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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

W' r PNt" ■ I#**# ^ THURSDAY, NOVIMBKH 6,1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGF S I JIMi I he tin the ■ Kty fir the Bed I dor cun I in- I I fin? rt- | ,• Mir - |thui the Ita! M iSt! >rts I lion I I BC- I lins |nue |Vt Ifor |er of rk M* of I of Smithville's Youth Remembered SMITHVILLE - Mrs. ••'ranees Weishulm, President of the Smilhviliv Heritage So clety, is delighted to report 91 members are enrolled in Ulje Society 4f of October 28th ,;ta d she expressed hop*- that MlOO would bt members before • W® close of the Charter Mem - bership Roll when all dues 'postmarked by midniKht, Oc- tober 31, 1975 are counted ' At their meeting in Suiith- ville's City Hall, October 20th. business was completed and the members enjoyed a ses- sion of tape recorded recol lections Chester and Leona "< Shirocky had cajoled Mr Frank Shirocky into recalling ♦he building of the Catholic Church for the members of • tiu Society and this in turn produivd additional recollec- tions of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

Goertz - Bartsch Reunion Held ROCKNE - The Annual Reunion (or the Family of Rudolph Goertz and the lat> Mi' Hettle Bartsch Goertz yas held in Sacred Heart School, Rockne, Sunday, Oc- totmr 19 Pro eding the tioon Lunch eon served in St Dominic Savjo Hall, Rockne. Father Alois Goertz of Sail Antonio, and Fattier Victor Goertz of Waco, sons, concelebrated a Mass in Sacred Heart Church Father Victor Rave a homily concerning the family during the service Mi Rudolph Goertz, a pat- ient in the St Benedict 's Nur- sing Home, San Antonio, was unable to be present for the occassion All twelve of the Goertz children and families at- tended Father Alois Goertz, San Antonio, Father Victor Goertz, Waco, Mother Aloysia from thv Benedictine Order of Nuns in Boerne, Sister Mary Walburga, also a member of the same congregation; Mr and Mrs Martin Goertz and Kathleen and Francis, Mr and Mrs Willard Spain, and Missie, Donna and Mark; Mr and Mrs Gerald Beck, Larry Sandra. Roxanne and Gerald; Mr and Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 6,1975 Stucv And Trousdale THE BASTROP COUNTY TIME.S, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 Rites Solemnized in a double ring ceremony, I ylene Louise Stacy became the bride of James Arnold Trousdale at First Baptist Church in Kosanky, August 29, 1975 The 8 00 P M ser vice was performed by Rev- erend Les James Deanna Evans Delivers Paper At Conference SMITHVILLE - On October 18, 1975 Dr Deanna Evans of Shaker Heights, Ohio, the daughter of Mrs Helen Delmar of SmithvUl®, de- livered a paper at the Sec- ond Ohio Mediaeval Con- ference" at John Carroll University, Cleve- land, Ohio. In her paper, "Poetic Diction In Dunbar 's Goldyri Targe'," Dr Evans explains the central allegory of the poem in terms of the medieval rhetorical tradition This is the second year that Dr Evans has presented a paper at this conference During the summer she attended a three week semi- nar housed at Nazareth Col- lege. Kalamazoo. Michigan The conference was sponsored by Ihe Cistercian Institute o...

