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2 - Hinton News Tues. July 3, 20i2 l More and More People are Reading our Newspaper ii I 1 Because a recent survey found that The HINTON NEWS is the favored source for three out of five for local news and advertising items. Save $$$. Call (304) 400=0005 Monday through Friday, or send this coupon to the address below and we will bill you for your 52 week subscription. Name (please print) Address City State .Zip TEAR & MAIL TO: THE HINTON NEWS P. O. BOX 1000 HINTON, WV 25951 J Letter to the Editor Holy Spirit or B. S. Dear Editor: The Holy Spirit has never endorsed abortion or men living with men or women with women in sexual relationships. The Holy Spirit definitely does not endorse going against Israel and the Jewish people. It does not endorse worshipping creation but B. S. Endorses all of this. Romans Chapter one verses 17-32 should teach us that there are a lot of reprobate minds in Washington and America. It it's not so, then we would not be in the shape that we are in. Are you led of the Holy Spirit or full of B.S. ' If this angers .you, take it to the Lord in prayer. Brother In Christ Orbra B. Sonny Angell, Pastor Hinton River Ecology Adventure for Alderson Elementary Students The students from all the grades at Alderson Elementary School took a walk on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 to the Greenbrier River Interpretive Center. Once there, they were educated on various aspects of river ecology. This outing was a part of Sustainability Week at the school, a week organized to provide fun exposure to important community resources and explore themes of sustainability. NPS Park Ranger Mark Bollinger hosted an exhibit about life in the river which featured crayfish, macroinvertebrates and other small aquatic creatures which could be handled and touched. One of the students squealed, "Can I hold the big one?" Volunteer Kevin Johnson used a homemade cedar canoe to teach about traditional canoe-building techniques. Tools For Rent! IN W. VA. Hilldale Community Park, Rt. 3 East of Hinton. Bldg. w/kitchen facilities, bathrooms, inside and outside. 7 picnic tables, 4 under shelter. Huge field for children to play, including ball field away from vehicle traffic. Great for reunions, birthday parties, meetings, etc. Excellent Rates. Call 466-1451, 466-3441, 466-7110 or 660-7156 for details. N _ = AmeriCorps VISTA Amanda O  I (e ] Sandidge from Friends of the Lower , Geemhe':t about the BEST KEPT Si. , . .... imomce 0 ccreature m the river ecosystem, and how they can be indicators of water quality. Alderson Main Street President, Judy Lewallen, opened the GRIC especially for the students. She said, "It is great to see all these kids here. We hope they will come back and bring their parents when the scale model of the Greenbrier River watershed is completed by members of Friends of the Lower Greenbrier River." NO EXCUSE! This is Mahatma. He is pictured here snuggling with Alex Miller. Mahatma died yesterday afternoon. The cause was internal bleeding due to parasitic infestation. Mahatma was malnourlshed when he was picked up by animal control. He would have gone to a loving home. But ACWP was unable to get him to treatment In time. Take care of your pets. They deserve more then what Mahatma got. ! Coming Soon Date: July 8 Time: 11:00 a.m. Loauon: Church of the Living God Madams Creek Road Madams Creek, WV .,For More Information call 419-271-8935 / CRIMES AGAINST THE RAILROADS Part 6 of 8 parts While the C. & O. Railway was having its problems with the criminal element, it was by no means alone. Throughout the United States, railroad companies were experiencing the same problem ..... On Christmas Eve, 1912, four masked bandi.ts held up and robbed a passenger train on the Chicago and Alton Railway. They secured a sack of corporation bonds and many other valuable items from the express ear. They were in the process of dynamiting the safe open in the express car when they became frightened and left the train. They were apprehended. The previous day, Dec. 23, 1912, a Hinton man contributed greatly to some headaches for the Virginian and N. & W. Railroads. He was employed as a freight train engineer for the Virginian and started celebrating Christmas a little early by indulging heavily in barley corn. In an intoxicated state, he entered the roundhouse of the N. & W. Railroad at Bluefield, took charge of engine No. 908, took a joy ride and after about one-half mile trip crashed into engine No. 1322 partially demolishing both engines. The joy rider was found in the wreckage with a big hole in his head, some broken ribs, a broken arm and internal injuries. He was taken to a Bluefield hospital and when he recovered sufficiently, was arrested on a charge of theft. While the notorious Jesse James Gang was running rampant, robbing trains, the State of Utah had its gang known as the "Utah Bandits." On January 4, 1911 the Southern Pacific Railroad's most celebrated passenger train running between Chicago and San Francisco, the "Overland Express," train No. 1 was held up. Two porters in the car resisted and were shot to death. The gun fire awakened the passengers and two of them were wounded by gun shot but not seriously. While one of the men stood at the entrance of the car brandishing a revolver, another went through collecting money and jewellery from the passengers. Several sack fulls of valuables were collected from the train and the, desperadoes disappeared into the darkness of night, their means of transportation unknown. Conductor Cunningham notified the train dispa.tcher