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ABOUT I 
YOU. 

'32'1' 

Coal Koppen Coke 
SUNRIS·E 
"blue coal" 

tH-14 Atlantic Av. , Richm"d Hill . N.Y. JA 6-7900 
~~ -02 !83rd St .• Jamaica, N. Y. HO S-7900 
Poot of Sanford Ave., Plushin&, N . Y. PL 3·S900 

Division of Household Fuel Corp. 

Consulting Engineer • Land Development 

William L. Savacool, C. E. 
116-26 Queens Boulevard 

ELMHUHST 

Phone N.liwtown 9·0322 

Electrical Contractors 
BERKSHIRE ELECTRIC SHOP 

Licensed 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

Lighting Fixtures for Home and Business 
36-17 DITMARS BOULEVARD 
Long Island City 5, N. Y. 

Tel. AStoria 8-8178 

Employment 
Commercial • Technical • Industrial 
Largest Staffed Agency in Queens 

• Immediate Placement • · 

QUEENS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
]. S. WILLIAMS, Licensee 

10th Floor - 29-28 4lst AVENUE 
STillwell 4,.JQIO - Long Island City 

Employment 
Office Help Commercial /11dustrial 

Send Your Requirements to 

B. V. EMPLOYMENT AGEN,CY 
29-28 4lst Avenue - Room 1208 

Long Island City I, N. Y. 
Grace Smith Hedberg 

STlllwell 4-0121 Licensee 

22 

Exterminating 
JOS. P. HOGAN, INC. 
25 Years Actual Experience 

EXTERMINATING 
• RAT PROOFING • MOTH PROOFING 

Termite Control and Wood Treating 
Latest Methods Used 

Contracts and Single Treatments 
Telephone: RAVENSWOOD 6-9038 

Foundry 

 PRINTING 
CORPORATION 



AUTOS 
Buy in Queens • • • Consult these 
member Dealers when in need 
of Automobiles and Trucks 

"L. l.'s leading Ford - Lincoln dealer since J9H" 

SCHILDKRAUT 
SOL. SCHILDKRAUT, Inc. JAMAICA 

611 Lifzm& 4 IDERCURY . 
CORP. CARS • TRUCKS 

• Sales • Service • Parts 
LIBERTY AVENUE and MERRICK ROAD, JAMAICA 

Look to 

Sales 
Parts 
Service 

REpublic 9-2300 · 

(!}[Js for All That's 01ew ! m 
Oldsmobile m 

Sixes & Eights W/ 

PARAGON OLDSMOBIL:E lnco 
56th STREET and NORTHERN BOULEVARD, WOODSIDE 

Phone Hickory 6-6600 

ISLAND PONTIAC ' CORP. 
42-33 Northern Blvd. Long Island City 

AStoria 4-9500 

A •.. ,,. STUDEBAKER 
'J Gives You 

More value per dollar 
Spectacular New Power - Smart New Interiors 

HELMS BROS., Inc. 
90-02 43rd AVENUE • ELMHURST 

HAvemeyer 4-3460 

LENOBEL MOTOR SALES 
INCORPORATED 

CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH 
MOTOR CARS 

NORTHERN BOULEVARD & STEINWAY ST. 
Long Island City • STiffwell 4-4740 

1138 YEARS 11 
Experience in Servicing and 
Selling Buick Is Yours at 

STRANG BUICK 
COMPANY, Inc. 

JAMAICA AVE. at 183rd ST. JAMAICA AVE. at IOlst ST. 
REpublic 9-4300 Virginia 7-6000 

JAMAICA WOODHAVEN 

STAPLETON &. SCHNEIDER MOTOR SALES, Inc. 
75th STREET and NORTHERN BOULEVARD 

Jaclg 

tJljflnctlon 

General Bronze Triple Track All 
Aluminum Combination Storm Windows TAVERN PRiNTING 

CORPORATION 

STillwell 6-4848 30-30 Northern Boulevard, Long Island City 1, N. Y. 
40-34 CRESCENT STREET L. I. CITY STillwell 4-0606 

24 QUEENSBOROUGH 



Kollsman Instrument Develops New Monitor ARMORED CARS 
UNITED ARMORED SERVICE (Continued from Page 5) 

tor to a minimum, the Pressure Moni-
tor is ten times more sensitive to 
changes in pressure than earlier instru-
ments of this type. For instance, the 
Altitude Monitor responds reliably to 
less than one foot of altitude change 
in 50,000 feet. 
Developed independently by Kolls-

New President at Cesco 
(Continued from Page 9) 

1895. Four years later he joined the 
Tengwall File and Ledger Company of 
that city. In 1900 he started business 
in New York under his own name es-
tabfohing Tengwall' s first eastern sales 
agency. Four years later he incorpor-
ated The C. E. Sheppard Company op-
erating as an organization independent 
of its former Chicago ties. 
The company, which grew and pros-

P!=red under his guidance, today em-
ploys a large number of men and wo-
men in the modern, spacious plant lo-
cated in Long Island City, producing 
the comprehensive Cesco line of loose 
leaf binders and forms . 

Remember way back when the big-
gest grab from your pay envelope took 
place after you got home and hung up 
your trousers. 

INDUSTRIAL 
ELECTRICIANS 

• 
TIRET ELECTRIC CO. 
Distrihutors Sterling and Reliance Motors 

- Clark Controllers 

47.4.6 VERNON BLVD. 
LONG ISLAND CITY 

Phones: IRonsides 6·7540 • lltonsides 6-3064 

man engineers, these instruments have 
been designed for sensitivity, compact-
ness, and extreme durability. Substan-
tial orders have already been received 
from manufacturers of automatic pilots, 
and it is anticipated that the new Kolls-
man Monitors will have wide applica-
tion in both military and commercial 
aviauon. 

9th Legislative Dinner 
(Continued from Page 19) 

State-owned & operated TV stations 
-The Temporary State Commission 
on Television for Educational Pur-
poses is studying the Board of Re-
gents proposal for a state-owned, 
state-operated television network of 
11 ultra high frequency stations for 
educational purposes in the s~hool 
system in New York State. 

Memo: Actual cost of the undertaking 
has not been satisfactorily deter-
mined. Estimates of $3,850,000 for 
construction and $2,300,000 for an-
nual operation are based on 1951 
prices and are necessarily outdated. 
Some estimates run as high as $10,-
000,000 for construction. And no 
mention is made of the cost of TV 
receiving equipment for the individ-
ual schools. 

PERSONNEL RESEARCH 
INCORPORATED 

LIE DETECTOR CONSULTANTS 
A complete scientific lie detection laboratory 
equipped to conduct loyalty and security screen-
ings, criminal investigations and personr:el 
research. 
160 BROADWAY NEW YORI{ 38, N. Y. 

PHONE WORTH 4-7512 

LILIEN 
HARDWARE & SUPPLY CORP . 

(From a Tack to a Telegraph Pole) 

HARDWARE 
49-06 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8836 
490 W. Broadway, N. Y. City GRamercy 7-6514 
27-49 Jackson Ave., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8837 

Serving New York & New Jersey - Complete Payroll 
Service - Armored "Jeep" Cars - Daily Collections 

New Jersey Office, 
6 Banla Pl., Hackensack DI. 3-5569 

New York City Office, 
160 B'way, N. Y. C. WO. 4-7512 

UNITED STATES 
DETECTIVE BUREAU 

• INVESTIGATIONS 
• LIE DETECTOR 

• LABORATORY 
• PLANT PROTECTION 

• GUARD SERVICE 
• PERSONNEL RESEARCH 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

WORTH 4-7512 

160 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 38 

Director, RICHARD E. ENRIGHT 
former Police Commissioner, N. Y. City 

BRAKES, -1NC. 
- ..... ~ -~ • • ' ... ... ~ -,e4 • 

Largest Brake Service Station on L. I. 

AIR AND 
VACUUM BRAKES 

EXCHANGE 
OR REPAIR 

• • • Wheel Alignment • • • 

37-16 Queens Blvd. 
Long Island City I 

ST. 4-6417 

416 Third Avenue 
Brooklyn 

MA;n 4-4790 

New York: 535 West 35th Street 
MEdallion 3-3825 

FLUSHING 
PLUMBING 
SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. 

PLUMBING HEATING 
and 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

37-19 Lawrence St ... Flushing 
Telephone FLUSHING 9-6200 

WANTED ' FOR CASH 
TYPEWRITERS 
ADDING MACHINES 
COMPTOMETERS 
CALCULATORS 

WE ALSO SELL & RENT 
Inspection Service - Expert Repairing EVERGREEN 8-4100 

BRIDGEWATER ST. at NEWTOWN CREEK, BROOKLYN 22, N.Y. STillwell 4-4644 

fi!!WIBiWID'IIIDOO\ 
25-20 41st AVENUE, LONG ISLAND CITY 

1 BLOCK NORTH OF IRT·BMT QUEENS PLAZA STATION 

FEHR u ARY, l 9 5 3 25 



WHERE TO BUY 
Classified Advertising Directory compiled by the Chamber of 

Commerce Magazine to guide buyers to progressive organizations that 
are anxious to serve this market. 

Builders 

Walter M. Bordeman & Sons 
General Contra('ting - Engineers and Builders 

Industrial Alterations our Specialty 

12-21 JACKSON AVE. LONG ISLAND CITY 

Phone: RAvenswood 9-7070 

BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS 

Industrial Building & General Alterations 

COMET CONSTRUCTION CORP. 
I 0-37 47th Road Long Island City I, N. Y. 

Phone STillwell 4-9100 

Carpenter 

WM. F. STORCK 
Carpenter - Cabinet Work 

General Contractor 

Z7-03 J11ck•o11 Avenue L. I. Clt7 

Coal 

s·rmwell 4 -5327 

Koppers Coke 
SUNRISE 
"blue coal" 

133-14 Atlantic Av., Richm'dHill, N. Y. JA 6-7900 
770 Chauncey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. GL 5-8672 
Foot of Sanford Ave., Flushing, N. Y. ·FL 3·5900 

Division of Household Fuel Corp. 

Consulting Engineer • Land Development 

William L. Savacool, C. E. 
86-26 Queens Boulevard 

ELMHUllST 

Phone NBwtown 9-0322 

Electrical Contractors 
BERKSHIRE ELECTRIC SHOP 

Licensed 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

Lighting Fixtures for Home and Business 
36-17 DITMARS BOULEVARD 
Long Island City 5, N. Y. 

Tel. AStoria 8-8178 

Employment 
Commercial • Technical • Industrial 
Largest Staffed Agency in Queens 

• Immediate Placement • 

QUEENS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
J. S. WILLIAMS, Licemee 

10th Floor - 29-28 4lst AVENUE 
STillwell 4-1010 - Long Island City 

Employment 
Office Help Commercial Iudustn'al 

Send Your Requirements to 

B. V. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
29·28 4lst Avenue - Room 1208 

Long hland City I, N. Y. 
Grace Smith Hedberg 

STiiiweli 4-0121 Licensee 

26 

Exterminating 
JOS. P. HOGAN, INC. 
25 Years Actual Experience 

EXTERMINATING 
• RAT PROOFING • MOTH PROOFING 

Termite Control and Wood Treating 
Latest Methods Used 

Contracts and Single Treatments 
Telephone: RAVENSWOOD 6·9038 

Foundry 

ul 
A. E. MacDougall, Queensboro Corp. ________________________________________________ Vice-P1·e.riae11t 
John B. McTigue, Andrew McTigue & Sons ------------------------------------Vire-President 
Pierce H. Power, Paragon Paint & Varnish Corp. -------·----------- ... .. l ' ;ce-President 
William L Savacool, Civil Engineer --------------------- -- -- -- --------- __ _ ..... Vice-President 
Alfred N. Warwick, Eugene F. Warwick, Inc. _____ __ ___________________________ Vice-President 
Joseph J. Perry, Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. ------------·-----------------------Treasurer 
William B. Jones, Springfield Gardens National Bank ____________ Associate Treamrer 

DIRECTORS 

To SERVE UNTIL 1955 
Ned R. Arnold 
M. Arthur Cavallo 
H. Austin Clemmer 
A. R. Gledhill 
Douglas W. Hughes 
Thomas F. Kearns 
Malcolm T. Payne 
Oscar F. Schmitt 

Charles F. Bossung 
John T. Clancy 

Hon. Charles S. Colden 
Thomas F. Hanley 
William B. Jones 
Jack Kleinoder 

John B. McTigue 
David C. Stambaugh 

To SERVE UNTIL 1953 
William V. Beardall 
J. Wilson Dayton 
Martin Dorsch 
D. A. Mackin 
Thomas F. Malone 
M. Lester Mendell 
John V. O'Neill 
Thomas M. Quinn 

William J. Carnes 
H. C. Dean 

Commodore J. B. Dow 
Hanford Main 

Arthur McCauley 
John E. Nachman 
Joseph J. Perry 

Arthur W. Wallander 

To SERVE UNTIL 1954 

Hugh G. Bergen 
Thomas F. Gallagher 
C. Grant Keck 
Meredith McBride 
Theodore Newhouse 
Pierce H. Power 
William L Savacool 
John R. Ursini 

Joseph R. ·DeRose 
Simeon Heller 

A. E. MacDougall 
William Meyer 

Philip E. Ohlson 
Morris Rosenwasser 
Edward J. Sovatkin 
Alfred N. Warwick 

SENIOR COUNCIL 

Ambrose B. Acker 
Arthur A. Johnson 
Frank S. O"Hara 

John Adikes 
James A. Lundy 
Clinton T. Roe 

CHAIRMEN STANDING COMMITTEES 

Aviation --------------------------Alfred N. Warwick 
Borough Planning ........ William L Savacool 
Chamber Activities ----------------C. Grant Keck 
Educc1tional -------·----·-····------William E. Smith 
House ·------------------------------Morris Rosenwasser 
Industrial & Labor Relations ____ John A. King 
Legislative ------------------------------John T. Clancy 

National Affairs --------------------Dan A. Mackin 
Nominating ------------------------Joseph R. DeRose 
Public Health ____________ Dr. William H. Miller 
Public Relations & 
Membership ----------------------------Stuart Welsh , 

Trans it --------------------------------------Simeon Heller , 
Transportation __________________________ E. W. Kerwin 

EXECUTIVE STAFF 

P. W. Moore ..... .... Executive Vice-President 
James J. Thornton ________ Asst. Exec. Vice-Pres. 
Lyle W. Forman _____ _______ Industrial Secretary 

J . J. Foley ________ Chamber Relations Secretary 
J_ Lester Giles ___ _________ Membership Secretary 
Frank R. Sherkel ________________ Publicity Director 

QuEENSBOROUGH MAGAZINE 

rrank R. Sherkel ____________________ Manager Editor James J. Thornton ........ Advertising Director 

Telephone - STillwell 4-7700 

24-16 Bridge Plaza South, Long Island City 1, N . Y. 

Subscription - $2.50 a Year to Members - $10 a Year to Non-Members 

Published 11 times a year (monthly except June). Entered as Second Class Matter -
Long Island City, New York 

QuEENSBOROUGH 



1952 Boosters' Club 1953 
Proposed 14 
Ned R. Arnold 

Flushing Bus Depot KO'd 
Proposed 8 

Robert 'f. Norment 
Proposed 5 

Alfred E. Alberts C. Grant Keck 

Proposed 4 
William V De:1rd,l!l Michael Gagliardi 

Stuart Welsh 
Proposed 3 

Fred ]. Behlers Robert Poggi 
William J. Carnes C. F. Pratt 
M. Arthur Cavallo William E. Smith 
Bernard Hallow Alfred J. Woods 

Proposed 2 
Ira H. R. Genet Thomas F. Hanley 
]. Guillo Meredith McBride 

Winroe B. Reed 
. Proposed 1 

Ambrose B. Acker Fred levy 
Carl Becker A. E. MacDougall 
Samuel N. Brimberg Peter Mallon 
William E. Buchman James P. McGowan 
D. Murray Cameron Carl E. Meyer 
John T. Clancy William Nicoll 
Milton Cornell Joseph J. Perry 
C. Edward Dean Pierce H. Power 
Charles Dimon 1. A. Queale 
Jack Drasner William C. Ritter 
Edwin G. Eppenbach William 1. Savacool 
R. H. Fraze Norman Schweizer 
David G. Freedman Abe Shapiro 
James A. Hoffman Joseph Stockinger 
Douglas Hughes Edward Vlasak 
Sid Jacobs William Wall 
Maurice T. John William Welsh 
Sam Kluger Jack Young 

·oPPOSITION TO THE Board of 
Transportation proposal to con-
struct a bus terminal at Willets 

Point Boulevard near the 1939-40 
World's Fair site has been voiced by 
the Queens Chmaber. Simeon Heller, 
chairman of the Chamber's Transit 
Committee, expressed the organization's 
disapproval of "any terminal construc-
tion of a permanent nature" on the 
outskirts of Flushing. 

"Such construction, he declared, 
"would be ill-advised because it would 
remove a viral transportation facility 
from the business section of Flushing 
where- for the best interests of mer-
chants, businessmen and the general 
public-it would serve the needs of this 
community more effectively." 

He asserted that the Chamber would 
not object to the erection of "tem-
porary bus shelters at various locations 
in Queens-to protect bus riders from 
the weather". But he insisted chat even 
these temporary structures "comply 
with building regulations and zonrng 
in respective communities." 

INDUSTRIAL 
PAINTING 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 

Mr. Heller expressed the belief that 
the Board of Transportation should 
"concern itself with a realistic developc 
ment of the Borough of Queens- from 
a transit standpoint." 

"Queens," he stated, "needs rapid 
transit badly. We deserve primary con-
sideration in any forthcoming allot-
ment of rapid transit facilities. Until 
that time, we must struggle along with 
bus service. But that's no reason for 
the Board of Transportation to propose 
the erection of a bus terminal- such as 
the idea for the one at Willets Point 
Boulevard- at a location which could 
adversely affect the business life of any 
community." 

The G_ueens Chamber's interest in 
the Flushing bus problem, he empha-
sized, is "from a standpoint of pro-
moting the general welfare of the Bor-
ough of Queens." He stressed that the 
Chamber does not concern itself with 
"strictly local problems" bur insisted 
that "this is not a local issue." 

IMMEDIATE SERVICE 
REASONABLE RA TES 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION 
PUBLIC LIABILITY 

and 
PROPERTY DAMAGE INSURANCE 

RAvenswood 8-

0585 

If you're building or buying ... 
Make the Ridgewood Savings 
Bank your Mortgage Headquarters 
... Here, you can arrange sound 
financing tailored to fit your needs, 
on terms you can afford ... It is 
your assurance of a good begin-
ning when you buy a house or 
have one built. 

AMONG OUR SATISFIED CUSTOMERS 
1. Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company 11. Lily Tulip Cup Corporation 
2. Bulova Watch Company 12. Lord & Taylor 
3. Ludwig Baumann 13. Natfonal Biscuit Company 
4. Blaomingdale's 14. Pepsi-Cola Company 
·5. Brooklyn Borough Gas Co. 15. Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc. 
6. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 16. Phelps Dodge Corp. 
7. Gen~ral Bronze Corporation 17. Republic Steel Corporation 
8. General Electric Co. 18. Sunshine Biscuit Co. 
9. Hecht's Dept. Store 19. United Parcel Service, Inc. 
10. King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc. 20. F. W. Woolworth Co . 

• 
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• 

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Assets over $160,000,000 

INCORPORATED 

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MAH CH, 19.53 

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Drive Opened 
By Red Cross 
A

N ARMY OF OVER 5,000 Red 
Cross -volunteers is making a house 
to house, apartment house and 

business canvass for funds, according 
to an announcement by Douglas W. 
Hughes, Fund Raising Chairman for 
the Central Queens Red Cross Chapter, 
at a "kick-off" luncheon meeting a< 
Paprin's, 60-21 Roosevelt Avem;e, 
Woodside. 
Mrs. Frank S. Murty, Vice Chair-

man in charge of Community Appeal 
pledged the support of nearly 4,000 
volunteers in the chapter's thirty-two 
communities , who are ready to bring 
the need for Red Cross funds to every 
person. The greatest need for funds is 
for the gamma globulin program, 
whereby Red Cross will seek 2,500,000 
new blood donors so that the serum 
derived from the blood will be used to 
prevent the paralysis following polio . 
This program alone has raised the 

national Red Cross goal to $93,000,-
000, of which the five New York City 
Chapters must raise $7,000,000. 
Chairman Hughes pointed out that 

nearly one half of the Red Cross budg-
et goes for services to the armed forces, 
a responsibility placed upon Red Cross 
by Congress . The Korean War has 
meant the difference between operating 
on a peace time basis and stepping up 
the Red Cross program to a point 
reminiscent of World War II days. 
Last year the Red Cross had its 

greatest expenditure for disaster relief, 
over nineteen million dollars which 
depleted its disaster res"erve fund and 
new funds must be raised in order for 
Red Cross co carry out its obligation 
to the public. 
Borough President James A. Lundy, 

Honorary Chairman of the campaign, 
presented a Prcclamation urging all 
central Queens residents to support the 
Red Cross drive. 

Queens Expansion 

THE EMPIRE MILLWORK Cor-poration has added a 14,400-square-foot -lumber storage building to its 
present plant at Northern and Willets 
Point Boulevards, Corona, according to 
an announcement by the Luria En-
gineering Company, which has the con-
struction contract. 

Martin Elkind of Jackson Heights 
was the architect for the new building. 

MARCH, 1953 

Queens Chamber President Robe rt T. No rmeiet (th;rd fr c 111 left) is shown presenting 
Red Cross pins for voluntee r se rvice to Miss Eileen O'Connell, WMGM disc jockey; 
and Ted Brown, WMGM anncuncer, Kl luncheon in Chamber r mfluencing duties or inducing 
him to prevent or cause strikes. 

Guarding factory machinery (S.1805-
Hatfield, A.1745- Wadlin)-Extends 
to mercantile establishments, restua-
ants places of public assembly and to 
certam other industrial enterprises 
and highway projects, provision ap-
plying to factories for guarding ma-
~hinery to protect workmen, and 
mcludes all belting and equipment. 

Chamber of commerce, definition ( S.-
1447- Erwin, A.1792- J. Johnson)-
Includes chamber of commerce in 
definition of board of trade as mem-
bership. corporation and ext~nds pow-
ers t.o m~!ude a?vancing civic, com-
mercial, mdustnal and agricultural 
interests of territory, to promote 
general welfare and prosperity there-
of and to stimulate public sentiment 
ther.efor; includes powers to act as 
receiver or trustee of property or 
estate in solvency or bankruptcy 
proceedings by court order and to 
act as assignee or trustee for bene-
fit of creditors. 

Hou.sing, multiple dwellings (S.1742-
Pierce, A.1998 - Lama) - Provides 
that dwellings three stories or less 
in height erected after April 18 
1929, and before October 15, 1952'. 

MAH CH, 1953 

instead of 1942 as one or two family 
dwellings may be converted to mul-
tiple dwellings for not more than 
one family on each floor or three 
~amilies in all; excepts frame dwell-
mgs. 

Subm~tering· corporations. (S.1254-
Sorm)-Gives public service commis-
sion supervision over gas and elec-
tric . sub-metering corporations and 
reqmres that other business be kept 
separated in accounting records. 

Rent increase adjustment (A.1500 -
God~ard) - Provides adjustment of 
maxmrnm rent in individual cases 
by state housing rent control com-
mission if there has been no increase 
in maximum rent since March 1 
1950. ' 

Rent increase prohibited (S.1035 -
A.r~hibald, A.1128 - Kelly) - Pro-
hibits landlord from applying to 
emergency rent control commission 
for increase in rent of dwelling un-
!ess lan~lord has at least 25% equity 
m premises. 

Tax .on interstate omnibus (S.2001 -
Fn.edman)-Authorizes N. Y. City 
to impose tax of $1.00 on each inter-
state omnibus entering city, with 
proceeds to be used for general pur-
poses. 

Official referees, eligibility (S.2003 -
Friedman)- Provides that supreme 
court justices after one full term 
instead of after 20 years' servic~ 
may be appointed official referees 
thereof. 

Additional tax limit for N. Y. City 
(S.1664-Halpern, A.2225-Preller) 
- Allows N. Y. City additional tax 
limit until Jan. 1, 1965, of one 
quarter of one percent for construc-
tion and rehabilitation of schools 
and school equipment. 

'Vorkmen's compensation, false claims 
(A.2087-Pitaro )-Authorizes work-
men's compensation board to deny 
benefits to claimant who makes false 
statement or representation in writ-
ing or under oath, willfully and 
knowingly, as to material fact. 

Attorney's fees, compensation cases 
( S.14 70-Koerner, A.2089-Pitaro )-
Requires that attorneys fees as de-
termined by referee or board in 
workmen's compensation case shall 
be paid by carrier in addition to 
compensation award, if claim is con-
tested by carrier. 

Notice of claim against City (A.2157-
Pitaro )~Increases from 90 to 120 
days, period of time within which 
notice of claim founded in tort shall 
be given to municipality after claim 
arises and allows correction of ir-
regularity on application at time of 
trial, without previous notice. 

Bequests, priority payment (A.2158--,-
Pitaro )-Prohibits payment of device 
or bequest except to husband, wife, 
child, descendent or parent, until 
adequate provision has been made 
for support, care and maintenance 
of any person in state or public in-
stitution for which testator was 
-liable. 

Compulsory auto insurance (S.2054 
Hults, A.2392 - Graci, A.2367 

LEGISLATION 
Farbstein)-Prohibits registration of 
motor vehicles, trailers, motor cycles 
and tractors, except tractors used 
exclusively for agricultural purposes 
unless applicant furnishes proof of 
'.lnancial responsibility evidenced by 
msurance, bond or deposit and 
retams same during registration 
period; fixes minimum limits and 
prohibits cancellation without at 
least 30 days notice to motor vehicles 
comr. or until insured receives policy 
from assigned risk plan or sur-
renders registration and number 
pl.ates; comr. may permit person 
with more than 25 motor vehicles to 
be self-insurer; non-resident owner's 
privilege shall be revoked upon evi-
dence of operating without insur-
ance. 

Property damage plan, autos (S.2055 
- Hults, A.2368 - Farbstein, A.2393 
- Graci) - Establishing assigned 
case plan whereby person entitled to 
property damage of more than $100 
?r. cause o~ ~ction for death or bodily 
mJury, ansmg from motor vehicle 
accident against financially irre-
~ponsible person, may file suit with 
msurance supt. who shall assign 
liability to insurer who becomes de-
fendant in action with right to re-
cover from party liable. 

Impounding of vehicle (S.1708-Koer-
ner, S.2267 - Mitchell A.2301 -
Wilson) - Provides for' impounding 
certain motor vehicles involved in 
accidents for which motor vehicles 
comr. is required to suspend regis-
tration certificate and plates or 
operating privileges of non-resident 
owner or operator and if owner fails 
to return registration certificate and 
plates or fails to furnish security as 
proof of financial responsiblity; funds 
received from sale of motor vehicle 
impounded shall be deposited as se-
curity, for buyer or for benefit of 
lienor. 

Idelwild Airport, contracts (S.1021 
W. Mahoney)-Provides for actions 
by persons engaged in business of 
scheduled transportation by aircraft, 
against N. Y. port authority and 
review thereof, for enforcement of 
contracts· for use or occupancy of 
facilities at N. Y. international air-
port. Queens co., subject to consent 
of N. J. 

Banking Law, branch bank offices 
(S.1267 - H;ughes, A.1520 - Preller) 
-Permits bank or trust company to 
open and occupy one or more branch 
offices in city or villa~·e in which 
principal office is located and savings 
bank in city or village of not more 
than 100,000 to open branch office 
in city or village in which principal 
office is located or at a piace not 
more than 50 miles therefrom, and 
if in city of more than 100,000 and 
not more than 250,000, one branch 
office therein and one branch banks 
in larger cities may have branch 
office not more than 50 miles there-
from, with certain exceptions; makes 
change relative to additional branch 
offices for savings and loan asso-
ciation. 

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FEDERAL MACHINE & TOOL CO., INC. 
Designers and Manufacturers 

TOOLS · DIES · JIGS · GAGES · FIXTURES 
SPECIAL MACHINES 

21-16 44th AVENUE • LONG ISLAND CITY 1, N. Y. • EXETER 2-0400 

FEDERAL SERVICES co. 
TOOL, DIE AND MACHINE DESIGN • PRODUCT ENGINEERING 

TECHNICAL CONSULTANTS 

21 -1 6 44th A VENUE • LONG ISLAND CITY 1, N. Y. • EXETER 2-0400 

LOW ASH - PEA - SOFT COAL - BEST QUALITY 

ANTHRACITE & BITUMINOUS 

COAL 
Guaranteed for STOKERS or HAND FIRING 

DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL 

FUEL OIL 
OIL BURNER & STOKER SERVICE 

ASSURED FUEL SUPPLY AT ALL TIMES 
PROMPT DELIVERIES AT FAIREST PRICES 

BE CONVINCED BY PLACING A TRIAL ORDER TODAY 

HAYWARD OIL BURNERS - MOTOR STOKORS 

"DEAL WITH DIETZ" - 52 YEARS OF RELIABLE SERVICE 

PR. DIETZ COAL CO., ~-
Main Office and Yard: 

FRESH POND ROAD and MYRTLE AVE., 
BROOKLYN 27 

HEGEMAN 3-3400 

Branch Yards in Flatbush, Woodhaven, Queens Village and L.l.C. 

Cow pastures could be found among the listings of 

the Halleran Agency in its early years ... and 

among the business men who consulted the Hallerans 

on m.;rtgages and insurance were saddlemakers, 

bootmakers and trottinghorse breeders. 

. .. and the Halleran Agency . . . have changed, 

along with the times. Yellow frame mansions with 

fretwork have been replaced in our listings by duplex 

apartments. We know more about choice apartment 

house locations than cow pastures. But families or 

businesses that need homes, mortgages, insurance -

or appraisals ... still ... after a century 

HALI~ERAN AUB~CY 
REAL ESTATE .- GENERAL INSURANCE - EXPERT APPRAISALS 

137-44 Northern Boulevard, Flushine FLuahinr J.]) 00 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



(Continued from Page 1 7) 

The Committee recommends that the 
following bills be OPPOSED: 

Highway use tax, empty containers 
(A.612 - Wilcox) - Provides that 
exemption from highway use tax on 
vehicular units operated without 
load, shall not apply to empty re-
usable containers, which were part 
of load. 

Business regulations, c.p.a.'s ( S.390-
Brydges A.585 - Brady) - Permits 
candidate for examination in certi-
fied public accountancy to present 
evidence of education equivalent to 
graduation from college with curicu-
lum in accounting, as determined by 
education comr. 

Consumer protection commission (S.786 
- Halpern) - Established in e~e­
cutive dept. a consumer protection 
commission to represent consumer 
public when its interests require, and 
to intervene in actions affecting its 
interests; including rates, prices and 
charges or quality and quantity of 
goods or services are to be charged, 
or where existing rates are adverse 
to interests; excepts right affecting 
labor, appropriates $200,000. 

Study of corporation laws (S.578 -
McCullough) - Creates temporary 
commission of nine appointees of 
governor, three senators and th1:ee 
assemblymen to study laws pertain-
ing to corporations, for simplifica-
tion; appropriates $50,000. 

Industrial home work provisions (A.-
469 - Wilson) - Authorizes indus-
trial comr. to make exception to 
industrial home work provisions for 
clerical work done in home, instead 
of manufacture of articles therein 
for use of persons residing therein 
or for use therein. 

Franchise taxes, general fund ( S.333 
- Horton, A.441 - Lupton) - Pro-
vides that interest, penalties on taxes 
received from franchise tax on busi-
ness corporations shall be paid into 
state treasury to credit of general 
fund after reserving amount for re-
funds, and any excess of tax result-
ing from reassessment shall not be 
charged against taxing district; 
strikes out provision for advances 
for purpose of refund. 

Payroll tax ( S.213-Gittleson, A.269-
Kelly )- Imposes tax of 3/lOths of 
1 percent of employer's payroll on 
employers of less than eight employ-
ees for use by industrial comr. in 
administering unemployment insur-
ance provisions. 

Fair Trade Laws, relaxing· provisions 
(S.300 thru 306 - Helman) - Seven 
amendments to the Fair Trade Laws 
aimed at relaxation of its provisions, 
including S.306-prohibits court or 
judge from restraining defendant in 
action for violations of contracts fix-
ing resale prices under fair trade 
practices, if defendant shows that 
manufacturer, producer or vendor 
permitted or encouraged sales below 
prices fixed in contract by persons 
engaged in sale or retail or to ulti-
mate consumer. 

MARCH, 1953 

Commission to study judical system 
(S.18-W. Mahoney, A.77-Rabin) -
Creates temporary commission of five 
appointees of governor to study judi-
cal system of state and administra-
tion of justice, including court calen-
dar congestion, court procedure and 
selection of judiciary; appropriates 
$100,000. 

Transit employees, extra pay (S.1024-
Wachtel, A.804 - Graci) - Requires 
N. Y. City transportation board to 
pay employees in operating division 
for work done between 4 p .m. and 
8 a.m. additional sum equal to 10 
percent of regular pay. 

Repealing public employee non-strike 
law (S.1026 - Wachtel, A.202 -
Werbel)-Repeals provision prohibit-
ing strike by public employees and 
penalties imposed therefor. 

Formation of debt. of consumer (S.377 
Wachtel A.381 - Gans) - Creates 
debt. of' consumer in state govern-
ment and repeals provision abolish-
ing offices of weights and measures. 

Basic changes in truck tax laws (S.986 
Mannino·)-Requires applicants for 
registration of tractors! agricul~ural 
trucks auto trucks, light delivery 
cars a~d trailers to certify maximum 
load to be carried, and such addi-
tional facts or .' evidence as motor 
vehicles comr. may require; changes 
basis of fees from 100 to 500 lbs. 
maximum gross '.weight of truck plus 
weight of maximum. l?ad to be c_ar-
ried; repeals ;prov1s1( 

SAVINGS BANK 
In Richmond Hill 

MAIN OFFICE: 115-20 Jamaica Ave. at 116th St. 
LIBERTY AVE. OFFICE: 114-19 Liberty Ave. at 115th St. 

In Bellerose 
HILLSIDE AVE. OFFICE: 249~20 Hillside Al(.e. at 250th St. 

t-"ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporcition 

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Q U EENSBOHOUGH 



Talking About Fish 

TO DENIS I. DUVEEN, president of Duveen Soap Corporation of Long Island City, a challenge is a 
challenge. In last month's issue of 
Queensborough, Joseph P. Hogan -
who's head of the Long Island City 
exterminating firm-did a little brag-
ging about his fishing accomplishments. 
He referred specifically to his catch of 
a 53-pound sailfish measuring 7 feet 4 
inches in the West Palm Beach section. 
Mr. Duveen (photo at right) by-

passed Florida to try his luck in the 
vicinity of Acapulco, Mexico. The re-
sult: a sailfish measuring 8 feet 10 
inches, weighing 82 pounds. 
Queens Chamber member Duveen 

belongs to the National Association of 
Manufacturers where he is active on 
the research committee. He is a mem-
ber of the Toilet Goods Association, 
Fragrance Foundation, and the Asso-
ciation of American Soap and Glycerine 
Producers. Born in London, he holds 
chemical qualifications in that country 
as well as France. He is a past master 
of the lodge of Freemasons. 

(Editor's query: next?) 

Andrea Goes South 

A
NDREA RADIO Corporation of 
Long Island City, manufacturers 
of the Andrea "sharp focus" tele-

vision sets, has appointed Ego, C. A. 
of Caracas as executive distributor for 
Venezuela, according to Ramon Mas-
vidal, Andrea's Export Sales Manager . 
Venezuela, the third of the South 

American Republics to have TV broad-
casting facilities, has one station on 
the air and two more stations expected 
before the end of the year. The present 
~ration is located in Caracas, capital 
of the country. 

APPROVED •••• 
AUTOMATIC FIRE 

COMMERCiAL 
INDUSTRIAL 

Queens' Foremost 
Sprinkler Installers 

Violations Removed 
Repairs 

Alterations 

APRIL, 1953 

BANKERS TRUST COMPANY MARK/NC 50th ANNIVERSARY 
(Co ntinued f rom Page 9) 

Even before the Social Security Act 
of 193 7, the Bank had developed ex-
tensive practical experience rn the 
trusteeship of employee benefit plans, 
the volume of which early warranted 
formation of a separate Pension Divi-
sion. The total asset value of employee 
benefit plans for which the Bank is 
trustee is today more than seven times 
as large as it was fifteen years ago. 

After World War II, groundwork 
was carefully laid for expansion into 
the Bank's third major field of service, 
retail banking. First, a number of new 
departments, such as consumer credit, 
were added. Then, within a five-month 
period of 1950, Bankers Trust acquired 
the businesses of three other companies: 
the Banking Department of Title 

Guarantee & Trust Company, Lawyers 
Trust Company, and Flushing National 
Bank. The Commercial National Bank 
and Trust Company of New York was 
merged in 1951; and in January of 
1953 the Bank acquired by merger The 
Bayside National Bank of New York. 

Ve1'0on Expands 

V
ERNON LUMBER Corporation of 
11-12 53rd Avenue, Long Island 
City, has acquired a site at 27th 

Street and Hunters Point A venue which 
will be improved with a modern office 
building and warehouse. 
The office building is now under con-

struction by the firm of Walter Borde-
man in line with the company's ex-
pansion program announced by Presi-
dent M. R. Birk. 

SYSTEMS 

PEERLESS JluTOMATIC 
'spQJNKLEQ COMPANY, INC. 

INSPECTION SERVICE ANO MAINTENANCE 

42-14 CRESCENT STREET Long Island City STillwell 4-6006 

21 



Phrenomenal Growth 
of Telephon;e Co. 

N
EW YORK TELEPHONE Com-
pany's 1952 Annual Report por-
trays the phenomenal growth in 

telephones resulting from the big de-
velopment that has taken place through-
out New York State in the last seven 
years. Long Island shared to a great 
extent in this rapid development, ac-
cording to Douglas W. Hughes, Queens 
Division Manager. 
The New York Company spent over 

$1 billion in new construction in New 
York State since 1946 with just under 
$400 million spent here. More than 
2 Yz million telephones were added in 
the State since 1946; over 900,000, or 
37%, were connected here. This dou-
bled the number of Long Island tele-
phones. 
In 1952, 320,000 telephones were 

added State-wide of which nearly one-
half were connected in Long Island. 
The tax load on telephones is, among 

major industries, exceeded only by that 
on liquor and tobacco. In 1952 this tax 
bite was $40.44 per telephone. The 
Company has offset some of the effeccs 

(Continued on Page 24) 

Chamber, Lundy Fif /Jt Bxtension of fax-Exempt Queensview 
(Continued from Page 13) gross income wi~l not per~it them to 

·1 f · rent or buy pnvate housing or are economy through a curta1 ment o its 1 d · f · · '· · h · d · l d 1 " not p ace in un air competmon wit 
in ustna eve. o_pment. rivate housin . 
. Tax exempnon, he argued, should P g . . 
not be <>ranted for those whose income He warned that family income could 
permits b them to 'b~y private housing incr_ease by all: "unlimited ~mount" 
and thereby pay their proportionate dunng ~errancy in_ the Queensv1ew type 
share of the tax burden. He asserted: of housing declanng: 

"Considering that, in the original "Families with an income of approxi-
Queensview development agreement, the mately $7,000 qualify for admission. 
maximum income of the principal wage But the income considered is that of 
earner of the family could amount to the principal wage eaicner of the family" 
approximately $7,000, and since it is only. It is possible, under the law, for 
likely that a similar agreement will families with an aggregate annual i~­
be sought for this proposed extension, come exceeding $7,000 to qualify for 
it is clear that tax exemption for these admission. And they could also be 
cases results in unfair competition for permitted continued occupancy even 
private housing. And it is unequitable though this aggregate amount was in-
to those .taxpayers who pay 100 percent creased during occupancy." 
taxes on their property. 
"Tax exemption should not be per-

mitted to place cooperative, re-develop-
ment, limited dividend or public hous-
ing in competition with tax-paying priv-
ate· housing. In the case of Queensview, 
re-development cooperative housing-
at the payments cited-is actually com-
peting with private housing." 
Borough President Lundy insisted 

that tax exemption be granted for hous-
ing projects only if: they clear slums, 
provide low rents for families whose 

Wyssmont Leases 

W YSSMONT COMP ANY leased the second Boor at 27-00 Bridge Plaza South, Long Island City, 
from the Rosford Realty Company for 
use as drafting and engineering offices 
and testing laboratories. Broker in the 
transaction was the C. Grant Keck Or-
ganization ?f Long Island City. 

NORTH SHORE FUEL OIL CO. 

