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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

--". V I ( Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 12 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TEIBUNEPROGBESS vr.- - - all t WVHI USPS 044800 nartlett Tribune Isundcd In U84. Holland Progresi toundtd In 18i. All opinloni and viewpoint in the Tribune Pf ogreM do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion) ol this newspaper Published weekly In Dnrllell Texas 745U by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Dartlett. Texas 7631 1 STAFPMBMDERS Ronnie Persky Mrs Dorothy Jeen Dartlett Mrs tmegeneMorrls CORRESPONDENT- Mrs Betty Hill Mr MaeHard Subscription Rates 14 00 per year In Dell. Milam and Williamson Counties. 8 per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellccllen upon the character or reputation ol any person firm or corporation which may appear In the column ol me Tribune Progress win gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster it undellverable. tend Form 3579 to Tribune Progress. Darltett. Texas7S1t The Circleville Philospher ( Editor's note: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

i A V i v 1 V it SWIMMING INSTRUCTION Mrs. Ronnie Pitts instructs these young children In the principals of water safety and how to swim during a session last week at the Bartlett Pool. $poiarsiM California Angels arc not mado in Anaheim just de- livered there Look at tho Angels and where they came from: Reggie Jackson (Yanks) Fred Lynn (Rod Sox) Don Ansa (Red Sox). Rick Burleson (Red Sox) Steve Rcnko (Red Sox) Don Baylor (Orioles) Doug DcCinccs (Orioles) Bob Grich (Orioles) Rod Cnrcw (Twins) Rob Wllfong (Twins). Geoff Zuhn (Twins) Doug Cor- bett (Twins). Bob Boone (Phillios) Brinn Downing (Whlto Sox). Ken Forch (Astros) Dave Goltz (Dodgers) Juan Bcnlqucz (Yanks) Joe Ferguson (Astros) Mick Kcllehcr (Tigers) Ron Jackson (Tigers) Andy Hnssler (Pirates) Bruce Klson (Pirates). Only 22-year-old Mike Witt a pitcher has emerged from tho minors as a success. BHhBi H ttbk. FREE SPEECH AND THE A.C.L.U. On May 20. 1982. U.S. District Judge John Sin- gleton ruled that the chil- dren in Aldine s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

PPPfWWPPWPPPPIWP HW i?f i'agof) Tribune Progress Thursday August 12 19112 7 DAV specials; mftfmmWNt Oak Farms Asstd. Flavors Mellorine 12-Gal. Carton 0 NcgM Kflttjtifetjife . Ice . Cream & ffrHjfefKfKft All Flavors! Oak Forms 'Luxury' Brand Ice Cream 1 Round 12-Gal. Carton M 79 24..1 iyfaBVBauaBan 7imMmmmmmtmrtwmMxtmrmmmmmmmaaaMmamaammmmmtmmmmBm wmnammmmBmmmammmiKammmmmmmmmmimmimmmammmmmKmammiiismmm MMBnHBnaKynawnmaaiBnannMMam All Grinds IJMountain Dew Pepsi Light Reg. or Diet jjj Dole Sliced Crushed or Chunk fcffJH Del Monto Tomato Folger's Coffee! Pepsi-Cola I Pineapple Jm Catsup I H I Plastic H BhB 8-0z. H I 24 HkgflBB ft&KKr I Can HI H I Bottle Hn Hi I HHi Cans HI I 0z- HM 81 c I FOODLAND GIVES YOU LOW PRICES ALL WEEK LONG Folger's Flaked Coffee Oak Farms Whipping Cream Banquet Frozen Fried Chicken 177 12-Pt. Carton AHHh Shady Farms Grade 'A' M 0 Medium EggsMR Dozen l 79 Pasteurized Kraft Velveela Mb. box 1 Golden Quarters Imperial Margarine Mucins. 1 Mrs. Bnlrd's - Frie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

wmmmimmmmmmmm 1 1 Bell County Residents May Face Tax Increase Bel) County Com- missioners formally voted for no tnx increase for 1983 but County Judge John Garth said a tax increase would be needed soon to finance a new Jail Garth outlined a "worst possible case' in which Bell County would lose the $700000 It now receives annually in federal revenue sharing funds In that case along with construction of a $10 million Jail facility taxes could go up as much as 37 percent That would be about $45 a year on property assessed at $50000 Garth indicated thai a new jail will have to be built or else the state would close down the present jail The capacity of the existing DEAR DEBBIE: The day I turned 14 I met a 16-year-old guy. I only knew him for about 1G days and I made love with him. Ho was tho first. He asked mo if I was a virgin but I told him 1 wasn t and tho wholo school thought I wasn't so what could I do? I had to toll him I wasn't. Somehow I fell in love with him. Tho problem is he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

