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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

# :#«M . 57 }st I r* hi J ttoe lour ing on the I 1 eh ire with rem It ha! I js 7 | kork |uKk |k i#rs off I.SWJ |nig two w# JlCh til* I lame I | rattta J I |ut a him last I l ret a I I on lli l 47 I |-i David ,arry I dial in I I I i ppt (or I eouW jiorth- a<l his most right Lll'l ttlr ill set- hM>n THURSDAY, OCTOBEH 23, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 page 9 Bears Upset By Brahmas, 14-7 GALLANT EFFORT flit Bastrop Bears made a gailaut effort to salvage what turned out to be * real thnller in thnr battle against Halletsville Fn dav night A drive iu the last minuteof the ball game finally ran down when tune ran out on the surprised Hears Above, a pass ,!!()•> by the stretched haiuls of a Bastrop receiver Then a sue . essful pass was hauled in and taken out of bounds Below hopeful Hear quarterback, BUI Forte, watches a sailing pass that • ato end up incomplete Ihetetaldn was an effort to conn- hack after Halletsville stunned the Bears by going ahead with ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

-wjgiwiwT nflinf'fflf* PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMFS, SMITHVILLE, TKXAS 18957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, MS A Special Weekl\ Service From The Bastrop County Times a Cotton Crop Damaged And Delayed By Bad Weather RALEIGH - Bad weather has damaged and delayed much of this year's cotton crop, forcing economists here at Cotton Incorporated to lower their estimate of the 1975 crop size to 8 5 million bales The decline, down from a previous estimate of 9 3 million bales, is strengthening prices for producers, says David Cox, Cotton Incorpor- ated vice president for eco- nomic research and develop- ment " Prospects of a smaller than expected crop are cur- rently the biggest single factor behind the recent market price advances. "Cox says, although he adds that continuing im- provement in domestic de- mand for cotton has been, and will continue to be, the domi- nant force in the market The Cotton Incorporated crop prediction could change again, says David Jordening. Cotton Incorporated manage...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMJTHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PACE U Vita Craft Demonstration Educates Homemakers POT TALK Times Photo SMITHVILLE - Mr. and Mrs Ivan Webb of Viti Craft' conducted a two-hour demon- stration of waterless cooking methods for the Home Eco- nomics classes of Smithville High School last Thursday Although Webb's company, Vita Craft, produces and dis- tributes the stainless steel waterless cookware and acts as agents for Imperial Knife Company cutlery, Oneida flat- ware and Valure China, the ob- ject of the demonstration was to educate students in the ad- vantages of waterless cooking, not to sell the company's wares At the conclusion of the demonstration, Webb pre- sented the Home Demonstra- tion classes with a starter set of Vita Craft cookware for usp 1„ 7 Times pnoto VITA CRAFT DONATES Times Photo BIRTHDAYS AT THE TOWERS Eatelle Clark, 77, was the lone celebrant at the October Birthday Party held at the Towers last week Other residents obs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

3RZ I. &«* ****# * PAGE 12 THK BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITBV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1975 <K~ The Bastrop County Times COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE...: You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! c 4 Li at'ORuiA zurs i / 237-2461 TODA Y! READ THE CLASSIFIEDS.... I OCX INC HIGH0!.(W You might find what your looking for!!! FOR SALE LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co phone 237-2402, P.O. Bo* 509, Smithville, Texas 78957. 28-tf FOR SALE - New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521 tfc Apt Size Range for Sale Perfect Condition. See at !03 HudRins 237-3667 42-2t ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (I) each Hallicrafters 4 Band. HAM", short wave receiver (!) each Oscilloscope probes. RCA with 10" test FANCY CAKES Will bake for birthdays, anniversary's aqd other occasions Call Barbara Michna, 839-4370, after 6 00 p.m. Rosanky tfc FOR SALE: New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521. tf (1) each Signal Generator 100 kc - 600 mc with leads (1...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

