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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 April 1979
Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 April 1979

I 4 L CLASSIFIED SECTION J I l l I I I. Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 20 minimum charge per nd All Classified Advertising cash in ndvancc. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Save over $200.00 on a 25" Color Console. Both still in warranty. Western Auto Bartlett. tf-chg. FOR SALE: Quilts king queen and regular Mrs. Mike Karl 21G North East Front St. Bartlett; 527- 3359. 4-2G-79-pd. WILL TAKE ORDERS For Sweet Potato Plants. Certified Jewel Plants. Call Hanging Tree Nursery Bartlett 527-3850 or 527- 3849. 4-26-79-chg. 10 CENT -SALE ON Vegetable and Flower Plants at Hanging Tree Nursery in Bartlett Thursday through Sunday. Last weekend to be open. 4-2G-79-chg. WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Kay German 5273636 r i Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 April 1979
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

if rt ;? f "( 'lf "r"T'T; ": v. Trrr-i: vr r- JT.4Y v - r "-TVt- - lK ' W-"'V V i ?7" 'j.--'Vy H 1 1 f.Pct4a:;y nonnlo V. iEnt.i mv . TRIBUNE - PROGRESS f- Serving Bartktt & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday May 3 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 29 3G Pages In 3 Sections 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS '-ffiiFffewr i il i Kindergarten Round-Up In Bartlett; Holland Kindergarten Round-up day for the 1979-80 school year Is scheduled for Frfday May 4 In Holland and Friday May 11 in Bartlctt from 8:30 to 10:00 in the elementary school. Children who will be going to Kindergarten this fall are asked to come to this registration and screening. The screening will consist of a number of elementary tasks designed to determine any possible area of difficulty your child might encounter In kindergarten Vision and hearing screening tests will also be administered by qualified per- sonnel. This screening will assist the school and the teacher In planning an appropriate program for the child when they come...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

Living ago 2Thursday May 3 1979 I Pagc2Thursday Mays 1979 ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Reyes S. Castillo Sr of Alpine announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Mary Esther to Matthew Canava son of Mr. and Mrs. Matlldc Canava of Bartlctt. The couple plan a June2 wedding In Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church of Alpine. The bride-elect is a 197G graduate of Jesus and Mary High School in El Paso and has been attending Sul Ross State University in Alpine with a major in Physical Therapy. Her fiance a 197C graduate of Bartlctt High School attended Sul Ross and presently serves in the U.S. Air Force at Minot A.F.B. North Dakota. Woman's Study Club Meeting Do You Know A HANDICAPPED Child 2 Years 6 Months to 5 Years Old? There are FREE Services for HANDICAPPED Children Between the Ages of 3 and 5. For More Information Contact Your School Principal or Bell Co. Cooperative for Exceptional Children 817-527-3348 Holland- Bartlett- Academy- Rogers- Salado- Troy Members of the Holl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

I I I Kl tWlil kMMN V "UN Girls 1 Boy Make It To State Track Meet MM . r ' 4 : -. -T HASEISALL FIELD PREPARATION Pat Elliot provided a tractor and labor last Saturday to help clean up the Holland baseball field. Little League organizers arc hoping to level the field before the regular season starts In about two weeks. WnHb'id.vr L. V if t V4 TBHc lb. HATTING PRACTICE Alfred Duggcr touches up on batting skills during Little League baseball practice in Holland recently. Kenneth Barabas is at catcher. Little League play will get underway around the middle of May. SUMMER PASTIME Pretty weather last week brought out a large number of folks in Holland who arc preparing for summer baseball. Holland Girls Track Team Set For State By RONNIE PERSKY A successful girls' track season at Holland High School will be climaxed this Saturday In Austin as four Hornettcs compete among an elite group of athletics at Memorial Stadium. Coach Danny McCray will have Temple Kallus Sally Johnson Lou Mcwhinncy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

r Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 77b un e -Progress L-sv-v--x-vw-s-w. USPS 044800 In the mid-1800s. no ifi & Subscription Rates year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ot corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster If undellverable senrt Form 3179 to Tribune Teas761 r .... fTTTTTTT Circleville Philosopher a a a a m a. ft4aa l'-f-ttt- (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Gabriel Hlvcr seems unalarmcd about the state of the nation this week.) Dear editor: There is a tendency among some people to believe the United States is incompetent or to put it another way less competent than other major nations. In fact according to a recent poll if you believe polls are competent two- thirds of the people think we are in "deep and serious trouble." Whatever the situation is you shouldn't get the notion we're alone....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

