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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

SATURDAY MARCH 25. 1978 Copyigr" * '*?• T V Data. "* MORNING e OOO A BETTER WAY 6 30 O ID 1 A" THE GREATEST 113 NEWSMAKERS 7 00 O ID HONG KONG PHOOEY 0 O ROBONIC STOOGES O POLITICS AND DIPLOMA- CY IN TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICA Let s Got This Country Moving Again JFK. Domestic And For- eign Policy. 1961 1968 CD ffl SUPERFRIENOS 7 30 O ffl GO GO GLO- BETROTTERS o O SPEED BUGGY S00OO BUGS BUNNY / ROAD RUNNER O POLITICS AND DIPLOMA- CY IN TWENTIETH CENTURY AMERICA The Great Society And South- east Asia LBJ Domestic And Foreign Policy © ffl LAFF A-LYMPICS 8 30 ID NEWS 900 O ONCE UPON A CLASSIC Lorna Doone John Ridd is called upon to appear before Chiel Justice Jeffries In London, reporting any uprising against King Charles li (Part 4 o 10) (D EXTENSION 78 30 o ffl *nk panther O O BATMAN TAR2AN O DANIEL FOSTER. M D Back Disorders ffl PIETY PLUS 1000 o ffl baggy pants NITWITS Q PAINT WITH NANCY 9 COMEDY SHORTS ® ffl KROFF7 SUPERSHOW 10 '4 ffl INCOME TAX WORKSHOP 10 30 O CD SPACE SENTINELS O...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 23. IM> I HI BASTROPCOUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 Most Complete Listings in Bastrop County Subscribe To The Times 237-2461 321-5721 HOUSE FOR SALE Clean A: roomy. 2 bed- room. 1 bath and gar- age and greenhouse. Carpeted throughout. All new appliances in kitchen. Nice yard. See to appreciate. B\ owner. 237-2491. lit i c Real Estate Market SEC II. PAGE 9 REAL ESTATE Corner of Hwy 71 & 95 301 W. 3rd St. Lawrence Pipkin - BROKER 237-3667 home 237-2387 office Jonna Fleming Salpsman home 237-3725 LISTINGS WANTED M HE KW tfililil, I SKfUJ M >11 If.X* M •Just Listed: 3 Br., 2 bath brick home with fireplace, 2-car garage, setting on 2 lots. Home is just about 1 year old. CH, CA. carpeted. THIS HOME IS IN PERFECT CONDITION AND READY TO MOVF INTO. FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE GIVE US A CALL. •JUSI LISTED: 221 2 acres of Hwy. 71 property, with approx. 1100 ft. of hwy. frontage, with 3 Br. HOME and barns & outbuildings. 4 miles from AND WON T LAS pLONG. „ . 'gs- ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

SEC. II. PAGE 10 Sastrvuj THfc WAS I HOP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 19-8 Widest County Readership ®tm00 CLASSIFIED Phone Today! Bastrop Office 321 -5721 Smithville Office 237-2461 Full County Coverage For Sale Services Public Notice For Rent MONUMENTS Memorial of Endur- ing Meaulv. A complete line of Quality Granite*. Honest Dependable Service, Reasonable Prices. All work fully guaranteed. Temple Granite Works, Mrs. t M. Peal. Rep resentative. KOI Wilkes, Smithville, Ten, 78957. Ph. 2.17-2730. EOR REAL bargain! in new and used furniture. No. 2, Main Street, Smith ville. Phone 237 2111 HAY FOR SA! I Well fertilized heavy wire-tied bales of Johnson grass cV Heuira. Located T mile norm of Smith- ville ( all 713/242-3500. 49-tfc Aluminum Flat Bottom Boats Available in 10' to 18' lengths Starting at $1 88 Complete line of Dilly boat trailers tAMfon 4 11 ivy 71 Smith villc EOR SALE New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521 tfc Scrap plywood siding & lu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

Meet Your School Board Candidates See Sec. I, Page 3 % Hastrnu Olnlnttu f-O. x 45436 ' * '• - ?5?35 X SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY 20* VOL. 87, NO. 12 THREE SECTIONS. 22 PAGES THURSDAY, MARCH 23. 1978 LandfilhBack To Original Plan BASTROP — The Bastrop Coun- ty Commissioners met in a short called session Monday morning and passed a motion concerning the county landfill, two motions con- cerning the installation of a new elevator in the courthouse, and ap- pointed two new members to the Veterans Land Board Committee for Bastrop County. r GOVERNOR and CHAIRMAN—Governor Dolph Briscoe and Bastrop Chairman of Briscoe for Governor, Johnnie Sanders, pose for a quick snapshot at the Barbecue Blast for Briscoe, held at the Bastrop American Legion Hall, Tuesday evening. Consulting Firm Hired SMITHVILLE — The City award- ed a $36,000 water and sewer ex- tension contract and also hired a consulting firm to prepare a zoning ordinance at Monday night's meet- ing. Per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

