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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 14 June 1979
Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

H t M T " v'- TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bnrtlett Texas 7G511 Thursday June 21 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 30 22 Pages In 2 Sections 17-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS Over 5000 Attend Holland w w"'3MyiB'prv 4 ftti MrfTl JrlMff 11 If V HPT F7KV Ji .ii V. d THOUSANDS OF DANCERS Over 5000 people jammed the streets of downtown Holland Saturday night for the Fifth Annual Holland Corn Festival Street Dance. Jimmy Howell Tribune-Progress photographer stood on the platform where the Moods band was playing and aimed his camera cast looking down Travis Street townrd the railroad tracks to get Bartlett City Council Meets Monday In Lengthy Session Bartlett City Councllmcn met Monday night for their regular monthly meeting Robert Kelley from Lakeland Sanitary Services Inc. wns present to discuss the possibility of his company picking up garbage In the city The amended garbage ordinance was reviewed and after a discussion coun- cllmcn voted to make the changes In the contract as specifie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

l .g" i r y .MILS. PATRICK HOLLAND FOOD MART AND WASHERTERIA SPECIAL OF THE WEEK! r Pepsi SPECIALS GOOD JUNE 21-27 1979 Fresh Meats and Produce Magazine Rack SLUSH PUPPIES HOT SANDWICHES Beer Picnic and Fishing Supplies In Stock Red Wiggler Fishing Worms STORE HOURS Open Seven Days Per Week Monday-Saturday Sunday LONGER STORE IF YOUR AIR CONDITIONER IS SET TOO LOW YOU'LL FEEL IT RIGHT During the summer months the cost of operating air conditioning equipment is the biggest factor in the electric bills of most Texas Power & Light customers. You can enjoy the comfort of air conditioning and hold down the amount of your electric bill by setting the thermostat on 78 or higher. But you may say "I like It set at 72T' Consider the cost of the 6 difference. If the outside temperature is 95 every degree you set your thermostat below 78 increases '' Ti: Living GERARD SPINN STORE 6:30a.m.-10:00p.m. 8:00a.m.-10:00p.m. HOURS FOR YOUR HOLLAND TEXAS HERE course that your cooling bill will be ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

') JGHr -SI... 'I i tfv&tot-'ViAUw..1' HOLLAND BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL Members and staff of the Holland First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School are pictured in front of the church. The school was held June IMG under the directorship of Rev. Jay Thomas pastor of the church. Belts In Current Fashion Picture COLLEGE STATION -"Wrapped" "cinched" "controlled fullness" whatever the description the belt is currently very much In the fashion picture. Emphasizing a new fashion look wide at the shoulders narrow at the waist and slimmer skirls and pants Wall-To-Wall Carpet Redyeing Pitfalls COLLEGE STATION Redyeing wall-to-wall car- peting can have pitfalls for the do-it-yourselfer and the professional Dr. Jane Berry a housing and home fur- nishings specialist with the Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service The Texas A&M University System says. DO-IT-YOURSELF? Getting a dye to stay on the fiber and managing a uniform application arc problems that plague both the do-it-yourselfer and th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

JJW mmmmtm - ?; rr f ( 'I m wis Bj m JP IBs Hi IF ! frt PV rn f'l Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 21 1979 VV"i"""""""" H vvvwvwvwvwwviv'rv'9"vwv Circleville Philosopher U.i & Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnson grass farm on the San Gabriel Itivcr reports on one theory on the gasoline shortage. Keep the salt handy. Dear editor: There's so much confusion so many conflicting reports on what's causing the gasoline shortage what caused the Three Mile Island accident what caused the DC-10 to crash is SALT II good or bad etc. that we've now gotten to the point where some people don't believe anything some believe everything and some just toss a coin. Take the gasoline shortage. REFLECTIONS ON ENERGY PART II America is an energy in- tensive society. Basically our needs arc twofold energy for the generation of electricity and the heating of our homes; and fuel for our vehicles. To solve our current dilemma we must speak to these two needs. We arc not a nati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

'J Bartlett Softball News Sports "" 7 Strangers Host 8 Team TournamentzE At Taylor Tourney Strangers Come In 5th Place The Strangers ended with the leading batters. Fred 44 hits 10 home runs and one Cortcz Paul Luna and Gene place away from winning n Vanck hit 2 home runs each trophy. Chris Taylor and Rodney Paul Luna went 7 for 11 White each hit 1 home run. Ramiro Cortez 6 for 9 and Gene Vanck C for 1 1 overall in Paul Luna was awarded an the two-day tournament as All-Toruney trophy. Local Team Scores Thursday June 21 1979 Page 5g Vcdncs(lnyJuncl3 Outlaws 8 Lobos 8 . Warriors 2 Warriors C Outlaws 12 Thursday June 11 Wnrrlors 9 Strangers 8 Hangers 7 Monday June 18 Strangers 0 Warriors 12 Hangers 1 ( Lobos 10 Strnngcrs 17 Warriors 1C Jones' Team 0 Lobos 10 Sunday June 17 Tuesday June 19 Helton II Lobos 4 Strangers C Hangers I Warriors 5 Strangers 18 Outlaws I Temple 1 BARTLETT STRANGERS PAUL LUNA one of the leading batters all year played great ball in Taylor this past weekend and wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

rm 'J ( Tribune-Progress Thursday Junc2J 1979 Pagc7 ;-j. Scenes From The 1979 Holland Com Festival

