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Public Servants Loyal A n :   Calls For
Dedicated Says Lefkowitz;
Cites Lag In Advantages   ResolutionOn
   "While we have made signifi-
cant advances In conditions of
salary, working; hours, redress of
                                       in private employment," Attorney
                                       General Louis J. Lefkowitz said
                                       last week.
                                                                                         public attention. But every breach
                                                                                         of duty by a government employee
                                                                                         is displayed In the news media and
                                                                                                                                 Pay Retirement
grievances, pensions and other           The Attorney General addressed                  reflects upon the entire civil
fringe benefits, the public em-        the New York City Chapter of                      service.
ployee still falls far short of the    the Civil Service Employees Asso-                    " W e have seen far too much of
advantages enjoyed by his brother      ciation, Inc., and installed new                  this in recent days.
                                       officers of the organization at a                    " I do not for one moment con-
                                       dinner meeting at Gasner's Res-                   done those who are false to their          ALBANY, Sept. 12—A resolution         are insufficient.

Mahoney, Feily
                                       taurant, 78 Duane Street, New                     obligations. They deserve public        calling for a guaranteed half-pay           It is an Interesting fact for
                                       York City,                                        censure and such punishment as          retirement for all State employees       example, that the old 80 year
                                          In his address to the Associa-                 is prescribed for their acts. But       without regard to the amount of          plan was designed to provida
                                       tion Chapter, the Attorney Gen-                   their fellow civil servants must        their contributions has been called      a retirement benefit of one-

In Tribute To                          eral said:                                        not be made to suffer for the           for by Joseph F. Feily, president        half of the final averag®
                                                                                         improprieties of the few.               of the 90,000-member Civil Service       salary and was, many yeain
                                          "Government and its employees
                                                                                            "The overwhelming majority of        Employees Association.                   ago, referred to as the "60
                                        must Join forces in a vigorous

Jack Kurtzman
                                                                                         government      employees, on all          In a letter to Henry Shemin,          year one-half pay plan."
                                        program to raise public esteem for
                                                                                         levels, are dedicated public serv-      chairman of the Employees' As.so-                 Term Used Now
                                        the civil service.
                                                                                         ants. They need not flinch from         ciation Resolutions      Committee,         This Is equally true of tha
                                                    Too Much Spotlight                   any tests of comparison with the        Mr. Feily asked that his proposals       State Troopers 25 year retire-
  Slate Senate Majority Leader            "As in every line of human en-                 men and women in private in-            be approved as a resolution to           ment plan, which most of t h «
Walter J. Mahoney will be among         deavor, there are the few un-                    dustry.                                 be presented to the more than 700        Legislators and, indeed, even,
those paying tribute to Jack            principled persons who prove false                  "While we have made signifl-         delegates at the CSEA annual             the Comptroller in his own
Kurtzman at a testimonial dinner        to their trust. When the employee                cant advances In conditions of          meeting next month who can act           handbook relating to Stat®
following the regular meeting of        in private Industry does something               salary, working hours, redress of       on It.                                   Police referred to as tho
the Western Conference of the           wrong, It rarely merits widespread                      (Continued on Page 16)              Approval by delegates would           Troopers' 28 year one-half
Civil Service Employees Associa-                                                                                                 make the Peily request a plank           pay retirement plan.
tion Sept. 24, Albert C. Killian,                                                                                                in the official CSEA legislative            Because of the Infiation of

                                         Metro Conference Will
Conference president announced.                                                                                                   program for 1961, Tha Idea al-          •salaries over the years the
   Mr. Killian, who said the tribute                                                                                             ready has the full endorsement of        original estimates as to tho
                                                                                                                                 the CSEA Pension and Insurance           employees' contribution rata

                                         Form Minute Men' Corps                                                                   Committee.
                                                                                                                                    In making his proposal, Mr.
                                                                                                                                  Felly made recognition of the fact
                                                                                                                                                                          necessary to provide a trua
                                                                                                                                                                          one-half retirement allowance
                                                                                                                                                                          have been thrown akllter.

                                         To Aid CSEA Legislation                                                                  that such a guarantee would re-
                                                                                                                                  quire a new retirement plan but
                                                                                                                                  pointed out that such a program
                                                                                                                                                                          Thus, for the State Police and
                                                                                                                                                                           for all membei-s of the Retire-
                                                                                                                                                                          ment System, today's retirees
                                           Plans for a legislative 'Minute-              overlooked but also is understood. was the original Intention when               are retiring with benefits
                                         Men' corps to aid the cause of                      "No one can tell the story of the Retirement System was or-                  greatly reduced below the one-
                                         civil service legislation will be               the civil servant better than the ganized.                                        half figure.
                                         announced at a meeting of the                   public employee himself," said                    Details of Proposal                I propose, therefore, that
                                         Metropolitan Conference of the                  Mr. Bendet. "For that reason, I             The outline of Mr. Felly's re-        the State establish a com-
                                         Civil Service Employees Associa-                will call on members throughout quest to Mr. Shemin i-eads as                     pletely new Retirement Plan
                                         tion at Kings Park State Hospital               the Metropolitan Conference area follows!                                         under which members of tha
                                         Sept. 17.                                       to serve as 'Minute-Men' in carry-             I should like to submit for        60 year plan would be able to
                                           Solomon     Bendet,   Conference              ing our message through on both             the consideration of the Reso-        retire after 35 years at one-
                                         president, announced that he will               the state and local levels."                lutions Committee a proposal          half pay, and under which
                                         appoint subcommittees through-                               "It's Our Job"                for "new guaranteed retire-            members who had elected the
                                         out the Conference area to con-                     Mr. Bendet said an attempt will         ment benefits," which would               (Continued on Page 3)
                                         tact legislators and county sup-                be made to designate specific               provide a guaranteed one-half
                                                                                                                                     retirement to aU State em-
                                         ervisors on a steady basis to as-
                                         sure that vital legislation effect-
                                                                                         members to contact specific legis-
                                                                                          lators and local officials.                ployees regardless     of   the     Letchworth Village
          JACK         KURTZMAN          ing public workers is not only not                  " W e all know that a legislator or      amount of their contribuiions.     Employees  Assured
to Mr. Kurtzman will be held in
                                                                                          public official Is going to lend a             I make this proposal fully
                                                                                                                                      cognizant of the total signifi-
                                                                                                                                                                         U.S. Not Interested
                                                                                          more willing ear to a constituent
the Peace Bridge Motel, Buffalo,                                                                                                                                            ALBANY, Sept. 12—The Civil
also announced tliat Joseph P.              Rochester, Monroe                             than to an earnest person who
                                                                                          nevertheless, cannot vote in his
                                                                                                                                      cance of such a sweeping
                                                                                                                                      change in concept. What has
                                                                                                                                                                         Service Employees Association has
Peily, CSEA'president; State Sen.
Earl Brydges, and William Law-
                                            County Aides To                               precinct. This is political realism.        occurred over the past 20
                                                                                                                                                                         received a number of inquiries
                                                                                                                                                                         concerning a rumor that the
less, Justice of the Supreme Court,         Hear State Official                            What we want Is, in essence, to            years is that employees have
                                                                                                                                                                         United States Government       In-
                                                                                          let our representatives know how            been receiving substantially
also will deliver accolades to Mr.          On New 5-Point Plan                            we want to be represented," Mr.            less than they anticipated
                                                                                                                                                                         tended to take over part of the
Kurtzman, who has been pro-                                                                                                                                              property of Letchworth Village for
                                                                                           Bendet continued.                          they would receive at the time
moted from field representative               Isaac Hungerford, administrator                                                                                            a U.S. missile base.
                                                                                             "Let's not wait for others to do         of their retirement because
Of the Western CSEA area to gen-            of the New York State Retirement                                                                                                The Association made appro-
                                                                                           the job we should be doing our-            the employees' contributions
eral supervisor of the field staff          System, will discuss the 5-point                                                                                             priate Inquiries to the State De-
                                                                                           selves — this will be our theme,"          toward their annuity accounts
with headquarters in Albany.                contribution   plan to     the System                                                                                        partment of Mental Hygiene and
                                                                                          he declared.                                                                   has been advised that a check
       ^Continued on Page l(i)              developed by the Civil Service Em-
                                                                                                    Future Program                                                       was made with federal agencies
                                            ployees    Association     at    an   open      Mr. Bendet announced also that       Capital   Conference                    and with tha Governor's offlea,
                                            meeting next week.
        Welthea B. Kip                        Mr.     Hungerford will       speak on
                                                                                          the Conference meeting, which Is
                                                                                                                                 Planning Session                        and to the best of the knowledge
                                                                                          to start at 1 P.M., will also devote
    Welthea B. K.p, long      active In j           l^n and other benefits of the         attention to possible action on        Set for Sept. 14                        of the State Department of Men-
                                                                                                                                                                         tal Hygiene no plans have been
 the aitairs of the Civil service'                                                        several sections of the Association      The Capital District Conference       suggested to take over part or all
 Employees Association, died at;            ^^ Monroe County clmp er, CSEA                program for the coming year.           of the Civil Service Employees           of the property in Letchworth
 home in Canton, N.Y.. last week            ^^ 8 p.m., Sept. 20 In Rundel                   Items to be discussed will In-       Association will meet Sept. 14 for       Village for any purpose for use
                                            Library, South Ave., Rochester.               clude betterment of the Retire-
 after a long illness, The Leader                                                                                                a planning session on the Confer-        by the U.S. Gvernment.
 learned at press time.                        Mrs. Ruth McFee, chapter pres-             ment System; State salary In-          ence program and goals for the             Apparently    this rumor was
   Miss Kip was a charter member            ident, reported that both the City            crease and grievance procedures.       1960-61 term. Hazel Abrams, Con-         started by a reference in a local
 and past president of the St.              of Rochester and Monroe County                                                       ference president, announced.            paper adjacent to the Institution
                                            were considering use of authority
 Lawrenca County CSEA chapter                                                    State Fair Passes        Sent                      The meeting will be held In           to the effect that part of the
 and was a foiniei' member to the           that would allow them to pick up      ALBANY, Sept, 12—To encour-                    Jack's Restaurant, State Street,         property of tha Institution might
 Statewide CSEA Board of Direct-            the first five points of an employ- age attendance at the State Fair,                Albany.                                  be taken over.
 ors.                                       ee's contribution to the System.    State Agricultural Commissioner                     Miss Abrams, by the way. Is
   Services and buiial weia early              All public workers in the coun- Don Wickham sent passes to nil                    r e p o r t e d completely i'ccovered     Pass your copy of The Leader
 tht;i week.                                 ty ars iuvlted to attend.          departtneul employees.                           from her lecent illness.                      Ou to a Nuu-Membar
                                                                               New Law Will Giv«

       IN CITY Civil SERVICE                                                   Higher Disability
                                                                               And Death Benefits
                                                                                                                                    First New Constitution in 42

Two Named fo
             ^-tm By R I C H A R D EVANS J R .

                                       Sept. 19 Deadline
                                                                                  It has been      reported from
                                                                               Washington that the President
                                                                               will sign into law the Wier Bill to
                                                                                                                                    Years Maries Firefigliters'
                                                                                                                                    International Convention
                                                                               liberalize cash benefits to Federal
Top Police Posts                       For Evening Courses                     employees disabled on the job and
  Police Commissioner Stephen P.          City employees have until Mon-       to survivors of those killed while
Kennedy    has    assigned  deputy     day, Sept. 19, to register for any      working.
chief inspector Robert J. OBlloti      of this autumn's wide selection of         I'he Administration     and the                     Adoption of the first new con- tion was held in New Y o r k State,
to command of the uniformed            voluntary evening courses offered       Democratic Congress worked to-                       stitution in 42 years was one of even though its largest constituent
force in Manhattan East. The           \jnder the New York University-         gether to get the bill through. I t                  the major items of work at the unit is the more than 10,000>
Commissioner designated Deputy         City College Municipal Personnel        will raise the minimum rate for                      Iniernatlonal Association of Fire member New Y o r k City Uniformed
Inspector William P. Brown as          Program and the Board of Educa-         total disability to $180 a month,                                                         Plremens Association.
                                                                                                                                    Fighters convention, held through
commanding officer of the Police       tion Special Fi-ee Evening Pro-         and the minimum death benefit                                                                T h e new constitution contains
                                                                                                                                    Sept. 3 in Buffalo.
Academy, succeeding Chief Gal-         giam. All classes start the week        for widows to $108, and for widows                                                        many revisions necessitated by the
latl.                                  of Sept. 26, the City Department        with children to $168.                                 T h e convention had the largest Landrum-Orlffin       Act.  It  alBO
   Chief Gallatl Joined the depart-    of Personnel has announced.               T h e bill also raises the pay-                    attendance on record, according makes permanent the 40 cent per-
ment on June 6th, 1940 and has            New courses to be given this         ments for burial, rehabilitation of                  to Association spokesmen. This capita tax each local must con-
served in patrol, detective, plain-    year are Conversational Spanish,        partially dl.sabled employees, and                   was also the first time In the I n - tribute every two years to the
clothes and supervisory and ad-        Speaking for Radio and Televi-          for attendants to take care of dis-                  ternational Association's 42-year International. Other revisions are
ministrative capacities. He was         sion, Labor Relations in      City     abled employees.                                     history that its annual conven- too extensive to report in detail.
in command of the Police Acad-         Agencies, Law for Inspectors and                                                                                                                    Other m a j o r items included dis-
emy since December 30th, 1955.         Investigators,   and Court     Pro-                                                                                                              cussion of a survey showing that

                                                                               Examination Fees Abolished
    Chief Gallatl holds the Bache-     cedure for Criminal Court Per-                                                                                                                   twice as many firefighters had
lor of Science and Bachelor of         sonnel.                                                                                                                                          died in the performance of their
L a w Degree from Fordham Uni-            Other courses cover such sub-                                                                                                                 duties last year than the year
                                       jects as administrative techniques                                                                                                               before, and that the incidence of

                                                                               By State As of November 1;
versity, a Masters Degree in Law
f r o m St. John's University and a    and human relations skills for                                                                                                                 ! line-of-duty Injuries had increased
Doctor's Degree in Jurisprudence       supervisors,   work    improvement                                                                                                               by one-third.
from Biooklyn Law School. He is        techniques, conference leadership,                                                                                               Other reports submitted and

                                                                               Seen As Recruitment Aid
currently working toward a Doc-        social case work supervision, public                                                                                          discussed covered occupational dis-
tor of Philosophy Degree in Public     speaking, public housing manage-                                                                                              eases, the hazards of radioac-
Administration at New York Uni-        ment, effective writing, vocabulary                                                                                           tivity, inadequate personnel and
ver.sity.                              building, reading     improvement.
                                                                                                                                                                     equipment for Are fighting at the
   Deputy Inspector William       P.   Civil Service examination tech-             Governor Rockefeller has an-                     our State," he said. " I am de-
                                                                                                                                                                     nation's 650 busiest airports, and
Brown joined the department on         niques, accounting, office practice,    nounced that T , N, Hurd, Director                   lighted that the system of exam-
                                                                                                                                                                     a committee report on Metrpoli-
on the same day as Chief Gallati.      .speed   stenography,    and   IBM      of the Budget, has approved the                      ination fees, which acted as a
                                                                                                                                                                           (Continued on Page 15)
He was assigned to the Police          wiring.                                 request of Commissioner H. Eliot                     deterrent to that goal, will be
Academy in 1956 and organized                     City Hall Area               Kaplan of the Civil Service De-                      abolished."
the Graduate School Police Sci-           All college classes meet in the      partment to waive all remaining
ence Program of the Academy in         City Hall area, for 10 two-hour         fees for Civil Service examina-               Clerk, Lab. Aide                                                Evening Session}^
conjunction    with  the    Baruch     weekly sessions. The fee for N Y U      tions, effective November 1, 1960,       T h e New York City Civil Service
School.                                courses is $15 and the C C N Y fee      or as soon thereafter as possible. Commission has approved a re-
                                                                                   Under the State Civil Service quest f r o m the Brooklyn Borough
                                                                                                                                                                                                EDUCATION COURSES
   Before entering   the    Depart-    is $12. Board of Education courses
ment, Inspector Brown studied at       are free and meet in three cen-         law, examinations fees ranging President's Office for                  selective                                     for SCHOOL
Brooklyn    Polytechnic   Institute.   trally-located trade schools for 12     f r o m $2 to $5 have heretofore been certifications of male names only                                           SECRETARY LICENSE
H e holds the degrees of Bachelor      weekly sessions of about two hours      levied, the size of the fee depend- to fill one clerk appointment and                        School Orgonixation
of Arts, Master of Public Admin-       each. All classes begin at 6 p.m.       ing upon the salary of the job one aide appointment.                                           & Administration. . 2 Credits
istration and Doctor of Philosophy        Employees may register by mall       involved. T h e law permits fees                                                             Schoot Records
                                                                                                                                                                              & Accounts                   2 Credits
from New York University; the          by sending a separate registration      to be waived by the Civil Service
                                                                                                                       Revised Specifications
latter in Public Administration.       form foi' each course and a check       Department, however, subject to                                                            TUITION. $9 Par CrMtIt
                                                                                                                        T h e New York City Civil Service                 FALL REGISTRATION: Sept. 19-20,6-8P.M.
  Chief Gallati succeeds Assist-       for the amount due, made out to         approval of the Director of the
                                                                                                                     Commission last week adopted re-                     ClaSMt iMiln September 26
ant Chief Inspector Thomas L.          the appropriate school, to the          Budget. Approximately half of the                                                                    a i W E S T MTALM "SS"
                                                                                                                     vised job specifications f o r the
                                                                               fees for the 2,409 State titles al-
Bums, who retired on July 7th,
1960 after 40 years of service in
                                       Training Division, Department of
                                       Personnel, Room 200, 299 Broad-         allocated salary grades have al-
                                                                                                                     title senior foreman of housing
                                                                                                                     caretakers and the title typewriter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                NEW YORK CITY
the Department.                        way, New Y o r k 7, New York. Em-        ready been waived. The action
                                                                                                                     maintainer.                                                                                COMMUNITY
              *   •   «                ployees may also register in person      will phase out the remainder.
                                                                                                                        Revised specification sheets will
 Health Dept. Legion                   at the Training Division from
                                        9 A. M. to 6 P. M . during the
                                                                                        Recruitment Advantage
                                                                                    I n approving this step Mr. Hurd
                                                                                                                     be sent to each City department
                                                                                                                                                                         [ m K A M . n . , rxLVN i • n             MIM

 Post to Install
                                                                                                                     and agency for Inspection by                                       •rMUyaBmlWI
                                       registration period, and until 6        said: " T h e fee system places New
                                                                                                                     affected employees.
  The 24th Annual Installation         P.M. on September 16.                   York at a competitive disadvan-

                                                                                                                                    •Anyone Can Finish High School
Dinner and Dance of the Health           Additional information, registra-      tage with other Civil Service
Department's     American    Legion    tion forms, and copies of the new       jurisdictions and with private em-
Post No. 1193 will be held in the      bulletin, "Evening Courses for City      ployers In its effort to recruit           S 6 Muutlily
                                                                               qualified applicants, particularly          incliillM ftll
Hotel     Margaret,  97   Columbia     Employees," and flyer describing                                                    Bnokii, Eiaine, -4 A n y b o d y e a a fiiilih H I » H S C H O O L b y s t » d y
Heights, Bklyn., on Thursday eve-                                               for positions which require spe-            liMlivlihml    -4
                                       the voluntary evening program                                                       liihtriH'llonI     I n g A T H O M E in S P A R I T t M t . I f y o *             hove
ning, Sept. 15.                                                                 cialized skills. Abolition of these                  •
                                       may be obtained from the Train-                                                                        l e f t H 4 G H S C H O O L , taarf t e d o y            for    your
                                                                                fees is an important step forward          Our Sdidwiti     ^
  The new president to be in-          ing Division ( C O 7-8880, Ext. 231).                                                liHve riilMtd   2 f r o o 59 p a q o b o o k l e t a i d t a m p l e l o s s o a w i t h -
ducted at the meeting is Dr. Oma                                                in attracting talented individuals         over IMK)        ^
                                                                                                                                              out obllgatioR. S<iowt y o n b o w .
                                                                                                                            I'olleRm!       3
H. Price, health officer of the                                                 to the service of New York State."
M o t t Haven Health Center.           Correction Officer                        T h e system of fees was inaug-
                                                                                                                                        A M E R I C A N S C H O O L DEPT. »             APS*
  A special tribute will be paid                                               urated during the 1930s when
                                       Answers Unchanged                                                                                130 W . 42 S t . . N e w Y o r k 3 « , N . Y . Pli. I R y o a t f - 2 4 0 4 D a y o r           Nigbt
to Past Commander Samuel Sig-                                                  there were many more thousands                           Kfin) nie j o u r f r « » A9-|iii|!e Hllih Niliuol Booklet.

