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i Helen Woodward Honey, though not as an herb but Valuable natural food and medici- product, is prepared for us by busy workers working to- to extract a pure product from minimum of thirty-six types of flow- ranging from white to purple. bees make thousands of trips, traveling many of miles, to produce just tablespoons of honey. Com- ned with other herbs as a sweet- medicinal ingredient, honey give palatable and beneficial re- to the many levels of the hu- it serves. It contains many and needed enzymes and both as an antihistamine, an an antiseptic and a natu- il preservative. Almost as good as penicillin, raw can be used as a direct and treatment for burns and wounds because its natural ttiseptic agents destroy bacteria will not tolerate the growth of clude the various mints, catnip. horehound, lavender, motherwort and from the cruciferae, mustard family, shepard's purse. To prepare this syrup, mix together one cup el honey with three tablespoons of freshly pureed herb juice. Mix well. do not heat and place in sterile jars Cap tightly. Use this herbal syrup concentrate by mixing one teaspoon to one half glass of water three times a day and again before bed- time, until symptons subside. Dried or fresh red clover blossoms, one third cup to one cup of honey, may also be used. This formula is also good to lower blood pressure For overall good health a whole garlic bulb, peeled, ground and pureed with a cup of honey may be taken in daily teaspoonful doses. For bron- chitis take the full cup's worth in tea- spoon-full doses, as long as your stomach can tolerate it, within a 24- hour period. Asthma sufferers may find great or molds unless diluted to a relief with the use of honey added to that it begins to ferment. For fruit juices taken in the morning and mix a very small amount of evening. Similar to cold and bronchi- with honey and apply directly to tis, this problem is caused by a build affected area to bring the boil to up of wastes in the respiratory sys Prison... hospital, and unless we get some- thing in there, rll have to go some- where else for work." Debra Scott of Hillsboro satd, "If they run the prison right and take care of if properly, then I think tts a good idea." The five-member vls~bng team included Private Pnsons of America operahons manager Sonny Emer son: chief executive office~ Frank Powetl: architect Jack Lackey: Roger Endett, jushce specialist for Momson Knudson, a construchon management firm: and Lanier Lewis, senior vice-president for Kidder- Peabody, tile financial underwriters who selt Certificates of Participa- tions for Private Prisons of America The group met earlier in the day for four hours with the County Com- mission. The three who visited the site, including Mr Powell. Mr Emer- son, and Mr Lackey, discussed what they felt were its positive aspects, including its remoteness, the Green- brier River as a source of water, and the preliminary support of the public. After the group expressed its de- sire to pursue the site, the Commis- sion by unanimous vote at a meet- ing June 22 resolved "to encourage, invite, and fully support the applica- tions of Private Pnsons of America Continued from Page 1-A to all necessary agencies and au thorities for any and all required per- m~ts and licenses to estab!ish a prl rate pnson in the county of Poca- hontas upon the site now occupied by Denmar State Hospital." The Commission sent letters to state oifices recommending neces- sary legal achon and acquisition of the proper;y [hey were sent to Governor G;~ston Caperton. the De- partment of Health and Human Re- sources, and the Farm Commission, In a later interwew concerning the public meeting, Mr Alderman said. Tin, very optimistic that things are going to work out for this project. rm very gratified by the showing of umty from the people of our county. ]-his has brought people together from all parts of the county, from Durbin to Droop Mountain." Inmates at the prison would be employed in manufacturing "Waffle- Crete," pre-cast concrete building components which will be used in constructing new facilities at the site. Mr Powell said inmates would be paid "competihve flee-world wages." 647-5724 For persistent diaper rash, tem causing the body to be over- '1~=D~'~'~.'~=.