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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, >975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 3 Voluntary Manslaughter Verdict In Bastrop Trial . . . . j ■ I 1 j* i to I one | I 1-ff J I 00 I | at at I 1 in a "ill j I I be I I I ran I Ins I MP from Page of self-defense The defense also inquired as to whether any on the panel might feel art ob- ligation to one of the state's chief witnesses, Elgin Police Chief Oscar Dungan, or to the Green family or to Mr Sebesta When the attorneys representing both sides had finished with their questions, the judge declared a recess until 2 PM When the court session re- sumed, the court clerk read the uames of the jurors sel- ected, those jurors were sworn in, (ftd the remainder of the panel was dismissed The judge emphasized his ad- monitions to the jury, remind ing them that until they re- tired to consider their verdict, they were not to discuss the case with anyone and were es penally prohibited from going to the scene of the accident to take a look at i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

; PAGh 4 T.IK BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1975 Goertz, Kadura Wed of pun (HI i ROCKNE Miss Monica Denise Goertz, (laughter of Mr and Mrs Mark Goertz of Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, became the bride of Glennis Michael Kadura, son oi' Mr and Mrs William Kadura also of Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, in a double ring ceremony, Saturday. Sep- tember 27, in Sacred Heart Church, Rockne, at 2 30 p m Father A1 Palermo, pastor, was principal celebrant of the Nuptial Mass Father Alois Goertz of San Antonio, uncle of the bride, officiated at the exchanging of the Vows, and Father Victor Goertz of Wato, another uncle of the bride, gave the homily William Goertz of Austin, the bride's uncle served as lector for the mass. Acolytes were the brother of the bride, Brian Goertz. and nephew of the groom. Dwayne Meuth of Austin, Mr and Mrs Eugene Briggs of Rockne. sister and husband of the groom were gift bearers. Ushers were Ricky Tucker, and Ernest Bartsch, cousin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIM^S, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 Annual Awards Banquet Held Tuesday SMITHVILLE -Smithvllle's Business and Professional Women's Club, Inc., high- lighted National H4PW week with their 10th Annual Awards Banquet Tuesday night, oc tober 21 Winners of the top awards for 1975 were O.C Robinson, as Boss of the Year, Pat Jones, Women of the Year; and Carolyn Smith Woman of Achievement Mayor Albert Crawford of ficially welcomed members and guests, and was followed at the rostrum by Virginia Rauch, Director of District VI, Texas Federation of Bus- iness and Professional Wo men's Clubs, Inc Guest speakers for tfie event were State Representative John Wilson and Bastrop County Attorney Neal Pfeiffer, who spoke for and against the proposed new Constitution Pfeiffer, speaking against the Constitution, stated that although there are many good thiiign included in ttie propo- sals, there were also bad sec- tions which must be Included in the "packa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

' ' f THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 i<m THE BASTROP COUNTY TlMES,SMITHVlLLE.Tt:XAS78957 I Halloween a Spooks Of Photos By Susan Guedry BOO! ■y ■^n mmrmrm \ &A 4, ' V PRAISE TO THt GREAT PUMPKIN wm > Ml, TIED I P ?< BMi l R SOME I EARSOME ¥^,1*«• ;> * & WITC H OF THE FAR EAST 5 ■a f* c, . • • SHADOW AND I R 11 ND HER ROYAL HIGHNESS LUCIEER, JR 7 UnC,*; +jtf " 5* JEf, '*<••••. mm r. ' vf w MASTER BOZO fc ALL ARMS FOI I OW M I f

