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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Coshocton, Ohio Coshocton Man. Madison 0 River View 0 Mica 35 Ridgewood 12 i. Y. South 14 Tri Valley 6 Sheridan 32 West Holmes 30 12 Cloverleaf 6 Good afternoon the heaviest for a to is so pc it it to lit the Coshocton Tribune need help Catt crisis hotline9 phone 452-8405 vol. 62 no. 42 Coshocton Ohio 43812, saturday evening october 24, 197o 10 cents doctors building at Hospital a possibility plans to construct a doctors bunding on the East Side of Coshocton county memorial Hospital Are on the drawing Board out whether they get farther than that remains to be seen. This was revealed Friday afternoon at a meeting of the physician s recruitment committee held at the Hospital. The revelation came about As a result of a visit to the october meeting by John o belly executive manager of the Coshocton area chamber of Commerce. He was there to present ideas discussed earlier by Cham Ber Board meetings. J. J. Pyle a member of the committee and of the Hospital Board of trustees unveiled drawings of the proposed Structure which he said would Cost an estimated and would be built Only under cer Tain provisions. The plans no Surprise to William Ingram also a member of the Hospital Board David Hosier Hospital administrator and or. Robert Johnson chairman of the committee Are being worked on by melt Knoll local realtor and Developer. Main purpose of such a building would be to attract new physicians to the Community. However it was t ruled out that the building could House doctors already Here if they so elected to go into a group or clinical practice that would reduce their present Long hours thus encouraging them to remain to Coshocton. Coshocton has already lost a number of physicians and there has been a fear for sometime that More will leave if some Steps Are not taken to cure the problem. Space for old or new offices in t a problem it was pointed out but the com Mittee has been aware for Many months that almost All doctors looking to locate in communities Are seeking group or clinical setups. If such a building is constructed East of the Hospital s emergency room facilities it would be done not at taxpayer s expense and could be expected to drastically reduce the number of emergency cases now handled by the Hospital. Hosier said 600 cases a month Are handled in the emergency room but of that figure Cunningham urges teachers to first reach then teach by Ginger Stanbrook Zanesville or. Glenn Cunningham Tom members of the Eastern Ohio teachers association Friday morning that teachers assume a great Cunningham was the keynote speaker during the general session. A standing room Only crowd was on hand As the former athlete related Many of his successes in dealing with the Glenn Cunningham youth ranch in Kansas. Cunningham famed Miler of the said that most persons can remember one teacher who was a great influence on their Fife. He said those Are the teachers who were he said it was important for teachers to try to understand people not just teach to those who Are most Apt he stressed the facts that no child is unlovable and that any child can be reached if Given enough love and understanding. Cunningham Tom of several children who had been sent to the Home because no one had been Able to reach them. He said one girl came to the ranch when she was 16 and is now striving to become a Christian social worker. However when she came to the ranch she had not finished school and living on the streets. He also said children appreciate discipline. He explained How discipline was used at the ranch and told the crowd he has had very few problems with children breaking the rules of the Home. Tri Valley supt Norbert Kurtz Eota president introduced Cunningham and told of the great Handicap which Cunningham had to overcome before he attained Fame As an athlete. Kurtz told the audience Cunningham had been severely burned in a school fire when he was 8 years old. Doctors recommended that both his legs be amputated. However the boy s parents refused and through hard work Cunningham later became the 1933 Sullivan award Winner and a member of the 1936 . Olympic team. The Zanesville High school choir entertained the opening of the session. The choir was joined by Cunningham for the song stand up you re an the Rev. Raymond m. Vincent jr., pastor of Dresden United methodist Church gave the invocation and the Rev. Samuel Basye jr., pastor of Dresden Church of the Nazarene the Benediction. Prior to the meeting teachers were Able to View the latest in educational supplies and textbooks displayed by various educational Supply firms. The afternoon was spent in interest area meetings at