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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 8 January 1976

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THIS WEEK IN CLhr dimes: WHIMM J.P.'s B-Ball Etc. Page 2 Page 2 Pages 6 & 7 Fifteen C^its m t liastrnu Qlolnitu I'.izrrfi In benter, Inc. F. 0. I>cx 45*36 Dallas, "exp.3 75235 (Limes SER y/\G SMITHVIl.l t:. BASTROP. El.HIS u,nl ALI. BASTROP C OUNTY VOL 85. NUMBER 3 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHYILLE. TEXAS 789S"i THURSDAY JANUARY !5. !976 UT Environmental Science Par/ Groundbreaking Slated Groundbreaking ceremon- ies marking construction of new conference and research facilities at the Buescher Division of The University of Texas En- vironmental Science Park will be held Friday. Janu- ary 16 at 1:30 p.m. at the construction site. Dignitaries from throughout the state and nation have been invited to attend the ceremonies and the welcoming barbe- que luncheon to be hosted by the citizens of Smith- ville at 12:00. All persons who have been instrumen- tal in bringing the Science Park to final truition have been included on the guest list. Citizens of Smithville and surround- in...

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

PACE 2 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SMITHVILLE TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY JANUARY IV 1976 i)ur^ imons / i PLO? In recent years I have chuckled and scoffed at billboards along the highway that shout the message "r*"t the US out of the UN!" I no longer scoff and would now probably go along with the idea if it were only possible. It is now really a matter of getting the UN out of the US and that could be a difficult task. What tipped the scales for me was the latest action by die UN Security Council which allowed the seating and granting of voting rights to the Palestine Liberation Organization. 1 really like that name. PLO. If an organiza- tion with similar credentials were to be formed in the US it would have to be headed by Charles Manson. Richard Speck, and Lee Oswald. -. The PLO is not a state like the other members of the UN. Simply, it is not a nation to be united with. It is a . nebulous mobile group of terrorists and murderers that no nation will claim. But the PLO has made a lot of cla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHV1LLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE 3 [ As Your C-C Sees It ] Right Of Way Wrangle SMITHVILLE - Once again Smithville did itself proud in hosting the Pennsylvania Bi- centennial Wagon Train as it made a stop in our town on its trek to Valley Forge. Pa Larry Rossi, the wagon master, said, "We've gotten the best reception in Smith- ville we've had anywhere The people here are so friendly." And in turn Smithville people who saw the show presented in the Cafetorium Saturday night by the young people of the drama and music department of the University of Pen- nsylvania (plus some local talent) received a real treat Everyone who saw, and heard- it, said, "I'm glad I came." The young performers were appreciative of the Smithville audience of over 200, too. "This is the first time we ever received a standing ovation," one of them said. The climax came Sunday morning when several from Smithville. including Mr and Mrs Ken Blaschke (Bi- centennial C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