- t- t v irN-- g $--'? ?' frw-tr "Hr-r- "r- T. v- v w "-? "(.?. - - J"V V T - r J yttttttttuvT v " fW r-r""tf Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 12 1982 Secretary of Agriculture John It. Block today an- nounced a 20 percent acreage reduction program for 1903 crop wheat and advance wheat deficiency payments to those farmers who par- ticipate in the program. "The reduced acreage program should strengthen wheat prices by limiting next year's harvest and the buildup of stocks" Block said "At the same time" he said "the program will in- crease long-term con- servation on wheat land " "Participation is volun- tary but only those farmers who enter the program will be eligible for price support loans target price protection and eligibility for the farmer- owned grain reserve" he said BLOCK AI-SO said the U.S. Department of Agriculture is intensifying its wheat export efforts and expanding its export credit sales program NEW SERVICE AVAILABLE In Bartlett & Holland Area At Home Pick ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

I -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress. Thursday. August 12 1982 Page 9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charoe per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgreJj will nol be f etponslbls (or more than one in correct miertin TAKING ORDERS for crocheted gifts and Chris- tmas decorations. Call Rita 527-4314. 8-12 pd. Several 2 3-bcdroom frame homes. Financing available. H. M. Keith Real Estate 817-527-4457 Bartlctt Texas. 8-19 pd. FOR RENT BARTLETT corner Plctzsch and Emma. Two bedroom unfurnished apartment. Call 527-4439 or Mr. Townscnd 512-633-0534. tfc. NOW accepting Students In guitar piano organ voice drum and band in- struments. Lana Stacy 1-512-352-7060. 9-2-82-chg. BALES ROOFING & RE- MODELING - Specialize in shingles built-up roofing & patching. Guaranteed Work. 657-2261. tfc. FOR SALE: Large 3 bedroom house in Bartlett -remodeled. Alvin Mnrck RealEslatc.512859-2111 or 817527-3695. 8-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 12 August 1982

Vr- rs" rV i Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 12 1982 Obituaries Lomer Tisdale Funeral services for Lomer Tisdale 81 of Holland were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Goodnight Funeral Chapel in Dartlett with the Revs. J. H Briscoe E. D. Townscnd and A T.Person officiating. Burial was in sunshine Cemetery cast of Holland. Mrs. Tiddale died Wed- nesday in a Temple hospital after a brief illness. She was born in Bastrop and lived in Holland for 40 years She was a retired Fort Hood employee and was a member of Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church in Holland. She was preceded in death by her husband Morris Tisdale Survivors include a brother the Ilcv. Charlie Hodge of Temple; four sisters Estella Fcarcc of Temple Annie Harden of Elgin and Katie Ford and Hcnricttn Hurt both of Holland; and a grandchild. Mrs. Gus Snger Mrs Gus Sager of Hound Hock died Monday August 2 at her home Funeral services were held at 10 a m Thursday August 5 at Grace Lutheran Church in Hound Hock followed by a second se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

1 I TRIBUNE PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Hnrllctt Texns 70511 Thursday August 1!) 15)82 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 2 817-527-1 12 1 FIFTEEN CENTS Holland City Council Adopts 1983 Budget The Holland City Council met on Tuesday August 10 1962 nt 7:00 p.m. at tho City Hall Present at the meeting were Mayor Larry Splnn Councilman Goodnight Drtsbln Blebs and Unber- hagen. Secretary Janet Nelson and city attorney Neale Potts were also present at the meeting. Steve Hanlk and Janet Barr representatives from Central Telephone wore at the meeting to explain tie 20 year franchise with the council. The city renewed this franchise with the tele- phone company. Council members adopted a $107640.00 budget for 1983 Bartlett Voters Bartlett school district voters approved a $250000 bond issue by a margin of 144-115 in an election at the Soil Conservation Building in Bartlett last Saturday Aug- ust 14. Holland Don Owens an English and History teacher was hired when the Holland School Board met Augus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

