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2 - Hinton News Tues. Jan. 28, 2003 Pharmacy & Your Health I l l L More and More People are Reading our Newspaper 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) 466-0005 Monday through Friday, or send this coupon to the address below and we will bill you for your 52 week subscription. Name (plemm point) Address City State Zip TEAR & MAIL TO: THE HINTON NEWS P. O. BOX 1000 HINTON, W/25951 Letter to the Editor Extends Appreciation Dear Editor: The Talcett SchoolAdopt-A-Child for Christmas Committee wishes to extend our heartfelt appreciation to you for your generous contribution. We were able to provide Christmas for 80 children that represented 39 families. It is indeed a joy to witness the appreciativq attitude of the parents for the service you have allowed us to undertake. against your fellow Christian. 9) Thou shalt not forget you are servants for the people. 10) Thou shalt not forget the Lord God father, Jesus son, the holy spirit and mother Mary of God as thy self. Note: The movie Ghosts, starring Patrick Swayze & Demi Moore, graphically depicts persons in black robes dragging murderers into the depths of hell. Folks: The Buck stops when the electorate are in the polling booth and when our last breath takes place. We should pray that our Public Mike, Karla, and I enjoy seeing servants conduct themselves and do the clothing worn by the children what is morally right. Otherwise when they return to school You should see the excitement on their faces when they talk about what they got for Christmas. Your heart and soul should be strongly warmed by knowing you had a help in spreading joy to these children. Remember ... "Little Is Much When God Is In It." Let us thank God daily for His continued blessing and allowing us to pass these they should resign. Don't kid yourself we will all answer to a higher authority after we draw our last breath. I will have comments about Our Mother, "Queen Of America" that is one of her titles in a future letter. I welcome your comments. Sincerely yours, Charles A Maxant P. O. Box 434, Hinton RAIL'ROAD RECOLLECTIONS By Roy C. Long BIG BENDTUNNEL: obstruction, the shock caused A very big obstacle to overcome another mass of material to come in construction of the Chesapeake down burying engineer Alexander and Ohio Railway between CliRon Wilkinson and fireman C. C. Forge, VA., and Hinton, W. VA., was Roadcap. Mr. Wilkinson was carried the tunneling of mountains at many out badly injured but Mr. Redcap locations. One of the largest was the wasn't found until daylight. When mile and one-fourth .long Big Bend found he was sitting on the seat box Tunnel through Big Bend Mountain. dead With this cave-in and those The tunnel, constructed by a following, temporary repairs were Virginia contractor, William R. made but nothing of a permanent Johnson, was started in 1870 and nature. completed in 1872 In its Stlnmer Cm.,nt) Prosecuting construction, two shafts were drilled Attorny, Mr Elhert Fowler became from above which allowed forces to very concerned for the safety of the work in both directions from each traveling public and railroad shaft. The shafts were also used to employees because of the freqeuncy carry out the rocks and dirt as it was of accidents and attempted to brought down. The tunnel was bored negotiate with C. & O. officials to from six different faces and when have the dangerous situation they 'drilled though,' it was a little corrected but met stiff opposition off the engineers plans causing a from Mr. W. B. Ryder, General slight curve near the east end. We Superintendent of the C. & O. remember riding westward between Clifton Forge and passenger trains through the tunnel Huntington. when the change of air pressure In March 1883, Big Bend Tunnel would cause your ears to pop and caved in again due to the decayed you could feel the sway of the car as wooden arching giving away. A it went into the small curve freight train ran into the obstruction The tunnel, named "Great Bend killing the engineer, fireman and Tunnel," was originally arched with head brakeman. wooden timbers. For several years ProsecutingAttorney Fowler, said the arching did its job but with time, because he hadn't been more forceful aided by dampness, the timbers earlier, had the tunnel condemned began to rot and decay causing dirt and forced the railway company to and rocks to fall on the track., take out the old maternal and re- Several accidents within the arch it with brick in a condition for darkness of the tunnel caused injury safety to the public as well as the to several employees, employed of the company. General It was on the night of Monday, Superintendent Ryder became very August 9, 1875, a freight train incensed by Mr. Fowler's action. He, coming