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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

s5SStaS !Tge 0 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 28 1979 wsrwtrwv'W SUNNY SIDE RETIREMENT CENTER NO. I RETIREMENT CARE-"THE BRIGHTER SIDE" OF RETIREMENT LIVING 800 W. 7th SI. TAYLOR 352-5542 WE CARE SUNNY SIDE RETIREMENT CENTER NO. II NURSING CARE AROUND THE CLOCK 212 E. LAKE DRIVE 352-6825 WE ARE IN FULL COMPLIANCE WITH THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 19M AND ACCEPT PATIENTS REGARDLESS OF RACE COLOR OR NATIONAL ORIGIN. MR. AND MRS. JERRY FUGATE. OWNERS AND ADMINISTRATORS. D's junior & misses fashions 319 N. Main Taylor Texas 76574 512-352-3020 TIF Festival Schedule TIF FESTIVAL DAYS PARADE The TIF parade will begin at 4 p.m. Friday June 29 In Murphy Park. It will proceed on Lake Drive to Main Street and south to Second Street and disband near Rudy Mlkoska's. Entries will be accepted until Friday. TIF TENNIS TOURNAMENT The tournament begins Friday June 29 and continues till Wednesday July 4. Competition will be In senior and junior divisions with age grouping within divisions. En- tries wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday June 28 1979 Pnge is fiflDRlD dySk iUJEI Bfe EFiAk T IB Bfe RkA.19 T.I.F. Festival Schedule (continued) JAYCEE CARNIVAL The Taylor Jaycecs will sponsor the Ralph Wagner Carnival complete with rides and midway beginning Tuesday June 26 and continuing through July I in Murphy Park. WILLIAMSON COUNTY BtAUTY PAGEANT Junc 30 nt 7 pm in tnc Tayor gn Schooi aUdit0rium. . Deadline for entry is Monday Junc 25. Contact 352-7430 The Jaycee sponsored pageant will be held Saturday 352-7545352-7551 or 352-6100 for information on entering. fl Savings Tips on electric air conditioning 1. Set Thermostat on 78 or higher. 2. Have equipment checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 3. Check filter every 30 days. Clean or replace. 4. Proper home Insulation keeps heat out cuts energy use. 5. Weatherstrip doors and windows. Caulk cracks. 6. Keep windows closed. Open outside doors as little as possible. a TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying Investor-owned electric utili...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

Sge 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 28 1979 A representative from Dob Bullock's State Comptroller's Dclton Held office will be in the Williamson County Tax Assessor's office located in Public Service Announcement the courthouse in there to assist busincsspcoplc Georgetown on Friday June with sales tax applications 29 1979 between the hours of and returns and to answer 9:00A.M.andll:30A.M. any questions that may have The representative will be arisen. Corn Festival Appreciation Party Certification Deadline Set HOLLAND FOOD MART WASHERTERIA SPECIAL OF THE WEEK! JCoke Sprite 12 oz. Can Hot Only $1.29 SPECIAL GOOD JUNE 28 July 4 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 STORE WASHERTERIA Monday-Saturday 6:30a.m.-10:00p.m. 6:30a.m.-9:30p.m. Sunday 8:00a.m.-10:00p.m. 8:00a.m.-9:30p.m. LONGER STORE HOURS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE HOLLAND TEXAS IF YOUR AIR CONDITIONE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

3 w 15 '.' (riiI . 'JMMBMBBBMMMBH'' "'' 'MkBBBBBBBBMHBB Jn'. . '.'-'Li'wJ . I a I a 1 I J I J b r' "'"T'CP'-'JB I I jii; M I I Shi 1m I f I "1 I V-" 'Jr-"k -T'htJ I I 'B MM"-3 'iflflflflflfl IT ' h. n. 1 I I I l B hW""1.'JA'XilI.y iW. I ftt Hmo(h n HH iiIIB H I i BF 'y - j1 j II i i i i i i. Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune I'rogrw will nol be responsible for mnre lhan one In- correct Insertion ANTENNA SALES and INSTALLATION - Call Doug Thaler Western Auto Dartlctt 527-3848. tf SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Still in warranty. Western Auto Dartlctt. tf-chg. SALE Holland Drug Store Holland Texas; Friday and Saturday June 20 and 30th; 8 to 5 p.m. All mer- chandise gifts school t supplies. 0-28-79 JOHNSON TIRE Call us for all sizos of farm tractor & imlpo- mont tiros & tubos. 352-3321 FM13313M.E.Hwy.95 For your Lifo Insuranco SEE Clifton Martine...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 28 June 1979

