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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

I v,pMMpi^|plP« |P!>1RPIVP*9 iMS^fjgg^i iwWIIBW ^|M Ti ii % Bastrop ®tmes f J'£ SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP; ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOLUME 84, NUMBER 14 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Wednesday, April 2, 1975 ON THE HOUSE FLOOR County Times Photo Mayor Albert Crawford and Councilman Robert Smith and Gus Novosad of Smithville sit in the House Chambers March 25 for a hearing before the House Natural Resources Committee re- garding House Mill #500 This bill, called the Lower Colorado River Authority Act, brought lengthy testimony, both pro and con Jamboree Kicks-off Thursday Smithville Fun. Food, and entertainment are available to anyone wii<. attends Smithville's annual Jamboree celebration, April 3,4 and 5 kicking-off the three day festival will be the annual talent show and corona tioit of the Wr> Jambor ee Queen on Thursday evening, ApJil 3 Six young fetdies have been no m mated to succeed the present Queen Donna Glenn The girls are Ruse Hemphii! Karla ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

Page 2 Upin ions The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Wednesday! April 2, 1975 Continuing To Organize Spring Cleaning Spring is here and at least two Bastrop County cities have set aside a week or more (or additional trash pickups Both Elgin and Smithville are in the middle of clean-up' weeks Smith- vine's in preparation for the annual Jamboree festivities. Along with the City officials, The Times urges everyone to take part in the Spring cleaning, helping to make our cities even more lovely than they normally are. Smithville will be hosting thousands of visitors this week, and will be making a special effort to put her best foot forward We would remind all Smithville residents and businesses, in addition to sprucing up, to make a special point to display the American Flag during the three days of Jamboree. The Flags will be a proud reminder of Smithville's designation as a National and State Bicentennial City. By Mrs. Arthur Gocrtz Ray Barron, president of the Bluebonnet Vol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

Tr Wednesday, April 2, 1975 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Paqe 3 ■ HT '* l 1 1 H M U. H • <V A M ■ <H 4 rt Bastrop Qualifies For Community Funding Bastrop Mayor James P Sharp and City Manager BUI Co* attended it special conference at the San Antonio District Office of HUD, Monday, March 24. during which time they were notified that Bastrop had been accept Ml to make a full Com- munity Development application for Federal Funds under the new program, according to Mayor Sharp "We were given the go ahead with our paper work, however, we have been limitMlto$100,000 for this year's funding," he ex- plained "Uut of the 58 cities re- questing funding only 31 were accepted to make full Optimists Honor Local Youths The Smithville Optimists Club honored two young men at their regular March meeting held at El Charro Restaurant Mr Danny Schroeder, who hopes to attend Blinn College at Brenham after graduation, and Mr Johnnie Schroeder, who plans to help his Dad with the Gulf S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

• . P&QP 4 Thesis To Be Written On Hospitality House Miss Jeannette Enter, graduate student at North Texas State University. Denton Texas, maj onng in recreations for the eld- erly, will visit the Smithville Hospitality House Wednesday, April 2. 1975 and since Hospi- Hearing Aid Batteries Smith Pharmacy Smithville, Texas tality House was one of the very few chosen for this research,- She will gather data for her thesis The purpose of the thesis lb to determine what re- creational activities are of the greatest interest and appeal to members of senior centers in Texas Please invite a guest. At the last dinner which in- cluded the birthday, the center gained five new members. The director. May Evans and members are making plans through newspaper and T V of the ribbon cutting for the new green dinning area recently completely. Hon, J.J. Pickle along with other dignitaries will be present April 19th at 10 a m. followed by a reception -LAM) BANK LOANS- 10 I'l K< H VSL l <> K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

