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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 April 1976

SEC. 2, PAGE 8 - w' > ( ^ I <1 I HE BAST ROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 APRIL 29. 1976 * f <! - c r Following are the dele- gates in the May 1 pri- mary who are pledged to Ronald Reagan: R. Miller Hicks Rhoda Benson W. St. John Garwood Sue Briscoe There is a difference In the May 1 presidential primary, Texas voters will make a decision that can profoundly affect the future of our nation. That decision, in its simplest terms, is this: Should America continue travel- ing the path it has followed for the past 10 years, toward bigger government at home and the weakness of "detente" abroad? Or should we seek a new and different course: Calling a halt to the upward spiral of big government, enormous deficits and heavy taxes, and seeking a firm defense of our legit- imate interests? On these and other issues, there is a clear and striking difference between the presidential candidates. Gerald Ford stands for continued drift with the liberal policies of big government a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 April 1976

n> (/> fp t/j Etc. Friday, April,23 through Thursday, April 30 Supplement to the Bastrop County Times, the LaGrange Journal, and the Round Rock Leader C FRIDAY TELEVISION IVENING APRIL 30, 1976 ID © Maureen Stapleton portrays a woman who builds a relationship with Charles Durning based on tenderness, affection and a desire to live in "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom The Emmy Award-winninQ special is rebroadcast Friday on CBS MOVIES ON TV FRIDAY April 30 10:45 CBS Late Movie Earth II (1971) Gary Lock- wood. Anthony Franciosa The residents ot a second planet earth la space station orbiting 300 miles in outer space) live on the brink ot nuclear disaster when they become involved in a Chinese plot to destroy the Soviet Union. SATURDAY, May 1 7:0C NBC All-Disney Movies That Darn Cat (1 9 6 5) Hayley Mills Dean Jones. A Siamese cat becomes both secret agent and secret weapon as investigators try to locate and capture a gang ol bank robbers who kidnap- ped a teller in the course ol th...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 April 1976

I.VI •< PAGE 2 SATURDAY TELEVISION MAY 1, 1976 MORNING Adam Rourke portrays an investigative magazine reporter who looks into the murder of his brother is accused ot committing "The Keegans is a drama to be shown Monday on CBS THIS WEEK'S TV SPORTS FRIDAY, April 30 1:00 ABC World Heavyweight Championship World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Muhammad Ali will defend his title a g a t n s t challenger Jimmy Young dur- ing a live and exclusive telecast by ABC Sports which will also include a 12 round bout between the No. 1 heavyweight contender Ken Norton, and Ron Stander (Note Live tbiecast ot Ali - Young tight will not be aired in Baltimore Maryland and Washington D C ) CBS NBA on CBS 8:15 CBS NBA Playoff Gam* 11 00 ABC The Kentucky Derby Special SATURDAY May 1 1:00 NBC Grandstand 1 15 NBC Major League Baseball 76 The Oakland A s vs the Balti- more Orioles at Baltimore Backup Game MMwaukee Brewers vs Minnesota Twins 3 00 CBS Sporls Spectacular Demolition Derby, one ot the most exciti...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 April 1976

