'limando who talked on tlie sal-
       • Examinations (obtaining or          James E. Robbins is the lone System. There was a discussion of
                                                                                                                                  a r j program.                           Are Upgraded
    developing tests, scheduling and commissioner member. He was ictirement benefits and group life
    announcing tests and giving the named to succeed the late Com- i'lsurance.                                                        The discussion on the salary           RIVERHEAD — Registered
    tests and maintaining security).      missioner Hamilton. Hopefully, he    Backing up the president are:                      program for the Clinton School           nurses of Suffolk County have
                                                                                                                                  t3:nployees centered around the          won a two-grade upgrading as
       • Records (eligible lists, veter- will be joined within a month by Mrs. Rita Zimmerman, vice presi-
                                                                                                                                  pr-ssibilities for a general increase    a result of demands by the
    ans' credits, personnel cards, pay- two more members to be appointed derjt; Mrs. Madeline Quigley, treas-
                                                                                                                                   n wages for all non-instructional
    roll certification, rosters and can- by the Watertown city council.     uier, and Lillian Romano, sec-
                                                                                                                                  employees, including clerical work-
                                                                                                                                                                           C^vil Service Employees Assn.
    vasses).                                                                letary.                                                                                           The adjustment, whicli gives
                                            Pass     your     copy    of    The                                                   ei-s, cafeteria help, custodians,        the R.N.'s a 10 per cent pay boost,
    • Recritment (publicity, estab- Leader          on   to a        non-memher.                                                  cleaners, matrons, and bus driv-         was voted by the Suffolk County
                                                                                                                                  ers.                                     Board of Supervisors following

