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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

(!ihc iiastrup Cmnttu (Ltntcs SEC. II. PAGE 1 THURSDAY. APRIL ?. 1977 Ummmmm Good!!! GOODIES -- Loaves fresh from the oven wait to cool before they can be wrapped. Times Photo W V 'w v^' SMITHVILLE - If you've been in the vicinity of 4th and Olive on a Saturday in the past two weeks, you may have noticed the fragrant odor of fresh baked bread drifting through the air. The delicious taste ting- ling odor is eminating from kitchen of the First Metho- dist Church, where members of the Methodist Youth Group are industriously baking the golden loaves. Members of the group, under the direction of Dorothy Lewis, are using a family recipe of Mrs. Lewis' called "Mama's Bread". Basic ingredient is fresh ground Kansas wheat, which Mrs, Lew is grinds in her own kitchen. "The unique shape of the loaves comes from being baked in coffee cans. What's to become of the loaves? Well, some 20 of the warm golden beauties have been delivered to shut- ins in Smithville. The bal- ance will be sold by the s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

ShC ii. PAGE 2 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LIE. TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 7. 197- Bear Golfers Compete The B %trop High School boys goH (cam competed tn the Columbus tournament on Saturday. April 2 in a very tough field of tcaim and a np<>iir <A tain U* the Itr% round at play Winner of the tournament m % Humble *ith a trcmeti d< uv wt re of 294. Second wa Columbu* with .306 and third was B«>ling «uh 316. Yoakum tame next with 3IH, Waller worcd 33Q. and then came Bastrop with a 335. Thiw were followed by Scaly with 340, Pearland with 342. Cohimbu* #2 with 342. Rite Consolidated with 3S4. Gon/alcs with 355. Magnolia with 35* and Ganado with 366. Medalist for the Bastrop ■earn «as John Bleckner with an HI. Allen I ske scored 83. Benton Evkcw turned in an fi5>. Randy Runkle vcored and K5. and Randy Boone st ored an H8 The team will participate tn 'he Caldwell tournament on Monday. April 11 and in Halle ttsvilic- on Saturday, April lt>. On Monda- April 18 they travel to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

Tuesday TV IRKNE WORTH plays a southern farm owner who is pal-apM by a local priest to take in a Polish refugee ■a Flannery O'Connor's "The Displaced Person." one of iw stories to be presented on The American Short Stary. April 12 over PBS. (EDITORS: Check locally) DAYTIME MOVIE 1 00 ffi "The Girls Of Pleasure Island" (1953) Leo tienn, Don Taylor EVENING 6 00 QOQ(B@(Q NEWS O MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT S BEWITCHED $100,000 NAME THAT TUNE I CANDID CAMERA I THIS WEEK I ADAM-12 \ WILD KINGDOM BEWITCHED 7:00 Q BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP "Best Three Out Of Five" Colo- nel Lard (Dana Elcar) wants Pappy and the Black Sheep transferred to behind-the-lines duty. (R) 8 ffi WHO'S WHO AMEfllCAN SHORT STORY "The Displaced Person" by Flannery O'Connor. A Polish refugee family, brought to work on a Georgia farm in the 1940 s, disrupts the settled ways of local society. ffi GUNSMOKE © © HAPPY DAYS wl SPECIAL 7 30 © © LAVERNE & SHIRLEY 8 00 O © POLICE WOMAN 0 O M'A'S'H Radar's sudden promotion to lieutenan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

