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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
PACE 4 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS "*957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 1976 Smithville Hertiage Society Has Meeting SMITHVILLE - Members of the Smithville Heritage Society met in the Council room of City Hall. Monday. Janua.y 19th to plan for America's Birthday Anniver- sary and recap the efforts of the new group to preserv e Smithville's contribution to our heritage. Following the regular business meeting the group voted to participate in the City's annual Jamboree Parade by preparing a Float with an appropriate theme and to ask for space reserva- tfcn for the Chuck-Wagon Square festivities. Mrs. Weishuhn, president of the Heritage Society, appointed Mr. Lawrence Skelley to prepare a suitable Float as the Heritage Society entry. Members also elected to make vests and bonnets as mementos of America's birthday and to prepare a newsletter for all the mem- bers of the Society, both those who are lucky enough to live in Smithville and those whose lives are spent in other areas o...
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. lTo THL BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS "WS"7 PAGES Jamboree Committee Turnout Largest Ever SMITHVILLE - Jamboree Committee turnout was the largest in the history of . -the organization last Wed- nesday night as approxi- mately 40 persons gathered ,tat City Hall to plan Smith- ville's g four day Bicenten- nial Jamboree April 21 through 24. Unanimous approval was given to most of the prelimi- nary plans made by Overall Chairman Hal Wallace and those members who attend- ed earlier meetings. The four day format for the W76 Jamboree was agreed upon by the entire member- ship, as were plans for 'setting aside the extra day, Wednesday, as 'Old Timers • Day', with activities for senior citizens predominat- ing throughout the opening day. The full membership also agreed that Chuck- wagon Square be set up on the Caroll Smith lot on Main Street as in the past, rather than seeking another site for the special Bicentennial activities. The offer of use of the VFW gr...
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PAGE 6 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 7«9S7 THURSDAY. JANU ARY 22. 1^6 Bears Topple Leps, 61-58 nine seconds remaining. La Grange's attempt to regain possession resulted in a foul that Alexander converted into two points, giving the Bears a three point lead with only six seconds on the clock. With Coach Wilkins's admonition not to foul at any cost well in mind, the Bears I pt their heads, al- lowed the Leopards one unsuccessful shot, and wrapped up the game. 61-58. The Freshmen also pulled out a close one against the Leopards. 59-54. but the JV fell to a powerful La Grange offense 56-40. Earlier in the week the Bear Varsity, paced by BASTROP - The young Bastrop Bears, playing a game that demonstrated their increasing maturity and finesse as a team. toppled the veteran La Grange Leopards Friday night in a show-down that left the •'Bears undisputed district leaders with a 7-0 record. The game was a toss- up until the final ten sec- onds. when the Bears' cool and two point...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
thursday. january 29. 1976 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS 799S7 PAGE 7 Educator Of The Week Moore To Retire SMITHYILLE - Our educa- tor of the week has been in the field of education for many years and served in many capacities. His educa- tional career, however, is soon to draw to a close. He will be retiring at the end of the school year. Mr. Newton Moore's present position in out school system is that of High School Counselor. Before coming to Smithville, Mr. Moore taught in Crystal City, served as principal at Wildcats Encounter Two 23A A Setbacks ELGIN - The fighting Elgin Wildcats encountered two major snags this week in the forr i of the Westlake and Hearne teams, and added two defeats to a hard- won 5-1 season record, diminishing considerably their chances for finishing high in the district 23AA standings. Terry Cody Assigned To Waegon, Korea 52-48 loss for "the W KOREA - Army Staff Ser- geant Terry L. Cody, whose wife. Mary, lives at 1504 Cedar St. Bastrop, Tex...
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/ PAGES THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS "8957 THLRSDAV. JANUARY :> . 19^ | ... A Walk In The Fields Of Life . . . | by Martha Tuck It's been * - ,h a beautiful w^ek with the bluebonnets peeking through after the rain. It made me enjoy spending some time with R. T. Lewis of the Texas Forest Service, phone number 237-3312, and his making me acquainted with the worry that he has for the people of Bastrop County because of the danger of fires. He felt that if people knew some of the dangers because of the rains (which most of us had been so happy to see) which has caused much grass and undergrowth and will cause an instant inferno, and if you've ever seen the beautiful pine trees explode, you know what he's talking about. Well, Mr. Lewis told me they have found three fires this past week, at Utley, Upton and Sayers- ville. and about 40 since the first of January. They feel some of these are caused by catalytic converters on modern autos being parked in the area. And carel...