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

PACE 6 THE BASTHOP COUNTY TIMES.SMITHVILLE. TEXA89A957 R R * f. tp « % A) ad w M Fl tti un oc cb te Sa G< in Nt W; th an Ki M M an Sa M an Rc Rt Fi M fa W At at) G1 A1 an Ro Mi An Ml Jo at* Barrel msmasi mt K-iUAM«,>r"uu"" JCL TH STAR KIST CHUNK TUNA 6V2 0Z. BARREL O' BARGAINS! ^ - FROSTY ACRES V^ci^Ofang® Juiceto' 4 85 \\<^\ JL Frosty Acres & BROCCOLI CUTS 10 oz. 27c f^E£, ofrt £ YEuowMw^m CAUUFLOWER APPLES ^ 75<? 8 Oz 29° - — WWW *0+0** Mexican Style, Beef Enchilada, Combination, \TO kay grapes ^ 390 -k.Ti^,^i« .^UVEnchilcda PATIO DINNERS ■«« 49 ('it TISSUE 4 ROLLS BANANAS 2 LbS 450 LETTUCE 390 TOMATOES 3 ^ $100 J oT <0. 0I\IE-A-DAY reg. $8.49 value VITAMINS ICE CREAM Z^7£r CABIN SYRUP $1.34 & UyF" « 47^. . r aVic^ g\>sS p£flCH „|opis 45C KTA"- R0SEDaLE fB."ceT pEAS 3 "" -beenbe«nS E&Rtez 24 OZ 57>1 Y-FREE MAXI 30 Count reg. $2.19 CKLEO $ till **■ I MAXWELL HOUSE SPECIALS FOR NOV. 8 SCHLITZ cm ri cms Gal. Blue Belt MELLORINE 69 '/t Gal. Superior le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1975 I THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE 7 Smithville Tiger Homecoming, 1975 CANDIDATE MOLLY CRADDOCK ★★★★★★ The bonfire with the teddy bear perched atop, stubbornly refusing to burn until com- pletely engulfed by flames .. Bastrop's fire burned prema- turely by Smithville stu- dents the pep rally, at which Tiger seniors pledged to win this year the parade through town with spirits high Donna Glenn crowned Homecoming Queen . the big game, with Smithville winning 20-12 the Homecoming Dance, old friends getting together Hallowe'en hi jinks . all con- tributed to Smithvtiie's 1975 Homecoming celebration. Bastrop County Times Photo Page ^ _y SENIOR LETTERMEN PROMISE TO WIN % CANDIDATE HATTIE WAITES GETTING THE SPIRIT UP % HOMECOMING QUEEN DONNA GLENN LEADING THE PARADE CANDIDATE ROSE HEMPHILL CROWD CHEERS HOME TOWN VICTORY BONFIRE ROARS

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

IM PAGE I THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SIIITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY._NOVEMHER 6.1975 —————^ Smithville 20 Bastrop 12 La Grange 46 Hallettsville 0 Weimar 14 Luling 7 Hays Cons. 15 Giddings 14 Elgin 42 West lake 34 Tigers Conquer Bears In Homecoming Game By Phil Tovar SMITHVILLE - With the Hastrop County Championship >n the line, from the events prior to the Smithville Rastrop |?ame Friday night with all the bonfires, with all the whooping and hollering, and with the tenseness of the approaching contest, it was not at all ill-advised to eel all the women, children, a^d sttiail dogs off the streets Not since 1969 had the Tigers been able to conquer the Rears and except for 1970 when they played to a 0-0 tie. the Bears had won them all, but every dog has his day, one way or another, and Friday night the Tigers feasted on Alpo, while the Bears had to settle for table scraps Smithville 20-Bastrop 12. In the opening quarter Henderson recovered a fumble on the Bear's 23 yard line and t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

^ I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE % Elgin Wildcats Defeat Westlake Chaparrals, 42-34 By Demi Prentiss ELGIN •• The Elgin Wild- cats turned in tine pfi formances, both offensively and defensively to take Friday night's game against Westlake 42-34 The action packed game seemed to have been wrapped up by the 'Cits at the half, with the Elgin team ahead 28-0,but theciiapli rwta roared back to challenge that lead in a wild second half Anthony Penson, Anthony- Moore, and Robby McClendon played their ususual fine offensive game, while Tracy Mogonye, Eugene Rampy, and Mark Hughes were defensive stand-outs Elgin was a team that could do no wrong as the Wildcats scored five times in the first half and prevented Westlake from coming any nearer the goal line than the Elgin 42 Early in the first quarter Anthony Penson scampered thirty-three yards on a boot- leg play for the first score Capitalizing on a Chaparral fumble recovered by end Jimmy Ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

r ) 'AGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIM KS, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 I *Get the Best Selections Avoid the Rush Save on Early Specials You ^ "Center Stage" Coordinat Srfiithville's Finest Beautiful Lavender and Yellow SetiB NOW SHOWING H For The Ladies Fail Dresses 1/3 to 1/2 Off —A Levi Panatella Knit Slacks Reg. >8" to '12" Reduced to $6°° \q $900 /"V W Lady Wrangler Pre-washed Denim Double Zipper Jeans $ ] 4^® ■A Leisure Suits $ 3000 J r/ Leisure Shirts J*-' Men's- " $1Q°0 to s1395 Boy's- SQ50 to M0°°/i ©OILP WH^,fS3 / i $500 0ff on any coat 4000 or over $400 off on any coat $35°° or over ^39^ off on any coat 25°° or over ^2^ off on any coat s10°° or over Good on ladies', men's, or child's coat Discounts good thru November 15. Leather Look Jackets Req now$ 1995 Men s Sport Coats Reg. l40°° NOW $32 00 FREE GIFT SVITTITa FREE gift box or gift wrap on gifts costing $5°° or more. Minimal charge on others. ROBINSON'S Family Fashions 213 Main BankAmericaro Smithville, Texas THURSDAY, NOVEM...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