                                                                                             Eligibles
                                                                                            SR ( .\.SK WKR KKIK ( O
                                                                                                                                   Any salary demands made will
                                                                                                                                 he in addition to the step system
                                                                                                                                 niaintained by the Clinton School
                                                                                                                                                                           negotiations with CSEA. On the
                                                                                                                                                                           negotiating team were Mi-s. Mary
                                                                                                                                                                           Z.egner of t h e Health Department
                                                                                   1 Vost A JJulfulo . .                         District.                                 unit. Mrs. Dorothy Schmidt of the
                                                                                                                       01.7
                                                                                       Williams J BultaaU)             S7.(t        Other   plans   included:   an   in-   County Infirmary unit and field
                                                                                   ;t Kiiic.slo P Gctzville            tCt.O
                                                                                   4 Voime C Butfalo                   HO.II crease in the paid sick days from             lepresentative John D. Corcor-
                                                                                   ')
                                                                                   ,•• Ut)l)ci(8 M Buffalo             HO..-!                                              an J r .
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                                                                                   ( PcllcKTine F ("lieclttowaffii     8lt.l
                                                                                   7 Shaiiahan T Biilfalo              80.0                                                   T h e Suffolk chapter, CSEA. is
                                                                                   « Ki.'li 1. Derby
                                                                                   1 Kiuzk()\\>lu P Buffalo
                                                                                    (
                                                                                                                       8O.0
                                                                                                                       77.a        Onondaga Drive                          f..rmulating an appeal for public
                                                                                                                                       (Continued from Pag:e 3)            health nurses, who are also seek-
                                                                                         SK CAHKWOKKKK I'I II ASHT
                                                                                       Mfi'traii M Hambiiitr           It.'.l    deductions for the Blue Cross -           infr upgrading.
                                                                                       (JiKulman 1' Biiffaa'u          !U.5
                                                                                       S.vlvfstfi- M Buffalo           80.1»     Blue Shield major medical insur-
                                                                                        Kuhn K Cohleii                 8r..8
                                                                                       Oaainha.h V Buffalo
                                                                                       .laikiiian A Buffalo
                                                                                                                       8.',.;i
                                                                                                                       85.1
                                                                                                                                 ance plan are being made this
                                                                                                                                 month,' she said.
                                                                                                                                                                           Taconic Chapter
                                                                                       I'ahntT W Lancaster             8:t.{)
                                                                                       Bcllaiose A Kciunont
                                                                                       llayinaii R Wiliaamnvil
                                                                                                                       8;i.t
                                                                                                                       8;!.';
                                                                                                                                    The county already has put the         Presents Scrolls
                                                                                       (•|'oi(l.v A OrelianI I'arU     8';.8     same health plan into effect for             RHINEBECK—Louis Rolon of
                                                                                       Covcrl (} Buffalo               8'.'.0    its employees.                            Elizaville, president of the T a c o n -
                                                                                       Ijevi'iiior M Touiiwaiula       81.1
                                                                                        Zci'h D Kcmiioie               80.8         Onondaga chapter made the              ic Charter No. 57, Civil Service
                                                                                        I'liilliDH U W Sfticea         80.7      plan one of its major requests for        Employees Assn.. presented framed
                                                                                        Cannon ti Buffalo              80.U
                                                                                       U f u l t r F Hainlnuv          80.4      several years until, the county           certificates of merit for faithful
                                                                                       l.ai)orlf R C'laiciue           71».0
                                                                                                M Buffalo            71>.y       tnen     the   City  granted    em-       service to retiring employees of
                                                                                       Bauer L Depcw                 7ii.'!      ployees the insurance coverage.           tht Taconic State Park Commis-
                                                                                       HukIu'h ('Buffalo             78.0
                                                                                       Moll F Buffalo                T8.7           The chapter also has pressed           sion at the chapter's annual din-
> PRESENTS BILL                  state Senator John E. Flyim of the                    (iooilwiu R I..aiU'a8tei'    78..7         successfully for a group life in-        ner-dance     at   Beekman     Arms,
  34th District and chairman of the Senate Committee on Civil Service                  ( iman T Buffalo               78.4
                                                                                       WclKi' J Buffalo              78.'.'      surance plan for county em-               Rhinebeck. on April 15.
  and Pensions, is shown here with Ruymohd Wheeler of Troy, display-                   Uainitloii J Buffao           78.0         ployees, for higher wages and sal-
                                                                                       Hickcy J Buffalo              77.8                                                     Harold Dyer, general manager
  ing u copy of the Senate bill authorizing merit awards for retired                   Hire K Buffalo                77.7         aries. for other benefits for work-      of the Taconic State Park Com-
  State employees. Wheeler has been instrumental in having many                        Kalwiu F Keninort!             7 7,5
                                                                                       TaalUo F Buffalo              77.'J       ers.                                      mission. and Roland Block, assist-
  bills passed to aid the elderly and retired. Senator Fiynn was the                   Wo!! R Buffalo                77.1           Mrs. Hilda Young and Mrs. Ar-          i?nt general manager, spoke in
  sponsor of this legislation. The bill, S-1167. was the first bill of the                    INOL'S FUKMNiiMNT !»IH1             lene Brady are co-chairmen of            honor of the occasion. More than
  fretthnian senator from Yonkers to be sigued into law by tiie Governor.           1 (ioldvatli   J   Duuiieiuora      87.1
                                                                                    * iiaker 1 Oi»«iuuiy                70-1      the campaign.                            ICO employees and g       s attended.
  Tiiestlay, April 25, 1967                                                        CIVIL            SERVICE                        LEADER                                                                                             Page             Eleven

                                                                                                    Stock Clerks                       Sobelsohn School                                          a? New Jersey. Tuition of $100

   Records Director Job                                                                          Onondaga County is accepting
                                                                                              applications until May 3 for an
                                                                                              examination for stock clerk to be
                                                                                                                                       Offers Insurance ft
                                                                                                                                       Real Estate Courses
                                                                                                                                                                                                 includes the text.           *
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Courses in Real Estate meet on
                                                                                                                                                                                                 AK/nday and Wednesday evenings

   Offered By CSEA;                                                                           held June 3. Salaries for this posi-
                                                                                              tion start at $3,925 or $4,420, de-
                                                                                              pending upon location.
                                                                                                                                   The Sobelsohn School at 165
                                                                                                                                West 46 St., New York City and
                                                                                                                                the Werbel Institute (Nassau)
                                                                                                                                                                                                 at both Schools—beginning May 10,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 in Hempstead and May 17, in New"
                                                                                                                                                                                                 York. These classes will prepare
                                                                                                                                                                                                 candidates for the August or

