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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

PAGE 2 m . *#;\r V THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7.197fc ..ITS TAB FIRST T060[\ Editorial Home *1111101 members par fTIEWMIIT DO YOU THINK THE OPEN MEETINGS LAW IS A GOOD LAW? 1 Tuesday night ' ignorance by the Smithville Hospital Board. I.ilHan Vinklarrt asistant store manager - Yes, 1 V think it is a good law be- cause we are paying the men and yes, we should be outstanding had to be introduced to the Towers istrator before the meeting, and 2) all illegal do the board. tkipated in an apparent illegal dosed session. as a group It was amazing that the board, as a pimp, did not per- sonally interview the new Tower's administrator. This is especially amazing when one considers that the Towers is showing a profit, while the hospital receives a subsidy from the nursing home. Perhaps, technically, the position should have been filled by the authority's administrator. but normally, the board should be partkripating in the major decisions that effect t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

I HI KM>A> I* It'KFK THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMFS SMITH V1LLE. TEXAS 7W67 i'VW i Oktoberfest Set For October 9 BLOOD DONOR WATCHES - A blood donation drive was held in the Rockne community. Twenty-five generous people gave to the worthy cause. Times Photo 25 Donate Blood Twenty-five persons in the Rockne Community do- nated blood to the Mobile Blood Bank stationed in Rockne on Saturday. Octo- ber 2. The donations re- placed bood used to try and save the life of Richard Harrison, who was involved in an auto accident during August and died several days later. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and their son Richard lived in the Rockne commnitv until three weeks before Mr. Harrison's death, when they had moved to Lake Bastrop. Mrs. Harrison and Rich- ard would like to thank each person who donated blood to the drive or who helped in any way at the time of his accident and death. Quoting Mrs. Harrison. "'May God bless each and every one of you. and you can be assured of our prayers for you." Tommy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1976 "Yte! I said 15%!" For most Texas drivers. State Farm has rates that are 15% less than rates set by the Stale See me tor all the details. Arthur J. Friemel 252 N. Washington LaG range. Texas 968-5258 249-3521 Lie a good Ar-4V *IU ftiAi a* i ium mn t tits*r.timwiv ... • _ . . Convention Discussed FIEBIG LUMBER CO. The Smithville Home De- gates representing Bastrop Club met at Conntv. and with several 2:50 p.m.. in the home af other members from Smith- Mrs. Edna Roberts with the viBe. Bastrop, and McOade comity extension agent. Mrs. attending at least part Clara Curtis, who brought time. the program for the day. The report of the County Mrs. Roberts opened the Council Meeting included meeting by leading the the decision that the Fall group in the club prayer and Tour should be to San Ja- tbe Pledge to the Flag, cinto State Park and to the Eight members answered National Aeronautical and roll'call. Space...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

/ . 1 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7 IQ7fc School Lunches OCT. 11-15 lunches SM1THV1LLE MONDAY — Hot dogs w/ chili, potato bucks, dill chips, blackeyed peas, cin- namon roll, milk TUESDAY -- Tacos w/ cheese and green salad, pinto beans, deviled food squares, crackers, milk WEDNESDAY ~ Sloppy Joes, pork and beans, po- tato chips, oatmeal cake w/ topping, milk THURSDAY — Stew w/veg- etables, cole slaw, French bread, cookies, milk FRIDAY — Pigs-in-blanket, tossed salad, blackeyed peas, ice cream, milk THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 r*y— PAGES Zarsky Appointed Chairman Mrs. Elizabeth Zarsky, Bachelor of Science Degree R.N., daughter of Mr. and in Nursing from Incarnate Mrs. G.J. Klekar of Halletts- Word College, San Antonio, ville and cousin of the (Curat Her many community vol- ko families of Smithville. unteer activities have in- has been appointed Chair- eluded 4-H Clubs, Czech man of Volunteers for the Catholic Womens Fraternal Centex Chapter, American of Texas. (K.J.L.T.). ...