^ I ! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1975 BASTROP COU NTY TIMES THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMKS, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 7«'J37 PAGE 19 CIMSIFM 1 SECTlOn Employment Waitress Wanted! Weekend duty only, must apply in person Contact Ronnie Bech 865 3726 for app't 38-tf Community Case Worker (or the Mentally Retarded College degree required $734.00 per month Apfili - cations may be picked up at the Bastrop Vocational Workshop Phone 237- 5306 39-tf PUBLIC NOTICE LAW? The granddaughter oi patriots who had fought at Bunker Hill, this New England woman was initially pleased with her salary of J 2 for a week of hard working I.Vhour days at the textile null After all, the tw.o other vocation* open to women of the early 1800t, domestic work and teaching, paid about one-sixth that amount. She wrote the book, "1 oom and Spindle," to describe the working condition* of the "mill girls," many of whom, like herself, started at the age of 10 She organized one of the first labor unions for women and led suffrage movements,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

PAGE 14 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1975 ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE ARTS & CRAFTS rrrrrnTTUixniinm INSIDE 7V& mmiiirixumini Show Raises Premiums HOUSTON- Twenty- two auction sales will highlight the 197C Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, making it truly the marketplace of the Americas, while exhibitors at the show compete for a new high in premiums: $445,538 Scheduled to run from Feb- ruary 25 through March 7. with rodeo performances starting on February 27, the show is held in the $18 million, 18- acre, air-conditioned Live- stock Exposition Building The premium list, which is now available, details the en- tire 12-day show In all, there will be classes for 12 beef breeds five dairy breeds, five swine breeds. 11 sheep breeds, six horse breeds, five rabbit breeds, 22 poultry breeds and Angora goats. Three new cattle breeds . Gelbvieh, Tarentaise and Pol- led Santa Gertrudis. . . are in- cluded in the 1976 auction sales The Gelbvieh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

..,4 *- ' * > jpngpipup i|Piiy «« Supcerment To: Eloin Couri«r-Bastrop County Tirrm WILLIAMS A* % % w 100 WEST 2nd • ELGIN, TEXAS 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 torm of NEW LOW DISCOUNT FOOD PRICES. Today we're intro- ducing ... MINIMAX DISCOUNT PLUS As you shop your Minimax store, you will 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. LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL Look tor this symbol in your weekly ads. It means extra savings when you shop at Mini- max. Each week we ll offer you special low prices made possible by manufacturer s al- lowances and special purchases by our buyers. These items w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

km OAK VALLEY GRADE "A" WEEK-LONG SALE PRICES GOOD TMRU WED. OCT. 29th HEN TURKEYS 12-18 LB AVERAGE Sirloin Steak Round Steak Chuck Roast Seven Steak usda good junior beef usda good junior beef usda choice personally selected heavy beef lb USDA GRADE "A" usda choice personally selected heavy beef FRESH 12-02 BAG BEANS bonus spfccf al 1 13 19c Peanut Butter skippy with coupon 18 oz below: jar 79 c LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES Orange Juice Corn Popcorn Ctel Mont*; Unsweetened Good Value Whole Kernel Good Value Yellow 4602 CAN 12 02 CAN VLB PKG 58' 30' 33' Creamora Lawn Bags Green Beans Bor don's Hefty ?2-o<r*l 85 JAR 5-CT BOX *1 $105 Good Value 16W-0Z jJTf® With Potato** CAN %9 I Check Out Oua, Evciy "Day MORE mSCDOMT PRICES DISCOUNTS ON DAIRY FOODS La Cboy WHOLE VA GROUND FRYERS 4^ BEEF & La Choy Roast Stewing Beef T-Bone Rump Roast Slab Bacon Sausage Bologna Franks Sliced Bacon Round Bone USOA Choice "PS" Beef Boneless Steak USDA Good Junior Beef Bo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

