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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

TOU MAMIMKI&M Special Savings! VA VINMONT AMID Blade Assortment Includes 2 all-purpose woodcutting blades, 1 for metal, and 2 for scrollwork. Will fit most sabre saws. 35 7-A Claw Hammer Rim tempered face minimizes chipping. Lacquered hickory Waist Style Nail Apron Natural, canvas-like duck material? With 2 large pockets and hammer holder PL-4400 7-C V Rockwell i * Rockwell * Rockwell Variable Speed Jig Saw Square drive shaft eliminates blade flexing in sharp corner cuts. 45° left or right tilting base; anti-splinter in- sert Finger tip speed selector. Uni- versal blade holder. 2" cutting ca- pacity. 0-3300 strokes per minute. 2.7 amps 4320 7-E % Hp. Router 3.5 amp motor delivers 28,000 rpm Accu- rate dial depth control. With 1/4" split-type collet and wrenches Dual knobs for easy control. 4601 7-D 12' Power Tape Lufkin Positive 'Toggle Lock". Easy-to-read num- bers and graduations. High-impact case with belt clip. 8312 Bail-Bearing Orbital Sander 1.5 amp motor gives 12,000 orbi...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

a strop (llouittu (Eutu-s Hiuttp a. is re "When I'm playing, I concentrate on that, and when I'm not playing... I hide out. It's a little hard to observe when you're being observed." by Sharon Oard It's always encouraging to stumble across a person who is unaffected, someone with that soft-stepping ability for living in the world without getting bogged down in it. Neither impressed nor repulsed by success, such individuals are usually found struggling in the social services or hibernating outside Albuquerque. Rarely does one meet them in the music business. When 1 encounter someone so genuinely unpretentious, I can't help wondering, "How do they manage it?" If Joe Ely were asked that question, he might well answer, "Lubbock." Born and raised in West Texas, Joe played pool and the violin as a child. Early on, he skipped school and browsed in music stores, ex- perimenting with a variety of other in- struments before settling on the guitar. By the time he reached his late teens, Joe wa...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

M gi gi yi AI jARRFAU At the Paramount Saturday, jutn• 10 [his man has a whole orchestra in his throat, or so said the fans at the 1976 Berlin Jazz Festival A real jazz performer, Jarreau has established himself as a "vocal musician"—much more than as a singer. For jazz lovers, a real must. HRIF.F CASE In tent rt Workshop 8th 6* Congress (abotr After Ours) June 9. 10, 11 lust because you were in Mexico last summer, and insane the summer before, don't despair: the third annu- al performance of David Gene Fow- ler's comic drama "Brief Case" will take place as scheduled for the bene- fit of no one in particular and the merriment of all. The play—which concerns a professional underwear modeler who refuses to wear trou- sers—has been acclaimed every- where its cast has been allowed to present themselves in public (Austin, San Francisco. San Francisco, and Austin) Those who have never before wit- nessed this spectacle have added im- petus to attend a follow-up entitled "Beefers" which wil...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Ely cont'd from page 1 loe: Veah. Altogether it was about two- and-a-half months, because after we got back we played in Atlanta, Georgia for three days, and then went on to Nash- ville. SUN: What do you think about so much travelling? loe: I'm ready to lay back. I'm just gonna lay back in the mud and do nothin' for a while. SUN: Do you write songs when you're on tour? Joe: Yeah. On this last one, I wrote follow you around. Does that bother you? loe: It's hard to go to the bathroom after a long set. . it's hard to get a chicken- fried steak when you get through playing. SUN: Did you choose this life of a "progressive country musician," or did you just fall into it? Joe: No. I didn't choose to become a progressive country singer. SUN: Well, maybe 1 shouldn't use a label, but what I mean is this: did you plan to become a professional musician or was it like your trip to Europe where it just happened to you? loe: It was exactly that. I didn't plan to get a band together. I did rhoose t...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Little Feat by ]im Shahin It is impossible to discuss Little Feat's second two shows at the Paramount last Sunday without comparing them to the Rolling Stones. That's because the Stones have long been considered the best rock and roll band in the world. Get where this is going? it's four in the morning and I'm motioning for more coffee at a busy I- Hop. I've got to do something, I can't just sleep. "I can't figure it out," says the waiter, bringing my second pitcher. "This is usually our slowest time of our slowest day." The restaurant is crowded with people in their early twenties. Conversation comes in spasms. Most of the orders are light—a plate of french fries, an omelet, a salad, things you might like after making incredible love. Things for savoring the experience and making it last. I catch myself grinding my teeth in time to "A Day At The Dog Races." "Now, I know this sounds like some acid vision or something," says a 20'ish blonde to his three compatriots in a nearby booth....

