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2 - Hinton Tues. Sept. II, 1990 " !the three men then leaped acres ..................... "-7 [I the three-and-a-half-foot gap a~ More and More People are Reading our Newspaper , / boarded the ACL run a-way who~ ~-~ ,-- -~..~.-.~ aL .~-- ! i speedometerthenshowedaspeedd r'.- I~ ~a~_~,~m~ I 20 miles r hour The en "he wal ; .J~.:L ~ , --~,i" :11 ~: 2~.. '.~i ~ ~i~ i." ~i [d~rl~ I i brought to a stop and the sixty-sevea ~~~4',-.~~~ I , mile race was over. IV ~.~~ ;~ ~~lll~=~ I | Trainmaster Frank Bickers, Jr, Hen '~ Z ~,'l~!~ ]~r-~-j,~l~ ', i was a former Train Dispatcher i~ /! ~ ~ ~ {~ ~~l~ [~ "~ ,/~ ~~ II l - " | t]ae Richmond, Vs. office and will be iPnm 0~ ~ "~l&~1~t ~ ~I~ "JJ I ~ ..... remembered as a former Assistant ~* I j IL1/v j # sj~ "i'rammaster on Alleghany SubdivP was Because a recent survey found that The I . seen. Ball .......... , -- - -- . -- train Dispatcher Haden kept the HINTON NEWS IS the favoreo r~u source I switches open and a clear route for s .... , "~R for three out of five for local news and I the 240 into Strathmore. Bryant ' Illm~lm~~~ advertising items. I ~led a special crew at Strathmore, , . . ! in H I engine 5808, engineer Leslie Bell, , ,~ , : met QI~=M IUllg liD i ::' Fireman John Banton and Conduc- I , :- .7"" ,! I I L.JlUll lUlL LJ1--. torH Simmons Strathmore is the I ~[-~~ I ......... ....... .......... .............. ~ ........................ ~ west end of double track and Bremo Send me a full year of THE HINTON NEWS (52 , .... : . I I : of S I :i;i:i~!~!:~i~ii~ii~::~:i~:i~:~:::~ :~ ~ :~: , ...... " the east end, two miles to the east issues)atthelowbask:subscriptk nrateof$11.50 , :::::..': .............. ~. ......... ! ........ !:~!:~! ~i i:~i~ii:i ~ ............ I i. : [ : Sepl ~;;~;~i~:~:t~i~:~i~:~;~;~;~ ?. :~:~::.~ :~:~.;:~:~,~: ~ mr. ~Nu[cycom~e ~OOK charge or the (In state resk ents add 69 cents state tax.) I : ....... I i sho I ~~.."*.':':~:~:,~!i:~ :] ~i~:~:~: :~:~:~:~:~:;:~:~: :~::~:::~:::: ::::::::~i~, :~ l~:.::~i specml crew ana mey proceeaea ~o .... ~~:~:~:?'*.:.~'~ ~..: ~':;'.i,::i::.i:i:!:!:i ~:~i:i:i:~:i:*i:;:i:i:'::::~r,:: :~ ~ Bremo to awmt the arrival of ACL I~! l~ark I B Ully "~commercmls neamng oac~ John~ ~! Road ill~Il ahead of the ACL 240. Frank B,ck- ~a ~ run-a-way 240..=MnL,~oCALVES I i '-[ R~e.~ch s~ fftstthe nchna~ , : :: -~le Cou MotLeft Hei 0 Add~ I I I ~ ~ ~1 ~ After a wait of about twenty ~ Ora I ~ J[ ~ i ~i ~ minutes, the rumble of the diesel i a co:lV ........ I ~ III / ~ ~ could be heard off in the distance. I ~[.~,,;=~.'~ 1~^|.*.... I , ~I ~ The motors could be heard louder I'L'Yu''''" I ' ther M" -a"ment is enclosed !~ ti~ ~] ~::::~':' i~ and louder as the engine came into I Glaucoma Pressure I : Cre~ 7 7 be I -" " i !, , , ~ [i !i![~ ~ ~'~i~"~!~i:~ ] ~ v~ew. The three knew the danger I I : Nice Pleau allow up to 3 weeks for delivary of the first copy I ~ !I ~ ~ ~;i~:~ ~: ~ facing them but they also knew it I .................... I TEAR& MAILTO: THE HINTONNEWS I ti J was nowornever. They hard y had : """ : cob P O BOX1000 !~ ~ ~i~#ii~ ! ........... ~ ; i~ time to reflect on anything except a I ' : ,:!!::.:.:: ....... .... RINTON,~NV25951 | i' ~ ~ ~~" .... :~]i.':~ fulfillment of the company's rule o oo" ...................... -" I ]I I! ~..