Post Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 19

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 26

About Post Herald

  • Publication Name: Post Herald
  • Location: Beckley, West Virginia
  • Pages Available: 76,057
  • Years Available: 1929 - 1977
Learn More About This Publication

About NewspaperArchive.com

  • 2.16+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Post Herald, October 25, 1973

;
Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.16+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Post-Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1973, Beckley, West Virginia BECKLEY POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER n n n I uieo SUPERIOR BULK SLICED Sliced Quarter Loin BONELESS Wholr or Sliced Ib. America's Pavorto f toll tor MARKET SLICED CAW Fish Chips S JOHN'S RLLETf Ocean Perch s FRIED Fish Portions FROZEN Kingsford Steaks ALL MEAT Bolognsiuewa SUPfiR4UGHT Brinnschweiger SUPER-RIGHT PURE Pork Sausage T. INSPECTED fc C Ae Quarters Oil SALAD BAR) Ib. dwk FULL CUT SHOULDER U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED TURKEY LEG AftP CRANBERRY P Ac Relish CRANBERRY Delight CRANBERRY DELIGHT A Ac Ring Mold PIMENTO Cheese Spread I 3 Brcost Quarters with Bocks, 3 Leg with Backs, 3 Necks. 3 Wings. 3 Packages of Giblets, 6040 VALUABLE COUPON WcrMi Toward Of Nested Insfcmf Teo U. S. Gov't. Inspected Lutul Wltfc CMMM In Tklt Limit Ont Coupon Ptr Thru M., Oct. 27th. VALUABLE COUPON Thrt Coupon Worth Toward Of Kleenex Towels Limit Coupon fir Family Thru Oct. 27th. VALUABLE COUPON Thit Coupon Worth 19c Toward Of Limit Coupon Family Thru Oct. 27th. VALUABLE COUPON Thit Coupon Worth 30c Of SEVENTEEN BARH Selects Emergency Head Dr. James Mathews has recently been hired as director of the Emergency Department and Out-Patient Services at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital. Dr. Mathews will spend 50 per cent of his time providing and supervising emergency care, with the remainder spent in program development and administration. HE WILL be involved in training physician assistants and possibly the development a paramedic training pro- gram. The trend in recent years, especially in larger cities, ac- cording to Dr. Mathews, is for people to take their non- emergency complaints or- dinary illnesses to hospital emergency rooms for treat- ment. As a result, emergency room staffs have been spending 40 to 50 per cent of their time providing out-patient care. EMERGENCY rooms have thus taken on even greater im- portance and Dr. Mathews sees great need to develop a system of both providing emergency care to the acutely ill and referring non-emergency cases to other, less expensive, treatment mechanisms. This situation is not as critical here as in urban cen- ters, the doctor notes, adding that the pressure on emergency rooms arose from a shortage of doctors as well as increased mobility of the population resulting in fewer people having family doctors. DR. MATHEWS grew up in Farmersburg, Iowa, an ft received his B. A. and medical degrees from the Statfe University of Iowa at Iowa City; He served his residency at Northwestern University in Chicago, from 1970 to 1973. He is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Mathews lives with his wife Adele at 110 Roberts St. Key Gub Report Given Kiwanians Ernie Jarrell and Mark Agee spoke on the history of the Woodrow Wilson High School Key Club, school projects and the Key Club's international convention in Chicago, Ill.t during a meeting of the Kiwanii Club of Beckley last week. Also during the meeting it was announced that Night will be hosted by the Kiwanis today at 7 p.m. Jarrell is president of the WWHS Key Club and Agee is lieutenant governor. Program chairman was Phill McDaniel. The students reported that the Key Club will revive the "Help Line" this year as well as select a "Key Clubber of the Month." The Key Clubber will be measured by his contributions to the club. Among other projects unt dertaken by the Key Club will be assisting with the travelogue shows, sponsor W W H S' I liomecoming dance, operate the track season snack bar, work with voter registration of WWHS students, the bowling league and assist the Raleigh County Chapter of the American Red Cross with its bloodmobile. 11 Local Nurses Attend Meeting Registered nurses from three Beckley hospitals are attending the West Virginia Nurses Asso- ciation Convention in Hunting- ton, which began Wednesday and will last through Friday. The theme for the convention is "Continuing Education." Attending the convention from Raleigh General arc: Ida Car- eer, in-service coordinator, Bernicc Ellison, head nurse, in- service education, and Pat Sydcnstrickcr. Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital registered nurses par- icpating are: Betty Brown, Jean Van Recnan, Nancy Icndrickson, Betty Rowe, and Dillon. Three nurses from the Veterans Administration Tospital are attending: Betty Perry, assistant chief, nurs- ng services1, Kathryn ,T. Robinson, a head nurse and (athryn W. Sarrctt, a head nurse. Limit Coupon Family Oct. 27th. a Receives Degree Linda Victoria Gucrrant of Minding Gulf was among stu- dents who received bachelor's degrees after completing their work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The names of students granted their degrees by Jnivcrsity Wisconsin-Madison iarc being announced just as as they are compiled by j the University at Madison. I Linda was granted the bachelor of science degree in education in behavoral disabifr ties- ;
RealCheck