Daily News from New York, New York on October 12, 1966 · 255
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o w 03 O G O Q W Q U "If you ever sro up to the SPCA you'll find a dog gets stitched up in a matter of minutes faster than the people here," State Sen. Seymour Thaler (D-Queens) charged yesterday after he was told that a woman at Harlem Hospital waited for almost six hours in the emergency .oamarts. room. Thaler, a memt'xr of the state Wfrialative committee on public health and medicare, toured Harlem Hospital with Horace Injrra-ham, commissioner of the utate'a Department of Health, and other official, to study condition in the municipal hospitals. Comment by Thaler At one point, Thaler turned and faced reporter! and member of the Department of Health und said: "How would you like to live out in a hallway?" Alicia Daily, supervising nuper- intendent of nursinjr for -t year at Harlem Hospital, said to Thaler: "You have to walk in these ward at nijrht and listen to the patients scream for medical at tention. But there's little you can do leeau.e we don't have the taff." Compliment the Staff Though the hospital is only "a hit letter physically than Belle. vue, which is quite medieval. Thaler said, "the nurses and administrators are doinj; a valiant job." Thaler said that every elected SHOP THURS. TIL V Parents Are Against Landmark at School Parents flashed with architects yesterday over a pro posal to make a landmark out of part of the old Squadron A Armory when the site becomes Intermediate School 20. The armory, a rastle-like red? would malic the school unusual. He deplored "the anonymity of public schools" and laid the landmark would be a delight to chooi children. brick structure, built in the 1890s, stands on the block bordered by Nth and Kfith St. and Madison and I'ark Aves. Public Hearing; Held The Landmarks Preservation Commission held a public hearing at City Hall yesterday on a pro. fosaI that the Madison Ave. fa-cade, Including two imposing corner towers, be preserved. The parents are opposed to the idea, though the architects like it. Said one parent, Mrs. June Gordon, "What Is more important, the preservation of bricks ur the building1 of citizens?" Henry Hope Keid, representing the Municipal Art Soeiety, said that preservation of the facade T. fflr'i wSv hw II ? 7 X J -V Z "1 d 11 ySsM J A I III f fev "'- J NEWS foto by Dennis Caruso) 1 T ti f : " ' p ,Wr4" , urse han;s out w hite uniforms to State Sen. Seymour t'hayler lAJ' hJ I ff - t ' ". Jt J (right) and Dr. Donald Nixon before their tour of Harlem Hospital. V Vf 1 rL' jl U W - C New Jersey's M' V- ?. tMr In the Black 0' -Att4$$V ? sizes J A l4Vto28Va fcV oad 38 to 48 offirial should tour Bellevue, Harlem and other municipal hos pital. Opposed by Cathedral The commission also was informed by a lawyer for the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Divine that the cathedral was opposed to being: designated a landmark. The cathedral, begun in 1893, ii still unfinished. Designation as a landmark would impede work an it, since a building thus desig. nated may be changed only with approval of the commission, the lawyer, Ralph K. Smith, said. Trenton. Oct. 11 (AP) The State Treasury disclosed today that New Jersey closed out the last fiscal year on June 30 with a surplus of $42.2 million, about $1.5 million more than was anticipated The budget for the 1965-66 fiscal year, including supplemental appropriations waa about $648 million. The budget for the current fiscal year is $876 million. HAVE YOU SEEN IT YET? SCATS NOW The IMPORTANT Picture of Our Tim I ZBflilGO TODAY 2:10 a:M P. ft. s CAPITOL OPEM LATE THURSDAY NIGHT Fantastic value lor Columbus Day! ALL WOOL PEBBLE TWIST FULLY LINED AND COLLARED IN TIMME'S "BROCHAY'' STERN BROTHERS ;. - ill:, r Jin. t i I'l ' 1 i . . II r l . l 1 ' A . 4 vS cur BEAUTY SALON presents beautiful, comfort-weiqht CoIfASHIONSS WIGS at amazing, low prices! Imported human-hair wigs Only $66 Hand-made ivigs Only $125 PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES: CUSTOM FITTING. ORIGINAL STYLING & SETTING! WIG CASE & BLOCK! Here's a beauty bargain you can't afford to miss! Wide range of shades! PHONE OH JUST STOP IN. NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION. Ask for Mr. Ralph, our tyU director end wig eiprt Use your charge account ErautY Xulan, 7lh f loor, mn,t mi Brrfan MallPhonm LO S-A474 STERN BROTHERS, 41 W.it 42nd St., N. Y. . . . Peremu.. N.J. 5 regularly $75 The let thing in fashion, the next-brst-thins, to fur! Collar ami lining are "Brochay," luxurious and beautifully halel. So warm and wondeiful on pure wool peb!! twiet it'a the LeeI-looLin coat to rom along in year! Black, blue or wine-Ixrrjr with Mark; Lrown with brown. Fashion Cal, Third Floor COLUMBUS DAY SALE! FA-L L SUITS 33 originally to $80 SIZES UVi to 282 and 38 to 52. Marked down from etok! Walking anil ulrollcr unitu, eonie three-pirrp rnwmhles. Pure wool worsted, wool blends and more! Hurry! Fashion Suite, Third Floor MANHATTAN W..t 39fh St. Just off 5th Ave. BROOKLYN Hanover Plac Just off Fulton St. JAMAICA 1 5S-10 Jamaica Ave. (Open Frl. "til)

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