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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 October 1976

SATURDAY TELEVISION f TV Pial-ogue VAN DYKE ERA -- How many seasons did the origi- nal Dick Van Dyke Show last. Also, what was Richie's (his son) middle name. I have a bet on this with a friend of mine. Frances Tremont, Columbia Heights, Minn. The Dick Van Dyke Show first aired in 1961 and ran through the 1966-67 season. Richie Petrie's middle name was Rosebud, named after the famous final words of Orson Welle's in "Citizen Kane," referring to his childhood sled. SET-UP SMILES -• This sounds like a «lUy question, but are Donny and Marie's teeth for real, or are they capped? J.L., Macon, Mo. . Mrs. Osmond swears that every one of her kids' spar- kling teeth are their own. But, she admits, those daz- sling smiles cost the family a lot of money in orthodon- tist bills. FALK FACTS -- Where was Peter Falk born and how did he become an actor? Josie Lewis, Shasta, Calif. Falk hails from New York City, can't you tell? Falk, who has a B.A. and M.A. in public administration from Syracuse Univ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 October 1976

SUNDAY TELEVISION \] MONDAY TV in. OCTOBER 24, 1978 MORNING 0:30 Q HUMAN DIMENSION 740 0 MUSIC AND THE 8P0KEN WORD 0 SACRED HEART Q SEX ROLES 0 HOUR OF POWER 0 WORLD CONCERN 0 CARTOON CORNER 7:18 Q CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS Q SOCIAL SECURITY 7:30 0 HERALD OF TRUTH Q DAY OF DISCOVERY 03 VOICE OF VICTORY 0 G08PEL HOUR IMQ MEET THE PR0FE880R Q HUDSON BROTHERS SHOW O © REX HUMBARD Q 8EX ROLES THIS IS THE LIFE 8:30 0 DAY OF DISCOVERY 0 THE NEW CAPTAIN GUS SHOW 03 JAMES R0BI80N © BAPTIST CHURCH •40 0 MOVIE "The Thirteenth Letter" (1951) Charles Boyer, Linda Darnell. A writer uses a 'scarlet pen' to describe the weaknesses that were destroying his town. Q © ORAL ROBERTS Q SCHOOL TALK 03 PEOPLE VUE 9:30 0 PRE-ELECTION SPECIAL Q COMMUNITY CHURCH Q TEXAS WEEKLY @ BAPTIST CHURCH © THE NEW ADVENTURES . OF GILLIGAN 0 JIMMY 8WAQGART 9:45 0 FAITH FOR THE DAY 10:00 0 CAMERA THREE 0 AUSTIN PRESENTA 0 WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW 0 ODD BALL COUPLE 0 CAPITAL EYE 1040 0 CONVERSATION 0 O FACE THE NATION 0 WALL...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 21 October 1976

k * Tnmnrz TUESDAY TV OCTOBER A, UTS DAYTIME MOVII 10:00 UJ "A Mailer o« EVENING IMQ 0Q0® 0 NEWS Q VILLA ALEGRE 1:30 0 NAME THAT TUNI 0 SOUTHWEST CONFER. ■NCI FOOTBALL HMHUTCS O SCHOOL TALK 0 LET'S 00 TO THE ffi BEWITCHED © ADAM-IS 7MQ QfUIAA BLACK "Preaumed Dead" A capturad Navy airman la replanted un- der tha noaaa of the Pappy Boylngton outfit, aftar being brainwashed, to d a a t r o y Marina laadara. 0 0 PEOQY FLEMING SPECIAL "Holiday On lea At Madlaon Square Garden" Q AN EAMBS CELEBRATION |B 0 HAPPY DAYS 7*0© 0 LA VERNE AND SHIRLEY 7:57 Q 0 NBC NEWS UPDATE 0 Q BICE NT. MINUTIS SMOflS POLICE WOMAN "Sara Who?" 0 O MJLB.H. Hot Lipa' mysterious disap- pearance to disturbs Franl> Burns ttiat ha accidentally shoots B.J. In tha lag ai ha'a arming hlmsetf for ( Jungle search for tha mleeln; nurse. IB 0 RICH MAN, POOR MAN •*Bfi 0NB MY ATA TIME Q MOVIE "Sawduat And Tlnaal" •MQ IB POLICE STORY "T*e Other Side Of Tha Badge" A police rookie and his training officer's Involve- ment In the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