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Indians Chronicling the Death of a Culture ('V Diiryl J it fit's We know the story well. loo well 1 he Indians lost Everything. There were no Nuremburg I rials to declare it genocide No one went to jail except Indians. No epics like Knits or Holocaust There was only Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.'' a choreographed glorification of humilia- tion. Kopit's play- which typically didn't get to Broadway until it was a proven success elsewhere; in fact, it opened in London—uses Buffalo Bill's show as a basis to tell the story of the death of Native American culture. It is one of the most moving American plays ever writ- ten But. like life, this tragedy is spiked with humor Kopit mixes satire and farce with drama, historical fact (and fantasy), and the words of the Indian people—es- pecially Chief Joseph and Sitting Bill. Just about the time you are settling back to enjoy a parody of buffoons like Buffalo Bill and various government officials, you are hit with a piece of eloquence of Native...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

If "The Last Waltz" is a documentary of the concert, what place do the studio numbers have here? honcho, and he dominates both the con- cert and the interview footage. The camera dwells on his face in close-ups for minutes on end; even when one of the guests takes the stage, Robertson is usually lurking in the background, and sometimes even in the foreground. Much was made of Barbra Streisand's domination of A Star Is Born; her control of the frame was nothing compared to Robertson's seeming death grip. This is all very well; Robertson has a good stage personality and a cute face. Rolling Stone characterized his ap- pearance in this film as that of a "matinee idol." The question is, however, what does 30 minutes of Robbie Robert- son's face have to do with the rest of the concert and the rest of the film? The answer is, at least as much as the 20 or 30 minutes of "interviews" with the members of the band (again dominated by Robertson). These are used as in- terludes between songs, a...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

, %: : mi IlljSffWff *;%&K' IHl ^ irW ^/teMNS WEEK OF JUNE 9-15, 1978 AMERICANA 2200 Hancock Drive 1453-6641} Corvette Summer Harper Valley P T A The End Warlords Of Atlantis CAPITAL PLAZA Capital Plaza Shopping Center (452-7846) The Buddy Holly Story CINEMA WEST 2130 S Congress (442-5719) Every Inch A Lady Felicia OOBIE SCREENS Dobie Mall (477-1324) Furtlvos" Monty Python Meets Beyond The Fringe Deliverance and Wizards (Mldnighters through 6 13) The Man Who Fell To Earth and WR -Mysteries 01 The Orgasm (Mldnighters 6/14-6/20) FOX TRIPLEX 6757 Airport Blvd (454-2711) Harper Valley P T A "Capricorn One Bad News Bears Qo To Japan HIGHLAND MALL CINEMA Highland Mall (451 7326) American Graffiti" The Greek Tycoon" LAKEHILLS IV 2426 W Ben White Blvd (444-04811 Metamorphosis The Jungle Book Semi-Tough The Turning Point NORTHCROSS VI Northcross Mall (454-5147) Coming Home Corvette Summer" High Anxiety" In Search Ot The Castaways Sea Gypsies The End" RIVERSIDE TWIN 1930 E Riverside Drive...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

unlike "Dr. Zhivago" and "Lawrence Of Arabia," the subject is far too light for the three-and-a-half-hour length. Made by the British in 1971. G.V. SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER A good movie makes our world larger, our limits less strict. With this film of John Badham's, we understand a little better all those urban, Catholic, ethnic types we think so strange because they didn't grow up smack in the center of the suburban middle- class. Everybody has glory dreams, whether they live in Brooklyn and work in a hardware store or live in Austin and work in a bookstore. The moves may look different, but the instincts are the same. G.V. SEA GYPSIES No information available. SEMI-TOUGH Texan Dan Jenkins wrote the book about two pro football players on their way to the Super Bowl. Along the way they encounter just about every imaginable hindrance to their training from low-life indulgences to high-life excesses. Jenkins has a special flair for assembling multitudes of jerks and making them all look r...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

