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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 167b THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLt TEXAS 78957 PAGE 3 Lentz Heritage Passed On ASHLEY R. LENTZ 1826-1906 Recreation Hall To Open Soon from Page I their marriage they were very happy. They worked hard at farm- ing, cattle raising, etc. Gabe served on juries, took U.S. Census in 1900, and was ap- pointed RED Mail Carrier in 1903 Although thev had several misfortunes and losses, they didn't despair, but kept work- ing until they accumulated lands, cattle and a nice home They raised a large family of children to be honest respect - able citizen's; as well as christian men and women Their children took their place in society and the world; each in his own vocation- school teachers, Postal work ers, railroad engineers, at- torneys, chief of police, nurses, seamstress and housewives Each raising families of noble children to follow in the tradition and pattern of those gone before them Walter H Lentz, son of Martha and Gabe Lentz serv ed in the U.S. Navy in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 789r>7 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, l#75 Mrs. Rente Blaschke Receives Letter Of Thanks Mrs Renee Buschke has received a letter from Deputy Special Assistant to the Pre- sident Milton E Mitler thank- ing her for the Bicentennial Spike given to the President by the Smithville Bicentennial Commission This summer. Ken and Re- nee Blaschke and their child- visited our nation's capitol In the course of their visit, Mrs. Blaschke. Chairman of the Smithville Bicentennial Com- mission, attempted to present the Bicentennial Spike to Pre- sident Ford in person The President, however, was pre- paring to leave on a trip. and the spike, commemorating Smithville's Bicentennial ef- fort, was left with Mitler for later presentation to the Pre- sident The letter reads: "Dear Mrs. Blaschke: On behalf of President Ford, ! would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your thoughtfulness in leaving the Bicentennial gifts from Smithville Bicentennia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

SS*# THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 I 1 I I il«J I Ited B net the I r to I '•JO: I res tn |hi(th .000 k**r.s ■to or ir# I at t ] k i I Cancer Society To Have Meeting SMITHVILLE - The newly foi tried Smitlmlle Unit of the American Cancer Society will have its initial meeting on Thursday, September 25, at 7:30 p m. at the City Council room in City Hall. District officers who will be In attendance include Billy Evans of Taylor, District Director; Mrs. Vallon Hanna of Bastrop, and the Rev Orion Lewis of Smithville, Crusade Vice-Chairman for District 7. During the summer a group of citizens formed the cancer unit here, adopted by laws, and elected a slate of officers and board of directors for the coming year. Smithville form- ed the first cancer unit in the county some 25 years ago, ac- cording to Mrs Mae Evans and Mrs MaggieGuyton, who have worked continuously with the program since. Later the unit Joined the Bastrop County Cancer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

thurs ■t. V WESSELS SUPERETTE +1 LOW PRICE 303 303 |g|FRUIT COCKTAIL Ak CUT WAX BEAIMS NS CREAM STYLE CORN 3/$1 W.\ VitobU' \M 2/790 2/750 INVtAM nonfat dry Mil* ntmnib wi"1 THURSDAY, SEPTfcMBhK 25, 1975 CARNATION INSTANT MILK 8 QUART 79 ^S|SLICED CARROTS " 3/790 I i^lj ^ssssff POTTED MEAT APRICOT, PEACH, 3 OZ 5/$1.00 12 OZ 4 for $1.00 PEAR NECTAR SPECIALS FOR SEPT. 25, 26, 27 ®0B ■s 11 USTBf N£ Maxwell house LISTERINE 9 c FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice *<>.. 3 ■ 69c Frosty Acres Leaf SPINACH 19; Morton s Chocolate Covered DONUTS 79' Sliced Beef, Salisbury Steak, Meat Loaf MORTONS DINNERS 41' Each JELLY* * 590 DERBY BEEF 1 3 Vj OZ HUNTS 14 OZ. 570 390 HALF GALLON TAMALES * CATSUP TOMATOES CONTADINA 2/690 bbs, CLEANSER ASSORTED FLAVORS 2 / 3 5 0 5^23SSB3S!!3^ GLADIOLA FLOUR *1.49 10 LBS. WHITE DETERGENT HICKORY SMOKED BACON - *1" Giant to f frJ roducc '/i Oal. Blue B«ll MELLORINE 69 Oal. Superior les or Mellorine 69 SNACKS '.'.'.V." 92' colo curs RATH SALAMI 12 OZ. 85c apples 3 LBS....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1975 THti BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE A Special Weekly Service Irom The Bastrop County Times J s m Too Many Calves Drive Market Down COLLEGE STATION - Cattlemen are in the business of making a living hy raising calves But (or the past year- and-ahalf they've had more calves than the market has demanded, and prices have plummeted sharply Calves are still abundant, and now cattlemen must decide what steps to take with the fail and winter months approaching What are the alternatives? Dr Ed Uvacek, livestock marketing specialist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, offers a few possibilities as to what the individual cattleman can do with his calves He also dis- cusses the advantages and dis- advantages of each alternative I, Sell the calves right now Caif prices are expected to move lower in the next few months, so current market prices are maybe tops for a while With the calves gone, a cattleman could corcentrate on culling his c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