   Salary To $12,430                                                                             Candidates must have been legalbranch of the Sobelsohn School
                                                                                                                                at 165 Jackson St., Hempstead,                                   September New York State exam-
                                                                                              residents of the municipality in
                                                                                                                                I ong Island, have announced their                               niations for salesmen and brok-
                                                                                              which they are seeking appoint-
                                                                                                                                schedule of classes for Insui-ance                               e)fc'. All instructional materials are
       The position of Director of Records Is now open In the                                 ment for at least six months be-
                                                                                                                                and Real Estate for the coming                                   included in the fee of $85.
  Civil Service Employees Assn. The position in the 147,000-                                  fore the exam date.
                                                                                                                                Spring-Summer session.                                              All courses are approved by the
  jTiember organization pays a salary ranging from $10,330 to                                    For further information, con-
                                                                                                                                   The Insurance Course will be-                                 appropriate State agencies govern-
  $12,430 yearly, with five annual increments, plus additional                                tact the Onondaga County De-
                                                                                                                                gin May 4, in New York and                                       .n? licensing. In 'addition, the
                                                                                              partment of Personnel, 204 Public
  jncrements of $420 at the end of                                                                                              May 3, in Hempstead. Classes in                                  Sobelsohn School is approved by
  ten and fifteen years service.          pf-rtaining to membership and in-                   Safety Bldg., Syracuse, N.Y.
                                                                                                                                New York meet on Tuesday and                                     the New York State Department
      Applications for this position      surance records and accounts. The                                                     Thursday evenings, and classes in                                of Education.
  M i l l be accepted until May 15.
                                          incumbent will be directly respon-                     Teacher's Retirement           Nassau on Monday and Wednes-
                                          sible to the executive director of
I     The minimum qualifications in-                                                            The Teacher's Retirement Sys- day evenings. Both will prepare
  clude a high school or equivalency      the CSEA. Personnel supervision of
                                                                                              tem met last Wednesday at their and qualify candidates for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Do You Need                          A
  c'iplom'a and atr least eight years of  clerks and stenographers engaged                                                      September Insurance Examina-
                                          in that area of the overall oper-                   oitices, 40 Worth St., to approve
  administrative experience or gen-                                                                                             t k n s in New York State as well
                                          ation will also be included in the                  applications submitted during the
   eral management or office super-
|#visory experience requirmg the use       appointee's duties.                                last month.                                                                                                     High School
' of independent judgment in de-
j ciJsion making.
                                             For further information and ap-
                                          plications for this position write
                                                                                                        MONEY
                                                                                                                                                               scHooi                                         Equivalency
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Diploma^
       This background should include
                                          to the Civil Service Employees
                                          Assn., 8 Elk Street, Albany,
                                                                                                                                                            [ifuivalenai
\ at least three years experience in
   planning and supervising a data
                                          New York.
                                                                                           WE TAY $10 hr for NOTHING
                                                                                            but your opiiiioiMi, wiitteii from
                                                                                            home about o>u- cilents' procUicfs
                                                                                                                                                            DIPLOMA
                                                                                                                                                       This N.Y. Stole diploma
                                                                                                                                                                                                               for civil servivc
^ I.iocessing         operation involving                                                   ami publications. «rnt you free.                                                                              for personal satisfaction
                                             The City-wide telephone num-                   Notliinsr to buy, srll, oaiivaps, or                                     equivalent
   knowledge of the capacity and .             ^         „ ,                . ^             leain. NO S K I L U NO GIMMICKS.                           of groduotion from a 4-                            B Weeks Course Approved by
' limitations of data processing bcF to Call in emergencies to sum-                         Just lioiieely. Dolails from HE-
                                                                                            SE.'XRCH,      No. rSL, Bo.x 009,
                                                                                                                                          yeor High SchooL It is voluoble to                               N.Y. S t a l e Education Dept.
