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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 7 ♦ Complete Automotive Services 276-5918 276-9362 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING and AIR CONDITIONING ALSO ALTERNATOR & GENERATOR REPAIR ALSO (Member Texas Bank Charge-It Service) JIM RANES - OLYN PRESS (In Business Over 20 Years) J & O GARAGE 235 LAVON DR. GARLAND CHILDREN MAKE COFFEE CAN ICE CREAM Children attending the winter term of Preschool Storytime had a wonder- ful time when they prepared Coffee Can Ice Cream in class. Everyone worked hard to freeze the ice cream by rolling a large coffee can filled with in- gredients back and forth to one ano- ther. Of course, the very best part of the program was tasting the delicious chocolate ice cream. Anyone who would like to attend Preschool Storytime on Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 10:15 should contact Sally Koch at the Sachse Public Library, 530-8966. + + + WORLD'S SILENT MEN Some men of history won fame because they didn't talk much. They said little and did much. These men were not morose or...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

i 'V*-^ " xf'imih- - ~ nr i«l>i i if** m3t ^ Pag* • SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1986 COPIES MAD \ 7 4 Ml BLACK 8^x11 IOC ea. 8V2 x 14 15C ea. COLOR PAPER (in stock) SAME PRICE COLOR INK (in stock) 8V2 x 11 25C ea. 8J/2 x 14 35C ea. ENLARGEMENT or REDUCTION 50C per copy THE SACHSE SENTINEL (214) 530-1100 5624 Highway 78 A farmer, on his first visit to Chicago, stopped at a soda fountain and ordered a pop. When it was served, he asked of the ten- der, How much pop do you sell in a week?" Oh, about 40 gallons," replied the tender Til tell you how you can sell 80," declared the farmer. Eighty gallons?" asked the amazed tender. "How?" Simple, answered the farmer. "Fill up the glasses." Sachse, Texas 75098 valentine's vav t / ('/ ©§ Y I VJ Texan's now claim George Washington as a native son. Ac- cording to Texans, he once cut down a cactus plant. "George," asked his father, "did you chop down that cactus plant?" Little George whimpered. "I cannot tell a he. I did it with my little hatchet...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW ARRIVALS BURKK Peter and Janet Burke of Sachse are happy to announce the birth of their son, Ryan Joseph Burke. Ar- riving at Marmot Perot Presby- terian Hospital in Dallas on November 7, 1984 at 2:18 a.m., he weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and was 21 inches long. Welcoming her brother home is 2-year-old Melissa. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Kileen Burke of Holland, PA, Mr. Donald Ganion of Orange Park, FL, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pavlica of Colorado Springs, CO and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mulaully of Peoria, II,. LADIES COLLECTING MERCHANDISE Ladies of the Auxiliary to the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department have started collecting merchandise for their annual fund raising rum- mage sale. Anyone having merchandise that is no longer needed or items left from their own rummage sales can donate these items to the fire department's sale. Arrangements can be made to have your donation picked up by calling 495-1119 or 495-1864. Any and all merchandise wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

