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America98 Largest Weekly for Public
Vol. 6—No. 52
Tuesday, September 4, 1945
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Employees
4 Entrance Tests Opened;
Filing for Clerk Grade 2
Extended by NYC Board
See Page 3
Price Five Cents
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20,000 PERMANENT Men on
I JOBS SOON IN NYC;
400 TITLES LISTED To Heap
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Furlough
Benefit
By H. J. BERNARD
More than 20,000 permanent NYC jobs, in more than
400 titles, will be filled by examinations to be held in the
near future. The LEADER learned today that the Municipal Civil Service Commission is working on a revision
of Rule V-9-2c permitting temporary emergency appointments "to conform with present and future conditions."
P
During the l a b o r
shortage
brought on by the war, the commission h a s steadily increased the
number of posts in the city gov1
ernment which could be filled by
temporary appointment because
Of the impracticability of holding
open-competitive examination to
fill jobs while a large portion of
t h e City's population was in military service or engaged in highpaid war production work.
However, these temporary positions must end not later than six
m o n t h s after the cessation of hostilities. The rule reads:
"Whenever, due to war conditions and during the present
emergency, a vacancy occurs in
t h e Competitive Class for which
T n o eligible list exists and for
^
which competition is impracticable because of these conditions,
t h e commission (civil service)
m a y authorize the filling of such
vacancy by a temporary appointment which shall terminate not
later than six months after the
k
cessation of hostilities of the
T * war."
The Payroll Bureau of the Civil
Service Commission estimates that
by the end of last month more
t h a n 20,000 such appointments
h a d been made. Records show
t h a t 16,494 persons had received
V-9-2c appointments; the others
h a d been changed from a provif
sional status.
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At a Commission meeting last
L Tuesday, the matter was put over
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until the first October meeting,
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scheduled for October 2.
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It was considered significant
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t h a t of the large examinations,
Sanitation Man, Class B, was in•
eluded in the list.
PkAs the different examinations
kp. Are announced, The LEADER will
carry full details. Study material
will also be carried for the larger
tests.
Following is the list of titles in
which the emergency appointments have been made, and for
I
which examinations will be held:
(Continued, on Page 4)
President Harry W. Marsh and the two other members of the NYC Civil Service Commission conferred today on the hoi ding of the next open-competitive examination for Fireman (F.D.) around Christmas time, made urgent because the present
Fireman eligible list will expire on Decern ber 16 next, the special military list will not
afford full safeguard of recruitment, and the test is deemed necessary as a matter of
I policy, in case of emergency.
The commission has decided that the Fireman examination will be the first of the large ones to be held. The
Patrolman examination would be next, in natural sequence, since the present Patrolman eligible list expires in September of next year.
The idea of holding a Correction Officer examination
is in abeyance as the number of names on the list is considered adequate.
Vets Given Break
In U.S. Exams
For 500,000 Jobs
By HAL J. MILLER
Special to The LEADER
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.—U. S. Civil Service Commissioner
Arthur S. Plemming said today that in the next two years at least
500,000 jobs held by war-service appointees will be opened to competition. Veterans, he said, will be given preference.
The veteran preference rules
are, in effect, as follow:
1. In the open competition the
disabled veteran gets a 10-point
added credit in the rating and
goes to the top of the list, or if
there are more than one disabled
veteran, they constitute the top
group in their relative order o*
standing.
2. Non-disabled veterans get a
5-point preference. If the nondisabled veteran's percentage total
thus attained equals the percentage attained by a non-veteran,
the veteran's name goes ahead of
the non-veteran's.
3. Exception. Where the job requires special professional skill,
and pays more than $3,000, the
disabled veterans do not go to the
ARTHUR S .
FLEMMING
top of the list, nor do non-disabled veterans precede non-veterans of equal total, but all veterans
take this relative standing to Four Exams Ordered;
which their percentage, including
the premium points, entitles them. Up to Budget Chief
21,000 More Buck at Work
The holding of four civil service
He mentioned that 650,000 Federal employees left other temporary examinations, one open-competijobs to serve in the armed forces, tive and three promotion, was
and that during the past year ordered by the N. Y. City Civil
21,000 have been taken back. He Service Commission. The examinations :
added:
Dental Hygienist, open-competi"The veterans who were Federal
tive; promotion to Assistant Court
(Continued on Page 2)
Clerk. Municipal Court; Clerk of
District, Municipal Court; and
Deputy Clerk of District, Municipal Court.
The tests are still subject to
approval by the Budget Bureau.
Filing periods and examination
dates, when set, will appear in
The LEADER.
ALBANY, Sept. 4.—Compensatory time off for State employees
who had to work on the two days that the surrender of Japan was
NEW OFFICES TO OPEN
celebrated was authorized by President J. Edward Conway of the
ALBANY, Sept. 4. — O f f i c e s of
State Civil Service Commission.
the Salary Standardization Board
His memorandum to all State D e w e y . s proclamation, are entitled and the Personnel Council will
appointing officers follows:
t o compensatory time off.
soon be opened on the 24th Floor
"State employees who were re"Furthermore, these two days of State Office Building, where
quired by the demands of the are not to be included as part of the Civil Service Commission of
service to work on August 15 and the annual vacation earned by fices are now located. Alteration
16, when the State offices, gener- s t a t e employees, but are in addl- work on the offices is now in
•lly, were closed by Governor tion thereto."
progress.
State Gives Time Off
For V-J Holiday
Work
The Main Arguments
Commission President Marsh and Commissioners Ferdinand Q. Morton and Esther Bromley conferred with Samuel H. Galston, Executive Director of the commission, on
the question of when to hold the Firemen examination.
No final decision has been reached as to the exact date.
The argument that some time around Christmas,
when many men in the armed forces would be home on
furlough, would be a very appropriate time, received support. Mr. Galston is said to have sided with this viewpoint.
The main argument against holding the examination
so soon is that it might not provide as much opportunity
as desired by men to be discharged from the armed forces
later. Against this is the argument that no matter when
the test is held, that situation would be the same in funcion, if not quite in degree, and that the recruitment needs
of the department must be given due consideration.
December Exam Likely
As the situation stands now, the strongest likelihood
is that the examination will be held around the end of
December, and that efforts will be made to circulate
notices widely among members of the armed forces.
(Continued
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on Page 3)
DON'T REPEAT THIS
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Med a lie Tops
Dewey's
Closest Adviser
List
George Medalie is still top m a n in the group of Governor
Dewey's closest advisers on the conduct of his administration as
Governor and in his plans and ambitions for the future. This fact
was revealed in a survey made today among confidants of the Governor who know their subject. It will surprise those who thought
that Mr. Medalie had slid from the pinnacle he had occupied early
in 1940.
Mr. Medalie, leading lawyer
with a lucrative practice, is a n he contrasts with Mr. Medalie,
old-time influential member of who has been wielding a baton
these many years that his fingers
the Republican Party.
must be calloused from it.
Breitel Came Up Fast
In third place is Herbert BrowSecond on the list is Charles
Breitel, youthful counsel to the nell, Jr., chairman of the RepubHe
Governor, whose rise in the last lican National Committee.
four years has been meteoric. As managed Governor Dewey's 1944
a newcomer to power and fame campaign for President.
Fourth position is accorded to
John Foster Dulles, who advised
Presidential Candidate Dewey on
More State News international affairs and helped
(Continued in "Don't Repeat
ThW
Pages 6, 7, 8, 15
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Column on Page 6)
Jfage Iwo'
S. NEWS
CIVIL SERVW
40-Hr. Week
Gets Off t o
Fast Start
With only a few more days left
for compliance with President
Truman's order for the resumption of the 40-hour week, numerous Federal departments and
agencies in the New York metropolitan area started last Saturday to have t h e office closed on
Saturdays. That does away with
overtime, which saves the Government about $50,000,000 in NYC,
according to James E. Rossell,
Regional Director, U. S. Civil
Service Commission.
Saturday closing got off to an
early start at OPA, "WPB, SS,
WLB and IRC. T h e result is an
8-hour-day, Monday through Friday. However, SS headquarters
will have a skeleton staff on S a t urdays, giving 140 the day off,
while S S Local Boards will be
closed on Saturdays, affecting 900.
Next Saturday is the first compulsory one under t h e President's
order.
Exceptions include VA,
War Finance Division of I R B
and Army and Navy hospitals.
Veterans Get a Break
On 500,000
U. S. Jobs
No
•lamination
It contemplated
post office jobs, according
he said
that
In the near
future
to NYC Postmaster
the P.O. will soon begin
the Christmas
hiring
rash.
for
Albert
temporary
permanent
Goldman, bat
workers
for
Special Clerk P a y
In P.O. Held Unjust
(Continued, from Page 1)
employees are going t o receive
either their old jobs or jobs of
like seniority, status and pay, if
they apply within 90 dayfc after
discharge or within 90 days after
hospitalization."
Invites Veterans to Apply
Commissioner Flemming invited
veterans t o seek positions in the
Federal Government. He promised that t h e spirit, as well as t h e
letter, of t h e Veterans Preference
Act would be observed.
Since October 1, 1942, he said,
60,000 veterans with real physical
handicaps have been placed. H e
added:
"No matter what handicaps a
returning veteran m a y have, if h e
h a s the faculties a n d abilities
needed for a particular job, we
are going to do everything within
our power to place him. In this
way we give the disabled veteran
far more than t e n points in a n
examination. We give h i m t h e
special consideration to which h e
is entitled so that h e c a n once
again become a productive m e m ber of society."
V. A.
Day by Day
FURS
As the 346 Broadway Office in
NYC will soon be in direct c o n tact with t h e other offices by
means of a n e w type of communicative system which will operate
over telephone wires, the executives are setting up equipment at
299 Broadway and from the looks
of things, the office will be h a n dled efficiently.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.—Inequalities and injustices in t h e administration of the new Postal Salary Law are alleged by t h e United
National Association of Post Office Clerks. President John J. Barrett
cites as the worst example the treatment accorded the $2,200 Special
Clerk recommended for promotion on July 1, 1945.
"Congress did see to it that
clerks in the automatic grades
who were due for promotion did
receive promotion, but it seems
reasonable to assume that ConErnest Thiel, 7th Floor at 2
gress intended that these Special Park
Clerks likewise should not suffer mind. Avenue, has problems on his
loss of promotion."
Madeline, who helps staffers
with their problems at 2 Park
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4—A nine-point reconversion program of
No Overtime
Avenue, rates the prize of the
the United Federal Workers of America was outlined in a letter to
Mr. Barrett said that while his week for her fellow-workers.
President Truman, released today by President Eleanor Nelson of
organization
requested
Congress
Edgar Kohl has h a d quite a
flae UFWA.
to abolish substitutes and compen- number of complaints on ratings
The following recommendations
satory time "it did so knowing full that were handed out. Herbert
were made by the employee union:
well that the retention of both Hutson, Chief, Readjustment-Althese provisions in the iaw would lowance Sub-Division, was ob'U.. In the transition to a 40eventually plague t h e postal e m - served in earnest conversation on
hour week, reductions in force
ployee, because of the time-and- the 18th Floor at 2 Park Avenue.
should be made with the recognione-half payment for all service in
tion that doing a job on a 40-hour
excess of 40 hours per week. We
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 — T h e were alone in our demands and it
basis
requires
correspondingly
more workers than on a 44- or 40-hour week-ordered by Presi- has happened."
CIVIL SERVICE LEADER
dent Truman is being put into
He pointed out there will be no
48-hour basis. Thus n o reduc- effect fast.
Published every Tuesday by
overtime for Saturday work while
CIVIL SERVICE PUBLICATIONS, Inc.
tions should be made until there
Already on 40 hours in Wash- there are substitutes, nor overtime
97 Duane St., New York 7, N. V.
is assurance that the funcitons of ington are Office of Censorship, while there is compensatory time.
Entered ai second-clast matter Octothe agency can be performed Army Signal Corps Center a n d
"So there you have it," Mr.
ber 2, 1939. at the post office at
Washington
Navy
Yard.
Barrett
said,
"the
postal
employee
New York, N. Y. under the Act of
fully on a 40-hour week without
March 3, 1879. Member of Audit
Holidays Restored
is
denied
the
chance
to
add
to
his
the use of considerable unpaid
Bureau of Circulations.
Mr. Truman also declared that basic income because of both
Subscription Price $2 per Year
overtime.
the eight holidays are non-work these features."
Individual Copies, 5c
days
and
employees
ordered
to
30 Days' Notice Asked
work
on
any
of
them
are
to
get
The policy recently enunciated by the Civil Service Commis- time-and-a-half overtime. The UFW Finds Hours Cut,
holidays:
January
1, George
sion, calling for no hiring except Washington's
Birthday, Memorial
among veterans and unemployed Day, July 4, Labor Day, Armistice But Not Work Load
government workers, need en- Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Special to The LEADER
forcement and clarification, in- The order took effect c n Labor
cluding placing the prevention of Day. During the war only ChristWASHINGTON, Sept. 4 — T h e
discrimination against Negroes, mas was observed as a " n o n - United Federal Workers of Amerwomen, and members of other work" day.
ica (CIO) wrote to George I.
minority groups in layoffs and
Leaves of absence were also Schoeneman, Administrative Ashiring.
limited generally to two full sistant to President Truman, com"'3. Since there is no legislative weeks plus travel time while the plaining that Federal work weeks
were being reduced t o 40 hours
provision for severance pay for war was on.
government workers, we urge a
"The general restrictions," Mr. although the work load remains
policy of giving at least 30 days' Truman said, "placed on leaves the same, and no new employees
notice, plus accrued annual leave, of absence because of war condi- were hired.
to all dismissed employees.
tions are n o longer necessary and
The union asked, through Elea"4. We advocate that the func- the departments and agencies nor Nelson, president, that the U.
tions of construction and repair should return to their normal S. Civil Service Commission and
of naval vessels be maintained policies in granting leaves of ab- the Budget Director immediately
plan a solution on a n overall basis.
primarily under the Navy D e - sence for vacation purposes."
partment and that major portions
of the production of munitions,
including aircraft, be retained in
the War and Navy Departments.
Pay Rise Requested
"5. An immediate increase in
the basic rates of pay for Federal
workers of at least 20 per cent to
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4—Regu- separating allowances, which were
enable them to maintain a decent
minimum standard of living and lations under the 1945 Postal Pay in effect at third-class offices durLaw, issued by the First Assistant ing the past fiscal year (July 1,
to prevent sharp deflation.
"6. Unemployment compensation Postmaster General, include the
• up to $25 a week for 26 weeks. following on clerk hire, special 1944, t o June 30, 1945) have been
messengers
and job cancelled. New allowances have
In addition, legislation providing delivery
at least one month's sevei-ance cleaners!
been authorized o n Form 1613-A
pay for dismissed Federal workClerk Hire—Third-Class Offices for the current fiscal year (July
ers.
Clerical employees
(including
"7. Enactment of the Magnu assistant postmasters) a t third- 1, 1945, to June 30. 1946) at the
son-DeLacy Bill, establishing the class offices are substitute clerks rate of 59 cents per hour.
principle of seniority in the gov- and they shall be paid at the rate
Applications for additional alernment's navy yards and arse- of 59 cents per hour for actual lowance for annual leave of postnals.
and necessary service performed masters at third-class offices will
"8. Legislation for a Perma- on weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays, be considered by the Department.
nent Fair Employment Practices and holidays.
Such employees
No allowance c a n be granted to
Commission.
should n o t be paid at the over- postmasters at fourth-class offices
"9. Passage of the Pepper Bill time rate for service in excess of for the purposes of taking annual
calling for a 65 cents a n hour 8 hours daily or in excess of 40 or sick leave.
minimum wage and inclusion of hours weekly
Special-Delivery Messengers
Federal workers under its pi'oviAll clerk-time allowances, inSpecial-delivery messengers a t
sions."
cluding unusual conditions a n d second-, third-, and fourth-class
post offices should be paid t h e
authorized fees for their services
in the same manner as that f o l lowed prior to July 1, 1945, with
the exception that the 15 percent
additional compeixsation on special-delivery fees which was authorized under Public Law 25 is n o t
applicable after June 30, 1945.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1—The Navy Department will
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The 15 percent additional comINSURANCE CO WO* AT ION
maintain a large, non-uniformed post-war staff.
pensation heretofore p a id job
The Department plans to retain 300,000 civilians, or cleaners
under Public Law. No. 25
SYMBOL O f
about 40 per cent of its 725,000 full-time civilians, which is not applicable after June 30,
1945.
compares with the pre-war staff of 100,000.
30-Day
Layoff
Notice
is Asked of Truman
Leave Limit
Is Cancelled
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W V. CITY NEWS
Seven Exams Opened;
Filing is Extended
For Clerk. Grade 2
i
Four new open-competitive examinations for permanent positions with NYC are announced. The jobs are Home Economist,
$2,700; Principal Librarian (Law), $3,000 and over; Interpreter
.(Italian and Spanish), $1,560, and Senior Bacteriologist (Sanitary),
$3,300 and over.
Besides, the filing for Clerk, will be received until September
Grade 2, promotion has been re- 26.
Fee: $3.00.
opened for the period September 5
Vacancies: One in the Departto 20, inclusive.
of Health.
New promotion
examinations ment
Requirements: A doctorate deThe paychecks of NYC emunnounced were for Inspector of g r e e j n medicine or a baccalauHousing, Grade 3, to but not in- reate degree with major studies ployees are a matter of city-wide
cluding $3,000, and Electrical In- in bacteriology; at least five years' interest today. The Board of Esspector, Grade 3, $2,401 to but not experience in advanced bacterio- timate h a s on its calendar bills
logical work of which two years
Technicians of t l a HhIM Department Lak«r*teri*s piay an Important
Including $3,000.
must have been in sanitary bac- passed by the City Council to put
part In pratacting f t * health mf the city. The Depertinent expects t e
A promotion test to Stenog- teriology; or a satisfactory equiva- the cost-of-living bonus on a perlaW an epen-campetitive examination te *M permanent ieberatery
rapher, Grade 4, $2,400 to $3,000, lent.
manent basis; grant increments to
pests in ebent six menths.
originally also open for 8 departcompetitive employee i n t h e $2,Clerk, Grade 2 Reopened
ments, now includes 13. They are
Health, Public Works, Sanitation,
Applications will be issued and 400-plus brackets; grant IncreWSG&E, Tax Correction, Finance, received, September 5 to 20, in- ments to Labor Class employees
Housing & Building, Instigation, clusive. Candidates who have al- and grant increases and promoTransportation, Fire, Comptroller, ready filed in June, 1945, need not
B.P. Queens. Eligibility require- file again, but may make amend- tion lines to Correction Departments were published last week, ments or additions to their orig- ment uniformed employees.
issue of August 28.
inal applications. This examinaAt its last meeting, the Board
Applications will be accepted at tion is being readvertised so that
the Application Bureau of the Mu- war veterans who have returned put off action on the employeenicipal Civil Service Commission to city service since V-E day may pay measures until the September
In view of the impending official announcement that an openfrom tomorrow (Wednesday), to compete in the regular test. How- 20 meeting, awaiting reports from competitive examination for Fireman (F.D.) will be held probably
Thursday, September 20. Applica- ever, other employees who are Budget Director Thomas J. Pat- around Christmas, Fire Commissioner Patrick Walsh stated today
tions may be filed in person or by eligible, or who become eligible
that the type of men needed should be those who "are used to doing
mail at 96 Duane Street. Manhat- by the date of the written test, terson on the cost of the proposals. a job of work." The Commissioner is not keen about any highMeanwhile,
from
a
sick
bed,
tan.
may apply.
Council Majority Leader Joseph falutin' educational requirements of candidates for Fireman.
In all the tests, credit is given
The written test will be held on T. Sharkey has addressed a strong
The Commissioner recalled his
for appropriate experience gained October 20, 1945.
appeal to the Board, pointing out own early days in the Fire De- forces are about 1,690 men of the
In military service.
Promotion to Electrical Inspector, the need of municipal employees partment, and of the requirement Department.
Home Economist. Grade 2
for more money to meet living
"The eligible list will be used
Grade 3
Salary: $2,101 to but not incosts and stressing the fact that that m e n had to take part up to the hilt," said Commissioner
cluding $2,700.
Open only to employees of the the Council members crossed po- in fighting fires in Manhatan, Walsh, "and the Fire employees
Fee: $2.00.
Departments of Water Supply, Gas litical lines in voting in fovar of south of Fourteenth Street, for in the armed forces will get their
Vacancies: Three at present.
and Electricity and Welfare.
the grants.
taking promotion examinations. jobs back. If they can not do the
Requirements: A baccalaureate
Salary: $2,401 to but not inEmployee Groups Unanimous
same work they did before, they
degree in Home Economics, with cluding $3,000.
The
higher the grade ,the longer will be fitted into other jobs."
All employee organizations have
a major in Foods, Nutrition, or
Fee: $2.00.
joined in asking the Board to the experience required.
After the present eligible list
Home Management; three years
Vacancies:
107 expected
in pass the legislation to bring badlyLikes Old Recruitment Way
expires, those eligibles in the
of satisfactory experience in a WSG&E at the minimum; one in needed financial reform to the
public or private welfare agency; Welfare.
"What we need in the depart- j armed forces will be put on a spe
City's employees.
or equivalent.
^ ^ - ^ v r ^ n ^ n
Tests: The written test will be
On the other side, the Citizens ment as Firemen are not m e n
Tests: Written, oral, experience. held October 27, 1945.
.
, . ,
j . j
* o r two years more, or until two
Budget Commission h a s issued
Principal Librarian (Law). Grade 4
statements criticizing the bills as who have a lot of academic edu- I y e a r s a f t e r t h e e ligible's discharge.
Salary: $3,000 a year and over. Promotion to Inspector of Housing, representing raids on the City's cation," said Commissioner Walsh, whichever is longer, under a proGrade
3
"but men who are used to doing j vision of State law.
Fee: $2.00.
treasury.
Open only to employees of the
Vacancies: One at present at
a job of work—strong, alert, ag- !
Said the budget group:
Departments
of
Housing
and
$4,000 in City Court.
"One bill would give four a n - gressive, eager m e n . '
j PollCe-Fire PenSIOH
Buildings
and
Welfare.
Requirements: Five years of renual increments of $150, or $600,
While he didn't actually say
Salary: $2,401 to but not in- to civil service employees receivsponsible experience in an estabthat the recruitment in the old Raise Is Attacked
lished law library or in legal prac- cluding $3,000.
ing from $1,800 up to $4,860. The days produced a better type of
Fee: $2.00.
tice which involved independent
other would give annual incre- Fireman t h a n the methods that
The City Council bill to increase
Vacancies:
107 expected
in ments of $120, or $480, to sanitaor collaborative research or appelthe pensions of Policemen and
have
obtained
more
recently,
he
H&B;
one
in
Welfare.
late work; or satisfactory equivation workers and other such emFiremen retired prior to January
Tests: The written test will be ployees, up to a maximum salary did give that impression. He re- 1, 1938, was assailed as unconstilent.
called
that
there
are
Lieutenants
held
November
10,
1945.
Tests: Written, experience, oral.
of $2,280.
i
in the department today who tutional and illegal, by the CitiInterpreter (Italian and Spanish)
"The bills bear no other aspect never had the experience of re- zens Budget Commission today.
(Candidates must qualify in both
than that of a payroll grab, and sponding to a two-alarm fire. He T h e Commission wrote to the
languages in order to place on the Ambulance Drivers'
this in an election year.
rates that type of experience as Board of Estimate:
eligible list.)
"The City cannot afford to in- very valuable.
"Article VIII, Section 1 of the
Pay
Being
Studied
Salary: Appointments now becrease its payroll by $15,000,000
"When a m a n enters the de- Constitution provides that no city
Claims of ambulance drivers in or any part of it. The Budget
ing made at $1,560. This is an
partment as a Fireman," said the shall give or loan money or propungraded position.
the NYC Hospitals Department Director has reported to the Mayor Commissioner, "he is just getting erty to or in aid of any individual.