1 =; ' •••+>* • * * *' r . , r * ' •«f* #■"* • * - - * > •• , •-■ * *« i c c:iAi> BONUS SPECl'At' JUMBO IROULS C Cookies MARY BAKER ASSORTED VARIETIES EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE! 3 $1 Crackers SUNSHINE KRISPY BONUS SPECIAL! 1-LB BOX 49 LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES 1" Tomato Juice I05 Tissue IV Detergent F ir t Pick Good Value White or Auorted Good Value Powikirecl 46 02 RRC CAN iJSP 65c 98' Good Value Liquid 4R0LL PKG GIANT 11UC BOX Detergent Peas Grapefruit Juice 32-O7 0SKC BTL Le Sueur 17-OZ CAN 65' 39' Hi-C Fir*t Pick 46-OZ Pink CAN V9 Fruit Drinks Fruit Cocktail Pork & Beans Camp's 46-OZ ROC CAN Del Monte 17-OZ CAN 15/.OZ CAN 53' 39° 24' Spam Spaghetti Creamer Canned Luncheon Meat franco American 12-oz ode CAN T.V. Non-Dairy 1&-OZ CAN 16-OZ JAR 99' 24' 89' ■ ms Discount Pfilcea TXacouitfc'Boiuia Special! r DISCOUNTS ON EROZEN FOODS MORE DISCOUNT PRICES I9< 17' 19' 19' Cobblers...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

■ : v.- , i faf j MINIMAX THOUSANDS OF PLUS... Quality, Variety & Service. GOOD VALUE VAN CAMP'S DEL MONTE GOOD VALUE paper! towels fruit cocktail pork! i& beans 15V -OZ CAN 26 OZ BOX JUMBO ROLL 17 OZ CAN GOOD VALUE HUSBAND PLEAS! ranch style beans MARY BAKER pinto beans saltinei crackers '' wm BUTTERMILK or SWEETMILK KRAF r GOLDEN NIP FROZEN FIRST PICK PINK IlM biscuits GRAPEFRUIT juice! 46 OZ CAN

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

§11111 BANKAMERICARO WHY SHOULO YOU SHOP MtCOYS? HOWABOUTRETURNED MERCHANDISE? mi wan; to -as e monev mi ail vour home improvement airriais, go to your ntarcsi McCoy's Building Supply ("en ter. You will not find very fano friiis or costly displays. These >st you money in the end, You will find large stocks of brand name merchandise at everyday low prices. There s nothing fancy or expensive about McCoys—just friendh people trying to make your dollar go a lot lurthei Ii the merchandise rs man lefective, which some umev nappens, there is never v question on returns.When lerchandise in resaleable million. is returned within .10 aavs for credit on other purchases, there in no charge. Anv returns for cash refund? win carry a 10% restocking charue. No return on Lumber. LOW PRICED HOW 00 YOU PAY AT McCOY S? WHAT ABOUT DELIVERY SERVICE7 McCov's will deliver anv amounl of materials for minimum $7.50 charge. Check your local -.tore for regular delivery area. Why a deliv charge? McCoy's beli...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

^aste* chafg€ STORE HOURS Monday Thru Friday 8 A.M.-6 P.M. Saturdays 8 A.M.-5P.M. 2Vi Miles East Hwy. 90 263-5400 A W' & IS a rji *! 3 ^ O P ,2 & ^ - - * . Q 5 g S f 5- S * ®>S * $ s* . £ if 3- 2. 3 =r 3 sf > a. ft £ a a ' "I o ^ 4 ~ ... u 2 2 5' •r 2 SI 3 c r ft - O ' -4 — B I ;kk 2-- jy "1 ^ wi n? C/> us p" 9 dfa o 3 2* 3' >- s 5 * * C * 2-S.g. &5 S 3 2o-g 2 "3 3? ' _. g. 5 o < « «• «• 2 3 o'*!. r 3 ^ *• g « - - % *— —■ _ «C 3 ► S-sr 3 p - ST. *x y ■3. !± ?■ Lli HIS f . ? 5 « 3