west, when about the center Mr. Ryder, was exceedingly of Big Bend Tunnel, ran into a mass unpopular in Summers County and of rock and dirt that had caved in even went so far as to try to control from above. When the engine hit the the selections, especially that of RAHALL REPORT 50 YEARS OF Prosecuting Attorney, Ryder's services for the railway company were soon afterward dispensed with, in other words, he was fired. On the other hand, Elbert Fowler was very popular but a disagreement between he and Attorney J. S. Thompson had created unfriendly terms between the two. On March 12, 1885, as Mr. Fowler was returning to the courthouse after lunch, met Mr. Thompson on Second Avenue in Hinton when Thompson drew a gun and fired five shots at Fowler. Two bullets hit his leg breaking the bone in two places: Doctors wanted to amputate the leg but Mr. Fowler TIRELESS WORK blessings to others. WEST G PetoTabor " : NamedTo. FOR VIR INIA ' Anmversar of W , - ' " y eat Virginia s Letter to the Editor The Ten Commandments Dear Editor: For appointed and elected Public Officials and employees. 1) Thou shall not treat thy neighbor with contempt or rancor. (Christian like). 2) Thou shalt not steal. 3) Thou shalt not forget to represent the people, not represent special interests: (the good old boys). 4) Thou shalt not forget, that we are, By the people, with the people and for the people. 5) Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor. 6) Thou shalt not bear false witnesses against thy neighbor. 7) Thou shalt not subject the taxpayers to your own personal gain. (see #2). 8) Thou shalt not discriminate Save with Nationwide's Home & Car Discount. Insure both your home and car with Nationwide', and get a money-saving dis- count on both. Call me... Stop by... Log on -- it's your choicel Ann H Gore Ph: 466-1075 gereal@nationwide.com G Nationwide Insurance & Financial Services Nationwide Is On Your Side? w m Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Affilllted Companies, Home Office: Columbus t OH 4321.%2220 AD7 11100 Hinton resident Jeannie Bartmess has been named" to the Dean's List at Shepherd College for the fall semester. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must maintain a 3.4 grade point average for the semester and carry at least 15 hours of course work or be in a professional block, COMMUNITY WELLNESS CENTER SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 29th. Yoga 8:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. Monday-Friday. Tae-Bo Monday, Wednesday starting at 5:00 P.M., starting Saturday at 9:00 A.M. Come exercise with me. The Summers County Community Wellness Center at 221 Temple Street in Hinton is happy to invite all Summers Counties to come exercise, at no cost to themselves, anytime from 8:00 A.M. - Monday - Friday and from 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 A.M. on Saturday. All Summers Countians are invited to come to the Wellness Center and get well, stay well, and be safe. Plenty of water and coffee provided for everyone. See rou there soon, I hope. 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 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 1000, Hinten, WV 25951. Senior Senator's service to the people of West Virginia in the United States Congress. Words from Winston Churchill, fittingly summarize the defining nature of Senator Robert C. Byrd's tireless work the on behalf of the State of West Virginia, our Nation, and of course, our federal Constitution Churchill said, "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts" Senator Byrd has seen success. He has never lost an election. But Robert C. Byrd does not measure success by personal standards, but by the public good. He does not seek success, only to serve. And through his service, West Virginians have prospered, America has been strengthened, the Congress has been ennobled, and the Constitution secured. Failure has been rare and momentary, but always used as a catapult to advance the next charge for the cause of the day. It is common to celebrate milestones in the Nation's Capital of Washington, DC, but tenure no matter the length is temporary. What matters, what measures the man is not the number of terms, but the depth of his determination, not the years, but the heights of his horizons, and not one HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS The Harlem Globetrotters will be appearing on Saturday, March 1, 2003 at 7 p.m. at the Coliseum of the Charleston Civic Center. Ticker prices are: Front Row $56.00*; VIP $24.00*; Lower Level $20.00*; Upper Level $15.00". All seats reserved. *Includes Facility Surcharge Fee. For ticket purchase - call Ticket Master. 