22 

INCORPORATED ....•••..••• ESTABLISHED 1933 

DOMESTIC 

AIR 
CONDITIONING 

UNITS 

Oil BURNER 
SALES AND 
SERVICE 

FUEL OIL 

OJ WILLIAMS c ~~:~~!I 

INDUSTRIAL 

FOR HOME 
OFFICE 

COMMERCIAL 

FOR HOME 
COMMERCIAL 
INDUSTRIAL 

General Bronze Triple Track All 
Aluminum Combination Storm Windows 

STillwell 6-4848 
40-34 CRESCENT STREET L. I. CITY 

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SOflACK 
SERVES LONG ISLAND 

No matter where you live in Brooklyn 
or any other part of Long Island, you 
don't have to travel far to find your 
Bohack Store. And no matter which 
Bohack Store you choose, you can be 
sure you will always find the same high 
quality foods, the same low prices and 
the same friendly service. These are 
some of the reasons why so very many 
families have been shopping regularly 
at Bohack's since 1887. 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



long.Range Queens School 
Plans Mapped by lundy More, Not Less Firehouses 
A

SSURANCE FOR school sites in 
future residential areas of Queens 
is being asked by Borough Presi-

dent James A. Lundy. Putting into 
practice a long-range program of ad-
vance community planning, he secured 
support of the Board of Estimate in 
approving a site for Junior High School 
67 in the Little-Neck-Douglaston com-
munity. 

"The policy of getting a site before 
the community is developed," Mr. 
Lundy points out, "assures parents and 
pupils of a school when the area is 
build up. This will eliminate many 
problems we have faced previously 
when schools were considered only as 
an after thought and school sites were 
lost." 

In some instances, he notes, proposed 
school sites had been sold to private 
mterests, leaving no accomodations 
whatever for community educational 
institutions. Pupils were compelled to 
journey to outside areas, risking injury, 
losing time and otherwise hindering 
their educational rights. 

Today's income tax has made more 
liars of the American peo pie than any-
thing else-even including golf. 

FIRE COMMISSIONER Jacob Gru-met received a pointed query from the Queens Chamber: "where are 
the two extra firehouses Queens was 
promised back in 1946?" 

The question was raised in a letter 
from Stuart Welsh, chairman of the 
Chamber's Public Relations Committee, 
who principally asked Commissioner 
Grumet to "make a decision on the 
proposed scrapping of nine fire com-
panies in Queens." 
Chairman Welsh stressed the im-

portance of "deciding on these fire 
houses to assure the orderly develop-
ment of the Borough of Queens," 
declaring: 
"I am certain that the Fire Commis-

sioner was impressed by the turnout of 
Queens citizens at the public hearing 
on Jan. 28 at which the elimination 
of 52 fire companies-including nine 
in Queens-was discussed. I feel that 
those public-spirited Clt!Zens from 
Queens bore out the arguments in favor 
of keeping the nine Queens fire com-
panies intact. They emphasized, in no 
small way, their interest in the welfare 
of their borough. 
"One of the significant facts brought 

out at the hearing however, concerned 
a similar recommendation for the cut-

WANTED FOR CASH 

?ack of fire houses at a similar hearing 
m 1946. At that time, it was recom-
mended that a number of companies 
be eliminated and five be relocated. 
"Queens was to get two of the five 

relocated companies. But, as of this 
date, nothing has materialized. And if 
Queens ha_sn't gotten what it was prom-
ised back m 1946, why should our citi-
zens be satisfied with less-instead of 
more-in 1953? 
The Chamber spokesman pointed to 

what he called an ambiguity" in argu-
ments that valuable real estate would 
be recovered through the elimination of 
52 fire companies. 
"Most of these companies," he stated 

"are located in double fire houses. Con'. 
sequently, one company would still 
contmue to occupy the fire house. Little, 
if any, real estate could be recovered. 
No mention is made of acquiring more 
modern and efficient fire fighting equip-
ment to fill the gap by the proposed 
eliminations. In fact, many of the com-
p~nies up for scrapping are operating 
with the most modern of equipment. 

"Since the City is in no financial 
position to undertake a firehouse-build-
ing program within the near future, we 
suggest that the nine fire companies 
in Queens be retained. 

TYPEWRITERS 
ADDING MACHINES 
COMPTOMETERS 
CALCULATORS 

COMPLETE BROKERAGE SERVICE 

WE ALSO SELL & RENT 
Inspection Service - Expert Repairing 

STillwell 4-4644 

rnurnr; J11i)IDJlllj\ 001 
25-20 41st AVENUE, LONG ISLAND CITY 

1 BLOCK NORTH OF IRT·BMT QUEENS PLAZA STATION 

• STOCK BROKERS • 

EISELE & KING, LIBAIRE, STOUT 
& COMPANY 

Members of New York Stock Exchange 

Charles D. Gilbert, Mu11.ager 

39-01 
MAIN ST. FLUSHING 

IN dependence 
3-2700 

FINER FUNERALS - SENSIBLY PRICED- WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY TOO 
More and more industrial plants are 
having us supply their drug and first aid 
requirements because of our quick service 
and low prices. 
. Write or phone for our latest whole-
sale price list. 

MAIN OFFICI:, LONG ISLAND CITY: 36-10 BROADWAY, AStoria 8-0700 
JAMAICA 

168-31 Hillside Ave. 
FLUSHING CORONA QUEENS VILLAGE 

214 .. 55 Jam.aica Ave. 
FREEPORT 

6!!!9!!!t 
162-14 Sanford Ave. 37-20 I04th Street 
Flushing 3-3430 HAvemeyer 4-1400 HOiiis 4-2251 

47 North Main St. 
F Reeport 9-2749 REpublio 9·8117 

21-12 Newtown Ave. l. I. City 2, N. Y. 

0 VER 5 0 YE AR S 0 F KNOWING HOW Astoria 8-3340 

APRIL, 1953 23 



24 

MAYER MALBIN 
• COMPANY, INC. • 

PLUMBING • HEATING 
and 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 
28-09 JACKSON AVE .• ST. '4-4995 
40-19 36TH AVENUE • AS. 8-1101 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

LILIEN 
HARDWARE & SUPPLY CORP. 

(From a Tack to a Telegraph Pole) 

HARDWARE 
49·06 Vernon Blvd . , L. I. City IRonsides 6-8836 
490 W . Broadway, N. Y. City GRamercy 7-6514 
27-49 Jackson Ave., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8837 

WAGNER 
JEWELERS • 

Long Island's Leading Jewelers 
For Over Thirty Years 

Headquarters 
For Industrial 
and Athletic 
Prize Awards 

TROPHIES 
CUPS 

MEDALS • 
30-78 Steinway Street 
Telephone: AStoria 8-3590 

INDUSTRIAL 
WIRING 

""d New Co11.UEENS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
]. S. WILLIAMS, Licensee 

10th Floor - 29-28 4lst A VENUE 
STillwell 4-1010 - Long Island City 

Employment 
Office Help Commercial lnd11strial 

Send Your Requirements to 

B. V. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
29-28 4lst Avenue - Room 1208 

Long bland City I. N. Y. 

STiiiweii 4-0121 
William J. Wilson 

Licensee 

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Exterminating 

JOS. P. HOGAN, INC. 
25 Years Actual Experience 

EXTERMINATING 
• RAT PROOFING • MOTH PROOFING 

Termite Control and Wood Treating 
Latest Methods Used · 

Contracts and Single Treatments 
Telephone: RAVENSWOOD 6-9038 

Foundry 

<:Pde BRASS & BRONZE FOUNDRY 
BRASS, BRONZE, ALUMINUM CASTINGS 

Jobbing and Production 
51-25 35th STREET 

Bet. Bradley Ave. & Gale St., L. I. C. I, N. Y. 
Phone RAvenswood 9-6038 

Fuel Oils 
Heat with SMITHCO 

FUEL OILS :-: OIL BURNERS 
"Automatic Service" Installed by Experts 

SMITHCO OIL COMPANY, INC. 
C. Otis Smith, President 

35-10 LAWRENCE STREET, FLUSHING 
at ' FLUSHING BRIDGE 

FLUSHING 8-7100 

Insurance 

MALCOLM T. PAYNE 
• Insurance Brokers • 
22-45-31 st STREET 

Bank Building Near Ditmars Avenue 

Lumber 

Long Island City 5, N. Y. 

Telephone: AStoria 8-9600 

CRANE & CLARK LUMBER 
CORPORATION 

For .Builders & Industrials 

55-01 GRAND AVENUE 
Maspeth, N. Y. 

EYergreen 6-4700 Since 1850 

Lumber 
CROSS, AUSTIN & IRELAND 

LUMBER CO. 
Grand Street and Newtown Creek 

Telephone EVergreen 6-7000 

LUMBBR - TIMBBR - MILLWORK 

Lumber 

TRI-BRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY 
19-59 Steinway Street 

Long Island City 

RAVENSWOOD 8-8888 

Lumber 

• Construction Lumber • 

VERNON LUMBER CORP. 
11-12 53rd Avenue Long Island City 

STillwell 4-0200 

Patterns and Matc:hplates 

JOHNSON & KUNZ 
WOOD and METAL PATTERNS 

Match Plates 

48th A. VE. & 5th ST. LONG ISLAND CITY 
Telephon.: STillwell 4-5831 

Photographs 

PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL 
• Black and White • And Color 

FRENI PHOTOGRAPHERS 
3120 DITMARS BLVD. 
RAvenswood 8-2692 

Plumbing and Heating 

9UEENSBORO HEATING CO. 
Authorised GE Dealer - E1i. 1921 

Induatrial Plumbin& • Heatinc • Oil Burner• 
Repairs - Alteration• - Maioteoaoee 

35-04 34tb STREET L. I. CITY 
RAnnswood 8-8281-8222 

Plumbing and Heating 

JACOB STOCKINGER, Inc:. 
Plumbing and Heating 

Industrial anll \Vire - Office Wire 
Flexible Steel Conduit · Thermostat Wires and Cables 
Rubber Covered Wire · Parkway Cables 
Rubber and Lead Cahles Varnished Cambric Cables 
Flexible Cords All Types Power Cahles 
Bare Neutral Armored Cables Armored Service Entrance Cable 
Aerial Wire \1.'eather Proof Wire 

TULLY & DI NAPOLI, Inc. 
CONTRACTORS 

127-50 Northern Boulevard 

Flushing 

Telephone Hickory 6-7000 

ELMHURST CONTRACTING CO., Inc. 
] OHN HAGAN, President 

• 
53-09 97th Place Corona 68, N. Y. 

Telephone: NEwfown 9-9800 

LOW ASH • PEA - SOFT COAL - BEST QUALITY 

ANTHRACITE & BITUMINOUS 

COAL 
Guaranteed for STOKERS or HAND FIRING 

DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL 

FUEL OIIA 
OIL BURNER & STOKER SERVICE 

ASSURED FUEL SUPPLY AT ALL TIMES 
PROMPT DELIVERIES AT FAIREST PRICES 

BE CONVINCED BY PLACING A TRIAL ORDER TODAY 

HAYWARD OIL BURNERS - MOTOR STOKORS 

"DEAL WITH DIETZ" - 52 YEARS OF RELIABLE SERVICE 

PH. DIETZ . COAL CO., ~-
Main Offic:e and Yard: 

FRESH POND ROAD and MYRTLE AVE., 
BROOKLYN 27 

HEGEMAN 3-3400 

Branch Yards in Flatbush, Woodhaven, Queens Village and L.l.C. 

B. SCHWANDA & SONS 
79 MADISON AVENUE 

New York 16, N. Y. 

QuEENSBOROUGH 



Speakers In 
Boro Forum 
THE QUEENSBORO SPEAKERS Forum - sponsored as a Chamber activity - held its first of a series 
of five meetings, at the Chamber's Din-
ing Room, under the chairmanship of 
Lloyd E. Bemis, with Dr. Robert J. 
Dierlam, Professor of Public Speaking 
at Queens College, as speakers' analyst. 
Starting at 6:30 P.M. sharp and end-

ing at 9: 30, the meetings are held on 
every other Wednesday evening until 
June 3rd. While the dinner is in prog-
ress, each member is called upon to 
deliver a two minute impromptu speech 
on a subject suggested by another mem-
ber. Several short lectures, designed to 
acquaint the members with the fine 
points and the technique of good pub-
lic speaking, are delivered by Dr. Dier-
lam. 
Members are again called upon after 

dinner, this time to deliver a four min-
ute extemporaneous speech on a favorite 
topic without ben.efit of notes. 
Participants in this new program 

display a wide diversity . of interests. 
Taking part are attorneys, accountants, 
contractors, salesmen, bankers, tire dis-
tributors, insurance consultants, long 
distance movers, manufacturers and tax 
collectors. All are enthusiastic and de-
termined to be good public speakers. 
Throughout the evening, notes are 

taken by Dr: Dierlam relating to ead1 
speakers delivery, gestures, clarity etc., 
and written criticisms are prepared for 
presentation at the following meeting. 
This course is open to members, 

their employees and non-members of 
the Chamber. The course will be re-
sumed in the Fall after a summer re-
cess. It is anticipated that the course 
will then be extended to at least ten 
sessions. 

THE NEW "GENERAL" 
"SQUEEGEE" 

TIRE 

RECAPPING 
VULCANIZING 

Seated (from left) in above photo 
of initial meeting are: William E. 
Buchman, Insurance Consultant; Chair-
man Lloyd E. Bemis, Certified Public 
Accountant; C. Edward Dean, Branch 
Manager, National City Bank; and 
Stuart Welsh, Associated Return Load 
Service, who is chairman of the Queens 
Chamber's Public Relations & Member-
ship Committee. 

Standing, left to right, are : Walter 
Mariyon and Joseph Chapman, both of 
Durham Aircraft Service, Inc. ; Law-
rence F. Collins, Collins Bros. Con-
tracting Co.; Carl E. Zweidinger, 
Camera Optics Mfg. Corp.; Joseph W. 
Zeller, attorney-at-law ; 0. E. Land-

mark, Hotel Managers Ass'n.; Pat Hig-
gins, Durham Aircraft Service, Inc. ; 
Ned R. Arnold, Tire Distributing Corp. ; 
Joseph W. Zeller, attorney-at-law; 0. E. 
Landmark, Hotel Managers Ass'n . ; Ned 
E. Arnold, Tire Distributing Corp. ; 
Harry G. Milner, N . Y. State Dept. of 
Taxation; Leonard Stimmel, Stimmel 
Winch Co. ; Julius Zigman, Queensboro 
Plumbing & Heating Co. ; R. A. Seebe, 
Patterson, Teele and Dennis; Thos. J. 
Brennan, Mayer Malbin Co., Inc. ; Dr. 
Robert J. Dierlam, Professor, Queens 
College; Howard Meyer, Ronald Solini, 
and Charles Owsik, all cf Durham Air-
craft Service, Inc. ; and Lothar Hutzler, 
Hutzler Mfg. Co. 

lundy Ajde Hails C01nm1mity llole of lndust1ial Benltol's 

IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTIONS to community development by industrial real estate brokers should be ex-
plained at every opportunity to com-
munity leaders, members of the Indus-
trial Real Estate Brokers Association of 
the New York Metropolitan Area were 
advised at their monthlv round-table 
dinner at the Brass Rail, 'Manhattan .' 
"Industry in a community means tax 

revenue for the government and tax 
revenue results in schools, hospitals, 

"AMERICA'S SAFEST TIRE" 

parks and other vital community ser-
vices," according to the guest speaker, 
Queens Chamber member Sylvester 
Pointkowski, execunve manager of 
Queens Borough President James A. 
Lundy's 1,800-man department. 

Practically 3 of every 4 dollars re-
ceived by our g.overnment from income 
taxes are taken . from people earning 
$10,000 and less ·per year. 

THE NEW "GENERAL" 
PUNCTURE SEALING 

INNER TUBE 

GENERAL 
BATTERIES 

ASTORIA TIRE CO. 
THOMAS F. GALLAGHER, President 

NORTHERN BOULVARD at 38th STREET LONG ISLAND CITY STillwell 4-4374 

MAY, 1953 37 



Queens' Fumex Conducting Wal' Against Bugs in Jndust1y 
(Continued from Page 27) 

would be condemned by the Department 
of Health. Too, on Long Island, many 
of the modern-day open plants, built 
upon swampy and sandy terrain, are vul-
nerable to fleas, etc. And do you know 
that the flour of every piece of bread 
you taste or eat has been fumigated?" 
The Fumex Co. is forced to keep its 
work confidential. People still have the 
idea that their neighbors will think 
them dirty because they have an exterm-
inator, despite the knowledge that 
termites and household pests enter a 
home from outside sources, emphasized 
Mr. Schwimmer. 
This explains why Fumex's fleet of 

trucks and cars throughout Queens 
County every day have no means of 
identification on their vehicles. All cars 
are private, with no displays. 
In addition to the ordinary pest con-

trol business, the Fumex Co. operates 
one of the largest Termite Control 
Organizations. To be a termite expert, 
one must be thoroughly experienced 
in building construction in all its phases. 
The Termite Division of Fumex is 
staffed by the most competent authori-
ties on building construction. 
Ver min, such as roaches, bed bugs, 

etc., may enter a structure,. however, 

unlike that of termites. They can be 
brought in on food stuffs, in news-
papers, shipments of almost any kind 
and clothing. Rats and mice may also 
enter a structure because of some fal-
lacy in construction. However, the mice 
can also be brought in in package goods, 
particularly those goods packed in ex-
celsior. 

"Seldom is the Fumex Co. called into 
a dirty home or building because dirty 
places have learned to tolerate bugs-
it is the fastidious and careful people 
who employ our service," Mr. Schwim-
mer confides. 
Fumex Co., founded by a young 

East Sider-one of six children- is ·a 
member of the Queensborough Cham- · 
ber of Commerce, Jamaica Chamber of 
Commerce and the Jamaica Real Estate 
Board. Fumex also is a member of 
the National and Pest Control Asso-
ciation and President Schwimmer is a 
member of the Termite and Wood 
Destroying Organism Committee of this 
Association. 
Mr. Schwimmer, a highly successful 

and benevolent figure in charitable and 
civic-minded organizations, has seen 
many remarkable changes in the chemi-
cal world. Today, chemistry and science 
has brought the extermination industry 

EMPIRE 
MILLWORK CORPORATION 

38 

CORONA, NEW YORK 

Millwork - Flooring - Lumber 

PLANTS AT: SUTHERLIN, OREGON 

• CORONA, NEW YORK 

MICHAEL J. TORPEY I INC. 
• CONTRACTOR • 

50-07 49th Street • Woodside 

Telephone STillwell 4-4650 

to the highest level in history. 
Known as a humanitarian and an 

"eager beaver", who never says "no" 
when it comes to fund-raising for the 
Police Athletic League, the Boy's Club, 
the Y. M. C. A., etc., Mr. Schwimmer 
has citations from the Boy Scouts, 
Father Flanagan's Boys Town, the 
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, the 
Police Athletic League, the Mary Im-
maculate Hospital in Jamaica, the Jam-
aica Day Nursery, the American Red 
Cross, the Salvation Army, the March 
of Dimes, the Boys Club, the Evangeli-
cal Lutheran Church of the Holy Trin-
ity, the Temple Israel for his fund-
raising efforts. He has obtained the 
highest rank in the Masonic Order. 
· Asked what was his key to success 
in th.e exterminacing business, the 41-
year~old "Termite Control King' ' 
answered; "Service is our business 
service 1s what we sell." 

Big Brothers Active 

V 
OLUNTEER BIG BROTHERS 
spent 8,500 hours individually help-
ing boys in this City last year, ac-

cording to Henry B. Guthrie, Chair-
man of the Big Brother Movement, in 
the organization's annual report. These 
hours were devoted by business and 
professional men in Manhattan, Bronx, 
Brooklyn, and Queens 

VuEENsBoROUGH 



Greater New York Fund 
·opens Drive in Queens 

TONI ARDEN, singing star of stage, radio, TV and Columbia Records, helped to kick off the 1953 Queens 
· drive for The Greater New York Fund 
on April 29 at the Forest Hills Inn. 
Key civic, religious, educational and 
business leaders of the borough attended 
the luncheon-meeting which signalized 
the start of the borough's campaign to 
raise $450,000. 

G. Keith Funston, city-wide cam-
paign chairman and president of the 
New York Stock Exchange, was the 
main speaker at the luncheon. Willard 
A. Shoemaker, 1953 Queens chairman 
and district manager of the Shell Oil 
Company, presided and appealed to all 
business groups to give more conscien-
tiously and generously than ever before. 
He emphasized the increasing need for 
health and welfare services in Queens 
due to the continued and rapid growth 
of the borough. 

Borough President James A. Lundy 
proclaimed May as "Greater New York 
Fund Month." 

1952 OUEENS CONSTRUCTION 
Statistics furnished by Department of Housing and Buildings, Bureau of Records 

NEW BUILDINGS COMPLETED - 1952 NEW BUILDINGS FILED - 1952 

CLASSIFICATION 

RESIDENCE NO. OF ESTIMATED 
BUILDINGS BUILDINGS COST 

One Family -·····---········-3293 ........ $32,095,344 
One Family & Business 2........ 26,000 
Two Family -----·-······---2267 ........ 22,268,545 
Class "A" Multiple 
Dwelling ··-----·-······-·· 186 ........ 105,541,037 

Miscellaneous ---·-········· L...... 15,000 
Total Residence 
Buildings ------·······---5749 ........ 159,945,926 

ACCESSORY TO 
DWELLINGS 

Private Garages .......... 1297........ 1,615,762 

COMMERCIAL ' 
BUILDINGS 

Stores ················---········· 
Offices ··········-···---········· 
Factories ..................... . 
Warehouse-Storage ···--· 
Garages ·---·---·--·········---· 
Gasoline Ser Sta-
Repair Shop ---········-

Miscellaneous ·-----········ 
Total Commercial 
Buildings ____ ----········ 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

48 ....... . 
22 ... ~- ---
75 ....... . 
54 ....... . 
17 ....... . 

33 _______ _ 
12 ....... . 

1,492,950 
385,800 

7,165,800 
1,653,150 
556,900 

390,000 
234,862 

261... ..... 11,879,462 

Schools ·····--------············- 7........ 6,418,900 
Hospitals --·····--·-·······--·- 3--··-··- 1,422,000 
Churches-Synagogues __ 9........ 1,659,833 
Miscellaneous -··-···---···- 14........ 345,750 
Total Public Buildings 33........ 9,846,483 
GRAND TOTAL ..... . 7340 ........ 183,287,633 
Apartments in Multiple Dwellings 15489 

CLASSIFICATION 

RESIDENCE NO. OF ESTIMATED 
BUILDINGS BUILDINGS COST 

One Family ----··········----4892 ........ $49,398,855 
One Family & Business 9........ 214,500 
Two Family -·-··············· 702........ 9,393,675 
Two Family & Business 4........ 76,250 
Class "A" Multiple 
Dwelling .................. 74 ........ 36,747,200 

Class "B" Multiple 
Dwelling --·-·····-······-· 2........ 144,000 

Miscellaneous ······---····· 8........ 1,291,100 
Total Residence 
Buildings ·········-------5691... ..... 97,265,580 

ACCESSORY TO 
DWELLINGS 

Private Garages ____________ 1668........ 1,477,906 
COMMERCIAL 
BUILDINGS 

Stores ············-·······--------
Offices ················-·--------
Factories ··············-------· 
Warehouse-Storage ··-··-
Garages ·---···················· 
Parking Lots ............... . 
Gasoline Ser Sta-

93 ....... . 
28 ....... . 
149 _____ __ _ 
105 ....... . 
34.._ ____ _ 
i_ ______ _ 

5,195,580 
819,600 

8,076,973 
3,765,040 
923,326 
1,000 

Repair Shop ............ 79........ 1,218,300 
Miscellaneous .............. 24........ 366,005 
Total Commercial 
Buildings -···········---· 513 ........ 20,365,824 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
Schools ·····---··-··············· 17 ........ 21,065,842 
Hospitals -----················- 3........ 820,000 
Churches-Synagogues .. 13........ 2,059,500 
Miscellaneous ······--···--· 22........ 1,859,450 
Total Public Buildings 55 ........ 25,804,792 
GRAND TOTAL ------7927 ........ 144,914, 102 
Apartments in Multiple Dwellings 5470 

"AMERICA'S FINEST" 
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 
ENGINEERING COMPANY 

RONZONI MACARONI CO., Inc. 

50-02 Northern Bo111levard 

Long Island City, N. Y. 

MAY, 1953 

OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE 

Distributors of 
Standard Equipment: Dollies, Platform Trucks, Skids, Lifters, 

Wheels , Roller & Skate-Wheel Conveyors, Hand Trucks, Paint 
Spray Equipment, Hoists . 

Engineered Equipment: Power Conveyors-all types, Racks, 
Dust & Fume Collection, Mixers, Spray Booths, Metal Fabrication. 

Showroom: 26-40 JACKSON AVENUE 
Patrick Rizzo-Showroom 

Engineering Dept.: 1 HUNTER STREET 
J. C. Sommers-Engineering 

Phone RAvenswood 9-6200 

D. D. W1LL1AMSON & Co. 
INC • 

• 
5.39 46th AVENUE 

Long Island City 

• 
Manufacturing Chemists 

39 



SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 

Retail Stores 
Located in the following Queens 

Communities: 

Flushing 137-61 Northern Blvd. Flushing 9-3086 
Jackson Heights 84-02 Roosevelt Ave. Newtown 9-8300 
Jamaica 169-21 Hillside Ave. Republic 9-5225 
Woodside 48-18 Queens Blvd. Havemeyer 9-2900 

PLASTIC 
PRODUCTS 

• 
PLASTIC MOLDED ARTS, INC. 

12-04 44th Avenue, Long Island City 

EXeter 2-2900 

APPROVED • • • • 
AUTOMATIC FIRE s p R I N K L E R SYSTEMS 

40 

COMMERCIAL 
INDUSTRIAL 

Queens' Foremost 
Sprinkler Installers 

PEERLESS AUTOMATIC 
SPQINKLEQ COMPANY,INC. 

INSPECTION SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE 

Violations Removed 
Repairs 

Alterations 
42-14 CRESCENT STREET • Long Island City • STillwell 4-6006 

HEPWORTH MAUHINE UOMPANY 
INC. 

42-1 I Ninth Street 
Long Island City I, N. Y. 

ENGINEERS and MACHINISTS 
• 

Centrifugal Machines 
For Sugar and 

The Chemical Industries 

Sav e Money 
with [ y 0 R K ifJj POW[s!:J 

STEAM-PAI{ GENERATORS and 
HORIZONTAL ROTARY BURNERS 

EXCEL Oil HEAT & POWER, INC. 
A & B LICENSE NO. 1281 

63-31 39th AVENUE WOODSIDE 
Telephone HAvemeyer 6-8161 

1J,, e /Ha 'l:k 
(}-u 

'f?ij tlnctlon 

TAVERN PRINTING 
CORPORATION 

30-30 Northern Boulev.prd, Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

STillwell 4-0606 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



Indust1ial Real lstate 

C. Grant Keck 
THE VA CANT PLOT on the North 

side of Hunterspoint Avenue between 
Van Dam Street & 30th Street, Long 
Island City, has been sold to the Michael 
Contracting ·Company by the Old Dutch 
Coffee Company. The plot is a bl0ck-
front and consists of 3 7, 000 square 
feet. 
The Michael Contracting Company 

is erecting a building on the entire plot 
for the Hussman Refrigeration Com-
pany. The Hussman Company are dis-
tributors of commercial refrigeration 
and have been in the Long Island City 
area for about 15 years. 
Artwall Corporation leased the prem-

ises of 44-11 11th Street, Long Island 
City, consisting of a new building just 
completed for the occupancy of the 
Marcato Elevator Company of N ew 
York. The Marcato Elevator Company 
have been located in Manhattan for 
many years but due to expansion needs 
have taken the space in Long Island 
City. 
The building was erected to their 

specifications and is a corner building 
containing 9,000 square feet on the 
ground floor and 2,500 square feet on 
the second floor for office purposes. 
The lease is for a long term of years, 
and the company expects to employ 200 
people in the Long Island City area. 

Queens Industrials 

THE RARGOS REALTY & Con-
struction Corp. have purchased a vacant 
industrial plot containing 11,000 sq. ft. 
on the easterly side of 51st Avenue, 
141 feet south of 53rd Avenue in Mas-
pet~ from Henry DeVoe. The plot will 
be improved with a one story building 
to be occupied by Intercity Truck In-

( Continued on Next Page) 

• • 

Endorse Transit Authority 
THE QUEENS CHAMBER immed-iately announced its approval "in principle" of Gov. Dewey's 
proposal in the State Legislature call-
ing for establishment of a Transit Au-
thority to operate the City's deficit-
ridden rapid transit and bus lines. 

Simeon Heller of Flushing, chairman 
of the Chamber's Transit Committee, 
expressed the Chamber's indorsement 
of the Transit Authority idea, assert-
ing : 

"The Queens Chamber has long 
advocated operation of the City's tran-
sit system by a self-sustaining, non-
political, honest Transit Authority. 
Things simply cannot be allowed to 
continue along the present deficit-rid-
den road. An Authority seems to be 
the only solution." 

He cautioned Gov. Dewey, however, 
on "any immediate fare increase" 
designed to place the transit system 
on a sound financial footing. 

"A fare increase may become neces-
sary", he stated, "but it should only 
be undertaken after the whole transit 
problem has been analyzed carefully 
and every available plan for transit 
economies explored from every angle 
or tried for effectiveness." 

He particularly praised the Governor's 
assertion that the City should "get out 
of the bus business," pointing out that 
the Queens Chamber's recommendation 
for the sale of municipal bus lines to 
private companies had been acted on 
favorably by the City last year. 

"Unfortunately," he said, "negotia-
tions for the sale of certain City bus 
lines to private enterprise were event-
u_ally tied up by labor union dissatis-
faction over pension rights of affected 
bus line employees." 

The Chamber spokesman expressed 
the belief that the sale of City bus 
lines to private companies would 
"eliminate or cut down considerably" 
a large portion of the estimated 
$50,000,000 transit system debt. 

"It is estimated," he stated, "that 
City bus operation accounts for about 
$14,000,000 of the total transit debt. 
I am convinced that private bus com-
panies will be willing to take the bus 
lines off the City's hands . But any 
sale of City bus lines must necessarily 
be accompanied by long-term fran-
chises, agreement on fares, and the 
fixing of a reasonable franchise tax 
of around 4 percent." 

Mr. Heller recalled that after World 
War II, private bus lines in Queens 
County asked the Board of Estimate 
for longer term franchises, some in· 
creases in fares and a reduction in the 
7 percent tax. 

"When the Board of Estimate re-
fused to go a.long with these requests," 
he said, "the City of New York got 
into the bus business. As a result, 
you now have under City operation 
somewhat better bus equipment-which 
the private lines offered under proper 
terms from the City; higher fares-
which the City ' refused to grant pri-
vate operators ; and not only the loss 
to the City of the 7 percent tax but 
heavy monthly bus deficits." 

The Chamber's transit chairman 
recommended a thorough study of the 
City's transit system problems and the 
start of negotiations to "get the City 
out of the bus business right away." 

After that, he noted, "then we can 
talk about a fare increase which may 
not, by that time, be necessary." 

K I MONT AU IRON & STEEL CORP. 
• • • Standard & W. F. Beams • H. Columns • Angles 

Channels • Billets 
Bars • Bands • Rounds • Squares 

Plates • Floor Plates • Galvanized & B. A. Sheets Abbotts Dairies, Inc. 
New York Division 

37th Ave. & I I th St., Long Island City 

MAY, 1953 

25-20 BORDEN AVE., LONG ISLAND CITY 

PHONES STILLWELL 4-8718 . 8719 · 8720 

41 



42 

1/Jotne Cites '52 Beeotd of lndust1ial Employment Setviee 
UNITED STATES 

DETECYOVE BUREAU 
• INVESTIGATIONS 

• LIE DETECTOR 
• LABORATORY 

• PL-ANT PROTECTION 
• GUARD SERVICE 

• PERSONNEL RESEARCH 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

WORTH 4-7512 

· 160 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 38 

Director, RICHARD E. ENRIGHT 
Former Police Commissioner, N. Y. City 

ESTABLISHED 1915 

Fats - Tallow - Meat Scrap - Skins 

H. M. RUBIN CO •• INC. 
53-01 Vernon Blvd. 
L. I. City, N. Y. 
STILL WELL 4-4200 

A 
LL POSTWAR records were broken 
by his office of the New York State 
Employment Service in 1952, Man-

ager W. Lee Thorne reports. The 
Queens Industrial Office is located in 
the Bank of Manhattan Building, 
Queens Plaza, Long Island City. 

Great strides have been made m 
serving important industrial establish-
ments, Mr. Thorne announces, not only 
from the standpoint of meeting their 
labor demand, but also rendering in-
dustrial services and occupational analy-
sis and aptitude testing facilities. 

INDUSTRIAL 
WIRING 

and New Construction Installation 

• 

DENINO 
ELECTRIC CO., INC. 

29-09 BRIDGE PLAZA NO. 
LONG ISLAND CITY 1, N. Y. 

RAvenswood 9-5392 

UTILITY SERVES 
INDUSTRY ••• 

On the average, 350 people per day 
go to that office seeking information, 
counseling or placement services. It is 
part of the world's largest and rriost 
experienced employment agency, which 
charges no fee to anyone - anytime. 
State-wide, in 1952, over a million 

jobs were filled through these facilities 
by virtue of its techniques and "know-
how" in matching the right man or the 
right woman with the right job. , · . 
"We filled 11,838 industrial jobs", 

Mr. Thorne states, "or roughly 50 a 
day during the entire year." Ten out 
of every 14 openings received were 
filled, despite labor shortages, some of 
which in the higher skills were critical. 

Industrial Real Estate 

(Continued from Page 41) 
dustries, manufacturers of custom : built 
truck bodies, and will also house the 
executive offices of this concern. 
General Retinning. Company of New 

York City, specialists in the retinning 
and repairing of kitchen and industrial 
cooking utensils, serving the hotel 
trades, leased the newly-completed in-
dustrial building at 5-14 49th Avenue, 
Long Island City, from Oscar Sepner. 

SPICK AND SPAN WASHROOMS 
•.•• CLEAN OFFICES •••• STANDARD 

YARN MILLS 
Utility Office Maintenance, Inc. 

103-04 39th Avenue, Corona, N. Y. 
For immediate results, 
Just call .•••••• NEWTOWN 9-2515 

WANTED FOR CASH 
TYPEWRITERS 

\\ ADDING MACHINES 
~ . COMPTOMETERS 
J CALCULATORS 

WE ALSO SELL & RENT 
Inspection Service - Expert Repairing 

STillwell 4-4644 

[{lmv; IQJ!IDlUf3 001 
25-20 41 st AVENUE, LONG ISLAND CITY 

1 BLOCK NORTH OF IRT-BMT QUEENS PLAZA STATION 

INCORPORATED 

83rd STREET and COOPER AVENUE 

GLENDALE 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



I 

The President Reports 
(Continued from Page 35) 

Flushing Meadow Park. One portion 
of the plan would provide for the 
furnishing of top-soil and fencing of 
the Queens Botanical Gardens to permit 
further development of that section and 
provide protection from adjoining play 
areas. 

City Purchase of Rockaway 
Division of L.l.R.R. 

The Chamber, acting on advice of the 
Transit Committee, pressed for · pur-
chase by the City of the Roc~away 
Division of the Long Island Railroad 
for conversion to rapid transit system 
of the City of New York. The Com-
mittee also urged the Board of Trans-
portation to authorize. the start of con-
struction-in line with the Bingham 
Plan for Queens-on at least the East 
River Tunnel at 72nd Street with a 
rapid transit line extending to ·Wood-
side. 

Pension Plan Committee Named 
Following a recommendation of the 

Board of Directors, your President ap-
pointed the following as a Pension 
Plan Committee: Joseph R. DeRose, 
chairman; Joseph J. Perry, C. Grant· 
Keck, and Philip E. Ohlson. The 
Committee is presen~ly_ working out a 
pension plan to cover the Chamber 
staff, i.e. salaried employees. 

Public Health Committee 
On ]ob 

Under the chairmanship of Dr. Wil-
liam H. Miller. the Public Health Com-
mittee asked the City to include allo-
cations in the 19_53 capital budget for 
additional hospital facilities in the Bor-
ough of Queens, including a nursing 
school at Queens General Medical Cen-
ter in Flushing-Hillcrest. The Commit-
tee stressed the need for expanded 
hospital and medical faci lities to meet 
the borough's rapid growth. 

Full support of the Committee was 
aiven to the blood donor program of 
fhe Central Chapter of Queens Ameri-
can Red Cross, and the broad program 
of coordinating and promoting employ-
er-employee industrial healt~ relat10n: 
ships in Queens manufacturing plants, 
was continued. 

Con Edison's Dean 
(Continued from Page 33) 

tern, avidly supporting the policy 
decisions of Superintendent of Schools 
William Jansen. 
In 1946 Mr. Dean took over the 

guidance of Con Edison's Executive 
Development Program which has be-
come a major interest of forward-look-
ing industrial management throughout 
the country. 
Con Ed's Harold Dean has been an 

active Queens Chamber member, s~rv­
in a on the Borough Planning, Legisla-
ti:e and Educational Committees. He 
and Mrs. Dean live in Douglaston-
in the house they planned from the 
around up 27 years ago. They have a ~on and two daughters, all married, 
and five grandchildren. 

By 1957 olir schools will need 600,-
000 new classrooms, 130,000 additional 
teachers annually. 

P. J. MURPHY 
CONSTRUCTION 

CORP. 
• 

GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 

• 
JAmaica 6-0500 · 

·-

TOOLS • DIES 
• STAMPINGS • 

B. G. INSTRUMENT CORP. 
96-35 43rd AVEN UE 

Corona 68, N. Y. 

Te lephone: HAvemeyer 6-2613 

A1 IT WILL PAY YOU v TO C!j!>CK Wl'.[H US ON YOUR 
PR l'N T 1--N G 

MULTIGRAPHING • M IMEOGRAPHING 
ADDRESSING • MAILING SERVICE 

PHOTO OFFSET 

Business Service Bureau, Inc. 
24-20 JACKSON Avs . at CoU1tT SQUARB 

LONG ISLAND CITY 1 
Telephone: STillwell 4-7613 

WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY TOO 

More and more i n dust~ial pla nts are 
having us supply their drug and first aid 
requ irements because of our q uick service 
a nd low prices . 
Write or phone for our latest who le-

sale price list . 

(1!!9!!!t 
2 1-12 Newtown Ave. L. I. City 2, N. Y. 

Astoria 8-3340 

BRIDGE PLAZA 
· . ELECTRICAL . 

SUPPLY CO., Inc. 

Industrial Electric Equipment 

• .. 
HARDWARE, 

MILL AND FACTORY 
SUPPLIES 

EVERGREEN 8-4100 • EMPIRE STATE HARDWARE and SUPPLY CORP. 
BRIDGEWATER ST. at NEWTOWN CREEK, BROOKLYN 22, N.Y. • 

27· 26 JACKSON AVE. 
mbrose 'e. Acker LONG ISLAND CITY.NY. Joseph J. Coo 

President Tel. STillwel14·7680·81·82 Secretary 
A 

• 

MAY, 1953 - 43 



LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 

MOVING 
57-16 ROOSEVELT AVENUE 

WOODSIDE 
HA. 4-4472 HA. 9-5378 

INDUSTRIAL 
ELECTRICIANS 

• 
TIRET ELECTRIC CO. 
Distributors Sterling and Reliance Motor• 

- Clark Controllers 

47-46 VERNON BLVD. 
LONG ISLAND CITY 

Phones: IRonsides 6-7540 - IRonsides 6-806-1 

LILIEN 
HARDWARE & SUPPLY CORP. 

(From a Tack lo a Telegraph Pole) 

HARDWARE 
49-06 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8836 
490 W. Broadway, N. Y. City GRamercy 7-6514 
27-49 Jackson Ave., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8837 

Elevators 
by 

ARMOR 
Manufacture • Installation 
Repair • Maintenance 

35-45 THIRTY-FIFTH STREET 
LONG ISLAND CITY I, N. Y. 

Telephone: AStoria 4-8000 

24-Hour Emergency Service 

Red CJ·oss Opens Nursing Course !or lighthouse Blind 

INAUGURATION of a Red Cross Home Nursing course for blind workers at the Lighthouse Industries, 
36-20 Northern Blvd., Long Island 
City, maintained by the New York 
Association for the Blind, is announced 
by Mrs. Lewis W. Kohn, Home Nurs-
ing Chairman for the Central Queens 
Red Cross Chapter, following a confer-
ence with Robert T. Norment, chairman 
of the Queens Council of the Light-
house. 
The course is the first of its kind to 

be instigated in Queens and fifteen stu-
dents have been enrolled by John Lowe, 
assistant manager of Lighthouse Indus-
tries. Blind craftsmen produced $2,500,-
000. worth of manufactured items last 
year which included mops, brooms and 
brushes. 
The Red Cross Home Nursing course 

has become a part of the educational 
program designed to teach the blind 
workers how to care for their families 

ARMORED CARS 

UNITED ARMORED SERVICE 
Serving New York & New Jersey · Complete Payroll 
Service • Armored " Jeep" Cars · Daily Collections 

New Jersey Office: 
6 Banta Pl., Hackensack DI. 3-5569 

New York City Office: 
'60 B'w:iy, N. Y. C. WO. 4-7512 

H. T. HERBERT CO. 
Now Serving the Long Island Area with 
Art Materials, Dra fting, Silk Screen, 

Airbrush Equipment, Sign Supplies and 
Arts and Crafts. 

DIRECT FROM LONG ISLAND 

CITY SHOWROOM AND PLANT 

l 0-63 Jackson Ave., L. I. City 
Corner 49th Avenue 

RAvenswood 9-7306 Prompt Delivery 

if there is sickness in the home. Mrs. 
Kohn announced today that, through 
the efforts of Dr. Fred Koop of the 
Forest Hills Lions Club, a _special 
Braille thermometer has been donated 
by the group to be used in the class. 