I'l ' i'*'. * * i #4^'* *** THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 6,197b THE BASTROP COUWTV TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 FAG*' Bl ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE ARTS & CRAFTS "Stop The World" STOP THE WORLD -- 1 WANT TO GET OFF is a statement or plea made often in today's fast paced society, particularly by those on the treadmill of production and change But should the world actually stop, how many of os weary travellers would by choice shfp off One such journeyman iumwl l.i'.tiechap asked many times to step off, but when his time came, he looked back in sad reflection and desired a new ticket for another ride Littlechap is the protagonist in the Austin Civic Theatre's (ACT) up coming production of Leslie Bri'Misst and Anthony Newley's musical, STOP THE WORLD - 1 WANT TO GET OFF Thanks to the flippant remark made by Newley to a Lomlon producer, the theatre public today enjoys an enchantirigly fresh and stiinulatmgly different kind of musical The remark was that he would only accept the lead in a one...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

RMRHPS I - PAGE B2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 6,1975 A Special Service Bastrop County Times & | Texas Still Refuses To j Tighten Brucellosis Rules BASTROP - Since an inten- ship cattle inter-state, points Currently the annual ffcd- slfied cooperative federal- state effort to protect both hu man and animal health from brucellosis or Bang's disease has not been fully accepted by Texas, the nation's leading cattle-producing state may suffer several consequences According to Ronnie Lindsay, county agent for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, the Texas Animal Health Commission recently rejected certain proposed changes in rules which would require branding of cattle ex- posed to infected animals and a negative brucellosis test of cattle moving into Certi- fied Brucellosis Free areas in the state The rules changes were recommended by indus- try representatives and vet- erinary officials of all 50 states and approved by the U S Departmen...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

V w \ A •$'4: v-t v -Mi, ,Vtt ^imwM' > • - -$*•-)§ > * f" F*' r THE BASTROP COUNTY 'HUES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE BS Follow the Tigers to Hallettsville and watch them take on the Brahmas. SMITHVILLE TIGERS VS. HALLETTSVILLE BRAHMAS in Hallettsville Friday, Nov. 7 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 Feeder Supply W 2nd & Ramona Phone 237-2420 Saunders Ins. Agency Builders Supply 704 E. Third 305 Main Phone 237 2402 Phone 237 2565 ■ttli Smithville Smith Food Lockers Pharmacy 305 Royston 219 Main Phone 237-2438 Phone 237-2211 Clarence's Marrs & Deans Refrigeration Florist & Electric 106 Olive 205 E 2nd Phone 237-2156 Phone 237-2425 Marhil E. O. Sharp Manufacturing Butane Co. 113 West 2nd 304 West Third Phone 237 3212 Phone 237-2521 Western Auto 217 Main 237-2428 Shirocky s Grocery 314 Main Phone 237-2423 United Food Store ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

PAGE R4 ■ •v*'-. «* *. ■■,-"4" i**; THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6.1915 The Bastrop County Times COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE... You Cnr> Sell II QUfCKl V and INEXPENSIVU Ylf ( Ml GEORGIA 7.1 ATS 4 T 237-2461 TOD A Y! C Read The Classifieds. .. LOOKING HOmCW FOR SALE SERVICES. LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co phone 287-2402, P.O. Bo* 509. Smithville, Texas 78957. 28-tf FOR SALE - New and used foirtane systems. Phone 287-2521 tfc SALE! SALE! SALE! Do you have to move9 Call us Bastrop Moving & Stor- age Phone 512/321-2559 after 5 p.m. Call 321-2425 or 237-2521 14-tf FOR SALE: New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tf SINGER SEWING and Vac- uum center, repair ser- vice New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners Authorized Sing- er Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas. 713/368-5923 6-tf FCSR SALE New and used butane systems. Phone 231-2521 tf Lcrt for Sale Camp Swsft Acres. Free s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