Fee: $1.00.
that
six
items
alone
will
add
for back-pay for work on holiready to become an efficient Fire- It has been held time and time
Vacancies: One at present.
$116,200,000 to the budget in the man, and it takes training and again that increasing the pension
Tests: Written and oral tests days in past years are now being first three post-war years. Copies experience. While we are suffer- rights of those who have already
hi translating from English to the considered by the Comptroller's of the Budget Director's report ing from a manpower shortage, it retired is a violation of this secother languages and from other Office.
The claims were pre- which covers only part of the must not be supposed that the tion.
languages to English. 70 per cent sented by members of a local of City's post-war increases were in moment recruitment is resumed
"The right of a city employee
required on each part of test.
the hands of Council members
the
American
Federation
of I when they drafted, introduced, that our troubles are over. The to a pension is supportable only
Senior Bacteriologist (Sanitary)
new appointee has yet to become on the basis that it constitutes
Salary: $3,300 a year and over State, County and Municipal Em- and railroaded through these un- valuable to us."
deferred compensation.
Clearly,
justifiable bills."
Note: Applications for this test ployees, AFL.
List Expires December 16
neither the City Council nor your
The existing Fireman list will Board h a s the right, after emexpire on December 16 next. It ployees have left public service, to
contains about 1,000 names. Prac- grant t h e m additional compensatically all of the men are in the tion for the work they did while
armed forces. Also in the armed in public office."
Increment
Bill A c t i o n
Is A w a i t e d
WalshWants Men
Used to Working
Exam for Firemen
To be Held Around
I
m *ar
f i e ranks ef NYC firemen, shewn here in a typlcml ectien scene, will seen be augmented by returning
«+fere*i. Tie leldsag •# the Fireman test arennrf Christines time will give tarienghed vetc en heme
visits e break.
(Continued from Page 1)
The commission is determined
to give the veterans all possible
consideration in all tests that the
City will conduct.
Beginning with the Borough
Superintendent's examination, and
the September series of tests, all
announced already, the number of
NYC exams will steadily increase,
it is expected, and 1946 will become a record year for NYC examinations. T o accomplish this
result the commission will require
more help, and efforts to obtain
assistance from Mayor LaGuardia
and Budget Director Thomas Patterson have already been made.
Final Say Up to Mayor
While the Mayor has the final
say on the Fireman examination,
he has been given all the facts
by the Civil Service Commissioners and Fire Commissioner P a t trick Walsh, and is awaiting a
specific recommendation from the
ootnmissiou a* to the data. He
Due
Xmas
knows that the commission wants
the examination held.
Walsh Is Kept Informed
Commissioner Walsh has stated
the requirements of his department, and is leaving to the Mayor,
the Commission and the Budget
Director the decision and the details' on the examination. He is
kept apprised of every step.
"It is always good civil service
practice," said one of the commission's experts, "to have on
hand a Patrolman and a Fireman
list, just in case of an emergency,
After all, the public and private
safety of the citizens of the City
are at stake."
26,854 Applied Last Time
Present maximum age limit for
candidates is 29 years at the time
of application. But legislation now
bofer the City Council would lift
this age limit to 35 for veterans
with a n honorable discharge.
When the City issued a call for
candidates to take the examination for Fireman in May. 1941,
20.864 men filed application.
Page Four
N. Y. CITY NEWS
CIVIL SERVICE LEADER
uesday, ^eptemoer
Filing O p e n s 400 Titles Are Listed
F o r N e w B o r o For 20,000 NYC Jobs
Supt. Exam
(Continued, from Page 1)
man, Seamstress, Searcher, S e c Stockman,
Accompanist, Accountant, Ad- ond Mate, Section
The Municipal Civil Service ministrative Assistant
H e a l t h Senior Accountant, Senior B a c Commission is receiving applica- Education, Assistant Air Traffic teriologist, Senior Cook, Senior
tions for the open-competitive Controller,
Assistant
Biologist, Dietitian, Senior Luncheon Asexamination for Borough Super- Assistant Chemist, Assistant D i - sistant, Senior Maintainer, Senior
Technician,
Senior
intendent, Housing and Buildings, rector (Pathology), Assistant Di- Laboratory
at $6,000.
rector
of Public
Assistance, Maintenance Man, Senior P s y Ths examination was made nec- Assistant Director
of
School chologist, Senior Stationary E n essary by a Court of Appeals rul- Lunches,
Assistant
Electrical ginere, Senior Storekeeper, Senior
(Home
Economist),
ing voiding an earlier promotion Engineer, Assistant Health O f - Supervisor
examination held for the five jobs ficer, Assistant Librarian, Assist- Sheetmetal Worker, Special I n Engineer
The Court held that former Com- ant Pharmacist, Assistant Physi- vestigator, Stationary
mission President Paul J. Kern cian (Clinic), Assistant Resident and Stationary Engineer (Elechad too accurately predicted the Building Superintendent, Assist- tric), Stenotypist, Special Patrolfinal standing on the list.
ant Supervisor (Dept. of Welfare), woman (Department of Welfare),
NOTICE OF EXAM
Assistant Architect, Assistant Ci- Stationary Fireman (Coal and
The official notice of examina- vil Engineer (Structures), Assist- Oil), Statistician, Steam Fitter,
tion follows:
ant Director of Stores, Assistant Stenographer, Storekeeper, S u (Department
of
No. 5080
Gardener, Assistant in Health perintendent
BOROUGH SUPERINTENDENT Education, Assistant Maintainer, Welfare), Supervisor (Dyhamom(Housing and Buildings)
Assistant Medical Examiner, As- eter Station), Supervisor (Medical
Salary Range: $6,000 per an- sociate
Assistant
Corporation Social Work), Supervisor of Park
annum and over.
Counsel, Auto Electrician, Auto Operations, Supervisor of RecreApplications:
Issued and re- Engineman, Auto Lawn Mower ation, Superintendent of Motor
Vehicles.
Many
hundreds
of jobs on the New York City transit
lines such as
from 9 a.m., August 29, 1945, to Operator, Auto Mechanic.
Tabulating Machine Operator,
these maintainors,
shown
above,
have
been
filled by
provisional
4 p.m., September 26, 1945.
Bacteriologist, Basin Machine Tailor, Telephone Operator, Ticket
IdurationI
employees.
C i v / ' Service
tests will be held soon to
replace
Fee: $5. Pees are not refunded Operator, Battery
Constructor, Agent, Tunnel Officer, Tunnel
them with permanent
employees.
The jobs are included
in the 400
to persons who are absent from Blacksmith, Blueprinter, BookOfficer
(Female),
Technician
<Xtitles
announced
tor
future
examination.
examinations; refunds are made keeper, Bricklayer, Bridge Officer,
only t o those candidates not per- Bridge Painter, Bridge Tender, Ray), Terminal Foreman, Title
Examiner,
Tunnel
Maintainer,
mitted to take examinations by Buyer.
Laboratory Assistant, Laborer,
Typewriter
Accountant,
Type- sistant to Commissioner, Alienist
the Commission because they lack
Captain (Tugboat), Caretaker, writer-Bookkeeper, Typist.
(Neuro Psychiatrist), Auto Ma- Laundry Bath Attendant, Launthe necessary requirements.
Carpenter, Carriage Painter, Carchinist, Assistant Civil Engineer dry Worker.
Visual Aid Technician.
Vacancies: Five in the Depart- riage Upholsterer, Cashier, ChemAssistant
Counsel,
Watchman, Watershed Inspec- (Sanitary),
Maintenance Man, Maintainer's
ment of Housing and Buildings. It ist, Chief, Child Health Service,
is expected that some appoint- Chief Dietitian, Chief, Division tor, Welder, Weighmaster, Wire- Grade 4; Assistant Director of Helper, Group B; Marine Oiler,
Public Health Nursing Service, Medical Superintendent, Mechaniments will be made at salaries be- Veneral Disease Research, Grade man.
Attendant.
cal Engineering Drafstman W a s h Board of Transportation
low the minimum of the grade and 4; Chief Life Guard, Chief LunBacteriologist (Medical), Buyer er, Mechanical Maintainer, Group
Airbrake Maintainer, * Assistant
that appointments will range from cheon Assistant, Chief Medical
$5,000 to and including $6,500 per Examiner, Chief Statistician, Ci- Foreman (Structures—Groups A, (Lumber & Construction Equip- B, War Service Consultant.
B, C, D, E and F ) ; Assistant Fore- ment, Supplies and Materials)
annum.
Neuropathologist, G r a d e
4,
vil Engineer Draftsman, Civil EnThermostat Repairer.
Experience
Requirements:
A gineer (Sanitary), Claim Exami- man (Turnstiles); Assistant G e n - (Purchase).
eral
Superintendent,
Assistant
Cancer
Research
Assistant
baccalaureate degree in engineer- ner (Torts), Clerk, Comptometer
Parole Officer, Tuberculosis Cliing or architecture recognized by Operator, Cook, Consultant (Ma- Station Supervisor, Assistant Su- (HD), Car Cleaner, Chemist, Chief nician.
perintendent
(Power),
Assistant
Marine Engineer (Diesel), Chief,
the University of the State of New ternal and Infant Hygiene), Court
Physician, Supervising Health
York and at least ten years' sat- Attendant, Custodian Engineer, Supervisor (Electrical Power), As- Division of Physically Handicap- Nurse, Precinct Clerk (Temposistant
Supervisor
(Elevators
and
ped Children, Grade 4; Chief, Di- rary) (P.D.), Probation Officer,
isfactory practical experience as Court Stenographer, Crane EnEscalators), Assistant Supervisor vision of Research and Training
an architect, builder, or profes- gineman (Electric).
(Power Distribution),
Assistant (Child Hygiene), Chief, Division Property Manager.
sional engineer employed in strucRadio Operator, Radio Repair
Dental Hygienist, Departmental Supervisor
(Signals),
Assistant of Venereal Disease Research;
tural work, which experience must
Mechanic, Railroad Clerk, Railhave been of a nature to qualify Steward, Dietitian, Director, D i - Supervisor (Structures), Assistant Consultant, Public Health Nurse road Porter, Research Work in
for the duties of the position or a rector of Recreation, Director of Supervisors (Telephones), Assist- (Orthopedic).
Canver.
Research Training, Director, Divi- ant Supervisor (Track) Assistant
satisfactory equivalent.
Deckhand, Dentist, Deputy MedShip Carpenter, Ship Caulker,
sion of School Lunches, Dock- Train Dispatcher, Assistant TrainTraining or experience of a build, Dockmaster, Doorstop Mainical
Superintendent;
Director, Second Asst. Marine Engineer
master.
character relevant to the duties of tainer.
Bureau of Public Health EducaBus Maintainer, Group A; Bus tion, Director of Information, Di- (Diesel), Senior Chemist, Senior
this position which was acquired
Property Manager, Social InvestiMaintainer,
Group
B;
Bus
OpElectrician,
Electrical
Engineerwhile on military duty or while
rector of Management (NYCHA), gator, Stock Assistant, Superinerator.
ing
Draftsman,
Elevator
Meengaged in a veterans' training or
Director of Research and Special tendent of Motor Vehicles.
Car Inspector, Car Maintainer, Studies.
rehabilitation program recognized chanic, Elevator Operator (Men),
Group
A;
Car
Maintainer,
Group
Elevator
Operator
(Women).
HACK AGAIN
by the Federal Government will
Elevator
Mechanics'
Helper
Fan and Pump Maintainer, Field B; Car Maintainer, Group C; Car (HD), Engineer Assessor (Utility),
receive due credit.
ItENCO
SALES CO.
9
License
Requirement:
A Li- Auitor, Field Instructor (Child) Maintainer, Group D; Car Main- Epidemiologist, Grade 4; Exwith
tainer,
Group
E;
Car
Maintainer,
Hygiene,
First
Mate,
Foreman,
A
SPLENDID
ARRAY OP PINE. .
cense or New York State Regisaminer.
FINE G I F T M E R C H A N D I S E
tration as an Architect. Proof of Foreman of Laundry, Furniture Group F; Car Maintainer, Group
Fire Telegraph Dispatcher, First
Nationally Advertised
the possession of such license or Maintainer, Furniture Maintain- G; Chief Telephone Operator, Assistant Marine (Diesel), FurniTremendous Saving's to Civil Service
Circuit Breaker Maintainer, Col- ture Maintainer (Woodwork).
registration must be presented to er's Helper.
Employees
Gateman, Gate Tender, Garage lecting Agent, Copyholder.
the Bureau of Investigation prior
General
Mechanic,
General
VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AT
Foreman
(Buses
&
Shops),
Foreman,
Glazier.
to certification.
Medical Superintendent.
41 M a i d e n L a n e
HA 2-7727
(Electrical
Power),
Handyman,
Head
Dietitian, Foreman
Horseshoer, House Painter.
Duties:
Under administrative
Foreman
(Mechanical
Power),
Health
Inspector,
Health
OfficerInspector of Equipment, Inspeccontrol: to direct and administer
Foreman
(Power
Distribution) to roof Equipment (Automotive),
n borough office of the Depart- in-Training, Historian (Medical Foreman
(Signals),
Foreman Inspector of Poultry, Inspector of
Records),
Home
Economist,
House
ment, make major decisions in
(Structures, Group A), Foreman Service (Surface), Inspector of
compliance with Board of Stand- Keeper, Housing Assistant.
Industrial Medical Inspector, (Structures, Group C), Foreman Steel, Grade 3.
Baby Shoe
rds and Appeals Rules concerning
(Structures, Group E), Foreman
Junior Actuary, Junior Biologist,
"ie construction, alteration and Inspector of Drugs and Chemicals, (Track).
Inspector
of
Foods
(Meat
and
Junior Civil Engineer, Junior G e •:pair of buildings and other
Keepsakes
Inspector of Service (Surface). ologist.
Structures; supervise inspection; Poultry), Inspector of Fuel, InMaintainer's Helper, Group A;
cpector
of
Fuel
Supplies,
InspecMemories
of baby lastingly preserved.
roview appeals from decisions of
Hook Ends. Table Ornaments. Baby
Maintainer's Helper, Group C;
examiners; inspect sources of tor of Hoists and Rigging, Inspec- Maintainer's Helper, Group D;
Shoes
in
Bronze, Gun Metals. PorS ALE
eelainizad in Ivory, Pink or Blue.
construction accidents; adjudicate tor of Live Poultry, Inspector of Mechanical Maintainer, Group B;
Markets,
Weight
a
n
d
Measures,
Used
Pumituro.
Bedding-.
Mattresses
violation;
review
controversial
Shoes Dyed in Any Color.
Mechanical Maintainer, Group C;
BARGAINS
Mian applications; interpret the Institutional Inspector, Instructor, Motorman-Inspector.
FURNITURE Boupht, Sold, Exchanged
Interpreter,
Investigator.
"uilding Cole, Multiple Dwelling
M H B Chemical Works
Power Distribution Maintainer,
Junior Air Traffic Controller,
MOVING & STORAGE
Law, Zoning Regulations and
287 B'WAY, N. Y. C.
BE 3-1419
Power Maintainer, Group A; PowJunior
Accountant,
Junior
Archiother laws governing the mainer Maintainer, Group B; Power
i m mAve.,
o n sBrooklyn.
B r o N.
s . Y.
tenance and construction of build- tect, Junior Bacteriologist, Junior Maintainer, Group C.
427S Gates
MA 2-7182
Res. GL 5-1392
ings and other structures under Biologist, Junior Chemist, Junior
Railroad Caretaker, Railroad
the jurisdiction of the Depart- Electrical Engineer, Junior Me- Watchman.
ment of Housing and Buildings; chanical Engineer, Junior GeoloSignal Maintainer, Group A;
^ We Pay Top-Prices For m
gist, Junior Health Officer, Junior
perform related work.
Physicist,
Junior
Physiologist, Signal Maintainer, Group B; Spe"Second-hand Men's Clothing'
Tests: Written weight 20, 75 per Junior Psychologist, Junior S t a - cial Inspector, Street Car Opera$ I . U . I . Ifl.i'AliAnrllnn Tunk M
cent required; oral, weight, 20, 70 tistician.
tor; Structure Maintainer, Group
per cent required; experience,
Me
Laboratory
Technician,
Life A; Structure Maintainer, Group B;
9
»93—8th A
^
AVE.
M
weight, 60, 70 per cent required. Guard, Lineman, Low Pressure Structure Maintainer, Group C;
Telegraphed
Everywhere
CI. 6 - 0 4 2 f t f l
^ N e a r 53rd St., N . * X .
The factors to be rated in the oral Fireman.
Structure Maintainer, Group G;
MOnnmeni
2-0361
BUYS
.
SELLS
.
EXCHANGES
^
test will include technical and ad- Machinist, Machinist's Helper, Superintendent (Cars and Shops),
ANYTHING OF VALUE
1
WILHELM1NA F . A D A M S
ministrative knowledge and judg- Manager, Maintenance Painter, Supervisor
(Electrical
Power),
CAM Kit AS, RADIOS, MUSICAL
M
105 West 110th St.
ment with reference to the duties Manager (School Lunches), Ma- Supervisor (Elevators and EscaA
INSTRUMENTS BOUGHT^
Q
CASH FOR PAWN TICKETS
of the position, manner and rine Engineer (Special—Diesel), lators), Supervisor
(Mechanical
speech.
Marine
Stoker
(Specialty—Oil Power), Supervisor (Power DistriS U I T S
Applications by mail will be ac- Burning), Mate, Medical Clerk, bution), Supervisor (Structures),
TROPICALS—SPORTS
cepted if mailed and postmarked Medical Inspector, Medical Social Supervisor
(Track),
Surgical
AND BUSINESS SUITS
up to and including 12 midnight Worker, Menagerie Keeper, Mes Nurse (Board of Transportation).
ftAIN COATS—TOP COATS
ANTIQUES
Telephone Cable Maintainer,
on the last day for the receipt of senger, Mortuary Caretaker, Moand MODERN FURNITURE—
$5.00 $10.00 $15.00
Towerman, Trackman, Train Disapplications and received by the tion Picture Operator.
Priced originally from
BRIC-A-BRAC, etc.
patcher, Turnstile Maintainer.
Commission not more than five
$45.00 to $100.00
Nurse, Nutritionist.
WANTED TOP PRICES PAID
Full
Line of Women's and
Ventilation
and
Drainge
Maindays thereafter.
Occupational Aide, Office Ap
Children's
Clothes
Kudiofl, Electric Items, Linen*, HouseMUNICIPAL CIVIL SERVICE pliance Operator (All specialties), tainer.
Complete Selection of Men's
hold Articles of All Kinds
^ COMMISSION, Harry W. Oiler.
Work Clothes
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Ask
for
Catalog
CS
Marsh, President; FerdiLabor Class
Pathologist, Patrolman-on-Aque
TREASURE
HOUSE
CLOTHING
EXCHANGE
nand Q. Morton and Esther duct. Paver, Physician
BORO
Baker,
Blacksmith's
Helper,
(Clinic
802—8th Ave at 53rd St.. N. Y. C.
Bromley, Commissioners.
39
Myrtle
Ave.
Brookyln,
N.
Y
Bookbinder's
Seamstress,
Butcher.
I Special), Physician (Veneral DiCircle 5-81)43
William M. Tighe, Acting Secy.
C l e a n e r (Women), Cleaner
sease Research, Grade 4); Physio(Men),
Climber
and
Pruner,
CoalTherapy Technician, Pile Driving
Engineer, Pharmacist,
Photog- passer.
A p p e a l s A r e Denied
Electrician's Helper.
rapher, Photostat Operator, PhyHostler.
Appeals of nine New York City sicist, Pipe Caulker, Playground
Laborntary Helper, Lineman's
employees from ratings received Director, Plumber, Principal Phy(Spectroscopy),
Process Helper.
in recent promotion examinations sicist
Mess Man! Mason's Helper.
were denied by the Municipal Ci- Server, Psychiatric Social WorkPorter, Plumber's Helper.
vil Service Commission according er, Psychologist, Public Address
Operator, Public Health Nurse.
to today's Commission calendar.
Competitive (Resumed)
Radiation Technician,
Radio
The following candidates on the
< ARS WANTED
Able Seaman, Air Traffic Conexaminations indicated had pre- Dramatic Assistant, Radio OperaWILL PAY LIMIT
All Makes
troller,
Airport
Electrician,
Aption
Assistant,
Radio
Traffic
Assented appeals:
Promotion to
FOK ANY YEAR CAE
JOSEPH J. SULLIVAN
Rammer,
Recreational praiser of Real Estate, Announcer,
Clerk, Grade 3—Sol Bodner, Rose sistant,
BLYEK WILL CALL WITH CASH
Authorized Hudson and Keo
Hurwitz, Eileen Rahilly, Dorothy Center Director, Recreation Lead- Grade I; Announcer, Grade II;
ok dkive t o EE1NSM1TH
Sale* and Her vice
A. Sullivan; Promotion to Clerk, er, Registered Nurse, Reporting Assistant Bacteriologist, Assistant
TEARS AT THIS ADDRESS
12 EMPIRE BLVD.
Grade 4 - Theresa R. Hular, Philip Stenographer, Research Assistant, Foreman (Car Cleaning), AssistSee ANDY FREDERICKS
Shumsky, Mary A. Quinane; Pro- Resident Physician, Roentgenolo- ant Fuel Coordinator, Assistant
NEAK FLATBUHU AVE.
QUEENS BOULEVARD
Architect,
Assistant
motion to Stenographer, Grade 4 gist, Research Assistant Rubber Landscape
BUck. 4-0480
60 Feet Off Hillside Ave.. Jmu*U-«
Alienist,
Actuarial
Assistant.
AsTire
Repairer.
—Louise H. Gleason, Beatrice
JAiuaica ti-7474
Eves. Wind. 6-4594
Sanitation Man, Class B; Scow- sistant Mechanical Engineer, AsResnick.
John's Merchandise Exch.g
Used Cars W a n t e d
CIVIL SERVICE LEADER
TWMTHV, SeptenAer 4, 1945
Employee Croups
Oppose Shifts
M a d e in Welfare
All employee organizations in the NYC Department of W e l fare—AFL, CIO and Forum—are united in protest against the
Department's recent "60-day" emergency order under which
employees are being shifted around to meet the Department's
crucial manpower shortage until that period expires.
Employees say that the depleted
staff is largely due to the Departments policy of cutting down personnel without provision having
been made for increased caseload if t h e war ended suddenly,
as it did.
Until recently, t h e Department
was losing skilled workers to State
and Federal agencies, which o f fered substantialy higher salaries
for the same type of work.
Now, faced with a sudden influx of veterans and other applicants, telephone operators are reported to have been put to work
addressing envelopes, placement
Interviewers and resource consultants shifted out to the field; i n vestigators shunted around from
one Welfare Center to another.
Employees don't see how the emergency can end in the allotted 60
JOSEPH T. SHARKEY
days.
War-Work Leaves Cancelled
In an effort to build up the
staff, the Department sent 97 letters to Welfare employees who h a d
been granted leaves to go into
essential war work, notifying them
that their leaves should be ended
tomorrow (Sept. 5), and that if
they did not return they would be
dismissed. How many will give up
their better paying jobs to return
is still uncertain. However, staff
members on leave to such organizations as UNRRA, American R e d
Cross, American Field Service, etc.,
are not affected by this recall, as
they are considered by Welfare
Commissioner Harrison to be on
military leave.
Employees feel that passage of
the council bills sponsored by
Majority Leader Joseph T. Sharkey would help to hold City employees.
