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+: o tlce 2 - Hinton News Tues. April 18, 2017 r ..................... ,-I Are you troubled by someone's I More and More People are Reading our Newspaper I drinking? A]-Anon Family Group l - i can help. To help them, you have to ~~ ~ help yourself first. " [ ~:~-,:~ - [ , Meetings every Monday nights I I : 7:00 p.m. behind the Child Advocacy [ ~~~ I ' Center at 411 Temple Street. For + I ................... more information call: 466-2760. : Y , Main Street Care I Because a recent survey found that The + STANDARD TIME: based on the s passing the en+neers was slow Womed by this I NOW Accepting I I HINTONNEWS is the favored source ! The following rules were in effect highest point overhead- the local tragedy, Webb C. Ball, a I n,h,,~#~ D~,, e~nel I [. ! for three out of five for local news and ! intheJan. 1,1899 Book of Rules of "noon. _Slnce noon occ_urs about one watchmaker and railroad I rllVil, l~ rely ?,,u I down through the years with someof westward movement across the watches with perfect accuracy were I . l I I theC.&O, and have continued minute later for each thirteen enthusiast, concluded that fine l MedicaidPatlents I advertising items. Save $$$. Call i expansion and additions: country, the time a tram used to necessary. He designed the first l A sma|l nursing home Ideated I [ II 466 OOO iI "l. Standard time, obtained from arrive or depa~ was de..pendent on standard railroad watch and set up 1 on Srd floor of summers1 l the Washington Observatory, will be its pont of orxgm or destmatiom the industry's first coast-to-coast" | county hospital. I i( l Monday through Friday, or send this coupon to i telegraphed daily from designated Even with a good waFh, the pre- watch inspection service. I a4.4l#LMIQa l offices to all points at l2 o'clock noon, 1883 railroader had to be a rumor The partnership ofa railroad man 1 Jv-- .vv vv.v 1 l the address below and we will bill you for your 52 l eastern time. ma nema iclan ~o ca_iculare w.1~n and his watch is less specific in this = . l week subscription. - [ 2. Watches that have been reasonable accuracy the time of hm age of centralized traffic control than -~ ~# ~ I i[ I [ examined and certified to be a train's, expected arrival atit was in the days of single track, I JaCK s Bargain I destmatxon To md travelers of the tram order r I Name i designated inspector must be used " ailroading. As anyI | T,o~+AA k,~+ .... | I ' ilwa nd ~wa~ L,~ h~ n ctors en~dnemen firemen period, Appleton s Ra y a railroader will agree, shortwave _~ co du , ~,- , . . . [:i[ Address I and brakemen Steam Navlgahon guide radio and train dispatching by IAdvanced Auto Par S and I I ' ( redecessor of today's official 1 " " P e ectronlcs are necess toda 3. Watches of conductors and , dry y. I Save-A-Lot [ # I ) [ CiW State Zip l enginemen must be compared before Railway,~,.. Guide), ,.pubhshed--r,Thiswas ana Time We telegraph, operators whoI xxuu~v.~ ..... ~vxuu-o~v~#^" o~, xu-#~n ,7 1 - ~" o n,~ .~- ..... ~th ~ el,ck anauls~ancemmcam, worked at termmals such as Hinton l I ,, [ [ s arun , ..... . mp, w ..... - ...... = ..... I TEAR & MAIL TO: i designated as a standard clock, the theelavratehme anatable'whlCnummncerepresenteatrom l~ew can appreciate the close association I ~unaay t-t. I time when watches are compared .......... of conductors and engineers with | Phone 681-207-7347 I : [ THE HINTON NEWS [ must be registered on the prescribed xorK ana wasnlng~on, u.~., fo their watches as they compared time I g~ ...... ~ ,~A ~l~l, ~,,~ l + I P.O. BOX 1000 I form" principle cities east of the with the standard clock in "HX" I vv,,~v~,~a,u ~,.~,~=~ vt,~ I l HINTON, WV 25951 l The following is taken from The Mississippi aiver. By comparing the telegraph office. These comparisons | our bargams, l local "noon" time in Washington; for a L __ ~ ........ __ __ .......... J Train Dispatcher and used by were taken with extreme care and - _~__-.~-^., example, with that of St. Louis and accurac,, ............. HEALTHC ArE .......... , subtractmg the dtfference, the O rm If there exists an inseparable ........ . U inds eye can visualize such I~::,~=~"~,?~TZ I travelercomage~somemeaozaDou~ men as en ne r L uartnership in railroading, it is gi e R. . Payne going I ,,'""~"___.'.~'~-~]~_+[ : - between a railroad man and his when he would arrive. But at best out on No. 2; J. E. Payne for No. I; I ~ru ,,~n.ursoay I thm was an educated guess PUBHC F--RUMO watch. In a job where seconds have ......... . W. H-Arrington for passenger train [ ~u~s:~ ._ l to be met accurately, interpreted ~neranroaawa~cn, ml~smo~.e.rn service; George S. Hoover, conductor I ~, ,~=..~,=,,,~U-,l~,,,. [ versmn, was not to come until eight on local ssen r precisely, and acted upon exactly, ...... d pa ge train No. 16; I ~~aam~,o~z pro. I has made railroaders the most time- years ar~er ume was maue s~ana .dr . Marion Kesler, conductor for a coal " ' .... '" ~ '" "" ~'"" conscious individuals in the world. On April 19, 1891, two trams drag; G. W. Coleman, engineer for a ---ucc~AS S'! "~-~ovemberll 1883 the rammed together at Kipton, Ohio, manffest train and many many more LETTERS POLICY I i~i American railroads ga've standard and eleven people died. as they compared and registered for .Lettersart~=e~emb3~hn~vi~l~: [ S time to the nation Before that, each Investigation showed that the wreck their runs than one ~e~ I f h count set its clock have been averted except for the fact Time marches on accepted from the same writer. I section o t e ry " . .. , " Preference will be 'yen to letters of [ by local or "sun" time, a calculation tha~ the watch carried by one of the 300 words or less~ Longer letters ii . ..~,.,=,~ ~_ DONATIONS OF BOOKS may be shortened or rejected. I ~r-~ll l~~j! .~ ~-~_~_~_ [] ~ need of books for their FreeBooks I number. The telephone number will | ro ram We would : By Shalom Tazewell insurance coverage through the m~^.~l,~ c .... h-',~,~ ='^r ~~h and Wellness For Kids p g not be published. Letters by E-mail | r~vla~ J=o~.,,. q@ ~v ~ n appreciate any donation of books for I will not be accepted unless followed / ~:-" Over 30 people attended the Affordable Care Act. Can Find It In Numbers children0fall ages, from pre-school up with a signed letter. / ~::Summers County Huddles first Continued efforts by Congress to (NAPS)+While many people are -+ + _ -_ :-__..::,v,:r~ + to high school. No text books please- sne~:e:~al~teb~,es~n~df~rE3n~Mea~: I f~;public forum on Thursday, April 6 repeal and replace the Affordable familiar with the phr=e"rSt:~3ge? h: ~-~n~ ...... We have served Summers County [ ~ameswill not be withheld. " | ~::at the Memorial Building in Hinton. Care Act have proposed the in numbers:' not every e " t with this program since August of [ Address them to Letters to the [ ~-.The event featured Perry Bryant, following changes to the ACA: important role community and social ~ 1993, and have given over 20,000 l Editor, P. O. Box I000, Hinton, WV l r~ " founder of West Virginians for * No preventive care interactions play in achieving exercise ..... ~ books to children of all ages. All ,1 25951. ., l ~: Affordableand DorisHealthselko,Carethe (WVAHC),southern conditions" No coverage for pre-existing goals andbalanc~den::~t::t~mon Inn ~~Ji~,~~ donations____~.j ~....--..wuld be greatly ~ .; ningG:;:Pa :::~ty of benefits you fight. I~lllll gionai Co0rdinator of WVAHC. . Hi,her charges for women :, vall The forum opened with'~esldent~ ...... i:'-No "c~'verage for druK .++~js++.oat~j~~a+i~pnef' : .... , ..... ++ ................. ,,+ .......