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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 November 1978

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 November 1978

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 November 1978

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 November 1978

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 16 November 1978

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

I'icrofiln Center, Inc. F. 0. Box 45436 &o'11j3, Texas 75235 ®ljt ®astrnp (Eninttu ^&ix\xt% TV listings inside Serving Smithville, Bastrop, Elgin and all of Bastrop County 20< VOL.87. NO. 47 THREE SECTIONS, 24 PAGES THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1978 One woman was hurt when her tractor trailer hit the bridge at Smithville. Three were killed in this head-on accident Friday Accidents On Texas 71 Kill Three9 Injure Four SMITHVILLE — Two major accidents and two minor ones this weekend raised to 242 the number of wrecks in Bastrop County for the year and the number killed in them to 15. Three lives were claimed in a fiery head-on collision between a car and pickup truck Friday after- noon at 4 o.m. Three others were injured in the wreck, which occur- red on Texas 71 about one-half mile east of Bastrop. The dead were identified as Edward Moy, S3, of Sugarland; Marvin Cornelius of Houston, and his son, Jason Cornelius, age seven. Three other members of the Cor- nelius family were injur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

SEC. I, PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1978 Our*' * awns It's Not A Game Friday's accident on Texas 71 near Bastrop which resulted in the deaths of three persons brought to mind several important points. First, while those first on the scene performed a function by freeing the injured from the burning truck, the other persons who insisted on milling about were getting in the way of emergency crews. Just as bad were the drivers who just had to get one more look and al- most ran over the men who were trying to direct traffic around the scene. A traffic accident is not a spectator sport. Victims' lives and those of the men who respond to help could be jeopardized by those who do not follow directions and move away from the scene as quickly and orderly as pos- sible. If you come upon an accident and can help the victims, don't hesitate to offer aid. But if things are obviously under control, don't "rubberneck" and get in the way. You woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER ?J, 1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 SEC. 1, PAGE 3 EISD Tightens Bonfire Rules ; ELGIN-Future home- * coming bonfires at Elgin High School were I placed under stricter ; rules by the Elgin School ; Board Tuesday night. The board's action J concerned school policy J for allowing students : to gather fuel for the ; bonfire and guard the * fuel the night before . the fire. The board voted to designate the Student Council as responsible for appointing two teachers, two or three parents and one paid policeman to super- vise activity on Wednes- * day night before the . Thursday bonfire. The new policy will go into effect at Home- ly coming next fall. | Superintendent C.W. ; Thompson had originally ; recommended that the ► board adopt a policy «stating. t "No materials to be !;■ placed on the school grounds to be used for a bonfire until the day of the bonfire and on thai day senior students, upon the presentation of a waiver signed by their parent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

SEC. I. PAC.F4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23.1978 Like It Or Not, Youth Center Nears Completion I cs By JANE HUNT BASTROP — Four years ago. 300 Bastrop area citizens gathered in the old county courthouse to debate the environmental impact of a pro- posed Federal Youth Center at Camp Swift. At that time, heated discussion of the center's affect on the community was held between supporters and opponents. Today, the center is almost completed and is scheduled to open in the spring of 1979. Opponents still exist, but many are accepting the center as a reality. Those supporting the prison claim economic prosperity to Bastrop with its $6.6 million yearly operating budget and more than 200 employees. .County Judge Jack Griesenbeck, who along with Cong. Jake Pickle, was influential in the prison's construction, feels it's acted as a catalyst to get ipeople to invest here. Those opposing the prison are still not happy about it. but are resigned to it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1978 Bastrop Nursing Center News Last week started with Christmas cards and a mo\ie and popcorn in hors d'oeurve picks, the chapel on Monday. We plan to have mostly "Silver Linings" by the hand made decorations Salvation Army was very on the tree this year, interesting as it told No one has called to the many areas in which adopt a resident yet and the Salvation Army there are several resi- serves. dents who have no famil- On Wednesday the Un- ies. Call 321-2529 and ited Pentecostal Church share the true meaning **ve * party . hon- of Christmas this year, ««SL, 'J16 residents "Love and good will with November birthdays, toward all." residents celebrat- Mary Olivera has a ed 594 years of living, birthday on Nov. 28. Earl Light was the young- Mary Hilbig. Will est. and in chronological Miller and John Goertz order came Malcolm arc in Bastrop Memorial Wells, Joe Muehr, Mary Hospital. Let them know Olivera, Dave Eskew, you are thankful for their THE BASTROP COUNTY...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

