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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 11 September 1975

THURSDAYt SEPTEMBER 11, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 ? WESSELS SUPERETTE SPECIALS FOR SEPT 11, 12, 13 FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice • 4/95 Frosty Acres Crinkle Cut 1 POTATOES -oz 491 ORANGE JUICE 6 69< ORANGE DRINK •«<«. 69< 55< 61 ORCHARD Frosty Acres Mixed VEGETABLES I ——" •1"" 1 y f% MAT A 111 I f C I Sliced Beef, Salisbury Steak, Meat Loaf ■ V/ IV1 I %l W I V* £ I MORTONS DINNERS 41c ^IM TOOTH PASTE 79< RENOWN 46 OZ. REG. $1.06 Each Bush's Best Butter BEANS '" 4 for $1.00 ROSEDALE SWEET PEAS 303 3 for 89< Bush's Best Spanish RICE 300S" 2 for 49< SHOW BOAT 300 SIZE SPAGHETTI4 for 89< Tide's In... Dirt's Out TIDE GIANT SIZE 1 19 ! SALAD DRESSING 32 OZ. 770 1 POUND <3lbjjimperial 77 margarine MARGARINE MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE ALL GRINDS 1 POUND 4:^ NAPKINS CORONET 18 0 Count 49< ALUMINUM I 2 i n 25ft. FOIL 3 for 89< CRACKERS FIRESIDE 1 LB. 49< GLADIOLA / FLOUR SAUCE POUNDS HEINZ 57 STEAK Buy 1 At Reg. Price, Get 1 Free 10 OZ $1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 11 September 1975

THE BASTROP AIILJ, bi'il IHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1975 Smithville 21 Elgin 6 Bellville 21 La Grange 12 Hays. Cons. SA Cole 6 32 East Bernard 14 Bastrop 28 Weimar 0 Lockhart 14 Luling 7 Karnes City 6 Schulenburg 27 Hallettsville 0 Caldwell 6 Giddings 0 Tigers Win Season Opener GOOD DEM TIME OTf Ife&adfe Used tku buy with confidence here 1972 MAVERICK 4 Dr Sedan. 6 cyl , Fully Equipped, Very Clean 1971 VEGA 2 Dr Hatch Back. Fully Equipped, Clean 1973 CHEVROLET MALIBU 4 Dr Sedan Fully Equipped Clean 1973 P0NT1AC CATALINA 4 Dr Sedan Fullv Equipped 1969 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning 1972 FORD GRAN TORINO 2 Dr . Fully Equipped 1973 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 Dr , Fully Equipped 1972 OLDS CUTLASS 2 Dr HT Fully Equipped. 350 V-8. Clean 1970 FORD LTD, Very Clean, Fully Equipped 1969 BUICK LA SABRE 4 Dr Sedan 1966 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr Good Transportation Trucks 1969 CHEVROLET 1/2 Ton P U 6 Cyl Std LWB-Nice 1970 CHEVROLET 1/2 Ton PU LWB Rh AC, PS, P...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 11 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS "/o957 PAGE 9 HOME ©IP SMITHVILLE TIGERS VS. The MANOR MUSTANGS Barry Field in Smithville I Friday, Sept. 12 8 p.m. following businesses and merchants are urging the Tigers on to victory: Quality Chevrolet - Buick Co. ifk) i' Third Phone 23" 2115 V.acek Pharmacy 206 Mil in Phone 237-2.164 Feeder Supply W 2nd & Ramono Phone 237-2420 Saunders Ins. Agency Builders Supply 704 K Third 305 Main Phone 237-2402 Phone 237 2565 Smithville Smith Food Lockers Pharmacy 305 Royston 219 Mam Phone 237-2438 Phone 237 2211 Clarence s Marrs & Deans Refrigeration Florist & Electric 106 Olive 205 E 2nd Phone 237-2156 Phone 237 2425 Western Auto 217 Main 237-2428 Shirocky s Grocery 314 Mam Phone 237 2423 J SCOREBOARD | I Smithville 21 Elgin 6 I United Food Store 207 Main v Phone 237 2480 Side Track 232 McSweeney Phone 237-3666 Tex-Print Corp. 205 F Third Phone 237-3566 Bastrop County Times 205 E Third Phone 237-2461 Firs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 11 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1975 THE BASTROP Umi u-mj, biilllVlLU, TEXAS 78957 A Special Weekly Service From The Bastrop County Times m Supermarket v Business Meat Plays Key Role I i COLLEGE ST ATION-A1- though supermarkets realize higher profit margins from items other than meat, meat does play a key role in the supermarket's overall bu- siness. "Consumers probably think that supermarkets are getting rich from meat sales but that's not the case," points out Dr. William Vastine, marketing and food distribution special- ist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service "On the contrary, many meat depart- ments in supermarkets oper- ate at or near break-even, and more often than retailers realize, meats may even lose money " Then why all the emphasis on meat sales and meat pro- motion? "The meat department of a supermarket makes a big contribution total profits and operations by attracting and keeping customers," em- phasizes the Texas A&M Uni- versity specialist. "Consum- ers place hi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 11 September 1975