TV LISTINGS i Supplement to: The Bastrop County Times and The Villager This Week's Specials Friday Television FRIDAY S SPECIAL APRIL 8, 1977 EVENING 7:00 O O HERE COMES PETER COTTONTAIL Peter fails to deliver more eggs than evil Irontail, but is saved from disgrace by Mr. Sas- safrass and his time machine. (R) SATURDAY'S SPECIALS APRIL 9, 1977 MORNING 11:00© SPECIAL TREAT "It's A Brand New World" A quartet of young novice angels recount the stories of Noah and Samson in this animated musi- cal. (R) EVENING 7:00 O © KING OF THE BEASTS The lion, accident prone and bumbling while on Noah's ark, is transformed into the leader of animals in this animated musical. 7:30 O ffl THE FIRST EASTER RABBIT A stuffed bunny, belonging to a sick little girl, is changed into a real rabbit to remind her of Easter's real meaning. (R) 8:00 Q SPECIAL "Black Filmmakers Hail Of Fame* Louis Gossett Jr. and Denise Nicholas host the fourth annual Oscar Micheau* Awards ceremony SUNDAY S SPECIALS APRIL 10, 1977...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

Sunday Television 6:00 6:30| sunday april 10. 1977 Copyright 1977 T V Data. Inc. morning 0 human dimension q film feature ■ THIS IS THE LIFE CAMERA THREE "Facade" by Sir William Walton, featuring poems by Dame Edith Sitwell. 7:00 0 music and the spoken word q sacred heart 0 film feature q change and continuity i hour of power i world of concern cartoon corner 7:15 0 tv forum i social security 7:30 a herald of truth l day of discovery i voice of victory i 00 q meet the professor i way out games jq rex humbard _ change and continuity i religious town hall l this is the life isportscope 8 30 O ffl day of discovery i far out space nuts i james robison | jerry falwell 9:00 o movie 'The Ghost And Mr. Chicken* (1966) Don Knotts, Joan Stan- ley. 0 captain gus | © oral roberts |school talk divine plan i people vue 9 30 o community church i texas weekly river of life © baptist church © junior almost anything goes m jimmy swaggart 9 45 0 faith for the day 10:00 0 easter religious BROADCAST Liv...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

SATURDAY APRIL 9, 1977 CopyngM tirr I v om. UK MORNING 6 10 O 6 45 0 7 00 ft We A BETTER WAY COMEOY CAPERS I © WOOOY OODPECKER 9 0 SYLVESTER AND TWEETY © VILLA ALEGRE 0 © TOM AND JERRY I MUMBLY 7 30 0 O PINK PANTHER J CLUE CLUB iHSTER ROGERS SJAB8ERJAW BUGS BUNNY I RUNNER 0 SESAME STREET 0 « SCOOBY OOO / OYNOMUTT 130 0 NEWS IN REVIEW I 80 O O SPEED BUGGY 0 0 TAR/AN LORD OF THEJUNGLE 0 ONCE UPON A CLASSIC TimN Lord Fauntlwoy" (P rt 1) One day In IMS, news arrives from England thai will change the Uvea of a Brooklyn boy and hla doting, widowed mother Z) EXTENSION 77 • S 0 MONSTER SOUAD I BATMAN San Diego Padres vs. Cincin- nati Reds or Minnesota Twins vs. Oakland Athletics 3 30 O CINEMA SHOWCASE $ OUTDOORS 4 00 o nova Mhe Wolf Equation" An exami- nation ot the predator - prey balance In the wilderness and ol Alaska's plan to kill large numbers ot wolves 0 WESTERN HOUR © ffl WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS 5 00© NEWS I DIALOGUE '77 I PEOPLE AND IDEAS l LAWRENCE WELK I DOLLY I CBS NEWS *HOOL TALK ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

