"Rip Van Winkle Clinic"
T H # Kft*Cu\#rv#Cm6rf N#wf Albany, Wed July 22, »«64 21 Hudson Clinic Doomed Dr. Skinner Dies; By $2 Million Deficit Lutheran Pastor He said a mental health clink: The Rev. Morris C. Skinner, pastor of First Lutheran Church Hudson — A sad doctor, his will continue to operate at the and vice president of the Capital Area Council of Churches, dream shattered, was complet- clinic headquarters. 454 Warren died yesterday after suffering a heart attack. ing plans today to close the Rip Van Winkle Clinic which Street. Dental clinics will be Dr. Skinner, 80, was stricken at his home, 12 Holmes Dale, serves Columbia County. operated in Hudson, Chatham, after be had returned from of- Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Germantown and Hillsdale ficiating at a funeral. He was who founded the clinic 18 years In its best days, around 1982, taken to Albany Medical Cen- ago, has announced that it will the clinic had a staff of 100, ter Hospital, where be was • shut down by the end of next plus 29 doctors. pronounced dead on arrival. month, except for dental and The lay staff has now dwindl- Dr. Skinner had been under a mental health services. ed to 60, of whom 48 will be physician's care for a heart The reason: A deficit of near- discharged. About 12 doctors ailment. ly $2 million. will remain in the area, serving A native of Middleburgh, Dr. The clinic was set up to on an individual practice basis. Skinner had been pastor of provide residents of this rural Dr. Esselystyn, often at odds First Lutheran Church in Al- county with a wide variety of with organized medical groups, bany, the o l d e s t Lutheran medical experts at a price all said the closing was solely caus- church in America, since 1950. could pay. If they couldn't pay, ed by a lack money: He previously had been pastor they were treated free. "We can't lay this at the door of Z i o n Lutheran Church, of the AM A (American Medical Cobleskill, for 12 years. No Surprisf Association)," he said, "The Dr. Skinner was chairman of program was just a little ex- the board of trustees at Hart- Other doctors in the area pensive for the area." TIM Knicfcarbacfcar Nawa Photo were critical of the plan. FRIENDS OF FREDDIE—Clinton Square neighborhood youngsters gather around wick College, Oneonta, where DR, C. B. ESSELSTYN he received his doctor of divin- The clinic doctors were paid a Deficit Grows Fred Alderier, 220 Green Street, a street worker at Neighborhood House, to wish him flat salary, plus such fringe The announcement did not goodby and good luck. Mr. Alderier has resigned his post to move to California. ity degree in 1945; He had been The deficit has been mount- graduated from H a r t w i c k benefits as a paid vacation. come as a surprise. It was hint- ing for 10 years, he said. Academy and Seminary, and . Patients were charged on the ed at publicly several weeks In announcing the shutdown, basis of rates set by Blue Shield ago. Dr. Esselstyn said he first and the Veterans Administra- realized the end was in sight tion. last summer. Dr. Esselstyn said: "We are indebted to indust- ries, foundations and agencies Schenectady Problem: from Wittenberg College, Ohio. He was ordained in 1928. REV. MORRIS C. SKINNER Dr. Skinner is survived by of Eggertsville and Miss Grace his wife, the former Marion and also to our creditors in Lawyer, a son, David H. Skin- Skinner of Middleburgh i WHAT'S GOING ON Hudson who have, over the years, extended credit over and above the call of duty." Curb on Street Terror ner of Albany; a daughter, Funeral sevices wili be con- Mrs. Robert J. Rau of Sauger- ducted at 11 a- m. Saturday in ties; four brothers, Fred Skin- First Lutheran Church. Private He said the clinic has served Schenectady City Manager he has found, "this is no racial of these gangs that they are ner of Quaker Street; James about 20,000 patients in the last Peter Roan has been advised thing, either, because I have afraid to report these assaults and John Skinner of Middle- burial services will be held in two years. Their medical re- to detail plainclothes police to been asked for protection by to police." Prospect Hill Cemetery, Glov- burgh, and Howard Skinner of cords wil be kept on file and curb "mob violence that is caus- both white families and colored Mr. Roan noted that Schenec- Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and twoersville, u n d e r direction of made available to other doctors ing terror" in the city's streets. families." tady police have received only sisters, Mrs. Eugene Benzino Frederick Funeral Home. at the patients' request, he said The supervisor said, "women two reports of cases of rape i He said he will continue as Mayor Malcolm Ellis urged are being attacked on our his year, and both have been executive director of the Rip the action yesterday after streets, and they are so afraic olved by arrest. - Maryknoll Sistere Van inWkle Foundation, but ex Malcolm Cinquino, county su Area Residents • pects to be spending more and pervisor for the residential Bth Reelect Mother more time on national issues Ward, called for a state of TroyNAACP Air Service Join Seminars Maryknoll W—Mother Mary He said he is "still very vitally emergency in the make of 50 Colman was reelected mother