Wednesday, April 2, 1975 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Pa qe J B&PW Hears Reed Janet Reed of Austin, Leasing Director (or Northcross Mall, spoke to members of theB&PW Monday night, March 24, describing for them her background and experiences leading to her present position The position of Leasing Director for shopping centers its, in itself, a relatively new | field for anyone, and especially BASTROP for women, Mrs Reed stated Prior to her position at Northcross Mall, she did part- time leasing at DobteMall The remainder of her time during that period was occupied taking courses to improve her skills Mrs Heed is active in the League of Women Voters and was a member of the Housing committee of the Human Library Notes By Gail Lane One of the nicest parts of working m a library is seeing how generous the townspeople are. It is an unusual day that a note of thanks for a gift re- ceived or a service performed doesn't go to the post office Apart from the gratifying r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

'dOC 6 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Wednesday, April 2, 1975 s> Milton's FURNITURE - APPLIANCES V^T.V -STEREO-SPORT!NG GOOOS r Wall' up SeaK<:'«>5- A ■ , to\iiliieI)n>s Deep Quilt Com tort BUDGET PB1CED! You'd expcct to pay much more! Scaly quality inncrspring and heavy duty foundation. Plus decorator cover deep- quitted for lasting comfort. A lot-oi-mattress-for-the-money! Sealy Rest Guard' t*in i r# u pc lull Si/e ea. pc. S79 95 Queen Si/e 60x80 ea. pc. SI09 95 King Si/e 76x80" i-pi set S279 95 - Special Purchase Sale REDUCED s20 s80! §69 Below former nationally advertised prices! Hundreds of firm tempered coils and exclusive torsion bar foundation. Elegant designer cover luxury quilted over puffy cushioning, Sealv Comfort Guard ' 95 _ _ — t*<n \S SH9.95 r pc. was SI09.95 NOW S89.95 pc was SI39.95 NOW S119.95 set was $399.95 NOW S319.95 While you're here, see the very best at our everyday value prices... SEALY POSTUREPEDICm We feature a complete selec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

■m * ®b ^astrnp (Etrtnttg Slimes SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY Section II, page 1 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Wednesday, April 2, 1975 Smithville Set To Celebrate Three Day Jamboree 1974 Jamboree Queen ( OR Y BON OR DEN FRANK IE MAE JONES ROSE HEMPHILL LINDA SEIDEL DONNA GLENN Jamboree Queen To Be Named Thursday evening. April3one lucky Smithville girl will be named 1975 Jamboree Queen She will set out on an exciting year, representing Smithville at a various events ranging from parades to fashion shows Naming of the Jamboree Queen will be announced at the annual Variety Show and Coro nation Reigning Queen Donna Glenn, will then turn hersepter and crown over to her suc- cessor Candidates this yearareRose Hemph M Frankle Mae Jones, Karla Wallace, Kathy Whitfield, Linda Setdel and Cory Bonor- den. Kach girls picture, along with a brief resume, was forwarded some time ago to a panel of out of town judges. Cory Bonorden Beauty contests are no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

I Section II, page The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Wednesday, April 2, 1975 NOW OPEN VIC'S Place Open 11:00 a.m. Daily Kirtley, Texas Show The 1975 edition of the Srnith- ville Jamboree Variety Show and Coronation will be held Thursday, April 3rd, at 7:30 p. m. in the Houston Elementary Auditorium Six nominees, two each from the Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Classes at Smithville High School, will vie for the 19- 75 Queen's Crown. CoryBonor- (len and Karla Wallace will represent the Freshmen, Linda To Feature Local Performers <„, my the kick-off event of the 197& jf the auditorium allows seating jan.horee- and remember to Seidel and Frankie Jones are sophomore entries, and Rose Hemphill and Kathy Whitfield are the Junior nominees. The young ladies and their escorts will be formally presented to the 1974 Queen, Miss Donna Glenn, and to an auditorium filled with those anxiously awaiting the opening of the sealed envelope and the an- nouncement of the 1975 Queen A ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