28 New Sewer Jobs 
TWENTY-EIGHT new sewer pro-jects, totalling almost $1,000,000, will be started by Queens Borough 
President James A Lundy. 
For the first time in the history 

of sewer construction in the borough, 
work will be grouped according to 
geographic areas . The object is to at-
tract bids from experienced contracting 
firms which previously failed to com· 
pete for the work. 
"Our studies show," Mr. Lundy 

said, "that when small jobs were ad-
vertised for bidding, many reputable 
firms found it impracticable to do the 
work because of the small volume in-
volved. But, by grouping many small 
jobs, there is a distinct possibility that 
reliable, efficient firms may be able to 
do the work at less cost than smaller 
contractors on an individual basis." 

HEPWORTH MACHINE Company, 
Inc., of Long Island City, announces 
the appointment of Alexander H. 
McPhee as vice-president and Thomas 
H. Reid as production manager. 

ATLANTIC CONTAINER 
CORPORATION 

Manttfactttrers 
CORRUGATED SHIPPING CONTAINERS 

48-08 30th PLACE 
Long Island City I, _N. Y. 

IRonsides 6-7700 

YOU should have MUZAK because . it is profitable ... 

44 

MUZAK has brought music into banks, offices, stores and factories 
because MUZAK is profitable to all these. 
You will find MUZAK profitable in a hundred different ways. Write or 
telephone for further information. MUZAK, 229 Fourth Avenue, New 
York City. 

QUEENSliOROUGH 



Doto Mental · Healt/J Otoup 
Pus/Jes Bducational D1ive 

THE QUEENS COUNTY Mental Health Society conducted its first fund-raising drive in the borough 
during the period from April 6 through 
May 9 - 1953's "Mental Health 
Month" . 
A three-fold purpose of the fund-

raising campaign was to help educate 
people to understand and utilize the 
principles of good mental health; to 
work towards improvement of condi-
tions in mental hospitals; and to pro-
mote research to develop new knowl-
edge about mental illnesses. 
Aaron Bonoff, president of the Gen-

eral Diaper Company, Elmhurst, is the 
President of the Queens County Men-
tal Health Society. Mr. S. J. Schulz, 
treasurer of the W. 1. Maxson Cor-
poration, Long Island City, is treasurer 
of the Society and of the Mental Health 
Fund Committee. Mr. Alvan B. Fehn_ 
acted as campaign chairman of the 
Queens Mental Health Fund Commit-
tee. 
Queens Borough President James A. 

Lundy was hoI).orary chairman of the 
fund campaign. 

NACHMAN MOTORS 
(Continued from Page 25) 

the 30 Year Club of the National Auto 
Dealers Association and the Automobile 
Oldtimers Association. 
John E. Nachman has just been re-

elected a Queens Chamber director and 
represents the firm in Chamber mem-
bership. He is a member of the Indus-
trial and Labor Relations Committees. 

PERSONNEL RESEARCH 
INCORPORATED 

LIE DETECTOR CONSULTANTS 
A complete scientific lie detection laboratory 
equipped to conduct loyalty and security screen-
ings, criminal investigations and .personnel 
research. 
160 BROADWAY NEW YORK 38, N. Y. 

PHONE WORTH 4-7512 

WAGN.ER 
JEWELERS • 

Long Island's Leading Jewelers 
For Over Thirly Years 

Headquarters 
For Industrial 
and Athletic 
Prize Awards 

TROPHIES 
CUPS 

MEDALS • 
30-78 Steinway Street 
Telephone: AStoria 8-3590 

MAY, 1953 

Burkhart Elected 

ELECTION OF William H. Burk-hart as executive vice-president-a newly-created position-of Lever 
Brothers ·Company, and the promotion 
of two other executives is announced· by 
President Jervis J. Babb, president. Mr. 
Burkhart was formerly production vice-
president. 

John P. Moser, general manager, 
manufacturing division, was elected pro-
duction vice-president. He will be suc-
ceeded by Gary G. Grant, formerly 
production manager. Mr. Burkhart' s 
promotion follows 28 years with Lever 
Brothers Company and with Lever-ac-
quired interests. 

Mr. Grant joined Lever in 1931 as 
a member of the research department. 
He has been production manager since 
1951, and has held many important 
positions in Lever's manufacturing de-
partment. 

FLUSHING 
PLUMBING 
SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. 

PLUMBING HEATING 
and 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

37-19 Lawrence St ••. Flushing 
Telephone FLUSHING 9-6200 

ELMHURST 

RUBBER CO. 

n c. 

Manufacturers of 

MOULDED SPONGE 

RUBBER PRODUCTS 

Sponge Rubber Sheets - Tubing 

and Moulded Rubber Specialties 

to Army and Navy Specifications 

Elmhurst, L. I., New York 

THE STEIN .. DAVIES 
COMPANY 

11-48 47th Road 

Long Island City 

. -BRAKES, , INC. _-. 
I • • • • • • • 

Largest Drake Service Station on L. I. 
AIR AND B R A K E s EXCHANGE 
VACUUM OR REPAIR 

• • • Wheel Alignment • • • 
PARAPLEGIA HAND BRAKE $39 50 
and GAS CONTROL KIT· price • 
37-16 Queens Blvd. 416 Third Avenue 
Long Island City 1 Brooklyn 

ST. 4-6417 l\IAin 4-4790 
New York: 535 West 35th Street 

l\IEdallion 3-3825 

MAYER MALBIN 
• COMPANY, INC. • 

PLUMBING • HEATING 
and 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 
28-09 JACKSON AVE. - ST. 4-4995 
40-19 36TH A VENUE - AS. 8-1101 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

LUMBER 
for every purpose 

KILN-DRIED HARDWOODS 
Building lumber - Special Millwork 

Mouldings and Trim 

• 
WM. P. YOUNGS & BROS., INC. 
43-16 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City 

Telephone STillwell 4-5470 

PICTURE 
.FRAM.ING . 

Fine Cust.om Picture Frames 

LIPPE & CO., Inc. 
29-26 40th ROAD, L. I. CITY 

Manufacturers to the Trade 
----- Since 1873 -----

Phone I Ronsides 6-1463 

45 



WHERE TO BUY 
Classified Advertising Directory compiled by the Chamber of 

Commerce Magazine to guide buyers to progressive organizations that 
are anxious to serve this market. 

Builders 

Walter M. Bordeman & Sons 
Ceuerul Contrm.·ting - Engineers and Builder& 

lf1dnstrial Alterations our Specialty 

12-21 JACKSON AVE. LONG ISLAND CITY 

Phone: RAvenswood 9·7070 

BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS 

Industrial Building & General Alterations 

COMET CONSTRUCTION CORP. 

I 0-37 47th Road Long Island City I, N. Y. 
Phone STillwell 4-9100 

Carpenter 

WM. F. STORCK 
Carpenter ~ Cabinet "\Vork 

General Contractor 

117-0a Jnck•on Avenue L. I. Clt7 

Coal 

S'l'lllwell 4-5321 

Koppers Coke 

SUNRISE 
"blue coal" 

133-14 Atl antic Av., Richm"dHill, N. Y. 
770 Chau ncey St. , Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Foot of Sanford Ave., Flushing, N. Y. 

]A 6-7900 
GL 5-8672 
FL 3·5900 

Division of Household Fuel Corp. 

Consulting Engineer • Land Development 

William L. Savacool, C. E. 
Hh-26 Queens Boulevard 

LL·MJ l u 1:~·1 

Phone N.liwtuwn y~o~.l.l 

Electrical Contractors 
BERKSHIRE ELECTRIC SHOP 

Licensed 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

lighting Fixtures for Home and Business 
36-17 DITMARS BOULEVARD 
Long Island City 5, N. Y. 

Tel. AStoria 8-8178 

Employment 
Commercial • Technical • Industrial 
Largest Staffed Agency in Queens 

• Immediate Placement • 

QUEENS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
J. S. WILLIAMS, Licensee 

10th Floor - 29-28 4lst AVENUE 
STillweJI 4;1010 - Long Island City 

Employment 
Office /!rip Commercial l 11dflstrial 

Send Your Requirements to 

B. V. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
29-2fl 41f't Avenue - Hoom 1208 

Lona ldnnd City 1. N. Y. 

ST;Jlwell 4-0121 
Willi am ]. W ilson 

Licen1ee 

Exterminating 
JOS. P. HOGAN, INC. 
25 Years Actual Experience 

EXTERMINATING 
o RAT .PROOFING ,• MOTH PROOFING 

Termite Control and Wood Treating 
Latest Methods Used 

Contracts and Single Treatments 
Telephone: RAVENSWOOD 6·9038 

Foundry 

':PE.te: BRASS & BRONZE FOUNDRY 
BRASS, BRONZE, ALUMINUM CASTINGS 

Jobbing and Production 
51-25 35th STREET 

Bet. Bradley Ave. & Gale St., L. I. C. I, N. Y. 
Phone RAvenswood 9-6038 

Fuel Oils 
Heat with SMITHCO 

FUEL OILS :-: OIL BURNERS 
"Automatic Service" Installed by Experts 

SMITHCO OIL COMPANY, INC. 
C. Otis Smith, President 

35-10 LAWRENCE STREET, FLUSHING 
at FLUSH! NG SRI OGE 

FLUSHING 8-7100 

Insurance 

MALCOLM T. PAYNE 
• Insurance Brokers • 
22-45-31 st STREET 

Bank Building Near Ditmars Avenue 

Lumber 

Long Island City 5, N. Y. 

Telephone: AStoria 8-9600 

CRANE & CLARK LUMBER 
CORPORATION 

For Builders & Industrials 

55-01 GRAND AVENUE 
Maspeth, N. Y. 

EVergreen 6-4700 Since 1850 

Lumber 
·)CROSS, .. AUSTIN & IRELAND 

. LUMBER CO. 
Grand Str .... t and Newtown Creek 

Telephone EVeri:reen 6-7000 

LUMBER - TTMRRR - MlLLWORK 

Lumber 

TRI-BRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY 
19-59 Steinway Street 

long Island City 

RAVENSWOOD 8-8888 

Lumber 

• Construction Lumber • 

VERNON LUMBER CORP. 
11-12 53rd Avenue Long Island City 

STillwell 4-0200 

Patterns and Matchplates 

JOHNSON & KUNZ 
WOOD and METAL PATTERNS 

Match Plat .. 

48th A VB. & 5th ST. LONG ISLAND CITY 
Telephone: STilh•efl 4-5831 

Photographs 

PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL 
• Black and White • And Color 

FRENI PHOTOGRAPHERS 
3120 DITMARS BLVD. 
RAvenswood 8-2692 

Plumbing and Heating 

9UEENSBORO HEATING CO. 
A.utliori:ed CE Dealer - Eat. 1927 

Industrial Plumbins • Heating • Oil Burner• 
Repairs - Alterations - lUaintenanee 

35-04 34th STREET L. I. CITY 
RAnnswood 8-8281-8222 

Plumbing and Heating 

JACOB STOCKINGER, Inc. 
Plumbing and Heating 

Industrial and Residential 
29-28 NBWTOWN AVBNUB 
Long Island City 2, N. Y. 

Phone. AStoria 8-8134 • 8135 

Printing 

JULES 
PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. 

Printing Office Supplies Photo Off1•f 
Call: STillwell 4-1816 

"WE DELIVER" 
29-24 Northern Blvd. L. I. City I, N. Y. 

Real Estate • Industrial 
C. GRANT KECK 
Industrial Real Estate 

Factories, Lofts, Plots, Buildings Built 
25-15 BRIDGE PLAZA NORTH 

Queens Plaza Bldg., L. I·. City · 1, N. Y. 
Telephone: STillwell 4-8282 

Trucking 

THE MOTOR HAULAGE CO., Inc • 
130 CLINTON STREET 

Brooklyn 2, N. Y. 
JllAln 4-4900 C.B.L. ll5& 

Compl•I• Truckillt: Service al Ec01w111ical Ital•• 

Garages: Long l11larul ~ity • Brooklyn 
l\.lanhattun - i\~w Jer,gey 

Trucking 

.I a mes A. Stevenson Company 
46-49 54th Avenue 
Maspeth 78, N. Y. 

Phone STillwell 4-8'27 

Well Water Systems-Borings 

SWEENEY & GRAY CO., INC. 
Over 45 years specializing in well 
water supply and soil test-core borings 
in Manhattan. Brookl yn and Queens. 

5.43 48th Avenue. L. I. City, N . Y. 
Tel. STillwell 4-2950 

· · · - ---~--------------------------------------

TAVERN (ij, PRINTING 
CORPORATION 



AUTOS 
Buy in Queens • • • Consult these 
member Dealers when in need 
of Automobiles and Trucks 

"L. l.'s leading f -ord - Lincoln dealer since 1911" 

SCHILDKRAUT 
JAMAICA 

~~~ffiERCURY 
CARS - TRUCKS CORP. 

• Soles • Service • Parts 

LIBERTY AVENUE and MERRICK ROAD, JAMAICA 
REpublic 9-2300 

Look to 

Sa/es 
Parts 
Service 

@Lds for All That's Cfle10! m 
Oldsmobile m 

Sixes & Eights 'fJ 

PARAGON OLDSMOBILE Inc& 
56th STREET and NORTHERN BOULEVARD, WOODSIDE 

Phone Hickory 6-6600 

ISLAND PON.JIAC CORP. 
42-33 Northern Blvd. Long Island City 

AStoria 4-9500 , 

STUDEBAKER 
Gives You 

More value per dollar 
Spectacular New Power - Smart New Interiors 

HELMS BROS., Inc. 
90-02 43rd AVENUE • ELMHURST 

HAvemeyer 4-3460 

Servicing and Selling Buick 

STRANG BUICK 
COMPANY, Inc. 

JAMAICA AVE. at 183rd ST. JAMAICA AVE. at IOlst ST. 
REpublic 9-4300 
JAMAICA 

Virg inia 7-6000 
RICHMOND HILL 18 

STAPLETON & SCHNEIDER MOTOR SALES, Inc. 
75th STREET and NORTHERN BOULEVARD 

Hickory 6-3470 

Dodge 

Dodge "Job-Rated" 
Trucks 

• 
Passenger 

• Cars • Plymouth 

SMITH & GREGORY 
OF NEW YORK INCORPORATED - ESTABLISHED 1915 

Authorized Ford Dealer 
207-02 Northern Boulevard Bayside, New York 

Telephone BAyside 4-1234 

TRUCKS 
CARS • SERVICE 
You can pay more 

But you can't buy better 

~urrry :!11ntnra 
~e Sewteff-Set1ie 
LINCOLN AND MERCURY 

Northern Boulevard at Fiftieth Street 
Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

LENOBEL MOTOR SALES 
INCORPORATED 

CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH 
MOTOR CARS 

NORTHERN BOULEVARD & STEINWAY ST. 
Long Island City • STillwell 4-4740 



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T £ QUEEN~ B08tmB~ PUBLIC LIBRARl 
~ REFERE,NC .... D'E:fiARTMENT 

IN e·u s T·RIA t'. 
& BUSIN'ESS 
DIRECTORY 

MEMBERSHIP ROStER 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
BOROUGH OF QUEENS ,fil 



• 33 Offices in Queens ... 

.. . for 

YOUR 
Service 

Offices 
Bayside 43-01 Bell Blvd. 
Broadway-Astoria . 32-12 Broadway, L. I. City 
Broadway-Flushing 163-20 Northern Blvd. 
Corona • 39th Ave. & 103rd St. 
Ditmars 22-45 31st St., L. I. City 
Elmhurst • Broadway at Laurel Hill 

Blvd. 
Far Rockaway Beach 20th St. & Cornaga 

Ave. 
Fl nshing • 39-15 Main St. 
Fresh Meadows . 187-08 Horace Harding 

Blvd., Flushing 
Fresh Pond 66-60 Fresh Pond Rd., 

Ridgewood 
Hollis 190-02 Jamaica Ave. 
Jackson Heights Roosevelt Ave. & 82nd St. 
Jackson Heights 37-67 75th St. 
Jamaica 161-10 Jamaica Ave. 
Kew Gardens • 81-35 Lefferts Blvd. 
Liberty Ave • . Liberty & lOlst Aves., 

Dzone Park 

Checking Accounts 

Special Checking Accounts 

Special Interest Accounts 

Christmas Club Accounts 

Personal Loans 

Automobile Loans 

Business Loans 

Credit Information 

Travelers Cheques 

Letters of Credit 

Buying & Selling of Securities 

Complete Trust Services 

Safe Keeping and Custody Facilities 

Foreign Collections 

Foreign Remittances 

Foreign Exchange Bought & Sold 

Bank Money Orders 

Collection of Bonds & Coupons 

Collection of Notes & Drafts 

• Queens Ill 
Little Neck • . . Northern Blvd. & Little 

Neck Pkway. 
Long Island City • 29-27 4lst Ave. 
Maspeth 66-02 Grand Ave. 
Metropolitan Ave. 51-15 Metropolitan Ave. 
Middle Village • 74-03 Metropolitan Ave. 
Ozone Park . lOlst Ave. & 97th St. 
Queens Village. 215-48 Jamaica Ave. 
Richmond Hill • Jamaica Ave. & 115th St. 
Richmond Hill 

South Liberty Ave. & 112th St. 
Ridgewood • Myrtle Ave. at Seneca Ave. 
Rockaway Beach • Boulevard & Beach 84th St. 
Rockaway Park 257 Beach 116th St. 
Steinway • 30-30 Steinway St., 

L. I. City 
Sunnyside 46-01 Greenpoint Ave., 

L. I. City 
Whitestone • 12-54 150th St. 
Woodhaven Jamaica Ave. & Forest 

Pkway. 
Woodside 59-01 Roosevelt Ave_ 

BANI( of the MANHATTAN COMPANY 
.l!f ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



ffiEHCURY 

§urrry flntnr!i 
Z'e S~-Seeu 

Northern Boulevard at Fiftieth Street, Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

)UNE-JULY, 1953 3 



STEEL 
LOCKERS • • • • • 8 

SHELVING ..... . 

AUTOMOTIVE BINS 

• 

GENERAL 
STEEL 
PRODUCTS 
CORP. 

FLUSHING, N. Y. 

INdependence 3-3000 

4 

QUEENSBOROUGH 
Published by the Chamber of Commerce of the Borough of Queens 

INCORPORATED 1911 

"To promote the general welfare of the Borough of Queens, City of New York, 
and to faster its commerce." 

OFFICERS 

John T. Clancy, Attorney ------------- ------ ----- ------- ---------------------------------------------President 
Ned R. Arnold, Tire Distributing Corp . ........................................... .Vice-Pr11sident 
Hugh G. Bergen, Attorney .............................. ................................. .Vice-President 
A. E. MacDougall, Queensboro Corp . ............................. --------------~ .... Vice-President 
John B. McTigue, Andrew McTigue & Sons ·············--··---·--··········---Vice-President 
Pierce H . Power, Paragon Paint & Varnish Corp. ······-··········· -- ---· --- -Vice-President 
William L. Savacool, Civil Engineer ---······· ···················· ······ ···········---Vice-President 
Alfred N . Warwick, Builder & Developer ........................................ Vice-President 
. Joseph J. Perry, Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co . .................................... Treasurer 
William B. Jones, Springfield Gardens National Bank ............ Associate Treasurer 

DIRECTORS 

To SERVE UNTIL 1956 To SERVE UNTIL 1955 
Alfred E. Alberts 
William ]. Carnes 
Martin Dorsch 
C. E. Fyles 
D . A. Mackin 
Arthur McCauley 
John E. Nachman 
Cornelius ]. Sager 

William V. Beardall 
J. Wilson Dayton 

Commodore ]. B. Dow 
]. E. Goodale 

Thomas F. Malone 
M. Lester Mendell 

Joseph ]. Perry 
William Adam Schulz 

Ned R. Arnold 
Victor G. Breitfeller 
A. R. Gledhill 
Douglas W. Hughes 
Thomas F. Kearns 
Carl E. Meyer 
Malcolm T. Payne 
Oscar F. Schmitt 

Charles F. Bossung 
H . Austin Clemmer 
Thomas F. Hanley 
William B. Jones 
Jack Kleinoder 

George F. Nolan 
John B. McTigue 

David C. Stambaugh 

To SERVE UNTIL 1954 
Hugh G. Bergen 
Thomas F. Gallagher 
C. Grant Keck 
Meredith McBride 
Philip E. Ohlson 
Stephen Rogers 
William L. Savacool 
John R. Ursini 

Joseph R. DeRose 
Simeon Heller 

A. E. MacDougaill 
William Meyer 
Pierce H. Power 

Morris Rosenwasser 
Edward ]. Sovatkin 
Alfred N . Warwick 

SENIOR COUNCIL 

Ambrose B. Acker 
Arthur A. Johnson 
Robert T . Norment 

Clinton T. 

John Adikes 
James A. Lundy 
Frank S. O'Hara 

Roe 

CHAIRMEN STANDING COMMITTEES 

Aviation .......................... Alfred N. Warwick Legislative ...... .... .......... Douglas W . Hughes 
Borough Planning ........ William L. Savacool Membership ........................... ....... .C. F. Pratt 
Chamber Activities ........... .... Pierce H . Power Natio11al A/fairs .................... Dan A. Mackin 
Educational ---------------------F. Grant Schleicher Nominating ........... - ........... Joseph R. DeRose 
House ........ , ..................... Morris Rosenwasser P11blic Health ............ Dr. William H. Miller 
Industrial ........................... Harry T. Cullinan Public Relations .. ....................... Stuart Welsh 
Lor covering-rubber --- ---- -- - 11-1 
Floor lock strips __ ______________________ 15-17 

Floor plates --------- ------------- -- ---- 15-17 
Floor polishing machines________ 16-4 
Floor wax ---------- --------- --- ---------- 10-8 
Flooring --- --- -------- --- ----- --------- -- --- 6-1 
Florists' supplies --- ---------- ------- 18-20 
Flour ----- -- --------------------------- 1-4 
Flower baskets ------ ------ ---- 6-2 
Flower pots-metal _ 15-17 
Flowers-artificial ------- -- --- ------ -- 3-E-4 
Folding iron gates_________ __ __ _______ 15-1 
Folding paper boxes________________ 8-1 
. Food colors -- ---- ---- -- -------------------- 1-11 
Food products ------------------------ -- 1-1 ( 
Food sundries --- ------- 1-11 
Footballs ---------- ------------------------- 18-17 
Forgings ------------ ------------ -- --------- 15-9 
Forks ·----- -- -- ---------- ---- ----------------- 15-12 
Foundries-brass, bronze and 
aluminum ----------------····--·-··--

Foundries-iron -------···-·········----
Foundry tools ---- ------------------ --
Fountain pens ·-····-·····-- -·······----
Frames-handbag-leather ___ _ 
Frames-handbag-metal __ 
Frames-handbag-wood 
Frames-optical ---------------- --
Frames----.p1cture-metal _________ _ 
Frames-picture, mirror, lobby 
d isplay-wood --------------- -------

Frames-window-metal ___ __ _ 
Frames-window-wood _______ _ 
Frames-wire ---~ - ----------------··· 
Frankfurters ·---------- ------·-------·----
Fringe machines ------------------···· 

· Fringes . --------------------------------------
Frost ing glass _ ---- -- ------------------
Frozen foods ----------- ------
Fruit-candied and glazed 

~~~j; ;~;~a~~~-_::::::::::~::::::::······· -· 
Fruit syrups _ 

15-5 
15-4 

15-12 
11-3 
5-4 

15-26 
6-13 
14-2 
15-26 

6-9 
15-14 
6-1 

15-18 
1-2 
16-4 
2-7 
14-3 
1-6 
1-8 
1-6 
1-1 
1-6 

J UNE-JULY, 1953 

Product 
Industry 
Code 

Funeral dry goods--------------------3'-E-11 
Funeral garments-women's --- - 3-B-2 
Fur blending and striping________ 4 -1 
Fur coats -------- --- ------ ------ -·········· 4-3 
Fur designs ------------ ------- -- ----------- 3-C-5 
Fur dressing __ __ -- -- -- ------------------- 4-1 
Fur dyeing ------ ------------------ ---- -- 4 -1 
Fur heads ----- ----- --------------------- 4-3 
Fur lining -------- ----------------------- 4-4 
Fur machines ------- ------------ 16-4 
Furs-Manufactured 4-3 
Fur models ----- --- -- ------------ -- --- ----- 3-C- 5 
Fur patterns __ 3-C-5 
Fur novelties _ 4-3 
Fur ornaments 4-3 
Fur pointing 4-2 
Fur tnmmings 4-3 
Furnace grates -- --· -----··--······-·· 15-4a 
Furnaces ------------- _____ 15-4a 
Furnishings-men's . -----·· 3-A-3 
Furniture frames --- -------·--···-···· 6-5 
Furniture hardware 15-13 
Furniture--hospital --- 15-14 
Furniture--metal ---- 15-14 
Furniture polish _____ 10-14 
Furniture-reed and rattan______ 6-5 

~~~gj~~~~~r;~~f~r ··: __ . ________ __ ____ 1;~1~ 
Furnitu re-upholstered _ 6-5 
Furniture-wicker __ - 6-5 
Furniture-wood -------·--············ 6-5 
Furniture-wrought iron 15-2 
Fuse plugs 16-5 

G 

Gala li th novelties -- ---- --
Galvanizing ----·····-····----
Games --- ------ ------····-···--------···-··-·· 
Garden furniture-metal ....... . 
Garden furniture-\vrought 

11-2 
15-25 
18-19 
15-14 

iron _ ---------- 15-2 
Garden ornaments ------- ----------- 15-26 
Garment bags- cloth 3-E-6 
Garment bags-paper ----------- 8-2 
Garment racks ------ 15 -1 
Garnetting 2-4 
Garters ----------------- - ------ 3-C-4 
Gas burning equipment_____ 15-4a 
Gas fixtures ----- 15-16 

g~~ fi~l1~~~~"- :::::::::::::::::::::::::: l~~Z~ 
Gas main stoppers ---------------- 16-7 
Gas mantels ---------------------------- 15-26 
Gas masks ------------- ---- -------- -- -- -- - 18-18 Gas meter diaphragms ___________ __ _ 15-26 
Gas meters 16-8 
Gas pumps -- ---- 16-2 
Gas stoves ----- 15-4a 
Gas tubing-rubber 11-1 
Gases ------ -- ----- -- ---- 10-1 
Gaskets-asbestos 12-6 
Gaskets-cork _ 6--12 
Gaskets- rubber ____ ____ 11-1 
Gaskets-sheet metal ___ __ 15-17 
Gasoline _____ _ ---- 10-13 
Gasoline hardware ----- 15-13 
Gauges ____ 16-9 
Gears --- -- ------------- ------ 16-7 
Gelati ne --------- --- ------------ ------ 10-6 
Gelatine desserts 1-11 
Gift cases --- ------------- -- - 18-11 
Gingerale 1-9 
Girdles _ ------ --------- ------- 3-B-9 
Glass bend ing ------- ------ ------ 14-3 

g\~~~_!:~~~li~fo~~d---~~d- d~~~: 14-3 
· rated 14-3 
Glass displays _ ------------------------ 14-3 
Glass engraving and printing 14-3 
Glass eyes ------- ------------ 18-18 
Glass- leaded ------ ---------- -- -- 14-3 
Glass mosaics ___ ------------ ----- ---- 14-3 
Glass novelties _ ---------------------- 14-3 
Glass ornaments ---- 14-3 
Glass prisms 14-3 
Glass reflectors 14-3 
Glass signs 18-1 
Glass spoons 14-3 
Glass- stained 14-3 
Glass table tops__ __ 14-3 
Glass ventil ators 14-3 
Glassine bags --- --------------- 8-2 
Glassware-blowing ------------ ---- 14-l 
Glazed and candied fruits________ 1-6 
Glazing sash __ ----------------------- 14-3 
Gloves-fabric ------------ -------- ------ 5-3 
Gloves-knit ---------------------------- 2-1 
Gloves-leather --------- --------------- 5-3 
Glue ------------------- 10-6 
Goggles ------- ------ ------------------------ 14-2 
Gold foil __ ____ ------------------------- 15-8 
Gold jewelry ---------------------------- 15-21 
Gold leaf _________ 15-8 
Gold leaf (imitation)_ 8-4 
Gold paint --------------------------- 10-9 
Gold pens and pencils 15-21 

Product 
I ndustry 
Code 

Gold plating ---------------------------
Gold refining -- ------------------ --- -- -
Gold stamping ----- ---------------- --
Goldsmithing -- --- -- --------------------
Golf balls ----------- -------- ------- --- --
Golf clubs ------------
Grading asbestos --- -
Gra in milling ------------ -------- ------
Graining lithographic plates __ . __ 
Grape juice __ ----·--·········-·········· 
Graphite ------------------------------
Graphs ------ -- -- --- --- -------- --- -- --
Gravel --------- -- ---- ----
Grease ·-·-·····-······-··--------
Grease cups --···--
Grease guns ------ ------ --·--·····-·-·· 
Greenhouses . -------------·-·-·--·--····· 
Greeting cards __ _ ----····--···-······ 
Grey iron castings 
Grilles and Grilles, rolling .... 
Grinding and crushing marble 

g~j~~j~~ fi~i1~gr~pi;·i-~- --pi-~-;~·;:: 
Grinding magnes ite ---------- --···· 
Grinding provision machinery 
Grinding pumice stone _______ __ _ 
Ground materials for color 
chem icals -------------- ----

Ground mineral products __ _ _ 
Guards-\v ire -- -- -------- -------- -- ---- -
Gum -------------- ------------
Gummed paper ------ ----------------
Gummed pafer products _____ _ 
Gun contro instruments ___ _ 
Guns --------- --------------------
Gutta percha 
Gutters ----------------------
Gymnasium equipment _ 
Gymnasium mats ------------------·· 
Gynecological specialties 
Gypsum products __ _ 

H 

15-20 
15-~ 
9-3 

15-21 
18-17 
18-n 
12-6 
1-4 
9-5 
1-9 

12 -6 
18-1 2 
12- 1 

10-13 
15-13 
15-13 
15-1 
9-2 
15 -4 
15-1 
12-6 
14-3 
9-5 
12-6 
16-4 
12-6 

12-6 
12-6 
15-18 
10-9 
8-4 
8-3 
16-9 
16-8 
11-1 
15 -17 
18-17 
3-E-9 
18-18 
12-3 

Hack saw blades---------------------- 15-12 
Hair curlers -- -- --------------------- --- -- 15-26 
Hair dryers ---------------------------- 16-5 
Hair dye __ -------- ------------------------- 10-4 
Hair goods ------- ------------------ 18-8 
H air nets ___ -------------------- ---- --- --- 18-8 
Hair pins -------------------- 15-26 
Hair remover ____ -----··--·-··-······-·· 10-4 
H air shampoo ___ ------ -- --- -- -- ------- 10-4 
Hair tonic _ ---- ----------------- 10-4 
Hair wavers-wire --------------- -- - 15-18 
Hair waving devices .. ...... .. ...... 15-1 2 

~~~m;:v~Tls P_a_ds:::::::::::::::::::: 1~(;~~ 
H ammered metal special ties __ __ 15-20 
H and bag frames-leather______ 5-4 
Hand bag frames-metal__ ______ 15-26 
Hand bags-fabric ------------------ 5-4 
Hand bags-leather --------- 5-4 
Hand carts ------- ------------------------- 17-5 
Hand drawn work_____ __ ____ 2-5 
Hand embroidery --------- 2-5 
Hand forging 15 -9 
Hand sc:rapers 15-12 

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Hand woven tapestry 2-4 
Handkerchiefs -- ---- ---- 3-C- 5 
Handles-broom and mop______ 6-13 
Handles-luggage ___ __ 18-11 
Hardening metal __ 15-27 
Hardware ________ 15-13 
H ardware- wire 15-18 
Harness ------------ 5-9 
Hassocks ----------- ------------------------ 5-9 
Hat blocking ---- -- - ------- ------ 3-D-3 
Hat blocks-wood and metal 15-6 
Hat boxes ---------- ------- -------- ------ 18-11 
Hat dies ------- 15-6 
Hat dyeing ------------- ------------------- 2-9 
Hat forms-rubber -- ---------------- 11-1 
Hat frames ----- --------------------------- 3-D-3 
Hat leathers and leather 
sweatbands -------------- 5-7 

Hat linings ------------ ---- -- ----- -- --- - 3-D- 5 
Hat machinery -------- 16-4 

S:ti}~~7rdr~~;~::::::::::::::::::::::::: H~~i 
Hat•-men's and boys'------------ 3-D-1 
Hats-women's-felt, straw 
fabric ----- -- --------------------------'. ____ 3-D-3 

H atters' fur ----------- ------ ------------- 4-1 
Hatters' printing ------------- ---- --- 9-3 
Headwear-infants' ------------------ 3-D-4 
Hearing instruments ------- ------ --- 16-9 
Heat registers -------- l 5-4a 
Heat treating (metals) ________ __ __ 15-27 
Heaters ----------- ------------ ----- 15-4a 
Heaters-electric __ _ ------------------ 16-5 
Heating appliances ----------------- - 15-4a 
Heating pads-electric 16-5 

17 



Product 
Industry 
Code 

Heel and toe plates--- -- --······· 15-13 
Heels- l••ther ··-------·--·--········-·· 5·2 
Heels-wnod --···----·-··---·····--·-··· 6-10 He~n1ets ·······-·····---····------------······ 3-0-2 
Helmets--leather ·-----··-----·-·--··-· 5-7 
Hemstitching, pleating, stitch-
ing and tucking ·-··---·--··--- --··· 3-E-1 

High frequency electrical 
aparatus -······----···-·---···-··--·-··· 16-5 

Hinges ··-----····-·-----····----···-----··-··· 15·13 
Hoists ··---·-···-------···-----···------··--· 16-1 
'-looks and eyes·-·------··---- ----··--- 15-26 
Horns-auto ---······--·--···- 17-3 
Horns- musical instruments.... 6-7 
Horns- tin ----··--·--·-·-··-----····----·· 15-17 
:~orse shoes ··-··----····--------···----·· 15-9 
Horseradish ····----···------·--···--·-··· 1-6 
Hose clamps -·------··-----···-----·-·--15-13 
Hose connections ------- ------------- 15 -13 
)--!ose- flexible metal ·-·-·---···----· 15-26 
Hosiery -·····--·---·--··-----··-----·-·-----· 2-1 
Hosiery dyeing and finishing.. 2-9 
Hos iery transferS ------------------·· 9-5 
Hosp ital furniture ···-----··--- 15-14 
Hospital uniforms -----··-·--- 3-A-2 
Hot water bottles .... ---····----- -----· 11-1 
Hot water heating coils...... . 15-4a 
Hotel equipment ·-···-----·-·----··- 15-15 
House dresses -----····----···-----····· 3-B-3 
House trim --···----····-·······--·--··-- 6-1 
Household hardware ····----·-·--· 15-1 3 
Hydraulic machinery ··---······--· 16-2 
Hydrometers ··-·---···--······-·······--·· 16-9 

Ice bags ·-·--- 18-18 
Ice cream ......... 1-1 
lee cream cabinets.. 15-1 5 
Ice cream cones -----------·-··· 1-5 
Ice cream machinery... 16-4 
Ice mach ines ---·---------------··- 16-4 
Ice- maufactured _ ---·- 1-12 
Ice picks ·-----···-----···------·--- 15-12 
Ice skates ---···--- 15-13 
Ice tongs ·--··-···----···-----··-----·-··· 15-13 
Ignition apparatus ·------··------··-·· 16-5 
Illuminating oil --·-------····----····-· 10·13 
Imitation tile -------- 11-2 
Imitat ion leather ---•---··------···-· 8-4 
Imitati on marble -----'--------····-- 11-2 
Implements ·------··---------·- 15-13 
Incandescent lamps 16-5 
Incense ·------- 10-14 
Incinerators ........ l 5-4a 
Indexes-cellulo id --··-------------· 11-2 
Indexes-paper _____ -·-----·---·------- 8-3 
Indust rial brushes 6-8 
Industria l instruments 16-9 
Industrial ovens l 5-4a 
In fants' bath tub_____ 18-20 
lnfants' blankets -·- -------- 3-B-4 
Infants ' coats -----·--·· 3-B-4 
Infants' knit garments_______ 2- 1 
Infants ' wear ·--·-----------··-·----·-··· 3-B-4 
Ink eradicator ·-··----- --·--·--------·-- 10-1 
Ink machinery .... -----··---- ---·--·· 16-4 
lnk-marking ·----- ----·--·--------·--·· 10-9 
Ink- printing ···--- ------·---------·--·· 10-9 
Ink stands -----···-----··-·--·------·-··· 15-26 
Insecticides ·---··-- 10-2 
Instruments cases --·······------·-··· 18-11 
Instruments ·----- ----·--·---------··-····· 16-9 
Instruments-electric ·--·----·-······ 16-9 
Insul ated wire ---·--··----------····---· 15-18 
Insulating boxes ··--·------····-----15-17 
Interior decorators ··--·-----···-·--··- 3-E-6 
Interior trim -··--·········-··--········· 6-1 
Intravenous solutions ---·-·······-· 10-3 
I ron buckets -----··-·----------·-········· 15-3 
I ron castings --·-·----------······--··--· 15-4 
Iron cemetery supplies--······-----· 15-2 
I ron foundry ··-···--------·········----· 15-4 
I ron gates ···---·---------·····-···--·--· 15·1 
I ron hooks -·------- -----·--·····------ --· 15-1 2 
lron ore mil li ng ---·---·--··-···-··--· 15-A 
Iron railings ·- --------·----··---------- 15-1 
Iron stairs __ -- ----------·-·------- 15-1 
I ron work ____ 15-1 
Ironing wax ·-············· 10-8 
Irons- electric-pressing ---·-·-----· 16-5 
Ivory novelties ·-·------------········· 11-2 

J 

Jams -------··-----·--------------------···-·-· 1-6 i:~rr~~in~ .. t~~::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 ?~~i 
Jell o ·--··-·· -··-------------------·---··-··---· 1-11 
Jewelers ' bags -----·-·······---3-E-ll 
Jewelers' tools ----·-----·--··---· 15-1 2 
Jewelry brushes ··-·-···---···-··--··-·- 6-8 

18 

Product 
l 11d11str r 
Code 

Jewelry cases-all kinds 
Jewelry-composition __ _ 
Jewel ry dies --- -----------··-··-·------
Jewelry- enameling ···-·-----------

J~~:~[;~=~~fdavi~-g-.:::::: :::::::::::: 
Je\velry-mountings .. 
Jewelry-pla~im.~m ·········-·-········ 
Jewelry-pol1sh1ng ··-···-··········· 
Jewel ry-rhinestonc 
Jewelry-silver ···-·-

f ~1,5a;rirfti~~le~ ·················--··-···· 
Ju te bags __ __ _ 
Jute twine and cordage. 
Jute yarns ....... . 