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

STANLEY Single Hung-Gtozeo ALL WINDOW PRICES INCLUDE HALF SCRKS WeCOV S SELLS ONLY HEAVY DUTY At I EXTRUDED ALUMINUM WINDOWS Of HIGH QUAi STY COME IN AND SEE THE DIFFERENCE TODAY HAMPER 16 Oz. Curved 2330 1 STEELMASTEH No. ST1-1/2 16 oz 7.33 3050 11.3* J 2.33 14-22 !fc.3t rv*r *• rtr*3o J'8"*3'0 rr *4-4 rr *str *xrn2vr 3ir*44- 3"0"*5'0' • Finest hammer ever made! • All steel with non-slip cushion grip 17.BS 15.29 WM 1*.2 Horizontal Sliding-Glazed SAWS 39-308 8 pt 4" 39-108 8 pt 1095 39-111 11 pt 1095 OBSCURE 10.95 14.77 '0"x3'0" 15.95 60"x3D 20.66 c HALF SCREEN INCLUDED Screwdrivers 49< "159 Full sued 6 flute handles • Forged Tool Steel Blades • All popular sizes POWERLOCK PL10 TAPE RULE — 10 ft Vi" power return blade coated with Mylar? FOR 25' x 54 ROUGH OPENING • EXTRA STORAGE EASY TO SNSTALt i UTILITY KNIFE ALUMINUM SR\«tan DISAPPEARING STAIRWAY PRE-HUNG No. 99 THIS NEW AND UNIQUE fOtO ING STAIRWAY IS DESIGNED AND BUflT 5ff\ LIGHTER YET 5ff STRONGER FOLDING WOOD RULE 96 ^ ALUM...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

: . ' ' ROOFING TOP IT OFF WITH A FLINTKOTE ROOF • 235 Lb. • 12"x36" • 3 Bundles per Sq. FLINTKOTE • White, Brown, Green # as available SELF SEALING 95 Per Sq. (100 sq. ft.) BONDED BY FLINTKOTE FOR 15 YEARS 14 Corrugated Roofing 29 U S Gauge 26" Wide As Available 8'... 107. 12'. 14'. 16'. STRONG • DURABLE 3.28 4.11 .4.93 6.05 6.85 W-^ . 11 For patio, greenhouse, you name it! ORNYTE Fiberglass Panels 8'. SAL| $469 10'. 12'. :69 26" Wide UmlMi ROLL ROOFING 6 95 MINERAL SURFACE White or Green 90 Lbs Per Roll FELT Ann '5 Lb (Asphalt) O 4 Sq 30Lb (Asphalt K 2 Sq ALWAYS SEE McCOY S FOR LOWER PRICES CEMENT & COATINGS ROOFING CEMENT 1 Ga' Can . 5 Gal Can ROOF COATING FIBER 1 Gal Can 5 Gal. Can COLO PROCESS CEMENT 1 Gal. Can 5 Gal Can ASPHALTIC ALUMINUM SEALER 1 Gai Can 5 Gal Can 1.88 6.49 1.88 6.49 1.88 6.49 4.22 17.88 PGLY-FliM 4 Mil Clear 10' x 25' 377 20' x 25' T2 4' x 50' 2U 6' x 50' 369 8' x 50' 495 16' x 50' ..9s8 REINFORCING MESH IOga. <! 0 go.-750 sq. ft rol 34*77 6 ga. x 6 g...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

Kitchen Cabinets by KITCHEN KOMPACT KK Cabinets aren t just for the kitchen. Use your imagination ond make vanities, desks, neadboards. bars, bookshelf walls, or whatever you want! PREFORMEO Countertop TH€ £ASf WAf TO ttMOOfl toy* COUNTE® 70T IWTOtINC END CAPS AVAILABLE AT 85e EA. Got a Butcher Length Oust Block V 13.44 14.4* f If.14 20.88 8' 25.44 28.33 10' 29.88 31.88 12- 15 77 38 22 Lazy SeitM Style <6 *«3e 78 49 Sink Base Unit 34V Mtfk x 24 Beep 90" '#«3e 7*49 rrwoe 65 44 REFRI6ERAT0R CABINETS 15" HIGH x 12"DEEP 30" Wide 36" Wide RANGE CABINETS 21" HIGH u. 12" DEEP 24" Wide 30" Wide 36 Wide OVEN CABINETS 24" wide x 34" high x 24" deep 22" x 25"—37" opening 81.95 22" x 38"-44' opening WALL CABINETS 30" HiGHx 12 'DEEP 12" Wide 18" Wide 24" Wide 27" Wide 30" Wide 36" Wide 48" Wide WALL CORNER CABINETS 30" HIGH x 12"DEEP 24" Wide 28.77 36' Wide 34.33 24" Angle 39.95 24.95 26.22 25.59 29.66 31.95 81.95 21.95 25.59 28.95 34.33 35.95 39.95 46.49 BASE CABMETS 34-!/? High >24' Dee?...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