various churches restaurants Owca elks Home Good Samaritan hos Pital and Zane Suffle country club. Approximately attended the Ohio teachers ass Atatim me tag Friday at Zanes Rifle. Gem feat wed speaker Carters of Csc a Maine Nedy to Cambridge pres Meit Etoch Eota Tri Vahey sit Norbert Kavtz of Dresden cur Ort president us Byron Ste of camped executive Secretary fee Only about half Are True he and others on the committee familiar with Hospital problems feel that most of the people should be going to a physician s office rather than having the doctor leave his office and go to the Hospital. O Reilly agreed that if there is a Chance of obtaining new doctors or retaining those already Here who have Given thought to Leav ing by constructing a new building then it should be Given Strong consideration. He feels the Money can be obtained without too much difficulty. Earlier o Reilly had suggested that a staff doctor for the Hospital be procured. He argued that even if a staff doctor was on the Job Only eight hours a Day at the Hospital the problems of people not being Able to get a doctor when they Felt one necessary would be greatly reduced. Questions arose on problems that might be encountered should one doctor be set up with an office in the Hospital that the Hospital would become an out patient service Etc. The questions did not come in the form of excuses but rather in technical aspects looked upon realistically by the doctors and by the Hospital Board. It s not an impossible said Johnson. While i can foresee problems i la agree that it s Worth looking o Reilly in this discussion prior to the unveiling of the building plans said he personally Felt a one Mill Levy on a continuing basis if tied in with the hiring and paying of a staff doctor could be accomplished. The chamber executive opened his remarks by saying medical schools should loosen their controls by expanding their facilities and allowing More people to get into them. O Reilly said schools Are already discriminating by not allowing More prospective medical students to enrol. He on juju pages pages classified Puzzle a-5 comics b-5 sports deaths by Jeane Dixon b-4 editorials a-2 Warsaw a-5 to schedules a-3.4 Millersburg. A-5 teen pm. 8-b said he has asked state rep. John Baker Coshocton and state sen. James Leedy Wooster to advise if hearing on the matter Are held in Columbus and if so to encourage local people testifying As to the problems in the Small towns. Johnson said cities such As Columbus do not have physician shortage problems. Has More doctors than it he said. It s the distribution of doctors that s the real during the discussion o Reilly noted that or. Jose Becerra Warsaw is now working out of a Canton Hospital. A salary figure of for a staff doctor was brought up. One of the committee members said Becerra might be the first to apply for the eight hour Day at that figure. O Reilly was the Only one to show of several Community leaders asked to Friday s meeting. E. E. Williams was present. He s the chamber s representative to the enlist ment committee. Pyle said letters have been written to or. Ruben a. Nepomuceno stationed with the . Army at it. Wood Texas and Lee m. Drapery also an army physician whose Home is Mcclure a. Both seek group or clinical practice. The latter will be visiting Ohio in november or december. It is not known when the former is due to be released from service. Pyle also said he had heard from congressman John Ashbrook and was advised to advertise in the magazines army times and Navy times. A Tetter from congressman Tobert Taft was read by de. Thompson. Taft says in formation on military doctors being discharged is now provided to the Ama american medical Thompson also read a reply letter from the Riker service a medical journal in which it was disclosed free classifieds would be placed if done so by a physician. Johnson immediately signed coupons and they were prepared for mailing by Freda Kaye Secretary of the committee. Letters to drs. Prots Des Moines la., and Andres a Arens Volle Heights both of whom visited Here this past summer have not been answered. They had expressed Strong interest in Coshocton earlier. Announcement was also made that or. Sam Kistler would Welcome an Oculi St and ears nose and Throat specialist to take Over his duties Here. Next meeting of the committee is set for nov. 20. Flying High head cheerleader tawn Rhodes is up in 12th in the state going into the contest the air Over the Coshocton redskins m details on Page 2-b. Tribune photo by tie with Mansfield Madison Here Friday Thorn Rockey night. The undefeated rams were rated still nothing to go on in Grace Case by Joe Mizer Friday May have passed just As any other Ordinary Day but