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Ohio Countains will join Ken- Following several years of con- nation an extra hour of daylight for Many countains will probably turn tucky and the rest of the nation troversey over daylight time, the recreation, their watches and clocks back an in the switch back to standard time Congress passed a law requiring The new law eliminated most of hour before going to bed Saturday Sunday, October 27. the entire nation to observe DST the previous problems created by night, so they will arise with the from April 28 to October 27 pro- local laws governing daylight time correct time Sunday morning, ()cto- The six month period of daylight vided the state legislature did not by making the time uniform over ber 27. saving time which began last April vote down the federal act to join the entire state. This eliminated Regular standard time will be in 28 with the implementation of the the rest of the nation in observance the confusion of one community ob- effect until next April 27 when O- Federal Uniform Time Act has come of "fast time" during the summer serving DST while another close by his County and the rest of the coun- ts the end of it's initial year with months. The move was designed remained on central time, thus one try will go on daylisht saving time wide general acceptance, to give the working people of the an hour ahead of the other, for another six month oerlod. K:KJi:!:i:i:i: HE OHIO COUNTY TIMES IS THE OHIO COUNTY'S NEWEST AND LARGEST NEWSPA PER ONLY NEWSPAPER THAT IS COMPLETELY OWNED, EDITED. PUBLISHED AND PRINTED IN OHIO COUNTY 4 NUMBER 5 HARTFORD - BEAVER DAM,, KENTUCKY OCTOBER 24, 1968 16 PAGES TEN CENTS ) iremonl / % _ : : > i Kim Stevens, daughter, of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ste- began her reign as the "1968 Eagles Football Home- Queen" by presiding over all homecoming activities October 18. Kim is a senior at Ohio County High School. mm Inner Ohio County Republican Cam- schedules permitting. In addition, Committee will hold a fund rais-Big "Six" Henderson, Kentucky's fa- (linner this Thursday evening mous federal "Revert,or" will beone 00 ).m. at Myer's Restaurant of the featured speakers. Tickets may be reserved by calling for the dinner will be or going by campaign headquarters ernst Nunn's former administra- located on Main Street, Hartford, a~sistant, Tom Emberton. Mr. phone 298-3266. is a young lawyer from Frank Martin, campaign chairman, ,nton, Kentucky, andwas recentlyhas also announced that there will be as one of the three corn- a meeting of precinct chairmen and StOners on the Public Service chairwomen, campaign officers and Irnission. In a recent Associated committees this coming Monday even- article by a veteran Frank- ing, October 28, at the Court House Correspondent, Tom Emberton in Hartford for the purpose of final mentioned as a leading con- planning of Election Day organiza- for the Republican guberna- tion and procedures. This will be nomination in 1971. Bob the last organizational meeting and candidate for congressman, all those who hold campaign offices Cook, candidate for United or who would like to volunteer to work Senate. are expected to attend. (Continued on page 16) Highway Commissioner, William marching bands, drill team, scout B. Hazelrigg, will be on hand to units and many other features have On November 5th Ohio Countians preside at the November 2 ribbon been assembled. The parade will will be given the opportunity to go cutting ceremonies in Hartford. began at 10:00 a.m. with the units to the polls in their various corn- On this day the newly widened and forming at Bob's I.G.A. on main munitles and elect a president, vice paved main street will offlcally be street and proceeding to the fair- president, congressmen, and senators opened. And what an opening it grounds, to represent them. promises to be. One hundred dol- The Ohio County Sheriffs Office lars is to be given away on the The local fire department andmany announced that the polls will be open Courthouse square and all you must of the local organizations will spon- Tuesday at 6:00a.m. and will re- rio is register. The one hundred sor booths on the street, main open until 6:00 p.m. dollars will be divided into four pots The Jaycees will sponsor a pan- The precincts and their officers are: of $25 each and will be given a- cake sausage booth all day and the 1. EAST HARTFORD- CourtHouse- way at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6 p.m., firemen will have their ever pop- Judges, Everett Brown (R)and Clyde and 8 p.m. The money to be given ular Chuck Wagon on hand. The Webb(D); Sheriff, Mrs. Gertrude away was donated by the local mer- women's clubs will have booths from Westerfield (R); Clerk, Mrs. Vera chants as an extra effort to make which they will sell their deliciousDaniel (D). 2. WEST HARTFORD- November 2, a festivial day. pies and cakes. Teen dances, old Fire Station - Judges, Ernest Bart- The local Jaycees and merchants fashioned square dances, and fiestaslett (R) and Mrs. Henry Leach (D); efforts are again exhibited in the of every description are planned to Sheriff, Mrs. Sam Mason (D); Clerk, progress made on the opening par- carry the day through until mid- Mrs. Karen Wilson (R). 3. BEDA- ade. To date, fourteen units plus night. Mrs. Aubrey Newcom's Residence- Judges, Mrs. Rolla Rtchards (R) and Glenn ttiggs (D); Sheriff, Mrs. Lyle D. Ward (D); Clerk, Mrs. Aubrey Newcom(R). 