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Ballinger Ledger (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Ballinger, Texas I i i of. V a 11 s i r i Crof i in Center inc. Of. Pc r a doll >5, to. 7523f the Ballinger vol. 84 no. 27 published monday and thursday at 711 Hutchings Avenue. Ballinger. Texas subscription rate $4 95 per year in Runnels county. $5 95 per year elsewhere. Ballinger Texas 76821, monday sept. 28, 1070 10c per copy 6 pages Phon All departments 365-3501second Opportunity set for senior citizens to voice needs 4-h awards presented at annual achievement banquet saturday time around speaking to youth one of the most important tasks for any society is to Transfer from generation to generation the inherited Wisdom Basic to that society. No generation has an answer to All the questions of life Mach generation learns Ornet hire new. In All t r in civilization.-, however there is a cont inuit of life and understanding which Bridges the so called a generation Gap. A this observation should have special meaning in our own time when radicalized Young people condemn their elders. Youthful rebel a minority. But Berain of the publicity they seek and Recti Eti a r attitude cannot he ignored. I Ley have to be dealt with directly of that their confusion wont spread to the majority of Mug american. Sympathy for the Young alway l in order up to a Point. Youth is a Good time of life. Older Cit i pm wild no a a in Youthful enthusiasm. I i a i to it by part of life. Never he in its it i a Cru Aln t i refrain for an c in Dor in talking a or about your g people. A Quot certainly it w foul i a even Dat Cero is to a a a cult of it out ii. Youth should be made to understand at it a i 1 ar., n no poly on Deda a on understanding or moral c u -. A. Ai. Some of t lie a to ate 1< a How in history have Bern old men at their time of greatness Winston ii for exam e. The old can he j As courage is it. T lie Young just a w lung to sacrifice. Not adat it is important to so a out this Way to Young people. Hie reason for Iii i t hat there l a Barrier of experience Between Young and old. Many Young people have been sheltered in americans affluence. Americans attending College in previous generation knew they were privileged. Around them was a world of hard work and of hard times. The could not have afforded to spend their time Oil Demotis , Many Young people done to fully appreciate that a College education is a privilege. Many youngsters have grown up in an environment of Raffl lie Nee and forgotten about or ency problems. They imagine that Paddy always will be on hand to buy new clothe and make payments on a sports adult want to shout angry words at Young people. One simply wants to make them see things its they to place their own action in perspective. It is necessary therefore to remind Young people of the extent to which their activities subsidized. They need to he told that behind their pleasure is the hard work of adults continued on Page a is Nior citizens in Runnels county As Well As those in every other Community in the nation will have an Opportunity to he a out on their needs. Durin the latter Days of september Community White House conferences on \. No will be held throughout Tho a non accords to Runnels county Home demonstration Arent Juanita of Connor. The mini White Hon e conferences to Kine the form of Community forums and every senior citizen is invited to attend and Pink out on their needs. Tile conference in Ballinger is scheduled for wed be Day september 30 Between 2 and 4 pm. In Fellowship Hall of first United methodist Church. These local conferences a such As the me to im1 held Here Basic to the Whitt in us conference on v in.1 which will be held in Washington d c november 29 to december 3, 1971. In the meantime state conferences will be held to develop the information l gathered from the Community forums into rec Caro a farm. 197 1 Gold Star girl youth from Olsen and Miles were honoured saturday evening As Runnels it unit it a i la Gold Star girl and bos for j 970. Recipient of the awards were Carol Halfmann of Olsen and Bill j. Ii chug of Miles Carol the la \ ear old daughter of or and mrs Irwin Halfmann. Has been a member of 4 la dubs for seven years. She is a member of the Olsen girls 4 la club. She has carried demonstrations and projects in