K 

18-11 
11-4 

15-10 
15-25 
15-23 
15-21 
15-21 
15-21 
15-24 
15-22 
15-21 
18-19 
9·2 

3-E-9 
2-8 
2-8 

Kalamein doors and sash ........ 15-14 
Kegs-wood _ 6-3 
Ketchup ---··---- ------ ···-- --- ----·····----- 1-6 
Keys ---·---··---- _____ 15-13 

~:~,fiin~lo~~~~~ _-_-_-_·_--_-_-_-_-_-_---_·_·_·_-_--_·_-_-_- 3 -~:i 
Kitchen cabinets-metal ·------- 15-14 
Kitchen cabinets-wood ·------· 6-la 
Kitchen cutlery ··---------··---------- 15-12 
Kitchen equipment-metal 15-15 
Kitchen equipment-wood...... 6-5 
Kitchen utensi ls --·-------···--------· 15-1 5 
Knee pants ---··-···--··--· 3-A· l 
Knishes ------ -----······---------··-··-·----- 1-5 
Kni tted fabrics ·-···------·······-----· 2-1 
Knitted hats ----·--·-------···--···-·----- 2-1 
Knitted sportswear ··-·--············ 2-1 
Knitted underwear ··-··-············ 2- 1 
Kni tting machine parts......... ... 16-4 
Knitting mach ines 16-4 
Knitting needl es -------·---····-····-· 15-26 
Knives ·--·---·--··-··-----------··-·······--· 15-12 
Kosher meats ·-·--- --------···-········- 1-2 
Kosher soap ·--·---- -----··--····-··--· 10-7 
Kumyss _ 10-3 

L 

Labelling machines ---·--············ 16-4 
Labels-embossed ---------··-··-···-· 9-11 
Labels-lithographed ---·········-· 9-5 
Labels-meta l ---------·-------·······----15-26 
Labels-paper _ ------------·-···-··-···-· 8-3 
Labels-printed ---·-·-·---···-···--·--· 9·2 
Labels-\voven ···--··-- 2-8 
Laboratories-chemical 10 -1 
Laboratories-dental _ 18-3 
Labora tory apparatus 16-9 
Laboratory glassware 14-3 
I.ace ·-···-··---··-···-···-··---- 2-4 

t~~~ ~~~~~g .. ::::::::::::::: ~:~ 
Lacquer ---···-·-····--··--·------- 10-9 
Lacquering metals ·---- 15-2 5 
ladders- chain ·-·---·------ ---- - 15-26 
Ladders- wood ·-----·------ 6-13 
Lamp black -----·---·---·--- ----- 10-9 
I.amp mountings ·---·---------- 15-16 
Lamp shade frames_________ 15-18 
I.amp shade holders____ 15-26 
Lamp shades 18-10 
Lamps 15-16 
I.amps- auto --··--··---------------·---· 17 ·3 
Lamps- incandescent ---------·--·· 16-5 
Lamps- sun ------·--··--·----------··---· 16-5 
Lantern slides 14-3 
Lanterns _ ---------·······--·-- --------····· 15-16 
Lard ·--·------ ------------······---------··-··· 1-2 
Lath ----·---·--- ------··-···---·---------······ 6-1 
Laundries ·-··--- ----··-·--····-··--·----·-·· 19-1 
Laundry bags ·····-·-------············ 3-E-6 
Laudry d rye rs -·····------------··-····· 15-15 
Laund ry machinery -------·--··-··· 16-4 
Laundry nets --····-------- --------······ 3-E-6 
Lawn mowers ··········-·-·-··········· 16-4 
Lawn sprir;k lers --------- --····-···· 15-13 
Laxatives ---·---·---··----- 10-3 
Lead alloy ·-·--··---- ---- 15-7 
Lead burning ···----- ------·---······-·· 15-7 
Lead pipes ·---··----------------··--·-···· 15-7 
Lead products 15-7 
Lead seals ·--·- 15· 7 
Lead- white _ 10-9 
Leaded glass ------ ---·---·--------··-··· 14-3 
Leader hooks 15-13 
Leaders 15-17 
Leather bags -------·----- 18-11 
Leather bel ts and belting 5-5 
Leather bi ll iard pockets_____ 18-17 
I~1ther bleaching ----·---- 5-8 
Leather box toes 5-2 
Leather cases 18-11 
Leather chopping -------- -- 5-8 
Lea ther coats and sportswear.. 5-6 

Product 
lndus t1 )' 
Code 

Leather coloring 5-8 
Leather covered buckles-------· 18-2 
Leather cutting ------···---------·-··· 5-8 
Leath er d ressi ng 5-8 
Leather embossing --·----------·--··-- 5-8 
Leather gloves and mittens.... 5-3 
Leather hand bags__ 5-4 
Leather hat ornaments........... 5-9 
Leather heels ·--·--- 5-2 
Leat her leggings 5-9 
Leather make-up cases. .. .... 18-11 
Leather novel ties ............... 5-9 
Leather picture frames. 5·9 
Leather pocketbooks --- ------------· 5-4 
Leather polishing wheels........ 5·9 
Leather screens ················-·-····· 5-9 
Leather shanks ·--------------·-······· 5-2 
Leather shaving ...................... 5-1 
Leather shoes and slippers.... 5-2 
Leather straps ____ ---------·········-·· 5-9 
Leather tanning _ -----·--··-·-······-·· 5-1 
Leather tape ·----------·-············-·· 5-9 
Leathers-hat -------·--··-········---···- 5-7 
Leggings-fabric ---·············-----··· 3-C-5 
Leggings-leather -- -···········--··-- 5-9 
Lenses _________ -----·--···············-··--·-14-2 
Letter service ---·-···········-··-··-···-- 9-12 
Lettering -------·---······-··-···-··-··--··-- 18-1 
License plate fasteners ____________ 15-23 
Licorice candy ·--···-·····-------·-···-- 1-8 
Life preservers-cork ··----·------· 6-12 
Ligh t bulbs ··---·-----··--------·---··--· 16-5 
Light hardware ·--------------------- 15-13 
Lighting fixtu res ---------------- ------ 15-16 
Linens-art and fancy ____________ 3-E-7 
Linens-bed ---------------·-----·--··-·-· 3-E-6 
Linens-household ----······--······ 3-E-6 

ti~r;~~=--~~~;:ts ___ :::::::::::::::::::::: 68~~ 
Linoleum novelties ................ 11-2 
Linotype machine parts............ 16-4 
Linotype machines ·-------···--··--- 16-4 

ti~~:~tn,;il ··:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 10?ii 
Lip stiCks ·········-------------·---------·- 10-4 
Liquid soap ·-----·----------------------- 10-7 
Liquor-alcoholic -- ---- -- -- -·····-··· 1-9 
Litho varnish ------ --------- --·---·---· 10-9 
Lithographic machinery -------· 16-4 
Lithographic plates -----------------· 9·5 
Lithographing ink -------·-- -·-- -----· 10-9 
Lit\1ographing-offset. 9-5 
Lit 1ographmg on tm__ ___ _________ 9·5 
Lithography _ ---------------------------- 9-5 
Lobby display frames and 
t icket booths 

Lock corner boxes 
Lockers-metal ------·-----------· 
Locks ___________________ ---------------------· 
Locomotive repa irs ................. . 
Locomotives ......... . 
Loom tools _____ _ 
Loose leaf devices 
Lowerators ................. .. . 
Lubricating devices 
Lubrica ting oil _______________ ------· 
Luggage _ 
Lumber ___ _ 
Lunch kits 
Lunch wagons .................... .. . 
Lye ·- --··-·----··-·-··---·--··-·· 

M 

6-4 
6-2 

15-14 
15-1 3 
17-1 
17-1 
15-10 
9-3 
16- 1 

15· 13 
10-13 
18-11 
6-1 

15-17 
17·5 
10-1 

Macaroni ···············--·-···--·--········· 1-5 
Macaroni dies -------·---·---·---·---· 15-10 
lvf acaroni machinery ·--··-··--··--·· 16-4 
Macaroni moulds --------------··---· 15-10 
Machine build ing ----------------16-3 & 4 
Machine embroidery ··------·---·--- 2-5 
Machine forgings ·-··-----··--·-----'. 15-9 
Machine parts ··-··-··--··--·---·--·---- 16-3 
Machine shops -··--·--··--·-·-·------- 16-3 
Machine work ·---·-···-·-------·-·----- 16-3 
Mach ined products ·--·--·--------- 16-3 
Machinery-heavy ··---------------- 16-1 
Machines-business and 
recording ------------ 16-8 

Mach inists 16-3 
Mackintoshes --------- ------------------ 3-C-l 
Magazines-printing 9·1 

~~fds~t'::nif;;·;~~-: :::::_______________ 3~~:~ 
Mail chutes ----------------------------- l5-14 

~~\\\~~ :::hi;;~~-:::: :::::::::::::::: 3 j~:~ 
Make-up cases ------------·------ 18-1 1 
Malt-canning ---------------·---------· 1-10 
Malt extract __ 1-1 0 
Malt-roasting _ 1-10 
Malted milk __ __ -------- ------·---·---· 1-11 
Manifold books ---------------·····-··· 9·3 
Mannequ ins _ 18- 1 
Mantels-metal --·-----··--··--·--· 15-1 
Mantels-wood ---- ------·---------·--- 6-la 

Product 
Ind11sll-y 
Code 

Map mounting ··················-----· 18-12 
lv!ap printing ··---------------··-····-- 18-12 
Maple sugar ----------- 1-7 
Maple syrup ____ ----------·-·----- 1-7 
Maps ·-···----------------- ------- -···--------- 18-12 
l\i[arabou trimmings ................ 18-7 
Marble-grinding and crushing 12-6 
Marble polishing __ 12-2 
Marine electric devices.. ... 16 -5 
Marine engines . ........ .... .......... 16-2 
Iviarine hardware ....... ........ .. . 15-13 
Marine lamps __ 15- 16 
Marking ink . 10-9 
Masks ····-·-··---------------------·------- -3-E-1 l 
Matches-safety book _ 8-3 
Matrices and mats.. .... 9- 10 
Mats-cocoa-fibre ----------- 2-4 
Mats- gymnasium ----------- 3-E-9 
Mats-rubber ------------------ 11-1 
Mattress covers .............. 3-E-6 
Mattress tufts ·-------------- ---- 15-26 
Mattresses ---------- 18- 13 
Matzoth ·--··----------------- 1-5 
Mayonnaise ··-··-···-··········-··········· 1- 11 
Measuring .instruments ... ............. 16-9 
Meat packing _______________ 1-2 
Meat products ---------------- 1-2 
Mechanical stokers 16-4 
Medals --------··--···--·--·-·---·-----·-- 15-26 
Medical instruments ·-- - 16-9 
Medicinal tea ·-- -- -- -- ------- -- -------- 10-3 
Medi cine cabinets --·---·------------- 15 -1'1 
Medicine droppers 18-18 
Med icines ·---- 10-3 
Men's caps ·-- ------ ________________ 3-D -2 
Men's clothes and fur-
nishings ·--··----- ------- 3-A-l . 2. 3. 4 

Men's hats ------------------------- 3-D- l 
Men's shirts _ _ _____ __ _______ 3-A-3 
Men's shorts --------------- 3-A-3 
Menu covers ................ ... .... ... 11 -2 
Mesh- wi re 15-18 
Metal beds 15- 14 
Metal boxes _ ----------------------- --··- 15-17 
Metal cabinets --------------- --- 15- 14 
Meta l concrete -i~;-~s 15 -1 
Metal embroidery 15-22 
Metal fasteners --------- --------------- 1 5-26 
Metal fenci ng- not including 
wire ··-· -·············-···-···· 15-1 

Metal frames ---- --- -- ------------------- 15-17 
Meta l furniture ----------·-·-------·--- 15-14 
Metal hose ------------·-····----··-··-·· 1 5-26 
Metal insu lation ----·-·····--··--··-·- 15-14 
Metal labels _ ------------·---------··-· 15-26 
Metal moulds ___ 15-10 
Metal novelties ---------------- ----- --- 15-26 
Metal number bands _________ ___ ___ _ 15-26 
Metal plated ware 15-20 
Metal plating 15-24 
Metal polish -------------------- ___ 10-14 
Metal rolling -------------------- ___ ___ 15-7 
Metal sash and doors 15-14 
Metal signs --------------------------- 18-1 
Metal stamping 15- 17 
Metal store fronts 15- 14 
Metal t ags __ ----------------- ------------ 1 5-26 
Metal tanks ------------------·--·--··--·- 15-3 
Meta l tile 15- 17 
Metal treating and p1ocessing 15-27 -
Metal trunk tm1)mings 15- 17 
Metal weather strips 15-17 
Meta II ic packing ____ 11-2 
Metallized graphite 12-6 
Meta lliz ing machines -------- --·· 16-4 
Metals-non-ferrous-smelting 15-7 

~::::~~-p-r~~-io_us __ : : :::::: ::: ·---· ~ ?,:~ 
Mica goods ______ __ ____ _____ 12-5 
Mi litary uniforms ------------ 3-A-2 
Mi lk cabinets 15-15 
Milk cans ---------------- ------·-- Hi- 17 
Milk products 1-1 
Milking machines 16-4 
Milliners' covered wire ............ 15 -18 
Mil_l~nery ornaments-compo-

s1t1on ························--·······-···· 
Mil I inery ornaments-metal .... 

~i[J~;rk of ___ ~'.~.>::::::::::·--------· 
Mimeograph machinery 
Mimeoyraphing ............ . 
Minera water ......................... . 
1vfineral water machinery ..... . __ 
Minerals-ground -----·-·-·-··-------
Miners' lamps ---·······-·············· 

~t ~j~f £;:~~~ n~~~ .. ::~~~::::::::::::::: 
Mirrored boxes ·····················-·· 
Mirrors _ ······················--·-···-······ 
Model forms ____ ---- --··-·-·--·---·----
Models- ( mannequins) ------··-· 
Models- (patterns) ··-·-· 
Modern furniture 
Molasses ·-·············- ............ ..... . 
Molding Iil.:!cliinery 
Monograms ... .................... . 

11-4 
15 -22 
1-4 
6- 1 
16-4 
9- 12 
1-9 
16-4 
12-6 
15-16 
16-1 
6-9 
14-3 
14-3 
18-1 
18-1 
6-11 
6-5 
1-7 
16-4 
15 -26 

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Product 
lndll!try 
Code 

Monorails ........... ..................... . 
Monotype composition ........... . 
Monuments ............................... . 
Mop wringers ........................... . 
Mops ......................................... . 
Moth repellent boxes .......... : .. . 
Motion picture apparattis and 

16-1 
9-2 
12-2 

15-13 
6-8 
8-1 

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Motor trucks ............................ 17-3 

f:I~:~~~y~l~s ____ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i~:~ 
Moulded rubber goods............ 11-1 
Mouldings-metal .................... 15-14 
Mouldings-plastic -················· 11-2 
Mouldings- wire ················--···· 15-18 
Mouldings- wood ............. 6-1 
Moulds ·································-···-15-10 
Muff beds ······························---· 3-C-5 
MufHers-men's ···················-··-- 3-A-4 
Multigraphing ················-····-··-· 9-1 2 
Music cases ····················---------- 18-11 
Music printi ng ·········-·····--·- 9-6 
Music rolls ·····················- 8-3 
Musical instrument cases ... ..... 18-11 
Music instruments ··········-·---- ---- 6-7 
Musical strings ··············-···-··· 15-18 
Mustard ...................................... 1-11 
Mutoscope reel .......... -.............. 16-4 

N 

Nail heads ................................ 15-13 
Nai l polish ,..... .......................... 10-4 
Nailing machinery .................. 16-4 
Nai ls and rivets.... 15-13 
Name plates ............................ 15-26 
Napkins- paper ...... 8-3 
Narrow fabrics ........................ 2-8 
Nautical instruments .. 16-9 
Nava l uniforms ....................... 3-A-2 
Neck bands ......... - 3-A-3 
Neckties-men's ...................... 3-A-4 
Neckwear-women's ...... 3-13-6 
Needles and pins ...................... 15-26 
Negligees, kimonos and house 
coats ........... ........ ... ........ .......... 3-B-8 

Neon accessories ............. ......... 18-1 
Neon signs ................................ 18-1 
Neon tubes .............................. 18-1 
Netting ...................................... 2-4 
Newspapers-printing ............. 9· 1 
Nickel plating ....... .................. 15-24 
Nightgowns ................................ 3-B-7 
Non-ferrous meta)s....:...smelting 
and refining ·····-·······-··-······-·- 15-7 

Nood les ·····-··············-··--·---··--·-- 1-5 
Novelt ies-bakeli te .................. 11-2 
Novelties-celluloid ..... 11-2 
Novelties- cloth ...... 3-E-5 
Novelties- feather .... 18-7 
Novelties-glass ....... 14-3 
Novelties-leather .................... 5-9 
Novelties- metal ...................... 15-26 
Novelties- miscellaneous ........ 18-20 

~~~~J:i~~=~~~;r ··:::::::::::::::::::::: 1 ~:~ 
Novelties- plastic .................... 11-2 
N ovelties- wood ...................... 6-13 
Novelty cases ·········-··--··'-·--··--·--18-11 
Novelty furniture -·-·······-···---·-- 6-5 
Novelty hats ............................ 3-D-1 
Numbering machines .............. 16-8 
Nursery furniture .................... 6-5 
Nurses ' uniforms ...................... 3-B-3 
N uts ··--···-····························--···· 1-11 

0 

Oars ............................................ 17 -6 
Obstetrical supplies .................. 18-18 
Office equipment- metal ........ 15-14 
Office partitions ........................ 6- la 
Offset printing and· lithography 9-7 
Oil burners ................................ 15-4a 

~11~1~g~:~:g::::·: -::-_-:::::::::::: ~r ft 
Oilcloth ...................................... 2-4 

g::~~es~~~~i~1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ 6:g 
Oils-salad ··-·······--··-·······-······--· 10-11 
Oils- vegetable ·····-···-···-···-··--·-10-11 
O intments ·····-···-··---·--··-···--·--··-·· 10-3 
Olive oil -··--··--··-··-·--·-······--·-···- 10-11 
Olives ........................................ 1-1 1 
Onion choppers ........................ 15-15 
Onyx novelties ............... 11-2 
Opera hats ............................... 3-D- l 
Optica l cases ............................ 18-11 
Optical frames ..................... '. .. 14-2 

Product 
Industry 
Code 

Optical hinges .............. ......... 14-2 
Optical instruments ................ 16-9 
Orange squeezers -···-··--··--··--··- 15-15 
Orange sticks -·--···-··-···-·---··---·- 6-13 
Organs ...................................... 6-7 
Ornamental glass .................... 14-3 
Ornamental meta l work...... ...... 15 -1 
Ornaments-cloth .................... 3-E-5 
Ornaments- compos ition ........ 11-4 
Ornaments- feathe r ................ 18-7 
Ornaments- glass ............. ....... 14-3 
Ornaments- metal ... ............... 15-26 
Ornaments-plaster .................. 12-4 
Ornaments-rhinestone ............ 15-22 
Ornaments-sheet metal ........ 15-17 
Ornaments-shoe ··············---- ---- 5-2 
Orthopedic appliances ............ 18-18 
Orthopedic shoes .................... 5-2 
Ovens-industrial .................... 15-4a 
Overalls ...................................... 3-A-2 
Oxygen ...................................... 10-1 
Oysters ...................................... 1-3 

p 

Packaging machines 16-4 
Packing-asbestos .............. ...... 12 -6 
Packing-boxes .................. ...... 6-2 
Packing candy -··--·--···--·--··-·---··- 1-8 
Packing- composition --·····-···-·- 11-2 
Packing dried fru it.................. 1-6 
Packing-mechanical .............. 11-2 
Packing rice .............................. 1-11 
Packing-rubber ........................ 11-1 
Packing seed .............. .............. 1-14 
Packing spices .......................... 1-11 
Pads-cloth .............................. 3-E-1 l 
Pads-table (paper) .............. 8-3 
Pails .......................................... 15-17 
Paint brushes ........... 6-8 
Paint-cold water 10-10 
Paint machines ........ 16-4 
Paint sprayers equipment........ 16-2 
Paint and varn ish..... ............... 10-9 
Painting buttons -·---··---·-·····-···· 18-2 
Painting furniture --·--·····--··---- 6-5 
Pajamas- boys' and men's ...... 3-A-3 
Pajamas-women's and chil-
dren' s -·--··-······-··········-- 3-B-7 

Pamphlets .................................. 9-3 
Panels and switchboards.......... 16-5 
Panels-veneer ······-··········-··-···-· 6-1 
Pants .......................................... 3-A-1 
Paper bags ................................ 8-2 
Paper box maki ng machines.... 16-4 
Paper boxes ........................... ..... 8-1 
Paper clips-wire ·······--··--·---·--15-18 
Paper coating and finishing.... 8-4 
Paper converting --- -- -- ------- ------ 8-3 
Paper cups -·--······-···-·····-·--·-··--·- 8-1 
Paper cut-outs ··-···-··--···-··--··--- 8-3 