v V ' \ ■* - \ /?-' • i i f f THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6,1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Page B5 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES Sc/um-C/ifllt Futi with I tlna Turkey from a Paperback I -iihion j fairly thick. paper- back book into j UitMlumji iufk*y dca;uiion Ju t told «r.ich pjgt. as shown Glut ihe covers together to (jet the completed shape tor the body Spra> pami and let dry I 01 his impicsttvc tail, Untold a 12" > 18" piece of brown *rapping paper cros% iMf into I" folds Then make two more layers of Unlolded colored paper one 9" * 18" and one 6" \ IK" While folded, cut plcati to ,1 point it one end I it all three layers oi folded paper together With a pointed tool, p'juuh a hole through the bottoms of all three fanfolded pieres Insert wire and twist together to hold Clue the tail to the body ( ut ihe head jitd waMle about 7" high, from stiff paper Add eye* <i ue the head between the folded pages of the bod> Arrange your turke> on a cardboard base FOLD You m...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

. * IT* IMPW*1" MnwIwWiw tij'1'.' Twllti^UP11 * P* PAGE B6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 7 957 _ * * J HANGING HIGH Times Photo - *1 4 j fJV **k-' Early last Saturday morning a group o( IIS sleepy but excited] Smithville youngsters, with their sack lunches clutched against [ their bodies, boarded school busses that were to take thern into' a world far removed from the school room They were on their] way to the circus! At the same time in Austin nearly 2,400 Shriners and a whole' circus company were making things ready under the steel and] concrete Big Top of the colluseum. The performers and crew^ of the circus, now owned by the Shriners. were drawing wages' for their work But a great deal of the work was being done freejL by the Shriners ~ The Shriners donate their time and effort as "roust-abouts" and handling such things as lighting, sound, communications.> parking and hospitality , At this early hour Circus Producer Alfred Tramp was over- 3^" seeing the preparat...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

G -.6 • /■>, !■(■> ; WEEK-LONG SAVINGS... PRICES GOOD THRO WED. NOV. 12th good value usda grade "a" TISSUE White or Colors 4-roll IpkgI IMOtOMTH Sales Rights Reserved 4-VASjUE PACKED PAGES!

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

ic; ■4'/ GOOD VALUE PORK & BEANS So (3:!■> (J . S5 7ft )-(}; v. > \.„ v. Vy 6ou&kta wUofe %imk/octdo£ Values... so thews no 6e£t&i tumfoscm tfca/t WGtfTA/OtV/ () \(j I-* FIRST PICK on the label means you're buying national brand quality at special prices. When you want the best, pick First Pick brand fruits and vegetables. RAINBOW RAINBOW TOMATOES v RAINBOW LONG GRAIN RICE Good Value FIRST PICK SPINACH Green Beans Potatoes Blackeyed Peas Sweet Peas Rainbow Short Cut I 16-OZ ' 'CANS I Firil Pick R mt>OW 15-OZ CANS 14'/,OZ CANS 1&OZ CANS Oranges Potatoes Sreen Beans Detergent Ftrtt Pick Manci* ifl CKMX! Sho<Hi"nfl Good Value With Potaton Good V«tu* Liquid 1 \QI CANS CAN* 16% OZ CANS 120Z 8TLS GOOD VALUE M BATHROOM TISSUE GOOD VALUE MACARONI & CHEESE ■ "3# ' 'J' A + u, VBSS! DINNERS 7V«-0Z BOXESl White or Colors 4-ROLL 32-07 JAR 7HE SAW/MS PET'S CHOICE DOG FOOD PET'S. _ 1 LB PKGS SOLIDS Chocolate Milk Cheese Cheese Botflon i T.V.-Slicad Amur loan Singlet...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