KHW 'r<i* p«0« 10 I M«T -fACHS* SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1906 doin' it right... yourself® CHUCKHOLES IN THE DRIVEWAY Most motorists agree that it is a little more than discon- certing to be driving along a relatively smooth highway only to be jerked and bounced around as a tire slugs through an unrepaired chuckhole. There is not a lot a motorist can do about chuckholes in the highway, short of grumbling unpleasantries about the effi- ciency of the local highway department. Now when that same motorist finds the family car bouncing along in the drive- way, the time has come for a quick driveway inspection. It is not beyond probability that draining rain water, coupled with temperature changes, has undermined the concrete surface. Cracks lead to chuck- holes, which in turn lead to nasty moments behind the wheel. Likely as not, that concrete driveway can be repaired without calling out the neigh- borhood cement truck, assum- ing quick action is taken. For small cracks, no more than 1/4- inc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 4985 -"-•O ACHSE SENTINE L Peg* 11 ^ A Ff m svvv no VISA' I COUPON SPECIALS Diamond Cleaners ALTERATIONS Hwy. 78 at Sachse Rd. Phone #495-4935 SACHSE CENTER % GOOD FOR One Ladies 2-pc. Suit Cleaned & Pressed VALID ONLY AT DIAMOND CLEANERS GOOD FOR $2.00 Off Any $5.00 or More Order VALID ONLY AT DIAMOND CLEANERS I I I I I I I I GOOD FOR $5.00 Off A $12.00 Order VALID ONLY AT DIAMOND CLEANERS Mon. - Fri. OPEN 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M Saturday 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. GOOD FOR $3.00 Off A $7.00 Order VALID ONLY AT DIAMOND CLEANERS GOOD FOR 30% Off Any Drycleaning Order VALID ONLY AT DIAMOND CLEANERS GOOD FOR $5.00 Off A $10.00 Order VALID ONLY AT DIAMOND CLEANERS COUPONS GOOD ONLY ON DRY CLEANING! GOOD FOR GOOD FOR ■ ■ 1 1 a GOOD FOR $6.00 1 $3.00 1 1 1 I $2.00 | Off A I Off A ■ 1 Off A 1 $20.00 Order s J $7.00 Order S ■ $5.00 Order s 1 VALID ONLY AT VALID ONLY AT 1 I _ VALID ONLY AT 1 DIAMOND CLEANERS 1 DIAMOND CLEANERS DIAMOND CLEANERS ONE COUPON PER ORDER PLEASE! We Accept All...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

Pagm IS SACHSC SENT1NEC FEBRUAUT 198 5 MAKEUP DAY DISCUSSED i i- "i' rr El *>- IPXr' 33CE2B- <£ ®xr. rsc Tnaaso r«G" tat asrc -si «■ -j- rat MMiaOiOPag aa> itjc to ruoa Tgr-«gr x Jarrjar} 2. > Zryj&at has ear-ec frrrz :nt Sx; Board of Edncaeka :rac "-r.tr- a £ pasabSrk ™e tfaukl trar. rarv; "-re op- •jac u> -af jc the rnaacc Esr-c- -jacifc sr- x ?-trj2r> 15 "xr sr Ei ri." ar^'-oorr :z> an: -"^ar the dfenc co-it sirrr^ziJ tre staff dotiopaeBt !ci«c_jtc oc Febraar? 15 Ai kcc is Dr Doogias racsrwa i "ra. aecs*:c. I mus, sraf*. Kadeaes htiT par-Si •£ be nxfjec If r-=rrj£r« 15 aczix re jstc its £ rasr-uar scri:o qz? arc i S-.2." ir*-ei:c- rxrr C2> canrcc be dropped. an rrrt 2- wsE re aose: ic tre :2jr- 2iL- Tre .as -ts:_2.- scxo sr. "or stuiezni *-Z re n?--c ic> Fncr. Slav 31. arc Moo iaj iat 3 *•£ re the as worlaia? for • barren The saff voted 3 to 1 r favor of dBaegaaf the raitryhr - tfes ay r. t recex pel rrcjr^: r> *re Sapera- •-g-iacT. 5 CLEAN cars ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL P*«® 13 1985 DIVIDEND TO SET RECORD C The 3.4 million veterans who have kept their GI life insurance policies in force will share in an annual dividend distribution that, for the year 1985, will total a record $798.8 million. Administrator of Veterans Affairs Harry N. Walters said the record high dividend was made possible because of lower death rates among policyholders and high interest earnings on the in- surance funds' investment. No application for the annual divi- dend is needed, Walters stressed. Each policyholder will receive the dividend in the month of the anniversary date of the individual policy. Payments will be made in the manner selected previously by the policyholder. Choices range from cash to the purchase of paid-up insurance. Government life insurance has been issued through various periods starting January 1, 1919, through May 2, 1966, to veterans of World Wars I and II and the Korean Conflict. The only VA- administered program now o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

