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 ,Vol. X I X , N o . 1 5
                                   Largest   Weekly     for
                                   Tuesday, December 24,1937
                                                              Public   Employees
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 Assn. Seeks Extension Of
 Personal Leave Use; Cites
                                                                                     Payment ot Ketroactive
 'Confused Interpretation'                                                           Social Security Coverage
     A request that the cut o f f date whole problem of personal leave,
 f o r use of personal leave be ex- including a method of getting uni-
 tended for at least three months f o r m Interpretation of such leave.
 was made by the Civil Service E m -     Conflicting interpretations    in
                                                                                     A Must, Says Lefkowitz
                                                                                        A L B A N Y , Dec. 23 — All public    T h e opinion was given to the                      are to be so covered or whether
 ployees Association in a meeting various State agencies has caused
                                                                                     employees in New Y o r k State who Comptroller in response to his re-                        their coverage is to be retroactive.
 with the State Civil Service Com- considerable confusion among em-
                                                                                     are given retroactive coverage un- quest to the Attorney General for                         This coverage on a group basis is
 mussloti In Albany.                   ployees, the Association reports.
                                                                                     der Social Security are required construction of 1957 amendments                             the only type of coverage permit-
     T h e Association request     was Some institutions, for instance,
                                                                                     to pay the employees' contribu- to the Retirement and Social Se-                             ted by the Federal law for non-
 based on reports of increasing con- honor a request to use personal
                                                                                     tions f o r such retroactive coverage, curity L a w relating to Federal Old                  members of public retirement sys-
 fusion in various state agencies leave without question. Others
                                                                                     Attorney General Louis J. L e f - Age and Survivors Insurance.                               tems. Also from now on, Social
 over interpretation of application have been reported to demand
                                                                                     kowitz said in an opinion f o r -                                                            Security coverage is a condition of
 of personal leave.                    written reasons for using personal                                                           Some Have No Choice
                                                                                     warded to State Comptroller A r -                                                            employment and must be paid.
    Under present Attendance Rules, leave and then granting or not
                                                                                     theur Levitt.                            T h e Attorney General also ruled                      T h e Declaration of Desire for
 the cut off date f o r using such granting such leave following their
                                       Interpretation of these reasons.                 I f necessary, the amount of the that state and local public e m -                        Social Security Coverage executed
 leave Is Jan. 3, 1958.
                                                                                     retroactive coverage should be ob- ployees who are not members of                            by a member of the New Y o r k
    Following a lengthy meeting on             Such variance in interpretation
                                                                                     tained by their employers through any retirement system are re-                              State Employees' Retirement Sys-
 the subject, the Commission an-             has caused some employees d i f f i -
                                                                                     payroll deductions because a pub- quired by Chapter 776 of the Laws                          tem contains a sufficent author-
 nounced it had taken the request            culty in using their leave. For
                                                                                     lic employer is not authorized to of 1957 to be covered under Social                         ization for transfer f r o m his re-
 under advisement. W h i l e no de-          this reason and because of the
                                                                                     assume and pay an employee's Security as a group, with no indi-                              tirement annuity account of the
 cision was announced, the Com-              need for a uniform interpretation
                                                                                     contributions for him.                 vidual choice as to whether they                      sum necessary to pay his retro-
 mission declared that at its Jan-           of use of personal leave, the Asso-
                                                                                                                                                                                  active Social Security contribu-
 uary meeting it would take up not           ciation requested the cut off date
                                                                                                                                                                                  tions if he has not paid them in

                                                                                     Institution Teachers Rate
 only the exten.sion of the cut off          to be extended until the matter
                                                                                                                                                                                  any other way, the Attorney G e n -
 date but would also consider the            can be cleared up.
                                                                                                                                                                                  eral said.

      Western Conference Greetings
                                                                                     Same Pay, Work Year As In                                                                            Payroll Deduction Idea

                                                                                     Other Systems, Says CSEA
                                                                                                                                                                                    Where an employee is a m e m -
                                                                                                                                                                                  ber of the Retirement System but
                                                                                                                                                                                  has insufficient funds in his an-
                                                                                                                                                                                  nuity savings account to pay the
                                                                                       A L B A N Y , Dec. 23 — Proposed all teachers on a uniform work                            amount due f r o m him for retro-
                                                                                     creation of an additional grade year. M r . Powers indicated that                            active coverage, the difference
                                                                                     for State institutional teachers re- should this mean that the work                          may be obtained through payroll
                                                                                     ceived the support of the Civil year of employees now working 10                             deductions, the opinion states.
                                                                                     Service Employees Association in a months be increased to 11 months,
                                                                                                                                                                Attorney General Lefkowitz sug-
                                                                                     meeting with the State Civil Com- such action could hardly be con-
                                                                                                                                                              gested that    In all cases the
                                                                                     mission here last week.              sidered a step toward placing these amounts f o r retroactive coverage
                                                                                       A i m of the Association is to get teachers on a par with their pub- be deducted in "reasonable sums
                                                                                     Institutional teachers on a par lic school colleagues, or in aiding spread over a number of payroll
                                                                                     with teachers in the public school the State's recruitment program. periods."
                                                                                     system—both on a salary and a
                                                                                     working condition basis.

                                                                                                                             Metro Employment
                                                                                       I n presenting arguments to sup-
                                                                                     port the proposal the Association
                                                                                     pointed out that the 500 teachers
                                                                                     working In State institutions have
                                                                                     varying work years—some working
                                                                                     10 months and others 11. Both
                                                                                                                             Salutes Double Birthday
                                                                                     groups receive the same pay, h o w -      A double birthday will be cele-   event and announces that G o v e r -
                                                                                     ever.                                   brated Jan. 16 by the Metropoli-    nor Harrlman, State         officials,
                                                                                       Because of the special skill and      tan chapter. Division of Employ-    leaders f r o m the Legislature and
                                                                                     devotion to service required f o r                                          Association officials have been i n -
                                                                                                                             ment, of the Civil Service Employ-
                                                                                     institutional teaching, the Asso-                                           vited to attend. Others wishing to
                                                                                                                             ees Association.
                                                                                     ciation reminded the Commission                                             join the celebration may do so by
                                                                                     there is a shortage of such per-          On that date, 20 years ago, making            reservations  not    later
                                                                                     sonnel due to the competition f r o m   nearly 500 employees who are still than Jan. 10 through contacting
                                                                                     public schools, where the induce-       with this Division started their Marie Doyle at 582 Pulton St.,
                                                                                     ments are higher.                                                           Brooklyn. Tickets are $3.25.
                                                                                                                             careers with New Y o r k State. I n
                                                                                       T o rectify this situation and                                               T h e event will fall on the 75th
                                                                                                                             recognition of this long and de-
                                                                                     place institutional teachers on the                                         anniversary of the creation of civil
                                                                                                                             voted service, State Labor C o m - service, as well.
                                                                                     professional level where they be-

                    ^Ms/ G^Ju4tma6 tUm Ain^,                                         long, the Association supported         missioner Isadore Lubin will pre-
                                                                                                                             sent these employees with 20-year
                                                                                                                                                                                  Vehicle Inspectors
                                                                                     the recommendation that a new
                                                                                     grade—at least Grade 15—be es-          service pins.
                            (2Kd               t/(e      nimt                        tablished to which teachers with
                                                                                                                               I n addition. It will be 20 years,                 Mourn Two Leaders
                                                                                     master's degrees could be allo-
                                                                                                                             as of Jan. 1, since this Division                      The     Public   Service   Motor    Ve-
                                                                                     cated and urged the establishment
                                                                                     of a work year comparable to that       started payment of unemployment                      hicle   Inspector's   chapter    of   the
                                                                                     in the public and private schools.      insurance benefits.                                  Civil Service Employees         Associa-
                                                                                       I n a letter to the Commission,          Both events will be toasted at a

                    siM/^itndi, M OMcl MzuA,
                                                                                                                                                                    tion lost two of its most honored
                                                                                     John F . Powers, president of the       cocktail party f r o m 4 to 6 P.M. in
                                                                                                                                                                    members within four days t h l i
                                                                                     CSEA, said he understood the            the Belmont Plaza Hotel In New
                                                                                                                             Y o r k City. T h e party will be pre- month.
                                                                                     Commission was planning to place
                                                                                                                             ceded by the presentation of pins         Henry J. Lang who served eight
                                                                                                                             at 2 P.M.                              terms as chapter secretary and

                           jOijU      tAc4            td- ^0(1.                      Assistants Named For                       Grace Nulty is chairman of the treasurer died December 5.
                                                                                                                                                                       On December 8 Joseph J. Lettis,
                                                                                     Community Relations                                                            chapter president for seven term*
                                                                                       A L B A N Y , Dec. 16 — T h e State                                          and chairman of the chapter e x -
             MERRY CHRISTMAS • HAPPY NEW Y E A R                                     Public Works Department has               Exam Study                         Books
                                                                                                                                                                    ecutive   committee   for  flfteea
                                                                                     named three community relations           to help you g»t a Ughar        gtadt years, died.
                           IVESTEra: NEW YORK         CONFFRENCE                     assistants for district offices In        ON civil $»rvle*     t«$ff may bo       Resolutions of sympathy w e r «
                                                                                                                              obtained      at   Tho   Loader            Book-
                                                                                     Babylon, Binghamton and Albany.                                                              adopted by the chapter and dele-
                                                                                                                              $fare,   97    Dvano         Stratf,       Now
                                                                                       T h e new appointees are Paul H.       York 7, N, r . Pbono orders ae-                     gations attended the services. T h e
   Members of the C S E A Western Conference designed this                           Elisha of Bayville: Philip J. Coyle      eoptod.     Call Ktkman  2.6010.                    chapter charter will be draped I n
   c a r d to send their best wishes to all during the holiday                       of Dryden and Samuel Mariak of           For list ot iomo current titles                     mourning for Mr. Lettis and Mr,
                                                                                                                              soo P a g o 10.
                             season.                                                 Hudson.                                                                                      Lang.
Fourteen Fields of Federal Seryice Currently Open:
  Apply to the 1 .S. Civil Service    129B.    CLINICAL        SOCIAL paying $7,570 and $8,990; May 13.                                 with the Bureau of Reclamation in           GIST. $5,440-$ll,610. Jobs are In
Commission,    641    Washington W O R K E R , $4.525-$8,990. Positions   123B.   CONSTP.UCTION        IN-                              the West, Midwest, and Alaska.              the Washington, D, C., area.
Street, New York 14. N. Y., for nre with the Veterans Administra- SPECTOR. ELECTRICAL EQUIP-                                              112B. FORESTER, (range man-                 iS2B. SAVINGS AND LOAN E X -
these jobs:                        tion. Closing date for positions MENT INSPECTOR, MECHANI-                                            agement), $4,210 and $4,930.                AMINER, $4,525 and $5,440. Jobs
                                                                        CAL EQUIPMENT INSPECTOR.                                          127B. MEDICAL OFFICER (ro-                are with the Federal Home Loan
                                                                        ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT I N -                                      tating Intern), $3,100; (psychiatric        Bank Board.

                                                                        SPECTOR. $4,525-$7,570. Jobs are                                resident), $3,700-$4,500. Jobs are             119B. STUDENT T R A I N E E (ac-
                                                                        with the Department of the Army                                 in St. Elizabeths Hospital, Wash-           counting, agricultural economics,

       Christmas Greetings
                                                                        in foreign countries.                                           ington, D. C.                               biological and plant sciences, en-
                                                                                                                                          131B. METEOROLOGIST (gen-                 tomology, home economics, plant
                                                                          10-1-4 (57). ENGINEER (all
                                                                                                                                        eral), $4,480-$8,990.                       pest control, soil science        (re-
                                                                        branches), $4,480-$6,115. Jobe are
                                                                                                                                           121B. OCEANOGRAFHER, $3,-                search), statistics, agricultural and
                                                                                                                                        670-$ll,610.                                general), $3,175 and $3,415. Clos-
                                                                                                   CIVIL SBKVICI! LEADER                  130B. P A T E N T EXAMINER, $4,-          ing date: July 1.
                                                                                                American Le:ullng NewsmagaziD*
                                                                                                                                        480-$12,900. Jobs are in the Wash-             118. STUDENT T R A I N E E (ar-
      We    extend     our    host   idshes        for    a new       year      bright               for Public Eraploycea
                                                                                                LEADIOR rUBLICATKtNS, INC.              ington, D. c., area.                        chitecture, cartography, chemis-
                                                                                               •7 Dimiif St.. Npw Vork T, N. * .
                                                                                                                                          128. P R O F E S ^ O N A L NURSE,         try,   engineering,     mathematics,
            ivith    the     blessings      of     God.                                             Tcleplinne: nP.ekmnn 3-l!OIO
                                                                                                                                        $3,670-$8,990. Closing date for             metallurgy, meteorology, oceanog-
                                                                                             Enlercfi as second-claBS matter October
                                                                                             2,  1839. at the post o f l i c e at New   emergency room nurse positions,             raphy,    physics).     $2,960-$3,415.
                                                                                             York. N Y.. under the Act of March         January 3.                                  Most jobs are in the Washington,
                                                                                             .3. 187!?, Member* of Audit Bureau of                                                  D. C., area. Closing date: May 2.
      May    our     infant     saviour          and     his    blessed        mother        Circul.itions.                               125B. PUBLIC H E A L T H AD-
                                                                                                Subaeriptinn Price 11.00 Per Tear       VISOR, $4,525-$ll,610; PUBLIC
                                                                                                                                                                                      FREE B O O K L E T by U. S. Gov-
            bless     you     this   Christmas             Day     and         reward                   Inillvidual copln, lOe          H E A L T H A N A L Y S T , $5,440-$ 11,-
                                                                                                  R E A D The Leader e v e r j week                                                 ernment on Social Security. Mail
                                                                                                         for Job Opportnliltiee
                                                                                                                                        610.                                        only. Leader, 97 Dnane Street,
            you     abundantly        for    your        generosity       to    God's                                                     124B. RESEARCH PSYCHOLO-                  New Yorli 7, N. Y .

            less fortunate           ones.

                                                                                                           NOW YOU CAN BUY A NEW G E N E R A L                                            ELECTRIC

                                         Catlierine C. Ilal'ele, p r e s i d e n t       |

                                         Dongan          Guild                           I

              Announcing fhe Opening of
               Our New Store wifh the
                                                                                                    PENNIES WEEKLY-
     1958 General Electric 10 Cu-Ft
                                                                                                       AFTER SMALL
      REFRIGERATOR                                                                                    DOWN PAYMENT

     With full width freezer-
     Removable, adjustable shelves -                                                                                                                                                                           m
     Magnetic safety door—                                                                                                                                         Model WA-450R

            Plus many other features                                                                        •   Over 5 0 % more clothes capacity than many automatics!
                                                                                                            •   W a s h e s , rinses and damp dries automatically!

                                                                                                            MA     I IMT      CII77I      Lint is caught In the filter-
                                                                                                            RU LI 1 1 rU44:               not on your clothes.

                                                                                                                    The washer with the time-tested and
                                                                                                                   home-proved NON-CLOGGING FILTER!

                                                                                                     FILTER WILL NOT CLOG! No              EASY-TO-REMOVE F I L T E R I         MOVING FILTER d i s t r i b u t e s
                                                                                                     messy traps to clean, no clogged      Slips on and off top of activator    detergent evenly through wash
                                                                                                     filters to Impede water flow!         easily and quickly!                  ^no clothes discoloring lumps!