% l^astrop (Enlntty ®tmes Kicrof?.In "banter, loo. -. F. O. Dox 45436 Dallas, Texas'75235 % SERVING: SMITHVILLE. BASTROP. ELGIN urn! ALL BASTROP COUNTY ONLY 15c FOR TWICE THE NEWS | II VOL. 85. NO. 44 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28.197*. BISD Sues For Damages BASTROP -- Thursday, October 21 the Bastrop ISD filed suit in 21st District Court against Vertex Cor- poration. builders contract- ed for the district's latest construction and remodel- ing; United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, bonding agents for Vertex; and Travelers Indemnity Company of Rhode Island, which allegedly provided a fire insurance policy to Vertex. The BISD seeks to recover losses and damages incurred in the junior high fire, court costs, 2nd "other and further relief...to which it may show itself justly entitled". The decision to file suit was made at a special meeting held Wednesday evening, October 20, at which the BISD trustees conferred with their attorney Douglas Hearne of the Austin firm of Stayton, Maloney, H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHYILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 197h Our^ jnions Road Mess Roads are a constant headache to those governmental bodies that have to maintain them. and. once they're in disrepair, to those who have to use them. And unfortunate- ly. in Bastrop County there are a number of roads that fall into that category. J Some of these roads are in subdivisions whose developers have promised big and delivered little. Others are within city limits but don't lie in an area zoned residential, even though they serve several homes. But regardless where they are located, many at them serve as mail routes and bus routes and need to be properly maintained to serve the taxpayers who must use them. I realize that the county cannot, and must not. accept roads that are not up to county standard. But t' seems to me that once it has been made clear that a d« eloper intends to do little of nothing to bring those roads up to county standard, the county is serving its citizen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILUE. TEXAS 79K7 PAGE 3 Loans For Restoration Offered from "Housing" by the Texas Dept. of Community Affairs A proposal to mak. loans available for preserving historic residential struc- tures has been announced by HUD. The program is designed to enable owners of these structures to obtain property improvement loans from private lenders of up to $15,000. The loans are to be insured by HUD's Federal Housing Admin- istration. Those eligible for loans Vfs, are owners of residential > ^ structures which are on the National Register of Historic Places or which are deter ~ i ft i it tt t err raw situs n IUF 1 tt£f 4211 IC A To Host Dignitaries Clyde Clardy's Bastrop Meat Co. takes a lessen Guard To Host Reunion ■ , . . , JUST LIKE THE UTILITIES DO IT -- - , ^ e . , from the big city bovs. Sure. he'U sell vou beef for 42C a lb. But that energy charge is the the Interior to be eligible « - Times Photo for the register. Structures...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

I PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28,1976 ANTIQUE AUCTION SALE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31,197% "I 1:00 p.m. ATTHE FORME* CAM. SCHULTZ ESTATE VJL (BOSS) HRBACEK PROPERTY 910 E. TRAVIS ST. LA GRANGE. TEXAS Tables, secretary, buffets. too numerous AUCTIONEER: JESSE LEE W1ED TxGC-764M58 ■ 836-So30 m New Doctor Joins Hospital Staff by Diane Hudtaby Not only is the Smithville Hospital expanding, but the hospital bow has a new doctor on staff. Dr. John F. Kramer, 29, has joined the staff as of last Friday, Oct. 22. Dr. Kramer was raised in Sandusky County, Bellvue, Ohio. After graduating from high school in Bellvue, he went to St. Edward's Univer- sity in Austin. Asking Dr. Kramer why he chose St. Edward's he said, "Several of my friends went there and it was a good school so I went there also." After graduating from St. Edward's with a BS degree in biology and a minor in chemistry, Kramer went to the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in KirkjviB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGES Ghosts And Goblins Parade GOBLINS READY TO ROLL „ -- Getting ready to parade down Main Street are from the left, Tammy Huckaby, Chad Huckaby, Shelly and Jaime Laird. Times Photo Mexican Supper To Be Held by Erlene Goertz The Five Points Volunteer Fire Department would like to extend a warm invitation to the public for their Mexican supper to be held Saturday, Novem- ber 6, at the VFW Post 2527, located on Highway 20, near Rockne. Tamales, chili, beans, salad, dessert, and coffee or tea will be served. The price is $2 for adults, and SI for children under twelve. Serving will start at 5 p.m. and continue several hours. Everyone is welcome. Elgin Halloween Party Slated The children of Elgin are invited to a Halloween party Sunday, October 31 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. There will be a spook house as well as party games and entertainment. Children are invited to wear their costumes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28,1976 Specials For Oct. 28- Nov. 3 '.DAY SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL 6 Pack 17 ox Tans B u dwei <er COUPON ~1 WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY The 1 Lb. Can of I A Ml IF The 1 Lb* Canil i SAVE sanxa I ** 4% . decaffeinated 1 Qfl/t coffee I _ I II I _ AT.Wessels-Hannath I %# Y 1 LB. CAN ONLY "v $2.59™™ I ONE COUPON PER PURCHASE • OFFER EXPIRES N O V. 3. 1976 I SUPER SPECIAL 7 oz. Renuzit Spray Room SUPER SPECIAL iDeodorizeri SUPER SPECIAL!, #303 303 Can Libby's ** Corn CIIOtB CDF f IAI C\ 18'/j oz. Betty Crocker Oveen Size SUPER SPECIAL 303 Can Libbv's Cut / _ Panty Hose 1ST 40 Tablet Anacin " Artfcrrffs Pain Formula $1.59 Value 'A oz. Dristan Long Lasting Nasal Mist 24 Tablets Dristan 1? oz. Listermint $1.99 Value $1 79 Value $1.3* Value $1.39 $1.39 $1.51 Value MEM 303 Can Libby's SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL 303 Can <if cocKta* 303 Can Libby's Fruit $1.99 Value 60TabletsPlus 12 Tablets Free $1.39 9 Count Schick Super $1.59 $2.59 Value $1.59 Value $1.05 Value 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LIJE, TEXAS 78957 Alum Creek Honors Mayo ALUM CREEK -- Alum Creek's questionably elect- ed mayor, "Dynomite Dog", was honored Saturday night with a gala party at the Tahitian Village's Pine Forest Racquet Club. The mayor, dressed in his red, white, and blue patriotic suit and chauffered by Bill Parker, his political attache', led his fast-paced twenty member delegation to the party. Upon arrival, the mayor ushered through the crowd to be seated at a front row table. Mr Parker this time announced to the audience that Mayor Dynomite would hold a brief press conference during the first dance intermission. Although "dog tired" from the campaign "trail", the mayor consented to allow the press adequate time for official photographs to be taken. As promised, during the first dance intermission, the mayor, being a dog of his word, permitted his personal friend Buford Catchings, Rockne Playboys Band member, to introduce His Honor to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