I I lib ml ii fur next issue must /><• mewed by june 12 abel moses 10-11 Kiwi alamo roadhouee 9 10 Btewer A Shipley after ours 9 10 Spate Part®/ Eileen 4 Elk in Performances by Women Open mike Eloiae Burred H Bing Bingham 13 antone s 9 10 Clttton Chemer armadillo 9 10 Spirit Bugs Henderson U Friends ol T raditional Music. 2 pm. in Beer Garden Gemini Party Steven Fromholr Jon Emery 4 Su/i Rail, Mysteiy Guests 12 Flora Purlm 12-13 Jon Emery in Beer Garden Now Riders ol the Purple Sage Jon Emery 16 Mose Allison (Cobham cancelled) arthur 8 9-15 Arl Spiawn Show attic club 9-15 Travis County Line back ROOM 9 Dan 4 Dave 10 Michael James Band 11 Bourbon Brothers 12 Partners In Crime 13 What Next? 14 Ken Thieadgiil 4 the Red River Band 15 Butch Hancock broken spoke 9 Golden Country 10 Bert Hivera S the Nightriders 11 Desperadoes 14 People's Choice casablanca Tues-Sat Joint Effort, daily James Polk at happy hr charlie s open house 9 Binker D 10 Paul Emery/Ron Fruge 11 Jam session 12 Ran...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

m Road Acts June 10: Al Jarreau, Paramount, $5 75, $6.75; Al Dimiola with Renaissance, Municipal Auditorium June 11: California Suite" National Touring Company premier, Paramount, $8.75 to $4.75 June 12: Flora Purim, Armadillo. $4 advance June 14: New Riders of the Purple Sage, Ar- madillo, $4 advance June 15: Mose Allison. Armadillo. $3.50 ad- vance (Billy Cobham cancelled) June 16: Dolly Parton, Municipal Auditorium, $7.50; Pat Metheny. Armadillo, $4 advance June 17: Ruby Starr and the Lucy Grey Band, Armadillo, $3.50 advance June 18: Papa John Creach, Armadillo. $4 ad- vance June 22: David Bromberg, Armadillo. $4 ad- vance June 23: David La Flamme, Armadillo, $3 50 advance June 29: Ray Charles. Country Dinner Play- house, $16 and $11 June 29: Patti Smith, Austin Opry House, $6 June 30: Charley Daniels, Austin Opry House, $6.50 Club Listings ABEL MOSES 2313 Rio Grande/477-5001 This very small bar/restaurant is right in the middle of UT and generally chock full of fresh-faced stude...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Club Listings run I'J fruit i fuifft 11 CASABLANCA Wost 15lh. 4727355 /Vorth going lo v«ry one# in a while oven i( the drink prices are rather stilt The am blortco high back cane chairs welt spaced tables and long-dressed waitresses are always good tor a fix ot elegance Open wive days Mon-Fri 4 pm 2 am. and Frt & Sat o pm am Covei S1 No food Out live bands nightly Bar drinks $1 50-$3. tap beer $1 Happy hour Mon-Fri 4-7 pm with piano :>lnyer Heie tookin at you kid CHARLIE S OPEN HOUSE '112 West 6trw477«4696 ■let ontly reopened under the management nf musician Binker D who plans to make it a showcase lor singer songwriters This medium si/ed place hasn't gotten much publicity yet and is consequently pretty un- populated It s hard to teel comfortable when the musician is playing |ust to you and your friends but in time this could work up to be a right coty place it has the makings One pool table in back Open noon to 2 am Mon Sat No cover Bar drinks $1 25. tap beer 75 cents Happy ...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

