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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 3, 1977, Burnet, Texas
Ltd in Nev 2, his candidacy for . Concurs from the Lith Dis met the seat Twiny vacated by rep w it Quot Hob Quot Poage ois it a a Democrat from my Herman county will make Cam pain stops at Brownwood Elf Waco Batton Taylor Rockdale it t and Clifton on the opening Day. Jolson is a three term member of the Tex is House and currently serves As chairman of the com Jack Hall has signed on with the Burnet county sheriff s office As Deputy sheriff on the Bertram Mitten on higher education Briggs Beal see Bertram news on Page 8 for the Story inside halloween scrap 9 8i to sports last week and this Section b Bertram beat.a-8 Paw 3 amp 4 the Burnet county microfilm Contero inc. S . Dox 36de 11,33, i eos 753 j a thursday edition a vol. 104 no. 84 3 sections 34 pages november 3, 1977 Ringtail blows fuses Blacks out Wirtz area amendments put to vote nov. King of the annual Burnet halloween carnival was Jason Palmer who was elected from mrs Ginger fans second Grade class mrs fans class sold the Mosi tickets to the event elevating Jason to become the King Burnet tuesday november 8, voters throughout Texas will be presented with seven posed amendments to the state Constitution. Balloting will be conducted at 16 polling places within Burnet county. Amendment number one proposes increasing the size of the court of criminal appeals to nine judges and permitting the court to sit in panels of three judges. Amendment number two would provide for an additional $200 million in Bonds or obligations of the state of Texas for the veterans land fund and to allow surviving widows of veterans to Purchase tracts under certain circumstances. Amendment number three is the constitutional amendment permitting denial of bail to a person charged with a felony offence who has been theretofore twice convicted of a felony offence or charged with a felony of tense while that person was admitted to bail on a prior felony indictment or charged with a crime involving the use of a dead in weapon where there is evidence such person has been convicted of a prior felony offence providing for a 60 Day limit to that person s incarceration without trial and providing for that person s right to Appeal. Amendment number four is the constitutional amendment authorizing tax Relief to preserve certain cultural historical or natural resources. Amendment number five addresses itself to authorizing the formation of agricultural or Marine associations which May mandate the collection of refundable assessments for the improvement of production marketing or use of their products. Amendment number six would give the legislature Power to authorize state and National Banks to exercise thanking and discounting privileges by use of electronic devices or machines amendment number seven deals with Chang ing the name of the state judicial qualifications commission to the state commission on judicial conduct and relating to the commission and the Powers and proceedings of the commission a master and the supreme court or court of civil appeals justices serving in place of the supreme court for the suspension censure removal or involuntary retirement of a Justice judge or Justice of the peace under certain circumstances. Polling places in Burnet county for the constitutional amendments elec Bon will be precinct one the old methodist Church building Burnet precinct two the Bur net county courthouse precinct three Burnet High school precinct four Council Creek Village subdivision office building precinct five old Compton store building. Silver Creek precinct six Smithwick Community Center precinct seven Cassie subdivision Community Center precinct 11, Naruna Church building precinct 13, Bertram legion Hall precinct 14, Lake Victor Home demonstration club House precinct 15, Briggs school House precinct 16, Oakalla school House precinct 18, Granite Shoals fire station precinct 19, Marble Falls fire station precinct 20, Marble Falls first Baptist Church precinct 21, Spicewood Community Center. Precincts eight nine 10, 12 and 17 were drop Ped from the county arrangement several years ago. Commission to meet monday chamber officers the new officers elected last week by the Burnet chamber of Commerce Are left to right Merkle Williams second vice president Roy Murray president Charles Brinkley treasurer and Herman Braley first vice president. Burnet the City of Burnet planning and zoning commission will hold a workshop meeting at 5 15 . Monday november 7, in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The Public is invited. The planning and zoning com Mission was recently formed by the City Council As a revised zoo ing commission. The number of commissioners was increased in the revamping. Discussion is expected to Center on the City s master plan which was formulated in 1970 at a Cost of $33,000. Some persons have expressed an interest in having a new master plan written while others maintain that the 1970 version has not yet been implemented. Safe a did its Marble Falls residents of Horseshoe Bay and Southern Marble Falls were loft in the dark for slightly More than an hour sunday night when a Ringtail wandered into the Wirt Power substation and caused the fuses to blow. Jake Sublett general line fore Man with Ped males elector co operative said that about 9 30 sunday night the animal caused a Short who h blew All the fuses in the substation. It was an hour before Pec workers could Correct the sited lion witnesses in the area reported seeing a Blue Green Flash in the sky at the same time the Power went out in some of the com reunified along the Colorado River served by the Wirt substation. Waco Stab rep Lyndon Olson i announced wednes Marble Falls some determined Safe crackers were thwarted in their attempt to Rob the food store s Safe Here saturday night or sunday morning when the Safe refused to be opened or moved Quot the Safe did its lob and kept them out Quot according to Marine Falls Deputy marshal Danny Robinson. The attempted burglary was investigated by City county and state lawmen As the Texas rang ers joined in the investigation. Between 10 30 . Saturday and 8 a in sunday the unknown would be Safe crackers entered the store and tried to Cut the Safe open with an acetylene Torch but failed to accomplish the task before they ran out of oxygen they then employed a two wheel Dolly belongs a to the store m an Effort to lift the Safe and carry it away but the two Wheeler had a weight capacity of about about 500 pounds and would t stand up to the 1,000 plus Pound Safe the burglars Bent the two Wheeler in two places before give my up the attempt they left behind them an acetylene Torch set welder s mask and spark igniter no one has yet been a pretended though lawmen Are still look my into the Case Burnt High school sophomores dress up Uke cowboys and indians last tuesday Olson enters race in Crouton ticket a min a cd f ult Al
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