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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 9 April 1975

v " 'V PAGE 10 I HI igMPi < i^*vw^l^'w^w^^w^vw^w s^w^^vwwywwvywvwwyvwywyvwwvw vwJ How with Replaceable Spool ^ contains enough fishing line to last the / averat?t home owner I THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1975 \ FURNITURE - APPLIANCES T V - STEREG - SPORTING GOODS MON.-FRJ. 9-6 SAT 9-4 HWY 71, SMITHVILLE 237-2432 I UAMU >U« ft t M g.n 11 M n (i ft n n n MINI MAC 26 The super lightweight saw with profes- sional features. Big 12* bar and chain. Automatic oiling. Cuts a 6 inch log in J? seconds. Friced $30 less than 4 years ago. § Weeds Vanish from trees, fences, rocks fx. culverts, ditches f borders, bushes posts, etc., in seconds. EASY TERMS ■I Needie" Is Not A Gadget Needie" is a rugged work horse designed to Needie" is Safe. No need to fear shattering bottles, or other objects hidden in the grass. That's why the lady of the house loves using "Needie". make difficult yard chores And "Needie" is double insulated as easy as going fishing. Saves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY t«r, Ir;c. VOLUME 84, NUMBER 16 i <jt THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS Commissioners Court THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 WHOSE VICTIM? Times Photo ( ai roll Rosanky found this dead Golden Eagle about seven nules upnver from Smithville on the H H Young Estate last Friday Rosankv examined the bird for wounds but could find none A call to Bastrop County Agent Ron Lindsay revealed that Golden Eagles have not been seen in this area tor many years, but are ludiginous to the Texas Trans -Pecos area and are sometimes found in the Texas Hill country The bird, which had a wingspan of about 7 feet, was turned over to the Game Warden, who requested the services of a Parksand Wildlife pathologist to determine cause of death. Smithville Police Chief Submits Resignation Smith vijle Police Chief CM, (Sonny > Taylor submitted to an executive sessionofcity council Monday night a letter of ; agnation, effective May I, 1975 The resig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 Ihir^ 0 inions What's Fair? With inflation eating up Increasing amounts of available city funds for each and every service, officials art* faced with the sticky problem of how to increase revenue in an equitable manner Bastrop County officials, both at the county and city level, must approach this problem with the knowledge that vast numbers of their citizens eke out a bare existance on low wages, fixed retirement incomes or weuare payments Many of these persons were coaxed to the area because of the low ad velorum tax rate offered here Is it fan now that thev have moved here and invested their savings in property on this promise of low taxes, to raise the rates because of inflation'' We must bear in mind that these folks, too, are hit with higher grocery, utility and maintenance costs everywhere they-Jurn. The only equitable solution seems to be that suggested by C uncilrnen Scheler, Smith and Davisors at M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLF, TEXAS PAGE Red Rock Opens Post Office BIG TURNOUT Times Photo Approximately 500 people braved Sunday's rain to attend the opening of a new Post Office in Ked Hock Independent Cattlemen's Association Discusses Marketing By Don Cat her man Red Rock. Sunday, April 13, there was as much excitement in Red Rock as there was in 1924 when the town burned down This was the day the new Post Office Building was ded- icated. The history of the Rod Rock Post office dates back to 1870 when the first office was established At that time Red Rock was a small village located about one mile west of its present location Ashley R Lentz was appointed the first Postmaster Each time a new Postmaster took office, the office was relocated The first Rural Routes were established in 1903 with Albert Probst and Babe Lentz as Carriers. In 1919 the entire town of Red Rock burned to the ground with the except ion of two brick buildings The Post Office ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

PAGE THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 B&PW To Host District Seminar The SnuthvilU' Busnie and 9 30 A M to 2:00 P M Professional Women'sClub will be the host group at a district - wide seminar to be held at the Magic Mill Restaurant in Bas- trop. Saturday, April 19, from Smithville Librurv The theme of the meeting will be "Who Said Women Can't?", according to Mrs Verla Shut tlesworth of Smithville, chair man Taking part in the Hosts Coffee By Theima Davison The Smithville Public Library will host an informal Coffee Friday, April 18, 1975. The Welcome mat will be out all day from 2 p.m. ttl 5 p.m You are invited to drop by and enjoy a cup of coffee and a Philatelic Society Meets Monday NELLIE ROYSTON-DA VID FRIEDEL Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Richard C. Royston of Smithville would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Nellie Marie to David Joseph Freidel. son of Mr and Mrs Jerome J Freidel of Smith- ville A June 28 Wedding is pla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