~~~~~ 'dist~~~g .. :::::::::::::::::::::::::: n 
Paper linings ·········-··--·--··--··--··- 8-3 
Paper mache novelties... ........... 11-2 
Paper mountings ...................... 8-3 
Paper products .. !..................... 8-3 

~~~~~ :~11n:U.1.~:: :::::::::::::::::::::: ~:~ 
Paper tubes .......... ............. 8-1 
Paper twine ············--······-······-·- 8-3 
Paper working machinery........ 16-4 
Parlor frames -·-···-···-···-···-··-··--·- 6-5 
Parlor suites ·-·--··--·---·----·--·-···-- 6-5 
Parquet flooring ·····-···-··--··--·---·- 6-la 
-Part itions-metal ------------··--·---·- 15-14 
Partit ions-wire ·········-··---·-------- 15-18 
Partitions-wood -····-··--·-··--······ 6-l a 
Parts for auto wheels.... .......... 17-3 
Passementerie trimmings ........ 2-6 
Paste ·····-·---·-··-··-······-·-··-···-···--·-- 10-14 
Pastry ·······-··--··--··-···-···-······--··-·· 1-5 
Patent medicines ···--·---·-·--·-··-··- 10-3 
Patterns-paper ·············-···-··--·- 8-3 
Patterns- wood and metal...... 6-11 
Paving material ... .................... 10-i3 
Pearl paste (fish essence) 10-14 
Pearl revolver handles.. .. 11-2 
Pen points-gold ............. 15-21 
Pencil movements .......... .. 15-13 
Pencil printing machines 16-4 
Penci ls ................................ 11-3 
Penc'i ls-electric ............. .. 16--5 
Pencils-embossing and 

Pe~t;i~~~et~i ···::::: : ::: : :::::::: : .... .. 15 ~2~ 
Pennants ·-···-·---·--···············-·--··-·3-E-11 
Pens ........................ ................... 11-3 
Pens-founta in . 11-3 
Pens-gold .................. 15-21 · 
Perfume bottle tops 15-26 
Perfumes ..................... ................. 10-4 
Permanent wave machines...... 16 -5 
Permanent wave pads.... 18-20 
Peroxide ··-··-···-·······-··-···-·---··--·-- 10-3 

JUNE-JULY, 1953 

Product 
Industry 
Code 

Petroleum products -----·----------·-
Pe,vter,vare ·····---------- ------------ -- ---
Pharmaceuticals --------- ---------------
Phonograph needles ............... . 
Phonograph records ............... . 
Phonographs -·--··-··-······-·······-···-· 
Photo- engraving ------ ---- --- -------
Photo- engraving films ......... . 
Photo- engravin,g mach ines ----
Photo-gelatin work --- -------------
Photo j ewe! ry ----··············-···-··· 
Photo lettering machines .. ..... . 
Photo lithography ................... . 
Photo mounts ......................... . 
Photo offset ........ . ..... . 

10-13 
15-20 
10-3 
15-26 
11-2 
6-7 
9-8 
9-8 
16-4 
9-8 

15-26 
16-4 
9-5 
8-3 
9-7 

Photographic apparatus and 
supplies ....... i8-15 

Photographic d isplays 18-1 
Photograph ic supplies 18-1 5 
Photogravure 9-8 
Phremography 9-2 
Piano cases __ 6-7 
Piano strings ................... 15-1 8 
Pianos ...... 6-7 
Pickles ............ ................... 1-6 
Pickling meats .................. 1-2 
Pickling vegetables .. ...... 1-6 
Picture frames-metal ............ 15-26 
Picture frames-wood ............ 6-9 
Pictu re screens --------- ---- ----------- 18-1 5 

~jfe if~bri~·~···:: : : : ::: :::::::::::::::::::::: 1 ~ :i 
Pillow cases ............................ 3-E-6 
Pillows-all kinds .................. 3-E-6 
Pin tickets .............. ........... ...... 8-3 
Pincushions .. ..................... ...... 3-E- 11 
P inions .............................. 16-7 
Pinking shears ................. 15-1 2 
Pins ............... ....................... 15-26 
Pipe cases ............................ 18-11 
Pipe cleaners ........................ 18-20 
Pipe cleaning systems............. 15-17 
Pipe-concrete -····-·-···----------------· 12-3 
Pipe cutt ing and thread ing... . 16-7 
Pipe cutting and threading 
machines ................. 16-4 

Pipe elbows ....................... 15-17 
Pipe fittings .................. 16-7 
Pipe hangers ............. 15 -1 
Pipe hangers ................. 15-1 
Pipe nipples ......................... 16-7 

~: ~~ ~~fri~~s ··::::::: :::::::::::::: 1 ti 
Pipe stems ........ ..................... 11-2 
Pipe wrenches ........................ 15-12 

~jft~;-~?:i~~in~ ... :::::::::::::::::::::::: ;ti g 
Planes .............. .......................... 15-12 
Planing li tho plates.................. 9-5 
Planing mi ll products.............. 6-1 
Planographing ······················-·-- 9-2 

~l~~t~r pb~::d~s .. :::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 ~2~~ 
Plaster casts .............................. 18-18 
Plaster displays -·-·-·-···--·-··--·----- 18-4 
Pl aster novel ties -·-·-·-···-··-··--··-··· 12 -4 
Plaster ornaments ·-·--·-·······-··-·· 12-4 
Pl as ter of paris.......................... 12-3 
Pl aster products ................ 1..2-3 & 4 
Plaster statuary ........................ 12-4 
Pl ast ic mould ings 11-2 
Plastic novelties ... ..................... 11-2 
Pl astic reproductions ------------ 11-2 
Pllstic slate ··-········-···---·-······-··- 12-3 
Plastics ...................................... 11-2 
Pl ate glass ·-··-·--··-······-·--··--······· 14-3 
Plate hardening ........................ 15-27 
Pl ateless engraving .......... ...... 9-2 
Plates-embossed ...................... 9-11 
Plates-engravers ...................... 9-11 
Pl ates-etched ........................ 9 -11 
Plates- graining ........................ 9-5 
Pl ates- rubber ·········-··-··--·------·· 11-1 
Plating machinery ·-·-·-··-··--·--··-· 16-4 

· Platinum jewelry ......... 15-21 
Platinum refining ....... 15-8 
Playing cards --·····--·--·····-···- 9-5 
Pleati ng ..... ................. 3-E-1 
Pleating machinery ····--·---· 16-4 
Plumbing supplies ...... ..... 16-7 
Pneumatic tube equipment 15-17 
Pneumatic tube systems 16-8 
Pocketbook frames-metal 15-26 
Pocketbook frames-wood .... 6-13 
Pocketbooks .............. ................ 5-4 
Poles-clothes and flag.......... 6-13 
Police and firemen"s un iforms .. 3-A-2 
Police whistles ....................... 15-26 
Polish-furniture ..................... 10-14 
Pc:ish-shoe ............................. 10-14 
Polishing glass .... ................... 14-3 
Polishing machines 16-4 
Polishing-metal ..................... 15-24 
Polishing pads ......... ............... 3-E-l 1 
Pool cues ...... ........................... 18-17 
Pop corn ........... 1-11 
Porcelain signs .... ................... 18-1 

Product 
Industry 
Code 

Portable bui ldings-metal 15-14 
Portfolios-paper ··-·-·····--·--··--··- 8-3 
Portrait engraving ..... 9- 11 
Posters ........................................ 18-1 
Pot cleaners-wire .................. 15-18 
Potato chips .............................. 1-11 
Potato peeling machines 16-4 
Poul try feed .................. 1-4 
Poultry rings ... ............... 11-2 
Powder boxes ...................... 15-26 
Powder-face ... ............... 10-4 
Powder pouches .......... . ... 3-E-11 
Powder puffs ...... . ......... 3-E-11 
Powder-talcum ......... ... 10-4 
Powdered charcoa l ..... 12-6 
Powdered mil k ......... 1-1 
Powdered plaster .... ~ 12-3 
Power laundries .......... 19-1 
Power pumps .............. 16-2 
Power tables .. ................... 16-4 
Praying shaJ. 
Excelsior Press 
Federal Procurement & Silb-

contracts 
Jules Printing & Stationery 

Co. 
Larsen Printing Company 
Mallon, Inc., Peter F. 
New York MulUgraphing Co. 
Pollak & Sons, Inc., Julius 
Queens Composition Corp. 
Queensboro Printing· & 

Stationery Co., Inc. 
Strawberry Hill Press, Inc. 
Tavern Printing Corp. 
Ward, Inc., John J. 
Wickersham Press, Inc., The 

3. Bookbinding and Blank 
Bookm~king 

Dennison & Sons 
Design Unlimited & R etail 

Catalog A lliance 
Empire City Job Print, Inc. 
Mallon, Inc., Peter F. 
Schirmer, Inc., G . 
Sheppard Co., C. E . 
Square Ruling & Binding Co. 
Strawberry Hill Press. Inc. 
Ward, Inc., John J. 
Watts Co., Inc., Alfred Allen 

5. and 7. Lithographing 
and Offset Printing 

Brett Lithographing Co. 
Business Service Bureau, Inc. 
Complete Art & Print Service 
Dennison & Sons 
Design Unlimited & Retail 

Catalog Alliance 
Einson-Freeman Company, 

Inc. 
Empire City Job Print, Inc. 
John, Maurice T. 
Jules Printing & Station ery 

Co. 
Kaltman Press, Inc. 
Mailing Specialties, Inc. 
Mallon, Inc., Peter F . 
Mercury Lithographing 

Corp . 
Queensboro Printing & 

Stationery Co., Inc. 
Schirmer, Inc., G. 
Sheppard Co., C. E. 
Wickersham Press, Inc., The 

6. Music Printing 
Schirmer, Inc., G. 

8. Photo-engraving and 
Rotog1·avure 

Powers Photo Engraving Co. 
Rogers Eng-raving Co., Inc. 
Roller Engraving Co., Inc. 

11. Engraving and 
Embossing 

Mallon, Inc .. Peter F. 
Queensboro Printing & 

Stationery Co., Inc. 

12. Multigraphing, Mimeo-
graphing and Letter 
Service 

Accurate Multigraph Service 
Allee Business Service, Inc. 
Business Service Bureau, Inc. 
Design Unlimited & Retail 

Catalog Alliance 
Mailing Specialties, Inc. 
Mallon, Inc. , Peter F. 
New York Multigraphing Co. 

GROUP 
AND 
UCTS 

10. CHEMICALS 
ALLIED PROD-

I. Chemicals and Dyestuffs 
(Basic-Materials) 

Cole Laboratories, Inc. 
Peerless Oil & Chemical 

Corp. 
Propper Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Superior Industrial Gas 

Corp. 
Williamson & Co., Inc., D. D. 

2. Disinfectants, Deodo-
rants, Insecticides 

Buckingham Wax Co. 
Cole Laboratories, Inc. 
Creco Company, Inc. 
Furno! Corporation 
Gaston Johnston.Corporation 
Opitz, Inc., John 
Pyrox Chemical Corporation 
West Disinfecting Co. 

3. Medicines, Drums, 
Serums, and Pharma-
ceuticals 

Cole Laboratories, Inc. 
Endo Products, Inc. 
National Magnesia Co., Inc. 
Ormont Drug & Chemical 

Co., Inc. 
Propper Mfg·. Co., Inc. 
Squibb & Sons, E . R., Div-

i s ion of Mathieson 
Chemical Corp. 

4.. Cosmetics and Toilet 
Preparations 

Arden, Inc., Elizabeth 
Fuller Brush Co. 
Lever Brothers Company-

Harriet Hubbard Ayer 
Plant _ 

Luft Co., Inc., The George W. 
Neushaefer, Helen, Inc. 

5. Cleaning, 'Vashing ·and 
Bleaching Compounds 
(Other Than Soap) 

Buckingham Wax Co. 
Carbona Products Co. 
Creco Company, Inc. 
Peerless Oil & Chemical 

Corp. 
Pyrox Chemical Corporation 

6. Animal Products 
Polymer Industries, Inc. 
Rubin Co., Inc., H. M. 
Stein -Davies Co. 
Van Iderstine Co., The 

7. Soap 
Buckingham Wax Co. 
Creco Company, Inc. 
Duveen Soap Corporation 
Furno! Corporation 
Lever Brothers Company-

Har.riet Hubbard Ayer 
Plant 

West Disinfecting_Co, . 

8. Wax Products 
Buckingham Wax Co. 
Cole Laboratories, Inc. 
Columbia Wax Works 
Creco Company, Inc. 

9. Paints, Varnishes, Print-
ing Ink and Colors, 
Other Than Dyestuffs 

Ace Lacquer & Chemical 
Co., Inc. 

Adelphi Paint & CQlor 
Works, Inc. 

Agate Lacquer Mfg·. Co., In c. 
Carbozite Protective 
Coatings, Inc. 

Clover Leaf Paint & Varnish 
Corp. 

25 



We off e r 

Complete 

Banking 

Services 

METROPOLITAN 
INDUSTRIAL 

BANK 

• 
Forest Hills Branen 

66th ROAD and 

QUEENS BOULEVARD 

FOREST HI LL S 

Main Office: 

781 EASTERN PKWY. 
' 

BROOI: Corporation 
Columbia Ventilating Co., 

Inc. • 
Conrad & Moser 
Consolidated Ventilating & 

Duct Co., Inc. 
Dorset Products, Inc. 
Duralum Products Company, 

Inc. 
E lm Jay Metal Products Co. 
Em-F-Kay Manufacturing 

Corp. 
Empire City Iron Works, Inc. 
Eutectic Welding Alloys 

Corp. 
Expanded Metal Engineering 

Company 
Fisher Mfg. Co., Inc., John C. 
Flectolune Equipment Co., 

Inc. 
G.B.W. Mfg. Corp. 
G. M. Co. Manufacturing, 

Inc. 

}UNE-}ULY, 1953 

General Steel Products Corp. 
Gerber Machine Company, H. 
Heer Metal Works, Inc. 
Herbert Co., H . T. 
Hudson Machine & Tool 

Corp. 
Hunter llluminated Car Sign 

Co., Inc. . 
Industrial Sheet Metal Co. 
Irvin Ware Company 
Jackson Co., Wm. H. 
Keiner Williams Stamping 

Co. 
L a ndau Metal Products 

Corp. 
La Rosa Co., Inc., J. 
Long I sland Sheet Metal 

Corp. 
Macl<:lin Fabricated :Metals, 

Inc. 
Metal Etchin g Corp. 
Munder & Son, Inc., A. 
Par-Metal Products Corp. 
P eepels Co., Inc., W. H. 
R. and R . Metal Products 
Rainbow Metal Units Corn. 
Real Machine Company,. Inc. 
Reliance Ferrule Company 
Sexauer & Lemke, Inc. 
Shore Mfg. Co., Inc., R . W. 
Stainless Metals, Inc. 
Stern-Brown, Inc. 
Sunroc Co .. Inc. 
Tru-Tone Metal Products, 

Inc. 
United Precision Products, 

Inc. 
Van Alst Metal Works. Inc. 
Volkert Metal Stampings, 

Inc .. John 
Vulcan Boiler Manufacturing 

Corp. 
Waclrnr Company, Fred 
Worra Stamping & Die 

Works 

18. Wire and Wire Goods, 
Not Including Wire 
Springs 

America n Folding Umbrella 
Co. 

American Steel Wool Mfg, 
Co., Inc. 

Anchor Wire Corporation 
Atlantic Wire & Cable Co. 
Circl e Wire & Cable Corp. 
Duralum Products Company, 

Inc. 
Eastern Tube & Tool Co., 

Inc. 
Expanded Metal Engineer-

ing Company 
Gould-Mersereau Co., Inc., 

The 
Mari, Inc., E . & O. 
Marshall Wire Works 

19. Wire Springs 

Stern -Brown, Inc. 

20. Silver, Silver-plated, 
Pewter and Chromium-
plated Work 

American Silver Company, 
Inc. 

Guild Platers, Inc. 
LaBelle Silver Co., Inc. 
Queens Plating Co., Inc. 
Sherman & Co. 
Tittmann, Inc., Gottfr ied M 
Wilson Specialties Co., Inc. 

21. Jeweh-y: Gold, Silver 
and Platinum 

Axel Bros., Inc. 
Ross Watch Case Corp. 
Tittmann, Inc., Gottfried M. 
U. S. Chain Co. 

23. Eng1·aving, Jewelry, 
and Silverware 

24. Plating and Polishing 

Abbey Installations, Inc. 
Capitol Plating Co. 
Flectolune Equipment Co., 

Inc. 
Guild Platers, Inc. 
Industrial Mfg. & Finishing 

Co. 
LaBelle Silver Co., Inc. 
Le.g·ion Utensils Company 
Levco Metal Finishers, Inc. 
Long Island Mechanical 

Plating Co., Inc. 
Metal Etching Corp. 
Premier Metal Etching 

Company 
Queens Plating Co .. Inc. 
Sklar Mfg. Co., J. 
Star Chromium Corp. 
Tru-Tone Metal Products, 

Inc. 

25. Japanning, Enameling, 
Galvanizing, and 
Tinning 

General Steel Produ~. ts Corp. 
Industrial Mfg. & Finishing 

Co. . 
P. & M. Finishing Co. 

26. Metal Goods Not 
Elsewhere Classified 

Allied Metal Hose Co. 
Dietz.gen Co., Inc., Eugene 
Expanded Metal Engineer-

in g Company 
Fedders -Quigan Corp. 
Giberson & Co., Inc., E .. D . 
Labelle Silver Co., Inc. 
Le·gion Utensils Company 
Levco Me tal Finishers, Inc. 
Lippe & Co., Inc. 
Manhattan Perforated Metal 

Co., Inc. 
Marve l Slide Fastener Corp. 
Metallizing Engineering Co., 

Inc. 
Premie r Metal Etching 

Company 
Seamlex Co., Inc. 
Stainless Metals, In c. 
Sunroc Co., Inc. 
Un ited Metal Hose Co., Inc. 
Universal Steel Equipment 

Corp. 
Waldes Koh-I-Noor. In c. 
Wilson Specialties Co., Inc. 
Wolff Appliance Corp. 

27. Metal Treating and 
Processing 

Gem Heat Treating Co., In c. 
Salkover Metal Processing 

of New York, Inc. 
Sklar Mfg. Co., .r. 
Za rkin Machine Co., Inc. 

GROUP 16. MACHINE 
SHOPS: MACHINE 
BUILDING, MACHINE 
PRODUCTS AND GEN-
ERAL MACHINE WORK 

1. Elevators, Dumhwaite1·s, 
and Heavy Machinery 

Armor Elevator Co., Inc. 
Baldwin Enclosures. Inc. 
Curtis Elevator Co., Inc. 
Derrick & Hoist Co., Inc. 
Genera l Conveyor Company 
Haughton Elevator Company 
H yste r Company 
Industrial Products Engine-

ering Co. 
Marcato Elevator Co., Inc. 
Otis Elevator Co. 
Stimmel Winch Co. 
Watson Elevator Co., Inc. 
Wegner Machinery Corp. 
Williamsburg Steel Products 

Co. 

2. Engines, Motors, Pumps, 
and Compressors 

Acme Gear Co., Inc. 
International Diesel Electri c 
Kohler Co., Inc. 
P . & D. Mfg. Co. 
Rappuhn Corp. 
Reiner & Co., John 

3. General Machine Build-
ing & Machine Shops; 
Welding 

Admiral Tool & Die Co., Inc. 
Ame rican Steel Chase Co. 
Atlas Labeling Machine 

Corp. 
Cherry-Burrell Corp, 
Colin Welding Co. 
College Engineering & Tool 

Co. 
Columbia Appliance Corp. 
Danly Machine Specialties, 

Inc. 
Devoe Iron Works, Inc. 
Eastern Welded r'rocls., 111 c-. 
E lmhurst Metal Products Co. 
Empire City Iron Works, lnc. 
Eutectic Welding .Alloys 

Corp. 
Foundation Equipment Corp. 
F-R. Machine Works, Inc. 
G. & S. Precision Mf·g. Co. 
General Register Corp. 
Gilbert, .Abner I. 
G. M. Co. Manufacturing, 
Inc. 

Hallen Co., Inc. 
H. & W. Machinery Corp. 
Hepworth Machine Co., Inc. 
Hoba rt W e lding Accessories, 

Inc. 
International Business 

Mach ines Corp. 
International Diesel Electric 
International Mutoscope 

Corp. 
J ackson Co., Wm. H . 
Kamiss Mfg. Co. 
L a w Pipe Railin'g Corp. 
Ledkote Products Co. of 

N. Y., Inc. 
Linde Air Products Company 
Maso Machine & Tool Corp. 
Matchless Metals Corp. 
Maytag Atlantic Co., Inc. 
Merit Machine Products Co. 
Metalock Repair Service, 

Inc. 
Modern Tool & Machine Wks. 
Morey Machinery Co., Inc. 
Moser Mfg. Co. 
Nelpin Mfg. Co .. Inc. 
Parlrnr-Gaines Div. of Tex 

Machine Co. 
Peerless Instrument Co. 
Pernick Co., Inc., Joseph 
Pitz Foundry, Inc. 
Pneumatic Tool Sales & 

Repair Co. 
Pressed & Welded Steel 

Products Co., Inc. 
Rainbow Metal Units Corp. 
R. a nd R. Metal Products 
Ressa Welding, Pat 
Rhoades Metaline Co., Inc., 

R. w. 
Salkover Metal Processing of 

New York, Inc. 
Sheppard Co., C. E. 
Shore Mfg. Co., Inc .. R. W. 
Speed Products Co., Inc. 
Stanat Tool & Machine Co. 
Standard Motor Prods .. Inc. 
Steel-Alloy Products Co. 
Tubular Textile Machinery 

Corp. 
Twix Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Van A l st Metal Works, In c. 
Voges Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Washington Welding & 

Boiler Service, In c. 
Weldrite Co., Inc. 
Zarkin Machine Co., Inc. 

4.. ~pedal Machine Build-
ing, Including Special 
Machine Parts 

Admiral Tool & Die Co., Inc. 
Alpha Sheet Metal Works 
American Measuring Instru-

ments Corp, 
American Steel Chase Co. 
Cherry -Burrell Corp. 

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CAROL 

MANAGEMENT 

CORPORATION 

ALFRED L. KASKEL 

President 

• 

30 

Stack Jacks More than two million man-. • hours without a lost-time 
accident-that's the safety record of the 300 men in 
one of Con Edison's construction maintenance groups. 
Careful workers-plus intensive safety training and 
the most modern safety devices make such records 
possible. At Con Edison, employee safety comes first. 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



Colin Welding Co. 
Columbia .Appliance Corp. 
Conra d & Moser 
Daco Machine & Tool Co. 
Elmhurst Metal Products Co. 
Federal Machine & Tool Co., 

Inc. 
Fulton Engineering Co. 
Galind Machine Tool Co. 
G. & S. Precision Mfg. Co. 
Gerber Machine Company, H. 
Gilbert, Abner I. 
Hager & Son, E . F. 
H. & W. Machinery Corp. 
Hepworth Machine Co., Inc. 
Himoff Machine Co. 
Hobart Welding Accessories. 

Inc. 
Hudson Machine & Tool Co. 
Hyster Company 
Industrial Products Engi-

neering Co. 
International Diesel Electric 
International Mutoscope 

Corp. 
International Spare Parts 
Kohler Co., ·Inc. 
Linde Air Products Company 
Merit Machine Products Co. 
Metallizing Engineering Co .. 

Inc. 
Metro Mfg. Co. 
Moser Mfg. Co. 
Noring Machine Corporation 
Pernick Co .. Inc., Joseph 
Pfaff, Inc., George 
R. and R. Metal Products 
Richardson-Allen Corpora-

tion 
Robco Manufacturing Divi-

sion, Pilot International 
Corporation 

Schmitt & Son, F. R. 
Speed Products Co., Inc. 
Stacom, Ma thew J . 
Stanat Tool & Machine Co 
Sunroc Co., Inc. 
Super!or Industrial Gas 

Corp 
Swiss Precision Mfg. Co., Inc. 
T. & S. Manufacturing 

Company, Inc. 
United Precision Products, 

Inc. 
Van Alst Metal Works, ln<' . 
Voges Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Wilson, Inc. , Thomas C. 

5. Electrical and Electronic 
Appliances, (Not Includ-
ing Radios, Radio 
Parts; Television, 
Television Parts) 

Adams Laboratories, Inc. 
Aeroflex Laboratories, Inc. 
American Measuring Instru-

ments Corp. 
Auth Elllctric Co., Inc. 
Aviation Engineering Corp. 
Baron Company 
Belocle Instrument Corp. 
Bright Radio Laboratories, 

Inc. 
CBS-Columbia Inc. 
Cole Electric Products Co. 
Component Manufacturers, 

Inc. 
Eagle Electric Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Electrical Fittings Corp. 
Electrolux Corporation 
Fahnestock Electric Co., Inc. 
Fisher Radio Corporation 
F-R Machine Works, Inc. 
Genarco. Inc. 
H. G. Machine & Tool Com-

pany 
Insuline Corp. of America 
International Business 

Machines Corp. . 
International Diesel Tr.t.ric 
International Spare Parts 
Kessler Products, Inc., 

Frank 
LaBelle Silver Co., Inc. 
Landau Metal Products 

Corp. 
Magnetic Analysis Corp. 
Maxson Corporation, 

W. L .. The 
Nuclear Consultants, Inc. 
Metropolitan Electric :Mfg 

Co. 
Olympic Radio & Television , 

Inc. 
P. & D . Mfg. Co. 
' Peerless Instrument Co. 

JUNE·JULY, 1953 

Rappuhn Corp. 
Richardson-Allen Corpora-

tion 
Robco Manufacturing 

Division, Pilot Inter-
national Corporation 

Rotiss-o-Mat Corporation 
Stanat Tool & Machine Co. 
Standard Motor Prods., lnc. 
Stern-Brown, Inc. 
Stevens T. V. 
Street Lighting Equipment 

Corp. 
Sylvania Electric Products. 

Inc. 
Telectro Industries Corp. 
Underwood Corp, Electronic 

Computor Div. 
Wappler, Inc. 
Western Elec. Co., Queens-

boro Works 

6. Radios and Radio Parts; 
Television Equipment 
and Parts 

Andrea Radio Corp. 
Camburn, Inc. 
CBS-Columbia Inc. 
Component Manufacturers, 

Inc. 
Conrad & Moser 
DeWald Radio Mfg. Corp. 
Fisher Radio Corporation 
F-R Machine Works, Inc. 
Insuline Corp. of America 
Radio Engineering Labs .. 

Inc. 
Sylvania Electric Prods., Inc. 

7. Gears, Valves, Bearings, 
Plumbing Supplies and 
Miscellaneous Machined 
Products 

Acme Gear Co., Inc. 
Crane Co. 
Crest Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Gas Consumers Service 
Hess Co., Inc., Charles 
Kohler Co., Inc. 
Leibfried Mfg. Corp., C. H. 
Liquidepth Indicators, Inc. 
. Micron Gear Mfg. Company 
Savoy Brass Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Stimmel Winch Co. 
United Metal Hose Co., Inc. 

8. Fine Machines: Business 
and Recording Machines, 
Meters and Firearms 

General Register Corp. 
International Business 

Machines Corp. 
International Mutoscope 

Corp. 
Neptune Meter Co. 
Underwood Corp., Electronic 

Computor Div. 

9. Instruments 

Adams Laboratories, Inc. 
American Measuring Instru-

ments Corp. 
Aviation Engineering Corp. 
Be!ock Instrument Corp. 
Daco Machine & Tool Co. 
Dietzgen Co., Inc., Eugene 
Federal Machine & Tool Co., 

Inc. 
Fisher Mfg. Co., Inc., John C. 
Ford Instrument Co. Division 

of The Sperry Corp. 
G. & G. Precision Works. Tnc. 
G. & S. Precision Mfg. Co. 
General Register Corp. 
International Mutoscope 

Corp. 
Kollsman Instrument Corp. 
Liquidepth Indicators, Inc. 
Liquidometer Corp. 
Maxson Corporation, W. L. 

The 
Moeller Instrument Co .. Inc. 
Nuclear Consul tan ts, Inc. 
Peerless Instrument Co. 
Richter Mfg. Co., Inc., G. F. 
Simmon Bros., Inc. 
Sklar Mfg. Co., J. 

10. Watches and Clocks: 
Manufacturing and 
Assembling 

Bulova Watch qo. 

GROUP 17. TRANSPOR-
TATION EQUIPMENT 

2. Automobile, Truck and 
Wagon Bodies · 

Heil Equipment Co. of N. Y., 
Inc. 

Huber Wagon Works 
Macie Motor Truck Corp. 
Revolving Door Division of 

International Steel 
Company 

Trailmobile Co., The 
U. S. Truck Body Co. 
Walter Motor Truck Co. 
Waters, Inc., James F. 

3. Automobiles and Auto 
Parts, Other Than Auto-
mobile Bodies 

Brockway Motor Co., Inc. 
Camburn, Inc. 
C. & M. Auto Spring Co., Inc. 
G. M. Co. Manufacturing, 

Inc. 
Heil Equipment Co. of N. Y., 

Inc. 
Long I s la nd White Trucks, 

Inc. 
Macie Motor Truck Corp. 
Momo Corporation, The 
Sorensen Mfg. Co., Inc., P. 
Standard Motor Products, 

Inc. 
Washington Welding & 

Boiler Service, Inc. 
Waters, Inc., Jan1es F. 

4.. Airplanes and Airplane 
Parts 

Aeroflex Laboratories, Inc. 
Airol Engineering & Manu-

facturing Company 
Aviation Engineering 

Corporation 
Durham Aircraft Service 

Inc. 
Kollsman Instrument Corp. 
Ledkote Products Co. of 

N. Y., Inc. 
Mars Manufacturing Co., 

Inc. 

5. Vehicles Not Elsewhere 
Classified 

Mack Motor Tr·uck Corp. 
Walter Motor Truck Co. 
International Diesel Electric 

GROUP 18. MISCELLANE-
OUS MANUFACTURING 

I. and 4. Advertising Signs 
and Displays and Dis-
play Fixtures 

Artcraft Display 
Brett Lithographing Co. 
Complete Art & Print Service 
Design-Built Studios, Inc. 
Disosway & Fisher, Inc. 
Display Finishing Co., Inc. 
Drug Merchandizing Service 
Em-Gee Signs 
General Outdoor Advtg., Co., 

Inc. 
Hunter Illuminated Car Sign 

Co., Inc. 
Larsen Printing Company 
Lion Match Company, Inc. 
North American Neon 
Peg Board of N. Y. 
Seaporce l Metals, Inc. 

Shenker Displays, Inc. 
Structural Display Company, 

Inc. 
Wickersham Press. Inc., The 

2. Buttons and Buckles 
(All Kinds); Cellophane 
Bags 

Cellu-Craft Products Corp. 
Schwanda & Sons, B . 
Voges Mfg. Co. 

5. Dolls, Dolls' Clothing 
and Doll Parts 

Art Plastic Co. 
A. & H. Doll Mfg. Corp. 
Elite Creations, Inc. 
Peter Puppet Playthings, 

Inc. 
Plastic Molded Arts Co. 

9.-11. Luggage and Cases of 
All kinds 

Algene Mfg. Corp. 
Braun Crystal Mfg. Co. , Inc. 
Dorset Products, Inc.-Dor-

set-Rex Fifth Ave. 

12. Maps 
Brett Lithographing Co. 

13. Mattresses, Box Springs, 
Couch Beds, Etc. 

Durocraft Products, Inc. 

15. Photographic Appa-
ratus, Motion Picture 
Apparatus and Supplies 

Camera Optics Mfg. Co., Inc. 
DeJur Amsco Corp. 
G. & G. Precision Works, Inc. 
Genarco, Inc. 
International Mutoscope 

Corp. 
Simmon Brothers, Inc . 

17. Sporting Goods 

18. Surgical Goods 
Deknatel & Son, J. A. 
G. & G. Precision Works, 

Inc. 
Propper Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Q-Tips, Inc. 
Richter Mfg. Co., Inc., G. G 

19. Toys and Games 

Comet Metal Products Co., 
Inc. 

Emenee Industries. Inc. 
Peter Puppet Playthings, 

Inc. 
Premier Decorations, Inc. 
Select Jewelry Mfg. Co., Inc. 

20. Misc'ellaneous Manu-
facturing Not Else-
where Classified 

Artcraft Display 
Jackson Buff Corp. 
Magnetic Analysis Corp. 
Metallizing Engineering Co., 

Inc. 
Penzel, Mueller & Co .. Inc. 
Premier Decorations. Inc. 
United Metal Hose Co., Inc. 

GROUP 19. POWER 
LAUNDRIES 

Community Laundry Service, 
Inc. 

Flood Bros. Textene 
Laundries 

Kent Stores, Inc. 

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8111i11es1 and Pro1e11/011t1/ IJl1ectory 
SALES - SERVICE - DISTRIBUTION 

Industrial and Manufacturing Directory, Page 23 

See Alphabetical Membership Directory, Page 45, for 
Full List of ·Products and Services of ·Each Firm 

ABRASIVES 
See Industrial 
Classification 

ACID PROOF FLOORS 
Master Waterpro.ofers, Inc. 

ACCOUNTANTS AND 
. AUDITOitS 

Bemis & Company, Lloyd E. 
Bender & Rynkar 
Craig & Sternbach 
Davis, James Hughes 
Fusco, Vincent L; 
Getz & Company, Joseph 
Hanley & Co., 'l'horna~ !•'. 
N oethig·er Co., A. J. 
Raeder, Samuel 
Roseman & Runyon 
Rubin, Samuel I. & Co. 
Schneider, Emil L. 
Stein, Bernard 
Walsh & Co., Jam es W. 

ACCOUNTANTS-
CER'l'IFIED PUBLIC 

Bemis & Company, Lloyd E. 
Bender & Rynkar 
Crai·g & Sternbach 
Fusco, Vincent L. 
Getz & Company, Joseph 
Hanley & Co., Thomas F. 
Roseman & Runyon 
Schneider, Emil L. 
Schwaeber & Co., Martin 
Stein, Bernard 
Walsh & Co., James W. 

ADVERTISING AGENCIES 
ADVERTISING & ADVER-

TISING SPECIALTIES 
Donnelley, Reuben H., 

Corporation, The 
John, Maurice T. 
See also Industrial Classifi-

cation (Printers) 

ADVER'rISING DISPLAY 
SERVICE 

Drug Merchandising Service 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
Complete Machinery & • 

Equipment Co. 
Consolidated Concrete 

Cutting Corp. 
L. & J. Concrete Corp. 
Norton Supply Co., Inc. 
Pneumatic Tool Sales. & 

Repair Co. 

AIR CONDITIONING AND 
VEN'rILATING 

Arista Air Conditioning 
Corporation 

Bright Television & Air 
Conditioning 

Broadway Maintenance Corp. 
Burns Heating Supply Co., 

Inc. 
Carroll Sheet Metal Works 
Contractors Air Conditioning 

Corp. . 
Dietz Coal Co., Inc., Philip 
Gas Equipment Corp. 
Jarcho Bros., Inc. 
N. Y. Refrigeration Supply 

Corp. 
Peepels Co., Inc .. W. H. 
Queensborough Radio & Tel-

evision Corp. 
R!mco Refrigeration Corp. 
Soling Heating & Cooling 

Co., Inc. 

}UNE-}ULY, 1953 

Sunset Appliance Stores, Inc. 
York Distributors, Inc. 

See Also Contractors 
(Plumbing & Heating), 
Insulation; Industrial 

Classification 

AIRCRAFT PARTS 
(Distributors) 

Durham Aircraft Service, Inc. 
Ohlson International Corp. 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

AIRLINES 
American .Airlines, Inc. 
Pan-American World 

Airways, Inc. 

AIRPORT & AIRPLANE 
CHARTER, SALES & 

SERVICE 
Queens Seaplane Base 

ALCOHOLIC THERAPY 
McGoldricl,, Edward J., Jr. 

AMBULANCES, 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Gleason, Martin A., Inc. 
Metropolitan Equipment 

Corp. 

AMUSEMENT PARK 
Rocka~ays' Playland 

APPRAISERS 
Callman Co., Inc., Herbert 
Cavanagh & Maher, Inc. , 
Corwin-Gutleber Agency 
Cross & Brown Co. 
Higgins Realty, Inc., E. D. 
Hosinger & Bode, Inc. 
Johnston, Jr., Inc., George C. 
Keck Organization, C. Grant 
Lehr & Benes 
Malone, Thomas F. 
O'Hara, Inc., Frank 
Queens Industrials 
Ritter-Swenson Corp. 
Roman-Caswell Co., Inc. 
Warwick, Alfred N. 
Weber, Inc., Richard P. 

ARCHITECTS 
Braunstein, Benjamin 
Eccles, Alfred H. 
Heller, Simeon 
Irrera, Raymond 
Salerni, Guerino 
Thomas, Andrew J. 

ARTESIAN WELLS 
Sweeney & Gray Co., Inc. 

ASH AND RUBBISH 
REMOVAL 

Casterline, E. & W. 

ASPHALT & ASPHALT 
MATERIAL 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

ATTORNEYS & 
COUNSELORS AT LAW 

Archer, Busch & Engeler 
Axler, Joseph P. 
Clancy, John T. 
Conway & Ryan 
Duffy, Thomas A. 
Dwyer, John A. 
Ferrari, Vincent J. 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas 
Forchelli, Don 
Gabler, Otto M. 
Gering, John P. 
Hallock, Henry P. 
Holtzman, Sharf, Mackell & 

Hellenbrand 
King & Lynch 
Leahy, John J . 
Lieber, Alphonse G . . 
Mishler & Wohl 
Pakula, Irwin 
Payne, A. T. & B. B. 
Ringe, Lester C. 
Roe, James A., Jr. 
Roe & Kramer 
Shevlin, Matthew J. 
Strauss, Harold L. 
Sullivan, Charles P. 
Weldon, George Kent 
Weller, Rogers, Bergen & 

Rochford 
Young, Balbach, Tilford & 

Lewis 

AUTOMATIC MERCHAN-
DISING 

See Vending Machines 

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER 
. SYSTEMS 

Astoria Automatic Sprinkler 
Co. 

Astrove Plumbing & Heat-
ing Corp. 

Malan Construction Corp. 
Peerless Automatic Sprinkler 

Co., Inc. 

AUTO.MOBILES 
(Sales & Service) 

Airport Motors, Inc. 
Bayer Auto Sales, Inc. 
Bay Motors 
Bishop, McCormick & --

Bishop 
Breitfeller's Sales, Inc. 
Campbell, Inc., W. L. 
Carol Motor Sales, Inc. 
Christensen & Weiss Motors, 

Inc. 
City Buick, Inc. 
Coastal Sales Corporation 
Helms Bros., Inc. 
Homeyer Bros. 
Hustedt Chevrolet 
Island Pontiac Corp. 
Kilburn, Stanley S. 
Lenobel Motor Sales, Inc., A. 
McGoldrick Motors, Inc. 
Meyer-Chevrolet, Inc. 
Momo Corporation, The 
Murray-Wiseman, Inc. 
Myrtle Motors Corp. 
Nachman Motors Corporation 
Nash-Freeman Corp. 
Paragon Oldsmobile, Inc. 
Pase Motors, Inc. 
Paterson Motors, Inc., Nat 
Roosevelt Chevrolet Co. 
Rootes Motors, Inc. 
Schildkraut, Inc., Sol. 
Sheer Motors, Inc. 
Smith & Gregory of New 

York, Inc. · 
Stapleton & Schneider Motor 

Sales, Inc. 
Strang Buiclr Co., Inc. 
Surrey Motors Corp. 
Universal Car Sales & 

Service Corp. 
Village Chevrolet Co .. Inc. 
Waters, Inc., James F. 

See Also Trucks 

AUTOMOBILE BODY 
REPAIRS & PAINTING 

L. & L. Super Service Sta-
tions 

Nash-Freeman Corp. 
Ralph's Auto Service 
Tire Distributing 

Corporation 

AUTOMOBILE GARAGES; 
REPAIR SERVICE 

Axel Spring & Welding 
Corp. 

- Ertel Auto Radiator Co. 
Jaclrnon Heights Community 

Garage, Inc. 
L. & L. Super Service Sta-

tions 
Long Island· City Standard 

Garage Corp. 
Mamo Corporation, The 
Tire Distributing Corpora-

tion 
See Also Gasoline Stations 

AUTO LAUNDRY 
Jackson Heights Community 

Garage, Inc. 

AUTOMOBILE PARTS & 
SUPPLIES 

A. & T. Auto Parts, Inc. 
General Auto Parts 
Ohlson International Corp. 
Safeway Tire & Rubber Co., 

Inc. 
Strauss Stores Corp. 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

AUTOMOBILE SERVICE 
STATIONS 

See Gasoline Stations 

AUTOMOBILE TIRES & 
TUBES 

See Tires & Tubes 

BAKERY PRODUCTS 
See Food Products 

,BANICS AND TRUST 
COMPANIES 

Bankers Trust Co. 
Bank of the Manhattan 

Company 
College Point Nationnrge T. 
Security Mutual 
Steele, Charles E. 
Weber, Inc., Richard P. 
Williams, J. A r ch 

INTERIOR DECORA'l'ING 
SERVICE 

Chelsea Upholstery Shop, 
Inc. 

JANITORS' SUPPLIES 
See Hardware, Building 

Materials 

JEWELER 
Beerman Jewelers & En-

graving Co. 
Vigilant Jewelers 
Wagner .Jewelers 

JOCl(:EY CLUBS 
Metropolitan Jockey Club 
Queens County Jockey Clul• 

LABOR & PERSONNEL 
RELATIONS 

King & Lynch 

LADIES' SPECIAL'l'Y SHQPS 
Fields Shops, Inc. 

LAUNDRIES 
See Industrial Classification 

(Power Laundries) 

LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE 
Allied Coat, Apron & Towel 

Supply Co., Inc. 
General Diaper Service 

LIQUORS & WINES (Retail, 
Wholesale & Distributors) 
B1'uchac, Albert E. 
Cella Vineyards, Inc. 
Grand Wine & Liquor Store 
Lowery Liquor & Wine Co. 
McKesson & Robbins, Inc. 
Orteig, Ltd., Jules 
Peel Richards, Ltd. 
Shapiro-Hoffman Co. 
Standard Wine & Liquor 

Co., Inc. 
Star Liquor Dealers, Inc. 

LUBRICATING 
EQUIPMENT 

Alemite Corporation 

LUBRICATING OILS 
See Petroleum; Industrial 

Classification 

LUMBER 
Ace Lumber & Supply Co., 

Inc. 
American Lumber Company, 

Inc. 
Astoria Lumber Co., Inc. 
Bonneau Co., J. J. 
Burton, Inc., Thomas 
Contractors Lumber Co., Inc. 
Crane & Clark Lumber Corp. 

Cross, Austin & Ireland 
Lumber Co. 

Fairway Lumber & Supply 
Co., Inc. 

Fleetwood Box & Lumber 
Co., Inc. 

Hein Lumber Co., Inc., W. J. 
Hussey-Williams Co., Inc. 
Norman Lumber Co., Inc. 
Queensborough Lumber Co., 

Inc. 
Schildknecht Lumber Co., 

Inc. 
Sklar Lumber Co., George 
Triangle Lumber Corp. 
Tri-Bridge Lumber Co. 
U. S. Lumber & Supply Co . ., 

Inc. 
Vernon Lumber Corp. 
Woods Lumber Co., Inc., 

Henry R. 
See .Also Industrial 

Classification 

MACHINERY STORAGE & 
TRUCKING 

See Trucking; Rigging & 
Mill Wrighting 

MAILING SERVICE & 
ADDRESSING 

See Industrial Classification 
(Letter Service) 

MAIL ORDER SALES 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

MANUFACTURERS' REP-
RESENTATIVES 

Alemite Corporation 
A l-Mag Corp. 
Continuous Sales Corp. 
Heidelberg Eastern Sales 

Co. 
Himka, William K. 
Industrial Products Engi-

neering Co. 
Kelly, Inc., John G. 
Reiner & Co., John 

~1ARBLE & TERAZZO 
SUPPLIES 

·See Building Material 

MASONS' SUPPLIES 
Gotham Builders Supply 

Corp. 
Haubitzer Co., Inc., George 
Principe-Danna, Inc. 
Queensboroug·h Lumber Co., 

Inc. 
Supro Building Products 

Corp. 

MEATS & PROVISIONS 
See Food Products; Also 
Industrial Classification 

MEMORIAL PARKS 
Maple Grove Cemetery Assn. 

MERCHANDISE (General) 
Sears, Roebuck & Co. 
Strauss Stores ~:irp. 
See Also Department Stores 

MERCHANDISING SERVICE 
Drug Mercha'ndising Service 

ME'l'AL DISTRIBUTORS & 
WAREHOUSES 

Dreier Structural Steel Co., 
Inc. 

Dubetta Metals Corp. 
Egleston Bros. & Co., Inc. 
Flushing Steel Supply Co. 
Hunterspoint Steel Co. 
K. & S. Metal Supply, Inc. 
Larkin & Co., Inc., J. K. 
Montauk Iron & Steel Corp. 
Thypin Steel Co., Inc. 
Vernon Steel Corp. 
Wheeling Corrugating Co. 
See Also Industrial Classifi-

cation 

METAL FURRING 
& LATHING 

Williamson & Adams, Inc. 

MILIC PRODUCTS 
See Food Products; also In-

dustrial Classification 

MILL SUPPLIES 
See Hardware 

MIMEOGRAPHING AND 
MULTIGRAPHiNG 

See Industrial Classification 

MORTGAGES 
Cox, Edward W. 
Dietz, Henry M. 
Guaranteed Title and 

Mortgage Co. 
Hig·gins Realty, Inc., E. D. 
Home Title Guaranty 

Company 
Hosinger & Bode 
Johnston, Jr., Inc., George C. 
Lehr & Benes 
O'Hara, Inc., Frank 
Roman-Caswell Co., Inc. 
See Also Banks; Savings & 
Loan Associations; Savings 

Banks; Real Estate 

MOTION PICTURE 
THEATRES 

Skouras Theatres Corp. 

MOVING & STORAGE 
Associated Return Load 
Service 

Avella Truckmen 
Daley's Storage Warehouse 
Dunn & Foltner, Inc. 
Haiss Motor Trucking Co., 

Inc. 
Madawick Contracting 

Co., Inc. 
Muller Brothers, Inc. 
Santini Bros., Inc. 
Steinway Van & _Storage Co. 

See Also Trucking 

NAPHTHA PRODUC'l'S 
See Petroleum Naphthas 

NUCLEAR RESEARCH, 
DEVELOPMENT 

Nuclear Consultants, Inc. 

OFFICE MAINTENANCE 
Castle Floor Waxing 

Company, The 
Uti)ity Office Maintenance, 

· Inc. 

OFFICE SUPPLIES & 
EQUIPMENT 

Creco Company, Inc. 
Ohlson International Corp. 
Jules Printing & Stationery 

Co. 
Premier Supply Corporation 
Queensboro Printing & 

Stationery Co., Inc. 

OIL BURNERS & EQUIP- . 
~IENT 

A llan -James, Inc. 
Anthony Co. 
Capson Co., Inc., The 
Dietz Coal Co., Inc., Philip 
Excel Oil Heat & Power, 

Inc. 
Flushing Plumbing Supply 

Co., Inc. 
Hamilton, Inc., Geo. A. 
Hawley Fuel Corporation 
New York Plumbers' Spe-

cialties Co., Inc. 
Paragon Oil Company, Inc. 
Petroleum Heat and Powe r 
Company, Inc. 
Premium Coal & Oil Co., Inc. 
Prior Fuel Oil Co. 
Skaggs-Walsh, Inc. 
Sunrise Oil Co., Inc. 
Whale Oil Company 

ORCHES'l'RAS 
Smith, Jimmy 

ORGANIZATIONS 
American Cancer Society, 

Inc., Queens County 
Cancer Committee 

American Red Cross, Central 
Queens Chapter 

Greater New York Fund 
L. I. Gasoline Retailers 

Assn., Inc. 
Medical Society of The 
. County of Queens, Inc. 
Queensboro Tuberculosis anrl 

Heal th Assn. 
United Hospital Fund of 

N. Y. 
Young Men's Christian 

Association 

PACKAGING 
Cellu-Craft Products Corp. 
Diemer & Co., Inc., William 
Muller Brothers, Inc. 
Posner Sons, Inc., S. 
Queensboro Packaging Corp. 

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NEW YORK STATE APPRAISAL SOCIETY 

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SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL REALTORS 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS 
METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION OF 
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It's Our Business 

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SHIPPING 

Rugs Cleaned, Repaired, 
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57-16 Roosevelt Avenue • Woodside 

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MODERN EQUIPPED 

MACHINE SHOP 
SMALL TO LARGE CAPACITY 

Lathes 

Open Side Planers 

Horizontal Boring Mills 

Vertical Boring Mills 

Radial Drill Presses 

Gear Cutters 

Jig Borers 

Milling Machines 

Screw Machines 

Slotters 

K eyseaters 

Grinders 

Cam Cutters 

Blanchards 

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Cow pastures could be found among the listings of 

the Halleran Agency in its early years . . . and 

among the business men who consulted the Hallerans 

on mortgages and insurance were saddlemakers, 

bootmakers and trottinghorse breeders. 

fl11shin9 
... and the Halleran Agency . .. have changed; 

along with the times. Yellow frame mansions with 
fretwork have been replaced in our listings by duplex 

apartments. We know more about choice apar.tment 

house locations than cow pastures. But families or 

businesses that need homes, mortgages, insurance 

or appraisals ... still ... after a century 

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PACIHNG 
See Moving & Storage; 

Export Packing; Waterproof 
Packi.ng 

PAINTS 
See Hardware; Also 

Industrial Classification 

PAINT & VAR NISH 
THINNERS 

Lunco, Inc. 

PAINTING & DECO.RATING 
See Contractors (Pain ting) 

PAPER MILL SUPPLIES 
lirea"t Eastern Packing & 

Paper Stock Corp. 
See Also Industrial 

Classification 

PAPER PRODUCTS & 
SPECIALTIES 

Diemer & Co., Inc., William 
Drew Paper Products Corp. 
Posner Sons, Inc., S. 
Queens Seaplane Base 
Reliance Paper & Twine 

Corp. 
See Also Industrial 

Classification 

PENSION SYSTEMS 
See Insurance 

PATENT ATTORNEYS 
See Attorneys 

PERSONNEL RELATIONS 
See Labor Relations 

PETROLEUM 
California :Petroleum 

Distributors, Inc. 
City Oil Service, Inc. 
Harper Oil Co. , Inc. 
Island Petroleum Corp. 
Paragon Oil Company, Inc. 
Sun Oil Co. 
Whale Oil Company 
See Also Fuel Oil; Industrial 
· Classification 

PETROLEUM NAPHTHAS 
Lunco, Inc. 

PETROLEUM SOLVEN'l'S 

Lunco, Inc: 

/ PHOTOGRAPHS (COMMER-
CIAL & PORTRAITS) 

Guillo Studios 
Plaza Photographers 

PHOTOGRAPHY (Aerial) 
Queens Seaplane Base 

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 
Acampora, A. Anthony, M.D. 
Baselice, Peter P. , M .D . 
Emmi, Anthony J ., M.D. 
Fulmer, G . Thurman, M.D. 
Gladstein, Arthur H., M.D. 
Miller, William H .. lVI.D . 
Nicosia, Anthony P., M.D, 
Presto, Andrew J., M .D. 
Raskind, David M., M.D. 
Sarner, I., M.D. 
Smith, Robert H., M .D. 
Sperrazza, · Augustine J ., 

. M.D., D.O., S .E. 
Woode!, Herbert R.. M.D. 

PIPE & PIPE FITTINGS 
See Hardware; Plumbing & 

Heating Supplies 

PLUMBING & HEATING 
CONTRACTORS 

See Contractors (Plumbing 
& Heating) 

PLUMBING & HEATING 
SUPPLIES; PIPES, VALVES 
Bieler & Sons, Inc., L. 
Bruderman & Son, J. A. 
Burns Heating Supply Co., 

Inc. 
Capson Co., Inc., The 
Conran Supply Co., Inc. 
Continuous Sales Corp. 
Crest Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Flushing Plumb ing Supply 

Co., Inc. 

JUNE-JULY, 1953 

Fuhrmann Plumbing 
Gas Equipment Corp. 
Kelly, Inc., John G. 
Lilien Hardware & Supply 

Corp. 
Malbin Co. , Inc., Mayer 
N. Y. Plumbers' Specialties 

Co., Inc. 
Prior Fuel Oil Co. 
Saltser & Weinsier, Inc. 
Wheeling Corrugating Co. 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

POULTRY l\IARl\:ET 
Association of Poultry 

Slaughterhouse 
Operators, Inc. 

Maspeth Live Poultry 
Market 

PROCUREMENT 
See Contractors (Special -
ties); Manufacturers' 

Representatives 

PRODUCE 
See Food Products 

PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
Ca riello, Mario J., Municipal 

Court Justice 
Daly, Peter M .• Justice, 

Supreme Court 
Froessel, Charles W., Asso. 

Judge, Court of .Appeals, 
State of New York 

Lo Piccolo, James E., City 
Magistrate 

P ointkowski, Sylvester V. 
Executive Manager, 

Borough of Queens 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 
Donoghue Associates, Wil-

liam J. 
Pointkowski, Sylvester V. 

PUMPS 
Complete Machinery & 

Equipment Co. 
Sweeney & Gray Co., Inc. 

RACE TRACl\:S 
See Jockey Clubs 

RADIOS & TELEVISION 
(Sales and Se1.·vice; Distri-

butors) 
Astoria Television Service, 

Inc. 
Bil-Birk .Appliances & Fur.-

niture, Inc. 
Bright Television & Air 

Conditioning 
Queensborough Radio & 

Television Corp. 
Stevens T.V. 
Sunset Appliance Stores, Inc. 

See Also Industr ial 
Classification 

. RADIO STA'r.ION 
Long Island Broadcasting 

Corp. 

RAGS 
See Paper Mill Supplies; Also 
Industrial C lassification 

RAILROADS 
Brooklyn Eastern District 

Terminal 
Erie Railroad Co. 
Long Island Railroad 
New York Central System 

REAL ESTA'l'E 
Arthul'. Construction Co., Inc. 
Beardall, William V. 
Bo hack Realty Corp. 
Boulevard Gardens Housing 

Corp. 
Brecher, Morris 
Bulkley & Horton Co. 
Carol Management Corp. 
Cavanagh & Maher, Inc. 
Cooper, Mary 
Corwin-Gutleber Agency 
Cox, Edward W. 
Cross & Brown Co. 
Dangler, Edward A. 
Degnon Realty & Terminal 

Improvement Co. 
Dietz, Henry M. 
Ermisch, August R. 
Fairview Construction Corp 
Genet, Ira H. R. 
Halleran Agency 
Hibest Realty Co., Inc. 
Higgins Realty, Inc., E. D . 
Hosinger & Bode, Inc. 
Johnston, Jr., Inc., George C. 
Juber Agency, Inc. 
Kalikow Construction 

Company 
Keck Organization, C. Grant 
Lawrenceville Realty Co., 

Inc. 
Lehr & Benes 
Malone, Thomas F. 
lVIarzell, Robert P. 
Mathews Co., The G. X. 
McTigue & Sons, Andrew 
Meurer Realty Corp., Jacob 
Meyer Development Co., Cord 
Norman Associates, Inc., 
Samuel L. 

Offenberg, S. F. 
O'Hara, Inc., Frank 
Phillips, James A. 
Pickman, Morris 
Queensboro Corp., The 
Queens Industrials 
Ritter -Swenson Corp. 
Roman -Caswell co., Inc. 
Rosenwasser, M . 
Schmitt, Oscar F. 
Smlth Corp., Robert S. 
Smith & Scutt Co. , Inc. 
Thornton. Gerard J. 
Tonroff. Bernard L. 
Webb & Knapp, Inc. 
Weber, Inc., Richard P. 
Wheeler Bros., Inc. 

REAL ESTATE 
APPRAISALS 
See Appraisers 

REAL ESTATE (IN-
DUSTRIAL) 

Arthur Construction Co., Inc. 
Beardall. William V . 
Brady, Theodore J. 
Brecher, Morris 
Bulkley & Horton Co. 
Caliman Co., Inc., Herbert 
Cooper, Mary 
Corwin-Gutleber Agency 
Cox, Edward W. 
Cross & Brown Co. 
Degnon Realty & Terminal 

Improvement Co. 
Hosinger & Bode, Inc. 
Keck Org-anization, C. Grant 
Lehr & Benes 
Marzell, Robert P. 
Meurer Realty Corp., Jacob 
Plaza Realty 
Poggi, Robert 
Queens Industrials 
Roman-Caswell Co.. Inc. 
Thornton, Gerard J. 

REAL ESTATE MANAGE-
MENT 

Cavanagh & Maher, Inc . 
Cross & Brown Co. 
Higgins Realty, Inc., E. D. 
Hosinger & Bode, Inc. 
Johnsto.n, Jr., Inc., George C. 
Juber Ag-ency, Inc. 
Lefrak Organization. Inc. 
Levy Bros. Realty Corp. 
Malone, Thomas F. 
O'Hara. Inc., Frank 
Touroff, Bernard L . 
Weber, Inc., Richard P . 

REFRIGERATORS 
(Sales & Service) 

See Electrical Appliances; 
Electric Refrigeration 

Service 

REMEMBRANCE ADVER-
TISING 

See Advertising; Also Indus-
trial Classification 

(Printers) 

RENOVATING 
Perma- Side Corporation 

RESEARCH FACILl'l'IES 
See Engineers 

RESTAURANTS & BARS 
Bickford's, Inc. 
Boathouse Restaurant, Inc. 
Chamber Restaurant 
Childs Company 
Forest Hills Inn 
Fresh Meadows Inn 
Harvy Restaurant, Inc. 
Long Island Hofbrau 
Nora! Food Shop, Inc. 
Oyster Bay Restaurant 
Paprin's 
Pierre's Tavern, Inc. 
Platon Restaurant, Inc. 
Rosebush Inn 
Tufaro's Restaurant 
White Castle System, Inc. 
Wivel Restaurant 

RESTAURANT OPERATORS 
Brady Food Service 

Corporation 

RESURFACING 
See Roofing Materials 

RIGGING & !llILL 
WRIGHTING 

Eisenberg Industrial Con-
tracting Co. 

Madawick Contracting 
Co., Inc. 

ROOFING MA'rERIALS 
American Projects Corp. 
Dryolin Corp., The 
Empire Millwork Corp. 
Igoe Bros., Inc. 
New York Roofing Co. 
Sterling Materials Co. 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

SALES ENGINEERING & 
SALES REPRESENTATIVES 
Industrial Products Engi-

neering Co. 
See Also Engineers 

SAND & S'rONE 
See Contractors: 
Building Material 

SANl'l'ARIUMS 
Rivercrest Sanitarium 

SANITARY PRODUCTS 
Adams, Inc., V. P. 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIA-
TIONS 

Astoria Federal Savings & 
Loan Assn. 

Bayside Federal Savings & 
Loan Assn. 

Century Federal Savings & 
Loan Assn. 

City Savings & Loan Assn. 
Flushing Federal Savings & 

Loan Assn. 
Home Federal Savings & 

Loan Assn. of Ridgewood 
Jackson Heights Savings & 

Loan Assn. 
Long Island City Savings & 

Loan Association, The 
Maspeth Federal Savings & 

Loan Assn. 
Queens County Federal 

Sav.ings & Loan .Assn. 
of Jamaica 

South Brooklyn Savings & 
Loan Assn. 

Whitestone Savings & Loan 
Assn. 

SAVINGS BANI\:S 
Bushwick Savings Bank 
College Point Savings Bank 
Dime Savings Bank of 

Brooklyn, '.rhe 
East New York Savings 

Ban]{ 
Flushing Savings Bank 
Greater New York Savings 

Bank 
