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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1976 PAGE Z Wagon Train Pilgrimage To Appear PENNSYLVANIA - Ac- companying the Bicentennial Wagon Train Pilgrimage to Pennsylvania is a troup of six young people who daily will perform a free 40-minute musfr-st show featuring sing- ing, dancing, and guitar and piano playing The show is produced by The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State). The lively, thought-provok- ing show includes such themes as parades, immigration, and ild-fashioned patriotism. The troupe performs against a backdrop of wagons, including the official wagon from the state in which the performace >s given. The show was written by W. Bruce Trinkley, assistant professor of h.usic; Dr. Roger Cornish, assistant pro- fessor of theatre; and Don Tucker, a Broadway lyricist and composer serving as a consultant to the Penn State project. "The vital thing about the show is that it gives the audience a sense of where we are and from whence we've come," says Jerry James, of ■ i- WAGON TRAIN SHOW WA...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

,v.v v«v WW/WW l ift W Vienna Boys Choir To Be Heard In Austin AUSTIN - Direct from the Austrian capital, the world- famous Vienna Choir Boys will be heard in concert here at the Paramount Theatre for the Performing Arts at 815 p.m., Monday, February 23, under sponsorship of Rod Kennedy Presents The Chofr is made up of wenty-four boys between the ages of ten and thirteen and has been presented on thirty-one previous tours under the S Hurok aegis All seats will be reserved for this rare evening of music at the 1200 seat Paramount Main floor tickets In the intimate hall will be priced at $5 and |6 with balcony prices at $4 $5 and 16 Tickets are avail- able by mail order only (see order form below) until Feb- ruary 2 after which time they will go on sale at the Paramount box office, at the ticket office at 661S N Lamar, and at InnerSawtum Classics record shop ami Sears in Hancock Center One of the outstanding musical attractions of one of the world's most musical cities, the bovshave b...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

PAGE 4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1976 Old Fashioned Christmas. . One of Central Texas' best known country restaurants is the Inn at Brushy Creek in Round Rock, where innkeepers Bux Kelly and Fred Tinnen have created a reputation for fine dining that has been widely recognized, from Holiday Magazine to Texas Monthly. (See next page)

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1976 P PAGE 7 . . . At Brushy Creek Ini The rich natural smells of citrus fruit and evergreen branches during the holiday season enhance the customary scent of the cuisine at the restored old inn located on the historic Chisholm Trail where it crosses Brushy Creek. Kalb is s Animal which in- ers, Pa- Amarillo; Laredo; Olton; John svtlle; C E ; E. Porter Hal- Augustine; and T A. d, San Antonio. omical olidays whipping cream and mar- garine At vegetable counters, the economy buys center on pota- toes -- both white and sweet, along with several cabbage - type items, such as broccoli, Brussels fDroul&and cabbage

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1976 (fill "" 15 WS . Discovers New Weapon There are that the Unit*) } found itself with a Dr HO n of agriculture at University, said tnted out to I In Dal - o f •• the world's population, con* *ume<; 16 per cent of the '^world's annual supply of grain ami livestock, but producers 22 per cent of the world's grain and livestock Benefits of exports to off farm domestic economy "are not to he overlooked, said the agricultural official "Last year, I 2 million Jobs were related to agricultural exports Half of these were off the farm Every dollar value exported results In two dollars of expanded economic activity, an extra dollar higher income to wage earners, profits and tales for the government Continuing, Kunkel said, "The contribution of agrl cultural exports, altogether $22 billion, to our balance of payments made it possible for the American economy to • weather a tripling of the price [of Imported oil while ^maintaining relative stability ,in the value of the ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1976 PAGE 7 ag 1u - news Brucellosis Change Opposition Voiced BASTROP - Members of the Texas Animal Health Com- mission last week reaffirmed their opposition to proposed changes in the federal brucel- losis eradication program that were to be effective on Janu- ary 1. They stressed that they favor "reasonable, effective control measures which can work," including development of a more effective vaccine for the livestock desease. Ronald Lindsey, county agent for the Texas Agricul- tural Extension Service, noted that Commission members also reiterated their request for an in-depth, impartial, in- dependent study of the entire brucellosis program and all possible programs for dealing with the problem. Earlier this fall, the livestock industry of Texas had requested that Con- gress authorize a study of the program, now more than 40 years old. Following the TAHC meet- ing last week, authorities of r'the U.S. Department of Agri- culture's Animal and Plant Health Inspect...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