pge 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday June 28 1979 f News From Will O' Bell ) I - By Mrs. Patricia Williams ' Guests of Thco. Bcthke Dolly and Tommy Latham were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin of Dallas visited Frieda Glascr of Cameron Mrs. Otto Stabeno and Ruby Starke. Buro of Marlin Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kurtz of Rosenburg Ronald and Carol Pekar of Lydia Hcntschcl and Scott Mcsqultc visited Louis and Dallcnc Spinks of Vic- Zclcncvitz. toria. Mrs Bruce Townsend of Visitors of Cecil Satterf ield Waco visited Carrie Tittle. were Margaret Atkins of Sweetwater and Marvin Wilson of Odessa. Visiting Sarah Brewster were Cecil Blaschke and Jo AnnMinkusofKylc. Oulda N. Staugcr of Amnrillo visited Jennie White. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stabeno of Waco visited Frieda Stabeno. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hardy of Waco visited Mattie Stockton. Mrs. Flecl Herrara and family of Austin visited MclchorMcsa. Guests of Delia Shannon were Ruth Caesar of Thorn- Louis Zelcnevitz Is now a dale Laura Hamilton of resident of Will 0' Bell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

'd I - pewky Ronnlq r1 J teartictt tx 765ii 'Y TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlctt & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday July 5 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 38 18 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1124 FIFTEEN CENTS Southwestern Bell Asks 6.09 Rate Increase Southwestern Bell Telephone Company has asked the Public Utility Commission for ' $145.2 million In new Texas rates. However In documents supporting the request the company emphasized that Its actual revenue need Is $242.9 million. The $145.2 million request Is In line with President Carter's anti-inflation guidelines which are endorsed by Southwestern Bell said Doyle E. Rogers the company's vice president for Texas. "The need Is clear for $242.9 million In new rates" Rogers said. "All the facts support an Increase of that amount." "However" he pointed out "we are committed to meet the president's guidelines on price Increases. Consequently we're asking the Commission to approve only $145.2 million." The $1.45.2 million would provide an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

t "' ' I I I SZirpj m i TT ' - f News From Will O' BeU A) llvMw. Pnlrlcln William.. I Hy Mrs. Patricia Williams- Living and Ralph Via of Buchanan Dam. Pago 2Thursday July 5 1979 Guests of Mclchor Mesa were Gloria Ccrda and family of Fresno Calif. Mary Hcrrcra and family of Austin Mr. and Mrs. Raul Merd of Ft. Worth and Mr. and Mrs. David Casas of Houston. Visitors of Lydia Bischoff were Don Dlllye Lisa and Mlchclc Adams of San Diego Calif. Donald and Judy Hanks and family of Alia Loma Oscar Hanks of Webster and Tricia Bruce and Kim Hanks of Houston. Bill and Thclma Caesar of Thrall visited Delia Shannon. Visiting Bertha Guenzel were Butch and Dcbra Moore of Temple and Benjl and Bradley Hill of Round Rock. Guests of Mattic Stockton were Mrs. Autrey Bridges of Sonora Mrs. Dorthy Baker of Sonora and Mrs. Lee Jonson and Mozcllc Hardy of Waco. Visitors of Homer Holdcn were Alice Hairc of Houston IMPORTANT NOTICE More Money For You With INCREASED INTEREST On Savings Accounts 514 Effective...

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

M Tribunc-Progrcss Thursday July 5 1979 Pagts The Bartlctt Chamber Of Commerce Is Proud To Have The J E. Moore Produced TEXAS OPERAIAND IN BARTLETT We encourage residents of Bartlett and the surrounding areas to attend the three Operaland performances (12:30 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.) Saturday July 7. i w pJBjFPJBJBJfllBJpr PJBJHpQ ?ejjw aJBJBJBJBJBJBJffiM'VI flfcH . -- - to) tHHHHHHHBBHHBnV!iMHMHHHHMPVUHKlVIHnRRilHIKZr''nQir TlfKI Miss Tantillo Shower Honoree Miss Tonyc Tantillo bride- elect of Jnmes A. Mcrtz was honored with a miscellaneous bridal tea Tuesday night June 2G at the American Legion Hall In Bartlctt. Decorations for the oc- casion were In peach the bride-elects chosen color. Guests were registered at a table enhanced with a bride's bouquet of peach and white flowers entwined with peach ribbons. Special guests were Mrs. T. A Moslcy mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. Jerome Mertz mother of the prospective bridegroom; and the grandmothers of the engaged couple In attendance were M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

Pag 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 5 1979 H Trib All opinions and viewpoint In tne Tribune Progreit do not ntttrlly reprttent thctdltorlaleplnlonsolthli newspaper PubllMieflweekl In Oartlett Teal 74VS11 by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Teas Second class postage paid at Oartlett Teas 74511 STAFFMEMBCRS Mrs Oorothy JeanBartlett Mrs Vicky Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortel Mrs Riley Bailey Subscription Rates t4 SO per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties ts per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellecllon upon the character or reputation ol any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster II undellverable. send Form 357? to Tribune Progress Oartlett Teas7Sll mm Circleville Philosopher r. .--. -s a Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his johnsnngrass farm on the San Gabriel apparently has his eye on Sky lab this cek. Dear editor: Most of us know so lit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