P*GE3 SUNDAY TELEVISION MAY 2, 1976 MORNING t:15 Q U.S. OF ARCHIE 8:30 Q MUSIC AND THE 8POKEN WORD S:4S Q HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS 7:00 Q VEGETABLE SOUP q CONSULTATION 0 HOUR OF POWER © CARTOON CORNER 7:15 0 SACRED HEART 0 SOCIAL SECURITY 730 0 MEET THE PRPFESSOB Q THE HUMAN DIMENSION 0 DAY OF DISCOVERY q SOCIAL SECURITY g) VOICE OF VICTORY 7:45 0 MEDSCOPE IMQ DAY OF DISCOVERY 0 U.S. OF ARCHIE Q REX HUMBARD 0 USA: PEOPLE AND POLITICS 0 BAPTIST CHURCH 0 THIS IS THE LIFE Q3 VEGETABLE SOUP 1:30 Q AT YOUR SERVICE 0 0 HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS 0 BEHIND THE LINES 0 ORAL ROBERTS 0 JAMES ROBISON © GOSPEL HOUR 1:00 0 EASTER SUNDAY MASS 0 LOS NINOS 0 ORAL ROBERTS 0 WOMAN (Q REX HUMBARD 0 PEOPLE • :3O0 MOVIE "The Outlaw s Daughter/'. (1954) Jim Davis, Kelly Ryan. 0 TV FORUM 0 COMMUNITY CHURCH 0 CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT 0 GROOVIE GOOLIES 03 THE JOHNNY FRANCIS SHOW •:45 0 FAITH FOR THE DAY 10:00 0 RAWHIDE 0 CAMERA THREE 0 AUSTIN PRESENTS 0 WASHINGTON week in REVIEW 0 COMMUNITY REPORT 0 THESE ARE THE days 10...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 April 1976

PAGE 4 TUESDAY TELEVISION ■VENING MAY 4, 117* •*0 J® CCD® NEWS AUCTION 7* COI CONT'D l:MQ NAME THAT TUNC S AMERICA CONCENTRATION 0 BEWITCHED © ADAM-12 7:00 Q MAQIC, MAQIC, MAQIC 0 0 BUGS BUNNY AND ROAD RUNNER 0 (D HA"V DAY> Cunninghams decide to make extra money by renting ■ room over their garage, they get more than they bargained for when Fonzie decides to make his residence there (R) 7*7 0 0 BICENTENNIAL MINUTES 7J0QS GOOD TIMES A change in schools bring* on a change In Michael - and Florida (ears it's for the worst (R) 0 0 LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY "How Do You Say, 'Are You Dead' In German". There's pandemonium ahead when • non-English speaking German dellveryman collapses In a faint In Laverne and Shirley's apartment 7:87® Q3 NBC NEWS UPDATE A one minute summary of the latest news IMQ gj POLICE WOMAN "Glitter With A Bullet". When Sgts Anderson and Crowley Investigate the apparent slay- ing of a rock musician, they realize the Impact of nar- cotics on the recording In- dustry 0 Q M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

% ^5cL,t„ ®ime SERVING: SMITHVILLE. BASTROP. ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY ivicrof.rln ^Cent^r, Inc. 0. Box 45i 36 Delias, Texas 75235 VOL.85.NO. 19 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES.SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 MAY 6. 1976 Run-Off Will Decide Sheriff Running, as candidate nent far back in the pack, Hemphill put it, "toe to in the hotly contested toe and jaw to jaw," two Sheriff s race. veteran Bastrop County Chief Sheriffs Deputy lawmen made a nearly even Verlin Hemphill led the field split of the county's votes, with 1225 votes, but close leaving their nearest oppo- on his heels came that Sheriff of yesteryear, I.R. (Nig) Hoskins with 1189. These two will face each other in the June 5 run-off. In another hotly-contested race in the county, incum- bent Pet. 1 Commissioner Wilma Wiley soundly de- feated her two challengers, Sherril and French, even though Sherril's home precinct of Paige chose the, native son by a 2 to 1 mafgin. In Pet. 3 Leon Grohman trend. Bastrop County overwhelmingly endorsed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

PAGE 2 mSm THE BASTROP COUNTY LUE.TE1AS7W57 MAY 6. 1976 ur^ KJWwns 5Little David The ■ of May 9-15 has bees declared National Small Week, and contrary to popular notion, small to be afive and well in Bastrop County everywhere has inumerabie problems to to many a small businessman it seems mira- be survives those first two or three years of abound, /with "alphabet soup" I Mpervisary agencies ranging from OSHA to IBS. from EEO •!to EPA. looting into every nook and cranny and not about to give anybody a break just because they're getting During those first few years, the money to keep the doors open is often tight, and sometimes it teems that once all the income is in and aO the bills paid, the business is just breaking even—if the boss doesn't get a salary. But the biggest obstacle any small business faces is the apathy—or worse, outright opposition— from the community the businessman seeks to serve. There are people in the world who oppose progress in any form, and who feel that any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