oda,     Robert  Lawless,   Charles        The answers for the New York        of applicants than there were                            Nam®                                                                        *             Age
                                                                                                                                        Adrtre..                                                                                  Apl
Reader, Honora Dansby and Dr.           City examination for correction        positions available. Under today's
                                                                                                                                        t'lly                                                 ..Zone                     Hfiito
Gustave Steffen, marking their          officer ' m e n ) , taken June 25 by   economic conditions, however the
retirement from City service, and       2,142 candidates, will remain un-      State is spending extra staff time,                                                I OUR 63rd Y E A R !
to Walter Foley, director of per-       changed. Forty protests were made      money and travel expense to en-
mits, who has 50 years' service.        of 16 test Items.                      courage applicants to file for ex-                                            Sadie Brown                              Say»z
                                                                               aminations. Revenues from the
                                                                               fees for fiscal 1960-61 are an                             NOW is the time to enroll for
                                                                               estimated $95,000.
                                                                                     Fees Termed 'Outmoded'
                                                                                                                                              Special Courses in
                                                                                                                                          BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
                                                                                 I n announcing that agreement
                 CALENDAR                                                      had been reached to abolish the
 ex.    GEORGE ASSOCIATION, Fire Department, Regular Meetini,
                                                                                                                                           EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL
                                                                               system, Governor Rockefeller com-
       Tuesday, Sept, 20. 8 p.m. in the Tough Club, 243 W. 14th St., Manh.,    mended both Mr. Hurd and Com-
      refreshments.                                                            missioner Kaplan for removing
 A M E R I C A N LEGION POST l l » 3 . Health Department. Installation         an outmoded barrier to tm.ploy-                                         with ipeeialitation in Solesmansliip,
      D>nner and Dance, Hotel Margaret, 97 Columbia Heights, Bklyn.,           ment.                                                                       Advertising, Merciiandising,
       Thursday evening. Sept. 15.                                               " T h i s Administration wants and                                     Retailing, Finance, Manufacturing,
 A M ' H O R CLl!B, BRANCH 39. regular meeting. 8 p.m. Tuesday. Sept.          needs the best qualified people                                              Radio and Television, otc.
       13, 428 Broadway, Manh,, all Knights of Columbus members                available in the government of                                       Also REFRESHER                                        COURSES
                                                                                                                                                         DAY & EVENING                                           CO-ED

                                                                                                                                                   Also COACHING COURSES for
       432, Regular Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Wednekday, Sept, 14, Machinists                C I V I L SEHVICB L S A D E H
                                                                                    Amwlca'a Leadini Newnumiasln*
       Bldg., 7 E. 15th St., Manh.
                                                                                            (or Public E a i p l o j M i

                                                                                                                                        High School                                                                  Diploma
 H E B R E W S P I R I T U A L SOCIETY, Sanitation Dept., Regular Meeting,           L K ^ U E K r t U L l C A i ' l U N B , INC.
       Election of Officers. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15. 40 E. 7ih St..         •T Dumin 81., New Vurk 7, N. T ,                                                                EQUIVALENCY
                                                                                       Telephoiiei BEekiiiau a-4i«l«
       Manh.                                                                     Entered a> aecond-cUea matter October
 COLUMBIA ASSOCIATION OF S A N I T A T I O N D E P T . , Meeting foi             8, 1U30, » t the poet office at New                       m n e IR
                                                                                                                                           TMHO in " l e t w e e e m e
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                                                                                 Yorli, N. r . , uuder tbe Act ct Uu-cb
       Delegates and Alternates, 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, 175 Oxford           8, 1879 Member ot Audit Bureau e t
       St.. Bklyn.. refreshments.
 V'IKEMEN AND OILERS. Local M, Meeting, Local Union Office, 1860
                                                                                   Sabivrlptleo Price 84 M Pet l e M
                                                                                            ludltlilUBl cowkw, I t u
                                                                                                                                                                                                      _             INSTITUTE
                                                                                     U S A U Tbe L«a<iu »yuf
       Broadway, Manh., 7 p m , Tuesday, Sept.                                               f t M      OpperluolUe*
                                                                                                                                              501 MADISON AVE. (S2 S t . )                                  •        P L 1-1172
TuencTay, J ' p p l p n i W IS,                                      CiViL          'SERVICE                   LEADER                                                                    P a g e Tlirie®

                                                                               Si/rvey Shows California

                                                                               Civil Service Closer To
                                                                               Merit System Than N. K
                                                                                     (Special T o The Leader)             New York's three on six-year               " I n fact, California has so few
                                                                                 A L B A N Y , Sept. 12—An Upstate        terms. Neither are supposed to           employes not under competitive
                                                                               New York editor, writing in the            be political; New York's by-law          civil service that its Civil Service
                                                                               shadow of the State Capitol, has           has both parties represented. Cali-      Employes       Association has   ac-
                                                                               compared Civil Service In Cali-            fornia's board holds public meet-        knowledged that a few more might
                                                                               fornia and New York and found              ings; New York's closed ones. The        even be desirable In policy or
                                                                               State pay reports to be public             California board annually draws          confidential spots.
                                                                               docunients in the West but not in          up a public document recommend-                     Few Provisionals
                                                                               the East.                                  ing basic wage changes in terms             " T h e state's 35 departments
                                                                                 David H. Beetle, editor of The           of similar pay in private industry.      average fewer than three non-
                                                                               Knickerbocker News, also found             In New York, a classifications           competitive      employes  each   or
                                                                               that the role of patronage was             officer —- entirely apart from the               (Continued on Page 16)
                                                                               small in California compared to            board — does a somewhat similar
                                                                               New York.                                  job privately for the Governor."
                                                                                      CS Board Differences                         More Patronage Here
                                                                                 In a series of editorial page
                                                                               articles. Mr. Beetle wrote: "Cali-
                                                                                                                             On patronage, Mr. Beetle wrote:
                                                                                                                          " A New Yorker doesn't inquire Into      Retirement
                                                                               fornia's equivalent of the Civil           California government very long
After 24 years of service, Dr. Helen E. Elliot, deputy assistant

                                                                               Service Board (The State Per-              without discovering that he's talk-
commissioner of Mental Hygiene, announced recently she will
                                                                               sonnel Board) has five members             ing with career Civil Service em-
retire from state service on October 1. On hand to bid fare-
                                                                               on 10-year staggered terms to              ployees at levels which in New
well to Dr. Elliot at a luncheon in Albany recently were mem-
                                                                                                                          York would be filled by political
bers of the State Department of Mental Hygiene's central                                                                                                                 (Continued from Page 1)
office staff. David Saron, who became director of personnel                                                                                                          55 year option would be able
for Suffolk County on September 1, helps Dr. Elliot sample                     Rockefeller Praises                           " I n New York, for example, the        to retire at one-half pay after
                                                                               N.Y. State Public                          State Constitution says that state
her "good luck" cake while Paul H. Hoch, State Mental                                                                                                                30 years, and under which
                                                                                                                          employes shall be hired after com-
        Hygiene commissioner looks on from the rear.                                                                                                                 Troopers and other persons
                                                                               Welfare Officials                          petitive examinations "whereever           who are under the 25 year
                                                                                                                          practicable."                              plan, would be able to retire
                                                                              G R O S S I N G E R ' S , Sept. 12 —

Changes in Sfate Title
                                                                                                                             "But what's practicable in Cali-        at one-half pay upon comple-
                                                                            Gvernor Rockefeler, speaking here
                                                                                                                          fornia (at least, they're doing It)        tion of 25 years of service.
                                                                            at the Northeast Regional Con-
                                                                                                                          doesn't seem to be "practicable"

Structure Announced
                                                                                                                                                                       I believe that it Is high time.
                                                                            ference of the American Public
                                                                                                                          In New York. Either that or the            Indeed, first that the State
                                                                            Welfare Association, had high
                                                                                                                          Constitution in being bypassed.            simplify and reorganize the
                                                                            praise for New York State officials
   The New York State Depart-                                                                                                      Laborers Competitive              Retirement System along the
                                        reallocated: Civil service district in the field.
ment of Civil Service has Just re-      representative, from grade 15 to                                                     "California puts day laborers.          Unas of my proposal for guar-
                                                                              Mr. Rockefeller told the group
leased Its latest salary and title      18; parole employment officer, that as Governor he " f e l t fortu-               Are observers, nurses, park work-          anteed retirement allowance
determinations Including additions      from grade 13 to 14; secretary to nate, indeed, to be able to work                ers, department counsel, Informa-          of one-half pay and second,
and deletions from the State title      Department of Civil Service from in these areas with such outstand-               tion officers, deputy      attorneys       that It provide a method
structure, reallocations, temporary     16 to 18; supervisor of payroll ing leaders in their fields as Ray                general, Capitol guards, char-             whereby an employee would bo
salary increases and reclassifica-      analysis, from 18 to 20,                                                          women, chefs, part-time workers            able to know precisely what
                                                                            Houston, commissioner of social
tions.                                                                                                                    and seasonal employes all on com-          his r e t i r e m e n t allowance
                                                                                welfare; Dr. Herman        Hilleboe,
              Nt'w Titles                      Temporary Pay Raise                                                        petitive civil service.                    would amount to at the time
                                                                                commissioner of health and Dr.
   T h e following titles have been       The minimum salary has been Paul Hoch, commissioner of men-                        " I n New York, the great bulk          of retirement.
added:      administrative   officer,  increased temporarily for the fol- tal hygiene."                                   of these employes can be Just so              I recommend this for the
public service; associate civil en-    lowing: associate public health                                                    much party patronage if the party          consideration      both   of  the
                                                                                   He told tlie conference: " I t Is a
gineer (materials), deupty chief       ph.vsician (medical i-ehabilitation),                                              in power wants to work It that             Resolutions Committee and
                                                                                pleasure for me to meet tonight
engineer (highway planning and         statewide; dental hygienist, Cen-                                                  way and the appointees have                the Pension Insurance Com-
                                                                                with you who are devoting your
waterways I; director of banking,      tral Islip State Hospital; grounds                                                 few basic qualifications for getting       mittee of our State Associa-
                                                                                lives to the cause of public wel-
research and statistics; district      construction f o r e m a n , Oyster                                                the Job done.                              tion.
                                                                                fare. Yours Is a high calling, one
supervisor of fish and game; .and      Bay; planting foreman            Oyster
                                                                                in which I have a great personal
public lands surveyor-examiner.        Bay; research scientist (psychol-

                                                                                                                          Wassaic Chapter £lects
                                                                                Interest and with which I feel a
             Reallocations             o g y ) , Letchworth Village; super-
                                                                                strong Identity."
   T h e following titles have been visor of English education State-              The Governor pointed out he
                                       wide; tree pruner foreman, Oyster

                                                                                                                          Robert Soper President
                                                                                had been a member of the Board
Psychiatric Chapter                                     Reclassified
                                                                                of Health of Westchester County
                                                                                for 21 years and that one of the
Sets First Fall Meet                      The following title has been "most exciting periods" of his life
                                                                                                                            The tally of the ballots cast In       the Chapter grievance machinery
   The Psychiatric Institute chap- eliminated and added as shown was with the U.S. Department of
                                                                                                                          the recent election of officers of       will soon be reactivated.
ter of the Civil Service Employees because of reclassification: super- Health, Education and Welfare.
                                                                                                                          the Wassaic State School Chapter           A n all-out membership drive is
Association is planning to hold its vising forester Grade 18, elimi-               Mr. Rockefeller renewed his op-
                                                                                                                          of the Civil Service Employees           being planned to re-canvass cur-
first fall meeting on Wednesday, nated—new title is senior forester, position to a residency require-
                                                                                                                          Association for the year 1960-81         rent employees who are not mem-
Sept. 28, at 4 p.m. in the 10 North Grade 18.                                   ment for relief and mentioned
                                                                                                                          is completed.                            bers and to offer the services of
Classroom. It will be a dinner                                                  that New York State had created
                                                   Titles Eliminated                                                        Officers selected include: Robert      the CSEA to new employees of the
meeting.                                                                        a Public Welfare Personnel Classi-
                                           The following titles have been flCBtion Commission to help meet                L. Soper, president;          Raymond    Institution.
    The Institute's director. Dr.
                                        eliminated: associate civil engi- the problem of attracting sorely                S u l l i v a n , vice-president; Mrs.     Carl Sabo and Robert L. Soper
Lawrence C. Kolb, will be the                                                                                                                                      will represent the chapter at the
                                        neer (fire prevention) associate needed           qualified welfare       per-    Helen Beck, secretary; William
guest speaker. Also addressing the
                                        civil engineer (highway program- sonnel.                                          Shaffer, treasiner;        Carl  Sabo,   Fall Meeting of the Southern
meeting will be Solomon Bendet,
                                        ming), bobsled run superlntend-                                                   delegate; and Mrs. Doris Roiwrts,        Conference at Rockland        State
president of the Metropolitan New                                                                                                                                  Hospital, Orangeburg, N. Y . on
                                        ant deputy chief             engineer                                             nominating committee chairman.
York Conference of the CSEA.
                                        (canals), director of highway pro-      Capitol Hill Choral                       Mr. Shaffer and Mr. Sabo are             September 18, 1960 at 8 P. M .
    Congratulations are extended to
 Mrs. Madeline      Misjner on the
                                        gramming head clerk (certifica-
                                                                                Society Starts Year;                      incumbents.                              and at tlie Golden Anniversary
                                                                                                                                                                    Annual Meeting of the CSEA
                                        tion) horticultural aide mine and
recent marriage of her daughter,
                                        tunnel Inspector principal civil        WelcomesNewcomers                           Formal installation of officers
                                                                                                                          of the Chapter is being planned          which will be held at the Concord
 and Mrs. Misner Is wished a                                                       The Capitol Hill Choral Society                                                 Hotel, Kiameslia Lake, N. Y . from
                                        engineer (highway programming),                                                   as a highlight of the picnic sched-
happy vacation. Get well wishes
                                        public lands engineer senior civil of Albany, will start rehearsals               uled for Saturday, October 15th          October 3-6, 1960.
are extended to Mrs. Mary Dolan
                                        engineer (highway programming), for Its new season at 8 P.M. Sept.                at Wastaschen Park.
of the Nursing Department.
                                        senior claims examiner           senior 13 In St. Peter's Guild House,
    Happy vacations are also wished mine and tunnel Inspector, and State St., Albany,                                           Membership Drive Set               Buffalo Chapter
 to Sal Butero, Chapter president; supervising mine and tunnel In-                 Five State agencies and depart-          Appointments to the executive,         Meets Sept. 21
 and Ronald Corsettl, first vice spector.                                        ments have employees partici-            publicity, membership, grievance           The Buffalo Chapter, Civil Ser-
president. Also, to Catherine Mc-                                                pating In this choral group, which       and social committees will be an-        vice Employees Association, will
Oausland, L o u i s e     McClelland,                                            will present four major concerts         nounced at the next Chapter              hold its first chapter meeting for
Joseph     Drury,    Oussle  Arnold,                                             this year. T o be heard are the          meeting on September 19th, at            the 1960-1961 season on Wednes-
 Evelyn Anderson, Nora Costello,            Trustee Reappointed                  Brahm's     "Requiem;"     Handel's      which time the Chapter will be           day, September 21.
 Mildred Cannon, Thelma Elsey,                                                                                            formally organized to function
                                           A L B A N Y , Sept. 12 — Samuel "Messiah;" Bach's "Christmas Or-                                                          This meeting will begin at 7:30
 John . .vans, Clifton Thomas and                                                atorla" and "Passion According to        for the best Interests of the 745        P.M. promptly In the Hearing
                                        Hrtusmaii of Great Neck has been
 John Rhodes.                                                                    St. Mattiiew," and Purcell's " K i n g   employees of the institution who         Room of the State Office Build-
                                      ' reappointed        to the Board      of
    Cora Mae Sheets of the Nursing                                               Arthur."                                 are currently members of the             ing. Presiding over his first chap-
 D^-partment has been elected as Tru.-tees of the State University                 Person's Interested In Joining         Chapter, A full-scale social pro-        ter meeting will be newly Installed
 represntativ for the Mental Hy- for a term ending June 30, 1970. the Society may call Hazel Abrams                       gram is being       formulated,   •      President, John J. Hennessey. All
 tluutt Employees Association for His aapointment will be subject at HEmlock 4-5347 after 5:30 P.M.                       publicity and public relations pro-      chapter members are urged to at-
 the coming year.                       to Senaiu confirmation In 1^(>1.         daily.                                   gram is to be put luto eftecl and        tend.
   U.S. Service News Items Agencies Study Navy's
                                                                                                                                                                                  Seminar    was     held   to   assist
                                                                                                                                                                                  those managing our State Insti-
                                                                                                                                                                                  tutions and facilities in their con-

                                                                                Maintenance Cost Control
                                                                                                                                                                                  tinuing efforts to hold down main-
                            By GARY STEWART                                                                                                                                       tenance costs."
                                                                                                                                                                                     He added that the Department
Army Civilian Retires                    ISFFE      Convention                   Albany, Sept. 12 — J. Burch            The program has successfully re-                          of Public Works is "warmly grate-
                                                                               McMorran, State Superintendent           duced costs through the use of
After 21 Years Here                      Opens     in City                                                                                                                        ful to Admiral Kehart and his
                                                                               of Public Works, reports a main-         advanced management and in-                               stafT for their cooperation."
   Joseph Cochrane of Floral Park.          The biennial convention of the
                                                                               tenance management seminar for           dustrial engineering c o n c e p t s
Long Island, retired last week           National Federation of Federal                                                                                                              State agencies that sent execu-
                                                                               State officials was held In New          which permit economy without
after 21 years of civilian service       employees opened this week at the                                                                                                        tives to the seminar include the
                                                                               York City last week to study the         loss of efficiency.
                                          Jdison Hotel in New York City                                                                                                           Departments of Mental Hygiene,
with the Army.                                                                 Navy's methods of      controlling
                                         with members of Congress and                                                     "While the program was orig-                            Social Welfare, Correction, Health,
   He received the First U.S. Army                                             maintenance costs.
                                         top officials of Federal agencies                                              inally shaped to the special needs                        Education, Civil Service, the Divi-
jertlflcate of meritorious service for                                           T h e session was arranged by
                                         here to address the group.                                                     of the Navy, Its principles can be                        sion of the Budget of the Execu-
accomplishments during his past                                                the Division of Architecture oJ
                                            T h e convention will draft a                                               adapted to the needs of other                             tive Department, the Stete U n i -
seven years in the First Army's                                                the Department of Public Works
                                         "broad program to strengthen and                                               governmental agencies," Superin-                          versity, and the Department of
tiansportation section where he                                                and was presented by the Civil
                                         Improve the Federal career civil                                               tendent MoMorran said.       "This                        Public Works.
served as transportation opera-                                                Engineer Corps, U. S. Navy, Bur-
                                         service system." A record number

                                                                                                                                   Shoppers Service Guide
tions officer of       the   Highway                                           eau of Yards and Docks, under
Transportations Branch.                  of more than 700 resolutions will
                                                                               the direction of Rear Admiral
  T h e citation read In part,  . .      be acted on by the delegates.
                                                                               Martin W. Kehart. New York
He displayed a superior degree of           There will be delegates to the
                                                                               Area Public Works Officer.
proficiency and tact In analyzing        coiivention   from   NFFE       locals
                                         throughout the country, U.S. po.s-            Admiral Opens Seminar                       PART-TIME JOB                                           PERSONAL             NOTICES
and completing special projects.
                                         sessions, and abroad. I t is expected     T h e seminar was opened by                     OPPORTUNITIES                                  t ' A i a removed permanently, electrolral*,
His ability and technical compe-
                                         to have the largest attendance of Admiral K e h a r t and John J. Far-                       HOW TO GET                                      no regrowtb guaranteed In every caa«,
                                                                                                                                                                                      tS years' experience    Ernest and Mil-
tence, togther with his willingess
                                         any convention in the organiza- rell, general supervisor of build-                        That Part Tim* Jok                                 ijred Swanaon. 11.1 Stan. Albany. M. T .
to counsel and assist others, per-                                                                                                                                                  BO S-4S88.
                                         tion's 43-year history.                ing construction for the State          A h u d b o o k o ( Job o p p o r t u n l t m arallabli
mitted him to make significant                                                                                          now, b7 8. Normao f e l n g o i a *             Baiuld
contributions to the accomplish-
                                                       *   •  •                 Department     of   Public   Works.     L i l t f o r itudenU, tor employed adult*                                 UTILITIES
                                                                                Naval officers and       technicians    and peopl* over 65. Oat ttaia inta.'uabl*                 S C N D E L L CO., INC. .'iflo Central Avenne,
                                                                                                                        ruida for f l . 6 0 plua lOc (or mallliK
ment of the mission of the Trans-        Campbell         Reelected             explained the controlled mainte-        Send to        L E A D E R BOOK           STORE     8T
                                                                                                                                                                                  Albany, N . Y . Tel. 4-2HIIO. Quaker Maid
                                                                                                                                                                                  Kitchens. St. Charles Kitchens.
portation Section."                                                                                                     Ouana Strwt. N V C
  During the hectic years of
                                          To Head AFGE                          nance program formulated over
                                                                                                                                                                                           Appliance           ServicM
World W a r I I , when    priority          The national convention of the
                                                                                the past several years by the                          Help Wanted                                Sales A Servic«         lerumi      Keli igu Stovea,
                                                                                Bureau of Yards and Docks for           P A R T T I M E r l e r k ' « l liflp. average $16        Wash. Machines, cumbo sinks. Guaranteed
transportation was at a premium,         American Federation of Govern-                                                    week or belter workinif as j-our fclie-                 T R A C T R E F R I G E R A T I O N — C Y «-68nO
                                                                                all major Navy establishments.             dnle perniita. Da.v. eveninns and weeU-                240 B 148 St i 1204 r a . l l e H||| AT BS.
Mr. Cochrane set up a system for         ment Employees, held in Cincin-                                                   entip. Field and office it^l           vier hour                T R A G I SRKVICINCl r 4 ) R P
speedily evacuating the wounded          nati, Ohio, has closed with James                                                 to start. Reply in your liandwriliiifl. Box
                                         A. Campbell reelected president Fort Joy, Governors
                                                                                                                           38, 0 / 0 The Leader, 87 Duane                St..
from ship-side to Army hospitals                                                                                           New Y o r k 7, N . Y .