SIC I PAGF 2 THE BASTROPCOUNTY 1IMI S. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1978 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIItllltllllMllliMlllllillMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIINIIIIHIIIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItl.il ^ 'Round, The County TIEWMIIT • • • • • inions BvKarla Wallace 0 IIIMIIillMIMMIMIMMIlBlMIMIIMIIIMIMI!IIIIIIMIIIIIMIIMMIIIiMIIIIMIIMIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMMIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIII Pulling Together Elgin has a hospital. Now. if you're from another tilv. or perhaps another county, this lact dtH"s noi seem so very remark able. In fact. in the eyes of the federal government, there are ton many hospitals in this country today, anyway. So let me put it another way: Elgin still has a hospital Despite the Ion# illness and death of its resident physician and chief fund- raiser, despite a lac k of doctors and thus a lack of patients, despite months of operating in the red, de- spite lack of space, and despite its i lose proximity to a large metro- politan area with several hospi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

iHl KSI> \^ . MARCH 23. H'M THF BASTROP COUNTY I1MI S. SMIlHVIllI 11X AS ^v>S- SEC. I. PAGE 3 School Board Candidates Speak To The Issues BISD Candidates Respond Place 3 I Place 4 ■Jenkins Smith Vinklarek BASTROP In the election for trustee to the Bastrop Independent School Board, incumbent Robert Jenkins is un- opposed in his race for the Place 3 position. ' Seeking election to Place 4 are two newcomers, Clarence Vinklarek and Stanley Smith. What is the most urgent need of the Bastrop school system right now and how would vou deal with it? Place 3 good families that stimulate the economic interests of the school system. Place 4 Vinklarek - 1 have four children in the school system. My children's communications from the school system is one of my biggest links. I know most of the school board members and have attended their meetings. 1 follow the newspaper reports of their meetings. Smith - You don't ever get fully prepared. Life teaches you. You make the decision to run and f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 March 1978

SI C I. PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMfTHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1978 Accident Claims Leal by Erlene Goertz Robert Leal, 18, of Pleasanton, husband of Cecilia RobC l eal, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ouinn, of Pleasanton, and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. Peter Bartsch of Rocknc, was killed on his j« b. Friday night, March 10at II p.m. Mr Leal was crushed to death when caught between two earth moving machines, while working BACK TO THE BIBLf When on assembly of people cease to obey I Cor. 11:2 and turn to theology and philosophy of mon to justify their worship and practices Col. 2:8 their candle stick is removed Rev. 2:5 and thereby become a dead congregation. Prov. 21:16. for ari oil company in I alls C ity. Funeral services were held in St. Mary's Cath- olic Church, Pleasanton, Monday morning, March 13 at 10 a.m. Rosary was recited Sunday evening. March 12. at 7:30 p.m. Interment was held in the Leal Cemetery, Pleasant- on. Survivors besides his wife are his p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

Meet The Candidates See Pages 4 and 5 ulhc tut strop Ololmtu J'icr i. ■ t^entcr, Inc. F. 0. Box 45436 fall as, '■ •• - "5235 SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL. 87, NO IJ FIVE SHC'l IONS. 52 PAGES THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1478 LCRA Investigation Underway BASTROP — Some 10 allega tions citing misuse of LCRA mater- ials and employee time were lev- eled against two Sim Gideon plant supervisors. The allegations came to light in a story which appeared in the March 22 edition of the Aus- tin Citizen. At present these allegations of misuse are under investigation by the LCRA, with an announcement due within 7 to 10 days, according to Robert M. Tintsman, LCRA as- sistant General Manager and Dir- ector of Administration. Tintsman made this statement to the Times on 1 uesdav, March 28. He made the same statement, citing the same period of time for the investi- gation's conclusion to the Citizen's reporter a week ago. Allegations cited were against plant superintendent A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