pwww RH9niWVV 'TftWP mmm VnriqHNVSVMIPMl If irjmp f ' TfJ' 'ff? 'T -'? " ''Mi 'ff 5 "T- v- -r1 V t o. r ' - " .A. . ' 4r I fP CHUCK CHANDLER'S BMrlffiis NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE PRO SOCCER FRIDAY MAY 11 Fnvorltc Goals Underdog VANCOUVER 2-214 Rochester PRO SOCCER SATURDAY MAY 12 ."kk df. 'W9'Wmn Thursdnv.Mav3.1979.Pnge5 1 op or is Favorite Goals Minnesota Vi'2 SEATTLE 2-2 Vi New England 2-2 Vi Detroit Vt-2 TULSA l-Vi Dallas VA-2 FT. LAUDERDALE 2-2"i Washington 2'2-3 Cosmos 1 i-2 Underdog LOS ANGELES San Jose CALIFORNIA ATLANTA Memphis CHICAGO Toronto PHILADELPHIA TAMPA BAY PRO SOCCER SUNDAY MAY 13 Favorite Gonls Rochester Vi-l Portland M': Underdog EDMONTON HOUSTON PRO SOCCER WEDNESDAY MAY 16 Favorite Goals Tampa Bay Pick 'cm Tulsa M'i WASHINGTON 2j-3 NEW ENGLAND 2-2'i Underdog SAN DIEGO TORONTO Memphis Chicago 1979. McNnught Syndicate. Inc. At District Meet Lori Thaler Wins J V Girls Tennis Crown Bnrtlctt High School Sophomore Lorl Thaler won the JV Girls Singles Tennis Title n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

I1 Pago 0 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 i i i i. : I it ii w: it k u ! if ?. I mm'1 1'' Consider Farm Programs In Cropping Plans COLLEGE STATION Since many Texas farmers are running behind schedule with spring planting due to cool wet weather they might want to take one last look at cropping plans and farm programs. "Participation in current farm programs could significantly increase producers' incomes and at the same time could provide some insurance against low yields and other risks associated with late crops" contends Dr. Ashley Lovcll economist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Services. Farm programs of wheat .1KWH UIIU IKUglUIIH VWiiit grain sorghum) this year arc similar to those of 1978. Loan rates were left unchanged except for cotton which was raised slightly but target prices got a small boost. Diversion options for corn and sorghum were kept but payment rates per bushel were reduced. "To evaluate participation in the paid diversion program (in which payment i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

M Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 Page 7 150 Attend 1979 Davilla Homecoming IRfi&tnBPIisrr! iLiH fi LHLLLLHpP' LLLhH 1 flB 4 LLbB&! W Hi " Annual Homecoming Held In Davilla HySUEMUMMEY Approximately 200 residents and cx-rcsldcnts gathered in Davilla Saturday for the annual homecoming which was held at the Davilla Community Center. Words of welcome were given by Mrs. Betsy Terry. Two songs "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "Please Release Me" were rendered by Paul Brown. A "Sing Along" was led by Paul Brown and the "Davis Sisters" Sue Patty Marie and Mclanie. Mrs. Betsy Terry read a poem about Davilla written by Mrs. Sallcy Pruett in 1929. L.D. Burns of Davilla was crowned "Homecoming King." Recognition was given Arthur Robinson of Killeon age 92 as the oldest man in attendance and to Mrs. Ethel Moore of Temple as the oldest lady in attendance. The youngest baby in at- tendance was Paul Douglas Luna age 1G months of Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Hitch of Andrews Texas we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

t 1 b I M is n n. Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 Feeding Small Breeder Flocks COLLEGE STATION Once a fertile egg is laid the nutritional fate of the embryo contained In thut egg has been determined. In the chicken as In all birds the food supply for a developing embryo is con- centrated within the yolk of the egg before it ever leaves the hen's body. And the only way to get the proper nutrient level into the yolk is through the mother's diet. "Many poultrymcn mistakenly believe rations which will maintain an ac- ceptable rate of lay will also support high levels of hat- chabillty. This is a false assumption for hatchabllity Is much more sensitive to nutritional deficiencies than egg production" points out Dr. William 0. Cawley poultry marketing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. "It is possible to mix two or more diets in which egg production is essentially the same but where there are large dif- ferences In hatchabllity." When a large number of f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