                                          mon either police or ambulance                                                                  non-gradoafes of High 'School for:
I equipment as well as punch card                                                           Mineola, >;.Y. 11501.
                                                                                                                                              • Employment • Promotion                                  Write or Phone for Informatlor
; layout and design. Computer tab- is 440-1234.                                                                                             • Advanced Edutolionol Trolning
i U'ating machine operation experi-                                                                                                               • Personal Sotisfoction                            Eastern School AL 4-5029
   ence only will not meet the                                                                                                               O u r Special Intensive S-Week                           721 Broadway N.Y. 3 (at 8 St.)
                                                 SCHOOL FOR EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT
                                                                                                                                          Course prepares for official exoms                           Plea«e write me free a b o u t the Hlrti
 ' CSEA's requirements for this po-                                                                                                       conducted at regular intervals b y                         School EqutTalenoj claaa.
   fition.                                                                  Academy Hall, Room 16D                                        N. Y. State Dept. of Education.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Name
       Substitution of graduation from                                    853 Broadway a t 14 S t r e e t                                  Attend In Maiili.-iUan or J»inalca                        AddreM
^ an accredited college or university                                          New York, N. Y.                                           ENROLL NOW! Classes Meet                                    Boro                                    PZ           LI
   may be granted for two years of                                                                                                                     In   MHiiliiilliiii
                                               W E PREPARE                    YOU      FOR:                                               Me«'t»i   MoikIh.v   &   \ \ i'iIiicmIh}'   at
   the required experience.                                                                                                                         5::M> or : ::I0 r . M .
                                              College Boards                              H i g h School Equivalency Diploma
       Candidates must be residents of                                                                                                                i>r •l!iiiis)i<-ii
                                              C i v i l Service Tesii                     College Placement Tests                          Mwts Tiiesdiiys iiml TliiirKdajs at
   New York State. They must be                                                                                                                 .TM.", or 7:1.% f . M .                                        FOR ALL TESTS
    of good moral character and be            WE OFFER YOU SMALL GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IN:                                                                                                      A I U O ROOKS AVAU.AHLB AT
                                                                                                                                                    BE OUR         GUEST
    .'n good physical condition. Con-                  A L L reading skills                   Science skills
                                                                                                                                                                                                        PAUL'S BOOK STORE
                                                             vocabulary skills                      grammar skills                             Fill 111 and B i m e          Coupon
    viction of a felony or misdemeanor                            mathematics skills                      composition skills                                                                         18 E. 125fh St.. N.Y.CIty 35. N.Y.
* may bar appointment.
                                                              ATTEND ONE SEFSION WITHOUT OBLIGATION                                                                                                                    ROOKS     MAII.ED
^      The work of the Director of                                                                                                        DELEHANTY            fNSTITL'TI                   |
                                                                                                                                                                                                              SAMR      nAY     AS      OKDEKED
^ ^ e c o r d s includes supervision and             Continuous course meets, Saturdays, 10 A . M . - 1 P.M. at above address             113 Eoif IJ St.. Monhotlon
 M a - e c t i o n of all CSEA operations                                                                                                 Dl-01 Merrick Blvd., JniiiHlcs                                        10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
                                                                                                                                          Nome                                                              Saturday 11 A.M. to 6 P.M.
                                                                                                                                          AddreiJ                           >....-..                              |>lione or Mail Ortlers
                                                                                                                                        ! Cit>-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                   Int. tniltr th* Liwi of N.Y. Still
                                                                                                    •   It's a
                                                                                                                                                 EARN MORE IN BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT AS A
                                                                                                        Power Drill                       • COURT REPORTER • CONVENTION REPORTER • EXECUTIVE
                                                                                                                                          SECRETARY • MEDICAL-LEGAL SECRETARY • SCIENTIFIC SECY.
                                                                                                                                                                               REGISTER NOW FOR SUMMER and
                                                                                                    •   It's an
                                                                                                                                                                                         FALL CLASSES
                                                                                                        Orbital Sander                                                         FREE 1967 IN-COLOR BROCHURE AT

