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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES. St. Paul, VA, Thursday, December 31. 2009 ~,:;::~ ~ / " [; ] f:: .L .411 I Happy birthday , ~I " 1 ~ .,=ill I 1 • A gathering of friends and ~ 1 l | .' I l • family is planned to celebrate ~ [ • []~ 1 ,~ A1 1 • the 92 birthday of Beatrice Hale of Castlewood She wa ....... I • .- - ' born on December 23, 1917 STORYTIME...The Storytime Christmas party was held on December 14 at the She attends Cherry Grove ~ i J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library. Pictured here is special guest Santa with Baptist Church and a pari time art~c~ ate of the ] storytime children who attended. Storytime will resume its regular schedule on ' p ' p Oxbow Wednesday, January 6, 2010 at 10"00 a.m. with a kick off for the Winter Adul yCare m St. Paul. Reading Program "Snuggle up wlth Peter Rabbit". ~ Ii The Christmas Tree exhibit at the Oxbow ; includes this tree decorated by ':( : Kids' Central Head Start. .... ! i: Tip" for &gging" out with' common sense Stress, strains, accidents and advantage. Flooring the acc~!i( other dangerous conditions often orator pedal rarely helps and ~ accompany a snowstorm. A1- result in an unexpected arid" though thousands of drivers are potentially uncontrollably dan- digging their cars out from this gerous acceleration. But, by winter's snow, a sore back, rocking the car with quick fender:benders and serious in- forward and reverse movements juries do not have to be the you can often use the weight and inevitable result. To get off to a force of the car to push out and safe start, experts advise some over snow. common sense tips. In a Skid? If once you're: "Clear the tailpipe of any on the road you go into a skid,' -" snow before you even start your turn in the direction of the skid'.. car engine," advised Ray It may seem counterintuitive '~ Palermo, director of public role- first and even a little scary whorl tions for Response Insurance, a doing it, but turning into the sldtd national car insurer. "And, if the is your best chance to regfiih n " " "- s ow ~s above the bottom ofsome tractmn. If you have antl- y0 ar_2.. :ig,a hole thr0 ghfi ’ ,lock brakes, apply firm and Sr/~e~:mid-secti0ff'~]~~. continuous pr~ssdre. If you do ears ~i~rb0~ tO fzdlow L' ~y" not have anti-i~c& brakes, mimic leaks from your exhaust system that effect by pumping the to vent as well." Without proper brakes. ventilation, deadly gases canUp...and Down - When y(iu quickly build up in the passenger are heading up an icy or snow compartment. In addition, he covered hill you'll have the be$t suggested: chance of safely making it up by See & Be Seen - Clearingapproaching it at a slow speed the ice and snow from your and maintaining it at a stead~ I windshield and rear window is a rate. Avoid sudden stop, qui~ good start, but don't stop there- accelerations and jerky motion}i the headlights, taillights and side When heading down, shift into a view min:ors are essential for lower gear before making yodr visibility. And, don't forget to descent and maintain a slow I F ...... -, The Christmas Tree exhibit at the Oxbow Center clear away snow from the hood steady speed, rather than relying ( /" -- )[ includes this tree decorated by Food City. and roof, which will only blow on your brakes to improve 11 /--, ,, t amonff our many/t:, .......... _ ...... onto your windows again, and traction. onto the cars behind you. • • • • • • • • / G~ ) i(.,,0f]c., blessings, ll~ 1~O'~,~L~ MANU C~COUPON EXPIRESI,4,,0 ;~1~,~,/' • • , ••••••••0 Avoid Stress & Strum - It s • , :] 1 1| /0 ]istheprivilege " , " n tempting to get your car cleared .I JAN I~JN,17o2010 [, of having /t lID'S-- InFmr:dMir~leReate: ! off in the first attempt, but if •'~: you're not physically up to the • /" "oDd friends ["i ,. ., ,0,....,,.o =. 