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December 19, 1975

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SPECIAL Broughton Milk Gal jug $159 SUPERETTE 10 The Glenville l)emocrat/Pa~der December 18. 1975 un 51 2 Elk Kill I y,, West Virginia Office 364-8365 or 364-5547 Evenings 765-2401 3 Level Lots In Prime Location Well Septic '6,00000 =1,00000 Driveway, Walks, Concrete Pads *80000 New 3 Bedroom Air Conditioned Modular Home Gas Heat . =22,50000 Beautiful Downtown Wilsie - See It! Two Bedroom, Central Heat, Possible FHA Approval. For Family With 1 Child. I IIII II II I I li 325 Acres Beautiful Home! Barn, Outbuildings, Only =49,500oo For All 5% Loan Available To Qualified Farmers. ":" :.:" it::::::: ::::: ::::::::: :::::: ::: :::3:: :.:@ "::::: ::: ::: :::::::::::::::: :::::::: :: ::::::: i:i: i: i$ ::::::::::::::::::::::: :i il!..f''"""""'''"" ''''' Hunters, ' _ ii.:j iii; ;:::: !!;!!208 Acres In Sunny Calhoun County. Bears, Alhgators,; il Elephants, And Big Foot Monster Reported. !iiiiii . :$!:i: $1 2000 Per Acre-Cheap And Uberal Te.,rms. New And Beautiful... 85 Acres- A Magic Valley With Beautiful Meadows, Stream, Spring, And Two Wells... Only $16,900. Plus A Lot More... Stop Or Call For Free Brochure Of 85 Properties Of All Types! Remember the last time you saw an ambulance en route to a hospital? The sense of urgency was prevalent with the flashing lights, wailing siren, and parting traffic as the ambulance passed swiftly. If you are like most persons, you probably thought that the ambulance crew was doing a good job in terms of rushing a patient to the hospital as fast as they could. Unfortunately, many judge the quality of an ambulance service by its speed. This is an error that costs thousands of lives yearly. Ambulances aren't merely fast taxi cabs. Instead, the ambulance crew is one component in a multi-faceted emergency medical services system. Ambulances in a sense are extensions of a hospitals emergency department. It should carry equipment needed to stabilize a patient's condition at the scene of an accident: oxygen, suction equipment, splints, bandages and dressings, light rescue equipment, etc. Most ambulances are designed to give the crew enough room to work with the patient while en route. It's Free to have the latest in equipped vehicles, but who are the people who make up the crew? Emergency medical care and services have improved greatly in the last ten years. One of the primary reasonsis the new specialized training of ambulance attendants, rescue squad workers and others to develop their skills to the level of the Emergency Medical Technician, or EMT. The EMT performs a unique service which cannot be rendered by any other individual or group. Through effective application of his skills at the scene of an accident or illness, he is in the enviable position of being able to save lives and prevent or alleviate suffering, according to Dr. Waiter Hoyt, Jr., consultant to the American Academy at Urthop~d]c burgeons Committee on EMT Training. "Although there are many competent emergency medical techni- cians, their numbers are by far too few to fill the national need for their services," Hoyt stated. He added in his text, Emergency Care and Transportation, that it has been medicine's responsibility to develop educational methods, certifi- cation standards, and recognition of status. However, the responsibility for initial and continuing education in order to meet these standards is the responsibility of the state and local levels of government. In the North Central area of West Virginia, a federally/locally funded Emergency Medical Service System is now providing such training. The combined Planning and Development Regions VI and VII have received a $320,000 grant from HEW for the purpose of implementing a 13 county EMS System through which will be provided radio communication equipment for hospitals and ambu- lances, purchase of four-wheel drive rescue vehicles, coordination services, and EMT and advanced paramedic training. Some 245 West Virginians are now enrolled in seven (7) EMT programs underway in Blacksville {Monongalia), Rowlesburg (Preston), Sutton (Braxton}, Elkins {Randolph), Buckhannon (Upshur}, West Union {Doddridge), and Parsons {Tucker). These courses are coordinated by ]ira Rich and Scott Slagle, Region VI/VII EMS Trainer/Coordinators under the project. The course represents a full college semester's work, including lecture sessions, practicals, in-hospital training, and rescue/Extrication drills. All participants receive four hours of College credit under Applied Sciences through Fairmont Community College. 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Rt. 33 West Second Street Weston, WV Students emergency control gency resucitation, lifting and bilization, extractions, and emergency Numerous nurses provide media enforcement nel segments. are underway Harrison. Ta and Monongalia~ certification has the next eight AUEMT to Depa EMT classes to Hospitals training sessionS Jackson, WestO~; University Memorial and in Elkins; Parsons; and Center, There are involvement in excellent become community by in emergency commented. it also enables ~ prevent own family. Dvi for next year Monongalia, Harrison, Counties. "These of charge to Rich. necessary assure an personnel for "State lee personnel in of ambulanceS" providing participation, ning involved Rich said. Small approves The the U.S. approved small at $2,077,000, November. The types financial store, ment repair, restaurant, bakery, retail dealership, dairy mart, shoe store, service, roofit~ parts. Of the 22 reg- ar under the Program for who are disv and capabilitY business. In ~ions applications disbursed to 1 for over e November. provide There programs the" small West istration Clarksburg, located in Charleston