~ ~:~ reading, "In case of danger to the I ~ in each eye. In' la-uc a I 1 Ill ~ Illilllm~ ~::!::~ i i~ ~!!i ~iiii:iii~ ~ffl~:i [ Company's property, employees I normal drah~do~occur~l i atS -- " l~ ~ ~ mw ~ : !i!ii~] !:iii! !::i]il ~ ~~ must unite to protect it." I ~'~i, n.id ~,=- I i ..... :x : "~ ~,~ :. ~ .~ '" :~ :::::: ~ ~--~-: ' l..-1 l~ l...=. II ill ~~i .... ................... ~ ~'-'~.Lx~ And o ............ ' ..... i. .......... ~... ,., ....... , ........ :: ::~ :;: : ;::::ii~ : :: .... ~: - , :!: .F~:I.~ ~ engane came near, Nuttycombe took .lliil~. ::~:: " ..... ' : ] a sition on the le front runnin : ial fi Most Misunderstood Vested Right ...... o., . ........ ,po , .ft , g -in 0 . ............. :. ,~..~ ..; ..::.:....~. .:_.~l ........... board, B~cKers on the ~e[c rear plat- I u.,~,_ ~u _p~7 ~, u.a =~ =--,$.m- I ' T Dear Fred,. liberty also means the right to live ~ .... '~'~. .. ~ ~ .......................... "~" ....... ~ .~ e,u~ .... ,, u~,uJ x"~u~er .... Just" ...... maCK OI cue II ~"-~"."c"~ntlv r~dnc~ ....... nm~_ r~_ll~ ."--rim ft..._ Ii Ows Mostly, when one speaks of lib and work in the United States of " " e .......... i nets me. ann rmrrrmmm, ~ nt i " . .... ngme caD. r~ngmeer Dell, like a i -7-----, ---- r .............a i ~ p ertyrights, he or she is referring to America without fear, therightto - ConetructingtheOver-headbmdgemHintonm1928.Carl r " , ..... elay runner, w~th his hand on the " Adk = from mcar own nvate re the n ht to Coulter HPnton Millmg Company bmldmg on the mght or thinking of freedom " - p " p perry, g ........................... " throttle slowly moved west letting : ' Sha ceration without due process, . . ~ Most vindication for wrongs,, the right to ~ouses m DaeKgrouno lez r~ r~gnt, l~eue Lmy,~ne ~nanKnn s ACL enTne' 240 pull alongside" and of us don t thmk or are even aware pursuealegalcalhng. Tell her thatand R. H. Honaker homes. Photo Paul D. Marshall and wlthn~t~c]vh~nr] ~r~nthi.~ncrln= I __~U[Ol___I~'~" | that theconstitutional term ~liberty" selling liquor is a legal calling, that Associates Inc. Collection. abreastasthe'plan'l~;anto-un~oid[ I .Eye sPcC.ialists .andre.any. phy- l has a much broader meaning than my license and my business was A RACE IN THE NIGHT:. unknown. When the clerk asked . ~." I SlClaas routmeJy cllec~ tl~ir pa- l . . . W~th Mr. Messer holding ....... - ........................... . " that "my"property, and that the StateIn the transportation and operat- when wouldtheygettheengineback, ]]~ht Mr Nuttvcnm e.rl him I ~~'~1~ I _.o ................... be bra_ - Sun Several monthsago, oneofRaleigh took it without paying compensa- ing departments of the railroad Bryant very clamly answered, "We self while leaning over the~en~ne RegisterHeraldreporterscompletely teen. Will you tell the people thatfor industry, oneneverknowswhatduty have to get it stopped first", and guard rail and usin~ a 30 inch l~ook [ m~.-~.~m~~. _,~p~_~u_u~.~.~.~_nm~ ] care misrepresented a complaint that I me Fre@ . they may be called on to perform, or hundupthephoneformorepressing used ...... . _ ? . . l i, ip Im=VVml i i IV mr packing waste, pneo openI limit I~ee~eit'~ I " '1901 filed against some public officials; a Also tell them that such actions should I say, what unexpected event matters tho.