Bartlett Softball News pl The Tribunc-Progressl YTwelve-Team Softball Tourney This Weekend Local Team Scores THUUSDAY.JUNE28 STKANGIiHS 14 DUDES 4 STHANGEHS 14 DUDES 3 pwrvmvn from the 1 oressbox I L By RED LAKELAND aJ TOMMY JOHN LIKES AMERICAN LEAGUE Tommy John the Now York Yankee mound nee says ho would hnvo fewer victories this season if ho still wero pitching in the National League. John who went to the Yankees from Los Angeles as a frco agent between seasons crodits the American Leaguo's dcsignatcd-hltt-or rule with keeping him in games instead of being yanked for a pinch hitter. John said ho selected the Yankees from among 12 teams seeking his Ser- vians even though the of- fer wasn't second bc3t. "Atlanta made mo the best offer by at least S500.000" ho said. "I nar- rowed tho list down to five clubs: Cincinnati Reds St. Louis Cardinals Kansas City Royals Milwaukee Brewers and Yankees." But what sold him on New York was its defensive in- field tho run-scoring cap- abilities of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

-nKlM i i'i'i'i'ii'i" ' '-'."-ftil-JJ.'y.ffW SSHSSSWH f WiPfWWWiiPiPWWiiiWWfPiPPWWPIiPPPiiWPWWiiW ? fP " " ?vf " w T7""y7 mr wr .IA' Ui & ? i m p -i . R Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 5 1979 Soybean Yield Contest Announced COLLEGE STATION -Soybean producers once again have an opportunity to compete for top honors in the Texas Soybean Yield Con- test. The 1979 contest Is being sponsored by the Texas Soybean Association and Elanco Products Company in conjunction with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service announces It. J. Hodges Extension agronomist. "The contest Is designed ns an educational tool to stimulate interest in soybean production" notes Hodges. "Benefits include the development of worthwhile cultural information cooperation within the in- dustry to increase production efficiency and recognition of individuals who achieve superior yields." Interested producers should contact their county Extension agent for contest rules and entry forms points out the agronomist...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

-. yv w y - v' vv w yf r- fw'r r w r Vr r r ffffrr -T1'' ' ' Probable Causes Of Employee Absenteeism COLLEGE STATION -With high labor costs a major concern to managers in all segments of the agricultural y Industry special attention should be given to employee absenteeism. Kenneth Wolf agribusiness economist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service Texas A&M University System urges managers to study ab- senteeism to Improve the use of their labor resources. "Company studies Indicate absenteeism is directly related to managers' supervisory practices" points out Wolf. "Supervisor- employee tensions may cause the employee to call In sick. The employee sometimes uses his sickness to 'punish' his boss for depriving him of his services OSCAR'S MOTOR CLINIC AND AUTO SUPPLY Your One-Stop Safety Check MuHlor Tailpipes Headlights and Bulbs Windshield Wiper Blados and Arms Brako Shoos and Brako Parts. Vehicle Inspection Station No. 986 Bnrtlett's Independent Garage Since 1950 604 East...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

mmmmmmmmmm Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 5 1979 f 4HKMtMM"MoM Church Calendar S&r.- r 5Sft3r . r 91 Ik.-i Rich beyond measure A parable is told about a rccd flute that was passed down from the time of Moses. Though crudely made the Instrument pro- duced beautiful music that blessed worshippers for gen- erations. But the priests decided such an heirloom should be decorated with fine gold to reflect the majesty of its This series of church ads is sponsored by the undersigned business institutions and Holland and Bartlett churches in the interest of better church attendance. They invite you to attend the church of your choice on Sunday the church needs you; you need the church: Holland Realty Holland C. F. Hill Grain Co. Bnrtlctt First National Bank Holland Hill Ford Inc. Bartlett The Silver Spur Holland Saage & Associates Bartlett Texas Power & Light Holland St. John Lutheran Church Bartlett Hill Grain Company Holland Schwertner State Bank ofSchwertner Don't f II1H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 5 July 1979

