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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVKMUKH 27. 197". THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE TEXAS 78957 PAGE SHS Football Banquet Held SMITHVILLE - University of Texas Longhorn football player Bill Hamilton was guest speaker at the Fifty- First Annual Smithville Tiger Football Banquet held November 18. Hamilton, orginally from New Mexico, addressed the young high school footballers on "giving all you've got" in every lifelong endeavor. Rose Hemphill, acting as Toastmistress, welcomed and guests to the banquet. High School principal Jimmie Stacy introduced the coaches, who in turn intro- duced the young men who played on their teams in 1975. Coach Charlie Callaghan introduced the varsity squad. Coach Lendon Bauer presented his "B" Team members, and Coach Dwight Stockton introduced the Freshman team. Danny Ingram and Louis Leonard announced the 1975 Rose Hemphill. Pete Quitta :'"d the presentation scaled the award with a kiss bouquet of roses. of a players, coaches, teachers Football Sweetheart to be Scholarsh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

■n PAGfr 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS78947 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1975 County Coaches Sum Up Football Season turner BASTROP The Bastrop Bears ended the 1975 football season by t>eing defeated by Giddings 14-6 a disappointing loss ami a disappointing season This is the first losing year for the Bears since 1968 After starting the season with a convincing win over Lockhart and a win over Elgin, it looked as if the Bears were on the road to a good year But injuries, mistakes, and in- experience took their toll. Bastrop was beaten con vincingly by only one team, Hays Consolidated, and battled La Grange for 3 quarters only to lose late in the game by a score of 10-7, a heartbreaker. but very similar to other games throughout the year such as Westlake 10-6, Hallettsville 14-7, Smithville 20-12, and Giddings 14-6 Next year looks promising as 15 letterinan return and some quality football players will move up from the Junior Varsity and Freshman teams The Bears should fi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1975 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 ELGIN WILDCAT 75-76 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT TEAMS TIME DATE OPPONENT TEAMS T1MF December 2 Pflugerville B-A 5:30 January 9 Manor* 9-B-A 5:00 December 4-6 Thrall Tourney January 13 at Leander* 9-B-A 5:00 December 4-6 December 8 Georgetown JV and Fresh Tourney at Pflugerville 9-B-A B-A 5:30 January 15 January 16 at Cameron Cameron Girls 9-B-A 6:00 500 December 8 at Giddings Girls 6:00 January 20 at Westlake* 9-B-A 5 00 December 9 at Rockdale 9-B-A 5:00 January 22 Cameron Girls 6 00 December 11 at Giddings Girls 6.00 January 23 Hearne* 9-B-A 5:00 December 11-13 Lexington Tourney January 27 at Rosebud-Lott* 9-B-A 5:00 December 12-13 Hearne JV Tourney B January 29-31 at Smithville Jv Tourney Girls December 16 at Hearne* 9-B-A 5:00 January 30 Caldwell* 9-B-A 5:00 December 18 Smithville 9-B-A 5:00 February 3 at Manor* 9-B-A 5:00 December 29-30 Taylor Tourney A February 5 Giddings Girls 6:00 January 3 Ro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

'* PAGE 10 %* Mt r?-W THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 789f 7 THUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1975 The Bastrop County Times 6jJ COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.. You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! CALL GEORGIA HA TS A T 23 7-24f)I TOD A Y! Read The Classifieds.... LOOKING IIIGII^LeW You might find what your looking for!!! LIFETIME Cham 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 tic 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. 713/968-5923 6-tf FOR SALE New and used butaue systems. Phone 237-2521 tf FOR SALE- Cordwood- $25 00 a cord- Deliver and stack Call 237-3447. 48-4t Furnished Mobile Home for sale Take over pay- ments Two years old Air Conditioning and Central he...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 197'.; THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SM1THVILLE. TEXAS78957 PAGE U BASTROP COUNTY TIMES Notice is hereby gtvei of the availability foil rev low of a Final Envtronme nlal Impact Statement for the construction of ,i new Federal Youth Centi-r in Bastrop County, T<-xas The proposed Youth Cen- ter will be owned and operated by the Bur >tau of Prisons The faclll ty has not been designed al- though the concep' of the proposed facility envis- ions a residential, or vil- lage type comple x Kaeh resident housing unit will consist of 50to 6fi mdivid uals rooms wit h neces- sary recreational, TV viewing and cof fee snack space The unit bare plan ned to be interi elated with other building > such as a cafeteria, administration building, gym nasium edu- cational ami vocational buildings The facility will contain a total of ap- proximately 145,000 gross squai e feet and will have an associated park ing area for approxi mately 200 vehicles The Youth Cen ter will be com p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