it Marks exactly five months since the discovery of a Young Coshocton woman lying dead in Ifill Creek. On May 23, the body of Judith to Judy Grace 20, was found on some rocks in the shallow Waters of mall Creek Clad Only in a Bra and Blouse. The body was discovered near the co. Re. 24 Bridge at the intersection of Ohio 76. The Kuffler or a filers remain at Large. No suspects have Ever been held or arrested in the Case. We still have nothing to go said chief Deputy Robert d. Wilson acting in the absence of sheriff William hoop or. The death probe has resulted in the tracing of Many leads which have led to nowhere. Judy s activities have been traced up until . The morning of wednesday is deadline for election comment letters written to the editor in connection with tuesday nov. 3, election issues should be postmarked no later than Midnight wednesday oct. 28, to insure their publication by election Day the editor said today. Letters to the editor for use in our readers say must carry a Handwritten signature address and should where possible be typed triple the editor reserves the right to shorten any letter exceeding 300 words. 3iay 23, but the 17 hours from that time until she was found at . Remain unaccounted. An autopsy performed on the body by or. Robert c. Hastedt a pathologist from Dover revealed that death was due to strangulation. The autopsy also revealed that miss Grace had suffered blows about the neck and head one or More causing a brain Haemorrhage. A Reward was offered in july for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or persons responsible for the death Bat it has brought no response said Wilson. Dozens of persons have been interviewed and 20 have been Given lie Detector tests. Go anywhere there is a said capt Wilson recently and cited a couple of tips which appeared to be heading in the right direction but proved fruitless. He said Indiana police had picked up a Man about two months ago suspected of killing three or four Young women and the pattern of the Grace murder matched perfectly. The bodies were found in shallow creeks Clad Only in bras and blouses. And they were strangled. Wilson said that after having High Hopes that this was the killer he was informed that the Man had been in jail in Indiana on the Day preceding and the Day the body of Judy Grace was found. Wilson was in Dennison monday night to Check out a report of a suspicious incident at twin cities Hospital near the time of the Grace murder. He said he was notified that someone had seen a Man bring a Young woman into the Hospital late at night. Upon entering the lobby the Young woman Vas said to have screamed he gave Rne and at that the Man grabbed her and took her Back to an await ing car and fled. The description of the Young woman fit Judy Grace to a said Wilson except she had Blond however the incident still seemed As a probable link because Judy was known to have a wig until the incident was positively set As being on May 29, six Days after the murder. A photograph further confirmed that it was not said Wilson. He said the Case is still under Active investigation and the s500 Reward is still in effect. Short session seen by Kex Slaughter Money matters will be on the Agenda when Coshocton City Council meets in Reg ular session monday night. Two new pieces of legislation one appropriating funds and the other Transfer ring be considered by Council. There Are no measures carried Over from the oct. 12 meeting. One ordinance totalling a local weather report mostly Cloudy and Little change in temperature with Chance of showers tonight Low in the 3qs. Variable cloudiness sunday High in the upper 60s. Cloudy and mild with Chance of showers monday. Friday High 56 Low 40. Year ago High 45 Low 19. Propri ates 825gq to the Lake Park fund to police pension fund 373s.94 to the firemen pension fund and to the repair and maintenance fund. The other ordinance transfers to the City s repair and maintenance fund. Unless something unforeseen comes up during the weekend the monday night session has All the earmarks of another Short meeting for the councilmen. A City official jokingly pointed out that monday night s session is a Short one it will give interested coun Olmen an Opportunity to return Home in time to listen to the prize fight Between Muhamad All Cassius clan and Jerry Quarry in Atlanta monday night s meeting will be the last one before the general election nov. 3. Two local councilmen president Kenneth r. Grier and Charles Turner Are seeking other political offices at the general election. In event they would be successful both would be obliged to give up their Council seats come Jan 1, 1970. Spa Fri f Asp

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