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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 12, 1977, Burnet, Texas
Dog pocked Down by cards 366 d3-3�? 35r> inc it m oxus 75275 res Rush m is Anas by Don Schlicke Kyle the Hays consolidated rebels behind a Quick Rushing offence dominated the Ball game with 268 Yards most of them in the second half to take command and come out victorious 206. The rebels took the opening Kickoff and marched 61 Yards for a to with Allen Ewald gaining the final Yard. Marble Falls came right Back putting together a 67 Yard drive into pay dirt. The two big gainers on this drive were Rhonnie Lester to Greg Waymer passes for 14 and 18 Yards bringing the Ball to the 18 Yard line. Bobby Amos carried for 16 Yards to the two fumbled into the end zone where Marble Falls tackle Carl Ross covered it for the to. The kick was blocked making the score 7-6. The Mustangs kicked off. On the first play Hays fumbled with Lance Lechow recovering for Marble Falls. This is where the Ball game probably turned As Marble Falls stalled by a holding penalty was forced to punt. Clay Mccorquodale s punt was downed at the two Yard line by cont. On p.5 greased pigskin Quot Tim Mcgilvray 79 and it Spring Loose during the Del Valle game Barry Smith 29 keep their Eye on the Ball a Friday night. By Miles Hawthorne Del Valle Del Valle packed at the Burnet bulldog until in the second half the Cardinal broke Loose on a scoring Sprat which ended with the bulldog Down 36-6. The first half of action saw the cardinals score a single touchdown though that was enough to take them to the locker with a seven Point Lead. Burnet fans were hoping that would satisfy the cards but Del Valle came Back in the second half to score four Mort touchdowns. Burnet worked hard to overcome Del Valla s weight advantage but the big Flor Cardinal line in combination with their Backfield Talent proved too massive to contain. A Burnet Kickoff opened the game As the cardinals sat up at the 26, gaining one brat Down against the bulldog def Sosa before bogging Down and kicking it away. Two plays tatar Russell Clendennen was being coated Down in the Backfield by a flock of cardinals prompting him to throw what turned out to a an interception. The cardinals moved from cont. On p. 5 a monday edition a compote Friday might 25� sport coverage inside vol.104no.69 september 12,1977burnet, Bertram councils set meet Bertram marshal requesting Siren Hills water pressure problem surfaces once again Burnet the Burnet City Council s regular meeting tomorrow night tuesday september 13 at the free Library will focus on problems of water and electricity As the aldermen Deal with several requests for electrical service and look once More at the problems of water pressure at the . Hill residence. Also on the Agenda is the election of a mayor pro tempore consideration of a City limits ordinance sanitation charges ordinance the proposed restriction of parking from highways 29 and 281, and a discussion of traffic safety. The Council will appoint members of the Board of equalization and also appoint new planning commissioners. Mrs. . Hill who has previously addressed the Council concerning the Low water pressure at her Home plans to address the meeting. The state department of health has advised the City that the problem should be rectified or the state will remove the Quot state approved Quot classification for Burnet. Mrs. Hill says she has Given up talking to City manager Jack Tippit since she Quot gets nothing but fight Quot when she talks to him alone and prefers to talk to the Council As a whole. Among the remedies suggested for the Hills problem Are a Booster pump which the City has thus far refused to pay for doing nothing and letting the state remove approval of the water Supply or cutting off the Hills water. Mustang spectators mar bit Falls is principal Truett Mobley discusses game plays with other spectators who seem to be enjoying freshmen and Jav activities last thursday night. Large attendance has helped the spirit of the Home teams As the season of football gets into its third big week. Photo by Richard Gunther Bertram the Bertram a City Council has a full slate of business to attend to tuesday night at their regular 7 . Meeting at the old school House a film presentation will accompany a talk by a housing authority representative and another visitor g. Graham from san Antonio College will advise the Council on Federal Grants to Aid cities in the installation of traffic control devices. Also on the Agenda is marshal Zukie Bonnett s request for a Siren for his patrol car. The Council is expected to approve the contract for the Ball Field which Bertram is buying from the Burnet school District for $7,000 at $1,000 per year. Larry Katcham has asked to be put on the Agenda to Register a complaint about his water service being discontinued. The Council will also consider a proposed ordinance Banning the Sale of alcoholic beverages within 300 feet of a Church or school. A report on the Progress of the search for a City dump a Fol also be presented. Bertram has been excluded from those allowed to use the Burnet dump free of charge and a committee has been looking into Seva re possible Sites. Bertram citizen who went to request Street lights for their neighbourhoods will be ski to address the Council on the Issue. Every september the Council considers new Street Light requests at commissioners meeting today Debo to discuss Progress of county a history Burnet the Burnet county commissioners Are scheduled to meet today in commissioners court beginning at 9 a m. Among the Agenda items to receive the commissioners attention Are the Hospital Board the Burnet county Volunteer fire fighters association the Quot his tory of Burnet county a emergency medical service and once again dictation equipment for the county attorney s office. Darrell Debo who was hired by the county last october at $400 per month to write a history of Burnet county and now works for a local newspaper will address the commissioners on the Progress of the Book. John Mandigo is slated to present the commissioners with an update on the doings of the Burnet county fire fighters. The appointment of the Hospital Board is also scheduled for the commissioners action. June Mcgilvray Secretary to county attorney Gene Stratton will talk to the commissioners concerning the dictation equipment which she and Stratton have Long sought for the county attorney s office. Other items on the Agenda Art . Lange s Road and a communication concerning emergency medical services. Marble Falls Board meets tonight Marble f alls the Marble fails Independent school District Board of trustees during tonight s 6 30 . Meeting at the High school classroom Annex will consider selection of a representative to the Texas association of school boards House of delegates in san Antonio the Purchase of a 15 passenger school bus and take a look at the enrolment figures for the 1977 78 school year. The meeting will open then enter an executive session which is scheduled to last until 7 16 . Aside from the usual monthly business Hie trustees will hear items of information dealing with enrolment the Board of equalization report the tax office report and other reports concerning the boiler room staff participation in summer programs and workshops the budget and distribution of selected administrative documents to the trustees
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