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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

I NEWS COUh COUNTY ULATION (51] e COMMUlim SERVICE VOLUME 84, NUMBER 26 pastern dlotritty (Limes SERVING SM1THHLLE. BASTROP. ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY 15c THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 At Fort Worth Ceremonies Smithville Receives Award Smithville Bicentennial Chairperson, Renee Blaschke, Mayor and Mrs A.E.Crawford and Bicentennial Co-Chair- persons Margaret Mick and Edith Saunders were on hand last Wednesday in Fort Worth to see Smithville awarded theJaney Briscoe Beautify Teias Council Bicentennial Award. Smithville also was recognized as the best entry by a city in itspolulation group. Accepting the award from Governor and Mrs. Briscoe was Mrs. Blaschke and Mayor Crawford Both expressed their gratitude and excitement pleasure at being receiving the high honor The Smithville entry was Olympics Fund Grows Jane Hunt of Travis State School reports that the travel fund for Marvin Robinson is building rapidly due to the efforts of a Lake Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 !)ur/ inions AH Texas Knows The State of Texas now is aware of what folks in Smithvtlle have known for some time that our Bicentennial program is out- standing A beautiful plaque,now hanging on the wall at City Hall attests to the quality of our program, and to the hard work that 's gone into it. Without the determination of the Bicentennial Chairperson, Co- Chairpersons, Commissioners and enthusiastic backing by the community Smithville would not be *>here it is now on top! It to these idea people and workers that our gratitude and recog- nition goes It is because of these individuals that Smithville will be able to look back in pride at the various accomplishments made during the Bicentennial year Thanks to all of you. LCRA Expansion Continued from page 1 to be resolved," said LCRA As- sistant General Manager R M Tinstman, "was whether con- struction of a second coal or lignite-fired unit would all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 3 AWARD SMI'l IIVILLE recognition accomplisl Times Photo BUTTERFLIES FOR LUNCH Mrs' Edith Saunders (left) and Renee Blaschke enjoy the banquet preceding awards presentations. Times Photo JANIE BRISCOE BICENTENNIAL AWARD & ... —' Times Photo LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES Hepr .■,wmng Smithville at the Beautify Texas Council Awards Banquet are (left to right) Mrs Blaschke, Mrs Edith Saunders, Mrs. Margaret Mick, Mrs. A,E. Crawford and Mayor Crawford Photos Bv Don Catherman Times Fftoto ALL SMILES Bicentennial Chairperson Renee Blaschke and Mayor Albert Crawford pose for photographers following Fort Worth ceremonies. Smithville's Bicentennial Program Recognized By Margaret Mick li was a bid day for Smithville last Wednesday in Fort Worth when our town was presented the Jaaie Briscoe Bicentennial A ward for best Bicentennial pro- gram in the entire state Actual- ly the beautiful large plaque was two awards in one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 Callahan Park Dedicated; Contributors Honored By Mrs Arthur Goertz Mr and Mrs Earl Callahan of A until*, and their children and families, Mr and Mrs. Frankie Vlktorln and family, Mr and Mrs Murry Callahan and chil- dren, Austin, Mr and Mrs Verlin Callahan. Mrs Jimmy Callahan and family, Bastrop, and Mr andMrs JoeMcNairof Jolleyville, were special guests of honor at the Dedication of the Callahan Park, held Saturday afternoon, June 14, at the Ball Park, located on the Rockne VFW Grounds The dedication was sponsored by the Rockne Community Re- creation Center. Valon Meuth, president, served as Master of Ceremonies, and welcomed Mr and Mrs. Callahan and families, and all who attended. In his address Mr Meuth stated the Park will be used for wholesome activities not only by the kids of the Rockne Com - munity, but by youth from Bastrop, and surrounding com munities as well In addition to thanking the Callah...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

■ ■ THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Tiger Ponies Win Twice; Share Lead Smlthvillt's Pony League nine came out on top in two con tests with Bastrop teams last week, beating the Bastrop Lock squad 5-3 Wednesday night at home and then travelling to Bastrop to bury the Cubs 14-7 Saturday Wednesday night's game was the opener of the rescheduled double header originally rained out in Smithville May 24 Preston Baylor was the winning pitcher (or the home nine, going the distance and giving up only 5 hits and 4 walks He struck out (our Bastrop batsmen Smithville runs were scored by Alan Hemphill (2), Jot- Bridges (2) and Hollace (Skeeter) Giles Losing pitcher for the Locks was Nicholson, who relieved (or land one third innings Jones started and pitched 4 and 2 thirds Innings Nicholson scor- ed two o( the Bastrop runs with Jones scoring the other Nichol son struck out two Smuuville batsmen and Jones one Women To Organize Softball Plans are underway (o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