V ■ : • • \ mi J #4*. " /f t , ; > ___ (j)XQ / mr :fjjj.(j ~vfjTcr the RAINBOW is the brand for economy! Rain- bow offers variety, flavor and nutrition for your family at truly substantial savings over other brands. v. smew com "'*• '♦« mfc GOOD VALUE means just what the label says . . . you get a "good value" every- time. You get consis- tent quality and good- tasting food. ASSORTED VARIETIES MARY BAKER COOKIES ASSORTED CANDIES 4-OZ BASS CHECK THESE VALUES! Liquid Bleach Detergent Aluminum Foil GOOD VALUE ALAD ESSING Sfio White M. 39s Good V«'u« Powdered first Pick GIANTl BOX 1 i ?■**>■' ROLL I Peaches Egg Noddles Grape Jelly Vanilla Wafers Rainbow Irregular Vellov* C<ing Skinner fine. Me Wide Medium, Bom* 29-OZ . CAN 1 12-02 t PKG ' 2-LB • JAR Sunshine PKG^ 67" Spy SUNSHINE 0 KRISPY CRACKERS 1-LB SOX D0W&M£A/r> SWEETMILK OR BUnERMILK BISCUITS Trf WX'-W:-*''. Canned foods... Traditionally, this time of year most crops Jiav| been harvested, processed, and ready for u...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 6 November 1975

■MnQ I «* £ ?*?v 1 PRICES 6000 NOV 6-12 ...$0tk&t£S#0 6etfe/t tutt& to save ..ft j — ,\x-n r.\ tka*WG#rA/DtV/ vAh O <■) USD* CHOICE PERSONALLY SELECTED CHUCK ROAST LB 'A Bl USDA GRADE "A" Swiss Steak USDA CHOICE PERSONALLY SELECTED Arm Cut LB Sirloin Steak JUNIOR BEEF LB Seven Steak $119 Round Steak H« the littid overl >>y Relid I I \ fourl wee then bettl I and Ap| eoul the I I I hi-> " SO fthc of' tha tha the th«J itth IIX | bo. a I I I AI I JUNIOR BEEF Sliced Meats Good Value Water Sliced Assorted 302 PKG 6-OZ PKG Franks Turbot Fillets Good value Salami, Boloqna, Mac & Cheese, Liver Spiced Luncheon Lunch Meats WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY RED OR GOLDEN Tangerines Bell Peppers Cucumbers Bananas Potatoes Yellow Onions Green Onions Carrots Salad Mix Coie Slaw Mix GoU1en Rip* TEXAS JUICE U S No. 1 Baking Russet BCM3 MB BAGS BOZ PKGS B-OZ PKGS Roagaicin Sxjnatui® Quality All M«si Boneless Fi*h 12-OZ PKG LB 79c T-Bone Steak 99c Rump Roast Junior Beet Junior 8« t LB LB ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 13 November 1975

i 1 THIS WEEK IN <Tiir (Limes; Property Taxes W.H.I.M.M. Page I Page 2 Band Competition Page 3 Fifteen Cents (The (ilnimtu ®tntcs SERVING: SMITH Villi.. HA STROP, ELGIN and ATI. RA STROP COUNTY VOL 84, NUMBER 46 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1975 Council Awards Ma Bell Rate Hike -** SMITHVILLE - After five months of withstanding pres sure from Southwest Bell Tel - ephone Company for rate In- creases IntheSmithvillearea, City Council capitulated Mon- day night and granted adjust ments which would give the carte! the additional revenue it first requested in July Commissioners Meet To Assess Ballots ALFRED G. LARRA Times Photo Larra Acquitted Of Rape Charge BASTROP Thursday. Nov ember 6 the jury in Bastrop s District Court returned a ver- dict of not guilty tn the matter of The State of Texas v Alfred G Larra Larra was indicted by the June, 1975. Grand Jury fur the rape .>f a seventwn-ve.tr old EU-in irtri Larra was represented by J$mes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 13 November 1975

pf PAGE I THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS78951 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1075 Upimons School Taxes There is no real need for another school tax increase in the Smithville Independent School District. In {act, the last 15% across-the-board increase was unnecessary. If the school board would just get serious aln.ut equ.ihziitu Un- taxes across the district and darn well collect all of the taxes that are due the district we could see not only some tax relief for those who are now really over-taxed, but possibly some im portant improvements in the quality of education here that only money can buy I have seen the tax rolls for the district and frankly 1 was shocked There was property easily worth tens of thousands of dollars more than evaluated 1 saw such blatant inequality that I cannot understand how the district can maintain accrediatlon under the laws of the Texas Education Association 1 also saw gaps in the rolls where certain properties were not even listed Whether it is a...

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