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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 8. 1976 SUPERMARKET FQODSHHSS KRAFT LIBBY'S Cream Style CORN 3$ LIBBY'S SWEET PEAS "" TOP-FUTE BISCUITS 10 COUNT C SHOWBOAT MIRACLE WHIP 1 QCfc* ST A Y-FREE MAXI-PADS 12 s Miracle Whip 303 SIZ SPECIALS FOR JAN. 8, 9, 10 300 SIZE PARKAY OLEO 1 POUND JUMBO ROLL 40 OZ SCOTT SINGLES PORK & BEANS BLACKBURN'S POT-O-SYRUP $1.09 BLACKBURN'S PEACH OR STRAWBERRY PRESERVES - 690 WESSON OIL - $1.59 GLADIOLA MEX CORNBREAD MIX GLADIOLA PANCAKE 6 OZ. 5 $1.00 TISSUE 3 79C 6% OZ. MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE WAFFLE MIX 4 690 FROSTY ACRES 6 OZ. 10 OZ. $2.69 POP CORN PRESTO 5 OZ. 2 POUNDS COFFEE $2.39 45C 10 O z. Bag NOODLES 390 O.B. Fine, Medjum, Wide COLD CAPSULES DEL MONTE TUNA i49! CONTAC ° $1.29 ORANGE JUICE 3-79 FROSTY ACRES 10 OZ. BROCCOLI CUTS 27 FROSTY ACRES SO BROCCOLI SPEARS 27 FROSTY ACRES SLICED STRAWBERRIES 41 8 OZ. RATH QUALITY MEATS HICKORY SMOKED BACOH M" RATH ALL MEAT OR-BEEF WEIMERS--79' BUD...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SM1THVILLE, TEXAS 18957 PAGE 7 )76 Smithville Rolls, 63-48 SMITHVILLE - Smithville's Varsity roundballers rolled over their visitors from Luling by a 63 to 48 score Saturday night, opening up a 16-8 first quarter lead and never relinquishing the advantage The Tigers fast break play was particularly effective in Bastrop Bears Hold Off Rebels, 58-50 BASTROP - The Bastrop Bears established a good lead early in the game and then held off a fourth quarter threat by the Hays Rebels to take their first district game of the season 58 - 56 Bastrop and Hays are both picked to finish high in the standings in 25AA Led by Dennis Wilson's 25 points, the Bears were ahead by 15 going into the last period Hays hit for 20 in the last eight minutes and held Bas- trop to 13. but the Rebels' ef- fort was not enough to close the gap opened up early by the Bears Bastrop goes to Weimar Tuesday. January 6. and meets a talented Smit'iville team on Bear home...

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

PACE 8 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1976 I I c Why don't you run an They're county wide and you'll sell it in no time. FOR SALE LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete and in- stalled Free estimates Builders Supply Co phone 237-2402, P O Bo* 509. Smithville. Texas 78957 28-tf FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521. tf SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center, :epair service New and used sewing machines and vac- uum cleaners Authorized Singer Dealer. 1108 East Travis, La Grange, Texas 713/968-5923 6-tf FOR SALE New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tf PETS StKVICEb VERLA S KENNELS Alum Creek 237-2961 after 4pm and on weekends tfc FOR SALE- 1 year old male Yorkshire Terrier. Registered $50 00 Call 237-3504 after 5 p m 2-ltc Miscellaneous For real bargains in new and used furniture see Smithville Furniture No 2, Main. Smithville Phone 237-21U 2* tfr Loose Diamonds - Price quotes - Kragh s Jewelry, Bastrop. 512/321-2351 21 tf McGINNIS TREE ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PACE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES CLASSIFIER CITATION Bl PUBLICATION TO: Any Sheriff or Con- stable Within the State of Texas: You a *e hereby com- manded to cause to be published once each week for four consecutive weeks, the first publica- tion to be at least twenty- eight days before the re- turn date thereof, in a newspaper printed in Bastrop County, Texas, the accompanying ela- tion, of which the follow- ing is a true copv CITATION BY PUBLICATION The State of Texas TO: The Heirs and Un- known heirs of Robert and Martha Leonard, the heirs and unknown heirs of Cara (aka Cary or Caro) Leonard, the heirs Of CI irles Leonard, and all persons claiming title or an interest under the deed from A.W Moore to Robert Leonard,, which deed was dated March 18, 1880, Defendants in the cause numbered and styl- ed hereunder. You are hereby com- manded to appear before the Honorable District Court, 21st Judicial Dis- trict of Bas...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