I ( Page2Tribunc-Prdgrcss Thursday August 19 1982 by H. BOSWELL YORK. R. PH. MEDICINE CHEST What are orphan drugs? M.H. Tho term "orphan" is applied to drugs that are usoful in tho treatment of rare diseases. Because of tho small market for these products drug companies aro reluctant to spend the millions of dollars necessary to secure FDA approval for their use in tho U.S. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has recent- ly announced tho creation of a special board to "coor- dinate and speed research development and approval of designated orphan drugs." My husband has mellowed since taking beta- blockers for hypertension. Is this common? K.D. Tho beta-blockers (liko the drug Inderal) may change a personality. A group of West German physicians reported that of seven Typo A patients (tho hard work- ing sort of personality said to havo a higher risk of developing heart disease) receiving beta-blockers five of them converted to Type B personalities (less com- petitive stati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

Holland Hornets Travel To Florence Friday The 1982 Holland Horaeti get their first taste of football combat this Friday August 20 when they travel to Flor- ence for a 7:00 PM scrim- mage. The controlled scrimmago will allow Coach Jerry Dec- ker to get a look at his young squad which this year in- cludes only 3 seniors and 7 juniors. Florence is a Class AA school. Honor Graduate Plans Field In Chemical Engineering Rlckle j sala 1982 honor graduate of Mount Carmel High School in Houston will be entering Texas A&M Uni- versity this fall majoring in Chemical Engineering. Ricklo received the Voice of Democracy Scholarship his last three years in hlght school Honor Student all four yeais received Boys State Award and Who's Who Among American High School Student his junior and senior year. He served as a member of the Student Coun- cil German Club Science Club and Jet Club. He was awarded the Robert A. Welch Scholarship In Chemistry for four years of Gull-protection Sea gulls devoured ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 19 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIBUNE PROGBESS USPS 044800 low- ' The Circleville Philospher Editor's note: The Clr- clcvllle Philosopher on his Johnsongrnss farm on the San Gabriel Klvcr looks at a crime report this week.) Dear editor: According to n U.S. Justice Department study man- datory jail terms don't necessarily reduce crime. As I understand it under the mandatory jail term law which several states have enacted if you're convicted for example of using a gun to rob or selling drugs to kids you automatically go to prison even if you claim you should be let off because your personality is scarred because your great-greatgrandfather was thrown into debtor's prison in England in 1785 for failing to pay a debt of 3 shillings which he always claimed he didn't owe In other words no plea bargaining no sympathy verdicts no insanity plea no suspended sentence no appealing from one court to another until your lawyer learns you've run out of money. If yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

) Twelve Team Tournament To Be Held This Weekend Bulldogs 7W& une-Progress IIAKTI.BTT COACHES- Pictured arc the 1982 Dartlott Bulldog coaching staff left to right Franklin Jones Sam Aldrich (head coach) and Hick Ingram There will be a 12-team softball double elimination tournament this Saturday and Sunday August 21-22 Teams entered will come from Temple Rosebud Rogers Davllla Taylor Granger and Georgetown. Trophies given will Include 1st -2nd -3rd-4th; 1 MVP; 1 Golden Glove and 14 All-Tourneys. Everyone Is Invited to come out and enjoy fine softball action. Sports Thursday. August 19 1982. Page 5 t Bulldogs Scrimmage Salado Here For Bartlett Coach Sarr Aklrich a scheduled scrim mage with Salado this Frl day August 20 will give him an opportunity to sec who's who and what's what for the first time. In his first year at Bartlett Aldrich will have a clean slate when assessing his Bull- dogs. The Bulldogs will play host to the class A Eagles with HUl.I.IHHi PRACTICE The Bartlett Bul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

PiiHiMi. Trilmne-Progross Thursilny August 19. 19R2 mnaHHiMHniaMHMMMMttonManmJfctiHUlha Our cool summer specials save you more! gh Oak Farms Buttermilk or Pearl Beer 'jgiLow Fat . . i --- C3 hi ir a'" ".i ki dL- M KzumzsSMmM Light or Regular .ilKiiBiil 1 I 12 iGal Quantity Vw Smmm MQu frM. Rights 1 &mWl Vf S Reserved Cml r lA I 1 - 2 1 ilkl 100 Flo-Thru Bags! Lipfon Tea i HPC Box Great for the grill! m MM B Fajitas Skinless Heavy Beef 177 x J. hbhbb mmmmm yil Chot's Choice MM 40 Charcoal Briquets 1? Big 10-Lb. Bag M BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS St. Regis Filler Paper HHc 200 Sheet Pkg. Pac Man Theme Books 16 Count Package BS Crayolas Scrlpto Erasable Pens SO Count Pkg. 0C 69c -J 29 3 Count Pkg. HOME NEEDS Dishwashing Liquid Lux Detergent For Laundry Famous Tide Detergent For Whiter Teeth Aim Toothpaste Extra Strength Tylenol Capsules 32 Oz. Btl. 49 Oz. Box 6.4 Oz. Tube 50 Ct Btl. Kraft Salad Dressing iracle Whip Chicken-of-the-Sea Oil or Water Pack Chunk All Grinds Folger's Coffee -n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

