Dad job in 1956

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Dad job in 1956 - - YEARS OLD -- BUT NEW EVERY THURSDAY N. Y.....
- YEARS OLD -- BUT NEW EVERY THURSDAY N. Y.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1956 Firm Bidder Highway $1,777,641.25 for reconstruction of a Route 14-A in Penn Yan of a portion here was received by Department of Public Thursday. Carardori Construction Inc., of Lancaster bidder, according to Press dispatch'from begin on existing 1.3 miles south line and extend generally on new location House road about a mile west of the The new route will via Brown street over Brown and Liberty to rejoin the present 0.6-mile north of project, a 0.67-mile Route 54 will be reconstructed the village line at to connect with the alignment at streets. , carried a Nov.- 1, date. highway will have an surface, and will between curbs in and 24 feet wide outside the project will be of a new two- bridge a'cross the railroad and outlet, and the reconstruction Route 54 from the at Lake street to' connect new Route 14A Brown and Liberty expected to get under a month, following state engineers of all If the low bid is declared after this review, award of the contract made and necessary will be processed. between receipt of execution is normally weeks. for completion by all work will be under of James H. engineer in charge district office all the affected routes during construction. Supper Church harvest supper and sponsored by the Benton Methodist Interview Workers For Michael Stern Coat Production Foreman and Production Manager Arrive Here The new coat shop of Michaels ,tern and company is reported to be getting under way by I. E. Heller, vice-president of thecloth- ng firm. Most or the machinery las been received and installation vill be completed within a week. From day to day more people vill be added to those already lired as the operations progress. Yorkers will be taken on as quick y as they can be integrated in he numerous operations required n making a coat. · Sabatino Baccari is the head 'oreman of the new department and Alf Djuvik is the new production manager. A native of ~taly, Mr. Baccari has worked for nationally known clothing houses n Philadelphia' and Baltimore and ·ecently set up a complete cloth- ng factory in Turin, Italy, work- ng there for two years. He is now iving at 207 Liberty street. A native of Bergen, Norway, Hr. Djuvik attended the Fashion hstitute of Technology at New York university and was recently associated w i t h the CUddeback company in Canandaigua. He ex- ects to make his home in Penn Yan, is married and has one child. Barn While Learning Applicants for work at Michaels Stern will be interviewed by Mr. juvik and given a simple a'pti- :ude test. When they are assigned to a job they will be paid while being trained. Starting rate while learning, under government learner's permit, s 85 cents an hour for the first 280 hours; 90 cents an hour for the next 200 hours. As soon as the workers are able to produce ef- 'iciently, they go on a piece-work basis. Eventually there i will be jobs for at least 150 workers in the coat department, Mr. Heller says, in addition to the 300 already employed in the pants factory. More than a hundred operations are required in the making of a coat and when the plant is m full production some 2,000 coats weekly will be assembled there. The first "pilot" coats have a! ready been sent through the production line and a nucelus of skilled workers from the old plant is now establishing the 'routine of operations in the coat department. 4-H Viet Wesley S. Smith, d service to area -H club agent for s widely known, is rea of service still nto the wide epted a position raining advisor ational Cooperation ion. Yates county's fain, for the agent i Viet Nam, where member of the ension staff which the development of jrogram. Mr. Smith nd assist Vietnamese he bureau of ion, ministry of he development of ural youth and the irovincial 4-H club He said that he ion offers' a great . wonderful ice. Mr. Smith ignation as Yates gent to take effect Vhole Family Going Mr. and Mrs. o Washington, D. or a twc^week 'he Smith family he middle of Saigon, Viet Nam. Their eanne, 14, 'Judith, Rusell, 9, will go Saigon. The family , period of two lot expect to sell tome on West ust east of South Viet Nam owner Indo China. an area a little State of New York xjpulation of about Mr. Smith is a Yorker, having been Saugerties on the on of Mr. and who still reside on a farm and member in Ulster years. He camps and other and was chosen one tate delegates to camp in Washington.- He was assistant Jefferson county student at Cornell where he graduated Did Banner Recalls Campaign

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  2. 20 Sep 1956, Thu,
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