Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1970 Page: 2 of 8
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BASTROP ."7T\*.vS/ AFATntl'm JANPaR? 22 lfCO
Bastrop C of C News
IIY MAKtiAHRT I'l BIEEER
AMI BASTROP COI NTY NIAVS
ESTAHI.ISIIED MARCH I. IH.VI
PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUR55DAV AT BASTROP. TEXAS 780)2
Am' S. STANDIFER, EDITOR
R. E. STANDIKKR and SON, PUBLISHERS
Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Bastrop, Tevas,
Under Act of March 3, 1879.
• oi rnni/ itioit th.
lining up nleav
i mhiT of Commi'tre
Department will p.ilv
dai' of Event from
Si ptemtHT and any
place In the area
■(I in order for tour
Rotate Crops for
It with th
lisih II.e Paler
ev nt takinir
should l)i • list'
tuts to know
is liolng held in the art
line is February fi, w
list them this week.
Tin Ti xa Calendar of Events is
belt) used by private, commercial
i, liliiatioie anions which is Pan
Am Bo k of World Events. Rami
McNull\ Toi'r Guides llumhle j 'n,,'r
Tour Gule'cs, Vista. Southern Liv- '
in/ and many others Basin p can j plu"1
he widely publicized by listinK f,ny
event with the Texas Hiuhway
partrnent DO IT NOW!!!
(O SI I' (III
ik may do •
w ishiiu: |
at tin' ,
South Ti'\ is Clumber of Com-
merce Manat;eis ind Secretaries
Association is sponsoring 'he l.cad
| i-rship and Conference and Board
of Direetfiis MeeliUK in Victoria'
J limitary !.'!> and 3D, with heariquur
lers at Continental Inn, Victoria.
Board of Directors and members
lil t!' d
in combination \
•al and manage-
all indication of I
Hence I he lisi
men I measures is
of rotation thai
and lei nines, as well as sequence
which will produce the desired n
s^ Its dioukl he included in 111
Another important factor in the j
eroppin system is the return or j
all residues I" the soil, This should]
lie done for soil protection on soil !
improvement. Residues when prop-
erly handled, can be converted into !
e>:lra organic mallei which, in turn 1
Will i I'orovr soil physical COIldi
lion. Improved ph.vsieal condition j
will reduce the hazards of wind and
water erosion which, in turn, will j
make tl,e soil more responsive lo
the application of fertilizer and
Oilier hihxI management practices.
Tin. e thousand pounds (dry
weight i per acre for legumes and
four thousand pound- for non■ le-
gumes are the minimum amounts
Ihat should be let! oil llie land.
I lie residue management program
should tie aimed at improved soil
physical condition, better plant soil
water relationships and oil and
water measures rather than for soil
nutrient improvement. Other con-
sideration for the planned crop-
ping systems would be
I Returning all residues (0 the
soil if the land is not to he grazed
2. Using fertilizer for maximum
II. Following a cropping program
that will result ill the return of
large amounts or residue al fre-
quent uili rvals
4. Alternating close ,:rowiim crops
will) run crops lo protect the soil
and lo keep the roots well dislri
I. 'letI in all of the soil mass.
For additional information eon
ci ruing conservation cropping y.
tern, consult your Counts Agi . ul
lure Agent or the Soil Conservation
Tho ■ enjoying the Taylor ban-
quet on Monday evening were Pre-
sident and Mrs .lames P. Sharp.
Routt) Member Mr and Mrs N R
Simpson, and Secretary Mrs. Mar
gaivt Pfeiffer Singing bs the Choral
('■roup of Taylor High School under
the direction of William Kiel'/
mcier, wa delightful and the out-
standing speaker of the evening
was Far! Rudder. President of
AtfcM University, and his theme
was "Americanism". Rudder, a '
former leachcr, football coach and
distinguished soldier, who organized !
and trained the ''ikI Ranger Bat- !
lalion i well qualified and aware
of the need o( "Americanism" 011(1
The Chamber of Commerce would
like lo acknowledge tho gift by the
Peinbei ton Pl'es- of the "limit-
Cluunbcr of Commerce are i
to attend this meeting. The
I meeting will be Tliur.sday at !
p in January L'il, and anyone'
sled may sit ill on the meet. |
New program proposuls and
for all phases of the Cham
bet 's operation will be heard. There
will be a reception and dinner feu !
lining Fast Texas Humorist Carl'
Cooper On Friday, business will |
; cover "Your Chamber of Coinnv rce ,
—Why? The Oi famzatioiial struc-
ture and Financing
Tin se are all of great importance
to all Chambers of Commerce ami
especially to those of the smaller
towns. Ue need to know of every
wiiN |> sjble to make our Chamber
of Commerce work for us in order
lo In nefit o r town in every way .
