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Bloodmobile to visit in Mathews

50 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 28, 1972from the Gazette-Journal

The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Kingston Episcopal house, Mathews, on Tuesday from 2 until 7 p.m.

According to the Mathews County Chairman of Blood Donor Day, Mrs. Harvey Maguigan, the Bloodmobile has extended the hours in Mathews to better accommodate persons employed outside the county.

People who use the bus for transportation may come to the Bloodmobile with the assurance that transportation to their homes will be provided, Mrs. Maguigan said.

Babysitting service with an extra rest period will be available for mothers of young children. Anyone between the ages of 18 through 65 who is in good health and weighs more than 110 pounds may donate blood.

40 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 30, 1982from the Gazette-Journal

The certificate of need to expand Walter Reed Memorial Hospital has once again been denied by state health commissioner James B. Kenley.Kenley ruled Tuesday that the hospital failed to demonstrate...

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