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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Animal Facility Progressing, Nears Completion By P R. Smith ; Cattle. hoi ies, goats and imiles roam the Camp Swift pastures within the gates of the University of Texas Science J'.itk Animal Facility Rhesus monkeys occupy the three nut door 'cribs'which offer them all the comforts of home-- except freedom Two forty liy sixty foot buildings to house large animals aie under construction, with another 16.000 square foot build - tut! Hearing completion for smaller animals The time consuming ground work has been laid and the animal facility 'h;il has been talked Hlwut in this area for years is nearing the point of full operation "With luck we Should he in a position to start full scaleoperations tiy Sept em her, satd Dr Mike Keeling, who will be resident veterinary in eharReof the Animal F acility ' It has been a long, slow battle to i i-.ii h this st.u'.e (ii develop ment at the Science Park C'iti • let-its in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 Audie Murphy Memorial Room To Be Dedicated Audit* L Murphy. America's most decorated hero of World War II, in whose memory the Veterans Administration Hos- pital in San Antonio. Texas, is named will Im further honored on Armed Forces Day, May 17, 197ft, when a statue of the lamed combat leader, promin- Phifatelic Society Selects Meeting Pface The Bastrop County Philate- lic Society has changed its meeting place tothe Bastrop Public Library. The next meet ing will be held on Monday night, May 19th, at 7 30 P.M The program will i r • Pos tage Stamps of Great Britain 1840 - 1974 " The public is cordially invited io attend ently located in front of the main entrance of the $36 million. 18 month old hospital, is unveiled and dedicated His widow Mrs Audie L. Murjrfiy, and their sons Terry and James, will head the host of federal, state and local gov- ernment officials, veterans' organization representatives, c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

THURSDAY, MAY 15, 19/5 ACS Chapter To Organize In Smithville This ii> to invito the people ol Smithville to tin* organisa- tional meeting of the Smithville Chapter of the American Cancer Society This meeting will be held at the Council Room of tht City Hall at 7 .'10 p.m., Thurs- day. May 22 All who have participated in the work ot the American Cancer Society oi who tiave made a contribution to the American Cancer Fund are voting members of the So- ciety and are welcome to come lo this organizational meeting. This meeting has been called through the action ol represen- tatives of the several organizations within our town. VFW Auxiliary Elects New Officers Smithville Auxiliary mem- bers of George M Jones V F W Post *1309 held then installa- tion of officers despite the lashing winds and driving rain Officers lor I97r>-I<j76 are Mrs Thelma Davison, Presi dent Mrs Mary Ruscoe. Senior Vice Mrs Louise Hannusch. Junior Vice, Mrs IrlsGnzzell, Chaplain Mrs Edna Hannusch, Guard; Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

PAGI THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 Insurance Open To Youth <• Austin- With the end of present school term just a months away, high school college students should <• sMer preparing themselves jobs In the Texas insurance the dustry few That is th<> advice of F. Darby and Hammond, president of South on western Insurance Information for Service here in "While unemployment runs Students Commended Elgin. Six Elgin students have hew r.-> "i;nized for out standing werk in band, during the past yea t Thi se receiving pla< Russell Krause, ques *ixth Kinue bond; J j Arm Raschke. seventh grade band; and Lori Miller eighth grade band High School students awarded plaeques in recognition of their work were Preston House, Dorinda Ivcv and Georgia Riggs RAY'S CAFE Good Ol Country rood" 2 2 Miles North of Bueseher Park Entrance FM. RD. 153 Phone 237-9604 rampant tn some areas, " Ham- mond said, "there is ampleop- portunity for Utequalified ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

Mttfl THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILU, TEXAS 78957 Smithville To Field American Legion Ball Team Robert L Steffens Post 1B0 is sponsoring a baseball team to represent Smithville in the American Legion Baseball Program this year Our team will be hi a league composed of representatives of the American Legion 10th District To participate in this program all toys born on or after August 1, 1956, are eligible. The boy must be an amateur and must furnish a copy of his birth certificate to the Team Manager. Post 180 will obtain Team Insurance covering the participating boys District 10 has been divided into 2 stones Smithville. Round Rock, Pflugerville and Jarrell will make up one zone and L B.J., Austin High, Crockett, McCallum and Reagan (all Austin High Schools) will make up the other zone Winner of the zone will play each other for the District 10 Champion- ship The games *ill be played, on a home and home basis, so Smithville should have the opportunity to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