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

w l Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday Junc21 1979 ll t w me svmysD- WtSr "Sorry I'm late dear I lost time at the track I mean I lost track of the time." AZ S$J J 1 KSAM iii 4LA 1 y trmsJ j "It's our exclusive feature The 'Traffic Jam Lifter-Outer'!" oeocoooooooooooooooooooooooocooo: TERRELL GRANITE WORKS I Memorials For Those You Love MRS. CAROLE STARKE Local Representative H.W. 'HAPPY' SMITH Owner 2914 South Gon. Bruco - Tomplo - 773-5889 tOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOCO KIGIIT-SIZE BHABETTEK-FITTING DRESS Today's soft fabrics arc delightful. The tunic dress il- lustrated looks as though it stepped right out of a designer showroom but it's a Very Easy Vogue in flowing wool jersey. Worn over a crepe skirt in a coor- dinating color with matching crepe ascot you have a stunning outfit. Only a lightweight supple fabric works. Jersey drapes smoothly over the shoulders; the sleeve starting well below the shoulder hinge. The middy collar points like an arrow to the bustline where the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 21 1979 Page 5P !KIIIIIIIIItllltiiiiiiiiTTrriiwrfiiiiaMtiiiiitiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiwMitiiiigiiiigiffiiiii IN BELTON'S JULY 4TH FEST A HXAS TRADITION SINCE 1850 f ri II A I II II A II II I I i" tx (jti'Ji?''?WW'flH0W(Hiitl ifx A 'j ifnf M!t N f ll vipSfe FAMILY FUN CARNIVAL JUNE 28-JULY 4 In the Confederate Park Across from Rodeo Arena 6:00 p.m.-Midnight 12:00 Noon-Midnight on July 4th ?' vl .'r On IH35 West Frontage Road Vi Mile South of Bclton Use Exit 22 Vcrn & Marge Oltmer Owners J99999999999999V9999V9VV9999999999V99V999999 9999 .? ti. Ml r ro jft'A. KOA Campground BELTONKILLEENTEMPLE Full Service Camping Facility Pool - Rally Building - R.V. Supplies Groceries - Laundry Propane PAT RIDLEY COUNTY ATTORNEY Telephone 939-1961 Help Belton Celebrate The Fourth! DUKE & AYERS Celebrate With Belton! SUPERIOR CH AIRCRAFT 110 E. CENTRAL 939-2761 H9999V999999999999 99999999999 WVVVVVVVVV WELCOME FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS BELTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SPONSORS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

: Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 21 1979 pi:icgCT-ryraCTyaMaEMBriEgw BELTON'S JULY 4TH FEST JULY 2 8 4 PRCA 8:15 p.m. Nightly In the Belton Rodeo Arena 15 flfrl I n iff. tSaBssTl Tj Hjvwww CB Radios. Antennas. Towers. -"" W . ..w.w Rotors & Accessories Service & Repair On Ail Makes CD's CB HEADQUARTERS & SERVICE CENTER IH 35 Northbound Access Road (Between Exits 293B & 294A) Belton Texas 76513 Band Concert 8:30 a.m. July 4 Patriotic Speeches 9:00 a.m. At the Courthouse Square A t A iw rifci n .v-ac Jim & Betty Taylor Phone (817) 939-1692 Owners P. 0. Box 185 A. J. LANHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER - ELECT PRECINCT 2 XwPvfcB'Qr 'v ivWHr; ' "St ''4Bcwi3r''iiittr A?? m BELTON FRAMES FIIANK SEKCIK Owner CUSTOM FRAMINO. & MATTING PHONE 817933-mi 107 N. East St. BELTON TEXAS 76313 3n MEET CO. Elm King Rd..BltonTii. 76313 939-6813 CHOICE BEEF HALVES 8c QUARTERS PETEREK'S COUNTRY SAUSAGE BARBECUE CATERING COUNTRY SMOKED HAMS BACON & TURKEYS Real Beef Jerky W1 VI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