!W li - Tribune-Progress Thursday August 19 1982 Page 7 fcvwvmiMv HA J.-:;' fr.-"v O-- "' ?S I i t I t. 1 GLEN NAIVAR PEPSI-COLA DISTRIBUTOR Rudy Mikeska's Inc. Barbecue And Catering Service PRIVATE DINING ROOM FACILITIES OVER THIRTY-ONE YEARS OF QUALITY FOOD SERVICE HOURS: Mon.-Sat.; 10-8-Sun.: 10-2 300 Wost Socond Stroet Taylor Toxas 76574 AC 512352-3722 SINCE 1947 Serving The Families of Central Texas with Tip-Top Drand Meat Products Sausage Bacon pP'rr 9 Weiners Hams ' w oil-cms vCCJ-J Briskets Spare Ribs We Do Custom Slaughtering TAYLOR MEAT CO. INC. Int. of Hwy. 79 W. & Loop Taylor Phone: Mon Frl 7 5:30 352-6357 Sat 7 12 30 BILLY EVANS AUTO SALES & SERVICE Complete Auto Repair on Foreign & Domestic Cars 120 Porter 352-5283 BILLY EVANS AUTO SALES USED CARS 205 W. 2nd 352-5949 Welcome to Taylor! GRAEF VETERINARY HOSPITAL HWY. 95 N. I j? Complete Radiator Service Department Cleaned Repaired Re-corded AUTOMOTIVE CENTER Visit us and you'll be pleased! Welcome to the Rod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

r v-."- rr ?rrr'-TTfiipi'$y fvyvi Page 8. Tribune-Progress Thursday August 19 1982 "5 UU0IIC"0 " wlogsu"l rcupic 1 i Of TAYLOR Are Extending To Our Neighbors In The Bartletf And Holland Areas A Warm And Friendly Invitation To Visit Us Often. ihwannaHHHMnMinnnnMmiHMBMHn Eyewear Just For You! Designer & Conventional Frames Complete Laboratory Certified Opticians Since 1946 .Dfete & McLean Optical Co. 601 Mallard Lane Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 5 Taylor Texai 8:30am 5pm Located in Taylor Eya Contor Phono: 512-352-3016 Welcome to Taylor! WELCOME TO THF RODFO r- -- i 6 WMHTE JLZIEEEIL Your MAYTAG Htadquarttr COMPLETE LINE LAWN MOWERS-PUSH & SELF-PROPEL & RIDING MOWERS STORAGE BUILDINGS Large & Small Appliances Hand Tools Gardening Supplies Microwave Ovens ni VISA9 119 W. 2ml 352-2895 I fHfiiwt b This sign out front means lower energy cost inside. II you're planning to buy or build a new home. Texas Power & Light Com pmy't "E OK" standard! lor comtructlon Iniulatlon wea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

) t 8 i i I I I 1 f i i I ! g I 2 1 txwmvimTMviw Tribune-Progress Thursday. August 19. 1982 Fngc 9 jftiWiw;iwxw 1' cyi"' ' JAYCEES trial ride Wednesday August 18 (7 or 8 a.m.) Bartlett to Rowe Valley TRAILRIDE DANCE At Rowe VaHey -Debonaires RODEO PARADE Thursday August 19 (4 p.m. ) RODEO Thursday-Saturday August 19-21 (8 p.m. ) BARBEQUE Set up Begins on Friday Judging Begins at 2:30 p.m. JJ9ljmk Welcome Bartlett and Holland Friends! B& J i YA'LL COME! BUILDING CENTER l DO-IT-YOURSELF OR CONTRACTOR MATERIALS NEGLEY PAINTS HARDWARE ROOFING WINDOWS 8. DOORS PANELING PLYWOOD INSULATION ELECTRICAL PLUMBING TOOLS COUNTERTOPS -VANITIES OPEN WEEKDAYS 7;30 - 5:30 OPEN SATURDAY 'TIL 4 PM 352-6393 2121 N MAIN Taylor Automatic Transmission Welcome to the Rodeo! GOODfVEAR i is I f " I V I i ' 1 liA &HZ3 BU i f ItLyi "W All work guaranlood Fluid & Filter changos 352-3680 k7T i m HOURS: 1809-B N. Main uilimi -- Monday Friday (behind Dalrv Queen) 5 W 7-30-5:30 TAYLOR ELECTRIC &REFR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