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■ i .v.- - ^ I PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMIIIiVlLLE. TEXAS 79967 thursday. october 7. I II r Specials For Oct. 7-13 W« rts«rv* the right to liait quantities OPtN M O N -SAT 8 30a t to 7 00 p SUNDAY 9 A;G " ^ tO' .JO S-5FR SSE: A. JuaboRoll Hi-Dri jf Towels Big 2 79 SUPER SPECIAL ERMAR 300 Can Renown S. t5 S £I A S.5E: SSE: a. ^Worchestershirevl Friday Saturday super special Texsu M Quencher SUPER SPECIAL super special 5.pes spec,a. s.pf ® SPE:.A. 1# Maxwell House Del Monte lOOCount Value Make-lln ■ VI Mil V VM $1.45 Value -Aim- 36 Count Bayer's 59< Value $1.95 Value $1.49 Children's Aspirin 8 oz. Haley's M.O. 12 Count Kotex Desitin Regular or Baby Fresh $1.39 Value $1 59 Value $1 09 Value 89$ Value 200 Count Kleenex B Feminine Napkins SUPER SPEClAi S-PES SSE::A. SUPER SPECIAL Prunes /89? 155c / S-PER SPECIAL 10 oz. Instont Maxwell House dlHBQSbr jgf" * Meyer's Pound Elgin SausageHM $l 79 M39 12 oz.Rath Hickory Siaoked paeon — u.39 sp 12 os. Rath All Meat or Beef Wieners -...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

*> ' ih . ' ' " - ■: . . ' - y I Bastrop (Eolmto V \ SEC. 2 PAGE 1 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7.1976 OH HECK. I COULD DO THAT! - That trapeze guy ain't nothiii' compared to the rope on my tree boose! He can juse come on over and we'll see if he can handle it. Times Photo SMITHVILLE LIVESTOCK COMM. CO. Chris Lentz Bastrop 512-321-3015 Phone 512-237-2258 or 512-237-2629 Smithville Livestock Comm. Co. Sale Every Wednesday 1:00 p.m. All livestock bondwu and insured. Billy Doris Jr. Smithville 512-237-3203 "live o ■at your local Dairy Quee 4 Datrij Queen Thurs. r Thru Wed. lunch Special H -2PM HUNGR- BUSTER FRIES & PRINK 91.20 Off To The Circus! It's a ma ring how lively and rambunctious second and third graders can be at 7:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning. Approximately 120 kids beaded for the Shrine circus in Austin. The Smithville buses left Central school at 8.-00 and got back around 2:00. All afternoon the children were entertained by clowns and trained animals and de- lighted in the tri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

Mr ■M SEC 2. PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITH VILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7.19" 6 Eagles Declaw Tigers by Jimmy Hoskins The Smithville Tigers hosted the Luling Eagles in the first district game of the r year. Both teams came into the game looking for their first victory of the year. The Tigers played tough on defense but just couldn't get their offense going. The game began with the Tigers kicking to the Eagles, it was a defensive battle most of the first quarter. On the last play of the first quarter, quarterback Karl Pullins rolled out to his right and hit wide receiver Larry Barabas for a 25-yard touch- down pass. The extra point kick by Albirt Cubit was good putting the Eagles in the lead 7 - 0 at the end of the first quarter. With 7:39 left in the half halfback Clint Lippard ran 13-yards for another Eagle score. The extra point at- tempt was no good. After 1 an exchange of punts. Eagle quaiterback Karl Pullins dropped back to punt on forth down. The Tigers defens...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

4.'; V. fill «I THURSDAY. OCTOBFR "* Wh THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SMTTHYftLE^ texas 78957 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SBC, J. PAGE J - * •V COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE. FOR SALE Control hunger and lose weight with New Shape Diet Plan and Hydrex Water Pills. At Ken's Rexall. FOR SALE: New and Used Butane Systems. Phone 237-2521." tf Professional Directory RICHTER WATER WELL DRILLING ALL TYPES WATER WELLS. CERTIFIED CONTRACTOR PUMP SALES AND SERVICE MEMBER OF NATIONAL WATER WELL ASSOCIATION LICENSE NO 200 PHONE 512 865 3518 P O BOX 15V FLATONIA. TEXAS 78941 DR. ROBERT KOHLER Eyes Examined Frames Repaired Glassed Fitted Lenses Duplicated Soft Contacts & Hard Contacts Cluseu: Thurs. oc Sai. Afternoon Old Masonic Bldg. Phone 968-3953 La Grange. Texas DR. NEIL R. GURWITZ DR. JOHN McGUIRE OPTOMETRISTS 110 Main. B&rop Phone 321-2106 OFFICE HOURS Ebily 900to5 JO Closed: Thursday and Saurday Afternoons Bulldozing & Land Clearing Disc plowing, stock ponds leveling 14 years conservation exjterienc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