PAGE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 ''VJf I A ; SPECIALS FOR MAY15,16,17 Blue Bali Gold Rim V4 Ool. ICECREAM s149 Blue Bell White Rim 'AOol. ICE CREAM $|39 Duchess Deluxe '/j Gal. ICE CREAM sl ARE* IN* SEASON AT WESSELS SUPERETTE iPERETTE 1 WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY A 10 02. JAR OF INSTANT Maxuiell House AT WESSELS ^10 oz. coupon I ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE • OFFER EXPIRES 5/17/7 5 DEL MONTE DEL MONTE Pineapple Juice 46 OZ CAN 5SC CAISUP 26 OZ. ammm PARKAY "• OLEO Pound HO PEST STRIP $1.59 DEL MONTE SPINACH ""4-89 STOKELYS TOMATO S4UCE 8 Oz. Cans 6* 89 DEL MONTE SLICED GREEN BEANS 303 3 - 'I00 PEI OR CARNATION MILK TALL CAN 29 RICH & READY ORANGE DRINK —79 CHARM IN TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls 69 Assorted Colors Swift Jewel SHORTENING o,. M.29 42 CRACKERS Lb Box |J ^ C GIANT NEW!! DERBY BEAN & CHEESE BEEF PORK TAMALES 63c each (pal Fftzfa. Food Buys! FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice 4/95 Frosty Acres Plain or Pink LEMONADE '69 8 Lb. Bag Avocad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 9 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES fn -ct-t bhu LIFETIME Chain Liiik Fences Complete and in stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co . phone 237-2402, P 0 Box 509, Smlthville, Texas 78957 28 tfc Monuments for all ceme- teries, a beautiful $39.95 bible tree withearbpur- chase Monuments leveled and cleaned For informs tion, no obligation, write Hex 5239. Austin, Texas 9-tlc SALE! SALE! Do you have to move' Call us Bastrop Moving i Storage Phone#512- 321 - 2559 after 5PM Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14-tfc FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc Monuments Fret Custom engravings hm! installation m liiv cemetery of your choice. «ith purchase of any rea- sonable priced marker Phone Collect 321-2615 Bastrop or Writ.* Amiv Davidson Ht #1 Cedar (reek 7#$12 20 4tp FOR SALE New ami useo butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfr Some people do read th«' small print in the want ads To place your ad call 237 2461 SINGER SEWIN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 May 1975

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVIILE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1975 IIIIIIIMIIIMIMIIttilltMMtMltMUMMHUIIIMIHIIMIIIIMIHItllllMHIIMIMIItlMMIUUIIMHilimilllllllllllllHIIIMimillUtHMIDUIittlliHIIMIUMtlUllli i 237-2549 OR 237-1441 — 237-2000 THUNDERBIRD , SEPTIC SERVICE WE SPECIALIZE IN • SIPTIC JYSTIMS • BACKHOI WORK • DIRT I GRAVil • RANCH ROADS • WATIR LINES 112 Main SMITHVILIE FocxJ Stamps Increase Kirtley News (USDA), allotment household from $154 NOTICE Appointment no Longer Required for Custom Slaughter Slaughter Days Mon. Tues. SMITHVILIE FOOD LOCEEE & Wed. Food stamp allotments and maximum income eligibility standards will be increased on July I by approximately five percent, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture For example, the for a four-person will be increased to $162 a month, and the maximum income el- igibility level from $513 to $540 per month The Food Stamp Act. as amended by the Agriculture and Consumer Protection Act of 1973 (Public Law 93-86)...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

NEWS ( out COUNTY COMMU ULATION SfcRVICF VOLUME 84, NUMBER 21 ^a8cX,rty ®tutea SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY /S* THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 f a , v.. - ■ ■: ' iifik'J, J ■ ■ ■ V, ■ ■ mvj W. M - - ' EpE®l * , - THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 Bastrop School Board Asks Bid Resubmission Bastrop. Bids submitted for purchase of the nearly-com- pleted building trades bungalow caused some confusion at the May 12 regular meeting of the Bastrop Independent School District Board of Trustees meeting One of the bids offer- ed to pay "cost plus 10 per- cent " The other bid was for $5,200 The building at the present time in its unfinished state is worth $4,533. Hot water heater, light fixtures, floor tiles, and cabinet hardware will run the final cost to an additional $300 to $400. Sincethe man who offered the cost plus 10 percent had sold all but about $150 worth of the building's materials to the B I.S.D. and since school board members felt all bids sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 f I mions labor Of Love National Action For Foster Children Week is uj.H)n us (Mav 18- through 24th and there could not possibly be a better moment to commend the foster parenU of Bastrop County foi providing neglected and abused children with a temporary home in which they run receive warmth, friendship, and acceptance There -are eleven foster parent families in Bastrop County who have so unselfishly opened their homes ta unfamiliar children to bring a semblance of love and order to the disrupted lives of these children The need for foster homes has increased as a result of j recent state wide drive to reduce child abuse and neglect The shortage in central Texas of foster homes is acute in this area of the state, there are children of minority racial backgrounds and children over 6 years of age who are in desperate need of finding temporary homes in which to live Bastrop County should be extremely proud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