PAGE tO THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 8 1976 TEN DAYS OF UNBELIEVABLE BARGAINS 1/2 Price 1/2 Price Entire Stock of Winter Coats Jackets Sweaters Sweatshirts For men, women and children 1/2 Price Insulated Coveralls Selected Group of ladies and girls Slacks Blouses Dresses Skirts Jackets V2 Price Shirts Velours Flannels Turtle Necks Men s Leisures 1/2 Price Entire Stock of Hubbard Slacks Levi Knit and Corduroy Jeans Wrangler Corduroy Jeans For boys 8-20 1/2 Price Entire Stock of Felt and Fabric Hats Caps and Gloves Mercury Shoes Entire Stock Values to s7°° Selected Styles of Ladies Dress & Casuals Values to 51595 $497 Selected Styles of Girls All Leather School Shoes Values to $1295 $397 Selected Styles Little Girls Shoes Values to $10°° Boots for Men Values to *34°° STEEL TOE SNOOT Snoot Dingo Work Westerns Dress Wellingtons $ ]J76 Winter Stride Rite Miscellaneous House Shoes Zipper Boots ^ Dress For men, women,, and children^^T $297i and Fle...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

• —— •I wiekly migizini daiignid to inform md latartaia tfco paopla of B a rait Auatia.Carriad is both Thi Baihop County Tiaii tad Ihi Bound • Bock Ludir, it diliTin aivi of agricultura tad aatntiiaaiat; full-color comiet; 'md photo fiataru^to aiarlj C,0 0 0 homes. ii Bueschei Fails Winter See Pages 4 ani 5 II. I ■

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 PAGE 2 Texas Is Part Of "America On Parade" An early stagecoach, depicting the how the west was won, rid GO WFST YOUNG MAN is part of the giant Walt Disney World and Disneyland Bicentennial sali'te "America on Parade. Staged daily at both theme parks, the parade has 50 floats, and 150 characters called the "People of America." LAKE BUENA VISAT, FLORIDA - The state of Texas will be honored the week of January 18 - Jan- uary 24. 1976, as a festive part of 'America on Pa- rade', the Bicentennial observance presented by Walt Disney Productions at Walt Disney World in Florida and in California's Disneyland. Each state and the Dis* trict of Columbia will be honored according to the order of their admission to the Union. The state's flag will be flown in the Magic King- dom at Walt Disney World all that week. Spc cial announcement will be made relating to the state's history and contri* butions. Dignitaries from the state may be honored at the Magic Kingdom during...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 Kuralt Series To Give Film To Each State* NEW YORK - As CBS News Correspondent Charles Kuralt travels to each of the 50 United States for his "On the Road to '76" series, each governor will be presented with a film print of Kuralt's report on that state, it was an- nounced today by William J Small, Senior Vice President, Director of News, CBS News. "We are very proud of this unusual and important series, which focuses on unique as- pects of each state's history," said Small. "As we begin celebrations for the bi- centennial year, we feel it only appropriate that each 'On the Road to '76' report have a permanent place in that state's capital." Presented on the CBS EVENING NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE to commemorate the nation's bi- centennial, "On the Road to '76" finds Kuralt visiting one of the 50 United States each week, focusing on the people, places and enterprises that give each state a particular flavor and character of its own The series began last July ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

PAGE 4 THURSDAY, JANUARY 8,1976 Winter In Buescher State Park, located between Bastrop, Elgin, and Smithville, Texas is the site of constant zoo- logical, botanical and ecological studies. Large areas of this park are free of human influence which makes the. area a living laboratory. The University of Texas has recently given the go ahead Certain species are found only in the Buescher Park Division. The Park is, of course, a game preserve and the lack of hunting makes the wLiili^e plentiful and congenial. for construction of a cancer research center within the Park. The facility is slated to also do general environmental research when it is establish- ed. Light rays dance through the needles of a pine sapling in the forest of Buescher Park. High branches loaded with cones carrying next Spring's seeds. testant? in a rmctr «*« ^ ..