SK.1PME4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMlTHVflLLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7. 197b V > / Cistern News.. id Debbie Tay- lor of Austin and Sue and Pain Vtnkiarek of Cistern. Hone folks who atten- ded were Mrs. Edward ie and Pam. . Bobby Rietz of Cistern. Mrs. Adolph Brunner. nhauser. Mrs. Donald Pntchard. and Sandy Pospisil at Flatoma. PERSONALS Mr and Mrs. Michael Stienhauser of Austin were here visiting homefolks Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bordovsky at Houston spent the weekend here in their cottage visiting homefolks. r Bastrop County and Municipal Records mA$mM,k im (gTT 4 EU.M L Deter: Sp^edw* 122-Ml atd Bern mmmi ww® wom* Lima Fnwfcrmft Vkeet/ M Vhhngl g I Sutrtr rttnr ft Midi fc hm R W*dr F rm-Miw lk>iu Corfu/ v< t'lrti'/ gj lake Slark v \M% UM Mil* * mm \UNUM w in***. *30 Ml Man i« L KiiipjrA. Speed nKt? *22. 5® Murk H H..« VZTMl Mm II. VtmaiMfck: Speed «* . «8k5 la .<-s L. Hvndmfct. DilL.li?. \ug s< I. L.HI Jft/. Speed- ing 1 VJ* Ml Paid H IwiW!'. Sprctb...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

TV LISTINGS Supplement to the Bastrop County Times and the Westlake Picayune is OF MlU£P" OY&. PiM€Z> / w - - |U A TV SHOW- ^ WHAT VA/AS TMT NAAA6 OF £HcW' 10 16 •„M*3 5,9NU.W7VA,t FRIDAY TELEVISION 1 DAYTIME Monday through Friday MORNINQ 0 Q MARCH FOR TOMORROW (D ffi ALL MY CHILDREN 6:30 0 COMEDY CAPERS q LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU (Mon., Wad., Frl.) Q SEX ROLES (Tu., Th.) © LONE RANOER 6:35 Q TOWN AND COUNTRY • :40 Q TAKE FOUR 0:45 Q ADELANTE Q NEWS 0 CLASSROOM 740 O |Q TODAY SHOW Q O CB* N1W* q MISTER ROOIRS 0 © GOOD MORNINQ. AMERICA 7:28 O ID Nlw* 0 SOOKENDS (Mon., Frl.) 0 BULLETIN BOARD 7 (Tues. Thurs.) 0 IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST (Wed.) © FOCAL POINT 7400 ©TODAY SHOW Q SESAME STREET 0 GOOD MORNING, AMERICA IMQQ CAPTAIN KANGAROO • 25 O 0 CD NEWS •40 0 CD TODAY SHOW Q EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 0 GOOD MORNING, AMERICA •MQ © SANFORD AND BON Q Q PRICE IS RIGHT Q ELECTRICC OMPANY 0 © MIKE DOUGLAS G HOLLYWOOD SOU ARBS 4 00 g J"""1®"" Q EDUCATIONAL © SUNCH PROGRAMMING (0 CELEB. SWEEPSTAKE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

PAGE 2 SATURDAY TELEVISION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 11:30 ABC American League Championship* ABC Sports will provide live coverage o( the first playoff game for the American League Championship. 3:30 ABC NCAA Football ABC Sports will provide live coverage of a game between Oklahoma and Texas from the Cotton Bowl In Texas. 3:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 7:00 ABC National League Championships ABC Sports will provide live coverage of the first playoff game for the National League Championship. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10 11:30 CBS NFL Today NBC Grandstand 12:00 CBS NFL Game Dallas vs. New York Qiants. NBC NFL Games Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets Kansas City Chiefs vs. Wa- shington Redskins New England Patriots vs. Detroit Lions Pittsburgh S t e e I e r s vs. Cleveland Browns Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Cincinnati Bengals ABC College Football '?• An ABC Sports presentation which spotlights for viewers those players and games which make the Sunday headlines in the sports sec- tions across the country. i*V; ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

PAGE 3 SUNDAY TELEVISION MONDAY TV OCTOBER 10, 1976 MORNING 6:30 Q MORMON CONFERENCE 0 HUMAN DIMENSION 7:00 0 SACRED HEART Q SEX ROLES (£j HOUR OF POWER ££) WORLD CONCERN 0 CARTOON CORNER 7:15 0 CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS 0 SOCIAL SECURITY 7:30 Q DAY OF DISCOVERY 0 VOICE OF VICTORY 0 GOSPEL HOUR 8:00Q HUDSON BROTHERS SHOW 0| 0 REX HUMBARD Q SEX ROLES 0 TH>S IS THE LIFE 8:30 Q DAY OF DISCOVERY 0 THE NEW CAPTAIN GUS SHOW ££) JAMES ROBISON 03 BAPTIST CHURCH 940 Q MOVIE Tammy and the Doctor" (1963) Sandra Dee, Peter Fon- da. 0 (Q ORAL ROBERTS Q SCHOOL TALK 0 PEOPLE VUE 9:30 0 PRE-ELECTION SPECIAL 0 COMMUNITY CHURCH Q CAPITOL GALLERY 0 BAPTIST CHURCH 0 THE NEW ADVENTURES OF GILLIGAN © JIMMY SWAGGART 9:45 0 FAITH FOR THE DAY 10:00 0 CAMERA THREE 0 AUSTIN PRESENTA 0 WASHINGTON WEKK IN REVIEW 0 ODD BALL COUPLE 0 CAPITAL EYE 10:30 Q CONVERSATION 0 O FACE THE NATION 0 WALL STREET WEEK 0 CHRISTOPHERS 0 ANIMALS, ANIMAL*, ANIMALS 0 JOHNNY FRANCIS SHOW 19-45 0 SOUTHWEST CHURCH OF CHRIST 114S0 0 MEE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 October 1976