of the S. P. Railroad at Ogden concerning the hold-up. A special train was dispatched to Reece Station with a posse of twenty-five armed men but the Utah Bandits had vanished leaving no trail whatever to be followed. Back on the C. & O. a considerable amount of excitement was created near Huntington, W. VA., when on May 21, 1913, an attempt was made to kidnap a girl passenger who was riding train No. 14 with her mother. Mrs. Joseph Lovejoyand her daughter, Vira, age 19, boarded No. 14 at Guyandotte enroute to St. Albans. A Huntington resident who was a passenger on the train witnessed the entire event but was unaware of a kidnap attempt until it was all over. He witnessed Mrs: Lovejoy and Vira when hey boarded the train and took their seat. He also saw a man named Henry "/Vatson enter the coach and take a seat directly behind them. When lo. 14 stopped at Wilson's Switch, a flag stop just east of Guyandotte, the man. got up, took the girl by the arm and they both proceeded down the aisle toward the exit door. He had almost succeeded getting the girl off the train when Mrs. Lovejoy suddenly realized what was happening. She jumped to her feet and with a scream of rage grabbed the girl's other arm and for of his named George Statts, age 21, of Guyandotte, who had for sometime professed his love for her daughter. The man who witnessed the entire affair stated the girl had made no effort whatever to avoid the kidnapping and, in fact, it appeared she was quite willing to leave the train with her abductor. Continued next week. Council on Aging This is a weekly publication of the Summers County Council on Aging Inc'., 120 Second Ave., Hinton. Funded in part by the WV Bureau of Senior Services, Appalachian Area Agency on Aging, other grant and local resources and donations. Any older persons is encouraged to participate in the program regardless of race, creed, handicap or national origin. The Summers County Council on Aging is an equal opportunity employer. Wednesday, July 4, Independence Day Holiday Closed. Thursday, July 5, BBQ Chicken, Macaroni Sala Corn, Mixed Fruit, Whole wheat Bread, Margarine/ Milk. Activities: Exercise Downstairs At 11:00 a.m. Bingo At 10:15 a.m. Friday, July 6, Roast Beef/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Angel Food Cake, Strawberries Whipped Topping, Whole wheat Bread, Margarine/ Milk. Activities: Birthday Party Special Singing By: Buck & Nikki Stanley At 11:00 a.m. Monday, July 9, Cubed Steak, Peppers & Onions, Rice, Mixed Vegetables, Watermelon, Whole Wheat Bread, Margarine/Milk. Activities: Bible Study With Rev. Don Hannah At 11:00 a.m. , 'Masked bandits boarded the train .a few seconds there was a tug-of-war Tuesday, July I0, Baked t ee tabon,,a .s.h.5 /.sfo.nA_etwee: mother and abaiictbr.' " Chtcken;,Glazed Carrots, Corn, rom the terminal at  Origen, LTtl, ' 'Realinghis'attempt to take th irl : "Mixed Fruit, Whole Wheat Bread; : after signaling the train 'tb'a Stel5 from the train was 10st, he relaed " 'Margarme/Mflk.Actwltms: Patriotm SERVICES Services will be held each Sunday at Second Baptist Church, 212 James Street. Everyone Welcome. LETTERS POLICY Letters are welcome, but no more than one letter each month will be accepted from the same writer. Preference will be given to letters of 300 words, or less. Longer letters may be shortened or rejected Letters must be signed and must include an address and phone number. The telephone number will not be published. Letters by E-mail will not be accepted unless followed up with a signed letter. Letters will be edited for grammar, spelling, taste, syntax, and libel. Names will not be withheld. Address them to Letters to the Editor, P. O. Box i000, Hinton, WV 25951. !: :Z Slow Computer? ,iComputer acting up? 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She claimed he was doing it for a relative' Summers Count9 4 H Hosts Poker Run On May 19, the Summers County 4-H Leaders Association and Summer County 4-H All Stars sponsored a Motorcycle Poker Run. With 40 riders and co-riders, over $800 was raised to help send Summers County youth to county and state 4-H camps. The leaders and All Stars wish to thank the following businesses and individuals Otter and Oak, McDonalds, Bluestone State Park, Kirk's, First Century Bank, Mnssie Insurance, Nationwide Insurance, Bobcat Fitness Center, City of Hinton Water Park, Jarrelrs Exxon and Kroger. Food and set up was provided by the leaders and All Stars. Special thanks to Buster and Barbara Thompson of Talcott for the donation of prizes for the Statioxa for hosting the ride and raffle: House of Hair, United Cycle,. providing coffee and pastries for the Beckley Honda, Richmond's Store, riders. For more information on In the Wind in WVA, Barbara Summers County 4-H, please Thompson, City National Bank, contact Lesley Woodrum at Worth Honda and Kawasaki, Jean 304.466.7113 or Thompson with Beauty Control, the Lesley.Woodrum@mail.wvu.edu. Sugar Haven, Chestnut Revival, Dance Wear Red, White or Blue At | 10:00 a.m. ] COOLING Menu changes may occur due to PLUMBING availability of food or due to ELECTRICAL circumstances beyond our control. RESIDENTIAL SPECIAL EVENTS The Historic Graham House, Rt. 3, Lowell is available for reunions, parties, meetings, weddings, receptions, etc. Indoor with large kitchen, dinning room, picnic tables & shelter outside, restrooms & outdoor area for recreation. For rates and availability call 304-466-3321. CONSTRUCTION wv LIC. # 03177 PL 04885 .-..- $I.ON  WORK YO DATACORTABEC STRET_CH tYO_U R RETIREMENTDQ_LL'ARS  . 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