PAGE THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 Rockne News By Mrs Arthur Goertz Mrs Mary Hen ten Mouth of Sacred Heart Parish. Rockne. and her sort and family. Mr and Mrs Jerome Menzen and Chris of Austin, were among the approximate two hundred persons attending the Annual Frank aiid Hermandez Stehling Family Reunion, held at the Lady Bird Park in Fredricks- berg, Sunday, June 15. late, Mrs. fcd Petu, was a daughter of Frank SUhling Five of the Pehl children and families attended, Mrs Meuth, Rockne, Frank Pehl, San Antonio, Mr and Mrs. Ervin Wahrmund and family. Mountain Home, Mrs. Amolia Harhlos, Pasadena, Texas, and Mrs. Techla Kramer and daughter, Kerville Mass at 10 a m in St Mary's Mrs. Meuth'a mother, the Kirtley News Bv Mrs. W. R. Urner staying wilhhim in the hospital Mrs C H Hilcher and Mrs. Albert Richards attended the wedding of Miss Debbie Rice of Smithville and Mr Charles Hudspeth of El Campo Saturday afternoon at 2.00p.m at the Smithville...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

% ® astray (Coin itu (Times SECTION II SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP; £XG/yV W /ILL BASTROP COUNTY THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TE~XAS 78957 ~~ THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 Boys Staters Relate Experiences O By Nancy Catherman Campaigning for office, pas- sing legislation, competing in athletic events and public speaking were some of the acti- vities experienced by five Smithville boys who attended the thirty fifth anntsal American Legion Boys Stateheld in Austin during June All five Junior boys, Danny Ingram, Ken Blasehke, Gene Sampson, Jimmy Davis, and Eric Culberson, had been selected early in the year by faculty members at the Smith- ville High School for their leadership and all around ability Following registration at Hoys State each young man was assigned to a floor at the Univer- sity of Texas and to a political party Jimmy Davis and Gene Sampson represented the Nationalist party while Danny Ingram, Ken Blasehke and Eric Culberson spoke for the Federalist party Cities, coun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

SECTION II PAGF 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Mrs. Robinson's FASHION REVIEW PRESENTED BY ROBINSON'S FAMILY FASHIONS As an added service to the shoppers of this area, ROBINSON'S FAMILY FASHIONS, will be providing fashion news each week in the Bastrop County Times Informative news for every member of the family will be provided So everyone men. women, boys, and girls - will find clothing news of interest to them —0— SMITHVILLE CITY FOOL OPENS, And whether you're a "teenie" or a "queenie", or somewhere in between, ROBINSON'S has swim wear to fit you at affordable prices Check our selections in the latest colors and designs Some- thing for all ages —0— GENUINE LEATHER THONGS AND SANDALS, ..Don't liketo brag, but where else can you find Connie all-leather thongs and sandals at our low price of $8 95. Also, we have Dr. Scholl's Exercisers at a big savings For boys and girls, try on a pair of our red, white or blue all-leather barefoot sandals at $6 95 We didn't forg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Workshop Held By Mrs. Arthur Goeru Mrs Alfred Till, President ol the Austin Diocese Council of Catholic Women, presided at an all day, In Depth Training Work - shop for deanery presidents, diocesan commission chairmen and co-chairmen and modera- tors of the Austin Diocese, at St John's Parish Hall, San Marcos In Riving the over all view of the CCW, Mi s Till stated the National Council of Catholic Women was established by the bishops of the US in 1920 to bring all Catholic Woineos organiza- tions together in a united effort and common goal of bringing the teachings of Christ in every day lives into not only their lives, but the whole world around them The NCCW is a federation helping existing organizations in the nation, state,diocese and •parish, through unification, so a better job ami fulfillment of pur- pose can be achieved, she said. It provides a voice for the Catholic Women of the United State;, and rep...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

