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Winters Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 19, 1975, Winters, Texas 79567 december 19,1975 15 second from and Dr. Jimmy third from received special recognition at the annual Christmas dinner of the Winters Young Farmers organization Monday Presenting the were Charles teacher High School and advisor for the and Stanley teacher and advisor for the Young who is president of the Young Farmers for 1976, was recognized as the Outstanding Young Farmer for 1975. Dr. was recognized as the Outstanding Agribusiness man for 1975. They received engraved plaques from the Young Farmers Members To members of the Winters High School Blizzard Band advanced to try outs for the State following selection to the Band and the Area Band in try outs in Brownwood ' Six members of the band were selected for the Mathis and Randy for Area entitling them to go to Austin in January to try out for Randy is the first freshman in Winters High School to qualify for State Band try at least in many to the Band were Cathy Shelia Jeanene wonder Mike Hill appears so relaxed aa aome of the life's blood is drained from his is being attended by three pretty young ladies working with Blood Services of San Hie Jaycees sponsored the donor drive here but business was about four in the only three donors had Donors and members of their immediate families will be assured of if during the next six sponsoring Jaycees by donating In the picture Debbie Fambrough and Wanda aU of San Also 4vorking with the unit was Ed Winger of Blood San Randy and Steve Teresa Wright was named first Saturday following the try the Band had an eight-hour rehearsal and presented a concert Saturday under direction of Harris director of bands at Angelo State band members in the Brownwood try outs were Toni Cody Becky De La David Randy Davis and Becky Sets Winters City Monday night set salaries for elected city officials for 1976, in compliance with State Statute specifies that salaries for elected officials must be determined during December of the year previous to the effective mayor's salary was set at per plus for each regular meeting and for each called for aldermen were set at for each regular and for each called Council meets regularly twice a other the Council authorized installation of a telephone at the City at no cost to the also was informed by Mayor Homer Hodge that minimum wage for city effective January 1, 1976, would be per hour instead of per Days Set To Prepare For Stock give everyone concerned time to make plans to the Winters Livestock Association has announced dates for work days at the livestock barns to prepare facilities for the annual Livestock scheduled fw January 12. 7 and 8 have been set aside for the special work and all members and others interested in the show have been urged to make their plans in order to be available to hdp get the bama and area ready for Uie Housing Construction Has construction on the long-awaited project to provide additional rental housing in Winters began last It is expected that the project will be completed within 90 project is being built by the Bright Company of Fort as a private enterprise The company will administer and maintain the rental of construction is the climax of many months work and first by the Winters Rental Housing a non-profit and then the Bright The non-profit corporation was organized about three years ago by local businessmen and individuals who were attempting to ease the housing shortage in When the private company showed an interest in the all plans were turned over to units are being built in the area north of Huffman adjacent to the low-rent housing project of the Winters Housing Choir WiU Present C ant at Close For in Winters Public Schools will be dismissed December 19, at 2:30 for the Christmas Buses will make regular will be resumed on schedule January 5. To Help Pay For Police TT Winters police have used the teletype wire service leased by Ballinger a reported 14.2 percent of the time the service is in Winters City Monday night authorized a payment to Ballinger of per plus per month toward actual lease teletype service in the Ballinger Police Department is connected to the State The police use the network to obtain information on car registration and other law information used in law City of Winters had been asked to pay a proportionate share of the expense of the teletype wire effective Dec. 1. 1975. In the teletype service will be available to the Winters Police Department on a 24-hour it was In the the service has been available only during certain times of the With the arrangement approved by the City this Ballinger will keep someone on duty 24 hours a day to handle the teletype it was will be no teletype facilities in the Winters Police Police will contact the Ballinger Police Department by and in turn Ballinger will use the wire service to obtain requested is understood that the County of also will pay a part of the lease and expenses of the teletype Children's Party Post 9193. Veterans of Foreign and the Ladies will host a Christmas party for children under 12 years of at the Post December 19. at 7 of members are invited to attend this Christmas 25-voice choir of St. John's Lutheran Church will present their annual Christmas Cantata December 21, at 10:40 a.m. at the the directorship of Erwin the choir will sing Chorus In the a Christmas Cantata by Fred B. music to be sung introduces well-known Christmas such Little Town of in various combinations of solo and duet members of St. John's choir have been singing together for several but there also are some younger singers in the Emma who has been church organist for more than 30 be organ accompanist for the public is invited to attend this Christmas Tax Office Open December 31 tax office of Winters Independent School District will be open December 31, for the convenience of taxpayers who wish to pay their 1975 taxes before the end of the will be the only day during the Christmas holiday season the tax office will be Public Schools will observe the holidays from December 19 until January 5. installing I new tw apartment project being
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