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

■i nfc. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 s Bueschei Just a short drive through the park can give riders a view of deer, vultures, lizards and of course armadillos. Even in winter the park is alive with motion, growth and light. The winter sun is a cold but reassuring presence filtering through the layers of branches, needles and leaves. The pines and live oaks in the park keep green in the winter colors. Within the park there are picnic areas, campgrounds and trailer hookups. But more important by these are places where you can walk and listen to the silence ring in your ears. In the midstofthecold,grey winter, Buescher Park is a green, growing shelter in which to wait for promised spring. the LPAGE 5 A solitary vulture gliding on air currents above the park and looking for a mekl. vides a fundamental contrast to a much higher and faster "bird." rki mpfihfa wW-;; f Framed by the silhouette of hearty weeds, the cold winter sun slips behind a dar*'n^n®

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

page 6 thursday, january 8, 1976 AG III NIC WS Outdoor Burning Regulations Set Agricultural producers, landowners, city officials and others directing outdoor burn- ing operations must soon com - ply with new regulations set forth by the Texas Air Control Board The new outdoor burning regulations which become ef- fective December 5 outline conditions under which burn- ing can be acceptably practic- ed, points out Dr John Sweet- en, agricultural engineer in waste management for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service "Agricultural producers who in the past have burned crop residues and rangeland to enhance production will be particularly affected by the new regulations," says the Texas AAM University System engineer "Outdoor burning in these instances will be allowed when no practical alternative ex- ists However, certain condi- tions must be met The wind must be in a direction that will carry smoke away from urban areas, and wind speed must be between 6 and 23 miles per hour Furthe...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

i THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 PAGE 7 AClltl - NEWS Suit Brought Against USDA FORT WORTH, TEXAS - An Injunction to prevent the USDA from imposing its threat of embargo of Texas breeding cattle was brought into federal district court in Austin by the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association today. The suit, naming as defendants Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butt, APHIS Administrator F.J. Mulhern, and Deputy Administrator J.M. Hejl, and Paul Becton, in charge of Brucellosis for APHIS, seeks to obtain an injunction restraining the order to cut off federal brucellosis funds as well as to Implement the embargo, according toTSCRA Hilmar G Moore The suit charges that the USDA has failed to meet re- quirements in not filing an environmental impact state- ment on the proposed embargo with the Environmental Pro- tection Agency. Such a state- men, required by law, entails a lengthy review and a hearing with an eventual ruling by the courts. TSCRA Is suing for "declaritory relief and p...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

PAGE I thursday, january i, i97« Family Page 1 nm .. . . a wm t> rrnnirmnm 11 nnrninrmTi m m nrm> ri > >r rrrrrrrrrrrrrrvrrrrrr xi rrtn rrm HjmA Ltiuri io> DtBORAH WHIT L I filers lo 1)1 BOKAM WHITh OF AR Dfc BBIfc My husband has a terrible habit of handing out impossible punishments to the children whenever they -misbehave. Me loses his temper and then tells them they cannot leave the house for the whole day. He goes off to work expecting me to be a policeman thus making it impossible for me to finish my work. Aside from his impulsive decisions to punish the children in this way. he- doubles my work for me without sharing in the responsibility for his own actions. SORfc MOM DE A R MOM Most child psychologists agree that you should never give out a punishment to a child that you cannot really carry out. Your husband is not only punishing the children, he's punishing you also. Aside from being unfair to you, the duration of his punishment is ridiculous since by the end...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

tl Presents COLOH COMICS SER VING BASTROP, FA YETTE, WILLIAMSON, TRA VIS & LEE COUNTIES £ BOY/ I'M FROZEN TO THE BONE' YOU'RE JUST IN TIME HERE, DARLING. TRY THIS WHAT 15 IT? NK7T BAP, NC7T BAP AT ALL WELL ? HW IT TASTE? HOME MADE SOUP t '#'• tl Uf*c Sy« < .. ANP YOU PEEL ALL RIGHT ? YES. - ANY REASON WHY I SHOULPNT? NO, ONLY I WASN'T IOO PERCENT SURE THEY WERE MUSHROOMS BUT THAT'S ONLY WITH "WE WINDOWS CLOSEO s^ttay4 pvllutkm inL>ex IN THIS OFFICE' zyodeuf'^. POLLUTION INDEX Af mde/i erf J. P. SUABLE PKESMNT y WARREN WHIPPLE - and F&4HK BO&TH TEW DAYS WHY DO WE HAVE TO QUIT SMOKING just because .. ME OiO ? r~—^\ s,° _i sh10kimg IN Ull<3 OFFICE because misery loves company.' have a lollipop HOW LONG MAS IT been SINCE the BOSS PUT UP THESE SIGNS? '•gf! DOES IT HELP? IT WORKS but only IP REALLY MEANS it thi& time.' for kojak SOU SHAVE YOUR HE AO kio SMOiiNG im this ofr ce , GOOD :NiMG,BOSSf CV (V -TV, —7— OKAY! LET^S MAKE A BET THE FIRST ONE WHO STARTS SMOKING...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