ppp^p I THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS Wolf-Schanhals Vows Said By Mrs Frank Williams Miss Martha Henrietta Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Theo- dore Martin Woif of McDade, became the bride of Robert Bruce Schanhals of Elgin, Sat- urday, April 5, 1975 at Faith Lutheran Church in McDade River Ripples By I helma Davison Spring has sprung or Spring sprang or maybe the seasons just leap forward with more startling suddeness as the years blend into history and to those who have been so busy with pro- jects of Jamboree, conventions, Summertime plans, seminars, civic affairs, elections, income taxes and the ever-present task of making ends meet while burn- ing the candle at both ends well, maybe it is time to take a comfortable cha.r out in the backyard, lean back against a sturdy tree and simply contemplate the beauty and Joyfulness of another Spring Remember the beautiful parade the happy hooliganism of the erratic armadillo and followers, the beautif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 SCC Undertakes Membership Drive The Smithville Community Corporation will undertake a membership drive "to involve all Smithville citizens who want to better this community," an- nounced chairman Iva Pendergrass. The membership drive coincides with the group's April 1st acquisition of the Smithville Neighborhood Center The Community Corporation charter states as its purpose "to bring about improvements in employment, income, main- tenance, transportation, health, housing, leisure time, and companionship acitivjties." In the year and one-half since its charter, (he group has sponsored citizen participation 1 at the Center to raise funds enroll them as members, said so there s no ieas *hy every "Corporation members will Mrs Pendergrass. "Member public spirited pet son should be calling on fellow-citizens to ship will cost only $1 00 a year, not join Catholic Women Plan 25th Convention REMODELING Times Photo Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS PAi Smithville Girls Win Chili Cook-Off Honors Two Smithville girls took honors at the Junior-Collegiate AI lug a iii Jam Chili Cook oil held at Biisch Bud Park in Houston Saturday ami Sunday, March 15 and IK Molly Craddock took a third place in the Junior Division for her 'Cheerin' Chili for Smith ville Tigers" Sponsored by "Boots" LarsiUoua, Molly was assisted by her sister, Peggy Dyer o( Houston Molly who is a Junior at Smithville High School is the daughter of Mr. MOST FLAMBOYANT Vanita Klutts supervises as Shells Schott stirs the Armadillo Chili In La Grange 'Square Fair1 Planned La Grain't and ar<-a citir.ens are joining forces to stafje a two-day weekend of tun Satur- day and Sunday, June *?lh and 8th, with activitv centered around the Historic Fayette County Courthouse Approii mately UMwd "The Square Fair" will go to Fayette County's Heritage Library - Museum, a project of the Horizon's Committee of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