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

Frosty Acres Leaf or Chopped SPINACH ,ooz 17' FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice * o, 4/85c Frosty Acres 8 Oz. CAULIFLOWER 29c Frosty Acres Broccoli Cuts oo. 27c THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 7BU57 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1975 Mil e FOLGER'S WESSELS SUPERETTE JUMBO ROIL CORONET TOWELS 2/890 RENOWN CUT GREEN BEANS LIBBY'S SWEET PEAS 303 303 MILK CANS vfTlZtO evaporated 37C RENOWN TOMATOES 3/$1.00 ALAD DRESSING 32 OZ |3| ——— A iflE ,<&]> « ''M) A CAMPBELLS #1 SIZE TOMATO SOUP 4/891 * CAMPBELL S CREAM OF #1 SIZE CHICKEN SOUP 4/89< VAN CAMP S PORK & BEANS >™3/89< ROSEDALE 303 GREEN LIMAS 39< VAN CAMP S 8 OZ. CHILEE WEENIE 3/$1.00 CARNATION INSTANT MILK •" $1.8 7 YELLOW BEEF STEW POPCORN 33< Wk W FLOUR 4$ ¥/ GLADIOLA 5 POUNDS 5 POUNDS 25 POUNDS 89c$4 3R & ARMOURS 24 OZ. 891 POPS RITE I POUND SPUDS 8 $1.15 APPLES 79C TOKAY GRAPES 39C BANANAS " ■ 490 LETTUCE 3 ■ $1.00 TOMATOES 3185 $100 SHORT CUT 8 OZ SKINNERS MACS OR SPAGHETTI 3 - 89 LIQUID SWEETNER RIL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

PAG I V THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Yeomen Down Wildcats THURSDAY. OCTOBER «). 1075 Cameron Remains Undefeated ELGIN - The Elgin Wild- cats made a valiant stand a - gainst Class A As top-ranked Cameron Friday night Though the Yeomen won 27-0 the Wild- cats managed to hold them scoreless through the entire first quarter, and at the half Cameron had scored only one T.D Capping a fifty yard drive, Cameron's Jafus White ran the ball over from the one to score, and YsidroTametadd- ed the (Kiint after In the third quarter Brian Wilkinson cap- tured another six points for the Yeomen in a run from the District Assignments Announced WORTHY PROJECT Times Photo These Student Council members took it upon themselves to clean up and paint up the Barry Field rest rooms as one of their 1975-76 service projects. They are, left to right: Michael Garcia, Danny Ingram, Jody Kadlecek, Karen Kuratko, Tammara Griesenbeck, JoAnn Oliver, Bobbie Gerland and Ida Price C.H. Evans Re-elect...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 9 Smithville 7 Weimar 2 La Grange 10 Bastrop 7 Hays Cons. 0 Hallettsville 0 Giddings 28 Luling 20 Cameron 27 Elgin 0 Tigers Thwart Wildcat Challenge Times Photo SMITH SCORES TIGER TD La Grange Comes Back To Down Bears, 10-7 by Demi Prentiss BASTROP - The scoreboard may have said 10-7 in favor of the La Grange Leopards, but the Bastrop Bears won a de tensive vietoi v Friday night in their battle with the district's top-ranked team which is seeded sixth over ail in the state A number of Bastrop players played a fine game and gave the over-confident Leopards qu:t< a scare as La Grange was held scoreless ami with only two first downs in the entire first half Capitalizing on fine defensive plav the bears scored first on a four yard run by Andrew Dixon with the extra poiot kicked by George Neef Midway through the second quarter the Bears took off on the drive that ended in Dixon's TD, driving 88 yards in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

THURSDAY, (X TO HI H 30, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TlMKS. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 HOME \ECOM GAME ING SMITHVILLE TIGERS VS. BASTROP in Smithville Friday, Oct. 31 8 p.m. The following businesses and merchants are urging the Tigers on to victory: Quality Chevrolet - Buick Co. 300 E. Third Phone 237-2115 Vacek Pharmacy 206 Main Phone 237-2364 Saunders Ins. Agency 305 Main Phone 237-2565 Smithville Food Lockers 305 Rojrstos Phone 237-2438 Builders Supply 704 E Third Phone 237-2402 Smith Pharmacy 219 Main Phone 237-221! Western Auto 217 Main 237-2428 Shirocky s Grocery 314 Main Phone 237-2423 Feeder Supply W 2nd It Ramona Phone 237-2420 Clarence's Refrigeration & Electric 205 F 2nd Phone 237-2156 Marrs & Deans Florist 106 Olive Phone 237 2425 First State Bank 201 Main Phone 237-3222 Marhil Manufacturing 113 West 2nd Phone 237-3212 E. O. Sharp Butane Co. 304 West Third Phone 237 2521 United Food Store 207 Main Phone 237 2180 Tex-Print Corp. 205 f- Third Phone 237-3566 Smithville Fed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