in the New York area.                    after a battle with Thomas G. Island, Has                 Openings
                                                                                                                                          FOR        SALE
               *    *   *
                                         Walters for the post.                  For        Stenographers
                                            Walters, who was set to run on                                                      T Y P E W R I T E R BARGAINS
                                                                                   T h e Headquarters at Fort Jay,       Sinltb-$17.S0: Dnderwood-$22 6U otbc,^
IS.Y. Post Office Takes                  Campbell's    side for      secretary-
                                                                                on Governors Island, has openings
                                                                                                                        Pearl Broa, 476 Smith, Bkn TK 5-.ia'.i4
                                         treasurer, pulled a last-minuti^
lip Shwk on RR Strike                                                           now for stenographers, in salary           PHOTO         COPY       &      FI?ilSHII\G
                                         switch and ran against him. Mr.
   The New York Post Office is           Walters congratulated Mr. Camp-
                                                                                grade GS-4, paying $78 a week.          D E V E L O P I N G , printing, enlarging Photo            Adding Machines
putting forth every conceivable                                                    Applicants will be required to          copy It copy negatives           '20% oft to            Typawritcri
                                         bell on his victory, but hard feel- !                                             C.S. employeea. D. & L. PHOTO SER
effort to take up the .slack caused                                             qualify in a U. S. Civil Service           VICE, 4 Spring St.. Albany. Tel          HE
                                         ings still remain with some of                                                    4-6841. Drexel C. Gordon                                Addressing Machines
by    the  Pennsylvania    Railroad                                             examination, if they do not al-                                                                        Ooarsnteed     AIHO R;entnl*, R«pslff*
                                         Campbell's backers who feel they
strike, and Postmaster General           were double-crossed.
                                                                                ready have civil service status.        Low Cost • Mexican Vacotion                                           ALL LANGUAGES
                                                                                   Interested applicant's s h o u l d   Jl.SO per penon, rm/bd & batb in Re
Summerfleld has arrived in New
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York to see that everything pos-                                                telephone W H 4-7700, Extension         Send $2.00 for Directory        Satlelaction                            CHelsm A-xntUI
                                         of the AFL-CIO Letter Carriers                                                 Suaranteed. E   E. Britlault.    )I0    Post                118 W. SSril 81   NKW V H K           1 N. 1
sible is done to move the mail                                                  21169.                                  Ave. N. T 84. N. T
                                         union, who also ran for A F G E
during the emergency.
                                         president, was defeated without
   Mr. Summerfleld was reportedly         getting a single vote.
pleased with New York Postmaster
                                            Esther P. Johnson, who headed
Christenberry's work in diverting
                                          the faction opposing Campbell,
70,000 sacks of mail normally
                                         was reelected to her post as secre-
handled by the Pennsylvania to
                                         tary-treasurer, and Mr. Campbell
other railroads and to over-the-
                                         rejected the suggestion of a vice                      IF YOU O W N E D
road trucking.
                                         president that he resign as he
   To supplement the post office's        had threatened earlier to do if                 THE                                 THAT
90 trailers and 44 tractors, 45 pri-      she was reelected.
vately owned trailers and 20 trac-                                                                   LAID THE G O L D E N
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                                                                                                                                  4144. Senior draftsman (gen-                                           ADVT.
                                                                                                                                eral). $5,246 to $6,376.
                                                                                                                                  4145. Principal draftsman (gen-

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   Over    60 examinations,      from          tenance foreman, $4,740 to $5,790.        Investigator, $4,740 to $5,790.
which hundreds of jobs will be                   4130. Parkway foreman,' $3,660           License inspector, $3,870 to             DR. J O H N T. F L Y N N                       "fca    enam,         blue     cheese       and    oh

filled, are now open for the filing            to $4,560.                                    $4,780.                                      Oplnmrlrlnt - nrthoplit                ives,    Honey,        is our Blue            Shield^
of applications with the State of                4131. General parkway foreman,          Lottery control investigator,              300 Weit 23rd St., N. Y. C.                  paid         up?"
New York. The jobs are in vari-                $4,740 to $5,790.                             $4,502 to $5,512.
ous      departments,   in   locations           4132. Assistant signal engineer,         Marketing license Inspector,
                                               $6,410 to $7,760.                             $4,070 to 5,010.
throughout the State.
    All the tests, except those with             4133. Senior valuation engineer,        Motion picture Inspector, $4,-
                                                                                                                                                AIR-CONDITIONED                          CLASSROOMS
an asterisk before the number,
require one year's residence in
                                               $7,818 to $9,408.
                                                  4134. Law stenographer, 2nd
                                                                                            070 to $5,010.
                                                                                          Rent      inspector,    $4,380   to
                                                                                                                                    3 Steps to a Successful Career!
New York State.                                judicial district (open to residenU                                                1. Enroll Early for SPECIALIZED D E L E H A N T Y P R E P A R A T I O N
                                                                                             $5,250.                              2. Attend Classes Regularly & Participate In Written Quizzes
    For this first group of examina-           of Kings and Richmond counties),
                                                                                          T a x collector, .$4,280 to $5,250.     3. Devote Adequate Time to Valuable Home Study Material
tions, applications will be accepted           appointments expected at $5,200.
                                                                                       4139. Senior lottery control in-               Competition is keen in most Civil Service Bxains. Often. In the more popular
until September 26. They are:                    4135. Senior      editorial  clerk,                                               Entrance and PromotioanI tests, a Jew pereentaje points make ttia differenc®
                                                                                     vestigator, $5,516 to $6,896.                 between siicijess and failure. Lonu experience proves tliat the most successful
    4124. Senior draftsman (struc-             $3,500 to $4,350.                                                                   students are usually those who faithfully follow a program such as that out*
tural), $4,280 to $5,250.                         4136. Hospital equipment ad-                   Until October 3                   lined above. Tliey invariably dominate the top places on the eli»:ibte lists
                                                                                                                                   and achieve early appointment to the positions they seek.
    4125.    Principal     draftsman           visor, $6,410 to $7,760.             Applications will be accepted
 (structural), $5,246 to $6,376.                4137. E>eputy state reporter, ap- for the following group of exam-                          2 P o p u l a r N. Y . C i t y E x a m s to Be H o l d Soon!

                                                                                                                                               PATROLMAN - FIREMAN
    4126. Senior hydro-electric op-           pointment expected at either $6,- inations until October 3.
 erator, $4,502 to $5,512.                                                          4141. Toll colector, $3,500 to
                                              000 or $7,000.
  4127.   Head    Janitor,     $4,280      to
                                                4138. Investigator-inspector — $4,350.                                                           $5,325 t o $6,706 in 3 Y e a r s
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^ L I E A P E R .                                                    Letters to the editor must be
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                                                                                                                                                   ay HAROLD L. HERZSTEIN
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                                                                                                                                           Mr. Herzstein Is a member of the New York bar
                Jerry Finkeislein, Coniiilling Piihli.iher
Puul Kjer, Kililor                        Riihnrd Evans, Jr., City Kilitor                                                                     and an authority on Civil Service Law
                    N. H. Miigcr, Biiiiness Manager                                     Thanks Leader for
  lOo per copy. Subscription Price $2.00 to member of the Civil
      Service Employees Association. $4.00 to non-members.                              Patrolman   Coverage                           Kennedy Can't Cancel List
            .    TTJE.SDAY, s i ^ T E M B K R          13, 1960                  31     Editor, The Leader:                       AT THE PRESENT TIME there is an eligible list in existence
                                                                                            You are certainly to be thanked for patrolman in the City of New York. It was established by the
                                                                                        for your coverage of the patrol- Department of Personnel on April 8, 1959. The list has a maximum

City Saves Money By                                                                     man eligibles' problems.            four-year life and will not expire until, according t « its maximum
                                                                                            I hope you can keep it up In life, April 8, 1963.
                                                                                                                                   T H E LIST ORIGINALLY contained 3,831 names. To date, 3,000
Delaying Pension Hike                                                                   the time to come—let's hope it Is
                                                                                        not many more weeks before a men have been certified from the list, approximately 540 names
                                                                                        solution is reached. Your paper remain. This paper carried a story on August 30, 1960, in which it
    E W Y o r k City leaders are stalling on increased supple-                          should be a big force in distribut- said that a spokesman for the Police Department had told it that
N    m e n t a l pensions f o r retired f i r e m e n and their widows
because they h a v e , and perhaps r i g h t l y , tied such an i n -
                                                                                         ing knowledge of the problem and the Commissioner did not want to appoint any eligibles beyond rank
                                                                                         perhaps in attaining a solution number 3,000 since most of them would flunk out of the Police
                                                                                         to it and other police matters.     Academy anyhow, and the City meanwhile would have carried them
crease to a general increase In supplemental pensions f o r
                                                                                            Certainly, the editor's and the for nine months for nothing and at substantial expense. Apparently
all retired City employees, and the City leaders cannot
                                                                                         lawyer'.? words of advice on prob- he needs more patrolmen and wants another examination and
bring themselves to f a c e the costs involved.
                                                                                          lems and hysteria are wisdom another list. With its usual care, this paper checked the other side
                                                                                         itself.                             of the fence, the Department of Personnel, and reported that that
        T h e increase f o r f i r e and police beneficiaries was m a d e                                                    Department had not heard f r o n the Commissioner on the subject;
 permis.sive by A m m e n d m e n t 7 to the City Charter, v o t e d                               MRS. GEORGE WINTER
                                                                                                                             and that until it d,d there would be no statement regarding a new
 i n t o e f f e c t last N o v e m b e r . T h e City is m o r e or less f o r c e d                      FLUSHING, N.Y.
 to g r a n t some of the increase p e r m i t t e d by this a m m e n d -                                                                   T H E S T O R I E S in the press about the Commissioner's sentiments
 m e n t . But it is also o b l i g e d — i f It intends to keep City                                                                   or ideas have obviously caused a lot of concern to the remaining
 service on a par w i t h State e m p l o y m e n t — t o g r a n t h i g h e r                  Pleased at Work Done eligibles, who made the list and have been waiting for appointments
 supplemental pensions to retired employees other than                                          For State             Workers           for more then a year.
 police and f i r e m e n , as the State did t h r o u g h t h e Supple-                                                                     A FEW PEOPLE HAVE asked what I thought of the subject.
  m e n t a l Pension Bill passed by the Legislature last year.                                 Editor, The Leader:                     Let me take it step by step. What I write would apply not only to
                                                                                                    I wish to expre&s my pleasure this situation, but generally to any similar situation.
          But while the pensioners m a y think this long d r a w n - in your move to try to get job and                                     FIRST, JUST THINKING of the present list alone, no one haa
 out delay on the part of t h e City f a t h e r s Is madness, it is status protection for civil servants. any authority to cancel it. The courts have held "that the power of
 d e f i n a t e l y not w i t h o u t m e t h o d — e v e r y additional m o n t h the             I feel this has been a weak point the commission to act is not of unlimited scope, and when it estab-
 increase is put off m e a n s a substantial a m o u n t of m o n e y in the New York State Civil lishes an eligible list, after due deliberation, its action is generally
 t h a t will not h a v e to leave the City coffers. W e like to see Service program and have been considered as one of finality." (Pape v. Kern, 176 Misc. 36, 26 N.Y.S.
 t h e City save m o n e y , but to do it a t the expense of the waiting and hoping, for some time, 2d 379). In the same case, the court noted that such a list could
 r e t i r e d workers and their widows is indeed low.                                           to see some effort made in this be set aside only if it was the result of fraud, irregularity in vital
                                                                                                 direction. Thank ydu.                   matters, and so forth. Obviously, a list made that way would not
                                                                                                                     RAMIE L. Y O R K be a genuine legal list. Since there are no elements of fraud or

  State Salary Talks                                                                                             BINGHAMTON, N.Y. irregularities in this list, It Is a final and binding list. Of course, the
                                                                                                                                        Department of Personnel may terminate a list after a year. However,
                                                                                                                                        it has not done anything like that in the new civil service era, that is
  Should Start Now                                                                                           New Promotion since World War 11, and it is doubted that it will vary this custom for
           E P E A T E D statements by G o v e r n o r R o c k e f e l l e r and l e a d - 1 Policy Badly                   Needed            SECONDLY, no one, be he a commissioner or otherwise, can
             ers in t h e Legislature t h a t a 10 per c e n t reduction in                                                              compel the Department of Personnel to give another examination,
                                                                                                  Editor, The Leader:                    where there is an existing list, even on the ground that it is neces-
  S t a t e income taxes is h i g h l y possible in 1961 can be a source
  of e n c o u r a g e m e n t or concern f o r the State's public e m -                             Not a single senior clerk in the sary. Whether an examination should be held and another list
                                                                                                  four largest city departments has established is a clv'l service and not a police matter, and jurisdiction
                                                                                                  been promoted         to supervising re.sts with the Department of Personnel exclusively and not with
           I t all depends on how serious G o v e r n o r R o c k e f e l l e r is in clerk. This Is unfair and discrimi- the Police Commissioner. The authority for this statement is virtually
  his aim to place the civil service on a salary par w i t h private natory, for other departments the entire Civil Service Law.
  Industry.                                                                                       have made many appointments in              T H I R D L Y , IF THE DEPARTMENT of Personnel were to give
                                                                                                  the past fourteen months. The another examination and establish another list, the first list since
            L a s t year. G o v e r n o r R o c k e f e l l e r publicly a c k n o w l e d g e d marks of some of these lucky few it has been in existence for more than a year would terminate;
   t h e justice in a r g u m e n t s f o r a State pay increase present- have been lower than those of the with one big exception. That exception is that under Section 56 of
  ed by the Civil Service Employees Association. H e said a t unlucky majority now waiting on the Civil Service Law the first list would not terminate if the
   t h e same time t h a t the State's finances would n o t p e r m i t the eligible lists of the four major Department of Personnel said that it did not.
   a n y general salary increase in 1960, but he did render some departments.                                                                  I N OTHER WORDS, the Department of Personnel, in the last
                                                                                                      In order to avoid costly and time- analysis, would be the agency which would determine if the present
   relief to public employees by adopting a C S E A - o r i g i n a t e d
                                                                                                   consuming litigation, the Depart- eligibles continued to be eligibles or lost their status as such. I am
   plan to have the State pick up the first f i v e contribution
                                                                                                   ment of Personnel and the Budget Inclined to think that the Mayor of the City of New York and the
   points to the R e t i r e m e n t System.                                                       Bureau had better sit down and Department of Personnel would want to see the eligibles protected
            T h a t was good. But it wasn't the answer to l a g g i n g pay come up with a fair and equitable in theii' rights.
                                                                                                   promotion policy that will reward
    and it is time t h a t the G o v e r n o r gave public employees some                                                                     WHEN A MAN or woman makes a list It is equivalent to a voucher
                                                                                                   the many years of service which
    assurance t h a t they, too, are about to benefit by the State's                                                                      of personal qualification by the civil service agency. Anything which
                                                                                                   these senior clerks most assuredly
    " h e a l t h y financial condition,"                                                                                                 subverts that thought should be opposed by the civil service and
                                                                                                                                          their friends in public office.
             Civil servants are taxpayers, too, and they will be as                                    These people are hopeless and
    happy as a n y o n e else to receive a tax cut. But they cannot desplrited; they see their lives
    e x p e c t e d to be enthusiastic about a tax cut t h a t m a y be dribbling away down th civil ser-
    g i v e n at their expense.
             Joseph F. Felly, CSEA president, has called f o r talks on
                                                                                                   vice drainpipe; they look to their
                                                                                                   employers for fairness and justice
                                                                                                   and they see instead the putridity
                                                                                                                                        Questions Answered
    S t a t e salaries now in order to know how the public employee
                                                                                                   of favoritism and promotion-with-
    Is going to f a r e in f u t u r e planning. As the spokesman f o r out-examination, and their hearts
    S t a t e workers, he is entitled to an I m m e d i a t e c o n f e r e n c e on sink within them,
                                                                                                                                        On Social Security
                                                                                                                                            I am 69 years old. I just began works for his parent is always re-
    this v i t a l subject.                                                                            Tney are fair game for any t,^ j.^^giyg                           security ported for social security purposes,
                                                                                                    scheme that appears to guarantee checks. If I go back to work part                            « « «
                                                                                                    them a voice of protest in this time, do I still have to pay social
                  Welcome, NFFE                                                                     utter blackness of despair. Ac- security taxes on my wages?
                                                                                                    tion by the Department of Per-
                                                                                                                                                                                      I will be leaving the United
                                                                                                                                            Yes, you do. A worker always States next month to go to Hon-

   W             E wish to e x t e n d a welcome this week to the delegates soiniel is desperately needed to pays social security tax, regardless duras. I am not a United States
                   a t t e n d i n g the bi-annual c o n v e n t i o n of the N a t i o n a l restore the integrity of the muni- of his age as long as he works in Citizen, but have lived and worked
     F e d e r a t i o n of Federal Employees. M u c h of w h a t will occur cipal service in the eyes of these covered employment.                                                in the United States for the last
     In behalf of the F e d e r a l career civil service will depend on 900 eligibles.                                                                      *   •  *               28 years. Will I be entitled to re-
     the p r o g r a m these delegates -form f o r the c o m i n g year.                                 BART LANIER STAFFORD, I I I        I am a self-employed druggist. ceive my old-age benefits when I
                                                                                                                  MOLLIS, NEW Y O R K When my 22 year old son gradu- go to Honduras?
         T h e y h a v e m a n y serious problems f a c i n g t h e m — t h e ever
                                                                                                                                          ates from school, he will be com-
     present pressure to Increase Federal salaries, I m p r o v e m e n t s                                                                                                            Yes. As long as you have lived
                                                                                                        FREE BOOKLET by U. S. GOT- ing to work in my atore. Should I
     In t h e R e t i r e m e n t System, reductions in forces and a host                                                                                                           in the United Stales for ten
                                                                                                     ernraent on Social Security. Mail report him for social security
      of others.                                                                                                                                                                    years you can receive your checks
                                                                                                     only. Leader, 97 Duane Street, purposes?
              W e wish t h e m good luck and success.                                                New Vork 7. N. X.                       Yea. A ehlld over a«e 21 who in Honduras.
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New Classes
                                                                          for ttM equivalency diploma are                     those for police captain and police         Exams are also scheduled to b «
                                          A     High    SchoolEquivalenor conducted at regular Intervals by                   sergeant. Classes for these ranks        held soon for both fireman and
                                                                          the New York State Dept. of Edu-                    will start immediately in the Dele-      pa'tolman and Interested youngr

Set for Fall
                                         Diploma U a necessltjr for manjr
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At Delehanty
                                         thos« who do not possess a four-   Among the promotional exams                       motion to fire lieutenant will           Beginning next Monday thesa
                                         year high school dlplma. Exams to be held In the near future are                     begin next week In both locations.       classes will meet twice weekly In
   Many new classes in license ex-
amination preparation, and for
entrance and promotion exams,
are being added to the Delelianty
Institute's list of courses for civil

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                                                        GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS
the next week or two.
   Courses in preparation for the
next New York City license exam-
inations are of particular interest
at this time, as the official exam
for master plumber is to be held
In January and will be followed in
April by the exams for master
                                                                                           Important reductions in recommended list prices
electrician,    stationary   engineer                                                      make possible these remarkable refrigerator valuesi
and refrigeration machine opera-
   All lectures will be of two hours
duration and will commence at
7:30 p.m. Enrollment will be
limited in each course to assure
close personal attention and those
interested are advised to apply
early for full details of require-
 ments for admission. Inquiries
 should be made at the Civil Ser-
 vice Division, 115 East 15 St.,
N. Y . 3, or by telephone to G R

City Lists Set
   The New York City Depart-
ment of Personnel will establish
20 small new promotion eligible
lists and two open competltlves,
effective Wednesday Sept. 14, It
has been announced.
   T h e promotionals Include a 34-
name general list for assistant
civil engineer and departmental
lists for Transit (Const. Dept.),
6 names; Transit (Malnt. of W a y ) .
2 names;       Housing, 2;      Water
Supply Gas and Electricity ( N Y C
Div.), 2; Public Works, 5; Man-
hattan     Borough     President,   2;
Richmond Borough President, 3;
Traffic, 1; Parks, 1; Marine and
Aviation, 1; City Planning, 1;
 Queens Borough        President, 3;
 Brooklyn Borough President, 4,
 and Water Supply Board (design
 dept.), 1.
    Other      promotionals    include
 supervising    tabulator    operator,
 Rem. Rand (Transit—Gen. Adm.),
 1 name; assistant buyer (Pur-
 cha.se), 31; senior real estate man-
 ager (Marine and Aviation), 2;
                                                                                                                          FROST NEVER FORMS-
 senior real estate manager (Bd.
 of Estimate), 26, and supervising
                                                                                                                                          not even in the freezer of the Mew
 cashier (Transit), 18.                                                                                                                     GENERAL EUCTRIC Frost-Guard
                                                        5-YEAR WRITTEN W A R R A N T Y Retfigeioting. System
    The two open competltlves are                                                                                                          Refrigerator-Freezer Combination I
 purchase inspector (school bus                          FULL Y E A R SERVICE AT NO EXTRA COST
 service), 8 names, and social in-                             by General Electric Factory Experts                                          NOW ONLY                    •
                                                                                                                                                                            Slrolglit-UM Dnl|«
                                                                                                                                                                            Ho Colli m kdc
 vestigator (Group 8), 80 names.
    The official lists may be in-                      General Electric "Protected Purchase" Plan                                           $^90          «ft«f imoH
                                                                                                                                                                            Big Roll-Oul FrMur
                                                                                                                                                                            fiMM-H Siort l a Stnlci
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 spected in T h e Leader oftice, 97                                                                                                                     down poyment
                                                       FOR 3 M O N T H S I POSTPONE P A Y M E N T S — I f  UNABLE                                                       •   S»lng 0.t Vigtloblt M M
 Duane St., two blocks north of                        T O W O R K I (BASED O N G.E.C.C. TERMS)                                              9 YIARS TO PAY             •   M<I(MI|( SAMF OMT
 City Hall, just west of Broadway,
 from     Wednesday,    Sept.   14,
 through Wedne.sday, Sept. 21.