Sample Test For Grade 2
Clerk Promotion Exam
N. Y. CITY NEWS
HIGHEST NUMBERS CERTIFIED
OR APPOINTED IN NYC
Here is the Municipal Civil Service Commission's latest
report on the standing of the larger eligible lists:
Title of List
Last Name
Certified Appointed
BOOKKEEPER
417
407
For permanent appointment
Exhausted
For temporary appointment
410
413
As Clerk, Grade 2
CONDUCTOR
CORRECTION OFFICER (MEN)
For permanent appointment inside City.
For permanent appointment outside City.
As Investigator (Indefinite)
CORRECTION OFFICER (WOMEN)
For permanent appointment
For temporary appointment
5,994
5,924
93
288
60
276
144
77
127
62
104
343
Latest Certifications
Page Five
29 Hopkins, Thomas J
75.625
30 De Fabiis, Peter F
75.085
31 Smith, Vance G
72.335
Promotion to Collecting Agent—
BMT Div.
1 Manning, Louis A
G8.165
2 Coffaro, Salv H
87.625
3 Rochford, Norman H
86.500
i4 Rend no, James V
85.960
5 Anfang, Sidney
84.855
6 Kollenbaum, Ed. L
83.290
7 Gitto, Salvatore
82.335
8 Archer, Oscar
79.000
9 Washington, Arthur H.. .78.165
10 Gallagher, Thos. J
78.165
11 Lyons, Owen
77.335
12 Milner, Michael J
76.500
Promotion to Assistant Station
Supervisor—IRT Div.
1 Doherty, Francis
85.490
Promotion to Collecting Agent—
IRT Div..
1 Mullane, John
91.085
2 Murphy,, James
90.250
3 Ahern, William
89.415
4 Cronin, John
87.750
5 Fraser, Henry V
86.085
6 Lynch, Patrick
82.415
7 Vallery, Val
82.125
8 Faison, Herman R
81.835
9 Curran, Bernard
81.165
10 O'Reilly, James M
79.790
11 O'Connor, James F
79.085
12 DeCastro, Joseph
77.750
14 Briza, Frank
84.335
15 Stewart, Herbert W
84.125
16 Lonibardo, Charles C
84.000
17 Wellons, Alphonso
83.250
1
18 Clark, John F
83.165
2
19 Clark, John F
83.165
3
KITCHENS AND BATHS
20 Cutler, McKinley
83.125
4
PAINTED COMPLETE
21 Murphy. John F
82.085
WITH
ONE COAT OF ENAMEL
CIVIL SERVICE
22 Diamond, Louis
82.040
FOR $30
Promotion to Senior Accountant 23 Heller, Milton
81.500
I Bergtraum, Murry
84.350 24 Duffy, Patrick
80.625
J O H N PERI
OUTSIDE PAINTING
25 Lougheed, Cyril A
80.165
HEALTH, PUBLIC WORKS and 26 Bills, Flournoy
VI 3-2970
79.460
W. S. G. & E
WILL GO ANYWHERE IN
27 Fleming, Patrick ,
79.000
BROOKLYN.
QUEENS. NASSAU
Preferred List, Auto Engineman
28 Licht, Albert A
78.585
Phillips, Alfred
Decker, Henry W.
Collins, Paul E.
FOR SALE
Riviello, Thomas
Demucci, Joseph
1-3 FAMILY H O U S E Ne^it®cho» ^J r a n 8 P o r t a t i o n
$5,000
Conti, Charles
1-3 FAMILY HOUSE, Oil Burner
$8,000
Paynton, George W.
Amato, Carl J.
1-3
FAMILY
H
O
U
S
E
(Brick)
with
car
G
$12,500
3
araw
Mahoney, Wm. J., Jr.
Nice homes in quiet sections of East and West Bronx
Fyfe, Charles M.
M
K d
°KTfn i„r
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9-2481
Miller, Ralph
Badalamenti, Giuseppe
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Engineman
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466 Spindler, Wm. W
84.44
TAPESTRY BRICK —
New
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658 Dubovsky, Stephen . . . . 8 3 . 4 4
5 rooms, sunparlor,
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near schools and transportation.
1389 Maloney, James F
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bargains described — 25 States;
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rock-bottom prices. Write NOW
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for this big 132 • page book.
Promotions to Tractor Operator
Near 111th Ave.
JAMAICA, N. Y.
MAILED FREE.
JA 3-6706
Q19 Philo, Charles J
88375
STROUT REALTY
Q20 Paolo, Anthony J
88.375
Q21 Overton, T h o m a s
88.250
255-ZJ FOURTH AVENUE at 20th
Hotels
*22 Sattleman, Alex
88.250
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Q23 Griffin, James
88.250
Q24 Mandra, Gustave
88.250
25 Costanzo, Raffaele . . . . 8 8 . 1 2 5
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88.25
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HOTEL PARIS
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2
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1 Lawrence, James D
88.625
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2 McGowan, Francis J
87.875
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87.625
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86.875
6 Burke, William
85.915
7 Calabrese, Vincent
85.710
8 Whitehead, James C
85.040
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9 Franklin, Ernest
84.915
Ideal tourist or boarding house, overBay or Night
10 Dixon, M. L., Jr
84.835
looking Hudson River, on State Road
9G: 6 acres, fruit for family use,
II Kresel, Morris
84.790
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large barn, chicken house, 10-room
12 Fromer, Harry
84.460
dwelling, hardwood floors, hot water
RATES $2.00 DAY
13 McCann, Wilfred M
84.460
heat, electric and bath, artesian well;
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Competitive List, Interpreter
(Yiddish and Italian)
Kanakes, Eleana' B
20.075
Adamson, Coleman
85.562
Sperling, Clara G
84.637
Niderhoffer, Martin
81.500
$5,000
The coming promotion exami- collection letter? It should alnation to Clerk, Grade 2, will way (a) show a spirit of sportsprobably Include questions on manship (b) be divided into sevgeneral judgment. Following are eral paragraphs (ac) be carefully
seven sample questions of that planned (d) be brief, but courtype. Answers will appear next teous.
week. At the end of this article
7. T h e saying, "If you know
are the answers to last week's positively what you are about,
quesions on law:
your work is half done," means
1. The saying, "One robin does most nearly (a) Work which is
not mean a summer," means most not planned is seldom half done,
nearly (a) A single stroke fells (b) Complete understanding of a
not the tree, (b) Events have task is a big part of its accomm a n y interpretations, (c) Do not plishment. (c) T h e attitude of
be convinced by a single sign. the worker is more important
<d) Experience teaches us to than his skill, (d) By the time
your work is half done, you should
Judge carefuly.
know what you are about.
2. The saying, "To know the
Answers to last week's quesroad, ask those who have traveled
It," means most nearly (a) Know tions: 1, True; 2, False; 3, True;
•your destination before you start, , False; 5, True; 6, True; 7, True;
(b) When in doubt, stop, (c) Seek 8, False; 9, True; 10, False; 11,
counsel of experienced persons. False; 12, False; 13, False; 14,
(d> If you would, profit by your True; 15, False; 16, True; 17,
True.
past.
3. The application of the steam
price $10,000; mortgage $4,000; taxes
313 West 127th Street
engine to the sawmill changed
$110.
(N.E. Corner St. Nicholas Ave.
t h e whole lumber industry. FormEdith Murphy
8th Ave. Subway at Door)
erly the mills remained near the
RED HOOK
NEW YORK
271-75 West 127th Street
streams; now they follow the
(Near 8th Avo. and All Transportation
timber. Formerly the logs were
Facilities)
SPECIALISTS
floated downstream to their destiAll classes of service in buying and
The
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nation; now they are carried by
Belling- and construction of homes in all
Welfare
ALL IMPROVEMENTS
t h e railroads.
boroughs.
HOTELS
PARQUET FLOORS — STEAM HEAT
Clerks at $1,440 (Temporary) —
According to the paragraph,
BROWNSTONE
UNiversity 4-9053 - 4-8248
HINES REALTY
"What besides the method of trans- Norma Mitchell, Earl Sussman,
Otvned and Operated by Colored
PRICE $8,200 • CASH S2.000
K. T. RHODES, Prop.
portation h a s changed in t h e Florence Coleman, Murray Cohen,
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Jesse L. Yann
lumber industry? (a) speed of Leonard Davis. Charles Spence,
1510
FULTON
ST.
(At
Throop)
Real Estate
Broker
cutting timber (b) location of Stationary Engineer at $10 a day.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
PRealdent 3-96IX
240 RALPH AVE.
B'KLYN, N. I .
market (c) type of timber sold Arthur Reiniger, Medical InspecClosed Saturdays—Open Sunday
(j
Lenin
ore
2?9036
tor (Ophthalmologist) at $6 a
i(d) source of power.
4. Which of the following is session.
Lot Owner's Opportunity!Bookkeepers at $1,440: S a m
t h e chief value of a good mimeoWHITESTONE, L. I.
graphing machine in an office? Meyer, Jack Brickman, Bulita
Build now the
SPRUILL BROS.
home thit you
(a) It affords a quick way of Blyden. Joseph J. Vallone, Clean13-32 140th Place. 1-family detached
have
been dreamframe—6 room, tile bath, stall shower,
ing of. 10% Is
MOVING oatf TRUCKING
getting out form letters, (b) It er at $1,440.
your down payTemporary
Selective
Service
extra lavatory, sun porch, ilre place,
gies the "personal touch" to each
ment.
Balance
steam—cool detached garage, plot 33x
New and Used Furniture
ilka rent. I will
letter, (c) Mimeographed matter Assistants: Becky Althoff, Janet
100. Convenient, immediate occupancy.
build and «lBought and Sold
Eleanor
$8,500. By appointment.
Is more effective than type or F. Karp, at $2,401;
nance your home.
Day & Night —MA 2-2714
printed matter, (d) It is not s o Deutch, at $1,801; Beverly Gold. PETER MELLIS
EGBERT, at WHITESTONE
weber, at $1,440.
825
N.
Pulton
Ave..
Mt.
Vernon.
Tel. 7-2837.
large as the multigraph.
359 NOSTRAND AVE., B'KLYN
FLushing 3-7707
Mother's Aides at $1,440: Daisy
5. Write the letter of the s e n - Boddy, Olivia Bivins, Corrie L.
tence that is preferable from the Brown, Mary Brown, Ruth Gailstandpoint of grammar and good lard, Genevieve McClain, Toni
usage, (a) They don't ordinarily McMikle, Carrie Miller, Evelyn
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
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present these kind of reports in Rymer, Fleetwood Reed, Rachel
detail like this, (b) Reports like Ramsey. Lena Brimage, Mother's
this is not generally given in such Aide at $1,440.
great detail, (c) This report is
"A delightful home with all modern f a c i l i t i e s "
Temporary Dentists a t $10 a
more detailed than what such re- session: Alfred A. Berque, Samuel
Golf
Putting
Green
Ballroom and Patio for Occasions
ports ordinarily are. (d) Reports M. Frank, David A. Rubin, Sol G.
of this kind are not ordinarily Teichman. Temporary Dentists at
Croquet Course
Recreation Room, Ping Pong
presented in detail, as this one is. $8 a session: Irving S. Glasner,
Two Acres Shaded Lawn — Country Seclusion
6. "Just as the procedure of a Julian F. Murray, Alwyn T. P o t Located At City Line of New York — Convenient All Transportation
collection department must be ter, Eugene Saland, Sidney Woloclear-cut and definite, the steps chin, Lillian B. Appel, Irving P.
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toeing taken with the sureness of Aaron, Nathan I. Aaronson, HerFor Transient and Permanent
Guests
a skilled chess player, so the vari- bert R. Bergman, Emanuel W.
ous paragraphs of a collection Bauman, Simon Cohen, Michael
letter must show clear organiza- Disick, George H. Forman, David
tion, giving evidence of a mind Figer, Isidore Goldsmith, Samuel
that, from the beginning, h a s h a d Gurian, Max Halpern,
Irving
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a specific end in view." Accord- Kanter, Julia Anna Klein, Sidney
ing to this statement, which of Kobrin, Irving Pickar, Nathan RaMISS CLAIRE FRENCH, Resident Manager
the following should be true of a binowitz, Max Schein,
Julius
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Appointments
To NYC Jobs
MODERNIZATION
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CIVII, SERVICE LEADER
Merit
T u d h y , September 4, 1945
Man
Question, Please
Readers
America g Largest Weekly for Public
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Maxwell Lehman, Editor
H. J. Bernard, Executive
Editor
Brig. Gen. John J. Bradley (Ret.), Military
Editor
N. H. Mager, Business
Manager
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1945
STATE EMPLOYEES COMPLAIN
OF RECLASSIFICATION DELAY
HE number one grievance of many State employees is
the delay in getting action on reclassification. Some
T
hearings on reclassification appeals held as long as a year
ago, and even two years ago, still await disposition. Some
employees have not heard a single word on the outcome
which vitally affects their welfare.
In other cases reclassification recommendations have
been sent to the Budget Director. Numerous complaints have
reached The LEADER from State workers and the writers
show a very reasonable attitude. If the employees are to
receive higher classification and salary increases, the need
is imperative now, when prices and living costs are at a
high level. Even if the appeals are to be denied, then the
employees feel that they would be better off to know now
just where they stand,
Indefinite delay on a matter as important as this is
discouraging. State officials should work out a procedure
for speedy action. It is to the intrest of both the State andt
its employees that the reclassification problems should not
be left hanging.
New Rules Are Issued
For 6 0 0 Fire Civilians
New Rules and Regulations for the 600 civilian employees of the
NYC Fire Department were announced today by Fire Commissioner
Patrick Walsh. The rules were promulgated following conferences
with employee representatives of Local 61, American Federation of
State, County and Municipal Employees, which is recognized as the
employee bargaining group. Michael V. Mirande is president of
the local.
Of particular interest is the ployees scheduled to maintain a
"Leaves with Pay" section of the necessary twenty-four (24) hour
new rules, which follows:
service.
Death Leaves
Employees who are voting memA death leave of absence fox- bers or delegates "may be given
live calendar days may be granted leave with pay to attend convenwith pay to bereaved employees tions and meetings by specific apwho will attend the obsequies of proval of the immediate superior,
a deceased wife, child, husband, the Administrative Assistant in
parent, sister or brother, father- Charge of the Office of Adminisin-law or mother-in-law.
tration, and the Fire CommisDuring such period as the sioner.
Court Attendance
United States is engaged in a
Employees will be given leave
state of war, an employee may be
granted a leave of absence of with pay to attend court under
five calendar days upon official process except where such atnotification of the death of a tendance is in their professional
next of kin while in military capacity for pay, or where it is
caused by the personal business
service.
of the employee.
Selective Service
Jury Duty
Attendance required by SelecIf an employee is obliged to
tive Service or military boards before induction. Any absences be- serve as Juror, leave with pay
be granted provided the emcause of time spent in undergoing will
ployee endorses the check for
medical and physical examina- services rendered as a juror to
tion given by the armed forces are the Treasurer of the City of New
to be allowed as leaves with pay. York.
Religious Holidays
Promotion Examinations
Three days in each year are to
Employees will be granted leave
be allowed as leave with pay for with pay to take promotion expurposes of religious worship. aminations for which they are
T7iis shall not apply to those em- eligible.
should address letters to Editor, The LEADER,
97 Dunne Street, IS etc York 7, N. Y.
or resignation. For many yearai
this procedure was followed a n d
there were m a n y competitive class
employees who resigned and were
reinstated within one year thereafter without loss in seniority by
virtue of s u c h break in service.
In 1942 the Court of Appeals
ruled that a resignation constituted a break i n service and t h a t
seniority must be measured f r o m
the date of reinstatement rather
t h a n from the date of original
appointment. Many employees lost
seniority credit because of absence
from the service for less than one
year due to resignation. Promotion rights of persons who resigned and were reinstated were
also adversely affected by this d e cision. The law was changed this
year as a result of the court decision, to restore the seniority of
persons who resigned and were
reinstated within one year after
their resignation. It was therefore retroactive.
1VYC
NYC Promotion and Pension
THE TIME IS growing near
when I shall revert to civilian
status.
1. At the time of my induction
I was a Grade 2 Clerk in a NYC
department. I was informed at
that time that my job would be
available for me when I received
an honorable discharge and that
my seniority and pension rights
would be retained. Each year I
have received a notice of my $120
increment and believe that I a m
now at the maximum salary for
my grade. The question utmost
in my mind is my opportunity for
promotion. Since at least one
promotion exam to Clerk, Grade
3, was given in my absence and
for which I was eligible, will I
have to wait till another promotion exam is scheduled or will I
have an opportunity to qualify on
a special examination? It seems
to me that if seniority is to be
retained it would be unfair to
penalize those who entered tine
armed forces, because they were
unable to be present to take the
exam.
2. From my induction to date
I have been sending payments to
the NYC Employees Retirement
System to cover m y pension
rights. The amount of these payments was the same as the last
one I paid before entering the
Army. Will I be required to pay
the difference b e t w e e n this
amount and the compounded increments that I received?—S.C.B.
1. You are entitled to a special
military examination. 2. You will
have to make up the pension payments to include the higher rate
of pay.
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SOME MONTHS ago Mayor La
v
Guardia mentioned in one of his
weekly broadcasts about a City
health insurance plan for all City
employees. For such a plan each
employee was to be taxed 2 per
cent of his weekly salary and said |
plan was to cover his family (wife and children). This was to J
go into effect July 1, 1945, and as ^
of today it has not yet materialized. What happened? Was this
insurance mixed up into one of
neck-bone stew recipes?
I will greatly appreciate and
will be anxiously waiting your
answers in the Comment Column .
of your newspaper. Many thanks
for this favor. I am
>i
JAMES COGBILL,
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"Transit Worker."/
The plan is still being worked!
on, but no definite information
as to when it will become effective "9
is obtainable.
16 Teeth Required
WILL YOU please advise m e 4
whether or not a person may
qualify for the Fireman or Policem a n test if h e has a complete set
of false teeth.—P. F. L.
No. The minimum requirement
is 16 natural teeth.
continue in this order: Arthur
H. Schwartz, brilliant lawyer with
a keen, analytical mind; J. Edward Lumbard, Jr., Wall Street
lawyer, with a large corporation
practice, and Supreme Court Justice David Peck, an old-time intimate of the Governor.
In addition, the following are
close advisers of the Governor on
party issues and everyday problems: Jim Hagerty, his press relations secretary; State G.O.P.
Chairman
Bedenkapp;
Deputy
State Commissioner of Commerce
Harold Keller, and State Comptroller Frank Moore.
That's the way things stand as
of this very day in the opinion
of Dewey admirers Whose insight
has proved very reliable in tb*
Tuesday, September 4, 1945
CIVIL SERVICE LEADER
By CLIFFORD C. SHORO
President, The Association ef
State Civil Service Employees
ADEQUATE INCOME
LEO F. GURRY Is planning for the
1945-6 season of the Mental Hygiene Bowling League. He Is hoping for an even bigger season
than last year. He asks prospective bowlers to get in touch with
him at Marcy
State
Hospital,
Marcy, N. Y.
RETURN OF USES FUNCTIONS TO STATE
New York State has some special problems. It is concerned
about the return of replacement functions transferred from the State
to the Federal Government.
Theodore Becker's article, "What State Employees Should
Know" in The LEADER last week refers to the status which it is Saturday Off Gets
generally felt should be respected for USES workers returning to
State service. Legislative and executive and administrative leaders Board's Approval
will have this subject brought to their attenion again on every occasion where it is pertinent, to the end that the vital services involved
ALBANY, Sept. 4.—Many State
may be fully met and workers given the status which they deserve. employees were granted time off
on the Saturday prior to Labor
RECRUITMENT FOR HOSPITAL SERVICE
Day. This was September 1. A
The period of return to civilian tasks opens up a splendid memo from the State Civil Servopportunity for the sound recruitment of workers in State hospitals ice Commission authorized the
and like institutions. We believe that present administrators are luliy time off.
aware of the difficult conditions which developed during the war
The memorandum from J. Edperiod largely because of inadequate salary scales and lack of good ward Conway said: "In so far as
attention to employee welfare. We trust that our appropriating consistent with special burdens of
bodies are impressed likewise.
the State caused by the sudden
The services involved have to do principally with rehabilitation end of the war, Departments that
of the mentally ill, adults and children. As a whole, it is more a can operate on skeleton staffs are
nursing service than a guard service. Incentive for the great body permitted to do so on the Saturoi worKers to pass from a period of probation and instruction to a day prior to Labor Day. Skeleton
higner grade of work with greater income would be a real asset in staff employees will be allowed
one-half day off in the future."
successful recruitment of workers.
We believe that substantial improvement has been achieved
with reference to food and living arrangemenls in State Hospitals
and Schools. The cafeteria system for employees, frequently proposed HOLLISTER SCHEDULED
in the past and which was given impetus by legislation of last year, AT MANHATTAN STATE
may well become a feature that will be heipful to employee morale.
A meeting of the Manhattan
When equipment becomes available and food supplies are more plentiful, the better organization of employees through Association chap- State Hospital chapter, Associaters will doubtless result in rapid development of the cafeteria plan. tion of State Civil Service Employees, is scheduled for Friday,
September 7, in the lecture hall
CHOICE OF RETIREMENT REDUCTION
In my column of July 31, directed to employees in institutions on the hospital grounds. Laurence
who wished to contribute to the retirement system on the basis Hollister, Field Representative of
of their cash salary plus one-half of such salary (representing the Association, will be the speakmaintenance), as in effect prior to October 1, 1943, rather than er. Maxwell Lehman, Editor of
their gross salary effective after that date, I stated that I believed the Civil Service LEADER, will
a iorm for convenience in making an elecion would be supplied by also be present. The meeting bethe rcefcirement System.
gins at 5:30 p.m. All employees
fcsince it may not be possible to supply such forms, each em- of the institution are invited.
ployee who wants to make such an election should address the State
Retirement System, 260 Washington Avenue, Albany, N. Y., advising
that they wish deductions for retirement made on the old basis.
Employees have until April 1, 1946 to make an election, but no one
who is interested will wish to delay until the last minute.
ALBANY, Sept. 4—What is probably the final meeting of the
present executive board of the State Association of Civil Service
Employees will be held at the De Witt Clinton Hotel in Albany on
the evening of Thursday, September 6. The new executive committee
will be chosen at the annual meeting of the Association on October
16. President Clifford C. Shoro will preside at the September 4
meeting.
Among matters which will come handle details of the annual
up at this meeting is the approval meeting will be appointed.
of the constitution of a new AssoAmong matters which will come
ciation Chapter, The Palisades up for discussion of the commitPark Commission Chapter, with tee members will be continuance
a membership of more than 100. of the emergency salary rates,
A report of the Finance Com- liberalization of the retirement
mittee, headed by Charles G. system, broadening of the comFoster, will be received and also pensation base, and future action
a report of the Editorial Commit- to assure fair veterans preference
tee headed by Thomas E. Stowell. and defeat of the ShermanA committee of arrangements to Downey amendment.
Harcourt Lists Six
Civil Service
Problems
ALBANY, Sept. 4—J. Palmer Harcourt, Assistant Administrative
Director of the State Civil Service Commission, today outlined some
of the problems faced by the State Civil Service Commission with
the war's end.
Typical of the pressing prob- with permanent civil service emlems, Mr. Harcourt listed:
1. When is the duration over? ployees.
4. Lists — Many eligible lists
The termination of many war- have
canvassed and recanservice jobs must date from the vassed.been
Persons with varied types
official end of the duration, but of preference
have claims which
the official ending of hostilities will change standings
on lists.
does not mean the war lias ended Local and State-wide lists
may
legally.
seem to conflict with each other.
2. The question of placing in
5. A lack of skilled examiners
new jobs disabled veterans who
return from military service and to carry the burden of drawing
are unable to resume the posi- up and marking large numbers of
tions which they left to enter examinations.
military service.