Green Point Savings Bank, 

The 
Hamburg Savings Bank 
Jamaica Savings Bank 
Lincoln Savings Bank of 

Brooklyn 

41 



Thrifty new HILLMAN772..Ln..x with flowing big-car lines! 
The handsomest Hillman in history - that's the 
NEW Hillman Minx. Look at those long, graceful 
lines. 
The Hillman's so easy to handle - holds the road 
like a coat of paint. You get more CAR per dollar 
when you BUY a Hillman - more MILES ·per 

dollar when you DRIVE it. Up to 35 miles to a 
gallon of gas. Top trade-in value, too! 
What's more, the Hillman is a citizen of Queens. 
Complete parts and service station and showroom 
are located at 42-32 21st Street, Long Island City 
. . . practically on your doorstep. 

Queens is the Home of ROOTES MOTORS, INC. 

42 

42-32 21st Street, Long Island City 
HILLMAN MINX • SUNBEAM • TALBOT • HUMBER Cars 
COMMER and KARRIER Trucks 

TERMINALS • PARKING LOTS • LOADING PLATFORMS 
SHIPYARDS • BANKS • GOLF COURSES • INSTITUTIONS 
COLLEGE CAMPUSES • INDUSTRIAL PLANTS • RETAIL 
STORES • PLAYGROUNDS • SWIMMING POOLS 
BALL PARKS 

If you are considering outdoor lighting for your business 
establishment at a reasonable cost, it would pay you to 
consult us. 

Thousands of our ·luminaries brighten the streets and parks 
of the City of New York as a silent tribute to the quf!li_ty 
of our products. 

STREET LIGHTING E(i>UIPMENT CORPORATION 
31-23 SIXTY-FIRST STREET 

Woodside 77, L. I., N. Y. 

RAvenswood 6-1052 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



Long Island City Savings 
Bank 

Queens County Savings 
Ban le 

Richmond Hill Savings Bank 
Ridgewood Savings Bank 
Rockaway Savings Bank 
See Also Banks and Trust 

Companies · · 

SCALES & WEIGHING 
MACHINES 

See Vending Machines; Also 
Industrial Classification 

SCHOOLS 
Sessler, David (Long Island 

City High School) 

SCRAP IRON & S'l'EEJ, 
Newtown Iron & Steel Corp. 
i:lchiavone-Bonomo Corp. 
Scrap Iron Baling 

Corporation 
See Also Industrial 

Classification 

SHOE REPAIRS 
Kent Stores, Inc. 

SIGNS 
See Industrial Classification 

SOUND PROOFING 
Korfund Co., Inc. 
Williamson & Adams, Inc. 

SPRAYING EQUIPMENT 
See Hardware 

SPICES 
Ehlers, Inc., Albert 
Vassilaros. John A. & Son 

SPORTING GOODS 
Queensborough Radio & Tel-

evision Corp. 
See Also Department Stores; 

General Merchandise 

SPRINICLERS 
See Automatic Sprinklers 

STATIONERY 
See Industrial Classificatioir 

(Printing); Department 
Stores 

STOCIC BRORERS 
Eisele & King, Libaire, 

Stout & Co. 
Hayden, Stone & Co. 
Maguire Co., Robert V. 
01'vis Brothers & Co. 

STORAGE 
See Moving & Storage 

STOICERS 
Dietz Coal Co., Inc., Philip 
Fenton Co., George F. 
Thermal Fuel Corp. 

SURVEYORS 
Kefler & Powell 

See Also Engineers 

TANIC TRUCRS 
See Trucks 

TAX CONSULTANTS 
See Accountants & Auditors 

TAXICAB OPERATION 
Metro Systems Corp. 
Queens Taxicab System 

TEA 
l!:hlers, Inc., Albert 
Vassilaros, John A. & Son 

See .Also Food Products 

TELEGRAPH & TELE-
PHONE SERVICE 

See Communication Service 

TELEPHONE & COMMUNI-
CATION EQUIPMENT 

See Industrial Classification 

TELEVISION 
See Radios 

TILE 
See Also Building Materials 

& Supplies 

TINSMITH SUPPLIES 
See Roofing Materials 

TIRE & TUBES (SALES & 
SERVICE) 

Astoria Tire Co. 
Breitfeller's Sales, Inc. 
Coastal Sales Corporation 
Finkelstein, Max 
Jamaica General Tire Co. 
J erry's Tire Service & 

Repair 
Safe ty Tire & Rubber Co., 

Inc. 
Tire Distributing Corpora-

tion 

TITLE INSURANCE 
See Mortgages, Banks 

TOWEL SERVICE 
See Linen Supply Service 

TOWING 
Gallagher Bros. Sand & 

Gravel Corp. 
Jamaica General Tire Co. 

TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 
Association of Poultry 

Slaughterhouse 
Operators, Inc. 

TRADE SCHOOLS 
Delehanty Institute, The 
Eutectic Welding Alloys 

Corp. 
New York Technical Insti-

tute, Inc. 

TRAVEL BUREAU 
Fugazy Travel Bureau, Inc. 
Viking Air· Service, Inc. 

'rRUCICS & TRAILERS 
(SALES, EQUIPMENT AND 

SERVICE) 
A. & B. Used Truck Sales 
Bayer Auto Sales, Inc. 
Brockway Motor Company, 

Inc. 
Christensen & Weiss Motors, 

Inc. 
Hebenstreit, Inc., Julius 
International Harvester Co. 
Long Island White Trucks, 

Inc. 
Mack Motor Truck Corp. 

Meyer-Chevrolet, Inc. 
Smith & Gregory of New 

York, Inc. 
Stapleton & Schneider 

Motor Sales, Inc. 
Universal Car Sales & Ser-

vice corp. 

TRUCIC RENTALS 
Haiss Motor Trucking Co., 

Inc. 
lndusco Rental, Inc. 
Metropolitan Distributors, 

Inc. 
Motor Haulage Co., Inc. 
National Auto Renting Co., 

Inc. 
Wittman Trucking Co., Inc. 

TRUCIHNG 
Acerra, Richard 
Associated Return Load 
Service 

Avella Truckmen 
Bernard's Warehouse, Inc. 
Brooklyn Terminal Stores, 

Inc. 
Cole Company, Inc., Jack 
Contractors Export Process-

ing Corp. 
Doyle Trucking Corp. 
Forwarding Services, Inc. 
Friedman Co., Inc. , Harry B. 
Geis Trucking Corp., Wm. 
lndusco Rental, Inc. 
Kingsland Express Truckinli:" 

Co. 
L. I. Carting Corp. 
M. & M. Transportation 

Company 
Motor Haulage Co., Inc. 
Muller Brothers, Inc. 
Perkins Trucking Co., Inc. 
Rohner, Gehrig & Co., Inc. 
Ruppert Bros. 
Santin i Bros., Inc. 
Service Excavators, Inc. 
Stevenson Co., James A. 
Stevenson, Inc., L. T. 
Steinway Van & Storage Co. 
Troiano Express Company 
United Parcel Service 
Vallerie's Transportation 

Service, Inc. 
Vim Trucking Corporation 
See Also Moving & Storage 

TWINE 
See Paper Products 

TYPEWRITERS (SALES, 
RENTALS & REPAIR 

SERVICE) 
Queens Typewriter Co. 

UNDERTAICERS 
See Funeral Dil·ectors 

USED CARS & TRUCRS 
See Automobiles; Trucks 

VALVES 
See Plumbing & Heating 

Supplies 

VENDING MACHINES 
Can teen Company 
City Milk Vending Corp. 
Kwik-Kafe Coffee Vending 

Service, Inc. 

Peerless Weighing & Vend-
ing Machine Corp. 
See Also Industrial 

Classification 

VENEERS 
Bonneau Co., J. J. 

VIBRATION CONTROL 
Korfund Co., Inc. 

WAREHOUSES 
Bernard's Wa.rehouse, Inc. 
Brooklyn Terminal Stores, 

Inc. 
Daley's Storage Warehouse 
Freight Distributing Corp. 

of N. Y. 
Santini Bros., Inc. 
Steinway Van & Storage Co. 
T ri-Boro Storage Ware-

houses, Inc. 
Troiano Express Company 

See Also Moving & Stor-
age; Steel Distributors & 

Warehouses 

'V ASTE REl'llOV AL 
Casterline, E. & W. 
L . I. Carting Corp. 
Royal Carting Co. 
Santoro Carting Co. 

WATERPROOF PACIHNG 
WATERPROOFING 

Diemer & Co., Inc., William 
Master Waterproofers, Inc. 
New York Roofing Co. 
Perma -Side Corporation 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

WATER WELLS 
Sweeney & Gray Co., Inc. 

WATER SUPPLY 
Jamaica Water Supply Co. 

WAX PRODUC'rs 
Adams, Inc., V, P. 
Johnson & Son, Inc., S. C. 

WELDING 
See Industri a l Classification 

WELDING EQUIPMENT 
Bitumen Welding Supply Co. 
Eutectic Welding Alloys 

Corp. 
Hobart Welding Accessories, 

Inc. 
Metro Mfg. Co. 
Weldrite Co., Inc. 
Whaley Bros., Inc. 

See Also Industrial 
Classification 

'VINES 
See Liquors 

'VINDOW DISPLAY 
SERVICE 

Drug Merchandising Service 

WINDOWS & SASH 
American Projects Corp. 
Dietz Coal Co., Inc., Philip 
Norton Co., Inc., 0. G. '-
Paragon Oil Company, Inc. 
Parshelslcy Bros., Inc. 

WOOD PACICAGING 
Diemer & Co., Inc., Willian• 

MANUFACTURERS OF METAL TOILET PARTITIONS, SHOWER COMPARTMENTS AND HOSPITAL CUBICLES 

46- 10 ELEVENTH STREET 
LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y. STILLWELL 4-3380 

JUNE - JULY, 1953 43 



NOW! FOR THE FIRST TIME! 
CONVENIENT COFFEE SERVICE 

FOR EVERY BUSINESS 

Automatically, conveniently HOT COFFEE can be served to customers, 

employees or visitors. Plant and office managers, as well as execu-

tives, agree that a between-meal "Pick-Up" aids productive effi-

ciency. Any business, large or small, can enjoy the full benefits of 

on-the-spot coffee service - any hour of day or night - it serves 

a satisfying, piping-hot cup of Kwik Kafe coffee -

Improves health and morale 

Helps production 

Improves industrial relations 

Decrease absenteeism 

Aids preventing accidents 

Reduces turnover 

Investigate the possibilities 
of Kwik Kale 

PUT THIS TEAM OF AUTOMATIC 
TO WORK FOR YOU! 

MER CHAN DI.SERS 

Management generally recognizes value of refreshments on-

the-job. The benefits of increased efficiency and happier em-

ployees are yours. Contact us to learn how service can be 

tailored to your requirements. 

COFFEE 
VENDING 
:SERVICE · Inc. . , 

44 

59-05 56th STREET 
MASPETH 78, N. Y. 
EVergreen 6-3327 

DISP ENSES. 
CANDY 
CRACKERS 
ICE CREAM 
COLD DRINKS 
M ILK 
JUICES 
COFFEE 
CIGARETTES 

Q UEENS B OROU G H 



SECTION THREE 

Alphabetical List of Individuals and Concerns 

Represented in the Membership 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Bll 
Dairy & Food Products . 

BORO AGENCY CO., INC. 
120-80 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens 15. 
Builder; Insurance Pres., John R. U.l'sini 

BORSDORFF CO., INC., 'l'HE 
10-20 45th Rd., L. I. City 1. Pres., 'Valter H. Bors1:arirvd., Elmhurst Pres., Ray R:~incs 
CARROLL SHEET METAL WORii:S 

46 "10 70th St., Woodside. Pres., Daniel E. Carroll 
Metal Specialists; Air Conditioning; Ventilating; Exhaust 

System · 

CASTERLINE, E. & W. 
5-44 50th Ave., L . I . City 1. 
Ash and Rubbish Removal 

See Our A1lvertiseJUent 

Edgar V .• Casterline 

on Page 60 

CASTLE FLOOR WAXING COMPANY, THE 
22-23 Steinway St., L. I. City 5. Prop., Ralpl1 Herzog 
Cleaning Contractors (Office & Building Manitenance) 

CATING ROPE WORKS, INC. 
58-29 64th S t., Masp~th. William C. eating 
Manufacturer of Manila & Sisal Cordage 

CA V ALCONTE, CHARLES C. 
36-35 32nd St., L . I . City. · 
Electrical Engineer & Consultant 

CAVALIER GLASS CO. 
21-16 44th Rd., L. I. City 1. Pres., Jerry Kavalir 
Manufacturer of Artificial Glass Flowers, Glass Candles, 

Sippers, Stirrers, Spoons, Center Pieces & Sprays 

CAVANAGH & MAHER, INC·; 
40-16 82nd St., Jackson Heights Gibson M:iher 
Real .Estate, Appraisers, Management, Insurance 

CBS-COLUMBIA INC. 
34-00 .47th Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., David H. Cogan 
Manufacturer Radio, Television & Electronic Apparatus 

CELLA VINEYARDS, INC. 
24-16 Bridge Plaza So., L. I. City 1. 
Wines (Wholesale) 

CELLU-CRAFT PRODUCTS CORP. 

Lorenzo Cella 

133-23 35th Ave., Flushing. SaJUuel J. Levy 
Cellophane Converters & Printers; Complete Packaging 

Service ; Bags, Envelopes & Sheets 

}UNE·}ULY, 1953 

CENTRAL IRON MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
12-02 Broadway, L. I. City 6. E1hvin C. Bons 
Pipe Hanger Manufacturing Specialists in Riser Clamps; 

Clevis Hangers; Inserts; Beam Clamps; Threaded 
Rods; Power Plant Supports, etc. 

CENTRAL SlUELTING CO., INC. 
25-21 51st Ave., L. I. City 1. T .reas., Elliot M. Paymer 
Metal Smelters, Manufacturers of Solder Lead, Type & 

Babbit Metals 

CEN'rURY . FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 
9 Station Square (at Burns St.), Forest Hills. 

Mgr., Charles A. Lennon 
Savings & Loan Association 

CHAMBER RESTAURANT 
Queens Chamber of Commerce 
24-16 Bridge Plaza So., 5th Floor, L . I. City 1. 

JaJUes P. McGownn 
Luncheons Daily, Banquets, Catering for all Business & 

Social Functions 
See 0111.· Atlvertise1uent on Pag;e 104 

CHELSEA UPHOLSTERY SHOP, INC. 
47-45 Vernon Blvd., L . r. · City. Treas., Jaek Drasner 
Upholstery in Fabrics Or Leather ; Repairing & Refinish-

ing Furniture; Draperies & Slip Covers-Made, In-
stalled, Altered & Cleaned; Carpeting Cleaned; New 
Furniture Made to Order 

Sec Our Adve1·tise1nent on Pag·e 26 

CHERRY-BURRELL CORP. 
50-22 23rd St., L . I. City 1. Brooks F. Jakeman 
Manufacturers of Dairy & Food Processing Equipment 

CHESEBRO-WHITMAN COMPANY 
38-21 12th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., F. N. Faulkner 
Ladders (Manufacturers); Scaffolding Engineers 

CHESTERE INDUSTRIAL CO., INC. 
10-02 38th Ave., L. I. City. Freil Pnul 
Industrial Installations and Maintenance 

CHICAGO MACARONI COMPANY 
45-17 Pearson St., L. I. City. Pres., Anthony L. Morici 
· Wholesale Grocers; Manufacturers & Distributors; Can-

ners of Dry Beans 

CHILDREN'S BUS SERVICE, INC. 
15-01 Voorhies Ave., Sheepshead Bay·, Broolrlyn 35. 
Bus Service Pres., Jolin J. Flannery, Jr. 

See 0111· .At., A . 1lline1·v:1 
Purchasing & Stores Dept., G . R . Barnet 

Asst. Treas., F. C. Gordon 
Controller, C. E. Eble 

Gen. Accounting De1>t., F. Seinecke 
Connuercial Rel a tions Dept., F. J. Port.er, Jr. 

Sales De1>t., C. '\V. JUeytrott 
Sales Dept., A. J. Ha1·tnu111n 

Station Construction & Shops, J. E. Goo1lale 
lUanager, Distribution Oue1·ations De1>t., F. C. Sllaug·Jn1essy 
LONG ISLAND Cl'l'Y "'-- - - -
Astoria Plant, 20th Ave. & 21st St., L. I. City. 

Production Dept., G. R. Halm 
LONG ISLAND CITY-ASTORIA-

35-20 Broadway, L. I. City 3. 
Commercial Relation!i De1>t., L, D. Lmulolft 

Sa les Dept., C. F. Pratt 
Sales Dept., E . G. Havens 

FLUSHING-41-82 Main St., Flushing. 
Co1nn1ei.•cial Relations Deut, G. W. Van Etten 

Sales Dept., R. E . Malito 
131-30 Roosevelt Ave. 

Sales Dept., A . F. Rouse 
JAJUAICA-145-22 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica. 

_ Sales Dept., L. Corson 
BAYSIDE- 42-17 Bell Blv d., Bayside. 

Commercial Relations De1>t., A . B. Espada 
Electricity and Gas Service 

See Our Allvertisements on Pag·es 30 and 74 

57 



REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 

APPRAISALS 
MANAGEMENT 

40-10 . 82ND ST. 
NEWTOWN 9 -7000 

LILIEN 
HARDWARE & SUPPLY CORP. 

(From a Tack to a Telegraph Pole) 

49-06 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8836 
490 W. Broadway, N. Y. City GRamercy 7-6514 
27-49 Jackson Ave., L. I. City IRonsides 6-8837 

INDUSTRIAL 
ELECTRICIANS 

• 
TIRET ELECTRIC CO. 
Distributors Sterling and Reliance Motor• 

- Clark Controllers 

47-46 VERNON BLVD. 
LONG ISLAND CITY 

Phones: IRonsides 6·7540 • IRonsides 6.806' 

BRIDGE PLAZA 
ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLY CO., Inc. 

Industrial Electric Equipment 
26-36 Jackson Ave. 
Long Island Citr, 
Tel, ST 4-6700 , 

I 

THE NEW "GENERAL" 
"SQUEEGEE" 

TIRE 

RECAPPING 
VULCANIZING 

C 0 P P E 

S I L V E R 

B R I G H T 

S 0 F T 

R 

s 

B R A Z 

S 0 L D E R 

A N N E A L 

0 L D E R 

BRIGHT ANNEALING AND HARDENING 

OF ALL GRADES OF STAINLESS STEEL 

NG 

N G 

I N G 

I N G 

New York's Largest and Most 

Complete Commercial Facilities 

Furnace and Induction Equipment 

Modern Metal Joining for COST REDUCTION 

and QUALITY IMPROVEMENT 

SALKOVER 
METAL PROCESSING OF N. Y., INC. 

RAvenswood 9-1677 

34-16 BORDEN AVENUE 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

"AMERICA'S SAFEST TIRE" 

THE NEW "GENERAL" 
. PUNCTURE SEALING 

INNER TUBE 

GENERAL 
BATTERIES 

ASTORIA TIRE CO. 
THOMAS F. GALLAGHER, President 

NORTHERN BOULYARD at 38th STREET LONG ISLAND CITY STillwell 4-4374 

58 QUEENSBOROUGH 



CONSOLIDATED VENTILATING & DUCT CO., INC. 
41 - 14 24th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Erwin Yutan 
Air Conditioning & Ventilation 

See Ou r A(l vertise1uent on Pag·e 70 

CONSTELLATION CUP CORPORATION 
See American Seal-Kap Corp. 

CONS'l'RUCTION .EQUIPMENT CORP. 
11 - 22 43rd Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Power Shovels & Cranes 

'Villhnn Zehner 

CONSU.JUERS HOME PRODUCTS OF N. Y., INC. 
42 - 15 162nd St., Flushing Treas., Raymo1ul RicJ1m~1ul 
Direct Sales of Household Merchandise 

CONTINUOUS SALES CORP. 
37-36 10th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Albert E. Cohen 
Plumbing & Heating Supplies (Manufacturers Represen-

tatives) 

CON'l'RACTORS AIR CONDITIONING CORP. 
_ 13-17 Jackson Ave., L. I. City 1. Mg·r., Raymond R. Bennis 
Service-Engineering 

CONTRACTORS EXPORT PROCESSING CORP. 
38-21 23rd St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Pltlli1> .J. Kono11 
Export & Domestic Packing, Trucking, Storage; Manu-

facturer Boxes & Shooks 

CONTRACTORS LUMBER CO., INC. 
58-58 Grand Ave., Maspeth 78. Sec'y., H. B. Makofsky 
Lumber, Plywood; Manu facturer Crates & Boxes 

CONTRACTORS SUPPLY CORP. 
44 - 72 11th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Clemen t Bratonc 
Construction Tools & Equipment 

CON"\VAY & RYAN 
Bank of Manhattan Bldg., L. I. City 1. · William H . Rynn 
Attorneys 

CONWAY FUNERAL HOME, INC. 
82-19 Northern Blvd., Jackson Heights. 
Funeral Director 

CONWAY 11\IPORT CO., INC. 
21-59 Borden Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., Albert P. Heineman 
Edible Oils; Food Produ.cts; Mayonnaise 

COOPER, MARY 
29-28 41st Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Ind us trial Real Estate 

CORN EXCHANGE BANK TRl:'ST CO, 
CORONA- 103-02 Northern Blvd. l\lgr., P. A. Bagnnsco 
FLUSHING- 40-23 Main St. ~lgr., Edward J . Miller 
FOREST HILLS- Continental Ave. & Austin St. 

ltlg:r., Thomas B. Furman 
JACii:SON HEIGHTS-81 -19 Roosevelt Ave. 

lllgr., N. V, Garretson 
I.ONG ISLAND CITY-

Queeus Cou nty Branch, 10-51 Jackson Ave., L. I. City 1. 
. lllgr., Winroe B. Reed 

P laza Bran ch, 29-09 Bridge Plaza North, L. I. City 1. 
Asst. Vice-Pres., Joseph J . Perry 

Astoria Branch, 31-05 30th Ave., L. I. City 2. 
!Ugr., William Nicoll 

Steinwa y B r anch, 38-18 Broadway, L. I. C i ty 3. 

Commercial Banking 
Mgr., D . N. R nb cock 

CORNELL IRON "\VORRS, INC. 
36th Ave. & 13th St., - L . I. City 6. Pres., JU, L. Cornell 
Rolling Steel Doors & Grilles (Manufacturer) 

.CORNEI,L l'IIFG. CO., INC. 
9-01 44th Dr. , L. I. City 1. 
Manufacturer of Brass Nuts 

CORONA PLATE GLASS CO., INC. 

Pres., Sillney B. lllu sl1lin 

97 - 11 Northern Blvd., Corona. Pres., George J . Gang 
Glass; Mirrors; Safety Glass; Barclite 

See Our AdYertise1n ent on Pag·e 46 

CORWIN-GUTLEBER AGENCY 
(5 Offices in Queens) 

96 - 21 Roclcaway Blvd., Ozone Park Ste11lten E. Gutl eber 
Realtors, Insurers , Industrial Specialists, Appraisers 

COX, EDWARD W. 
61-47 Maspeth Ave., Maspeth 78. " 
Real Estate; Industrial Real Estate; Insurance; Mortgage 

Loans 

CRAIG & STERNBACH 
29-28 41st Ave. , L. I. City 1. Allen E. R. Craig 
Certified Public Accountants; Public· Accounting & Tax 

Services 

CRANE & CLARK LUlllBER CORP, 
55-01 Grand Ave., Maspeth. 

lllnnn~·ing Dir., Pres. & T .reas., Charles A. Hersey 
Lumber for Contractors-Builders · & Industrial 

See Our 1\d-ver1 i se1n e n t on Pag;e 106 

J UNE-JULY, 1953 

CRANE CO. 
47-30 29th St., L. I . City 1. JUi;·r., D. R. Nordwall 
Plumbing & Heating Supplies; Valves, Pipe, F i tt ings 

CRANES, INC. 
53 - 20 44th St., Maspeth 78 Trens., J. A . Su llh•a u 
Construction & Contractors Equipment; Equipment 

Rentals 

CRA 'VFORD CLOTHES, INC. 
34 - 02 Queens Blvd., L. I. City 1. Frank Seienter 
Bakeries 

D 
llACO l'IIACHINE & TOOL CO. 

202 Tillary St., Brooklyn 1. Alols Stauber 
Tool & Machine Manufacturers; Machine Tools & Dies; 
Aircraft Instruments 

DAIRYTEST- Gll'IIPEL FARl'IIS, INC. 
57 -19 F l ushing Ave., Maspeth 
Dairy Products 

DAJ,EY'S STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

Davi«l Ghu uel 

57-16 Roosevelt Ave., Woodside. n:enneth J . Dnley 
Moving; Storage 

See On l.' Atlvertiseiuen t on }'.Jl .ag·e 40 

DALY, HON. PETER Ill. 
30-14 36th St., L. I. City 3. 
Justice, Supreme Court 

DANGLER, ED"\VARD A. 
32-22 Steinway St., L. I. City 3. 
Real Estate, Insurance 

DANLY l'IIACHINE SPECIALTIES, INC. 
47-28 37th St., L. I. City. Art hur L . lll ill er 
Mechanical Presses and D ie Makers' Supplies 

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CONVEYORS 

38-38 22nd Street 
LONG ISLAND CITY L N. Y. 

Phone: STillwell 4-9053 

KOLLNER'S INC. 
Est. 1910 

• 

Supermarkets and Quality Meat Stores 

Throughout Long Island 

• 
Featuring and Specializing in 

County Fair Pork Products 

ASHES 
and 

RUBBISH 
Removed 

From 

Factories 

FOR INDUSTRY 
Specialists in the Design and Manufacture 
of Conveyors to Meet Your Particular 
Requirements. 

All Types • All Sizes 
Installations in modern plants throughout the 
Metropolitan Area. 

• BILT-RITE • 
SHANTY CORPORATION 

10-25 FORTY FIFTH ROAD 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

• 
We Specialize in 

Wood Pre-Fabricated 

. . . and Construct 

Other Manufacturing Specialties 

In Wood Design. 

For 
Service 

Phone 
IRonsides 
6-7358 

• 

5.44 50th A VE. 
L. I. City 1, N. Y. 

E. & W. CASTERLINE 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



DANNON l\IILK PRODUCTS, INC. 
22 - 11 3 8th Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Yogurt (Cultured Milk) 

DA VIS, JAMES HUGHES 
35 - 11 64th St., Woodside. 
.Accountant 

Pres., Joe Metzger 

DEGNON REALTY & TERMINAL UIPROVEMENT CO. 
24-lG Bridge Plaza So., L. I. City 1. 

Pres., John I. Dohert y 
Industrial Real Estate & Real Estate 

DeJ ONG SERVICE CORPORATION 
34-23 36th St., L. I. City 1. H a r o ld deJong 
Manufacturer of Venetian Blinds, Window Shades, B3;m-

boo & Wood Woven Products, Sliding Walls, Sta;idm~ 
Screens and Handcraft Products; Unusual Fm1shes, 
Largest' Cleaning & Refinishing Plant. 

DEJUR AlllSCO CORP. 
Northern Blvd. at 45th St., L. I. City 1. D J 

Pres., Ralph A. e ur 
8 mm. Movie Cameras, Projector"!, Enlargers and Expo-

sure Meters; Precision Potentiometers & Instruments 
See Our At"lve1·tise1nent on Pag·e 36 

DEICNATEL & SON, J. A. 
' 96-20 222nd St., Queens Village 8. S . Solowey 
Hospital & Surgical Supplies 

DELEHANTY INSTITU'l'E, T.HE 
90 -14 Sutphin Blvd., J amaica 

Director, Micl1ael .J. Del eli:rnty 
Civil Service & Vocational Schools 

DEMUTH & CO., INC., WM. 
See Medico Pipes, Inc. 

DENINO ELECTRIC CO., INC. 
29-09 Bridge P laza No., L. I. City 1. Fran k Denino 
Electrical Contractors 

See Our Advertisement on Pag·e 76 

DENNISON & SONS 
35-37 36th St. L. I . City 1. Pres., Josephus Amlerson 
Printing; Lithographing; Binding 

DE NODILI CIGAR CO. 
35 -11 Ninth St., L . I. C i ty 6. 
Cigars, Tobacco 

DEPO.T CONSTRUCTION CORP. 
145 W. 57th St., N. Y. City. 
General Con tractor 

DERRICK & HOIST CO., INC. 
24 - 16 Bridge Plaza So., L. I. City 1. 

Gandolfo Sehimenti 

Pres., Jose1>l t Obstler 
Special Material Han.dling Equipment 

DESIGN -BUILT STUDIOS, INC. 
21 - 21 4lst .Ave., L. I. City 1. Pr~s . , Haro](l B. AYerick 
Exhibits Displays, Dioramas, Interiors 

' See Ou r A 1lvertiscment on Page 36 

DESIGN UNLIMITED & RETAIL CATALOG ALLIANCE 
106-21 Continental Ave., Forest Hills 75 
· Owner, Gustave H. Sperber 
Art - Layout - Design - Illu stratioi:i - .Airb_ru"!h Retou ch-

ing - Catalog Preparation Service - Printing Produc-
tion for Letterpress, Offset and Gravure; Catalogs 
Brochures Annual Reports, Year Books, House Or-
gans, Advertisinp- Literature, Specification Sheets, etc. 

DEVOE IRON WORKS, INC. 
33-35 9th St., L. I. City 6. Viee-Pres., Henr:i; J. Devoe 
Structural Steel & Ornamental Iron Fabrication; Brake 

Work Shearing, Welding, Angle, Plate & Beam 
Rolling; Stainless Steel Burning 

See Our Advertise1uent on Pag·e 62 

DeW ALD RADIO l\IFG. CORP. 
35 -15 37th Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Radio & Television Manufacturing 

Pres., D:n•ilt Be1·ck 
Manufacture1- of Box Springs, Mattresses & Upholstered 

Furniture 

DUVAL'S CONSENSUS, INC. 
See Accurate Multigraph Servic e 

DUVEEN SOAP CORPORA'l'ION 
36-14 35th St., L. I. City 6. Pres., Denis I. Duveen 
Ma nufacturers of Fine Toilet Soaps 

DWYER, JOHN A. 
Bank of Manhattan Bldg., 66-58 Fresh Pond Rd., 

Ridgewood. 
Lawyer; Professional Engineer 

E 
EAGLE ELEC'l'RIC JUFG. CO., INC. 

23-10 Bridge Plaza So., L. I. City 1. 
Viee-Pres. & Genl. Mgr., S. B . !{lug er 

Manufacturer of Electrical Wiring Devices, Fuses, Por-
table Lamps & Electrical Specialties 

EASTERN CABINET CO., INC. 
42-05 97th Pl., Corona 68. Pres., William Nordsieel< 
Fine Cabinet Work-Store Fixtures 

EASTERN STEEL TANR CORP. 
Foot of 40th Rd., Flushing. 

Vice-P1·es. & Treas., Harry A. Franz 
Fabricators of Steel Tanks & Other Plate Products 

EAS'l'Eil.N 'l'UBE & 'l'OOL CO., INC. 
75 Onderdonk Ave., Brooklyn. Pres., Edwin J. Seltneider 
Manufacturer of Electrical Cable and Tubing 

EASTERN WELDED PRODUCTS, INC. 
34-16 Bradley A ve., L . I. City 1. 
Metal Fabricators 

EAST NEW YORI{ SA VIN GS BANI{ 

Jol111 R. Wllite 

Atlantic & Pennsylvania Aves., Brooklyn 7. 

Savings B ank 
Pres., Etl,,•artl A. lticbartls 

ECCLES, ALFRED H. 
Bank of Manhattan BJd.g., L. I. City 1. 
Architect ; Engineer (In dustria l ) 

EGLESTON BROS. & CO., INC. 
Borden Ave. at 31st St., L. I. City 1. 

Treas., Ja1ues F. Bragg 
Stee l Bars, Plates, Structural Shapes, Sheets, etc. 

See Our Advertisement on Page 64 

EHLERS, INC., ALBERT 
1300 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn 6. 
Coffee (Wholesale); Tea; Spices 

EINSON-FREElUAN COJUPANY, INC. 

Albert Ehlers, Jr. 

·30-28 Starr Ave., L. I. City. Viee-Pres., William G. Adams 
Lithographers 

EISELE & KING, LIBAIRE, STOUT & CO. 
39-01 Main St., Flushing. 
Stock Brokers-Members New Yori< Stock Exchange 

See Our Advertisement on Page 62 

EISENBERG INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTING CO. 
416 L a f ayette S t ., N . Y . City 3. Bernard C. Eisenberi;-
Industrial Plants Completely Installed 

)UNE-)ULY, 1953 

E LECTRI CA L FITTI NGS CORP. 
37-50 57th St., Woodside. 
Ma nufacturer Electrical Conduit Fittings 

S. Joselson 

ELECTROLUX CORPORATION 
35-27 30th Ave., Astoria Mgr., L. F. Dayton 
Manufacture, Sales & Service of Electrolux Vacuum 

Cleaners. Polishers & Home Cleaning Chemicals 

ELITE CREATIONS, INC. 
38-01 35th Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., Alfretl l{arpfen 
Manufacturer Miniature Dressed Character Dolls 

ELICAY SERVICE STATION, INC. 
23-02 37th Ave., L . I. City Louis Ratz 
Service Station 

EI.lllHUil.ST CONTRACTING CO., INC. 
53-09 97th PL, Corona. Pres., Joltn Hagan 
Contract.ors-General & ' Engineering 

ELIUHURST METAL PRODUCTS CO, 
10-15 48th Ave., L . I. City 1. Georg·e A. Carson 
Screw Machine & Lathe Worl< ; Metal For ming ; Brazing 

ELllIHURST RUBBER CO., INC. 
79-48 Albion St., Elmhurst. 

, Pres., George E. Jeandheur, Jr. 
Manufacture rs of Solid Rubber Products, Sponge Rubber 

Sheets, Molded Sponge Rubber, Extrusions, Molded 
Rubber Specialties, Tubing Die Cut Specialties, Strip-
ping, Rubber Bands- qualified for Gove rnment Spec-
ificat ions 

ELJU JAY IUETAL PRODUCTS CO. 
58-79 54th St., Maspeth. Leonard lUeyer 
Manufacturer of · Meta l Kitchen & Utility Cabinets 

ELO DEVELOPMENT CO. 
29-28 41st Ave., L. I . City 1. Eric IC. Lotthammer 
Engineering Services Include Designing, Shop and Pro-

duction Drawings, Detailing, Tool, Jig, Die, and 
Fixture Design, Visualizations, Charts. 

ELVINE RNIT'l'ING MILLS, INC. 
70-20 67th Pl., Glendale 27. 
K n it G oods 

Pres., lrlvin Ynno"·itz 

EIUENEE INDUSTRIES, INC. 
36-30 34th St., L. I. City. Treas., William J. l{reizel 
Manufa cturer of Plastic Toys & Novelties 

EM-F-KAY MANUFACTURING CORP. 
9-01 44th Dr., L. I. City. Pres., lll. E. Czarowiez 
Paint Brush Ferrules; Screw Machine Products 

Elli-GEE SIGNS 
10-59 Jackson Ave., L. I . City 1. 
Sign Painte r 

Elllllll, ANTHONY J., JU.D. 
36-07 12th St., L. I. City 6 
Physician 

I~llIPIIl.E CITY IRON WORICS, INC. 

llliclrnel Gagliartli 

10-40 46th Ave., L . I. City 1. Pres., Leo1>oltl Heffner 
Miscellaneous Iron & Steel & Aluminum Fabrication of 

Eve ry D e scription for Buildings & Power Pla nts 
See Our Adve1•tisen1cnt on Pag;e 70 

EMPIRE CITY JOB PRINT, INC. 
. 40-09 21st St., L. I. City 
Printe rs-Specializin g in 

Journals, Lette rheads, 

P1·es., Willi:nu E. Lee 
P os t e rs, Sho,v ca rds, ':rickets, 
Envelope s & Circulars 

EllIPIRE FINDINGS CO., INC. 
See Propper Mfg. Co., Inc. 

EIUPIRE MILLWORIC CORP. 
Northern and Willets Pt. Blvds., Corona. 

Pres., Harry Gilbert 
Millwork; Cabinets ; Doors; Hardwood Flooring; Lumber; 

Roofing 

EllIPIIl.E S'l'A'l'E HARDWARE & SUPPLY CORP. 
27-26 Jackson Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., Ambrose B. Acker 
Hardwa re; Mill Supplies ; Machine Tools 

See On1· A_tlvertisen1ent 011 Pag·e 70 

ENDO PRODUCTS, INC. . 
84-40 101st St., Richmond Hill 18. Pres., Jose1>lt Usltkow 
Manufacturing Pharmaceutical Chemists; Ampules, Tab-

lets, Vitamins, etc. 

ENGINEERING ASSOCIA'l'ES 
36-35 32nd St., L. I. City. 

Elee. Eng., Cltarles C, Cavalconte 
Consulting; Electrical & Mechanica.l Engineering 

EPPENBACH, EDWIN G. 
Cove Rd., Huntington, L . I. 

EQUl'l'ABLE PAPER BAG CO., INC. 
45-50 Van Dam St., L. I. City 1. 

Vice-Pres., Leonard E. Canno 
Manufacturer of Paper , Paper Bags, Sacks & Multi -W a ll 

Shipp ing Bags 

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GENERAL FOUNDRY CORP. 
Foundry Producing Non-Ferrous Cast-
ings of Aluminum, Brass, Bronze & 
Nickel; Architectural, French Sand, Alu-
minum Aircraft Castings; Equipped for 
Jobbing & Production; Pattern Service 

96-1 8 43rd AVENUE 
Corona 

HAvemeyer 9-4400 

National Casket ~ompany, Inc. 
29-76 Northern Boulevard 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

BnANCHES IN METiiOPOLITAN DrsTnICT 

138 E. 57th St., N. Y. City 
97 Court St., White Plains, N. Y. 
205 Ashland Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
176 Clinton Ave., Newark, N. J. 
171 Greenwich St., Hempstead, N. Y. 

These labels on National 
Caskets guarantee that 
each is made 
of the mate-
rial specified. 

Branches in thirty leading American Cities 

• 

RAINBOW METAL UNITS CORP. 
f 

SHEET METAL PRODUCTS 
SHEARING · STAMPING · FORMING 

WELDING - FINISHING 

f 

37-25 24TH STREET, LONG ISLAND CITY 
Telephone ffionsides 6-8149 

JAMAICA WATER 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

161-20 89th AVENUE 

Jamaica, New York 

Telephone: REpublic 9-6400 

• 
"SERVING CENTRAL QUEENS SINCE 1886 

WITH A SAFE AND ADEQUATE SUPPLY 

of 

WATER'' 

FROM STOCK 

Bars, Plates, Structural Shapes, 
Sheets, Cold Finished Steel 

EGLESTON BROS. & CO. 
ESTABLISHED 1829 

Borden Avenue at 31st Street • Long Island City 
Telephone RAvenswood 9-8500 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



ERIE RAILROAD CO. 
50 Church St., N. Y. City 7. 
Railroad 

Com. Agent, IC. E. Pritcl1ard 

ER!UISCH, AUGUST R. 
h-83 Steinway St., L. I. City 5. 
Real Estate; Insurance 

ERTEL AUTO RADIATOR COMPANY 
61-03-05 Northern Blvd., Woodside. 
Automobile Repairs 

Leo Ertel 

EU'l'ECTIC WELDING ALLOYS CORPORATION 
40-40 172nd St., Flushing. Pres., R. D. Wasserman 
Plant-171-20 Station Road, Flushing. 
Manufacturers of Eutectic Low Temperature Welding 

Alloys and Fluxes; Eutectic Welding School 

EVERS-DIXON CO., INC., THE 
32-14 30th Ave., L. I. City. 
General Insurance 

EXCEL OIL HEAT & POWER, INC. 

Pres., Harry J. Evers, Jr. 

63-31 39th Ave., Woodside. Pres., George E. Anderson 
Residential, Commercial & Industrial Oil Burner Installa-

tion; Fue l Oil 
· See 01ir Advertisen1ent on Pag;e 90 

EXCELSIOR PRESS 
42-18 Astoria Blvd., L. I. City. 
Printer 

EXETER HOSIERY MILLS, INC. 
. 25-12 41st Ave., L. I. City. 

Manufacturer of :i'>'len's Hosiery 

Arthur Speyer 

Philipp ,Beer 

EXPANDED METAL ENGINEERING COlMPANY 
2-01 50th Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., A. J. Griffith 

Vice-Pres., L. c. Smith 
Expanded Metal for Machine Guards, Window Guards, 

Display Purposes, etc.; Steel Casement Windows, 
Metal Lath & Building Accessories 

EXPERT PLASTICS CORPORATION 
40-28 23rd St. , L. I. City 1. 
Fabricating & Molding 

F 
FAHNESTOCK ELECTRIC CO., INC. 

Joseplt B. Ladick 

46-44 11th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Ethvnrd J. Gros!I 
Manufacturer of Spring Binding Posts, Relays, Terminal 

& Connectin.g Blocks, Switchboard Units, Telephone 
& Telegraph Jacks, Duplex Equipment and Selectors 

FAIRVIEW CONSTRUCTION CORP. 
. 31-62 29th St., L. I. City 2. 
Real Estate 

Morris Strominge.r 

FAIRWAY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., INC. 
34-35 Steinway St., L. I . .City Pres., William Pollack 
Wholesale & Retail Lumber-Specializing in Serving 

Industrial Plants · 

FANTASY LINGERIE CO. 
118 Madison Ave., N. Y. City 16 
Manufacturer of Ladies' Underwear 

FARNOW VARNISH WORKS 

Samuel Feldman 

4-80 47th Rd., L. I. City 1. Benj:nuin ·Farber 
Manufacturer Varnishes, Paint Grinders Vehicles, Syn -

thetic Clear Finishes, Alkyds 

F. B, CASING CO., INC. 
10-37 45th Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Sausage Casings (Manufacturer) 

·Pres., Leon Forman 

FEDDERS-Q,UIGAN CORPORATION 
58-01 Grand Ave., Maspeth. 
Metal Products 

FEDERAL MACHINE & TOOL CO., INC. 

S. Giordano 

21-16 44th Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., Arthur Ellins 
Tools, Dies, Jigs, Fixtures, Gauges, Special Machines 

< See Our A(lve·1·tise1nents on Pag;e 68 

FEDERAL PROCUREMENT & SUBCONTRACTS 
10-42 47th Rd., L. I. City 1. Charles Margolis 
Publisher of Daily Factual Newspaper Covering Govern-

ment Procurement Defense Prime & Sub Contract 
Data 

JCENTON CO., GEORGE- F. 
10-66 Jackson Ave., L. I City 1. George F. Fenton 
Industrial & Domestic Automatic Heating Equipment (Oil 

& Coal) 

FERRARI; VINCENT J, 
90-01 Parsons Blvd., Jamaica 2. 
Attorney 

FIAT METAL MFG. CO., INC. 
21-33 Borden Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., Hownr1l S. Nilson 
Shower Cabinets; Metal Partitions 

JUNE-JULY, 1953 

FIELDS SHOPS, INC. 
35-60 82nd St., Jackson Heights. 
Department Store 

FIFTH A VENUE COACH CO. 
605 W. 132nd St., N. Y. City 27. 

A. G. Fields 

Vice-Chrm. of Bd., Frederic T. Wood 
Bus Transportation Lines 

FINKELSTEIN, MAX 
30-20 Newtown Ave., L. I. City 2. 
Automobile Tires & Tubes 

FISCHER BAIUNG CO, 
9-09 44th Ave., L. I. City. 
Bakery (Wholesale) 

FISHER MFG. CO., INC., JOHN C. 

Mgr., Samuel H. Christle 

3 7 -28 Ninth St., L. I. City 1. Georg·c C. Fisher 
Dental Instruments & Equipment, Metal Specialties, 

Tweezers, Bunsen Burners, Blow Pipes 

FISHER RADIO CORPORATION 
45-41 Van D a m St., L. I. City. Ben Arons 
Manufacturers of Radio, Televisio1i, Phonograph Combi-

binations, Electronic Equipment 

FITZPATRICI{, THOMAS 
160-16 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica. 
Attorney 

FLAHERTY CO., EDWARD C., THE 
43-87 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City. 
Construc tion Equipment 

John P. Flaherty 

FLASH SERVICE CORPORATION 
41-01 30th Ave., L. I. City. 
Dry Cleaning 

Max Rosenberg 

FLATBUSH FAIRWAYS, INC. 
Ralph Ave., & Avenue "J", Brooklyn 

Sec'y-Treas., Joint Stubler, Jr. 
Golf Practice Range & Short Golf Cours e 

FLECTOLUNE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 
19-76 Haze n St., East Elmhurst 70. 

Pres., Theresa C. Flanag·an 
Metal Spinning, Stamping & Polishing 

FLEETWOOD BOX & LUMBER CO., INC. 
12-05 43rd Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres., Maxwell Browner 
Lumber, P a cking Cases, Crates, Lumber Cut to Size 

See Out.· A1!y 
Sand, Grit, Gravel & Towing 

GALLARD-SCHLESINGER CHEMICAL CO. 
37-11 29th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., F. E. Gallard 
Chemical Sales 

GALLUCCI & SONS, INC., SAMUEL 
102-11 44th Ave., Corona Artltur Galh1c<•i 
General Cont ractor 

See Our A(lvertise1uent 011 Pag;e 96 

G. & G. PRECISION '\VORKS, INC. 
5-33 48th Ave., L. I. City 1. Pres •• George Gorham 
Manufacturer of Medical Equipment, L aboratory & Opti-

cal Apparatus; Control Mechanisms, Recorders; 
Photographic Equipment; General Preci sion Machin-
ing 

G. & S. PRECISION MFG. CO. 
38Cll 31st St., L. I. City 1. Alfreler 
Aircraft, Electronic & Munition Precision Machined Com-

ponents; Medical Instruments; Tools, Dies, Jigs & 
Fixtures; General & Experimental Machining 

GARDEN WORLD, INC. 
Francis Lewis Blvd. & 46th Ave., Flushing 

Pres., Har1•y Raben 
Self Service Garden Center-Nursery Stock, Fertilizers, 

Seeds, Tools, Furniture, Fences, Pottery, House Plants, 
Gift Ware, etc. 

GAS CONSU!11ERS SERVICE 
Norwalk Valve Co. 

45-10 Court Square, L. I. City 1. 
New York Mgr., Joint A. Byrnes 

Commercial & Industrial Gas Appliance Service, Repair 
Parts, Pressure Regulation; Manufacturer of Gas & 
Pressure Control Equipment, Heg·ulators, Inspirators, 
Back"Pressure & Anti-Suction Valves, etc. 

GAS EQUIPMENT CORP. 
12-01 43rd Ava., L. I. City 1. Treas., .Jacob G. Stockinger 
Distr·ibutor of. Heating Equipment & Accessories & Home 

Cooling Conditioning 

GAS PURIFYING MATERIALS CO. 
3-15 26th Ave., L. I. City 2. Viee-Pres., Tlteodore P. li:eller 
Gas Purifying Materials; Iron Boring Oxide; Gas Main 

Treating Materials; Chemical Iron 

GAS'l'ON JOHNS'l'ON CORPOR.ATION 
24-64 45th St., L. I. City. Pres., G:iston .Johnston 
Householcl Insec ticide Manufacturer 

G . B. W. MFG. CORP. 
129-07 18th Ave., College Point. Pres., Arnold Buttner 
Tools, Jig·s, Fixtures; Jig Boring, Cutter Grinding, Pre-

cision Machining; Dies & Stamping·; Engineering· 
Design 

GEHNRICH & GEHNRICH, INC. 
32-32 57th St., Woodside. 

Vice-Pres ... ~ T1·e as., He1•uutn G. Gel1n1·ic_lt 
Ind ustrial Ovens 

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• • • • Today's Research 

Tomorrow's Products 

In the broad fields of Lighting, Radio, Electronics, and 

Television, Sylvania laboratories in this area, and in 11 

other localities, are constantly developing new tech-

niques and finding new knowledge to meet future needs 

of home, industry, and armed forces. 

SYLVANIA 
ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC. 

Sylvania Center, Bayside; Kew Gardens; Flushing 

LIGHTING • RADIO • ELECTRONICS • TELEVISION 

., 

FEDERAL SERVICES co. 
TEHNICAL CONSULTANTS • PRODUCT . ENGINEERING 

TOOL, DIE AND MACHINE DESIGN 

21 -16 44th AVENUE • LONG ISLAND CITY 1, N. Y. e EXETER 2-0400 

FEDERAL MACHINE & TOOL CO., INC. 
Designers and Manufacturers 

TOOLS · DIES · JIGS · GAGES · FIXTURES 
SPECIAL MACHINES 

21-16 44th AVENUE • LONG ISLAND CITY 1, N. Y. e EXETER 2-0400 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



GEIS TRUCIHNG CORP., WILLIAM 
42-15 11th St., L. I. City 1. 
Trucking 

GEl\I HEAT TREATING CO., INC. 

Willinm Geis 

42-19 Hunter St., L. I. City 1. Vice-Pres., Albert Krnfl't 
Metal Heat Treaters; Commercial Heat 'Treating 

Gl~NARCO, INC. 
97-04 Sutphin B lvd., Jamaica 35 Pres., J. P . Latil 
Manufac ture rs of High Intensity Ca rbon Arc Spotlights, 

S ear chlights & 3000 W a tt Slide Projectors 

GENERAL AUTO PARTS 
37-27 21s t St., L. I. City. l\Igr., Eugene J. Goldman 
Comple t e Line Automobile Parts 

GENERAL BAKING COlUPANY 
100 - 10 91s t Ave., Richmond Hill. 
Who lesal e Bakers (Bond Bread) 

GENERAL CONVEYOR COMPANY 

Mgr., Julian Scott 

38-38 22nd S t., L . I. City 1. Pro1>., H. G. ScltroeUEENS PL:4ZA PARKING LOT AND SERVICE STATION 
Operated by Long Island City Standard Garage Corporation 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



GREATER NEW YORli: SAVINGS BANH: 
451 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn 15. 

Vice-Pres.-1\-lortgag·e· Otfice1·, Ernest D. Renard 
Savings Bank 

GREEN POINT SAVINGS BANii:, THE 
807 Manhattan Ave. , Brooklyn 22. Sec'y., John W. Raber 
856 Washington Ave., Brooklyn 38. 
5102 Church Ave .. Brooklyn 3. 
1425 Rockaway P'kway, Brooklyn 36. 
Savings Bank 

GREYHOUND LINES 
242 W. 34th St., & 245 W. 50th St., N. Y. City. 

Vice-Pres. & Gen Mg-r. N. Y. City Area, J. P. Hig·htower 
Bus Transportation 

GRIPPO CONTRACTING CO., INC. 
40-16 201st St., Bayside. Pres., Joseph Grippo 
Contractor, Water Mains, Sewers, Sidewalks & Curbs 

GROOME, JAMES & CO. 
140 W. 42nd St., N. Y . . City. 
Painting Contractor 

GROSS-lUORTON CORP. 
255-55 Union Turnpike, Glen Oaks, N. Y. 

J.;unes G1•001ne 

Builder Pres., George JU. Gross 

GUARANTEED TITLE AND JUOR'rGAGE CO. 
80 Jamaica Ave., Brooklyn 7. Pres., Carl s. Heidenreiclt 
Mortgage Investments and Title Insurance 

GUILD PLATERS, INC. 
3934 Park Ave., Bronx 57. Pres., Phili1> JU. Fal:ii:m 
Ectro-Platers & Metal Finishers 

GUILLO STUDIOS 
85-22 Grand Ave., Elmhurst. J. Arnoler 
Fuel Oil; Petroleum 

HARRIS FLOORING CO. 
50-02 23rd St., L. I. City 1. 

Sec'y & Mgr., Paul B. Shamlrnrt 
Distributor of Wood Flooring & Specialties 

HARROvV CONS'rRUC'l'ION CORPORA'l'ION 
11-42 46th Rd., L. I. City 1. 
Builders; General Con tractors 

llARVY RES'l'AURAN'r, INC. 
53rd Ave. & 11th St., L. I. City 1. 
Cafeteria & Bar 

11 l\SU:O EXPORT CO., INC. 

Fred E. Levy 

43-77 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City 1. Pres., W. A. J. Govan 
Bottling Machinery; Boilers, Generators, Tools & Hard-

ware, Plumbing & Electrical Materials, Miscellaneous 
Industrial Supplies; Conveyor Lubricants & Equip-
n1ent 

HAUBITZER CO., INC., GEORGE 
212-2 [) 99th Ave., Queens Village 29. 

Pres., Geor~·e A. Hnuhitzer 
Fuel Oil; Coal; Masons Supplies; Hay & Straw Feed 

HAUGHTON ELEVATOR COMPANY 
42-21 Crescent St., L. I. City. 

Dist. lllgr., E(l"·arfl F. Vlasak 
Manufacturer of Elev ators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators-

Repair & S e rvice 

HAUPT PAIN'r & HARDWARE CO., INC. 
21-15 Astoria Blvd., L. I. City 2. Pres., Chades J. H:rn1•t 
Industrial Supplies, Hardware, Devilbiss Spraying Equip-

1nent, Lacquers, Ena n1el Paints, lVIotors, l\1achinery, 
Castors, Evinrude Motors, Marine Supplies; Delta 
Power Tools 

HAvVLEY FUEL CORPORATION 
214-45 42nd Ave., Bayside Pres., H. J. Jose1>h 
Wholesale & Retail Fuel; Oil Burners 

HAYDEN, STONE & CO. 
25 Broad St., N. Y. City 4. Carroll M. Sexton 
Members New York Stock Exchange-Mutual Investment 

Funds 

llEADING, INC. 
40-09 21"t St., L. I. City 1. 
Textile Printing Pres., Frank F. B. Hea L. Fische1· 
Collecting· Systems, 

INDUSTRIAL WIPING CLOTH CO., INC. 
38-76 11th St., L. I. City 1. . 
Cotton Mill-Kaufman, Texas 
Mfg. Plant-Cleburne. Texas 
Manufacturer of Industrial Wiping Towels 

INSTANTWHIP-NEW YORI~, INC. 

I.E. Black 

32-26 62nd St., Woodside. · sec•y.-Treas., E. R. Oldham 
Manufacturer of "Ins tan twhip" 

INSULINE CORP. OF AMERICA 
36-02 35th Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Radio & Electronic Components 

INTERBORO REALTY CO. 

S:unnel J. Suector 

383 Pearl St., Brooklyn. J,:nvrence Zirinsky 
Industrial Real Estate Development Since 1890; New 

Buildings Constructed For Lease 

INTERNA'I'IONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. 
51-05 Queens Blvd., Woodside 77. Mgr., H: J. Hendricks 
Business Machines (Electric Typewriters, Electric Ac-

counting Machines, Electric Time Recording Equ ip-
ment) 

INTERNATIONAL DIESEL ELECTRIC 
Division of Q,ueensboro Packaging; Corporation 
General Offices-47-47 35th St., L . I. City. 

Pres., Robert T. Norment 
Joseph C. Il:rnm 

Diesel & Gasoline-Powered Generating Equipment; :-Lt-
terials Handling Equipment; Diesel Locomotives 

IN'l'ERNATIONAL HANDKERCHIEF MFG. CO., THE 
32-02 Queens Blvd., L. I. City 1. 

Controller, Walter C. 'roucey 
Handkerchiefs-Domestic & Imported (Wholesale) 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. 
44th St. & Northern Blvd., L. I. City 1. 

Branclt Mgr., Esteit1 
Corrugated Containers 

IRRERA, RAYMOND 
29-28 41st Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Architect 

IRVIN WARE COMPANY 
43-30 38th St., L. I. City 1, Partner, Mux Irvin 
Kitchen Utensils, Bar Accessories & Hollow Ware 

IRVING SUBWAY GRATING CO., INC. 
50-09 27th St., L. I. City 1. 

Vice-Pres. & Gen. lUgr., J:uncs E. Jr,·i:: 
Grating, Flooring & Treads; Bridge Decking: F'lcrnr _/\ 

mouring 

ISLAND PETROLEUM CORP. 
37-10 Lawrence St .. Flushing. 
Fuel Oil & Petroleum (Wholesale) 

ISi.AND PON'I'IAC CORP. 

J. L. Farrell 

42 -33 Northern Blvd., L. I. City 1. Pres., A. P. Ne.-ille 
Pontiac Automobiles, Sales & Service 

See OnI' Atlve1·tisen1ent on Pag·e 107 

JUNE-JULY, 1953 

J 
JACKSON BUFF CORP. 

21-03 4lst Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Cotton Buffing Wheels 

Pres., L. W. MacFarland 

JACKSON CO., WM. H. 
36-29 23rd St., L. I. City 1. 
8 E. 48th St., N. Y. City 1. Pres., Fred D. I<.eitbly 
Everything for the Fireplace; Precision Spot Welding of 

Aluminum; Sheet Metal & Experimental Work 

JACICSON HEIGHTS COMMUNITY GARAGE, INC. 
78-14 'Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Heights 72. 

Pres., August liors1ueier 
Auto Garage, Laundry & Parking 

.JACKSON HEIGHTS SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 
83-20 Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Heights 72. 

Exec. Vice-P1·es., Harol•l "\Ve1ulorff 
Savings & Home Financing· Banking Institution 

JAEGER-LEMBO MACHINE CORP. 
127 - 04 Northern Blvd., Flushing. 
Construction Machinery 

JAFF BROS. WOODWORICS, INC. 
41-43 37th St., L. I. City 1. 
ln ter ior Woodwo1·k for Offices, 

Specialty Shops 

.J AIUAICA GENERAL 'l'IRE CO. 
104-13 Merrick Blvd., Jamaica 

Jose1>h C. J,embo 

Gustave Juff 
Department Stores and 

On'ner, Willi:un S("hreiber 
1'ire Dealers (Retail & Wholesale); Recapping; Vulcan-

izing; Batteries, Accesso ri es ; Complete Road Service 
(Tru c k & Passenger) 

JAIUAJCA NATIONAL BANIC OF N. Y. 
89-64 163rd St., Jamaica 32. Pres., P:rnl G. 'Vel1Je 
Con1n1e?·cial Banking 

.l ·\IUAICA SAVINGS RANK 
161-02 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica 2. Pres., Jolin Adikes 

"'\Tice-Pres., CJ11."isto1>her C. Withel.·stine 
Vice-Pres., Nelson J. Springsteen 

Con11>troller, He111·y G. Ficken 
Sec'y., Ric11ard W. Reeves 

Savings Accounts, Mortgage Loans, Safe Deposit Boxes 

JAJIIAICA 'VA'I'ER SUPPLY CO. 
161-20 89th Ave., Jamaica 32. Pres., D. J. Hennessy 

Viee-Pres. & General Atty., Arthur McCauley 
Vice-Pres. & Chief Engineer, Peter Ley 

Asst. Treas., Eug·ene S. Con,vay 
Public Utility; Water Supply 

See Our A(lvertise1uent on Pag;e 64 

.J. & .J. TOOJ, & SUPPLY CO. 
39-23 Queens Blvcl., L . I. City 
Distributor of Mill Supplies, 

etc. 

JARCHO BROS., INC. 

P:n•tuer .. J:tck ll:nn1 
Hardware, Electric Tools, 

38-18 33rd St., L. I. City 1. 'l'.reas., Saul Jarcbo 
Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Contractor 

J ·ERRY'S TIRE SERVICE & REPAIR 
35-55 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City 6. 
Til'e Recapping & Sales 

JIMMY & JlllKE'S GAS STATION, INC. 
42-56 21st St .• L. I. City 1. 
Gasoline Station 

JOHN, JIIAURICE 'I'. 
(H{~1n·ese11ting Bro'''n & Bigelolv) 

35-47 80th St., Jackson Heights 72. 

Geralh J,n Ro"a 
Metal Spinning and Deep Drawing·; Stamping 

LARSEN PRINTING COllIPANY 
305 E. 45th St., N. Y. City 17. Leonarer 

LINDE AIR PRODUCTS COllIPANY 
30-20 Thomson Ave., L. I. City 1. Jose1>lt R. DeRose 
Mfrs. Oxygen, Acetylene, Welding & Cutting Apparatus 

LION llIATCH COMPANY, INC. 
CJnun. ~~ 'r1·eas., Se1·ge B . Bazavo:ff 

22-15 43rc1 Ave .. L. I. City 1 Pres., lllouroe Greenbaum 
250 West 57th St., N. Y. City 19. 
Mfr. Safety Book Matches, Emeryettes, Hosiery Mending 