We would like to have representa-
tives of the Bastrop Chamber ol
Ciiininerce d this meeting.
La Orange Banquet will be held
on Thursday evening.
Die I.o-t Pines Coif Club held a
meeting on Monday Evening of this
week to discuss plans for more
tournaments and ways and means
of bringing more players lo Bas-
trop Plan.- for the improvement
of the course were voted on. Tin*
course wa filled with players from
the nearby area on the weekend.
When local golfers carry cans of
Ivit coals in golf carts to keep warm
by in order to play, it must be a
FAMILY LAWYER .
I*At II 'ISM THA I WORKS
WliL'ie eb • can one find such a
' I.i a lied of hi isl i lil\ as in a court
; of law ? Each case is born of con-
i fllcl, nurtured on resentment, and
brought to maturity in (he grim
.■erlaiiily that one silk* is right and
The Individual litigants, seeking
their 'day in court," make up a
veritable jutrade of angry men.
Here we find the wrathful motorist,
the indignant neighbor, the out-
raged customer, the irate stock-
holder. Their grievances are the
! kind that, in a tavern or on a
j street corner, would very likely
(explode into violence.
Yet, violence is seldom seen in
] the courtroom. Even after the de-
j eLsion. w hen one of the parlies has
' tasted defeat, the loser usually
I "take#" it wilh asmni lungly -ood
itrace. As Federal Judge llenrj J.
Friendly wrote recently;
"I always feel pride, and some
wonder, when, after a healed and
bittei argument, a word passes
' from tiro bench and quiet de-
1 What defuses the explosion?
Surely the secret lies in the basic
j method of the courtroom — the
method of seltling disputes by al-
lowing each side lo b. heard, with
a leutrai third parly deciding
which one shall w in.
; To l e sure, the method has faults,
j l^egal technicalities slow it. Human
Irailtii s flaw it. Not every judge
j is impartial, not every juror wise
Hut the method doe succeed in
settling a vast number af poten-
tially violent disputes —- peacefully,
"On the whole " observed Judge
Friendly, "il works."
Pacifism does not deny that cop.
fl. Is will inevitably arise in the
admary course of human affairs.
Pacifism seeks only to resolve
these conflicts without violence.
The courtroom is demonstrating
daily that il can lie done.
I public service feature of n„.
\lliericnil Hlir XsNoeiutloil anil Hi,.
Slate I5:ir of Tcvuk. Written liy
\\ ill Hernard.
Card of Thanks
I wish lo thank the hospital staff,
11lie doctors, nurses and member-.
,f die Ladies Hospital Auxiliary
| for their care and concern for my
[ mother, Ethel Williams, while she
was a patient in the local hospital.
My thanks, too, to her friends for
j their cards and visits.
Slate lltink Vie :tS'i federal Keservt District Vo. tl
CDNHOUDATED REPORT Ol CONDITION Ol
CITIZENS STATE BANK
oi hastkop. in nil si xn or tews and domestic
SI HSIDAKIES AT THE ( I.OSE Ol HI 'SINESS o\
decemher u. nmti
A S S K i' S
Cash and due from banks (including
$10,7X1 !la illl|xislcd debits)
U. S. Treasury securities ...
Securities of other Ciovernmcnt agencies
Obligations of Slates and political subdivisions
Bank premise furniture and fixtures, and othei
assets representing hank premises
Real estate owned other than bunk premises
II her at S( Is
:ti,. :>i i mi
I. I A Bill T
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,
Time and savings deposits of individuals.
partnerships, and corporations _
Depos:Is of United Stales Government
Deposits of Slate md political subdivisions..
Certified aid officers' cheeks, etc. . . ....
TOTAL DEPOSITS S3.1 in.903,98
lai Total demand deposits $1,511,010.7;")
(In Total time ind nvlii" deposits SI „i!RMH7
TOTAL LIABILITIES ...
