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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, Bluefield, West Virginia Causes of High blood pressure discussed new banking officers a the Bluefield chapter american Institute of banking held its annual Spring banquet at the Bluefield country club on april 30. The evening s Agenda included cocktails and dinner installation of officers for the 1983-84 term and entertainment. Pictured above Are new officers and their spouses shown from left Are Dorwin Byrd treasurer and his wife Carolyn major Everett and Rebecca Barnes Secretary Carol and Bill Carper outgoing president Nancy and Alden Shields incoming president Lynn and Jeff Forlines second vice president. Not present was Stan Linkous first vice president. Field Day winners a the Lashmeet elementary school team won first place in the division in Competition at the Mercer county elementary school Field Day held at Concord College. On the front Row from left Are Letha Matthews Lashmeet principal Jane Walthall and Beverly Phillips. On the second Row Are Carolyn Browning Lori Coomes Scott Repass Donna Carden Sandy Coomes Stanley Metz and Greg of Dell third Row i Aura Farmer Kevin Mcbride Donna Farmer Bret Akers Kenton Cecil and Alvin Shrewsbury fourth Row Joe Brady staff member Susan Thornton Dana Fuller Debbie Coomes and Dennis Jarvis. Events held during the Field Day included the 50-Yard and 100-Yard dashes 440 relay Broad jump pull Arm flex and the 660 Yard walk run. Public record marriage licenses marriage licenses issued thursday in the Mercer county clerk s office included Owen Edward Mckay in and Karley Ann Legere both of Prince ton Thomas Kelly Copolo. Durham. . And Cynthia Sharon Harrar Rocky Gap. A Gary Randall Spry and Wendy Buskell. Both of Bluefield More jurors Twenty five additional jurors have been drawn to serve the remainder of the february term in Mercer county circuit court jurors selected to begin serving on May 25 Are Kathy Basham. Rock Glenn k. Belcher Bluefield Nancy g Bel Grano Bluefield Ruby s. Bolton. Princeton Brenda Burnette. Bluefield Donald Calfee. Bluefield Russell Crumb Princeton Buster r Dye Bluefield. Lois Eaton. Bluefield Vivian Franes Princeton Fred Grubb Bluefield Clarence Hall. Bluefield George Harrison. Bluefield Dinah g. Heaton. Weyanoke Drucilla Hicks. Bluefield Frank Johnson. Bluefield Betty Lawrence Princeton Phyllis Nichlson. Princeton Ralph j Sand ers. Bluefield John r. Taylor. Bluefield. Carl c. Thomas jr., Bluefield Mary Thomas. Bluefield Donald Timm. Bluefield Edward j. Wiley. Princeton and Ruth m Woodring. Princeton. Magistrate report cases heard before chief Mercer county magistrate Ernest r six included a destruction of property charge against Phyllis Wallace of Ramsey Street Bluefield was dismissed Lois Culver was the complainant and Deputy Lawson made the arrest a warrant charging Charles Hilton of Princeton with Telephone harass ment was withdrawn by the complainant. Henry Collins. Deputy r l. Boone was the arresting officer Leroy Mitchell of Princeton was arraigned on a non support charge and released under $500 Bond. Romona Mitchell is the complainant and Deputy Gerald Meadows made the arrest Patricia Murray of Bluefield was arraigned on five worthless Check charges and released under $300 Bond. The complainants Are k Mart of Bluefield. The Kroger company of Bluefield Leggett sat Mercer mall. Heck s of Bluefield and the shopping Box. Sheriff department Chi. Randall Earnest and Deputy . Hill were the arresting officers. Juanita Rose of Athens was arraigned on a trespassing charge and released under $200 Bond. Roberta fades White is the complainant and sheriff s department it re. Baughman made the arrest. Six also a conducted a number of juvenile hearings cases heard in Bluefield thursday by Mercer county magistrate Luther Byrd included Eulis e. Ratliff 725 Oliver ave., Princeton was found guilty on a warrant alleging reckless driving and assessed a Fine and costs totalling $118. The complainant was Kerry b Davis of the Princeton police department. Buford Early represented the defendant and John shot represented the state. A warrant alleging Petit larceny pending against Larry Garrison route 2, Box 398aa, Bluefield was dismissed Early represented the defendant and Shott represented the state. Terry Osborne route 2, Box 396a, Bluefield. Was the complainant. John Preston stump. Route 2, Box 258, Princeton entered a plea of guilty to a reduced charge of reckless driving after having been served with a warrant alleging driving under the influence. William Akers represented the defendant and Shott represented the state. A warrant alleging assault pending against George Lucas. Route 4. Box 206, Princeton was dismissed when the complainant. Ernest j Yopp. Box 161, Athens failed to appear Lor a scheduled hearing a warrant alleging Battery pending against Russell Cole. 113 Mckinley ave. Princeton was dismissed