Do you remember?
• Asbestos was found in some Fort Mill schools and Assistant Superintendent Ken Beam planned to recommend its removal to the school board.
• In a split vote, the Tega Cay City Council decided to withdraw a class-action lawsuit over which property owners could build docks on Lake Wylie.
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• Confederate Park was submitted for approval as Fort Mill's first historic landmark.
• Fort Mill grew again as an area on Harris Street was annexed into town limits.
• An underdog Fort Mill football team humbled the favored Clover Blue Eagles 35-14 behind three long touchdown runs by Bobby White that covered 35, 40 and 60 yards.
• The 10th annual Springs Art Show and Contest opened at the Lancaster National Guard Armory.
• M. Storme Young III, a student at Clemson University, was selected for the 1968-'69 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges."
• Mayor Luther Patterson announced that Halloween would be observed on Saturday night, Oct. 30, instead of Sunday.
• A fine cow belonging to R.J. Downs of Pineville, N.C., was killed after being diagnosed with hydrophobia. Several people were also treated for rabies.
• The clerk's sale of the Sellers house and lot on Forrest Street went to R. Hart, attorney for the Bank of Clarendon, for $1,200.