PAGE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS Youth Parade Winners Listed Trimhu s ind ribbons announced this we«t was Den I, Scout Pack 183 American Heroes, second place * nied for the Youth Parade Winner of the trophy in Great (The Minute Men) 1 irst place to the Lone Ranger and lonto of Jamboree 1975 were American Heroes category ribbon went to Parade of (Laura Harreli and Wendy Richards), and third place \ \- am fll mm mm ( ■■ <" Daniel Boone (Wayne \B n HI | Barber). *"•" 3'S American Pastimes division '""'sf-Ult /*v4[PtfW^ ''Vtefl '? winners were Trophy-Model i —-k—tin*.. *.M .1 T (Clark and Rachel Rowning ' '""''" ' jHfaL. 9. and Stanley and Tracy |> fjSf JWKiHKSfi — Vydrazal) F irst place ribbon- IV iT-flftl f| jy laMM JhHP* m^JrWrs v . I 1Z« seomd, Little Bo Peep (Angela 1♦ .WiWP*8 f ^SL' thu d. !X)wn in the *""* ^ Barnyard (Tammy and Pamela Hannusch). Symbols of America winner H g .^JjlbT.-v' were Trophy and First place- | f • Shawn ami Alvin ianak; second, — __...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS PAi il J&i X SQUARE DANCERS TWIRL Times Photo JUNIOR HIGH BAND Smithville Tiger Bam! its second annual Band Barbeque last Sunday afternoon. The event was a great success in spite of pouring rain throughout the afternoon. Bands moved inside to serenade ■tfter luncheon guests; the Junior High Band under the direction of Tiger Band President Steve Seidel opening the program The Stage Band followed with two hour s of diversified music From 4 to 6, square dancers from the Smithville-L,a Grange Road runners Club did their thing to the cal- ling of Mark Lester. A dance was held from Tp.m. to 11 p.m Proeee^ will pay for the Tiger Band trip next month Times Photo PUBLIC NOTICES BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW^ CITATION BY PUBLI- CATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO Brenda Adams Bill Sweaks, and to all it may concern 1, Respondents ORE K TINGS YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear and answer before the Hon orable C.B Mavnard, 21st Dis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 Smithville Cubs Place Third Last Saturday 24 Cubs and Webelos Scouts from Smithville went to the City Park in Elgin for the Cub Olympics sponsored by tin? Klgin Lions' Club Approximately 200 boys Irom seven cities in the Lost Pines District participated From 9 00 a m 5 30 p.m. trials and finals were held in the follow ing events for each Den and Pack 30 yd dash, 30 yd hurdles, shot put, broad jump, baseball accuracy throw and tug-o war. The cities represented were Bastrop, Elgin, Giddings, La Grange, Lexington, Rockne and Smithville. of all the boys present the Smithville Cubs brought home honors in 3 events Jay Dawson received a 2nd place ribbon in the 30 yd dash finals and Shannon Armstrong re- ceived 3rd piace ribbons in the 30 yd dash finals and the 30 yd hurdles finals And six Cubs that deserve a special pat on the back are Toby Homuth, Tony Sampson, S'^cy Scott, Jesse Zimdars, Shannon Arm- strong and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS PAG BASTROP COUNTY TIMES the FOR SALE Employment For Sale 1 used 1 ton air conditioner. Old but good - $50 00 Phone 237-3667 l3'tfc Hanging Basket Plants lor Sale 2 kinds of airplane plants, wondering jew, choleus plants and various other kinds Come by 403 Hudglns. 13-tfc f, For Sale 2 outside T V antennas ap- proximately 25 ft tali and 1 used overhead garage door For information call t.aw rence Pipkin- 237-3667. 13-tfc LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co., phone 237 2402. P O Ho* 509. Smithville. Texas 78957 28-tfc Peaches Pears, Pluins, Apricot, Nectarine All growing on nematode resi- stant root stock See Mueller's La Grange, Texas Largest Selection Nursery Stock in our Area Mueller's , La Grange, Texas 4-tfc "Weekend Flea Market" Novelties, antiques, comic hooks and paper books Come and Participate. 2 1/2 miles east of Bastrop at the Red Barn Trading Post. North ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 17 April 1975

V N> page 1? THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1975 Bruner Takes Council Seat from Page I ville Estimated cost of pur ''have ami Installation of approximately 23# .signs is $10,000 with one half the cost to be (Mid by the state It was decided by unanimous vote to accept a three year con- tract with Verified Systems, IftC of Houston for computer - Ized tax service,including de- linquent tax service The con- tract will cost the city approx- imately $500 per year, which compa res with the $450 per year plus labor it pays now to get the taxes out. Mike Bruner, Bill Davison and A.J. (Gus) Novosad were sworn in by Mayor Crawford following canvassing of the #.* lections results of April 5. Brunei- then took Nelsorf Scheler's sea! at the council table < A discussion ol thetwotoone passage of the referendum on the dog leash law was some- times heated but inconclusive. Council agreed that it would consider a leash law ordinance if any practical enforcement ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 April 1975

i I I ^atcLig SERVING SMITHVILLE, BASTROP. ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY ;rof>.lri b enter, Inc. ?x 45^36 Texas It ISt VOLUME 84, NUMBER 17 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1975 ' K' 4 Contributions By Elderly Noted Hospitality Annex Dedicated Times Photo OFFICIALLY OPENED Congressman Jake Pickle cut the ribbon to officially open the addition to Smithville Hospitality House Looking on are Mae Evans, Hospitality House Director and Bob Bobbins, President of the Hospitality House am) a member of the Governor's Committee on Aging Smithville. In stirring out- door ceremonies on the ftsps of the Smithville Housing Authority's Hospitality House, U S Representative J.J Pickle gave the dedication address and cut the ribbon to officially open newly constructed annex to the Senior Citizen's recreation center A cookie and punch re- ception followed in the new facility. Introduced by BastropCounty Judge Jack Griesenbeck, Pickle told the gathering that young peopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 April 1975

PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1975 H h\r* 0 . inions Where Are Oiir Deputies? January SI. 1975, Bastrop County Sheriff Jimmy Nutt hired two new deputies, Melvw Barries and Sonny Brookshire The two were hired with $14,662 from the Emergency Job Program. Because Smithville arid Elgin residents have upon many occasions requested a full-time deputy in their cities, Precinct 2 Commissioner Howard Bums emphasized the need for a full- time deputy in these cities to Nutt at a special commissioners court meeting on January 29 Nutt told Burns that he intended both cities should have full- time deputies but that he did not intend to fire the part time deputies he had in U.C5* towns at that time At that meeting, Judge Griesenbeck stated that he felt watt could an ant')' the shifts in such a way that each city would have a full-time deputy and still allow the Sheriff s office in Bastrop extra help Where are our deputies'' There never was a definite commit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 April 1975

THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1975 THF BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS PAGE 3 Cattlemen To Hear Wilson By Mrs. Arthur Goertz Hep John Wilson, will be the guest speaker at the Bastrop County independent Cattlemen's Association Meeting, to be held at the Baron's Room in the Citizen State Bank, Bastrop, Tufst'.i/ evening May 6. The 17 Accidents Investigated By D P S. The Texas Highway Patrol investigated 17 accidents on rural highways in Bastrop County during the month of March, according to Sergeant Bert ling, Highway Patrol Su- pervisor of this area These 17 accidents have resulted in 3 deaths and 10 injuries for the month of March, 1975 These figures result in a total of 43 accidents with 3 deaths and Several hundred people stand in line awaiting plane rides at the Giddmgs-Lee County Airport Open 28 injured in Bastrop County House Over 400 got a chance to take a five-minute ride over Giddings in a private plane during 1975. Photo Courtesy of Giddings Times & News WAITING FOR A RID...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 April 1975

vr,E 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL ?4, 1975 Fayette Parade Plans Underway Letters have gone out from the La Grange Ctumlier of Commerce to community heads in Fayette County asking for parade entries in the Fayette County Heritage Parade to be held in .tune The parade is be- ing held in connection with the Square Fair Saturday and Sunday, June 7th and 8th and is one .t the highlights «>l act 1 vi Local LI T. Students Are Honored Among the more than 600 students named to the (all semester honor roll of the School of Communication ,st The University of Texas arc Vanita Klutts of Smifhville and John Reckart of Bastrop To he eligible for honors, a student must have completed 12 or more hours of work with a grade point average of 3 25 or higher and no grade less than ties on Saturday Parade time is 3 o'clock Saturday, June 7th, and it is hoped that every com- munity in Fayette County will have an entry in the parade Every single community in Fayette Coun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 April 1975

THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS PAGF 5 Adoption Requests Soaring The receut plane crash ol«i plane load of Vietnamese chil dren lias thrown the spotlight of public concern on the needs of homeless children in away unmatched by other events in recent history. Loral adoption agencies have experienced a sharp up-turn in the number of Smithville Library calls about adoption, especially Lutheran Social Service, which handles applications for Vietna mese children and which received a phone call on the average of every five minutes during the days immediately following the crash The adop- tion, received twenty-fivein- quiry calls in one day at the Au- stin office Welfare Department offices in Bryan ami Waco (where regional adoption work- ers are also officed) have each received a inquiries. dozen or so Hosts Open House By Thelma Davison The Smithville Public Library held "Open House", Friday afternoon, serving coffee and cookies to the vis- itors Our li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 April 1975

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1975 Scottie Jenkins Home Visited Times Photo FAN COLLECTION I lTOK I I : in This Issue For I KRAGH'S JEWELERS j Buyer s Guide For All Gift Occasions I = nmiuHtiiHiiiiifiiiitiMeiittiHiiHittiiiiiniMiiMiMiiiiiftiisitiMiHiiiiitfiiieitiiiiiMiiiiMiueiiwi theatre IN BASTROP 3 21-2 1 7 7 Sat., Sun Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 Mod., Tues , Bo]t office Opens 6 45 Show Starts 7.00 Thurs., fri. closed Wednesday ADULTS 1.50 CHILDREN under j? .75 Thurs-Tues April 24-29 W. W. has way with women... and he got away with anything until he met a virgin named Dixie. BURT By Nancy Klauber The house located at 801 Pecan Street, in Bastrop, was a wedding gift from Robert Lane Jenkins to his wife, Scottie CKambhss, in 1890 Their child , Robert, was born there the following year Robert, by the way. is their daughter and in spite of her masculine name happens to be one of the most beautiful women this reporter has ever seen Wha...

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