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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Bluefield, West Virginia Unbridled runs past favourites to win 116th Kentucky Derby i sports c-1 graduation. Wilder Speaks it at a. Tech commencement / Region b-1 cars. Insurance rates could be headed for the fast Lane / automotive d-1 Paula Colci Trapl sunday a May 6, 1990 $1 Good morning murder suspects in Fla. Court Delbert Martin Smith and Jillanne Jody Phil in 3 killing Opie Patton Meadows of Springville va., had Brook who Are suspected in the May 3 killing of their first appearance in a Florida court saturday. During the court proceeding which Only lasted about a minute and a Hali the suspects were advised of the charges against them appointed Council a who advised them of their rights under the Law and How to fight extradition a and were then remanded into custody without bail. Smith and Philbrook were apprehended in Daytona Beach shores Fla., Friday. The charges against Smith include Capitol murder first degree murder robbery. Phil Brook is being charged with first degree murder and robbery. A Curt Barber variable cloudiness today a High 50s today variable cloudiness with a Chance of a Sprinkle this evening according to the National weather service forecast. Highs in the upper 50s. Tonight mostly Cloudy and quite Chilly overnight. Lows Are expected to fall into the upper 30s. Weather package a-8 Section a Section b briefs. .a-2 Region. B-1 people. .a-2 obituaries. .b-2 lighter Side. .a-2 lottery. B-2 Dally record. .a-3 funerals. .b-2 prime time. .a-8 pet Comer. By weather. Announcements. B-10 Section c Section d sports. .c-1 automotive. D-1 statistics. .c-2 classified. D-2. Baseball. C-3 More news. Do Section e Section f Money. Al lifestyles. I i opinion. .e-2 weddings. �?z1-2 Coal Page. .e-5 birthdays. ,.hd to listings. .e-6 dear Abby. Vol. 95, no. 126 yet Gorbachev nixes move to Freedom Riga . Apr Mikhail s. Gorbachev on saturday rejected Latvia a declaration of Independence and threatened the Baltic Republic with unspecified political economic and administrative measures if it does no to reverse its course Tass reported. The soviet presidents decision came one Day after Latvia a parliament adopted the Independence declaration and was announced late saturday night on latvian television by Alfreds rubies the republics communist party chief. Rubik so remarks were reported Early sunday by Tass the official soviet news Agency. The latvian legislators had called for a slow transition to Independence and for negotiations with Moscow to avoid the Sharp economic sanctions the soviet Union imposed on neighbouring Lithuania which declared its Independence March 11. Rubies spoke by Telephone with Gorbachev earlier saturday and said the soviet Leader considered the attempt by the latvians to portray their decision As different from Lithuania a was Tass reported. A the president of the considers that the declaration that was passed May 4 by the latvian parliament on the restoration of Independence of the latvian Republic signifies a violation of constitutional norms and is leading toward the breakdown of governmental ties of the republics of the .,�?� rubies quoted Gorbachev As saying. Gorbachev emphasized negotiations Are possible Only under the guidelines of the soviet Constitution and that negotiations can Only begin after a reversal of the declaration of Independence Tass quoted rubies As saying. The news Agency quoted rubies As saying that if the Republic ignores the soviet Constitution the president reserves the right to take political economic and administrative measures in response. He did not elaborate on what measures Gorbachev might take. In mid april the soviet Leader slapped an economic embargo on Lithuania for its pro Independence moves cutting off All Oil and sharply curtailing natural Gas and other key supplies to the Republic. Gorbachev a decision on Latvia was not broadcast on National soviet to saturday night and he did not make any reference to it in a Public appearance in Moscow earlier in the Day. Lithuania president vytautas Landsbergis said he is still waiting for Moscow to begin talks with his representatives even after he endorsed the idea of slowing the drive for Independence. Airing it out nine year old Christianne Potter of Bluefield blows up a balloon saying Quot unborn babies Are people staff photo by Mark Shelton too during a pro life rally at Princeton High school saturday afternoon. Wanted residents to appear in to and by Curt Barber of the daily Telegraph staff a los Angeles based production company is planning to film a National television commercial in Pocahontas va., and is also planning to use local people As actors in the advertisement. Kattie Carlson Gibbons an Independent casting director who specializes in a real people said she wants to use All local people in the production of a commercial to be shot in about three Days in Pocahontas for Maxwell House Coffee. The casting director said she will need several Hundred area people to film the commercial which will feature a few people and use a lot of extras for the advertisement that she said will have an old fashioned look to it. A we a out Dall Over the i a a it try and we chose Pocahontas because it is Beautiful and looks All american a Gibbons said. A the people look she said she will begin casting for the commercial today from 1 30 to 