MAY 6, 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE3 Bastrop County Democratic Primary Results PCT.* p, . Total Voles Cast Shenff Wade L. (Sarge) Wallace Howard Holmes A.M. (Teddy) Hoffman Weldon Dixon C.R. "Sonny" Brookshire Verlin L. Hemphill Ron Keehner James T. (Jim) Odiorae l.R. (Nig) Hoskins Commissioner, Pet. 1 Wilma Wiley Hershel Sherill Bryson E. French. Sr. Commissioner, Pet, 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Abs. Total 418 380 615 173 475 352 98 153 190 294 133 539 997 79 4896 13 16 5 6 45 22 1 5 3 10 5 3 66 4 204 11 13 81 32 14 21 13 5 12 7 1 123 30 8 371 13 11 260 23 15 14 15 6 6 9 5 197 32 6 612 12 32 14 1 11 19 1 3 0 3 0 22 30 2 150 15 33 22 1 23 25 2 7 17 14 17 7 43 2 228 193 59 33 5 131 % 3 30 66 127 29 46 391 16 1225 20 0 3 1 14 2 0 8 3 1 6 3 47 5 113 72 122 15 5 113 64 0 32 8 14 8 22 194 19 688 58 72 167 97 94 76 61 41 81 106 56 120 144 16 1189 260 21 - 585 24 890 58 90 - 196 9 353 90 19 - 198 7 314 DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION Mrs. Bill Carrin Patman ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 MAY 6. 1976 Art Contest To Be Held Libran Notes An art contest will be held in conjunction with the Lost Pines Country Fair, the an- nual benefit festival of the LBA VFD. The age divisions will be: 1 )Kindergarten and grades 1 and 2; 2)Grades 3-4-5; 3)Junior High grades 6-8; 4)High School grades 9-12; 5)Adult. Rules and regulations are as follows: 1. Theme: Pine Tree. All entries must in some way carry this theme. 2. Only one (1) entry per individual. 3. Minimum size of entry: 8'/j x 11. Maximum size of entry: 18" x 24". Any art medium may be used (watercolor, oil, Cray- ola. chalk, etc.) NOTE: It is preferred that the en- tries be in colors rather than black and white. 5. On the back side of the entry include: name, grade, or division, address, and phone, and parents' name if not an adult. 6. Deadline for entries is Wednesday, May 12. All entries should be brought to the Bastrop County Time* office in Smithville by this deadl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

MAY 6. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGES Magic Show To Be Presented the smi- |ustin two |Mrj and Mr. |Most irris, bnted jrses the I Mrs. imily the J cM- llfred tod- I Jack in answer to a few « questions concerning the i;May 22 show being spon- - sored by the Bastrop Volun- teer Fire Department, City ^Manager Bill Cos Released \ these facts to the press. [Centennial i Celebration IPlanned jj Final preparations are jjbeing made for the combined {centennial celebration for fSacred Heart Parish, ?ockne, and St. Mary's 'arish. String Prairie, lo be held at Meuth Hill, String Prairie, May 9. A jjtlean up day of the area was Jield Saturday. May 1. a Father Leonard Leddy, fastor for both parishes, E'lll offer Mass at 10:30 a.m. Meuth Hill, located on e property of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilhelm. 5 The CYO Choirs from both parishes will sing traditional bymns and some German hymns for the occassion. i A picnic lunch will be served following the Mass. Persons wishing t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 MAY 6. 1976 Jr. High Honor Students Named Ten Smithville eighth grade students and four seventh graders have been named as honor students by Sam Houston Jr. High School Principal Gene L. Sampson. The students' 4 jtures with their grade p >int average for the school year 1975-76 appear below. Thomas Shirockv 96.292 Jimmy Fleming 93.083 Rodney Spencer 91.458 Bartsch Tire Company Clearance 4 ply polyester A 78 x 13-19.95 F78x 14-23.95 F78x 14-24.95 G78x 14-25.95 H78x14-26.95 G78xl 5-25.95 H78x 15-26.95 L78x 15-28.95 F.E.T. from 1.78 to 3.08 670x15-6 ply 24.94 700x15-6 ply-26.95 7750x16-8 ply-34.95 800x16-5-8 ply-39.95 E.T. from 2.58 to 3.421 Carolyn Rogers 91.125 7th Dana Zimmerhanzel 90.875 Grade Helen Weishuhn 97.77 Lxdki Sims % .22 lrvin Janak 94.22 Loretta Swboda 93.72 Automatic chef ... ends Pot watching V* I • The automatic chet cooking control takes the guesswork out ot microwave cooVing -Sensor measures interval temper...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