                                                                                                     Why settle for less when a
                                                                                                     General Electric Filter-Flo                                 TAKE UP TO
                                                                                                     Washer costs so little? S e e                             3 YEARS TO PAY
                                                                                                     this budget priced s p e c i a l

        Only           A Week                                                                           Why settle for less when a General Electric FILTER-FLO
         a f t e r Down Poyment
                                                               Liberal    Trade-U
                                                                                                        WASHER costs so little? See this budget priced special
       2172 3r<l Avenue
      b e t . 118th & 119th S t .
                                                  393 E. 149th Street                                 WAGNERS HOME APPLIANCE CO.
                                                          near     3rd Ave.
             New York C i t y                                     Bronx                                                            1225-1229 BEDFORD AVENUE
             EN 9-6900                                         W Y 3-2112
                                                                                               BROOKLYN, N. Y.                                                                        STerling 9-3300-1-2
                              OPEN FROM 9 • 0
                                                                                 Many Original Members

       EMPLOYEE                                                                  On Hand To Celebrate
              By J O H N F. POWERS
    Civil S e r v i c e E m p l o y e e s A s s o r i a l i o n
                                                                                 St. Lawrence Birthday
                                                                         Philip Kerker, public relations                Clyetia. M. Rushman, Yale H.           of her husband and to Miss Wel-
                                                                      director of the Civil Service Em-                 Gates, Simon P. Sargent, Lefe B.       thia on the death of her father.
                                                                      ployees Association was the speak-                Gooshaw and Paul Silver.
          C5EA on Ifs Toes on Legislation                             er at a dinner dance celebrating
                                                                      the tenth anniversary of the St.
                                                                                                                           James Gore. Gerald R. Smith,
                                                                                                                        William T. Graves, Eva S. South-       Lefkowitz Sends
     I N LESS T H A N A MONTH, the 1958 legislative sesssion will Lawrence chapter recently. Ed-
                                                                      mund L. Shea of Ogdensburg,
                                                                                                                        worth, Robert H. 7'atpin, Peter
                                                                                                                        Thomas, Lauriston D.         Hazen.    Season's Greetings
convene. This year, due to a change In legislative procedure (per- CSEA regional attorney, acted as                     Jane Wallace, Walter J. Hollis and       ALBANY, Dec. 23 — Attorney
mitting bills to be filed before the opening of the session), the toastmaster.                                          Elizabeth P. Whalen.                   General Louis J. Lefkowitz ad-
Civil Service Employees Association will be able to have most of        Present at the celebration in the                  Stanley E. Howlett, Philip L.       dressed the following holiday mes-
Its legislative program in the hopper at an early date.               Ogdensburg Elks Club, were Sen-                   White, Carson A. James, George
                                                                                                                        M. Wilkins, Leon J. Jones, Flor-       sage to all civil service workers:
     Many long hours usually spent in seeking sponsors for our bills ator Robert McEwen of Ogden.s-                     ence C. Wood, James E. Kane,
                                                                      burg, Vernon A. Tapper, third                                                               "The holiday season with Us
can be diverted to "lobbying" the measures out of the committee vice president of the Association;                      Cora Barbour, Welithia B. Kip.         own special spirit and good fellow-
and through both houses of the Legislature.                           J. Ambrose Donnelly, field repre-                 Mary Hackett, Albert Payne and
                                                                                                                                                               ship is here. To this warmth and
     Some of the Association bills have already been filed and are sentative: Prank McCann, presi-                      Mary C. Paro.
                                                                                                                           Some Orifflnal Officers Serve       merriment I would like to add my
inthe process of being printed. Those bills which were easiest to dent of A.T.I, chapter; Isaac Per-                                                           sincerest greetings to you. May
                                                                      kins, St. Lawrence Public Works                      Several of the original officers
draw and had sponsors ready at hand were done first—and thus                                                            are still serving the chapter also.    this season find you happy and
                                                                      chapter; Chester Nodine, Cayuga
no interpretation of priority or Importance In the association's leg- County; John Graveline, St. Law-                  In 1947 the officers were Philip L.    filled with contentment, thought-
islative program should be attached to them.                          rence State Hospital; Dorothy                     White, president; Elmer T. Jen-        ful at the culmination of another
     There is no magical formula which is used in getting a bill Klein, president, Potsdam State                        kins, 1st vice president; Frank R.
                                                                      Teachers chapter, and Dr. Klein.                  Gilmour, 2nd vice president; E.        year, satisfied with a job well
through the Legislature. Basically, lobbying is a combination of                                                        Stanley Howlett, 3rd vice presi-       done. May the New Year be pros-
hard work, a sense of timing, and the solid support of one's consti-    Also present were Samuel Bo-
                                                                      relly, Oneida County chapter;                     dent; James E. Kane, 4th vice          perous and healthful and bring
tuents.                                                               Lewis    Paddock, St. Lawrence                    president; Mary Manning, secre-        realizations of the dreams to
                                                                                 County Clerk; John Loucks, St.         tary; Jane Wallace, treasurer;
                            Function           of     Lobbyist                                                          Philip L. White, executive repre-      which you have aspired."
                                                                                 Lawrence County Probation O f f i -
                                                                                 cer; Charles Bowers, St. Lawrence      sentative; Edmund L. Shea, re-
     The lobbyist, because of his presence on the scene, can sense the                                                  gion attorney; and Welthia B.
                                                                                 County District Attorney; Charles
direction in which a bill is going. He is better able to assess the              Methe, Marcy State; Delores Fus-       Kip. delegate.
time, value, and degree to which the opinion of his public should                sel, Albany; three past presidents        1957 officers are Marian C.
be raised to bring about a desired legislative action. There Is no
greater force In our society than public opinion. Its effectiveness is
                                                                                 of the chapter, Glenn W. Miller of
                                                                                 Gouverneur and Mrs Miller, Wel-
                                                                                                                        Murray,     president;    Ft^derick
                                                                                                                        Woodruff, Jr.. 1st v'ce president;                        UNCLE
demonstrated daily. The advertiser, the publicist, the politician, the
                                                                                 thia B. Kip of Canton, and Yale
                                                                                 H. Gates of Gouverneur and Mrs.
                                                                                                                        Mary Manning, 2nd vice presi-
                                                                                                                        dent; E. Stanley Howlett, 3rd vice                      WETHBEE'S
government, all recognize this potency, and all try through one                  Gates; and Marian C. Murray,           president; Marlene R. Morrow,
means or another to control Its direction. Last year, the Association            present president, and Mr. Murray.     secretary; Roland Watson, Jr.,
used this technique with great effectiveness. At the right time and                 The chapter attributes much of      treasurer; Welthia B. Kip, execu-
                                                                                 the success of Its annlversai-y cel-   tive representative; Edmund L.
In the right proportions, the strength of its membership was brought                                                    Shea, regional attorney; Dr. Rob-
to bear on the Issue of state salaries. The cumulative effect of the             ebration to the work of Social
                                                                                                                        ert T . Rogers, delegate; Yale H.
                                                                                                                                                                  Gift for a Giver i
                                                                                 Chairman Welthia B. Kip and her
letters sent and the personal visits to the legislators was marked.              committee: Virginia Thompson,          Gates, alternate; and Ceylon Al-
                                                                                 Mary S. Jellie, Sue Communtzlo,        len, Dr. Robert T. Rogers, Lewis
                                                                                 Mary Manning, Mary Roop, Jo-           W. Paddock, John M. Loucks, Yale                                                         •

                         Members           Plan Main              Role                                                   Gates, Leo LeBeau, Charles E.            I t ' s b e e n said t h a t the               |
                                                                                 sephine Bartlett, M?bel Kittle.
                                                                                 Barbara Chase, Ceylon Allen, and        Bowers, Elmer Hewlett, Frances
     The real strength of any organization Is always the individual                                                                                               average mother works a                         •
                                                                                 Lewis Paddock.                          Mulholland, and John J. Faubert,
but It is the e.xpression of the members of the organization through                                                     directors.                               total of 106 hours a week,
member. The leaders of an organization can only plan and direct,                          Many Still Active                Past presidents of the chapter         at 15 different occupations,                   I
their letters, their visits, their telephone calls, that really demon-                                                   are Philip L. White, 1947-1951;          from cook to accountant.                       •
                                                                                   Following are the names of
strates lis force and strength.                                                  founding members of St. Lawrence        Glenn W. Miller, 1951-1952; Wel-
                                                                                 chapter who are still active:           thia B. Kip. 1952-1955; and Yale
                                                                                                                         H. Gates, 1955-1956.
                                                                                   Carl Baxter, Napolean E. La-
                                                                                 Douceur. Benjamin Blrdou, Edgar             Member Wins Hifih Award
Metro Public Service Has Christmas Party                                         LaJoie, Don Blackmon, Gerald F.            Chapter member Mabel Kittle,
                                                                                                                         public health nurse since 1925.
                                                                                 LeClair, Eldrlc J. Boismenu, Mit-
  The Metropolitan Public Service and the party was particularly en-             chell LeMay, Ola Bolton and Mar-        was recently selected to receive
                                                                                                                         the Gouverneur VPW's Good Citi-
chapter held Its annual Christmas livened by the dancing of Peggy                shall D. Lepper.
                                                                                                                         zen Award. It was the first time
                                   Ganis and Barbara Mascola.                      George Bracy, Catherine Mc-           in the nine-year history of the
party on Thursday afternoon, De-                                                 Carthy, George Brossoie, Charles
                                      The chapter wishes to take this                                                    award that it had gone to a wo-
cemmber 19, at the Commission opportunity to extend Its thanks                   J. McCarthy, Carl E. Burns,             man. The committee selected Miss
                                                                                 Charles   McGrath.     Francis R.       Kittle for her devotion to the
offices.                           and deep appreciation to Herbert              Cadieux, Janet E. McLean, George        people of the section "far above
   Guests present were      James Kampf, its vice-president who was              V. Campbell and Lester J. Manger.       and beyond" the responsibilities of
Casey, field manager of the Civil responsible for the planning of the              Martin L. Clohosey, Mary C.           her profession.
Service E m p l o y e e s Associa- Christmas party, and for making it            Manning, Kermit L. Cole. Lettie
                                                                                                                            The chapter wishes to express
                                                                                 O. Malterner. John H. Corcoran.
tion's New York office and Paul possible for the members to have                                                         sincere sympathy to Mrs. James
                                                                                 Glenn W . Miller, William Costl-
Kyer, editor of the Leader.        a very successful and enjoyable                                                       Amo of Ogdensburg on the death
                                                                                 gan, George Mills, Kenneth P.
   Members of the chapter who party. Mr. Kampf, who Is also a                    Cuthbert and Henry J. Montroy.                                                      Mothers are such indis-
                                                                                   William O. Cuthbert, Edgar E.        CONSUMER FRAUD GROl^P
helped with the arrangements for representative of the Public Serv-                                                     SET UP BY L E F K O W I T Z               pensable members of fami-
                                                                                 Mooney, Fiank O. Dishaw, Grace
the party were Mildred Eggler, ice Commission on the Associa-                    E. Murray, James E. Doe, Marian          ALBANY, Dec. 23 — ALtoiney              lies, husbands should take
Mary Davidoff and Elhel Gallo- tion's board of directors, personi-               C. Murray, Arthur M. Dubrule,          General Louis J. Lefkowitz has            the best care of them. And
way. The chapter extends Its fies the type of State employee                     Helen J. Powers, Gerald E. Fitz-       named a sixteen-member advisory           an automatic dishwasher is
thanks to them for their able as- who gives of himself to the bene-              gerald and Genevieve Rasbeck.          committee on consumer frauds.             one help that will give any
                                   fit of his fellow employees. Thanks             Leo A. Fortune, Steward E. Rit-      The group will aid the attorney
sistance.                                                                        chie, William Fountain, Kenneth        general In cracking down on               busy mother a real lift.
   There was music and dancing Herb — It was a job well done.                    W. Rogers, Maurice J. Gardner,         frauds on the buying public.                 Think of It, husbands!
                                                                                                                                                                   That wonderful helpmate
                                                                                                                                                                   of yours probably spends
          ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY CELEBRATES DECADE OF ACTIVITY                                                                                                        500 hours a year at the sink
                                                                                                                                                                   doing stacks of dirty dishes.
                                                                                                                                                                   With an automatic dish-
                                                                                                                                                                   washer, she just pops them
                                                                                                                                                                   in and turns a dial. Her
                                                                                                                                                                   kitchen always looks neat.
                                                                                                                                                                   Her hands stay lovely. And
                                                                                                                                                                   she'll feel more glamorous,
                                                                                                                                                                     Christmas is just around
                                                                                                                                                                   the corner. Surprise her
                                                                                                                                                                   with a gift that will keep
                                                                                                                                                                   giving all year long. With
                                                                                                                                                                   a modern dishwasher and
                                                                                                                                                                   dependable Con Edison
                                                                                                                                                                   electricity . . . she'll never
                                                                                                                                                                   wash dishes again, or di-y
                                                                                                                                                                   'em either.

                                                                                                                                                                    SM Unci! Wdhlwa tivl Tu Anlolnl on IV
 Here are some of the many quests, including some of the                          sentative: Edmund L Shea, C S E A regional attorney; Mrs.                         MiM.Uuuril..WiiCA IV,CII. 4. 11:11) p. a .
 original members, who were on hand to celebrate the 10th                         Marian Murray, chapter president, and Vernon Tapper;
 anniversary of the St. Lawrence County chapter of the Civil                      Standing, are Philip Kerker, C S E A public relations director;
 Service Employees Association. Seated, from left, are the                        Glenn Miller, a past president, and Mrs. Miller; J . Frank
 Rev. Francis White, of St. Mary's Cathedral Parish, Ogdens-                      Murray: Yale Gates, a past president, and Mrs. G a t e s ; J. A .
 burg; Sen. Robert McEwen, Welthia B. Kip, chapter reprct                         DoBnelly, C S £ A iieJd representative, and Ted Cord.
No State Residence Needed
                                                                                                                           be held on Saturday, M a r c h 29.                                                  Rddressograph operator, mimeo-
                                                                                                                                 No Experience Needed                                                          graph   operator,    photo-copying
                                                                                                                             N o training or experience will                                                   machine    operator,     blueprinter,
                                                                                                                                                                                                               pharmacy aide, o f f s e t machine

In College Series of Tests
                                                                                                                           be required for competing. Both
                                                                                                                           men and women, ages 18 to 70,                                                       operator and like jobs.
                                                                                                                           may apply.                                                                                    W h e r e to Apply
                                                                                                                             Besides the jobs      mentioned,                                                     Apply to the State Civil Service
                                                                                                                           many other types will be filled,                                                    Department, Albany 1, N. Y . ,or
                                               the present list.                       asked of those who signify special- particularly concerning o f f i c e m a -                                           at 270 Broadway, New Y o r k City,
    T h e Stale's search for candi-
dates to fill clerk jobs will begin               T h e examination will be given tie.s.                                   chine operation. From the clcrk                                                     but not before January 6. Mail a p -
                                               for filling jobs in the clerk title       T h e written test probably will list appointments will be made as                                                    plications will be accepted.
en Monday, January 6.
    T h e title of the test is beginning       and three specialities — file clerk,
o f f i c e worker, the pay in most in-        account clerk, and statistics clerk.
stances $2,720 to start, and the               T h e grade 3 scale applies to clerk
top of the grade, attained through             and file clerk jobs. Account clerks

annual increments, $3,450, except              and statistics clerks will be ap-                                       NOW YOU CAN BUY A NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC
that a longevity increment can                 poinnted to grade 4.
bring pay to $3,596. T h e job is in                   Promotion Opportunities

grade 3, but an appointee could                    T h e jobs o f f e r an opportunity
get promoted to grade 4, at $2,850-            for promotion not only to clerical
$3,610, seniority        increment     to      but also administrative positions.
»3.762.                                            T h e application fee will be $2,
      Many Opening in N Y C                     payable when turning          in the
  Many of the jobs will be filled               filled-out form, and candidates
by the State in its New Y o r k City            may apply until February 24 for
effices.                                        any one or all four options for the                                     AT A LOW, LOW PRICE
  Eligibles on the present list in              one fee.

