Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on May 4, 1993 · Page 4
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4 — TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1993 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- Alcoholic drinks can be good for the heart WASHINGTON (AP) — A drink or two, or even three, every day can help keep your heart healthy by increasing the amount of "good" cholesterol, a researcher reports. In a study of 680 people, Dr. J. Michael Gizano of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston said he found that those who consumed up to three alcoholic drinks daily were less apt to suffer from myocardial infarctions, a type of heart attack. But he warned that this does not mean it is healthy to get drunk. And another doctor said that though moderate drinking may improve blood chemistry for the heart, alcohol can harm health in other ways. Gizano interviewed people about their drinking habits and then compared their blood levels of high-density lipoproteins (HDL), known as the "good" cholesterol. Earlier studies have shown that people with normal levels of HDL have a reduced risk of heart disease. The study found that those who drank had higher levels of HDL and a lowered risk of heart attack. Dr. David Hathaway, director of the cardiovascular division at the Indiana University medical center in Indianapolis, said the finding is "consistent with other studies that have not looked at alcohol, but have looked at HDL." Hathaway said that other studies have shown that any change, such as in diet or exercise, that tends to increase HDLs does ,, Moderate alcohol intake is harmless, but this is not an endorsement of getting loaded. — David Hathaway of Indian medical center reduce the risk of heart attack. However, he said Gizano was right in warning that excess drinking can have a harmful effect. "Moderate alcohol intake is harmless, but this is not an endorsement of getting loaded," said Hathaway. "Increasing alcohol intake may, in fact, increase the risk of other diseases, such as cancer. The net effect may be no prolongation of life, just a change in the cause of mortality." Supervisors revise appointment procedures By CHRISTIANE MCLEES for The Journal The Mendooino County Board of Supervisors has formally adopted a modification to the appointment procedures for county boards and commissions and decided that the current vacancy on the Mendocino Historical Review Board shall be filled sometime this month, possibly today. The board recently decided to fill the MHRB position even though the MHRB's Zoning Ordinance Committee has not completed its work. The committee's task, in addition to revising the language regarding signage in Mendocino, is to make recommendations regarding ihe composition of the MHRB. Fifth District Supervisor Norman de Vail said that he is aware of the concerns in the community and preliminary recommendations of the committee and said that his nomination for the vacant seat will reflect that. The new process outlines that in the case of vacancies to the MHRB or for a resource member of the Planning Commission, applicants will be scheduled for an interview before the Board of Supervisors. De Vail, in addition to that process, is planning to have informal interviews with applicants, which is not part of the formal procedure. And even though de Vail will make a recommendation about the nominee, the whole board of supervisors will vote on it. Mendocino residents who have expressed interest in the MHRB seat are Barbara Reed, Carol Bechtloff, Claire Lobell, and Alan Sussex. Relating to