■ ■IHVPwMM Wednesday, April 2, 1975 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville, Texas Section II, page Donna Reviews Her Year As Queen AT THE PIANO County Times Photo r Rockne News By Mrs. Arthur Goertz Two films l.et Us Be Con- cerned for Each Other," and "Take Time to Think, " showing the importance of listening to others, expecilly one's chil- dren. were shown as part of a program, for the parents of the First Communion Class for Sacred Heart Parish Tuesday evening, March 25 Father Al Palermo, pastor was in charge of the films Mrs John Beck, teacher of Sacred Heart School, aftd teacher of the First Communion Class, in s(leaking on the pre - peration for the reception of First Holy Communion for youngsters stated it isrighland responsibility of the parents to prepare the child for reception. However since many parents feel inadequate and hesitate to undertake the preparation by themselves the usual precedure Is a cooperative effort of the pastor, parent, and teacher. The basic requireme...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

Wednesday, April 2, 1975 The Bastrop County Times, Smithville. Texas Section II, page 5 lUlltltOIIWUUIt 1P<0 STcEiM o'yxoAiCi^ LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and installed. Free estimates Builders Supply Co., phone 237 2402, P C) Box 509, Smithville, Texas 78957. 28 tfc For Sale or Trade: 1973 Blazer, 4 wheel drive, low mileage Will consider late mo- del ptck-up as trade-in Call Bill Davison - 237-3606 11-ltc FOR SALE • New and used butane systems. Phone 237- 2521. tfc * Peaches, Pears, Plums Apricot, Nectarine All growing on nematode resistant root stock See Mueller's, La Grange, Texas Largest Selection Nursery Stock in our Area Mueller's, La Grange, Texas. , ,, * ,"c FOR SALE -New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc * 1973 60' X 26'double wide trail- er house to be moved 3 bed- rooms, CA/CH, two bath, Island cook top, doubleoven, refnger ator, dryer, cistern and pump, porch skirting, steel storage shed $10,995 00 Les Hurta Call 237-3017 * l4-2 r> "For Sale" Baby ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 April 1975

- - - - - - • Section II, paqe 6 The Bastrop Ccjnty Times, Smithville, Texas Wednesday, April 2, 1975 meoMt to SMITH7ILLE ipril 3,4,5 JAMBOREE 1 * • */i 1|. HI IV V x\\ \\v\ ,,l in i> )„) > > IWMvW WHILE m SMITHVILLE SHOP AT THE fOLLOWNG MERCHANTS ROBINSON,S FAMILY LOST P!NES AVATION FASHIONS SMITHVILLE , AIRPORT 213 Main FIRST STATE BANK box 239 SMITH PHARMACY — BARN DOOR RESTAURANT Hwy 71 219 Main St. Phone 237-221 1 DIXIE MOBILE HOMES 237-2487 Hwy 71 If •4 ' • • ■ - ■•"'V •• ^ .' i i * V- J rf* ■ ' ' ■ MILTON.S Hwy 71 Phone 237-2432 ALs WELDING Phone 237-2091 BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY box 509 Phone 237-2402 J & D Meat Market 102 McSweeney Phone 237-3666 WINNS #128 MARHIL MFG, INC. SMITHVILLE CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 1 10 E 2nd Phone 237-2398 —^ SEARS 209 Main Phone 237-3539 . '*£. ' ■ JSfci 'St:-' m J? J V -n La, if % f?JW EL CHARRO RESTAURANT Hwy 71 DAIRY QUEEN Hwy 71 237-3587 FIEBIG LUMBER CO 219 East First Phone 237-2459 SHI ROCKY GROCERY 314 Main Phone 237-2423 GOEBE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

