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Just say: "Please tell me how 1 can become a Girl Scout Leader." Why not phone or wnte TODA Y ? for free literature. Pennyroyal Girl Scout Council 1620 Frederica Street Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 Phone 684-948 I Wtdout ,,I,h.ttuq. plc,,.c ,cn,i mc fret' hwT.m,c {vllm }*,, l ,111 her oint..i ( ;irl .%,,ul I.c,.k'r, i,,,Ui,ill , ,i t lclpcr '{,lll)t' A,tdrv,, (-'u. Tdcph,,: "qt,itc/t I' For quick information, telephone your Girl Scout Council. / i REM) F0B WI111 0lit THESE Gltt/l VALUES!  State Model FX465 RCA 19" Diagonal Picture XL-100 100% Solid State . . . with Pushbutton control of color, tint brightness and contrast, AUTOMATIC FINE TUNING s419,',t0000 Pigskin Special! Picture Fine Tuning (honnel Indicators Flea XL-1oo TRADE THE ALL IRIIJll ........... Modll GTF24L 2" e,sionJt p,tuts AII Ivl,llb}! wdh lem01e 0nt,0 (oll,onae, Iltrl) 25" Diagonal Picture AccuMatic IV Automatic Fine Tuning Concealed Swivel Casters II Eric Norsworthy Norsworthy Enters UL Medical School Eric Alan Norsworthy, a 1972 graduate of Ohio County High School, entered the University of Louisville School of Medicine last week. Eric ended his last semester at Western Kentucky University as a President's Scholar. This honor is in recognition of students who have maintained a 3.8 or better academic standing out of a possible 4.0. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Norsworthy of Hartford. Official Explains Disaster Benefits Farmers whose crops have been destroyed or damaged by a disaster such as a drought, flood, or hail storm may be eligible for disaster payments according to the ASCS office. Payments are made for prevented planting and low yields. Prevented planting means that a farmer is unable to plant because of a severe natural disaster occurred at planting time. Low yield is when a disaster seriously affects the potential yield of a crop after plan- ting, according to Merlene Ashley, county executive director of ASCS. If farmers suffer a loss of any or all of their crop acreage and do not iq- Personal Aubrey H. Robinson has been in the hospital for breathing treatments, but is home now and feeling better. Those to visit him were Mr. and Mrs. Foster Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Baker, Mr. Bert Baggarly, and Mr. Jake Saling. tend to carry it through to harvest, they must report the loss to the county ASCS office before disposing of the crop residue. Also, the farm must be checked by an appraiser to determine potential production prior to disposition of the crop residue. Farmers should be prepared to provide certification of the affected crop acreage. If the crop is carried through to harvest and the total production is substantially below normal because of disaster conditions, farmers should report this loss within 15 days after harvest is completed and before destroying evidence of the crop damage. The ASCS spokesman explained that disaster payments are intended only to provide relief to farmers whose cropland is so affected by disaster that they receive little or no income from production of the crop. Participation in the Wheat and Feed Grain Programs is open to all farmers with allotments, regardless of race, color, creed, sex or national origin. THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFOR 0" KENTUCKY, AUGUST 28, 1975 Employes of the tlenry Construction Company erect poles which will support the new outdoor sign at Ohio County High School.The sign will serve notice of special ewmts and sporting activities upcoming at the school. 15 HARTFORD Friday ?nd Saturday DAYS Pat Haven, Carole Ann and John Daniels invites everyone to stop at CASEBIER'S RESTAURANT . I :',, for a Homecooked Meal II t " while in Hadtord r I , i I I FREE COFFEE With Purchase of Dessert OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. FRIDAY IER'S RESTAU MAIN STREET - HARTFORD, KY. PHONE: 298-3433 Jury List The following persons have been selected for jury duty for the Sep- tember term: Donald Edward Ferguson, Beaver Dam; Douglas McKinney, Hartford; Dwight Bratcher, Cromwell; Vilma M. Allen, Beaver Dam; Richard H. Flener, Centertown; Patricia Carol Everly, Centertown; Othal D. Rogers Jr., Beaver Dam; Evelyn G. San- defur, Beaver Dam; Phyllis Francis Leach, Hartford; Ted Lewis, Hart- ford; Marcy Young Vanfleet, Utica; Doris Gene Ward, Utica; Ann B. Burden, Echols; Carolene Brown, Rockport; Jack Jean Fowler, Beaver Dam; and Gloria Feemster Frizzel, Beaver Dam. Clarence M. Phillips, Hartford; Catherine Shirley Monroe, Hartford; Roger W. Dortch, Beaver Dam; Connie J. Payton, Horse Branch; Billy C. Mason, Beaver Dam; Alton Crowe, Cromwell; Rae Opal Taylor, Hartford; John Franklin Hoxworth, Beaver Dam; Emma Lou Morris Johnson, Beaver Dam; James Lawrence Fulkerson, Echols; Judith A. Decker, Rockport; I. Joan Bennett, Hartford; Jerry Morton Bevil, Hartford; and Phyliss F. Coppage, Centertown. Larry Bevil, Centertown; John P. II I I IIII _ ,. SAVE MONEY ON PRESCRIPTIONS .y. .4ccurately and promptly filled Bring }our Prescriptions To Spin.ks' or Beaver Dam Drugs Hare )'our doctor call your prescriptions to Spinks' or Beaver Dam Drugs Free prompt delirery S & H Green Stamps Phone 298-3163 or 274-3341 Spinks Pharmacy- Beaver Dam Drugs Your Prescription Stores In Hartford And Beaver Dam Kelly, Whitesville; Mary Taylor Johnson, Dundee; Charles A. Leach, Hartford; Sarah Moore Landrum, Hartford; Janice M. McDowell, Beaver Dam; Earl D. Phelpa, Cromwell; Billy Allen Blackburn, Rockport; Pamelia Jean Bowen, Rockport; Ivetta Mac Beuley, Centertown; David M. Allen, Cen- tertown; Richard MeHarry, Hart- ford; Mary Burden Martin, Hartford; LeonAbney, Beaver Dam; Shella Ann Akers, Beaver Dam; Harold West, Jr., Beaver Dam; Joann Carol Young, Beaver Dam; Wendell C. Cox, Beaver Dam; Joseph Edward Boswell, Beaver Dam; Ronald J. Harrison, Dundee; Wilda J. Gray, Hartford; Suzanne J. Rice, Bear ,- Dam; William H. Johnson, Beaver Dam; James W. Fuqua, Forcbville; Evelyn L. Embry, Fordsville; Sandra K. English, Hartford; Larry C. Embry, Hartford; Roger Dale Chapman, Hartford; Nancy D. Small, Rockport; and Jean Betty Carson, Hartford. New Arrivals New arrivals at the Ohio County Hospital: A _son to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Whitler, Rockport, August 23. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Whitley, Beaver Dam, August 24. New arrivals at the Owemboro- Daviess County Hospital: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Calloway, Hartford, August 17. A daughter to Mr. and qs. F_lward Clark, Whitesville, August 0. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Evans, Narrows, August 23. A daughter to Mr af., Mrs. Eug Jackson, Ha-Lf,.rd, Aub-'tmt 23. A son to Mr. ad Mrs. Hullmrt Williams, Centertowv, .tugust 24. Personal Capt. Thomas Hayes and family returned to Ft. Rucker, Ala., after a one week fishing trip in Ken Lakes.