THURSDAY. APRIL 7, 19?7 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS '895' SEC. U.PAGE3 BASTROP COUNTY CLASSIFIED COIWTY WIDE COVERAGE «'' «'■« «■ «- • ««« 4 all Dorotliy >lcl*liaul in llu«lr |t TIMES You ( an S4.II It yiK KI l and IM VIM VSIVI I V ••• • C • IhHifeAwioiial IHrvftorv Dr. E. L. Fitzpatrick CHIROPRACTOR 250 E. Colorado St. La Grange, Texas BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Dr. J. B. Cook OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Lenses Duplicated Contact Ix*nses Fitted Office Hours 8 • 5:30 Saturday 8 - 12 Other Hours By Appointment Phone 865-3587 Box 217. Flatonia E. 0. Sharp General Agent Fire, Surety Casualty, Marine Auto, Life, Health INSURANCE Phone 237-2521 Smithville, Texas MEINERS M0T0K CO. Plymouth - Dodge Dodge Trucks Jeep Chrysler - Imperial Guaranteed Service Dependable Used Cars Wrecker Service Guaranteed Service Body Service Body Work & Painting Ph. 968-3119 La Grange Bulldozing & Land Clearing Disc plowing, stock ponds leveling. 16 years conservation experience. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 April 1977

SEC II. PAGE * BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 7. 1977 F1EBIG LUMBER CO. One Act Play Winners Named Bastrop and Weimar net- ted to top two spots in dis- trict UIL one- ct play com- petition held Tuesday. March 19 at La Grange The SmithviJJe preventa- 219 Eitt I it 237-2459 Smithville, Tfxas for all your hardware A buildinf material needi CLOSE - OUT SPECIALS Barbed Wire CF&i i2'/> ga. 2 pt. $23*5 roll Oldfield Named Medalist Fence Wire Steel Posts CF&I 1035 14% go. $26'j0 roll 6% S2'° ea. LIMITED SUPPLY- COME EARLY by C H Evans Sheila Oldfield partici- pated in the Columbus Girls Saving Bond Reported February vales of Series E and H United States Savings Bonds in Bastrop County were reported today by County Bond Chairman Yerger Hill, Texas sales during the month amounted to $22.817. t>K4, while sales for the first two months of 1977 totaled VO.847,911 with 16% of the yearly sales goal of $276.9 million achieved. Invitational on Monday, Apr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

