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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 15, 1977, Burnet, Texas
First place among the old timers those 70 and Over was won by . Westmoreland of Houston Center during thursday afternoon Competition at the fifth annual old time fiddlers contest. Here he is flanked by a contestant in today s events Tommy Tomblin of Freeport left and Henry Parsons of Houston right. Kumog boosters meet at 7 Burnet the bulldog boosters club win meet tonight at 7 . In the High school auditorium with ice Cream As a drawing card and the upcoming football season the main topic of conversation. The boosters Are planning a membership Campaign and will also discuss the annual Kickoff Barbecue in Honor of the players. Fred York is Busy organizing parents and fans to charter some buses for the october 7 game in Sonora. York 756-2023, proposes helping the players band and Highland ettes pay for their buses and also to get enough older folks together to charter a bus which would allow them to get to the game and Back Quot with no driving at All. And monday edition a a i find this impossible to believe. See letters Page 4 25s Barking dog or Council agent. V of i in. C or. To r. P. 0. 3dx 000 �->11 >3texas inc 35 Burnet the Burnet City Council will be taking care of business tuesday night As they discuss traffic control improvements the zoning commission Grant projects and hear from citizens about Barking dogs. The Council will also go into executive session to consider a prospective finance director for the City. Representatives of the Texas Highway department will present plans for a 1-1/2 Inch overlay on highways 29 and 281 within Burnet City limits and also installation of protected left turn signals at important intersections in Burnet a Pierce Street family is slated to address the Council about a dog in their neighbourhood which has been Barking to the Point of annoyance though City manager Jack Tippit says there is no Law which forbids a dog s Barking. The Council will also discuss upgrading the five member zoning commission to a nine member planning and zoning commission. In related action the Council will discuss a Grant which the City has received and the employment of three Ceta workers to help in Burnet Bertram and Marble Falls comprehensive planning. The Ceta workers will handle project coordination graphics and secretarial work. A Federal Grant contract which would provide Utility Relief funds for the needy and handicapped is also scheduled for action. The 7 30 meeting has yet to find a gathering place. Listen for an up Date on Kalb s noon bulletin news heard at 12 20 p a daily. Drought broken by spoilsport Weatherman thursday s fleeting showers were just the preview of the Clouds which finally came to Earth Friday afternoon. Tha drought which has bean holding on for a couple of months get a Thunder rumbling coup de Grace and the drying grasses which have lately been keeping lire fighters Busy in the held got a Long awaited drink. We knew it would rain sooner or Lator. But spoilsport that tha weather sometimes is it waded until the fiddlers festive was Ripe for Muddy paths. Vol. 104 no. 60august 15,1977 the Burnet count bulletin $2.4 Milton school budget considered trustees meet tuesday night three year old Nancy Henson and her one fifth scale fiddle were giving them their Best As a Brief Shower passed Over Industrial Park. Burnet the 1977-78 budget for the Burnet schools will be sandwiched Between items five and six on the Agenda of the regular monthly meeting tomorrow night at 7 30 at Burnet High school. The budget hearing and setting of the tax rate for the coming school year will take place during a recess of the regular meeting. The budget of $2,474,052 will be discussed during the Public meeting and is expected to pass with the approval of the Board of trustees. Agenda items for the regular meeting include presentations by or. And mrs. Ted Baker concerning their son who has been reluctant to attend school since he was involved in a fight at the Middle school. Billy Pratt is slated to go of schools set registration dates Marble Falls and Junior High schools ration of new Elemen preregistration at the will begin thursday tary students from 10 Marble Falls elementary August 18 with the Regis . To noon and from 1 inside you re not a regular bulletin subscriber see Page 11 a . To 3 30 . In the elementary cafeteria. This is Only for new elementary students in the District. Parents should bring birth certificates and immunization records. Friday August 19 will be pre registration for kindergarten through first Grade. This will also be in the elementary cafeteria from 9 . To noon and from 1 . To 3 30 . Second and third graders will Register Friday August 26 from 9 . To noon. Fourth and fifth graders will Register the same Day from 1 . To 3 30 . Students who do not pre Register will have to wait until after school starts to be assigned classes. Registration for eighth waders is set for August _6 from 8 . To to a in seventh graders will Register the same Day from 1 . To 3 . In the Junior High auditorium. Registration for sixth graders is wednesday August 31 before the Board to discuss the Case of a client who feels the property line Between her property and school property needs review to determine where the Boundary lies. Bertram Alderman Fred Felan will discuss Purchase of the old Bertram Ball Field from the school District by the City of Bertram. Listed among communications Are two letters from superintendent Bob Wilkin to the Texas education Agency responding to Tea s request for documentary materials concerning the Baker Case and the matter of Patricia huckster who was refused contract renewal As a teacher. The Board will also open Petroleum bids for the coming year and consider prospective contracts for Gat. Vann Taylor . Dattary a Vamar Hart Tim Waak Vann s. Taylor. M of. District governor of rotary International will visit the Burnt club on August 16th and 17th on August 16th Tysra will to a social gathering and supper at tha Buckner s boys ranch at 7 . On August 17th, or. Taylor Ami address Tho Burnet Chib at tha regular meeting at noon at the Highlander inn. Judges Pat Hopson bin Wilcox and pan run Hoffman watch and listen is fiddlers festival crowds soak of the vibes Al thursday s events. Bertram Council has split vote first one in memory Bertram a joint emergency meeting of the Bertram City Council and the Volunteer fire department at the old school building thursday night concluded with the Council resolving in a 3 1 vote to endorse the expansion of the fire Hall provided the project does not conflict with City zoning Ordin a rices. The primary concern of the Council is an ordinance which states All buildings must have a Side Yard of at least five feet. The Council approved the s plan to build an addition to the water department fire Hall on the condition that the City attorney positively determines that the property Hoe lies where it is thought. A Survey of the property is expected. Or. Grant the neighbor of the Public building expressed his concern that the addition would Block the South Breeze from reaching his Home. Mayor Ken Odiorne said Fred Felan s dissenting vote was the Only non unanimous vote within memory. A Bat which crawled from a Hole in the Wall disrupted the meeting momentarily but finally found its Way out a window after avoiding marshal Zukie Bonnet a attempts to swat it with a Broom. A amp pm club meets tuesday Burnet the Highland lakes area business and professional women s club will meet tuesday August 16 at the new Herman Brown Library in Burnet at 7 . The group which now numbers b8. Will gather for a get acquainted session and to discuss plans for the August 20 installation banquet. There will be no program and no business reports. Four Hundred and Twenty nine dollars have been deposited in a special savings account As the Start of the club s youth and civic fund. This fund represent the proceeds from the recent mini youth Jamboree sponsored jointly by the a amp pm club and John Landtroop. Purpose of the fund is to provide recreational facilities and equipment for the Young people of the entire Highland lakes area and is the principal Long Range project planned by the a amp pm
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