 Business Schools
 Expands Facilities
   T o keep up with modern de-
 mands for trained secretarial and
 busniess personnel, the Adelphi-
 Executives' Schools Inc., now c a -
                                                                               SPECIAL        REDUCED
 tering Its 30th year In Brooklyn,
 has expanded Its quarters.
   The main school, at 1712 Kings
                                                                           Prices to Civil Service Employees
 Highway, has been enlarged to

                                                                J.                       EIS                              &                    S O N S
 accomodate 125 additional stu
   Registration fur all divisions of
 the school is now in progress at
 the main center, as well as the
 branch at 15ii9 Flatbush Ave.                105 07 FIRST AYE., N.Y.                                       (Bet. E. 6th & 7th sts.)                                   GR 6-2325 - 6 - 7 - 8
 near Brooklyn College.
                                                                                                      Otondaga Sets                  Meeting
                                                                                                        T h e annual quarterly meeting                                                                                      BROWN'S

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                                                                                                      of Onondaga Chapter of The Civil
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Albany H E 8-8S52
                                                                                                      Service   Employees   Association,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Schen. FR 7-353B
     GOVERNMENT                                                                                       Inc will be held Tuesday evening,
                                                                                                      September 13, 1960 at 8:00 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TRI-CITY'S L A R O I f T

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SELECTION — SAVE
                                                                                                      at McChesney Park Community
      EMPLOYEES                                                                                       Hall, 2300 Grant Boulevard, Syra-
                                                                                                      cuse, New York.
    Federal • State • Local                                                                              Included on the agenda will be
                                                                                                      appointment of Committees and
                                                                                                                                                                    SEE                                CIVIL           SERVICE          BOOKS

                                                                                                                                                       PETIT PARIS
                                                                                                      Reports of Committees.     Enter-                                                                               and all tests

                                                                                                      tainment and refreshments will                                                                         PLAZA        BOOK          SHOP
                                                                                                      follow the meeting.                                                                                          380    Broadway
                                                                                                                                                      1 0 6 0 M A D I S O N IV 2 - 7 8 6 4 <                       Albony.        N.    Y.
                                                                                                         In Time of       Call                                                                        Mall & Phone O r d e r s               Filled

                                     AND                                                                 M. W. Tebbutt's Sons
                                   NOT LESS                                                              176 s t a t e          12    Colvin
                                     THAN                                                              HO    3-2179            IV 9 0 1 U
                                                                                                                      Albany                                                        /C CHAROE\

  - AUTO
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                                                                                                                11 E l m S t r e e t
                                                                                                                N a s s a u 8-1231
                                                                                                               Over J TO Yeori of
                                                                                                         Distinguished Funeral       Service

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                                                                                                          C A P I T A L A R E A COUNCIL
                                                                                                                  OP CHURCHES                                         NEVER A SERVICE CHARGE
                                                                                                        72 Churches united for Church
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you save 30% on Collision nnd                                                                                                                                                            FIRST     TRUST
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the state in which you live).
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mium in Three Convenient Inslall-
                                                                                                              SERVICE. INC.                                    any participating            store o r         one of        the    First
   G K I C O rates are on file with                                                                               R D 1, B O X        6,
state insurance regulatory authori-                                                                                                                            Trust Offices.
ties and represent the above sav-                                                                            RENSSELAER,             N.     Y.
ings from Bureau Rates.
                                                                                                        Albany HE 4-6727 — HO 2-3851                          O i l
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                                                                                                                                                                                    O F         L H          W    V
                                                                                                        tniirB. Leaving Troy at 7:30 A.M. and
   the "direct-to-the-policyholdcr"                                                                     Albany IMaza at 8 A.M.
   sales system which successfu I ly                                                                              Transportation
   eliminates the major expenses of                                                                                n r l t « for Schedule
   the cuetomary method of selling
   auto insurance,
t. GEICO insures only person.s in
   its e l i g i b l e "preferred risk"                                                                                    New

                                                                                                                                                               ANNIVERSARY    TIME
   groups —that is, careful drivers                                                                               B r a n c h OfFice
   who are entitled to preferred                                                                                            for
                                                                                                             Civil Service           Leader

                                                                                                                                                                     FOR OUR
••The low GEICO premium is (he full
   cost of your insurance—there are no                                                                             FOR A FREE COPY
   membership fees, no assessments or                                                                       of the Civil Service Leader or
   other sales charges of any kind.                                                                         Information in reference to ad.

                                                                                                                                                                  ALBANY   STORE
                                                                                                             vertising, etc. for Hudson Velley
 HERE IS THE PROTECTION YOU GET                                                                              call or v<rite:
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 you drive in the United States and its possessions. A GEICO automobile                                             Agency
 insurance policy can comply with the Financial Responsibility I^aws of                                         239 WALL STREET
                                                                                                                                                       WE HAVE JUST COMPLETED OUR FIRST YEAR
 all states, including the compulsory insurance requirements of New York                                                                                   OF SERVICE TO ALBANY USERS OF
                                                                                                         Kingston, N.Y. Tel. Federal 8-8350
 and North Carolina,
 GEICO is one of the largest insurers of automobiles in the nation. GEICO                                                                                            FINE PAINTS
 is rated A + (Excellent) by Best s Insurance Reports, the industry's au-
 thority on insurance company reliability.                                                                  S P E C I A L RATES                                                H A V E YOU                    TRIED
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  throughout the United States and its possessions (45 of them are in the
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  600.000 persons now insure with GEICO and why 97 out of every 100

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    Mail this c o u p o n , visit our o f f i c e at 150 N a s s a u Street                                                   HOTEL
 or P h o n e W O r t h 2-4400 for e x a c t G E I C O rates on your car.
                N o O b l i g a t i o n , N o S a l e s m a n Will Call
                                                                                                                DRIVK.IN QARAQE
                                                                                                              AlP CONDITICNINQ f TV
                                                                                                                                                           FLAT wall PAINT
                                                                                                                                                        A SINGLE C O A T DOES THE JOB                             . . . TO PERFECTION!                4
                                                                                                                        No parking
                                                                                                                                                        One quick coat of Liqui-Vinyl does                        the whole job on most
                                                                                                                       problami at
                                                                                                                                                        interior surfaces, Including wallpaper                   and wallboard. It primes,
     Government Employees Insurance Co., 150 Nassau St., N.Y. 38, N.Y.                                                Albany's largest
                                                                                                                                                        seals, dries to the flattest decorator                   finish.
               You must be over 21 niid under 65 years oj age.                                                       hotel . , . with
                                                                                                                   Albany's only drive-In                                ODOR-FREE . . .               TROUBLE-FREE!
     Name                                                                                  170
                                                                                                                 gorage. You'll lllis the com-
     Residence Address
                                                                                                                fort ond convenience, tool
     City                               Zone         County               . State..                            Family rates, Coclttall lounge.
     Age              •   8ln|le    o      Married     p Malt      •     Female                                                                           I F YOU     HAVE         NOT     RECEIVED           OUR        GENEROUS             DIS-
     Location of Car If not at above address                                                                 136 STATE              S T R E E T
     Occupation (or rank If on active duty)     _                                                            OPPOSITI STATI CAPITOL          ^    ^       COUNT         CARD        FOR       CIVIL          SERVICE               EMPLOYEES,
                                                                                                                See your frfend/y frove/ ogent.
      Yr.    MaK«     Model (01*,, etc.)     C»l,    Body Style    Purchase dale •      New
                                                                                                                                                          WRITE      FOR.     OR    PICK     ONE      UP.        AT    EITHER           RACKLYN
                                                                   MO.      Vr.       n Used                fiPE(:i.4L WEEKLY               K.iTES
                                                                                                              FUR EXTENDED                 STAYS          STORE.
     Days per week car driven to work?             .On» way distance Is     _„„.mile>.
     Is car used In business other than 10 and from work?     • Yei     D No
     Is car principally kept and used on a farm or ranch?    tjYei     • NO

                                                                                                                                                               RACKLYN WALLPAPER
     Additional mala operators under age 25 in household at preiant timet

            Aee            Relation           Maiiied or Single         % ol Use

                    i 6overnment Employees
                                                                                                                RESTAURANT &
                                                                                                                BANQUET HALL                                      & PAINT, INC.
                             INSURANCE                            COMPANY                                         382    BROADWAY                           296 C E N T R A L A V E N U E                    1853       STATE          STREET
                          M Capitol Sloik Commiiii/ net amUattd ivllfi V. S.            aovernnunt)                                                          ALBANY.         NEW         YORK         SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK
                                                                                                                  M E N A N D S , N. Y .
                          150 N a s s a u S t . , New Y o r k I I , N. V. • P h o n e WOrth 2-4400                                                              Phone: H O 5-8080                                Phone:     FR     7-6221
                                           H o m e O f l i c t , Washington, D. C.
                                                                                                    the conitructlon or maintenance         ment of Civil Service: The State
^Parkway       Foreman       Jobt    With    Sfof«,     To   $4,560,        Open
                                                                                                    of modern paved highways or             Campus, Albany; Room 2301, 270
   An open competltlv® examina- being offered for the filing of ap-   Required are a motor velilcle parkways.                               Broadway, New York City; or
 tion for parkway foreman Jobs plicatlon» now. The Jobi pay from operator's or chauffeur's license    To apply, contact one of the fol-     Room 212, State Office Building,
 with th« State of New York U $3,680 to $4,860 » year.              and two years of experience in lowing offices of the State Depart-      Buffalo, N. Y.

                           BEHERM                                                                           ElECTBIC

                           Golden Value
                                                   2 - O V E N - A L L NEW for '60!
                                              ELECTRIC                                     RAHGES

                                                                                                                BAKES, BOILS, ROASTS,
                                                                                                                FRIES, BROILS kuiornztkm
                                                                                                                General Electric speed-cooking means better
                                                                                                                cooking— because foods are cooked with con-
                                                                                                                trolled temperatures. It means cooler cooking—
                                                                                                                because it's flameless. It means a more attractive
                                                                                                                kitchen—because of General Electric's Straight-
                                                                                                                Line console styling. These new General Electric
                                                                                                                Ronges have loads- of automatic features—to
                                                                                                                save you time and trouble. And there's such
                                                                                                                wonderful convenience in the two automotic
                                                                                                                ovens, featuring a big window!

                                                                                                                         1960 Electric Range
                                                                                                                                  HOMt omr

                                                                                                                                                             I E Model

                                                                                                                                           $ 1 3 5 A WEEK
                                                                                                                                            I      I'ttr   imoll

                                                                                                                                       3    YEARrtoTAY
              fe^        Buy at the Store with this Sign on the Door

                                         SPECIAL PRICES TO CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
                                                                                                                                                 Promotion to aenior mechanlckl >«.45< to | 9 . « 1 .
Both Open & Promotion                                                                          ine»tto Relations Court), |<I,T50 to
                                                                                               $8,550.                                         engineer, $9,400 to $11,500 (Comp-    Applications are available from

                                                                                                 Promotion to electrical engi-                 troller and Bureau of Budget).

25 City Exams Open
                                                                                                                                                                                   the Application Section of the D«>
                                                                                               neer. $7,800 to $9,800.                           Promotion to senior steel con- partment of Personnel, 98 Duan*
                                                                                                 Promotion to senior civil engi-               struction Inspector, $0,400 to $8,- St., New York 7, N. Y.. two blootai
                                                                                               neer, $9,400 to $11,500 (Tianslt                200 (Transit Auth.).                north of City Hall and Just west

For Filing This Month
                                                                                               Authority).                                       Promotion to supervisor (track). of Broadway.


  Filings         are    open
with New York City, for more
                               now, to $5,080.
                                        Promotion to assistant building
than 20 open competitive and pro- custodian, ( N Y C College of Ap-
                                                                                                      Because We're Going All O
                                                                                                      to Smash Fall Sales Records
motion tests.                        plied Arts and Sciences and the
   T h e exams are listed below by Department of Health), $4,000 to
title and salary range. If the clos- $5,800.
ing date Is other than Sept. 27         Promotion to a.ssistant foreman

it will be noted after the salary (structures — Group F ) , $2.84 to
range.                               $2.90 an hour.
               The Titles              Promotion to assistant superin-
   T h e titles are;                 tendent (cars and shops), $9,500
   Accompanist, .$3,750 to $4,830 a to $12,000 a year.
                                                                                                             Liifii t e d
                                                                                                           Time O n l y !
year.                                   Promotion to assistant superin-
   As.sislant computor programmer, tendent (track), $9,500 to $12,000
$4,850 to $6,290.                     a year.
   Burroughs No. 7200 operator,
$3,000 to $3,900.
                                        Promotion     to    civil    engineer
                                      (highway traffic), $7,800 to $9,600.                                   Our Best-Selling I960 Golden Value
   Computor programmer, $5,450          Promotion to court clerk (Do-

                                                                                                        SENERAl ELECTRIC TU
to $6,890.
   Klectrical engineer, $7,800 to
   Housing officer, $4,300 to $5,500.             SPECIAL RATE
                                            For N. Y. State

                                                                                                        SPECIALLY PRICED ^
   Institutional trades Instructor
 (tailoring), $3,750 to $4,830.               Employees
   Marine stoker, $6,019 for 258
working days a year.                              single room, witti pri-
   Psychologist. $5,750 to $7,190.                vote botti and radio)
                                                  many rooms with fV.
   Stjnior computor      programmer,
$6 400 to $8,200.
                                           in NEW Y O R K C I T Y
   Senior     electrical  engineer
 (radio), $9,400 to $11,500.
   Transit   patrolman, $5,200            to             Pork Ave. & 34lf< St.
 $6,081 (after Janu. 1, 1961).
  Typewriter      maintainer,         $4,000             in ROCHESTER

      BA R I G H T S G R A N T E D
                                                         (Formarly   Senecat
                                                        26 Clinton Ave. Soutli
  A L B A N Y , Sept. 5 — The State
Board of Regents has authorized                            In A L B A N Y
the State University to grant the
bachelor of arts degree at the
colleges of Education at Predonia                      State and Eagle Streets                            1S60 6-E 'mTRAVISKIN"FallCiHisol«
and New Paltz.                                      *ipecial rate does not apply
                                                     whan Ugii/ature it in tesiion
                                                                                                          2 r T V at New Low Price!                                      Wireless REMOTE CONTROL
                                                                                                         • Full-power transformer            HOW ONLY                • Pull-power transformer
                                                                                                                                                                     • Precision-etched circuitry   NOW ONLY
                                                                                                         • Precision-etctied circuitry
   AUTOS, new and ased. See                                                                                                                                             Powerful S-in. speaker
                                                                                                         • 110* oluminiied tub*
 weekly listing in a d v e r t i s i n g                                                                                                                             • Stereo       phono   jacic

                                                                                                                                           m                                                    269"
                                                                                                         • Up-front sound • Built-
 columns of The Leader.                                                                                  in antenna e Matiogany                                         1 1 0 * aluminiud tub*
                                                                                                         textured finish on pressed                                      Mahogany grained fin
                                                                                                         wood fibers.                                                iih on pressed wood
                                                       IS CONVENIENT FOR                                                                                             flb*r$.
                                                                                                             Model    21C3-(39. 21* overall diag.                              Model 2IC345e. 21" everoH diag.
                                                    BUSINESS OR PLEASURE                                     lube.    262 sq. in. viewable picture.                            tube, 262 sq, in. viewable pictur*.
                                                                 Close to the
                                                              nightUfe, shops                                                                            America's
                                                             and landmarks.                                                                              Most-

                                                    subway at
                                                    our door take*
     YOUR         WATCHES
                                                    you to any part                                           1960 STRAIGHT-LINE "Desigiw" TV
                                                    of the city within
   We'll rendezvous for cocktails
                                                    a few minutes.                                         • straight-line, slimmer          NOW ONLY                 WSO j - 4 2 r "UlTRA VISION" TY
                                                                                                           style   •    lightweight
   at five — and spend a
   ligtitliearted interlude In tho
                                                    That's convenience!                                    metal cabinet covered                                     I MosJ^Popular LOWBOY CONSOLE]

                                                    A handy New York                                       in vinyl • Console type
   nicest spot in town, Ttie drink*                                                                        chassis with full power                                     •   Full-power t r a m ,
                                                    subway map is yours
   are extra large and extra                                                                               Ironsformer • Alumin-                                       former •        Precision-
                                                    FREE,for the writing.                                  Ized picture tube.
   good                                                                                                                                                                elched circuitry • Up-
                                                       IMMEDIATE CONFIRMED                                                                                             front sound • Up-front
                                                                                                                Model M300TGR.           155 <q. in. tub*.             controls • 1 1 0 * alumln-
    MEET     IN   THE                                    In Ko<'liMter: LOcust %-aiOO                                                                                  ii*d tube • Mahogany
                                                                                                                                                                       grained finish on pressed
                                                         In New Yorli: Circle 7-:illO«
                                                            VUwiv > UU «-llt8-.'                                V                     OT
                                                                                                         V d M T SERVICE AT NO IXIRA C S                               wood fibers.
                                                                                                             Available from General Electric f a c t w y                    Model 2tC3442. 21" overoll diag.
   GRILLE                                                        Sln«<e« f r o m $ 6 . M
                                                                OwibiM from $10.00                           . n n r a l       General Electric Service                     tube. 262 sq. in, viewabi* picture.