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 2S. H'b THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES. SMITHVILLE. TEXAS "W5" PAGE 9 GIRLS "VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS- The Girls' Voilev- haffi Team took first place tn the Bastrop Cit* League com- petition. Team members are (top row) Cynthia Davila. Times Photo Marilyn Goertz. Kathleen Goertz. Edith Goertz, and Rose Alexander; (bottom row) Bonnie Bauer. Connie Goertz. and Letitkia Davila. Rockne CYO Teams Place First Times Photo ROCKNE - Both the boys and girls Rockne CYO Volley Ball Teams were first-place winners in the Bastrop City League and each were presented a trophy for their efforts Sunday. January 18. by Toby Diaz, a past president of the Bastrop J.C/s sponsors of the event. Rockne girls playing on the winning team were Rose Alexander. Bonnie Bauer. Cynthia Davila. Letitkia DAviLa. Connie Goertz. Edith Goertz. Kathleen Goertz and Marilyn Goertz. Players en the Rockne CYO Boys team were Stephen Beck. Albert Davila. ' Mkhael GoerLr. Vincent Goertz. Larry Klaus. Sidney Klaus. Dominic Mu...
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PAGE 10 THE BASTROP COUNTY TIMES, SMITHVILLE, TEXAS 78957 THURSDAY. JANUARY 29, 1976 BASTROP COUNTY TIMES , , ij' - 1 "V COUNTY WIDE COVERAGE... You Can Sell It QUICKLY and INEXPENSIVELY!!! Call Georgia Ziats At 237-2461 TODAY! LIFETIME Chain Link Fences Complete^nd 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, 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 TRACTOR FOR SALE Farmal 460 LP Gas 3-Wheel 3 - Point Hitch 11800 00 in Smithville Call 713-526-9595 FOR SALE: New and used butane systems Phone 237-2521 tfc CORDWOOD FOR SALE 137.50 a Cord Delivered Call Alvin Wallace, Jr at West End Grocery 237-2531 7 days a week FOR SALE Fertility Coastal Bermuda Hay Call 512- 237-3124 FOR SALE ...
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 29. 1976 A weekly magazine designed to inform ind enteritis the people oI finralj Tens .Carried in veikly newspapers, it delivers niwi of . agriculture and entertainment; full-color eomici; and jhoto features to thousands of Central Teias Bomee. Child Development 11 il iQlUMlllllllll IIMWHWHi I I I'* "n"l " ' ■
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'\^««r*W3wpm - HN •<*" - THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1976 PAGE 2 Up With People To Roll Into Austin U I AUSTIN - On Sunday February 1st, the caravan - like procession of the Inter national Show Group UP WITH PEOPLE will 'roll' into Austin, much like they have done into 150 towns and cities in the last six months, for one show at the Municipal Auditorium Monday night on the second at 8 p.m. This 'procession' includes, two huge buses, a number of vans, a couple of semi- trucks and some cars. Together they will haul over 15 tons of sound and lighting equipment, a vast collection of costumes, a multitude of assorted instruments and 100 young international artists from around 17 countries. These young people, whose ages range from 17- 24, have been doing this sort of thing all over the country for the last si* months and will continue for the next six. Despite the continuous rigors of travel, performing, setting up and pulling down for each show (sometimes as many as 6 in one week) the perf...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
THURSDAY. JANUARY *< PACE S From the TV station that brought you "Sesame Street" "Upstairs Downstairs" TheTexas- Oklahoma football game What exactly is the Auction? It'i tight Molting dayi In May ... Saturday, May lit through Saturday tha 8th I Hundradi of builnauman and Individuals donata Itami.. from antlqua olgar makari to brand naw automobllai. Naarly a million and a half vlawari iaa tha nama of tha donor and tha donatad produot or itrvloa. Intarastad vlawari bid and buy from tha eomfort of thalr own homai.. hoping for a bargain I At a raiu It, Channal 0 gati muoh naadad fundi to aovar Ita yaar-round oparatlng axpaniai, and donon gat produot Mrvloa or Imaga promotion ,,, pluiatax daduotionl Now Comes.** 'Eight Great Days in cMay' or The 1976 KLRN-TV Auctionl Why should you participate? Donori profit... thalr namai appaar on a poMlbla million and a half TV loraani In 62 oltlai In louth and oantral Taxai, booitlna thalr produoti and raoalvlng many public ralatlon dlvldanai. Vla...