P«0* 14 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1985 Phi Sigma Alpha Chaptar 70976 Maata Members of Phi Sigma Alpha Zeta Omicron Chapter 70976 met in the home of Sybal Woolston for their January meeting. President Thelma Stanton opened the meeting and led members in the opening pledge. Fourteen members at- tended the January meeting. Business conducted included plans for the up- coming luncheon and convention. Rest Home chairman Laurie Schwenk reported that bananas, tangerines and Hershey chocolate kisses were served to 235 residents of the Heritage Rest Home. Sorority member Liz Hall spoke and explained how to plan and use a basic wardrobe and expand it with the use of accessories that will fit into either the business world or the casual way of life. Following the closing pledge members were served refreshments by hostess Sybal Woolston and co-hostess Dorothy King. FIRE CHIEF SPEAKS TO LADIES AUXILIARY Joe Stone, fire chief, was guest speaker to fifteen members of the Ladies Auxiliary for their ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* IS Women, Wills and Estate Planning Presented toHomemakers 0 m * #) PAT 8 E A MAN AN "Invitation" FROM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SACHSE & BILLY HARRIS Man is continually seeking a life of freedom and happiness through financial success, social status, education, friends, occupation, or profession, etc. However, there are many people who have had all of these things and still have not found a meaningful and happy life. Could it be that man has been looking in the wrong places? Man is born with the freedom to choose. The choices he makes today will largely determine his life tomorrow. FBC Sachse would like to share how you can know and experience a life of (reedom and happiness. We invite you to come and share in any of our revival Ser\/ictS: FEBRUARY 24 - MARCH 3 REVIVAL SCHEDULE: Sundays at 11 a.m. & 7 p.m. Mon. - Sat. at 7 p.m. SPECIAL EVANGELIST: W.B. Oakley from Dyer, Tennessee SPECIAL MUSIC NIGHTLY (NURSERY PROVIDED FOR EVERY SERVICE) • '.'V...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

ft dctolrie'vi st •.-:vu-r ■ -*A#t I' J - Page 10 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1086 Garland I.S.D. News Tips Author! . . . Author! . . . GISD Library and Media Consultant, Gretchen Staas, has announced the spring guest author schedule for elementary schools. Author Peter Par- nail will appear at Williams Elementary on February 7; Johanna Hurwitz will be speaking at Cooper Elementary on March 6, and Heather Glen Elemen- tary on March 7, 1985. Vial Elementary will host Bill Wallace on March 19, 1985. Leonard and Ethel Kessler will appear at three GISD schools. They will be at Montclair on March 25, 1985 and will spend half the day at Ethridge and Hickman Elementaries on March 28, 1985. For further information con- tact: Gretchen Staas, GISD Consultant for Library and Media Services at 494-8215. A Poet Must Find the Rainbow . . . Coyle Middle School teacher Patricia Monaco recently received a first place award in the Poetry Society Section of Announcing the addition of Dn William Meshel, M...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1085 < ' £ ' l. ■; 3 ef H 0 A :2 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 17 POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT December 29 to January 21 A total of 130 calls were answered ir initiated during this period. Thirty-four arrests: (2) Public In- toxication; (2) Drug Possession; (9) raffic; (19) Warrant; (2) Driving Intoxicated. re Criminal Mischief Call. One Reckless Driving Call. One Threatening Phone Call. One Obscene Phone Call. Two Harrassing Phone Calls. Eight Prowler Calls. Six Accidents: (2) Major; (4) Minor. Three Suspicious Person Cells. Ten Suspicious Vehicle Calls. Three Burglary in Progress Calls, 'false) One Burglary of a Residence. One Burglary of a Vehicle. Two Theft Calls. One Assault. Six Disturbances: (1) Vehicle; (5) ioise. One Fight in Progress. One Reckless Conduct. One Reckless Damage. One Fire Call. One Child Abuse Call. One Stolen Vehicle. I Two Stolen Vehicles Recovered. Four Back-up: (3) Wylie P.D.; (1) Kiarland P.D. Two Alarm Calls. Four ABandoned V...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