SEC. I. PAGE 2 I HI BASTROP COUNTY IIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. MARCH 30. ITS IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllHlilllllllUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIilllllllillllllllMllltHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIItlllfllllllllllMll hirf inions ilound The County By Lisa Johnson tiewnimt IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIiaillHIIIIUIIIIIIIilllllllllnilllUltlllllHHHIIIIIIIItlllllllllllMlllllllllltllllllMiliiMiiiHHiiiMMin Voter Awareness What docs it take to be a con seleniums voter? Not much really, just an awareness. An awareness of the issues and the candidates. Tin* limes in recent weeks has run interviews with mayoral, coun- cil. and school candidates. (Question and answer sessions have taken place throughout the county with candidates having to take stands on various issues. The concerned voter attended these gatherings, quest ioned the candidates and made in- formed decisions, selecting a candidate whose ideas and ideals most closely coincided with his own. fortunately more and more vol ters ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 30. 1*^8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 SEC . I. I'AOE 3 Old Nuggets SPRING CLEANERS—City of Bastrop cleaning crews were busy last week cleaning up the hike and bike trail and boat dock in that city. Crew mem- bers pictured above *re (left to right) Billy lmes, Charlie Cooks, Willie Chatman. David Mannix, Charles Duncan, Jerry Cooks, Johnnie Bownes, and Martin Seidel. —Times Photo Smithville VFD Offers Extinguishers Fire Marshal Hal Wal- lace and Fire Chief Jim Gifford of the Smithville Volunteer Fire Depart- ment remind everyone that small portable all purpose dry chemical fire extinguishers will be available for purchase at Chuckwagon Square during Jamboree. The 2 lb. and 5 lb. sizes were obtained to be of- fered at lower than normal prices in order that local citizens could purchase a top quality rechargeable unit for home fire safety and protection. These units are ideal for home, business, boats, and especially suitable to keep in the trunk of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

SI C . I. PAGE4 [ Hf HAS I HOP COUNTY IIMES, SMIIHVILLE, TEXAS 7895 THURSDAY. MARCH 30. N'8 City Candidates Vie In Saturday Election Sharp Unopposed Sharp BASTROP Hit- Tinws lias conducted separate interview* with each of the candidates running for the office of mayor and city coun- cil. The stall of the limes has com- bined a series of questions that we thought that you would like to know the responses to. The Times is in hopes that you will read the ques tions and the answers, and make your own evaluation of each can- didates. For office of Mayor ol the City ot Bastrop, incumbent mayor, James Sharp is unopposed, and these are his responses. What is the city 's mini urgent need mut how will you deal with it!' Sharp I don't really see any real problems Hastrop is financially sound. Hastrop presently has the cheapest rales in everything in general, and we are going to keep it that way; il we can. Good recreational facilities and better meut of the present streets is a problem. As far...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

I HIURSDAY. MARCH 30. iw> I HK BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMI I HVll LE. TEXAS 7>W>7 SEC I. PAGE 5 Smithville Mayoral, Council Candidates Face Issues In the . . . Mayoral Race Skelley Davison Psencik SM1IHVILLE — As reported in last week's edition of the Times, the staff recently put together a series of questions which they felt should be asked of the candidates prior to the upcoming elections. This edition will cover the responses of the mayor and city council candidates. The questions and answers for the mayoral candidates, incumbent Lawrence Skelley. Bill Davison, and Pat Psencik will be presented first. What is the city 's must urgent need and how will you deal with it? Skelley - Housing, this includes both low-rent and standard hous- ing. The only way to deal with this is to encourage builders to enter the city and enter into a speculative building program. There should also be an attempt to acquire ad- ditional low-income projects such as the two now in operation. Davison...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

i r \« >i o MM; \S| KOI'C «>l \ f \ !MI S \MI I HVII11 > t X W Mil n il V N LOCK DRUGS INVITES YOU TO JAMBOREE.... and besides that - have a good time! So no matter if you're from Bastrop, Elgin or Smithville; come on for the great fun. Be sure to drop in March 30, 31, & April 1. LOCK DRUGS 321-2442 Main St. Bastrop Homemaking Happenings Mrs ( lata ( urtis DIM Kl( I 10 I'HDA Ml I 1I N<< I hi- Dim rid 10 IHDA meeting will be hi-ld April 5 at St fan I * s Lutheran Church in LaGrarige All Home Demonstration ( luh members and guests art welcome to attend Bastrop Countv Home Demonstration (luh members will help with registration, Plan now to attend this meeting. For further information call -VI 2184 SPUING 4 II HOMI I ( ONOMICS I KAIMNt < A Spring Home I con .v.,..,. ,.a.Oll!f Meeting will be held Apr 14 |( at the Stall • H ( enter in Brow ti wood | Ins is excellent training lor 4 II adult or junior leaders II you can attend this training ses sion contact our office...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 30, |*TH Flower Entries Sought Did you know that even though you aren't a mem- ber of the Smithville Garden Club, you may enter a flower arrange- ment in the Smithville Garden Club's Spring Placement Show April 15? Or that all you have to do is cut one of your most beautiful roses or a clip- ping from your most lux- uriant shrub, put it in a ;>oft drink bottle, and you have an entry for the hort- iculture division of the flower show? (And you may submit as many entries as you want to.) This division is also the place to enter your fav- orite house plants. The April 15th show will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blasch- ke and will be open to the public from 3 to 6 p.m. However, those of you who want to enter an arrangement should con- tact Mary Williams, phone 237-3454, or if vou have an exhibit for the horticulture division, call Bert Moore who is chair- man of that activity, phone 237-3143, before April 8. THK BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78H57...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