                                                                                                                             SMALL DOWN
the same title may compete in the                  I t is expected that there will be
new test, if they feel they can                 an overall examination for clerk,

earn a higher score than they got               which all must pass to be eligible
the last time, and don't expect to              for any appointment, and that ad-
be reached for appointment f r o m              ditional separate questions will be

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                                                                                                                                                                                          iiarileilr Citjr               T«l. Albany 4-1983
                                                                                                                                                                   OL B UIUO                lU « MOa
                                                                                                             CIVIC              SERVICE                    LEADER

                                                                                                                                                  Queries Answered On Milifary Pensions
How fo Cef                                                                                                               The Federal government has
                                                                                                                       answered questions on pension
                                                                                                                                                                           The two main factors taken Into
                                                                                                                                                                         the "high-five" average salary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      years of service to arrive at t h «
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      annuity, so adding years of mili-
Social Seturify                                                                                                        credit lor military service as fol-
                                                                                                                                                                         (the highest average annual basic
                                                                                                                                                                         salary earned during any five con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      tary service to years of civilian
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      service gives a higher multiplica-

Card Quickly                                                                                                             H O W IS the amount of civil
                                                                                                                       service retirement figured?
                                                                                                                                                                         secutive years of service). A cer-
                                                                                                                                                                         tain percentage of the "high-five"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      tion factor. An annuity may never
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      exceed 80 percent ot the "high-
                                                                                                                                                                         average salary is multiplied by              five" average salary.
  Employees who never had a                                                                                            IIOBERMAN N E W DIRECTOR
Social Secuiily card must have                                                                                         OF P E R S O N N E L R E L A T I O N S
                                                                                                                         Personnel       Director       Joseph
one, before they can be covered
                                                                                                                       Schechter appointed Solomon H o -
by Old Age and Siirvivors' I n - /                                                                                     berman as director of personnel
surance.                                                                                                               relatioas for the City Department

      Application must be made                                                                                         of Personnel. Mr. Hoberman f o r
                                                                                                                       three years has been director of
 on a special form Issued by the                                                                                       the division of training and career
 Social Security Administration.                                                                                       development and has been with
 T h e filled-out f o r m may be re-                                                                                   the New Y o r k City department 17
 turned to the State or lo-                                                                                            years. H e is a lecturer in public

                                                                                                                       administration at the Graduate
 cal    government        Comptroller
                                                                                                                       School of Public Administration
 through one's own personnel                                                                                           at N Y U .
 office, or mailed, in the case of
 persons employed in and near
 New Y o r k City, to the Social                                                                                                Visual Training
 Security Administration, Room                                                                                                    OF CANDIDATES        FOR
                                                                      Model 17P1330-1S5 s q u a r e
 400 at 42 Broadway. New York
 City. Blanks may be obtained
                                                                        i n c h e s o f viewable a r e a .
 also at the Broadway address.
                                                                         New General Electric                             TRANSIT PATROLMAN
      In the run of cases a card is                                                                                            FOR THE EYESIGHT TEST O F
                                                                                                                              CIVIL SERVICE" REQUIREMENTS                         The DELEHAKTY INSTITUTE
    received within three days a f -
    ter the filled-in form has been
    submitted. If an applicant pre-
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    viously had a card, it takes at                                          portable T V                                       Optometrist         Orthopist
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    least a week to get a new one                                                                                        300 Wesf 23rd St.. N.Y.C.
    because of the research in-                                                                                               By Appt. Only — WA 9-5919
                                                                              PENNIES WEEKLY
                                                                               AFTER SMALL
       Employees who intend to be
    covered   by   Social  Security                                           DOWN PAYMENT
    must get one by December 31,                                          • BIGGER            PICTURE
    if they don't have one already.
                                                                          • SMALLER              CABINET

                                                                          • CLEARER             RECEPTION

      ELIGIBLES                                                           • LIGHTER            WEIGHT

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                                                                                                                I, • 1111 i
#               ^CaaAH i^AAtlUU                                                                                           TO THE EDITOR                                 LOOKING
                liH^DER.                                                                                                  VESTED R I G H T S CALLED

                                                                                                                          BASIC JUSTICE
                                                                                                                          Editor, T h e Leader:
                                                                                                                             Bravo for the editorial on vested
America's                 largest             Weekly              lor     Public                          Employees       rights! Thanlc you so much for
                                                                                                                          giving this worthy aim headline
                          Member Audit Bureau of Circulations                                                                                                                        By   H. J.   BERNARD
                                 PuUU»hed every Tuesilay                      hy                                            I t does not seem fair that a                            Contributing      Editor
                               LEADER PUBLICATION,                            INC.                                        person who has entered          civil
f 7 Duan* Strtcl, Ntw York 7. N. Y.                                                            Ileliman 3-tOIO            service should lose the advantage
                                                                                                                          of pension rights only because his
                                 Jerry Finkelslein,                 Puhlinlier
Paul Kjer, fu/ilor                                         II. 1. BcrnnnI, Conlrihiiting                         Editor
                                                                                                                          service has not been for a long            A Glimpse at the Universe on Christmas.                              7957
                                                                                                                          period, or that one who has e n -
                                 Suiidra Cnroii, .iKniiHant               KdiU>r                                          tered comparatively early in life              I N T E R E S T IN THE U N I V E R S E is expanding as the result of
                               N. H. Hiiger, llii.finest                 Manager                                          and has given very many years of           developments like the sputniks and the ultra-sensitive radio telescope,
     lOc per copy. Subscription Price $2.00 to members of the Civil                                                       service is really forced to continue       and is further enhanced now by religious concepts as this is the
         Scrvice Employees                Association, $4.00 to                    non-mtmb«rs.                           if only to safeguard retirement            Christmas season. W h e t h e r the universe Itself is expanding is a
                                                                                                                          security.                                  subject of controversy even among leading scientists.
                                                                                                                            Vested retirement, or 25-year-               T h e theory of an expanding universe is that of self-renewal, an
                                                                                                                          service retirement at any age, can         Idea that is taking firmer and firmer hold. T h e sun, for instance, is
                         TUESDAY,              DECEMBER                    21,       1957                                 offset this discrimination.                regarded as preserving its source of energy through atom-.<;mashing,
                                                                                                                               CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEE                and thus being able to replenish as fast as it consumes. I f it can hap-
                                                                                                                                                                     pen in the sun, it can happen in any other star, and in tlie universe
                                                                                                                                                                     in general.

 Residence Law Repeal
                                                                                                                          FINDS .55-YEAR P L A N
                                                                                                                                                                          W e might have to revise some of our ideas about the law of con-
                                                                                                                          JUST    GOBBLEDYGOOK
                                                                                                                                                                     servation of energy. I f a machine produces as much as it consumes,
                                                                                                                          Editor, T h e Leader:                      w-e have perpetual motion. Perhaps all creation was based on perpetual
ner     has
               i.ssne o f
        p e a r s to be coining to a h e a d . J l a y o r R o b e r t F .

                                                of     the

                                                                 iJVons R e s i d e n c e

                                                                              in    favor           of
                                                                                                         Law      ap-
                                                                                                                            I am one of the many State em-
                                                                                                                          ployees who misunderstood the
                                                                                                                          rate of contribution under the new
                                                                                                                                                                     motion keeping the cosmic system going, even though that exception
                                                                                                                                                                     is denied to mortal man and his machines.

                                                                                                                          55-year plan.                                              Radio Telescope         Gives     Promise
adding         that        the        Council        has        not      seen       fit    to       go         along.
                                                                                                                             I wrote to Albany trying to have
Now       Personnel              Director         Joseph             Schechter,                in    a        speech                                                      Some aid toward determining whether the universe is expanding
                                                                                                                          tlie matter cleared up, 'but have
b e f o r e the Citizens Budget Commission,                                        advocates                  repeal                                                 or not may be gained through use of the new amplifier developed at
                                                                                                                          had no reply.
                                                                                                                                                                     Harvard University that increases the sensitivity of the radio tele-
to stimulate               recruitment.                                                                                      Thanics f o r your assistance in
                                                                                                                                                                     scope a thousand-fold. Radiation f r o m hydrogen clouds in remote
                                                                                                                          this matter by the I ' i        column
        T l i e issue h a s r a m i f i c a t i o n s t h a t w i l l h a v e to r e s o l v e d                                                                     galaxies hitherto beyond receiving range may be detected and even
                                                                                                                          spread in tiie December 17 issue of
b e f o r e anything a p p r o x i m a t i n g a g r e e m e n t can be reached.                                                                                     measured. T h e antics of the hydrogen atoms result in radiation on a
                                                                                                                          T h e Leader, giving the details.
                                                                                                                                                                     wavelength of 21 centimeters, about 8 l i inches. Since radio waves
        Basically              it's    sound      merit           system           practice          to        elimi-        A f t e r reading 't twice, the en-
                                                                                                                                                                     travel at the speed of light, 186,000 miles a second, the frequency
nate the requirement of three years' continuous N e w                                                           York      tire matter is now as clear as it
                                                                                                                                                                     is 1,430 megacycles. Tlie mid-frequency of the commercial broadcast
                                                                                                                          was before I read it.
City     residence              immediately                preceding               appointment.                  The                                                 is less than 1 megacycle. From study of the transmissions f r o m the
                                                                                                                                      WILUAM        BOTTINI
Civil Service R e f o r m Association,                                  in a b r i e f         prepared            by                                                cosmic entities in those distant galaxies may come a clue to the
Thomas              R.    Watson,             executive            director,          said           about         all                                               mystery of what is happening to the universe.
 t l i a t c o u l d b e s a i d in f a v o r o f r e p e a l , a n d s a i d it                         expertly.        Group to Study Law                           Does it make any practical difference whether the universe is
                                                                                                                                                                     wearing out or not? T h e question must remain unanswered in the

                                Argiuiicnts               in       Opposition
                                                                                                                          On Criminally Insane                       absence of objective proof. But many who might be of the opinion that
                                                                                                                            A L B A N Y , Dcc. 23 — Governor         the universe is losing the battle for continued existence would never-
         But there are tenable arguments against repeal,                                                         too.     Harriman has announced the ap-             theless have any fears completely allayed by religious faith. T h e
The      City       government,                like all other bi'anches of                                    govern-     pointment of a committee of legal          Bible's first sentence is, " I n the beginning God created heaven, and
                                                                                                                          and psychiatric specialists to study       earth." If creation is accepted as having been supernatural, the safe-
 ment, resorts to e v e r y conceivable device, short of                                                      raising
                                                                                                                          the present laws of New York de-           guarding f r o m destruction of that which was created could also be
 pay     to    adequate               levels,        to    stimulate            i-ecruitment.                   Some
                                                                                                                          fining the criminally insane. E x -        considered supernatural.
«f     the     makeshifts               are     laudatory,               tliough           the       effect         on
                                                                                                                          haustive examination of the prob-               T h e question of survival has no immediacy. T h e rate of any pos-
 p a y m a y not be. A p p l i c a t i o n s a r e issued and r e c e i v e d                                       by    lems stemming from the applica-            sible decay of the universe would be loo small to justify anybody in
 mail,        many         examinations                   are      kept        open            continuously,              tion of the centui-y-old M c N a u g h -   the next many thousands of years to worry on that score.
 others reopened                    because          of insufficient number of                                 appli-     ton Rule and the feasibility of
                                                                                                                          amending tlie Rule will be the                                  More to It than Mere Earth
 cants, e x a m i n a t i o n s f o r hard-to-fill j o b s are h e l d                                   repeated-
                                                                                                                          duty of this committee. Serving on                  All of us are primarily interested in the Earth, one of tlie cold
 ly, fast       examination               and        hiring             are    practiced                 in    filling
                                                                                                                          the study committee will be:               stars of the Milky W a y , but it is well to extend our interest, since
 Btenographer,                  typist,       and         engineering              jobs,        and           recruit-
                                                                                                                              Dr. David Abraham.sen of 1035          Earth is much like an organ of the body. W e live on the nou:ishing
 m e n t a i d is e n l i s t e d f r o m d e p a r t m e n t s a n d u n i v e r s i t i e s . I n                       F i f t h Avenue, New Yorlc City, a        warmth and light of the Sun as much through the food we eat, for
 the long run all alternatives to p r o p e r p a y f a l l short.                                                        practicing psychiatrist and con-           shelter and clothing, and even the air we breathe. But we depend
                                                                                                                          sultant in forensic psychiatry to          somewhat on the Moon, too, which controls our tides, and has side
         Policemen               and     firemen               ai'e o p p o s e d         to    absolute           re-
                                                                                                                          the Department of Mental H y -             e f f e c t on our lives, not to forget its aid to public policy by promoting
 peal of the L y o n s Residence I . a w and think of                                               out-of-town
                                                                                                                          giene.                                     matrimony.
 appointees               to     such     jobs        as        carpet-baggers.                     They         feel,      Reverend S. Oley Cutler, S.J.,               Both the Sun and the Moon are affected by other astral bodies.
 and rightly               so, t h a t    complete                repeal        would           injure           their    a graduate fellow at the George-           W e really must think in large terms. One W o r l d no longer takes in
 drive        for    adequate            pay.        The         argument            that           higher        pay     town University Law Center, work-          enough territory. Nothing less than One Universe will do. T h e era
 Is n e c e s s a r y , t o a t t r a c t C i t y r e s i d e n t s t o j o b s t h a t a r e h a r d                     ing for his degree of Master of            of the broadened viewpoint already is upon us. A Moon, 250.000 miles
                                                                                                                          Laws.                                      away, and even a Sun 93,000,000 miles away, must no longer frighten
 to fill at present rates, m i g h t lose w e i g h t if                                        examinations
                                                                                                                             Dr. Richard V. Poster, Assistant        our Imagination.
 were        thrown            open to out-of-town                       residents w h o                  have      no
                                                                                                                           Commissioner,    Department     of
 e x p e r i e n c e w i t h t h e c o s t o f l i v i n g in N e w                       York           City.             Mental Hygiene.                                                 This Record       W ill Stand
                                                                                                                             Dr. Francis E. Shaw, Director of             T h e cosmic systems that constitute the universe, our own Milky
                                      Aniendnient                  Proposed                                                the Dannemora State Hospital.             W a y being only one of them, are about 2,000,000 light years apart. A
                                                                                                                             Edward S. Silver, District A t -        light year is the distance that light travels in one year, and, remember,
         There            is n o      opposition               among        employees                groups          to                                              light travels at a velocity of 186,000 miles a second. Material bodies
                                                                                                                           torney of K i n g s County.
 a m e n d i n g t h e l a w so that C i t y r e s i d e n c e w o u l d n o t be r e -                                      Dr. Chri.stopher F. Terrence, Di-       will never attain velocity anywhere near that. Light waves, as well
 quired        of        present employees. T h e                         difficulty of                  finding      a    rector of the Rochester State Hos-        as radio waves, travel at the highest velocity possible in nature.
 Buitable           place        to    live    within            the     City       limits on                 present      pital.                                       Even the Sun, Itself, is therefore relatively close at hand. And if it
 p a y is s t r e s s e d . A n d i f a m a n w a n t s t o b u y a l i t t l e                                house,        Judge John Van Voorhis, Asso-           is receding toward the constellation Hercules at 12 miles a second,
                                                                                                                           ciate Judge of the New Y o r k Court      while rotating on its axis at 175 miles a second, such statistics fall
 the     suburbs               offer    about         the        only       opportunity                   that      his
                                                                                                                           of Appeals.                               into the domain of small numbers. So far, it has been a most depend-
 modest means                    permit.
                                                                                                                             Herbert Wechsler, Professor of          able necessity. Like the whole cosmic system itself, the Sun affords
         T h e Council undoubtedly hesitates to repeal the                                                         law     Law, Columbia University.                 no reason to mar our happiness at this Christmas time in 1957.
 because            of    the       opposition            of     the     1^5,000          policemen                and
 f i r e m e n , a n d t h o u s a n d s o f othei-s. D i v i s i o n o f o p i n i o n                            has
                                                                                                                            SOCIAL          SECURITY
 p r e v e n t e d o t h e r unions of C i t y e m p l o y e e s f r o m t a k i n g                               any