~'~'~='~q~=~'~='~'=-~"~'~"P-~'~~1~1 honey for excellent healing re- acidic as the blood sugars are used i ~. Internally honey is not recom- up too rapidly. In this case, raw i I '~ded for small children under the foods which are slow to metabo'lize }e f eighteen mnths as it is t are ais gd dietary additins I A/lKit, dsOfF/o, I rOng for their developing digestive In the Book of Proverbs 16:24 !Cts unless cooked to the point there is the saying, "Kind words are : Pasteurization. like honey -- sweet to thetaste and I II Honey, often refered to as me, or good for your health." i I AUG ,El:V['. J .French miel, can easily be mixed PRI('F. INCLUDES: , ~h other herbs to make an excel- Editor's Note: These articles nt syrup to be used for the treat_ are intended for educational pur. I l'ransportation On A First (-'hiss Motorcoach,3 Nights Lodging -I ~ent of colds coughs, bronchitis, poses only. They are not intended 2 At OPRYLANI) ii()TEI. ;.111(t I Night Wilson Inn' ~d fevers, Herbs from the labiatiae, to treat, diagnose or prescribe All Necessary Admissions, SUll(lay Brunch,Dinner Cruise, lint family, are especially noted for nor to be considered as a substi- t (_'it), Tour, Opryland Park, Grand OIc Opry - Music, Music, Music, 1 anefici ~1 results These herbs in- rule for professional care. i And Much More I *377.00Per Person The Mountain Messenger is now pubhshed I THURSDAY i l NOV. 10 i Federated's EELI G FESTIVAL OF GHTS ] Ladies SUMMER DRESSES I I Complete Summer Stock Transportation, 2 Nights ()(;LEiIA, S WILSON I,()I)(;E, Both Light Tours, Spccial Cllri,;tmas Shop, Shopping And Much More. SIZES 5- t3, 10- 20 & 14 1/2 to 32 1/2 "- '221.00 Per Person ~L~ ALL AMERICAN MADE ~ Escorted By Jean ~nsficlct(Formcrly With Monroe Tours) I i MARCO POLO TRAVEL AND TOURS, r~ wv 2,9o 123 W. Washington Sl., Lcwisl)urg, W.Va. ..,- 9.- 4.-...=,l- 8__00- 28=62 1 (30__4) 6.,,__45-J 209,.( I ]he Mountain Messenger,Thursday, June 28, 1990 3A III Buck Birthday Party June 30 Pearl S. Buck's birthday will be celebrated June 30, 2 pro. at the museum m Hillsboro. Wylene Dial, a West Virginia ex- tension specialist from Huntington is the guest speaker. Vonnie O'Brien, soloist from Marlinton, will sing a b~rthday tribute to all volunteers who have helped out during the years. A skit, "Specie! Relatives", will be pre- sented by local talent, Ella Jo Gel- ford will entertain with Story Time. Tours of Mrs Buck's Birthplace will be conducted by guides in pe- riod costumes. The gift shop, lo- cated in the home, features auto- graphed books by Mrs Buck, as welt as local crafts. Certified Results Ronceverte Muncipal Elections June 12 Commissioner: Gary Carter: 119 Lindy Hedges: 122 Cemetery Levy: For: 187 Against: 69 Street Levy: For: 174 Against: 82 Increase in Municipal Fee: For: 96 Against: 164 John D. ~" Longanacre Owner... Dkector Longanacre Funeral Home ~2 HELPFUL GROUPS FOR WIDOWS/WIDOWERS Widows and widowers encountu~ many new problems Many difficultie: have been overcome already by oth ers That's why national aPd locai groups have been formed to help th~ newly widowed THEOS, a national, non-denomin~, tional group which takes its name fro '.~ its purpose: They Help Each Oth .~oiritually. THEOS helps the young! and middle-aged, the recently b~ reaved who need to work the gn~i I Process with help from others I SW " ~11 another useful group for windows anJ widowers, having some 500 chapte~ in the United States and Canada They are concerned with ~nterests anc welfare of ~ parents AND their children AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RE.. ,,~is a very large, o~ ganized national group with many per sonal benefits to members over 55 These groups should be considere~ by widows/widowers as they get ready to reenter social life For more into~ marion, stop in or phone us abou; them. LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 ii iiii iii * TWO LARGE 15" PEPPERONI & CHEESE PIZZA'S $10.99 * TWO MEDIUM 12 i " PEPPERONI & CHEESE :: PIZZA" S $8.99 Greenbrier Iley Mall extends their Th u to eve ne for their contribution to ou Wedding Extravaganza. our support this uld not h ss'ble. Lewisburg Floral & Gifts Shirley's Arts & Crafts Craft Menegerie Brown's Photography Gwen Clingman Blue Moon Care The Bakery Western Sizzlin Crawford's Food Center Fairlea Exxon Marianne Hanna Snow Bunny Chalets Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home Classy Touch Collections Alpha Music Circle J Steak House Aide's Discount Formal Appeal Greenbrier Limousine Service Pence Springs Hotel Rudy's Corner Grill Seneca Jewelers Rent-ells of Beckley BRIER ~ALL