4-t -f- f I Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 Page 9 CRISWEIX PREDICTS FUTURE POLITICAL LINEUP Tho world political lineup will bo entirely different within 10 years. Tho Asian bloc will remain the same while China will 1 change allies several times. Japan will cling to her World War II allies giving up tho title of a strong Asian nation preferring to bo known as a world power. THREE MILE ISLAND TRAGEDY -The Three Mile Island tragedy of. Horrlsburg Pa. will be relived and transferred to other locations. Tho scare of this nuclear accident was enlarged by tho motion picture "The China Syndrome." Although thousands have moved from tho vicinity many were not soured on nuclear power. We arc moving into a new age of nuclear power where communities of 20000 inhabitants will havo their own nuclear plants. EGYPTIAN ISRAELI PEACE You can expect tho Egyptian Israeli peace period to last around three years and then will come a now world summit meeting for a new pcaco tryl Tho present treaties...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

- ri ' ' " -' y n Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 'Heart Monitor7 Added At Johns Community New Life-Saving Device Available II t ( i$ I)y ALMA LEE IIOLMAN A 29-pound unit that one might mistake for a portable typewriter case Is actually a life-saving device now available at all times In the Emergency Room at Johns Community Hospltal.Taylor. Technically called a Datascope the unit is a heart monitor and a defibrillator. Why is It called a life-saving device? Almost as quickly as you can say "defibrillator" the unit can be activated to give a reading on a patient's heart action and provide the physician with accurate Information so that he can order corrective procedures. Not only is the heart action graphically shown on the monitor portion of the Datascope but two "paddles" can be put to use quickly and properly to give the mal-functioning heart muscles energy to correct their rhythm and to provide a steady heart beat. The accessibility and the simple control system spec...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

M I 4V L CLASSIFIED SECTION J Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word 1.20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will tiol be responsible for more than one In- correct Insertion SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Save over ' $200.00 on a 25" Color Console. Both still in warranty. Western Auto Dartlctt. tf-chg. WANTED: Llvc-ln housekeeper.' Mature Czech or German. Two adults. References. L. Wright 7811 Hiawatha Houston Texas 77036. 5-10-79 ORGAN IN STORAGE-1978 Home Model Organ stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can assume low balance. Automatic Rhythm Walking Boogie Bass Single Finger Chords Banjo etc. Call Pcrson-to-Pcrson Collect; Mr. Roberts 512-451-5289. National Keyboard Inc. Austin TX. 5-3-79 WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Kay Cermin S27-3636 Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-off...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 3 May 1979

r r i( Pago 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 3 1979 Cable TV Possibility For Bartlett & Holland Residents of Bartlett and Holland might have a bigger selection of TV programs to cho3c from in the future as a result of a meeting at the Ramada Inn in Temple last Thursday evening. Alton Sheppard Jr. owner of Tcxacable of Temple hopes to install cable television in a number of the smaller communities around our area. In the past it was thought that serving smaller towns was not economically feasible but Sheppard says that has changed now. At the meeting Thursday Sheppard described the operation of the cable television system and the benefits it would provide the community. Holland City Councilman Dan Kallus represented Holland at the meeting and feels optimistic about the possibility of bringing cable TV to Holland. "In my opinion I think it would probably go over here" he said. He plans to take the matter to the next meeting of the Holland City Council. The Council will have to pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

. ni'tlott 7X 765U TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 7G511 Thursday May 10 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 30 24 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-4421 FIFTEEN CENTS I At Holland Banquet Johnson; Goodnight Receive Top Awards University of Texas women's basketball coach Jody Conradt told a large crowd at the Holland All-Sports Banquet that athletic competition Is "one of the few human activities j that allows us to pursue perfection." The award winning coach was featured speaker at the banquet which was held at the School Cafctorium Tuesday evening. Several outstanding pthletes received awards at the banquet. They were: Linda Wcndier Bill Hayes Sport- smanship Award; Susan Sladccek . - Girls Defensive (Sec BANQUET Page 10) m 1 m TOP FEMALE ATHLETES Receiving awards at the Holland All Sports Banquet Tuesday were left to right Linda Wcndier Sally Johnson Susan Sladccek and Temple Kallus. TOP MALE ATHLETES Awards were presented In Holland Tuesday evening to standing left ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