interested in group- health" incidents of "mob violence" in An Albany woman and an general Monday for another plans. He also is interested in his ward since Jan. 1. promoting other such clinics, of In the most recent incident To Oppose To Albany East Greenbush couple attended six-year term by the Maryknoll the 17th annual seminar on Sisters, it was announced today. which there are three in Alaska at 9:30 p. m. Saturday, Mr and one in Kentucky. Cinquino said: "A car full of young punks out off the car of Goldwater Sought American Culture in Coopers- The election took place at the town. world-wide general chapter of the congregation, which is held SCATTERED SHOWERS and thundershowerg are forecast for IWtdel Clinic (a) family, forcing it to the The Troy chapter of the Augusta, Maine W — Quali- Miss Amy Walker, 417 Man- every six years. tonight from the Middle Atlantic States to Florida. The clinic over the years be- curb, and the family was as- fied approval of a New Hamp- ning Boulevard, attended semi- National Association for the Ad- came the model for those who saulted. shire attempt to obtain an air ADVANCED WEATHER VIEW believed in group practice of medicine for rural areas. Fear in Streets vancement of Colored People route linking Portland, Man- nars on 'New York, Province to has 'voted to oppose Senator chester, N. H., and Albany, State" and 'Religion in Upstate NOW! Produced by Travelers Weather Service Barry Goldwater's campaign N. Y., has been given by the New York." You can enjoy low cost Its director was critical of "Men. women and children Sky vi»w PratlplfaMon T I M P M A T U R S eHOSASIUTY P.M. his fellow doctors who charge are afraid to walk the streets •for the presidency on the basis Maine Aeronautics Commission Accurate on what he calls a "piecework" of Schenectady" •of his stand on the Civil Rights chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Wells TERMS ftwhaMNty of 26 Mountain View Avenue, On your now wall to wall Low H.«h Within basis. Mr. Roan, however, declined bill. In announcing the closing, he to declare a state of emer- Scott K. Higgkis, commission East Greenbush, attended a Thwrafay V.rlibU Cloudlrmi JO', Ihowar* 15 1 dtqroot also criticized them for not be- gency, which he is empowered ing interested enough in pre- to do. At a meeting last night at the chairman, said he thinks there Troy YWCA, at which a panel is a need for east-west service, seminar on lighting in America. CARPET Part* I Oil!••• discussion on Troy housing but that a full investigation Mrs. Lewis also studied the *% ventive medicine. He said pre- GENTILE'S PrMay tunny practices was held, a resolution would be needed. American potter and pottery. ventive medicine finds little Instead, Mr. Roan said Sche- nectady's 'crime problem "Is to oppose the Republican nomi- Capt. Roger J. Crowley, New Mr. Lewis was enrolled in the laturtiy •»<% p.m. S d o o r o u backing when "the only way a nee was introduced by the Rev. Hampshire Aeronautics Com- "Province to State" group. 1100 Control Ava. « rha Unrforpata ohvsician can support his wife no different rom that of most Clouay IV 2 - M f T Dotty Til • cities in the United States with Mack Brandon, president of the mission director, said yester- Ctotrint W% Shtwors * dtgi-Mt and children is to wait 'til Sunday •5 a changing social order." NCAAP chapter. someone falls apart." day he will apply to the Civil i He also criticized medical in- Afraid to Report He also urged memoers to Aeronautics Board for the route For up-to-the-hour temperature WTRY RADIO surance which covers only care send notes of "appreciation and in about six weeks. and forecasts, listen to (980) in a hospital, notjn a doctor's Mr. Cinquino, however, said gratitude" to Senator Kenneth CAB denied a similar request office or the patient's home. that in receivinb complaints Keating ana Senator Jacob Jav-1 from Maine a few years ago, Advanced Weather View provides the forecast in terms Dr. Esselstyn said the medi- from all sections of the city, its for their stands on the bill. Mr. Higgins said. of probability of precipitation and the most likely tempera- um family income of those who FASHION^SHOP ture. For example. In 100 forecasts Indicating 80 per cent support such a clinic is $6,000 SOLOMON'S OPEN SATURDAY T I L I P. M. WESTCATE SHOPPING CENTER precipitation probability, you can expect precipitation on 80 to $7,000, wheras the medium CENTEA1 AVE. AT C O I V I N days and none on 20 days. 'Temperature forecasts can be family income in Columbia expected to be within the indicated range at least 70 per County is $4,000 now and was TONIGHT THRU SAT. cent of the time, , . - , only $2,399 in 1950 when the FABULOUS DOLLAR DAY clinic was in its early days. WeotH&r; Grin and Bare It Extended forecasts 6y the He said also that the county also is the fourth highest in the state in the number of persons Total rainfall will be over 85. He said 14 per cent of SAVINGS U. S. Weether Bureau in f*% spotty and generally sparse. the county's population is in ON ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE bany from 7 a. m. tomorrow Temperature Normals: Day- this senior age group, which is through 7 a. m Tuesday: time highs, 78 to 85. 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