PAGE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY JANUARY IV 1976 Miss Betsy Moore Represents Texas At Debutante Ball BASTROP Miss Elizabeth Terry Moore (Betsy) daughter of Mrs. Evohn Moore of Bastrop, and W.G. Moore of San Francisco, represented Texas at the 21st annual International Debutante Ball at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City December 30. She is ,a graduate of The Hockadav School in Dallas and is presently a student of?Texas Christian Uni- versity in Fort Worth wfjjpre she pledged Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Miss Ceje Briscoe, daughter of Gov and Mrs. Dolph Briscoe was the lead debutante repre- senting the United States. The announcement was made by Beatrice Joyce, founder and directress of the ball. Among the 4N young women presented were: Miss Mouza Zumwalt. daughter of Adm. and Mrs. Elmo Zumwalt. Jr. of Alexandria. Virginia. Countess Catherine Kornis. daughter of Count Charles Kornis de Gonzruska and Countess Julia Kornis. Vienna. Austria. Miss A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 78957 page $ .. «*r i;i MINSTRELS A delight to both cities were, left to right: Steve Bass and Charlie Serrano. Hidden behind Miss Bass is Karolchick, Kathleen McGrath, Eileen DeFrancis, Shari pianist Dean Hess. DOWN MAIN STREET Led by the Jamboree Cowboy. Wagon Train parades through Smithville. V * Prairie Schooners Roll Through Bastrop County . . . And Stop Awhile About 2:30 Saturday afternoon they pulled into Smith ville ... greeted at the city limits by city officials and es- corted to a parade down Main Street led by Eagle Scouts and the Tiger Band ... Cub Scouts, Brownies, Head Start and floats ... On to the High School grounds to camp for the night ... Bicentennial Commission brings supper of fried chicken and all the trimmings ... the happy show featuring Bicentennial Wagon Train minstrels Steve Karolchik, Dean Hess, Charlie Serrano, Kathleen McGrath, Eileen DeFrancis and Shari Bass ... Standing ovation f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES SMITHVILLt TEXAS 7 957 THURSDAY JANUARY 15 1976 Tigerettes Bring Record To 2-0 In District Play Bastrop Edges Tigers In Double Overtime, 61-59 SMITHVILLE Smith vilie's Tigerettes had a perfect 2-0 record in Dist- rict play last w eek as they triumphed over Halletts- ville Monday night 15-31 and then swamped Bas- trop Thursday night by a lopsided 56-8 score. The Tigerettes started out strong, chalking up 13 points to the Br ah mas" 5 in the first quarter and increasing their lead to 25-11 by the halfway point. The third quarter saw the Brahmas draw to within four points, how- ever. as the Tigerettes were limited to just 4 points of their own in the quarter. An even 8 point fourth quarter maintained the Tigerettes slim lead and brought them their victory. High point girl for the Tigerettes was Rose Hemphill with 13. shoot- ing at 60% from the floor. Mary Ann Henderson snagged 13 rebounds and Dorothy Deloach grabbed 8. > ' In the Bastrop game, the Tig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THURSDAY JANUARY 15 1976 THE BASTROP COINTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE TEXAS 78957 PAGtf Tigers Blast Brahmas, 75-52 SBitlntlt's Tigers fast break opened up a 27-13 lead in the first quarter Against Hailettsville and tile lo<;al five was never beaded as they coasted to a lopsided 75-52 win District 25AA Basketball Standings Bastrop 3-0 Weimar 2-1 La Grange 2-1 Smithville 2-1 Hailettsville 1-2 Giddings 1-2 Luling 1-2 Hays Cons. 0-3 in the district 25AA contest last Tuesday night Larry Henderson, hitting 69% of his shots from the floor, chalked up 21 points for the visiting Tigers After the blistering pase of the first quarter, the Tigers steadied to 15 points in the second period and led 42-24 at the midway break Coasting m the third quarter, the Tigers still outscored their opponents 13-10 and finished well with a 20 point fourth quarter Other Tigers in the double figures were Giles and Ingram with 16 points, and Chandler with 10 Henderson led in re- bounds with 14. Giles a close second w...

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

PAGE 8 THK BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TE XAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1976 Last Rites Held For MaxMarburger Max Carl Marburger board for twelve years. PUBLIC NOTICES BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW' Mr. & Mrs. Max Marburger THUNDERBIRD v / > >. SEPTIC SERVICE ^ ' Wi SPECIALIZE IN ud(££- '237-2549 237-2000 • SIFTIC STSTIMS • BACKHOf WORK • DIRT & GLAVIL • RANCH ROADS • WATIR LINES Winchester Road SMITHVILLE was born November 8, 1879. and died December 28. 1975. The funeral service was held Decem- ber 30 in Smithville with Rev. Russell Nees officiat- ing. Max was the last surviving member of a family of twelve children born to James and Marie Doss Marburger. He weighed only five pounds at birth and lived to the age of 96. His four grand- parents came to Texas in the middle 1800's. They settled at Haw Creek near VVinedale in Fayette County where thev lived for thirty years. Twelve years after the Civil War, Max's parents and grandparents moved to Cistern. In 1903 M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 PAGE • BASTROP COUNTY TIMES V / SEtfion COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE.. You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!" Call Georgia Ziats At 237-2461 TODAY! FOR SALE BMiscellaneousH FOR SALE 1 Employment SERVICES REAL ESTATE LIFETIME Chain 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. tf SINGER SEWING and Vacuum center, repair 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 FRUIT THREES -Peaches, Plum, Pear, Apricot, Plant now for best re- sults. McGinnis Nursery- Winchester Rd' just off Hwy. 71 in Smithville. Phone 237-2958. 49-tfc FOR SALE: New and used butane systems. Phone 237-2521. tfc For real bargains in new and used fur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES bMlTHWLLE TEXAS 78957 m THURSDAY. JANUARY 15, 1976 SPECIALS FOR JANUARY 15,16,17 3 POUND CAN rcRisco Deodorant ■ i ARRIO X-DRY SUPERMARKET nsco 6 oz. PURR TUNA 14 oz. PINE SOL Ntbke cornI IPEASI root beer j| 12 oz. NIBLETS / TRELLIS 303 #1 CAMPBELL CHICKEN NOODLE 2/69 Cat Food 4 89 FOR 28 oz. DAD'S Powdered Cleanser j t9c A MEAT SPECIALS HICKORY SMOKED BACON 12 OZ S11S RATH CEDAR FARM BOLOGNA 95' RATH SALAMI"' ~ SUMMER SAUSAGE •" 55 1 POUND N.B.C 7'/joz. KRAFT Macaroni & Cheese Dinners 3/79c jjr TEi /soap UPTON ; 3oz.INSTANT POUND 39' — DIAL I BATH SIZE JA TOMATOES x BAG SPUDS — S1W 1 BAG APPLES 3:69' oleo I# LOG CABIN SOLIDS 35« foil"""" 29® icake mixes 69i LETTUCE BANANAS CABBAGE ONIONS POUND YELLOW-LB 351 2- 45" 10« VEL LIQUID 63° 7 oz. SNACK ITEM I 2 3 oz. DUNCAN HINES BROWNIE MIX 99* 32 oz.TEXSUN 'j8m ORANGE JUICE tl 450 3 oz GEBHARDT S 34 oz. VEG-ALL HOME STYLE MIXED FROSTY ACRES 6 OZ. POWDER ORANGE JUICE 3 - 79 rl/ VV I/En | FROSTY ACRES 1...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15,197« -A weekly magazine designed to inform and entertain the people oi fitnlj •••H Tun .Carried in weekly newspapers, it delivers news oi agrieultnrs and sntertainaent; fall-color comics; and photo features to thoneande of Cen^aljeiat Homee. Texas Gold! i "■A m i and Texas tea

