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6 ,., o . , o o o , . TIMES Your INcture Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 31, 1966 "Nobody's depriving you of your rights-you got freedom to choose ! t' 8 Kentucky Department of Public Safety "Th. Dt)Cf erence /s ]n ]"he Service" l handle complete insurance recuirements. Martin Tichenor Martin Tichenor Insurance Agency Hartford 298=3413 The Choice i Is Yours! Every Kentuckian knows the danger involved in driv- ing while under the influence of alcohol. Some know that many of the medicalprepar- ations used today can threat- en driving safety. But few know that the combined el- fect of drugs plus alcohol can be extremely dangerous. Certain drugs are capable of inducing an intoxicated condition. These include true narcotics, barbituates, tranquilizers, anti- hista- mines, and amphetamines. Only a small amount of drugs are needed to cause the same degree of intoxi- cation induced by several ounces of alcohol. General- ly, this small drug quan- tity is slowly destroyed or metabolized in the body, so that extended effects are realized. By contrast, alco- hal is generally destroyed at the rate of one-third to one-half per hour. Persons who consume al- coholic beverages when they are taking drugs are asking for trouble, especially if they try to drive an automobile. In this case, one plus one do not equal two. Instead, they may equal four, five or even six times the normal effect. Drugs plus alcohol not only account for accidental death, as seen in several cases within the past year, but also causes a "cheap drunk," often more danger- ous than the real thing. Not only does the old admonition "If you drink, don't drive" apply here, but also a new one "If you are taking any kind of drugs, don't drink or drive"! kf ? Start Downtown Mrs. Carlton Daniel, Society Editor 274-3496 Spring takes the stage for an all-star performance downtownl SIX REASONS WHY you always do better DOWNTOWN: Just park (free) and shop for ALL you) needs, Everything is only steps away! You con easily, quickty see a wide variety of merchodise in every'category , . . downtown! You can get exactly what you wont to boy at exactly what you want to pay downtown. You can shop more values, make more om- parison to get the most for your money. Downtown merchants book everything they sell with their own established reputations, Downtown stores are welt staffed with alert, C friendiy people to give you top service, In andAround A?ea vet Dam Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Deb- ney, Dearborn Hts., Mich., are the proud parents of a baby girl born March 22. The little lady weighed 9 lbs. and 15 ozs. and has been named Susan Beth. They also have a five year old daughter, Christie Leigh, The grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. John Render, Mc Henry and Mrs. Glyndean Peters, City. Mrs. June Baker, Evans- ville, Ind., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Annis md son Monday and Monday night. Little Miss Cheryl Ann Walters, Elizabethtown was guest over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Iewis M. Wil- liams. Dinner guests of Mrs. Alice Daniel and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Daniel Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Hollon Shown, Rt. 1, McHenry, and Mr. John Daniel and Mar- for a wonderful ...because DOWNTOWN is where Spring starts/ Been wistfully, wishfully waiti for the first bright signs of Spring? You can see them NOW... in all their full, fresh glory.., in your downtown stores. "Spring has sprung" all over the place! You'll see it, feel it, know it in every store you visit downtown. All are keyed to the up-coming new season. All are abloom with every- thing you need and want to make this your most wonderful Spring everl... from clothes to play gear.., from home and patio furnishings to gardening tools. Spring has already bowed in most beautifully.., downtown! Ohio Count00 Merchants Jan, Hartford. Mrs. Maud Buck received word of the sudden death of her great grandson, James Thomas Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Buck, Athens, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William Sheffield attended the funeral on Saturday. *** Mr. George Whobrey visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Am- brose, Bells Run one day, last week. Mr. Ambrose is recovering from a hea]:t at- tack suffered on the way home from the singing at the courthouse a few weeks ago. Mrs. Hiram Duvall and Mrs. Joe Scoggins leftTues- day by chartered bus to attend the Kentucky Home- makers Federation meeting in Lexington. They will return on Friday. Mr. andMrs.Jimmy Case- bier, Louisville, were week end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Case- bier. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bak- er, Louisville were Sunday guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Case. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Buck of Cardington, Ohio spent last Tuesday night with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ashby' and sOs. They also visited theft daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lin Horton and children who have moved here for the summer, and their mother's Mrs. Maud Buck and Mrs. Vera Bristow, who is a pa- tient at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, Owensboro. Mr.. and Mrs. Wendell Stewart and little daughter Anita Kay visited his par- ants, Mr. and Mrs. Clay over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown of Taylorville were weekend guests of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Chick. Memorial Of Christ's Death To Be Observed The annual "Memorial of Christ's Death" will be ob- served by the Beaver Dam Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 5, !966, at 951 West 7th Street, Beaver Dam, Ky. All people of good-will toward God are heartily invited to be present. Marvin Embry Graduates At Sheppard AFB Airman Third Class Mar- vin Embry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Embry of Rt. 2, Horse Branch, Ky., has bee, graduated at Sheppard A FB, Tex., from the train- mg course for U.S. Air Force aircraft mechanics. Airman Embry, a graduate of Horse Branch High School, is being assigned to Hurlbur Fietd, Fla., for duty w'iti the Tactical Air Command. Washington Methodist Schedules Revival Washington M e t h o d i s t Church will hold a Revival April 4 through April 10. The services will start at 7:00 p.m. each evening. Rev. Donald Dorris will Moore Stewart and his sis- be the evangelist. The pub- ter, _M_rs. Charlotte Beck lic is cordially invited. DR/I00 IFITHC0000h'E AI:D /9[:Y SINCZAIR BAIRD l HUDSON SINCLAIR PRODUCTS T. Am R)cAN way / Soon Will Be Prohibitive Fordsville N Mrs. Lillian Smith There was a nice atten-[ dance at Wesley ChapelJ Church Sunday morning. An[ egg hunt is planned for Eas- [ tar Sunday. An invitation is[ extended to everyone. [ * * * I Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rhodes spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs." Graham Rhodes of Whitesville. Mrs. Estil Hook and daugh- ter of Hardinsburg spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Clecy Huff and attend- ed church at Newton Springs. Saturday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Huff's were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Smith, Donnie and Marlene. Mrs. Dewey Hobbs is ill at her home at this writing. Miss Sherry Baling has re- turned home after a visit in East Chicago, Ind. Mrs. Mary Smith Was in Hartford Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fu- qua and children spent Sun- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pulliam. Mrs. Bobby Roach has been ill at her home. She is im- proving. Mrs. Claude Richards has been a patient at the Owens- boro-Daviess Co. Hospital parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Donnie. Mr. Denzil Edge spar weekend with his Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Margaret Ann and Irvin, *** Mr. J.D. Cooper an Dennis Jones were in ford one day last week. *** Mr. Ellis Smith sister, Mrs. Orah of Whitesville Wednee Staff Sgt. who has been McClellan Air Force in Calif., is bein to Formosa for 4 He is married to the Billie Jean Clark. have one son, Stever is five years old. Sgt. is the son of Mr. and Ellis Smith and a 1952 duate of Fordsville School,. He has service for Mr. and Mrs. Cecill lips of Owensboro, MJ Mrs. Evelyne Noel their mother, Mrs. Phillips Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Herman: Mr. and Mrs. Victor of Owensboro spent S afternoon with their Mrs. Clecy Huff. but has returned home now. , *** . Miss Diane Hobbs and Mr  B A'''* Fide :lFw o Terry Sanders attendeci ti _u,,a r,u, .L church services at East Fork t ElectroluXPq, last Sunday.   ,,, l! Sales & ServiC,i' il. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roach ,  lI; and children visited their  Ull parents, Mr. and Mrs 18ill } CONTACT 1 . ,I Horn andMr, andMrs, Henry } BOB KILLMAN leY', ' Roach last week. } .tt1,.. * * * ! Phone 298-70Dl"W Miss Marlene Smith spent  ldor last week with her grand- ";'/"''-]k'|e'-"t Wrecker "[,; Isc Servlcefef : : Y VV EEUIVl/00II COMPA YNY[;, 00.o,ar Beaver Dam, Ky. X| I "Ohio County's Friendly Ford Deale:J. Z74-3333 NIGHT pHOrSLIV-- ' 274-3165 274-3478 NONE WILL SERVE DOWNTOWN: MAIN AT SECOND YOU BETTER-FEW AS WELL BRANCH: US 231 NORTH B EAV E R D A M D E P 0 S I T B A N K ITS MOTTO: SAFETY-SERVICE A STRONG CONSERVATIVE