                                                                                                                                            Disability Benefits

                          Coulil       lie Unaniinous                    for       Repeal
         A s is b e c o m i n g           m o r e a n d m o r e f r e q u e n t in o u r                         com-        THE     1956   AMENDMENTS          to
                                                                                                                                                                receive monthly benefits under                 T o be "disabled" wiihin the
  p l e x society, solution by c o m p r o m i s e                             is in o r d e r . I t            might      the Social Security Act provide a    the old-age and survivors insur-             meaning of the new law a worker
  b e o n e w h e r e b y t l » l a w is a m e n d e d a l o n g t h e l i n e s p o l i c e -                             new type of benefit payable In ance program beginning with July,                  must be unable to engage in any
  men, f i r e m e n and others desire. If the raises are                                                forthcom-                                              1957. I t is estimated that about            substantial gainful activity by rea-
                                                                                                                           certain cases of disability. Totally
                                                                                                                                                                400,000 will be eligible to receive          son of a medically determinable
  ing, p e r h a p s t h e o p p o s i t i o n              will subside, e v e n                    disappear,            disabled workers between the ages benefits for that month and that
                                                                                                                                                                                                             physical or mental Impairment
  •0   that, a f t e r          amendment,                 repeal         would           become               practi-     of 50 and 65 who meet specified about 900,000 will be receiving                   which can be expected to result
  cable.                                                                                                                   work and disability standards can benefits by 1970.                                    (Continued on Page 11)
                                                                                                                                                                                                          PRICE I N D E X SETS            RECORD

Nassau County EligiMe List
                                                                                           161.    Sylvester M . Murray           173.    C h a i l f t A. K.irnjin   183. Louis F o r t e
                                                                                           102.    Robert E. Sanc1niil»t          17a.    Raymond K. Chmicl                                                WASHINGTON,             Dec.    23—The
                                                                                                                                                                      184. Anthoii)-; J. M i r a v a l
                                                                                           10.1.   John E. Oreenn/'ke!            174.    Edward I.e<'pi
                                                                                                                                                                                                         U. S. L a b o r Department        reported
For Police Sergeant Promotion
                                                                                           104.    Henry C. F l o w e r          175.    Jacqne* H. Serroeo           185. Norman       F.
                                                                                           18,5.   Stanley F . Kalinosky         170.    Louifl Sarnnl                IKfl. Gilbert     David            an increase in the consumer price
                                                                                           ino.    Harry L . P i i e r           177.    .Tames H. Cosirrov®          187. Donald 8.         Biwehoolt   index of 0.4 percent for m i d - O c t o -
                                                                                           lrt7.   Franein J. Gros               17S,    James T . Beirne
    T h e following c o m p l e t w the N a s s a u County eligible list f o r p r o -     ins.    T h o m a i R. M a r t i a    17».    T h o m a s J. P a l m e r   188. Oeorye D. Rnuther             ber    to   mid-November.           This
                                                                                           IflO.   Daniel J. Healey              ISO.    Robert W . Fnehrleill
motion to sergeant, Police Department. T h e names to N o . 160 were                                                                                                  1 S » . William   S. SielsUI
                                                                                           170.    A l v a R. Berker. ,Tr.       181.    W i l l i a m Malii'k                                           brought     the   total    figure   to    a
published i n the December 10 issue.                                                       171.    Robert L .            183.    Georito S. F e l i c »       l(tO. Oeorgre D. Y o n n t         record high.



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   129B. C L I N I C A L    SOCIAL
W O R K E R , various grades, start-
                                                                         Looking Inside                          A L B A N Y , Dec, 23 — Dr. James
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                                                                                                               Dutchess Community College at
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T h e r e Is no closing date for he meant that its quantity Is undetermined and indeterminate, and
Grades 7 through 11. Closing date by f i n i t e he denied that the quantity is infinite. Space is i^garded as

U M a y 13, f o r Grades 12 and 13. Infinite by other scientists of comparable standing. T h i s difference of

                                     opinion compares with the controversy over whether the universe Is

                                     building up, dying out, or Just maintaining the status quo.

 There's no Gin like
                                          W h e n Einstein made his statement he had already developed and
                                     even extended his theory of relativity, which Is based on the concept
                                     of curvature of space. Thus Einstein was perfectly consistent in                                           TASTi m WOHPIRFUL PiffUf
                                     asserting the unlimited nature of space while maintaining space is

                                     finite, since curvature can account for complete continuity without
                                     determinable end.                                                                                                                       NOWl KEEP TRIM
                                                                    T h e sputniics turned the eyes of the world to space. I t was now
                                                                only natural that interest would be stimulated also in what lies beyond
                                                                                                                                                                         at the ST. GEORGE GYM
                                                                even the orbit level of an artificial earth satellite. Not only was the
                                                                                                                                                                       NEW Body Conditioning Apparatus
                                                                world's imagination fired, and deserved credit given the Russians, but
                                                                                                                                                                          BARBELLS and DUMBBELLS
                                                                astronomers, anJ mathematicians in general, began to speculate on                                        Get into Shape for
                                                                whether It would ever be possible to launch an artificial satellite that
                                                                would parallel the unique behavior of the Earth's only natural satellite,
                                                                                                                                                                         Weight Lifting Tests I
                                                                the Moon. Of all the Icnown satellites, the Moon alone rotates on its                                      COMPLiTE GYMNASIUM EQUIPMENT
                                                                axis in exactly the same time that it completes one orbit around the                              tow A D M I S S I O N includsi uia of worM-fameut
                                                                Earth, further corroboration, though none is needed, of the mathe-                                  nQlural iQll-walar S w i m m i n g Pool, S u n l a m p i .
                                                                                                                                               HOTEL                D i y - H o l a n d S t a a m R o e m t . Suit a n d tawal l u p p l i M .
                                                                matical harmony of the mechanism of the universe. If that identity
                                                                can be duplicated artificially, the next step should be easy—to devise
                                                                                                                                                            d e ^ V C I C POOL                     C l A W C CT.. I K I Y N • M A t n 4 - 5 0 0 0
                                                                an artificial satellite that, like the Moon, will keep going continuously.

                                                                                  1958 GENERAL ELECTRIC 12 CUBIC-FOOT
                                                                                                                                                   WITH STRAIGHT LINE DESIGN ^
                                                                                                                                                   won't slick-out into your kitchen.
                                                                                                                                                   Front fits flush with base cab-
                                                                                                                                                   inets. E l i m i n a t e hard-to-reach
                                                                                                                                                   dirt-catching areas around refrig*
                                                                                                                                                   erator . . . because back and
                                                                                                                                                   sides fit flush against wall.

        GORDON'S DRY GIN CO., 110., LINDEN, N. I.                                                                                                  REVOLVING SHELVES
                  I . K f i A I . NOTICH
                                                                                                                                                       Put all food at your fingertips
                                                                                                                                                       Foods at the back come right out
            SOIL I C X l ' L G U A T I O N S A N D
      rOUNUATlON               INVESTie^TIONS
                                                                                                                                                       front! Easy to adjust up or down
            BUONX S T A T E H O S i ' l T i J .                                                                                                        even when fully loaded. Make all
                                                                                                                                                        other shelves old fashioned.
                  BRONX COUNTY
                  SpM. N o . SM-114
               N O T I I K TO I t i n U K B S
    Sftftl.'d piopo.^als f o r Ihe above project.

                                                                                                                                                   TRUE ZERO-DEGREE FREEZER
»n aocordance w i l h Specifloatioii N o . SM-
114 will bo reoetved by Henry A . Cohen.
Director. Bureau o ( Conlr:ula, Departiiienl
at Public Works, H t l i Floor. T h e Gover-
nor A l f r e d E. Smilh Stale OIllco Uuiklinif.
Alt)any, N . Y. on behalf of the Depart-
ment        of   Menial        HyKlene. until            :(I0
ft'clock iVM.. January                 i i l 5 8 , when they
will t)e ptiblicly opened atul read.
   Each proposal nuiat be made lil>on the
form and Httbniitled in the envi'lope pru-
Tlded therefor and shall be at"jnipaifieil
by i cei'lilicd check niado payable to the
Stata of     New   York.       Coninilssioncr    of
Taxation and Finance, of               5':i. of the
•mount of Ihe bid as a Buaranty that Ibc
bidder will enter into the contract If it
ba awarded to him. T h e specilication num-
ber must be written on the front of Ihe
anvolope. The blank spaces In Ihe pro-
posal mnsl bo filled in. and no ehanite
•hall be made in the phraseology of the                                                                                                                Big capacity, 2.1 cu. ft., holds up to 74 pounds. Sep-
proposal. Proposals that carry any omiK-
•lons. erasures, alterations or adOitione                                                                                                              arately insluated and refrigerated.
w a y he rejected aa i n f o r m a l .
      T h e Slate reserves the rleht to reject
» n y or all bids. Sliccessful bidder will be                                                  Easy terms. Libaral trade-in allowance
ntiuired to tfive a bund conditioned f o r
lha f a i t h f u l performance of the contract
and 1 sci>arate bond f o r the payment of

                                                                                                           AND LOOK AT THESE PLUS FEATURES
laborers and materialmen, each bond In
t h « «um of 100% of the amount of the
oontraet.           (orpoi'aliona   submitting     t>ru-
poaali shall be aiithorized to do biislncsu
In tba State of New Y o r k . Specilicationa

                                                                                   Automatic defrosting refrigerator section • Magnetic safety door • Twin vegetable drawers • Butter Iteeper
oiay ba e-taniined free of charse at the
following- olllces;

                                                                                                  • Egg raciu liold one dozen eggs • Juice can dispenser and ice cream raci(
l a ) Bureau of I'onlractt, 141h Floor. T h e
          Oovernor A l f r e d E. Sinitb State Of-
          f i l e Buildinif, Albiiny 1, New Y o l k ,
 ( b ) Mr. M. E. r.oul. District
          New       YurU    State Dept. of
                                                PuMio                                                          • Available in General Electric Mix or-Match Colors
          Works. ;l'.!5 W i s t Main Street, Baby-
          lon, 1,011* Island. New Y o r k .

                                                                                               MADE WELL APPLIANCE CORP.
U ) Mr. William               M. Trainer,    Associate
         Contract        Engineer,   Dtuiartnicni     of

          Public Woika, •..•70 Broadway, N e w
          Y o r k City, New York.

      Soeeill. alions may hi> obtained by callinu
at tha olliees of any one of the above and

                                                                                         1737 PItlcin Avenue                                                                                       Brooklyn, N. Y.
o i a k i n * deposit of $5.00 for each set or
by mailinii sllih deposit to the l l u n a u of
C o n t r a . t j . Department of Piiblie Works.
Tha Oovernor A l f r e d E. Smilh Stats Of-
Be« Uuildinif. Albany, N . Y . Checks shall

                                                                                                                                             EV 5-4400
b » made payable to llie Department of
Piibllc Works. Proposal blanks and en-
» « l u u e « will be fiiruisbcd without charge.
Ditled: December 0, 11)67
                                                                                                                 REAL ESTATE
                                           from covered work was probably
    Social Security                        due to their disability.
                                                   Rchabililallon Enters
»     (Continued from Pajte 6)                T h e disability benefits program
 In death or to be of long-contin-         will be administered in close re-

                                                                                                                         HOUSES — HOMES - PROPERTIES
 ued and indefinite duration. A            lationship with the vocational re-
 waiting period of six consecutive         habilitation program. Applicants
                                           for disability Insurance benefits
 months of disability is required
                                           will be referred to the vocational
                                                                                                                    THE BEST G I F T O F A L L — YOUR O W N                                                          HOME
 before benefits may be payable.
 I n order to qualify for disability       rehabilitation agency. T h e law                                      LONG ISLAND                                     LONG ISLAND                                          LONG ISLAND
 benefits a worker must be both            contains special provisions de-
 f u l l y and currently Insured and       signed to keep the disability bene-
 iilso must have had 20 quarters           fits consistent with the objective
                                                                                                                                            i                         SMITH & S C i S C O
 of coverage during the 40-quarter         of rehabilitation.
 period ending with the quarter       A beneficiary who engages in
 In which the disability begins. renumerative work pursuant to a
                                                                                                                                                                          Real Estate
                                                                                                                                                                    192 11 LINDEN BOULEVARD. ST. ALBANS
 These requirements are Intended program           for his         rehabilitation
                                                                                                                                                                                  LA 5-0033
 to limit the payment of disability carried on under a state-approved                                     UNITED           CORP.