PAGE 4 TUESDAY TV OCTOMR 12. 1171 DAYTIME SPORTS 1:00© 2£) NATIONAL LKAQUE CHAMPIONSHIPS (I - DAYTIME MOVIE 10*0 0 "Brass Bottle" EVENING i*o0 BOO® 03 NEWS Q VILLA ALEQRE 8:10 0 NAME THAT TUNI 0 SOUTHWEST CONFER. ENCE FOOTBALL HIOHLITES 0 SCHOOL TALK 0 LET'S 00 TO THE 0 BEWITCHED 0 ADAM-12 7*0 0 0 BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP 'Vrleoners Of War" A Japan*** air aca, shot down by Pappy Boylngton fscas rough (raalmant at tha hands ot Pappy s man until ha dob- bars them at ping pong. Queet: Bonnie Franklin. 0 0 TONY ORLANDO AND DAWN 0 PICCADILLY CIRCUS "Plaintiffs snd Defendants" 0 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS 7:17 0 0 NBC NEWS UPDATE A one-minute summary of tha latest news. ' 0 O BICEN. MINUTES •*00 0 POLICE WOMAN "Trial By Prejudice" 0 Q M.A.S H. Radar's sudden. Inexplicable promotion to lieutenant stuns everyone In the company but Hawkey* and B.J., whoso Ingenuity was responsible for the elevation In rank of the corporal. •*00 0 OHE DAY AT A TIME The drifting Julie and Chuck learn a hard le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 October 1976

• - % liastrop Ulcrof?l-i be^Ur, Inc. P. 0. Boat 45436 Dallas, Texas 75235 I i i SERVING SMITHVILLE. BASTROP. ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL 85, NO. 42 THURSDAY. OCTOBEK14,1976 Fireworks Fail To Go Off SMITHVTLLE - The City Council met Moaday night for what was expected to be a "hot" session, bat turned oat to be mostly The "fireworks" expected to erupt over a citizens' group that had reportedly - planned to attend the session to com- . plain about police service in the city. Several policemen and ex-poiacemen were in the council chambers through- out the meeting, but no were ever aired from the audience. Daring the routine com- mittee reports. Councilman Robert Smith noted that only 17 citations were issued by the force during Sep- tember. "Traffic hasn't been work- ed too strongly because (Officer) Young is in school -d the other men are having to work extra hours," Smith said. In other council matter, Don Catherman and Austin Wampier. representing the Luftwaffe Flying Club and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 October 1976

PAGE 2 as THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILJc, TEXA5 ./.-/.OCTOP^g tir^ / IV. Guffcy f, S J). Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs It has become increasingly popular during this Bicenten- nial year to wax ecstatic about the tenets of freedom and the role that a free press plays in those tenets. ■-'The simple fact of the matter is, however, that it is fitting aid proper that the press take a moment or two and its smut" during this vear. Those first dreamers founded this nation recognized full well that freedom ! press and of speech were the first freedoms that must [protected • hence the First Amendment. The First Amendment, which is part of the goup known as die Bill of Rights, has been challenged unnumbered times. It has survived throughout our history and with it the very essence of democracy has survived. . The burning desire for a free press comes in part from our heritage in die very nation we sought freedom from • England. Edward Brinsley Sheridan said on the floor of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 October 1976

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 i ' ■ J Watterson Farm's History Marked by Jane Hunt One hundred and fourteen years ago, a man and his wife came to Texas, finally settling in a spot about eleven miles south of the ^Colorado River. This settle- ment later became Watterson Community, located twenty miles west of iawKJMb ■ Smithville and five miles southeast of Red Rock. Within 20 years, Watterson was a thriving community with roads, a grocery store, HIS i ^ ^ r •.'*41 GATEWAY ~ The land for the Watterson cemetery was set aside for the community in 1869. Times Photo post office, school house, and a cemetery. Today, Watterson is still with us, its weathered houses and barns remaining to remind us of its once flourishing past. Mrs. Bryan Sanders of Bastrop, great grand- daughter of the founder Charles C. Watterson, says "There was quite a community up there at one time. They grew corn, fruit, and grazed cattle on the 1,000 acre farm. Their cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 October 1976

