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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

!. s .- - - - -.- Page 14. Tribuno-Progrcss Thursday December 23 1982 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Obituaries Bryce McCrnry Services for Drycc Dun- can "Dungan" McCray 65 of Florence were held at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church of Floren- ce with the Rev. Cecil Reed officiating. Burial was in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. Mr. McCray died Friday at his residence after a lengthy illness. He was born In Holland and served in the Army during World War 11. He retired from the U.S. Air Force after more than 20 years service. He was a graduate of Florence High School and Oklahoma State University. He taught school in the Florence and Killccn school districts during the lOGOs and was a member of Masonic Lodge No. 338 AF&AM of Florence. He was a 32nd degree Mason and was a Shriner. He was a member of American Legion Post No. 354 of Florence and a num- ber of professional and fraternal organizations. He was preceded in death by his wife Tyana McC...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

" 1 -- V ' - . V TRIBUNE PROGRESS jjr- IM M Br mW S iJ m- . I Serving Bartlett & Holland VOLUME 97 NUMBER 20 BARTLETT TEXAS 76511 THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1982 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Holland First Graders Writer To Santa Claus The following letters were and E.T. Gene rai Lcc go -written by first grade cart BB Gun Train Atari students at Holland Elcmen- Scott tnry School. Dear Santa Wear Santa Please bring me doll Please bring me u fras clothes Byebc Diap Tippy fi iJqyous'" if- Noel i j i May the blessed memory of that first Christmas bring joy and love to all. h I WO I5 " Jt if R&S Radio & TV Bartlett . William Sumbera Bruce Lange "pp II Tu 1 rnoi o o o o o o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 flOOOOO OOOOO o o o O Golden Barbie. ' Misty W. I Love You Dear Santa Please bring me a BBs and Bye-bye Diapers Tippy - Toes doll clothes Pink and Pretty pencils crayons. I love you Tommy Dear Santa Please bring me a BB and gun Football He-Mali set Helmet. I love Thank You Charlie CL. Dear Santa ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

Pago 2 Tribune - Progress Thursday December 23 1982 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlctt Texas Eywar Come Dine With Us Taylor Christmas Just For You! jTBBPtrfVl A Designer & Conventional Frames Complete Laboratory Certified Opticians Since 1946 Dietz & McLean Optical Co. (formerly DEITZ-DILLARD) 601 Mallard Lane Taylor Texa Located in Taylor Eye Centor Hours: Mon. ihro Fri. 8:30am 5pm Phono: 512-352-J016 Wecome to Taylor! MERRY CHRISTMAS! SJ jilTMf w"MBBk This sign out front f. means lower energy cost fosMe. '82 THANK YOU FOR YOUR VISITS TO TAYLOR IN 1982. GLEN NAIVAR PEPSI-COLA DISTRIBUTOR Merry Christmas To All! J II you're punning to buy or build a new home. Text Power t. Light Com pany'! "E OK" ttandardi lor construction. Insulation weathtrttrlpplng and r heating and cooling equipment can help you enjoy elllclent and economical f use ol energy The "E 0 K" program It part ol "National Energy Watch." TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying investor-owned electric utility F00DLA...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlctt Texas Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1962 Page 3 Taylor Christmas '82 8 SUPERIOR DAIRIES INC. Welcome Bartlett and Holland Friends! $ && : 111 EH Merry Christmas from THE GALLEY Where you can get all kinds of SEAFOOD. COOKED TO GO. . ALSO VISIT OUR SEAFOOD MARKET 1500 N. MAIN 352-2651 Taylor Automatic Transmission "Hours Fresher 352-6920 291 0 AUSTIN HWY. All work guaranlood 4 Fluid & Filter changes 352-3680 HOURS: 1809-B N. Alain mmm j Aonday-Frlday (behind Dairy Queen) JL WW 7:30-5:30 3S31 .Sb Happy Holidays! GRAEF VETERINARY HOSPITAL HWY. 95 N. B&.J Merry Christmas! BUILDING CENTER DO-IT-YOURSELF OR CONTRACTOR MATERIALS NEGLEY PAINTS HARDWARE ROOFING WINOOWS& DOORS PANELING PLYWOOD INSULATION ELECTRICAL PLUMBING STOOLS COUNTERTOPS -VANITIES OPEN WEEKDAYS 7;30 - 5:30 OPEN SATURDAY 'TIL 4 PM 352-6393 2121 N. MAIN The Seasons Best! 0 LEFLER CLEANERS & DYERS Angel Moreno 208 Sloan 352-2731 Complete Radiator Service Department ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