PWtr THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS -78957 PAGE 11 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SftTIOIl FOR SALE FOR SALE Automotive FOR SALE - New and useo butane systems Phone 237-2521 tic Fancy Cakes Will bake for birthdays, anniversary's awl other occasions Call Barbara Michna - 839-4370 - itosanky - after 6 00 n m LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builder;! Supply Co ., phone 237-2402, P 0. Bo* 509, Smithville. Texas 78957 28-tfc FOR SALE - New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc SALE! SALE! Do you have to move-7 Call us Bastrop Moving A Storage Phone #512-321- 2559 after 5PM Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14 - tfc SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center, repair service New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners Author- tied Singer Dealer, 1108 East T.ivis, La Grange, 1972 Mercury Comet 2 Dr Auto Transmission Air Cond Good Condition Call 237-2279 after 5:00 37-ltc Santa Gertrudis Bulls All Ages. See I H Webb Ifc Pure Grain Tes...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 11 September 1975

sw1*' PAGE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 197b 1 v 5 rmHi ■■ * • 6s Efc CUSTOMER SERVICE Leon-Olen-Ernest HOURS: Open Til 10:00 Monday Saturday \ ■ £ s •' i« S k " ll >4 5 r it ^ £irs ;v H V 1t< I* r TWf\ :ll *4 m si ,T*' % W M 'I,*- 'i ;h*'J m mm m # •* 4-M& m' OFFICE Marsha-Lloyd ym mf Wwfit ? ■m mm Wm Kp'\ ' A COMING SOON: Free Barbeque, Beer, Live Music- Watch The Times For Details. SECURITY FORCE Duke Dixie Mobile Homes Bonded Hwy 71 At The Airport Phone 237-2487 Bonded Ml*

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

irof- :F, UlC. NhWS COUNTY ULATION COM Ml SERVICE % 11 as tr op Qlolmtu (times THIS WEEK IN SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY (Liu1 dimes. Lent: History Paw t Smithvillc H S. Election Paw Football Contest Paw V V- Fifteen Cents VOL 34. NUMBER 38 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY •PTEMBER 18 1975 \ i HI WESSEL S EXPANDS Times Photo Work resumed last week on this 42,000 square foot addition to Wesaels Superette in Smithville The added floor space will be utilized primarily to expand the food store's meat market and cookware departments, Store owp.sr, Horner Wessels, expects exterior construction to be completed by the end of September and the area to be in use by early November. On Special Education SISD Conforms To State Policy A new policy statement on Special Education was adopted by the Smithville Independent School District at the Monday night meeting of th* Board of Trustees The new policy con forms to recently passed State and F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

mm* PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER18, 1975 If inions rAM UMl *"— I' Turning The Tables place in the near future. Superintendent Mabe was directed by the Board to close the Sam Houston Elementary audtitorium to High School Pep Rallys. The Board cited fire and safety hazards to the children as the basis for their request If you are in the utilities business, you operate in a way vastly different from any other business In fact it can hardly be called a business, in the normal sense Instead of being concerned with profit and loss and supply and demand, utilities go by only one rule whoever the market will bear Last week the market in Smithville told one utilities company that the town had taken all that it would bear 1 have heard some criticism that Smithville's Mayor Crawford was not a very strong mayor Well, with the help of that city s council members, Crawford was too strong for Southwestern Bell As reported last week, the action got a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