                                                            C. L. O'Connor, Manager                          D e p o t , : on all 1960 Portabl. and

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     BASIC ENGINEERING SCIENCES. DRAFTING. ELECTRICITY AND                                                                                       105-07 FIRST AVE., N. Y.
     SCIENCES.                                                                                                                                 (Bet. East 6th and 7th Sts.)
            K r g i s t r a t i u n ; S e p t e m b e r 1», 20, 21 1-5, 7-9 f.IVI.
                    Call or w r i t e f o r oatalue a n d f a l l schedule
                                                                                                                                                  GR 5-2325 • 6 - 7 . 8
     AShley 2.S320                      TROY. N. Y.                     AShley       2-5321
I T n e s i l a y , ^ e p t e m W 13, 1960                                                                    C l V l t           S F R V I C E                                        L E A D E R                                                                                                            Pajfe        FleTcn

      REAL                                                                                                                   ESTATE                                                                                                                                   VALUE!^
    HOMES n
                                                    CALL                                                                     CALL
                                                         3-6010                                                            BE 3-6010

                                                         LONG ISLAND                                                                LONG ISLAND                                                                                                                           LONG ISLAND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 F O R                  R E A L M
                                                                                                                                       2 FAMILY ^ SPRINGFIELD GDNS,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       L O W
                                                                                                                                               LIVE RENT FREE                                                                                                                      DOWN   PAYMENT
                                   OFFICES   READY    TO                                                                     DETACHED, L A R G E P L O T , completely finished basement                                                                                        MOLLIS      $2,000 DOWN
                                       SERVE   YOU!                                                                          apt, venting for $125 per month, plus upstairs apt. Automatic
                                                                                                                             heat. Entire first floor is yours privately with life income.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2 family, 6 rooms down,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               B rooms up, finished base-
                                   Call For   Appoinfmenf                                                                    Live rent free — all large rooms, near transportation. Only
                                                                                                                             $750 Down. Full price . . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ment, oil heat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ASKING $21,500
                                                                                                                                                                                      $17,000                                                                                  ST. ALBANS    $800 DOWN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I family brick bungalow,
                                                                                                                                                                                    1 FAMILY                                                                                   6 rooms, finished base-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ment, Karage, oil heat.
                                                                                                                             DETACHED, SPACIOUS ROOMS, refrigerator, .storms screen,                                                                                                ASKING $16,400
                                                                       BETTER HOME                                           Venetian blinds, automatic heai, near all transportation. A1
                                                                                                                             location. Only $350 Down. Fu'.l price . . .                                                                                                       ST. ALBANS    $800 DOWN
                                                                                                                                                                                         $7,000                                                                                1 family, insul. bricit, 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               rooms, gas heat, copper

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               piumbine, ultra   modern.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Open 7 (Inj'S a week                                             ASKING $14,900
                                                                                                                                            CALL             FOR           APPT.                                       Till 8 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W. HEMPSTEAD         $19,500

                                                                    REALTY                                                                       JEMCOL                                                              REALTY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               7 room      English    Tudor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               brick, finished basement,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               garage, 70x100 plot.
                                                                                                                                            170-03 Hillside                     Ave.,                                          Se,.r«-Koei„„k,                                 $2,000 CASH         $27 Wh.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               • nil. " K " or " F " Irilin tu
                      BAISLEY PARK                                      HEMPSTEAD             VICINITY
                                                                                                                                                   Jamaica, L . I.                                                       io» 8t. sta.                                          RANCHES from $14,000 up
                  $700 D O W N                                         BUNGALOW $9,500                                                                          AIR-CONOniONtD
         Detached,   legal   2-family, 4                                                                                                                    •t F R E E P A R K I N G                                    (•
                                                                      Lovely 2 bedroom home on
         down, 3 up, plus expansion attic
         ready for odditional apartment.                              oversized landscaped plot, oil
                                                                                                                                                                              AX 1-5262                                                                                       Belford D. Harty Jr.
         Finished basement with bath.                                 heat, full basement. Many ap-                                                                                                                                                                              192-05 LINDEN BLVD.
         Extras too numerous to mention.                              pliances. — HURRY!                                                                                                                                                                                               ST. ALBANS
         Hurryl Live rent free.                                                 $300 DOWN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fieldstone                 1-1950
         <illi    A   8th   .Avp.     Siih.vay    to     Fnrsiins                                                                                                                      INTEGRATED
         lllv<l. Wei        lire    riKht   niilHtilt'    Sitliwav.   17 S O U T H F R A N K L I N            ST.
              159-12         HILLSIDE                    AVE.
                                                                              IV 9-5800                                                                                                                                                                                       2 GOOD BUYS
                      JA 3-3377                                                                                                                                                                                  OFFICES AT                                                      M A L V E R N E
                                                                                 CAPE        COD                                                                                                                                                                       RANCH,     huge   corner   plot,
                      LEGAL 2               FAMILY                           $590 CASH                                                                                                                           YOUR SERVICE                                          75x150. detached, SVa rooms,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       only 9 years young, cedar and
                            $12,500                                   Large, 3 bedroom home with ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       asbestos shingle, oil heat, A1
         Detached -spa..ous home, feat-                               tra Cottage to rent out. Living
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       condition.  Property  overlooks
         ures 2 modern baths, 2 science                               room, full dining room, modern                                                                    STOP PAYING                            RENT!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       brook. iVi% Mortgage. Many

         kitchens, expansion attic, large                             kitchen, basement, 3 car ga-
                                                                      rage. Only 5 years young. G.I.                                                                                                                                                                   extras. An excellent buy at
         enough for 3rd apt, full base-
                                                                      approved. Full Price $14,990.                                                                                                                                                                               $20,500
         ment, Ideal location. Many ex-
         tras. Only $400 down.                                              EXCLUSIVE WITH US                                                  "HOMES TO FIT YOUR POCKET"
                 LIVE RENT FREE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SPRINGFIELD GDNS.
                                                                           277 N A S S A U R O A D
         135-19 R O C K A W A Y BLVD.                                                                                            PRICED FOR YOUR                                                      SOMETHING WITHIN                                                 COLONIAL, detached, stucco, 7
                                                                                ROOSEVELT                                                                                                                                                                              room home on huge 60x100 plot,
                 so. OZONE PARK

                                                                             MA 3-3800
                      JA 9-4400
                                                                                                                                                                                                        YOUR MEANS                                                     oil heat, near L.I.R.R. and bus
                                                                                                                              Kiuu'h    Cain*, H % y e a r H o l d . D f t a c l i f d .              r-Family    6 ruoniH, d e t a c h e d            garaiee.        transportation. A real buy at
                                                                                                                                            f f i u e H yard, limnHciilate. full                      50    X 1 lA.   ne««r   e\ c r y t h i i i i r .    «I00

                 BETTER REALTY
                                                                                                                             a t t i r Willi r o o m , f u l l IxiKHiieiit. $'iAO                     do\in.   t'lifaper    than       rent.            Hi^nip-
                                                                                                                             d o w n , if y o u liitrry, t ' n i o n d a l e .                        ht«'Hd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Other     I    &     ?    family           Homes

          ALL 4 OFFICES OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK                                                                                            ULTRA MODERN                                                       FABULOUS                         VALUE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HAZEL                  B. GRAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 168-33 L I B E R T Y                    AVE.
                                        FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 8:30 P.M.                                                           Exretlfot          <>oii(Htion.
                                                                                                                              4'om|>l«*tely m o d e r n . AO x
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                                                                                                                                                                              ItIO, c k t r a         Ih-fUinlionse,        ilftnrlied,        7     riioms,
                                                                                                                              liirK<» K » n i K f . hnlNlitNl b i i f i e i n c i i t . p a l i o .   CaiK-     toil,    oil     licHl,    tnxI'^O,     Willi
                                                                                                                              Hi-(>i)lace, o i l h e a t .
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                                                                                                                                                                            iti I t !      < all
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   Unfurnished Apts. - Manhattan                                              Furnished Apts.
      .s5lh  Sli't'el, I(!(i \V. Kleviitor, vniB.                                                                             We have a selection of some of the finest homes in Hempstead
            S rniB. J l l O . i ims, »10()-SilB6
                                                                                 Brooklyn                                     and vicinity in 1 and 2 family. Ranches. Cape Cods, Colonials
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     DIUVB.     I H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  & Z'/i

   TH    4-6«5,'). l Y •.'-0:)l:!
                                                                      57 Herkimer Street, between Bed-                        from $.'5.')0 up.                                                                                                                         falgar 7 - 4 H 6
                                                                      ford & Nostrand Ave., beautifully
                                                                      furnished one and two room apts,                                                       $10 Deposit                       Holds           Any        House                                               UPSTATE PROPERTY
                                                                                                                                                                             FHA or Gl
                 For Rent - Brooklyn
   IINKIIUMSIIKI)           la iiiiil ;) MKIIU iililB, all            kitchenette,  gas,  electric free.
      nimli'in, Cull I ' l l 4 :)5Jtl.                                Elevator. Near 8th Ave. Subway. I                                                                                                                                                                             Farms & Acreage
                                                                      Adults. Seen daily.

                                                                                                                                     LIST REALTY CORP.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Dutchess County
                  LEG.\L            NOTI(^                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                3.S ACHKS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             STATE HIGHWAY          PRO.NTAGE
         C I T A T I O N — Kile No. l.'i:!), lUtlO —
   Tlif I'dipli- of llie SliilH " t New York.
                                                                       UPSTATE PROPERTY                                                                                     <>!>•:%       )   KA^.s        \    IVKKK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Jl.'iO DOWN; $25 per mo. .Millbrooli area,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          private, neai* village, shade tree*, lull
   »>• lliH (ii'iii'e uf GimI Ki'fe HM(I Iiiiicpeiulent,                                                                                                                                                                                                                  pi'ioe lf;l,4«5. Also 4 anren on country
   Tu the lieii-H ul law, ne\l of Uin itnd                              Upstate        Retirement             Homes                                          14 S O U T H F R A N K L I N                              STREET                                             road, lovel.v view, $1,«,50 Ternie. JOHN
   ilistrilMllces of .lllliil C. Wise ikM-eased.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BRAL'N. en Valliy View Ril . L a i n
   if llvini:, anil If any of llii-m bo tle.ul
                                                                      Kl'.'ilUK.MKXT HO.MKS. Oiiisla.iilinir liliy.                                                 H E M P S T E A D , L.                             I.                                                 Mnheean, N.Y

                                                                                                                                                                     lY 9-8814 - 8815
                                                                        four roiiniH, bath, lanniiry, Karate, hoi
   to lliiii- heirs al law, nixl of Uin, ilis-                           waiei-, oil heat, larse lot, I'riee;
   tnlmtei'M. It'Kaln-s, exeiMiloi's. aihniniKti'al-                     l.aiKe list of retirement homes. Write                                                                                                                                                               Farms          - Dutchess                  County
   oi-f, assiynerH ami f,liiTes.MH'8 in intei'i'Hl                      1)K PKW. 'it) SO ST., lUllNKllKCK,                     Dirccllonsr Take Soiilhcin Stale Pai-Uwa.T Exit                                           18,    Peninsula        Boulevard            RKTIltlNG?    1 liiive IhU! Miiall homes,
   w hose nanies ar • iinknown anil cannot                              N.Y. or • all T K (l-.'IKIIli,                         uiiUt;r the bi-idife to South Fraiiltlin Street.                                                                                       villatru and fouiitr.v, St-nd Ini- Iree hro-
   lie aticertaiiifil alii-i' illie ililiiirnre. YOtl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      phlire.   HOMER     K. S T A L K Y . Realtor,
   before the SilI'ro^:ale's Cmli'l, New Yol'k                             Farms       - Ulster       County                          135-30 ROCKAWAY BLVD.. SO. OZONE PARK                                                                                           Uox 1, Uhincbi'ck 1, N.Y
   Ctninly, at Uooin 5(11 in the Mall of                              Y K A U liOI Nl). H riiiiiiis. hlliili-ls, skiers,                              JA »-51000
    Hei'orils, Conill.v of New York, New York,                           Kiirnislied, 'i baths, heal, .^tt hi-s, fruntB                     160-13 HILLSIDE AVE., JAMAICA                                                                                                      Farms —               Ulster          County
   iin O.lolier          I I . llllio, at lll;:l(l A.M.,
    why a eei'laiil writiiiif ilateil Seiitenilier
                                                                         on '.! main roads. Wide srieani Irontaue.             OL 7-3838                                  OL 7-1034                                                                                   ROSKNDALK. 8 rnn & lialh :lOli ft on
                                                                         Kiinitit for       ifnesls. tloiul motel site.                                                                                                                                               Cimntv llijrhway, heantilul hn-alinit
    '^7. I !!,•)(» wliirh lias lii-en otTereil for                       *lll,0()ll. .M. I.OWN S H A N D A K K N , N Y                                                                                                                                                ROSKNDAI.K. !l ar. land Bdll 11. State Ril
    lirohalu hy l M i » « ) M. C A T H K U I N K HAU-                    Tel Overhinil N-!I!IS-1.                                                                                                                                                                     :l'i Iroiilaifc. W.-'iOO. ra^li I»51MI.
    I t l s o N iisiiliiiK »i fif'i llaiiiniiind Street,                                                                                                                                                                                                              .1(111 N    K K I . I . A V , iiwniT. Kn-iiiiljile,        N,   Y.
    Newpiirt          News, Viryinia slioiilil not be                              LBG.\ti X O T H K                                                                                                                                                                                           Tel, (II.  K'lnil
    Iirohaleil as the last Will anil Testanieiil,
    I'l'lalinc to I'eal aiul iierstiniil iiroperty,                   Khoiiitt not be pi'ohalfd iiH Ihf last Will
    ol .liilia C. Wise Dereaseil. who was at                          uihi ToiiiDif'nt, rriaiinu to leal and iii i-                                                                     INTEGRATED                                                                                  Farms - N.Y. State
    the tiiiie of her ileath a resiilmt of l-lll                      soiiJil piniMily. of M A R Y W. HAUKIK.
                                                                                                                           •                                                                                                                                          n o ACKK (arm, 8 loiim liiiii-e, 2 barns,

                                                                                                                             BAISLEY PARK             VA APPRAISED 4
    Kast 'JSih Street, in the Cullnty of New                          |)ri«aHnl, who wuH al llip time of her                                                                                                                                                              broolt, pond, goud hiintiinr, gcenle lo-
    York.         Ni-w     York,                                      lii'ath a rt-HjiU'Ut of 7 Suiyvi'^^anl Oval,                                                                                                                                                        cation, ^uod roail.

     Ilaliil, Aitesteil ami Se.ileil,                                 in the roiialy of New Yuik. Nrw York.                                                                                                                                                           05 .\('UK fann, lirot)li, ;;ood hunting.
    Aiiciist :ii, nmti.                                               Dah'il. AUfHiril ami Seali'«l,                                                                                                                                                                      coltairi' & barn If.'i.BOn. W, \\. Veilder,

                                                                                                                                      No Cash GIs i
       HON. S, S A M f U l . 1)1 I'WT.CO ( T . S , ! ,                SejMrilllur I. ISMMI.                                                                                                                                                                           , . K h r , S<Iii)liarie, N.Y. Axniinslcr 6-^>13•^

    Siirroyate, Ni w York Coiiiity, I'ltilip A.                                HOK. S SAMI KL 1)1 K A U O .
    Donahiie, Clerk,                                                   (T..S,)        SiinoKati'. Nrw York I'oiiiity                                                                                                                                                               F a r m s - N. Y . S t a t e
                                                                                       I ' H I I . I P A. DONAHVK.                                                                                                                                                    I i r N t i A I . U W all yeai". 4 rooms, liath, heat,
    C I T A T I O N — Kile No. l":-;ii:). IlKlll —                                                              I'lerk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tar^uil'.. 'JiHiret,, Kiiud rctirenn-ilt lu>i>ie,
    Till-: I'lCOI'l.K OF TIIK SI'ATK OK NKW                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $111,500- Reinhai-dt                  tireenville,

    YOHK', l(y the tirai-e of tiod Kree anil                           TO TMK C«KL)l'lH)KH OF M A l K i A K K T H                                                                                                                                                           K Y
    Imli'iienili'llt.                                                      SMITH. L A T K OF THK C O I N T Y OF
    TO DONAI.l) A. HAUIilH, If livin,', liiiil
    If ileiul, to liiH heirtt at la\T, Tiexl of
                                                                           NKW YOHK. DKCKASKl).
                                                                           lMt'a««e lake iiotiio lhat pui-Huant to the     •                                                                                                                                                    Farms • Orange                           County

    kin anil ilisli-ibiiteeii whobe iiaineu anil                       lit'oviHioiiH o( St'cliun I ' H ul' the Hun-o<                       «   HdOMS. flAKAliK,                    TOMATII'    IIKAT, I'KIU K I T                             J'()K

    lilaees of resiilenee are iinknown anil if                         Kiitc b Court Act, 1 iiUeuil tu apply for                            IUII'<>I':T . M I N D K I I » A M I I . V , ASK  K ) K II I H ,                                                                       Ml   Arrrh      «'!,'itl(l—iii,l(l(l    Down
    he ilieil siilisetiiienl tu the iliei-ili nt here-                 ledi'i'tt ul adiuiuihlraliun upon Ihu entute                                                                                                                                                        70 .'\f, rami.             Temis,
    lu to his exeelilors, mlniinistrators, le».                        of iMai-Karel R. Smith. tU-i-eaHoil, l a l « of
                                                                                                                                       MOVE IN 8 WEEKS                                                                                                                7 room, 'Z 8lol'.v year round home. 3/4

    Hieis, ileviseiB, asBiHiees anil BiiieeBSorB                       Ihe t'«>ui)ty of New Yui-k, ui) the «{Oth                                                                                                                                                      acie. tarane, itoupii. other Hldka. It^XUOU.
    in inlelest whose nailleij anil plaei'B of
    lesiilenee are nnknown, and cannot, after
    illhuent imniii-y, he useerlained.
                                                                       ilay o i Septeuiber, Jf)(iU. Al) creihtorv of
                                                                       •aid Margaret        H, Kiiiiih, ikcfaiieU. are
                                                                       iiutiflcd tu prebfiU llieir claims to tliu
                                                                                                                           •           $67.39 MONTHLY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Others. E. Frj-i.r,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      town, N. Y. Ul
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hanfoid, Middle-

         YOU AUK HKUKHY CITKL) TO SHOW                                 Siirru^ate'H Conn in tli« Cuunty of New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Upstate Property

    OAI'SH liutore the Siirrotfati's Court, Jjew                        York, at : n Chambers Street. New York.
     York County, at Kooin 6114 in the Hull                             New York, on or before the said ilUth                                    143 01 H I L L S I D E A V E .                                                                                        Houses - Schenectady County
     ol Ueeoids III th« County uf New VoiU,                            day of Scptunber. lUUU. Tiiii notice ib

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       l,'i       .MINIITKS    to   Al.lnNV     ST.^TK
     on O C W U E H 14, IIIHU, at 1»:,I0 A M . ,                        publi(>h('d piirfeiiunt to nil order of Hon.
     why a eertuin writiiiB: date Oi-ioijer U,                          S. Sunniel DiFalt'O. one of (he Snrro-                                                                                                               JAMAICA                                          CA.Ml'llS — Bru'k. 4 bnir,. I ' j liaths,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hrenlare: "i-'ar B-d'at-      ui     .idil,
     lllftH. Wliieli lias been otfeied (or probate                      tHteH uf the i'ouuty of Nuw York, dated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              many      tr«e«; ueur   tiuiin;  t<.Uvol»|
                                                                                                                                                                                       AX 7.7900
     h.v W i r . M A M    K. H A K I i l K , le«iilin|,- at             i b t i6iU day of AnvuHi. m m )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              »ilK.(IOO. 1) JKNNlNt.H,            UAM-
             Hooiwr S t i m l , Brooklyn, Kew Vork,
                                                                                        JU.IZAUETH       V.    MULCAUY                                                                                                                                                        Buuu bX., gcHi>v a.
    New Federal Job List; Open Nationwide                                                                                                                           Securities   Investigator,  $6,435 area. Announcement 204B.
   The Federal Government has                                         $5,355 to     $12,210; Agricultural                  area. Announcement 72.       —
Just released a long list of exam-                                    Market Reporter, $5,355 to $7,560.                     •Actuary, $5,355 to $13,730.-       and $7,560.—Jobs are with the             #'Cartographer, $4,345 to $13,-
inations being held for positions                                     —Announcement 147B.                                  Announcement 192.                     Securities and Exchange Commis- 730.—Jobs are In the Washington,
In various Federal       agencies                                        Agricultural Research Scientist,                     •Auditor, $5,985 to $12,770.—      sion. Annct. 21B.                       D. C., area. Announcement 196 (B).
bhroughout the country. All are                                       $4,345 to $12.210.—Announcement                      Jobs are with the Department of                                                 Cartographic Survey Aid, $3,185
                                                                                                                                                                 ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC
open for applying until further                                       58B.                                                 the Army. Announcement 7 (B),                                                 to $3.760.—Announcement 13B.
                                                                                                                                                                    Aeronautical Research Scientist,
notice, unless otherwise specified.                                     Cotton Technologist, $5,355 to                       t # 'Commodity - Industry     An-                                              Chemist, Engineer, Mathemati-
                                                                                                                                                                 $5,335 to $18,500.—Announcement
   For complete information on the                                    $8.955.—Jobs are In Washington,                      alyst (Chemicals, Food, Lumber,                                               cian, Metallurgist, Physicist, $5,335
                                                                                                                                                                 61B.                                  I
positions, get the announcements,                                     D. C., and the South and South-                      Textiles, Metals, Mlscelbneous),                                              to $13,730.—Jobs are in the Po-
                                                                                                                           $6,435 to $8,955.—Jobs are In the        Airways Operations Specialist
the numbers of which are Included                                     west. Announcement 230 (1950).                                                                                                     tomac River Naval Command In
                                                                                                                           Washington, D. C., area. An-          (Station). $4,830 plus cost-of-liv-
In the list. They are available from                                                                                                                                                                     and near Washington, D. C., and
                                                                        BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS                             nouncement 228.                       ing differential.—Jobs are with the
the Second Regional office of the                                                                                                                                                                        In the U. S. Army, Fort Belvolr,
                                                                                                                                                                 Federal Aviation Agency In Alaska.
U.3. Civil Service Commission, 220                                      *Accountant and Auditor, $4,345                       'Commodity - Industry Analyst                                              Va. Announcement 226B.
                                                                                                                                                                 Announcement 11-101-1 (57).
East 42nd St., New York 17, N.Y.:                                     and $5,355.—Announcement 188.                        (Minerals), $4,345 to $8,995. An-                                                Ebctronic Scientist — Electronic
                                                                                                                                                                    •Astronomer, $5,335 to $13,730.
from many post          offices, and                                    Accountant and Auditor, $6,435                     nouncement lOlB.                                                              Engineer — Physicist, $5,335 to
                                                                                                                                                                 —Announcement 133B.
from the Civil Service Commis.sion,                                   to $13,730. Jobs are in General                        #*Economist. $6,435 to $13,730.                                             $12,210.—Jobs are In Mass. and
Washington 25, D.C.                                                   Accounting Office. Announcement                      —Jobs are in the Washington,             Basteriologist—Serologist, $6,345
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Conn. Announcement 1-7-1 (56i.
   Examination titles preceded by                                     150B.                                                D. C., area. Announcement 37.         to     $10,635.   BiochmUt,    $5,880
                                                                                                                                                                 to $10,130. — Positions are with          Electronic    Technician,    $5,355
an asterisk (*) may be used for                                         #*Accountingr Clerk. $4,040.—                        Farm Credit Examiner, $6,435
fllUng jobs In foreign countries;                                                                                          and $7,560.—Annct. 195B.              V e t e r a n s Administration. An- plus cost-of-living differential.—
                                                                      Jobs are In the Washington, D. C.,                                                                                                 Jobs are in Alaska. Announcement
 # indicates jobs may be filled                                                                                               Field Representative (Telephone    nouncement 163B.
                                                                                                                                                                    #'Biological Research Assistant, 11-101-4 (59),

 anywhere in the U.S.; and a                                                                                               Operations and Loans), $6,435 and
 dagger ( t ) that they are new                                                                                            $7,560.—Jobs are with the Rural       $4,345.—Jobs are In the Washing-      •Engineer, $5,335 to $8,955. —
announcements.                                                                                                             Electrification Administration. An-   ton, D. C., area. Announcement Jobs are with the Navy Depart-
   The list follows:                                                                                                       nouncement 137B.                      203B.                                ment In foreign countries and
                                                                                                                                                                   Biologist, $6,435 to $12,210; Bio- U. S. possessions In the Pacifio