«—#r* '■tuft**• FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1976 Family Page ZKwxraeMi — W ■W— "SUSAN DUFF MASTRO'S It you re going fo splurge on calories over the holidays, do it with this luscious mincemeat pie and give family and friends a memorable taste treat. Makes 8 servings. Filling 3 cups prepared mincemeat, Wi cups pared, cored and chopped cooking apples, 1 tablespoon brandy (optional), I tablespoon shcrry (optiorial) Pastry: One 10-ounce package pie crust mix Hard Sauce: 2/3 cup butter or margarine, 2 cups' unsifted confectioners sugar, 2 tablespoons brandy For filling, combine mincemeat, apples, brandy and sherry, mixing well; set aside, lor pastry, prepare pie crust mix according to package directions for a 9-inch two-crust pie, Divide pie crust into two parts, one half slightly larger. Roll large part on lightly floured surface to form a 13-inch circle. Fit loosely into pie plate. Trim. Fill with mincemeat filling. Roll remaining dough to form 12-inch circle. Cut slits for steam to escape. Pla...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

1 Presents COLOE COMICS SER V/NG BASTROP, FA YETTE, WILLIAMSON, TRA VIS & LEE COUNTIES — THAT WAS [ A WONDERFUL 4W\ pinner, ' ' EVERYTHING " WAS DELICIOUS HEAVENS T |W KS 'i ¥-< f *"■ ?< ' -> > '4S-.C K 'i,' • y": J I •> rou 9HOVIV HAVE WAKENED .-AFTER ALL, I PIP PROMISE TO HELP YOU WITH THE PI£HES ME, FLO,. i u* /-y 11 ■*' KORRVH MR BUMftcEl ■H CONFERENCE BOSS'JUST BECAUSE *X! MADE A NEW VtAR'4 MfOuxDOM Toourr 6MOKIKIO WW"V MOULD NO eun ' furthermore rM FINING ANOMC AH DOLLAR *MO EVEN| mentions smok 4g3 Mom heartwis: rooM| now on NO SMOkwa kna K PERMlTTEOM NTUIS Offceu -KX/U. LOCKV IF WE SMOKING IS NOT ONtV INJURIOUS id vour ucaltm BUT- OOPS! I CAUGHT k QUIT.'HE'UJ |mcam usi ONE *KV0RJ LUCKV ffwktf TMATLL COST>«U AOOU.AR CARBUNCLE ON, BROTHER' THAT* TWE STRAW TUE BETTER COUGH UP- *X/RE NO MATCH FOR HIM - COUBNf MATtN' ♦ 2.00, CRiNGELV. M^SELf JUETlN ^■■rriMtr M - {w:

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

■■ WHEtt ALVIN MAN SANDWICHES YKTKBAY M.VIN'5 FHWWfl MUST BS MWUXJSLY WSALTNY H6SATSAU.MK DtNNSW / (MUHKfi! ONf *HOU IcnnnckH CSJfi W*m IWWNNffl TWIOKTl JfNCS ALVtNH CANTCOMffOK IrnncaH HW OOMINvH FOMMAKOT HMrRADlH r?M -g^ Wom6 CooWin^ MOW POUR ^2 CUP OF SHERRY INTO CHEF/LET ME SEE THAT RECIPE." 1 •MP t WERE TD TELL H)M )T WA9 GOOP, HE'D ONLY COOK IT AGAIN.* /- • l 7« By Umtad FMlur* Syndic«W. We •CAN NOU TAKE CRITICISM, BOSttV ? " "an old-fash ionep RECIPE. ONE "THAT WILL STICK TO VOUR RI&S." ► — RIP OVER PANCAKE$ AND LIGHTLY BROWN ON OTHER 6VPE. "WE'RE TRACKING POWN AN ODOR. AT FIRST WE THOUGHT IT WAS COMING FROM THE TRA5H ROOM."