K" "" HH j Fogc2ThursdayMaylO1979 Living ONE YEAR OLD Vin- cent Thomas Soils of Bartlctt will celebrate his first birthday with a party Saturday May 12 in Temple. Joining him for the occasion will be his friends and cousins. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Solis Jr. of Bap tlctt. His grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Estcban Solis of Bartlctt and Joe DcLa Rosa of Taylor. Great- grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Solis of Bartlctt Mrs. Julia Ramon of Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Guadalupe Garcia of Temple. News From Will O' Bell By Mrs. Patricia Williams- Mary Torres of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. David Casas of Houston visited Mclchor Mesa. Guests of Bertha Frci were Bertha Hoclschcr of Temple LaVcrnc Hoclschcr of Westphalia and Lucille Bruggman of Cyclone. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Isabel of Austin visited Mrs. Dcnia Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnnlc Bischoff and Wesley of Bryan visited Lydia Bischoff. Ruby Weatherford of Bartlctt visited Pauline Thompson Emma Dawson Ollie Henry Katherinc Cavitt and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

mmmmmmmmmm F & ft. o -V f rum i -r i a . i rr . lmiB.IbAiIi MO Tut T i imi m In i it fcfcar nj-w r ? "r " "flwfw Ww WfTFFr WYWHMFfp 1 ' Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 Page 3 ; PJIHZiPXbiBiHli.'iPJBflL -n-J i Ktr BBBj wbHHHHM tw IK BB wr wKi. i INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL PRESENTS PLAY "Saturday's Hero" a play based on the TV show "What's Happening" was performed in the Bartlctt High School Gym Friday afternoon May 4 by the sixth graders of Dorothy Knetcn's class. The play concerned rerun's short- lived football career and the lesson he learned from it. Members of the cast (pictured above) front row left to right were Tim Wolbrucck (Raj Thomas) Carl David Kitchen Shower Fetes Miss Tammy Benner (football player) Leonard Campos (Rerun) Henry Walker (football coach); Dan Ford (Dwayne) David Caldwell (football player) Porfirlo Ramirez (Mr. Lake the teacher). Back row left to right Louis Campos and Wayne Bynum (football players) Trudy Woolridge (cheerleader) Linda Klcpac (Shirley) Jack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

y Page. 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday May 10 1979 WOO -.;; s m Published weekly In Texas Second class postage Subscription Rales S4 50 per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties! M per year elsewhere Any erroneous retlectlon upon the character or reputation ot any person firm or corporation which may pper In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ot the editor Postmaster Texas 76311 JLW T1iTTTTrTTYTTY'T'TT " t Circleville Philosopher Am A AAiAjjqf i A 4 (Keillor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel .Riser comes lo the defense of the oil com- panies this week nearly.) Dear editor: Jumping on the nil com- panies has become popular lately but some people don't seem to realize the oil companies have problems too For example here they arc faced with gasoline going to a dollar a gallon and caught with service station pumps that won't go any higher Thai's right The pumps can be set to f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 10 May 1979

V 1 I rj V(VJ 1 A V 7 Holland Girls Break School Records T "B'T'C Thursday May 10 l97eLFagcL: - ' Holland Girls Place In State Field Meet TIIIHD IN STATE Holland senior TcmpicKnllus turned in a 2:24.5 time in the 880 yard dash nt the Girls Class IJ State Track & Field Meet Saturday for third place. The time sets a new school record in the 880 replacing the 2:25.3Tcmplcsctinl977. Pfcister Top Band Student Mike Pfcister received the John Phillips Sousa Award as the best all around band student for Holland High School at the PTA meeting held Monday night at the Holland School Cafctorium. Awards for the Most Im- proved Band Members were presented to AInna Gaines and Paul Dales. The award presentation followed a band concert which was under the direction of Holland Hand Director James Hanks. Three different bands per- formed representing the high school the fifth and sixth grades and the third and fourth grades. Each group performed several compositions for the large crowd which turn...

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