.V I .A I its so wonderful.' TM GOING TO run home and teu. my folks they'll YOUR OWN CHILD FALLS IN LOVE AND NO ONE CAM! i suppose ms that new boy in your class you* talked ajout constantly {very day all dm 10n4 SO WW IN LOVEf even though its £me THIRPB ■time this! ImonTHTI MAYBE WE fHOULO TAKE SOME INTEREST such a v i nice ten I he's IF YOU HAPPEN To SEE HIM, tell him 'HELLO' TILL Ut iOMfTUlM* MORE AIOUT HIM from us HE MUST V WHAT SPORTS MArtflOOO/l DOES HE UKEf T4STE IF ME LIKES YOU. PEAR I MfS TOKAILV A NATURAL ATHLETE ■&JESS HE KAVi A LCT| Imustkvery intelligent! if you want to nip a i know beautiful friendship in 1 l what the bud. taffy, just tell jm you your folks about it.' "S15&? /Monday /Morning 6 AM /- // « 1976 Dy United Feature Syndicate inc "taoNT £AY, HAVE A NICE _ PAY.' I HAVEN'T HAP ONE H S)MCE "THE FHKA5E STARTEP' 11 ) CAN'T ElNP ANYTHING.11 "WHY PON'T YOU HIPE YOUR HEAP £EH)NPA NEVJS- PAPEJ? UKE OTHER HU9BANPS ?11 ME "TEN EMFTY SEAT£ ON TH1£ BUS ANP HE SVT£...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

THE STRANGE FEMALE IS YOUNG AND STRONG ENOUGH FOR /MWV MATES! sx4a/0 baca:, &</-**/</ gar Rice Burrou yaa~a*// fv ^ ^ 7> //// j'

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

mm- % i 3 /-AND I SOT TO EAT ONLY J 1 THE EEFTOVERS^-C>=X| - BUT LUCKY FOR ME, MY MOTHER WAS A LOUSY COOK CHIEF... WHY (U6&HH0 ARE YOU IN THE (YECHH1) RESTAURANT BUSINESS? CCHOKC') Uieu... I WAS THE LAST OF TWELVE KIDS... I COUIP HAVE STARVED... < "i . i SO 1 AJE EVERYTHING IN SO I SI6HT„>ANP IN SRATITUPE, STARTED THIS MOM SAVE ME AIL , RESTAURANT HER RECIPES... ' — A -DOES THAT EXPLAIN IT FOR YOU, ALFf YEAH... ITS CALLED GETTIN EVEN- OR MAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN.' 5 I !

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

1 Supplement o. C uoui'iy i rrto -A*** <****' WILLIAMS INIMAX SS 100 WEST 2nd • ELGIN, IEMS < > 0J> '°6 * DISCOUNT PRICES Mm >-. 4;-vV«• >**** ■ " - \ri . t UIMIT RIGHTS f?ESEKUEd mKfor yoyR™ Bftwa n # '/.:r ■ M i- - SPECIALS GOOD THURS. — OJ£D. JANUARY 0T4 -tAxxc 14 ^ C/ - S AJa7 Rc/sv Rep ftWtfRHff © 10

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

II MINIMAX ^Mluteos^ GOOV 1/ALU6. PINTO B6ANS RAIHBOUJ VE-LLOUJ cumg rSACHCS — &OOD UALuE U&UID peren&NTz RAINJgOuJ MEP. ^RAIM Rice 4 8® 6COD UALUE UJMITE< COLOW Tons 7?fsue *«£ FIR<3T PICK TOMATO 3 OL CAM 1 1?AlNgOUU CUT 6REEN SPECIALS 600D THUDS'. — UJED. ctamuarv S^tbu^ 14™ BEANS &"T6£\ SAVE ON FROZEN FOODS A^sortep CttAMPte* 2te ££OD fALUE S* , cur cow 55* (SOOD UALUE. MIKEP Mm ^ V&CTABUf & 55f &ooo ualus ^ GR€£NPCAP ysSS4 &ooo ualue ,r mm FtVHfflCKf "I 75* 6*4pe*itee3 ~ -M 99< ^ePP5(2lD0£ FARM ASSORTED CAKZS v.vt a <£CX)D OA^E. CRlfU£t~E <OUT POTATOGf "•£&

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

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