the completion of work of the Zoning Ordinance Committee, Planning and Building Director Ray Hall explained that he is working on a set of draft recommendations which he hopes to have by this month. The draft language will then be presented to the committee for review to "see it it mirrors what collectively the committee did, Hall said. If the committee agrees to the recommendations, a town meeting will be scheduled, after which the language will makes its way through the adoption process with the supervisors, Planning Commission and Coastal Commission. In the matter of the MHRB's composition, Hall said the committee did not reach consensus, but did agree on how to inform the community about vacancies and applicants. The supervisors are expected to cast a vote on the new MHRB member at their meeting today. OTLUEKING SUPERMARKETS "for Or LOG ALLY OWN ED from Bi-Lo Market PORK LOIN I ROAST ill QUALITY MEATS * CUT TO ORDER * U.S.D.A, myrif. ? •'• •••-.' ! , •"'•••• FAMILY PAK CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 49 COUNTRY STYLE PORK i SPARERIBS 19 FOSTER FARMS REG. OR TURKEY 16 OZPAK CHICKEN FRANKS LB LB LB &3* ARMOUR REG. OR LOW SALT 12 OZ PAK BACON ' LB 19 LB I 19 LONDON BROIL STEAKS 99 LB TOP ROUND STEAKS FRESH, DOES NOT EXCEED 12% FAT GROUND ROUND COULETTE STEAKS BEEF, FOR BARBEQUE BACK RIBS.!, , 1 "LB FAMILYPAK BARBEQUE STEAKS FAMILY PAK BONELESS ,- QQ SHORT RIBS 1 LB SIRLOIN TIP ROAST COUNTRY STYLE PORK i 1Q SAUSAGE 1 L! LOIS RICH 12 OZ TURKEY i_wio niwn icw*. iwnr\ui ^ £$t\ VARIETY WK 1 " sat sa: ..2" EAt 19 WILSON ALL MEAT HOT DOGS KERN VALLEY ECONOMY BACON JAC IMITATION CRAB MEAT FRESH PACIFIC ^ RED SNAPPER 2 BONELESS COUNTRY STYLE — Ro SPARERIBS 1 LB FRESH - Rfl PORK STEAKS 1 LB BONELESS PORK - . Q SHOULDER ROAST 1 LB LB LB LEAN BEEF CUBE STEAKS 1 89 LB • BONELESS RUMP ROAST 99 LB BONNIE HUBBARD 12 OZ ORANGE JUICE 59 ; SWANSON6.5OZ i GREAT STARTS BREAKFASTS •It BONNIE HUBBARD 11 OZ FROZEN WAFFLES tit S&W390Z COFFEE 1 79 EA Hunks HUNTS 8 OZ TOMATO SAUCE 7100 UMIRASCUDDER 6-6.5 OZ TWIN PAK EA TINA'S 5 OZ BURRITOS 00 HOT FOOD TO GO! RICHES 8 OZ CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS OR CREAM PUFFS BEREKELY FARMS 1/2 GAL. ICE CREAM RESERS PIZZAS 16 PC BUCKET OF FLAVOR CRISP CHICKEN 99 EA FRESH POTATO SALAD FRESH SEAFOOD SALAD BARBEQUE STYLE BEEF BACK RIBS BONNIE HUBBARD 4 ROLL 2 PLY BATH TISSUE BRAWNY 1 ROLL PAPER TOWEL RAINBOW 30 LB LAUNDRY DETERGENT...6" POLMOLIVE AUTOMATIC f%QQ DISHWASHING LIQUID ...8 GROCERY BUYS HUNTS 31 OZ PORK 'N BEANS • It EA HUNTS 4-4 OZ SNACK PACK HUNTS 18 OZ BBQ SAUCE HUNTS 275 OZ SPAGHETTI SAUCE 99* I Save - COUPON - — - — - — mm --^*Ar- • COUPON - — - — --' . KRAFT 180Z ' I oKSm RAINBOW2LB B.B.Q. SAUCE «,„ |i ^\^^J* customer, good at i i ^^••V Ri4nMari( B lwith I I o& Bi-Lo Market with ' | coupon only. ! ( Expires 5/11/93. I j COOKIES 1 Limit 2 per customer, good at Bi-Lo Market with coupon only. Expires »11/93. ~ " """ " COUPON «"-»• — - mm m COUPON +,***•+ «•" m WILSON 16 OZ ALL MEAT HOT DOGS Lin* 2 per • mffT "f T r n r^ r •*• > v^ \_f\f \f Jr V* J. ^ v^s v jvv" T >w< ! II DOUBLE COUPON I mi j^ A cmtonwr.goQdat j | -••• RCjY BkoU^etw«h j ^ ^H ^HPH nniiAAnnnki ' " coupon only. Expire* &m/»3. In fairness, we reserve the right to limit individual purchases to 10 packages of any item for sale, except where otherwise noted. Sale items not available to any commercial dealers or wholesalers. Sale items are subject to stock on hand. Price effective Wednesday, May 8 through TUtaday, May 11,1993. 1630 S. STATE ST. • DEEP VALLEY CENTER • UKIAH

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