-r ■ PAGE 12 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 One Week Only Nov. 28-Dec. 6 Ladies' Wear Better Dresses and Pant Suits up to 520.00 $3.00 off •2 i .00 to s30.00 l5.00 Off 3 1.00 lo s40.00 $7.00 Off #- fj Men's Wear Suits up to "65.00 $ 10.00 Off s66.00-s85.00 $20.00 Off Sport Coats $ 10.00 Off Children's W ear 2 to 7 Years Bomber Jackets Reg Price 11 I50 $ 5.95 Sweater Vests Reg Price *495 $3.00 Boy's Wear 8 to i8 years Insulated Windbreakers 5.00 Bomber Jackets Reg Price 113'" $ 6.95 A charge will be made for gift wrapping arid alterations of sale merchandise. Lay-a-ways and charge will require l/2 down. For your convenience, we will be open every night til 7:00 p.m. from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Ask about our unadvertised specials. ROBINSON'S Family Fashions 213 Main Smithville, Texas BankAmericaro THURSDAY NOVf MBKH 27. 1975 Celebrate 60th Anniversary ROCKNK - Mr ami Mrs Albert Goertz of Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne, celebrated their 60th wedding an ruversary, Su...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

# i weekly magazise designed to inform and entertain the people of Until Instin. Carried in both The Bastrop Connty Times and The Eonnd Book Leader, it delivers news of agricnltnre and entertainment; fnll-color cornice; and photc ieatnres to nearly 6,8G0 homes. A Star Is Born!

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

& ■■■nMiiHw^^waM SI How's Your F.Q.? Q. Who played the original Frankenstein? A. Colin Clive. If you said Boris Karloff. you're wrong. He played the monster. Q. What great actress portrayed the monster's mate, and can you name her equally famous husband'' A. Eisa Lanchester. then married to the late Charles Laughton. cavorted in the "Bride of Frankenstein" in 1935. In fact, Madeline Kahn's hilarious hairdo in 'Young Frankenstein" is a takeoff on the electrifying style Miss Lanchester wore in the original. 0 Did Bela Lugosi (best known as "Dracula") ever play the monster'' A Yep. He co-starred with Lon Chaney. Jr in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man." Oddly enough, l.ugosi was offered the monster role first time a;ound in 1931, but turned it down forcing the producers to hire the lesser known Boris Karloff. Q. Kenneth Mars has delighted critics it the perverted Prussian policeman, with j wooden arm, in Frankenstein." Who played that role originally, and in which "Frankenstein" fli...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

" - ■ , HHHHMI Something For Everyone... page 3 AUSTIN - There is some- thing for evervonc. Dec- ember 4-15, on KIRN-TV. Channel 9. of San Antonio and Austin. Special pro- grams on twelve nights offer a diversity of fine entertain- ment: the Cotton Bowl Highlights, a re-enactment of the Watergate imbrogiio, live country music, and a National Geographic special on Britain's seafaring heritage. There's Benny Goodman and Bob Dylan in a tribute to legendary record producer John Hammond, a j^reat Marx Brothers movie, and a documentary on weather conditions, pre- sent and future. Football fans can look for- ward to the "Cotton Bowl HighligMs." beginning at 6:15 Saturday evening. The program includes highlights from 1%2, Texas vs. Ole Miss: 1964, Texas vs. Navy; and 1973. Texas vs. Alabama. Modern day minstrel Harry Chapin appears on "Soundstage." Saturday night at 9:00, and performs original compositions. including his hits "Taxi" and "Wold." "Live Musk Spectacular." Monday night at ~:00....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

PAGE A emones FISHER FAMILY HISTORY RED ROCK - The days when this area of Texas were settled seem far away, lost in the shrouds of time. But there are those who still re- member. or remember the stories their parents told them of the taming of this once hostile land. Oscar Fisher remembers. And with the help of his wife and the heritage passed to him from his parents, he re- creates here the history of a pioneer family settling in Red Rock. Teias. ft was February 17th, 1895, the night was dark and very cold, the snow was fall- ing fast, around the white stone house where Gus and Augusta Fisher lived. Gus made his way out to the barn, saddled his horse and rode three miles in the snow storm to call a doctor to come attend his wife. Next morn- ing six inches of snow had fallen around the stone house. Gus and Augusta also had a new son. born during the storm. They named him Oscar. Oscar grew up in the stone house with his broth- ers and sisters. He lived there until he married. He atte...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