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PAGE 4 THURSDAY, .JANUARY 29, 1976 Till (Child Developm Text & Photos bv Richard Moree In high schools today, homemaking students arc entering into child develop- ment studies through the actual observation of child- ren involved in creative projects. These experiences arc allowing students to become aware of how children accept or react to various situations related to child development. While interacting with a child, students learn to identify the needs on an individual basis. Such as what makes them happy. how they respond to others, how emotional levels change, and the differences in each childs personality. Realization of the fact that children learn at different rates becomes It also becomes that emotional comes through achievement. evident, apparent security individual Learning the basic abilities and needs of children is vital to anyone involved with children, whether it be in a home setting or school. * Answer to puzzle through August 21. JUI1C llltuugii taw
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
- TJUtt*.11"* +m >.**> PAGE 6 THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1976 agri news THE LARGEST COTTON CARRIER IN THE WORLD! 9226 BALES S. A. Stock Show Tickets On Sale STEAMER HENRY FRANK SAN ANTONIO - Box offices throughout the city open Monday, January 19. for sale of tickets to the 1976 San Antonio Stock Show. Tickets for the 27th annual Stock Show. Rodeo are priced at $2.50. $3.50 and $4.50. They will be on sale daily at 11 Montgomery Ward stores, all Sears stores, at Kallison's and at the coliseum box office. Freddy Fender. Floren and Anacani. Mvron All locations free parking. provide In addition to the Rodeo of Champions, featuring all of the nation's top ranked professional cowboys, the rodeo will feature Rex Allen, Allen will appear at seven rodeo performances, Feb- ruary 13-15; Fender, this year's CMA award winner, will appear nightly February 16-19; and, Floren and Anacani, two of the stars of the svndicated Lawrence Welk Show, will be at five rodeo performances, Feb- ruary 20-22. M...
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1976 PAGE 7 AG11I - NEWS Producer Interests Taking Second Place Farmers are finding it in- creasingly difficult to be heard in Washington. "Producer interests in agricultural policy are taking a secondary position to interests of foreign policy, consumerism and labor. Secretary Butz is no longer calling the shots on farm policy. Unless farmers are able to take charge, farm pro- grams may actually be a noose around the producer's neck " That's the contention of Dr Ronald Knutson, economist in marketing and policy for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, who spoke at an Extension Service Press Day banquet at Texas A&M Uni- versity yesterday evening (Jan 13) "Producers must con- solidate if they are to regain a position of control over agricultural policy," emphasized the Texas A&M University System economist Knutson listed two critical policy questions on which pro- ducers must evaluate their position: (1) In whose interest is agricultural policy goi...