Page 8 i, Wmr THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1976 Bears Clip Eagles' Wings, 35-6 For the first time this season, the big Maroon offensive machine was put into high gear as the Bastrop Bears ran roughshod over the Luting Eagles. The 35 - 6 victory left Bastrop tied with Hallettsville for the District 15AA leadership with both schools having won two district contests while losing only one. The Bears e\ening- The Bears offense was not limited to the rushing game as Rk y Juarez hit 3 of 6 passes. The passes came at the right time to keep the Bear drives alive. One of the completions was a strike to tight end Johnny Roeber for the Bears' three extra points for the Bears and Hubert provided a two-point conversion. The Bear defense was outstanding as they limited the Eagles to only 5 first downs with 3 of these coming in the fourth quarter when the Bears had made whole- sale substitutions. In fact fburth'touchdown of the first the defense completely...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE? Perry Trains For 1980 Olympics A?!: 14-year-old Micki Perry what she wants to do when she grows up and she'll answer you in one word: "RUN". But for the near future. Micki will settle for competing in the 1980 Olympic trials. The Elgin High School freshman has just started running cross country this year, but she won the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation meet in San Antonio this past summer running the 880, her best event all through junior high: Already this school year she has made excellent showings in two meets. On October 2 at the Univer- sity of Texas Invitational at Georgetown, running in a field of 103 girls which included the top 10 cross country runners in the state. Micki placed ninth, turning in a ti ne of 9:30 for the mile and a half course. Two weeks later. Micki placed ninth again in the Westlake Invitational meet in Austin's Zilker Park, running two miles in 13:34. Micki's coach Connie...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1976 Wildcats Scratch Mustangs RIGHT END shakes off a racked up 88 : Manor. -- Wildcat quarterback Robby tackle to gain a few for Elgin. 15 carries in the game Times Photo yards in ELGIN -- Despite having apparently partied a little too hard at the homecoming bonfire Thursday night, the Elgin Wildcats Tired up enough to defeat the feisty Manor Mustangs 14 -6 at Elgin's homecoming game Friday night. The Wildcats traditional chief rival held the scamper- ing Elroy Falke to only 30 yards on 14 carries, but the Wildcats revved up backs Arnie Wilson, Anthony Penson, and Robby McClendon to keep the Mustang defense guessing. Meanwhile the Elgin de- fense, led by Anthony Moore, Derrick Collins, Lonnie Davis, Eugene Rampy, and Randy Allen, stopped four serious scoring threats. Elgin scored on their first possession of the game, driving 67 yards in six plays. Fumbles on the first two plays after the kick-off were ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

■ / THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 197b BASTROP COUNTY TIMES Professional Directory COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!! " For Sale CERTIFIED CONTRACTOR RICHTER water well drilling all types water wells. pump sales and service M£VB€« O* NATiOMAI WATfa ASSOOAT'C' L CENS€ NO 20C ^ PnONE 8th 3M8 P O BO* fLATON;A tE*AS ' -* DR ROBERT KOHLER Eyes Examined Frames Repaired Glassed Fitted Lenses Duplicated Soft Contacts <k Hard Contacts Closed: Thurs. <Sc Sat. Afternoon Old Masonic Bldg. Phone 968-3953 La Grange. Texas DR. NEIL R. GL'RWITZ DR. JOHN McGUIRE OPTOMETRISTS 110 Main. Bbstrop Phone 321-2106 OFFICE HOURS: duly 900to 530 Closed: Thuralav and Satunby Afternoons Control hunger and lose weight with New Shape Diet Plan and f 'vdrex Water Pills. At Ken's Rexall. FOR SALE: new and Used Butane Systems. Phone:237-2521 tf FOR Sale 50 HP Mercury 15' Boat with Trailer. Good Condition. Call 237-2830 -41-4TP FOR SALE Antique Shifarobe and couch 502 Burleson 44-1TP LIFET...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

PAGE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 7M57 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1976 \ Li! I . ■ FAMILY STYLE DISHES is i nlatfi ttmoiphm ALL YOU CAN EAT $3.25 _ EVERY SUNDAY 3 meats. 3 vegetables, potatoes, assorted salads, homemade breads, dessert, coffee or tea CIBCLE (D BESOM BWT 21. 5 nilii Ent of liitiif 1-321-5142 PULL-ON PECOS NO LACES! LARGE SELECTION OF SIZES AND WIDTHS Trv them on at YERGER, HILL & SON 237-2429 200 Main Smithy ilk, Texas Cistern News BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION The© Bartos. Sr. was the honoree at a birthday celebration held in the S.PJ.S.T. Hall in Kovar Saturday, October' 16. Friends and relatives from Yoakum. Shiner, Moulton, Flatonia, Schufcn- burg. Cistern, Kovar, and Smithville enjoyed a de- licious beef stew, dressing, and all the trimmings at supper. After supper everyone enjoyed daninng until a late hour. Everyone departed expressing how much they enjoyed the occasion and wishing Theo many more happy birthdays. He received some very nice gifts for whi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

8" ? S-?5 r & 3,5.7 S 8, & 5 S P 8 >6 ? S Pff* aBVP .w « t S •&* cr .v u ^ tr a, C5 v- uj e 'V c\ * «V '. . I# p. * - i; •v- ^ - w % .■' f"ii • *§| ;• -v' # * is ii £Yc TV LISTINGS Supplement to the Bastrop County Times and the Westlake Picayune (&L m e M - CHANNEL 10, KWTX, Waco 7, KTBC, Austin 36, KTVV, Austin 24, KVUE, Austin 11, KTVT, Ft. Worth 5, KENS, San Antonio 4, KMOL, San Antonio 12, KSAT, San Antonio 9, KLRN, Austin, San Antonio SMITHVILLE CABLE 7 13 3 5 4 11 9 2 (local) AUSTIN| CABLE 2 5 4 3 9 11 12 10 8 2 (Local) J—aOaeBOBBBaBOOQQOBBBCBBBOBBdOBC FRIDAY TELEVISION jk Monday through Friday morning 6:30 0 comedy capers Q LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU (Mon., Wed., Fri.) Q SEX ROLES (Tu., Th.) © LONE RANGER 6:35 Q TOWN COUNTRY •:4O0 TAKE FOUR 0 MORNING REPORT 6:45 0 ADELANTE Q NEWS 0 CLASSROOM 7:00 Q 0 TODAY SHOW 0 O 0 CBS NEWS Q MISTER ROGERS (Mon., Wed., Fri.) 0 SLAM BANG THEATER 0 © 0000 morning, AMERICA 7:250 0 NEWS 0 FOCAL POINT 7:30 O 0 TODAY SHOW Q SESAME ST...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

PAGE 2 Vt yfV V 1 SATURDAY TELEVISION f TV Piai-oque"~^j KIN FOLK - Please tell me where I can write to Blythe Danner. My maiden name is Danner. Both my parents Ire deceased and I know very little about my father's family. I am wondering if we could be related as both Blythe Danner and my father are from Pennsyl- vania. Betsy Durrenberger, WyKoff, New Jersey. Since Demer is not currently under contract, your best bet would be to write her in care of The Screen Actors Guild and ask them to forward It The ad- dress is 7780 West Suwet Bou- levard. Los Angeles, Calif. Good luck. BYE BYE BRIDES - Do you know if the television series Here Comes the Brides is going to be put on again? J. Yancey, Elon Col- lege. N.C. Once a snow on television is cancelled, that's it. Here Comls the Brides is, however, being sold na- tionally In syndication. Check with your local TV station to see If they have plans of picking up reruns of the series. If not, you'll have to convince them to do JUMPING FOR JO...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