SECTION • Ug!P* THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 Rockne HDHears Clara Curtis By Mrs. Arthur Goertz one can't smell it's presence Sometimes the liquid is cloudy, or the product slimey, out not always. Non acid foods not properly processed are sus- ceptable to Botulism. Clostridum Botulism is spore forming bacteria found in dirt, and is the most dangerous of all bacteria found in foods. Underprocessing is the cause of this spoilage All vegetables and meats should be processed in a pressure canner. A reliable process time should be fol- lowed All foods, utensils, and containers should be thoroughly cleaned, and clean water for liauid be used Times Photo FIRST DIP Youngsters take a free splash in Smithville's brand new Municipal Pool Saturday. Admission of 75 cents for adults and 50 cents for children 12 and under was charged starting Sunday. Pool hours are 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily. Rotting Is Common Garden Disorder COLLEGE STATION-Rotting of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLL, TEXAS 78957 SECTION II PAGE 5 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES THE LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in stalled Free estimates. Builders Supply Co., phone 237 2402. P O, Box 509. Smithvllle, Texas 78957 28-tfc Monuments for all ceme teries, a beautiful $39 95 Bible free with each pur* chase Monuiiienls leveled and cleaned For informa tion, no obligation, write Box 5239, Austin, Texas 9-tfc SALE! SALE! Do you have to move'1 Call us Bastrop Moving & Storage Phone*512-32l 2559 after 5 P M Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14-tfr FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237 2521 tfr Some people rib read the small print in the want ads To place your ad call 237- 2461 FOR SALE New and use<l butane systems. Phone 237-2521 tfc SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center repair ser- vice New and used sewing machines arid vacuum cleaners Authorize*) Sin- ger Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange Texas 713-968 5923 6-tfc FOR SALE New md used butane sy...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 26 June 1975

SECTION II PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHIVLLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1975 Lundy Appointed 5 Points Fire Chief Bv Mrs. Arthur Goeru Charles Lundy of Rockne, was appionted Fire Chief of the 5 points Volunteer Fire Fight- ing Association, at the second organ national meeting held at the Rockne VFWHall, Monday evening Mr Lundy had 10 years of experience as a mem- ber Ci the Austin Fire Depart- ment Mackey HelfordofRed Rock, president, presided at the bus mess meeting Preceding the meeting fire For Social Security m trucks from the bastrophire Department and the Bluebonnet Acres were displayed on the VFW Grounds, and inspected by the Five Points members, as possible examples of what the organisation could purchase for their unit. Carl Spooner, fire chief of the Bastrop Department and his men demonstrated the power of the hoses in operation. Other Special guests were John Stein from the Texas For estry Service in La Grange, Leon Miller, fire chief of the Bluebonnet Acres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

IT (OUN NEWS COUNTY Ul A I ION ( OMMUI SERVICE SER VING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY ,er*ter. 15c VOLUME 84, NUMBER 27 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1975 31 Indictments Handed Down A total of thirty-one indict dictments were open, while Grand Jury were ments were handed down by the fourteen remained sealed at Charles Bradford, Austin, Bastrop County Grand Jury this press time Texas, forgery past week. Seventeen of the in- Named in indictments by the Joseph R Crosby, Smithville, ' • 4"" ♦ si r > > % , * >. • ■" ■ "V ' " ;M Wj '• I •#'*"Mr ' 4 - -v-- *&■ \ r Cattle theft Edward L. Hejtmanek, Austin, possession of a controlled substance Royce H Horn. Bastrop, DW1 Oliver Jones, Elgin, Burglary Herbert Kaatz, Manor, Burglary Alfred G. Lara, Elgin, Rape Howard MUler Jr., Bastrop, Burglary John Moore, Elgin, possession of a controlled substance Wayne Osborne, Bastrop, Burglary Larry Penson, Elgin, Burglary Tommy Prinz,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

H9 1 mm |T SECTION I,PAGE 2 THEJ3ASTR0P COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY .JULY 3,1975 ^ ■ Masons Celebrate 100th Year imons Servant Or Master Texas House Hill 6 guarantees open access to government re- cords by the public, stating in the Declaration of Policy, "govern- ment is the servant of the people, and not the master of them it is hereby declared to be the public policy of the State of Texas that all persons are, unless otherwise expressly provided by law, at all times entitled to full and complete information regarding the af- fairs of government and the official acts of those who represent them as public officials and employees The people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know and what is not good for them to know The people insists on remaining informed so that they may retain control over the instruments they have created." Falling under the domain of the "Open Records Act " and fur- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

THURSDAY JULY 3.1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 r Its I JW Dm u jut' 1 ■an ■he I I of kh** I IV0 M |V« a of |ttxt ive IMS 'm of jft- )E" llrd srs, IVtl! IIDE I'iWIi |lic Tom In to f Ipart PI and |m* It <ORE found pad of pne in Inear- ...frotn page I divides the large main room of the bail Lining the walls are setees and chairs of gleaming cedar which belie their age of ■ ■ ,' t-:.'s - . FOOTBRIDGES THROUGHOlffl Times Photo PARK Staff Takes Pride In Buescher 40 jrears -- these pieces were also fashioned by theCCCboys The Recreation Hall sits on the edge of Buescher Lake, the back porch overlooking the glassy surface broken only by splashing fish and gliding swans In front, a large clear ing is equipped with playground equipment for youngsters to enjoy while their eiders chat within the coolness of the hall Family reunions, wedding re- ceptions, and even weddings are heid in the picturesque Recrea- tion Hall at Buescher Bastrop County Game Warden Tommy Hergot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