~~~l{s Various .Advertising Items Including Pocket 

LIPPE & CO., INC. 
29 - 26 40th Rd., L. I. City 1. Sec'y., David D. Colten 

• Manufacturer of Picture Fran1 es 
See Our .A.tlvertiseinent on Pa,g;c '72 

LIQ,UJDEPTH INDICATORS, INC. 
43-22 Tenth St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Artltur Bierman 
Manufacturer of P etrometer Tank Gauges; Liquidepth 

Safety Cleanout Valves; Industrial Liquid Depth In -
dicators & Controls; Hilolarm Controls; Fuel Oil 
Tank Gauges 

See Our Atlvertisen1ent on Pag·e 56 

LIQ,UIDOJIIETER CORP. 
41-03 36th St., L. I. City 1. Vice- Pres., Harry T. Cullln:m 
Manufacturer of Liquid Level Gauges 

· See Our A.tl,rertise1nent on Pag·e 28 

LIQUOR DISPLAY CO. 
See Drug Merchandising Service 

LITESTAR INC.,- Ceramics 
39-29 29th St., L. I. City. Pres., Frank P. Lester 
Mfrs. Pottel'y, Giftwares, Ashtrays, Planters, Vases, 

Candleholders, Ovenware Mugs, etc. 

LOEI~FLER CO., INC., JU. G. 
29-27 Bridge Plaza No., L . I. City 1. 
Insurance (General Agent) 

LOFT CANDY CORP. 
38-38 Ninth St., L. I. City 1. 

lllilton G. LoetUer 

Executive ' Tice-Pres., I. D . RossJ1eiln 
Manufacturer of Candy and Retailer of Candy Gifts a nd 

Ice Cream 

LOLLO & SONS, GERARD 
37-20 56th St., Woodside. 
Concrete Contractor 

Partner, Anthony F, Lollo 

LONG ISLAND BROADCASTING CORP. 
Station WWRL 

41-30 58th St., Woodside. 
Radio Broadcasting 

Station JIIgr., Editlt Diek 

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AMERICAN MEASURING 
INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION 

21-25 44th Avenue Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

Manufacturers of 

COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 

SIGNAL DEVICES • ELECTRON IC UNITS 

TELEGRAPH & TELEPHONE APPARATUS 

PRECISION UNITS, MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 

AND RELATED COMPONENTS 

JUDY KENT, Inc. 
Manufacturers of 

CHILDREN'S BLOUSES AND SPORTSWEAR 

24-02 BRIDGE PLAZA SOUTH 

Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

MADIGAN-
H Y LAND 

CONSULTING 
ENGINEERS 

28-04 FORTY-FIRST A VENUE 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

THE SllATZ PAINTING ~o. INC. 
420 LEXINGTON AVENUE 

OREGON 9-0625 ESTABLISHED 1920 

NEW YORK CITY 

PAINTING & DECORATING CONTRACTORS 
APARTMENTS • lNSTITlJTIONS 
and lNDlJSTRIAL BlllLDINGS 

• 
SOME OUTSTANDING JOBS 

Rockefeller Center N.B .C. Studios 
United Nations, General Assembly W.O.R. Studios 
Fresh Meadows Development U. S. Rubber Co. 
Knickerbocker Village S. 0 . of N. J. 
Tudor City Shell Oil Co. 
Manhattan House R. C. A. Corp. 
Metropolitan Housing, Long Island The Carlton House 
New York Telephone Company, New York Graybar Bldg. 
Stouffers Restaurants, New York Barcley Hotel 

THIS PART JAL LIST SHOWS WE WERE SELECTED BY 
OUTS1'ANDING OWNERS, ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



LONG ISLAND CARPET CLEANING CO., INC. 
36-01 37th Ave., L . I. City 1. 

Vice-Pres, & Sec'y., J. G. Schwobel 
Rug Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing & Storing 

,LONG ISLAND CARTING CORP. 
31 - 06 61st St., Woodside. Frank Sabatelli 
Removal of Rubbish, Ashes, Debris 

LONG ISLAND CITY SA VIN GS AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATION, THE 

37 -10 Broadway, L. I. City 3. Pres., Joint Clterrybone 
Savings and l\'.[ortgage Loans 

LONG ISLAND CITY SAVINGS BANK 
BFiclge Plaza North, L. I. City 1. Pres., James J. Conway 

Vice- P .res., Dr. Eug·ene A. Colligan 
Vice-P1·es., Jarvis S. Hicks, Jr. 

Savings Bank · "\Villiam H. Ryan 
See Our All-vertise1uent on Back Gover 

J,ONG ISLAND CITY STANDARD GARAGE CORP. 
23 - 01 42ncl Rd., L. I. City 1. Gera1"lt J. Wesley 
Manufacturer Electric Switchboards, Panels, Switc hes, 

Control Apparatus, Fuses, Bus Ducts, etc. 

l\IE'l'ROPOLITAN EQ,UIPMEN'I' CORP. 
45-21 37th St., L . I. City 1. ,Jolrn V. O'Neill 
School & A dult Buse s; Cadillac Funeral Car & Ambulances 

METROPOLITAN INDUS'l'RIAL BA:NK 
99 - 01 Queens Blvd., Forest · Hills 74. 
Banking Vice-Pres., Ch:n·Jes Diinon 

See Our Affve1·tise1nent on Pag;e 26 

l\IETROPOJ,JTAN JOCKEY CLUB 
60 E. 42nd St. , N. Y. City 17. 
Thoroughbred Horse Racing at J a maica Race Course 

ilIETROPOLITAN PAINT MFG. CO. 
See Paragon Paint & Varnish Corp . 

IUETROPOLl'l'AN REFINING CO., INC. 
50-23 23rd St. , L. I. City 1. 

Exec. Vice-Pres., Hen1·y ll . Cl1:trali 
Chemical Manufacturing; Boiler Feedwater TreaLine nt; 

Corrosion Treatment for General Water Supply Sys -
tems, Cooling Towe r s, Diesel Eng·ines, Air Condition-
ing Equipment & Brine Systems; Sludge Preventive s 
for Fuel O il; Soot Remove1·; Waterproofing Mater ia l; 
Drain Pipe Cleaners 

MEURER REALTY CORP., JACOB 
120 Wall St., N. Y . City 5. Attorney, Emanuel A. Stern 
Industria l Real Estate ; Long Island City Railroad Siding 

Properties 

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Great Eastern Packing & Paper Stock Corp. 

• 
PAPER 
MILL 

SUPPLIES 

Over Issue 
News For 
Export 

• 

General Office, Warehouse and Packing Plant 

53-01 GRAND AVENUE, MASPETH 

Telephone EVergreen 6-2565 

• 
BOSTON, MASS. 
Station and 
Halleck Sts. 

CODES: 
Bentleys · Acme 
A-B-C - 6th Ed. 

Cable Address 
Taerg, New York 

• 

' Serving Long Island Since 1918 

TR UNZ, INC. 
Established 1904 

Main Office and Plant: 

25-45 Lombardy Street, Brooklyn 22, N. Y. 

Telephone: EVergreen 8-2600 

PORK - BEEF - PQUL TRY - VEAL - LAMB 

Also Ready-to-Eat MeatSpecialties 

and Canned Products 

All Manufactured Under U. S. Government 

Supervision and Inspection 

67 Retail Stores Throughout The Metropolitan Area 

Visit Our Store In Your Neighborhood 

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HEYER-CHEVROLET, INC, 
60-90 Myrtle Ave., Ridgewood 27. Pres., William Meyer 
61-15 Metropolitan Ave., Ridgewood 27. 
Automobile Sales & Service (Chevrolet); Trucks; Used 

Cars; Parts & Accessories 

MEYER DEVELOPMENT CO., CORD 
108-18 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills. J. Edwnrd Meyer 
Real Estate George C. Meyer, Jr. 

See Our Aclvertise1nnet on Page 98 

MICHAEL CONTRACTING CO., INC. 
142 19th St., Brooklyn 
·Contracting Building Construction 

MICHAELSEN, INC., H. 

Pres., M. J. Lein,bo 

41 - 16 35th Ave., L. I. City. Pres., Henry Miclmclsen 
Wholesale Distributors of Milk & Milk Products 

MICRON GEAR MFG. COMPANY 
102-38 Corona Ave., Corona Pres., Paul Moser 
Manufacturer of Precision Instrument Gears and Pinions 

MILLER CONTRACTING CORP., I, B. 
18-12 45th St., L. I. City 5. 
Foundation Contractors 

Herman C. llliller 

MILLER & SONS., INC., I. 
43-10 23rd St., L. I. City 1. 
Shoes 

Vice-P:l'es., lllicbael A. llll!ler 

MILLER, WILLIAM H., M.D. 
29-17 Bridge Plaza No., L. I. City 1. 
Physician 

MISHLER & WOHL 
31-16 Steinway St., L. I. City 3 
Lawyers 

l\IODERN TOOL & MACHINE WORICS 

Alfre2i 

MURRAY-WISEMAN, INC. 
1491 J erome Ave., Bronx 52 . Pres., Martin .M. \,Viseman 
Lincoln-Mercury Automobiles, Sales & Service 

l\IYRTLE MOTORS CORP. 
61-20 Fresh Pond Rd., Maspeth 
Automobiles (Pontiac) 

E. W . Dintenfass 

N 
NACHl\IAN MOTORS CORPORATION 

(Est. 1919) 
Sales Rooms: Hillside Ave., near Queens Blvd ., Jamaica. 
Service Station: 92-15 159th St., Jamaica 2. 

Pres., John E. Naclun:n1 
Cadillac Automobiles, Factory Authorized Sal.es & Service, 

Parts & Accessories 

NASH-FREEMAN CORP. 
Sales, Service & Parts-50-17 Queens Blvd., Woodside. 

Pres., Bernarll Freen1an 
Used Car Dept.-Northern B lvd. Just Off Queens Plaza, 

L. I. City. 
Automobiles (Nash); Sales & Service Parts, Accessories; 

Bodywork 

NATIONAL AUTO REN'rING CO., INC. 
440 W. 18th St., N . Y. City 11. 
37-11 Queens Blvd., L. I. City. 
Commercial Truck Renting 

NATIONAL BACIUNG CORJ;'. 
38-31 Ninth St., L. I. City 1. 
Rubberizing, Combining of Fabrics 

NATIONAL BISCUIT CO. 
35-33 41st St., L. I. City 1. 
Biscuits, Crackers & Cereals 

XA'l'IONAL BRICK CORP. 
35 -28 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City 1. 
Bricks 

NA'l'IONAL CABINET CO. 

Louis Butensky 

A. J. Hal11ern 

Mgr., E. Bonhne 

Pres., Harold J. Levine 

21-24 44th Ave., L. I. C i ty 1. Frelan 
Manufacturer of Puppets and Marionettes 

PE'l'RO lllOORE IUFG. CORP . . 
34-52 11th St., L. I. City 6. Treas., Daniel J. !Uoore 
Manufacturer of Folding Equipment (Tables, Table Legs, 

etc. ) 

PE'l'ROLEUlll HEA'l' & POWER COMPANY, INC. 
99-20 Metropolitan Ave., Forest Hills 75. 

Vice-Pres., Willin1n Ellison 
Domestic & Industrial Oil Burners, Fuel Oils, Service 

PFAFF, INC., GEORGE 
10-61 Jaclrnon Ave., L. I. City. 

Vice-Pres., George Pfaff, Jr, 
Sand Blast Equipment & Abrasives 

PHELPS-DODGE REFINING CORP. 
43-09 55th Dr., L. I. City 1. Works ·Mgr., Davih J. Diehl 
Commercial, Banquet, Public Relations Photograpll; 

plete Art Service; Photostats & Identification Photos 

PLAZA REALTY 
29-70 Northern Blvd., L. I. City. 
Industrial Real Estate 

Dominick Mirandn 

NORTH SHORE FUEL OIL CO. 
INCORPORATED 

DOMESTIC 

AIR 
CONDITIONING 

UNITS 

OIL BURNER 
SALES AND 
SERVICE 

•••• ESTABLISHED 1933 

FUEL OIL 

0 
WILLIAMS c l~Q:~~!I 

INDUSTRIAL 

FOR HOME 
OFFICE 

COMMERCIAL 

FOR HOME 
COMMERCIAL 
INDUSTRIAL 

General Bronze Triple Track All 
Aluminum Combination Storm Windows 

Slillwell 6-4848 
40-34 CRESCENT STREET • L. I. CITY 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



r>NEUMA TIC TOOL SALES & REP AIR CO. 
14-29 33rd Ave., L. I. City 6. Walter Meyer 
Pneumatic Tools, Sales & Service; Air Compressors; 

Rental of Air Compressors; Tools, etc.: Precision 
Machine Work; Pneumatic Tool Rebuilding 

POGGI, ROBERT 
c/o C. Gra nt Keck Organization 
25-15 B rid·g e Plaza No., L. I. City 1. 
Indu s tri a l Real Estate & Insuranc e 

'POIN'l'RO'WSKI, SYJ,VES'l'ER V. (SYJ,.) 
Queens B orough Hall, Kew Gard ens . 
Executiv e Ma nager to President of Borough of Queehs; 

P ublic Relations - Publicity 

POLLAK & SONS, INC., JULIUS 
45-35 V a n D a m St. , L. I. City 1. 
Ma nufac tul' e r of Greeting Cards 

POLY.MER INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Freil Pollak 

11-08 30th Ave., L. I. City. Vice-Pres., Dr. Howard L. Kane 
Manufacturer of Adhesives, Laminants, Casting & Paper 

Coating Compounds, Printing Gums, Textile Chemicals 
& Sizes. 

POL YPHASE MACHINE CO., 
78-21 Queen s B lvd. , Elmhurst 73. James A. Zi11ser 
Ma nufac ture r s of Automatic Sc r ew Machin e 'Produc ts 

POSNER SONS, INC., S. 
M e ropolitan & Scott Aves., Brooklyn 37. 
Compl e te Line of Paper Products & Specialty Packaging 

PO'WERS PHO'l'O ENGRAVING CO. 
205 W . 39th St., N. Y. City. Clmrles A. Powers 
Photo Engraving 

See Our AELDED STEEL PRODUCTS CO., INC. 
38-61 11th St., L . I. City 1. Pres., William J. Carnes 
Me t a l F a bricators 

PRES'I'O, ANDREW J., ilI.D. 
94-15 A s toria Blvd., Corona 
Physicia n 

PREST-0-SALES & SERVICE, INC; 
See Weldrite Co., Inc. 

PTUNCIPE-DANNA, INC. " 
47-17 27th St., L. I . City 1. Pres., Francis · J. Prin<-h><• 
R eady Mix Concl'ete, Mason Mate ri a l s , Precast Products 

PRIOR FUEL OIL CO. 
49-14 25th Ave., Woodside 77. 
Oil Heating Contractors 

Prop., J ·osc11J1 J. Prior 

PROPER FOLDING BOX CORPORATION 
See Queens Seaplane Base 

PH.OPPER MFG. CO., INC. 
10-34 44th Dr., L. I. City 1. Seymour Sclrnman 
W a ter Purification Chemicals, Tablets, Ampules; Hospital, 

Laboratory & Scientific Supplies 

PYROX CHEilIICAL CORPORATION 
10-35 45th Ave., L. I. City. Pres., Henry Arias 
C leaning Compounds, Paint R emove r s , D e t e rgents 

Q 
J,>ert 

Pre,. •• F. Ill. Linder 

52-00 Van Dam St., L, I. City 1. Pres., ArtJaur A. Slcoll 
Til'es, Recapping & Vulcanizing·, Batteries & Accessories 

SAFEWAY STORES, INC. 
300 Mercer St., Jersey City, N. J. 
Retail Grocery Stores 

William I. Wells 

ST. RAPHAELS'R. C. CHURCH 
35-20 Greenpoint Ave., L. I. City 1. 

Rev. George B. l\l11rp]1y 
Religious 

SALERNI, GUERINO 
29-10 Northern B lvd., L. I. City 1. 
Architect 

SALICOVER .METAL PROCESSING OF NEW YORI{, INC. 
34-16 Borden Ave., L. I. City 1. Wallace P . Gould 
Commercial Metal Joining, All Types 

See Our Advertise1nent on Page 58 

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SALTSER & WEINSIER, INC. 
Main Office-173 Cook St., Brooklyn 6. 
(Branches in Brooklyn, Jamaica, Flushing & Hempstead) 

P .res., lllichael Weinsier 
Plumbing and Heating Supplies 

SANTINI BROS., INC. 
36-01 Queens Blvd., L. I. City 1. 

Vice-P1·es., Zachary lU. Santini 
Moving & Storage of Commercial and Household Goods, 

Local and Long Distance; Domestic Packing, Crating 
& Shipping; Export Packing, Crating and Shipping 
for Overseas 

SANTORO CARTING CO. 
36-10 24th Ave., L. I. City. Partner, William Donohue 
Private Sanitation Service-Ash & Rubbish Removal 

SARNER, I., JU. D. 
10-31 Jackson Ave., L. I. City. 
Physician 

SA V ACOOL, WILLIAM L. 
86-26 Queens Blvd., Elmhurst. 
Civil Engineer 

See Our Ac1Ye1·tise1nent on Pag·e 106 

SAVOY BRASS MFG. CO., INC. 
43-23 35th St., L. I. City 1. 
Plumbing Fixtures, Brass 

Richard Kadish 

SCALAMANDRE SILRS, INC. 
37-24 24th St., L. I. City 1. Pres •• Franco Scalamand.re 
Trimmings & Tapes; Decorative Fabrics 

SCHAEFER BREWING CO., F. & M., THE 
430 Kent Ave., Brooklyn 11. 
34 N. Ferry St., Albany, N. Y. 

Pres., Rudolt>h J, Schaefer 
Brewers: Schaefer Beer, Schaefer Irish Brand Cream Ale 

SCHENCK TRANSPORTATION CO., INC, 
372 Jericho Turnpike, Floral Parle 

Pres., Ho,vnrd E. Schenck 
Bus Transportation Line 

SCHIAVONE-BONOMO CORP. 

94 

154 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn. Benjamin V. Paolino 
Foot of Jersey Ave., Jersey City. 
Scrap Iron, Steel & Metals 

See Our Advertisement on Pnge 102 

GRAYBAR CONSTRUCTION CO., INc. 
General Contractors 

59-26 WOODSIDE AVENUE 

Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 

HAvemeyer 6-5500 

STillwell 4-6077-8 Established 1887 

GEO. E. PAYNE & SON, INC. 
INSURANCE 

29-09 Bridge Plaza N., Long Island City, N. Y. 

Corn Exchange Bank Building 

REPRESENTING: 

The Home Insurance Co. 
Great American Insurance Co. 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 
Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 

Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. 

Northern Insurance Co. 
Royal Exchange Assurance 
Fireman's Fund Indemnity Co. 
The Home I ndemnily Co. 
Great American Indemnity Co. 

~CHILDRNECHT LUMBER CO., INC. 
1051 Irving Ave., Ridgewood 27. 

Pres., Charles Schihlknecht 
Retail Lumber 

SCHILDRRAUT, INC., SOL 
Liberty Ave. & Merrick Rd. , Jamaica. 

Pres., Sol Scbildkraut 
Automobiles, Sales & Service (Ford, Mercury, Lincoln) 

See Our Advertise1nent on Pag·e 107 

SCHIR.l\IER., INC., G. 
3 E. 43rd St., N. Y. City. Rudolph Tauhe1·t 
Factory: 48-02 .48th Ave., Woodside. 
Music Puplishers, Music Printers & Engravers; Offset 

Printing & Book Binding 

SCHMITT & SON, F. R. 
193-10 99th Ave., H;ollis 7. F. J. Schmitt 
Design and Manufacture of Special Automatic Machinery 

SCHIUITT, OSCAR F. 
71-09 Cypress Hills St., Glendale. 
Real Estate & Builder. 

SCHNEIDER., EMIL L., C.P.A. 
29-28 41st Ave., L . I. City. 
Certified Publi c Accountant, Audit Services 

SCHULZ, WILIA.iU ADAIU 
41-25 48th St., Woodside . 

SCHUJUACHER PLUMBING & HEA'l'ING, WILLIAM J. 
36-34 35th SL, L. I. City 1. William J. Sclnunacher 
Installation & Repair of Industri a l and Resid ential 

Plumbing & Heating 

SCHUNDJ,ER & CO., INC., F. E. 
45-15 Vernon Blvd., L . I. City 1. 

Vice-Pres., W. C: Marsltall 
Grinding, Mineral & Insulation Products 

SCHWANDA & SONS, B. 
Salesroom-79 Mad°ison Ave., N. Y. City 16. 
Factory-36-13 36th Ave ., L. I. City. 

Henry T. Sclnv:uula 
Buttons 

SCRAP IR.ON BALING CORPORA'l'ION 
154 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn 37. 
Buyers: Scrap Iron-Steel-Metals 

P. E. Gross 

!~-~p. IN QUEENS k 
Q ~ioro'!.'/.-aeeri RADIO 

.,.... & TELEVISION CORP. 
RADIOS 
TELEVISION 
REFRIGERATORS 
WASHERS 
RANGES 
IRONERS 
DISHWASHERS 
AIR CONDITIONERS 
SHAVERS 
TOASTERS 
IRONS 
WAFFLE BAKERS 
HEATERS 
FANS 
SEWING MACHINES 
ROASTERS 
VACUUM CLEANERS 
CLOCKS 
FOOD MIXERS 
SANDWICH GRILLS 
BROILERS 
PRESSURE COOKERS 
TYPEWRITERS 
CAMERAS 
SILVERWARE 
BICYCLES 
LIONEL TRAINS 

The appliance department store 
featuring standard brands-G.E., 
Frigidaire, Westinghouse, RCA, 
Dumont, Andrea, Hoffman, Mag-
navox. 

• NOBODY BEATS 
•OUR PRICES 
Queens Chamber members and 
their employees enjoy 

- SPECIAL DISCOUNTS -
Remember we sell everything and 
we will not be undersold! 

• 
At Entrance lo Queensboro Bridge 

25-25 Bridge Plaza North L. I. City 
PHONE: STillwell 6-0826 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



SEAL LOCH: BURIAL VAULT, INC. 
Woodhaven B lvd. & 68th Rd., Rego Park 

John F. lllcCloskey 
Manufacturer of Concrete Burial· Vaults; Concrete Crypts 

for Mausoleums; Tropic Tile 

SEA!llLEX CO., INC. 
41-23 24th St., L. I. City 1. Pres., Frnnk F. Jacobson 
Flexible Metal Hose & Couplings, Also Rotary Pressure 

Joints for Steam, vVater, Air, etc. 

SEAPORCEL l'IIETALS, INC. 
28 - 20 Borden Ave., L. I. City. Pres., !II. Jesse Snlt~n 
Architectural Porcelain Enamel Parts 

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 
169-21 Hillside Ave., Jamaica. 
General Merchandise 

SECURITY !IIUTUAL 
15 E . 40th St., N. Y. City. 
Insurance Savings Plan 

SELECT JEWELRY !IIFG. CO., INC. 

H . S . Ricka rtl 

Arthur N. Block 

32-02 Queens Blvd., L. I. City 1. Trens., Jack Mnrkoe 
Manufacturer of Costume Jewelry; Plastic & Metal Toys 

SEJ,JTE CORPORATION 
See Hasl{O Export Co., Inc. 

SERVICE EXCAVATORS, INC. 
43 - 12 Berrian Blvd., L . I. City 5. 
Trucking & Excavating Contractor 

SESSLER, DAVID 

!IIichael Gincopclli 

Long Island City High School, 28-01 4lst Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Principal 

SEXAUER & LE!llKE, INC. 
34-50 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City 6. \Villinm Sexauer 
Iron, Bronze, Aluminum & Stainless Steel 

SEX'l'ON & CO., JOHN 
32-04 Northern Blvd., L. I. City 1. R. F . !lla nley 
Wh_olesale Grocer 

SHAPIRO- HOFF.!IIAN CO. 
10-09 50th Ave., L. I. City 1. 
Liquors and Wines 

SHATZ PAINTING CO., INC. 

Abe Sha11iro 

420 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City 17. J . ~V. Zucker 
Painting Contractor 

See Our A (lve1·tise1nent on Pag;e ~O 
SHEER !llOTORS, INC. 

66-20 Queens Blvd., Woodside. Alfred Sheer 
Dodge, Plymouth Automobiles, Sales & Service 

SHELL OIL CO!llPANY 
11 3-25 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills . 

District l\lg;r., "'\ViU:tr(l 1\.. Sltoe1naker 
Petroleum Products 

SHENKER DISPLAYS, INC. 
45-53 32nd PL, L. I. City 1. 
Manufacturer of Advertising Displays 

SHEPPARD CO., C. E. 

Sitlney Shenker 

44 - 01 21st St., L. I. City 1. Pres., John W . She1>1>ar•l 
Loose Leaf Binders & Forms; Visible Record Equipment; 

Catalog & Advertising Covers; Accounting Systems; 
Special Ruling & Printing; Snap-Out & Carbon Sets 

SHER!IIAN & CO. 
See American Silver Company, Inc. 

SHERRY, INC., LOUIS 
30-30 Northern B lvd., L. I. City 1. 

Asst. to Pres., Clwrles F . Cook 
Manufacture_r of Ice Cream, Candy, Preserves 

SHEVLIN, !llATTHEW J. 
67 Wail St., N. Y. City 5 
Attorney 

SHORE MFG. CO., INC., R. W. 
33-17 37th Ave., L . I. City 1. Roscoe W. Sltore 
Metal Stamping; Tools & Dies, Welding; Painting & 

Assembly 

Sl!ll!llON BROS., INC. 
30 - 28 Starr Ave., L. I. City 1. Fre•lerick G. Simmon 
Ph.otographic Equipment (Manufacturers); Special De -

vices 
See 0111· All,7ertise1uent on Pag;e 78 

SIU BAICERS & CONFECTIONERS, INC. 
11-07 43rc1 Rel., L. I. City. Viee- Pres., llliclrnel A . Safarian 
Candy Manufacturers 

SICAGGS-WALSH, INC. 
12-01 Broadway, L. I. City 6. 

V i ee- Pres. & Gen. !IIgr., Fretl w. Heaney 
Fuel Oil, Oil Burners 

JUNE·JULY, 1953 

SKLAR L Ul'llBER CO., GEORGE 
46-30 Crane St., L. I. City 1. Owner, Geo rg·c Sklar 
Lumber for Builders & Industrial Use 

SKLAR l'llFG. CO., J. 
38-04 Woodside Ave., L. I. City 4. 