>> ' > PI- PAGE 3 SUNDAY TELEVISION MONDAY TV - r . •> T / OCTOBER 11, 1171 MORNING 6:30 0 HUMAN DIMENSION! 7:00 Q MUSIC AND THI SPOKEN WORD 0 SACRED HEART Q SIX ROLES 0 ROCKY AND Hit FRIENDS 0 HOUR OF POWER 0 WORLD OP CONCERN (TQ CARTOON CORNER 7:18 Q T.V. PORUM g SOCIAL SECURITY 7:10 Q HERALD OP TRUTH 0 DAY OP DISCOVERY (Q) BULLWINKLE 'JJ) VOICE OP VICTORY - 03 GOSPEL HOUR 1:00 Q MEET THE PROFESSOR g 0 HUDSON BROTHERS SHOW 0 0 REX HUMBARD Q SEX ROLES Q RELIQIOUS TOWN HALL 00 THIS IS THI LIFE 6(30 Q DAY OF DISCOVERY 0 NEW CAPTAIN QUS IM Q 0 ORAL ROBERTS Q SCHOOL TALK (Q) CHARLESTON HEIOHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 0 DIVINE PUN 0 PEOPLE VUE 9:30 Q PRE-ELECTION SPECIAL Q COMMUNITY CHURCH 0 TEXAS WEEKLY 0 DAY OP DISCOVERY Q RIVER OP LIFE 0 BAPTIST CHURCH r 0 NEW ADVENTURES OF OILLIGAN 0 JIMMY SWAGOART 141Q FAITH FOR THE DAY 10(000 CAMERA THREE O AUSTIN PRESENTA Q WASHINGTON: WEEK IN REVIEW 0 JIMMY SWAOOART CD W. A. CRISWELL HOUR ^ ODDBALL OOUBLE Q3 CAPITAL EYE 10:30 Q MINORITY PORUM...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 28 October 1976

PAGE 4 _— TUESDAY TV COPYRIGHT 1976, T V. DATA, INC. NOVEMBER 2. 1878 DAYTIME MOVIES 10:00 |B To Be Announce 1:00© "Wild, Wild Plane!" evening • :00Q 0Q00 © 0 news Q MacNEIL LEHRER REPORT 0 bewitched l:m q name that tune q southwest conference football highlights q tuesday edition © €3 adam u (0 hollywood squares 0 lets go to the races © political spirit op *78 7:00 © §Q DECISION '70 "Election Coverage" Live coverage ol the 1976 elec- tions as results ol the na- tional, state and local con- tests become known. Q Q (0 CAMPAIGN '76 Live coverage ol the 1976 Presidential Elections. Q TO BE ANNOUNCED © GUNSMOKE 0 ELECTION SPECIAL 7:30 0 POLITICAL SPIRIT OF •76 "Election Night" Live cov- erage of election returns an- chored by Harry Reasoner Barbara Walters and Howarc K. Smith. 1:00 © MY THREE SONS 1:30 Q MOVIE "A Lesson In Love" 0 LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE 0 MOVIE "Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River" (1966) Jerry Lewis, Terry Thomas. A wile 01 an American "gst rich quick" husband leaves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 4 November 1976

% i CoUitiu tficrofiln Center, Inc. F. O. Boat 43436 Dallas, Texas 75235 SERVING SMITHVILLE. BASTROP. ELGIN ami ALL BASTROP COUNTY ONLY 15c FOR TWICE THE NEWS ' ' V ; J3 VOL. 85. NO 45 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4.197* Airport Takes Off SM1THVILLE -- Digni- taries. well-wishers, and sight-seers from all over the Central Texas area gathered in Smithville Sunday for the dedication of the Smithville Airport. Many who attended flew in to the freshly painted and streamer-lined runway, and their airplanes became another one of the many sights greeting the dedica- tion spectators. Planes from Bergstrom AFB. parachutists from Ft. Hood, and stunt pilots entertained the crowd of over 500 both before and after the dedication cer- emonies. Numerous motor- ists pulled over on Highway 71 and FM 153 to watch the air shows, which were a treat for the dedication participants as well. A makeshift post office, set up inside the hangar, sold first day covers and collected mail to be sent out on Smithville's fi...

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