MAY 6. W6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS ^8957 PAGE 7 w/ ice, ge. P^ "3d. :ad. SGSL Season End Nears In spite of suffering their third loss of the season Sunday, the Vita-Craft Cougars, coached by Joyce Adams, remained securely perched atop the SGSL Majors rankings as the last week of regular season pl<^y got underway. In the minor circuit, the Marhil Waves and MKT Employees Katy Belles are deadlocked in the top slot with identical1 7-1 records. The Cougars widened their lead on the pack by winning two of their three contests during the past week, losing only * to the Parrots in a makeup game Sunday afternoon. Thev opened their schedule with a convincing 12-7 win over the Piranhas Tuesday night behind the steady pitching . of Marilyn Hill, following this victory with a one-sided 30-10 triumph over the Woodpeckers Thursday. Puzzle Anderson went all ,-.the way in the Thursday ' contest, which was close for four innings but broke loose with a Cougar hitting ^'barrage in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. T*LXAS "8957 MAY to. Wt, Open Sunday HANGING BASKETS $3M SUPERMARKET Specials For May 6-12 #300 Van Camp Pork & Beans 3/890 139 16 oz. Pillsbury Chocolate Chip Cookies 870 24 oz. O.B. Macaroni or Spaghetti 590 303 Can Rosedale Cut Beets 5/$1 48 oz. Del Dixie Whole Dills 790 303Can Rosedale Cut Green Beans 5/$1 7 oz. Gladiola B .B. or Str. B. Muffin Mix 2/490 7'/j oz. Kraft ' /J OI. ivrafT A Macaroni & Cheese Dinners 0/o9C f Grade A | ^Raw Milk/ \l.39 \ Gal. / M Iv4# Ia \ \plus ueposifr "fii, \ w 89« Miracle Whip A-1 I Steak Sauce 890 FRESH FRYERS - 49 arganng' r 1# Parkay 2/89® \( (@)/ 10/ l\ Aim 4.6 oz. Aim ■■ A . Tooth Paste JuC Pepsodent Tooth Brushes 350 8 oz. Willa Balsam Shampoo $1.29 4 oz. Johnson A Johnson M Baby Oil 790 7 Schick Platinum Plus Injector Blades 990 2*4 Oi Orafix 990 Hormel Slab-Sliced Bacon > s129 , 12 oz. Hormel Pork Sausage 99c 12 07 Rath All Meat or Beer Wieners 75£ 12 oz. Rath n ' Bologna or Salami 03 Rath H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

^6 . MAY 6.1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHYILLE. TEXAS "WS7 PAGE 9 Small Businesses Flourish ■ ■ nfl mm CITY CAFE RENOVATES—The City Cafe in Elgin, owned by Mrs. Faye Rhodes is receiv- « ing a new face-lift. Also, the Rhodes plan to include a townhouse upstairs. Times Photo v: ELGIN D-Q--Construction continues on the new Dairy Queen being built in Elgin. The new facility will be located on U.S. Hwv. 290. Times Photo 1 MORE SPACE, MORE MFRCHANDIZE-Kinley Hardware of Smithville has recently expanded its floor space and has increased its merchandise in order to better serve cus- tomers. Times Photo THANK YOU VOTERS f 1 would like to sincerely thank all of you w ho supported me in the election for Sheriff. Since you saw fit to make me the top runner in the First Primary Saturday, I ask that you stay with me in the June 5th election. With your help and influence we will win this Sheriff*s Race! Again I say many thanks and I will be seeing you. Verlin Hemphill Chief Deputy Bastrop Co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