siT ONAL NEWSPAPER i&tstrnp Olinnttu i/icrof.*Li Center, Inc. F. u. Box 45*36 rviii T«.\ ... ?<?' < ONLY 15c FOR TWICE SER VING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY TH E N EWS VOL.86. NO. 15 THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1977 County Landfill Burns Burns THE COUNTY -- In an emotional outburst that seemed to rise out of a slow burn. Commissioner Howard Burns of Pet. 2 announced to the commis- sioners' court that Smithville was not in support of the county landfill because that area of the county would never be able to benefit from the project. Other major discussion brought before the count concerned facilities for a county health team and the development of a county flood plain ordinance. At the opening of the seven-hour meeting Monday County Judge Jack Griesen- beck announced that the application for a permit to operate the county landfill on Camp Swift property had been filed with the state. It has taken well over three years of dealing with the federal bureaucracy to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS ?89S7 THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1977 imons Smoke But No Fire The volunteer firefighter* of Bastrop County hat been pretty bony this pa*t few week*, but more often than not they have been arriving at the scene of a fire to discover that they didn't need to be there. Controlled burnt and falte alarm* have accounted for more than their fair share of the fire alarm* lately. Over-zealous CB'ers account for a lot of this. Driving past a burning field or a house with smoke billowing up bchmd «t. the good buddy breaks to report a ftrc and then drives on. rarely bothering to stop to see if there's someone in the house who can't get out or that it's just a farmer who is burning off a field. Frequently, too, folks spot a controlled burn and, cither assuming it's gotten out of hand or not reali/.mg their neighbor is burning on purpose, they put in a call that brings the fire department racing to the scene. So if you're planning a controlled burn, fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1977 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS Smithville Library Notes There is a special place in tow n where you can be any- thing you want. The place is the Smithville Public Library. The library is more than a house full of books -- it's a center for ideas. It's a place to support your ideas as well as to challenge them through books and magazines. According to child experts like Benjamin Bloom of the University of Chicago, ex- posing your child to books contributes to the child's 10- The child should be read to at the very early stages of development, because your baby begins to learn from the moment he or she is bom. Therefore, Bloom concludes, the home is the major educational institu- tion in the land. There are things you can Information Van To Be In Bastrop Jack Coker, Director of the Veterans Administration Regional Office in Waco, has announced that a mobile van manned by two Veterans Benefits Counselors will be in the Bastrop area on April 18. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1977 SPEEo\ LIMIT \ 55\ It's not just a good idea. -Hit's the law. (3$ CoHHm O Nocorui boots art On the range or h-t • Rodeo with Htyle' € town Nocona mm mm W Rebekahs Present Awards The Smtthvilk Rcbekah Lodge #180 met Tuesday, April 5 with 34 member* prevent. Pat J one v. Past President of Kebekah Assembly of Texas, and Mattie Foster, District Deputy President presented awards to the Noble Grand Bern ice Luck for the Lodge--the special awards certificate (or gain in membership, a trophy for greatest net gain, and, to the Noble Grands greatest sup rise, a certificate for the best mimeographed year- book. All awards were ,U<AftdataA,hmblynece sarv FASTER SHOW -- Patients of the Retama Manor Nursing Home in Bastrop and their bins and All Young. her daughter and son-in-law business was* finished the visitors enjoyed a puppet show before setting off on an Easter egg hunt. Times Photo Lodge recessed for a pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 197? THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78W? PAGE 5 Renovation Begins VBS Dates Set After all the legalities and paper work have finally been completed, the Smith- ville Heritage Society has begun the first steps toward renovating the Hyson house at 602 Main Street. The home will become the Smith- ville Heritage Society's Museum. Back in February, 19?5 an organizational meeting was held at City Hall. The first members were few in number but were dedicat- ed to the dream of having a museun to preserve Smithville's heritage. Many homes and locations were viewed but none were County Historical Society To Sponsor Tour The Bastrop Historical Society Museum, Texas' Oldest Drug Store, four early homes, the replica of the old bandstand, and three of Bastrop's oldest churches will be featured on the tour of homes sponsored by the Bastrop County Historical Society on April 24 from 2 to 5 p.m. The homes on this year's tour are the H.N. Bell home, the B.D. Orgain ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

PAGE 6 THE BASTkOP COI NTT TIM: S, SMITHVILLE. TEXA!> "895" THrRSDAY. APRIL 14.1977 TH Specials For April 14-20 w u SUPER SPECIAL MILKOT MILK TALL CANS CRACKERS f^LOROX 1 POUND ■ S GALLON 38 7l COWSUMf « pnf ( HNIo - SUPER SPECIAL SUPER SPECIAL CIIBCD CDCriAI OPEN 7 DA YS A WEEK 7a m.-9 p.m. ERMAR 32 OZ. RAINBO Vs-} HAMBURGER SLICED PLAIN VEGETABLE OL 0 0 SUPER SPECIAL FALSTAFF 6 PACK 12 OZ. CANS NATURAL MOLD DENTURE ADHESIVE |£ y 'JADE K" JEWELRY OFFER 2.5 oz. SI.69 VALUE $1.29 SUPER SPECIAL ORANGE JUICE SUPER SPECIAL ALAMO SUPER SPECIAL 3 OZ. NESTEA DOG | ^'HSTANT TEA FOOD I.J" Si-79 %J %J U ■ 4 OZ. NESTEA LEMON FL ^ to |NSTANT TEA 7.49JB$I.39 SUPER SPECIAL KRAFT BBQ SAUCE FLAVOR 18 OZ. GAY STEP ALL NUDE PANTY HOSE 790 SI.29 VALUE ULTRA BRITE TOOTH PASTE 6 OZ. $1.52 VALUE VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION WHITE RAIN NON AEROSAL HAIR SPRAY 10 oz- $1.69 VALUE ARM IN ARM ROLL ON DEODORANT 8 OZ. $1.69 VALUE 1 1/2 OZ. $1.35 VALUE DEODORANT SCHICK SUPER 2 JOHNSON BRUT RAZOR BLADES ODOR ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 19T THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMtTHVlLLE. TEXAS Wildcats Claw Tigers * \ •<SSv ELGIN-The Elgin Wild- cats overwhelmed the Rockdale Tigers T-I Thurs- da\ behind the strong pitch- ing of Conrado Jonse, bringing the "Cats' district record to 4-0. Elgin scored two runs in each of the first two innings and three in the third to tails their wares for the gamc.Roclut^lc's solo score came in the fourth, when a dropped fly ball to left field gave the Tigers a double and allowed their base MM - -Mi wP*? ; -v Elgin Nails Third Place Despite losing Anthony Penson to a pulled hamstring and Elroy Falke to Easter vacation, the Elgin track team nailed down third place in Division li of the Viking Relays at Bryan on SAFE '^T 7 HUIR? ~D When the Ti8er third baseman bobbled the throw. Elgin's Ricky Pere? \vas sate at third. Perez later scored, stealing home when a pitch to second hot-boxed the Elgtn runner. Times Photo Too Much Baseball Can Be Hazardous Young baseball players, e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