                                                                                                                              •Internal Auditor, Contract Au-
                                                                                                                           ditor, $6,435 to $13.730.-Jobs are    chemist, Physicist, $6,345 to $12,- area. Announcement 12-95-1 (59).
   Agricultural Commodity Grader                                                                                           In Auditor General Field Offices
                                                                                                                                                          210. (In the field of Radioisotopes).      Engineer,   $5,335 to   $13,730;
(Fresh Fruits and Vegetables).                                                                                                                            —Positions are with the Veterans Electronic Sci-^ntlst, MetallurTist,
                                                                                                                           of the U.S. Air Force. Announce-

$.5,335 to $6,435; (Grain), $4,345 and                                                                                      ment 217B.                    A d m i n i s t r a t i o n . Announce- Psysicist, $5,335 to $12,210.—Posi-
$5,355.—Announcement 214B.                                                                                                    Savingrs and Loan Examiner, ment 159B.                               tions are located at Redstone
   *Ai?ricuUural Economist, $5,355                                                                                         $5,355 and $6,435.—Jobs are In                                          Arsenal, Ala. Annot. 5-35-7 (59).
                                                                                                                                                            # ' B i o I 0 g 1 s t. Microbiologist,
to $13,730.—Announcement 53B.                                                                                              Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Physiologist, $5,355 to $13,730 —            'Engineer (Various branches),
   Agricultural Extpnsion Specialist                                                                                       Annct. 132 (B).                Jobs are in the Washington, D. C.,             (Continued on Page 16)
(Program Leadership, Educational
Research and Training), $8,955 to                                                 BRAND NEW
$13,730; Subject-Matter Specializa-
tion, Education Media, $8,955 to
                                                                                  1960                                                                                                       JILook,   dear, this is an

$13,7300.—Jobs are in the Wash-
ington, D. C., area. Extensive                                                                                                                                                                         excellent time to buy
travel     throughout the       United
States. Announcement 4 (B).                                                                                                                                                                 that sterling silver we've been
    AKrirultural Marketing: Special-                                                                                                                                                            talking about for so long."
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                                                                                           4157.    Stenographer-clerk,   Su-    $9,408.                                            I     •4167. Associate In dlstrlbuMva
                                                                                         preme Court, Appellate Division,          4158. Property management ex-                        education, $8,220 t« $9,870.
                                                                                         Fourth Department, appointment          aminer, $6,098 to $7,388.
                                                                                                                                                                                          *4168. Associate in education
                                                                                         expected at $4,400.                       4159. Junior rent examiner, $3,-
                                                                                                                                                                                        research, $8,220 to $9,870.
       (Continued f r o m P a s e 5)               4151. Principal draftsman (ar-          4161. Assistant in nursing Edu-       370 to $4,780.
eral), $5,246 to $8,376.                         chitectural), $5,246 to $6,376.         cation, $6,732 to $8,142.                 4160. R«nt examiner, $4,760 to                          *4169. Chief, Bureau of Educa-
  4146. Assistant hydraulic enel-                  •4152. Laundry supervisor, $4,070       4162. Assitant In physical edu-       $5,790.                                                tion Financial Research, $10,078 Ui
neer, $6,410 to $7,760.                          to $5,010.                              cation and recreation, $6,732 to          4597. Associate planner, Rockland                    $11,968.
   4147. Senior physician, $9,104                  *4153.   Industrial   geographer,     $8,142.                                 County, $7,200 to $8,200.    Complete information on the
to $10,874.                                      $4,988 to $6,078.                         4163. Assistant In safety educa-        4601.   Senior   planner,    West-
                                                                                                                                                            exams and application forms are
   4148. Associate public health                   4140. Accounting trainee, $4,988      tion, $7,296 to $8,142.                 chester, County, $5,860 to $7,540.
                                                                                                                                                            available from the State Depart-
nutritionist, $7,436 to $8,966.                  to $6,078.                                4164. Assistant In school business      41.V1. Healing reporter, $4,988 to
                                                                                                                                                            ment of Civil Service, 270 Broad-
   4036. Assistant civil engineer                                                        management, $6,732 to $8,142.           $6,078.
                                                   4155. Junior insurance examiner,                                                                         way in New York City, or T h e
(physical    research),   $6,410 to
                                                 $4,988 to $6,078.                   4165. SupervUor of english edu-      For the next three titles, appli- State Campus in Albany; and
                                                   4156. Research assistant (agri- cation, $9,812 to $10,874.          cations will be accepted until Nov. from local offices of the N.Y.8.
   4012. (Reissued), senior elec-
                                                 culture), $4,988 to $6,078.         4166. Senior architect, $7,818 to 7.                                   Employment Service.
tronic laboratory engineer, $7,818
to $9,408.
   4013. <Reissued), suijervisor of

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   4117. Assistant tax valuation
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   4560. Director of dental health,
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Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Ni-
agara, Orleans, and Y y o m i n g ) ,
$7,880 to $10,120.
               Open Later
  Applications will be accepted for
these positions until October 17,
unless otherwise noted.
  4096. Forest ranger, $3,680 to

  *4149. Senior railroad engineer,

$7,818 to $9,408.
  4150. Senior draftsman (archi-

                                                                                                                     AIR CONDITIONER
tectural), $4,280 to $5,250.

Union Calls on Rocky
In Dispute With                                                                                                                                                    Complete with New                                |
Bronx County Clerk                                                                                                                                         Do-it-Yourself E a s y - M o u n t
   Governor Rockefeller was urged
                                                                                                                                                                         Accessory Kit

last week to intercede in a dis-

pute between Terminal Employees
Local 832 and Bronx County Clerk
John Hanley. A telegram asking
the Governor's aid was sent by
Terminal     Employees   President
Herbert S. Bauch.
   The dispute is over the County
Clerk's plan to call for a new
test for promotion to senior clerk.
Mr. Bauch contends a new test

is unnecessary since the names of
three persons—all members of his

group—are still on the present
Bronx County promotion list for                                                                                                                                I W4l
senior clerk, which is only about

                                                                                                                                DTHUMIDIFIES'. VENTIL/ITfs/
I'/ij years old.
   Although Bronx County Clerk's
                                                                                                    • t'LTERSl
office workers are employed by
tlie City, they are under State
civil service rules. That is why
the Governor was called upon.
                                                                                                                      PLUGS INTO US-VOLT                                                 WIRING!
                                                                  ...Quickly, Easily!
                                                                                                                           No nead (or axpeniiv* 230-voll rgwirlng. Thit powerful, compact vnit
   Mr. Bauch, in his telegram to                                                                                           operotei on U S volli, drowi only 7.5 o m p t r e i — l e i t curreitl Hion a
Governor Rockefeller, said "inas-
much as the three employees left
on the list studied hard and long
                                                                                                                     FITS Almost ANY                                     WINDOW!
                                                                                                                           O n l y 2 6 " wide, 1 5 * " high, 1 4 ' / , " deep, Inslallt easily In tlondord
to pass, why should they have to                                                                                           double hung or c o u m e n i w l n d o w i — e v e n through the wall.

undergo some more torture?"
                                                                                                                      •   WHISPER-OUIET—no exceiiiv*                •   FRESH AIR V E N T I l A T I O N — w l l h
                                                                                    Bsiilj^liilii                         noiie to disturb your r e i l ,               or without cooling. 2 - S p t « d fan.
Senior Editorial                                                                                                      •   AUTOMATIC           TEMrERATUm            •   REUSABLE AIR FILTER—removot
Clerk Needed by                                                                                                           C O N T R O L — 1 0 poiitioni. for
                                                                                                                          "Set-and-Forget" comfort.
                                                                                                                                                                        dust ond most airborno pollon,
                                                                                                                                                                        keept home cleaner.
State to $4,350                                                           ro:1.n.-<f.ncAirCondi«o^
  Open until Sept. 26 with the
State of New York is an open
                                                                          in m m u t « I R A ^
                                                                                                                   5-YEAR WRIHEN PROTECTION PLAN
competitive examination for senior                                                                                                  on Sealed-in refrigeration mechanism
                                                                            General Electric
editorial clerk, a $3,500 to $4,350
                                                                       "Protected Purchase" Plan                    FULL Y E A R SERVICE          INCLUDED
a year title existing in various
State departments.
                                                                          NO DOWN fAYMENT—WITH 1«A0I!I
                                                                            NO PAYMENTS FO> 3 MONTHSI
                                                                                                                            A T NO E X T R A COST I
                                                                       POSTPONt PAYMENIJ—IP UNAIIE TO WOlKt
  Applicants must be high school                                               (iaiad on G.E.C.C. T«riai|
graduates and have at least one
year of experience in proofreading
and editing.
  The written test will cover print-
ing terms, proofreaders marks,                                                  SPECIAL REDUCED
                                                                            Prices to Civil Service Employees
editing practices, word meaning,
spelling, indexing, alphabetizing,
modern English usage, and mod-
ern .supervision.
  Apply to the State Department

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of Civil Service, 270 Broadway,
Manhattan; or The State Campus,

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ernment      on Social        Security.   Mall
•nly.     Leader,   97        Uuane   Street,
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                                                                                                                                                  bActerloloirlst. prom. f H o s p l t a l s ) , ,S certiHed
                                                                                                                                                    hacierioloirlst. 8   cerlilled     AuK. I B
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         I,a«t   No.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Where to Applf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           For Public Jobs
                                                                                                                                       .Tiinior     btiildinK custodian,    2 certified AUK. 15                                                                     8
                                                                                                                                        Ttinior   chemical enfflneer. 4 cerlifted June 17                                                                          7
                                                                                                                                       .Iiininr    ohcmlst, 1 certifieil July I                                                                                   1(1
                                                                                                                                       Junior       drnflsnian,    B eerlified   AUK.           16                                                                8(i
                                                                                                                                        fitnior   electrical enKtncer, (1 certified July 7                                                                         5
                                                                                                                                       Junior     landscape arclitlecl, 2 certified .\iik. 2                                                                                The        foUowIng            directions             tell'
     Briow Is the complete progrpss of New York City examinations,                                                                     .rumor      mechanical enKineer, B certified Sept, 7
                                                                                                                                        Junior      planner, 1 certified June 30                                                                                  IB where            to apply           for public             Jobs''
listed by title, latest progress on tests or list and other information of
Interest to anyone taking         City civil service open-competitive or
                                                                                                                                        r.,Tboratory aide, B eerlified June 22                                                                                    46 and how to reach destinations In
                                                                                                                                        halioratory helper, men, 3 certitied                            .\UK. 12                                                  71
promotion examinations, and the last number certified from each                                                                         L.'iboratory lieltier, w o m e n . 15 certified AUK. 12                                                                   25 New York City on the transit
                                                                                                                                        I.atiorer,        fill   ceitified  AUK.      18                                                                         RI9
eligible list. Only the most reccnt step toward appointment Is listed.                                                                  Landscape architect. 3 certified June 10                                                                                  7.5    system.                                                        ''
                                                                                                                     I , « s ( .No.
                                                                                                                                        Laundry f o r e m a n , 8 certified June 27                                                                               10
 Tlllf                                                                         l.ntesi         I'mnresii             tertlflecl
                                                                                                                                        T.aiindry w o r k e r ( m e n ) . 5 certified Julv 21                                 ,,                                 41 2                                    NEW Y O R K C I T Y — T h e Appll.-
 Account clerk. 17 certified ALLTR. -LO
                                                                                                                                        raciitenant. jironi. ( F i r e l , 2.3 eertified .-XUK. 30                                                                                      201
                                                                                                                               2 Ml)    T.ieiitciiant, prom, f p o l i c e ) . 960 list notices sent July 19
 A c c o u n t a n t , Kenei'al prom, list, 2 certified AUK. 29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      cations Section of the New Yorlc
                                                                                                                                      1 Locksmith.             3 certified AUK.        12                                   .,..
 A c c o u n t a n t , 12 eertified Scrit. (1                                                                                    7:!
 Altiliabetic key punch otieratur ( I l l . M ) , 2 c e r t i f i e d A l l y . ;;5                                              211 I Miii'liinist. 15 certified Sept. 7                                                                                                                  77         City Deipartment of Personnel Is' '
 A n n o i i i i c e i , 7 certified .l.fitly 8                                                                                  .'to MainU'iiame man, lUO certified AIIK. 17 . . .                                                                                                      BOO
 Astihalf worlcer, sen. prom. list.                                                    eertified July 2H                       1 . > 1 Mai' ainer helper — flroun
                                                                                                                                  ^<                                                     pieFerred list. 42 certied July S . .                                                             4'; located at 9G Duane St., New York
 As-ii'                   pioni. I T a x D e p t . ) , 0 cprlilied July 11                                                        1(1   Maintaineri helper — Group B. preferred list, 268 certified July S                                                                               Stis
                         imitaiit, 1 c e i t i f i e d A u f .                           I                                       10      M a a a y c r i e Ueep-r, 2       certified AUK.                30                                                                                 25 7, N.Y, (Manhattan). It Is two
                architect, p r o m o t i o n , .3 failed written .luly 22                                                                Marine enKlncer. 16 certified June 17                                                                                                             27
                         lerioloirisf, KPneral iiromotion list, 19 certified AUK. 12                                              1!) Marine oiler. 9 certified Jnne 24                                                                                                                               blocks north of City Hall, just, ,
 A«-.l. I
                        icsBoi. 14 certified Julv 1                                                                             173      M.isons hcltier, 15 certined Sept. S
 Aast          tiuiiiiet exatninei', open, 6 summoned f o r written June 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      west of Broadway, across from
                                                                                                                                         .Ntaster plumber, lie. e.xam . 40 failed, 2.3 list notices scut Juno 24
 A s s t . biidiret e x a m i n e r , prom . 2 Riinimoned f o r written June 4
 AhhI bridk'c operator, 8 certified July 20
                                                                                                                                         Master electrician, license exam 69 tailed written, 33 summoned f o r pract.                                                                                 The Leader office.
                                                                                                                                                    Jnne 23, 24 and 27
 Asm chemisi, prom. ( H e a l t h ) . 1 certified July 28 .                                                                              Materials expediter, 4 certified AUK. 16                                                                                                         6 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Hours are 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.,
 AH-I cii ii enirincei, I eertilied July 2!i                                                                                             Male, pi'oni.. .")4 list n o l i . i s sent July 26
 An^l           c o i u l clerk, prom. ( M u n i c i p a l C o u r t ) , 20 certified Sept. I                                            •| '.'It c u l l e r , labor cl.iss. 17 certified June 28                                                                                         an closed Saturdays except to answer
 Asst d i i c c t o i of rch:,bililation                                      ;l minimoncd f o r oral June l y                           Mechanical enKineer. prom               i H o s p i f a f s ) . 2 eertified May 31
  Asxl           dejiuly I'cKistci. proin . ;ttt siimmnnpfl for written May 25 and 2(3                              ....                 Mechanical cnKineerinK dr.'iflsman. 16 ceitified Sept. 2                                                                                           l(i inquiries from 9 to 12 A.M. Tele- .
 Aail           electrical encineer, ureneral p r o m o t i o n , 5 certified AUK. 11                                             3S     Mcch.'inical niaintainer, IKrolip                 R I , prom.. 9 certified AUK. 17                                                                    9
 A»KI           eleclricai enj^ineer, open, 10 ceititied AllK. 11 . . .                                                             9    Meifieal social           worker. 9 ceitified July 18                                                                                                        phone COrtland 7-8880.
 AasI fiii'Cinan (BtrucUtres — Group A ) . 3 c e r t i f i e d July 14                                                              8   .MortiraKe tax examiner, prom. ( H a l l of R e . o r d s l , 4 certified AUK. 23        ...                                                          4
  Aa»l           t o l l m a n i S a n ) . prom. f 2 certified .May 2:i                                                         Km Motion (df'tiirc operator, b. . exam., 2 failed, 2 pa.ssed, list notices sent June                                                                 I             I Mailed requests for applicatloa
  Ami f o i c n i a n (Rtrnctltres — (irfiiip C l . 1 certified July 13                                                           ri M o t o r m a n . prom., 1 certined July 14
 Ah^I eardener, •:r,r, eprlified Si'Pt. 8                                                                                   2.7sn        Mi.tor vehicle dispatcbei.                   failed p r o m o t i o n test June 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          80 blanks must include a stamped,
 AmsI            hoHpital aiiministrafor,                                   2 c e r t i f i e d AUK. 3(1                        3        M o t o r vehicle operator. 96 certified AUK. 31
 AhsI            landscape architect, KCnerat prom . I eertilied June 24                                                                                                                                                                                                                .180 self-addressed business-size enve-
 Asm m e c l i a n i c a l e U K i n e e r , K c n . prom. l i s t . 4 certified Sept. (i                                                          5       S t It            .No 3100 operator. 8 ccriincd .May 25
 Ah             lilaiiiict'. prom.. 3 certified .'\UK 31                                                                                           3 NCR N o .                              opera(or, B certified June 3                                                                      '' lope. Mailed application forms
 A S t. resident                      building super., prom . 19 certified Juno 24                                                               91
  A s I. nientirpnoloKisl. 5 failo<I prnettcal June 30 . .                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            must be sent to the Personnel .j
  A s It. siiinal ciri'iiit entfinppr, 7 certified July 28                                                                                       II
  A s It. Btation supervisor, prom. ( T A i                                                   5 certified June 2 9                                 !1 (inice appliance operaloi , 25 certified Sept. 7                                                                               '•."jg Department. Including the sped- I
  A s It «ti.. l(man. 4 certified July I . . '                                                                                                 231 Oiler, i n e f c i r e d list. 32 certitied AUK. 15                                        ..
 A s I. snpei'visor ( W e l f a r e ) , prom., 7(1 certified AUK. 24                                                                          21! ( I'aiU f o r e m a n , prom . 979 f a i l - d wrlticn .Tune 14                                                                                   I fled filing fee in the form of a I
  A s .1. Hiitit. of constriiclion, 8 list notir-es sent .VllK. 9                                                                                         I'arkim,' meter attendant ( w o m e n ) , 25 certitied AUK. 29
  A s it. siitil. of construction, iironi. (housinir A i i t h . l , 8 list notieeq gent .\UK. 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         «77          check or money-order, at least
                                                                                                                                                           I'arK.iiB Meter Collector                                          411 certified Maicl             16
  A s It. siiiicrintendant of w e l f a r e shelters. ;t summoned f o r nieil. A n y , 17
  A s d. Hurvcyoi', jirom. ( T a x i , 1 list nolice sent .\IIK. 9
                                                                                                                                                           Carole ollicer. 7 ••crtilied for iHohalion oflicer M.-iy                                                                       1" . five days before the closing data
                                                                                                                                                          f a n d e ofTlcer. 19 certified Sept. 7 f r o m probation onicer                                                               269
  A s si. train dispatcher, lirom.. 14 certified AllK. 12
  Assi           youth Kiiidanee tech                                   (19 stimmoned for written June 18
                                                                                                                                                           I'ati'olnian. 115 eerlified AilK.                               16                                                       2.991             for filing of applications. This is
                                                                                                                                                           I'crsoiinel examiner, p i o m . . M rertified June 29
  Atli          tant. men. 15 certified AllJ                                               5                                                1.01-,
  A l l f n . l . i i i l (wnTiii>nl. S7 ceilincil Sept.                                                                                       )03
                                                                                                                                                           IMiainiacist,                1 certified                Julv 20                                                              32 5 to allow time for handling and
                                                                                                                                                    4     I'hoto'.'raiiher. 10 eerlified .\ilir. 3
  AMciniey                  ( l a w lllirar-ian). 4 i p i t l f i c i
  AiiillK-visiKil .'lid tri'linirlan. 3 i r r l l f i i ll .\1IS.                                                                                31 I'hotostal operator, 3 ccrtinrd AUK. 12                                                                                                  39 ' tor the Department to contact
                                                                                                                                                           f l i y s i c a l Iherapist. IN tailed written, 39 summoned                                       tor nied. Auk. .'<0
  A u l o [n;i<-liiiiist. 1 certified Aiifr. 1',*                                                                                                4 I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             14 the applicant in case his applica-
                                                                                                                                                           i'ilot.                       ( F i r e n e p a r t m e n i i . 4 certified July 25                  ..
                                                                                                                                                           I'ipe ciiiilker, 22 certifico ,.\uir. 2
                                                                                                                                                           f i n e layiiiK inspector, 26 certified AUK. 5                                                                                    ^^ tion is incomplete.
  B.ilt:ill..n chief                        ( K l r e l , S cerlilled Jiiri                           i:i                                                  t'lanncr.                8   certified            AliK.      15
  Bhieksiiillli. !l oerlilled Jlllv •.'.'>                                                                                                        10       I'lastcrcr, 3 certified Julv 21                                                                                                   3S           The Applications Section of
  Bhii-lisn.illH holiipr. '.'(I i-el-lifled .Iill.v f.'.'j                                                                                        86       I'liiiMbcr, 29 eertilied                           .'\m:. I                                                                       10
  BociUl.iiider, H eerliHe.l Auk.                                                                                                                 2" I'InmbinK inspector. 12 certified July 14                                                                                               46 the Personnel Department is near
  Bn.'Ula.vri', I s c e i l i n e d .lul.v 27                                                                                                    411 I'olieewonian.                        10 certified .^lIK.                24
  B r i d s e anil tiiiinel maintainer. 27 certified .Inly 14                                                                                    88 I'ortabte enirineer ( A M l ' K S l . lie. exam. 33 tailed. 68 list nii tices sent June 17                                                       , the Chambers Street stop of the
  Bridi:« and tunnel niaintainer, '!n eerlilieil Sept. 5                                                                                       1 f.l        I'ort.'ible emrineer (steam I. lie. e x a m . 1 called f o r July
  Biiiliie and tunnel o f f i e e r . 10 e e i t i l i i d                                        .Mil.-. 4                                                I'ltwei cable maintainei                              prom., 3 i-ertified Jnne 30                                                   J I main s u b w a y         lines that go
   Bri.l',-p and tunnel serfeant prnni. I T K & T.\ I. ^ oertified .Inly 1"! .                                                                       6      Cower niaintainer (Krollti R ) . lU'oni.. 5 certified AllK. 17
   Briilife nperatiir. p r o m . I I'nlilie W o r k s ) . K ) eerlitipd Ann. "Ill                                                                Al I'riiicipai clicmisi, 3 ccltilicd Sept. 8                                                                                                ^Ij' through the area. These are the
   Bridso npenilMi-in-eliaree iirnni. ( I ' l i l i l i c VVnrUs), 'iO certified A u g .                                                          20 !'rin.mat cbildrcns counselor. 3 eertifieii Julv 25                                                                                 16.: I R T 7 th Avenue Line and the
  Bridiie painter. HI list notices sent .XIIK.                                                                                                           I I'robation ofilccr, certified Sept. «                                               '                                          13
   Bn<lKPni;in and riveter. 14 ceititicd May                                                                                                             , 'I'liKiani review asst.. 1 rertified .lune 15
   B i i d a c i ex.iniiner, open. 4': miniii nned foi written ,Inne 4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 fND 8th Avenue IJne. The I R T
                                                                                                                                                            l'.sychiatric social w o r k e r . 1 n-rtified July 22
   Budget e.\;inimer, prom.. 24 «iiinninncd fin written .fnne 4
   Bus inaintainer. irrinip A . prom.. 21 failed practical Altir. 3
                                                                                                                                                           Csvchiatrist, 29 list notices sent June 21                                                                                        ^o Lexington Avenue Line stop to
                                                                                                                                                         I I'svcluilosist. 17 certified July 25
   Ciitile Stdi.ers lielper. « certified July                                                       lit    . .                                    in I'tllilie health assistant. 29 eertilied AUK. 19                                                                                                I use is . the Brooklyn Bridge stop ,
   Catnain i l - i r e t . (irotn.. 2 certified .May Hi                                                                                         41! . Ciiblic health nurse. 23 siinunied f o r orals beirinniiiK May 2«
                                                                                                                                                            I'lll'lic lie.'ilth sanitarian                        115 simtmoned f o r written June 11
   ral>lain. men ( C o r t ' e e f i o n ) . prom., I S certified .^ttif. I                                                                       r.o
                                                                                                                                                           l'ul>lie relations as.st . 2 eerlified Julv 1                                                                                       ^ and the BMT Brighton Local's