<k>* >nis\ b wwr, Xn< I % 1? as trap (Eototln ®tmas uox 45436 5* SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOLUME 84, NUMBER 15 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1975 4, Election Results Final i Hues I'iKMU DANCING IN THE STREET Area residents and visitors jammed Cbuckwagon Square and the closed section of Sraithvilk Main Street for dances all three nights of Jamboree, Water Resource Hearings Set Austis*■ Whether oi'not thei < should be darns and other water resource projects developed on the tributaries and the main channel of the Colorado River between Austin and th > Gulf of Mexico will be the sublet of a series of public meetings in mid-April The meeting* will be conduct- ed by the Bureau of Reclamation of the U S Department of the Interior The Lower Colorado River Authority in 1974 requested the Bureau to study the Colorado River to find the best plan for managing the water resiturc.es of the area below the Highlan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

... ,v -ii- $ 1 PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1975 Our^ inions assm Follow Through Smithville and Bastrop voters who went to the polls Saturday overwhelming showed their support of a leash law. which would prohibit dogs from running loose within the city limits of either community It is now up to the individual city councils to determine if the non - binding referendum should be enacted into law. Passage of such an ordinance would mean the establishment of an area dog pound and the hiring of an individual to serv$ as an animal control officer Therefore, the cost of establishing such a department will weigh heavily against the need for controlling the free roaming dogs. It is the general consensus that both Bastrop and Smithville would work jointly if such a law was enacted to establish a pound The possibility exists that a single animal control officer could be hired for the two communities, thereby futher cutting down expenses in the individ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

* , tv- -v ' •• - m A '■ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS Whitfield Named 75 Jamboree Queen Kathy Whitfield, daughter of Mr ;aod Mrs. Reuben Whitfield, wast crowned 1975 Sinithville Jan(t)oree Queen at Coronation ceremonies Thursday night The, crowning, by 1974 Jamboree Uui't'fi Donna Glenn, marked the official kickoff of the annual thrdt day Jamboree celebra- tions in Sinithville Kathy, a junior at Sinithville High School, was presented with the trophy signifying her selection by Smithville Mayor Albert I- Crawford, following his opening of the secret deci- sion of impartial, out of town Judges Chosen as first runner-up in the Jamboree Queen contest was freshman candidate Cory Bon* orden, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Bonorden Cory will fill in for Kathy in any event the Queen is unable to perform her i ';gal duties Duchesses chosen to repre- sent their classes as the Queen's court were Kinder- garten, Nicole McDonald, escorted by Tommy Baker; F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

r« a r J A rAiit THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS In Hall Of Fame ... By Mrs Frank Williams Si Km v Harike, Otto Haverland ami Wallace Arburkle were In- ducted into the South Central Texas Semi-pro Baseball Hall of Fame, recently Over 300 people were in Halletsville, Texas for the ceremonies and barbeque. To be eligible for this honor, a baseball player must have had an outstanding career in base- ball as an amatuer, semi-pro or pro, over a continuous num- ber of years. Hanke's career began in 1932 and continued through 1951. Haverland spent over 40 years as a coach, player and manager Arbuckle began his career as a catcher ir. Elgin in 1924 and played continuously through 1940. * If we Stock Safety Shoes | PULL-ON PECOS COMFORT LARGE SELECTION OF SIZES AND WIDTHS RED WING -T" Tsrger Hill & Son 2 00 Main Smith Tills ▼ ^ Hospitality House WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 Noted For Enthusiam Mrs. Jeannette Enter, a graduate student at North Texas State University, Denton, Tex- Smithv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

I MWMMMM * r "TSmlm MRH :Mr% wednesday, APRIL 9, 1975 the bastrop county times, smithville, texas Bryson, Neef Wed Donna Charlette Bryson ami Jerry Wayne Neef, Jr were united in Holy Matrimony Thursday, March 27, 1975 at t> P.M in the Methodist Chapel in Bastrop, Texas with the imme- diate family attending Rev Ben Welch performed the single-ririK ceremony Sissy Oelschlegeiof Port La vaca, Texas was Maid of Honor and Mike Martin of San Automo, Texas was Best Man The Bride wore a tiered, ecru, floor-length gown with an empire waistline, accentuated with ecru antique lace Shectr ried a nosegay bouquet The Maid of Honor wore a pale, blue floor-length dress and also carried a nosegay bou- quet "We The People" At First Baptist By Rrfv Henry O'Bryant Questions about political is- sues. social problems, and the morality of todays youth are questions that should and must be answered Political ethics are only talked about not prac- ticed. Socially, America is in the worst condition she has...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