 Insurance benefits to p9r.sons who        (Continued on Page 12)
 have had a sufficiently long period                                                                                                                     RICHMOND              HILL:                      ST. ALBANS:
                                                                                                       n is/i<     all     I I s past,

 of coverage under the program to                                                                                                                        2 fjimily hri. k iN ta- hrd.              10 1 family Bhinirle dftarhrd. 2 oar jtar-
 Indicate that they were dependent                                                                    present       and          future                  rooniH, 5    .'>. M-tni finisln-d bjim-ntent. nR:p, 7 roiUMs, 4 hi'ijro«)n)n. oil l'#'at,
                                                                                                                                                         oil h'*(. OilH-r I'Mras iti.-hukd.            new roof and ah ins Irs. Kxn-jin in«'?uded.

 upon their covered earnings over
                                                                                                      clienis, liest U islies for                                   Price: $19,000                                   Price:        $12,500
 an extended period before they            SPRINGFIELD GARDENS
 became disabled and who have                                                                         a Merry Clirlslmas and

 had sufficient recent coverage to
                                                                                                      a    Happy         ISctu     Year.                                                       HOLLIS:
"indicate that their       withdrawal

                                       2-riliiiMy snllil liriik ililailied home
                                       rrHtliriiiK I ft a""' ' /•* r«iiim Htinrl-                                                                        I family ghiuRle drla.-bed: naraue. laree firtxlOO lot.         rnomis. Oaw heat,
                                       niriitx. I HrKr iiliil. <ias hi'Rt, itHmne                                                                                )
                                                                                                                                                         iliio T room hri«'k anH«'h»'«l huiUiing. Separate healing unit, good for 2 fuin.
                                               BIHI liiHtU of   extrDN.                                                                                  »r |)r<if<'!»si»inal. Loa«lR of
       SPRINGFIELD GARDENS                                                                                                                                                           ILL ST si:i:   TO \RIMIK< I.\TK

       i : \ T E n - R A r i A i .
                                               ST. ALBANS                       $11,900
                                               nnpfHlliil.v. nit nxiiin, ilflat'lipd
                                                                                                       TROJAN 4                                             Ofher 1 and 2 family homes. Priced from $9,000 up.
                                                                                                                                                                        Also Business Properties.
        Detached Colonial                      liiiiiir. (Ill lii-al. FinlKluHl linhfinent:             114-44 Sutphin Blvd.                  ^

                                               iHriir liliit. liilrriiir iifolv ilniirMtld.
                                               Kxirni. (LHlorc. Saiiill i'«»li.
                                                                                                                 JAMAICA                        J
                                                         Acl Quickly I
                                                                                                                 O L 9-6700                   ^                 ALLEN                          &                    EDWARDS
       $390 CASH
                                                   OTHER 1 AND 2 FAMILIES
                                                                                                                                                                                     For        Real            Esfafe
                                            ^MALCOLM                       REALTY^

         Under     "NATIONALS"                                                                            Open 7 doy» a w«eli                 ^                                    THIS WEEK S S P E C I A L S
      famous "LAr-AWAY"      Flan                lll-n.l I'armert Blvil., 8(. Albant
                                                                                                                                                           S. OZONE PK.—Brick and stucco Tudor Home, 6 rooms, oil
                                                   HOIlis 8-0707 — 4)708
        NO MORTGAGE                                                                                                                                        convenient ncigliborliood. Price                                             $15,500
          PROBLEMS                                       LKCiAL       NOTICK
                                                                                                                                                           HOME        AND      BUSINESS—Semi-attached                      brick—STATION-
       S Modern Roemt, Steam                                                                                                                               E R Y A N D L U N C H C O U N T E R , 3 room apt. In rear, 4 room
                                               CITATION — I'a.-lOil, 11157 — The P.-o            nf yon Hie dtit! (o nhow oauRe before tli«
      Heat, Bosement, Large Plot           pie         llie Stale ol New YovU By the
                                           Graie nt Goil Kife »iiil InricDinileiit. To
                                                                                                 SunoKale'B Court nf our T'ounly of Nrw
                                                                                                 York, Kt the Hall of Hfoords in the Conn
                                                                                                                                                           apt. upstairs. R«n(a". or sale. Price                                        $11,000

                                           Ml,MAN Nl( HOLS GUAHAM. 4(1 Stoiiey                   ty of New York, on the '"Ih day of Janu-                   Prompt Personal Service — Open Suncfayi and      Evenings
                                           Lane, SllureliHni-l)y-lheSfa. tiimiitx. EiiB-         ar.v. one thoiiKanfi nine linnth'ed and flfty-
                                           liinil, (lie next of kin and lii'ii'8 at law          ei^rht, at half-paft       o'clock in the fore-            LOIS J. ALLEN        Licensed Real    ANDREW EDWARDS
                                           ot WII.LIAiM E. GRAHAM, defeased, li nd               noon of tliat (l.'ty, nhy the eaid will and              U8-18 Liberty Ave     Esfafe Brokers       Jamaica, N. V.
        REAL ESTATE           CO.          lireflinK:                                            tfKtanient and t'o<li4'iI thereto shouM not
                                               Wheira«, FLORENCE GRAHAM, who                     be admittod to prohaie as a wiH of roal                                 OLympIa 8-2014    *   8-2015
       One nf Queens' Oldest               rptiilfB at           East lHlh Street. Boroniih      and personal un)|)pr»y. IN TESTIMONY
         Heal Estate Firms                 of AlanliatL.n, tlie Cily of New York, has            WHEKEOF,            have oaosrd the seal of
                                           lately applied to the Snn-ogate's t.'oui't of                    the SiiiTOKKte'fl Tonrt of the «aid
      U 8 20 HILLSIDE AVE.                 our Counly ot New Yolk to have two                               Connty of New York to be here-
                                           en-lain inslninieiits in writinii liearinK            {L. S.) UMh) affixed. WITNESS. Honor-
        J A M A I C A . N. Y.              ilalm M.ny ynth. I!t6'2 aiul D'ceiuber ITIh,                     able .Tottf-ph A. Cox. Surrog:a1e of           UPSTATE PROPERTY
       Open DAILY. SATURDAY                liJft.'J reiipet'fively relaliiiif to both real and              our fiaid County of New York,
                                           personal i)i-oi)ei-ly. duly j>roveil as the last                 at fliitd oounty, the 4th day of
         & SUNDAY, 9 f o 9                 will and tetlanient ot W I I i l A M K.
                                           GUAHAM, de^'eaae.l, who was at the time
                                                                                                            November, in the year of our
                                                                                                            Lord one thousand nine hnndre<l                IF TRANSFERRED TO                                         $700           CASH
             O L 7-6600                    ot his death a resilient ot l.'i.'J East ISIh                    aiuI fiffy-*ievon, Philip A. Dona-                   ALBANY
                                                                                                            )uus Clerk of the Surrosaie'8                                                                       SrKIN4il IF.I.n GAKI>K.NS — FL
                                           Streel. Hni'ough of Manhattan, the Counly                                                                Don't mi(<8 looUinir at Ihis ultra mod. hiii-U              room frame, ti car RHrnse, teas
                                           of New York. THKKKKORE, you snd each                             Court                                   & frame Ji brm. Kan-lifr in fitHsi Boolion
                                                                                                                                                    of >liKt)\vii\ illf\ Only 2 hlUn. lo bUH. Li v.                                    $11,500
                                                                                                                                                    rm. 18 X IS) wiJh fiif-pl.         J'J-ft. pi'-mre
                                                                                                                                                    window. Marvelous I'i x            kil>-h. dinette          HOIJ.I^ — 9 fnmlly •(uoco. 4

              SEE US
                                                                                                                                                    in soft-liKht knotty piiir, Kiainl arranye-                 anri 4. t! onr RaraBe.
                                                                                                                                                    nient, 'v4-ft cnjiitcrB, v'V-ft. . ahiniMs, huilt-
                                                                                                                                                    iu tahle-lop ran}r<> & (ivi'ii, Jmih >.laiiilrsfi                                  $16,900
                                                                                                                                                    steel. Lpe. hall. ,'{ IgP. hrmH. tile bath with
                                                                                                                                                    vanity. Am>lher rm. fnr iind bath, l.jrr.                   ADOlSI.Kir.H P.VItK — KIIUIIKII
                                                                                                                                                    attif, floorefl. Tall r«-llar. hw oil heat.                 Tininr Itrh-k, 7 rooms, ftnislird

             FOR OUR
                                                                                                                                                    Heated Kar, l«:e. Jot. .vtotip terraoe. Kxtras              basement with hnr,
                                                                                                                                                    in<i. all-piastcred Nvall.«. heaxy 'Z x ]0 A.               nv4 rHlzed giiruKe.         300
                                                                                                                                                    •J X     eonstni. tion, uniiiiif rn«ran«e, rai.Mtl
                                                                                                                                                    jIasHtone lire-pl. hearth. Heat rost JflKO
                                                                                                                                                    yr., int.'l ilomcHtic hoi. wat. ralifnrnia
                                                                                                                                                    natural pex-floor.e. 1 mi. to Albany. I'iose                Belford D.Harty,Jr.
             LOW LOW                                                                                                                                to fhtirches. Stole not far. Taxes
                                                                                                                                                    THICK $1K..S(»0. Immediate possession.
                                                                                                                                                    Transfer «ieales tltis «ale. OHlee open
                                                                                                                                                    every day, Sundays. WAl.TKR UKLL, BrUr.
                                                                                                                                                     Altumoiit, N. Y. Tel UNion 1 - H l J l .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ISllh St

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Fl 1-1950

               PRICE                                                                                                                                ROSKNDALP:       HOMES n^ar
                                                                                                                                                    Site Western Ave. Disl. $1 (».SM)0
                                                                                                                                                    ^1,600 down. Tel. Albany
                                                                                                                                                                                       new    Campus
                                                                                                                                                                                               !».(M)0.                  I.KIIAI    Mtl'KK
                                                                                                                                                                                                              P .^51fl. 1057. TllH I'KOri.lC OK T H E
                                                                                                                                                                    LEG.\L    NOTUE                       STATIC OP NKW YORK liy Uie Gluce ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Guil ivce anil liulclitjulcnl.
                                                                                                                                                    IMOIUKR, KLISE W.—CITATION.—The                           TO Mis. SANDOR WINTI'R, hnr,I IHMA
                                                                                                                                                    IVoplo of Ihe Stale »>I New York, Hy                  GMiGVAN, also known as IRMA WINTliU.
                                                                                                                                                    I lie Grat-e of f!od Kree and Independent.            llpcr-Sheva Siclini, HH Hr./'Z IhikI Hie
                                                                                                                                                    To John C. Warner, Jr.. Anne Warner                   next ol liin and li'ivB "t liiw iil I l.l'-K
                                                                                                                                                    Hoff, Wina Dorothy K. Warner, H-len Heer              (iARGVAN, also known aa OSCAR IC. t^Alt-
                                       Never Before Such a Low Price                                                                                Kohn. MIB. Adi'laide (irannatt, Mrn. Ctni-
                                                                                                                                                    Htaiice I*. K. Hoover. Dr. (Jilfoitl B. I'in-
                                                                                                                                                    • •liot, Mrs. Mary Pineluit Me.ver, Anto-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          YAN, also known as OSCER E. GAR-AN,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ucenaafil. scnil RrePliiiB:
                                                                                                                                                                                                              •\VUEUEAS; 111-. liNlianl Iloiozrlli r, «lie
                                                                                                                                                    nette Eno l'in«hot llratllee. (Jilfortl Tin-          rvsiata al :!01 Kast 17lh S l m l . Ni w Yoi k
                                                                                                                                                    ehot 2nd, Carol.vii Warm r D^ puy, Mary               City, anil HowaiU B. rliniT, who i.Mili n at
                                                                                                                                                    Thrall Powers, Ha.vmond S. Thrall, Min-                       Park Avuniie. tlio fiiy ol         w York,
                                                                                                                                                    or\a T. Mi Kaijr, Jane T. W< ar. Fram-ea              lias lali.'ly auiillfd lo Ihe Siirrotali'a < ciirt
               Limited Quantity Available                                                                                                           lllman, Curtis W. 'J'hi-ull. Ct.ia Liim Aii-
                                                                                                                                                    derMon, thf> next of kin and lieii-H at law
                                                                                                                                                    of Elise W. I'oirler, deceased, tsend greet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          oJ our fonnty ot New Yoik to liave a >ir-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          lain insli'linipnt- in wiiliiiu licwini,' i;alii
                                                                                                                                                                                                          May ;iid, 11),57 relaliiir to liotli iimI anil
                                                                                                                                                    i>i»r:                                                piTsonal proijci'ly, chily iinivrd aa ilif
               Exclusive double-stretch hose reachet                                                                                                    Whereas, Sherwood B. Bosworth, t\ho               will and tcslainent of KLKK ARliVAN, hlno
                                                                                                                                                    resides al Murray Street, Westpurl, Con-              known as OSOIOR E. GARCYA.N. lilao
               out 16 feet — lets you clean twice th»                                                                                               neetieut, anti Kalph A. (iamble, who rc-              known aa OSCAR E. AR AN, .ti'icim. d, who
                                                                                                                                                    HideH at Aibee Ctnirl. New                »aa at the lime ot his draih a nmlmt o(
               a r e a of a n y other cleoner.                                                                                                       York, huvo lately applietl to the Snri-ofcate 8      451) East S4th SII-HPI, New Yolk t .iy. tli«
                                                                                                                                                    Court of our County t.f N« w Vtuk to have             CoMtuy lit New Y'otk.
               Exclusive telescoping w a n d a n d threa-                                                                                            a eertain instrumeMl in xxritiig; bearitiK               T11E11I;E0RK, yon and e.T.'li of vo.i ave
                                                                                                                                                    (hile January 30, IH t.'t relating to both r< al      riled lo allow (.-allse hrfore the SimoKalf's
               w h e e l e d nozzle.                                                                                                                 and pc-r«onal properly, duly proved an the           Coiii't of our Connly of N' w \ oi k, al
                                                                                                                     Model 8 4                       lant will and testament of Klist» W. l't)iiier,      Room 6111 in the Hull ot Itirinds in ihe
               No dust bog fo empty , . . throw-                                                                     Complete                        deirahetl, who was at the time of h«r                Comity of Ni'W York, on Die Mill i^ay of
                                                                                                                                                     death a rebident of the County of New                              M
                                                                                                                                                                                                          .Ijiiinary, O B llioiisatid n'lie hiiinlrid ^lnd
               a w a y bog takes just 10 l e c o n d t                                                                 with                          Yolk.                                                titly-i i«lit, at half paM Mi o . lo k in Ihi'
               fo change.                                                                                              Tools                             Tl» ere fore, you aixl e8<h of you are eited     tonnoon of llial day. why the m il will Hml
                                                                                                                                                     to bhow eauHo betore the Suirotraie B Court          tralamenl ahoiild not lie ailniatnl lo iiro-
                                                                                                                                                     of our County of New Yt)ik. at the Hall of           halo US a 4 ill of n-al and pi rsonal |irop-
               Quiet, full horsepower motor for ex-                                                                                                                                                       eriy.
                                                                                                                                                     IlecortlH in Ihe County of New York, on
               tra luction.                                                                                                                          the             d:iy of Januaty. one thoutiand           IN TKSTIMONY WHEREOF, we have
                                                                                                                                                                                                          eauBi'd llle seal of llie Siiri-iitrjili a Cuin-t of
                                                                                                                                                     nine hundred and ti fty-ei^ ht, at hall-paHt         tile naid Ciiniily of Ni.-w Yuik lo be lu-re-
               Brand new , . , itlil In factory cartoni.                                                                                             ten 0'<-l0'k In ihe loreiiotin of that day.          unlo affixid- iseal)
                                                                                                                                                     why the fi.iii) will and teKt;imeiii hlioitid not        WIT.NIOSS, Hiinoralile S. SAMIKl. Dl
                                                                                                                                                     be Uihnitled to probate U a will of real              FAl.l.'O, SliiTogate of our miil i.f Ki'W
                                                                                                                                                     and pei-HOual property.                              Y'oi'k, at Biiiil I'outily, llie .M,d ilay of IJe-
                                                                                                                                                         In lestmicmy wheicof, we liave oatiBod           eembor in Ihe yeai* of our l.-ird one Jliou*

                            MARKS APPLIANCE CO.
                                                                                                                                                                   file seal of tht> Suri'oi:iiie'u Coip-tftanil nine hlindriit and lifiyM-vin.
                                                                                                                                                                   of the •aitl 1 uUiily of Nrw York           I'Hll.ll' A. nO.NAHl E, l ink ot the
                                                                                                                                                                   to be hereuiiKi alli.xed, Witni-ss,    Surrogate s Coiiit.
                                                                                                                                                                   Honorable S. Snmiul Di Faleo,
                                                                                                                                                      {L. S ] Surro|:;ite of our baul Counly of
      143 Greenwich Street                                                                            New York City                                                Ni w York, al kaid • ounty, the
                                                                                                                                                                   l l t h day of D<..nibir in the
                                                                                                                                                                   year of our I.ord one tlMutsand and
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Q U E S T I O N S on olvll servic®
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Soi'LiI Security    answered.
                                                  — w o              4-4923 —                                                                                      nine hundred hihI titty-M-ven.
                                                                                                                                                                          I ' l m . l P A NONAVIL'K        Address Editor, The l-eader, 87
                                                                                                                                                                      Clerk uf the buiroi'ulc « Court. Duitne Street. New York 7, N. Y.
Page             Twelve                                                                                                  C I V I L           m r v T C E           L R A D E II                                         TiicMlay, December 21,         1957