MVMH9VPP PfPPP pw?wfi rry - r "riHhi5fr'w"') ""W 'jT.ws k " y.ws Wfi - 3' 7' i Pago 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1962 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Holland Third Graders Write Santa Claus m The following letters to Santa were Written by third grade students In Holland Elementary School. Dear Santa I want a dollhouse with everything In It plus a barbie doll and I want three barbus dolls one a man three girls' long dress. And live pants suits plus three more dresses. Love Parrl Dear Santa I want for Christmas Is a alarm clock book shelf skinny markers' tape recor- der recording tapes Allee leans shirts Atari vldo game dresser mlrrow. Love Angle Freeman Dear Santa All I want for Christmas. I would like a Atari for Christmas. And a new bike a stomper E.T. vldlo game. Also I would like a race set with crash cars. And a horse Also a go car with a track In our yard. Also a new basket- ball with a new net. And a toner game and blrdy with It. I would like a colt. Also a snake a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas County Pecan Show Produces Winning Recipes Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1982 Page 5 By Judy Y. Dcdcck Co. Ext. Agcnt-Wmson. Co. Wo wanted to share with some of the award winning recipes from the county pecan show. Thanks to the winners who shared their recipes. GRAND CHAMPION: Carolyn Schacfer Round Rock Texas BAKLAVA Vh c. granulated sugar 114 cups water 1 cup honey zest of 1 lemon 1 stick cinnamon 3 to 6 cloves (whole) 1 lb. pecans medium finely chopped 2 Up. ground cinnamon 1 scant Up. ground cloves 1V4 lbs. commercial Filo sheets Up to 1 lb. butter melted Combine 1 cup sugar water honey lemon zest and whole spices in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Lower the heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Then remove the lemon peel and spices and cool. Meanwhile in a large bowl combine the nuts remaining 1 Vi cup sugar and ground spices. Set aside. Lay the Filo sheets flat cover the damp towel and keep covered except when removing to assemble the Baklav...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1982 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Twfos msBmsBsesmsssasEsasmBmssmmmmmmmiBMmmaB&Bm S XT wHBHto WE'VE EXPANDED TO INCLUDE THE FINEST IN HOME FURNISHINGS IN NAMES SUCH AS TEL CITY BURLINGTON MORNING GLORY and other fine brands too numerous to mention! Have a Merry Christmas! and visit us often in '83 tippy iMu$n KREIMEYER CAIN AND JEZEK Professional Corporation For the practice of Law are pleased to announce the relocation of our offices to 200 E. CENTRAL 1 4 Merry Christmas! lhter Ihlidun 939-1856 Belton BRADFORD TEXACO SERVICE STATION & U-HAUL 339 N. Main 939-3021 ivishes you a Merry Christmas! ROAD SERVICE U-Haul Trailers & Trucks Minor Auto Repairs Washing - Greasing Tunc Ups Tires Batteries - Accessories 339 N Mafl 939-3021 CS. Jones Pumps And Sales Drilling Windmills Service Tanks Red jacket Submersible Pumps 35 Years Serving Bell County We.'re open and ready to serve your water well needs. Call us today for sales and service...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