SEC. I. PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23,1978 Before Friday's Game Seidel Crowned Homecoming Queen By DEBBIE HOLMES crowned Homecoming Queen for the year 1978- SMITHVILLE — Dur- 79. ing pre-game activities She is the daughter of Friday night at Barry Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Field, Peggy Seidel was Seidel. Peggy was escort- ed by James Bridges. Student body President of Smithville High, Robert Vickers presented Peggy with a dozen red roses and a kiss. The nominees were escorted on the field while the band played "Feelings," a tune appropriate for the occas- ion. Student body vice- president Mark > White read off each nom- Bastrop TOWER THEATRE PH. 321-2177 Showing Nov. 23-25 THAT-A WAY IlmCoffiwarr nmm Box Office opens 1:45 on Thanksgiving Day Late Show Sat. Nov. 25 UWUNCtRlOWMMU fsUNG&SOD Box Office opens 11:15 p.m. Showtime 11:40 p.m. Nov. 26-28 JEFF i:\uumi i*aix;ts imrn MVkXJS lAOMEl ! KILLEDtiEEb |4iUSBAND# * inee's accomplishmen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1978 '''"ii'TM THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 WHAT'S HAPPEMM IN THE... 9HHR section PHONE 321-5721 BASTROP PHONE 237-2461 SMITHVILLE FOR SALE SPECIAL SERVICES Public Notice EMPLOYMENT FOR REAL bargains in Maize Johnson new and used furniture. No* 2. Main Street. Smith- ville. Phone 237-21II. tfc LOOSE DIAMONDS Price quotes - Krash's 32l3j?i. B""Dp- % Automatic deer feeder' 12-volt. Feeds once or twice a day. Variable on time. Mount on your own container. $64 . 512/321- 36-tfc Maize Johnson grass hay. In the field. $1.00; round bales. $20. Call 1-272- 4094. 30-tfc S PECI ALSAi-E! TREES AND SHRUBS Fall is in the air. It is time to plant shade trees and shrubs. We have a large selection in. COME SEE COME SAVE McGinnis Nursery Smithville, Texas Winchester Road MONUMENTS Memorials of Enduring Beauty. A complete line of Quality Granites. Honest Dependable Service. Reasonable Pric- es. All work fully guaran- teed. Temple Granite Works, Mrs. C. M. P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

SEC. 1, PAGE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23,1978 Winchester News Stalmach, 90 on Nov. 25; Addie and Ella B. Carr, 89 on Nov on Nov. 26. 12. Homemaking Happenings By CLARA CURTIS Congratulations go to the Gold Award Winners in the Countywide Home Demonstration Achieve- ment Day: Mrs. Irene Winn, Mrs. Iris Strem- mel, Mrs. Celestine Ma- tocha, Mrs. Alta Brad- shaw, Mrs. Adolph Hoff- man, Mrs. Louise Goer- litz, Mrs. Margaret Grosse, and the Smithville Home Demonstration Club Educational Exhib- it. TIE DYING PROGRAM On Wed., Nov. 29, at 2 p.m. in the First Nat- ional Bank Civic Room there will be a special program, "How to Dye Everything But The Kitchen Sink." The pro- gram will include tips on dying fashion, home furn- ishings, crafts and small project ideas. This program is spon- sored by the County Ex- tension Office and Texas Agricultural Extension Service. All interested citizens are invited to at- tend. Extension programs are open to all...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 SEC. II. PAGE 1 Smithville Surprises District Champs Luling Outlasts Tigers 26-20 SMITHVILLE — Lul- ing had to resort to a fround-gobbling offense riday night to come from behind for a 26-20 win over Smithville. Trailing 14 - 6 at half- time. the District 2SAA champion Eagles followed running back Willis Mack- ey to three straight touch- downs. then held off a fourth quarter Tiger rally. If Luling was over- confident. the Eagles failed to show it in the early minutes of the game. Mackey raced 40 yards for a touchdown on their first offensive series and they led 6-0 with nine minutes left in the first quarter. The Eagles had another drive in the initial period die at the Tiger 15, and then, it was Smithville's turn to shine. Senior Randy Zimmer- hanzel recovered a Lul- ing fumble at the Eagle 48 and the Tigers drove the distance for a touch- down. The score came as Juard Bobby Rice fell on ames Bridges' fum...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