\ . A Supoerment To: Elqin Courier Bastrop Countv Timet V* WILLIAMS INTMA Y JLll JhL JLTJL JtTL wdmmbm 100 WEST 2nd • ELGIN, TEXAS % *% "vv '°e * HUNT'S I Ml $ 15-0Z CANS USOA GRADE "A" RAINBOW BEANS d S- 12-02 BAGS I 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 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 for 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 pos...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

. -.* ■ ■ - , IF**? =§*. fefvy^i ..* '\9?ww f) 3r ••*•••,. i ^ • '■ .'■# ■ *. 'At"".' WEEK-LONG SALE PRICES GOOD THRU WED NOV 5th f ■ - 6 *<*&****- . - JK'.*.1; ' • DEL M6NTE CUT c:P GREEN DEEF ROAST JUNIOR BEEF CHUCK ROAST LB JUNIOR BEEF V*>, Mi Rib Steak Seven Steak 89 Beef Brisket - $1 19 USDA GRADE "ft" JUN1CR BEEF / WHOLE ^ CROWN® JUNIOR BEEF . A $1 !■# - 16, ■ CANS ■ Wesson Oil Everyday Low Discount Price 24-OZ BTL LOOK AT THE DISCOONT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES Cracker Jacks 3-Minute Oats Tomato Paste 4H-OZ BOX Quick or 18-OZ Old Fashioned BOX 39' Hunt's 46-02 $1 CANS I Tomato Sauce Kotex Kotex Hunt's 1502 CAN 36 Now Freedom Man Mixh 30-CT $f 79 BOX I New Freedom Mint PiK) Check. Out Ou/t EvCiy Day MORE DISCOUNT PRICES •V to (J FRYERS ARM ROAST Spaghetti Crackers Oreo Cookies Aluminum Foil American Beauty Long Nabisco Premium Nabisco laoz PKG 16-02 PKG 15-OZ pkg 37s 59° 85° F.rstPick 12" * 26' "9116 ROLL Sausage Spaghetti Creamer Salad Dressing Armour Vienna...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

79 1135 129 HON US SPECIAL1 iesJEiWffoij i &iAfw>tt pw/ p| Hi Q , I BEANS I • RAINBOW ■ 12-OZ i BAGS Charmin Tissue 69c Miracle Whip KRAFT Everyday Low Discount Price 32-OZ JAR 97 LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES EOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES LOOK AT THE DISCOUNT PRICES Cranberry Juice Bleach Yams Sno Whit# Ocean 4802 Spray STL fc-GAL JUG Princella 29 OZ CAN 97e 39' 49° Detergent Fabric Softener Shortening Good Value Liquid 32-OZ BTL Hunt's Plush GAL$t JUG I Snowdrift 3-LB CAN 09 $|49 Ketchup Mandarin Oranges Tomatoes 38- l^OZHHC BTL Amigos First "-OZjIfi® Pick CAN «J>V Bean Dip Taco Sauce A™ " 354 OZ CAN Hunt'* Whole 57e Dog Food Alpo Horse Meat Chunks BO Z CAN 1«*-OZ CAN 22« 41° 34« Discount P/uc&i DUeouitfc'Bonuu SpeciflM KWJilll'iWilirTffllTH /" LAST 2 WEEKS; N ( 7 Sales Rights Reserved (jood Value 160Z PKG Fish Sticks Strawberries Whipped Topping ,v 59c Trcphy Sliced lOOZ CTN 69* 29c mm nip-frozin LAST 2 WEEKS! TEASPOON •DINNER FORK DINNER KNIFEj SALAD FORK In the beauti...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