ft THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 3 Rewards Outweigh Problems For Area Foster Parents By P R Smith What special qualities or in- (tredicnts art; required to be a > Successful foster pa vent? What, > Indeed, prompts one to vol- unteer to i)f a foster parent to troubled children? Ronald and Beth Keehner, parents of a daughter and (uarduns of a son (the eldest child ol .i family friend), have been foster parents to two youngsters in the past year and are expecting the third ' to arrive at their home as soon as school is out "We always wanted lots of children, " says Beth Keehner, a German exchange student who remained in this country to marry and sink tap roots Unfortunately tin- Keehners were blessed with just one child, Suzanne, who is now eleven Through the years, the Keehners have taken in orphan children over the Christmas holidays, and have frequently had parolees from Juvenile schools assigned to them for periods of time, In t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

""" *~"r - " - ,. w IEZI-I3301 PAGE 4 IMt BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 75 4 E CLASS OF 1930 Pictured above are members of Smithville High School's Class of 1930 Front row(left to right) Front Row Helen Vyvjala, Elizabeth Davis Melton, Agnes Wotipka Sawyer, Bozarth Adamcik, Lois Rolston Bell, Durwood Kartell- Second row; Harris Young, Elberta McAnaney Schult?.. Nellie Hardee Hoffman. Marie Johnson Andrews. Norene Williams Brurison, Rita Iff Elliott Stitler Genie ve Shi rocky Stone. Freddie Lee Psencik Bauch, Ella Ruth Thorn Cavette. Fontaine Turney Thorn, Marguerite Walston Janek. Denman Roach. Third Row Jack Cantrell. Jim Moore. Frank Young. Bob House. Harold Johnson, L.C. Ramsey, Earl Rosanky, Bob Schlortt Introducing 3 all new Portable Cassette Recorders from CRAIG. Tailored for your personal needs. ?6?8 Portable Cassette Recorder Automate Shut-Off at FmJ of Tape Built In Condenser Microphone Au- tomatic Battery Charging Three Way P°"' 54995...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE tve JII lljt? on of 'BK :h- y. its r- id so in ty of Id Ice Cream Social Slated Friday Smithville "Friends of the Library" will host an ice- cream social al the Smithville Public Library, Friday, May 23rd between the hours of 5:30 and 7:30 P.M Everyone is cordially invited to join their neighbors for some tasty home-made ice-cream, social Visiting and the delightful musical interludes by the Smithville Stage baud under the direction of Mr Don Swaim, Band Director of theSmithville llii'li School This entertainment is spon- sored by the "Friends" as an added effort to provide those special services not allocated in the City Library Budget The ice-cream socials and the Sil- ver- Teas sponsored by Mrs Ruth Skelley, Friends presi- dent, have provided refresh- ments tor the Pre school Story and Film Hours, for the Summer Reading Club members' at the Awards party and for the Open House held annually at the Librar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

PA I I PAGE 6 Pony League Kickoff Saturday Bastrop Lee Counties Pory League play will get underway this KatunhLV i vt-nins' with a kickoff Sausage Wrap-Around arm double-(trader in Smith- ville All proceeds from the supper feed and game collection jK>t will go into a fund to help defray the expenses o< sending the league champion to the play- offs at the end of the season Manor will play Bastrop Lock Drugs in the first tilt, scheduled tor 6 00 P M Saturday At 8 00 Bastrop Cubs will lake on the Smithville team Prior to the games -- at approximately 5 30 P M area citizens art* invited to enjoy a sausage wrap-around supper The wrap-arounds, priced at 50 cents each, will be available during the games as long as supply's last Twenty-three Smithville boys aged 1' to !5 are trying out for the local team By Saturday, eight ol the aspirants will have to be cut to meet the IS player limit Coaches for Smithville s entry are Henry Baylor and Rusty DeLoach Last vear's league champion THURS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 THE BASTROP COiJNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 7 Over 400 Attend FFA Banquet Over 400 guests and Smith villi* FFA members heard Stephen Settle!, Smithvllie's resident. dt's< rilif tin- lot of America's Forgotten Maii- The Farmer, at the Annual FFA Parent and Soil Banquet Thursday night at the high school cafetonutn Stephen, who won District and Area first place awards (or his speech, com pa ml the lot of America's farmer with that ill those in the medl< .i! profession, pointing out that the farmer's return on his investment has increased minimr.lly in past years while the medical profession lias quadrupled its pixes Stephen will compete for state honors in Public Speaking in Houston in July. This year 's recipient of ttie Honorary Farmer awaru was A J Rod, owner of the RJver- hend and Flying H ranches near Sliuthville. ., Rod was awarded the honor for his con- tinual support of the local FFA program through his purchases of competing steers and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