6. How to handle the huge
3. How and when examinations number of applicants who will
will be held to replace 8-A ap- apply for future open-comp^itive
pointees (duration appointees) examinations.
Religious Holiday Time-Off Rules Issued
ALBANY, Sept. 4 . — T h e State
Civil Service Commission today issued a notice to departmental officers on time-off rules for religious holidays.
According to the Commission
statement, issued in view of the
major Jewish holidays coming on
September 8, 9, 10 and 17, both
W h a t State Employees Should Know
PAY FOR OVERTIME
We wish to emphasize again the importance of each employee
of State institutions or of the canals, who is entitled to receive
overtime compensation in lieu of any holiday, pass day or vacation
period during the fiscal year April 1, 1944 to March 31, 1945, which
could not be taken because of the needs of the work, contacting
his business or payroll office now to make certain that accounts for
any such overtime due is computed and put in line for payment
beiore November 1, 1945.
This arrangement, approved by the Legislature and the Governor
under Chapter 765 of the Laws of 1945, is a just and proper way
of dealing with earned leave periods which it is impossible for the
employees to enjoy during each fiscal year. It marks a distinct and
not £ worthy step forward in dealing with this matter. It has been
common lor the most industrious and loyal of employees to sacrifice
their leaves because of stress of work.
c.ood intentions on the part of department heads and institution
dire>-.ors to give to such workers equivalent time off in future years
have very often failed to materialize. Under this plan, with the
leave periods on a fiscal year basis and the vacation, holidays and
pass days definitely fixed as they now are, it is comparatively easy
to keep the leave record straight by direct payment for the days not
taken prior to September 1 of each year. Of course, employees want
their vacations. It is a health must with the individual.
Only serious needs should interfere with withholding the vacation time. The new arrangement does not change the reason for
leave periods, namely, better health and higher efficiency. It does
make certain that where leaves are impossible, the employee in the
jurisdictions mentioned in the law will be paid for any time lost.
It is important that all employees in the institutions and on the
canals who are covered, take up very promptly with their business
or payroll office so that accounts may be approved and paid before
November 1.
AUGUST 15 AND 16
We have received some inquiries at Association Headquarters
relative to August 15 and 16 set aside by Governor Dewey to celebrate our great victory in the world war. There seems to have been
some official delay in making known to employees throughout the
State the contents of the directive issued by the President of the
Civil Service Commission to the effect that employees who were
obliged to remain at work on August 15 and 16 are to receive two
days' time off which will be in addition to their annual earned
vacation leave. [See page 1 article—Ed. 1
Ideas
Wanted
For New
ALBANYY, Sept. 4. — John
Cromie, chairman of the Legislative Committee of the Association of State Civil Service Employees, today repeated his request for ideas and suggestions
from Association members and
Laws
chapters. He addressed himself
particularly to chapter presidents of the Association. The
data are desired for the preparation of resolutions in advance of the Association's annual meeting, scheduled for October 16 in Albany.
Page Seven
Executive Committee
O f State Association
W i l l M e e t Thursday
The State
Employee
EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS in the United States are undergoing a rapid change. It is safe to say that at no time in the history
of our nation have the problems of employment been so completely
national in scope. This is not wholly a matter of every worker having a job. There is a tremendous need from the viewpoint of building
the better world we have talked so much about, to assure also stability of employment and a wage sufficient to maintain a constantly
improving standard of living. There is nothing selfish about pleading
for better health and better homes for the millions who work and
who have never been able to afford attention to health or to the
maintenance of homes containing helpful conveniences. America, like
every other country, depends for its common welfare upon a healthy,
happy citizenry. A somewhat common thought that public workers
are all well cared for as to income is erroneous. Public salaries must
not be neglected nor sound employment practices overlooked.
STATE NEWS
By THIODORE BECKER
Limited Differential Pay Allowable
After Honorable Discharge
Unlike other State employees on military duty, a State employee who, as a member of the National Guard or Naval Militia or
of a Reserve Corps or force in the Federal military, naval or marine
service who was ordered into active military or naval service, is
entitled to receive, during the period of such duty, the difference
between his military pay and his civil service pay, provided the civil
pay is greater.
An exception is made in the
case of the promotion of a State service under any circumstances,
employee while in military duty but Section 245, which provides
and while receiving such pay dif- for salary payments, as well as
ferential. Such employee, al- continuation of employment, to a
though the pay he will receive on limited class of employees, conreinstatement will be greater, can- tains no such sixty (ninety)-day
not thereby receive an increase provision.
in his pay differential.
"It follows that an employee receiving compensation (pay differPayable After Discharge?
As the pay differential is de- ential) under Section 245 will not
signed to cover the period during be entitled to any salary paywhich the employee is engaged in ments between the time of his
ordered military duty, the ques- release from military service and
tion is sometimes asked whether his reporting for work in his
such pay differential ceases upon civil employment, allowing him,
discharge or whether it continues however, a reasonable time within
during the ninety-day period after which to return under the indidischarge within which the em- vidual circumstances." (1941 O.
ployee may demand reinstatement A. G. 214, 222.)
to this former position. An opinThis has been construed to auion of the Attorney-General pro- thorize pay differential for the
vides the answer.
time necessary spent, after discharge, in returning to civil work
Reasonable Period
from the point of discharge, with
The opinion states:
usual modes of transporta"Since a number of men have the
already been and will continue to tion employed.
When Differential May Stop
be released from service under
present circumstances, the quesThe payment of the differential
tion of when those in public em- does not always continue until
ployment must report back for the employee is discharged. It is
work in order to retain their posi- not payable in the case of an extions is of importance.
empt class employee whose ap"Section 246 of the Military pointment is terminated or whose
Law, in subdivision 2, provides position is filled by other than a
for reinstatement in public em- substitute appointee.
ploy upon application within sixty
The same result follows where
(now ninety) days after termina- the position of a competitive
tion of military duty and, in the class employee in military service
discretion of the appointing offi- is abolished. This was decided in.
cer, at any time within one year a case brought in the Supreme
thereafter. This applies to all Court of Erie County by a county
public employees now in military employee whose position was
temporary and permanent employees are to be allowed time off
for religious observances without
loss of pay, vacation, accumulated
overtime or other rights and upon
prior request to the appointing
officer. However, per diem employees who take the days off will
lose pay.
abolished, while he was receiving
pay differential. He sued for pay
differential for the succeeding
five months. The court decided
that the veteran was not entitled
to such additional compensation,
there being no claim that the position was not abolished in good
faith.
"Although it is clear," the
court stated, "that/the Legislature
intended that no public officer or
employee should suffer any loss
of compensaion on account of his
absence while in the discharge of
such duties, in my opinion the
Legislature did not intend to extend such officer's term of employment or to pay him any part
of a salary or compensation which
he would not have been entitled
to receive if he had remained in
civil life." The Appellate Division, to which appeal from this
decision was taken, agreed and
aflrmed the lower court's ruling
(Kolber v. Erie County. 46 N. Y.
S. 2d 780, aff'd 26 App. Div. 355).
When Positions Are Abolished
The names of competitive class
employees who are laid off while
in military duty are placed on
preferred eligible lists for a period of four years from the date
their positions are abolished. Employees in the labor or non-competitive class whose positions are
abolished while they are in military service, may be placed on
military reemployment lists for
an indefinite period provided
timely request therefore is made
after their discharge from service. No provision is made for the
exempt class employee whose position is abolished while he is
performing military duty.
LANAHAN NOMINATED
Through an error, the name of
Martin C. Lanahan was omitted
from the list of persons nominated
for office in the Association of
State Civil Service Employees
which appeared in last week's
LEADER.
Mr. Lanahan was designated
as Executive Committee member
from Audit and Control.
Page Eight
N. Y. STATE NEWS
Schechter A s k s W i d e r
Facts o n Increment Law
CIVIL SERVICE LEADER
Tuewlay, September 4, 1915
List of All Current State Exams
14 Open-Competitive, 14 Promotion How
Veterans
Should
Protect
Their
Insurance
T h e State Civil Service Commission has announced 28 examinations, comprising 14 open-competitive and 14 promotion tests. The
order number, title, 6alary, filing fee, closing dates for filing, and
ALBANY, Sept. 4—The meeting of Personnel Council members, exam dates are given in the listing.
State employees
returning
who are officials and employees in State departments, heard Joseph
Applications may be obtained
from military duty to active
Schechter, counsel to the State Civil Service Commission, give an by writing to the Examinations
2069. — B a t h Attendant, SaraState service can have their
Intimate explanation of the 1945 Feld-Hamilton law. This law Divisions, State Department of
Springs Authority. Usual salGroup Life Insurance Policy,
relates to standardizing salaries and grades in the State service.
Civil Service, Albany, N. Y. or at toga
ary
range
$1,150
to
$1,650.
Salary
obtained through the AssociaAt the conclusion of his address
Room 550, State Office Building,
tion of State Civil Service E m h e made the following recommen- ments are advised personally by 80 Centre Street, NYC. Enclose a of temporary employees is $85 per
month
or
$1,020
per
year,
plus
a
ployees, which was in force
dation:
you that the denial of such In- large stamped, self-addressed en- war emergency bonus. Application
w h e n they entered
military
"The denial or granting a sal- crements was not arbitrarily made velope with 6 cents postage with fee 50 cents. At present, several
ary.increment is not discretionary but was solely due to the statu- the request for the application vacancies exist. Maximum age service, reinstated without medical examination.
with a n appointing officer but tory limitations placed upon the blanks. Specify both examination limit 61st birthday. This exammust be based on existing law.
All that Is necessary is to
granting of Feld-Hamilton incre- number and title of position when ination is open to legal residents
requesting blanks.
"It is part of the function of ments.
apply to t h e Association within
and non-resident*, of New York
Five
of
the
tests
will
be
written,
every progressive personnel ad90 days of return to State
"The Civil Service Department
State.
ministrator to understand the has received many letters from two unwritten and all will be held
service.
2070. — Industrial Foreman
on
October
6.
T
h
e
Commission
law on this subject and to ex- employees complaining about the
Address the Association of
(Shoe Shop), Division of Prison
plain to employees who have been denial of increments and charg- announces that appointments c a n Industries, Department of CorrecS t a t e Civil Service Employees,
be
expected
at
the
minimum
saldenied increments the reason for ing that such action was arbitrary
ary listed below, plus the war tion. Usual salary range $2,100 to Room 156, State Cajitol, Alsuch denial.
$2,600. Application fee $2. At pres- Jrany 1, N. Y.
and discriminatory against them. bonus.
£
Aid to Employee Morale
ent, two vacancies exist in Sing
Such letters could have been
OPEN-COMPETITIVE
"It will add much to employee avoided if the personnel officers
Sing Prison.
to $2,100 plus bonus. Closes Sept.
T h e five written exams for
morale and good will if employ- had explained the reasons for the
PROMOTION
8.
which applications should be filed
ees who have not received incre- denial of an increment."
No.
1109.
Assistant
Chief
DietiNo. 1119. Stenographer ( 3 - l b ) ,
by September 14, are:
tion,
Grasslands
Hospital,
DeBuffalo Region, Division of P a 2084. — Assistant State Paleonpartment
of
Public
Welfare,
Westrole,
Executive Department. S a l tologist, State Museum, Education.
Department. Usual salary range chester County. Salary $1,860 to ary $1,200 to $1,700 plus bonus.
$3,120 to $3,870. Application fee $3. $2,100 plus bonifs. Closes Sept. 10. One vacancy. Closes Sept. 8.
No. 1120. Supervising Motor
2065. — Conservation PublicaNo. 1110. Deputy Chief Engitions Editor, Conservation Depart- neer, Department of Public Works. Vehicle Referee, Bureau of Motor i
CENTRAL ISLIP
STATE COLLEGE
ment. Usual salary range $2,600 Salary $10,000 plus bonus. One Vehicles, Department of Taxation
. . O u r Sympathies are extended
vacancy in Albany. Closes Sept. 8. and Finance. Salary $4,200 to $5,The Chapter held a picnic at to $3,225. Application f e e $2.
to the family of Dr. Mary C. Stewart Park. A picnic supper
2066. — Office Machine OperaNo. 1111. Senior Statistics Clerk, 200 plus bonus. One vacancy in
Mara, who passed away recently. was served. Thomas Sheehan was tor (Calculating — Key Drive), Albany Region, Division of P a - Albany. Closes Sept. 5.
No. 1121. Principal Clerk (PerDr. Mara was formerly a member chairman of the committee on State and County Departments role Executive Department. Salof the staff at this hospital, be- arrangements.
and Institutions.
Usual salary ary $1,600 to $2,100 plus bonus. sonnel), New York Office, Workmen's Compensation Board, D e fore her retirement ten years ago.
W. W. Ellis, Librarian at the range $1,200 to $1,700. Application Once vacancy. Closes Sept. 8.
partment of Labor. Salary $2,000
This chapter will sponsor a bus New York State College of Agri- fee $1. At present, one vacancy
No. 1112. Senior Clerk, New to $2,500 plus bonus. One vacancy.
trip to Coney Island on Septem- culture, is recuperating from a n exists in the NYC Office of The
York City Office, Banking Depart- Closes Sept. 8.
ber 20, 1945. Tickets will be $1.50. operation at Clifton Springs Sani- State Insurance Fund.
No. 1122. Principal Clerk (Pur2067. — Registrar, State T e a c h - ment. Salary $.600 to $2,100 plus
The committee members are Dor- tarium.
chase), New York Office, Workers College, Buffalo. Usual salary bonus. Closes Sept. 8.
othy
Dickson,
Janet
Hawes,
Robert Watt, Superintendent at range
No. 1113. Principal Stenogra- men's Compensation Board, D e $2,000 to $2,500. Applica
Michael Murphy, Wallace Mc- the Horse Barns of the College of
Crane, James Connelly and- Frank Agriculture, will soon return to tion fee $1. At present, one v a - pher, New York City Office, State partment of Labor. Salary $2,000
Insurance Fund. Salary $2,000 to to $2,500 plus bonus. One vacancy.
cancy exists.
Walsh.
work after a long illness.
2068. — Senior Aquatic Biolo- $2,500 plus bonus. One vacancy. Closes Sept. 8.
Edward Joyce has returned
Paul Dean and family and
(Continued on Page 15)
from the armed forces to his po- James Honness and family, re- gist (Marine), Division of Fish and Closes Sept. 8.
sition as patrolman.
No. 1114. Senior Clerk. New
cently vacationed on Cayuga Lake Game, Conservation Department.
Usual salary range $3,120 to $3,- York City Area Office, Department
Michael Murphy assumed a for a week.
new position in the storehouse.
Miss Fanny Grennell, Secre- 870. Application fee $3. This e x - of Social Welfare. Salary $1,600
Enjoying vacations are Agnes tary in the Office of Resident I n - amination is open to legal resi- to $2,100 plus bonus. Closes Sept.
Tauer of the Clerk's Office and struction of the College of Agri- dents and non-residents of New 8.
John Donaghy of the Police De- culture, is spending a week of York State.
No. 1115. Chief, Bureau of ApThe two unwritten exams, to portionment, Department of Edupartment.
vacation at her home in East
which
applications
should
be
filed
Recent visitors were Commis- Smithfield, Pa.
cation. Salary $5,000 to $6,500
sioner McCurdy and Dr. Albert
plus bonus. Closes Sept. 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe celebrated by October 5 (next column):
SdbMfc
\
Biglan of the Army.
their 25th wedding anniversary.
No. 1116. Senior Dictating MaSECRETARIAL STUDIO—A
chine Transcriber, Albany Region, STENOTYPE
CRAIG COLONY
rapidly crowing machine method e i
STATE AGRICULTURAL
Executive Department, Division
stenography. Evening classes every Mob*
T h e following employees are
of Parole. Salary $1,600 to $2,100
day and Wednesday. 7 P.M
Albany
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Floyd
Wemett
on vacation: Mrs. Leola Carney,
plus bonus. One vacancy. Closes
Stenotype Secretarial Studio. Palace T h »
Miss Anna Fanning, Mrs. Emma visited relatives in Detroit reater
Bid*,
ALbany
8-0887.
Sept. 8.
Dolan, Mrs. Mary Haywood, Mr. cently.
No. 1117. Senior Hearing StenFur*
Victor Beaton of the Navy,
and Mrs. Harry Wright and Mr.
ographer, Department of Civil CUSTOM AND BEADS M A M
visited his folks while on furIW
and Mrs. Charles Carney.
COATS. Good work OUR HOBBY. ReAssociate Statistician, Insurace, Service. Salary $2,000 to $2,500
Miss Dorothy Dolan of Tuscon, lough -a few weeks ago.
modeling.
Repairing.
Cleaning.
Insured
plus
bonus.
One
vacancy.
Closes
Malcolm J. Hunter and family
Prom.
cold storage. A complete fur service
Ariz., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
camped out on their new "lot at 1 Shultes, Davis, Albany
83501 Sept. 8.
on premises. BECK FURS. I l l Clinton
Emma Dolan.
No. 1118. Senior Typist, Albany
Ave., ALbany 5-1734.
Honeaye
Lake.
They
are
having
Asst.
St.
Accounts
Auditor,
Audit
Earl Wills, just returned from
Region,
Executive
Department,
Millinery
Control, Prom.
the European war theatre, is their annual vacation.
Division
of
Parole.
Salary
$1,600
Clifford Scott called on Mr. and 1 Crawford, Harry, N Y C . . . 8 5 6 5 3
BATS INSPIRED WITH
quality
an*
spending a furlough with his
beauty. $1.50 to $5.00 Over 1.000 hate
Mrs. Robert Noble recently.
2 O'Grady, G. D., Woodh'n. 85653
mother, Mrs. Nora Judd.
to select from.
THE MILLINERY
Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy en- 3 Krecic, J. A., Maple Hill. .84138
MART. Cor. Broadway and Maiden Lane
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Damon are tertained
Mr. and Mrs. George 4 Perina, Edw., Albany
(Opposite Post Office). Albany. 12«
84001
spending their vacation at Co- Bolt.
Main St.. Gloversville, N. Y.
5
Mahon,
Thos.
Watervliet.83359
nesus Lake.
Where
to kfine
Kenneth Arnold has been visitCoordinator, Utility Contracts
Edward O'Mara has returned to ing his mother, Mrs. Fred Bailey.
TRY OUR FAMOUS spaghetti luncheon
Stds Pur., Open-Comp.
duty on the Village Gren Divi- He spent his sixteenth birthday
with meat balls, 50c. Italian home
1 Young, P. R., Cohoes
85640
sion.
cooking our specialty. Delicious coffee.
with her.
2 Delehanty, Jas., Yonkers. 84700
EAGLE LUNCHEONETTE. 38 Eagle St.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Storey are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ewing,
(diagonally opposite De Witt Clinton).
spending their vacation at their formerly of Industry, are now 3 Brady, Edw. J., Glemont.83300
Open 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
4
Grant,
G.
W.,
Forest
Hills.82000
cottage on Conesus Lake.
grandparents.
Sr. Auditor, Dept. Audit and
Beauty Salon
Control, Prom.
MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL
OTTO—Hairdresser—Latest in permanent
1
Keefe,
Robt.,
NYC
89204
waving.
Hair
styling. Efficient operators
A meeting of the chapter will Seidel Heads Housing
always in attendance. 144 Washington
2 Kohn, Samuel, A l b a n y . . . .88864
be held in the Lecture Hall on
Ave.
ALbany
4-4431.
Friday evening, September 7 at Public Relations W o r k 3 Goldberg, P. K., B k l y n . . . 8 7 7 5 3 THEY A L L
Book4
4
Maguire,
Robt.,
Troy
83613
SPEAK
WELL
OF
IT
5:30 p.m.
BOOKS—See our large stock of use*
5
Dunham,
Chas.,
Albany.
.83546
A Knott Hotel
books. We can order any NEW BOOK.
Important matters to be disAppointment of Jacob C. Seidel
Doyle, Frank J., Troy
81759
John J. HyUnd, Manager
Lockrow's Book Store (2 blocks trot*
cussed are the 25-year pension as Director of Public Relations 76 Rich,
State Office Bldg). 56% Spring Street,
John
H.,
Bronx
80431
plan, classification, sick leave and for the Division of Housing of the
G a r a g e a n d P a r k i n g Lot A d j a c e n t
Albany 6. N. Y.
Clerk, Town of Moriah Essex
extra pay for employees on haz- State of New York was anCounty,
Open-Comp.
ardous or contagious wards. Nomi- nounced today by Herman T.
Avery, Ethel, Port Henry.83100
nations for election of officers will Stichman, State Commissioner of 21 Lapeter,
A. M., Pt. Henry.82075
be in order.
Housing.
3 Devitto, M. A., Pt. Henry.81600
Laurence J. Hollister, Field
Mr. Seidel, a civil service ap- Chief Clerk, Payroll, Civil Service
Representative of the Association pointee, will be in charge of pubDept., Prom.
of State Cicil Service Employees, lications originating with the Di- 1 Dolan, Lucy, Albany
93571
visited the hospital recently. He vision. He will also interpret its
Sr. Typist, Co. Clk. Office,
will speak at the meeting. He policies to the public and help
Cbatautauqua Cty., Prom.
was Staff Attendant at Bingham- publicize its activities.
1 Whitman, A. E., Mayville. 89040
ton State Hospital, where he diAnother service Mr. Seidel will Prin. Steno., Gowanda St. Hosp.,
rected the Student Club, and is help promote is the Division's reMental Hygiene, Prom.
past president of the Junior Order cently inaugurated community de- 1 Belec, Frances, Helmuth. 85339
of United American Mechanics. velopment program.
2 Moore, Flossie, Helmuth. .84439
Maxwell Lehman, Editor of
3 Harvey, P., G o w a n d a . . . . .82307
The LEADER, will also speak.
4 Burkhardt, A., Gowanda. .8857
Some of the women on vaction
Rome State School
1 Mesle. Doris R., Rome
88400
are L. Clough, Principal of Nurs2 Butler, Rose D., Rome
.8790::
ing School; L. Lyons, N. Murphy,
3 Barry, Maria T„ Rome . . . . . . .80944
A "BRONX
M. Swanton, B. Murtagh, Super4 Wald, Marjorie, Rome
81814
St. Lawrence Stute Hospital
visors; B. Shanahan, A. Meere,
COUNTY" LOAN
1 Razzano, E. E., Ogdensburg. . . .90037
M. Taft, M. McManus, C. Joyce
8 Rivers, Agatha, Ogdensburg. . . .85424
and D. Castner.
3 Foster, E. A.. Ogdensburg
83027
paid 'em!
Syracuse Psychopathic Hospital
Mrs. Failing Schaffer resigned
1 Moran, Frances, Syracuse
92224
to take a position at Creedmoor.
2 McNulty, J., Syracuse
90691
Syracuse State School
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shea re1 Ribak, Mary, Solvay
80023
turned to duty from vacation.
Utlea State Hospital
PERSONAL LOANS for CIVIL SERVICE
Ex-Sgt. Peter Hughes landed in
1 Wells. Florence. Utiea
91001
2 Hillenbrand, Willa, Utiica
89374
the Catskills on vacation. Quite
EMPLOYEES at a Bank Kate. O u r c o m p l e t e f a c i l i 3 Ogurok. Mary. Utiea
87944
a contrast from the landing he
4 Kroll, M. K„ Utiea
87074
ties make it possible for loans to be made by mail or
made in Africa!
6 Amo, Zelema M.. Utiea
84427
0 Roberts. Ruth. Utiea
83795
My apologies to Lieut. Robert
telephone. Loans f r o m $60 to $M,500 quickly avail7 Hogg, Ruth L., • Whltesboro . . 8.1588
Magee and his wife. I mentioned
(J Jarrelt, Marion, Whitesboro . . 83220
able. Your signature is usually all that is necessary.
the name of their baby as Robert.