PAGE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, Smithville 8 Schulenburg 7 La Grange Columbus 21 7 Bastrop Elgin 6 20 Giddings Lexington 21 20 Hays. Cons. 51 Southwest 12 Dripping Springs 20 Hallettsville 12 Weimar 29 Ganado Bears Outlast Wildcats, 20-6 By P R Smith Bastrop's Bears opened up a 13-0 lead in the first half and managed to hold off a hard charging Elgin eleven to win the inter-county I □ Hearing Aid Discount Centers of Texas Fit all hearing aids on a 90 day money back written guarantee. You must be 100% satisfied or your money will be cheerfully refunded. We also offer you: t. Discount Prices 2. Most all major brands 3. All styles, behind the ear aids, eye {lass and body aids featuring the Starkey Ci/stom Made all in the ear aid 4. We rent aids for as little as SS.7S per month. 5. In Austin, free courtesy car service from your home to our office and back. 6. We have portable equipment to do testing in rest homes, your office and in the h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915 | >ws en 5 hp | Up I I THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Tiger Interceptions Overcome Fumbles 0^' By Charlie C'allaehan SMITHVILLE - The stats tell the story The Smithville Tigers dominated the game on defense but costly fumbles and penalties blunted anything the Tigers did offensively ex- cept one lightning thrust mihe third quarter. The 28 passes the Horns threw were a good test of our pass defense They completed 10, but we respond- ed with 6 interceptions and possibly could have had several more. Pete Quitta had 4 interceptions (wow), Gene Sampson and Danny Ingram had l The Shorthorns got their only score of the night on a beautifully executed 26 yard pass-and-run play about mid-way of the second quarter The game opened with a bang for both sides as we broke the opening kickoff for an apparent TD as the Tiger fans roared their approval. However, the "Horns fans roared back as the last would be tackier managed to rake the bail loose ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVIIXE. TEXAS 78^7 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER jW- 6(C Thunder In Rockne BEFORE THE START Times Photo ROCKNE - The normally quite little town of Rockne was a rainbow of color, noise and excitement this Sunday as scores otyiotorcycle drivers crews and spectators crowd- ed into the town for the Rockne Enduro. Helmeted gladiators sat astride roaring mounts with exotic names like "Elsinore", "Husqua varna", "Bultaco", "Honda", and "Yamaha". The competitors' ladies stood a distance away, driven to the sidelines by noise of the engines and set jaws of their men. At one minute after eight the first rider lunged out onto the 60 mile race course that should show any newcomer to the sport why it is called "Enduro". And endure they did, through a hot day of check- points, refultngs, dirt trails and low branches. And the women were not just on the sidelines. Smeared mascara joined the grime ami dust on the face of more than one of the riders After three that aftern...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLK, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 11 Texas Emergency Services Division Emphasizes A sweeping Chang* m Malt- wide ambulance service lias taken place in recent years, and one of the reasons is the Emer- gency Medical Services Divis- ion of the Texas Department of Health Resources Where ambulances once were directed toward speed, they now put emphasis on trained per- sonnel and life sustaining ser vices while enroute to a hos pital. The type of modular ambul- ances seen on popular television shows are becoming quite com monplace across Texas These are the preferred types and more and more Texas com- munities are installing them A move to further assist com muntties in setting up am- bulance service, complete with Texas Given Assistance To Elder! v Grant HOUSTON, TKXAS- Texas has been awarded a grant of 1932,000 for direct transit as- sistance to elderly ami handi capped person, according to the American Automobile As sociation The U S D...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

P A< r I PAGE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1975 Winged Ghosts Fly Again The Old Gary Air Force Base near San Marcos was the setting for a nastalgic look at air power as the Central Teias Wing of the Confederate Air Force "Ghost Squadron" presented a Flying Museum at the Chilympiad festivities The show include such fea- tures as The Missing Man Formation, Yamamoto's Tac- tics, and acrobatic demon- strations One of the really special planes at the show was the big bird pictured on this page (lower right, upper right, and upper left). It is the only op- erational B-29 "Superfor- tress" left in the world It is considered to be the most sophisticated operational heavy bomber of WWII The B-29 was used only in the Pa- cific theatre and was the plane that dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.Its maximum speed was nearly 400 MPH The escort plane for the B-29 pictured here istheP-51 "Mustang". This plane could be found in every ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