Pres., Edn·nr(l J. Sovntkin 
Surgical Instruments 

Sl\:OURAS 'l'HEA'l'RES CORP. 
22-27 31st St., L. I. City 5. 
Motion Picture Theatres 

Zone l\lgT., :JJI. J. Ba1·anco 

SLA'l"l'ERY CONTRAC'l'ING CO., INC. 
46-36 54th Rd., Maspeth. Pres., James .III. Slattery 
General Contractor 

SllIILEN BROS., INC. 
Metropolitan & Woodward Aves., Brooklyn. 

Fruiterers (Retail} 
Pres., Nat S1nilen 

Sllll'l'H & GREGORY OF NEW YORI{, INC. 
(Es t. 1915.) 
~07 - 02 Northern Blvd., Bayside. Arthur E. Smith, Jr. 
Authorized Ford Dealer-Cars a nd Trucks, New and Used 

See Our A_h Stutz1nann, Ji-. 
224 - 39 J a m a ica A v e., Queens Village 28. 
Fune r a l Dir ector; Undertake r 

JUNE-JULY, 1953 

SULLIVAN, CHARLES P . 
29 - 25 161st St., Flushing. 
A ttorney 

SUNNYSIDE BRONZE FOUNDRY 
41 -21 37t h St., L. I. City 1. See•y.-Treas ., Rudol11h Rippel 
Foundry (Bronze & Aluminum); Castings 

SUN OIL CO. 
53-02 11th St., L. I. City 1. 
Petroleum 

Louis J. Ford 

SUNRISE DIV. OF HOUSEHOLD FUEL CORP. 
133 -14 Atlantic Ave., Richmond Hill 19. 
Solid Fue l 

SUNRISE OIL CO., INC. 
119-02 23rd A ve., College P o int. Pres., E. D. Marks 
Fue l Oils , Oil Burner S a l es & Service (Domestic & Indus -

tri a l) 
See Our Ain 

?o~ea "rittt{d, 

'l'IRE DISTIUDUTING CORPORA'l'ION 
Northern Blvd. at 62nd St., Woodside. 

Pres., NeJ1 Cohn 

Asst. Tre:ts., Is1·cal T:tnenblntt 
Manufacturer of Wood and Plastic Products; Paint Brush 

H a ndl es & Blocks 

TUFARO'S RESTAURANT 
108-74 Roosevelt Ave., Corona. 
R estaurant 

TUI,LY & DI NAPOLI, INC. 

Anthony P. Tufaro 

127-50 Northern Blvd., P. 0. Box 145, Flushing. 
Sec'y & Treas., Vinc~nt P. DiNnpoll 

Contractors (General) 

TWIX JUFG. CO., INC. 
40-09 21st St., L. I. City 1. 
Too ls, Dies, Jigs & Fixtures 

TWIXT, INC. 

JU. S. Gi1>stein 

52-10 37th St., L. I. City 1. 
"Bakery 

Vice-Pres., Roy N. Okuno 

u 
UDYl,ITE CORP. 

11-16 44th Dr., L. I. City 1. James L. Clifforcl 
Electro Plating Equipment & Supplies 

See Our Ad·vertiseinent on Png:e 103 

ULTRA iUETAL UTILITIES CORP, 
27-07 Astoria Blvd., L. I. City. Robert Schleeweiss 
M a nufacture r of Oil Burner Nozzles; Tool a nd Die Work 

UNDERWOOD CORP., ELECTRONIC COJIIPU'l'OR DIV. 
35 - 25 35th St., L. I. City. 
Manufactu rn r of Electronic Computors 

UNITED BOTTLE SUPPLY CO., INC. 
27-50 First St., .Astoria 2. Vice-Pres., Sol. Benclow 
Glass Bottles & Jars 

UNITED HOSPITAL FUND OF N. Y. 
92-32 U ni o n Hall St., Jama ica 33. 

Queens Director, C:trl 1-1. Wilbehus 

UNl'l'ED IUE'l'AL HOSE CO., INC. 
36 -01 43rd Ave., L. I.- City 1. 
Hose (Flexible Metal); Couplings 

Hose ; Couplings for Gasoline & 

,V. S. Woll 
for Flexible Metal 
Fue l Oil Hose 

UNl'l'ED NATIONAL BANK OF L. I. IN N. Y. 
( 4 Offices in Queens) 
99-00 M etropolitan Ave., Forest Hills. 

Commercial Banking 

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 

PJ.•es., Louis C. Gos.2, 72 :uul 76 

UNIVERSAL CAR SALES & SERVICE CORP. 
31-08 Northern Blvd., L. I. City 1. Pres., Ha.roltl Oshry 
Ford A utomobiles & Truc ks 

See Our Alt L . Wittman 

WIVEL RESTAURANT 
254 W. 54th St., N. Y. City. Svciul Jorgensen 
Restaurant 

WOLFF APPLIANCE CORP. 
41-50 24th St., L. I . City 1. Sec'y., Saul n:. Wolff 
Metal Novelties; Metal Housewares 

WOLi\.: PATTERN WORli:S, INC. 
23-88 32nd St., L. I. City 5. 
Patterns (Wood & Metal) 

See Our Advertisement on Page 106 

WOODALL INDUSTRIES, INC. 
Glen Cove Road, Mineola, L . I . 

Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr., Eastern Div., Harolll B. Palmer 
Masonite Presdwood Products 

WOODEL, HERBERT R., M.D. 
75-50 61st St., Glendale. 
Physician 

WOODS LUMBER CO., INC., HENRY R. 
38-14 10th St., L . I. City. Sales l'llgr., Joint F. Armstrong 
Hardwood Lumber for Furniture Mfrs., Cabinet & Pattern 

Ma kers 

WOODSIDE CONTRACTING CO. 
31-37 61st St., Woodside Owner, Steve C. l{ozick 
General Contractors 

WORRA STAMPING & DIE WORICS 
10 - 15 48th Ave., L. I. City. Pres., Frank Lorenzo 
Metal Stamping & Dies 

WYSSMONT COl'llPANY, INC. 
42-05 27th St., L . I. City 1. Arnold '\\Teisselberg 
Engineers 

y 

YOUNGDAHL, C. E. & COMPANY, INC. 
·29-28 41st Ave., L. I. City 1. Carl E. Youni;;tlahl 
Con tractors & Engineers-Building Construction 

YOUNG, BALBACH, TILFORD & LEWIS 
32 Broadway, N. Y. City 4. George J. Balbaeh 
Attorneys 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSN. 
27-10 Bridge Plaza So., L. I. City 1. 

Exec. Sec'y., Ja1nes L. Hastie 
Personnel Activities & Supervisory Training, Programs 

for Youth; Industrial Consultants 

YOUNGS & BROS., INC., WM. P. 
43-16 Vernon Blvd., L. I. City 1. 

Vice-Pres., Williant F. Young,·s 
Lumber; Hardwood; Industrial Mouldings & Millwork 

See Our Advertise1nent on Page 72 

YOUTHCRAFT CREATIONS, INC. 
21-09 Borden Ave., L. I. City. Pres., Gabe Leventhal 
Manufacturers of Girdles & Bras 

z 
ZARKIN MACHINE CO., INC. 

34-19 10th St., L. I. City 6. Gen. Counsel, Benjamin Poller 
Lithogra phic Equipment, Metal Spraying of All Kinds. 

General Machine Shop, Repair Offset Presses, Deale1 
In Used Offset Machinery 

ZYLO WARE CORP. 
11-15 47th Ave., L. I. City 1. Joseph Shyer 
Optical Frames & Sun Glasses (Manufacturers1 

101 



102 

Buy From Chamber Members 
Of the Chamber of Commerce of the Borough of Queens 

1500 MEMBERS 

at~~ Seweal 
It's to Your Advantage to Buy from Your Neighbors 

• 
MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS 

SPECIALIZED SERVICES 
PLANT FACILITIES 

MATERIALS 

- . 

To help you the Chamber's Industrial Bureau maintains a complete 
and detailed file of the Products and Services of all Members. 

The Chamber's Buy from Member's Program is de-
signed to create an opportunity for member firms, 
through a reciprocal relationship, to share ·an exten-
sive volume of business originating locally which is 
now being diverted elsewhere. 

Surveys by the Industrial Bureau have shown that, in 
most cases, purchases of almost any products or 
materials can be made more advantageously from 
fellow members - with faster deliveries and savings in 
transport~tion and other costs. Practically any indus-

trial service or plant 
facility can also be ob-
fained more econom-
ically from Chamber 
Members. 

The Chamber's Industrial Bureau serves as a clearing 
house for buyers' information. A complete and detailed 
file of all products manufactured or distributed and 
the specialized services rendered by members of the 
Chamber has been compiled. 

The Industrial Bureau can answer fully and promptly-
with specific information - every inquiry received. 

The Industrial Bureau's service is also available to 
members seeking to place sub-contract work, or with 
open plant facilities. 

There is no charge or obligation 
when you use this service! 

WHATEVER YOU NEED BUY IT FROM CHAMBER MEMBERS 

Call th.e Industrial Bureau 

Chamber of Commerce - Borough of Queens 
24-16 BRIDGE PLAZA SOUTH LONG ISLAND CITY, N. Y. 

STillwell 4-7700 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



UDYLITE CORPORATION 

Electro Plating Equipment and Supplies 

11-16 44th Drive Long Island City, N. Y. 

A. J. NOETHIGER COMPANY, 
ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS 

9510 Jomaica Ave. 
Woodhaven 21, 
l. 1.-, N. Y. 

Virginia 9-5439 

Bookkeeping Service 
Taxes 

9431 Wooqhaven Blvd. 
Ozone Park 16, 
l. I., N. Y. 

Vlrgi!' ia 9-3336 

FRESH MEADOWS INN 

' WHALEY BROS., INC. 190th Street - Horace Harding Boulevard 
"ARE YOU FACED WITH A PARTY PROBLEM?" 

Welding Supplies and Equipment If so, all your troubles are over. 
Just consult our Banquet Manager or our Maitre d'Hotel. 
Air-conditioned Banquet Rooms accommodating up to 

300. 

1 1 -1 1 3 1 st Drive Long Island City, N. Y. JAmaica 3-8200 
Tel. ·RAvenswood 8-8788 

EDDIE MCCADDEN NAT. SELTZER 

SCHIAVONE- BONOMO CORPORATION 
Established 1899 

IRON & STEEL SCRAP 
AND 

NON FERROUS METALS 

CONTACT US FOR PRICES ON YOUR SCRAP ACCUMULATIONS 
OR ON CONTRACT BASIS 

}UNE-}ULY, 1953 

154 MORGAN AVENUE 
BROOKLYN 37, NEW YORK 

Telephone: HYacinth 7-3521 
Yards: Jersey City, Harrison & Newark, N. J. 

Bronx and Brooklyn, New York 
Stamford and New Haven, Conn. 

MEMBER OF QUEENS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

103 



Queens Population by Communities 
FIRST WARD 

Long Island City ··········---------------------- 65,828 

Astoria ··--···········---------------------------------128, 730 

Sunnyside -------------------------------------------· 47,992 

TOTAL ----------------------------------------242,550 

1940 Census ------------------------------234,937 

SECOND WARD 

Ridgewood ·--------------------------------·-------- 57,106 

Glendale -------------------------------------------· 40,93 7 

Middle Village ----------------------------------- 19,602 

Corona ------------------- ---------------·------------- 49,681 

Elmhurst -------------------------------------·-------- 49,051 

East Elmhurst ------------------------------------ 46,525 

Jackson Heights ---------------------------------- 41,497 

Forest Hills -------------------·---·---------------- 52,615 

Rego Park ----------------------------·----·-------- 23,870 

Maspeth ·--------------------------------·------------ 41, 768 

Woodside ---------·---------------------------------- 58,126 

TOTAL --------------------------------------480, 778 

1940 Census --------------------------------417,161 

THIRD WARD 

Flushing ·---------------------------------------------102, 15 8 
Fresh Meadows & Utopia ---------------- 43,301 
College Point ---------·--------------------------- 17,259 
Whitestone-Beechhurst-Malba ---------- 16,941 

Bayside ------------------------------------------------ 30,08 5 
Oakland Gardens -------------------------------· 19,163 
Douglaston-Little Neck -------------------· 9,814 

TOT AL ------------.----------------------------2 38, 721 
1940 Census --------------------------------156,869 

FOURTH WARD 

Jamaica-S. Jamaica ______________________________ 147,752 

Richmond Hill ---------------------------------- 22,404 
Richmond Hill South ------------------------ 41,791 
Kew Gardens -------------------------------------- 24,608 
Woodhaven -----·---------------------------------· 36,865 
Ozone Park ---------------------------------------- 38,006 
South Ozone Park ---------------------------- 34,307 
Queens Village ---------------------------------- 55,314 
Bellerose. ---------------------------------------------- 28,628 
Hollis ------------·----------------------.-------------- 13, 5 86 
Howard Beach ------------------------------------ 6,276 
Springfield-Laurelton -------------------------- 21,507 
Rosedale --------------------------------·------------- 12, 121 
St. Albans ·---- ------------------------------------- 33,553 
Cambria Heights -------------------------------- 18,083 

TOTAL --------------------------------------534,801 
1940 Census --··-------·--------------------450,594 

Dine . . p1easant1y 

104 

Our good food, the fine 

atmosphere, courteous 

and attentive waitresses 

all add up to a pleasing 

luncheon or dinner. 

CHAMBER RESTAURANT 
DINING ROOM OF THE 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BOROUGH OF QUEENS 

• 

Bridge Plaza South corner Crescent Street 

At Queens Plaza Subway Station 

Long Island City -

FIFTH WARD 

Rockaway Beach 

Fort Tilden ·-·--------------------------------------· 2,227 

Neponsit ----------------------------------------------· 2,353 

Belle Harbor-Rockaway Park ------------ 9,383 

Hammels-Holland-Seaside ------------------ 10,590 

TOT AL -------------------------------------- 2 4, 5 5 3 

Pal' Rockaway 

Edgemere -------------------------------------------- 2,634 

Arverne ------------------------------------------------ 6, 112 

Far Rockaway .-------------------------------------- 17,804 

TOTAL -------------------------------------- 26,5 50 

Rockaways Total -------------------------------- 51,103 

Broad Channel -------- -------------------------- 2,896 

TOTAL -------·----·-·---------·--------------- 5 3,999 

1940 Census ---------------------·--·----- 38,073 

BOROUGH TOTAL ------·-------1,550,849 

1940 Census ------------------------------1,297,634 

•BANQUETS 
•WEDDINGS 
•PARTIES 
Consult us about these 
club parties, business 
functions, office and 
cocktail parties. 

Excellent variety of 

wines and liquors 

• STEAKS 
• CHOPS 
•GAME 

For a few or a few hundred! 
Excellent service, cuJsme, 
cooperation. Phone STillwell 
4-7700 - Mr. Criss. 

QUEENSBOROUGH 



BOROUGH of QUEENS 
Biggest, Fastest Growing of N. Y. City's Family of 5 

Embracing 118 .6 square miles of land area, Queens comprises 44 separate and distinct communi-
ties with a total population of 1,550,849 - based on 1950 U. S. Census figures . It's the 7th most 
populous county in nation, 3rd among N. Y. State's 62 . Borough-of-Homes, it contains 186, 921 
one-family houses, 57, 157 two-family dwellings, 2,391 miles of streets, 2,206 industrial plants, 
9,311 acres of parks, 5,458 acres in two major airports, 200 miles of waterfront. Queens boasts 
its own official flag, manufactures products valued in excess of $600,000,000 annually, houses largest 
railroad yard in world . 

JUNE-J ULY, 1953 105 



WHERE TO BUY 
Classified Advertising Directory compiled by the Chamber of 

C::ommerce Magazine to guide buyers to progressive organizations that 
.lre anxious to serve this market. 

Builders 

Walter M. Bordeman & Sons 
· ' General Contracting - Engineers and Buildera 

Industrial Alterations our Specialty 

12-21 JACKSON AVE. LONG ISLAND CITY 

Phone: RAvenswood 9-7070 

BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS 

Industrial Building & General Alterations 

COMET CONS'TRUCTION CORP. 

I 0-37 47th Road Long Island City I, N. Y. 
Phone STillwell 4-9100 

Carpenter 

WM. F. STORCK 
Carpenter - Cabinet Work 

General Contractor 

Z7-0U Jnck11on Avenue L. I. City 

S'rtlhvell 4-:1321' 

c;astings 
ALB RA 

MET A,L FOUNDRY CO. 
Alwninwn, Brass & Bronze Castings 
8-05 FORTY-THIRD A VENUE 
Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

STillwell 4-8737 

Consulting Engineer - Land Devel~pment 

William L. Savacool, C. E. 
8~-26 Que~ns Boulevard 

ELMHUUST 

Phone NBwtown 9·0322 

Employment 
Comme1·cial • Technical • Industrial 
Largest Staffed Agency in Queens 

• Immediate Placement • 

QUEENS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 
]. S; WILLIAMS, Licensee 

10th Floor - 29-28 4lst AVENUE 
STillwcll 4-1010 - Long Island City 

Employment 
Of/ic• Help Commercial lndttstrial 

Send Your Requirements to 

B. V. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
29-28 4lst Avenue - Room 1208 

Long Island City I, N. Y. 
William J. Wilson 

STiiiweii 4,.:0121 · - Lii:emee 

Engineering 

106 

AIROL ENGINEERING 
& MFG. CO. 
I 0-25 45th ROAD 

Long Island City, N. Y. 

Exterminating 

JOS. P. HOGAN, INC. 
25 Years Actual Experience 

EXTERMINATING 
• RAT PROOFING • MOTH PROOFING 

Termite Control and Wood Treating 
Latest Methods Used 

Contracts and Single Treatments 
Telephone: RAVENSWOOD 6·9038 

Foundry 

YJE.tE BRASS & BRONZE FOUNDRY 
BRASS, BRON?E, ALUMINUM CASTINGS 

J ebbing and Production 
_51-25 35th STREET 

Bet. Bradley Ave. & Gale St., L. I. C. I, N. Y. 
Phone RAvenswood 9-6038 

Fuel Oils 
Heat with SMITHCO 

FUEL OILS :-: OIL BURNERS 
"Automatic Servic.e" Installed by Experts 

SMITHCO OIL COMPANY, INC. 
C. Otis Smith1 President 

35-10 LAWRENCE STREET, FLUSHING 
at FLUSHING BRIDGE 

FLUSHING 8-7100 

Insurance 

MALCOLM T. PAYNE 
• Insurance Brokers • 
22-45-31 st ST~EET 

Bank Building Near Ditmars Avenue 

Lumber 

Long Island City 5, N. Y. 

Telephone: AStoria B-9600 

CRANE & CLARK LUMBER 
CORPORATION 

For Builders & Industrials 

55-01 GRAND AVENUE 
· Maspeth, N. Y. 

EVergreen 6-4700 Since 1850 

Lumber 

TRI-BRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY 
19-59 Steinway Street 

Long Island City 

RAVENSWOOD 8-8888 

Lumber 

• Construction Lumber • 

VERNON LUMBER CORP. 
11-12 53rd Avenue Long Island City 

STillwell 4-0200 

Patterns and Matchplates 

JOHNSON & KUNZ 
WOOD and METAL PATTERNS 

Match Plates 

48th A VE. & 5th ST. LONG ISLAND CITY 
Telephone: STillvrell 4-5831 

Patterns - Wood, Metal 

WOLK PATTERN WORKS, INC. 
Wood and Metal Patterns 
For All Kinds of Castings 

Models and Experimental Works 
23-88 32nd STREET 

RAvenswood 8-3500 L. I. C. 5, N. Y. 

Plumbing and Heating 

9UEENSBORO HEATING CO. 
.4.uthorised GE Dealer - Est. 1927 

Industrial Plumbinc • Heai.ing • Oil Burner• 
Repairs - Alteration• - Maintenance 

35-04 34th STREET L. I. CITY 
RAvenswood 8-8281-8222 

Plumbing and Heating 

JACOB STOCKINGER, Inc. 

Printing 

Plumbing and Heating 
Industrial and Residential 

29-28 NBWTOWN AVBNUB 
Long Island City 2, N. Y. 
Phone, AStorie 8-8134 • 8135 

JULES 
. PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. 

Printing Office Supplies Photo Off1~t 
Call: STillwell 4-IBlb 

"WE DELIVER" 
29-24 Northern Blvd. L. I. City I, N. Y. 

Real Estate - Industrial 

C. GRANT KECK 
Industrial Real Estate 

Factories, Lofts, Plots, Buildings Built 
25-15 BRIDGE PLAZA NORTH 

Queens Plaza Bldg., L. I. City I, N. Y. 
Telephone: STillw~ll 4-8282 

Ticket Machines 

GENERAL' REGISTER CORP. 
ENGINEERS • INSTRUMENTS 
TICKET ISSUING MACHINES 

43-01 22nd STREET 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

'Trucking 

THE MOTOR HAULAGE CO., Inc. 
130 CLINTON STREET 

Brooklyn 2, N. Y. 
MAio 4.-4900 C.B.L. 255 

Complete Trucldur: Service at Economical llat.•• 

Garages: Long Island City - Brooklyn 
Manhattan - l'lew J er.eey 

Trucking 

.James A. Stevenson Company 
46-49 54th Avenue 
Maspeth 78, N. Y. 

Phone STillwell 4-8,27 

Well Water Systems-Borings 

SWEENEY & GRAY CO., INC. 
Over 45 years specializing in well 
water_ supply and soil test-core borings 
in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. 

5.43 48th Avenue, L. I. City, N. Y. 
Tel. STillwell 4-2950 

TA VERN (li> PRINTING 
CORPORATION 



AUTOS 
Buy in Queens • • • Consult these 
member Dealers when in need 
of Automobiles and Trucks 

STUDEBAKER 
Gives You 

More value per dollar 
Spectacular New Power - Smart New Interiors 

HELMS BROS., Inc. 
90-02 43rd AVENUE • ELMHURST 

HAvemeyer 4-3460 

"L. l.'s leading Ford - Lincoln dealer since 1911" 

SCHILDKRAUT 
SOL. SCHILDKRAUT, Inc. JAMAICA .,, ~~~ ffiERCURY 

. CARS - TRUCKS CORP. 
• Sales • Service • Parts 

LIBERTY AVENUE and MERRICK ROAD, JAMAICA 
REpublic 9-2300 

Look to @fds for All That's (}!zew! rm 
Oldsmobile ' 

Sales 
Parts Sixes & Eights · .. 
Service 

PARAGON OLDSMOBILE lnco 
56th STREET and NORTHERN BOULEVARD, WOODSIDE 

Phone Hickory 6-6600 

ISLAND PONTIAC CORP. 
42-33 Northern Blvd. Long Island City 

AStoria 4-9500 

~urrry flntnrn 
g'e Sewteff-Set1te 
LINCOLN AND MERCURY 

Northern· Boulevtird at Fiftieth Street 
Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

Servicing and Selling Buick 

STRANG BUICK 
COMPANY, Inc:. 

JAMAICA AVE. at IB3rd ST. JAMAICA AVE. at IOlst ST. 
REpublic 9-4300 
JAMAICA 

Virginia 7-6000 
RICHMOND HILL IB 

STAPLETON & SCHNEIDER MOTOR SALES, Inc. 
15th STREET and NORTHERN BOULEVARD 

Jackson Heights Hickory 6-3470 
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~ ' Dodge "Job-Rated" 

Trucks 

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SMITH & GREGORY 
OF NEW YORK INCORPORATED - ESTABLISHED 1915 

Authorized Ford Dealer 
207-02 Northern Boulevard Bayside, New York 

Telephone BAyside 4-1234 

TRUCKS 
CARS • SERVICE 
You c:an pay more 

But you can't buy better 

AUTHORIZED ~ DEALER 
"SINCE 1915" 

UNIVERSAL CAR SALES and SERVICE CORP. 
HAROLD L. OS.HRY, President 

31-08 Northern Boulevard, Long Island City 
STillwell 6-1660-1-2-3 

· CARS • TRUCKS • PARTS and SERVICE 
Trucks from lf2 Ton to 3 Tons 
• WE DELIVER PARTS • 



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MORTGAGE MONIY . . •' 
for financing or, 
Refinancing · 

We are partictilady interested in making le~ns on 
desirable homes and apartments. Prompt action 

. given to inquiries. 

~,..LA•A I . ' . ~ ~ ~fe~ ~ t Your cooperation ·is appreciated. 
\~ . .If#~ .... / . ~~~. Consult with us 

to liquidate mortgages. 

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STillwell 4-6090 

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'Open Mondays tJlrn Fridays 9 A. M .. to 3 P. M. 

Also Monday Evenings from 5 to 8 

¥our Haine Hank-Since 1876 

Main-O,ffi~e: BriHge. Plaza N'ortll, Long Island City • Astoria: 35-01 30th Avenue . 
Jackson Heights: 72•09 Broadway at. 72nd St • . • Rego Par..k: 97-27 Queens B.oulevard 

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No matter where you live in Brooklyn 
or any other part of Long Island, you 
don't have to travel far to find your 
Bohack Store. And no matter which 
Bohack Store you choose, you can be 
sure you will always find the same high 
quality foods, the same low prices and 
the same friendly service. These are 
some of the reasons why so very many 
families have been shopping regularly 
at Bohack's since 1887. 

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"DEAL WITH DIETZ" - 52 YEARS OF RELIABLE SERVICE 

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Main Office and Yard: 

FRESH POND ROAD and MYRTLE AVE., 
BROOKLYN 27 

HEGEMAN 3-3400 

Branch Yards in Flatbush, Woodhaven, Queens Village and L.l .C. 

If you're building or buying ... 
Make the Ridgewood Saving~ 
Bank your Mortgage Headquarters 
... Here, you can arrange sound 
financing tailored to flt your needs, 
on terms you can afford ... It is 
your assurance of a good begin-
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have one built. 

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~SAVINGS BANK 
3 CONVENIENT . QUEENS COUNTY OFFICES 

FOREST HILLS RIDGEWOOD • LAUREL TON 
• Assets over $160,000,000 • 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatio11 

NORTH SHORE FUEL OIL CO. 
INCORPORATED •••••••••••• ESTABLISHED 1933 

DOMESTIC 

OIL BURNER 
SALES AND 
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FUEL OIL INDUSTRIAL 

FOR HOME 
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STillwell 6-4848 
40-34 CRESCENT STREET • L. I. CITY 



DIRECTORS 

EDWIN J . BEll'iECKE 
Chairman, The Sperry & Hutchinson Co. 

CLINTON R. BLACK, JR, 
President, C.R. Black, Jr. Corporation 

EDGAR S. BLOOM 
Director, New York and Cuba 
Mail Steamship Company 

ALVIN G. BRUSH 
Chairman, American Home 
Products Corporat ion 

CHARLES C. CLOUGH 
Administrative Vice-President 

LOU R. CRANDALL 
President, George A. Fuller Company 

CHARLES A. DANA 
Chairman, Dana Corporation 

HORACE C. FLANIGAN 

President 

JOHN M. FRANKLIN 
President, United States 
Lines Company 

JOHN GEMMELL, JR. 
Clyde Estates 

PAOLINO GERL! 
President, Gerli & Co., Inc. 

JOHN L. JOHNSTON 
Director, Phillips Petroleum Company 

OSWALD L. JOHNSTON 
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett 

KENNETH F. MAcLELLAN 
President, United Biscuit Company 
of America 

JOHN T. MADDEl'i 
President, Emigrant Industrial 
Savings Bank 

JOHN P. MAGUIRE 
President, John P. Maguire & 
Co., Inc . 

GEORGE V. McLAUGHLIN 
Vice Chairman 
Triborough Bridge and -Tunnel Authority 

C.R. PALMER 
Director, Cluett Peabody & Co., Inc. 

GEORGE J , PATTERSON 
President, Scranton & Lehigh 
Coal Co. 

WILLIAM G. RABE 
Chairman, Trust Committee 

HAROLD C. RiCHARD 
New York City 

HAROLD V. SMITH 
President, Home Insurance Co. 

L.A. VAN BOMEL 
Chairman, National Dairy 
Products Corporation 

HENRY C. VO!\ ELM 
Honorary Chai;m 
pnced to fit your 
budget from 26.25 

Ideal for recording 
your favorite music, 
family reunions or at 
business meetings 

from 119.50 

BAUSCH & LOMB 

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Suited for Sports-minded 
and Opera Fans 

from 29.50 

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AND MONTHS 

TO PAY 

21 Years 
Faithfully 
Serving 
Queens 

BELL & HOWELL 

Enjoy good wholesome fun 
with your family ;ind friends 



• 33 Offices in Queens ... 

... for 

YOUR 
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Offices 
Bayside . . . . . . 43-01 Bell Blvd . 
Broadway-Astoria 32-12 Broadway, L. I. City 
Broadway-Flushing 163-20 Northern Blvd. 
Corona •• 39th Ave. & 103rd St. 
Ditmars 22-45 31st St., L I. City 
Elmhurst •• Broadway at Laurel Hill 

Blvd. 
Far Rockaway Beach 20th St. & Cornaga 

Ave. 
Flushing •• : 39-15 Main St. 
Fresh Meadows • 187-08 Horace Harding 

Blvd., Flushing 
Fresh Pond 66-60 Fresh Pond Rd., 

Ridgewood 
Hollis 190-02 Jamaica Ave. 
Jackson Heights Roosevelt Ave. & 82nd St. 
Jackson Heights 37-67 75th St. 
Jamaica . . . 161-10 Jamaica Ave. 
Kew Gardens • 81-35 Lefferts Blvd. 
Liberty Ave. Liberty & lOlst Aves., 

Ozone Park 

Checking Accounts 

Special Checking Accounts 

Special Interest Accounts 

Christmas Club Accounts 

Personal Loans 

Automobile Loans 

Business Loans 

Credit Information 

Travelers Cheques 

Letters of Credit 

Buying & Selling of Securities 

Complete Trust Services 

Safe Keeping and Custody Facilities 

Foreign Collections 

Foreign Remittances 

Foreign Exchange Bought & Sold 

Bank Money Orders 

Collection of Bonds & Coupons 

Collection of Notes & Drafts 

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Queens Ill 
Little Neck • • • Northern Blvd. & Little 

Neck Pkway. 
Long Island City • 29-27 4lst Ave. 
Maspeth . .... 66-02 Grand Ave. 
Metropolitan Ave. 51-15 Metropolitan Ave. 
Middle Village • 74-03 Metropolitan Ave. 
Ozone Park . . lOlst Ave. & 97th St. 
Queens Village • 215-48 Jamaica Ave. 
Richmond Hill • Jamaica Ave. & 115th St. 
Richmond Hill 

South .. . . Liberty Ave. & 112th St. 
Ridgewood • • • Myrtle Ave. at Seneca Ave. 
Rockaway Beach • Boulevard & Beach 84th St. 
Rockaway Park 257 Beach 116th St. 
Steinway • 30-30 Steinway St., 

L. I. City 
Sunnyside 46-01 Greenpoint Ave., 

L. I. City 
Whitestone • 12-54 150th St. 
Woodhaven Jamaica Ave. &·Forest 

Pkway. 
Woodside 59-01 Roosevelt Ave. 

BANI( of the MANHATTAN COMPANY 
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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QUEEN SBORO UGH 
Published by the Chamber of Commerce of the Borough of Queens 

INCORPORATED 1911 

"To promote the general welfare of the Borough of Queens, City of New York, 
and to foster its commerce .. " 

OFFICERS 

John T. Clancy, Attorney ------------------------------------------------·-----·--···----------------President 
Ned R. Arnold, Tire Distributing Corp. -- --------- -- -------------------------- -----Vice-President 
Hugh G. Bergen, Attorney ----------,------------------------------------------ -- ---------Vice-President 
A. E. MacDougall, Queensbor·o Corp. ---·-----------.----- --- --- ---- -·--------------.Vice-President 
John B. McTigue, Andrew McTigue & Sons --------------------- ·--------------Vice-President 
Pierce H. Power, Paragon Paint & Varnish Corp. --------·--··-···········---Vice-President 
William L. Savacool, Civil Engineer ---·-----····---··-···-··------·---- ...... ____ _vice-President 
Alfred N. Warwick, Builder & Developer ·······--· ·· ----------------------------.Vice-President 
Joseph J. Perry, Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. -------------·-·--------------------Treasurer 
William B. Jones, Springfield Gardens National Bank ____________ Associate Treasurer 

DIRECTORS 

To SERVE UNTIL 1956 To SERVE UNTIL 1955 
Alfred E. Alberts 
William ]. Carnes 
Martin Dorsch 
C. E. Fyles 
D. A. Mackin 
Arthur McCauley 
John E. Nachman 
Cornelius ]. Sager 

. William V. Beardall 
]. Wilson Dayton 

Commodore J. B. Dow 
J. E. Goodale 

Thomas F. Malone 
M. Lester Mendell 

Joseph J. Perry 
William Adam Schulz 

Ned R. Arnold 
Victor G. Breitfeller 
A. R. Gledhill 
Douglas W. Hughes 
Thomas F. Kearns 
Carl E. Meyer . 
Malcolm T. Payne 
Oscar F. Schmitt 

Charles F. Bossung 
H. Austin Clemmer 
Thomas F. Hanley 
William B. Jones 
Jack Kleinoder 

George F. Nolan 
John B. McTigue 

David C. Stambaugh 

To SERVE UNTIL 1954 
Hugh G. Bergen 
Thomas F. Gallagher 
C. Grant Keck 
Meredith McBride 
Philip E. Ohlson 
Stephen Rogers 
William L. Savacool 
John ll,. Ursini 

Joseph R. DeRose 
Simeon Heller 

A. E. MacDougall 
W"illiam Meyer 
Pierce H. Power 

Morris Rosenwasser 
Edward J . Sovatkir1 
Alfred N. War~ick 

SENIOR COUNCIL 

Ambrose B. Acker ·John Adikes 
Arthur A. Johnson James A. Lundy 
Robert T. Norment ·Frank S. O'Hara 

Clinton T. Roe 

CH.AJRMEN STANDING COMMITTEES 

Aviation ·-------------------------Alfred N . Warwick Legislative ------·· ........... Douglas W. Hughes 
Borough Planning ________ William L. Savacool Membership ---- ·· ·-------····-: ______ __ ___ ,_e, F. Pratt 
Chamber Activities ______________ Pierce H. Power National Aff ain ·-·-----------------Dan A. Mackin 
Educational _____________________ F_ Grant Schleicher Nominating ------------------------Joseph R. DeRose 
House ------------------------------Morris Rosenwasser Public Health --~ ---·- ----Dr. Williain H. Miller 
Industrial ----·-··-···-···---- -- ----Harry T. Cullinan Public Relations ···-·-------------------Stuart Welsh 
Labor Relations ---·········-········---John A. King Transit ······--·--------- .. ................. Simeon Heller 

Transportation ----------------------1. T. Stevenso1.• 

EXECUTIVE STAFF 

P. W. Moore ...... : ... Executive Vice-President 
James ]. Thornton ________ Asst. Exec. Vice-Pres. 
Lyle W . . Forman -----------.-Industrial Serretary 

]. J . Foley ____ ____ Chamber Relations Secretary 
]. Lester Giles : ... : ....... Membership Secretary 
Frank ~- Sherkel ...... ,.,, ...... Publicity Director ; 

Qtr:EENSBOROUGH MAGAZINE 

Frank R. Sherkel --------------------Manager Ed11nr Jame.s ]. , Thornton . ________ Adverti!ing Director 

Telephone - STillwell '4-7700 

24-16 Bridge Plaza South, Long Isia~d City i, N. Y. 
Subscription- $2.50 a Year to Members - $10 a Year to Non-Merltbers 

Published .11 times a year (monthly except June). Enter~d as 'second Class Matter -
Long Island City, New York ' . 

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LONG ISLAND CITY 
Bridge Plaza North 
Tel. STillwell 4-6900 

' 7 CENTERS OF FRIENDLY 

BANKING SERVICE IN QUEENS 

£ome In and See Us- Coniplete Bank Facilities 

for Business and Individuals 

Convenient for you-that's why these loca-
tions have been chosen for our seven com-
plete offices in Queens. Now, whatever your 
financial needs, we're within easy reach. 
Stop in and have a friendly talk with our 

people. They'll see to it that you get 
prompt action. 
Feel free to make Bankers Trust your 

banking headquarters-for all financial 
matters, domestic or foreign. 

BANKERS TRUST COMPANY 
17 Convenient Offices in Manhattan, Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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HERE'S '/OUR BEST INVESTMENT TODA'/! 
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PRESSES WE SPECIALIZE IN COMPLETE STEAM - ELEC. IRONS 
PUFFERS PLANT AND STORE INSTALLATIONS SPOTTING TABLES 
EXTRACTORS • • VACUUM SYSTEMS FEATURING 3 HOUR DRY CLEANING 
WASHERS SOLVENT SAVERS 

TUMBLERS TERMS ARRANGED IRONING TABLES 

- Distributors of Du Pont Perchlorethylene & Trichlore_thylene -

C 0 L U M B I A Appliance Corporation 
Serving the industry over 25 years 

47-47 35th St. Long Island City 1, N. Y. 

Phone STillwel l 4- 1922-1923-1924 

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1953 Buildinf Aw11rds 
Chamber Will Award Bronze Plaques for Outstanding Queens 

Buildings at 41.st Annual Dinner Dec. 1st 

B Y the annual presentation of plaques and other suitable awards, the- Chamber of Commerce endeavors t_o stimulate and en-
courage the design and construction of better 
and more attractive buildings in the Borough of 
Qti'eens. 
Owners, architects and builders · are again 

invited to enter in this 1953 -annual exhibit any 
buildings substantially completed during the 
period from November 1, 1952 tQ October 24, 
1953. Twelve classes of buildings as listed in 
the rules governing award·s are to be considered 
by the judges. 
Owners of the buildings s~lected as best 

qualified to receive such marks of distinction 
will be presented with a plaque. Where honor-
able mentions are awarded, a scroll will be 
presented. 
Architects and builders will also receive 

suitable awards for excellence in design and 
construction. 
Presentation of the awards will be a feature 

of the Annual Dinner of the Chamber of 
Commerce to be held at the Hotel Commodore, 
December 1st, 1953. 
The Chamber of Commerce believes ·that 

buildings not only express the artistic attain-
ments and material progress of a community 
hut its spiritual and moral character as well. 
Each of these qualities weighs heavy in the 
community's growth and development. 

BUILDING AW ARDS COMMITTEE 
RAYMOND IRRERA, Chairman 

Benjamin Braunstein Stephen D. Raimo 
Alfred H. Eccles Guerino Salemi 
Simeon Heller William L. Savacool 
A. E. MacDougall Andrew J. Thomas 

Alfred N. W ar}Vick 
INVITED HONORARY JUDGES 

Julius Eckmann 
President, N. Y. Society of Architects 

Hugh Ferriss 
President, N. Y. Chapter of the 
American Institute of Architects 

Myers E. Baker 
President, Long Island Real Estate Board, Inc. 

Walter J. Brach 
President, L. I. Chapter of the 
American Institute of Architects 

C. George Dandrow 
Presiqent, N. Y. Building Congress, Inc. 

John T. Kelleher 
Queens Superintendent, 

Department of Housing and Buildings 
Charles C. Duffy 

Engineer and Secretary, 
Q!feens Advisory Planning Board 

Rules Governing the Awards 
Buildings are eligible which have been sub-

stantially completed in the period from No-
vember 1, 1952 to October 24; 1953. 

SEPTEMBER, 1953 

Raymond lrrera 
Chairman, Building Awards Committee 

Entries must be received not later than 
October 27, 1953, addressed to Building Awards 
Committee, Chamber of Commerce of the 
Borough of Queens, 24-16 Bridge Plaza South, 
Long Island City 1, N. Y. 
Submit not less than 2 unframed photo-

graphs, different views, and a description of 
not more tha-n 200 words. Photographs may be 
retained by -the Chamber of Commerce. 
Points which will receive consideration are: 

excellence of design and construction; wh~ther 
the exterior. expresses the use of the building; 
the suitability of the structure to its surn;mnd-
ings and whether there has been a correct and 
appropriate use of materials. 
Entries will be divided into twelve classes: 
1. Industrial (factories and warehouses) 
2. Commercial (stores; restaurants; show 

rooms; office buildings; and theatres) 
3. Gas stations; auto sales and service; 

garages 
4. Banks 
5. Religious Buildings 
6. Apartment Groups 
7. Apartment Houses 
8. Apartments (with stores) 
9. Residences (costing $15,000 or under) 
10. Residences (costing over $15,000) 
11. Public Buildings (all buildings other than 

industrial, commercial or residential) 
12. Rehabilitations 

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Accountants, Jr. & Sr. 
Cost Accountants 
Bookkeepers 
Executives 
Stenogi;.aph~rs 
Typists ·· ""~ 
Ledger Clerks 
Office Bo·ys~-.-· 
Payroll & ..., Cashiers 
Order Clerks 
Stock & Shipping Clerks 
Traffic & Rate Men 
Purchasing 
Credit & Collections 

LONG ISLAND CmpLo.t,ment BUREAU 
GERALDINE CROWELL, LICENSEE-------- AGENCY~-------

Technical, Mechanical & Office Per