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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

wiMr-ir-"r''Mvil''t'Vwa-j :m 0 TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland VOLUME 92 NUMBER 16 30 Pages 3 Sections Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday February 1 1979 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS City Of Holland Applies For Grant By RONNIE PERSKY As n result of a meeting with a representative of the Central Texas Council of Governments the City of Holland will apply for a $250000 Housing and Urban Development grant in the area of housing rehabilitation. The formal application will be signed at the next city council meeting February 13. CTCOG representative John Nichols recommended that the city apply for the housing rehabilitation funds saying that Holland had always scored higher In the area of housing needs on past applications to the Council of Governments. According to City Secretary Janet Wilson all applications arc graded on a point scale with about 500 points needed to receive a grant. She said about 300 points is the highest rating Holland has received in the past. She added t...

Publication Title: Tribune-Progress
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

rx Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 Davilla By MRS. HOY Mrs. Evelyn Burrough of Rockdale and Mrs. Norma Jean Forrest of Alvln were visitors of their father William Shaver. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Douthct Bowser were Doris Dartin Granger Kenneth Gaddison of Denver Colorado and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hutch of San Angelo. Mr. and Mrs. Woodard of Thorndaleand Rev. and Mrs. Ivey of Bclton were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Jack Daniels and son Jack of Palco were guests of Mrs. Pearl Burleson. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Burns Jr. and baby have returned home from the hospital. Visiting in the Burns home was Mrs. Robert Hart. Stanley Cryer of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cryer of Houston were guests of Mrs. Lucille Gaines. Mrs. Sue Clark visited Mrs. Marie Duncum. Mrs. Nillic Gcrsbach and son Ricky were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guldo Gcr- sbach. Mrs. Fannie Hargrove who has been visiting with hcrsistwr Mrs. Myrl Mcsscr in Killccn who lias been HI lias returned to her home i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 Page 3 Final Basket Puts Salado Over Holland r( 7 t END RUN Salado's Celeste Stewart (31) tries to maneuver around Holland's Sally Johnson (41) nnd Debbie Malina (25). Rogers Tourney Holland Junior High Boys Finish Second ByKONNIKPKKSKY Alnna Gaines played some ferocious basketball Monday night as she led the Junior High girls to a 33-10 win over Milano by dropping in 18 points. Holland was in control of the entire contest leading 10- G at the end of the first period 20-10 at the half and 29-1G at the end of the third period. Others scoring for Holland were Fayc Busby 7 Darla Beyer 4 JoAnna Vadcn 2 and Kelly Bayless 2. Holland hit on 3 of 10 free throws. The win gives Coach Danny McCray's JH girls a 3-3 district record and 5-G season record. Last Saturday the girls just missed a third place finish in the Rogers Junior High Tournament as they were edged out by Academy 17-1 G. Academy kept a slim 2 point lead through much of the game with Holl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

m '-""'VMiMHiiP?;m Page 4 Tribune-Prcgress Thursday February 1 1979 I ft I fcr TRIBUNE - USPS04W00 Dartlett Tribune Holland Progrm All opinion and vlewpolnu In the Tribune ProgreM do nof necestarlly represent the editorial opinion! of thl newspaper Published weekly In Bartlett. Texas mil by Taylor Newspapers Inc Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Bartlett Texas 74511 STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs Vicky Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortel Mrs Wiley Bailey Subscription Rates- 4 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties) 15 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster II undellverable send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texas7S1l A Rich Tradition (Et)ITOIt'S NOTE: Dr. II. Wilson Crosthwalt physician who died last Saturday was a native of Holland. He...

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

Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 Page 5 JPm First-Half Bartlett Bulldogs Roll Over Granger 62-46 liyJiinniy Howell Coach Jim Lowrance's Bartlett Bulldogs clinched the first half championship of District 28-A with a G2-4G win over the Granger Lions Friday night in Bartlett. The victory paced by Louis Walker's 16 points gave the Bulldogs a G-l first half record for the first place spot. Thorndalc finished in second place with a 5-2 record. If any district team besides Bartlett finishes the second half in first place then that (cam and Bartlett would have a one game playoff to decide the district champion- ship and the bl-district play- off berth. If Bartlett wins the second half also then the Bulldogs would automat- cially advance to bl-district play. Scoring for Bartlett Flrday night against Granger were: Louis Walker 1G; Leslie Williams 10; Darrcll Lemons 10; Gary Fischer 8; Charles Smith 8; Doug Thomas 4; Ronald Glover 4; and Robert Ma this 2. Score by Quarters Granger Hnr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

n U (! Pago 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 Bartlett JV Boys Grind Granger 89-24 Hy Jimmy Howell Wayne Mack Dennis Thomas and Craig Williams were the top three scorers as Coach Franklin Jones' Bartlett Bulldog Junior Varlsty basketball team walked over the Granger Lions 89-24 last Friday night in Bartlett. Mack led the scoring with 25 while Thomas totaled 22 and Williams had 19. Bartlett out-pointed Granger 19-2 In the opening quarter to set the stage for the final verdict. Others scoring for Bartlett were: Danny Thomas 10; Charles Crathers 9; and Reggie Cobb4. Score hy Quarters Granger llartlctl 2 19 10 is 29 fi 2G 21 X!) HAItTI.KTT IIUI.I.PUPS Coach Franklin Jones (pictured giving instructions to his team during a time out) guided the Junior high boys basketball team to a third place finish In the Rogers tournament last weekend Against Troy Bullpups Win 47-33; Lassies Lose 31-25 Hy JIMMY HOWKLL Led by Robert Williams 16 points Coach Franklin Jones' Bartlett Bullpups ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

T-4 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 Page7 w -i. W ...n 'Jt. .. TT . r ran P -fc 1 ? siia? ""nil IUMKW .( (JlkWiW... V... O AMi Wl H BWMff B.. riiffliiiM. ''V'iHfe. .. 1 1 ; '" J Ul J 1(111 .ill I II1T1.1 ! hi urn ' 1 mi f- 5. WW h ' WC iT . iKXN VW" iff iiHii1 KP i ..ulH ."'H m a1!!- i.nn" " i. t ai' UBK. WW in rT. Ji i ' Ml !' ' 1MB BULUraik 'l III IhUflTI HBU l .. .'." IT'S POSSIBLE! Robert Schuller All the good news I have developed the habit of telling myself each morn- ing before rising all thq Rood news I can think of. As I awaken I affirm: "I have wonderful news today! I am alive 1 That's good news. I didn't die in my sleep. I have friends I There arc people who care about me who love mcl Today is filled with beautiful possibilities! God loves me! This isn't some new idea it's as old as the Bible. "In the morning while the sun rises I will make my praises unto God" the Psalmist said. He understood the pow- erful positive power of a heart filled with praise! So why n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

1 Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 K TIIK HAND IS (U'ICKKH THAN THE EYE Tom Kristlnlk one of the offensive leaders for the Jarrell Junior High bos team is shown in action against Holland MILANO (Continued From Page 3) Second round action saw they had previously lost to Holland edge Rogers 31-27 the Eagles back on Nov 20 to The victory was particularly the tune of 40-28. sweet for the J II Hornets as Goodnight again paced the Bi Golden AcrTs Goldtn Acrrt H J brand run rr? tttfnj by vlor Cmoi Si Company Tulu Tf Ml 79068 T t rumi or ftumtwri ' vr tly dn-qnjt.om HYBRID GRAIN SORGHUM NEW DISEASE RESISTANT TROPICAL YELLOW ' fr if m DINERO Big Yield Potential Good Drouth Resistance Short Strong Sturdy Stalk Medium To Medium Late Maturity Tolerant To Insecticide Burn Resistant To Downy Mildew MDM Anthracnose & All Present Known Races Of Smut Semi-Opon Head Fast Dry down Easily Threashed WE RECOMMEND TE DINERO Sfeglich Feed & Farm Supply Bartlett Ted Pekar Granger COM...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

I I I 1 i TRIBUNE-PROGRESS CLASSIFIED SECTION Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash in advance. The Tribune Progress will not be rnrrpri Insprf Inn l- . - . - FOK LEASE: 40 acres of land. Permanent grass. Call 1-817-527-3638 Davilla. 2-22-79-chg. FOR SALE: Hay Coastal or Prime Grass. Good quality. 1-817-527-3639. 2-22-79-chg. FOR RENT: Two bedroom house furnished or un- furnished $75.00. Call 1-817-527-3039 Davilla. 2-22-79-chg. DANCE HOLLAND SPJST Saturday Feb 3rd 8:30-12:30 Music By The PEOPLE1 CHOICE Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlctt Texas DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists - 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Soloction o( Fromos Closod Thursday and Saturday Aftomoons GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 February 1979

wf.W-H 1 yn"jw- c r -- i 9 Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 1 1979 Obituaries Selecting Market Danny Lange George H. Kropp poul;ry JT0r ShoW JTnnnrnl cnrvlnne fnrrtnnnv fipnn'n It. Krnnn. 75. nf Funeral services for Danny Ray Lange 29 of Austin were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Crofts Funeral Home In Johnson City. Burial was in Cypress Hill Cemetery near Johnson City. Survivors include his parents Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lange of San Antonio for- merly of Dartlctt; grand- parents Mrs. Oscar Lange of Bartlctt and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bryant of Philadelphia Pa.; a brother Steven Lange of San Antonio; and a sister Mrs. Clifton Deborah Fletcher of Boerne David Lange son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lange of Holland has returned to his home after being a surgical patient in Scott and White Hospital. George H Kropp 75 of Bartlctt died Tuesday in a Temple hospital after a brief illness. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Condra Funeral Home In Taylor with the Rev. Dan Marck offic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 February 1979

vy ' s( - - Poraky. Ronnlo fl-78 District Titles At Stake Bulldogs Lassies Host Rogers Friday Night See Sports - Page 5 Hornets Hornettes Visit Salado Tuesday Night See-Sports - Page 3 i i i TEXAS BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME In Round Rock received from the First Baptist Church in Bnrtlctt a gift of $1000. The money will be used as undesignated funds. Receiving the check Is Don Cramer Assistant Director of Development pictured on the left from Wesley L. Thompson pastor First Baptist Church Bartlctt. The W. W. Walton Trust makes this available through the church. mKKmiUiJk JsSSKSmmSm ED MERCER VICE-PRESIDENT for college advancement at Mary Hardin - Baylor University Bclton pictured on the right receives a gift of $5500 from First Baptist Church Bartlctt pastor Wesley L. Thompson Friday afternoon The money will be used to set up a Scholarship Fund. The W. W. Walton Trust makes this available through the church. TRIBUNE - PROGRESS VOLUME 02 NUMBER 17 22 Pages In 2 Sections Serving Bartlctt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 February 1979
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 February 1979

u u h Holland Hornettes Jar Jarrell Girls Dy RONNIE PEnSKY "A close encounter of the worst kind" might describe last Friday's basketball action at the Holland gym as the Holland Hornettes kept their district championship hopes alive by edging Jarrell 49-48. The game appeared to be an offensive duel between two basketball greats Holland's Sally Johnson and Jarrcll's Janet Havclka. If It were a duel nothing was resolved however as both girls scored 24 points. And rather than a personal battle between two girls the game was definitely a team effort on both sides. "Beat Salado" has now become the only game In town in both Jarrell and Holland must defeat the Eaglettcs who arc undefeated in district play If the Red and White is to be stopped In its relentless march to the throne. Holland's Temple Knllus a senior who plays at forward was confident of a Holland victory in last Friday night's clash but she was one of few who was willing to predict the out- come. Jarrell Coach Stan Mitchell c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 February 1979

TRIBUNE-PROGRESS Stltt 1 r bone foundedin In Htt Iand Progress founded in ti', i ,i .ii, ii I i, w wi a tti-, in the rib une P rogress do not -ditor ial opinions of this newspaper necessary fly represFi !ished weekly in Bartlett. Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapers, Inc , aylt, it Trexas76S11 r F M tFMBE"RS r othy lean Bartliet Vicky Sartor mmy Howell miro Cortez Riley Bailey iti Bell, Milam and Williamson Counties: $S per elsewhere erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person, firm, or oration which h may appear in the column, of the T ribune Progress will gladly orrec ted upon being brought to the attention of the editor master If undeliverable, send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress, Bartlett, is 76511 (Circlevillc lliosopher Editor's note: 1'he ('ir- ille Philosopher on his nsongrass farm on the G: (;ahriel Ri\er hunts in a.i for an expert this week.) In ier 1 eng to thiisN country television commentators, 'rying, to tell us what the C'hinese leader's remarks mea...

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

\I I 1,t,, 1 i I..\SSI'ES BASKFTB:1.1. Coach Jerry Smalley (with back tocamera) and five starters (left to right) Beverly (Gadison, Shirl Fischer, Brenda (Gadison, Sheri !1 m re ; :t TnDir:i t I . i (, !I ] . , .. ! \ \1 iithi ', 71t 4 .t: !); !V i iit, i, fII)St Itfl, 1er l i I )i 4 I'i si 1, si Ic I II .1ii I neI . coach ,Jln I'A Y rice's Slartlett Bulhogs and ('oath .Jerry Snmalle's Bartlett lassies both have big games on tap Friday night when they will be hosting the olTgers Hligh School boys and girls basketball teams in games which wvill decide the 1979 district 28-A cham- pionship teams for )both the boys and girls. eachch 1,owrances Bulldogs, who won the first half of I)istrict 28-A, can win the second half and advance to the bi-district round of the state play-offs with a victory \over Rogers. 'oach Jerry Smalley's Lassies are tied at 4-1) with the Rogers girls for first place in second half play lodgers won the first half of I)istrict i ti t the La.ssies dlcalt- e og. Frid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 February 1979

i Page 8 TribUne-Progrcss Thursday Februarys 1979 wsw'-au. I A HHbi v (JHHnlBL-BmmBH bbbmbHbB 'iHKwBm9R9Ea3t sbbH HObHtbbB TbH HB BHLr"wBBBBfl BL ..IbbbbbbbbHi r IbbbbbbbbB Bbbbbbbbbbbbb ' bbbbbbev IbW pnn 4t Hulto Tourney Jarrell Girls Win; Boys Lose To Milano HASKKTIIAI.I. SHUFFLE Jo Anna Vadcn tries to out- maneuver an opponent during the Rogers Junior High Tourney. BBt ' V" y&Kll PWBiMii Hwi .BBBBflrSnA BBSBBBt bbbv bbbbwbbmK hIbIbbbbbv 'MbbbH JUNIOK HIGH ACTION Darla Beyer starter on the Holland Junior High basketball team takes a shot in actiondurjngthc Rogers Junior High Tournament. S p o r t s By RONNIE PEIISKY With the Hutto Junior High Tournament championship at stake the Jarrell Junior Jarrell Girls Beat Saladof? Salado led most of the way but the Jarrell girls had the lead when the clock ran out as the Cougarcttcs upset the District 55i defending champ by the score of 44-42. It was Sa In do's first loss in district play and it means that the Holland Salado game sched...

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