                                                                                                                                          Social Security
            Shoppers Service Guide
                                                                                                                                                                                income, is Imposed to finance the       curity and the State Wide I n -
                                                                                                                                                                                disability insurance program. T h i s   surance Plan, can I withdraw my
                                                                                                                                             (Continued from Paiite 11)         additional tax will be deposited        Retirement Fund and stop further
                                                                                                                                        vocational reiiabilitation plan will,   in the newly crcated Federal di.9-      contributions to same? W.F.O.
                                                                                                                                        up to a year after he engages in        ability insurance fund. Dis-       No.
       mm              wvAL                 imriwcTioN                  IIOUSEIIOLn                   NECESSITIES
                                                                                   H R M T C UK. m , « S                                such a ptogram, not be considered       ability benefits and t h » costs of
                                                                          AT I ' l t i d c s v o u c.\N A i r i m n
C I V I L S m t V I C K K X A M S — I I S . cillliTal                Purnitnro. api)lian(T8. K l f l s rlotlilnff. H e                  as able to engage in .substantial       administering tiie disability bene-         M Y B R O T H E R d i e d .several
enir     All I t s . and clonicntary BMbipim tiy                     si real «.iTliiita. Municipal Emplo.vcca Ser-
eorlinrd exncrleiiccil toachcr. O L 7-B85I                           vice. (loom 4':s, 15 Park R o w CO 7 5.1110
                                                                                                                                        gainful activity .solely by reason      fits progratti will be paid f r o m     weeks ago and left .surviving a
                                                                                                                                        of the set-vices rendered under this    this fund.                              son eight years old mother
                       llhU'               fTANTKI)                        PIA!SOS                —         ORGAISS                     rehabilitation program. A rehabili-                                             died when he was born. I would
WOMKN,        Knrn part-time m o i i c j a l home.                                                                                      tant will thus ha/e a year to test                                              liice to adopt him as I have no
                                                                                                                                                                                 Questions Answered
                                                                     Save at I I K O W N S   l>l.\N(» H A I t T ,   In
•(idi'CMiMii! cnvclDiic« l y t p i n i oi luiieliandi
fur ailvi-rtlsert   Mall $1 tor           Intlniclion
                                                                     City'i    largest  plano-orcnn   «tore        125                  his earning capacity without los-                                               children of my own. Would my
                                                                     lii.iiioa and orsann.    1047 Central        Ave..
Mandal IBllliij how ( M n e y b a c k        gliarao                 Alliany. N     7  I'hone 8 8852     "ItPniRter                     ing his disability benefits. On the       I W O R K for the State and my        adoption of this cliild a f f e c t any
tei > Slnrlin;; Valvp Co.. Corona N T                                e d " Ciano Si-rvi.e   Upper N     V. Statr'ci
                                                                     otdy discount piano Htore       SAV&         Open                  other hand, disability benefits will    job was recently covered under          Social Security he could get?
     T Y P K W K I T K R S l{^;^T^;D                                 It lo 0                                                            not be paid to anyone who, with-        Social Security. I also have an                                        P. E.
      F o r Civil Servicc Exams                                                                                                         out good cause, refuses rehabilita-     outside job, .so my total earnings          No. Adoption of a child termin-
    WK      DKI.IVICIt           TO T H E      EXAM     IIOOM
                                                                                                                                        tion services whicii have been          from both joiis are over $4,200.
      All Makes —                          Kasy    Terms                                                                                                                                                                ates benefits only If the child is
                                                                                                                                        made available to him under a           Must I pay the Social Security
    MIMl;nuUAI'HS.   ADnlNO     MACHINKS                                                                                                                                                                                adopted by .someone other than a
    INIiatNATIONAi.     TYI'KWIilTKK  CO                                                                                                State-approved vocational reha-         tax at both places? V.O.R,.
         f  0/-.I  t : . R E 4-71I00                                                                                                                                                                                    step-parent, grandparent, uncle or
Z4.U        Is.       OOlh         9 t . 0 p c n till 0:30 pm                                                                           bilitation plan. For the purpose of     Yes, deductions will be iriade          aunt.
'               IVVKT T I M K I N C O M K                                                                                               guarding against a pyramiding of     by both employees on your salary
SiMiploinent y o u r preaRut Income with c x l r a                                                                                      certain benefits that tuay be p a y -up to the $4,200 maximum for
» 5 ( l 00 PIT wit. or more. Pleanant w o r k .                                                                                                                                                                     I H A V E B E E N a stenographer              1
  our tinin y o u r o w n . w o r k I i o m hoinr                      Typswriteri                                                      able to an individual under var-     each. However, ai, the tim? you file
f •ei tcct     Tor   hiinsband-wife       ti-iini. Call
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  with New York City and just came                 '
                                                                       Addinq Machines                                                  ious public programs on account      your Federal income tax return
        :i 7 4ni) or w r i t e : Sales M s r . , 2 West                                                                                                                                                           into Social Security. I am 65
BBth, N . Y . , N . Y .                                                Addreising Macliines                                             of disability, the disability benefityou can apply for a refund of the
                                                                       Mimeoqraphs                                                                                                                                years old and will retire next year.

                                                                          Guarttnli'<.(l     Also f l e n l a l * .    l;i-|iain        under old-age and survivors in-      taxes paid on all wages over the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I have a sister who is 61 and neverer
  Q U E S T I O N S on civil service                                              ALL LANGUAGES                                         surance is reduced by the amount     first $4,200.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  worked, has no Social Security
and Social Security        answered.                                              TYPEWRITER CO.                                        of any other Federal benefit or
                                                                       119 W . 23rd .ST., N K W V O K K I , N .                    «.                                                                             and who is dependent on tne.
Address Editor, Tiie Leader. 97                                                    fllelBCn ;i-80SU                                     woricmen's compensation benefit
                                                                                                                                                                                I A M A FIREM.AN and on my have been told she could get a
Duane Street. New York 7. N. V.                                                                                                         that is based on the individual's
                                                                                                                                                                             days off I work for my son. Is he srnall benefit from Social Security.
                  t^OREIGN C A R S                                                                                                                                           •supposed to take the Social S e -                                J. B.
                                                                                                                                               T a x Goes Up t I^ittle       curity tax from what ii? pays me?       Your sister would not be able to
                                                                        ^ r e Y o i i Slill I -iviiig w i l a
                                                                                                                                          A distinctive feature of tiie dis- C.J.                                 draw benefits based on your So-
    T O  C I M P A Over 40 Miles                                                                                                        ability provision is the separate       No, employment by a .son or cial Security coverage. T h e only
     •  OOlmvHperAnier.Gal.
                                                                                                                                        financing system. Beginning with daughter or a .spouse is excluded ones who could draw on your ac-
                      T I I K I l t K N C I I FAIMII.V-Sr/.I':
                      ( Alt. TOI- II.I'. I N ITS t l . A S S                                                                            1957, an additional tax of la of from coverage under Social S e - count would be a dependent hus-

     ACE S I M C A $1595
                                                                                                                                        one percent on wages ( ' i each curity,                              band, children under 18, or de-
                                                                                                                                        from the employee i, and ^a of                                       pendent parents.
     llklyira]             Immed. nHlvery
     Oulv    I  Over«eaH llpliverlea Arranged                                                                                           one percent on self-employment     N O W T H A T I have Social Se- |      (Continued on Faffe 15)
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      AinriVITIKS          o r   E M P f ^ V K K S     IN    STATE
                                                                                          BINGHAMTON HOSPITAL HONORS STENO
       New York City                     ing the affair such a well attend-
                                         ed one. First prize was won by
   " M r . New York City Chapter"        Ben Monahan; second prize, L i l -
Is retiring. On Thursday, January        lian Hammond; and third prize,
23, 1958, the chapter's executive        Mary Bussing.
committee will meet jointly with            W e are very happy to know that
the Department of Public Works           Vincent Gebbia, a former psychi-
to honor Joseph J. Byrnes, treas-        atric aide award winner, has an
urer of the chapter, who is retli^       exhibition of his paintings at the
lug from .state service.                 Arts Gallery in New York City.
   Mr. Byrnes has been treasurer         Keep up the good work, Vincent.
for the past 16 years and has               We hope that all the employees
served the stale for 25 years. Prior     and their friends will contact their
to entering slate service, Joe           local representatives in the State
Byrnes was an elevator constructor       Legislature concerning a salary
for a number of years, helping to        Increase and a 40-hour work week
install elevators in many of the         for every employee.
tallest buildings in New York City.         It is with regret that we an-
    Although Mr. Byrnes Is retiring      nounct the recent demise of Fred
from state employment, he will           T . Ross, head engineer at the hos-
continue to sorve state employees        pital for many years. Mr. Ross will
lU the office of the N Y C Chapter,      be missed by his many friends and
l ^ o m 905, 80 Centre Street, New       co-workers as he was one of the
Vork. He has been offered a part-        most concientious and cooperative
time job in the chapter office and       employees in the institution. Our
I ^ s accepted. He will be " a t home"   deep sympathy to Mrs. Ross and after the first of the year.       family.
    In appreciation of the 22 years         Sincere sympathy to Matthew
that Mr. Byrnes has devoted to           Lo.scalzo on the death of his f a -
Die chapter his many friends wish         ther: to Mrs. Lillie Scalzo on the
him many more years of good              death of her father; to Mr. and
l\talth and prosperity and good          Mrs. Michael Gormley on the
li ck in his retirement.                  death of Mr. Gormley's mother in
                                          Ireland; Mrs. Marlon Antrum on
                                          the recent demise of her father;
         Pilgrim State                    John Stenerson and family on the
                                          death of his aunt.
                                                                                 Dr. Ulysses Schutzer, director, commended Camilla Fifzgerald, principal stenographer,
                                                                                 at a party held at Binghamton State Hospital, in honor of her completion of 50 years
  Pilgram State Hospital held its            The Brooklyn S t a t e Hospital     of continuous service. Among the guests w a s Dr. Kenneth Keill, director of Willard
annual employees' C h r i s t m a s
party in the hospital recreation
                                          Nurses' Alumni recently had their      State Hospital and former stafF member of Binghamton. The employees and stafF of
                                          annual Chri.stmas party for the
hall December 18 from 1 to 5 P.M.         student nurses. The affair was a       the hospital presented Miss Fitzgerald with a television set, money, and other gifts.
Kazmier K . Firth, chief supervis-        great success and everyone had a       From left, Dr. Schutzer, Miss Fitzgerald, Mary Murphy, Cathleen Rickerd, Florence
ing nurse of the Edgewood Divi-           good time.                                              Drew, and the Rev. Walter Read, hospital chaplain.
sion. headed the party committee,            Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
assisted by Mildred Currier, Mae         Pat Dwyer on their recent tax
E. Dearling, Argie Erdman, Helen          exemption—a baby boy. The f a -
Hedges,    Lawrence     McDonald,                                                    ACTIVITIES          <>F   KHIPLOYERK            T H R O U G H O U T      N E W   Y O R K    !!«TATE
                                          ther is doing well.
Mary Jane Preston, Otto Semon,              The next meeting of the Brook-      deserving      graduate   from   the    an attempt would be made to se-       law, Mrs. Raymond Eaton, and
and Marian Tribe.                        lyn S t a t e Hospital Psychiatric     school of Nursing so that he or         cure a speaker on classification of   children who had been spending
  Rev. Thomas S. Forker, Roman            Forum will be held at the hospital    she may continue their medical          jobs for the February meeting. I t    three months with them to their
Catholic chaplain of the hospital,        auditorium on January 9th at          studies.                                was also announced that at the        home.
opened the program with the Invo-         8:30 P.M. The speaker will be Dr.         Patricia    Lundberg.    Gunnard    January meeting a report of the          Ra.vmond Eaton who had spent
cation. The employees and their           Clara Thompson, President of the      Nelson, Veto Ferro, Harold Kumpf,       Nominating Committee would be         a fifteen-day furlough with his
families were welcomed to the             William Alanson While Institute,      and      Chairman     Victor   Cohen    made.                                 parents, wife, and children re-       J
party by Dr. Harry J, Worthing,           and her topic will be Mother-         served on the festival committee          Following the business meeting,     turned to his base In Iceland.        *
hospital director, who then pre-          Daughter Relationships.               and produced an almost magical          the annual Christmas Party was        While on furlough, Raymond par-
sented 25-year pins to 31 hospital          T h e following employees are       transformation. The Assembly Hall       held with the exchange of gifts.      ticipated In the National Rlfla
employees. They were Albert J.            making a good recovery in the         was a night club for the evening        Refreshments were served by Mrs.      Matches at Perry, Ohio.
Benedis. Roy Burns, Phillip Carrl-        sick bay: John Magurl, Glenna         with dancing silhouettes, musical       Gladys Hotaling and Mrs. Marion          Mrs. Helen Stamp, who accom-
gan, Mayme Crowe, Charles Dan-            Wells, Bernlce Jouan, Charles Gal-    notes, autumn leaves, and top           Blrdsall,                             panied her son and family to their
Isch, Joseph Dlehl, Argie Erdman,         lagher.                               hats decorating the walls. Crepe           The date of the next meeting Is    new home in Charlotte, West Vlr-
Peter Goldstein, Donald J, Hahn,                                                paper streamers interspersed with       pending on the dale that the          ginia, has returned to her duties
Edward Hahn, Frank Hahn, Hei--                                                  colored lights and balloons were
                                              Manliattan Slate
                                                                                                                        speaker can be present. It will be    In the Nursing Department,
bert Herbold, Gertrude      Inglis,                                             draped from the walls to a revolv-      held on January 15th or January
Thomas Kennedy, William Fuori,                                                  ing chandelier of cut glass mirrors     27th.
Sr. and Walter Nelson,
  Also receiving 25-year pins were
                                            The next chapter meeting will
                                         be held at the assembly hall. Wed-
                                                                                in the center of the room. T h e
                                                                                mirrors of the chandelier reflected
Dorothy Kuhlmann". John Kessler,
Douglas Lennon, Austin Locker-
                                         nesday, January 8, 1953, at 4:30
                                         P.M. Important matters are on
                                                                                and multiplied the glittering wall
                                                                                                                                 llAt. Morris                    On December 11th, 14 of our
                                                                                                                                                              members here at Creedmoor were
                                         the agenda and all employees are                                                                                     presented with 25-year service
man, Cletha Maxwell, Thomas                                                         Tables were arranged for 350           Judy Mann, daughter of Mr.
                                         urged to attend.                                                                                                     pins at a gala dinner In the staff
McAleavey,     Julia    O'Gorman,                                               people and every place was taken.       and Mrs. Lawrence Mann and a
                                            Although justly proud of the                                                                                      dining room. Dinner music was
Thomas Organ, John Quinn, Ed-                                                   Each table was covered with a           senior at Nunda Central School,
                                         CSEA achievement this year, pres-                                                                                    furnished by Irving Fiedler and
mund Schultz, Anna Sheridan,                                                    different colered cloth. Harmo-         was crowned Music Queen at the
                                         ident Jennie Allen Shields cau-                                                                                      the Creedmoor Hospital Band. The
R.N.:   Mae Uttal, Roland        G                                               nizing candles flickered from leaf-    annual Livingston County Inter
                                         tions against complacency at this                                                                                    Invocation was given by Father
Vaughan, M.D,; Carl Walty, and                                                  shaped candelabra.                      High Ball in Mt. Morris Central
                                         time. She further pledges an all-                                                                                    Arnold, chaplain of the hospital,
George T . Hoover.                                                                  Tubby Wallace's orchestra fui^      School. Mrs. Mann is on the nurs-
                                         out effort toward the realization                                                                                    followed by an address by Dr.
  Dr. Worthing also took the op-                                                nished music for dancing. Enter-        ing staff at Mt. Morris Hospital.
                                         of a 40-hour week with a sub-                                                                                        Buckman, director of Kings Park
portunity to introduce the eight                                                tainment was provided by pro-              Festive Christmas parlies have Stale Hospital. Dr.          Buckman,
hospital employees who retired           stantial increase in take home pay.    fessional entertainers Including a      been held by several departments formerly on the staff at Creed-
during 1957. They are John Ben-             A speedy recovery is wished for     comedian, a vocalist, a ventrilo-       in the last few weeks.                moor, spoke of the advancement
sen, Irene Carrigan, Mabel Carri-        the following: Agnes Cleary, Flora     quist, and a dancer-acrobat.
gan, Leo Liberty. Ethel Stowe,           Parker, Emma Peterson, Betty                                                       Saturday, December 14, the in the treatment of patients and
                                                                                    In keeping with the night club      Nursing Department travelled to recalled some of the happenings
Anna White, Earl V. Stowe, and           O'Dorothy, Mrs. Clarke, Daniel         atmosphere, there were hat check
Joseph DeCastro.                         Maher, Thomas Stiers and W i l -                                               the Sportsman Club at Lakeville, while he was here on the staff.
                                                                                 girls, waitresses, a cigarette girl,   New York, for dinner followed by         Dr. H. A. LaBurt, director, then
  A brief memorial service was           liam Wallace.                           and a photographer who took
                                            Your chapter officers wish all                                              round and square dancing.             presented pins to Ruth Blckel,
conducted by the Rev. Harold E.                                                  group pictures.                            On Saturday, December 21, the Mary Brlnkerhoff. Lois Chrlstof-
Anderson, Protestant chaplain of         a very Merry Christmas and a               The hospital, which was once
                                         bright and prosperous New Year.                                                members of CSEA held their party fer.son, Timothy Cregg, Theodore
the hospital, for the 23 hospital                                                noted for its many fine employee       and exchanged gifts at the N a - Ericson, Anthony Flaherty, Ed-
employees who died during the                                                    dances and parties, lost much of       tional Hotel in Cuylervllle,          ward Flemming, Lillian Green-
  After ceremonies the em-                 Graig Colony                   its social life with the coming of
                                                                                 the war and the rapid turnover in
                                                                                 employees that accompanied it.
                                                                                                                            T h e Housekeeping Department berg, Charles Hogel, James Lan-
                                                                                                                        celebrated with a dinner party a t ' gan, Haden McGraw, John Moore.
ployees    and   attendants    were                                                                                     the La Delfa Hotel In Mt. Morris. Violet Palmer, and Julia Steln-
                                           Marilyn Gonzales Is reported re-      These functions have been sadly
served refreshments prepared by                                                                                         Tuesday, December 17. Also at the baker. The Rev. Lars J. Silverness.
                                         covering nicely after major sur-        missed and wiien Dr. I. Murray
the food service personnel of the                                                                                       La Delfa was the Laundry Depart- Protestant chaplain, finished the
                                         gery at the Dansviile Memorial
hospital under the direction ot                                                  Rossman, hospital director, in-
                                                                                                                        ment dinner December 18.              ceremony with the Benediction.
                                         Hospital in Dansviile, New York.        stituted employee family picnics
Pood    Service    Manager     Otto
                                         Mrs. Gonzales is a psychiatric aide                                                Among the to catch the     The presentation was followed
Semon.                                                                           several summers ago they proved
                                         at the Schuyler Division of Craig                                              Holiday spirit was the Dietary De- by a dance held in the Amusement
  The employees' orchestra under                                                 very popular. So much .so in fact
                                         Colony Hospital at Sonyea and is                                               partment which held its Christ- Hall and sponsored by the 25 year
the direction of Marian Tribe pro-                                               that enthusiasm was born for a
                                         a prominent member of the Civil                                                mas dinner December 5 at the club. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent O'Con-
vided music for dancing and Mr.                                                  fall or winter event which would
                                         Service Employees Association and                                              Genesee River Hotel in Mt. Morris. nor and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Flynn
Benecase played Canta Claus, The                                                 recreate the old atmosphere of
                                         the New York State Mental H y -         merriment and at the same time             Among the members in the news who recently appeared on the Ed
recreation hall was filled to ca-        giene Association.                                                             this month is Leona Knapp, who Sullivan show entertained with
pacity and observers reported an                                                 benefit the fund established in
                                            She is the wife of Rafael E.         honor of the hospital's beloved        is resigning her position at the songs and dance. Pat Mulcahy
abundance of holiday spirit among                                                                                       Laundry to live near her daughter sang a few songs and It was a
                                         Gonzales, well-known Latin Amer-        "Mac."
the employees of the "world's                                                                                            in Florida.                           wonderful time for all.
                                         ican entertainer and also a mem-
largest hospital."                                                                  The festival was highly success-
                                         ber of both associations. He is a                                                  While on vacation Anna Farrel        On December 13th a dinner was
  Ben Sherman, regional repre-                                                   ful in both of Its objectives and,
                                         male nurse at tiie Loomis Division                                             witnessed the ordination of her given to Jerry Campion, president
sentative of the Civil Service Em-                                               to quote one hospital employee,                                               of the Creedmoor chapter. Mr.
                                         of Craig Colony Hospital.                                                      nephew.
ployees Association, was a guest                                                 "was one of the nicest affairs the
                                            Mrs. Gonzales' many friends                                                     Mary Hanby, Jean Weldon, Jolin Campion Is leaving Creedmoor for
at the party.                                                                    hospital has ever had."
                                her renewed good health.                                                  Forbes, Emily Wilcox,        Shirley another job and Ray Sansone will
  On Thursday evening, December                                                                                         Montemarano, William         Barrett, lake his place as .iresldent of the
19, Dr. and Mrs. Worthing played                                                                                         Gus Gill, and Harry Smith were chapter. Dr. LaBurt spoke at the
host to the staff of the hospital
and their families at a party also              Gowanda State                               Oneonta                      recent vacationers, and DeWayne dinner. He expressed his regret at
                                                                                                                         Wicks and family leave December losing Jerry and praised the work
held In tiie recreation hall.               Probably the most exciting event       The December monthly meeting          20 for a two-week vacation in he had accomplished for the asso-
                                         in recent history for Gowanda          of the Oneonta Chapter of the            Birmingham, Iowa, with relatives. ciation. Also at the dinner were
                                         Hospital employees was the highly                                                  Mildred Groves is driving a new Mr. Joseph Anderson, business o f -
       Brooldyn State
                                                                                Civil Service Employees Associa-
                                         successful Full Festival given in      tion was held on December I I , at       Plymouth these days and Louis ficer; Ray Sansone; Joseph Bu-
                                         the Assembly Hail of the hospital      the New York State Health De-            Contlnena a new De Soto.              caria; Helen Foran; Helen Peter-

