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April 30, 1964     Jewell County Record
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April 30, 1964

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SERviCE, INC Topeka, Kansas EDITORIAL RH~ORD M~-._ZA~o, Ksnma R~r of JeweU Ceunt~ that I M ~tl can ~y hu~m ~, let and not deter R not pess thls w~v BOYD FAMILY - ~Lnd PuM~hers JR., Editor F~ed~m reunify ~enters, crmrmhes and ~ -m~b- Cigarette Revenue Drops Federal c~garette ~ax revermes dropped $20.7 mil~ m Februo~ in rite aftergna,11h (ff ~ surg~ gener~'s report on ~the dangers of smoking. An Ir~tenml ,Revenue "Service re- port ou~ Thursday said that cl,ga- rette tax ,revenues ~~eTe $125.6 mil- ton ~n February, a decrease of mifiion fram January $32.5 m,i~on below Feb- ruary ~ year a4go. The report was file ~:mst com- m~t~'ly ~a~ti~ since the at ~e Pu~c l-le~l.th ;erviee stt~7 il'~fl~v~g cAgarette smoking with lung ,Carmer and other ,diseases. -vnab- ;Fomner Prestdemt li2seahower, writing in the ~turday Evening k~its the demdr.retic admin~ : l~yd, Am~iate Editm traCion for "d~icit spending", Paid at the '~isoal sleight (g hand", and '~Fore~g~ Policy Fad~ttre". ~isen- in Jewe~l CotmCy h~wer say~ we are ~being 1,ured into cotmies (,~t*th, the "easy ~w~y" .the path of Clo~d, Re- federal expedierm~, ~ich ,like a in K2~sas, and ~mxx~tic, may ~ive us .a futse sense and Webater of well~bei~g. ~t Cn, ~e long ram, it is dangerous to our .~uture, our m'e ~ to nott~ basic ~i~h~s, our mora~ fiber and whe~ ~ ~e our ~divi~ual ~e~dorn. T'm~e and ~T~eek agree ~at the lareside~t "burns tip" Temas CI~rl~ roads ~t exce~ve ~eeds. - T~ne also noted ~hat l~he presiden, ~t one %X~imt, covered the ~etev ,~I~me, w~fe of the vi~h his h~t so his reporter pa~ min~er of ~gland, has sex~ers could ~at see ~ dri~m~g ~ad in England. w~ be ~ewer -mob- kept scrap- Guest Editorial By Dick Barton ,lives ogether. "Would You Change Places?" "Mans~ people believe th~ a in ~ are newspaper ..~1~ ~x~gefl~sr without popular. They ,are wo~k or oorm~ted a~d~n or plan. and web, attended. Rev. ,IV~esd, a tare~byCerian mi~ .~ perce~ af ~e "s~y-~st~r at ~, ~ ~f fl~t of ~e ~~ ~mr acce~ted the opportm~ty to go ~i~2ng, an~ the m~ister t~ok up b~ duties in Che neves~per afffice, This ~ how he ~elt ~hem he ~ ~ et ~the er~ tl~e ~ask.. " ' My ~ne is almost up *as I pen ~ ~ast ,line: my ,banal is ~est laaralyzed; my bra~n is beau(killed mud I am right glad to v~cate the holy ~ot. Such rush ~nd riot ,and .'dismay. Such a jun'/ble of ~pot-pour~; it: strikes n'te as the eflbr~ ;to ,br~g order out of cba~s, and to do it ~g~tniv~g-quick. "I am reminded of 41he memor- able words: '~he ear, th was with- ou~ ~orm anld ~ ~ d~ was uI:w:m the f~ce off the waters." ,t ~bought :it w~s time to go home, [~ a most enjcs~ble a~fa~. The er~d ~I ~ent See x~, wex~ S~r-! ~herne ~vas 'tMemazmies o~ ~e da~ ;i.~-~.t ~ * * .'.-, , l~tohw~k Quill' and *here were LZ ' 1~" " = l mav~ beautiful quk:~ ~ dixp:ay and ot~er decora~ion~ ea~yimg ~t the h, arid sewir~g work. m ~ al the Corrett Coffee Shci0 on N~)r~ aMa:in Street. - Dovo~y Cvlunro was lea~,~ng to ~ ~o ~e ~te Theatre to take tickets. - ~-VL~s. Orville J~yl~ar~d ~aited on me. - Two young ~lks, Vond~ ~nd Mark R~fferty, sen arid duag~.ter of Mr. and (Mrs. Lyre l=ta~erty, were eat- ing a,t the eotm, ter amt were g~g to the pioture show. * * * Mm. Herb Ltmgren, '~a~hy, Tern and St*yen were together. - I as~.ed abo~ Jetfif a~d was told ~hat Jeff went vifl~ his 2other to Wichita. - ~a~ahy and Terri wen .to the pic- ture show. - By the way, we are ~av~r~g good picture shows e~ch weekend. - (Mrs. James Scott and I visited toge~er. - J. O. Re, gets ~Neve~ shah I cri.*deze ne~,,sparper came over ~r a ].it~e Wit ~nd men any more. I sl~all pray f~r ~er ~r~ee asked about their tr~p to them. ~ ~ ,~ave my ,hea.rt's (3onn, ectiet~t to visit ~heir san, J. forbearance hen, c~orth and for-O., Jr. * * * ,Bernie told me ~h~t ever. 'I~ey are the hardast-~vo~k-. ~obert Greene, son of Mr. end ~,~g, sh~rtest-h'ved, poore~-~id [g~rs. Lee Greene, m'~ gmzidson of ~hnain workers m this weary old Mrs. E. C. Greene, had received world of ours3 " the ~Pt~.tmen Fellocv~ip in Mathe- We here no doubt ~he readers of th,',ts ,page will agree with reverend gentlerrmn's di~reries and convictions. ~u~, in a,ll ~,airness m the CIGth, i,t should be n