It is a cute little girl named BarI > V I M III.i:
bara Ann.
Plastic Contact Louses
That handsome new attendant
NINE CONVENIENT OFFICES
you see' in the dining-room, or
1. IRVING \ ICS
on the grounds, is Bernard TuMain
Officei
THIRD
AVE. it 148th ST.
HllrBM t-MM
OPTOMETRIST
multy, and is working in the main
New York M, N. Y.
Eye Elimination.
Fitting of Ulu*»e*
building.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Federal Reeerve System
John Drum is back on the job,
75 STATE ST. State Bank Bldg.
after spending his vacation with
Alfeuity 6 l iOU
Kooui 404
Jm«Son in Rhode Island.
NEWS ABOUT STATE EMPLOYEES
Albany
Shopping
Guide
Latesf Stafe
Eligible lists
NO BILLS
FOR THE
JONESES
TODAY?
Bronx County Trust Company
Tuesday, September 4,
JIUI UI IHN I II UI! !!
1945
* News of Importance
to the
Queen's Role Unique
A t De Gaulle Fete
Fireman Physical Test
T o Be Held in October
Robert I. Queen, County Commander of the Bronx Disabled
American
Veterans,
was
the
youngest County Commander and
only World War II veteran to
serve on Mayor La Guardia's
Committe
welcoming
General
Members of the armed forces who were candidates in the written
test for NYC Fireman held on June 28, 1941 and who passed such
test but who were absent from the competitive physical examinations
held August 11 to 16 inclusive, August 18 to 23 Inclusive, August 25
to 30 inclusive and on September 2, 1941 due to their military
service, will be given another opportunity to take the physical
examination.
The Municipal Civil Service tary service, they should report
Commission is arranging for such to the Commission as promptly as
special examinations to be held possible after their discharge.
in October, so that there will be
The commission is considering
ample time to place the names asking local draft boards to try
of successful candidates on the to locate candidates who may be
existing eligible list for Firemen in the armed forces.
before it expires on December 16,
1945.
Candidates Urged to Report
The physical test for Firemen
was an integral part of the opencompetitive examination and unless a candidate in the written
test has successfully completed
t h e physical test, his name cannot appear on the eligible list.
Many of the men who competed successfully in the written
test were shortly thereafter inducted into the military service.
I n some cases their places of residence have changed during the
past three years. In spite of every
possible effort to locate these
men, some of them have not been
found by the Civil Service Commission. They are urged by the
Commission to report at the earliest possible moment at the Commission's Offices, 299 Broadway,
NYC. If they are still in the mili-
Charles R. Seffick, an eligible on
the NYC list for Patrolman, P.D.,
lost his opportunity for appointment to the Police force, but was
approved for appointment
to
other, lower-paid positions after
establishing his claim for disabled veterans preference and
taking a medical examination at
Municipal Civil Service Sommission.
He was approved for appointment as Court Attendant, Investigator, Claim Examiner (Torts),
Watchman, Attendant, Messenger,
Caretaker and Process Server.
After the examination,
the
Commission's
medical
division
ruled that h e was not physically
qualified for appointment as
patrolman.
The cumbersome machinery and regulations and excessive red t a p e in receiving medical care, particularly
in emergency cases, are complaints m a d e against the
nation-wide Veterans Administration in a report by the
American Veterans Committee, Inc., with h e a d q u a r t e r s
at 544 Madison Avenue, NYC. The Committee s t a t e d :
be put into the hands of medical
administrators, leaving the doctors
free to heal the sick and removing them (the doctors) from the
anomalous position of being both
physician and lawyer to their patients.
Easy Jobs Noted
"Administration physicians tend
to maintain inferior standards of
professional performance because:
criteria for employment (of the
physicians) are too low; the positions offer permanent easy jobs
without the necessity of maintaining medical ability and attract too
many men who are content with
such positions; top pay grades are
not high enough to attract good
men for permanent careers; educational and clinical facilities are
not designed to permit men to
grow in medical stature through
their work; facilities for good
clinical research—essential to the
best medicine—are lacking; there
are no affiliations with civilian
hospitals and universities to allow
Administration physicians to observe other types of practice.
"Standards could be improved
by raising criteria for recruiting
new physicians and improving
their professional opportunities."
Largest Selection of
All Kinds ot
FRESH SAUSAGES, BOILED
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FKESII PROVISIONS
For (lie punt 48 year* we have produced only ONli quality—the BKMf
HENRY KAST, Inc.
277 Greenwich
Street
Bet. Murray and Warreu Sis.. N.Y.
7 Beach St.. Stapleton,
S. 1.
Charle De Gaulle at City Hall.
Commander Queen was
attached to a veterans' committee
of Senior Vice County Commander
Col. Ralph Knaster, Past Commander of the United Spanish
War Veterans; County Vice Adjutant, N a t h a n Velger; Paul J.
Modest, State of New York Junior
Vice State Commander; and Past
State Commander Dan Manning.
WHEN FRIENDS DROP IN
TR6AT CRISPS
&OL7>e*C
POTATO
CHIPS
Always Fresh . . . At Yoar Delicatessen
WE TEACH tingr, Crocheting.
""i"1"*'
ri»M 4-4»*i
Disabled Yet O K ' d
For Non-Police Jobs
V . A . Medical Care Held
Inadequate in Report
"Methods should be devised for
rapid admission to veterans hospitals in such emergencies — perhaps identity cards entitling veterans to immediate emergency treatment could be issued by the armed
forces at the time of separation.
Further, payment of fees to civilian hospitals in cases of emergency, or for lack of beds at veterans hospitals, should be allowed.
"The medical administration of
veterans hospitals has not been
outstanding. It has often been
entrusted to lay administrators
not qualified to supervise medical
care. Further, the low wage standard — among the lowest of all
government agencies — has not
attracted the highest quality of
personnel, which has contributed
to keeping performance at an unjustifiably low level.
Hospitals
should be headed by qualified
medical administrations, and wage
and qualification standards should
be improved throughout the Administration.
Rehabilitation Stressed
"The Administration in general
h a s operated more on the basis
of handing out aid as prescribed
by law than on the basis of determining long-range policies designed to help the veterans to help
themselves. In future, rehabilitation should be stressed, including
education in self—help to make
the disabled veteran a productive
citizen rather than a mendicant.
With this end in view, the whole
system of disability allowances,
especially for neuropsychiatric veterans, should be carefully reviewed; attention should be concentrated on measilres for correcting the present situation, which
consists essentially in paying men
to remain ill.
"The Administration has suffered from its failure to encourage
research, and planning should be
established to lay out long-term
programs for the Administration.
"In the d e t a i l of medical care
as provided by the Administration, several shortcomings are apparent. Physicians spend too much
time on routine examination and
evaluation work, limiting the time
available for treatment of their
patients. The purely administrative functions, including estimates
of the degree of disability and filling out of pensions claims, should
Veterans
WE A L S O Cover buttons,
make belts, buttonholes, etc.
Second Floor
Rooms 25-26-27
Veterans
will
be
month In Fireman
buckles,
this
next
CHAPEL STREET or 12 PINE STREET
physical
test.
One Block North on Chapel from Ten Eyck Hotel Entrance, Albany, N. Y.
doing
YOU,
roo,
CAN SERVE
IN THE
DEFENSE FORCES
If Yen Are 38 le 45 Years Old,
17 Years Old or Draft Deferred
THE NEW YORK GUARD NEEDS MEN
A s MORE and more Federal troops are sent out of the United States
and those remaining are being trained for overseas service, the State
Guards of the various States become of greater and greater importance.
They are the first line of internal defence against any disaster, be it
man-made or an act of nature.
T H E New York Guard has already supplied the Federal armed services
with innumerable officers and large numbers of men who have been
trained to speak and understand the military language. It is a proven
fact that members of the Guard on entering the Federal service reach
non-commissioned and commissioned grade much faster than any others.
G o v . THOMAS E. DEWEY, by recent legislation, has decreed that
members of the New York Guard employed by State agencies or
municipalities will lose no pay or vacation time because of time spent
in the service of the State through the Guard up to thirty days a year.
It is the earnest desire that all em ployers within the State voluntarily
adopt such a ruling.
I T IS understood that there are some 300,000 civil service employees
in the New York State area. It is earnestly hoped that that great force
will supply the Guard with a substantial number of members.
Join now! Do your kit!
Page Ten
U. S. JOB NEWS
U.S. Cives^Green
Latest Revised List of
Government Openings
Civil, SERVICE LEADER
Tuesday, September 4, 1945
Light to Vets for Jobs
Openings exist for unskilled workers and for experienced laundry
workers, pressers, shirt operators,
etc.
How To Apply: Call in person
at Room 544, 2nd Regional Civil
Service Office, 641 Washington
Street, New York City.
New York 14, N. Y., or from the
Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil
Service Examiners, at the post office named above.
Auditor
Contract Tetminations,
coordination of all types of audit?
ing activities performed by lower
grade auditors. These types include selective audits in field establishments, fiscal and procedural
audits at market centers and spewcialized phases of auditing, such
as burden analysis, time and m a terial subcontracts, supply contracts ,etc. Confers with representatives of administrative departments, contractors and various
operating officials on matters relating to policy and the application of industrial cost accounting
principles. Conducts surveys of
auditing functions and recommends to superiors procedural and
policy changes designed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of auditing operations. Acts
as liaison officer between field establishments and the District o f fice.
Substitute Mail
The notices of examinations published below were announced
War Dept.
after the order of August 18 which ended open recruiting and h a t e
Handler
$ 7 , 1 2 8 , $ 6 , 2 2 8 and
been revised up to today. They are therefore exceptions to the
rule that the U. S. Civil Service Commission "will receive no further Post Office Service, N. Y.
$ 5 , 2 2 8 a Year
applications," unless from veterans in certain civil service cateof Employment: Brooklyn,
(Salaries include the amount
gories, and are in the reconversion category. Ratings are given and Places
Far Rockaway, Flushing Ja- paid for overtime.)
,
veterans receive .the usual percentage preferences in such ratings,
maica, Long Island City, New Places of Employment: Various
fn respect to the jobs that follow, but civilian applications are issued
York, and Staten Island.
technical service field establishand received. All should apply to Room 119, U. S. Civil Servict Closing Date:
ments of the War Department
Commission, 641 Washington Street, New York, N. Y.
Applications will be received
located in the Second U. S.
The same considerations gov
until the needs of the Service
Civil Service Region (compriserning the jobs listed below apply ance to professional staff in at- have been met; but if an excessive
ing the States of New Jersey
to those for which full official in- tending patients; in checking and number is received, only a number
and New York).
formation was given in last week's care of linens, uniforms, etc.; re- sufficient to meet the needs of the
issue, dated August 28—Special moving trays from beds and wards, Service will be examined in the Closing Date:
Agent, Internal Revenue Agent collecting and disposal of waste, order of receipt thereof.
Applications will be received Minimum Qualifications:
Experience: Applicants for each
(both in the Treasury Depart- waxing and polishing floors; dis- Salaries:
until the needs of the Service
grade must have had the number
ment) and Accountant and Audi- infecting, and related duties. Ashave been met.
Salary
and
Promotion—Substitor (various Government agen- signments may be such as to in- tutes are paid at the rate of 55 Duties:
of years shown below of progrescies) .
clude by a limited range of the cents an hour. The entrance salFor the $7,128 Grade—Under sively responsible, full-time, paid
T h e official notices of exami- duties as outlined above, or may ary for regular Mail Handler in very general direction from higher experience in accounting posinations this week deal with Sub- include r o t a t i v e
assignment the Post Office Service is $1,500 a authorities engaged on contract tions:
stitute Mail Handler, Laundry throughout the day, or week, on year. After one year of satisfac- terminations, assumes complete
Grade
Experience
Worker, Auditor (Contract Termi- practically the entire scope.
$7,128—At least eight years.
tory service, automatic promotion responsibility for the development
nations, War Department) and
$6,228—At least seven years.
Mess Attendant—Under super- is made to $1,600 a year, the maxi- and effectuation of adequate adAttendant (a, Hospital, and b, vision, to perform varied and mum salary for this position.
5,228—At least six years, inministrative and technical conMess).
cluding or supplemented by at
miscellaneous duties in connection
The salary named is in each case trol of a total auditing program.
Other Government openings are with the mess hall and kitchen in subject to a retirement deduction Develops and prescribes policies
least two years in accounting
listed on following pages.
positions where the duties inhospitals and veterans homes, and of 5 per cent.
and procedures for the most exvolved supervision of a staff of
the maintenance of cleanliness
Night Work—Mail handlers in peditious and effective operation
Attendant
accountants engaged in the
and order. These duties may in- first- and second-class post offices of the area auditing program.
practical application of accountclude assisting cooks in prepara- who are required to perform night Maintains liaison with plant manHospital Attendant,
ing principles.
tion of meals, assisting in the mess work are paid extra for such work agement and higher authorities
$1,620 a Year
halis as waiters or waitresses, at the rate of 10 per cent of their relative to the organization, progThe experience must have demattendants, serving as pan- hourly pay: Provided, night work ress, development and adequacy of onstrated ability in organizing,
Mess Attendant, $1,500 mess
tryman or kitchen helper in the is defined as any work done be- a total audit program. As Chief directing and coordinating activkitchen, collecting and disposal of tween the hours of 6 o'clock p.m. of the burden audit program in a ities in the field of accounting.
a Year
large establishment, directs, su- Applicants' experience must have
(Salaries include the amount waste, busboy duties, care and and 6 o'clock a.m.
maintenance of mess and kitchen
paid for overtime.)
Additional Compensation. The pervises, and coordinates all audit- been of a scope and extent of
Under the veteran's preference equipment, dishwashing, etc. As- present per annum compensation ing activities performed by rep- responsibility sufficient to demonlaws those who have the right to signments may be such as to in- is increased $300 except that an resentatives of the various War trate conclusively the ability t o
veteran preference must be con- clude but a limited range of the employee paid on an hourly, fee, Department bureaus and by rep- perform the duties of the positioin.
sidered for this position before all | duties as outlined above, or may part-time, or per diem basis, shall resentatives of other agencies
Substitution: Applicants may
assignment receive an increase of 15 per cent having contracts with a large
other persons. Applications will include r o t a t i v e
substitiute year for year for the
be accepted from persons not en- throughout the day, or week, on of his earned basic compensa- establishment. Arranges confer- experience prescribed above, up to
titled to preference ivho live practically the entire scope.
tion, but such increase shall not ences with military and civilian a maximum of two years of exin the place of employment or the Qualifications Required:
exceed an average of $25 per representatives or other agencies perience, (A) study successfully
immediate vicinity of the place
Experience—Applicants are not month for the fiscal year of frac- and representatives of corpora- completed in accountancy or busitions holding Government conof employment, but such persons required to possess any specific tional part thereof.
including their legal and ness administration in a college or
can be considered for employment length of experience in the perEmployment
Opportunities — tracts,
university of recognized standing
only in the absence of eligibles formance of work comparable to From the eligibles resulting from accounting counsel, relative to (for the $7,128 and $6,228 grades)
entitled to military preference.
that outlined in the statement of this examination it is expected to technical and controversial mat- or study successfully completed in
All applicants, veterans and duties above, but will be given make certifiication to fill existing ters of policy and procedure, and accounting in a residence school
non-veterans, can get applications credit for training and experience and future vacancies in the posi- the application of special laws, (for the $5,228 grade), or (B)
in Room 119, U. S. Civil Service shown in their applications which tion of Substitute Mail Handler, regulations, decisions and rulings, teaching of accounting in a colCommission,
641
Washington tends to fit them for the perform- and ocasionally in the position of which affect the program.
lege or university of recognized
ance of the duties of Attendant Regular Mail Handler, unless it is
Street, New York 4, N. Y.
For the $6,228 Grade—Under standing.
positions.
No Written Test Required
found in the interest of the serv- administrative direction of higher
How to Apply:
Closing Date:
ice to fill any vacancy by rein- authorities engaged on contract How to Apply:
1. Pile the following forms with statement, transfer, or promotion. terminations, assumes complete
Applications will be received
1. Applicants must file the forms
until the needs of the Service the Secretary, Board of U. S. Civil Almost invariably appointments responsibility for the development and material listed below, all propService Examiners, U. S. Veterans are made to substitute positions and effectuation of adequate ad- erly executed, with the Dir2c:or,
have been met.
Note: Deduction will be made for Administration Facility, Bronx 63, and promotions are made to regu- ministrative and techincal control Second U. S. Civil Service Region,
quarters, subsistence and laun- New York:
lar positions according to senior- of a total auditing program in an Federal Building. Christopher St.,
A. Application Form 60;
dry, when furnished.
ity of appointment. Substitutes area. Initiates and develops au- New York 14, N. Y.:
B. Card Form 4007-ABC;
Opportunity for Advancement:
are required to be available for diting policies and procedures,
A. Application Form 57.
C. Form 4008.
Appointment to these positions
duty on short notice, and their maintains liaison with plant manB. Form 14 with the evidence
D. Form 14 with the evidence employment may consist of only agement and higher authorities
inr the Veterans Administration
It calls for, if applican s desire
relative to the organization, progit calls for, if applicants desire a few hours a day or week.
V ill give the employee an opporto claim preference t;:nuse of
ress and adequacy of a total audit
to claim preference because of Duties:
tunity for advancement through
military or naval se;;lce.
military or naval service.
merit to Hospital Attendant, SP-2,
To load and unlod trucks, truck >rogram. As a technical expert,
2. The necessary form may be
2. Necessary forms may be se- mail in the post office, set up and nterprets and implements auditsalary range $1 620 to $2,043; to
Occupational Therapy or Physio- cured:
take down bag racks, make simple ing policies and procedures, acting obtained from the DL-ecLcr, SecA. From the Secretary, Board distribution of parcel post; oper- as a trouble-shooter or special ond U. S. Civil Service Rogion,
therapy Attendant, SP-3, salary
of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, ate, clean and oil concelling ma- advisor on the technical aspects Federal Building, Chrlslohpher
range $1,752 to $2,190; and to
U. S. Veterans Administration chines, and to perform similar of the audit program. Arranges St., New York 14, N. Y., or at any
Head Attendant. SP-3, 4, or 5,
Facility, Bronx 63, New York.
salary ranges $1,752 to $2,190, $1,conferences with military and ci- first- or second-class post office in
duties.
B. From the Director, Second Minimum Qualifications:
970 to $2,409, and $2,190 to $2,628,
vilian representatives of other which this notice is posted.
U. S. Civil Service Region, Fedrespectively.
(All salaries indiApplicants must have had at agencies and corporations holding
eral Building, Christopher St., least 3 months experience in man- Government contracts relative to
cated include overtime pay.) The
New Yorkk 14, N. Y.
appointee will also have opportunual work involving strength and technical problems, controversial
TITLE EXAMINER TEST
ity for advancement to more reC. At any first- or second- sustained physical effort.
matters of policy and procedure,
According
announcement
sponsible positions in other lines
class post office in which this Note: In any case, applicantts and the application of special made today tobyan the
Municipal
of work carried on by the Veterans
notice is posted.
must show that they are able to laws, regulations and decisions Civil Service Commission, the
Administration
in
accordance
which affect the program.
read and write.
NYC Housing Authority will be
with his demonstrated efficiency
Note: Persons entitled to veterans
Laundry Worker
For the $5,228 Grade—Under included in a forthcoming promoand qualifications.
preference should include in the administrative direction of tion examination to Title ExamiWar Dept., New York Area
Place of Employment:
their experience statement the higher grade auditors engaged on ner, Grade 3. The test had preU. S. Veterans Administration
duties performed while serving contract terminations, assumes viously been announced for the
Places
of
Employment:
Army
Facility, N?w York (Bronx Counin the armed forces.
administrative and technical re Law Department and the Borough
installations
in
the
metropolitan
ty) , New York.
Credit will be given for all valu- sponslbility for the direction and President, Bronx.
area.
Duties:
able experience of the type reClosing E'ate: Applications will quired, regardless of whether
Hospital Attendant—Under sube
accepted
until
the
needs
of
the
pervision, to perform varied and
compensation was received or
miscellaneous duties in connection service have been met.
whether the experience was gained
with the care of patients in hosSalaries: Pay rates for day work- in a part-time or full-time occuC o l l e g e
pitals or sanatoria, and the main- ers range from $29.64 to $45.24 pation.
tenance of cleanliness and order. for a 48-hour week; night work Strength Test:
These duties may include assist- rates are from $32.60 to $43.47.
Applicants will be given a strength
test which will consist of shouldering and carrying a mail sack and
contents weighing 100 pounds.
A CATHOLIC COLLEGE FOB HOMIN. Om UM »P»TOT*d Hit W ttv.
This strength test will be given
A»erlc*» VaitersiUtt. Campua of 400 » S 5 r IttrfanT reatdanca halU.
S t a n d a r d a ^ r a y j , arU a o d ^ n e e . Commerce, horn. -exJtmlm.
ptt-mtSZ.
to such number of applicants at
UctoMteer, U»cbar training, music. B.A. and i j l dafraa*.
the head of the register as the
A M m m D m , C m v c m i Statfea, N o w Jersey
needs of the service may require.
Those who fail to pass the
strength test will not be eligible
H i e U. S. Civil Service Commission today announced that men for appointment. Applicants will
notified where and when to
and women to serve as Laundry Operators are urgently needed by be
appear for the strength test.
the War Department for duty in Midtown Manhattan. The need for How to Apply:
these workers had been greatly increased because of the large num1. Applicants must file the forans
bers of soldiers now returning from overseas.
FOR CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
and material listed below, all
Among those needed are Washproperly executed, with the Direcers, Loaders and Pullers, Labor positions may be employed at the tor, Second U. S. Civil Service
ers and Extractormen. The pay second or third step rates of pay. Region, Federal Building, ChristoDAILY MASSES-7. 7:30,
1:30, t, I2:IS, 12:45
scale for day work ranges from
SUNDAY MASSES — 1:20, 4, 1, 0, », 10, if. 12, 12.-Si
The need is so urgent that all pher St., New York 4, N. Y.:
Holy
Innocents
DAILY
SERVICES
—
11:50,
f:IS.
3, 5:15. 5:45. 7:30
$27.60 to $34.04 for a 44-hour citizens interested in this work are
A. Application Form 60.
SUNDAY SERVICES ( P . M . ) - 5 : 3 0 and 7:30
128 WEST 37th STREET
week.
B. Form 14 with the evidence
requested to report to William K.
CONFESSIONS
At
all
tima».
N E W Y O R K CITY
it calls for, if applicants desire
Lawson, Recruiting Representa
Night Work Up to $37
to claim preference because of
The pay scale for night work tive, U. S. Civil Service CommisSUNDAY MASSES—2:30. 2:45, 5, 4, 7, 0, ». 10, II. 11:30,
military or naval service.
ranges from $30 to $37 for a 40- sion, at the Quartermaster Laun12, 12:30, 12:45
Francis of Assisi
(For Mambars ot Armad Forcai Only: 1 P.M.)
2. The necessary forms may be St.
hour week. These pay rates are dry, 311 East 94th Street. Man(National Shriaa of St. Anthony) DAILY MASSES-S. 4, 4:30. 7. 0. 1:30. f. 10. 11:10
for the first step, for which no hattan (Tuesday) today through obtained from the Director, Sec(II Tuasday), 12:15
135 WEST 31st STREET
ond U. S. Civil Service Region,
experience is required. Persons Thursday, between 9 a.m. and
CONFESSIONS — Evary day et Ike yaw trom 4:30 A.M.