   Ciiplain. Wdinen ( C o r r e c t i o n ) , prom., ;! ecrlified A l l s . »                                                                     lit
                                                                                                                                                            Purch'isc inspector ( l u m b e r t , 2 eertilied .\Uff. 26
   C.'inf.'ii". tiriini                     t l ' o l i c e ) , IH certified Mav :i                                                             1 •                                                                                                                                                    stop is City Hall. All these are
   Car inspector; preferred list. 1 certified July 14                                                                                             42 Itailroad clerk. 99 cerlilled A l l s . 8                                                                                       1.1 S3
   C'arnenter.                   1«         certitied               Allir.                                                                        n.'i H « i l r o a d porter. 235 eertitieil July 8 and 11                                                                               7:15 but a few blocks from the Per-
   Casliicr. prom. ( T A ) .                                      eertified AttB. 1                                                             ItKl        Itailroad porter, 200 eertitieil July 29                                                                                      US',
   Clieniisf, 2 eerlified July                                           1                                                                        2(! Itammer, prom, ( M a n h . p i e s . ) 17 cerdfied June 8                                                                               I'c,' sonnel Department.
   r i i i c t pmliatinn ntlli'er, tl list nnliers sent Anir. 9                                                                                              Itanimer, prom., (Querns pres ) . 8 certified June 8 . .                                                                            8 I
   C i v i t entiim-er, .*{ eertitieil .\n^^                                            12                                                     31 .i ileal estate nianaser, 1 certified M a y 26                                                                                          103
   C i v i l enirinecr ( W a t e r .Supply), fl certified Allic. I S                                                                                          " -rd c<l;tto manager. 27 failed written, 11 called f o r xtierience i n t e r v i e w Jiil.v 12
   (^ivil enitineerinit d r a f t s m a n , I n certified Seid. S                                                                                  19 licereatinn leader, Kroiip 8, 10 list notices sent .'Viti:.                                                                                         STATE — First floor at 270
    Cleaner                I men 1, 8.1 c e r t i f i e d                      AtlK. -JH                                                        4 75 I t e t r i i c i iliuK machine ooer.itor, bccnse test. 177 failed. I l l passed July 22
   Cleaner, winiien,                              10(1 certified /\np                           "
                                                                                                >                                                           It.search assistant ( y o u t h a c t i v i t i e s ) , 2 certified AUK, 23                                                                Broadway, New York 7, N.Y.,
   Clerk of district ( M u n i c i p a l C o u r t ) . priim., (I certitied A n e . 24                                                               6
   Clerk, ( s e l e c t i v e cert, of males o n l y )                                         17 certified A u s . 2H
                                                                                                                                                             ttoail .-ir inspei.toi, proir.                           94 .iimmonc.t f c r H'rillen '                   |i                              corner of Chambers St., telephone
                                                                                                                                                            Uoad car inspector, iironi., 13 f a i l e d wi ten A u g . 2
   Clerk, .'If certified Ann". :U                                                                                                            lis.--.                                                                                                                                                   BArcIay 7-1616; Governor Alfred
    Coat passi.r. 11 eerttied Auif.
    Cnll.'iro Hdriiinistiative asst.
                                                                           pinni . 4 certified Juno 22
                                                                                                                                                                                                  • s •                                                                                                E. Smith State OlBce Building and
   Coll                   oflic              it. A , fiO eertilied Alli:. "Ki                                                                               Saiiil ilion man. 184 certified AUK. S                                                                                    1.675
    Cnllei:. ofiic                            1, B. p r o m . ( C i t y Colleire), .'1 certified Sept. «                                            lit     Satisl.'iction clcrk. prom, l Hall of K e c o n l s ) , 7 certified A u s . 25                                                       7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The State Campus, Albany; Room
    Ciilleai                                  . A . (i certified Scjil. S                                                                          4S        School lunch liiaiiaKei'. 23 certitied A u g . 22                                                                                25 400 at 155 West Main Street,
    Comm                                      »rer, l : i Rilmmoneil foi written .lune 29                                                                           ivoiial parktnan. 1 i-ertilicd .luly 12                                                                       !        889
    Ciinsnltaiit I |                  i       III e d . ) . 4 slimmiined for medical Aui;. 17                                                                   I'liioi       architect           ( H o i w I n K I . tirom.. 2 eertilied .luly 11                                                     Rochester (Wednesdays only); and
    CiilHiillanl public lie-iltli niirse. I certified Ant:. A                                                                                                ••I'li.oi brnlee and tunne. ortlcer. prom.. 1 certified June 21 . .                                                  [             B 141 James St., Syracuse (first and
    C o r i v c l i o n orficer, men. (1 certified .liily -l!!                                                                                               Senior biiildinK custodian, prom. ( P u b l i c W o r k s ) , 4 certitied AUK.                                                      6
    Correction oflicer ( w o m e n ) , 17 certified .luly 15                                                                                                                  clerk, 17 certified Sept. 1                                                                         ,       3.-1(1 third Tuesdays .f each month).
    Ciiui-l atiendaiit, fi 4 ' 1 siimmoneil tor written .Itine 2ft                                                                                           Senior clerk, prom. I F i r e D e p t . ) , 5 certified July 26                                                                   10
    Court Att< Miant las Deputy She •iMl                                                         i:l certified No                              35'                              lerk, prom. ( C i t y Re^jisterl, 16 eerlified July 13                                                        26           Any of these addresses may be
     Court clerli l.iom                                (City C o u r t ) , :) I'crtined ,Iune 16                                                                     lior clerk, prom, ( F ' i n a n c c ) . 25 eertified July 19                                                             ,36
     Cmirt               l!..p i-tei                                                                                                                                 nor I'Icrk, prom, t H c a l t b D e p t . ) , 9 certified July 5                                                         15        used in applying for county jobs
                                                 H certifie.i .Mar
    Cusic'^ • .          •            certified .lune .'in . .
                                                                                                                                                                     lior clerk, prom, ( M a y o i s O f i l c e ) . 4 certified July 11                                                         4 or for Jobs with the State. The
                                                                                                                                                                     lioi clerk, p i o m . ( P u b l i c W o r l ; s ) . 12 certified Julv 5                                                  2';
                                                                                                                                                          |Sc nor clerk, prom, tBil or E d . l , U certified July 5                                                                           80 State's New York City office is a
                                                                                                                                                                     lior I'lerk         ( M a y o l B O f i l c / C i v i l D e t . ) . 4 certified AllK. 2              ....                1 1
     Dental assistant. :! certified Sept                                                 7                                                                      Cicor clcrk. prom. t W e i r a r e ) , 142 c e i i i f i c d July                                                  . 2:is block south on Broadway from
     Denial lnaiciii>t. (Vroup II. 11) list notices H'Mit Auir. 2                                                                                               enior f a m i l y and child w e l f a r e worker, prom , 52 certified June 21                                                 60 the City Personnel Department's
     Di'ntist. 2 certified Sept. ()                                                                                                                             enior fiuKcrprint technician, pioni. ( m a g . c o u r t ) . 5 certitied July 15                                                  c.
     Dcpt             lilii-ary aide. I certfiieil Alls:. I I
                                                                                                                                                                cnioi' ti.'ii'kioK meter atteiiilant ( w o m e n l , 15 eerlified ,\u'.'. 4                                 ..                nil Broadway entrance, so the same
     Depii.ty . l i i . r                 pruni           ( F i r e ) .f eertiflcil .Iiine 1.1                                                                  enior tnobation olUcer. tirom. (Doni. rel. c o u r t ) , 3 certified Sept                                      8              27
     Deputy chief probation oHicri. prom.. '! list notices sent .Tuly 19                                                                                       lenior tisycboloKisl. 4 cerlifii'd Sept, 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        transportation Instructions apply.
     D e p u t y cli'it; of district, p r o m . 7 failed writlen .luly 27 . .                                                                                  icnior steno, iirom. ( P e i s o n n c l ) , 12 certified July 20                                                   !         s i r . Mailed apphcations need not in-
     D e n u t y clerk of district (Miiniciiial C o u r t ) , tirom.,                                                    certified AllJ. 29                    ienior steno, iironi. ( H o s r i i t a l s i , 7 eerlified July 20                                                                H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             B09 clude return envelopes.
     Deputy slieritf, I .;)2:i calle.r foi written .lune •:'>
     Deputy warden, prom                                         ( r o r r e c t i n n ) . .'Ul certifieit .lune 8 .                                S3 lenior steno, prom. ( geii. e rtiiom. list. e t 15) , certitied AUK. July ,2.0.
                                                                                                                                                               lenior stenoi^ratdicr
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Wat          Supply,       c.      15 certified
     Director of labor research, 4 summoned f o r medical Allit. 2S                                                                                             enior slcnoKrapher. |irom. i H o s p i t a l s l , 16 certified A u g . 11                                                                 Candidates may obtain applica-
     Dist. HUtierv. of tirliool ciiHtodiaiis. prom.. 7 ecrtined ..Vug.                                                                                                         HtenoKrapber, prom. ( T A I , 2 certified AUK. 19                                   ....                           6 tions for State Jobs from          local
     Dist                              iliii! puhlir healll                         tirsp pi                (1 cPi'tified July 14                                                           pher. proMi. I W e l f a r e ) . 11 certified                                                    10-
     Editorial                    I'istant                   eertifleil Sept                 1                                                                Senioi' tabulator operator ( I l i . M i . prom. t W e l l a r e ) , 4 certified Sept. 6                                                  offices of the New York State
     Elect I lea                   iiL'-ineerintr d r a f t s m a n , S i-ertified                             Anir, 1(1                                         .'iiior title examiner, prom. C l ' a x l . 3 certified June !2
      Electrici                      'J'! failed                practical, (4 siimnioiicd                        for medical Atiif.                           ^ewau-n treatment w o i k c r , 38 certified AUK. 3                                                                            12.-. Employment Service.                       I.H
      Kleclrici                      Kcneral tn'om. list. *! 2 certified .\ng. 12                                                                               '.•rKeanl. liioin                 t P o l i c e l . 177 certified May 3                                                      Bll.-.
     Kle.-trici; 1. pron                            ( D i r . of I'crsoi m e n , 1 eertilied Allir. i                                                              ','11 painter, 9 certified June 28
     Electrici; 1, pron                                                                                                                                       Sncial investigator (Krullti 91, 281 summoned tor w r i t l e n July 29                                                                                                        i'
                                                    (City            Colleiic).            I    certified       Auir.    1
     Elect nei :i, tiiim                            (Correction),                   2 certified Am,', il                                                      Special o f t i i i ' r , 20 certified A l l s . 26                                                                            419
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FEDERAL — Second U.S. Civil
     Weetrici.- 1, tiron                            t S a n i t a t i o n l . 4 certified AtlK. »                                                             st.'ilionary engineer, 27 certificil July 29                                                                                6(1.;-. Service Region Office, News Build-
     Ktectrici I, pron                              t H i w p i l a l s ) , S -•ertificil .Aim. 4                                                             stationary              fireman,         24 certified July 8                                                                   110
      Kle                    II. pron               (Public               Works)                    •ertified Aiiif. 4                                        Sieanilittcrs helper. 13 eerlified AUK. 2                                                                                        35       ing, 220 East 42d Street (at 2d
      Elect ri. ns hlcper. H(l failed iiractical. ,'>7 summoned f o r nipi eal .\ug. 30                                                                       Sloekman. gen. tirom. list. I :l certified Sept. 2                                                                               3 s
      Elevfllo                  meclianic's heltiei. 32 eertilied June                                           17                                           siolelteeticr, prom. I Hoslii 1 a l s ) , 4 certified AuK. 11                                                                        8 Ave.), New York 17, N. Y., just
      Elevalo                   oiierator. 21 certified July 21)                                                                                  369         Storekeeper, Olien. 4 certified A u g . 11                                                                                           6 west of the United Nations build-
      Elevat.i                operator. (i(l certified Sept. 1                                                                                    6011        Striietiire maintainer (Krollt) 0 ) . 4 certifled .\UK. 12                                                                        16
      Elevatii                startci. prom.. ( W c l f a r e l . S certified Alts'. 18                                                                4       s i r n c t u r o niaintaitier ( g r o u p K ) , 7 certified AIIK. 18                                                            67 ing. Take the I R T Lexington Ave.
      Kiisiiie,               la aide, 1 certiHcil Attn, -l                                                                                                    Superintendent of construction, prom., 4 certified A n s . 12                                                                    11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                23 line to Grand Central and walit
      EKterm                  itor                 certified              July        IS                                                             41        SiipervisinK children's c o u n s d o i . 3 certified .lune 1
      F a m i u anil .iiiat w e l t a l e w c i u e i                                     prom., 21 oerlilled May SO
                                                                                                                                                              Supervising clerk, prom. ( B d . of Hst ) , 2 ceitified A u g . 29                                                                  4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        two blocks east, or take the shuttle
                                                                                                                                            . »•:             Siiiiervising clerk, prom. ((.Uimplrollcr), 8 certitied A u g . ;ill                                                              It)
      i'tiiiierprint teih., 8 certified Sept. 2 .
      F i r e alarm dispatcher, 1 certified Aug:. 1
                                                                                                                                                     23        Miliervising fire alarm distialclict. p r o m , 6 certitied .Ma.v 25                                                             22 from Times Square to Grand
                                                                                                                                                     4ll       Siitiervisinr home economist, pi'oni                              ( W e l f a r e ) , 8 certified Jnne 18                           8
      »'ircnian,                  2(1(1 certified                     Alia.         1                                                       , !M.-il           Supervising housing grouinlsman, 7 certified A u g                                            1                                     7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Central or the I R T Queens-Flush-
      Koreniin                   auto nieclianic. prom.                                  (Fire),              certified Attif. 12                       5 Supervising parking meter atlendant, S certified July 8                                                                               15 ing train from any point on the
      F o r e m a n tears and 8lio|iB), prum.. .'ITU failed writlBn Auif. I S                                                                                  Supervising probation ofileer, prom. i D o m . Rel. Court 1. 2 certified Sept. « .                                                  8
      Foreni.m ( s i m i a l s l . pi                                       8 t^rtified AilB. II                                            !           9 Sntiervising public heallli nurse prom. ( H e a l l h l , 23 certKiod A u g , 15                                                 .     83     line to the Grand Central slop.
      F o r e m a n ( s i r u . t i i r e s — g r o u p Oi                             m o m , S certified A u » . l i {                                9 siipcrvisiiitf stenn, p r o m . t H o i i s i i i K ) , 6 certified Sept. (I . . . .                                   ,              42
       Freiiiht .'mcnt, prom                                  ( T A I , S certified July 11                                                             ii Supervising Bieno, p r o m . ( A i r P o l l u t i o n C o n t r o l ) , 14 ceriifioU Sept. 1                                        B  O       Hours are 8:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. I
       F u n i i t u r o niaintainer ( w o o d w o r k ) , prom., 10 f a i l e d pract. July « r                                                               Supervising steno, gen. prom. list. 16 certifieil Sept. I
                                                                                                                                                               Supervising tab, operator ( I H M ) , 7 9 sumtuoned f o r written Jnne 18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Monday through Friday. Tele-
      Oarauo for eman, prom. ( K d l t c a t i o n ) ,                                               certified A u g . B                                B Siinervising tab. operator ( I B . M ) . prom., 80 aiimmoned f o r w i i t l e a Juti* I S                                                     phone number is Y U 6-2626.
       Gi'ii I. Siipert. of I'onstruclion, prom. . H o i i s l n * ! , a cert. July iS
                                                                                                                                                     14 Supervisor ( p s y c h i a t r i c social w o r k ) , a certified Juiio I!                                                                 «
       Hiwtler, 1 certified July SO                                                                                                                  61 Surface lino operator, 84 certified A u g . 1                                                                                    1.575              Applications are also obtain-
       Huiiaiiiii HssiHtaiit. 20 cerlitied June 24
                                                                                                                                            .      4111
       Honsmif                  assistant, 7 eerlified July 28
                                                                                                                                            ,      ;i;;                                                                                                                                                  able at main post offices, except
      Hiiusimi careialicr, ;184 e e r l i f i e d                                         .Auk. 2(1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 86 the New York, N. Y., Post Office.
                                                                                                                                               1,1 n
       Hoiisinii comm                            a c f t v i t i e t coordinatoi                   14 certined June I S                                         Tabulator              operator ( I B M ) ,             8 certitied July             IS
       H o i u i i u hi'cman. 14 certified Sc|it. 8
                                                                                                                                                     r>s 'rclephonn operator, 27 certifled Sept, 7                                                                                            B.'5 Boards of examiners at the par-
       H o u a l l u inspector, 59 certified Sein. 7                                                                                                             lickct Agent                 16 i « r l i l i e d Nov 24
                                                                                                                                            .      2.S2
        Houmm: lltlicel                           14(1 ciirtlMed M a i . ' ' 14
                                                                                                                                                   37S 'I'lacknian, 988 certified A u g . 31                                                                                             2 (too ticular installations offering tha
       Roiikiiii; o t i i w r lieutenant, prom., 12 ^•erlified July 18
                                                                                                                                                      li         I r a K u D e v l i « M a i n l a i n e i . 30 certified Jan 8 , , .                                                     a n 5 tests also may be applied to for
       Hoiisnit supply man. 5 eerlified July 11                                                                                                      Ul        Train dispatcher, prom , 10 certified June 29                                         ,,.                                         80
       InliMprcter ( S p a n i i h - l t a l i a n ) . 49 practical, 19 •utnmoned f o r nied. A u « .                                                           •I'ransit sergeant, prom                            3 ceitified June 13               .,.                                        85 further information and applica-
                                                                                                                                                               'I'lirnstilH niaintainer, 4 certified .\ug. 9
        I i n p e c t o r of boi'ougii                             w o r k » , 6 c e i t i f i e d July            2U
                                                                                                                                                               'I'ypiat. H cortified A u g . 31
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ^I'l tion forms. No return envelopes
       Juiiior Brcliiteci, l e i i . prom., '1 certified A u g . l u
                                                                                                                                                         ^ I Vcntilalion and drainage maintainer, prom.. 9 certified Set.t
                                                                                                                                                                 v c n i i i a i i o n ana flrainage mainiainer.                                      cerlifie.           1                              are required with named requests
        Junior a r c l i i i e . t ,                   open. 7                cerlifiiil A m .               10
      Juiiiut    »tioriicy,     »   c w l i f l e d July   »                                                                . ISUU &       Water      tender, ii'uiii,    (Marintt *      A v i a l i u u ) , It cerlihed   Sept. i     . .                             m i for apllcatiou lornu.
 T t t M d a y , S e p t e m W 13,   1%0