' r. -. -■ V ^ ;* j Sl«**5 f«!C4 D taflrasw <4c* TREATED FENCE POSTS 6V2 ft. 2" Min. Top 6V2 ft. 3" Min. Top 6V2 ft. 4" Min. Top 8 ft. 4" Min. Top 8 ft. 6" Min. Top 69c SAL E 1.15 1.89 2.29 5.88 Other Sizes Available FENCING ftuuoMG supply cENrm YOUR FARM FENCING HEADQUARTERS Many Other Farm and Ranch Items Available Barbed Wire • I2V2 gauge • imported 1895 per reel • 15V2 gauge imported • High tensile . ft0- • 80 rod reel | ^j| Apache Fence Gates X V I 77 '• r*M* 1 mst with KMimut 4' 10' 12' 14' 16' 13.44 27.95 30.88 .16.88 38.95 GALVANIZED Field Fence 22 32' High, 8 Wires 6" Spacing . 20 Rod Rolfs QI ^ 330 Linear Ft W I 35 High. 6 Wires With 12" Spacing t- 20 Rot1 Rolls MmW k. 330 Linear Ft 39 High, 9 Wires frfcWith 12" Spacing r 20 Rod Rolls 330 Linear Ft 39* GALVANIZED Welded Wire Fence © 2" x 4" opening • 48" high • 14 gauge • 50 foot roll 1422 Poultry Netting • 50 ft. rolls • 1" mesh 24" 595 36" 822 48" 1033 Picket Fence • Redwood Slats • Gothic Pointed • Twisted Wire 36" x...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

■mmm You'll be warmer in winter, } cooler in summer With Owens-Corning Fiberglas Insulation in your home You II save on heating bills for years to come You II even save on installation when you do it yourself Stop in and let us show you how easy it is OWENS - CORNING Fiberglas Insulation ROLLS sq. ft./roll pes./roll 70 14 107.33 14 m sq. ft. 85.00 cost/roil 5.95 15"x56 23"x56 6" Thick 15"x32 23"x32 174.50 174.50 Ul O

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 23 October 1975

wmmmm nmwiww fl ff "" ""ll1""* '**n! Prefinished Wood Moulding (NOT PLASTIC) FIVE SHADES TO CHOOSE FROM CASING COVE CAP I BATTEN | SHOE 68* OUTSIDE CORNER J33 INSIDE CORNER STOP

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

• '■ X K* « - THIS WEEK IN '(The (Limes: Murder Trial W HIM M Picture Page Sports P2 Pb PH &. 9 Fifteen Cents % as trap Olulnttu ■ wf" f .. V-,1t/r. r , li.C, P. U. Box 45436 l7fl JLXilS| t ex. (Times >35 SERVING. SMITH VILLI:, BASTROP. ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY VOL 84, NUMBER 44 Manslaughter Trial Of Houston THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1975 Jury Returns Charge Of Guilty BASTROP Friday, Oc- tober 24, James Houston ot Elgin was found guilty of In- voluntary manslaughter of Lm Arthur Green. also of El- gin The case, heard In Dis- trict Court, stemmed from a shooting incident in the Rendezvous inn in Elgin's South Side nearly a year ago. Judge C B Maynard came out of retirement tahear the case, since District Judge Jack Placke was District Attorney at the time ot Houston's in- dictment The state was rep- resented by the new D.A . Charles J Sebesta, and the defense was presented by Roy Q Mint on and Charles R Burton of Austin and Bob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

— ;|3 . J';.;' 4 ■ PAGE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Our/ inions Vote NO On Constitution Next Tuesday, November 4. Texas citizens go to the polls to vote either "For" or "Against" a new State Constitution We recommend an "Against" vote - which will have the effect of approving our present Constitution And, we recommend an "Against" vote rejecting all eight (8) propositions, listed in an over-simplified manner on the ballot dealing with the various facets of Texas Government. We reject the "new" Constitution because we believe it changes the century old concept of Texas government from one of Constitutional restraint to permissiveness The new" Constitution will give unprecedented power to the Texas Legislature - and is certain to have a big "price tag" on it for Texas taxpayers to swallow in the future Annual sessions, a salary commission to deal with Legislator pay, lifting the ceiling on welfare payments by the State and the cost of judicial revision are just...

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