SEC. II. PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1978 Tigers Start Basketball Season Tuesday Five Lettermen Return For Smithville SMITHVILLE — With the final sounds of the footbal season barely gone from Barry Field, the Smithville Tigers moved inside to the bas- ketball court this week to begin a new season. Coach Dwight Stockton is counting on five letter- men back from last year's 6-18 team for a better record this basketball season. Among the lettermen are two starters, seniors Willie Deary and Terry Wayne Johnson. Deary was a second-team all- district selection last year at the wing position. Johnson plays post and both have 6-0 height, which is about the maxi- mum for the Tigers. Speed on the Tiger team should come from senior letterman Michael Garcia and junior James Alexander, who will move up from the junior varsity along with Tommy Shir- ocky. Also returning from last year's varsity are junior Alan Hemphill, a 6-0 wing, and sophomore...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE. TEXAS 78957 SEC, U.PAGE 3 \ Santa's PM j§PJ 1- y fyV. ' ' $ fComing § BASTROP — The Bas- trop Young Homemakers >0f Texas organization t:will have Santa Claus at i-the Sears store in Bastrop j for pictures with children • on Dec. 2. Polaroid pic- tures can be made with Santa between 9 a.m. and noon. The next meeting of . THT will be Dec. 4 at I;7 p.m. in the Bastrop High School homemaking ; -department. J, ; Hermann I To Meet : SMITHVILLE — The Sons of Hermann will not hold their regular meeting in November on the regular meeting night as that is Thanks- giving. The meeting will be held Thursday even- ing, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. at the Hospitality House. Dr. Davis To Speak To Cancer Society Donald R. Davis, Ph.D., a Research Sci- entist wit the Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, will speak to the Smithville Unit of the American Cancer Society on Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

IIE SPECIALS GOOD NOV. 23-29 SHOWBOAT SPAGETTI 4^*1.00; IEADWAY FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 for 89° ism If fwuoctrtoil k^J 300 CAN LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 39c 5 0Z. CONTADINA TOMATO SAUCi 6 *1.00 8 OZ. MADAM MANDARIN ORANGE 55c 11 oz. CHECKER 2nd OF THE ««* WEEK BERNICE 1UCK WE RESERVE LIMIT HIGH 303 CAN |LEADWAY| TOMATOES 303 CAN OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AM-9 PM OUR SALES LAST FOR 7 DAYS S2 TOMATOES - CARROTS 19C .< ... POTATOES 19' ~ LEMONS 12^1. AVOCADOS 6*1. "ORANGES 25c POUND Vi GALLON ROUNDS BL GOLD $| 70 RIM RIM Vi GALLON ROUNDS SUI COLONIAL *1.69 2wlEs.P4Ac FRENCH I EGGO WAFF I- •mi± 2. . ji CALIFORNIA feV a ' LEADWAY PEANUT \ BUTTER 1 WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS LEnUCE 39' CONTAC CAPSULES *1.25 5 OZ. BANQUET 11 OZ. BANQUET WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS COOKING DINNE io LEADWAY v evaporated CANNED MILK |C HEAD WE HAVE POP SHOPPE 10 COUNT I 1 U C-MOUR REUtf MELLOW ROA! COFFEE *1.69 *3.37 « ' TALL CANS. 8 02 PEPTO BISMOL / Sm I EVER-READY HEAVY-DUTY BATTERIES 1 PACK CORD >'0Z FLEX SHAMPOO $1.49 "oz ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