                                                                                                        sturdy metal box, with
                                                                                                        carrying handle mounts
                                                                                                                                                                                        WO 2-0002
                                                                                                        easily for handy wall
                                                                                                        storage.                                                                       259 BROADWAY
                                                                                                                                                    (tniln to Cliniiil)«r« ,St., IWouklyii ItriilKe ur City i l a l l                 SIu(Iuiir)
                                                                                                    All desicned to five you highest
                                                                                                    quality long Hie precision per-
                                                                                                    formance!


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                                                                                                                                                                                                          $00.00 — 60 Houre
                                             • stick type helper handle • Knob type helper
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                                             Allenhead wrench • 10 Drill Bits • 3 Sabre Saw                                                                        COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMING UNLIMITED. INC.
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                                                                                                                                                    Leorn Troctor Trailer Bus Driving In The Bronx
                     rOOAY
                     AT.,.                        ARGUS RADIO                                                                           Sinit«tion — P.O. Testi — Individual Trelning Only — Roed Tests —• R««. Refei.
                                                                                                                                        Te«miter Triinlng — 2Y2 Ton Stick Shift Mail Truck PracKct. $10 Per H r .                                               —

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                             (Corner 2nd A v t n u c ) n Ilk. lust of Bloomingdolc)                                                     MONROE INSTITUTE^IBM COURSES                                     Keypunch, Tab-Wii-inf,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Coinputei* Piograiiiiulii*.
                                                                                                                                        Special PREPARATION fcOR C I V I L SERVICE TESTS. Switchboard. Eieclrlc. T»vlii».
                                                                                                                                            NCR BooklieewinB machiue. H S. KQUlVALENCY. Day *                      Eve ClaeiM.
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Page Sixteen                                                     CIVIL         SERVICE                LEADER.                                            Tues<!ay, April 25, 1967



Southern Conf. Urges $1000 Mediation Demanded
                              By
Salary Boost In '68; Upgradings, CSEA As Clerics'
feathers' Benefits Also SoughtReallocation Is Denied                                                                 (Continued from Page 1)           Informed of the CSEA's demand
  WINGDALE—A request for
a minimum $1,000 across the                                                                                    the total picture on wages.          rt«w for mediation, Mrs. Poston
board salary increase was re-                                                                                     Mrs. Poston then hinted that a s.^id; "If the Governor wishes to
commended for all State em-                                                                                    Siirvey of the entire State salary appoint a mediator, I will cooper-
ployees next year by delegates to                                                                              s^nedule was in the works when ate with him because it would be
the Spring meeting of the South-                                                                               s^e declared "it makes more sense beneficial."
ern Conference, Civil Service Em-                                                                               zo study the whole structure and       At Leader press time, no ans-
                                                                                                                get a broad-based lock."-           wer had been received from Rocke-
ployees Assn., at the Hariem Val-
ley State Hospital here last week.                                                                                 Her comments on the Commis- feller's office on the CSEA request
                                                                                                               sion's decision were careful to for mediation. A new labor rela-
   A resolution, implementing the                                                                               oenote that the Commission was tions law passed by the Legislature
request, will be sent to the Salary                                                                             not ruling out later consideration ynd signed last week by the Gov-
Committee of the State Associa-                                                                                 of "certain cases" where there may ernor does allow for fact finding
tion, according to Issy Tessler,                                                                              I be possible basis for upgrading. in such salary reallocation dis-
conference president.                                                                                         ' She said, howewer, that material putes. The bill does not become e f -
     A second resolution passed by                                                                            1 presented to the Commision failed fective until Sept. 1. But it is be-
 the delegates called upon the                                                                                  to justify the request for any mass lieved that the Governor now has
State to retui-n the five days per-                                                                           ^reallocation of the State clerical the power to appoint such a
s' nal leave for all Institutional                                                                            I titles.                             mediator.
teachers to bring them the same


                                                                                                                 Blis IV. Adams Is Pres
benefits as other State employees.
A realignment of teachers' hours SPEAKER —— Thomas Luposello, standing, program specialist
recently resulted in the loss of for the State Civil Service Employees Assn. was the guest speaker at
the leave benefit.                     the recent meeting of the Southern Conference, CSEA, at the Harlem
    A third resolution approved by Valley State Hospital, Wingdale. Seated on the dais, left to right,
 the delegates called upon the are: Issy Tessler, presiden of the conference; Merton Gamble, social
fciate to upgrade the safety of- chairman of the hospital chapter; W. Reuben Goring, field repre-
                                                                                                                 Of Dutchess Co. CSEA
ficer titles to a level parallel with sentative and William Wyman, conference treasurer.
                                                                                                                   POUGHKBEPSIE—Ellis W. Adams was elected president ;
the State's correction officers and                                                                          of the Dutchess Unit, Civil Service Employees Assn., at a
                                                                                                             meeting conducted recently at the Dutchess County Court-