Page HI THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLK, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1975 I Sfed&fc* ' vw .. S'>V, ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVER YONE -' . ARTS & CRAFTS Circus Comes To Austin AUSTIN - The fatned Shrine Circus, an entertainment with a G rating, will move into Aus- tin for a six-day, 13 perfor rnanoe run at the City Col- iseum October 28 through November 2 Destined to delight anyone from one to 101, the '7f> circus will feature the craziest clown group you could assemble, a number of daring aerial acts, show bii' top French poodle troupe and the best lion tamer going While most of the acts in this year's show - sponsored by Austin's Ben HurShrlng Tem- ple -are brand new, the clowns will be the same familiar, funny faces. Gene Randow,the derby hatted, sad eyed goof- ball, and Blinko, who gives out hundreds of balloons to the kids, head up themadcappers You've seen Victor Julian s poodles before, too On TV At fairs With the Shrine They're the tops of the field The hea...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

Pfige B 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 — THURSDAY, OCTOBER JO, 1975 A Special Weekly Service From The Bastrop County Times ■ Sri Hi- Ta Pin Gri Sw Bla T01 FIF Gl Jt Pie Set Bet Spi Vie Sp< Rel Oni DEL FR CO Bat Jui Pea Ore Dot Dog Do| Oof HUS RA BE Mil! Gai Tof t, Ci Ca* Brucellosis Can Be Virtually Eliminated FORT WORTH - Calling on Congress to authorize a high- level feasibility study of the stumbling USDA brucellosis program, the Texas and south- western Cattle Raiser.s Asso- ciation reiterated its stand that brucellosis can be con- trolled to the point where it is virtually eliminated, "but it cannot be 'eradicated" as the USDA's present program is attempting In seeking a congressional investigation by reliable scientists, the TSCRA is following the plan instigated last summer by Congress when it authorized an unbiased team to thoroughly study the Screwworm Eradication Pro- gram and,report back its findings The screwworm ef- forts were praised by the stud...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, l 75 I I |ch | of iiii ln - m rh M THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVJLLE, TEXAS 78957 Page B 3 Hogs Bred For Local Shows Bv P R Smith SMITH VILLE - Seven years ago, Jerry Wayne Jennings de- cided to raise hogs as his FFA project in Smithville High School. Receiving per- mission from his parents, Lonnie and Nila Jennings, Jerry started building a small herd of Duroc hogs on the home place on Mount Pleasant Lonnie became Interested in the project and joined in, sug- gesting cross breeds 10 im- prove the quality of the show stock For the past four years, Jennings has carried on with the project that was originally his son's, and has provided show hogs to Smithville and •Bastrop FFA and 4-H members Their hogs have constantly placed high in both livestock shows "Our object is to provide good show animals to the youth of the community at a price they can pay," says Lonnie The Jennings recently mov- ed their hog operation from Mount Pleasant to a 4 and one half acre si...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

... ■ " -.**■.■ ft. ■ T . • -* - ■*■ *-i-- , * . Jv... ■' > y- * * «* W -v *y Vl - *-* * % ■+**■****?< i' '* •#<.-' . «•<£'« • - . , - ' ♦ *>■ '* * . -,«4 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1915 Page H4 The Bastrop County Times THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.... You Con SeM II QUICK! V aid INEXPENSIVE W CALL GEORGIA Z/ATS AT 237-2461 TOD A Yf READ THE CLASSIFIEDS.... LOOKING HOt&LCW You might find what your looking for!!! FOR SALE SERVICES. WANTED i « I ( I I I LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates. Builders Supply Co. phone 237-2402, P O Box 509, Smithville, Texas 78957 28-tf FOR SALE - New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521 tfc ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (1) each Hallicrafters 4 Foi' Sale Band, "HAM" receiver short wave (1) each RCA 10" Oscilloscope with test probes. (1) each Signal Generator 100 kc - 600 mc with leads. Apt. Size Range for Sale Perfect Condition See at 403 Hudgins 237-3667 42-2t 2 piece Livi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