IE ■: iUCK I IT RIGHTS LIPTON *1.19 12 OZ. TEA BAGS *1.59 24 COUNT POPS RITE POPCORN 69c 2 LB. BAG 6 PACK 12 OZ. CANS SHASTA COLA or DIET COLA *1.19 )S BLUE BELL f't.69 «"jj*n.S9 lOUNDS SUPERIOR $1.59 ch fries 59c FFLES 65 BAGS f°r IW *1.00 ERS 59 OPEN SUNDAYS 7 AM-9 PM 10% OZ. OLD El PASO 300 CAN GiBHARDT'S 10 OZ. CAN ROTEL 15 OZ. CAN WOLF 6 OZ. BOnLE GEBHARDT'S TACO DINNER REFRIED BEANS 3,.$,1. TOMATOES & GREEN CHILIES PLAIN CHILI HOT SAUCE 3,1,1. WILLIAM'S*6* CHILI SEASONING !,«, SOFT DRINKS f/ The PoP Shoppe \ GOURMET HEAVY GRAIN FED BEEF FRESH pork chops "cT *1.39 OLD FASHION MARKET !Tt:NING$1.29 CRUST 59* t CRACKERS 85c % FOOD [SlAHPSj LOCATED ON HI-WAY 71 GROUND chili meat DRINKS 10 OZ. KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES 89c 13 OZ. NEW!! ROAST *l STEAK *1 *1.29 GOURMET HEAVY-BEEF sirloin steak $1.69 LB. PHR0ERcoEir.nDoz. beef patties 89' reg.° beef wieners 95 12 OZ. RATH HICKORY SMOKED bacon *1.15 '^""breakfast sausage 95c 1 SALAMI-SVtUNCH MEAT $ 1 ,59 MARKET MAM pan sausage ^1.39 A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

SEC. 0. PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1978 VFW Raises Flag By ERLENE GOERTZ A Flag - Raising Cere- mony, commemorating Veterans' Day, was held at the VFV* Post 2527. near Rockne, and at the newly-erected flag pole at Sacred Heart Church, Rockne. Participating in the ceremony sponsored by the Ernest Bartsch VFW Post 2527 were Post Commander Gregory Klaus, Quartermaster Vernon Bartsch, and Clay- ton Hoffman, Charles I. Osborn, and Raymond Spencer. The Post purchased and donated a new flag to the Sacred Heart Parish for the ceremony. Driver School Set SMITHVILLE — The Department of Public Safety will be spon- soring a Driver Emphasis Settee-Mint Tax-qualified plans (IRA, TSA and Keogh) through your AAL representative. TED WOLFRAM. FIC DISTRICT PEPWUMLNTATIV* *.0. BOX 59* • UA GRANGE. TX 78945 TELEPHONE (713) 96S41S3 AMMtdciaMonJocLiiMui— towuranc* School Nov. 27, 28, and 29 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in the council chambers of Smithville'sCity...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 November 1978

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23.1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 sec. ii. page 7 I 321-5721BASTROF 237-2461-SM1TRVILLE - .. Jl IOME OF THE $42,950.00 > KINGSIZ[ LIVING ROOM WITH CORNER FIREPLACE > 3 BIG BEDROOMS > LOTS OF CLOSET SPACE > FORMAL DINING > PATIO r i BEAUTIFUL TREE-COVERED CUL-DE-SAC LOT l • ENCLOSED UTILITIES FULLY-EQUIPPED KITCHEN WITH DISHWASHER & DISPOSAL > 2 MINUTES TO CLUB, TENNIS, SWIMMING > 10 YEAR WARRANTY PROGRAM FOR IMMEDIAT MOVE-IN 3BR/2B "ENERGY SAVER" $54,100« 2BR 2B "RETIREMENT DREAM" $47,500« 3BR/2B "EXTRA-LARGE LIVING AREA" *57,900# 3 BR/2B "CONTEMPORARY" *69,000 • • BEAUTIFUL MOMESITES 8 BUILDERS TO CHOOSE FROM THE PINE FOREST BASTROP 321-3954 AUSTIN 478-7244 HOUSTON 654-1288 THIS HOME IS JUST STARTED. . OCCUPANCY PLANNED FOR I APROXIMATELY JAN. 30, 197 HOMES ESTATE assistance BASLHOi TIMES R. B. HALL REALTY <*r Martha Tuck MANAGER P.O. Box 253 BASTROP 20 acres in Bluebonnet, 19 miles Austin, large trees, tank, $2...

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