". -•<*** 'V • W •••* ••« u IM-* • '*&*■* UM&C*. -W «-.'. Pag* IS SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1986 iraimiitmiDimiiiiiiiiaiiiiMiiiiiinmiiiiiimaiiiuiiiM YOU SAVE $$$$$ When You Shop Wylie First!!! IP PHARMACY PHARMACISTON DUTY 7:30-6:30 Mon. - Fri. 7:30 •• 5:00 Saturday Carlson NEED HOMES ON ACREAGE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. Odie Hall Realtors BOB EDGIN PHARMACIST WE SERVICE ALL MAKES CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING WE DEAL IN COUNTRY PROPERTY Valentine Greeting Cards BOXED VALENTINES FOR XID8 at aiio«* 276-3828 Agent 495-8172 272-2206 Highway 78 Sachse 6512 HWY. 78 - SACHSr DONT FORGET 9 9 CflNDV 9 9 FOR VALENTINE S DAY 99 SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT Available at age 62 (cash purchase only) Day Night - 442-5525 - 442-3848 VISA 24 HOUR RX SERVICE AVAILABLE COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE 442-5525 117 N. Ballard - Wylie lllMNNMIIOttlUimiMDIUIIIIMr • DESIGNER REDWOOD DECKING • • CUSTOM WOOD FENCING • • WOOD RETAINING WALLS • • REDWOOD PICNIC TABLES • Quality Workmanship Guaranteed \ZJonLj ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

*c9! YriHifla? ■ FEBRUARY 1086 J T Ml T1' ii •' 3 2HDA2: SACHSE SENTINEL « * m r- « <? P«9« IS Governor Urges State Action To Avert Future Water Crisis By Governor Mark White AUSTIN — More than 20C) Texas counties suffered drought condi- tions in the past two years, drama- tizing the urgency of our approv- ing a comprehensive water man- agement plan for Texas in the 69th I egislativc Session. It is increasingly obvious that water is our most precious natur- al resource. Unite in quantity, es- sential to Texas' economic devel- opment and environmental quality Texas* population of 16 million is the third largest in the nation, and an average of 900 people move to Texas every day expect- ing sewer taps and drinking water. Our standard of living in a tech- nological society uses vast quan- tities of water: 4K0.000 gallons to produce enough grain to raise one steer. 1.000 gallons to raise the wheat for one loaf of bread, an- other 1.000 gallons to manufac- ture a single automobile IX'...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

« >«nc. ••'ii^gwUMk V * Pago 20 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1986 Spelling Bees Taking Place Spelling bees are taking place in the elementary and middle schools in the Garland Independent School District between now and February 11 to choose their representatives for the district-wide competition. The final local contest will be Fri- day, February 22 at 9 a.m. in the auditorium of 'Lakeview High School, 3505 Hayman Drive. The contest is divided in two parts; the First part is a written spelling test of 25 words. The student with the high- est score will participate in a spelling bee. Sponsored by the Dallas Morning News, the contest is open to students in grades 5-8. The top speller and the First, second, and third runners-up will receive trophies and will repre- sent the district at the Dallas County Spelling Bee in March. The four alternates will receive red ribbons for recognition of their per- formances. If one of the top spellers is unable to attend the March contest, an alterna...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 21 TODAY AND TIME Today is here. I will start with a smile and resolve to be agreeable. I will not criticize. I rejuse to waste my valuable time. Today in one thing I know I am equal with all others —time. All of us draw the same salary in seconds, minutes, and hours. 'Today I will not waste my lime because the minutes wasted yesterday are as lost as a vanished thought. 7 oday I refuse to spend time worrying about what might happen—it usually doesn't. I am going to spend time making things happen. 7 oday I am determined to study to improve myself, for tomorrow I may be wanted, and I must not be found lacking. Today I am determined to do the things that I should do. I firmly determine to stop doing the things I should not do. Today I begin by doing and not wasting my time. In one week I will be miles beyond the person I am today. Today I will not imagine what I would do if things were different. They are not different. I will make suc- cess with wha...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

Page 22 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 985 How To Encourage Your Child To Read By Erma Bombeck Erma Bombeck is a national- ly syndicated columnist and author of "Motherhood: The Second Oldest Profession" and other perceptive hooks about family life. This article is part of a series prepared at the request of International Paper Company to help peo- ple read better, write better and communicate better. When you stop to think about it, most of us were read to sleep. The faster we nodded off... the better the book. We didn't know how good books could lie until we grew up and started to read our- selves. Well, most of us did. One out of every five Amer- ican adults is still being read to. They are L functionally il- flHHB literate. Ac- W r cording to the *- U.S. Depart- ment of Edu- cation, there Bombeck are 23 million people who can't read a help- wanted ad or this article. Sad to say, many high school and college graduates can't do much better. So, how do you get your kids to read? And keep...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