P*GE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 MAY 6. 1976 -J ma Screwworms Reported Locally Smithville FFA Sale Results Told The Smithville Future Farmers of America Chapter under the supervision of Advisor Garence Karcher held its annual show and sale on the 24th of April during the Jamboree Celebrations. This was the 25th annual show by the Smithville FFA Chapter. This years show was sponsored by the First State Bank. Chamber of Commerce, and the VFW, all of Smithville. The Grand Champion Steer was shown by Jerry Krchnak. The champion steer weighed 1004 pounds and sold for SI.31 a pound for a total of $1,315.24. Krchnak's steer was a Charolais Cross which was bred by his father, Frank Krchnak. Buyer's were: Schroeder Gulf, Gifford Body Shop, Mom's Liquor Store, C & H Builders. Smithville Auto Supply, Fiebig Lumber Co., riverside exxon, Clarence's Refri- geration & Electric, Ham- mond Grain & Feed, Kinley Hardware, Chapperell, and J & M Texaco. This grou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

MAY 6, 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLF TEXAS "W67 PAGE II BASTROP COUNTY TIMES CLASSIFIER m ffi wmm COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE... You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!" For Sale Employment I for Rer,f McGINNIS NURSERY I Smithville 2 miles East off 71] on Winchester Hut.i ••SPECIAL" ' I May Day to Mother's! Day. Hanging Baskets.! Hundreds to chose from I at prices you will enjov.l If you come here first I you will be glad you did. I FOR SALE: 14xS0' 3 bedroom-2 bath mobile home. Call 237-3529 18-tfc FOR SALE:New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521. tf u X 60 Mobile Home. 3BR, l'/j bath. Central air and heat. Skirted. See at 304 Lvnch or after 4:00. FOR SALE: New and Used Butane Systems. Phone 237-2521 ' tfc FOR SALE: New and used Vermeer round Balers. Bale Movers. You can pay more but own no' better equipment. George Gular Austin 243-1599 18-9tc FOR SALE For Mother's Dav Hanging Baskets- Blooming plants of all kinds. Come see Toni Hribek. Floral Gift Shop. 700 Hudgins Sm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

I > • FACE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 MAY 6. 1976 Kirtley News By Mrs. W R Urner RAINFALL Kirtley bad about 2.2 in. of rainfall since the last report OUT C OF TOWN Relatives and friends the funeral of Itrading Mrs. Loue Louise Went Monday, April 19, 1976 were; Mr. and Alton Scott and two of Temple, and Mrs. Gus Dugger of Corpus Christi. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Roye and daughter Mrs. Bill Preece and son Gregory Lee of Spicewood. Mrs. Leola Urner of La Grange, Mrs. Clara Kruger of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Puasewang of Rosharon. Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Binnicker of Deer Park, Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Day of Telephone. Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Garon Beverly of Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Roberts of Richmond visited their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Frand Young last Friday ESTATE AUCTION 1205 Pecan St. — Bastrop. Texas MAY 9th - 1:00 P. M. The Estate of Mrs. Mary Brieger Victorian Walnut Hall tree Oak Shoeshine Box Hall Mirrors Primitive Chairs and Tables Oak Stacked Bookcases Bible ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