i am clothing fruits my it t table. Rabbits commercial steer i fed up i in i and Roux card no i child care Home economies Community improvement and bicycling. In addition slit1 served As Junior Iii food. In Ltd is and <>9. Teaching 13 younger 4 11 club members she Lias served As Leader for a by Chi Lim project with three in the Atnip. Lier record placed first Iii the District and has been sent to state Competition. Carol has served Iii a number of offices i her club including president v Iet president Secretary treasurer and Council Delegate she has been named vice chairman of the Runnels county 4 ii Council for 1971 a Junior student at Ballin or High school die i a member of Ila National Honor society is on the annual staff and is manager for the High school Volley Ball team she has her chapter degree Iii future homemakers of Inera in addition to her school and 4 la work she is a member of he youth Chon at St Bomi Lee Church and treas Tiger of the Catholic youth organization there j Lei u i s parents or. And mrs. Commendations or programs for presentation at flit National meeting. In general the Basic needs of older people Deal with such areas As income health nutrition housing transportation employment and retirement education activities and spiritual Well being. The local forums May uncover other needs mrs. Of Connor noted. I s commissioner on aging. John b. Martin who also serves As special assistant for a my to president Nixon will direct tilt White House conference. La says the approach being developed v ill cover a three year period the very a me local fun in will in held in september. 1970, the Tate and National White Home conferences in 1971, and the plan of action developed in 1972. Mrs of Connor said that every senior c citizen i the county has a special invitation to attend the meeting in Ballinger and so a out on their needs or of or u11 act Quot which an important to them. Bdl j Heiwig. O Ai Star or a it Lur 1970 Bill la in i. The to year old youth has Poti Patch ill us work Lur tile past seven years. In Iii Quot m u Al it at m Les he has served As Junior Leader Council Delegate and president in inc county 4 la Council he has held office a Connell Deb Gate vice chairman Ami Lur 1971 he will serve As chairman of the Council. I Quot projects have included beef lieder Aud steers it us Ca 11 production livestock judging electric showmanship Public speaking and leadership. In his work with cattle he has served As a vice president of the Junior pulled a sonata of Texas and now i a director of that organization he also in a member of tin Texas and american Lien told association. Ludwig is Active in shirts at school and is vice president of the future Farmers of Ament i Chapin at Miles High school this year he is Active Iii the work of his chm cd Servin a treasure of the Luther Lea a Tim year Sykes resigns at first savings resignation of Billy Sykes vice president and manager of the Ballinger Branch it first savings amp loan association. W a v announced last week Sykes said ins resignation would take effect october la he plans to devote full time to ranching interests Lee Hunter who is currently associated with the first savings organization in san Angelo will assume charge of the Ballinger office Sykes said Bill i Heiwig chairman of the 4 ii Council for Runnels county for 1971, was master of ceremonies at their annual 4 ii awards banquet held saturday evening in the Ballinger Community Center. Oliver Grote of Mason a past president of the District 7 4 la adult leaders association was speaker for the evening. Participating in the program were Carol Halfmann who led the 4-h club pledge and motto Ricky Dean who introduced sex a Cial guests Jane Jeschke who introduced the speaker. Invocation was Given by county judge w. La. Rampy. Awards were presented by county agent c. T Parker jr., mrs. Jaruta of Connor Home demonstration agent Aud ii Allen Belk assistant agent. Outstanding Man adult Leader award was presented by Paula Mcguire to Daniel Bedman of Miles. Mrs John Morgan of Ballinger received the outstanding woman adult Leader award. It was presented by Scott Mcwilliams. Silvern o Dell presented the Friend of 4-h award to Odell Denton. Gold Star awards were presented by state representative Lynn n Abers. Achievement awards presented at the banquet were As follows