PAGE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 Bi rthday Celebrated By Mrs. Arthur Goertz Approximately three hundred and fifty people from Rockne Strum Prairie, Cedar Creek Red Rock Bastrop Lockhart, Smithville San Antonio, and Austin, enjoyed the Free Annual Barbecue Supper with ail the trimmings, celebrating the birthday of the owner and operator of Leon's Country jstore in Rockne I.eon Goertz, held Saturday evening, at the store , Dan Tucker, Nelda Ann ^.irtsch, and Pat Bartscti, local Musicians from Rockne. and D.trrell Avers and Rudy fur- nished music for the evening Leon s Country Store located on M.an Street, Rockne spe- cializes in practically anything | one needs Their motto is * "If we don't have it we will * tr" to get it Their stock ; ranges from foods io barbwire, ; everything from soup to nuts and holts, Kvcn reading mat eriaL including the Bastrop County Times is available in the store Mrs Pat Bartsch(Nelda Ann) is the manager Helping...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

v V THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS' 78957 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES FOR SALE LIFETIME Chain Linn Fences Complete awl In- stalled. Free estimates. Builders Supply Co., phone 237 2402. P. O Box 509. Smithville Texas 7H'>.7 __ 28-tfc Monuments (or all ceme- teries, a beautiful $39 % BiMe free with each pur chase Monument!, leveled anil cleaned For informa tion, no obligation, write Box 5239, Austin, Texas. 9-tfc SALE" SALE! Do you have to move? Call us Bastrop Moving & Storage Phone*512 321- 2559 after 5 P M ( all 321 2425 or 237 2521 14-tfc FOR SALF New and used butane systems Plume 237 2521 . Up Monuments Free Custom engravings and installation hi tne cemetery of your choice, with purchase of any rea- sonable priced marker Phone Collect 321 ^61 r Bastrop or Write Andv Davidson Rt «l Odai Creek 78612 20 tip K)R SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc Some people do read the small print in the want ads To place your ad call 237- 2461 SI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 22 May 1975

PAGE 10 rHt BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1975 n Central School Students Present Program Smithville St intents of Cen- tral School presented a Bicentennial program entitled A Nation is Born," at the May meeting of the PTO (Parent - Teacher Organization* The singing of'' America, The Beautiful opened the program, which was followed hv an im- pressive ii.ti ceremony Skits presented Included the depicting of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and Recital To Be Held May 27 Smlthvilh Piano students of Mrs Kunatti will perform in recital on May 27 at 7:45 p m at the First Baptist Church of Smithville Students participating in the program are Kim Dixon. Eliz- abeth Rhode, I.ita Courtemanee, Michelle Courtemanee, Debra Mays. Sue Waneck Debbie Cook, Debbie Curies, Carolyn Mutschink. and Martha Dutv. the creating of the American Flag by Betsy Ross Taking part in the Declaration of Independence skit were Jesse Zimdars Phillip Malnu, Jonathan F lemi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 May 1975

*'■ COUh N I: WS COUNTY ULATION < OMMUl SLRVK'I tKlt ®mcs SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP; ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY IS* V0LU1L 84, NUI1BEK 22 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 29,1975 Bastrop Independent School District School Bond Passed Bastrop. Voters in the Bastrop Independent School District passed a school bond for $! 8 million Saturday, May 24. iB a 334 to 212 vote. The turn-out represented 15 percent of the BISD's eligible voters The bond issue carried in only one of the four polling places-- the city of Bastrop It was de- •oated in the three rural boxes - Cedar Creek. Red Rock, and Watt er son At the Bastrop High School box the vote was 252 for and 87 against the bond issue Cedar Creek recorded 47 for and 61 against, while in Red Rock, there were 26 votes cast in favor of the bondp.nd 38 against. In Watterson 9 persons voted for the bond, and 26 voted against it i>eperate boxes were used for the casting of votes for property owners and no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 May 1975

PAGE 7 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, MAY 29,1975 Pa [ eV' in mt Ai S< sp Ca W eit ju th Wl Li ar Li Gi Hi E' hi w oi a y hir/ 1nions Continuing Contracts You think one of your child's instructors is unfit to teach, what can you do about it? The answer--you complain about it to the school principal, the superintendent, and the school board mem- bers The result youfet naturally depends upon whether or not there have been previous complaints made against the teacher and the general responsiveness of those persons with whom the complaints have been made In some school districts there is another obstacle, the continuing Contract The few school districts which offer continuing contracts do so after a teacher has satisfactorily completed a probationary period bt instruction. There are instances in which a continuing contract <;an be broken but this is extremely legallv involved and rarely, if ijver done As .1 result patents and students are. in many case...

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