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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 14, 1977, Burnet, Texas
Mie Rorum Conter inc a to Box �?o536 2� d31133, Texas 75235 xxx Mike Isbell d j Wims Assurance Betfert undergoing polygraph test Burnet Kalb radio disc jockey Mike Isbell who was found unharmed after reportedly being abducted from the station wednesday was Back on the air thursday and said Friday he did t know when he would take a polygraph test concerning the matter. Texas Ranger Troy Porterfield who is conducting the investigation into the incident reported shortly after Isbell returned to Burnet that Isbell would undergo the polygraph test today in Austin. However Isbell said it was his understanding that he could take the test anytime this week. Quot Iti take it on one condition Quot he told the bulletin Quot and that is if the Llano sheriff s office the department of Public monday edition a join the cleanup Campaign safety officers and the Texas rangers make a Public apology about doubting my Story if i pass the the 23 year old disc jockey was critical of the fact that none of the the officers made any Effort to return to the scene where he reported escaping from his Abductor until several hours afterwards. After being abducted from his Post on the air at 7 50 ., Isbell reported he was ordered to drive his own car a 1961 Pontiac Bonneville for about a Block. At that Point his Abductor who he described As being 46 or 47 years old about 5 9&Quot Tah of medium build and noticeably drunk told no to Stop and climb so dec Pap Al Ursa i Quot 1 tort. A gourmet Delight p.a2 Llano hardware store featured on National to. P.a3 bulldogs is. Del Valle a scheduling mix up p. C7 cleanup poster winners receive prisesp.a8 Burnet intermediate Honor Roll announced.p-c5 Esikol. 104 no. 19 March 14,1977 3 sections 20 pages the Burnet cleanup week underway Burnet although Burnet s clean up week officially got underway Only today the Burnet Volunteer fire department got an Early Start saturday and began cleaning up the areas near the department Headquarters on main Street and in a number of areas behind businesses on the courthouse Square. Also getting a head Start Are members of boy scout troop 289, who who begin cleanup efforts around the chamber of Commerce office at 5 . Today. Paul Shell cleanup week chairman canvassed businesses in downtown Burnet last week and reports that local merchants Are Quot extremely cooperative and enthusiastic Quot about the All out week Long Effort. Shell met with chamber directors at 7 Friday to give a report on Progress and activities for the cleanup week Campaign. Richard Sanders mayor pro tem of Burnet and a member of the chamber civic affairs committee in charge of the cleanup Effort signed a proclamation Friday declaring the month of March As cleanup month in Burnet mayor . Kassaw chamber president Jerry Cozby and members of the civic affairs committee witnessed the proclamation signing. More than two dozen Burnet civic service organizations will be participating in the cleanup Campaign saturday March 19. Headquarters for the cleanup Effort will be at the . Supermarket on Hwy. 29. Free Coffee and doughnuts will be served to participants Courtesy of . A a High school and intermediate school poster contests were judged last wednesday. First place $5 in the High school contest went to Julie Greenlees second place $3 to Robin Burton and third $2 to Butch Bridges. First prize Winner in the intermediate school contest was Greg Shelnutt who received $5 second place $3douglas Moses and third $21. Ricky Thorp. The elementary school contest will be judged at 9 30 Today and similar Cash prizes will be awarded the winners there. Groups participating in saturday s clean up Day will received notice this week of which area they Are assigned to clean and Clear Shell added. A list of those assignments will be published in thursday s edition of Thi bulletin. The High school National Honor society has already volunteered to be responsible for clean up activities around the High school and the Tennis courts. Quot numerous business people have indicated that they will be making extra Effort to clean up work around their businesses this week Quot Shell said. Among those Are James pirate owner of Burnet Florist on Hwy. 29. Who will be doing heavy work in cleanup raft a 7 Burnet school Board to discuss basketball Issue Burnet a the Burnet school Board will discuss a stand on girls basketball rules being changed to Quot full court Quot play during tomorrow night s Board meeting. The meeting slated for 7 30 . Tuesday night at the High school has the possibility of becoming a Little More interesting than usual. Gay Benson an athletic director at Slaton has written the Burnet Board a letter concerning the Catherine nored suit. Benson in her letter states