N E W Y O R K CITY
Federal Building, Christopher St.,
to 10 P.M.
with experience in any of the p.m.
f
U.5. N e e d s Laundry Help;
Pay to $ 3 7 for 4 0 Hours
eft. <S/
Church Announcements
JOB NEWS
CIVIL SERVICE LEADER
I W f e y , September 4, 1945
Page EWwi
United States. I t s officers function m other Government agencies whose interests justed compensation, insurance, and retirecounselors of Embassy or Legation, diplo- extend to or are affected by world develop- ment pay. Investigates all violations of
matic secretaries, consuls general, consuls, ments. The Foreign Service officer must the penal provisions of the acts adminand vice consuls.
Officers in the top be able to observe analyze, evaluate and istered by the Veterans' Administration
grades are eligible for appoihtment by the report upon political, economic, financial, but more particularly in connection with
President as Ambassadors or Ministers, industrial, labor, social, and cultural con- guardianship matters. Investigates all matai\d about two-thirds of these ranking ditions and trends of signficanee to the ters in connection with supervision of
representatives now serving the United United States. He may be called upon to guardianship estates, particulraly with reStates in foreign capitals have been ap- negotiate treaties or other international spect to investments, expenditure*, and
pointed from the Foreign Service. In agreements. An Important part of his bonds, and the social and economic weltimes, there are Foreign Service work is the promotion of the foreign fare of wards. Submits reports on all
Five titles in t h e U. S. Veterans Administration in normal
matters investigated; certifies records or
officers stationed In more than two hun- trade of the United States.
and fifty key cities all over the
Other duties include assistance to Ameri- the absence thereof and performs such
New York State a n d in Lyons* N. J . , will provide, it is dred
world.
can shipping and seamen, Issuance of other duties including court appearances,
expected, scores of vacancies f o r veterans.
The Foreign Service officer is a rep- passports to American citizens and visas as assigned.
resentative abroad of the United States to foreign visitors,
VOCATIONAL ADVISOR
While these titles are subject to
Government and tbe American people; he
14,300 and $3,640 a Year, Plus
the recruitment stop order, It k throughout their training and checks the interprets, for the information and guidFIELD EXAMINER
Overtime Pay
•aid they will be among t h e first adequacy ef the training; serves aa co- ance of h i s Government, the official acts $8,319 a Year, Plus Overtime P a y
to be thrown open t o recruitment ordinator in the supervision of trainees and the public opinion of the country in Places of Employment: Veterans' Admin- Place* of Employment: Veterans' Adminwhich he i s stationed; he endeavors at
istration
Regional Offices, located at
in
a
training
Institution;
prepares
reports
when t h e ban is lifted. Only v e t - and correspondence riving facts and con- all times to promote good will and com- istration Regional Offices, located at
Albany, Batavia, and New York, N. Y.,
Albany. Batavia, New York, N. Y., and
erans c a n get application blanks clusions In cases »r problems of complex mon understanding, to eliminate causes of
and
at
Lyons,
N. J.
Lyons, N. J.
international friction, and to safeguard
Duties:
now, except for the title of Train- character.
constantly the long-range interests of the Duties:
Under
the
supervision
of a Vocational
Officer, for which a hurry call
Through Investigation, devolps evidence
United States and the American people.
connection with oil types of claims, Rehabilitation Officer in a Field Office of
was Issued. I n this title both vetREGISTRATION OFFICER
The Foreign Service also offer oppor- in
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on Next
Page)
erans a n d non-veterans m a y a p - $2,980 a Tear, Pins Overtime P a y tunities for specialization in many diversi- including compensation, pension and adfields. The Foreign Service serves not
ply. U. S. Civil Service Commis- Places of Employment: Veterans' Admin- fied
istration Regional Offices, located at only the Department of State but all
sion, 641 Washington Street, ManPAY AND EVENING CLASSES FOR
Albany, Batavia. N e w York, N. Y., and
hattan, h a s all applications.
at Lyons, N. J.
Scores of V . A . Vacancies
Expected to be O p e n S o o n
Servicemen and women and veterans have exclusive veterans
rights for Foreign Service Officer,
State Department, besides.
TRAINING OFFICER
14,304, $3,640, and $2,980 a Y e w ,
Plus Overtime P a y
Place* ef Employment: Veterans' Administration Regional Office's, located at
Albany. Batavia, New York, N. T.. and
Lyons, N. J.
Unties:
Under supervision of the Vocational Rehabilitation Officer, with latitude lor independent j u d a ^ n t and with supervisory
responsibility ^varying with the grade, assists in organizing and administering: the
vocational rehabilitation training- in the
area to wheh assigned, including contacts
with educational institutions, Federal and
State agencies, industrial concerns, or
other Institutions which may afford training opportunties to veterans; formulates
courses of instruction and programs of
training for individual trainees; locates
agencies affording appropriate training for
disabled veterans and enters disabled veterans for training into training facilities
so located; supervises trainees individually
S C H O O L CLERK &
Jr. S C H O O L CLERK
FALL EXAMS — NEW
INTENSIVE
COACHING COURSE—ORGANIZATION
MEETING—FREE.
Tuesday, Sept. l l t t i , 7 : 1 5 P. M.
BROOKLYN ACADEMY
182 Henry St.
Cor. Montague St.
Brooklyn 2, N. Y.
The scope of Review course will be
outlined at the first Free meeting, covering Arithmetic, English, Office Practice, School Records and Accounts,
Tabulations, and secretarial procedures.
Current Mimeographed Notes and Answers for sale to candidates who cannot attend coaching course.
Dictation 50-120 WPM at each session.
For further information write to
D A V I D J KAPPEL, M.A.
Gregg and Pitman Steno. A Type.
2360 Cornaga Ave., Far Rockaway, NY
or call Far Rockaway 7-4489
after 4 P.M.
DIESEL
EXCELLENT
CAREER
OPPORTUNITIES
DAY-EVE. CLASS NOW FORMING
AVAILABLE
TO
VETERANS
UNDER G.I. BILL. IF
QUALIFIED
Call, phone, write
Dept. L
HEMPHILL SCHOOLS
FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICER
$8,500-83,400 ap, Plus Overtime
butiks
The Foreign Service of the United States
is under the direction of the Secretary
of State, and is charged with the conduct
abroad of the foreign relations of the
Tr «i H
NOW
PEACETIME •
POSITIONS I
i
\*
SECRETARIAL-ACCOUNTING
DRAFTING - JOURNALISM
DAY, NIGHT. AFTER BUSINESS
SEND FOR CATALOG
DRAKES
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WASH. HGTS. W. 181st St.
BROOKLYN FlatbushAv.
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One of the World's Oldest and
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Learn t h e operating method
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L«ty the Basis f o r Permanent
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Proof of age and free physical
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Be a Technician
in
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Dental Assist'g Course, I Weeks
MEN and WOMEN urgently needed in
hospitals, laboratories and doctors' offices. Qualify NOW for these fine positions. Call or write. Get Book U.
Morn., aftn., evg. Classen now forming!
Training Available
Under G.I. Bill
MANHATTAN
ASSISTS'
SCHOOL
Licensed by the State of New York
00 E. 4«d St. (Opp. Grand Cent.)
MU £-6234
Speed Dictation Course $35
(8 Weeks, 24 Sessions)
Legal and Q St A — 1 7 5 w. p. m.
Mon., Wed. & Fri., 8 P. M.
First Meeting Sept. 10
Advance Registration
Limited Enrolment
BOWERS
233 W. 424 ST.
The Automatic School
Mrs. Wilson, Chief Instructor, Room 400,
4th floor, fiO HI DrsON ST., N. X. C.
Downtown Manhattan. West Side, just
north of Chambers St. Phone WOrth
2-7:iOO, EXTENSION 6 0 6 .
Qualified technicians in demand!
Day or Evening courses. Write for
free booklet "C." Register now!
ST. SIMMONDS SCHOOL
2 East 54th St.. N.Y.C. El 5-3480
Veterans Qualifying Under G. I. Bill
Are Invited to Complete High School
Course for Diploma.
Request Fall Schedule
Chartered by State Board of Regents
(45th Year)
CONSULT DEAN TOLK
ERON PREPARATORY S C H O O L
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Tal. MAIn 2-2447
ENROLL NOW I
DRAFTING
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electrical,
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B r o k e r s E x a m i n a t i o n in D e c e m b e r
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rV/na
I N S T I T U T E OF
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Law Stenography and
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STUD* AT PACE—Law Stenography . . . Court Reporting . . .
Conference Reporting . . . High
Speed Technical Rusiness Dictation . . . Preparation for all these
and other fields of advanced
shorthand work can be made at
Pace Institute. Classes taught by
reporters. Separate classes for
Gregg and Pitman.
EVENING CLASSES — SEPT. 20
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Telephone: BArclay 7-8200
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225 BROADWAY
NEW YORK 7
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Brooklyn 1 , N . Y.
MAin 4 - 4 2 1 1
ASSISTING
COURSE
8 WEEKS
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Fall Term—September 24. Free Tuition
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The State Institute
of Agriculture
Farniingdale, Long Island
p * n-i-o
Radio Technician-Communication
And Radia Service Courses
Day and Evening Classes
American
Radio
Institute
101 W. 63d St.. New York 28. N. Y.
Approved under G.I. Bill of Rights
Prepare now for poit-war opportunities. Dey
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Exams
RADIO-TELEVISION
ELECTRONICS
Home Study
t^aTVE^'
EXAMINATION
DAY AND EVENING — M E N AND WOMEN
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Kind of course
Z F ^ t t
MEDICAL
Special physical course for men w h o have passed the written examination
for Patrolman and Fireman and w h o are waiting t e iek« the physical.
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PLeta 3-4885
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Term
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Architectuarl, Mechanical, Electrical, Structural Design, Building
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28« W. 4 1 .
WI 7 2086.
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BORO HALL ACADEMY—Flutbush Ext. Cor. Fulton St.. Brooklyn.
ited. MA. 2-2447
Aircraft Instrument*
N. Y. SCHOOL OF AIR-CRAFT INSTRUMENTS, 1800 Broadway.
invited.
Refer te AoCi*4>
01 6-0345.
Veterans
Auto Driving
A. L. B. DRIVING SCHOOL—Expert Instructors, 620 Lenox Ave., AUdubon 3-1433
SPRINGHURST ALTO DRIVING SCHOOL—1111 Longwood Ave., DA 3-8854 (Bob's):
Jerome Ave. Sc. 1701b St., JErome 7-7600. Safety dual control cars.
BROADWAY AUTO SCHOOL, 3 3 0 3 — 8 t h Ave. at 134th Street. Special Course $10.
UN 4-8680.
Business Schools
MERCHANTS A BANKERS', Coed. 07th Year—220 Eu«t 42«d St., New York 0 * r .
MU 2-0986.
Business and Foreign Service
LATIN AMERICAN INSTITUTE—11 W 42 St. All secretarial and business subjects
in English Spanish. Portuguese. Special courses in international administration
and foreign service. X.A 4-2835.
Cultural and Professional School
THE WOLTER SCHOOL of Speech and Drama—Est. over 26 years in Carnegis Hall.
Cultured speech, a strong, modulted voice, charm of manner, personality, thorough
training in acting for stags, screen and radio, etc. Circle 7,4262.
Drafting
NATIONAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, 66 W. 42nd I t . ; LA 4-2080—MechMtfoal
Architectural. Day. evenings. Moderate rates. Veteran* qualified invited.
Elementary Courses for Adnlts
THE COOPER SCHOOL—316 W. 139th St., N.Y.C. specialising in adult education.
Mathematics. Spanish. French-Latin Grammar. Afternoons, evenings. AU. S-5470.
English and Arithmetic
EASTERN INSTITUTE, 140 W. 4 2 St.: WI 7-2987.—All branches. Our private lessons
teach you quickly.
Music
NEW YORK COLLEGE OB MUSH) (Chartered 18781. All eranefcea Da* and evening
instruction. 1 1 4 Eabt 86 St. BUtter field 8-9377. N. Y 28, N. Y.
Pattern Designing
CHIC SCHOOL, 36 W. 3oth St. (WI 7-4673)—Dresses, Suite, Coats. Free Booklet L.
Public Speaking
WALTER O. ROBINSON, Litt.D.—Est. 30 yrs. in Carnegie Hall, N. Y. C. Circle 74262. Private and class lessons. Self-confidence, public speaking, platform «*portmsui. effective, cultured speech, strong, pleasing voice, etc.
Radio Communications
MELVILLE RADIO INSTITUTE, 4ft West 46th St.. N. T. C — A radio school wanaged by radio men. Training available to qualified veterans.
*
Radio Television
RADIO-TELEVISION INSTITUTE, 4 8 0 Lexington Ave. (4Ctb S t ) . K. Y. 0 . Das sad
evening. PL 3-4586.
Refrigeration
N. Y. TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, 108 6th Ave. ( 1 6 ) . D . j . Eve. classes now forming.
Veterans invited.
COMBINATION BUSINESS St HOOL, l ^ ' w ^ ' l J i f t St. UN 4 3170. Sec'l. Adult. Ed«.
Grammar, High School, Music. Fingerprinting Office Ma-h.
HEFFLEY * BROWNE SECRETARIAL SCHOOL, 7 La!aytue Ave., cor. Flatbusfc,
Brooklyn 1 7 . NEvine 8-2941.
Day and evening.
WESTCHESTER COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 6 2 9 Main St., New Hoc he He, N. Y. Accountlug, Stenographic. Secretarial. Day k Eve. Sessions. Enroll now Send for booklet.
GOTHEAM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. Secretarial. Accounting, Office Machine Courses,
Day-Evening Classes. Co-ed. Enroll for Fall term. Booklet, 605 Fifth Avenue
(at 42nd St.) VA6-0334.
MRS. SKINNER'S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL. Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping,
Business Subjects. Day and evening sessions. Miiu-olu: 1 6 6 1 Franklin Ave.,
Garden City 9778. Great Neck: 70 Middle Nick Road. Great N w k 3199. Ko«kville Center: 2 6 3 Sunrise Highway, Hockville Centei 2299. Huntington: a ? *
New York Avenue, Huntington 6 6 6 .
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r m r
U S. Seeks Guards in N Y C ;
Industry Lists M a n u a l
O p e n i n g s for Thousands
s e r v i c e
JOB NEWS
l e a d ™
Where to Go
To Get Positions
Through
USES
Tuesday, September 4, 1*45
from $100 to $366.50 a month, plus
bonuses of 33 1 / 3 to 100 per cent
depending upon the location of
voyages. M e n will be given a
$5,000 risk insurance policy without charge. Proof of citizenship
is required. I n accordance with a
ruling of the U. S. Maritime Commission, citizens of nationals of
Germany or Japan may not be
employed on U. S. ships. Apply a t
87 Madison Avenue, Manhattan;
205 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, or at the Bank of Manhattan
Building, Queens Plaza, Long Island City.
YOURS!
A littl» more
than
2eveRyl*"
Pom par vaaation whims with e * w
25 w a y s to hav# lun, including
Tannls, Swimming, Boating,
M V ^ ^ Handball, Riding. Recorded
MUsicalea, Dancing. Arts
S^L
& Craits, a n d All Other
Sporte. Indoor Recrea'
Hons. E n t e r t a i n m e n t
S U C « I S T I O N : ^ L G f l t l a s Oood Eat_
. .
Ing. Marry CornConditions b e l n g ^ k
pony.
Cheery
what thay ar«. w a
Quarters, Ragurge y o u la MAKI ^
"J""-®"^.? MSIRVATIONS NOWI \
„''PhVne*
WOOOBOUME, N T Til. WOOMWMt 1150
Men and women looking for
With the end of the war, all manpower controls have been dis- jobs through the United States
continued, and war workers are free to seek employment at any time
Employment Service will save
and at any place. Many are being returned to civilian industry,
themselves time and trouble by
thousands of other opportunities for civilian work are opening up
making sure they apply at t h e
all the time.
right office.
Office workers should go t o
Here are current job openings, Railroad Retirement Board office,
10 East 40th Street, M a n h a t including
Government
Guard, 110 West 42nd Street, or at t h e
Conductor
Jobs
tan.
with directions on where to ap- U. S. Employment Service, 40 East
Subway Conductors and Mainply. Note the address carefully. 59th Street, Manhattan.
Building a n d Construction
tenance Mechanic Helpers, m e n
Also consult t h e "Where to Go"
workers are registered at 465
over 21, are wanted to work for
box printed on this page.
Government Guards
Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.
the NYC Board of Tsanpsortation • A DllKHTFUl HIDEAWAY M IK MOUNTAINS
Men can find employment as
If the particular jobs should be
Persons w h o seek work i n
throughout the city. N o experifilled, the USES h a s many other Guards for the Government at
hotels, restaurants, hospitals
TO
RELAX
ence is required for subway con- I N V I T A T I O N
Sheepshead Bay. Applicants must
openings.
and building maintenance, will
t h e serenity of Plum Point, Gorgeductors, w h o start at 75 cents an oEnjoy
be under 55, in good physical conLaborers
u s countryside, outdoor activities delicibe interviewed at 40 East 59 th
hour, receive 78 cents a n hour ous food—and f u n . a f i -•{.•>?• n
Laborers, physically fit and ac- dition and have a mature and
Street, Manhattan.
during the second year, and then, Only 5 5 miles from
gffi!?!^^^^^
tive men, c a n get work with a commanding appearance. VeterIndustrial workers, in a n y
when assigned to a train as conMnke Reservations
.tnnjl^yj^lWiV/^yye
Long Island City firm. T h e e m - ans will be given preference. They
line of industry except t h e
ductor, earn 80 t o 90 cents an
Early
ployees will load and unload cars will be asigned to brig duty, shore
needle trades should register a t
hour. Mechanics' Helpers must
and trucks, and learn to operate patrol, special details such as t h e
87 Madison Avenue, M a n h a t have a knowledge of electrical
a brick press. This is inside and atres, barrack patrol and escort
tan; at 205 Schermerhorn St.,
machine shop or building trades •
ATTRACTIVE KATES f
r * t l BOOKIE*
outside work, so there is no loss duty. The pay is $92 to $109 a
Brooklyn, or at the Bank of
to earn 80 cents a n hour. Men M H a w Windsor. N Y. j Wawfcwrjfc 4 2 7 0
of time due to weather conditions. month, plus room and board, and
Manhattan Building, Queens
will start on the night shifts on a
The pay is 83 cents an hour, with an allowance of $82 for clothing.
Plaza, Long Island City.
5V2 or 6-night basis, with time
upgrading opportunities.
Work- Work is on the swing shifts, 6
Applicants for jobs in t h e
and one-half paid for work over
ers will be paid for 6 holidays dur- days, 48 hours a week. Free h o s needle trades should go to 225
48 hours. D a y work is assigned
pitalization
and
medical
care
are
ing the year and get one week's
West 34th Street, Manhattan,
on a seniority basis. Apply at the
vacation with pay. T h e work provided by the Government. Apor to 205 Schermerhorn Street,
Manhattan Industrial Office, 87
ply
at
the
Service
office,
40
East
week is 6 days, 48 to 56 hours,
Brooklyn.
Madison Avenue.
with time and one-half credited 59th Street, Manhattan.
65 Miles from
N.Y.C.
Professional a n d technical
R. R. Station: Pawling. N. Y.
for all work over 40 hours. The
U. S. Job as Purser
workers, as well as sales help,
Tel. Hopewell Junction 2 7 6 1
Printing Jobs
plant is easily reached via I R T
Men with payroll and accountare handled at 44 East 23rd
Every Sport & Recreation
Skilled and Unskilled Men and Street, Manhattan, where t h e
subway and bus. Apply at the
ing experience can go to sea as
GOLF
FREE
on
Premise*
Queens Industrial Office, Bank of Women in the printing and pub- Farm Section of the USES is
pursers for the Government. They
Social and Athletic Staffa
Manhattan
Building,
Queens lishing industries can find openOPEN
THROUGH
will make up and keep ship's payalso located.
ings. Experienced m e n get $40 to
ROSH HASHONAH
Plaza, Long Island City.
rolls, cargo clearances a n d maniThere are special offices f o r
$60 a week and include Pressmen
Directors:
fests. They must be able to h a n household
workers
at
220
West
Paul
Wolfson & Sol Rothauser
Railroad Jobs
of all types, Paper Cutters, B i n dle payrolls and type their own
N. Y. Office: 2 7 7 BROADWAY
80th Street, Manhattan; 284
Experienced and inexperienced dery Workers and Plate Makers.
Tel.: COrtlandt 7 - 3 9 6 8
records. T h e pay is $150 a month,
East 149th Street and 29 East
men are needed by a railroad in Experienced
women
are also
plus a 33 1-3 t o 100 per cent
Fordham Road, Bronx, 205
Greater New York and nearby needed, principally in binderies
H O P E W E L L J U N C T I O N N.Y..
bonus, depending o n t h e waters
Schermerhorn Street and 937
New Jersey. Here are openings at wages ranging from 55 cents
navigated. Apply at the ManhatKing's Highway, Brooklyn; a n d
for Automobile Mechanics, Ex- to $1 an hour, depending on their
tan Industrial Office, 87 Madison
90-01 Sutplhin Boulevard, J a press Handlers, Laborers, Help- skill. These industries also offer
ForYojit^caf
Avenue, Manhattan.
maica, Long Island. The Staten
ers, Freight Truckers, Car Load- many jobs for both m e n a n d
Island Office at 25 Hyatt Street,
ers and Unloaders. Wages range women without any previous e x Women Helpers Wanted
St. George, registers every type
from 65 cents to $1.17 an hour, perience. Apply at the ManhatInexperienced women, 18 to 48,
of applicant a n d should be
depending on the worker's skill tan Industrial Office, 81 Madison
are sought for work as helpers
used by all Staten Island resiand the job assigned. Work is on Avenue.
for a biscuit company in Long
dents.
6 days, 48 hours a week, with
Island City. They will learn to
Government Cleaning Jobs
If in doubt as to what office
time and one-half paid for all
do various factory jobs such as
Porters,
draft-deferred men,
you should apply at, call CHickwork over 8 hours a day a n d on
feeding
automatic
machines,
o n State I / H i g h w a y
ering 4-8800.
Sunday. Aliens will be accepted citizens between 20 and 55 years
working at the conveyor belt,
>
for immediate employment either of age, who will do general clean- v
Bundling, and packing. Some of
art t h e Railroad Retirement Board ing work and some heavy lifting,
the work is seated, but women
JEWISH HOLIDAYS 1
office, 110 West 42nd Street or need no experience, but will have pointments without examinations. must be of average height, n o t W
££ stntw m m u n miw n wv m i i i
the United States Employment to present character and previous The job consists of helping regis- extreme i n weight, and be able S :
AIL SPORTS • F a n BOATING
S»,
Service office, 87 Madison Avenue, employment references for Gov- tered nurses take care of patients. to move about quickly. The work
FILTERED SWIMMING POOL •#.
HOMIUKC CUISINI
ernment jobs paying $1,300 a Attendants who live outside of the is for 5 days, 40 hours, a week,
Manhattan.
MMtMAl. nWNMY ATMOWMM
year, plus a 10 per cent bonus hospital will be paid $105 a month, plus time a n d one-half for work
MOABWAT TAUNT IN Oltt flATNOVSV
Shipyards Still Hiring
METAST LAWS • LOW SATIS
Laborers,
Tank and Boiler for night work. The openings are in addition t o two meals, laundry over 40 hours.
There are two
Cleaners, and Mechanics' Helpers in Manhattan and the Bronx, 5 and uniforms. Those w h o live in shifts, from 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., P A R K S V I L L E , N.Y.
are needed by Brooklyn and Man- days, 40 hours a week. Apply a t hospitals will receive $80 a month, and from 2:45 p.m. to 11:15 p.m.
hattan shipyards. Experience is the Service Office, 40 East 59th plus maintenance.
55 cents an hour is paid for t h e
STRICKLAND'S MOUNTAIN INN
unnecessary. These jobs pay 80 Street, Manhattan.