m tew., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES FOR SALE FOR SALE - New an;) used butane systems Phone 237-2521 Fancy Cakes Will hake (or birthdays, anniversary's and other occasions Call Barbara Mlchna - 839 4370 - Rosanky - after 6 00 pm LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co., phone 237-2402, P.O. Bo* 509. Smithville, Texas 78957 28-tic F OR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521. tfc SALE! SALE1 Do you have to move? Call us Bastrop Moving & Storage Phone 5I2-32I 2559 after 5PM Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14-tfc ~ NCEr" ~ FewIng ~ "and Vacuum center, repair service New and used sewing machines ami vacuum cleaners Author- ised Singer Dealer. 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas 713-968 5923 6-tfc FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237 2521 Wood ami Hay for Sale 24" seasoned oak fire place wood $30 00 per card at ranch Also ferti- lised Coastal Hay Phone 2...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

V J>AGK 14 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMKS, SMITHV1LLK, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1975 PA< ¥ ! I 1 Kirtley News Bv Mrs. W R Urner Rainfall Kirtley had about 25 of an Inch of rainfall since the last report Ringer attended their golden wedding at the American Legion Hall ai Smithville Saturday evening, September 20. 1975 Roland Richards and daughter Rhonda of Pasadena spent the past weekend with his mother Mrs. Billy Richards while her parents Mr and Mrs Pate Gadd were on vaca- tion. Mr Kumer reported having had good luck fishing during the past week Several relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs. C.F Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Wiggins of Hempstead visited Mr and Mrs W R. Urner last Saturday afternoon. La Faye Gadd of Smithville stayed with her grandmother MRS. Grover Gadd from Mon- day till Thursday of last week CYO Board Discusses Clean Up, Community Beautification Project Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wayne Richards and daughter Karen of Houston and daughter Wendi of Smithville spent the pa...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

Supplement to: -fclgm Courier-Bastrop Advertiser -biddings iimesft News - Taylor Daily Press - tiastrop bounty hmts WILLIAMS *0/L \, •/A %\St 9 >o - 0 9 100 WEST 2nd • ELGIN, TEXAS We've dropped stamps & cut prices on THOUSANDS of ITEMS! Discount Plus ... Bonus Specials, Quality, Variety & Service An important change has been made at your Minimax store to help you lower food costs. Trading stamps have been discontinued and the savings in operating costs are being passed on to you in the form of NEW LOW DISCOUNT FOOD PRICES. Today we re intro- ducing ... MINIMAX DISCOUNT PLUS As you shop your Minimax store, you wiii see proof of the price reductions in every de- partment. As the thousands of new price changes have been made, we've stamped the new price on each package and left the old price for your comparison. This is proof that prices can be reduced by dropping stamps and reducing overhead costs. Jh 1 LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL Look for this symbol in your weekly ads. It means...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

* ' 4 « I mm i #j GROUND BEEF FRESH Not Less Than 70% Lean 3-LB PKG OR MORE Sirloin Steak 99 Chuck Roast 89 Seven Steak 99c USDA GRADE "A" Franks USDA GOOO JUNIOR BEEF GOOD VALUE ALL MEAT 12 OZ PKG 69 Arm Roast Sliced Bacon Chunk Bologna Sliced Bacon Sliced Bacon Smokets Franks Corned Beef Lunch Meats USDA Choice Heavy Beef LB Good Value TLB iS9 PKG Armour Star $1°9 $1 79' Junior Beef USDA Good Decker 12-OZ $149 Quality PKG 1 Roegtem Signature Quality Roegelem Signature Quality Swift's Pr«itiium Bewf $1 89 $1 85' 1-LB PKG i2o?$1 39 PKG 1/0/ QhC PKG Swift's Premium $1 89 Oven Roasting LB ^SUC Assorted PK( 49' Chuck Roast Crown Roast Seven Steak Rib Steak Beef Stew Ground Beef Braunschweiger A I ■ I #*Otcar Mayer ■ Sandwich Spread Pickles Junior Beef Arm Cut Junior Beef USDA Good Junior Beef USDA Good Boneless Lean Lean Not Less Than 80% l ean LB LB LB LB LB 69° 79c 79' $119 29 99c Otcar 8-OZ 69° Mayer ROLL ' Clauuen Kosher Dills or Icicle Pickles aoz ROLL OT JAR 69 99' 20- OFF UOEL C...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