n Maaai a mmm .ill mi laauM M 1 1 1 mriryi if n 1 1 1 1 1 r tf 1 1 1 uti attiifimumi 1 1 it 1 1 1 i n a a tra Tribune-Progress Thursday June 21 1979 Pago 1 1 UL&AJmVm Cggggryyir-aTrJTggy . BELTON'S JULY 4TH FEST t i I II Parade Starts at 10:00 a.m. 6th Street Main SUNDAY JUNE 1 God & Country Concert First Baptist Church 8 p.m. Belton High School t First Baptist Church Choir V. ."' "M 4 rPJWr f MVWks v 'A A 7 N YEHIE POLK PARK - JULY 4TH Food Booths Old Fiddlers Contest Square Dancing Country & Western Band Arts Show Starts after the parade. aaftvftftft . r ft ft ft li ft li- ft li- ft ft ft ft ft TULLOCH BROS. jBo& Tulloch & Employees 107 E. Ave. A 939-2751 li- ft li- ft li- ft li- ft li- ft li- HEARTFFLD FUNERAL HOME And HEARTFIELD FLORIST McNAMARA AUTO PARTS Wc Buy Wrecked & Burned Cars Motors All Makes American & Foreign USED AUTO PARTS MILITARY WELCOME Hwy. 190 West 939-6041 Killeen: 526-4204 rftftftftftftftftftft0ftftftftftftftftftft0Vftft MRS. RUBY ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

41 ?age 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 21 1979 FESTIVAL (Continued from Page 1) Tom Jarollk. Holland. 2. Tom Jordan Hcidenhcimcr. Motorcycle Clubs-1. Statemen Cycle Club Temple. Motorcycle-1. Ray Tatov Temple. 2. Boland Cycle Supply Temple. 3. Gregg Jarolik Temple. Miscellaneous animals-1. Blackland Riding Culb Taylor. 2. Chanc Walker Rosebud. 3. Lester Gunn Dclton. Best Decorated Bicycle Wagon etc. (children's dlvlslonM. Jonnic Kallus Holland. 2. David Lange Holland. 3. James Hinklc Austin. Best Kid Clown or Best Costumc-1. Russell Hackler Holland. 2. Jason Marwitz Holland. 3. Larry Bcnnlght Rogers. Riding Clubs-1. Bell County Sheriff's Posse. 2. Bclton Riding Club. 3. Blackland Riding Club Taylor. Wagons Buggies CarLs-1. Clarence Brown Temple. 2. Jack Hilliard Dist. Co. Try TEMPLE 3000 South 3tt 78 6"! Like most people you're worried about the energy problems facing our nation. As a member-owner of your electric cooperative you've had a stake from the very beginning in the cont...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

'r 1 I F-. . J ... "rtVA'Srl Til! I t.Tr-'i" '"TK'W T 1 MM" f"v -jM I m I 1 1 K'.v.A";-B.:v I L 1 Hk- 4 lMIHHHHKNrflHMiiHHflHLHH Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classif icd Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgrcM will not be responsible lor more lhan one In correct Insertion ANTENNA SALES and INSTALLATION - Call Doug Thaler Western Auto Bartlctt 527-3848. tf SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Still in warranty. Western Auto Bartlctt. tf-chg. SWIMMING LESSONS Beginning July 18th thru July 31. For Information . call Kathy Pitts Bartlctt 527-4340. 6-21-79-chg. JOHNSON TIRE Call us for all sizos of farm tractor & imlpo- mont tiros & tubos. 352-3321 FM13313M.E.Hwy.95 FARMERS MUTUAL R.V.O.S. FIRE & THEFT AND EXTENDED COVERAGE Soo CLIFTON MARTINETS Solos Roprojontcrtivo and Adjustor Lodgo No. 83 657-2220 Holland HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PHONE 527-43G0 Has all your Home De...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 21 June 1979

V Page 14 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 21 1979 Obituaries Edward Brune Edward C. "Bull" Bruno native of Bartlctt who lived most of his 72 years here was claimed by death late Wednesday night at a Temple hospital after an illness of some five months. Funeral services were held at the Goodnight Funeral Home Saturday morning at 10 o'clock with Rev. Ken England of First Lakcvlcw Church of Lake Travis and Rev. Frank Walker Presbyterian minister of Taylor officiating. Burial was in the Bartlctt City Ccmertcry. Organ music for the ser- vice was provided by Bobby Hill and Mrs. Bob Ford sang two hymns "How Great Thou Art" and "Just A Closer Walk With Thee." Brune was born in Bartlctt April .1C 1907 attended school here and remained to enter business here. He started in the insurance business with the John Wacker Agency In 1940 and purchased the agency in 1943 changing the name to the Brune Insurance Agency. He continued in this business until his retirement about eight years ago when he mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday June 28 1970 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 37 381agcs In 2 Sections 817-527-M21 FIFTEEN CENTS ..? Bartlett C Of C Acts To Promote Operaland ..'fsamufTr.i? rxn- insrr"" & GOOD TIME FOR BIKING Kevin Benncr left nnd Dan Kallus while away the hours of summer vacation riding their bicycles along the streets of Holland Deadline July 6 For Homestead Exemption Citizens in the Bartlett Independent School District who arc 65 years of age or older have until July 6th to sign up for the $10000.00 homestead exemption Also eligible to sign up are citizens who are disabled and are receiving benefits under Federal Old-Age Survivors and Disability Insurance Earlier In the year citizens owning property in the Bartlett School District any age were able to sign up for n $5000.00 homestead exemp tion. This exemption of $5000.00 for citizens 65 or older or disabled citizens docs not apply for the $10000.00. You must come by the high s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

