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October 27, 1977

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\\; ng held at (iilmer ! ledical Center simply asked the individuals involved to "get in touch" with the Medical Center by September 30. He added that the Accounts Receivable Committee will review all bills to determine what problems exist. Burke reported on an internal problem that had existed at the Center recently concerning Dr. Kiehl and Carolyn Arnold. Both indicated that the problems have been resolved. White mentioned that a great many problems have developed with the furnace that heats the upstairs in the Center. After discussion, the group voted to purchase some portable heaters to use in case of emergency.. Cutlip mentioned problems with the heat in the old Medical Center facility on Walnut Street where he has an office. Agreement was made to attempt to correct the problem. Having considered aH items presented, the group adjourned at approximately 9:15 p.m. Workshop meeting held of the Gilmer Center, Incorporated and the Gilmer Center Board of held Tuesday, October ilmer County Medical Road in Glenville. were: AI Billips, Bill Osborne, Art Berry, 13. Blake Breitenhirt, Jr., Bill Cutlip, Sammy |W Susan Black, Billy B. Berisford, Jr., John Mary Jo Pribble. Staff were: Dr. Katherine Arnold. illg was called to order On Monday evening, October 17, a at approximately public meeting was held in the Glenville City Hall regarding the keBreitenhirt, Jr., submitted proposed establishment of a Sheltered ]tion from the Board of Workshop for Gilmer County. Bill act that he will be Cutlip, local Vocational Rehabilitation withintwo weeks to Counselor, opened the meeting by Georgia. His introducing Q.J. Humphreys and Steve Ls accepted effective at King from Charleston. Mr. Humphreys session, and Mr. King are Facilities Develop- nominated Wilda Kuhl to ment Specialists with the" West seconded the Virginia Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. A slide-tape presentation was presented showing scenes from various workshops across the state. This show also explained the preliminary steps in establishing a Workshop. Mr. Humphreys and Mr. King then answered questions from the moved that be closed. Osborne motion. A motion to as a new member of the was approved. Turner appointed Tal- of the Physicians Committee to replace that a copy of a been received from a for the National Health (NHSC} stating that the to close the Medical the NHSC would led that a letter to Mr. James Russo of epted as prepared. In stated that the would like an in the amount due of $7.057, which he said the cost of administering s program of health care to date. White therefore that the Center suggest NHSC in the amount of to White, payment of leave the Medical k aPproximately $7,000 in e approximately $7,000 account, and about aCCounts receivable. roved that the Board recommendation of White Payment of the account letter to Mr. Russo, amount should be )roved as presented. the motion, which .ted he had talked with 'rovost of Medical Virginia University. indicated he intended to physicians to meet with Board. according to said he had phoned Dr. confirmed the intent to members to visit Gilmer appointment was later telephone, The Demo- Lrned. The team County to meet with a.m. on November 2. that the Secretary, Ltement to the continued NHSC Physician County. Berry motion and it also discussion followed need for additional County. All seemed in aore physicians are indicated she feels two and one-half needed. She and Carolyn make up one and she said. pointed out that he felt is needed between the college physician. that he too felt the and Dr. Louis experienced some said he felt Dr. Manley able to enjoy a He added is his personal he feels he is "an tted that she felt she should consult with li professional basis. old on the if their bills are not deadline. She also received bills who received them and anymore." had received and felt some were Said that the letter I I I DN , td Used items I Co. I I hool Gym I I 3, 1977 i I tt 6:30 PM I I I ERWIG, I I I I group regarding funding, equipment, contract procurement, facility, staff- ing, and client selection. A sub-committee was formed to continue looking into the feasibility of this project. This committee consists of Bill Cutlip, Maxine Kelley. Goldie Holmes. Tish Davis, Phyllis Starkey, Jessie Chuey. Jim Meads. Ray. Martin Berisford and Father Michael Rooney. Others in attendance at the meeting were: Don Bailey, Gene Ellyson. Nelson Garrett, Earl Nichol- son, Sammy Reese, Ken Foglesong, Jane Singleton, Mildred Saul, Ann Randall, Lorene Wolfe, Barbara Kelley. and Mrs. David Harry. For additional information re- garding this endeavor, contact Bill Cutlip at 462-5390. C.B.'s Is Stock BROWNINGS CHANNEL M&TI1R BOMAN'S gR5 MOTOROLA PACE SHARP SBE TEABERRY PRESIDENT REGENCY MIDLAND ROBYN SPE('IAL: Mura Power Mike (Desk) PX-2000 Reg. $49.96 Sale $25.00 Mrs. Douglas Miller Lucas, Miller are married Linda Ann Lucas and Douglas Alan Miller exchanged marriage vows. October 1, at 4:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church in Mansfield, Ohio. The Rev. Robert Baker read the double-ring rite. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Lucas of 193 Dawson Avenue in Mansfield are October 27, 1977 parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Burkett of 208 Third Avenue in Glenville are the bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight E. Miller of 90 Grasmere Avenue in Mansfield are the parents of the bridegroom. Janet L. Persons, the bride's sister, was honor attendant. Diane Miller, the bridegroom's sister, and Denise McCue were bridesmaids. Dan Miller was his brother's best man. Wolford McCue and Denny Hubbard were ushers. A reception for 200 guests at the URW Union Hall followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Mansfield Senior High School and Ohio State University. She is a staff accountant for Haskins & Sells, Certified Public Accountants, in Columbus, Ohio. Her husband is a graduate of Mansfield Senior High School and Ohio State University. He is a senior accountant at Bordens, Following a Florida honeymoon, the couple will live in Columbus. CORRECTION The Future Farmers of America at Gilmer County High School are not selling chances on a ten-speed bicycle as reported in the October 20 issue of this paper. The GlenviUe Democrat/PMJdhder I) Stout, Archer to wed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stout of Glenville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter, Helen Carol, to Blair Allen Archer. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Archer of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Miss Stout is a graduate of Sand Fork High School and is employed at the Conrad Restaurant in Glenviile. Mr. Archer is a graduate d Hollywood Hills High School and is employed by E&I Heavy Equipment Construction in Fort Lauderdale. A spring wedding is planned. MARTIN AT Mrr Curtiss O. Martin. son of Vernoa T. Martin of Glenville, is amen8 approximately 1.075 Freshmen who entered the Massachusetts Institute Technology this fall. The Class of 1981 is one of the largest in MIT history and includes 177 women and 87 students who classify themselves as minorities. The Fresh- men came from 47 states-South Dakota. Utah and Delaware are not represented this year-and 30 foretl countries. 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