CHRISTMAS EDITION Bnrtlett Texas Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1962 Page 7 pasesBMramag F&N from these Belton Merchants! m v Let he Professionals HELP YOU Reduce Your Energy Dills. inTONflmufaUfJitf. 909-1821 InsulatlonSealants.PlpeWrap-Wator Heater Jackets-Solar Screens- Accousflcal Ceilings. Keep y Winter Warmth In no no Proper Insulation Not Only KeopsYou Comfortable... Proper Insulation Savos $ On Heating And Cooling Olllsl Keep Summer Heat Out SUPERIOR CHAIRCRAFT ROCKWOOL INDUSTRIES A Susquehanna Company SOUTHWEST DIVISION PEOPLE WORKING TO KEEP WE GOOD LIFE IN AMERICA Merry Christmas! to our Holland and Bartfetf Friends from the Folks at LONGHORN DRIVE-IN GROCERY Holland Rd. Belton 939-6451 Winter- Wfee Drivers WE'VE GOT IT ALL ! Peak Anfl-freexe Radiator Hosts Ihermostets Heafer Hoses ii. ss WfilLQBBf PAWN LOAN &JEWELRV 300 N WAIL ST DLTON. TX 70S13 87 039.0777 Great bargains on guns-car stereos-tools- jewelru -musical instruments I 101 different items Come On...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1982 Dress For Comfort And Protection In Winter Weather COLLEGE STAT10N--Dress for comfort and protection when planning to spend much time outdoors during winter. Wind or tem- perature cannot be con- trolled but clothing can. "Select clothing for your activities as well as for out- door conditions" says Dr. Ann Vanderpoortcn clothing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Ser- vice Texas A&M University System. Think about your clothing ns layers of protection adds Vanderpoortcn. By planning the number and thickness of these layers comfort can be controlled in almost any out- door climate. The layer closest to the skin should be a "breathing layer" that allows body moisture and excess heat to escape. This layer may con slst of underwear light- weight socks blouses or shirts The second layer is an "insulation layer" that kccp3 in the warmed air around the body. Bulky fabrics or several thin layers hold lots of air. Examples ar...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas Novel Examines Rivalries AUSTIN-An ancient rivalry between two Central Texas communities serves as a backdrop for a new novel by. a University of Texas faculty member who goes back home to examine the commonness and uniqueness of small-town life. Dr. Michael Adams lee-' turcr In English has written a fanciful tale of a young man's painfully conscious Initiation Into manhood and his unconscious struggle against the rituals of culture comfort and tradition In "Blind Man's Bluff." The book which Is Illustrated by the author Is being published by Imperial Palm Press a now publishing company In Austin which specializes In regional books. "Most writers have a 'coming of age' novel In their system that they have to got out of them" says Adams who grew up In Kllleen and Copperas Cove. v His characters live In Copperas Cove and In the community of Okallc. "They weren't really towns-a town square In each and a few two-story buildings but hardly anyone lived th...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1982 CHRISTMAS EDITION Bartlett Texas .:; mmm: . any from these Temple Merchants aMHBYM V;mv .rmr yfi r IH I ; :-j Iw FBI IMR HAYNES UPHOLSTERY SHOP Louver Drapes UFino Fabrics Custom Window Shades Selections Woven Woods Custom Furniture Solar Central Shados Decorating Distinctive Upholstering Auto Seat Covors - FREE ESTIMATES 8319W. Av.G 773-1461 PALOUSEK OVERHEAD DOORS INC. EMIL PALOUSEK Residential-Commercial-Free Estimates Electric Door Openers SALES-SERVICE INSTALLATION REPAIR ALL MAKIS Midway Drive. Temple Ki-glcy Rd Ai Old Helton Road JJ72 Nihts 7H 162 INGRAM'S TRANSMISSIONS AUTOMATIC ft STANDARD Quality Sorvict It Our Business WHOLESALE & RETAIL COMPLETE SEAL JOBS & SERVICE REBUILTREPAIREDEXCHANGE4-W DRIVE 774-9192 1109 W. Av M. FREE TOW WITH OVERHAUL OR EXCHANGE JERRY INGRAM - OWNER SHERMAN'S ORTHOTICS Wheel Chairs ft Hospital Equipment RENTAL SALES & SERVICE 2625 S. 31st. 778-1269 BAIRD HARDWARE DO IT YOURSELF HEADQ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

CHRISTMAS EDITION Bnrtlett Texas Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1961 Page H Lisa Franks Owner Of is proud to introduce Carol Benner's HOLIDAY SPECIALS Merry Christmas! Uniqu Gifts For Th Boss Or Office Personnel AQI0NF0RD OFFICE PRODUCTS Totil Office Equipment And SuppKes 773-5351 TEMPLE COIN & STAMPS Shampoo Conditioning Treatment Cut and Blow Dry $10.00 Matrix Perms $5.00 extra. 1012 S. 31st Temple Tex. 778-541 2 Now is the time to invest for the future. Gold & Silver will continue to rise over the next few months especially silver it will reach $16 to $17 per oz. by summer. This makes it a far better investment than CD. or any other money marked funds. Call or come by & let us help you invest in the future. Soft Curl Permanent ...$28.00 Includes 3 Joico Conditioning treatments Procitlon cut and style. For Men and Women Tue.-Sat. 9-5 Moa'til Christmas 10-3 2118 West Adams) (Next To Burger King) INVESTORS ATTENTION 12112 Gold spot closed 432.6 Silver spot closed ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 December 1982

Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 23 1982 Selecting A Woodburning Stove COLLECE STATION- Airtlght wood-burning stoves have the highest rcpeatablc energy efficiency says a wood products specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service Texas A&M University System. Such stoves burn wood slowly and have energy ef- ficiency ratings of 55 to 80 percent which means onlky 20 to 45 percent of the generated heat is lost up the chimney says Chuck Stayton of Texas A&M University's Agricultural Research and Extension Center at Overton Non-airtight stoves can achieve up to 40 percent efficiency and conventional fireplaces only 15 percent. The higher a stove's energy efficiency the less fuclwood required to heat one's home Stayton points out. Thus homeowners need to select airtight stoves if fuclwood is to economically compete with fossil fuels Wood-burning stoves with catalytic converters can achieve high energy ef- ficiencies Stayton em- phasizes. These units reduce wood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday December 30 1982 VOLUME 97 NUMBER 21 817-527-1 12 1 FIFTEEN CENTS r V tV W' W l Estimated Tax Installment Due The fourth installment of estimated federal tax payments on 1982 Individual income is due by January 15 the Internal HEvcnue Ser- vice says This Installment should be paid using declaration voucher four found in the form 1010-ES package. "Declaration of Estimated Tax for Individuals." TAxpaycrs whose an- ticipated income changed during 1082 may have to file Free Tax Guide For The Farmer A free publication designed to explain how tax laws aply to farming is available by writing the In- ternal Revenue Service the IRS said IRS Publication 225 "Farmer's TAx Guide" contains 20 cnaptcrs covering such topics as farm income farm business ex- penses tax credits certain farming tax shelters and sod and water conservation expenditures Written in easy to under- stand language the guide can be a valuable reso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

mmmmmmmmm mrnmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmwmvmmwmmimmmvm9mwmmmmmfwmmww m Page 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 30 1982 ri i!ii 5V Church Calendar w '"IIIIIH"'" -JIIl((OT JWWH ' 111- fYfjJW'"" m ' T ji i '""OlMilSlI 'I iJlllBlfflllllll.l'1"' ipniwu ' . ""ft?" ..MS"" ftTV JL A Read 1 Kings 17:1-16 After a while the brook dried up because of the lack of rain. 1 Kings 17:7 (tev) 1 HE seventeenth chapter of First Kings tells of a terrible famine. The rivers dried up crops failed the fields were parched and yellow and the somber shadow of death hovered over every living thing. But God led Elijah to the brook Cherith and provided for him. Elijah's daily supply was just bread and meat brought by the ravens and a trickle of water from a little stream. Then God tested Elijah even further; suddenly the brook dried up. But EUjah did not complain. And he was rewarded for his faithful trust by being given new direction from God. At times we have dried-up brooks in our own lives when our cherished dreams dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday Dcoambcr 30 1982 Page 3 Holland ffigh To Play Thorndale Bulldogs LUNCHROOM MENUS HOLLAND MONDAY: Hamburgers lettuce tomatoes pickles onions cheese fries fruit ana milk. TUESDAY- Italian Spaghetti corn green salad garlic bread aplcsaucc and milk. WEDNESDAY: Fish macaroni & cheese black-eyed peas cornbrcad. Jolloandmilk. THURSDAY: Chicken Pot Pie with biscuits pineapple slices raisin-carrot salad and milk FRIDAY: Zesty Pizza seasoned green beans beets banana puddingandmilk. The Holland Morncttes and Hornets will play at Thorndale Thursday December 30 before star- ting 1983 basketball off against Academy January 4 The Hornet Junior varsity will play first Thursday at 5:30p.m Both A & 1$ teams for boys and girls will play against Academy with the first game at4:30p.m. Holland will participate in the Jarrell Tournament next week Jan G-8 1983 Holland Hornet Football Schedule Announced nHBGHfesS 22tiJ taJiw iN.J 5204 'ShBpI Horncltc Junior Varsity Playing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