   The Brooklyn State Hospital           November 30.                           partment Office, 250 Main Street,           Welcome back to Florence Hal- son; John MacKenie; John Mur-
Chapter of the CSEA w i s h e s             The festival was not only an        Oneonta. New York. Marlon W a -          laver who has returned to her phy; Julia Steinbaker; Margaret
everyone a very Merry Christmas          enjoyable occasion for the employ-     kin, president, presided.                duties after being absent several Hansen; Arthur Heindrlch; and
and a Happy New Year,                    ees, but one at which revelry was         During the business meeting, in-      weeks with a broken wrist. Anna Ed. Sottong.
   The full dance of the Employ-         virtuous; ^11 funds raised went to     stitutional problems were dis-           Morris has also been on the sick        Correction: We wish to correct
ee's Association was a great suo-        the Dr, William       J. McCanty       cussed and plans made in order           list.                                 a mistake that appeared in last
cess. Tiie co-chairmen, Barbara          Memorial Fund. The interest from       that an attempt might be made               Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eaton drove week's column. It stated that Mr.
Sweet and Henry Girouard, thank          this fund Is used each year to         to have them solved In the near          to Fayettevllle, North Carolina, Anderson's mother died. It should
all those who contributed to mak-        award a schuluriilup to the most       future. I t was also decided tiiat       recently, taking their daughter-in- have read Mrs, Anderson's mother.
         Social Securify Questions                                                                 Answered                                          EligiMes                                  City Exam Coming May 10 for

                                                                                                                                            SI PKK\ISOK (IF KKIMIII K.SINO
         (Continued from Page 12)               for the last several years. Check                                                                    ACCOr.NTS. (rroni),
                                                                                              Yes. A change In the law makes             CENTRAL OKKK K, DEI'AHTMENT OF
       1 D O SOME outside work be-              it with your own record. I f It Is         it possible f o r you to get wi4ow's                      MKNTAI. HYlilENE                                    INTENSIVE COURSE
     •Ides my Job with New Y o r k City.        not correct contact your local             benefits If your husband worked at          1. Ralt'riy, PiMil. Alliany             10035                 COMPLETE PREPARATION
                                                                                                                                           Pcvlin, niiymoml. Ciplonie           l)!l"0               Oivcn by LINCOLN OKENS
     1 don't think my employer reports          o f f i c e and an Investigation will      least a year and one-half un-               a. Elsni r. Kniil. Alli.iny ..           U110                Class meets Sat. 9:15-12:15
     m y earnings. How can I find out?          be made to see why your wages              der Social Security. Contact your                     SKMIIK TYPIST (rniMi.)                                   beffinninff Jan. 11
                                                                                                                                       Division of the Buclfi I. E.vecullve Depart                   Write or rlione for Inrormation
                                 J. C. V .      were not reported.                         local Social Security O f f i c e for                  IlivlNliMt »r the Itniliiet,
                                                                                           further information Immediately.                         Kxeciillve Di'piirtment
                                                                                                                                                                                               Eaitern School          AL 4-5029
           Ask your local Social Security                                                                                              J. Patricia, I. E . Allinny              nilB           133 2nd Ave., N. Y. 3 lot 8(h St.)
                                                     I A M A W I D O W Just turned 62                                                  'J. Ilulson, Lucille. Alli.iny           mi:t()
      O f f i c e f o r a post card Form O A R -                                                                                                                                                 Pica?e write ine free at>oMt the
                                                  and I never worked under Social                                                                                                              Accountant coursB.
      7004, complete It and mail It to
                                                  Security. M y husband died In                  Do You Need A                                                                                 Nanio . , .,
      Baltimore, M d . Y o u will get a                                                                                                  EVENING &
      record of your earnings by years
                                                  1949. A t that time the Social Secu-        High School Diploma?                       SATURDAY
                                                                                                                                                                            >                  AddrcM . ,
                                                  rity people told me he hadn't                            < l^qtiivnlcncy)
                                                  worked long enough to be insured                                                        COURSES                 CERTIFICATE                  Boro .. . .                   . r z . . LI
                                                                                               • FOR PERSONAL SATISFACTION                                        PROGRAMS
      I . R. S. E M P L O Y E E S                 and so I wouldn't be entitled to
                                                                                              • FOR JOB PROMOTION                             Chemical • Commercial Art
      R E W A R D E D FOR IDEAS                   any benefits. Would It pay f o r me                                                      Construction • Advertising Production                         INCREASE YOUR
                                                                                              • FOR ADDITIONAL EDUCATION
                                                  to apply again?                  C. C. F .                                                  Electrical •Accountint • Hotel                             EARNING POWER
           A l f r e d W . Fleming, N e w Y o r k
    ' Regional Commissioner of the I n -                                                    $40—Total Cost—$40                              Mechanical'Petroleum • Retail
                                                                                                                                            Medical lab • Industrial Distribution
      ternal           Revenue    Service,  an-     School & SHb Clerk Exams                            START ANYTIME
                                                                                                                                               English • Social Science • Math
                                                                                                                                                                                                     WITHIN 3 WEEKS*
      nounced that incentive awards
                                                       1958, Men and Women
                                                                                               TRY THE " Y " PLAN
                                                                                                                                                                                                       LEARN     TO   OPERATE
      totaling $630 were made to nine                                                                                                         SPRING TERM: B«glnt Feb. 3
      employees of the Service. T h e re-
                                                    Rcir. 18-46: S>lb. lO-fiO, Social 8no.
                                                    $;)fl50-$4850; $17.50 day, SS7.50 WPPU                                                 REGISTER: Jan. 27.7$-29, 6-« P.M.                        PRINTING PRESSES
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           $150—Philomena R . Tuccl and             68 W.       St. N. Y. C. Rni 2, Slid Fl.    YMCA EVENING S C H O O L
      L y l e Marshall                              Brooklyn itroiip will bo organized
                                                    shortly, 7 Lafayette Ave., 2nd Floor       IS West R»rd St., New York 23, N. I .                 New York City                                     and OFFSET
                                                                                                                                          ~         COMMUNITY
           $100—Sadie Appeldorf and W i n -         Preparation for written. No. Ol DIek                                                                                                         MANY JOBS WITH HIGH
                                                          Mimeo. Steno. 4 Type. Oral.                  Tel! RNdlratt 2-81II
      i f r e d A. R y a n                                                                                                                                                                          SALARIES AVAILABLE
           $75—Nathaniel Boyle
           $25—Mary Lochard
                                                    DAVID J . KAPPELL, M.A.
                                                               OKKC.O & rlT.M.\N
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                                                                                                                                                                                                     We Can Teacii You.
                                                    82-IH Mott Ave.. Far Uookawaj-, X. I .                                                         OF APPLIED ARTS
           $10—Anne Glasser, Paul G o l d -                                                                                                                                                         PAY AS VOli l.lvVUN
                                                                   FA 7-14H!>                   FREE B O O K L E T by U. S. Gov-                   & SCIENCES                                       AT NO ICXTliA ( «!ST
      man, and Herbert C. Revett.                        Instrnotor School Recoriln and
                                                                                             ernment on Social Secnrlty. Mail               .300 PEARL ST., B'KITN 1 • TR S-4634                 For FKEE Booiilet write to
           George Antonino and A l f r e d E.             Accounts at Broolilj^n Col'lepe
                                                       Excellent results lfl45-10r)4 Exam»   only. Leader, 97 Duane Street,
      Walters, Jr. received letters of                     (13lh SUCCESSFUL YEAR)                                                                                                                                           Drill. H
      commendation.                                                                          New York 7. N. Y.                                                                                                            Vi M iirrcn SI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          eor ( hainber*
                                                                                                                                         N. Y. C. A C C T EXAM                                                                V. V.