on a motion by the state. The complainant was Charles j Radford 1312 South ave. Princeton. Warrants alleging delivery of two worthless checks pending against Diane Blankenship Box 1792, Princeton were dismissed on motions by the state. The complainants were Kroger a Bluefield Plaza. And Sears Mercer mall Shott represented the state. By Wilson Ramsey daily Telegraph sum writer Tazewell a. A excessive sodium intake is just one of several factors which May influence development of High blood pressure or hypertension. But the average american does consume More sodium than recommended says Dorothy Hamilton. Hamilton program director of the diary and food nutrition Council of Bristol addressed a gathering of persons wanting More information about High blood pressure and their diets in a meeting sponsored by the Tazewell county nutrition committee held Here wednesday at the Tazewell county Extension office. A it seems for certain people within our society they have a very unrealistic concept of what diet May or May not do so far As preventing controlling certain types of diseases a she said. A High blood pressure or hypertension tends to be one of those abuse is Only one Factor so far As High blood Hamilton noted a High blood pressure is no different in that respect from coronary heart disease in that there Are a whole Gamut of factors that work together and no one thing causes a particular condition. So we do think its important for people to get this into perspective. A lot of people the minute they Are diagnosed As being hypertensive most of them immediately say a and i always cringe when i hear this a because the first thing that comes to mind is usually Salt or sodium. And they done to Stop to think that there a a whole Gamut of other things that we have to take a look at. And in a not criticizing the doctors. But i think at times that has been caused because that tends to be the one Factor that the doctor zeroes in participants were asked to fill out a a sodium lifestyle quiz a which helped them estimate their Overall sodium intake. The quiz covered sources of sodium in the diet the addition of Salt to food flavor enhancing ingredients processed foods fast foods and snack foods. There Are a lot of people who do abuse sodium Hamilton noted. A one Teaspoon of table Salt has approximately 2,000 milligrams of sodium Quot she said. A processed food in our society May be a Factor that we done to have that much control Over because when you Are thinking about the different processes that we order to preserve our food Supply most of those processes we re involved or the manufacturer is involved in using sodium or added sodium a she said. A but we do need to learn How to manage the processed foods in our diet a Hamilton added. Concerning fast foods Hamilton noted a we have some people in our society who have about every meal in fast foods restaurants. We re not saying you eat at fast foods restaurants. What we re saying need to learn How to manage your diet with those foods included. So its a management Type Hamilton added that heavy slackers probably need to examine what they Are eating. A sodium is needed. It is an important nutrient. But you need to consume in the Range of 1,100 to 3,300 milligrams of sodium a a on the average now in the United states americans Are consuming about 3,600 up to almost 6,000 milligrams of sodium a Day a she said. A was a group of people we Are Over the recommendation. A a Hamilton added a sodium is found naturally in found in milk. Its found in fruits and sodium also occurs in areas other than cooking processed and fast foods Hamilton noted. Drugs such As aspirin antacids laxatives and sleep aids contain sodium. Softened drinking water also May be a source of sodium and Hamilton indicated that some persons May find it necessary to drink bottled water. She stressed it is important a to know a Little bit about your persons desiring to learn More about sodium can write to the . Government printing office can Check food labels or can Psyhos 9 sinner a shf"�?T1p i i i i i i tvs i a a 4s-ar1 j Mommy i i i i a on eos Oto a opt Vino a g s a a voc a it a even write to the corporate Headquarters of the fast foods chains she said. A hypertension is a condition that is very More completely know exactly what causes this particular problem a she said. A we can identify factors and we think these factors stick she identified some known factors heredity cigarette smoking obesity inadequate dietary Calcium and potassium Lack of exercise and emotional stress. Some lifestyle recommendations for persons with a blood pressure concern include having blood pressure checked regularly moderating intake of processed convenience and fast foods and tasting before salting. Hamilton said a there is not an absolute. Everybody a lifestyle is different. We can to just say this is what everybody is going to do. 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