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pagf: a Family Page ^THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1976 13 r vsmsvasssitsmm ~7~ «•• 7. !■■■■■■—r Women Of The Wilderness" BY Wm W. Wilkinson The writer of my old book must have been a lover of womenkind to spend so much time in gathering, and thought and space in pre- senting so many items of interest that would appeal to the feminine mind in the pre-Civil War days of our growing young nation. Back then Womens Lib certainly was a reality, and was rigidedly practiced in every community through- out the country. It simply meant the snatching of a frightened, frantic female from the hostile hands of raiding redskins, and return- ing her safely to the settle- ment, with her long beautiful hair still attached to her throbbing head. How did she keep her hajjp so long and beautiful out there in the wilderness -- no beauty shops, no cosmetic- counters, no corner drug stores? Somehow she found time t(i make and use her own hair oil, following these recipes: "Oil for the Hair A very excellent ready-m...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
J* Presents ^ I.^ .. jh COLOR COMICS S£7WjVG THOUSANDS OF CENTRAL TEXANS where are you, fu? ? I THOUGHT I COULD GMELL PAINT i'm pecokatlng the living room ww much mo/r£ ex? you have to paint ? prettt slow.-i /y/4p hopep to get this rocw finish ep "r?pay how 19 it going f IV> too £ap w pipnt 5ur THREE BRUSHES -"THEN / COUUP /r< have helpep w enough "r? keep TWO people &usy / ^ fi "WERE OUGAfTA BE A LAW vou're wrong.' you've got it acl backwards, miss muffet.' oooo' tme sun ) jsshinlmg' / where o vou get twat idea * a little told me 1 ' ' tviat means an earlv spring cringelv? if lt% fcjnnv on groundhog dav tmat means six more weeks of winter right t want to bet? a dollar savs f m right.' / and i'll get ( o gee,boss, i'm MOT sore. i'll call tme library carbuncle- i mearo iour muarchl servic1 woewti ■on it"h checking tme weather bureau : \ ( right! ) tme diction arv savs " if he sees mis shadow he retires for six more weeks:1 ma.'i win? PAi up. / well,that's one until me figur...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
> ■TKM-AXK TH« ACfK'l AND au. THIS wig A THING OF the men comoott! ■«(*£■ INVMOCDf) Hi HAVE ImvACYfl ifie Hew Su't ISTOUT^l "THE SAYING 16 ONCE YOU WERE OVER "THERE . NOW YOU'RE OVER HERE." "I MUST BE (GAINING WEIGHT, EVEN THESE i TUE 0OOTH^ ARE TIGHTER." ") AM STANDING UP STRAIGHT. H • 1976 by Untied FMtur* Syndictlf. Inc. z-/ I COLLEGE I SHOP Wr^ 9 H -/ "EVERYTHING I LIKE 19 IN THERE. " -APE REP— BOSLEY, YOU STOPPED TAPER- ING A LONG WHILE AGO." " I POb/r KNOW WHERE YOU PLAN TO WEAR IT, PUT )T"? NOT GO- ING TO BE WITH ME."
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 29 January 1976
MY LEGS HAVE NOT LOST ALL THE NUMBNESS, MUVIRO...BUX LUCKILY, THE BEAST-MEN PlD NOT KNOW IT! 15 THS SPIDER'S POISON STILL IN YOU, TARZAN-? ft ty Edgar Rice Burroughs . I haa! NO BEAST-MAN COULP HAVE comb atm* YOq, IP \QU HAp TAKEN MS WITH YOU-. AND I HAVE YET TO SEE snt7er wrm FANSS TO MATCH UO/Ptt'S 5WGRP t FOR A BRIEF TIME, JANE/ I ESCAPED PROM IT...BUT ONLY BY FALUNS INTO A DEEP NARROW S/>/0**-.rr YOU MEAN THAT...THAT HORRIBLE MONSTROSITY CAUGHT vov, too, TARZAN ? INSIDE ^E MOU 7 V" MM? AS-MOST ™ completely paxalyzep sy /rs po/scw.' 1 coulp th/a/x sot coolpa/t \ 7kea/. jt&r as x 3*4.aa/ to ta/mk asocnr* j. oh6, j./a/<*4#/a/a ' whea/1hea/zp ta4zaa/ cau.w6 me, z w/6gl e£> 0ow/v to mm ..aa/0 7/£p a v/a/e 7va//& aa/kles/ thea/... w/th mov/ao's hel% z pl/llep h/m up peetp/xst-' z p/scovmge0 that t#f w94l.yf/s hsas lseay/a/o a1yaac*. - aa/0 z sc.mastsp m/0/pea /v tme cavexjys asoye/" C i>yfl Or Umud tamt* r"*c«H >rc OH, MUVIRO-ANP JOIPER...I PON'T KNOW HOW I coul...
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