                                      Erie Co. Employees
to provide the safety officers with
adequate and modern equipment                                                                                 house Annex. Adams is a senior environmental health tech- \
v'lt.h which to carry out their                                                                              nician with the Dutchess County
                                                                                                                                                   contulant to the unit's officers and
c'uties. In addition to regular                                                                              Health Department.


                                      Get 1 2v2% Pay Raise
                                                                                                                                                   member ex-officio on the Board
police duties on the grounds, they                                                                              Elected as e.xecutive ,vice presi-
                                                                                                                                                   of Directors. He also represents
a'-e also called upon for control                                                                            dent was Mrs. Beatrice M. Shef-
                                                                                                                                                   the County chapter as State dele-
of patients in the institutions and                                                                          field, secretary to the president of
                                                                                                                                                   gate. Netter expressed his appre-
/or fire fighting duties.                                                                                    Dutchess      Community      College.
                                            (Contknued from Page 1)       peatedly in the long negotiations Other officers elected were John       ciation to the members for their
    The conference constitutional                                                                                                                  cooperation and his confidence
                                      word for chapter officers who, he tnat led to the pay increases.       P. Dakin, Sheriff's Office, Charles
and by-laws revision has passed                                                                                                                    that the County Unit will con-
                                      said, "really worked very hard"               Aid For Buffalo          Stampf, Health Department, and
its second reading and has been
sent to the State Association's
                                      and he noted "assistance at every     Rath turned down a personal John P. McManus, Highway De- tinue to make gains in employee
                                      level" was given by Henry J. $3,500 raise. He gets $29,000 a partment, as vice presidents; Mrs. relations in the future.
headquarters in Albany for ap-                                                                                                                        Elected to the board of directors,
pcoval. When this is received, Gdula, the CSEA field represen- yeai.                                         Sylvia    Shore, Motor        Vehicle
Jolin Deyo, president of the Dis-     tative in the Buffalo area.           "I only wish we could do some- Bureau, recording, secretary; Mrs. for the coming year were Joseph
trict eight chapter. Department oi       Erie County Executive Edward thing now for the City of Buffalo Lindwina Viet, Health Depart- Giove, Highway Department; Mic-
Public Works and chairman of the      Rath said the pay hikes, which ' employees," Cummings said,            ment, corresponding        secretary; hael Schroder, Sheriff's Office:
revision committee reported, cop-     will amount to S3.6 million for j Firemen, policemen and other and Mrs. Mary LaPolt. Highway Mrs. Elizabeth Schwartz, Welfare
                                                                                                                                                   Department; Miss Alicia Church-
ies will be printed and bound for the balance of 1967, will improve I Buffalo workers are demanding Department, treasurer.
 t'.istribution .to chapter officers  Erie County's "competitive posi- ' pay raises but the city is strapped     E. Matthew Netter, Highway ill, Home and Infii-mary; John P .
and committee members .               tion in efforts to recruit good financially.                            Department, has served as the Albano, Supreme Court; Harry
                                      county employees."                     "We'll do everything we can," group's president since its incep- Cook, Health Department; Mrs.
    Deyo also reported on the State
C^fistitution Convention and its
                                         CSEA stressed that point re- Cummings said.                          tion in 1964. He will serve as Theresa O'Donnell, D u t c h e s s
                                                                                                                                                   Community College; Mrs. Edith
potential effects on public em-                                                                                                                    Gerard, clerk's,off ice; and Walter
ployee benefits. Deyo is a mem-                                                                                                                    Still? Sealer of Weights a n d
ber of the CSEA's watchdog com-
mittee and the Civil Service Com-
mittee on Constitutional Protec-
                                       Capital Conf. Honors Lochner & Field Men
                                          LATHAM—The growth and
                                                                                                                                                   Measures.