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                                                                                                                                                                                               Sadim     Brown    Says:

                                                                                                                                         Win conduct a review course
                                                                                                                                         for the above exam beginning
                                                                                                                                         Wednesday, January 8, 1958 at
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Ideas From All Over W/n                                                            Nassau Chapter Has

Money and Re€ognition
                                                                                   Another  'Offspring'
                                                                                      Nassau chapter, Civil Service
                                                                                   Employees Association, is happy
                                                                                   to report a new offspring. A unit
                                                                                                                                    MENTAL HYGIENE MEMO
    Time-   and money-saving   Ideas Klnderhook, a Clerk In the E x a m -          was founded at the Nassau County                                    By A. J. C O C C A R O
f r o m State employees continue to inations Division of the Civil S e r v -
                                     ice Department. Mr. Van Buren's
                                                                                   Department of Health recently
                                                                                   and the Infant chapter's first act
                                                                                                                                                    A Christmas Story
receive approval f o r suggestion
                                     suggestion concerned a revision of            was to thank Dr. Robert P. Korns,              Christmas is the time of the year when wishes are many and
iiwards, Edward D. Igoe, Chairman
                                     a Civil Service f o r m which will            assistant commissioner. New Y o r k       dreams do come true.
or the New Y o r k State Employees' accomplish ea.sler matching of a               State Department of Health, f o r              Our employees have many dreams on this day. Standing silently
Merit Award Board, announced. candidate's forms.                                   his able discussion of " T h e Human      by I heard one worker wish that his employer would Improve h l «
    Awards have b e e n    recently                                                Factors in M o t o r Vehicle Acci-        benefits somewhat. W e should have free life Insurance, f r e e hospi-
                                              Certificates Given                   dents," highlight of the chapter's        talization Insurance, free pension plan and a bonus at Christmas
granted to the following employees
f o r their initiative and Interest    Certificates of     Merit were              first meeting.                            equivalent to 10% of our annual salary. T w o f i f t e e n minute breaks a
in the operations of their various awarded to:                                         Chapter members appreciated day with free coffee, tea or milk. A part of the dream included a
agencies.                              Mrs. Ruth A. Beals, a Senior                both Dr. Korn's "assistance at the summer camp at one of N . Y . State's finest lakes where employees
    $25 was awarded to Aline V. Stenographer in the Education                      b i r t h " and the keen awareness of and their families could attend for $10 a week.
                                                                                   professional and social responsi-              A t 25 years of service a large bouquet of roses Is placed on his
Aldrich, 130 Mariner Street, B u f - Department's Board of Examiners
falo. an Unemployment Insurance of       Professional Engineers   and              bilities which he showed In helping desk and he is presented with one of the finest gold wrist watches
Claims Clerk in the Labor Depart- Land Surveyors, Albany.                          to make the first meeting a suc- made In this world of ours.
                                                                                   cess.                                          T o go with this dream, the employee is given an additional $500
ment's Division of Employment.                Donald V. Bowen, 417 Bement
                                                                                                                             bonus check and he is given a five-week vacation with pay. A n aus-
Miss Aldrich proposed a revision           Avenue, Staten Island, an U n e m -         Irving     Piaumenbaum,   Nassau
                                                                                                                             picious occasion promotes consldreable department gifts as well. A f t e r
of a Division of Employment f o r m        ployment Insurance Claims E x -         Chapter president, installed the
                                                                                                                             25 years' service, there is no docking of pay. I f you are lata or get
which will result In a load level-         aminer in the Employment D i v i -      officers and welcomed the 110
                                                                                                                             sick, you continue to draw your full pay.
ing at local employment offices.           sion of the Labor Department.           members of the new unit. Installed
                                                                                                                                  An established 25-year club provides you with additional benefit*
    $25 was presented to W a l t e r G .                                           were Grace McCullough, Nursing
                                             Mrs. Florence C. Winter, 1573                                                   highlighted by an annual expense-free dinner and dance and enter-
                                                                                   Division, president; Charles A n -
Oreone, R. D. No. 2, Vorheesville,         Central Avenue, Albany, a Senior                                                  tainment at a leading N . Y . hotel.
                                                                                   derson, Sanitation Division, vice
• Senior Account Clerk in the E m -        Stenographer In the Department                                                         Y o u say our State employee has a fine Imagination this day. But
                                                                                   president: Ethel Heney, O f f i c e D i -
p l o m e n t Division of the Labor        of Taxation and Finance's A d m i n -
                                                                                   vision, secretary; and Genevieve this Christmas story has come true, not for me nor for you.
Department. Mr. Greene's pro-              istrative Division.                                                                    I t is a true story of the benefits received by all employees f r o m
                                                                                   Washburn, Laboratory Division,
posal concerning       'nactive     flag
                                              T h e savings gained f r o m these   financial secretary. T h e Board of the lowest to the highest In one of our leading N . Y . banking firms.
Curds Involved in Petitions In                                                                                                    T h e State might look at this employer today and prepare to make
                                           and other adopted suggestions are       Directors Is made up of Hester
Bankruptcy has, according to re-
                                           in excess of one and one-half m i l -   Hatch and Lillian Hornbostel, L a - similar benefits come our way. Merry Christmas to all.
ports: "Saved considerable time in
                                           lion dollars, resulting In benefits boratory Division; Murlef W l l -
oomputations, filing and posting
                                           to both the taxpayers and the sug- loughby and June Geissler, Nurs-                   Note: T h e above benefits are provided for all employees of the
Operations, In addition to the elim-
                                           gesters.                              ing Division; Anne Proebster and             Bankers Trust Company, 16 W a l l Street, New York, N. Y .
ination of many erroneous Interest
                                              Increased participation in the Helen Baukney, O f f i c e Division;
                                           Suggestion Program Is urged by and Frank Robblns and Lawrence
!      Ehminatcs Many Errors

   $25 went to Mrs. Sarah Pierre,
                                           Chairman Igoe who points out Zalno, Sanitation Division.
                                           that all State employees are eligi-
                                                                                   During a short business meet-              Visitors From Seren Lands
                                                                                                                              Study In State Agencies
                                           ble to submit their Ideas for i m - ing presided over by President
31 North Emerald Lane, Amlty^
                                           provements In the various f u n c - McCullough, It was decided that
vllte, a Clerk In the Division of
                                           tions of any of the State's opera- regular meetings would be held
Employment of the Department of
                                           tions.                              five times a year on the second                  A L B A N Y , Dec. 23 — Nine ad-         teen agencies.
Labor. Mrs. Pierre suggested a re-
                                                                               Wednesday of alternate months                  ministrators f r o m seven different          T h e visiting trainees are spe-
vision of a Division of Employ-
                                                                               f r o m September through M a y . T h e        countries will spend five weeks as         cializing In management analysis
ment form concerning Employer's
Report of Contributions. This sug-         Wossaic State                       president emphasized that          the         "trainees" in State agencies be-           and will be assigned to adminis-
                                                                                                                              ginning Jan. 6, Governor H a r r i -
                                           Plans Holiday Dance
gestion has eliminated many er-                                                membership was representative of                                                          trative planning offices in nine
                                                                               the entire department and that It              man has announced.                         different agencies. T h e y will p a r -
rors and has resulted in a saving
                                                                                                                                T h e special program Is being           ticipate as staff members In the
of a considerable number of m a n -           T h e second a n n u a l holiday was her objective as well as that
                                                                                                                              sponsored by the International Co-         day-to-day work of these agencies.
hours each year.                           danca for the officers and em- of the Board of Directors that
                                           ployees of the Wassalc        State each member, regardless of title,              operation Administration and will          Prior to arrival in Albany, they
   $25 was received by Robert W .
                                                                                                                              be coordinated by tiie State D i v i -     will have completed I.C.A. courses
W a r d . 311 West Main Street, El-        School and their families is being should have an equal voice In de-
                                                                                                                              sion of the Budget.                        in public administration in W a s h -
bridge, a Trooper in the Executive         planned for Friday evening, D e - termining the policies and pro-
                                           cember 27 f r o m 9 P.M. to 2 A.M. gram of the unit.                                  Governor Harriman said the              ington, D. C.
Department's Division of State
                                                                                                                              I.C.A. had requested that New
Police. Mr. W a r d proposed the use    This social event Is sponsored                Refreshments were served to                                                         From Iraq to Thailand
                                                                                                                              Y o r k participate in the program
of i new f o r m concerning Inspeo-   by the administration of the W a s -         the seventy members during a so-                                                    Following is a list of the train-
                                                                                                                              "because of the emphasis on m a n -
tions of Farm Labor Camps. His        salc State School and the local              cial hour following the program.                                                 ees, their positions in their native
                                                                                                                              agement Improvement in this state
duggestlon has resulted In a sav-     Chapter of the Civil Service E m -           T h e refreshment committee was                                                  countries and their assignments in
                                                                                                                              and the development of adminis-
ings In. the amount of forms need-    ployees Association. T h e Commu-            composed of Mrs. Miner, chali^                                                   State government:
                                                                                                                              trative planning offices in f o u r -
ed and In addition a saving in the    nity League for Retarded Children,           m a n ; Mrs. Freeth, Mrs. Heney,                                                    Omar Al-Aidrossi, head super-
> mount of time prevlou.sly used      the organization of parents of the           and Miss Willoughby. Fourteen                                                    intendent of personnel and admin-
                                      patients of the Wassalc State
                                                                                                                              Nurse To Begin
In completing the old forms.                                                       members d o n a t e d cakes. Miss                                                istration ministry of development
                                      School, Is providing the funds f o r         Elaine M o t t baked a " B i r t h D a y "                                       of Iraq, who will work In the State
           Others Win. Too
                                                                                                                              25th Year
1                                     the music. Dancing to the tunes              cake for the brand new unit and                                                  Civil Service Department.
    $10 was gi anted to Allan A . of the LaPaice Brothers eight-                   the cake cutting was accompanied                                                    Severo P. Asuncion, a senior
Boudreau. 3 Hutton Street, M e n - piece orchestra of Poughkeepsle                 by a chorus of " H a p n y Birthday."         Aline M. Needle, Ogdenburg's management analyst f o r the bud-

»uds, a Senior Account Clerk In will be tha feature of the party.                                                             only public health nurse, Is start-        get commission, o f f i c e of the Pres-

                                                                                   Supervisory Stores
the Labor Department's Division          A buffet lunch will be served                                                        ing her 25th year of municipal             ident In the Philippines, who has
of     Employment. M r . Boudreau by tha refreshment            committee                                                     service this month.                        been assigned to the New Y o r k
fuggested the furnishing of loose during the Intermlsion. Entertain-               Clerks Hold Meeting                      Miss Needle, who     graduated               Budget Division.
sheets of a Division of Employ- ment during this Interval will be                     A meeting was held In Albany f r o m A. Barton Hepburn Hospital                      Miss Maria E. P. Baptlsta, ad-
ment form to replace the pad provided by a group of Hungarian-                     Dec. 7th by the supervisory stores School of Nursing In 1926, was                     ministrative librarian in depart-
f o r m style that was previously speaking employees and a group                   clerks f r o m tha Department of appointed one of four nurses un-                     ment of public service, Brazil, who
u « d . Thl.i suggestion has resulted of Latvian - speaking     employees          Mental Hygiene.                        der the W.P.A. program for bed-                will work In Education Depart-
In a simpler and less tlme-con- who will sing Christmas music in                                                                                                         ment.
                                                                                      T h e chaii-man of the meeting side nursing in Ogdensburg on D e -
»uming process In the use of this their native tongues. A community
                                                                                   was John O'Brien, and there were cember 9, 1933.                                         Fernando Lazarus Cerrato, ac-
form.                                 carol sing by all who attend will
                                                                                   representatives f r o m several men^     I n 1939 she completed studies               countant with the health coopera-
    $10 was awarded to Miss Eliza- conclude the program f r o m 11:00              tal hospitals throughout the state at Syracuse University to qualify                  tive service, Honduras, who will be
beth Longleway, 197 South M a i n P.M. to midnight.                                In attendance.                         as a public health nurse. Since                assigned to the State Health De-
Avenue, Albany, a Personnel T e c h -  Tha following employees are                    T h e status of an appeal f o r re- January 1, 1954, when Margaret                 partment.
nician in the Classification and    members of the decorating, light-              allocation of the position of prin- D. Westbrook, former Ogdensburg                     Miss Carmen Mas W h i t e , assist-
Compensation Division of the Civil  ing, food and general committees:              cipal stores clerk was discussed in city public health nurse, retired,                ant chief of department of Imports
Service Department. Miss Longle-    Mrs. Margaret Cook, Mrs. Laura                 detail, and the principal stores she has been the only public                         and commercial treaties, Peru, who
way propo.sed a new f o r m to be   Renisburger, Mrs. Elsa Schwank,                clerks who attended the meeting health nurse In Ogdensburg.                           will work In the State University.
tent conccrning notification to     Mrs. Doris Roberts, Mrs. K a t h e r -         indicated that they had enlisted        Miss Needle has a varied, busy                  Severino M . Plamenco, assistant
local Civil Service Commissions to  ine Cooper, Mrs. Helen Beck, M r .             the interests of several institution  schedule Mondays through F r i -                to chief of programming and bud-
usa a copy of the last examination  Donald Beliefeuille, M r . Carl Sabo,          directors who had submitted let-      days, when she Is at the city                   get office, Philippines, who will b »
announcement. This       suggestion Mr. William Shaffer, Mr. R a y -               ters in support of higher allocation  health o f f i c e f r o m 8:30 a.m.. P r o m   connected with tha Stata Publia
has eliminated the time previously  mond S u111 v a n , Mr, T h o m a s            of this position.                     1 to 2 p.m. she makes an average                Works Department.
apent In drafting and typing a      Ahern, M r . William Peters and the
                                                                                      Henry Galpin, the research an- of three house calls a day. Most                Paterno C. Torresyap, manage-
new tentative announcement.         members of the Recreation D e -
                                                                                   alyst f r o m the Civil Service E m - of her rounds are made on foot,           ment analyst In o f f i c e of the Pres-
     $10 went to Mrs. Beatrice L . partment.                                       ployees Association, acted in an although she occasionally takes a              ident, Philippines, w h o will work
Sirkorsky, 65 Amsterdam Avenue,        All officers and employees and              vlsory capacity.                      taxi In bad weather.                      in the State T a x Department.
Menands, a Senior Stenographer the members of their families are                                                                Among her many duties are            Jose Vasquez Camacho, manage-
lu the Labor Department's Dlvi- cordially Invited to attend this                    DR. N E U M A N N A P P O I N T E D T O   monthly Immunization clinics for ment analyst in organization and
f i o n of Employment. Mrs. Sikor- party. No a d m i s s i o n will be              M A N H A T T A N STATE B O A R D         protection against diptheria, te- methods, Costa Rica, who has been
sky's proposed revision of a Dlvl- ciiarged.                                          A L B A N Y , Dec. 16 — Governor        tanus, whooping cough, and small- assigned to the State Workmen's
                                                                                    Harriman has announced the re-
jloii of Employment form will                                                                                                 pox; chest and orthopedic clinics Compensation Board,
                                                                                    cess appointment of Dr. Julius O .
aava clerical time In tiie handling                                                 Neumann of New Y o r k City as a          and Salk vaccine clinics f o r polio   Prabhand Virodhal, Job analyst
Of draft clearances.                 "Looklnf Inside," L|E A D E|K|'8               member of the Board of Visitors           prevention. She is also responsible In personnel, Thailand, who will
                                     we«kl)r foluina ot analysis and                of Manhattan State Hospital to
     #10 was presented to George R.                                                                                           for keeping records of Ogdensburg work in the State Employment
                                     forei-ast, by H. J. Bernard. Head              succeed     William    McK.       Bray-
Yau Buren, Jr., Chatham Street, it recularly.                                       brooks, who has resigned.                 vital statistics.                    Divl3ion,

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