t-V-H-VVwilhl1 ?$f$$!$ Tfj&rX" Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 19 1982 I s fete r I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I I I I The Holland Barber Shop will b closed for vacation August 20-31 I s 8 J Search Begins For 1983 Maid Of Cotton YOU AND YOUR HEALTH J& operation much bottor than most people realize. Surgery in not an auto- matic death sentence. The mortality rates in patients over G5 are relatively small. Only when tho oporation becomes an emergency docs it rise to about one in three. MEMPHIS-(Specinl)-Thc search for the 1983 Maid of Cotton has officially begun the National Cotton Council announced. First Anniversary & Grand Opening Doyle's Auto Supply tn Bartlett Saturday August 28 i i Bartlett Hi Free Cold Drinks & Hot Dogs All Day Watch Next Week's Paper For Prices Doyle's Auto Supply 527-3316 ' I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I I Winner of the 1983 selec- tion to be held here Dec. 26- 28 will start Jan. 1 as am- bassador for the American cotton industry. N...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

1 s -TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 19 1982 Page 1 1 Classified Advertising Rate. 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune ProgreM will not be t eipontlble tor more than one In correct intr lion Custom enke baking for any occasion school parties birthdays anniversaries and weddings. Linda Weber 527-399B. 8-19-82-pd. Several 2 3-bcdroom frame homes. Financing available. H. M. Keith Real Estate B17-527-4457 Bartlett Texas. 8-19 pd. Shade Tree Welding: Across the tracks from Best Butane in Holland. Por- table Service & Shop Repairs. 657-2345 or contact JocFicbig. 9-2-82-chg. NOW accenting Students In guitar piano organ voice drum and band in- struments. Lana Stacy 1-512-352-7066. 9-2-82-chg. BALES ROOFING & RE- MODELING - Specialize In shingles built-up roofing & patching. Guaranteed Work. 057-2261. tfc. FOR SALE: Large 3 bedroom house in Bartlett -remodele...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 19 August 1982

ri V-Wv'tTf1tTTTT('TVn'''T f-r 'ifvrrrrw-r- 1 Page 12 Tribune-Progress. Thursday August 19 1982 Obituaries Louis D. Luckey Funeral services for Louie D. Luckey 74 of Bartlett were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Goodnight Funeral Home at Bartlett with the Rev Fred L. Hayden officiating. Burial was in the Bartlett cemetery. Mr. Luckey died Tuesday in a Temple hospital after a brief illness. He was born in Waelder. He was a Methodist and a factory worker. Survivors include eight sons Louie Luckey of Phoenix Ariz. Joseph Luckey of Bartlett James Luckey of Sacramento Calif. Buck Luckey of Schulenburg Harm Luckey of Iowa Park Albert D. Luckey of Phoenix ARIZ. Earl Luckey of Iowa Park and Rooscvlet Williams of Houston; two daughters Ella Clark of Houston and Viola Anderson of Los Angeles Calif.; two slaters; three brothers; 38 grand children; and nine great- grandchildren. Teachers Conference Held The annual Sate Inscrvlce Education Conference for Vocational Home Economics Teachers was held in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 26 August 1982

i I TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Barthtt & Holland Barllctt Texas 7651 1 Thursday August 20 1082 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 3 817-527-1 121 FIFTEEN CENTS Homecoming Almost Here -i wmm WpWjpF r -t ' " f 4. HOMECOMING GREETINGS- Bnri Graves of Taylor has spent a good part of her time Inst couple of weeks painting windows in Bartlett to help get the- town in the Homecoming spirit Holland Schools Start Monday School bells will ring for Holland students on Monday August 30. at 7:55 A.M. with the tardy bell ringing at H:00 A M Kindergarten students will be dismissed at 12:00 noon Primary students In grades one two. and three will be dismissed at 2:20. Only bus students will remain on campus after that dismissal Intermediate k students in grades four. five and six will be dismissed at 1 2 55 P M All other students willbedismissednt3:0OP.M. with the buses leaving for their routes shortly thereafter To insure a safer flow of traffic parents bringing students to school in the mornings and. picking th...

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