                                                                                                                                                   Willowbrook School                    i
tion. He explained the pitfalls
lor civil service employees which prosperity of the Civil Service                                                                                   Credit Union Elects                  \
could negate gains made in the. Employees Assn. over the past
                                                                                                                                                      The Willowbrook State School
p<st in terms of pensions, mer't      36 years was traced last week
                                                                                                                                                   Employees Federal Credit Union
system and other benefits.             during the annual Presidents'
                                                                                                                                                   held Its fourth annual meeting re-
    Some 100 delegates and officers Night dinner of the Capital Disr                                                                               cently. Elected to the Board of
of member chapters attended the trict Conference, CSEA, at Ra-                                                                                     Directors were: Ernest C. Palcic,
meeting which was addressed by fael's—this year a tribute to Jos-                                                                                  president; Marie Salvatroe, 1st- ^
Thomas Luposello, former South- eph D. Lochner, CSEA Executive                                                                                     V ce-president; Irene Hillis, 2nd ^
r:T. Conference area field repre- pirector, and three Albany area                                                                                  vice-president; Dominick Setaro,
 sentative and now program spe- field representatives.                                                                                             treasurer; Harry Huffman, sec-
cialist for the Association. Lupo-       When Lochner joined CSEA 36                                                                               retary.
 sello pointed, out the progress years ago he was the only paid                                                                                       Other officers elected were: on
made by CSEA during the past employee of the then 8,000 -                                                                                          I he supervisory committee: Rut,h
i-egislative session and reported on member Employees Assn. A. Victor                                                                              Delaney, Ethel Stevens, George         '
the bills still awaiting signature Costa president of the Conference,                                                                              A'eski; on the credit committee,
by Governor Rockefeller.              related an interesting story about                                                                           Thomas Delaney, Mary Clark,
    Host for the meeting was the Lochner before presenting him                                                                                      vVilliam Roberts; on the educa-       i
Harlem Valley State          Hospital witli a silver engraved plaque for                                                                           tional committee, Eileen Sparnroft,     |
chapter, represented by Merton liis "36 years, of dedicated service                                                                                Ri'bert Silverman, Robert Hansel,
Gamble.                                to the cause of the civil service                                                                           Clarence Stevene: assistant treas-
                                      employees."                                                                                                  urer, John Demartinis.
                                            A recent mailing was sched-                                                                               A dividend of 43;% was de-
     Unveil Plaque                       uled by CSE.% headquarters
                                         and when Costa and other         HONORED
                                                                                                                                                   clared by Palcic for the end of
                                                                                                  Joseph D. Lochner, executive director of the 19C6.'A total of 589 members was
    ALBANY - A plaque marking the        members reported to the          Civil Service Employees Assn. and CSEA fleid representatives were ictched In 1966. Loans extended to
location of the first headquarters       headquarters building, they      honored recently by the Capital District Conference, CSEA, at a members reached $43,73.89 at the
of the State Police has been un-         found Lochner hard at work                                                                                 end of the year. Assets were
                                                                          dhmer in Latham. Shown, left to right, Joseph Dolan, field represen-
veiled at the State Capitol.             stuffing the envelopes. When                                                                               $44,355.51.
                                                                          tative; Lochner; A. Victor Costa, president of the conference; Edward
    The plaque was Installed on the      asked about this, Lochner re-
                                                                          Gusty and Joiiu Carey, field representatives.
wall outside Room 100 In the             plied, "Well, this is how I                                                                                Vetoes Police Bill
Capitol. Two State troopers on           started with CSEA —taking        public relations for the Employees Gusty.                                   ALBANY—A bill to prevent
horseback provided the backdrop          oatf of the mall—and I still     Assn. He Introduced the three          Some 400 persons attended the small communities from establish-
iov the program, recalling the early     know how!                        field men who were presented with diimer arranged for by the Con- ing strict residence requirements n
days when troopers patrolled on          Toastmaster for the occasion certificates oi appreciation—John ference social committee, under /or police officers has been vetoed
horseback.                            was Oary Perkinson, <iir«€tojr of Carey, Joseph Dolaa and Edward Mary Hart.                                   by thf Ooveroor.

				
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