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From teacher, scholar, mentor, leader, author, historian, and diplomat, Senator Byrd has borne many mantles through his public service to West Virginians. But the one of which he is most proud, and perhaps cherishes the most, is that of being a West Virginian. He has been a mentor to me, a pillar of strength for West Virginia, and a voice of reason for the Nation. After five decades of service in Congress, his work is not yet done. The West Virginian of the Past Century is positioned to usher us into a new era. And, as before he is leading the way. BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING . JANUARY 29th. 1O:3O a. 1. Roll Call t: 2. Invocation/Pledge ofAllegiar.  3. Approval of Agenda " 4. Approval of Minutes 5. Recognition of Teacher 6. Approval of Appalachiar Service Project Use of Talcot Elementary School 7. Explusion Hearing 8. Personnel 9. Approve Employment o: Professional Teacher 10. Approve Resignation of Co.a[ 11. Approve Policy " , 12. Approve Policy for Rewew 13. Approve Out of Count} Transfer " 14. Approve Business for SchOpl to Work 15. Set Date/Time for February Meeting(s) 16. Information Item(s) 17. Approval of Bills 18. Transfers and Supplementsl 19. Adjournment wouldn't allow it, blood poisoning set in and he died two days after he finally let them amputate but he had waited too long. Two trials were held. The first ended in a hung jury. Thompson was acquitted in the second trial. There is much history connected with the tunnels, Hilldale, Lowell and Talcott and complete books could be written about each. The Hinton Daily News, exact date unknown but sometime in 1931 or 1932 printed an article from the "Areopagus," Greek meaning'at the top,' the official Talcott High School publication titled "HOW TALCOTT GOT ITS NAME" that follows: "In 1870 Captain Talcott came to our little town. He came here from South America as a Civil Engineer, a fact which explains his bearing the title Captain. It was a custom at that time for civil engineers to bear this title. "At the time of the construction. of the Great Bend Tunnel there was no town where Talcott is now located. A post office was located on the opposite side of the river but was called Rolynsburg, probably named for C. K. Rollyson, who was a prominent citizen of that community. "Captain Talcott was the man who introduced cigarette smoking to this section of the country. The people could be seen sitting around wth bewildered looks on their faces, gazJr a't'ihe" C'aain a'she nonchalantly "roliecl his owh." Thi may seen rather strange, hut imagine ourselves in their places. They had always been accustomed to smoking their tobacco in pipes and when Mr. Talcott began smoking his tobacco in little white papers, they were naturally very curious. "Mr. TalcoSt was here during the entire construction of the Great Bend Tunnel and because he was very prominent and well liked, our little town was named for him." Source of informatlon, various Hinton Daily News issues and Judge Miller's History of Summers County. BIG FOUR DRUG STORE?: Cor. 3rd AVE & TEMPLE ST. HINTON W.Va., PHONE 466-2323 i: Mark :i R.Ellisn'ph. More Options for an Irritable Bowel Irritable bowel syndrome (IB, occurs when the gastrointestinal (GI) tract becomes sensitized to': stress, diet, drugs, or hormones. ! This sensitivity may cause the GI: tract to contract abnormally,: leading to abdominal pain, consti- pation, or diarrhea. The spasti'c' colon type of IBS is usually trig- gered by eating and produces alternating diarrhea and consti-, pation. Bloating, gas, nausea, headaches, and fatigue also may be present. The second is a, painless type that can cause extreme and immediate urgency upon awakening that is so strong that control over bowel move, ments frequently may be lost. Psyllium (Metamucfl) seems tO benefit some IBS sufferers. Med, icines for diarrhea such as loper, amide (Imodium) may be helpful, Tegaserod (Zelnorm; Zelmac) helps normalize GI contractions. R was recently approved for use in women with constipation predom- inant IBS. However, tegaserod does not work in all women and iS not approved for men. Alosetron (Lotronex) is a relatively new drug for women with diarrhea predom- inant IBS. It was pulled from the: market because it sometimes caused severe constipation. It has been re-evaluated and has been released for use on a limited basis.. Injured on the job? VTC can help! Don't understand Workers' Comp? VTC can helpl Need someone you can trust? VTC.can helpl We are Vocational and Transition Consultants, committed to helping all injured workers receive the services they need to recover from a work-related injury. Call Ray Nutter, a Vocational Consultant and Qualified Rehabilitation Professional, for a FREE CONSULTATION M 466-1305 Happy "80 "Bz'r[h y To." 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