■ M THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1975 THK BASTROP COUNTY TIM US. SMITHVILLL, TEXAS 78957 Family Ship Voyage Imperiled from Page I a number of these poor Palatines. The Queen assumed the expenses of their trans- portation and made a donation of 4,000 pounds for their benefit, while the Committee of Lords supervised the agreement with the proprietors and inspected the vessels. Before the final embarkation, six hundred of the most robust of the Palatines were selected by De Graffenried, who placed them under the direction of Christopher Gale, John Lawson and a third assondale; acd ample provisions being made for their sustenance. At length, in January, 1710, after religious services by their pastor and other devotionals of interest, the two transports sailed from Gravesmed, ac- companied by a squadrou of naval vessels, commanded by an admiral. Hardly had the voyage begun before storms arose and im- periled the progress of the vessels, and the voyage was protracted to more than three months....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

PAGE 4 At Masonic Temple Papers To Be Presented W J Nixon Lodge will host the Texas Lodge of Research on Saturday. September 20. 1975 at the Masonic Tetnplein Smithville Texas Lodge of Research is a state-wide Masonic body de voted to research and writing in Masonic history and philosophy Worshipful Master is Dr. George H T. French of Houston Kirtlev News ✓ By Mrs. W. R, Urner Rainfall Rainfall at Kirtley during the past week varied from about 2 8 to 4.5 inches The Albert Richards ranch had 4 5 inches. Return Home From Trip Mr and Mrs Frank Haynie and their son Clark Haynie of Houston spent about two weeks in New Bedford, Massachu- setts with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pine They went from Houston and returned to Hous- ton by plane They and Mr and Mrs Pine did quite a bit of sightseeing in Massachusetts and Rhode Island Mr and Mrs Pine brought them as for as Washington D C. on their trip home where they spent two days They visited the Nation- al Capitol and va...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

#T . * it* THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1975 Former SHS Student THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLL. TEXAS 78957 Owens Established Doctor Dr E A. Ownes, son of tiu late Dr. and Mrs C C. Ownes of Smithville, lias established himself as one of the leading citizens of Lawton, Oklahoma. A member of the American Medical Association, Okla homa State Medical Associa- tion. National Medical As- sociation and thirteen year member of the Oklahoma State Board of Health, Dr. Ownes was recently api>oinled by Governor Boren for another nine years on the board He was one of the first members of the Cerebral Palsy Board and holds membership in the YMC'A, USO, NAACP and serves as a trustee of Barnett Chapel. He is also the only black physician in Lawton, Oklahoma. Owens' father, Dr C < Owens, started his medical career in South Carolina Soon after moving Oklahoma in 1910, he met and married his wife, Mary, a school teacher The Tiger Band Boosters To Have Bake Sale The Smithville Tiger Band Boosters...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

I PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78951 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 197', BRING IT DOWN SPECIALS GOOD SEPT. 18, 19, 20 RIGHT GUARD BRONZE WESSELS DEODORANT 13 OZ. V* SAUE//7^WHEN YOU BUY A I / LB. CAN of * FOLGER'S COFFEE | TRELLIS EARLY JUNE PEAS NIBLETS Whole Kernel 303 4/ l KRAUT ROTEL 300 >*< 4 % m. CORN 3/n A # SPECIAL PRICE X 4/®l| 21/1 CAN ;>*< PEACHES 2/*l BARONET SLICED WITH THIS COUPOK $1.09 I >:< # Lea A Perrins W o rc h este rs h i re 10 OZ KRAFT VELVEETA 2 LBS. SAUCE 79 CHEESE 189 HKKORY SMOKED BACON "" COtO CUTS RATH WEiNERS ALL MEAT OR PURE BEEF 12 OZ 75 RATH SALAMI gf^RATH LUNCHEON MEAT POUND Sf09 POUND $ "J 09 HUDSON - Jumbo Roll VALUABLE COUPON G*. HI... - 2 67 Pf R CUSTOMER WITH THIS COUPON Redeemable only .->t W esse Is Supereffe H«- • 7 8< MRS TUCKERS 3 POUND CAN RATH BOLOGNA, BEEF B0L0GNA(oJ1" RATH PEPPER LOAF (NEW ITEM) 6 OZ. 89 SHORTENING GIANT SIZE ,M O"*™ v . ICE CREAM Blue Bell Gold Rim ft Gal ICECREAM st5' Blue Bell ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PACE BHS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Times Photos Bastrop High School Junior Class Officer: Penelope Jones Standing is IXmaUl Barron BUS Juniors Hoid Class Elections Class elections for the 1975-76 Junior class of Bastrop High School were held Tuesday, September 2nd In the high school gym Mark Walked class president, presided over the meeting Following the minutes and treasurer's report from last year, the election was carried out The following studehts were elected Donald Barron, president, Jim Kuhn vice president, Penelope Jones, treasurer and Frances Gonzales. secretary-report- er The Juniors will have a busy year in effort to sponsor the 1976 Junior-Senior Prom Plans are already made for the occsssioo Presently they are busv with the concession stand every Thursday night for the Junior High and Junior Varsity football games It is sure to be a hard working, but prosperous year for the Juniors at Bastrop High...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