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

i / PO YOU REALIZE THAT THIS VBSfiDS, EUPHORIA- ISIANP HAS ABSOLUTELY \ I SUSPECTEP AS the lowest per capita i muchj income on the ^ ptanet? /-BUT TIU, f I'VE NEVER HAP PROOF/ chief.' NOU).. NOT A _____ C) V WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO PO ABOUT IT?// kskissisms AT THIS VERY moment I AM APPRESSING THE INFORMATION TO the guinness book of records...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 2 January 1976

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

;xi .enter, Inc. F. U. Box .^36 ex,;3 75235 \ 'this week in (Tin1 (Limes: I WHIMM Page 2 J P.'s Page 2 B-Ball Page 7 E>, ^ Fifteen Cents ^ VOL 85, NUMBER 2 % ®asta„(u es SERVING: SMITHVIILE, BASTROP\ ELGIN ami ALL BASTROP COUNTY THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 ThuRSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1976 Wagon Train Due Here A caravan of covered wagons, a part of the Bi- centennial Wagon Train Pilgrimage to Pen- nsylvania. will encamp in Smithville January 10 and in Bastrop January 11 and 12 as it makes its way through the county en route to Austin. T.ie Wagon Train will be led by a Conestoga wagon from Pennsylvania, whose Bicentennial Commission is running the national pilgrimage, accompanied by a Texas Prairie schooner, a chuck wagon, and a number of privately-owned wagons. At each stop the pilgrimage will collect scrolls of rededication signed by citizens as a pledge of renewed com- mitment to the ideals set forth in the Declaration of Independence. The members of the wagon tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

PAGE t THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 18957 THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 - |)ur^ inions WAR Monday, December 29th, the United States was again attacked by a hostile enemy. The attack was vicious and oruel, a historic case of deceit and inhumanity. LaGuardia Airport in New York, where 11 people were killed, was attacked by an enemy under the flag of interna- tional terrorism. '!• We have watched as terrorists have bombed, maimed and killed thousands of people around the world. And then stood helplessly as other governments give these crimi- nals refuge. And again it has happened here. The war has come home. Americans have been killed on American soil and Americans cannot stand for this. Let us hope that the attack on LaGuardia will lead the United States to declare open war on the terrorists. Maybe it will be enough of a shock to jolt American foreign policy makers into realizing that there is a new sovereignty to recognize and deal with. Maybe now the U.S. will lower its g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1976 Questions Added To,IRS Returns THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 7M57 PAGE I WASHINGTON D.C.- lndividual Internal Revenue Servi i (IRS) taxpayer returns for 1975 include questions on residence intended to provide an accurate basis for equitable distribution of general revenue sharing funds, according to the Office of Revenue Sharing (ORS) -of the U.S. Treasury Depart- ment. Such funds are returned by the Federal govern- ment to State and local general-purpose govern- ments under terms of Federal revenue sharing law. The amount each government receives is based, in part, on popula- tion and per capita income estimates made by the Bureau of the Censu^, U.S. Department of Commerce. The new questions on the income tax form are designed to identify the taxpayer's legal residence, which may dif- fer from his or her mailing address. Authority to ask the new questions is provided in Section 6017A of the Internal Revenue Code. The information from the resi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

PAGE 4 Some pans of our im- mortality are realized in this life. The influence of Fred Haynie's life here as citizen, public official, church member, family man. business man. and friend of many will be evi- dent in Bastrop for as long as we who knew him are able to remember. We remember him as one who believed deeply, loved life and was not afraid to enjoy it, liked to be with people, and ap- preciated the amenities which friendship, sports events and social events afforded him. As the Superintendent of Bastrop Cuunty Public Schools /or four decades, Fred saw the school sys- tem here change from a large number of small ru- ral schools at the forks Of the creeks to a fewer number of larger and more modern ones. In the eight decades of his earthly life he saw the mode of travel, change from horse and buggy to automobile and airplane, and he was a witness to the coming of a space age. Among the many who miss Fred here are the woman who was his de voted life companion aw a daughter who...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THURSDAY. JANUARY 8 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE. TEXAS 78957 PAGE 5 Math Is Second Nature To The Educator Of The Week Just mention algebra, geometry and calculus and most shudder But all these mysteries of the math world are second nature to our e- ducator of the week She is Willa Smith who teaches Mathematics at Smithville High School The ptrt. ener- getic redhead is new to Smith- ville but not to the- teaching field She came tu us from Springwood High School in Spring Branch She savs she began teaching for financial reasons, but after her first year in a junior high class- room she was hooked Those kids real'v captured mv heart All it took was that first year Kirtley News By Mrs. W R Urner Home From Hospital Mr A F Miller returned home fromtheSmithvilleHos- pital last Friday He is doing alright. Susan Richards, daughter of Mt and Mrs Vernon Richards of San Antonio and grand- daughter of Mr and Mrs Al- bert Richards, graduated from the University of Texas in Austin ju...

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