. vVyVv '' r r " ' r fr-ir- r I I I I I i I i Lej) IK. lfcVT-g IllM i i lllllBMMBIIr' U " r'IrK TIMll IHr i JBmWMIMMMI ''I" II"1' MBBsLWHWBM P. - 3raH2Sr f T II JHBfeAfeW T . V 'i' ' hiBm HI 1 1 and Vhm HI I HI HHP"jitiA iu"'.'.Vl I I "aW ";.: vw flB 1 I Tk I i I i I P-A'? t-"B I L i I- - ir 'MHiHnVHHHH ;HiBHb"JB1 Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per n d. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In correct Insertion ANTENNA SALES and INSTALLATION - Call Doug Thaler Western Auto Bartlctl 527-3848. tf SAVE $150.00 on our best 19" Color Portable TV with remote control. Still in warranty. Western Auto . Bartlctt. tf-chg. FOR SALE: 53 acre farm between Bartlctt and Granger joining Hwy. 95. One of the few small farms left for sale. Willie Hobcrtson Real Estate Bartlctt 527-3322. 7-19-79-pd. JOHNSON TIRE. Call us for all sizos of farm tractor & imlpo- mont tiros & tubes. 352-3321 FM1...

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

- S "" W N JfVs V v V V V v V y f V W- Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday July 5 1979 ' f V V V BnV'BBfl Bj1BJl CRISWJEUL PREDICTS MODE OP DRESS I predict a now political power in Canada through tho now Prime Minister Joe Clark who will help create a new mode of dress for tho male inhabitants! Major change: Huttonless shirts and jackets! This will take over tho old imago of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeaul Women will also undergo a change by wearing long skirts just below the kneo with a split above the thigh! This fashion will also bo quite popular in America and northern Europe! TELEPHONE TELEVISION - I predict that tele- phono television will be a common actuality before the end of 1981 where you may telecast from your tele- phone on a two-way circuit as easily as your direct long distance dialing! We of tho 20th Century take every- thing for granted and even expect the impossible which takes just a little bit longerl WELL KEPT SECRET I predict that tho very well kept secret ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS h Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday July 12 1979 Volume 92 number 39 18 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS Holland Council Discusses Budget By RONNIE PEKSKY In a busy council session Tuesday night Holland City Council members hnd n preliminary discussion on the proposed budget for the next fiscal year set n flat rate for pickup of brush and other bulky garbage and briefly discussed need for a law officer in the city. The proposed budget in- dicates a planned increase In total expenses of almost 20 going from $(57600 to $104875. Total revenues meanwhile arc expected to increase only about 5 from $100400 to $112015 which is less than the current inflation rate despite a proposed increase In water and sewer rates. The major Increases In expenses are expected to be an increased cost for water and an increase in the amount spent for gas and oil Action on the budget was tabled until the next meeting to allow council members time to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday July 12 1979 Pages MRS. ALLEN ICET Carol Friedrich Allen Icet Echange Wedding Vows The sanclunry of Faith American Lutheran Church In Bcllalrc was the setting recently for the marriage of Miss Carol Gayc Friedrlch and Allen Wayne Icet. Following the ceremony guests enjoyed a reception buffet which was served In the Douglas Plantation Home Missouri City and featured the bride's favorite hors d'oeuvrcs. The Rev. Alfred Docrflcr presented the Biblical basis of marriage and meditation and the Rev. Walter C. Probst grandfather of the bride performed the double ring ceremony in a setting of coach and spiral candelabra and a profusion of greenery and multi-colored summer blossoms. Mr. Douglas Felt organist and Mr. Robert Blake soloist provided the nuptial music. Parents of the couple arc Dr. and Mrs. Major L. Friedrich of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Icet of Pasadena Given In marriage by her father the bride selected a gown of organza the Bodice enhanced In sca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 July 1979

Bartlett Softball News ffcLocal Team v. Scores f:' Thursday July 5 V "' Strangers 22 ' ' Lakers 5 Strangers 15 Mnkc-UpTcniii 10 $ .'.Tuesday July 10 ?&'' - Strangers 15 ' Lakers 12 '.til'" mm:--r-mmjmr- -n?7v-TMi;7f?icu m j .-f '-. '-riBf - x-L&jimteizr MANUEL GAHCIA manager and player for the Bartlett Lobos is seen touching home plate after he hit a home run. His team lost the game Saturday morning tothc Rangers 12-11. The Lobos led 11-G in the last inning but were unable to keep the lead. .SMf'MCaK ' rL bbbbbbbbbbbbbbk Byir'.'-jB' Mil. THOMAS playing for the Bartlett Dudes hits a single up center field against the Bartlett Lakers. The Laker managers and bat boy look on in the background. The Lakers won the game Saturday morning 20-11 against the Dudes. GARLAND H. WOLBRUECK & SONS GARLAND RANDY TERRY & TIM 4 W's Mobile Repair Service CALL 817-527-4275 TIRE SERVICE DIESEL TRACTORS AND WELDING MOBIL 8 CB CHANNEL KYK 409? Public Notice Notice Is hereby given that a pub...

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