t "«■« ! GOOD VALUE CLOROX JUG 49° MACARONI ft CHEESE Everyday,,Low Discount Price! DINNER 'Mk t>J/k si ol ■V 7%-OZ . ■ ■ BOXES Cookies MORE DISCOUNT PRICES Garbage Bags Vanilla Wafers Fig Newtons MARY BAKER Assorted Varieties Everyday Low Discount Price! 3 *1 Niblets Corn GREEN GIANT Bonus Special LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES MORE DISCOUNT PRICES LOON AT THf DISCOUNT PRICK 30 no PKG 69° Detergent Good Value Powdered GIANT QQC box OO Ranch Style Beans is-ozQI C CAN ■ Fleming's Coffee 1 lb QQc CAf. 63° Detergent Good Value Liquid s?65c Salad Dressing c 32 0z"|QC jar 1 (1 Shortening G~ivt 3-lb$125 can 1 89* Pampers Oaytime Diapers box $021 or 30 £ Salad Mustard s so z 1 Qc jar 1 O Soda Water sSb.. 12-oz 1 Cc can U y PLUS QUALITY AND SERVICE. EvefajDoij Discount P/iicfcs ^^DiAcouict'BcmijU Special! LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES monadc Strawberries ; Cream Pies Top Chop't MORE DISCOUNT PRICES Sliced PKC 14 OZ PKG 12 02 22c ninHAI* t I Chico-Ero/*n Ir 1III Id Enchilada 12-OZ Qi|C PKG 29c...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 25 September 1975

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 October 1975

\ w V \ mm % ' -<S(#*<• THIS WEEK IN CLhr (times: Muvor Talk v Eluinciu P<iW • five litn>k v A^/.yt' iV Ptiifi' i U H<ii(If Of Vkksbiir# Pine • .< Fifteen Cents >—- ■ VOL 84, SFMBKR 40 % (Eotmtu ®tmes SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN unit ALL BASTROP COUNTY THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMJTHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1975 Fire Destroys Kasper Home Late Saturday night, fire totally destroyed an older home on Colorado road re- cently purchased by Mack Kasper of Smithville for his son, Gary The fin was discovered by Mr and Mrs George Mick shortly after midnight Satur day and reported to the fire dispatcher over Mick's C B radio At the time of dis covery, the top story of the residence was already in flames By the time the first truck arrived, there was little firemen could do bur contain the blaze In the opinion of Fire Marshall Hall Wallace. the fire started in the attic, and was probably ignited by faulty or overloaded wiring The home contained a tin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 October 1975

page z THE BASTROP COUNTY TIM US, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY OCTOBER 2, 1975 THUI I >n r ^ mions Riqht To Work Two things are happening in the legislature that could quietly change the whole structure of work ta America and even the power structure of our government There is a move in the US Congress to repeal the "Right to Work section of the Taft-Hartley Act This is the section which allows a person to be employed without having to join a union Repeal of this section would mean that most workers would be forced to join a union, pay union dues and take orders from union bosses Also legislation has been introduced to force more than 10 million state and local government employees to join unions. Unions played an important role in pulling the American work- er out from under the thumb of the early industrialists But the day of the sweat shop is gone. It is unfortunate that the American worker, and the American citizen, are now underthe thumb of the unions Fo demand that a wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 October 1975

_1 HURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAG1 FUTILE ATTEMPTS Tunes Photo Tim BEYOND HELP Burglary from Page I burglary must have taken place, he reported, sometime between September 8th awl 20th, while he was absent Hampton also reported that he huS planned to question the youngsters of his nearest neighbors to determine if they had seen anyone psuwlfeig about the house, but that no- body was at home The back door was open, however, and he reported that he had seen several items stolen from tits home in plain view in the neighbor* house The following day, Smith Vtllv office app! 'Uicll< «i 111- Malaria Lope* home with a search warrant Most uf the items mtsbine from the Hampton residence weredis covered in the home. accord Sng to Smithville Police Chief I e« Oeming A warrant for the arrest of Mrs Lope if was issued and served, but of- ficers discovered mi question Hi)1 the woman that she had been iiul of town all wk ,11 id knew nothing of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 October 1975

PACE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMKS, SMITHVU.i l I EXAS 789f>7 THURSDAY. OCTOBKR 2, 1975 Hemphill, Carrejo United By Candlelight SMITHVILLE The First Methodist Church, Smithville, Texas, was the setting for the candelight wedding of Nancv Hemphill and Eric Carrejo, July 19,1975 The double ring ceremony was performed by Orion Lewis, Pastor The bride is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs Roy Hemphill of Smithville and the grand- daughter ofMrsIna Hemphill of Bastrop and Mr Grover Keilberg of Smithville Eric is the son of Mr T, C Watts of Cedar Creek and Mr Joe Carrejo of El Paso and the grandson of Mr and Mrs. Mark Cone of Austin Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a gown of dotted swiss over satin, featuring a shadow neckline and Brussels lace outlining the princess styled gown and rows of Brussels lace down the long sleeves Her veil, a three-tiered butterfly of bridal illusion accented with lace, flowed into a cathe- dral length train. The bride carried a bouquet of yellow ro...

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