(' A I* I T A I, A r r O r N T s
Equity capital, total...
Common stock—total par value
(No. shale authorized 3,000)
(No. shares outstanding 3,000)
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES.
AMI CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
M K V O I! A N I) A
Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar day#
ending with call date
Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days
ending with call date
Unearned discount on installment loans included
in total < apital accounts
I. N, R, Simpson, Executive Vice President and Cashier, of the above-
named hank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and
correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
N. R. SIMPSON, Executive Vice President
C. G. GODDAKD
State of Texas, County of Bastrop, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of January, 1970, and
I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this hank.
One of the most frt <|iient over- ;
looked requirements of the social]
security law is the reporting ol
j earnings lor domestic employees !
' who earn $50 or more in < calendar
According to Ed M Bowers, dis-
trict manager of the Austin social
• cciirily office, maids, cooks, house
keepers, gardeners, and other em
[ ployees in private homes are cm
cred by social security if they are
paid wage, of $50 in liny of the
four 3-monlli quarters of the year
(January-March. April June, July
September, or October-December!.
"Payment of the I.e. is no! op-
tional," he said. If the earnings are
S50. the tax must hi paid and the
wages reported lo the Internal
Bowers pointed out that a maid '
who works only one day a week
and is paid SI (Ml or more a day,1
will earn in excess of $5(1 if .she
work in each of tin 13 Weeks of j
the quarter. The householder, as i
employer, I responsible for report
iiu: the wagi s and turning in Imth '
the worker's share of the lax which |
he has withheld and his own share.
If the earnings are not reported !
promptly at the end of the quarter
the employer is liable for penal
lies or interest due on delinquent
For further information alioul
coverage of domestic employees
and the procedures for reporting
their earnings, call, write, or visit
the social security office at 531
Barton Springs Road Monday thru
Friday from 8:30 a in. to 1:30 p. in.
and Saturday mornings 8 to 12
1 II Mtl.OTTE
My commission expires June 1, 1971,
MARIE MeLEOD, Notary Public.
I'l I ll's OITKIi ItlvM TV
One of the flower kingdom's most
beautiful blossoms is the tulip, and
il is one ol the few flowering plains
whose origin remains a mystery
(Not Holland, believe it or not!)
However, it b believed lo be a
native ol Persia
The word "Oiilbund" in IVrsian
Is the cloth from which the I'V/
Is made. The English triiitsliillon
of thk word Is "Turban." The
tulip closely resembles an Inverted
IV/. or Turban.
There is no mystery about the
flowers we offer . . . all are the
finest and freshest thai are avail-
able. Whenever you need flowers
we arc jusl as close as your tele-
920 MAIN — IIAMTKOP
We Give Texas Gold Stamps
Double Stamps On Wednesday
af.... SMITH S
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, January 22, 23 & 24
( IS EST
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FLOUR 51b. bag 49c
M WW El I IIOI SE
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Shortening 3 lb. can 59c
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Grapefruit Juice 46 oz. 39c
lit NT s — no :tim i \n
Onions & Radishes
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Grapefruit 5 lb. bag 49c
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Tomatoes 2 for 34c
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Lunncheon Meat 12 oz. 49c
2 for 39c
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Oranges 11 oz. — 2 for 53c
VEIINON SVI VII
no. 2 can 79c
5 oz. 29c
r. s. oooo
i. s. coon
Al l. ME \T
HATII HICKOKV SMOKED
12 oz. 55c
KH M T
Italian Dressing 8 oz. 29c
SI I'EHIOR DAIRIES
10 ct. 33c
Salad Cherries 9 oz. 37c
FROSTY ACHES — il OZ.
Orange Juice 5 for $1.00
I HOS'I X \CHES ( HINKI.E (IT — !l OZ.
Potatoes 2 for 59c
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ROLLS pkg. 39c
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Ice Cream 1/2 gal. 89c
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This Very Special Offer is preserved as an
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Wednesday, January 28
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Standifer, Amy S. Bastrop Advertiser and Bastrop County News (Bastrop, Tex.), Vol. , No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1970, newspaper, January 22, 1970; Bastrop, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth238240/m1/2/?rotate=90: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bastrop Public Library.