The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on July 9, 1970 · Page 3
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THE DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y., THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 9, 1970 THREE Benedictine Administrator Critical of Merger Plan By JEAN F* DOLAN KINGSTON Recommendations for merger of two local hospitals coming out of a survey made by the Hea.th and Hospital Planning Council of Southern any course of action. All three!Mr. Glazer. as chairman, dis- quite gratuitiously, the news prematurely with such an un- are independent corporate en cussed a 41 page survey, in medja with a grossly inaccurate founded story was a most ir- ajtities and before any such ens j tur^^he^p^^wase?mbjectnto and misleading news story responsible act. I speak, of sational and grandiose merger further review and upon the which little basis in fact course, only for the Benedictine as outlined in the news article,understanding that a final re- and, because of its inaccuracies. Hospital, I think Mr. Glazer could take place it would have port would be submitted in Oc- is duite detrimental to the three owes us all. including the citi to be approved by the governing tober. The report itself was la institutions involved. Indeed, in zens of Ulster County, an ex- New York Inc. drew sharp bodies of all three institutions." beled ‘Tentative Draft' and pre- my view, running to the press planation,’ criticism yesterday from one of the administrators. Sister Mary Charles, administrator ofBenedictine Hospital, at a press conference, scored Richard Glazer, chair man of the Ulster County Health Council. for releasing the As was noted in the article sumably was presented for the report was presented to two study and comment by the in local hospitals in late June and stitutions involved. The meet- wili be presented to the Nor jng did not approve the report, them Metropolitan Health and and in fact took no action with respect to it. Nor did the meeting authorize Mr. Glazer. or anyone else, to publicize this 'HOME OF PENNSYLVANIA PAINT SINCE I960' I CONSERVATION CONFAB — Assemblyman H. Clark Bell (R) recently conferred with t the new commissioner of the new State Department of Environmental Conservation, Henry L. Diamond, in Albany to discuss the fight against pollution. The new department which became effective July 1, was created at the recent legislative session. The bill * creating the department was sponsored and supported by Bell. Hospital Council Inc. for approval in the fall. It was pointed out in the article that the survey report prematurely, merger plan was more than a tentative report* or indicate. Details of the recommendations j recommendation. Glazer was directly or indirectly, that the appeared in a Freeman article quoted as saying that if it were institutions concerned had ap- « Monday. accepted it would upgrade proved its recommendations in 8 The Benedictine Hospital health services in the county whole or in part. The most that -c administrator. in her an "by a 100 years." any or the three hospitals £ nouncement, said, "Neither the At the press conference Sister agreed to do was to study, in < council nor Mr. Glazer have any Mary Charles said: depth, the findings and conclu- 1 authority, legal or otherwise to "The last meeting of the Ul- sions of this survey group. Of « speak for or commit any of the ster County Health Council was course, there has been inade 583 Broadway Kingston. N.Y. Phono 331-277B I Area's Largest Walpaper Library VAN TASSELL WALLPAPER & PAINT. Inc three Ulster County Hospitals to held on June 25. at which time County GOP Stand on Goodell Bv I.YNN MULVANEY KINGSTON The position of the Ulster County Republican Committee with regard to the reelection of Charles Goodell for U.S. Senate, is that it "takes no position" and urges every voter to vote "according to his own deep personal conviction and individual conscience." Earlier, the local GOP endorsed all state Republican candidates except Goodell. Meeting this week the committee also named Peter J. Savago, chairman of the Ulster County Legislature, as chairman of the committee’s annual dinner to be held Sunday, Oct. 18 at the Granit Hotel in Kerhonkson. On the state scene, the committee placed its emphasis on the reelection of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and the retention of the Republican majority in both the Senate and the Assembly, pointing out that the party in power for the next two years will control the scope and destiny of government in that it alone will reapportion the congressional, ‘assembly and senatorial districts. Assemblyman H. Clark Bell,, who as state committeeman attended the State Republican annual meeting in Albany Tuesday, said the meeting was fairly routine but with no mention of Goodell in the general session. There are reports however that disagreement over Goodell's candidacy during an executive session was the only item to mar peacefulness of the day. Similarly, at the Ulster County Committee meeting, the subject of Goodell’s candidacy also brought forth a certain amount of disagreement before the "no position” attitude was assumed. Former State Senator Lloyd Newcombe of Catskill addressed the local GOP in his present capacity as head of the "People For Rockefeller" movement in this part of the state. The committee agreed to provide a single campaign headquarters for all Republican candidates on the ballot in the November election. It also agreed to fund the GOP booth at the Ulster County Fair which will be manned by members of the Ulster County Republican Women’s Club in August. In naming Savago to head the annual dinner, the committee honored him with the position for the second consecutive year. The affair, which is expected to draw up to 1,500 persons, will be held in the newly expanded banquet addition to the resort hotel. Plans also call for the appearance of a prominent statewide political figure as the guest speaker, the name to be announced at a later date. quate time to do this to date." "In view of the actual background of the whole matter, I was, therefore, greatly shocked by the fact that Mr. Glazer. wholly on his own unauthorized initiative, elected to furnish, Rifton Water Boundaries Confirmed By NANCY SULLIVAN ESOPUS The boundaries of a proposed water district in Rifton have been confirmed by the Kingston engineering firm of Brinnier and Larios. The proposed water district in Rifton involves a pollution problem. Following the monthly Town of Esopus Board meeting Wednesday night, Supervisor George Freer told The Freeman that petitions have been drawn up by Town Attorney Louis Klein and will be ready for residents to sign today. The purpose of this is to petition for a permanent water district if the residents want it. Supervisor Freer stated that, taxwise, only the people in this water district would be affected. "We’re moving ahead," stated the town supervisor in reler- ence to the Town of Esopus new landfill area. The tentative opening date of the site is set for Aug. 1. A resolution was passed at the board meeting bonding the necessary equip ment. The town will purchase a Caterpillar traxcavator from H. O. Penn Corporation of Poughkeepsie for $26,370. It will be bonded over a 10 year period. According to Supervisor Freer, this is the most modern and efficient piece of equip ment. Bids for the purchase were opened on Wednesday afternoon. The trial for a derailment clean-up in the hamlet of West Park has been rescheduled for Tuesday, July 14. The trial was supposed to have been held on July 7. The case will be tried in the Town of Ulster before Justice Sherwood Davis. Penn Central had asked for a change of venue involving moving the case out of the Town of Esopus to another town court. The drainage problem in Port Ewen at Smith and Bowne Streets will be eliminated, according to Supervisor Freer. Applications must be returned to the Town Clerk by July 22 at 5 p. m. for the po sition of custodian at the new landfill site. Three applications have been received to date. There will be a special meeting on Wedesday, July 15 at 7:30 p. m. between the Town Board, the Ross Park Commission, the general contractors for Ross Park Improvement and Brinnier and Larios of an on-site inspection of the newly remodeled PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH LATEX HOUSE PAINT yatir bast buy . .. Tha daluxa hama protoctivo coating. Wa custom cut WINDOW SHADES to your moasuramants wa Itava room Darkening Shades in stock . .. any sisa * * O 3 9 park. Supervisor Freer said thatipointment of Peter Steketee to!cation of Democrat and Repub- work will hopefully be completed within the week. Other action included the ap- the planning board to replace lican Inspectors of Elections in John Henry who had resigned, the seven polling districts, The board confirmed the appli- effective July 1970 to July 1971. 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