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

*!&■ m. • • . 'i ■ ■ ■ ± THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1976 ►AGE 2 Hallettsville To Host Domino Tourney HALLETTSVILLE The 23rd Annual State Championship Domino Tournament will be held once again in Hallettsville on Sunday, January 25th. The actual competition will get underway at 9:00 a.m. at the American Legion Hall. Last January the state domino event drew about 300 domino players from all over the State of Texas. The event is expected tc draw at least that many since the number of play- ers has increased each year the tourney has been held in Hallettsville. Registration will begin, by partners only, for the straight domino competi- tion, at 7:30 a.m. January 25th. All players are urg- ed to be on hand as early as possible before 9:00 a.m. so that registration may be completed before the deadline. The American Legion Hall may be easily heated should the weather be cold, and the only thing that could postpone the tournament would be iced-over highways which occured one time since the e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1976 PACKS Spindletop... birthplace of an industry Some call it the nation's greatest oil well, that Lu- cas gusher that blew in January 10. 1901. on Spindletop hill, four miles south of Beaumont. Tex- as. i H Few could argue, be- cause the success at Spindletop, 75 years ago, inspired other oil pioneers to launch a feverish search for oil along the Texas Gulf Coast, setting off a chain of discoveries that fueled more great ex- pectations, which led to other great oil and gas discoveries and a major American industry. Since the day Spindle- top blew in, Texas oil men have drilled some 630.000 oil and gas wells, accord- ing to the Texas Mid-Con- tinent Oil & Gas Associa- tion. From these wells, more than 40.5 billion barrels of crude oil and 188 trillion cubic feet of natural gas have been produced. Spindletop spawned an accelerated search for pev trolcum energy in Texas and elsewhere. Within four decades Texas had become the number one oil state and the nat...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

-fi,y.i.f :«>v>.SM,, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1976 ★★★★★★★★★ PAGE 4 mmmmmmmmm i — r '-W These photos were taken of a recreation of the famous longhorn cattle drives across Texas and on to the Railheads. They are part of a group of photos that have appeared in National Geographic and advertisements nation wide. Although the rime was different, the drive was as close to the original as possible. The hands started cook fires in the same cold morning air, they ate the same dust, crossed the same windy plains, ate the same sour dough bread, and got the same unmatched pleasure from a hot cup of coffee. hi! WMmr.A .%P