Applicants will be put on the first shift, and 58 cents an hour
Paper
Industry
Opportunities
Located in the Preserve of the Pocents to $1.00 an hour for 6 days,
pay roll on the day they are ac- for the second shift. When they
conos Sept., Oct. and early N o v . is
Skilled and Unskilled Help are cepted. Proof of citizenship or are experienced, employees go on
48 to 54 hours, a week, with time
flaming- foliage t i m e — t h e scenic beauty
and one-half over 40 hours. Day wanted in t h e paper industry. first papers are required, a n d all piece work and c a n average $30
of the mountains is at its best.
The I N N is modern throughout, exand night shifts are available. A There are many openings for i n - applicants must be at least 5 feet to $36 a week. T h e plant is eascellent food, steam heated rooms, all
physical exam is required for some experienced women at 50 and 60 in height. Filipinos will be ac- ily reached by all subways and
indoor and outdoor sports including
of the jobs. Aliens are hired. cents a n hour and up, to start. cepted if they c a n produce evi- buses. Apply at t h e Queens I n golf, tennis and shuffle boards. Lake
nearby.
Apply at the Brooklyn Shipbuild- Skilled m e n are also needed at dence that they are natives of dustrial Office, Bank of ManhatA paradise f o r vacationists, honeying Trades Office, 165 Joralemon wages ranging from 75 cents t o the Philippine Islands. They will tan Building, Queens Plaza, L. I.
mooners, and servicemen and women
Street.
$1.50 an hour. Apply at the Man- not be required t o show first City.
on leave. Apply f o r booklet.
Edmund A. Strickland, Owner-mgt.
Waiters a n d Dishwashers are hattan Industrial Office, 87 Madi- papers. Apply at the General
Jobs for Men in Bayonne
Service Office, 40 East 59th Street,
Mt. Pocono, P a . — M t . Pocono 3 0 8 1 or
sought by a railroad. Experience son Avenue.
Material Handlers, m e n in any
Manhattan.
N e w York Office: IX) 5 - 3 7 1 5
is not essential. Waiters will be
NYC Hospital Trainees
draft classification, can get work
p!vid $113 a month and DishLicensed Ship Personnel
Trainees for Hospital Attendant,
in the Federal Government in
washers $130.40 a month plus men and women between 17 and
Merchant Ship Personnel, i n all
The Cold Spring House
food and sleeping accommoda- 55, can find work in city hospitals ratings from able-bodied Seaman Bayonne, N. J. No experience is
tions provided by the company. in Manhattan, The Bronx, Brook- to Chief Engineer. Experienced required. They will receive 80
Dietary Laws
cents
for
loading
trucks.
Apply
ACCORD
Ulster Co., N. Y.
Men must be able to read and lyn, and Queens. After satisfac- men, with regular licenses only,
All Modern Hotel
87
Madison
Avenue.
write English and present a neat tory completion of a training will be hired. Base wages range
Beautiful Spacious Ground
appearance. There is a physical course, which takes 96 hours, they
Unexcelled Cuisine — Natural Pool*
All Sports — Movies — Casino
examination. Apply either at the will be given Civil Service ap$ 3 7 . 6 0 up. Kerhonkson 8004J or 328®
g E S
pLum point
Max Cohen, Pro]).
Government
Openings
In Reconversion
Jobs
(Continued
from Preceding
Page)
the Veterans' Administration, determines,
in individual cases, -whether veterans are
in need of vocational rehabilitation to restore employabillty lost by reason of a
hundicp due to disabilities incurred or
aggravated in the military or naval service and when the need is established advises and assists the veteran in selecting:
the employment objective deemed most
suitable
to accomplish
vocational rehabilitation.
More specifically, makes studies of occupational information, including; job ananysAi and factors affecting employment
conditions, and applies such information
in comparing occupational and training
requirements with the abilities of the
applicants; assembles, analyzes and records information concerning the abiilities,
education, vocational training and experience of applicants; administers tests of
interest, aptitude and ability and interprets
the results of such tests; interviews applicants and other persons in the kind and
duration of t h e vocational rehabilitation
courses, including institutional and job
training, designed to restore eniployability.
Minimum Qualifications:
ADJUDICATOR
$2,980 a Year, Plus Overtime l'ay
Plates of Employment: Veterans' Administration Regional Offices, located at
Albany. N e w York, N. Y., and at
Lyons, JJ. J,
Adjudicator Duties
Under t h e immediate supervision of authorized officer, responsible for (a) the preparation,
technical accuracy and legal explanation of legal points involved
in the decision of the Rating
Board where the decision is unfavorable to the beneficiary, cb>
the technical correspondence n e c essary to inform the claimant or
his representative of h i s rights
and the evidence necessary to establish them; (c) assembling evidence necessary to adjudication of
claims for disability and death
compensation or pension, accrued
disability and death compensation
or pension, and the statutory
burial allowance, or to adjustment
of emergency officers' retirement
pay by reason of apportionment
or hospital treatment or institutional or domiciliary care; (d) the
preparation and accuracy of stopp a y m e n t s , disallowances and
forms a n d correspondence with
reference to the claims outlined
above; (e) upon direction, contact
with and assistance
claimants
and beneficiaries, their representatives, cooperating agencies and
interested parties in reference to
adjudication matters; (f) field investigation (where field examiners
or contact representatives are not
available) to secure necessary evidence or to clarify points at issue
in claims under jurisdiction of
adjudication division or to secure
information or evidence requested
by Central Office; (g) discharge
of duties in capacity of attorney
for the Government and as an aid
to the claimant; (h) and performance of such other duties as
may be assigned in furtherance of
adjudication activities.
TRIPS TO THE MOUNTAINS
FRIENDS LAKE INN
Open September
Brooklyn
7-PASS. DE L U X E CARS . . . DOOR-TO-DOOR SERVICE . . . MAKE YOUR
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The Board of Officers of the Uniformed Firemen's Association
met and conferred with Fire Commissioner Patrick Walsh. President
Crane submitted questions affecting the membership of the department.
Commissioner Walsh expressed ously been diverted to other uses,
his delight at the co-operative and the Commissioner felt that
Bpirit displayed, and assured the these
moneys properly should be
representatives of the
firemen's
association that he was ready and used for the direct benefit of the
willing at all times to discuss their Firemen.
As a result of this first conproblems with a view toward effecting mutually satisfactory con- ference between the Commissioner
and the new Board Officer, it
clusions.
h a s been decided to hold these
The Commissioner expressed his meetings at least twice monthly
thanks and appreciation to the hereafter.
firemen for their loyalty and unselfish co-operation during the
President John P. Crane of the
emergency created by the end of Uniformed
Firemen's Association
hostilities in the Pacific, and further stated that in the matter of is preparing a questionnaire to be
lost-time and leaves his original submitted to the NYC candidates
order in this connection was mis- for public office, to ascertain their
Interpreted and would be read- position on various problems a f justed to the advantage of the fecting the Firemen.
Firemen.
Ex-Lieut. Charles W. Shea, of
Action on Uniform Fund
The Bronx, holder of the ConCommissioner Walsh also noti- gressional Medal of Honor, is one
fied that the money which had of the veterans seeking appointaccumulated in the "Uniform ment in the Fire Department.
Fund," which represented an ad- Lieut. Shea was awarded the
ditional charge to the Firemen for medal for knocking out three
uniforms, has been turned over German machine nests, capturing
to the Welfare Board of the Fire seven of the enemy and killing a
Department, consisting of the number of others a t Oariglinia
presidents of the various organ- River, Italy. He was commissioned
izations. This monef had previ- on the battle field.
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- Female
WOMEN - MEN
STOCK WORK
Filling-in Letters Experience
Day or Evening & Saturday
FULL TIME
AMERICAN EXPORT AIRLINES At FIFTH AVE. and 14th ST
NEW YORK CITY
Marine Base
LaGuardia Field
Help
Help Wanted — Female
NEW YORK CITY
continue the partnership to the end of
the term. Upon the terminatio nof this
partnership agreement, the right to continue a partnership under this same firm
name and style is reserved to the general partners.
The certificate referred to above has
been sworn to by all the general and
limited partners on July 30th, 1045.
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, as.: I do hereby certify that •
certificate of dissolution of
AUDREY LEE. INC.
has been filed in this department this day
and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation baa complied with Section 105
of the Stock Corporation Law, and that M
is dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official aeal of the Department of
State, at the City of Albany.
(Seal)
this 3rd day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran, Secretary of State. By
Frank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary ol State.
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: I do hereby certify that a
certificate of dissolution of
LANDVALUE DEVELOPMENT CORP.
baa been filed in this department this day
and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation baa complied with Section 10A
of the Stock Corporation Law, and that it
la dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official seal of the Department of
State, st the City of Albany.
(Seal)
this 22nd day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary of State. By
Frank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary of State.
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: I do hereby certify that a
•crtificate of dissolution of
GREENTREE PROPERTIES, INC.
haa been filed in this department this day
and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation haa complied with Section 106
of the Stock Corporation Law. and that ft
is dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official aeal of the Department of
State, at the City of Albany.
(Seal)
this 20th day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary of State. By
Frank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary of State.
The time agreed upon when the con- STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
tribution of the limited partner is to be OF
STATE, sa.: I do hereby certify that a
returned
to him is upon the terminaUon certificate
AIGELTINGER & CO.—Notice is hereby of the partnership
of dissolution of
aa hereingiven that the persons herein named after stated; unlessagreement,
LYN-FRED DRESS CO.. INC.
said agreement is
have formed a limited partnership for sooner terminated at the
has been filed in this department this day
option
of
said
the transaction of business in the State limited partner, should the complexion and that it appears therefrom that such
of New York and elsewhere and have of
change in any respect corporation haa complied with Section 10A
filed a certificate in the Clerk's OfTiee of due theto partnership
addition or subtraction of of the Stock Corporation Law. and that It
the County of New York, of which the partners the
from
any
cause whatsoever; or is dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
substanco is as follows: The name of the
the event of the death of the limited hand and official seal of the Department
limited partnership is AIGELTINGER & in
(Seal)
partner,
at
the
option
estate. Such of State, at the City of Albany.
CO.. looated at 70 William Street New option in either eventof his
to be exercised this 21st day of August. 1945.
York City. The character of the business upon 00 days' notice, and
to
be
given
Thomas J. Curran, Secretary of State. By
is a general and commission business in within 30 days after the happening of
•tocks, bonds and commodities, and in the evert. Any of the general partners or Frank S. Sharp, Deputy Secretary of State.
general, such business as is usually con- the limited partner may terminate the
ducted by dealers in listed and unlisted limited partnership agreement upon 00
Beeurittes.
days' written notice to the other partners STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: 1 do hereby certify that a
The name and place of residence of by registered mail
_ei tiflntite of dissolution of
•ach member is as follows:
compensation of the limited partner
HORN MEAT MARKET, INC.
FItANK W. AIGELTINGER, 80 Brew- is The
interest at 2% per annum upon his has been filed in this department this day
ster Road. Searsdale, New York,
contribution and, in addition, Wil- and tUat it appears therefrom that such
ENN19 K. AIGELTINGER. 80 Brewster capital
liam F. MuHan shall receive 4 0 % of the corporation has complied . ith Section 106
Road, Searsdale, New York,
net profits of the partnership, after of the Stock Corporation Law, and that it
hoth of whom are general partners, and charging
of Frank W. Aigeltinger's salary la dissolved. Given In duplicate under my
WILLIAM F. MULLAN, 435 Summit as an expense
of the business.
hand and official seal of the Department ot
Avenue, Oradell, New Jersey,
No right is given the limited partner State, at the City of Albany.
(Seal)
who is a limited partner.
The term for which the partnership is to substitute an assignee aa contributor this 24th day of August, 1045.
to exist is from the 1st day of August, in his place.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary of State. By
The limited partner is given priority Frank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary of State.
1045 to the 31st day of July. 11)40. and
as to contribution and as to compensation
thereafter, from year to year.
way of income.
The amount of cash and securities con- by No
right is given the limited partner STATE OF NEW YORK, DEPARTMENT
tributed by the limited partner is the sum to demand
and receive property, other OF STATE, se.: I do hereby oerUfy that a
of $20,000. No other property is conthan
cash,
in return for his contribution. certificate of dissolution of
tributed and no additional contributions
In caae of the death of a general partA 4 S NOVELTY EMBROIDERING
are agreed to be made by the limited
ner, the surviving general partner may,
CO , INC.
partner.
subject to the terms herein abyve stated, kM been filed in this department thto Am
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and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation baa complied with Section 106
of the Stock Corporation Law, and that it
la dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official seal of the Department ol
State, at the City of Albany.
(Seal)
this 23rd day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary ot State. Bv
Frank S. Sharp, Deputy Secretary of State
STATE OF NEW YORK, DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: I do hereby certify that a
certificate of dissolution of
FISHMAN-PACKER, INC.
nae been filed in this department this day
and that it appears therefrom that suob
corporation has complied with Section 105
of the Stock Corporation Law, and that it
ia dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official seal of the Department ot
State, at the City of Albany
(Seal)
this 6th day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary of State. Bj
Fiank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary of State
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: 1 do hereby certify that a
certificate of dissolution of
CANMER REALTY CORP.
has been filed in thla department this day
and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation baa complied with Section 106
ot the Stock Corporation Law. and that it
Is dissolved Given In duplicate under my
hand and official seal of the Department of
State, at the City of Albany
(Seal)
this 14th day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary of State. By
Frank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary of State.
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: 1 do hereby certify that a
certificate of dissolution of
VALUE BUTTON CO.. INC.
haa been filed in this department this day
and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation has compiled with Section 106
of the Stock Corporation Law, and th'U it
is dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official seal of the Department
of State, at the City of Albany
(Seal)
this 14th day of August. 1945.
Thomas J. Curran. Secretary ot 8tate. By
Frank S. Sharp. Deputy Secretary of State
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: I do hereby certify thai •
crtificate ot dissolution of
SONDEL REALTY CORPORATION
has been tiled in this department this day
and that it appears therefrom that such
corporation has complied with Section 106
of the Stock Corporation Law. and that It
la dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official seal of the Department of
State at the City of Albany
(Seal)
this 20th day of August, 1945.
Thomas J Curran. Secretary ol State By
Frank S. Sharp, Deputy Secretary of State
STATE OF NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT
OF STATE, ss.: 1 do hcrefcy certify (hat s
certificate of dissolution of
FRISCH DOLL SUPPLY COMPANY. INC.
nas oeen ttleu in rote department this day
and that it appears therefrom that sucb
corporation naa complied witb Section 106
of the Stock Corporation Law. and that it
ia dissolved. Given in duplicate under my
hand and official aeal of the Department of
State, at the City of Albany
(Seal)
this 14th day of August, 1945.
Thomas J. Curran, Secretary ot State. By
Frank A. Sharp. Deputy Secretary ef State
CONSOLIDATED TILE ft DECK COVERI N G S — • Limited Partnership Notice is
hereby given of the filing and recording
in the office of the Clerk of New York
County on the 31st day of July. 1046, of
an amended certificate of limited partnership of Consolidated Tile ft Deck Coverings, dated September 1, 1944, which
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amends the certificate of limited partnership (heretofore filed in said office on
February 24, 1043, and thereafter amended
by ceritficate of amendment filed in said
office on June 24, 1943) as follows: Louis
Detrio, general partner, withdraws as such
general partner. The remaining partners
are: Felix T. Boylan, solo general partner; and Sylvester A. Detrio, John J. Detrio, Anthony Detrio, Albert A. Detrio and
Nobcrt 3. Glasscheib, all limited partners.
The shares of the profits from the copartnership which the general partner, as
well as the limited partners are to receive
are as follows: Felix T. Boylan. 25/75ths;
Sylvester A. Detrio. 8 / 7 5 t h ; John J. Detrio,
8 / 7 5 t h ; Anthony Detrio, 8 / 7 5 t h ; Albert
A. Detrio. 13/75th: and Nobert S. Glasscheib, 13/75th.
Except as specifically
modified, all of the terms, provisions and
conditions in the agreements heretofore
made, not inconsistent herewith and not
expressly modified, remain in full force
and effect, and the business of the limited
partnership is continued by the sole general partner and all of the limited partners, as aforestated. The said amended
certificate became effective September 1,
1944. Signatures and acknowledgments of
the withdrawing general partner, and the
remaining general partner and all limited
partners are affixed to certificate of
amendment filed July 31, 1045, as aforesaid.
CITATION—The People of the State of
New York, by the Grace of God, Free
and Independent. To: Ellen B. Speiden; E.
Norman Scott, Jr.; Delia Gurnee Tyrwhitt;
Margaret Gurnee Scott; Penelope Gyneth
Scott; E. Norman Scott, 3rd; Bell Gurnee;
Lucy Gurnee Thorndike; Mary G. Hoppin;
Walter Gurnee Dyer; Elislia Dyer; Lucy
Gurnee Cumming". Cordelia Guinea Stagg;
Isabel Gurnee Thorndike Phillips: Helen
Thorndike
Dclaficld;
Gladys
Winifred
Thorndike Hare; Harriet Tailer Dyer;
Daisy Dyer; Grace Gurnee Dyer; Elisha
Dyer, Jr.; Gurnee Cumming; Ziba Bennett
Phelps, 3rd; Isabel G. T. Phelps; Mary
Annette Townsend Phillips; Eleanor Delafield; Harriet DelafieW; Lucy Winifred
Hare; Kathryn Sargeant Hare; T. Truxtun
Hare. 3rd; Harry Thorndike Hare; Creswell M. Mieou; S. Pearec Browning. Jr., as
successor Trustee; Evelyn Scott Chapman;
Mary Evelyn Scott; being the persons
interested as creditors, distributees, er
otherwise, in the estate of Walter 8.
Gurnee, I, deceased, who at the time of
his death was a resident of New York
County. Send Greeting:
Upon the petition of William Nelson
Cromwell, residing at 12 West 49tli Street
in the Borough of Manhattan. City. County
and State of New York, and E. Norman
Scott, residing at BrooUside Drive, Greenwich, County of Fairfield and State of
Connecticut.
You and each of you are hereby cited
to show cause before the Surrogate's Court
of New York County, held at the Hall of
Records in the County of New York, on
the 25th day of September, 1945, at halfpast ten o'clock in the forenoon of that
day, why a decree should not be made
judicially settling the account of William
Nelson Cromwell and E. Norman Scott as
Trustees under the Last Will and Testament of Walter S Gurnee. 1, deceased,
and linyiiy dischargii* the said .William
Nelson Cromwell as such Trustee upon
compliance with the decree of this Court
dated April 18. 1915.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have
caused the seal oi the Surrogate's Court
ot the said County of New York to be
hereunto affixed.
WITNESS. Honorable James A.
Foley, a surrogate ot our »aid
County, at the County of New
(L. s.)
York, the 20tl» day ot Junt,
in the year of our Lord One
thousand nine hundred and
forty-five.
GEORGE LOESCH,
Clerk ot the Surrogate » Court.
TOH!
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Surgical
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New York Surgical Appliance Co.
We manfacture and repair abdominal belts, trusses, arches, braces,
clastic stocking, office or residence
service. 1 3 2 Lexington Ave., NYC
MUrray Hill 8 - 4 5 5 2 .
Public
Typist
Stenographer—Work neatly and accurately completed. Standard rates.
F a s t service. Vera McMillan, 2 6 5 W.
I l l St. No. 6B MOnument 2 - 3 7 5 6
AFTER
HOURS
TIRES T1RR8-TIREB—Have
Aen
Recapped. Rebuilt
Rotreaded and
Vulcanized by Experta at the
RIVERSIDE T I R « SERVICE
3 7 0 9th Aye., UOngaere 5 - 8 3 0 4
«t
H A V E YOUR TIRES RECAPPED
and vulcanized in our modern factory. 8-hour service. Special discount on new tires to all city employees.
Radin Tire Co., Tire Specialists.
621
B.
Fordham
Rd..
Bronx. FO-4-7975
Fishing
Equipment
Fishing Tackle and Equipment. All
kinds of bait, tackle, rods, repaired.
Yacht and boat supplies. General
Hardware. Ship Chandlers. Sheepshead Marine Supplies. 5J1S7 Emmons
A v e - Brooklyn N. Y~ DE 0 - 8 9 2 2
Window
Household
Accessories
V E N E T I A N BLINDS. Also glazing
of every descripiton.
Beautifully
designed mirrors to modernize your
home.
Call Meyers tc Son for
prompt service. 2 4 0 7 Surf Ave.,
Coney Island. ESplanade 2 - 8 9 0 8 .
Necessities
Schools
Reynoldsvale Nursery School, Summer Nursery Camp, Boys and Girls
2-6 yrs. Huntington, L. I.
Huntington Bay. 6 acres. Salt watei
swimming on private sandy beach.
All play activities and equipment.
Pony riding. Limited enrollment.
Mrs. D. Reynolds Beach, Director.
83-34 L e f f e r t s Blvd.. Kew Gardens, L. I. VI 9-2999.
Dressmaker
DOROTHE'S EXCLUSIVE DRESS
SHOPPE—CREATIONS IN STYLE
AND FASHIONS aa seen in Harper's Bazaar. Vogue, etc.. featuring
exquisite suits, street and cocktail
dresses for Spring and Summer.
Most complete store c»f its kind in
city. 2 7 0 St Nicholas Ave. (Cor.
124th St.)
UN. 4 - 7 7 9 0 .
MARGO. "A Smart Dress a t a
Smart Price. " 2 6 8 Bleeeker St., between 6th and 7th Aves. CH 3 - 8 5 6 0 .
All- sizes.
Secretarial
Course
SECRETARIAL COURSE IN EXPERSONAL INTRODUCTIONS FOR
CHANGE FOR SERVICES! Acquire
SERIOUS MINDED PEOPLB, All
actual part-time experience in field
Jetcel ry
Religions. All Ages. Finest Refer
.vou select: Medicine, Advtg. Buyences and Recommendations. Con- CAPITOL JEWELRY CO., 5 6 5 W. ing, Publishing, etc. (Comptometry
fidential Service. Interview Free 1 4 5 Street, near Broadway. N.Y.C. oper. inc.) Entrance fee is only
Helen Brooks. 1 0 0 West 42nd St, EDgecombe
4-7777.
Diamonds. cost 1 SECRETARIAL EXCHANGE
Corner 6 t h Avo.. Room 6 0 2 . Wis- Watches. Jewelry. Cash or credit. ( 1 0 t h y e a r ) . 2 2 0 West 42d Street.
consin 7 - 2 4 3 0 .
Expert watch A jewelry repairing. W 7 - 0 0 3 8 .
General
Bradley's
Column
•
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Postage
SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS, GIFTS
—all occasions.
Also appliances :
alarm clocks. Juicers, ate
FOR
SMALL g i f t ahopa. Unique personalised plan. Small lota wholesale
Municipal
Employees Servioe
41
Park Row.
Nursing
Tire*
Druggists
G U I D E
Stamps
DON'T THROW THOSE S T A M P S
AwAYI
They may have value.
Send 3o tor "Stamp Want L i s t "
showing prices we pay for 0 , S.
stamps. Stampazine. 316 W. 42nd
St.. New York.
Cleaners
CLEANERS A TAILORS—A trial
will convince you of our efficient
service. "King" The Tailor Special
Design. P A H . Cleaners A Tailors.
5 3 2 W. 1 4 5 St. (near B r o a d w a y ) .
AUdubon 3 - 8 8 6 0 .
P. Hale, Prop.
Typewriter*
•TYPEWRITERS, adding, calculation
machines Addressograplis.
mimeographs Rented. Bought. Repaired.
Sold.
Serviced.