PAGE 9 Family Page Tax Help For Home Buyers COLLEGE STATION--Con- sumers expecting a tax credit for buying a new house should check with the Interna! Revenue Service first-- to he sure they meet the qualifica- tions. Denise Beigbeder a housing and home furnishings specialist, says "The Tax Reduction Act of 1975 does include a section de- signed as incentive to buyers of new unoccupied homes cur- rently oo t! > market and to people custom-biiildine their homes "And it provides a direct five per cent tax credit, figur- ed on the purchase price of the house The purchase price can't exceed an adjusted base of $40,000, for a maximum credit of $2,000 "This isn't a deduction or adjustment to gross income-- it's simply a credit agaimst tax liability," she explained But not every new home-- or new home buyer—qualifies. she cautioned Miss Beigbeder is with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. The Texas A4M Uni- versity System Specific criteria for buyers of new homes include: --The ne...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

PAGE 10 AGltl ■ NKWS Make Frequent Bin Inspections Stored gram pests '-an at aw-jy at your stockpile of grain and you'll never know it unless you make frequent inspections of storage bins, says Ronald L. Lindsey, county agent for the Tasas Agricultural Extension Service "Even if the bin was cleaned before grain was put Ap, it's a good idea to make ffequnt bin inspections, says Lind- sey Insect pests damage grain by eating the entire kernel or bv damaging tbe seed kernel which prevents it from ger- minating after planting Primary stored grain pests attack whole kernel grain and develop inside tbe kernel. These inciode corn or rice weevils, lesser grain borers and Angoumois grain moths. "Because they develop in- side the grain kernel, tnese pests can be easily over- looked," says Lindsey * That's why seeds should always be split open when in- specting for pests." Secondary pests include the rice moth, Indian meal moth, flat gram beetle, confused floor beetle and sawtoothed grain beetl...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

* •{ Guidelines To Reduce Calf Losses BASTROP - Watching a good heifer or ?xr going through the agonies of a problem birth isa common oc- currence for anyone associat- ed with the cattle business. Probably the most frustrating aspect is trying to decide when, what awl how assistance should be given, aad whether or not professional attention is Man* cattlemen att?mp: to correct problems that they have neither instruments nor the knowledge te handle Others may refuse to inter- vene in even the simplest dystocia (calving, problems Neither approach is good Three Stages Of Birth In Cattle BASTROP - To reduce calv- ing losses, cattlemen must un- derstand tie progressive stages of birth and the time interval of each stage This knowledge <-an be gained by frequently observing the birth process Familiarity with each stage will enable the cattleman to determine when assistance is necessary Parturition can best be des- cribed by stages STAGE 1 starts when the u- terus begins contracting and...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

PAGE 12 I More Than Meets The Eye You'd hardly know this quiet, peaceful little park existed just a couple of blocks south of Bastrop's city hall. From a meadow-like picnic area that gives no hint of the beauty that lies beyong it, a narrow concrete stairway takes you down to the shade by the river's edge and away from the mundsr.e concerns of everyday living. PljpTOS AND TEXT BY m 4 ■ ' iv • mw.

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

Presents H COLOB COMICS SERVING BASTROP. FA YETTE, WILLIAMSON. 77?4 K/5 & I££ COUNTIES YOU 11 NEVER GUESS WHAT HAPPENED TO /Vlf TORAY, Ed I WAS GOING ALONG WITH THE SAME OLD PAILY ROUTINE WHEN AROUNP Ml PRAY I THIS S0 PPE/V URGE, SOMETHING \ ..,SO I REARRANGED THE FURNITURE NOTICED ag . m I QUITTING ¥ HEP -ANOTHER DAY, TIME A. ANOTHER DOLLAR - MZ GRIMDSTOWE r think its just TOO E ARLV TO GET INTO THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT? I MATg IT WHEN THEV PUT UP CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS BY TMAMKSG'.Vlsl I MEAN ALL THE MO-MO-MO MAKES ME GO OU-OM- DOst'T. DON'T I WISH WE COULD GO BACK ] TO THE NO - PRESSURE, A OLD - FASHiOHED CHRISTMAS t GUESS WHAT I'M REALLY SAVING IS I DOM'T H/WE TME MONEY TO AFFORD A BIG WHOOP-DEE-DO CHRISTMAS DO YOU? i ; T DONT-

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 27 November 1975

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