PAGE ft THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMrTHVlLLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1977 Seidel Awarded First Runner Up Linda Seidel, the Smith Dutnct FFA Sweetheart reporter. Her *enior year villc FFA Chapter Sweet- «he chance of continuing she a a Homecoming Oueen nominee. In the event that the Sweetheart from the District can not compete at the Area VII convention in May. Linda will take her place and heart, waik awarded the title to area competition of- firM runner up at the While in high school Central Te*a* District Linda has participated tn awards banquet last Tuev FHA. German Club. Mask day. and Gavel. Beta Club and Linda, daughter of Mr. FTA, Her vophomore and Mrs, Milburn Sctdel. year she was chosen as the vie for the honor of repre- reprcsented Smithville Tiger Mascot and represent senting area at state, in competition with 15 cd her class in the Jamboree John Goerner also repre- othfr girls at Taylor High Court Her junior and senior rented Smithville in the S honl fur the hono...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

N ght in Douglas, kCMt*. lENRER RiflBE1*AM£ THAT t«l9e> C AMfcRA BS- WEE* | lO «INGI>DM WTWtl? i c ?vA* ba* slack .<•*!*" "*>*> men Ctoo ! want wfi ace prto Rafterty K f*WI because they a .R- I **-«e S WMO *£*Wt.A*i SHORT f ii# water by Stephen Afi alter arrives m a isva triw nef *o«n expect e toys * W'tc) West i*e>* s«. foresees and Nk ow sm*rh 7 30 | D HAPPY DAYS D LAVERNE & SHIRLEY 8 00 O ffi POLICE WOMAN "Broken Angels" Pepper and Bill enlist the help ol a Child Abuse Unit member (Anne Francis) when they find an abused baby during a drug raid (R) 0 O M'A'S'H A nurse is confined to her tent, in the oppressive Korean sum- mer. when the long-smoulder- ing feud between Hot Lips and the nurses in her command comes to a head (R) o THE REAL AMERICA 'Black Progress" Have black Americans made progress over the past 15 years in income, jobs or education? Guests: Alex Haley. Julian Bond © MY THREE SONS © © FIGHT IS ENOUGH Turnabout" David's romance with an attractive,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

