Studious Students Needn't Fear 'Call'
Full-time college students in Georgia and Alabama have little to fear from the draft call issued this week by President Johnson, according to draft officials in both states.
A spokesman for the Columbus Selective Service Office said today word is that for Georgia students there will be "no immediate change," in draft status.
President Johnson packs up the historic health care bill today and flies to Missouri to sign it into law with former President Harry S. Truman at his side.
Truman championed a similar proposal 20 years ago as part of a five-point health program.
It was an unusual evening for a supermarket.
There was a minor "flood," a fireman was injured, and some employes stayed up until 4 a.m. helping to dry out the place.
It all happened Thursday night at 11:15 at the Colonial Store in Columbus Square when a burning motor in the store's stock room touched off the sprinkler system.