I PAGE 8 THE BASTHOP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS' 78957 THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1975 Manor 18 Smithville 6 West lake 10 Bastrop 6 Hays Cons. 14 Marble Falls 6 Weimar 18 Schulenburg 6 Luling 20 Gonzales 20 La Grange 7 Lockhart 6 Elgin 6 Giddings 0 Manor Outsloshes Tigers, 18-6 ONE MORE FUMBLE Times Photo Ca Hag ha n Savs Tigers Termed "Overconfident,, by Charlie Callaghan SMITHVILLE - I don't know which occurred the most often, the rain, the blocked punts or the Manor defensive stunts Whichever it was, the Tigers played like they were unaware of the consequences of care- lessness. poor play and over- cwsfidence. This is not to deny the Mustangs their just accolades because they earned their victory with their superior effort and desire. 1 hope the Tigers will not look for ex- cuses for this, but will try to learn from it and get ready for another tough game. The Schulenburg Short- horns, the regular class A tough guy in this area, are rated high again this year They will be tryin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

. m uvjo. -wi , liiC* THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1975 —— THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE TEXAS 78957 PAGE Follow the Tigers to Schulenburg as they meet the state ranked Shorthorns. SMITHVILLE TIGERS vs. SCHULENBURG SHORTHORNS in Schulenburg Friday, Sept. 19 8 p.m. The following businesses and merchants are urging the Tigers on to victory: M Quality Chevrolet- Buick Co. 300 E Third Phone 237-2115 Vacek Pharmacy 206 Main Phone 237-2364 feeder Supply W 2nd It Ha mom Phone 237-2420 First State Bank 201 Main Phone 237-3222 Saunders Ins. Agency Builders Supply 704 F.. Third 305 Main Phone 237-2402 Phone 237-2565 Smithville Smith Food Lockers Pharmacy 305 Royston 219 Main Phone 237-2438 Phone 237-2211 Clarence s Marrs & Deans Refrigeration Florist & Electric 106 Olive 205 FI 2nd Phone 237-2156 Phone 237-2425 Marhil E. O. Sharp Manufacturing Butane Co. 113 West 2nd 304 West Third Phone 237-3212 Phone 237-2521 Western Auto 217 Main 237-2428 Shirocky s Grocery 314 Main Phone 237-242...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

§8§#f PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMFrtVlLLE, TEXAS 789">7 THURSt)AY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1975 A Special Weekly Service from 1 he Bastrop County I imes I i p.. Ford Urged To Call Off Grain Sales To Russia WACO- The president of the Texas Farm Bureau has urged President Ford to call off his moratorium on grain sales to Russia. Carrol Chaloupka of Dalbart said the ban on grain sales is a serious blow to agriculture Eitension of the moratorium until mid-October was an- nounced by the President fol- lowing a meeting with George Meany, head of the AFL-CIO. "Farmers resent being used as pawns in a political chess game," the grain and livestock farmer said "When agricultural markets are in- volved, we feel you should con- sult farmers, not the AFL- CIO. Labor union leaders do not feed this nation--farmers and ranchers do." Chaloupka said farmers had responded with bumper crops to the government's request for all-out agricultural pro- duction to help fight inflation and earn dollars abro...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

■ ■ ■ ■ • • . 1 mm tm * *to*i * U4 # r c . THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES •PAGE II FOR SALE FOR SALE - New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tie fancy Cakes Will bake /or birthdays, anniversary's and other occasions Call Barbara Michna 839-4370 Rosanky after 6 00 p m LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co , phone 237-2402, P.Q Box 509, Smithvllle, Texas 78957 FOR SALE - New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfr Do you have to move? Call us Bastrop Moving I Storage Phone *512 321- 2559 after 5 P M Call 321-2425 or 237 2521 ^^^^^^14-tfc SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center, repair service New ami used sewing machines ami vacuum cleaners Author- ised Singer Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Teias 713-968-5923 6-tfc 15' Fiber Glass Boat with 25 HP Eviaruoe Runs good-Full Controls 14 Alum Quachita Flat Bot- tom-Call 237-2507 38-lip FOR SALF New and u.mM' butane syst...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 September 1975

P AGE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78057 OBITUARIES HEINTSC HEL Wilbur E Heintschel,age 61. of 103 Garwood, Smithville, Texas, passed away Monday, September 8. 1975 at the Bastrop Memorial Hospital Mr Heinschel was born In Fayette County, Texas He was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church Survtvors Include his mother, Mrs Isolde Heintschel of Smithville two brothers Jack G Heintschel of Houston, William H Heintschel of Baytown; one sister Mrs Allene Stroup of Eldrod, Pennsylvania Services were held Wednes- day, September 10, 1975 at 3:00 p.m. at Marrs-Jones Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev Dr L. J Fitch officiating Pallbearers were Jack Heintschel, Jr . Eddie W Heintschel, Morris Heintschel, George Anderson. George Pruess, and Henry Perkins Interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery (Marrs-Jones Funeral Home, Smithville.) DEMING Daniel John Deming, infant son of Mr and Mrs. John Deming, of 1032 Wilkes Circle Smithville, Texas, died Tues day, September 9, 1975 at Bastrop Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

gifapwiil A THIS WEEK IN tTbe tEimi £5: ENC EPHAI1 LIS PAGE 1 TIGERS AND BEARS Wl\ PA GES fUk'l ROCKNE ENDURO PAGE i0 GHOSL S(JUAI)RO\ PAGE i j Fifteen Cents V J SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BA STROP COUNTY HlorofXln Cente F, 0* Beat io436 r, uic, (Elu> VOL M, NUMBER 39 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1975 jgjif , t *• > T'i\ Encephalitis Hits County An eleven year old Bastrop youth is recovering in an Austin hospital from a case of encephalitis, or "sleeping sickness " Reggie Lincoln vas taken to Bastrop Hospital early Thurs- day noming last week when his grandmother awoke to find him in a coma, "He couldn't speak and his eyes were rolling in his head," reported Mrs. Vanille Martin, the boy's grandmother The child was at Bastrop Hospital until around 7. 30 a m when it was decided to transfer him to Seton Medical Center in Austin. After arriving at the hospital by ambulance, Reggie was placed in the intensive care unit t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

\ •• \ ' \ ^ pAGt: 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 ' 3llllllllllllllll(!IIISIIIlillllllllllllllltlllllillllllllllltllllllijllilllllllllllMfllilllllfllllllllltllltllllllltlllliillllflllllll!!llllllillllllttlllllllllllllllllHllllllltlllllllllllilillllllliltllllllllltllllllllllllllHHII j THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 197S Opinions mmmsgmmimmmm j—i Who 's The Hem' 1 mmr ...Pssssst, my bullet-proof vest is killing me! But for the actions of one mail I might well t>e sitting down to write a eulogy for President Gerald Ford. For the second time in only 17 days some idiot has gotten the idea thaty they have the right, not only to take a human life, but to take away our right to decide who governs us Has it really gotten to the point where the President of the United States, already trussed in a bullet-proof vest, has to bob and weave on the way to his car in order to avoid a hail of assasin's bullets? When something like this happens it is necessary to scramble about lookin...

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