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TMEJ. SMITHVILLE. jfzXAS WK7 / THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14. Planning Holiday Parties "The Best for the Hod- Service Advisor for Entex, days" will be presented by Jk. on Monday. October Mrs. Rosemary Alien, Home 18th at 7 JO p.m. in the H.D. Clubs DevelopeNew Skills mm of the 1st National Bank, Bastrop. This program is being spon- sored by Mrs. Clara Curtis, County Extension Agent and the Lost Pines Garden dob. Why join a home demon- stration dub? According to 122 women in Bastrop County,home demonstration dubs offer exciting meetings monthly with the latest home economics information. Home demonstration dubs offer members an opportun- ity to develop leadership skills and a chance to meet new people in the county, district and state. fai these orgs ni rations there is not a membership fee. •; These dubs participate in exciting projects in each own inanity each year. Clubs are open to anyone regardless of race, color, sex, socioeconomic level or religion. For more i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 October 1976

I 1 thursday. OCTOBER 14, 197b THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMUHVBXE, TEXAS 78957 Society Send Two To Austin Wk be taught Pat Driscol and Marv at California as October 12 at die Dolores Faaaly O ttri ia Austin. The conae was written by the two ladies to hdp young teenage gkb team to hive Christ, develop good moral the af Catholics alone. She aged the members to joia with others to advocate namely food, economy* ducaoon, h« U-S. foreign prfcy, media and military expenditures. She expressed the hope that voters examine the positions of candidates on the full range af issues as well as the person's integrity, philo- sophy and Derfbrmance. Ladies Brush Up On Fire Skills ■r £ Lena Goals, Doyle with Fire Chief Lunday. LEVIS DENIM BELLS. VOLUNTEER GETS INSTRUCTIONS - The Five Points Volunteer Fire Department chief, Charlie Lunday. instructs Lucille Simmons on fighting grass fires. at the membership to be conducted Mrs. Reynold Goertz a——cod the dates of special feasts for the month and stated...

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PAGE 6 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14.19761 THE BASTROP rotiNTY TIMES. SM1THVBLLE. TEXAS 7895', We reserve the right to limit quantities. SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL Specials For Oct. 14-20 2# Blue Ribbon Pineapple c'^r >J- SUPER SPECIAL jkhastQlChic^ SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL OPtN MON SAT 8 30 am to / 00 p ^ 6!4 oz. Breast of Chicken ^ Tuna I 15 Count Hefty Tall Kitchen Bags SUNDAY 9 00 a m to 7 00 p m 2/99 ERMAR SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL 72 Gallon Orchard Gallon Prestone 1# Va's Fleischmanns Drink Margarine Crick*! lf.. . Plus Vitamins Minerals 30 Tablet One-A-Day $1.49 Value 24 oz. Micrin 1/2 oz. Soft & Dri Roll-On $1.69 Value $1.36 Value 8 oz. Shower to Shower /2 oz. Sinutab Sinus Spray Flintsto Tablets $1.79 Value Value Tablets 40 Count Kotex 100 Tablet O $1.49 $1.89 Value SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL Nabisco xtra Spaghetti Sausage FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE Blu# Boil fiold Rim '/? Gal W...

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®be ^astrop ', ■€ ' ■* g THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1976 SEC. 2. PAGE 1 Cameron Win Dims Elgin Title Hopes Cameron coach Ed Cauley said that stopping fleet-footed . Elgin back Elroy Fa Ike would be a top priority Friday night. Finding the way to do just that paved the way for a Yoeman win over the stymied Elgin Wildcats, 22 -14. Elgin's newly come-to- gether offense clicked for coach Bobby McClendon all during the first half. But when the Cameron Yoe came back from the dressing room at the half with a "stop Falke" plan, and the ham-strung Elgin offense was unable to put together a scoring drive during the remainder of the game. Falke. who had rack- SPRINTER -- Wildcats. Elgin's Elroy Falke rounds right end on his way to a TD for the Times Photo Brahmas Stampede Bears The Bastrop Bears threw away their victory to suffer defeat at the hands of the Halletsville Brahmas during the last few minutes of the game. An untimely inter- ception killed a Bear drive late in the game and set up a Brahm...

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