that Quot she favors girls basketball rules staying As is Quot Burnet a extravaganza begins today the merchants and business firms represented in sections b and c of today s editions have undertaken to bring area residents the greatest Selling event in the history of the Hill country. An Quot extravaganza of values Quot begins today. Check the items advertised in today s special Section of the bulletin it thursday advertiser. You will find greater values than you could believe were possible. The loudly touted sales attractions of the Quot big City Quot centers cannot compare with the tremendous values offered Here this week. Every merchants in the Hill country has undertaken to give you an Opportunity to buy regular merchandise at real savings. This is just one More Way for them to help show you that the Hill country is the place for you to shop and fulfil All your family needs. You Benefit by Quality value service and selection when you do business with Hill country merchants and business firms. Their reliability and integrity assure you that every item is guaranteed As advertised. You Cen save Money and buy with Confidence from these business firms. It is a True Quot extravaganza Quot a rarely can any group of merchants conduct an event of such magnitude but in their great determination to build for you the Best shopping District in this area they have planned this great Sale. See How you can save on All your family and personal needs. Read the special ads in sections b and c. School superintendent Robert Wilkin said Catherine s father attorney Alvin nored of Burnet hat filed a suit against the University interscholastic league alleging that her civil rights Ere being violated because Girts basketball teams in Texas Are forced to play half court Ball. Nored filed the complaint in judge Jack Robert s . District court saying that the six player style rules governing girls Are and that playing half court style could Hurt Catherine s chances of getting a College scholarship. Wilkin said the Catherine nored suit against Uil basketball rulings will be discussed in open meeting. Three Bertram citizens mayor Ken Odiorne City Council member Fred be an and attorney Gene Stratton will appear before the Board Quot to probably discuss the school District s Selling the old football Field at Bertram to the City of Bertram Quot Wilkin said. Wilkin said he Board member Gene Taylor and Board president Price or. Will present a report on their recent attendance at the american association of school administrators in Las vegas. Of Board meeting tonight Marble Falls a the Marble Falls school Board will meet at 6 30 . Tonight monday mar. 14 in the classroom Annex of the High school. The first part of the meeting will be an executive session wit the open portion slated to get underway about 7 . Trustees will consider a report concerning the hearing impaired so of school Page a2 Burnet Council to discuss Airport contract Burnet the Burnet City Council will hold a regular meeting at 7 30 . Tuesday March 16. All candidates running for the Council in the april 2 City elections have been invited to tuesday s meeting Jack Tippit City administrator said. The Airport contract will probably be discussed Tippit said. Quot we expect to discuss the Hanger and contract Quot a added. The Purchase of additional land for use by the City sanitation Landfill will be discussed Tippit said but added Quot if we do discuss it it would probably be in executive be Tippit stated. A said there Baa been a request that the involved property by resorted to commercial Srah Rny pm cleanup proclamation a lamed members of in burnout climbs St Commerce civic affairs commit to gathered Friday morning to Ait nut Tbs signing of Tho official proclamation declaring ,n cleanup month in burnout. In co function with in clean scone Campaign is Tbs Highland lakes tourist association Burnet Mayer pre tem Richard Sanders seated use a member Al the commutes the proclamation witnesses in the event were left to right. Burnet chamber it Commerce president Jerry Corby Paul Patrick David Finch. Burnet Meyer Kassaw cleanup week chairman Paul shed Stella Haynes end Jean Puckett. Civic affairs committee chairman posters pop up around Burnet two members of urn Burnet Clumber of Commerce publicity committee. Graben de Dennen Lek. Tad vers t. Crew right assisted in burners cleanup Campaign this walk by placing Pustari in windows of businesses around town the posters were entries in school students contests indeed last week and a a Wierink peelers hem the bulletin. Mrs. Pauline Berry 2177 chairman Al the publicity committee Tor tee Chimer cleanup week sleds today with an an out Day Janned saturday March in when meet Burnet Civie Ani service organizations to be mobilized in Stanup Many treat of the City
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