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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 18 December 1975
g||K| * jij f p "s :-^ ujomtn hav6 ) that's your. ) no opinion rrt /opinion/i.^- this SOCIETY! a •• >.;. >•: i | ' women are c/oor national kept trappep ) HAUTE cuisine ik the kitchen ,/ depenps on it, \^uphorla. name one woman <sentle;manly cuho has help a I piscremon posftion in , forbids MY government/ mentioning her name NOU)HERE IN THE N socio-political structure are 6uomen equal to men. that is an outrisht fabrication 1 anp a slander / J. WE HAVE an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY penal system. RIGHT ON/ k Tf «#£ us Pit o* ~ All rtgntf t) 9r5bvi> «t«<jF#i i^o S**dtc*i* inc L-~* * ■" •"" i iniii^pffipp
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
Merry VOL B4,NCMBEH r>l \ \ liastrnp (llolmtu (Times Happy New Year SI R 1/\(," SMITHVII I.E. BASTROP. LL(,I\ and ALL BASTROP COUNTY THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVI! LE, TEXAS 78951 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 197' School Offer Considered SMITH VII,l.K An at) breviated Smithville Indepen dent School District hoard meeting last Monday inch! again was approached withan other alternative to the sale of the M.i rv A Biown School Mr Steve Wuitta addressed the board to assist Mi Charles Harris and Mi Hooper, of the Smithville Community Corporation, m that croups request for use of the Brown facility Several alternatives have been suggested by < iti/en groups to the outright sale I the Mary A Brown School in Smithville since the board decision to put the school up for bids two months ago Since that time the board has receiv «d no reported bids above the $60,000 minimum offer the board is willing to accept for the campus (junta told the board that the Smithviile Community Corpor*'i"'1 d...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
rAufc t THE BASTROP COUNTY I'iMKJ SMITHv'il I i frXAS'iBOVi WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1973 Our^ imons GOD REST YE iossibly the most popular thing about the Christmas season is thai It is the one time in the year when most of the people in tht western world take som? time to at least think about peace, love and kindness to others For about a week we are in the unusual position of worrying about what to get for someone rather than how to ti'.ne And for at least a day or two we are concerned with doing things for people and wondering what they will do for us, rather than wondering what we will do to each other Christmas also means something very special to newspaper editors. For one week out of the year they aren't faced with the Sunday night prospect of writing some searing, lecturing per-, suadjng piece to put under the "Opinion" heading Jt is a time for peace and goodwill to mayors, city councils, school boards, commissioners courts, policemen ami members of the judiciary It is a time...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
WEDNESDAY, DECLMRKR 24. 197 Foster Child Program Presented ROCKNF. Viola Martiilt'e ami Barbara Hancock from the Ha strop County Welfare De- part mailt presented a program on tli* Foster Child, at the Sacred Heart Parish, Rockne St Amu*'-. Society meeting Tuesday evening December 9, in Sacred H' art School The ladies were introduced by Mrs Vernon Hartsch Mrs Bartsch was selected to serve on the Bastrop County Wel- fai> Jioard ,uid is pr. .cntly serving as treasurer of this or(anitatioi) In the film shown to the ladies. Governor Briscoe ask ed the help of each citizen in Texas to support state child abuse programs and to report any known cases of chik abuse to the welfare department as soon as possible The abused and battered child is not a pretty picture, Mrs Martinez stated, huv ever there are approximately 2,000 known cases in the state yearly ami only a fraction the cases arerejiorted Anav erage of two children die weekly from abuse and most iy inflicted by people in their own...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, l«J75 Row Places Second In Contest Steailey J a n l«.w Smith vtl'e Vf W Host i u>'< Vcn •• of Democracy winner for 1975, placed a close second in the District 28 Voice of Demo cracy contest last weekend in i (he district contest, Miss Row competed against the winners of the other 25 VFW Posts in District 28. many of whom came from 3A and 4A schools, where public speaking classes are scheduled and where Voice of Democracy contestants are coached by trained instruc- tors Theme of this years Voice of Democracy contest - - which offers a $10,000 college schol- arship to the national winner was "What Our Bicentennial Heritage Means To Me' Each contestant must write his or her own speech and record it. The judges then listen to each speech and judge them on a possible 200 point basis. 