                                                                                                                                  First New Constitution in Years
                                                                                               Typist (group 3), medical, Rr.
                                                                                             200, 241 Church St., • «Jn. for

                                                niclan, medleal, above location,
                                                                                             189 candidates.
                                                                                               Transcribing typist (group 3),
                                                                                                                                  Marks Firefi^iiters Convention
                                                                                                                                           (Continued from Page Z)                             Impartial  arbitration in the
                                                8:25 a.m. for 36 candidates.                 medical, above location, 8 a.m. for                                                            event of an impasse in negotla-
                                                                                                                                     tan Fire Authority.
•                 Tuesday, 8«»t. IS                 Real estat« manager, medical, 111 candidates.                                       Of .special Interest were reports                   tloiw; Premium pay for hazard-
K Public health nurs«, (group 7),               same location, 8:65 a.m., for 42                Assistant buyer, medical, above                                                             ous work; endorsement of the
                                                                                                                                     rendered on the subject of inte-
i ^ c h - o r a l , Rm. 706, 29P Broadway       candidates.                                  location, 8 a.m. for 19 candidates.                                                            UFA'S campaign for $7,500 maxi-
                                                                                                                                     gration of Fire and Police services.
       • p.m. for e candldatM.
              Wednesday, Sept. 14
                                                    Senior shorthand reporter, med-                     Friday, Sept. 16                            Elections                               mum salary, based upon the prin-
                                                ical. above location, 9:45 a.m. for             Tabulator operator ( I B M ) , writ-                                                        ciple of "skilled pay for skilled
|l Engineer-assessor (utility), writ-                                                                                                    Elections for office In the Inter-
                                                88 candidates.                               ten, Rm. 202, 241 Church St., national Association were held on                                work"; paid holidays; equaliia-
   en, R m . 202, 241 Church St., 8:45
                                                    Shorthand           reporter,   medical, 8:45 a.m. for 160 candidates.           Thursday, Sept. 1. Re-elected were                     tion of vacations, and time and
   ,.m. for five candidates.
                                                above location, 11:46 a.m. for 50                      Saturday, Sept. 17            President William D. Buck and                          one-half for overtime.
P Assistant s u p e r l n t e n d a n t
                                                candidates.                                     Laboratory aide, written, Rm. Secretary-Treasurer              John      C.                   Among other resolutions intro-
  ( p o w e r - T A ) , written, Rm. 202, 241
^ n i u r c h St., 8:45 a.m. for six                          Thursday, Sept. IB              202, 241 Church St., 8:45 a.m., Kabachus; both of Washington,                                 duced and acted upon were:
Candidates.                                         Assi.stant s u p e r l n t e n d a n t for 143 candidates.                       D.C., where       the    International
                                                                                                                                                                        Adoption of a campaign for a
     Traffic control inspector, medi-            ( p o w e r - T A ) , written, Rm. 202, 241    Public health nurse, t«ch-oral, maintains its headquarters in the     universal 40-hour week; condem-
  cal, Rm. 200, 241 Church St., 8               Church St., 8:45 a.m., for six Rm. 705, 299 Broadway, 1 p.m. APLrCIO building.                                        nation of the Landrum-OrifBn
I a.m., for 31 candidates.                       candidates.                                 for seven candidates.                       Also re-elected for a second Act; exemption of pensions f r o m
      Assistant youth guidance tech-                                                                                                  term as International vice-presi-
                                                                                                                                                                      income tax; study of an over-all
                                                                                                                                      dent for the First District was International P u b l i c Relations
                                                                                                                                      James R. King, of Astoria, L. I.program; establishment of area
                                                                                                                                      The First International Districtlabor seminars; recognition      of
                                                                                                                                      comprises the States of New York"Rescue 8 " T.V. program; sup-
                                                                                                                                      and New Jersey. Fireman King    port of Insurance Workers Inter-
                                                                                                                                      al.so holds the office of vice-presi-
                                                                                                                                                                      national Union; establishment of
                                                                                                                                      dent of the New York City U.F.A.,
                                                                                                                                                                      legislation covering the use, mark-
                                                                                                                                      Local 94.                       ing, storage and transportation of
                                                                                                                                     T h e major resolutions intro- radioactive materials; crash and
                                                                                                                                   duced by Local 94 for the en- fire protection for airports, and
                                                                                                                                   dorsement and support of the I n - many others.
                                                                                                                                   ternational union were:

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                                                                                                                                   Photography Course                                              High School
                                                                                                                                     Courses in photograpy, taught
                                                                                                                                   by Dr. Helen C. Manzer, will begin
                                                                                                                                   October 11 and 12 at the Brooklyn
                                                                                                                                   Central Y M C A , 55 Hanson Place,
                                                                                                                                   Brooklyn. Classes in Color and in                                     in six weeks
                                                                                                                                                                                                       for civil service
                                                                                                                                   Black and White are to run for
                                                                                                                                                                                                   for personal satisfaction
                                                                                                                                   ten weeks. Husband and wife and
                                                                                                                                                                                                    CIhm T u n . A Tliura. m M::<«
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                                                                                                                                   Class Hours, 6:30 to 9 P.M.—make                           School Eqliivalenoy einsc.
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California and New York                                                                                                                                       Lefkowitz Says
                                                                                                                        Albany Public Admin.
                                                                                                                        Graduate    School
                                                                                                                        Offers Fall Courses
                                                                                                                                                              Public Aides LoyI
       (Continupd from Page 3)           system in California and we are
                                                                                                                           The Albany Graduate Program
                                                                                                                        in Public Administration will open
                                                                                                                        its 14th academic year with the
                                                                                                                                                              And Dedicated
                                                                                                                                                                   (Continued from Page 1)
                                                                                                                                                              grievances, pensions and oth«p
                                                                                                                        beginning of registration on Sep-     fringe benefits, the public em'
about 90 in all. Add to these State      struggling to keep It that way."
                                                                                                                        tember 26. This Institution, which    ployee still falls far short of
University employes, part of the                  Conclusions Drawn                                                                                           advantages enjoyed by his brother
                                                                                                                        was established In 1947 at the in-
legislative staff. 55 in the Gvo-          Mr. Beetle also commented on                                                                                       in private employment. Neverthi
                                                                                                                        vitation of the State Government,
ernor's office, 100 working on Civil     his findings in an editorial, In                                                                                     less, they carry on with an unex
                                                                                                                        offers programs leading to mast-
Defense, directors of a few as-          which he .suggested that the State                                                                                   celled sense of obligation and de-
                                                                                                                        ers and doctors degrees in public
sorted commissions, and that's it.       Civil Service Commission in New                                                                                      votion to those whom they ser
    "In New York, 21,289 out of          York may have gotten "bogged                                                                                                   P R Job Needed
                                                                                                                        The program Is open to all
94,075 employes are not on com-          down a long way short of what                                                                                           "Government owes it to Itself
                                                                                                                     qualified persons whether employ-
 petitive civil service—and that         the I State) Constitution Intends."                                                                                  as well as to Its employees
                                                                                                                     ed by the State government, other
doesn't count temporary or sea-            He pointed out that the courts                                                                                     bring home to the general public
                                                                                                                     governments, or private organiza-
sonal help. They, of course, would       have held that they can't enter In                                                                                   the story of its civil servants,
swell the figure further.                the field of administering the Civil                                                                                 their accomplishments and their
                                                                                                                        The Fall program of the School
    "On promotions, there are simi-      Service Law in connection with                                                                                       needs. W e must do a public rela-
                                                                                                                     includes a num.ber of new cour.ses:
larities: The Californians think It      deciding whether It Is practical                                                                                     tions Job which will advertise their
                                                                                                                     Political Parties and Pressure
is easier for them to bring into the     to put certain Jobs under the                                                                                        manifold and invaluable contribu-
                                                                                                                     Groups;    Comparative    Govern-
competition people not now in            merit system.                                                                                                        tions to the general welfare and  [la
                                                                                                                     ment; Public Personnel Adminis-
state service. New Yorkers seem                                                                                                                               the efUcacy of responsible govern-
                                           In conclusion, he wrote: " W e       Robert J . Jacques has been          tration;   American       Political
to think so. too. Some feel that         don't think merit civil service is                                                                                   ment.
                                                                                appointed assistant principal        Theory; Economic Theory Applied
because of this, because of more         perfect. W e have a hunch New                                                                                               Interests Are Mutual
exempt .jobs at top levels, and be-
                                                                                of the school of nursing at          to Public Issues; Public Relations
                                         York makes it too tough to bring       Harlem Valley State Hospital.        in Public Administration; Correc-           "And in so doing we will mak*
 cause of nationwide recruiting,                                                                                                                              the public realize that both for n
                                         outsiders into state service at                                             tion is Modern Society; Recent                                             o
California gets a better crack at
 the country'.s available talent.
                                         higher levels. But we do think
                                                                                Thruway Chapter                      American History; and Contem-            its own sake as well as for the
                                                                                                                                                              betterment of the status of its
                                         that merit civil service Is a long                                          porary Problems In Constitutional
         More Inservice Training         way ahead of the 'spoils system'       Holds Annual Picnic                  Law.                                     employees government must treat
    "James P. Wright, a deputy           and we can't for the life of us         The Western Division Thruway                                                 Its workers at least with the same
 public works commissioner under         see why—considering the consti- chapter, No. 361 AD, of the Civil                                                    considerations as does       private
 Harriman who went to a similar          tutional mandate- -we don't get Service             Employees    A.ssociation Judge Hopkins Fills                    industry.
 but competitive civil service job       more of it."                           held its annual family picnic re- New Court Post                                 "Whether It be in government
 In California, thinks that state                                               cently at Akron Falls Park.                                                   or in private service, the interests
 has more inservice training. (New                                                 Over 200 aduUs and children            A L B A N Y , Sept. 12 — Governor
                                                                                                                                                              of the employer and the employee
 York has only nine training offi-       C a r e e r Employee in                attended, and 60 pounds of wei-1 RockefeUer _has appointed Judge              are not hostile one to the other.
 cers in the Civil Service Depart-       Public Service Promoted ners, 72 cases of beverage, I b u s h e l ' H o p k i n s of Armonk as                       Each prospers together. Each suf-
 ment against California's 30.) In                                                                                     a Supreme Court Justice from the
                                            A L B A N Y , Sept. 12—William E. of peanuts, 1,000 clams and 10 Ninth Judicial District.                         fers together. With mutual under-
 Its internship program for recent                                              gallons of clam broth, and basket                                             standing. and with full regard for
                                         Byron, an associate personnel ad-                                                At present county judge in
 college graduates, though. New
                                         ministrator and career state em- lunches were con.sumed by 6 p.m. Westchester, Judge Hopkins Is                      the Interests and well-being of
 York leads.                                                                       There were games for children                                              the community Itself, the em-
                                         ployee. has been promoted to ad-                                              filling a new court post created by
     " A s A. Curtis Taylor, editor of
                                         ministrative officer of the Public and a ball game for men and the 1960 Legislature. He is a for-                    ployer and employee must strive
  the California State Employees                                                women, and other entertainment.                                               for the cooperation and good-will
                                         Service       Commission.  His new
  Association house organ, sees it:
                                         salary will be $9,774 a year.             Thanks were expressed to Bob mer county executive for West-                which leads to the solution of their
  "We've got a superior civil service                                           Roll, general chairman, and his chester and at one time was a                 problems."
                                            Mr. Byron Is a former State
                                                                                picnic committee, for making the partner In the law firm of Bleak-               Max Lieberman, outgoing presi-
                                         Health Department employee. He
                                                                                affair a success. Chapter members ley, Piatt, Gilchrist and Walker.           dent of the Chapter, was pre-
Rochester Kicks                          transferred to the commission in
                                         1953. He is a past president of
                                                                                are reportedly looking forward to                                             sented with a set of matched lug-
OfF New Season                           the Capital District Chapter of
                                                                                n?xt year's picnic.                     Balch Leaves State                    gage as a tribute to his servie In
                                                                                                                                                              office. Samuel Emmett, the newj
   The Rochester Chapter of the
                                         the American Society for Public                                               Public Service Comm.                   president, made the presentation'
                                         Administration and of the Albany Barbecue Celebrates
Civil Service Employees Associa-                                                                                          A L B A N Y , Sept. 12 — Richard       Guests in attendance includei
tion will hold its first meeting of
                                         Junior Chamber of Commerce.
                                             In hi.s new job. Mr. Byron will
                                                                                 Forest Preserve A c t                 H. Balch has resigned as a mem-        Joseph P. Felly, CSEA president;
the .season on September 20, at the                                                A L B A N Y , Sept. 12 — A barbe-! ber of the State Public Service         Maxwell Lehman, deputy City ad-
                                          be responsible for general control
Triton Party House, 1443 Main                                                   cue this week on Long Island in Commission, effective Sept. 15. He             ministrator of New York City;
                                         of the commission's administra-
Street East.                                                                    Lake George will bring together is returning to private business.             Harold Herzstein, CSEA regional
                                          tive activities.
   Dinner is at 6 P.M. Robert                                                   State Conservation        Department       In a letter to Governor Rock-       attorney; and Paul Kyer, editoi
Quinn. Director of Health Insur-                                                 oftlcials and employees and area efeller. Mr. Balch said "As a Dem-           of The Leader,
ance, has delegated a speaker to          Levy Named to                          bu.sinessmen.                          ocrat, I had the pleasure of serv-
discuss the Health Insurance Pro-
                                          Supreme           Court                  The occasion is (he seventh an- ing under two fine Republican
                                                                                                                                                              No Idle Moments
gram wlio will be prepared to an-                                               niversary of the creation of the chairmen, the late Ben. Beinberg
swer questions on the program.               A L B A N Y . Sept. 12—Governor State Forest Preserve by the Legis- and Jim Lundy."                              For Frank Moore
   Sam Grossfield. chapter pres-          Rockefeller has named Abraham lature.                                            Mr. Rockefeller replied: "The
                                          D. Levy of Bronx County to the                                                                                        A L B A N Y , Sept. 12—Prank C
ident, will report on the results                                                  An anniversary committee has people of the State of Nw York
                                          Supreme Court, First         Judicial worked out plans for the affair. ar much Indebted to you for your             Moore, the f o r m e r lieutenant
 of the Hearing to reallocate sal-
                                          District. Mr. Levy will fill the State Conservation Commissioner unselfish and devoted service on                   governor. Is working five main
 aries of Employment and Unem-
                                          vacancy created by the death of Harold G. Wilm will attend as the commission during the past                        Jobs these days and has centered
ployment Insurance Titles and
                                          Justice Martin M. Frank.                                                                                            four of them at offices near the
 discuss the forthcoming Annual                                                  well as Deputy Commissioner Vic- five years. May I add a personal            State Capitol.
Meeting of the Association. Octo-            Mr. Levy is a former state em- tor Skiff and Department Secre- word of thanks for your conscien-
                                                                                                                                                                Mr. Moore now has the follow-
 ber 3, 1960 at the Concord. Come         ployee, having served as an asso- tary Cecil Heacox and Assistant tious and disinterested service in                    offices at 155 Washington Ave.
 to the meeting (if you can't make        ciate and later as a principal at- commissioners Mason             Lawrence this important agency of state
 dinner) and support Mr. Gro.ssfleld      torney with the State Tax De- and Edward Littlefield.                                                              l o c a t i o n : Government Affairs
                                                                                                                        government."                         Foundation, a Rockefeller, agency,
 with your ideas.                         partment.
                                                                                                                                                             of which he is president; the State
                                                                                Tesfimonlal Honors                      Metro DE Sets Its                    Board of Equalization and Assess,

   AUDIT & CONTROL AIDE RETIRES                                                 Jack Hurfzman                            Installation Dinner
                                                                                                                                                             ment, of which he is chairman^
                                                                                                                                                             and the Office of Local Govern-
                                                                                     (Continued from Page 1)
                                                                                                                           Alfred Green, executive director ment, of which he is head of its
                                                                                   Deadline for dinner reservations
                                                                                                                        of the State Division of Employ- advisory committee.                     •
                                                                                is Sept. 20 and tickets may be                                                  The former state comptroller
                                                                                                                        ment, will be principal speaker at
                                                                                obtained    by writing to Mary
                                                                                                                        the Installation dinner and an- also is chairman of the Board of
                                                                                Gormley, 1883 Seneca St., Buffalo.
                                                                                                                        nual meeting of the Metropolitan Trustees of the State University,
                                                                                Price is $4.
                                                                                                                        Division of Employment chapter with offices at 8 Thurlow Terrace.
                                                                                        Conference Program
                                                                                                                        of the Civil Service Employees He heads a state commission with
                                                                                   The business meeting of the                                               iieadquarters in New York City,
                                                                                Conference will begin at 2 P.M.
                                                                                                                           The event will be held Sept. 15 which is studying New York fiscal ii
                                                                                at the Peace Bridge Motel, Mr.
                                                                                                                        at 6:30 P.M. in Victor's Restaurant_ affairs.
                                                                                Killian reported. Chief speaker
                                                                                                                        1 East 35th St., New York City!
                                                                                for the session will be Joseph D.

                                                                                                                          In addition to the installation
                                                                                Lochner, CSEA executive director,
                                                                                                                        ceremonies, the annual report to
                                                                                who will speak on "Grievance
                                                                                                                        the chapter will be delivered.
                                                                                                                          Persons unable to attend the
                                                                                   William DeMarco, chairman of
                                                                                                                        dinner portion of the affair are                ASSisT.v v r M ! : ( I I A \ i( \r.
                                                                                 the County Division Workshop,                                                         SI'Kl II ICATKINS         WKITI'lt
                                                                                                                        urged to attend the meeting,             iii;i'AITT>ii:\R 01 i-t in K WOKKS
                                                                                 will announce the year's coming
                                                                                                                        which will follow.                      I . Hiipi'iiiiin,   Mui-tin. Tni.v            7H7
                                                                                 program at this meeting.
                                                                                                                                                               S K M O I t O H K K M A C I I I M : OI'KHXTOR
                                                                                   Ordinary business will be con-                                                KKI'T. OF 'I'AX.V'lltlX A M I I INAN<l';
                                                                                 ducted as well.                                                                 i . Hcliwarzinan. Geol'iii'. .\lbuiiy ...H:IO
                                                                                                                             Census Aides        Cited               Alton,   Brik'e. Alban.v              Sin
                                                                                    Serving on the arrangements                                                  » . Piwluy, Uuberl, Culioia               r7.'t
 Shown at a retirement luncheon held recently at Jack's                          committee for the testimonial din-        The Census Bureau has been
                                                                                                                                                                 4. Lotbardo, Santo. Schtily

 Restaurant in Albany, N.Y., are three Department of Audit                       ner to Mr. Kurtzman are William         complimented by Rep. John Les-              FAiiM p u m m i s          i-iniMon((\
 ond Control officials, one of whom it retiring after 31 years                    Rossiter, chairman; Mr. Killian,       inskl (D.-Mlch.) for its speed and    IfKI-T. o r A l i K U t 1.11 Iti.; ti . M A K K K I H
 of s t a t e service. From left: Joseph i . Burgess, director of                Claude E. Rowell, John Dee,             efficiency In getting through the       1. McC'tti'lliy, Mlc'liasl, Albany 6 ..H8C..
                                                                                                                                                                '.1. Hobinwn, Ulen. Valulio                     tt77^
 office audit; J. Howard Morin, chief /and claims examiner;                      Celeste R o s e n k r a n z ; Oliver    1960 census. He olted the fact          a. llrailway. I'lilliii. l l a v i i a i k ....873
                                                                                                                                                                4. I)obb», Wlloy. RueliPslti-                   8U0
 and Albert L. Raner, who is retiring r o m his post as head                     Lohnghine, George DeLong, Melba         that with less employees the Job        i . lltniuniiu, WaUur. Uiitlala                8'.i
                                                                                                                                                                 U. t'anuU, Joliu, Luuilouvl . . . .
                            audit clerV.                                         Biuu and Vito Feiro.                    was flnlshed sarlier.

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