% here—everything revolves around the gigan- tic dance floor, full of couples two-stepping even through the bands breaks Long tables conducive to BIG groups who come for SERIOUS carrying-on C&W all the way. with a clientele ranging the full spectrum in age. dress, and type. Open Tues-Fri 9 pm-1 am. Sat 9 pm-1:30 am. Cover $ 1 -S3. Bar drinks $1.30. SKYLINE CLUB 11306 North Lamar/836-9915 Large place with a big dance floor catering to the country and western crowd Casual at- mosphere and dress Open 2 pm-2 am. closed Sun Beer 70 cents, and set-ups. Snacks, but no food SOAP CREEK 707 Bee Caves/327-9016 First of all, there's the driveway. Then there's loveable Billy Bob the bouncer—almost everything about Soap Creek is legendary in scope Funky, roomy bar area to cavort in and shoot pool. Dark, moody club area with a small, jammed dance floor This club gets some of the finest local and non-local talent to be had Clientele doesn't fit too well into a category. If you re there and you'...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Drama "The H/ackynard ot HI ink Rock' n/'(ii< Iune 9 at Melodrama Theatre cont'd from page 13 University * Mary Moody Northen Theater The production stars John Schuck, and is presented each Tues Sun Call 836-5921 tor further Into concerning times and reset vatlons NEIL SIMONS "CALIFORNIA SUITE BEGINS ITS NATIONAL TOUR AT THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE on Sun. June 11 with one performance only at 8 pm Stars Brenda Vaccaro and James Farentlno Tick- ets are available at Inner Sanctum. Disc Records and the Paramount box office Call 472-5411 for more Info "QILOA: TAKE TWO" will play Fn & Sat nights at 11 pm at Center Stage Theatre beginning Juno 9 Author John Amber won a major drama award for his script and is currently writing his dissertation on play- wrlghting at UT Call the theater for more info at 477-1012 Exhibits CENTER STAOE THEATRE ANNOUNCES THE OPENINO Of ITS NEW GALLERY with a premier exhibition of Native American images courtesy of Ni-Wo-Di-Hi Galleries, the Sun Dog and Wagner ...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Kerrville cont'd from page 3 flutes around at the Ballad Tree, while roadies behind the stage sweated to unload stacks of amplifiers and electric instruments. Someone else checked the levels on festival impressario Rod Ken- nedy's pride and joy, a huge multi-track electronic mixing board so large and complex that it had to be trucked out to the site. That was the 1978 Kerrville Folk Festival for you: roll your own metaphor. Kennedy might have been running a "folk festival," but the music ran the gamut from Peter Yarrow to Delbert McClinton, from Kenneth Threadgill to Mother of Pearl. It wasn't a folk festival and it wasn't rock and roll. Most of the ink-stained wretches of the press in fact wandered around for the better part of four days doing nothing much more than trying to figure out how to label the thing—never mind getting the story. There were over 40 publications and radio stations represented at Kerrville. Their representatives had ample time while slogging through the thic...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Of the first kind: a highly profitable full-length featureYfilrri CLONED ENCOUN M an1-jfiiir?its-: with the mike in his dit! were moving down a road white in the distance, mountain peaks stood against the sky. "It's sundown here in the hot zone of yo - McDonnell said, "and thousands of civilian refug ■ rz the «anc of disaster. Seven tank car, of the dangerous G-M nerve gas, destined for destruc- tion by chemical means under safe conditions, ove - turned a few hours ago at WalkasW Needles JnncHon. There are no real towns or settlements in these . ,, he, wcnt on "but vacation wild Wyoming foothills, he went on, u camps and cottages are being evacuated no Tnn and marine trucks and helicopters comb an area one hundred miles in diameter that has as s r the peak known as Devil s 1 ower. The camera pulled back to show the cortege of ♦2ks moving past Then, with a blink, the picture £gcd to a telephoto shot of a distant rnountam steep sides of Devil's Tower," McDonnell was wyir," "have made ...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

Bastrop Man Maintains Miniature Motel Museum BY KAY WEBB BASTROP — In the June issue of Texas Monthly magazine, Rich- ard West presented a "Small Mu- seums Trail," showing museums all around the state. But he didn't include in his listing what may be one of the smallest museums any- where, located right in Bastrop. Situated in the parking lot of the Colorado Motel on Pecan Street, "Riley's Museum" is a glass-and- plywood showcase about three feet high and six feet wide, and a look inside is a look into the past. Over 100 items make up the museum's "exhibits." Among them are a whisky jug, a flatiron, a butter mold, a railroad lantern, a tobacco cutter, and various kinds of hammers, tongs, and pliers. The museum's main feature, though, is a collection of wrenches — buggy wrenches. Model T wrenches, a Hudson wrench and what the museum's "curator," Riley Crosby, describes as "the best collection of plow wrenches I've ever seen." Crosby said that he has been collecting the objects for se...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 June 1978

SEC. II. FA(.I Sultscribr to I ho TIMES JUNE CALENDAR f HI-BASTROP C OUNTY TIMKS SM1THVILI.F. TFXAS 78957 T HURSDAY, JUNES, 197* Worm Cases Scattered k\i 3rd McCiLlIM Ml SC100L 100C8 9th & 10th JUNIOR RODEO liiriui Jotiir (tin illttlltlll ' lUCIlllll ill Ifillt If M mil 12PM 171b OLD TIMERS RODEO'T" Oil Till l 4it CrwliTi luit 23rd St 24th JUNIOR RODEO iJli SutliiU _ ti? ntn itlirsitiu )pm 11 iiTrrmrrn rrr 11 r ri i mrrrrri i rrnrr^ Ozzie s \ Burger Queen : Thurs & Fri June 8 & 9 Chili Burger .99 : Mon., Tues., & Wed. June 12, 13, & 14 Grilled Cheese & Small Fries $1.05 A'ways serving Golden Fried Chicken Z Home of Char Broiled liurgers Good Food Fast Service j Hwy 71 Smithville 237-3382 iiiniiii«nniimmiiiiuiiiiitimif ■'. w Screwworm cases arc popping up rapidly in unexpected — and in some instances, unex- plained — locations in Texas as the month of May entered its final weeks. As of May 18, Texas had recorded six screw- worm eases. Five were confirmed durin...

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