Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 12, 1968 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 12, 1968
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Told About Health This Week's Special For r ffo WW Phone PR7-5777 ELECTRIC WEEK Westlnghouse REFRIGERATOR ROCKY CUMMINS, MIKE VOSS, MRS. TURNER -B. N. Holt photo with Star camera MRS. INEZ TURNER The Arkansas State Health Department was established in 1913, the Hope Rotary Club learned last Friday when Mrs. Ray Turner, Hempstead County Health Nurse, spoke after the weekly luncheon at the Town and Country. The speaker explained the functions of a Public Health Nurse and the history and objections of the State Health Department. "Our services are based on human need," she said, "and given with respect for human dignity." She distributed charts We Set Up New Bookkeeping Systems: BLOCK BOOKKEEPING SERVICE HtR BLOCK LOCATION showing the plan of organization of the Health Department and the duties of the Public Health Nurse. "Prevention of disease is the first aim of the Public Health Service," Mrs. Turner stressed, "and Home Health Services were established for the first time in 1961." George Walden arranged for the program and introduced the speaker. President Clyde Fouse urged all to attend the Ladies Night function on February 14 at 7 p.m. at the Town and Country, and be welcomed 4 guests, Grady Cathey of Blevins, Lyndell Ballenger of Springdale, and Hope High students Rocky Cummings and Mike Voss. Presidents James Buchanan and Grover Cleveland were bachelors at the time of their respective elections. OMN TONMNTi ILSV%S I Let's TALK TURKEY about your INCOME TAX Tones gobbling up your income? Maybe you're not claiming qll the legal deductions you're qllpwed. IHOCK will tee to it you get all you're entitled to . • • javej yoy time, worry, and rnpney/ too! Come in today! IOTK FiPCRAl AND ITATI LIFE JOT Behi«J Cox Drug Store Phone PR7-5416 Office Hours: Weekdays 9:AM — 9:PM -it- 4 Sua. 9:AM — 5:PM Mew York Garbage Is Collected ByALSCHAY Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Men are busy today collecting tons of garbage rotting on New York City's streets. That's about all Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and Mayor John V. Lindsay agree on. Differences between the two nationally prominent Republicans escalated over the weekend, spurred by Rockefeller's action Saturday night to end the city's 9-day, illegal strike by the Uniformed Sanitationmen's Association. Rockefeller, in an unprecedented move, placed the city's 10,000 sanilationmen understate control and put them back on the streets. By ' then, garbage had a 10-to/jl edge^onjhe collectors—10 tonsforeachman. Lindsay, ^already; fuming because Rockefeller balked at the mayor's request for a National Guard call-up, exploded at the state takeover, calling it unsound and a threat to every city in the nation. The plan, Lindsay said, was a "direct and dangerous threat to home rule." He said it was "clear that the governor and I have a disagreement about how you run a government." Rockefeller's plan, which gave the union a settlement Lindsay termed "blackmail," would put the city's Sanitation Department under state control during a temporary health emergency. It still left the union without a contract. Rockefeller was to ask the state legislature today to drop its regular business and pass the special legislation. On Sunday night the governor announced that he would ask for a 3-day delay in the effective date of the legislation, "to give the mayor an opportunity to work out a settlement with the sanitation union." Lindsay didn't comment on the proposed delay, but an aide called it unrealistic, "How can you bargain with the union," the Lindsay aide said, "when they know that just by waiting three days they can get the maximum amount promised them by the governor?" A hint about public sentiment on the Lindsay-Rockefeller confrontation came Sunday night when the handsome congressman-turned-mayor got a standing ovation at the formal opening of the new Madison Square Garden. Aides to the mayor said telegrams to Lindsay ran 178-15 in his favor, and calls to the Mayor's Action Center backed his stand 3,249-62. Rockefeller aides said a wuve of unfavorable messages to the governor turned in his favor after he got the gar* bage collectors back on the street, but they said they had no specific figures. More than 5,000 sanitation men worked Sunday in temperatures mostly in the teens. The war on garbage was slowed on scores of streets where firemen hid put out trash blazes and left an icy mass of trash. Rockefeller's settlement gave the sanitatiownen i $$2>a-yeai raise, retroactive to list July 1, when their old contract expired. 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