~. __. ~ ..... I ................. I " w " .,.._.,.,_L,L, engan'ecaow]naow.rleCoula I I S criminal complaint stating the ac- as taking property without paying will turn up next. Them ie ai ays Nuttycombe, Bickers and Musserhi .... th ..... a ....... ~-;^~- I ...................... I - ........... . -- ... . . ~ . . , . plal..-a ....... rccuw.~, w,.~. I o~rlol[u~mcoJ[cln~use.A]iD I . ~ :hus] tions agalnst me by local and State tbrltlsrepugnenttotheRepubllcan aanger oicmrallmen~, guiles, ore- were rousea from tne]r sleep ana showed a speed of32 miles per hour, I tmat mcomaworkbvconsltict- I -"198' government officials placed me in Form ofGovernment guaranteed by kenrailsandwashoutebutwho,could having been informed of the event, much toofastfo............ ran nttpmnttnerng~r........ I in~ thp~mil nf the ~vm It ie I fear of my liberty." Article Ill of the U. S. Constitution. ever be prepared for a run-a-way were soon in their automobiles over l ~-~~ ;~'~'.n;," ;; l s She printed this portion of one of I am referring to Ms Dawn Wolfe of engine let alone one making a 67- headed west Mr Nuttycombe ~ he cnn~ratuln hlm~,~lf ~n " __ .....o ...... ted .........l~-~il-~-licv~ I " : "Left my complaints as if it were a joke or the Raleigh Register Herald. mile race in the night. Such was the stopped at a phone box at Erwin to getting the window open, Nutty- I some hloc-ka e of cJmud which I : 'Edv an ignorant gesture by a trouble- Sincerely, case in Richmond, Vs., on the cold check the whereabouts ofthe run-a- coml~ mu.~t haw ~,~t~n~] -r~, T [ ~~~ --the-eve_M~- ] ~ :Ja, maker Tell her for me, please, that Roger L. Crawford night of Dec 30, 1959. way when it streaked by him mak- - ................. " ..... ~."~-' "~ " ' dare stretch myself out rote soace [ "cln which woe-in l is lw-l ir ] i RETIRED SCHOOL - Severaiemployesbecameinvolved ing good speed He jumped in his much further" Therewasl'ttl d'u : 'Cali . . ~ e obt EMPLOYEES TO ~ in the 67 mile race but the six here automobile and raced ahead in an inhismindt nuah ~ha.tr^+,-t,,-A+^ [ ~~/. 'C~ffiO/~i-sc~'~a~" I The SummersCounh, Auodae.,.,,r-r 1. _ "r~_ _1_ ~ named became very much involved: attempt to reach Strathmore well .~.^ u~... -..a .~.L -- ~..~" ..... ~.^ I cm of ~tmcoma m~c'm~. I , 'Nel of Retired School Em-lo-ees Will Nuttycombe, age 54, throttle the ackin hoo'took'old ~Ioe meetSatmor..~...~...:P~Y:.In00 T-~v 1, -- ' Foreman of Engines and Assistant ers checked in at Sabot and Musser andthe'e "Pb g'o:l .n l~K~;-~d~Vh~l ..... ~,,~ ........ : , wasnlncrron ..... ............... ngane egan ~ lOW aown. I ~~-___:.:L_:_:-~=-_--- I " ~Jao in the Board of Education Confer- ~ ~' "zrmnmaster; o. rTanK rockers, or., ac t~olumma and both hurried to One more quick sw'~pe usa'rest the l ~I [lmu wlmHl m y, I Md ence Room _ .~._ ,~ .... age47,Trainmaster;JimC Musser, Strathmore to join Nuttycombe independent brake valve and the I mus rcauclng y ~cssur ram- I TU bli~ ~afJ.ll.,~[" * " " " " Jr, age 42, Chief Special Agent, Meanwhile, back in Richmond, All retired teachers and support Our elected Congressional era- " . . " engine slowed more. In team work, Ireedy" .J c Leshe Bell, Engmeer, L B Bryant, personnel are invited to attend, cauls have finished their month-long ...... " o'..." . ~ I ~ ~ . 11 v^ ........ ^*'o- ana ~-e headin-'a back to age ~Z,w eu~sismnc ~nieZa Dispatcher ....................... l:: ~ i ~at ] and illiam M. H den, Train Dis- ....... : ..... : ::: ~ UNIVERSITY WOMEN Washmgton for the fall seamen. . t ' "low The Hinton Branch of the Ameri- Despite the fact that I encouraged patcher. -- ...... I " ; ate! can Association of Umvermty Women ..... my opoonent to oartlclpate In a se- ~u~ycomoe, l~lcKers ana ~ausser ..... I : :,~:: :::::::*: :=:::::: :::::::~*~:~::::~:~::::::::::~::~:~:~*:**:::*~:*::~*::*::::~*:: : ; Ce~ will have a dinner meeting at River- ries of debates during his Congres- were at home sound asleep, Bryant ili towne on Men. evening, Sept. 17, at sional vacation, he refused to do so. and Haden were on duty in the train ~i! i i 6.00 In f~t ~o T w, dt= the,, 1~tt,~,- ~,~ ~s dispatchers office, Main Street eta- i::i ; ow~ " " " ...... ' ................. ' ......t-ion --" o - Va ~:: College graduates who are inter- not agreed to specific times or places , R]chm nd, . ~: ~ested in joining are welcome to at- for the series of debates I proposed , .Fo~unatel.y, bysinese.w,as al!ttle I tend and are asked to call Patricia last Apr. Many readers may know dght tha~ night due to the nodaays Stackh or butboth, Bryantand Haden were at 'n Hazel Davidson to make that my opponent's colleagues in i MonOay, epteml er 24, :uu I .M. i e Senator thmr duty when suddenl , at 4 05 reservations. Washington, ham ly Y : - V'l~Al~/ikl/,~~ ~va~un~l~f, fwraz, Pv Rockefeller and Congressman Ra- a.m., a track circuit light flashed on i I [-/'~nLIl~l~O H;STORI'~'='%'~L~S~OCIE'~"'Ty hall, have already agreed to a spe- Haden'sCTCboardatSecondStrset ~ ~ ~"O--~~ ard lute |vivi|Ul~l ~ V%,nI.Vi~/ I ~ U.IJ~IJ r.IVl. The Summers County Historicalcific time and place to debate their Y " rchange switch with the IVi~.~l 1~.4~ y~ V%wtV~GI I ~ U .v~ r%lvi. , " res ctive o nents Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. The S~xnety will meet Tues. evem n~, Sept. pe PPO. ............. i m o onent c~tu light ~egan ziasm in a ll, at the Graham House located atUnfortunately y pp . . ng ~A~tg,~#,~t# /~s41,ai[~a~ 00,/~I/Pll l=%ll " Lowell between Hinton and Alder- chooses to deny the voters of the westward direc on mdicating an |V,U| |u y, uutuuur o outs P.M. son. The activities for the evening Second Congressional District an unautho.n~d train or engme was on " /'~ ~ I ~11~I~ ............ op--^rtunity to see and hear both me track. Haden set his eastward 1 ~,~tL-v a,..~,.,~ Will conms~ el a coverea msn inner v" . _ ..... 1 ~ at6:00p.m, followed by a business candidates, thereby denying them mgnale in ~op L~m~on between i Monday, October 29, 8:00 P.M. 1 mcnmona aria ~ammore aria meeting and n,',,.m'am be~dnnin~ at the opportunity to decide who would 1 " " - " - - - 1 7"00 bethebetterrepresontative.AsNov, t Chief Dispatcher 1 CALVES AND YEARLIN~''~ t nd ryant Mr Bryant telephoned The program will be under the draws ever closor and hirty.~co -. - ;-'"." ..... 1 --" "~'~;~.=..'~..~TL.:L'~7~'= ---- 1 ....~ _ _~ ,, ....... o .... ' boc~n to drown out ~uscer tkeat~n, a clerk at the A~b I~U[ IYI U/g Ill UrHtUllU?l o~rec ]on o[ ~wargare~ e~nn ~, o. . ......... " UI IYI Uf~ ?lJ UFIIlUlIUI rounanouse WhO lnlormea nlm r~e * nresident of the Mercer Countyrational issue-oriented discussions, Y 1 A Irl,~.,