100 points for content and 100 for delivery Shelley's speech was rated just 6 total points behind that of the winner "We...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24. 191 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIM£& SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 Tigerette's Looking Ahead SmtthviU# Tigerette's have won three ami lost three In the past two week's play, which brought them a second-place trophy in the Flatonia lourna ineiit and a 1-1 record in Dis trie t 25 A A play While Smith vUle's Tiger ettes lost to Moullou last Tuesday night (December 9). Coach Linda Goodenough was well pleased with the Improve- ment her squad showed over their first meeting with the tough Moulton sextet The score Tuesday was a close 47-44. with the orange on the short side "It was the king of game that I felt if we just had fifteen seconds more we would have pulled it out," Good enough said The Tigerettes started slowly, getting only 8 points to Moulton'fc 11 in the first quarter By the half, however, they had found the range and pulled ahead by a 22-21 count The third quarter was their un - doing, as Moulton scored 12to the Tigerette's 6 A 16 point fourth quarter fell short...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
F 91 vtlh THE BASTROP COUNTY TlfcUS, SM1THV1LLE, TEXAS 78951 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1916. Times Photo Page Christmas 1975 PV *■■ -P wm ^ , . . '*&?■ • , * -v.. •> . • • . n \ H v -' . 4';f Jl ♦4 ♦ " ' a. ■ V «* 1 >' Tr "Si. * * • Jk 10 CAPITOL R01 I'NDA %: fi| | T" > BUESCHER TREE LOADED ON TRAILER < FIRST PRIZE DOOR rs'swi Gladys Meuths 5-B RUNNER UP jy Pft CHRIST'5,'- ; n "W 0\\|£ THE C!Pf THAT KEEPS ON GIVING ^0 CmiSTM4s VV« art- evjx-i uiliv proud during this Bi-Centennial time to live in an area which so richly ornaments the cultural heritage of Texas >W*. State Senator Bili Patman and Carrin and daughter Carrin. Frohl iche Wei h nachten Fell/ Navidad God Jul Glaedelig Jul Wesele Hoyde Wesiote S'wiata Vesele Vahcx e w.*£ THIRD PLACE by Ricky JutUno HIGH SCHOOL WINNF.R Willie B. Craney's 1 A Entry by Mary Sims'-1B class was on inside of door and not entered, but drew prize any- how ^MWfVViVl Special Last Minute Christmas Sale 6" Bench Grinder Was l159°° Now s...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
V • •• WiDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1975 THE BASTROP COUHTY TIMES SMITIiVU.LK. TEXAS 789 " PAGE 7 «* ill NATIVETY SCENE SANTA S PARADE SIGNING OF DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Times Photo Page OP DISTINCTION Silent Tribute of Beauty Everlasting TEMPLE GRANITE WORKS Mrs H. L Lightfoot, Representative A complete line of all fine granites ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED 706 Garwood Smithviile Phone 237-2307 TRUE BELIEVER Sam Houston Scene Of Program Sam Houston Auditorium was the scent*. F nday morn- ing, of a television program featuring the students of Sam Houston Elementary ami .Smithviile Cub Scouts and Webeloes The program began with the presentation of the fhH" by the cub scouts and a pledge ;>f il l^fctence by the entire au dlence Thp Cuii Seoul# of Dens I and 2 and the Webeloes then put on j.Short play depleting The f Signing of the Declaration of [ Independence Starring In the skit were Jesse /emdors, Stgcy Scott, Rick Moers, ,5 James Kant*, Shawn Brown. • Tracy Adams, Shane Aaron, 5 |)...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
' Em — PAGE i THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 197'i The Bastrop County Times COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.... You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! Call Georgia Ziats At 237-2461 today! [jOC XING MCII&LCW Read The Classifieds. .. You might find what your looking for!!! a LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co phone 237-2402, PO. Box 509, Smittiville, Texas 78957 28-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 Authorised Sing- er Dealer, 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas. 713/968 5923 6-tf Employment EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER CCA PROGRAM (2) Food Stamp Outreach Workers Responsible for identifying eligible feod stamp recipients Must have auto for travel, ability to prepare reports and be able to relate to people Submit applications to CCA, 300 Olive, P.O. Bo* 753, Smittiville, Tex...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