:tion PAGE 4 the bastrop county times. smithville, texas 78957 Society Hears Convention Report By Mrs Arthur Goertz A report of the 25th Annual Austin Diocese Council of Catholic Women was the pro- ram given for the June meeting of the Rockne St. Anne's So ciety held in the Sacred Heart School Library Mrs Vernon Bartsch, vice president, pre- sided. Mrs Arthur Goerti delegate tor the St Anne's Society, re- ported that 198 women, and 26 priests attended the convention The themeofthe 1975 convention was "Walking with God and Neighbor in Healing, Harmony, Peace, and Unity " Mrs Vernon Bartsch and Mrs Herman Goertz also attended to rain women to become lead- ers in their own communities, to work in harmony with others and take back to their parishes ideas for workshops and pro- grams Mrs Goertz said intheopen- ing address Father Bertino of Waco pointed out that each person has a roll in lifetoplay, and regardless how small this roll may be each should accept what God has given him to hel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

THURSDAY .JULY 3,1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 SECTION I, PAGE 5 ACS Reports 7% Patients Reached The District 7 Annual Meeting of the American Cancer Society was held Friday June 20th, at Highlander Inn in Burnet Mrs. Edmund Arning, R N Taylor, presided at the opening session Rev Dick Griffin gave the invocation and welcomed the groups to Huniet. District report for past year was given by Mrs H J Crase. Round Rock Service reached seven per cent of estimated patients under treatment for cancer Crusade chairman were re- minded to transmitt crusade funds right away Education reached 14% of people, with a good educational program in schools 90% of the people could be reached Mrs Royce Williams, Lockhart teacher, had the best youth groups education Mrs Jack Claiborne. Bastrop had the best aduit education Mrs. M Newberry, R.N , Taylor, had the best all around education Mrs Arning presided at the public Education Session The new units being organized will be able t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

SECTION I, PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY.JULY 3,1975 Kirtley News By Mrs. W. R. Urner Ruin Jail Kirtley has had about 3 5 inches of rainfall during the past week This was the highest amount reported Mr and Mrs Gilbert Wayne Richards and daughter, Karen, of Houston, and daughter, Weodi of Smithville spent the past weekend with Mr and Mrs. "Tammy Seargeant of Austin, and spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs Gilbert Richards. Crawford Gadd and a friend of Austin vllsited his mother Mrs. Grover Gadd Sunday Mr and Mrs Dale Weaver and two children spent two weeks ending June 22 with their parents Mr and Mrs. W. L. Weaver and Mr and Mrs. Herman Houck of Mangum, Oklahoma They spent the last three days of their vacation in Galveston Mr. and Mrs. W R Urner and Mrs. Lydia Placke visited their brother Teddy Urner in the Holy Cross Hospital in Austin last Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. W R Urner and Mrs. Louise Went visited him Sunday. He is a little better Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

THURSDAY.JULY 3,1975 V; , A'! t (Eointiy SERVING. SMITH VILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL RA STROP COUNT) mtm ■ THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 SECTION II m wSm: Si ,4-k

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 3 July 1975

SECTION 11,PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY.JULY 3,1975 I / THE SPIRIT OF •OV-UT lOA/ ^6-1916 These Bastrop County merchants salute the efforts of the local Bicentennial Committees and urge your support and participation in the celebration of our nation's 200th year! # % llli 1§H v - Bastrop Smithville COMMISSION '75-76 VARIETY OF EXIBITS, BASTROP CITY HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND BASTROP LIBRARY HOMECOMING ANTIQUE SHOW ANTIQUE AUTO SHOW HOMECOMING PARADE TOURS OF HISTORIC HOMES AND SIGHTS 75-76 SQUARE DANCE FESTIVAL COAL MINERS' ROUNDUP OLD FIDDLERS' FESTIVAL '76 THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS PUBLIC CONCERTS MOTORCYCLE EVENT TENNIS TOURNEY GOLF TOURNEY PAGAENT AND BAND CONCERT JULY75...,,, CHRISTIAN CRUSADE OCTOBER '75 COLUMBUS DAY JANUARY '76 ARBOR DAY MARCH '76 APRIL '76 JAMBOREE MAY '76 MAY ANTIQUE SHOW JUNE 14/76 FLAG DAY JULY 4, 76 INDEPENDENCE DAY ACTIVITIES BY VFW, AMERICAN LEGION & AUXILLARY HISTORIES TO BE COMPILED IN '76 NEGRO LIFE MKT RAIL ROAD MAS...

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