!f!?!!!!!W?!!!!!IIW - v-v---- w v v T" "lppnwvvv Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 30 1982 t 1982 McNsuRht Synd. CAPITOL UPDATE Z$X P FtfCHeP- TRIB UNE PROGRESS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rrrzz- AJ- Mk The Bartlett Philosopher By The Bartlett Philosopher HAVE YOU VOTED yet? The question is "Will Bar- tlett have a dry goods store?" and all you have to do to vote "yes" is sign the petition at the Tribune- Progress office. I guess you are all wonderin' who The Circleville (Editor's note: The Circleville Philosopher on his Johnsnngrass farm on the San Gabriel Itivcr has found out that a new year is upon us.) Dear editor: With a new year getting underway it's customary to try to look down the road and predict what's going to hap- pen. For example I predict that the government economists who predicted economic recovery would occur in the first quarter of 1902 will now predict it'll happen in the first quarter of 1983. Those who predicted it'd occur in the second quarter of last year can no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday December 30 1902 Page 5 Dog Trio Leads Lake Travis Win Coach Franklin Jones's Bartlett Bulldogs rolled over Lake Travis 95-44 In district basketball action last week paced by Michael Smith Itobcrt Williams and Greg Turner. Smith had 20 points while Turner and Williams had 18 points each. Leon Powell also scored In double-digits with 11 points. The Bulldogs dropped In 47 points in the first half while allowing their op- ponents only IB points. Coach JOncs was pleased with the victory overall but said his team needs work defensively. Others scoring for Bar- tlett were Sammy Williams G Tony Johnson G Michael Bowser G Lonnie Cralhurs G and Handy Hafay 4. In junior varsity action the Bulldogs defeated Lake Travis 54-37. Chris Bowser led the assault with a booming 22 points. The JV held a close 24-18 halftimc edge but dropped in 18 points in the third period to outdistance the op- ponent. Also scoring for Bartlett were Henry Walker 10. Bob- by Freeman 8 Pete Rico...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 30 1982 h'm - m.h wmmmmmMfmi Special! For New Year's Parties USDA CHOICE Heavy Beef Full Cut 12 Ounce Cans Assorted Colors For Your Bath I Sprite Tab Round Miller Northern I or Coke Steak Lite Beer Bath Tissue! 32 Oz. B BB J T p H 4 H jm I Bottles Hi I Lb. H Oz. HH8 pk'' SV m I L-B --H Cans H a- .L-flr ----V u. H -H plus --H -H 1--M---F --B C I I USDA Choice I H A Boneless Top Round Sleak Lb 1 98 JL A B vltnfffffflWi ill 1i:iriWWM -P J 8 0z. 49 Open Regular Hours New Year's Day1 Assorted Flavors ol Oak Farms Party Dips Oak Farms Thick Rich Egg Nog Quartern yiJC Golden Quarters Margarln ff Imperial .nb. cms.aUC Nestles 12 Count Box ja on Hot Cocoa Mix Va American Beauty 10 Oz Pkg a Long Spaghetti ForOcfC Swlit's Premium Pre-creamed . aq Jewel Shortening 42 oz. can I Assorted Colors Brawny oweis jumbo Ron yrc Del Monte Thick Rich Tomato Sauce Folger's Crystals Instant Coffee Folgor's Dccallelnated 099 High Point Coffee aozJarO a.r GREEN GIANT ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 December 1982

-TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday December 30 1932 Page 7 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible tor more then one In corrett insertion laHr" ijJm H 1 U LJ I M BR I mM- '-! '- ; VJ 1 1 flflr ' I BHHBI ) 1hi. I I J J I mmr "' ''" 'V ' l stofk I fkVK u9 m in t 'h 1 I I H iH "t r ... r i A I 1 For Sale: 500 Gallon Gas Tank on skids with "New" pump with gallon read out. $550.00. Contact Norman or Don Thaler Bartlett Tx. 1-6-83 PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible party to assume small monthly payments on spinet-console piano. Can be seen locally. Write: (Include phone num.. ber) Credit Manager P.O. Box 478 Lockhart Tx. 78644- 0478. 1-13 eg. FOR SALE - Trunncl Beds $75. Phone 527-4551. 12-30 eg. FOR SALE - Seven piece dining set one Rocker and one swivel chair. Phone (117-527-3217 Bartlett. 1-6 eg. QUILTS FOR sale. Vivi...

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