4. SULPHUR SPRINGS- , Methodist Church - Judges, Otis ste- n S vens (R) and Margaret Neighbors (D); Sheriff, Lod Midkiff (R); Clerk, Mrs. Oscar Bozarth (D). 5. MAGAN- Arch Johnson's Store - Judges, Arch Johnson (R) and Alva Magan (D); Willaim H. Natcher, dedicated can- dtdate for United States Congress was in Hartford and Ohio County on a campaign tour October 18. According to Ray Johnson, Natcher plans to return to Ohio County be- fore election time. Natcher is a former Warren County attorney and has served as Com- monwealth attorney for his judiciary district. He will be seeking his ninth term, which began when he succeeded Garth Weathers from Dixon shortly after ~vorld War II, Natcher is one of the most pop- ular congressmen to serve Kentucky in a long while. He also holds the distinction for never missing a roll call. $1 Eer Kell ,800 In Civil Suit The civil action case of Roger Dale Kelly -vs- Billy Ray Tlche- nor and Clark Lee Corley was tried in circuit court by a jury on Oc- tober 16. Kelly was awarded 1,800 dollarsdama~es for his car. The case scheduled for October 17, was settled out of court. The case scheduled for October 18 and 21 were continued to the next term of court. And the case of Mona M. Denton, executive of James Frank Denton Estate -vs- Martha Sue Curtis, Ver- nle Curtis -vs- Martha Sue Curtis, and Leonare R. Curtis -vs- Martha Sue Curtis was scheduled to be tried before a special judge, L. L. Grant, from Lexington. William Natcher Police Issues Warnine Last year the pranksers got out of hand with their egg throwing and rock throwing. This year there will be extra officers on patrol, Anybody caught throwing eggs or rocks or anything destructive will be arrested. So please have fun but cooperate with the police. Al- so, parents have children to do their tricking and treating early and have them off the streets by 7 p.m. Mrs. Betty Wallace (R)and Elbert Rafferty (D); Sheriff, Mrs. VadaStog- net (D); C;lerk, Mrs. Mary Lee Al- len (R). 13. EAST BEAVF.R DAM- Jr. tligh Gym - Judges, Mrs. N. S. Barass (R) and Byron Chinn (D); Sheriff, Mrs. Glendon Stevens (R); Clerk, Mrs. Llllian Gardner (1)). 14. WEST BEAVER DAM - Ctty Build- ing - Judges, Jess D. Smith(R) and William Fuller (D); Sheriff, W. E. (Continued on page 16) Mrs. Lucy Midklff (R). 6. GULF SERVICE STATION - Judges, Ivan Embry (R)and Chas. T. Edmonds(D); Sheriff, R. A. Crabb (D); Clerk, Clarion Davis (R). 7. COOL SPRINGS- Bob Simrnons -Kinnlmouth Building-Judges, Har- Bob Si=[ m lan stevens (R) and Mrs. Randolph ons Patton (D); Sheriff, William Vaught (R); Clerk, Mrs. Pearl Klnnimouth Campaigns in Hartford (D). 8. ROCKPORT - Wilkerson's Marathon Station - Judges, Mrs. Inez Curtis (R) and Ellen Dortch (D); Robert (Bob) Simmons, of Bowl- Sheriff. Mrs. Thelma Mason (D); ing Green, candidate for United States Clerk, Mrs. Lula Sallngs (R). 9. Congress was in ltartford on ()ctober OLATON - Alva Oiler Building - 21 for a "handshaklng and get a- Judges, Earl Beatty (R) and Claud qualnted tour." Simmons is a graduage of Tu- Hurt (D); Sheriff, J. [. Reynolds lane University School of Law ana (D); Clerk, Mrs. Robert Neighbors a veteran of World War II having (R). 10. BUFORD - Troutman's served with United States Air Force Store - Judges, Gilbert Jolly (R) in the South Pacific. He was also and Etelle Sharp (D); Sheriff, Mrs. a special agent for the F.B.I. for Virginia Daniel (R); Clerk, Mrs. Win- four and a half years and chief nle Ellis (D). 11. HORSE BRANCH- assistant federal district attorney Landrum's Store - Judges, Clyde in Western Kentucky for four years. Davis (R)and Musket Wilson (D); Simmons, is a family man who Sheriff, Park Sanders (D); Clerk , wants lean, efficient, minimum gov- James Miller (R). 12. ROSINE - ernment andstands firm againstcom- Woosley's Barber Shop - Judges, munlsm. Ellis Named Democratic Campaien Chairman !! al Boys Brine Home The Trophies In Zone Competition l~ County walked away with the trophies at the recent Punt, Pass, and Kick t~. l~tition held in Owensboro. The Ohio County Punt, Pass and Kick winners t~tied off one-third of the trophies given in the zone competition. There were !%~rlOXlmately sixty boys entered in competition. The two zone winners will ,~ DOte Saturday October 26. in the district contest in Louisville They will I,~.!rnpettng with winners from middle and eastern Tennessee, central and |}i thern Indiana, and throughout the state of Kentucky. Pictured above are I!~Y St. Clair, winner in the ten-year-old age division; Jeff Danks, second ~twinner in the twelve-year-old division; and David Simpson, winner in The announcement of Charles R. Ellis, Hartford, as Ohio County De- mocratic Campaign Chairman was recently made by Bob Hardey, Frank- fort, State Campaign Chairman. berving with Ellis will be Ray C. Johnson as chairmen for "Citizens for Katherine Peden." According to Hardey "The organi- zing of Ohio completes a state wide organization of most all of Kentucky." Democratic headquarters will be opened soon in the building formerly occupied by Lindsey's dress store. Johnson stated any one interested in being with the campaign may con- tact headquarters. Republican county chairman, J. Carl Hill, and campaign workers, Mrs. Tony Rowe and Mrs. Elmer Barnes, are pictured in the recently opened Republican Headquarters. The office, located on Main Street next to The Hartford Bank, will be open six days a week from 9 a, m. until 4 p. m. )i