Hi '• Has Etc tv listings Supplement to the Bastrop County Times, the LaGrange Journal, and the Round Rock Leader FRIDAY TELEVISION EVENING MAY 7, 1976 Jeff Bridges graduates from the crooked path of moonshining to a perilous career as a stock car racer on "The ABC Friday Night Movie " Valerie Perrine provides a flash of romance along the way. MOVIES ON TV FRIDAY, MAY 7 8:00 ABC Friday Night Mavis "Hard Driver" (1973) Jeff Bridges. Valerie Perrine. A free-spirited boy becomes a hard driving man on the rocky roads of stock car rac- ing. 10:30 CBS Late Movie "The Story of Pretty Boy Floyd" Martin Sheen, Kim Darby. A drama which con- cerns a young man who became one of the de- pression America's most notorious criminals. 8ATURDAY, MAY S 7:00 ABC Saturday Night Double Feature "Brenda Starr" (1976) Jill St. John, Victor Buono. America's favorite comic-strip news- paperwoman becomes Involv- ed in voodoo, millions of dol- lars in extortion money and estrange doings In the dark, dangerous J...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 May 1976

PAGE 2 SATURDAY TELEVISION morninq • 00 0 FAR OUT SPACE NUTS •JO O ACROSS THE FENCE 0 QHOST BUSTERS 8*48 0 COME Y CAPERS 7MQ 0 EMERGENCY PLUS Q Q PEBBLES AND BAMM BAMM Q SESAME STREET (0 0 HONQ KONQ PMOOEY JOSIE AND PUSSYCATS Q Q BUQS BUNNY HOUR (d ed t0m an0 jerry •tfOQ ffl WALDO KITTY Q ELECTRIC CO. >40 o pink panther Q Q SCOOBY DOO a mister rogers © 0 QILLIOAN l«0© land of the lost 0 q sha2am/isis q sesame street (b 0 super friends imq qg run, jos, run itsoo q © planet of the apes 0 far out space nut* g uncle jay q electric company 0 © speed buqqy 1*40 q © westw1nd g qhost busters o 810 blue marble o mister rooers IB 0 odp ball couple 11*00 63 THI Jl iKO or t?w dinosaurs q masterpiece theatre "Sunset Song" 0 0 the lost saucm t1' Q © 00. U.s.a. "Oregon Bound" (Pari II) SI* orphans follow the Oregon Trail to their new home In the Pacific Northwest (R) a a fat MAY •, 1S7S g SAT. MATINEE 0 FRIENDS OF MAN 0 INSIGHT 1:30 Q WALLY'S WORKSHOP 0 CALL IT MACARONI Q) TO BE ANNOUNCED 1:00 ...

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PACE 3 SUNDAY TELEVISION MAY a, 1176 MORNING 6:15 Q U.8. OF ARCHIE 8*0 Q MUSIC AND THE SPOKEN WORD 8:45 Q HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS 7MQ VEGETABLE SOUP Q CONSULTATION (B HOUR OF POWER gQ CARTOON CORNER 7:11Q SACRED HEART 0 SOCIAL SECURITY 7:30 0 MEET THE PROFESSOR g THE HUMAN DIMENSION 0 DAY OF DISCOVERY Q SOCIAL SECURITY 0 VOICE OF VICTORY 7:45 Q MEDSCOPE S:Q0 O DAY OF DISCOVERY " g U.S. OF ARCHIE 0 REX HUMBARD Q USA: PEOPLE AND POLITICS (0 BAPTIST CHURCH THIS IS THE LIFE 0 VEGETABLE SOUP 8:30 0 AT YOUR SERVICE 0 g HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS Q BEHIND THE LINKS * CD ORAL ROBERTS 0 JAMES ROBISON gj GOSPEL HOUR 8:00 0 LOS NINOS Q ORAL ROBERTS Q WOMAN 0 REX HUMBARD 0 PEOPLE 8:10 0 MOVIE "The Law and the Lawless" 0 TV FORUM Q COMMUNITY CHURCH Q CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT © GROOVIE GOOLIES © THE JOHNNY FRANCIS SHOW 848 Q FAITH FOR THE DAY 10:00 0 CAMERA THREE O AUSTIN PRESENTS Q WASHINGTON WOK M REVIEW {Q COMMUNITY REPORT ^ 0 THESE ARE THE DAYS 18:80 g FACE THE NATION Q WALL ST. WOK 0 CHRISTOPHERS 0 MAKE...

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