WEDNESDAY. DfcCt-MHKR 24. lcJ7r THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 71957 PAGE 9 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES J CITATION Ht PUBLIC A HON TO Any Sheriff or Con- stable Within the Stat<- of r Texas; You are hereby com- manded to cause to be 5j|jttbll hed once each week ^ fci four consecutive ^ jyeelis, the first publica- tion to beat least twenty- eight (lays before the re turn date thereof, in a newspaper printed in Bastrop County Texav Uto accompanying cita turn, of which the follow- ing is a true copy '■CfTATlON BY PUBLICATION The State of Texas TO: The Heirs and Un- known heirs of Robert and Martha Leonard, thi heirs and unknown heirs of C.'ara «ka Cary ot faro) Leonard the heirs ••f Chat ies Leonard und all persons claiming title or an interest under the deed from A W Moot < to Hobert I eotiard wtmh deed was dated March 18, 1880, Defendants in the cause iiun>.! 'i t d and styl- ed hereunder You are hereby com manded to appear before the Honorable District - Court, 21st J...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMKS, SMITH VILLfc, TEXAS 78957 STDIF! I. J "Ir.T. "IT* ""IT* -*ry rx-y • is PRICE: i/2 WEDNESDAY, DKCEMBKH 24. 1975 STUFF! g: —«>u I I Tl 1 STUFF SOMEONE'S STQCEIKG OH MV gift subscriptions IT, :| I offer good through jan. 1, 1 970 when TIMES subscription rates will go up!! WITH NEWS SPORTS RECIPES FASHIONS ENTERTAINMENT COLOR COMICS ETC. ETC. ETC TEE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES GOOD STUFF!! 1 year for the price oi six months 2.75 ^ « . ^#( Name Address City - State 1 " — # ' •4 ' *.*< .. *v:\ ^♦ *
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
WEDNESDAY I f" EMBER 2A " ' • " weekly magazine designed to inform and entertain the people of- HnnlJ Austin .Carried in both Iks Bastrop County limes and Tie Hoand Hock Leader, it delivers news of agrienlhre and entertainment; C5iar 2oaics; and photo featnre^t: nearly O.QOQ homes. r tf RMSi M MERRY CHRISTMAS! L_
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
I PAGE 2 WEDNESDAY Superman To Battle Spider-Man !! NEW YORK - DC lomics aw? Marvel Comics are com- ing out jointly with the most extraordinary, most exciting and most asked - for comics magazine of all time -- "Superman vs The Amazing Spider Man This special giant - sue blockbuster. 13 3 I" * 101 8" will become the ccllectcr'sit- em of all collector's items for comics farts as Superman and Sp;der - Man confront each other id th< of the century " Superman as all comics buffs know, developed *n she late 1930s, was the first cos- tumed hero wi£h super - p> *ers aw? it is from his success that all other super- heroes have sprung Spider-Man, on the >'.J r hand, was created in the 1950s, and (us arrival signaled the development of human, non heroic characteristics in the superhero -- worries over acne, girlfriends. «elf-image, etc Comics buffs have taken both the classic Superman fig- ure and the aeo - classic Spsder - Vfan depiction to heart. ami friendly arguments have emerged...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 24 December 1975
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1975 Sedaka To Host Show NEW YORK - Nell Sedaka, who is currently represented on both the singles and albums best seller rharts, will be the performing host of "New Year's Rcckin' Eve '76." a Wei.'!, spi:' t.ii will welcome the new year with an all-star musical cast, on the ABC Television network, Wednesday, December 31 (11.30 p m. - 1:00 a.m., EST). The program will originate in Hollywood's Cocoanut Grove nightclub and at New York's Times Square where Dick Clark will appear in a live segment to. give viewers the countdown to midnight Average White Band, Freddy Fender. KC Si the Sunshine Band and Melissa Manchester appear oti the program's stage at the Cocoa nut Grove, where Sedaka will preside over the festivities before an audience of cele- brants Musical highlights in<iwl<* Bad Blood. That's When Hie Music ?#k«'.s . Mf "L Ui ')■ K.SI&.' H tj.f.v i'.jr'rr'-:i v '-irif teen."' Oh, Car <■>!.' (fieri dar Girl. ' 'breaking up Is Hard \« Do' Neil...