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Beckley Register Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Beckley, West Virginia The Register Herald saturday april 28, 1990 a 5 a High cholesterol level does not always increase risk dear or. Lamb for the past 15 years i have had a history of High cholesterol ranging from 240 to As High As 300. My last test reported my total cholesterol at 295 with an Hal cholesterol of 86. As i read your special report 44, that gives me a favourable ratio of 3.4. I had a stress test and the cardiologist said i have the heart of a 40-year-old. He has no answers As to Why my cholesterol remains so High in View of the stress test. He did recommend i remain on a Low fat diet and continue to exercise. So i ask you should i still be worried about my High cholesterol in a 61, jog two Miles almost daily and play Tennis five Days a week. My cholesterol Reading and my Bdl which was calculated to be 171, still paint me As a High risk for a heart attack. Am i dear Reader no you Are not at a High risk for a heart attack. Your saving Grace is your excellent Hal Choles Terol level a which Means you have a lot of the Small fatty cholesterol particles that prevent deposits in your coronary arteries. The Hal cholesterol level is emerging As the most important measurement of All the different cholesterol measurements that Are made. If you have a Low total cholesterol level and a Low Hal cholesterol level you May have a significantly increased risk of a heart attack. But even if your total cholesterol and Bdl cholesterol a sometimes called the bad cholesterol a Are High a High Hal cholesterol May mean a Low risk of a heart attack. I was struck with your values compared to recent comments from or. William Castelli the medical director of the Framingham heart study a the longest and possibly the most useful study of factors related to the risk of heart attacks. Castelli noted that anyone with an Bdl of greater than 220 is looked upon As a practically a medical emergency a but if that patient had an Hal level of 85, a the would have half the average risk of coronary artery disease and probably does no to need to be put on the ratio of total cholesterol to Hal cholesterol is very useful in predicting your risk. ®1990 North America Syndicate inc. Hearing focuses on ambulance services 911 system by Sharon in. Ham Brick Register Herald reporter Fayetteville How ambulance services will fit into the proposed enhanced 911 emergency response system was the primary concern voiced thursday night during a Public hearing hosted by the Fayette county commission. George Fisher Volunteer member of the Valley emergency medical service expressed the concern of other emergency service providers when be said a a they be not been most people do not know How ambulance services operate he said. Just How the three commercial and two nonprofit ambulance services would fit into the system needs to be worked out first Fisher said since most emergency Calls involve ambulances. E911 will not solve their problems he said but will mean Byrd casts record making vote West Virginia a senior . Senator received a standing ovation from his colleagues Friday when he cast a record making vote. Sen. Robert c. Byrd cast his 12,134th Roll Call vote More than any other senator in the chamber a 200-year history. Byrd credited his education. A a it a the education of the mind and development of the heart in a spiritual Way that really count the most a Byrd said. The record making vote came when Byrd joined 95 other senators to vote 96-0 in favor of amending an emergency supplemental appropriations Bill. By Byrd accomplishment to Rdv a first Roll Call vote was on a motion to adjourn in january 1959. His record supplants that set by sen. William Proxmire d-wis., who cast his 12,133th and last Roll Call vote in 1988. Senate majority Leader George Mitchell a Maine said the vote was an important moment in . History. Byrd who is president tempore of the Senate has responded to 98.4 percent of the Roll Call votes taken in his 31-year career and has answered too percent of the Roll Call votes for the past six years. He has cast a total of 1,921 consecutive votes since 1985. . Sen. Jay Rockefeller praised Byrds record. A the has made of himself an american Public figure that we All regard As extraordinary a he said. More people More equipment and More vehicles. Who would Bear the expense for communications equipment that apparently would be needed to keep the e911 dispatchers apprised of unit locations was another concern. It is not that the services Are against e911, Fisher said but their role needs More attention. One citizen said once 911 is dialled a citizen loses the Choice of an ambulance company since the dispatcher will Send the closest one. Another one said she wants to be sure the person who answers her Call is a paramedic. Commission president John Witt said 90 positive responses had been received from a newspaper Coupon and 21 negative ones. Before the meeting adjourned he asked the audiences preference and the majority of the too to 150 people favored the system although they had asked numerous questions about its practical operation. One facet of e911 praised by parents and senior citizens was the automatic identification of the Call location so help can be sent whether or not the caller is Able to talk to the dispatcher. Two people expressed strenuous opposition and asked the commission to put the Issue on the ballot claiming it would not be Legal any other Way. Those attending were first shown a video about e911. The dispatcher taking a Call would automatically know the name address and location of the Telephone customer originating the Call and Telephone service changes would be updated within 24 hours. Hearing impaired people could also use the service and it would be toll free at pay phones. Emergency services director Steve Cruikshank said 25 cents of the estimated $1 charge per Telephone would go to a amp a Telephone and the other 75 cents would pay for computer equipment and software to store the information needed and to hire dispatchers who will have to be trained. South vulnerable you hold a j 762 9akq63 095 65 partner opens the bidding with one no Trump. What do you respond q.2�?both vulnerable As South you hold a 83 9q65 0kq63 9872 the bidding has proceeded North East South West i a pass i it pass 3 9 pass ? what do you bid now q.3�?neither vulnerable As South you hold a a j103 9ak762 0aq95 void partner opens the bidding with one club. 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The members of Bic Are established Trade associations and Chambers of Commerce which collectively embrace a majority segment of businesses and industries in West Virginia. The key focus of Bic is a Mutual interest for enhancing a better climate for business and Industry existing and prospective that will generate a healthier Economy More jobs and an expanded tax base. An indicator of the states relative business climate is the manner in which the legislature acts upon issues affecting employers and investor. Rating Sample Tracy w. Hylton Bill Wooton 1990 Bic votes anti 1990 Bic rating career Bic rating 5-3 2-7 63% 22% 76% 37% question which candidate for state Senate has the highest voting record in support of protecting existing jobs the highest voting record in support of business and Industry that creates new jobs Tracy w. Hylton a 76% of the time. Tracy w Hylton voted to enhance a better climate for business and Industry More jobs. The time has come for the voters of Raleigh and Wyoming counties to decide if they want a businessman who has created hundreds of Good paying jobs and who has supported the expansion of West Virginia Industry or a lawyer who has voted against expansion of business Industry and jobs 76% for Tracy w. Hylton Tracy Vav. 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