february 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 23 NOW OPEN IN SACHSE Donut Palace BROOKVIEW CENTER Highway 78 & Brookview SACHSE OPEN: 5:00 A.M. - 12:00 NOON 7 Days A Week FREE 1 Dozen Donut Holes With This Coupon ■ (One Coupon per/Customer) ir.ir.rv.c. ^ a ^ (home) (or Wyiie) (EXPIRES: 3/31/85) 1 I I I I I I I Odie Hall Realtors Returns to Sachse ODIE HALL IS BACK! Odie Hall of Odie Hall Realtors has moved both her residency and real estate office back to Sachse. Mrs. Hall, resident of Sachse for many years moved away seven years ago. Mrs. Hall said, "it's great to be back, although this office at 6512 Highway 78 in Sachse was never really closed, there was always someone here," she said. Nine active agents work from the Sachse office now. "I am looking forward to be- ing a resident of Sachse again," Odie said, "I started in real estate here in Sachse some 20 years ago and I feel this is home." All types of real estate, residen- tial, commercial, large and small tracts of land in the Sachs...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

Pag* 24 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1986 Coffee: Good, bad, but never indifferent Two or three cups of caffeinat- ed coffee can help people with bronchial asthma breathe more easily. According to a paper re- cently presented at the annual scientific assembly of the Ameri- can College of Physicians, the im- provement in breathing was 20 percent above baseline values. Caffeine is chemically very similar to theophylline, a drug commonly used to treat asthma- tics. Both these compounds act by dilating the airways and re- versing the spasm that causes asthmatics to be short of breath. The UCLA investigators conclud- ed that "the bronchodilator ef- fects of caffeine might enhance the effectiveness of regularly pre- scribed bronchodilator drugs." Over the centuries, coffee and tea have been variously praised and condemned as healthful or potentially dangerous beverages. The debate continues even today. Details concerning the origins of the regular ingestion of these bev- erages has been lost ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1995 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 2 8 itfWVyVWWWVWWWVWWSfWVWVWWWVWWWVVWtfB Ronald S. Pilkington, M.D. Physician For Care Of Infants, Children And Adolescents MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. - 9:00 - 6:00 WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY -9:00 -12:00 801 W. HIGHWAY 78 WYLIE, TEXAS OFFICE: 442-3591 442-3592 EMERG.: 442-3110 North Side Sharpening Service Sales & Service Chain Saw Repairs All Kinds w J SHARPEN SAW HLA!)I S HAM) SAWS SI H L & C ARB1DI I LI-XT. TOOL RI PAIR SCISSORS BUILL)LR TOOLS WORK GUARANTEED 272-6101 1110 Lavon Dr. Garland, TX 75040 f LAVON DRIVE OPEN SUNDAYS 494-6505 LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER (Castle & Lavon Dr.) GARLAND % "WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS" WYLIE FLOWER & GIFT SHOP MARTHA KING - BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837 Drawer D Wylie, Texas \ Dr. Dennis A. Vierling OPTOMETRIST • Vision Examination • Lenses • Frame Selection • Contact Lenses (also open MONDAY EVENINGS by appointment) 105 OAK ST. - WYLIE, TEXAS 442-6644 , _ ... 1 J BARBER SHOP 5 Buddy's ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

Page 20 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 985 I | | Textbook Adoption The textbook adoption process is underway in the Garland Independent School District. Twelve subject areas will receive new state textbooks next fall. Parents, patrons, and educators may participate in the local adoption pro- cess by examining the materials that are on the state-approved list and by attending meetings/hearings held by GISD. Samples of the textbooks on the state-approved list will be displayed at two locations January 16 - March 1. In- dividuals may visit the district's In- structional Resource Center, 221 South 9th Street. The center is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday. The public may also examine the materials at Nicholson Library, 625 Austin during the same period. The library is open Monday through Thurs- day from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Fri- day and Saturday from 9:30 to 6 p.m. This is the first time that the district has displayed textbooks at the public library. The exhibit is being set up to give the...

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