Etc. TV LISTINGS I Supplement to: The Bastrop County Times and The Villager This Week's Specials FRIDAY'S SPECIAL APRIL 15, 1977 EVENING 12:00 O 03 CHICAGO SOUL (Pari 2) With The Spinners, D.J. Rogers, the Dramatics, Johnnie Taylor, Walter Jackson, Ronnie Dyson, Chi-Lites, Bill- Withers and the Brass Construction. Don Cornelius, host. SATURDAY'S SPECIALS APRIL 16, 1977 MORNING 11:00 © SHORT STORY SPECIAL "My Dear Uncle Sherlock" Us- ing deductive reasoning devel- oped while playing Sherlock Holmes with his uncle, a Iwelve-year-old boy solves a mystery. AFTERNOON 5:30© SPECIAL 'What's On Your Mind, San Antonio?" EVENING 6:30 O PAT BOONE AND THE LITTLE ONES SUNDAY S SPECIAL APRIL 17, 1977 AFTERNOON 1 30 S3 THE LITTLE MERMAID MONDAY S SPECIALS APRIL 18. 1977 EVENING 7:00 © © HAPPY DAYS ANNIVERSARY The Cunninghams, Fonzie, Pot- sse, FUiph Mafph and Al remin- isce about the last three years. IR) mqrnjng 8.00 © change and continuity (tue, thu) 6 X a vrlla alegre (tue THUi 0 the archies 0 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 14 April 1977

JI ^ u. ca ^ o ^ vm * I w .'.wAW.nv/i ■ i v MORNING 6:00 © HUMAN DIMENSION Q FILM FEATURE 6:30 0 THIS IS THE LIFE 0 FILM FEATURE 7:00 0 MUSIC AND THE SPOKEN WORD 0 SACRED HEART 0 FILM FEATURE 0 CHANGE AND CONTINUITY © HOUR OF POWER @0 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER © CARTOON CORNER 7:15© TV FORUM O SOCIAL SECURITY 7:30 O HERALD OF TRUTH 0 DAY OF DISCOVERY g) VOICE OF VICTORY 8:00 O MEET THE PROFESSOR 0 WAY OUT GAMES O CD REX HUMBARD 0 CHANGE AND CONTINUITY ® RELIGIOUS TOWN HALL © THIS IS THE LIFE © SPORTSCOPE 8:30 O ® DAY OF DISCOVERY 0 FAR OUT SPACE NUTS © JAMES ROBISON Q3 JERRY FALWELL 9:00 O MOVIE "The Truth About Spring" (1965) John Mills, Hayley Mills. 0 CAPTAIN GUS Q CB ORAL ROBERTS 0 SCHOOL TALK (D DIVINE PLAN © PEOPLE VUE 9:30 O COMMUNITY CHURCH 0 TEXAS WEEKLY (D RIVER OF LIFE © BAPTIST CHURCH © JUNIOR ALMOST ANYTHING GOES © JIMMY SWAGGART 9:45 0 FAITH FOR THE DAY 10:00 0 CAMERA THREE Profile of film director Nicholas Ray ("Rebel Without A Cause"). O AUSTIN PRESENTA O WASHINGTON WEEK IN...

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MORNING 6 30 q a better way 6 45 fi comedy capers ? oo o © woody woodpecker o c* sylvester and rWFETY 8 villa aleqre © tom and jerry / mumbly I 30 O flp PINK PANTHER o u clue club o mister rogers ffi © ja8berjaw aoofia bugs runny i road runner 8 sesame street © scooby doo i dynomutt 8 30 (d news in review 9 00 o © speed buggy q o tarmn lord of the jungle Q ONCE upon A CLASSIC Tittle Lord Fauntieroy" (Part 2) After they arrive In England, Cedric's mother finds tho earl has arranged tor them to live i extension 77 9 30 O ID monster squad i batman i ?oom i hot fudge ikrofftsupershow 10 00©ffl space ghost i 3ankenstein jr q o 8hazam! / isis o infinity factory (J) hobab U) 30 O §0 big john. little john o "f.bop u) what about people? (li © super friends II 00 O AHA PARSEGHIAN'S SPORTS qu albert ocarrascolendas s i os tiempos £t) ® short story special 'My Oear Unci* Sherlock* Us- ing deductive reasoning devel- oped white playing Sherlock Holmes with his uncle, a twelve-year-old boy solves ...

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