game area permit applications now ready for Hunters Ballinger area Hunters desiring to Hunt Deer or Quail on Texas Parks and we la life management areas urged to obtain and submit applications without delay. In West Texas Hunts will be held for Deer on the Kerr Black Gap Surra Diablo. Gene Howe arid Chaparral areas when the card Quot filled out. The Hunter in urged to fully Complete the card in accordance with the instruction Sheet write to the department at to Box Imo san Angelo or Telephone 653-3301 for an application to be mailed Quail Hunts will be held on the Gene How Vrca six Miles Oast of Ca Chan the Matador area located la Miles North of Paducah and the Chaparral area. Eight Miles West of Artesia a fils the Hunter is urged to bring Bird dog it to reduce loss of cripples and dead Birds. The applicant must obtained a separate card for Hunting either Deer or Quail both species cannot be applied for Chi one card the name of tin area must in included the social Security number of the applicant inserted a of the Hunter must be 17 or older the card must in mailed to the department it Fie in Austin fur the Public drawing to be held on Elul it it a 22 deadline fur applications to in in til Austin office has a in set fur 5 in october 19. There will be 725 permits issued for the Kerr area. A Tut Al of Soo will be is sued for the Black Gap 42 for the Sierra Diablo. 30 for the Gene Howe and 225 for tile Chaparral area so chances of being selected Good despite the Large number of applicants each year As a special notice House Bill 130, Section 3 As passel during the Hist Sev Sruti of the Texas i Xiv i Slat lire state that a no person May receive a special i Umu tor two 21 consecutive years unless All applications from persons who applied but did nut receive a special permit in the preceding year filled at present it apr it ears that despite drought Over much of West Texas a Gnu rattle rainfall came along inst at the right time and area managers highly optimistic about Hunter Success Deer and Quail in Good numbers generally fat and Iii Gix i body condition Over much of Texas the Deer Antlers appear to be much better than during the dry season last year Quail number Quot generally up Over most of the state wildlife management areas not free Hunting areas by intent but research and management stations where Public Hunting is allowed to reduce a Populis Don surplus. Oliver Grote. Banquet speaker achievement Lois Halfmann Freddie Grohman Carol Halfmann agriculture Steve Glass Charles Hohensee Paul Jeschke beef Randy Rohmfeld David Rohmfeld Randy Redman Rohmfeld teachers will hear new Laws discussed tuesday new Laws affecting the. teachers will be the topic discussed at the Runnels county unit of Texas slate teachers association when it meets at 7 30 p.m., tuesday in the Winters High school auditorium. Roy Scruggs consultant in school administration with the Texas education Agency will be speaker. Entertainment will be provided by a Folk group from Winters High school a Winters winds bread amp Cereal Becky King Rhonda Carter Rebecca Plumley Gay Penny Shelly Hamner Debbie Carey Joyce Hamilton Mevlyn Morgan Lori Miller Barbara Bradshaw Cynthia Villa Julie Green Kathy Heinze Leticia Salinas Bonnie Kvapil Janie Freeman Cathy Kaslo erg Leslie Dunlap Rhonda Arrington Hope Ibarra Rita Casnave Robbie Hargrove child care Christine Hoeischer c Vitiz e ship Ruth Jansa Bill i Lei w in Donnie Halfmann clothing Gwen Smith i Corone Eggemeyer Marie Smith Diane Baize Donna droll c Ort incur d or Paye 6 Alta s Beauty shop to have open House Al v by a to shop will have open House wednesday of this week sept pm a r to. For in 9n to 6 when the women from Ballinger and surrounding d 1 it drop in anti see the be of a. Mio t the personnel. The aul a a 1 the Dayton Smith building on Strong Avenue. Mrs Alta Lawdermilk is the owner of Ca it ram Sharon Bartels and Carolyn Frey operators. Al ii Sis Vav ill a i vier for a Sam permanent. I Milt i so ii hair Cut and a a a i \ Isi is in Ual 1nm k i worshipful gland Mit of my on it a Ais a visitor in Ballinger Over hit week end lit1 a in the Artal to a official visit to various a onic and visited with local Macula while licit. I s. To Iii lie i accompanied Iii in. Miss Halfmann Heiwig top county 4-h ers

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