Living Miss Katherine Nemec Becomes Bride Of William Meissner Miss Katherine Marie Nemcc of Jarrcli and William Paul (Billy) Meissner of Bartlctt exchanged nuptial nows at 3 p.m. Saturday In the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Jarrcli with Rev. Emllian Foltyn officiating at the ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ncmec of Jarrell and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Meissner of Bartlctt. Wedding music was provided by Ladis Marck. Arrangements of Daisies decorated the church. The bride given in marriage by her father wore a floor length fown featuring a rounded neckline forming a stand-up collar int he back and featured a three layer skirt. Long lace sleeves complimented the gown. Her waist length veil was attached to a crown headpiece adorned with pearls. Her bridal bouquet was of daisies. Mrs. Patricia Balz sister of the bride served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Donnie Nemcc Kathy Pitts Susan Havclka Dlanne Simek Noma Snell Sandy Masp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

iHMfr't - ' ' r ir T-.n 17 vvv v 5F8fflxwmj&r&xi s yijw. w v vry? m--. m . . t vv .- i -i Benner-Arnold Miss Tammy Benncr daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Biclss of Holland was married to Thomas Arnold son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arnold Jr. of Holland Saturday afternoon at St. John Lutheran Church in Bartlctt. The Rev. Clarence Rose performed the double-ring ceremony. Providing wedding music Were Shcryl Goodnight of Academy organist and Mrs. Roger Houston of Holland ) soloist. Given In marriage by her step-father the bride wore a chiffon gown with a high slit neckline. The long-cuffed sleeves and bodice were trimmed In Vcnisc lace. Matron of Honor was Mrs. Julie Johnson of Holland Maid of honor was Vickie Bonner. Bridesmaids were Nancy Janke of Temple Mrs. Suzctt Arnold of Holland Lisa Stabcno of Waco and Barbara Arnold of Holland. Flower girls were Diana Burton and Carrie Arnold of Holland. Candlellghtcrs were Wayne Arnold and Thomas Arnold of Holland. Ring bearer was Brandon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

Y 5go4 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 28 1979 P 7 rib AM oplnlont and viewpoint! In the Tribune Progre do not neceuarlly represent trie editorial opinion) of tnlt newspaper Published weekl In Bartlett. Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Teas Second class postage paid at Bartlett Teas7SI1 STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs Vicky Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortei Mrs Riley Bailey Subscription Rates 4 so per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties tS per yearelsewhere Any erroneous retlectlon upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly becorrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster It undellverablc. send Form JJ7 to Tribune Progress Bartlett Teiasmil Sn TTTT Circleville Philosopher - - - i ti a. Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass farm on the San Gabriel discusses the SALT treaty this week possibly. Dear editor: It should ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

Bartlett Softball News f At Taylor Tourney Strangers 1st Place The Bartlett Strangers traveled to Taylor Saturday and won 1st place winning 4 out of 5 games played. In the first game ths Taylor Shorthorns fell victim bya score of 12-8. Chris Taylor and L. V. Anderson led at bat. Engln's CYO lost 18-7 to the Strangers in the second game. L. V. Anderson and James Falls did a great job at bat both going 4 for 4. The third game was all Strangers as they whollopcd Thorndale 15-5. Ralph Rivera and Houston Scott bated 1 000 as they' went 4 for 4. The Taylor Shorthorns came back in the fourth game to IPJpfiUIZ OOE PEPITONE BELTEP 2 UK'S in ON& INNING TO l TIE THE ALL-TIME MARK. ' WHO HOLDS THE A.l. CAREER RECORP FOR 2 OR MORE HR'SINONEGAME? A. LOU GEHRIG 0. BABE RUTH C. MICKEY MANTLE sawn i.-30ea'49tosu& 1 W&-'' i ' HOLLAND T-HALL GIRLS Sponsored by the Holland Lions Club the following girls make up the Holland Girls team ages 7-9. .eft to right front row arc Veronica Perez Ann ...

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