V \ X V-"V' # \ ' \ \ • O THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 Paje B5 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES A message to voters i . All registered voters have an opportunity to vote in our Constitutional Election on Tuesday, November 4 Free and open elections are the jp foundation upon which Democracy is built. It is the responsibility of the Secretary of State to protect your voting rights If you have any problems voting on November 4. please call ue in Austin a! this to!l-free number 1-800-292-9677 Exercise your right to vote It s easy, and it's important Sincerely, /u,. / o, /£ T "« S*c#ta!y (i< Smi* NOVEMBER 4 Do you feel like you are being left out on what has been happening? Subscribe to The Times and get back into the swing of things. Subscription Rates: P. O. Box 269 , P. O. Box G $3.00 ( 26 Issues) Smithville $5 5Q ( 52 |ssues) tarop Jti V T RICHTER MEMBER LONE STAR WATER WELL ASSOCIATION LICENSE NO 20. Phone 713/542-2432 Phone r 12 86'. J.">IB...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 30 October 1975

M m **, Hffwof m «* * Papre Hfc THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 7*957 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1975 Smith Supply Co. All sale prices effective Nov. 3 thru Nov. 8 36" Electric Stock Prod $1395 Special Purchase! One Quart Thermos Reg. 54*> $Q50 Anti- Freeze $389 gal. Reg. Low Price Nails Every Day Low Price Box/Common 32c lb 50 lb. box Galvanized S 1 500 40c lb Plastic Pipe' P.vc, Drain or Black Coil 10% Discount All pipe and fittings. Cooper-Tox Livestock Stock Spray $850 - Purina Livestock io% Spray & Powder °pri«9 Lawn & Garden Tools Leaf Rakes-S 115 Bow Rake-s3/j Long Handle I Wheel Barrow 2 Only Reg. s I6J5 Sale s1472 Stove Pipe 6"-s 116 Ell-H37 Galv. Cap-* I45 Wood Heater 10% Discount & Concrete | Reinforcing Steel #3 Bar-M30 #4 Bar~*228 #5 Bar-S338 # 10 Wire Mesh $32oo Chain Link Farm Gates 10', 14', 16' 10% oft Barb Wire Plastic 15 Vi ga Gaucho Roof Reg. M7« Cement s16vs $205 8=i. Roofing Shingles 240 lb Choice of colors $ 1595 „ 15 lb Felt 4 sq Roll $7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

fciit THIS WEEK IN CLlie (Lintrs: will MM P 2 Photo Page P 7 Sports P 8 & 9 Circus p B 6 Fifteen Cents (L b e /-iCPof ?. Oinlnttu Veterans Day SERVING: SMITH VILLI:, BA STROP, ELGIN and ALL BASTROP COUNTY November n VOL 84, NUMBER 45 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1975 OED Program Outlined BASTROlr The Bastrop County Commissioners called an input meeting Monday in order to formulate an Overall Economic Development Pro- gram for the county The mayors from each city in the county and representative citizens helped formulate a set of development priorities to submit to the Economic Development Agency so that Bastrop County can again be- come eligible for EDA funds The county's certification, which designated it as a re- development area and made it eligible for grants that are likely to generate permanent jobs, expired in September Joel Wool ridge of CAPCO • as at the meeting helping to write the plan to be submitted to EDA After reviewing wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

mm • v* PAGE 2 )ur/ ✓ inions THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 CANT A btopfHL- ) Better HOPE FOR SPRING What's The Use? if you cut down on your energy consumption ;tn<i um • tricity you will not only help the national energy crisis but also save money on your utility bills. Right? Wrong, if you get your power from LCRA Over the past few months utility customers, you and I, have cut down on the amount of electricity they used In (Joint' so they may have helped the energy crisis but they may have done nothing to cut the cost of electricity You see, the LCRA didn't make enough monev over those past few months when consumption was down So now they want to add a sur charge to your electric bills to make up the difference. What it comes down to is that you are damned if you do and damned if you don't If you continue to use more electricity than you need you will be faced with bills like you got in August Rem ember those? But if you make an effort to cut down yotiv consu...

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