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

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1976 PAGE 5 ★★★★★ * «&aH' ^AV''-jt/Ur Text & photos, Richard Moree "Texas Gold on the Hoof!" This was the role of the legepdafy Texas Longhorn during the post- Civil War years. Named for their enor- mous horns, which some- times measured seven to eight feet, the tough and durable longhorn provid- ed beef for the rapidly growing North during the reconstruction era. The industrialization of the North had created a de- vastating need for beef. This need was supplied in tremendous volumes by cowboys herding the rangy, long legged, mule eared steers over wind- ing, rough and dusty trails to buyers as far north as Kansas, Nebraska, and Montana. It is estimated that more than ten million cattle were trailed out of Texas during this era. These majestic cattle, descendents of early Spanish cattle, were well adapted to the rugged and harsh life style of the de- manding open-range Texas pioneer frontier. The longhorn became noted for its ability to endure th'-st, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

f|. 3jH I * PAGE • THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1976 AG III NEWS TAHC Accepts Rules s>3ci;.ic AUSTIN - Much hard work and many long hours have been devoted to the fight against proposed USDA brucellosis regulations by ICA representatives, the Texas Animal Health Commission and numerous Texas cattle- men. But, the TAHC decided late Wednesday to accept certain provisions which would bring Texas in line with the uniform methods and rules of the USDA brucellosis eradication program. ICA representatives testified before the TAHC in April, October and November urging the development of a research program, and in Decem- ber we offered further recommendations to the TAHC, USDA and Texas congressional delegation which, had they been adopted, would have satisfied federal require- ments and provided needed time for the development of an ef- fective program for Texas. Wc were surprised that a compromise could not be reached and dis- appointed when the Texas Animal Health Com- mission was forced to ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

• r" THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1976 PAGE 7 ACiltl - news Select Trees Now For Fall Planting BASTROP - This is a good time to select shade or ornamental trees for late fall or winter plant- ing says Ronnie Lindsey, county agent for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Planting in fall or win- ter gives the tree time to become established and assures ample .oisture and coolness prior to spring growth. "Select a tree that suits your particular land- scape needs," empha- sizes Lindsey. "Ask your- self these questions. Is there enough room for the tree? Will it fit the exist- ing landscape? Will it be used for shade, screening, wind protection or just to balance the other plants?" Scarcity Of Fertilizer A World Concern There is worldwide concern over the high cost and scar- city of nitrogen fertilizer. TAES scientists are taking a second look at the well known ability of legumes to remove nitrogen from the air and fix it in the soil. Research is con- cerned with improving inocu- lation ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

Lamps Prove Defective "WASHINGTON, D C. • The U.S. Consumer Pro- duct Safety Commission and Woods Wire Pro- ducts, Inc. today announc- ed that some 40,000 clamp-on lamps with met- al reflectors, manufactur- ed during 1970 and 1971 by Woods Wire Products, Inc. may pose an immi- nent danger of severe electric shock. When the lamp is plugged in, the metal spring protecting the cord from strain at the base of the bulb sock- et cap may become elec- trically "hot," thus creat- ing a shock hazard. Most of the lamps were sold in retail stores be- tween April 1970 and De- cember 1971 for approxi- mately $3.00. Some may still be available. Retail- ers are being notified. The lamp consists of a bulb socket attached to a bowl- shaped metal reflector and to a clamp capable of gripping the edge of a door, table top, or other item of furniture. Such lamps are used for a vari- ety of purposes requiring extra illumination. Consumers can deter- mine whether theirs is one of the potentially de- fectiv...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 15 January 1976

ti Presents C i] CQ10H COMICS SER VING BASTROP, FA YETTE, WILLIAMSON, TRA VIS & LEE COUNTIES its out of the question, BB i cant possibly go id your class reunion a unless i have my hair done all ki6ht. how much unless MONEY well..a wash and set c05ts about five do llars ."then theres the styling conpit/oner - -man icure.. coffee.. tips.. oh .. that TWENTY , sh<?olp c^ver \7 j f i think it'5 time 1 '///// WE shovel OUR J snow ■ y' 1 think it6 time we take dowm our christmas tree whv don't we each WE RE OUCHTA BE A LAW DO OUR OWN THING OOOP? i should' ve startfcd tmi6 sooner! gotta finish BEFORE the game starts.' while vou're dressed, trrf i'll miss the take out the klckoff' christmas made it.' SUPER BOWL TIME? tree: & it hasn't started vet' the boxes go up in the attic,the ladder down in the cellar there' now vou can RELAX and reallv enjow the ^ superbowl^/^ irl that's rightf NOTHING'S GOIMG "ID MAKE ME MISS THIS GAME.' <s>xvz and there* me QUN ENDING THE nr&T qu...

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