■ m % - PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 19/5 P/ / and due Tei of i !**<> Tex bar | ft Oal. Blue Ball HELLORINE 69 WESSELS SUPERETTE ft Oal. Superior Les or Mellorine 69 5 Lb. BAG SNACKS89 $ POPSICLIS - DREAMSICLES FUDOSICLES - REFRESHOS WESSELS SUPERETTE © WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY A 10 OZ. JAR OF , INSTANT Maxuiell House AT WESSELS - S 1 99 WITH I COUPON .0 oz. jar ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE • OFFER EXPIRES U j 12/75 WESSELS"iuPERETTi 50c ON MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE SJ79 ! ? lb. can only .. WITH THIS COUPON ONE COUPON PER FAMILY I °s 4/1 2_/_7_S Pound YAMS PARKAY OLEO Buthf Bast Chopped 303 Con KRAUT 4/M00 M usselmann mm ^ fa/- w APPLE SAUCE 303can 39 UPTON'S TEA™™$1.39 PINTO BEANS ^* >^ 790 CREME SANDWICH OREO COOKIES 15 OZ. PKG 850 NEW! MARTHA WHITE COTTON PICKIN dL CORNBREAD poTk.S M I X $100 NO PEST STRIPSHEU $1.59 * lft OZ. «5 SHOESTRING POT A TO ESS 3/491 SUNNY JIM PEANUT BUTTER (Close-Out Price) 18 OZ. 59C 6 Pack (assorted ] MARS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

MP*** *■" *> 11 :* •* .: • *, K9 "* si£w - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, .975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS PAGE Band Barbeque Sunday Smithviile High School ImihIs will present their second annual Harb^que and Concert Sunday, April 13, at the American Legion The first such occasion, last year, was a tremendous success both from the students'and vis- itors'point of view This years outing promis's to b«? as successful, with delicious bar- beque and band concerts followed by an evening dance starting at 7:00 p.m. An addition to the program this year will be square dancing by the Smithville- LaGrange Road runners and other visiting out of town clubs Phil Lester and his band will furnish the music for this free show, with donations accepted to help meet ex- penses Other guest callers have been invited to participate The square danc- ing will take place from 2 00 to 4 00 p m. in the American 1 egion dance hall. All five Smithviile Tiger Bauds will perforin during the afternoon Barb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

mr f ffraa PAGE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1975 Smithville FFA Livestock Show Selects Champs A wning 10' x 14' Plus Posts & Installation TIE DOWNS SKIRTING UTILITY BUILDING Phone 713-242-3496 NKRVJCKS Hi SUPPLIES 1 < WEST POINT Smithville's 24th annual FFA Livestock Show, spon sored by the First State Bank and Chamber of Commerce was a rousing success Saturday, as was the breeders show sponsored by Rosanky Ranch Supply, inc., and Mr Henry Haisler Pedro Campos had the Grand Champion Steer, it was pur- chased by the Rosanky Ranch Supply, Mr Prentice Arthur, and Mr . and Mrs Richard Bui dick, of B-B Ranch Theanitnal weighed 864 and brought $1 40 a lb or $1209 60 Gayle Bohot had the reserve champion steer, Marhil Mfg Co. purchased the 893 lb animal for $1 00 alb or $893 00. The 3rd place steer was shown by Stewart Burns and was bought by Mr. and Mrs. A. J Rod for $1 39 a lb or $1241- 27 Mr and Mrs Rod donated the steer to Father Holtman. The...

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