Wormser
Typowriter and Adding Machine Corp.,
952 Broadway at M St. AL 4 - 1 7 7 S
Photos
CHAUFFEURS, PASSPORTS—Hack
and civil service photos while you
wait. Photostats, auto, general insurance. Notary public.
Veterans
discharge
papers.
CU
6-8869.
WILLIE HARMON, 3 2 1 Schermerhorn St., Bklyn. Cars f o r road
tests. Open evenings.
Photostats
and
Photos
PHOTO A RECORDING STUDIO.
Souvenir
photos
and
recording.
New equipment,
popular
prices.
Special consideration civil servico
employees. C. J . MATTEO, Prop.,
6 1 7 F u l t o n St., Brooklyn.
Merchndism
Wanted
RHINESTONES WANTED.
cash paid for rhinostones in
worn costumes, banding, hand
in any condition. Bring or
items to ROYAL ORNAMENT
High
old
bags
mail
CO-
1000 N e e d e d V e t e r a n s Canvassed
A t N e w a r k For Exam They M i s s e d
War Agency
The Municipal Civil Service Commission today
sent
letters to persons who missed the physical part of the
1942 Patrolman examination to determine if military
service was the cause of their failure to appear. Similar
letters have been set to those who missed the last Fireman
examination.
An extraordinary labor ciisis
faces the Office of Dependency
Benefits in Newark, N. J.
The ODB is in urgent need of
more employees—and needs them
now.
The letter which assures those unable to appear for the physical
Present immediate needs are for
600 clerks at CAF 2 ($1,959.60 a who are, or were, in service of tests which were held from July
year, for a 44-hour week.) Also their rights to a special test fol- 2 to August 21, 1942, because of
military duty and wish to take a
needed at the same salary are 400 lows:
"Our records show that you special physical test, please retypists and 25 experienced IBM
passed
the
written
test
held
on
By Brigadier
General John / . Bradley
(Ret,)
port to Room 707, 299 Broadway,
key punch operators.
June 6, 1942, for the position of NYC, not later t h a n August 31,
The critical situation, paradoxi- Patrolman,
Police
Department.
1945, with your honorable discal in the midst of mounting unyou were in the armed forces charge or any other credentials
employment
elsewhere in the of "If
the
United
States
and
were
in your possession to prove t h a t
country, was revealed today by
your absence was due to military
Brig. Gen. Leonard H. Sims, USA,
service.
Acting Director of this large activity of the Army Service Forces.
"Arrangments will be made t o
"We are in immediate need of
have you examined at a later date.
the clerks and typists to continue
"If you are still in the military
the administration of the family
services of the United States and
allowance and Class E allotments
wish to be considered for a special
The rights of those veterans who have ben reinstated under upon which 16 million members of
physical test, but are unable t o
the 1945 Federal Employees Pay Act have been defined by Comp- soldiers' families so largely deappear at the offices of this Cam*
troller General Warren as not to include benefits of within-grade pend," he stated.
mission because of military duty,
Finds Rule Complicates Matter
it is urgent that you report with
advancements greater t h a n those for non-veterans. He said:
"Our problem is complicated by
your credentials as soon as you
"The new statute and regulaThe
position
of
Foreign
do not grant to veterans any charged from the armed services. the fact that we may recruit the Service Officer, with promo- are able to do so in order that
required skilled personnel from
arrangements may be made t o
greater benefit to within-grade
Mr. McNutt said that surveys
salary advancements than are show that even if medical school only two groups under the present tion possibilities up to $10,- have you examined before the
U.
S.
Civil
Service
regulations.
provided by law for non-veter- enrollments, admissions and grad000, is being filled by the termination of the eligible list on
We may hire, first, former servSeptember 16, 1946.
ans."
uations had been maintained at icemen and servicewomen and U. S. State Department from
"Very truly yours,
"Furthermore, the statute is levels prevailing before recent others entitled to military pref- i;he ranks of men and women
"S. H. GALSTON,
not effective for pay purposes changes in Selective Service poli- erence, and second, those employ"Executive Director."
prior to July 1, 1945. Therefore cies there still would have been a ees of other Federal agencies a f - in the armed services, as
well as veterans of the presa veteran must have been restored post-war shortage of thousands fected by reduction of force."
hereafter to a position properly of doctors and an even severer
The list of acceptable
re- ent war. These are career
classed as 'permanent' to be en- shortage of dentists.
cruits, he added, includes vet- jobs.
titled to the benefit of the new
With a goal of 8,000 students erans' wives and widows who are
Discharge is obtainable on selaw with respect to within-grade for medical
and
pre-medical entitled to military preference,
for appointment, to be
salary advancements.
schools and 4,000 for dental and also veterans of previous wars, lection
made as the result of a written
pre-dental
schools,
the
War
Manlikewise entitled to military pref- examination to be held throughTenure Controlling •
"Whether a position is 'perma- power Commission, with the co- erence.
out the U. S. on November 19 and
Palmer's "SKIN SUCCESS" So«p is a »/«•! m/ soap
operation
of
the
Army,
the
Navy,
Applicants living in Newark 20. There are 400 openings. Apply containing
nent' or 'temporary' is determined
the same costly medication as 104 year
the
Veterans
Administration
and
may apply at the ODB at 213 by mail to Board of Examiners proved Palmer's "SKIN SUCCESS" Ointment. W h i p
by the tenure of the appointment
the
medical
and
dental
profesup
M
M
rich
cleansing, tOJUl MEI>I< ITI<>.\ with
Washington Street. Those who
held by the employee at the time
the Foreign Service, P. O. Box finger tips,' washcloth
or brush and allow to remain
sions, will place the story of the live in surrounding States may for
be is restored to civilian duty.
592,
Princeton,
N.
J.
Complete
o
f
on 3 minute*. Amazingly quick results come to m a n p
opportunities in the medical and
afflicted with pimples, blackheads, itching of"Hence, if a veteran be restored dental professions before men in apply through the nerest office of ficial details were published in skint,
ecaema, and rashes externally caused that need t k o
in a position classed as 'tempo- the armed forces who are sched- the United States Employment The LEADER, issue dated Au- scientific hygiene action of Palmer's "SKIN SUO»
CESS" Soaj). Far your youth-clear, soft l o v e l i n e s v
gust 21.
rary' in which a non-veteran uled for discharge in the near Service.
give your skin this luxurious 3 minute foamy medica*
would not be entitled to receive future.
lion-treatment. At toiletry counters everywhere 2So
any within-grade salary advanceor
from S. T. Browne Drug Company, 127 Water
No
Navy
Yard
Overtime
Raise Came, but Job Went
Educational information will be
New York 5, N. Y.
ments, the veteran, also, would supplied through veterans emAn employee of the U. S. Civil
not be entitled to count military ployment representatives in local For Celebration Days
Service Commission regional o f service for the purpose of paying offices of the United States EmFirst it was declared a holiday, fice in Winston-Salem, N. C., was
him a higher rate of salary within ployment Service, the Veterans
the grade than a non-veteran Administration and local Selective then it was announced that it recently awarded a meritorious
wasn't really a holiday, so the Navy within-grade salary increase of
would receive in the same posi- Service boards.
Yard employees in Brooklyn who $60 a year for a suggestion that
tion."
worked the two days that the she submitted for improving the
•f NERVES, SKIN AND STOMACH
"Permanent" in One Sense
Kidneys. Bladder. General Weakness.
Draft- Deferment Plan Changed Japanese surrender was celebrated office administration. The suggesLame Back, Swelles Glands.
Non-veteran
employees
who
The certification plan for draft just get regular pay, nothing extra. tion resulted in the abolition of
The law says that overtime can her own job.
hold war service indefinite ap- deferment of registrants under 30
PILES HEALED
pointments are and have been re- years of age is off, effective Sep- only be paid for work on a legal
POMitive P r o o f ? F o r m e r p a t i e n t s
r a n tell you how I h e a l e d t h e i r
OWI will fold up, but its lush,
garded as occupying "permanent" tember 15. There remain rela- holiday, and the White House
piles w i t h o u t ItoHpllals, k n i f e o r
positions for the purpose of tively few registrants whose de- statement said it wasn't a holiday, colorful, well-edited propaganda
pain. »
^
granting within-grade salary ad- ferment requests require support- so the Navy Yard isn't paying magazine, Victory, will keep goConsultation F R E E ,
X-RAY
overtime for working. Meanwhile, ing. Inside story is that Crowellvancements under the Classifica- ing certification.
Examination
i
tion Act.
National Headquarters of Selec- workers at private shipyards in Collier will take it over, retain its
L a b o r a t o r y Tost $2 AVAILARLE
the
neighborhood
did*
get
timepresent
Federal
employee
editor,
tive Service said, however, that a
vakicosk vkins tkicatki)
Ken W. Purdy. The magazine is
- J F K K 8 TO S U I T YOU
Federal Government agency may and-a-half.
for
foreign
consumption
only.
Reports
from
Washington
say
12,000 V e t s S o u g h t
still file written information in
that
all
officials
agree
that
the
support of the case of any regisFor M e d i c a l and
trant in an activity in which it is intent was to pay overtime to
415 Lexington Ave.
who
interested, even though the for- those Federal employees
Cornsr 43d Si*.,
Dental C o u r s e s
mal certification procedure has worked the two days, but that
Fourth Floor
legal technicalities prevent it
With U. S. facing serious short- been abandoned.
Hour* Daily: » a.m. to 7 p.m., Tusi., |
Employers will be required to They're still looking for loopholes
age of doctors and dentists in the
Thun. « Sat., t-A only; Sun. t Moll.. 10-12 j
post-war period, Paul V. McNutt, submit, prior to September 15, to allow the extra day's pay.
BY E L E C T R O L Y S I S
Chairman of the War Manpower new deferment requests for any
Commission,
has
announced registrants for whom they desire AFL GROUP BACKS O'DWVKR
M.m mIho treated FcivHtH*
— •
plans to enroll immediately 12,000 renewal of deferment. These reThe City Districts Council, Amstudents for medical, dental, pre- quests are to be made by the em- erican Federation of State, County
ERNEST V . CAPALDO
medical and pre-dental school ployer o n the same form as pre- and Municipal Employees, has en- m M L 4 M b ( M o o n M r . N J r * . < H 9 « *
oourses beginning this fall from viously used and filed with the dorsed the candidacy, of William
among veterans now being dis- local boards without certification. O'Dwyer for Mayor of NYC.
V e t s Get N o Preference
O n In-Grade Promotions
U.S. Foreign
Service Jobs
Being Filled
Dr. Burton Davis
Hold On To
Your War Bonds
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Ranking
Civilian
Honor
Goes to ODT Man, 74
Though in h i s 75th year, Wilbur
C. Weyant has received one of the
highest awards that the War D e partment can bestow upon a civilian employee.
Brig. Gen. Leonard H. Sims,
USA, Acting Director of t h e Newark Office of Dependency Benefits which administers family a l lowances and Class E allotmentso f - p a y for t h e entire Army, preented Mr Weyant with t h e Award
for Meritorious Civilian Service.
The presentation was made before t h e assembled officers and
civilian employees of the Collection and Adjustment Branch in
which h e is employed.
T h e citation read: "For meritorious civilian service in t h e e x emplary performance of clerical
tasks a n d for loyalty and devotion to duty which h a s proven an
inspiration to his associates."
Never Late f o r W o r k
r
In making the award, General
Sims said: "Not only h a s Mr.
Weyant performed his duties in
an outstanding manner, but he has
never been late to work. He h a s
never been absent on sick leave.
His keen interest in his work and
his spirit of willingnes and cooperation . . have been an inpiration to the personnel of his
entire section."
With this certificate of award,
General Sims presented a civilian
service ribbon decorated with a
silver wreath.
Mr. Weyant, who lives in Belleville, N. J., is the third employee
of the entire 9,000 at this huge
activity of the Office of the Fiscal
Director,
Headquarters,
Army
Service Forces, to receive this
award. He is the first to be recommended on the basis of an
outstanding achievement in i m proving t h e morale of workers
through an exemplary record of
attendance and performance, according to General Sims.
Laughs at Retirement
The dapper little septuagenarian
h a s a record for promptness e x tending back through the years
to h i j school days. Never in his
life h a s he been tardy for school
S e v e n Local
Tests Listed
(Continued from Page 8)
Seven open-competitive examinations for local positions have been
announced by the State Civil ServKg.». ffijSagfeyjslW
ice Commission Examinations for
these positions will be held o n
October 6, applications must be in
by September 14.
For application blanks, write t o
the State Civil Service Department, State Office Building, Albany, N. Y., or 80 Centre Street,
NYC. Enclose a large envelope
with 6 cents postage. Refer to the
examination number a n d title
given below. Candidates must
have been legal residents of t h e
county or village for at least four
months preceding the date of e x mm.
amination.
wm
No. 2071—Senior Typist, Tompifl
kins County. Salary $1,200. Ap* • V
plication fee $1.00. At present one
vacancy exists i n the County
Clerk's office.
The jobs:
Jk
H
No. 2072 — Administrative Assistant, Westchester County Laboratory Service. At present, one
vacancy exists a t $2,340, plus a
WILBUR C . WEYANT
war emergency bonus. Application fee $2.
No. 2073 — Superintendent of
or for work. In that long life,
too, he has held but three jobs. Maintenance and Construction,
From 1894 until 1931 h e was sec- Department of Public Works, City
retary for the Home Building and of Rye. Salary $3,000. Application
Loan Association in Belleville. fee $2. At present one vacancy
When that firm merged with exists.
No. 2074 — Business Manager,
others he came to the ODB in
Summit Park Sanatorium, RockMarch, 1944.
When questioned about the idea land County. Usual salary range
of retirement, Mr. Weyant laughs. $2,500 to $3,000, plus aw ar emerHaving always worked, he i n - gency bonus of 1V2%. Application
tends, as he says, "To wear away, fee $2.00. At present, one vacancy
not rust away." Further, he is exists.
No. 2075 — Information Clerk,
keenly aware of the tremendous
job still facing the ODB. T h e Westchester County. Usual salary
work of discontinuing accounts, as range $1,080 to $1,320 plus a war
soldier are discharged, will equal emergency bonus. Application f e e
the task of setting up the 8,000,- 50 cents. At present, one vacancy
000 accounts which have benefited exists in the Department of P u b some 16,000,000 dependents of lic Welfare at $1,080.
No. 2076—Telephone Operator,
Army men and women. In addition, the ODB must continue to Westchester County. Usual salary
disburse monthly payments to de- range $1,200 to $1,560, plus a war
pendents of those soldiers remain- emergency bonus. Application fee
ing on active duty either here in $1. At present, two vacancies e x ist in the Division of Buildings,
the United States or abroad.
Department of Public Works at
H B
v
' 1 1
Many of the 300 provisional employees in t h e NYC Hospitals
department are worried about the loss of their jobs, now that the war
h a s ended. As a solution to the problem of handling the provisionals
who have been working for the city during the war, they suggest
t h a t open-competitive examinations be ordered soon for the clerical
Jobs, and that they be given credit for t h e time they have worked.
This is one of the policies of a
group of the provisional clerks
attendants,
clerks,
who have formed a local of the enginemen,
American Federation of State, nurses, technicians, and mainteCounty and Municipal employees. nance workers, and in addition
there will be a joint council for
Bernecker's Return Awaited
Other employees of the Hospi- the handling of overall problems.
tals Department are also enrolling
At present, union officials are
in the AFL group, according to awaiting the return of CommisEugene Helbig, AFSCME business sioner Edward M. Bernecker from
agent. He says that the Depart- vacation to begin discussions on
m e n t is being organized along the establishment of employee
craft lines. Six locals are being relations machinery in the D e formed says Mr. Helbig, auto- partment.
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Latest NYC Eligible Lists
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Promotion to Civil Service Examiner, Municipal Civil Service
Commission
1 Harold Levrne
8400
2 Mildred Perlman
8250
3 William Baris
8275
4 Morris Brownstein
8175
5 Julius Leventhal
7975
6 William Joseph
7850
7 Bernard Berger
7650
8 Irving N. Feinstein
7975
Promotion to Resident Buildings
Superintendent (Housing),
Grade 3, New York City
Housing Authority
1 Joseph T. A. Kennedy
7400
3 Patrick J. Terino
7375
3 Albert Scalone
7325
ALBANY, Sept. 4—The S t a t e
Civil Service Commission is rushing to completion a s many promotion examinations as possible
Senior Stenographer, Insurance by October 1. T h e Commission is
Department, New York Office: 6 anxious to see lists established a n d
candidates, held July 28, 1945. promotions made by that date.
As explained by J. Palmer H a r Rating of the written examina- court, Assistant
Administrative
tion is completed. Rating of train- Director, the commission h a s in
ing and experience to be done.
mind the increment law. E m whose
promotions f o
Senior Stenographer, Depart- ployees
through by October 1 will share
ment of Labor (New York Office): in the April 1, 1946, increments.
26 candidates, held July 28, 1945. In a hectic two-week period, 18
Rating of the written examination new examinations were cleared up
Said Mr.
is completed. Rating of training by the Commission.
Harcourt:
and experience t o be done.
"We don't want to be in a posiSenior Stenographer, Departm e n t of Labor. Workmen's Com- tion where we have held any i n pensation Board: 36 candidates, dividual from receiving his next
held July 28, 1945. Racing of the increment."
written examination is completed.
Rating of training and experi- BOARD'S OFFICES GET
ence to be done.
BENEFIT OF CLEAN-UP
Senior Stenographer,
DepartALBANY, Sept. 4.—Offices of
m e n t of State. Division of Li- the State Civil Service Commission
censes: 18 candidates, held July are being prettied up in prepara28. 1945. Rating of the .written tion for a busy season. Rugs are
examination is in progress. R a t - being shampooed, desks and files
ing of training a n d experience to cleaned and everything brought to
be done.
ship-shape condition.
No. 2077—Head Librarian, Town
of Lancaster, Erie County. Usual
salary $1,800. Application fee $1.
At present, one vacancy exists in
the Town of Lancaster Public
Library.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4—The proposal to furlough
iervicemen with full pay and allowances until they are
placed in jobs—in Government or private industry—has
been challenged by the Veterans of Foreign wars as "a
delaying and makeshift attempt to solve t h e veterans'
employment problem."
National Commander Jean A. Brunner said that the
plan would create endless confusion and might place a
premium on idleness.
M. J. MURPHY RESIGNS
Michael J. Murphy has resigned
as Deputy Industrial Commissioner
of the State Department of Labor after 31 years' service with
the Department. He becomes general manager f o r the Association
of New York State Mutual Casualty Companies on August 31.
Tranpsortation Appointments
The Board of Transportation
made t h e following permanent
appointments: Elias P. Kosachonok, Trackman, 83 cents; Jeremiah
Meade, Bus Maintainer, B, 95
cents; Anthony J. Mastrangelo,
Conductor, 80 cents; Edward M.
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of Labor, several Fire resolutions
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Legislative Committee for support
and action.
These resolutions
cover entrance salaries for probationary appointees; p a y differential in entrance salaries of certain m e n who were discriminated
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Edward G.
Margaret
ROBINSON
O'BRIEN
4 Ralph Prager
7350
"OUR VINES HAVE
5 W. Richard Zobelt, Jr
7325
TENDER GRAPES"
6 Louis Cappozalo
7325
With Jackie " B U T C H " Jenkins
7 Herman Kappenberg
7300
Directed by ROY ROWLAND . . .
8 Daniel F. Desmond
7275
Produced by ROBERT SISK
A Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer Picture
Promotion to Senior Accountant
ON THE GREAT
STAGE
Municipal Civil Service Com.
"HAPPY LANDING" — Festive musical
1 Murry Bergtraum
7900
salute to a joyous homecoming, produced
Promotion to Senior Accountant
by Leonidoff, settings by Bruno Maine...
with the Corps de Ballet. Glee Club,
New York City Housing Authority
Rockettes and Music Hall Symphony Orch.
1 Harry Finkelstein
7800
Reserved Seats May be Purchased
2 Henry Cheikes
7950
IN ADVANCE by Mail or at the
Box Office
3 Angelo Alcamo
7600
Promotion to Senior Accountant
Department of Investigation
1 Edward A. Dundon
9199
COME IN AND PARTAKE OF OUR
2 Jacob Freidman
7800 i DAILY SPECIALS. Delicious Chow Mel*,
3 Charles A. Vesce
7800
tasty sandwiches, appearing salad*, tea
Furlough Pay O p p o s e d
For Jobless Veterans
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Promotions Rushed
Progress Report
On State Exams t
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$1,200.
Provisionals in Hospitals
W a n t Exams Held S o o n
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Le*t Readings an entertainment feature.
R0XY
20»
CENTURY-POX
ncrutE
7th Ave. & 50th St.
The Jubilant Story of G e o r g e
"RHAPSODY IN BLUE"
W a r n e r Bros. 1 Crowning G l o r y
Coatiaeoas
Performances
HOLLYWOOD THEATRE
Air-Conditioned
a
Broadway at 51st Street
John G A R F I E L D
" Eleanor P A R K E R
Dane CLARK
IN WARNER
A!
Gershwin
BROS. NEW HIT!
"PRIDE OF THE MARINES"
773
In
Specialising la
Southern Fried Chicken
Steaks aad Chops
Delicto** Sandwiches aad Salads
Served In the I'oinaetta Room
From ft::tO - » P.M. • Sunday lit - » P.M.
I.uiirh mid Dinner at Moderute Prices
Available (or UuixiuetM and I'artiee
HOTEL CROTONA PARK
RESIDENCE CLUB
E. 170th s r . , N.W. cor. Itobton Rd.
URONX. NEW VORK
U.Vvton :i-OI73 I'liulenee Ulatk. Mgr.
CHARLIE
person
BARNET
And His Famous Orchestra
ALSO
GIL MAISON
BROADWAY & 47th ST.
Zimmerman's Hun*aria
AMERICAN HUNGARIAN
103 Weet 46th St., East of Hway.
BUNNY BRIGGS
Air
S T R A N D Conditioned
Nationally famous for its quality food.
Dinners froui SI.aft, with Music aud
Sparkling Floor Shows.
Daily from 0
P.M. Sunday from 4 P.M. Gypsy and
Dance Orehestraa. No rover ever
»'o|i«
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P L A N N O W to enjoy a l l the g o o d things
l i f e o n y o u r o w n Little Estate a t . . .
SALT WATER BATHING. MOTOR BOATING, GAME FISHING AT IT'S BEST!
ON THE GREAT SOUTH BAY OVERLOOKING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN!
WHERE READERS O F THIS NEWSPAPER C A N BUY
ACREAGE A T WHOLESALE
F R O M N E W Y O R K ' S L A R G E S T ACREAGE
FULL
PRICE
DEALER!
DOWN
Per Lot
5 LOTS IN ONE PACKAGE AND THAT FIGURES ONLY
BUY N O W A N D SAVE!
THIS
famous year-ground play laud within commuting distance to the city, has miles of waterfront, stores, schools, churches, BUSES and the
Long Island Railroad station is right at our property.
Here then is the ideal location for your year-round,
vacation, or retirement home.
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your loved ones can enjoy on this former
MILLIONAIRE'S
ESTATE. Here you can live and play to your heart's content.
You get plenty o f land for your new home and Victory
Garden and at the same time go Salt Water Bathing, Motor
Boating, Game Fishing, and Picnicking all summer, plus Ice
Boating, Ice Skating and Hunting all winter. Therefore, if you
want to live the ideal way the rest of your life, come in, call,
or write today and end your year-'round, vacation, or retirement problem forever.
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the tide of rising prices.
We have sold over 5 , 0 0 0 families at our other communities
on Long Island and we know what the public wants. REMEMBER . . . THE SUBURBAN TOWN OF TODAY IS THE
CITY OF TOMORROW!
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H O W you can build the Bungalow of your choice. • • . W.P.B.
restrictions have been lifted. • • . Model on property $150.00
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