SI C . I. PAC.I H I Hi BAS J ROP COUNTY TIMES SMITHVILLE. IEXAS78%7 Rctama Residents Participate In Memory Course by Erlcne Gocrt/ Mary Iof Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, rum u resident of the Re I a ma Manor Nursing Home, Bastrop, and three other ladies who live in the home. participate daily. Monday through Friday, in a M) minute Realitv Orientation Class, or a Memory C lass," as it is tailed, taught by ( aryl I ivt ngood, at tivity director I he class is designed to help forgetful or con- fused persons back to reality. Consistency and repitilion are the keys to success. Nanus, places, and times are stressed The names of the ilass mem- bers and teachers are written on a blackboard limes. places, and events, name of the home, date, next meal, holidays, and other information is used to make the resident aware of the present time and place. Other ladies partici- pating are Myrtle Wise man, Bettie Sayers, Willy Cupples. March is Reality ientation Month Retama Manor, and families of the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

THURSDAY. MARCH 30. 1<P8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Retama Holds "Sing-a-long A delightful songbook containing Stephen Fost- er's songs has been don- ated to Retama Manor by an anonymous friend. Thank you. The sing-a- longs have become even more fun with the songs from this book and also the book loaned by Mrs. R. H. Montgomery. Many of the words to the songs have been copied by our Red Cross Volun- teers so it is easier to "sing-a-long." Our regular worship services were even more meaningful during Holy Week. We often forget to thank the churches who, week after week, come to offer spiritual enrichment. Bastrop and Smithville have so many who are al- ways willing to give of their time. Not onlv do the churches support us by coming and holding ser\ ices in our little chapel, but also gladly offer transportation to the residents who wish to attend services in town. May the Lord bless you for your thought- fulness. Coming birthdays in- clude Irene Wood on Apr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

SrxUALb l<U1 Xr/rK - 4| (j f Ss/cA >L>#Mk 0/ . 990 '•Ji W ' ' * A t i ' " ^ l l«. II'J'.I'H fc« l« CONSUM H PHI I HMSO iP £ OPEN / DAYS A WEEK ' 7a.m.-9 p.m. Ml oi. REG. OR CHERRY Gtllette tbach 83** '4 02 lor the millions vsho should not take aspirin. 99C 24 ct. * SUPERMARKET RIGHT GUARD 10 oz ■ $1.88 20 ozs. (5 ozs. free) $1.49 ^ Mycitracii^^S^ 990 1/2 oz. 5 oz. 79C SPECIAL or BODY WAVE ULTPERMANENTS $1.49 SURE DEODORANT $1.35 AEROSAL 8 OZ. HANNATH'S JfSOURMET HEAVY GRAIN-FED BEEF THE SUPERIOR FEED LOT BEEF tor Gourmet flavor. Gourmet tender n «8 . unconditionally quar. n!«e*-d' goijrmi t grain iii) hlavy bfef BEEF CUTLETS $709 # poijmd G0URMI I GRAIN FLO HEAVY BUI BON I Li SS | HANNATH'S go 'rmf i heavy 'irain fed b{ i i CHUCK ROAST I POUND $129 iSOURME T HEAVY GRAIN FED BEEF B STEAKS 5149 GLADIOLA 5 lb. bag 69< FLOURsS.b. baa $3.29 MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE 1 POUND CAN *2.69 OLEO PARKAY pound 49 COTTAGE CHEESE 0 69< WHIPPING CREAM ^ 55< G0URMEI GRAIN FED HIAVY m(f B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

1 THURSDAY. MARCH 30. 1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES Jamboree Coloring Contest Winner Brian Breeden A#' H

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 March 1978

I'AC .1 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 1978 Quern Davidim Turns Over Crown Thursday evening at 7 p.m. a new Jamboree Queen will be named at ceremonies to he held on Main Street on the grounds of City Hall. Jamboree Queen Dav- idica Quitta will end her year long reign when she turns her crown over to one of the six girls who have been nominated. Nominees selected by classmates at Smithville High School include freshmen, Kathy Foytik and Jamie Spencer; soph- omores Dcidra Gantt and Dori Stacy; and juniors Tena Allison and Glennda Rinker. Hal Wallace will serve as master of ceremonies, with music being provid- < m Duchesses Bow At Queen's Court When Davidica Quitta hands her crown over to the '78 Jamboree Queen it will be in the presence of duchesses and their escorts ranging from kindergarten students to high school students. Named to the Queen's court are: kindergarten, Carrie Davis and Chad Hoy; first grade, Laura Welch and Ronald Parker; ...

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