0.,0 .Y o, task take ,t ,o br,n a" 00"0m0""'.: I/ ('7" i,nll/llAt/U and neighbors /1' !IiI~~I~sq. fl~. friend r hiT 1 1-w' .m -" o e a oca to lng • mmmmm- ....... •, I i company. . /'~ ~|~{]~[~|[{}~•; • J~n.,,nAn,-~. n like "ou in! imle, n we, . Cannot start fires .FulUfactorywarranty, Rock It? If digging and • ~l'll£.l~'llN/~ll~ • ; I/ll ,--/In V |~vfir''('--l] Y " [n~[l: Ullll,._-~~!llll~~4~ .Safe around kids& pets .MoneyBaCkGuarantee ,', spreading of sand near the • M0vie H0tline LIU UIII~W; :: " • . • ................ wn Norton, VA , I/(J ' |i! Ilqlll[il] l 4 -87 .-/,-497c4od426T II wheels still doesntget you out- • /nr~t,~d in 13nwntn e' • ' • i Must Mention L;OUDOn L;O use your car's we,gnt to your • n0rt0ncinema.com : I/ CASTLEWOOD FHNFR&/ Hf3Mr: /1:, IU~ CallNow. SuppliesUmited ' ............. • ............................ - ................... I I " *********** ": I/ Castlew00d, VA 24224 Funeral Director Manager /1! IF I Your ad :: 276/762-0764 a~ 0wheT ~ ~ ' 17)~ . . . ' be here! i i : Phone762-5800 Ernie Keith, Phar,nac.t I t/ lr~Li t,x I1~ Your hometown pharmacy ,, LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CIT ~ • • Pharmacy & Your Health I I/ V,'~, ,n, ,'V" ^, Ii. '" : " L:I : Mitral Valve Prolapse I/ l .au II L • v,,tra, va,veoro,aose~,v, VP~,sar, a,~norn~a,it~.o*t,~er~,tra, v~,ve.. ,, ..__...__ __.__.__., '" ~:il ~l~ii I /,~!;~:°:!ii~l The mitral valve is the valve that controls blood flow between the I :l/ IM NT TIUIlM lU = :! .," | : left chambers of the heart. Normally. blood only flows from the left I I/ • TMm-- • • v v mm ~m • v • ~ ]l' ii "'" i. t • : • atrium to the left ventricle. When the mitral valve does not work I I| ~ '!" II ° i properly, blood can flow back into the atrium, known as mitral valve I I/ II .... -L t'.. . .................... •" regurgitation. The valve may prolapse. Symptoms of MVP.inolude I I/ " "" II . " shortness of breath, anxiety, and chest pain. Atrial fibrillation is aI Lii _ANI,,__OTH~[~FROG6^ ^.. I~'i possible complication of mitral valve regurgitation which may be _ . ~,- "~=,- ~, , h.m.aybel u/ n,ou/-,uvu, u,ou rl lU associated with palpitations, and can lead to increased risk ofI 1| ......... • - - I1' 1 , I I,: stroke. • Lifestyle changes, such as aer°bic exercise and stress reducti°n' l i/ end 4:30 PM II ='° == 1 :~:~ • i}' can help to alleviate signs and symptoms of MVP. Persons.who I I/ s only fiu:h]£ to [ • [ IT$’0Mfll0AfB " ].: experience ar, xiety may be .:..'esc, bed an anti-anxiety med c on. I i l . / A LY:I:I o/ "i suchasparoxetine(Paxil) orsertraline(Zoloft).Beta-blockers, suchl I| I 1 :L 9: j:: as atenolol (Tenormin) and carvedilol (Coreg) may be prescribedI I/ P (") RC)y Q,qQ II for people experie~clng s~Ipitations. Vasodilator medications, suchI I/ ........... II I ; """ "" I , [ fEnnmt--, 1 i as angiotensin-conw .ding enzyme inhibitors and angiotensi[1 I1[ || I o.hmnnn VA 9dgNN II receptor blockers may be useful for those with mitral regurgitation. I II ...... ":'" ....... II t I • / DALLY' 1"00 • 4'10 / i, i ~,~ .'~ [ • [ 7"05 • 9"35 PMJ Persons with atrial fibrillation may be prescribed antiarrhythmic [ I[ w/rv, corn [I " " ': l ~r~-LO. 1 • ~ ,; medications, such as amiodarone (Cordarone) or sotalolI I/ ~1 /[Tire Servlc° /t "lr rm=~a:,H0,,.,,/3" (Betapace)., Surgery ofthemitralvalvemaybenecessary. I I| PhoneDh'"" roT,I 889-R'qO-1qRn]380 rl " ': ,. v • DAILY'9"15 PM We NowCarry $1 I I/ (276) II . = • " " 3(. • A D • ,$'! . ,c.. _ctK. .... ,' $1.00 items[. ,,, I I1 Fax (276) 889-1388 1[ tl .~ 70~-.)501 |I ,," f~,LLSTADIUM SEATING U ITORIUMsALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND ~..il" .’.. See us for all your health and beauty needs ~1 I It " " In, | 5t. Paul, VA [ ** ,,,,, ,~,,,,, :; • ,7 PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 "'J IL - __ .,..o.o.............. 7,2010 Heat up to 1000 sq. ft. for Pennies a da! Ernie's Drug and Gifts Phone 762-5800 Ernie Keith, Pharnmcist Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY