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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1978 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 Family Of The Week Meet The Bauer Family SEC. I, PAGE 11 by ERLENE GOERTZ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer and their five chil- dren are the family of the week for Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne. Mr. Bauer, son of Mrs. Wilma Bauer of Sacred Heart Parish. Rockne, and the late Albert Bauer formerly of the Cistern community, is a rancher. Mr. Bauer is a veter- an of the Korean War, a member of the Smithville American Legion, and the VFW Post 2527, of which he served as post com- mander. He has helped with little league and has served as coach for a number of years. He also volunteers his time free as an auctioneer for the Sacred Heart parish auc- tion sales, little league benefits, and the Fire Fighting Association. Mrs. Bauer, the former Food Program Presented Miss Irene Lehman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Lehman of Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, is a homemaker, and member fo the Ladies Auxiliary Post 2527. Connie, 19, a...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
A note from friends of Billy Davis: We would like for you to vote for Billy Davisas your next County Commissioner of Precinct 2, but without your vote he cannot win. We along with Billy are asking you personally for your vote. Will you please vote for him as your next County Commissioner on Saturday May 6, 1978? ftata i Um A Ann*# I !* •• •f l.mtm A4*m* M o MM A4MM PMi AiMM ■ A4mm SSTSc ~ ft AAm ii AMtM . Immm aii«*. IW.M AMa** Oim. Alia** iaiuaaaaa Andrra* ' wH Attdmaai IMiaVMa AaMetaa ( Malta Andaaaaaa f t*4 OiimX [>*> tUmi A <ihm l#e*) A*MI* «U* Mail* t P**al AMmim AftterauM V RtH..n I *<i Anda. Many " Aaalaimi* Wlatnla ft Andrraa** I J And**** B*li« I AH0 i% ' Ml A At.gra* (Maria Am* Itata Ailtn. I «*• • I.,. J,LnT.'; M*m >« M M«la< Ray B*ka. Ronald «• .. WmmU Haifa f.M«*b ai| f M«M* >«. • •• *"2*"* BaM**. Hull t.tX'u V M Banna Mr* v M Man*. WMIw Mata**ia ff-Mr Maria I M.i man MM M lute***. Malt* Ja.n Rata t ' B Mat., hut Im Male* I 1Mb Bait * CTTfch* Chm#m ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
Brenham 2211 S. Day Mon. Thru Sat. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. La Grange 215 S. Ellinger Mon. Thru Sat. 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Discount cenTER SALE DATES: APRIL 19 - May 2 Columbus 1400 Walnut Mon. thru Sat. 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. SALE DATES: APRIL 20-May 3 Supplement To Brenham Banner Frett Bellvllle Timet Somervllle Tribune New uii.i Enterprise Fayette County Record Weimar Mercury Ca«le Lake Headlight Colorado County Cltlren Schulenburg Sticker Clddlnfi Timet Bastrop County Timet BankAmericard VISA ••010 ^81 n «77f THfe "W JT 4Tk Shy Pay More? GR0-TEX FERTILIZER 10-20-10 50 LB. BAG $3.49 RAINWAVE Oscillating Sprinkler COW OR SHEEP MANURE POTTING SOIL 8 LB. BAG I REG. $1.19 REG. $4.97 40 LB. REG. $1.79 $1.19 ROOT & LOWELL HOME AND IGARDEN SPRAYER NO. 1973 REG. *15.97 NO. 61 22 INCH CUT REG. $98.97 Model # 20-8235-A it bricketeer ofvc7 «* FENCE £,\J lo I | FOR ALL EDGING NEEDS 3x/2 H.P. Briggs & Stratton LAWN MOWERS $84.88 DELUXE WITH ADJUSTABLE WHEELS $94.88 22 INCH CUT REG. $109.97 1
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
WHY PAY MORE? DISCOUNT CENTER li aclvllc iwtnoi GALLON REG. '8.79 GIBSONS ACRYLIC LATEX HOUSE PAINT $5.99 Paint Roller Set REG. n./y -I BON! GIBSONS FLAT LATEX GALLON REG. 56.29 WALL PAINT $4.99 limit giobe drop CLOTH NO. 10 A 9 x 12 FEET 4/10 MIL CAULKING COMPOUND NO. 88073 NO. 11105 $ REG *23.97 99 2 SPEED - 20 INCH PORTABLE FAN BankAmericard VISA ••010 hi 'sb >11 PAINT BRUSH 4 INCH - 100% NYLON NO. 12254 REG. $1.79 $ 1.47 UHF - FM Color TV Antenna NO. TA 15 $ REG. '24.97 ff ffTMMff |l f flllMlllllllll 1111 f I III |l| 11| (I J j Jl PERMA • COOKER CAST ALUMINUM $ REG *49 97
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
>V' VTV- ^ 'it*** :*,?s -v ,'■• •^•vi'c^i,' «<* M§(k wSa DISCOun T PLASTIC MINNOW BUCKET eV ,< CRAPPIE RIGS 4/'1.00 CRAPPIE LIGHT $5.99 NESCO RAIN SUITS WITH DETACHABLE HOOD NO. 2420-1210 REG. J2.99 $ 2.39 WILSONS BASEBALL GLOVES ENTIRE STOCK • SAVE ! WILSON rm SB?* I If TENNIS BALLS $2.89 9a mm&mmmmrmm CAN OF 3 REG. *'3.49 wi m * ■ )>«' 4' $ RODS STEARNS ALVOCADO SERIES 5V2 FT. to bV2 FT. ONLY CHILDREN 16.95 $ 20% ij* m MSsfe REEL SALE 39.95 33.95 *59.95 *47.95 '59.95 AMBASSADEUR 4500 AMBASSADEUR 5000 AMBASSADEUR 5500C AMBASSADEUR 6500 AMBASSADEUR 6500C KINGFISHER GK 62 19.97
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
GIBSON Entire Stock CURTAINS And DRAPES 20% Discount center BankAmericard vrsA KMO 1*1 Sfc >11 A 100% POLYESTER FABRIC REGULAR J3.49 YARD SALE PRICE SAYELLE YARN 5 YARD 100% COTTON - 15" X 25" DISH TOWELS KITCHEN HELPERS REGULAR 99' 5 PIECE BATHROOM LADIES Bikini Panties SIZE 4 to 7 ASSORTED STYLES REGULAR 99' SETS REG.'11.97 Cotton & Knit Or Terry Cloth Jogging Shorts '4.49 MCM0 REG. '5.99 MENS SALE 0J3 j REG. $3.49 1 -■ | MEN'S TERRY CLOTH House Shoes •2.99 WRANGLER JEANS MENS REG. '11.97 PAIR SALE '9.97 2/H7.00 BOYS REG '8,97 to '7.97 PAIR $6.97 STUDENTS REG. *9.97 PAIR I-?* |^^^p\SALE! 2 For 77*fsgpi yic PLAYTEX • Now Available At Gibsons FANNY SHAPER BRIEF BRAS 18 HOUR • FREE SPIRIT • INSTEAD • CROSS YOUR HEART BUY THE BEST FOR LESS AT GIBSONS Now I Save i < RETAIL PRICE &
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
\ . . ,-jt "• •; Hwyjann >•, ^asj^ V/SA OiO !«l «%b '«l ^ f ' - - ::•:>' .,«♦***«** * ' M ^//lU//l|////\)//(\l' l\l/A \l/\)ll\l/l\ I M/A\ //ll/lWIV/| //(\/y/( ||//| V/U//1 \/,w Mimi////l\|/AV ly/V\// V II//NMI/\//*\\ )/Al| WHY PAY MORE? centtR LwJ Lwl m sound design or panasonic STEREO & TAPE PLAYERS Entire Stock NOW | Buy Early 1 For C i Graduation ,r BnwiWrt'^s.' iSL i 20% Off MEM0REX 90 8 TRACK TAPE CARTRIDGE >2.59 REG. '3.39 | PANASONIC PORTABLE CASSETTE | Tape Recorder | RQ-309DS | 1 REG. '47.95 39.95 MAX FACTOR MAXI WEAR Nail Guard 5/8 0Z" OO^ *1.25 RETAIL U d LE-BO CARTRIDGE CARRYING CASE 8 TRACK HOLDS 24 TAPES $Q QQ OUR REG. *9.97 0-00 RETAIL *12.95 & '13.95 NORELCO 1200-2 PROFESSIONAL TYPE HAIR DRYER $22.97 REG. J26.87 MAX FACTOR MAXI MOIST LIPSTICK REG.'1.69 0Q SYLVAN IA Flash Bar REG *2 59 SYLVAN IA Flip Flash REG '1.79 You don't have to wait to relive those "Special Moments.' by kodak the handle INSTANT CAMERA *33.97 kodak" Kodak Br, INSTANT PRINT FILM
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
\\\m ; tcinteR whvPayMore? WHITE ONLY REG. *14.97 $ A MEAL 12.88 MR. COFFEE FLTERS ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR 4 to 8 CUPS ^ K7508WH $ REG. *11.49 % 9.97 |g^ SEAL A MEAL BAGS '1.79 32 OZ. REG. J2.09 m ,MR.C®FFEE SUNBEAM GREAT AMERICAN 1890 REG. *23.99 POPCORN MACHINE 19.97 $ RUBBERMAID DISH DRAINER NO. 6050 REG. J2.79 $ 33 GALLON HEAVY DUTY TUCKER PLASTIC GARBAGE CAN WITH METAL HANDLE & LID NO. 332 REG *6 97 $ 4.99 ENTIRE STOCK CLOTHES HAMPER 20% OFF
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
DISCounTCENTER CRISCO $1 69 3 LB. CAN WESSON OIL 24 OZ. Mfflonte 32 OZ. ^ppQ1"£Q1"Qp Scotchguard Fabric 16 Oz. 00 CAT FOOD ?;U??^L0.Z; 4/89' SAUCE 6/H.00 TISSUE Marina Bathroom 4 Roll Pkg. ggt corn stokely w'k'0r c- s- 303 can 4/$l 00 COCKTAIL S.to.^?LC.™ 3/$1.00 ^gyp Campbell's Chicken Noodle No. 1 Can 4/80* MUSTARD F.r.e.n£?i°.z. 59* Lipton Instant 3 Oz. yg CAT CHOW J1.69 BLEACH 69' Stokely Cut Green 303 Can a /$i flfl beans 4/ i.uu kraut Stokely Bavarian 303 Can 4/$l 00 1^11^ Light Crust Corn Bread White Or Yellow 6^ Oz. QQ towels Brawny Jumb° R°" :...47* Zee 360 Ct. *119 we accept FOOD stamps Pi DEL MONTE CATSUP RATH SUMMER SAUSAGE «, ,j jq RATH BLACKHAWK SLICED BACON $1 69 1 LB. PKG. liUJ Kraft BBQ 18 Oz. NAPKINS SAUCE ^COFFEE Fo,ger s 1 Lb"Can A"Grmds $2 69 i COFFEE ?2.49 SNACKS ^^eese^a"s' ^ac0, ^ret2e1, Nac^° ^'Ps 50< A L Big 20 Oz. Box $1 f|Q / CHEERIOS !-uy .LIQUID *!££ 79' /. Irish Spring .. 3/J1.00 ^SINGLES K.,f!t..A™.r'".n..6.0-. 59' r , r . Patio Beef 16 Oz. rot Enc...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
TOO IGIBSON' Discount center WOUCAN'T H£LPS^ihj % BankAminicahd VISA *01® Ml 11 • J* ♦* •', * ** PERMANENT REGULAR SUPER GENTLE $ 2.19 HEAD & SHOULDERS SHAMPOO >2.29 7 OZ. LOTION r "*^ii AT THESE LOW PRICES ... HAIR SPRAY 9 OZ. AND NON-AEROSOL HAIR SPRAY 8 OZ. REGULAR X HOLD UNSCENTED ULTIMATE $1.00 ^1 CASH REFUND OFFER $ 1.49 --I % i K Ou ,•/'•;/< relievos dry, chapped, sun & . windburned | fl C lips & J 39 i'i* _.iij BAN BASIC REGULAR & NEUT. 3 02. 99 * EXCEDRIN 99 t 60's Excedrin ANAlGibC IABUIS tgme CREME RINSE AND g CONDITIONER •1.49 16 OZ. O-r VITALIS 7 OZ. $ liTHh 12 s PAMPERS OVERNIGHT '1.49 BIC SHAVER 19* LU BRENHAM 2211 S. DA Y COLUMBUS 1400 WALNUT WHERE EVERYONE SAVES KERI PHARMACY 4 PACK POUCH i LOTION ■■ $4.59 ion PAMPERS EXTRA ABSORBENT $ CALADRYL LOTION $1.44 6 OZ. 24 s 2.39 1 SPECIAL BONUS Mill IN OMIR $?0C HEBATfc ON GIUETTE ATHA RA/OR OIHA WITH COUPON ON THIS PACKAGE ALKA-SELTZER '1.19 ta tfMfl I 0 MJ9 MMMNV nmrrir «|i Km i .«> IA1W t I SI/...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
% S'"8„,,„ times SEC. II. PAGE 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1978 Riddle Seeks To Save Falcons Libra, a falcon trained by Dr. Kenton E. Riddle of the Veterinary Divis- ion of the University of Texas Environmental Science Park at Camp Swift, symbolizes hope for an endangered species. Dr. Riddle, who has worked with falcons for 23 years, carries Libra on his arm and releases her for flight. He monitors her movements with a tiny radio transmitter attached to her leg by a leather strap. "Falcons and other birds of prey are in danger of extinction, and without help they will simply cease to exist. The South- ern Bald Eagle, for in- stance, has only seven active nests in Texas," Dr. Riddle said. The assistant professor of veterinary medicine and surgery works with birds which have been brought to the Cancer Center's facilities near Bastrop. Recently Dr. Riddle had been consulting with Waco Zoo officials on the care of the young TRAINED FALCON—Dr. Ken Riddle, assistant professor of veterinary medi...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
SEC. II. PAGE 2 I HI HAS I ROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TI XAS 7JW57 fHURSDAY. APRIL 20. 19^ oISPl Tolbert Finishes First THANKS We wish to express our deepest gratitude to our many friends in District 30 who made possible the success of our appreciation dinner in La Grange on April 6 We ap- preciate all those who attended and shared this occasion with us. and especially ap- preciate all those who worked so hard to make it an evening we will never forget. John and Pinky Wilson Pol Adv m by John Wil«o«> C«mp«gn Fund. John WH ori MO E Tf«vm. La Q'ariga LEXINGTON — Smith villc Tiger Vioccnt Tol- bert crossed the finish line of the mile run with it first place time of 5:07, in the finals of the Giddings Buffalo Relays, April 14, at the Lexington High School. Tolbert also placed fourth in the high jump, leaping 5'b", and compet- ed in the 440-yard relay. Donald Jarmon came in sixth in the 120-yard high hurdles with a time of 15 seconds, and com - petvd also in the 3.10-yard huniles, ...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1^8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78Q5^ SEC. II. PAGE 3 Amigos de las Americas Sponsors Fund Raising Bike-Marathon On Saturday, April 29. members and friends of the Lost Pines Chapter of Amigos de las Americas will ride 50 miles to raise money to send four volun- teers to Central and South America this summer. These field volunteers from Bastrop County, along with other Amigos from across our nation, will provide needed med- ical services, primarilv vaccination against the common communicable diseases, in the ghettos and villages of Guate- mala. Honduras, Nica- ragua, Dominican Re- public, Colombia, Ecua- dor, Paraguay. and Bolivia. The Bike - Mara- thon represents a major fund-raising project to support this youth-led program. The Amigos will be contacting resi- dents of Bastrop County requesting pledges for each mile ridden. The cost of sending an Amigo volunteer to the field is $1,600; approxi- mately S800 for travel to the host country and S800 ...
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
sec. n. PAGE* 7 HE BASI HOP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1978 SMITHVILLt LIVESTOCK COMM CO Phone 512-237-2258 or 512-237-2629 Smithville Livestock Comm. Co. Sale Every Wednesday All I 00 p.m. livestock bonded and insured ( tm\ I t in.■ H<i\trop 512-321-3015 IBUIHIMHHI Hilll l\lM% Jt Smithiillt 512-237-3203 tooooowoooooooooood smithville stock thlOLD VtXMZRs APRIl. 24-30, 197H I linger tlgM puU cold l (liKhl Daylight Saving llmr Apnl .10 U«*t your dmL «hrml one hum Ih'Iom- frlirtiig on ihv ?Mthl Emptftif HirohHo Kiin Apt it JK I 11 I quartet til thr rmxin April it AveMgv* k'Mlh ol day* lor ihr wt*vk, 1t hour* mlnutr* Zip- (Hi p.itvntrti April l'> 1911 flu MOf tmikr ii tnur m,"r rtptntnv or ittoif i m/'iit hi at flu hi ll ic f/u'ly' Hull u tr'ii ril A k Ihr OKI farmer In Ihr day ul Hti'.im loiumolivrt, the imlfo.nl iomp«nir« pliml water low*i> .>l Interval* lor refilling Ihr bmlero Mow Jul thrv keep Ihr waler from freezing in thr winter mpetial...
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1978 ?5C j>45 P5C 30- ?5- THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THV1LLE. TEXAS 78<i57 SEC. II. PAGE 5 CLIU Announces Winners Subscribe To The TIMES CLIU MEMBERS—Standing are Father Leonard Leddv. Francis Goeru Kvran Fev seated are Thomas Goertz. Minnie Bartsch. and Clifton Goenz -TimeTph?to .. Eskew V BASTROP - Joe Ed- ■ ward Eskew. Sr.. 78. of Bastrop, died Tuesday. April 11. Services were held Thursday at First ; United Methodist Church X of Bastrop with burial at Fairview Cemetery. Eskew was born in , the Watterson commun- itv of Bastrop County on Oct. 10, 1899. He was the <7. son of Henry James i Eskew and Mary Watter- son Eskew. He lived most Obituaries Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Wo- tipka and Mrs. Thekla Armstrong, both of Smith- ville; four nieces. Mrs. Eleanor Blanchard of Virginia Beach, Virgin- ia. Mrs. Laverne Payne of Beeville, Mrs. Edna Heppner of Sandia, and Mrs. Frances Dopson of Pettus, Texas; seven nephews. Braden Cook of Corpus C...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
SEC. II. PAGE 6 I HI HAS I HOP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 Most Complete Listings in Bastrop County Real Estate Market We're looking for buyers and sellers Coll DAVISON REALTY Bill Davison, Broker Molly 1 odd, Salesperson .WO Olive Sniilhville, Texas 78957 Office 512/117 3606 WALTON CONST. CO. Custom Home Builders We offer free estimates, and help with plans and financing. We build complete homes or any portion of it for you. We build quality homes at reasonable prices. Let us help you plan your new home by calling 321-2M7 in Hastrop. Wendell K. Walton - owner MOORE REAL ESTATE LISTINGS WANTED Open 7 Days A Week 713-249-3375 t>5 ACRES • West Point Area. S^XX) per acre. 1 j min- erals. Selectively cleared with coastal. Also several ponds. 82 ACRES - 3 Br. home. All in coastal. West Point area. ' > minerals. Very good financing. 18.8 ACRES Smithville area 60% wooded. Al- ready set up for mobile home. 491 ACRES - West Point area. 60®« wooded Se\ eral tanks—one spring-fe...
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1T8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 7895" SEC. II. PAGE 7 Widest County Readership (limes CLASSIFIED Phone Today! Bastrop Off ice 321 -5721 SmithvilleOffice 237-2461 Full County Coverage ^* -Scrap plywood siding & Ilumber. Different si/es. .New A: used. *2"x4" - 4' to 12' long. 2"x6" - 4' to 12' long. :-2"xl0" -4" to 12' long. -2"xl2" - 4' to 10' long. '•Nelson Parks. ■ 2nd, Smithville. 2()ti W. 9-tfc ogs for For Sale Services Public Notice MONUMENTS Memorial of Endur- 2-ing Beauty. A complete ::line of Quality Granites, v Honest Dependable >. Service. Reasonable SJPrices. All work fully ^guaranteed. Temple Granite Works, • Mrs. C.M. Pesl, Rep- V resentative. 801 Wilkes. ♦. Smithville. Tex, 78957 Ph. 237-2730. t'^OR REAL bargains in ''-flew and used furniture. V'No. 2. Main Street, Smith- ♦ tviile. Phone 237-21 1 1. FOR S ALE ■New and used butane '^systems. Phone 237-2521 " tfc LOOSE DIAMONDS XPrice quotes - Kragh's ;►'Jewelry. Bastrop, M2 ;Ij3...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 20 April 1978
THIS (IU8INE HH 16 CONSUMER PREFERRED HIGHWAY 71 SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 237-2165 SPECIALS FOR APRIL 20-26 WE WELCOME FOOD STAMPS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7a m. -9 p.m. * SUPERMARKET krnmmmmwsm s mVHaaHBBaHHaHaHg BAKERY TREATS 1 1/2 LB. LOAF BUTTER KRUST HONEY MEAL BREAD 67( MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 1 LB. CAN $2.59 2 LB. CAN $5.17 INSTAN T MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 10 02 $4.69 MANNATH'S iGOURMET HEAVY GRAIN FED BEEF rue suPtwoH reeo lot aeer fof Gou'mel flavor Goyrm#t f "jd«*r n#** untOAdtftOfMlly 1 CLUB STEAK HANNATH OUNO $2.49 SEVEN ROAST QUALITY MEATS HICKORY SMOKED BACON " s1 WIENERS reg. or beef "85' > 1 lb. roll 89' iSOURMET HEAVY GRAIN-FED BEEF THE SUPERIOR FEED LOT BEEF for Gourmet flavor. Gourmet tender ness. unconditionally guaranteed • r.oi SHORT RIBS PERFECT FOR BAR-B-Q A «| -f% Q POUND V I ROUND STEAK POUND $1.35 HUCK ROAS POUND $1.09 JIMMY DEAN'S PORK SAUSAGE CEDAR FARM BOEOGNA POUND SIRLOIN STEAK POUND DON'T HESITATE TO ASK FOR SPECIAL CUTS OVER-THI -COUNTER SIRVICES SELECT YOUR OWN CU...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 April 1978
M ) 1 astrnp (llnlmtu - icrxfjln bwtWr, Inc. ^ • °* Box 45436 ^ CaliUii, 7>ix is 75235 (Lltmes x 20' SERVING: SMITHVILLE, BASTROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL. 87, NO.17 FOUR SECTIONS. 30 PACKS THURSDAY. APRIL 27^ 19" Commissioners Hear Refectory Defense TP&W Requests Buescher Study FATAL SCENE — The 1977 Honda driven by Terrv Lee Eagle lies upside down below the Alum Creek bridge on Texas 71. Eagle's body was found where group of persons is standing left background. —Times Photo One-Car Wreck Kills La Grange Man SMITHVILLE — Early morning travelers on Highway 71 Monday passed over the Alum Creek Bridge unaware that a young man lay dead in the high grass in the culvert under the bridge, victim of an auto accident apparently unwit- nessed by anyone. When the body of Terry Lee Eagle, 23, was found by Joe Patterson of Alum Creek about 8 a.m., it was already cold and stiff, indicating the young man had been dead several hours. Eagle's body lay approximately 80 feet from his ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 April 1978
ShC. I. PAGE 2 __ _ • IIIIHIIIIIIHIIHmilHIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIMIHHIMIIIHIIIIllHllllillHIIMII HMIIHIMIUIIMIIHIIIIMHIIHIIIIIIllHlli Our/ r HI BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 1Tb imons 'Round, The County i Letters To The Editor By Hob Vickers „IHIIIIIUIIIIHHIIHII#lflllHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIlnillllllllllHIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIHIHWIHIIIIimillllMIIIIU( Continuing Saga... By now you would think wc poor peasant* would know not to eipect fast action from anv arm of the government, yet we plod on, hoping our requests will not be tied up in yard after yard of bureaucratic red tape and feeling the frustration of being put off time after time So is the feeling of those county residents w ho have been taking an act ive part in the fight to preserve the refectory building at Buescher Park. Since January of this year the recreation hall has been closed down "for repair." or so the sign on the door says. On Jan. 27, Parks department engineers and ad...