5 . At the Pocahontas opera House and will continue monday and tuesday Between the hours of 3 and 7 . Gibbons said she is looking for All different types of people including children teenagers Young adults parents grandparents High school band members Baton twirlers boy scouts a to and a-8 allies agree to allow German unification go Forward Bonn West Germany apr the four world War ii allies agreed saturday that German unification should go Forward without delay and they shied away from imposing restraints on what will be Europe a most powerful nation. Quot the cold War is Over. Our planet the world Europe Are now embarking on a new a West Germany moves to ease soviet uneasiness Story Page d-10 soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze said after the nearly seven hour meeting. West German foreign minister Hans Dietrich Genscher read a declaration by the nations that set a timetable for further talks with a session in june in Berlin in july in Paris and in september in Moscow. It was the first top level unification session among the Ger Many and the allies a the United states soviet Union. Britain and France a which split Germany into two countries 45 years ago. The diplomats also agreed to invite polish foreign minister Krzysztof Skubiszewski to the Paris session when Border issues will be discussed Genscher said. Poland has expressed fears Over possible German claims to territory that belonged to Germany before world War ii and Poland will have the right to address All related issues. . Secretary of state James a. Baker Iii appearing at a joint news conference with the other diplomats after the meeting emphasized that germans of the new nation should make their own decisions. Race for treasurer still hot associated press candidate Marie Prezioso continued to cast doubts about opponent Dee Caperton a record in the final Days before tuesdays primary election while . Attorney Michael Carey asked state residents to make sure nobody stuffs the ballot boxes. Prezioso said voters need to know More about Caperton a $5 million portfolio. A what was its performance Quot said Prezioso who along with Caperton Larrie Bailey and Eugene Knotts Are running for the democratic nomination. Elvin Martin is the Lone Republican candidate. Prezioso also said the former first lady should prove that the Money was hers and not that of her sex husband millionaire insurance operator gov. Gaston Caperton. A spokesman forms. Caperton however said his candidate has fulfilled her requirements to voters by filing a report with the state ethics commission detailing her finances. The report shows is. Caperton has spent $240,000 on her Princeton Community Hospital joins Battle against heart disease by James Barbery of the daily Telegraph staff Princeton when Paul Douglas of Princeton had a heart attack on the morning of March 13, 1989, he knew it. A it Felt like someone stuck a knife in my Chest Quot he said. Heart disease kills More people than anything else. It is the Lea dim Douglas adding cause of death in the United states said Shelia Parks . Of the Princeton Community Hospital hear care rehabilitation Center. Quot the sad thing about heart disease is that we usually learn of it when we have an at she said. Tack Ougel Lieve it n Douglas said he be staff photo by James Barbery nurse Shelia Parks explains How the hospitals hear care program works. Happened to him. Most heart attack victims done to think it will happen to them Parks said especially women and the rehabilitation Center is seeing More and More a Salute to local hospitals special Section women. Currently housed in the Princeton medical arts building and operated under the auspices of Princeton Community Hospital hear care is a cardiac rehabilitation Center serving patients who have had a heart attack open heart surgery angioplasty angina or coronary artery disease she said. Patients Are referred to the program through their primary physicians. Each referral is first evaluated by the hear care staff of physicians and cardiac a a rehab nurses. Parks said. Based on the findings an exercise program is prescribed. Patients enrolled in the 12-week program attend one hour exercise sessions every monday wednesday and Friday she said. Each client is monitored via telemetry during All workouts. Douglas said that the program entails More than exercise sessions. Educational classes Are also included in the package. The most important lesson taught at hear care is that heart disease patients must live healthy maintain reasonable eating habits quit smoking and exercise he said. A i am in better shape now than i was 20 years Douglas said. A they the physicians at Duke University where Douglas was hospitalized for approximately 33 Days following his attack said 1 had considerable heart damage but now i feel great i really a when i came Back from Duke i weighed 168 pounds. I was weak mentally and physically. Now i weigh 192 pounds Ana it is mostly muscle. I have a 16 percent fat count now which is Douglas said he is one of two patients of the Center who graduated from the program but continue to utilize hear care facilities for exercise programs. Other forms of exercise such As walking Golf and basketball Are great but they Aren t As comprehensive he said. A i done to have the self discipline to walk two Miles a Day three times a week a Douglas said

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