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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1985

APRIL 1986 ; ** • r W ■ J SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE We Are Your Independent Bank Serving Only You We are proud of our independent status, for it provides us the free- dom to tailor our financial ser- vices to your needs and the needs of our community. Our policies are not dictated to us and we do not answer to a holding company conglomerate. Our only obliga- tion is to you and our communi- ty. Because we are independent and all decisions are made here, we can provide you with the fast, efficient service that you both need and deserve. We share the same goals and dreams for our community. The deposits in our bank are put back into our community in the form of consumer, commer- cial, and business service loans that will provide jobs in our com- munity, meet the personal and retail service and needs of our community and boost the eco- nomy of our community. We invite you to come grow with us. Together we can share in the success of our community and our perso...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1985

Pig* 4 8ACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1 985 THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS A ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Pat Stone Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Sachse Sentinel will gladly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed articles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL 20th of Each Month j| "Knowledge comes, but wis- dom lingers." Alfred Tennyson NOBODY DOES IT BETTER! GRANDMAS [ptied chicken OPENING MAY 1985 7212 S. HWY. 78 SACHSE — CORNER — SABLE HILL LANE and HWY. 78 YOU Insunma g Iao&nt Call Us For All Types Of Insurance 442-3505 John Yeager First State Motor Bank Building Wylie, Texas 75098 Council Notes M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1985

APRIL 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pafl* Larry Holden For City Council Dear Sachse Citizens: In my previous two letters in the Sachse Sentinel, I told you about my qualifications, position on issues and goals for the city. Til touch briefly on some of those again in this final letter before the April 6 election. But, first, I want to report some comments I've heard from you and your fellow citizens as I've gone door-to-door during my campaign: "Sachse is a special place" . . . "My only gripe is our poor access onto Highway 78; we need signal lights at highway intersections to slow the heavy traffic flow" . . . "Why aren't underground utilities re- quired in Sachse?" ... "I like the out-in-the-country atmosphere" ... "I hope we can make our commercial area along Highway 78 more modern and eye pleasing" . . . "Thank God the city wasn't a doormat when it came to Garland's landfill" ... "I lost my car in a chuck-hole" . . . "Will our water rates get any higher?" . . . "You really can hear a gna...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1985

M«« § SACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1986 MlitiH • I Will FOOD IDEAS Rice Pudding Pudding made from Amer- ican-grown rice can be twice as nice with the addition of dates and nuts—all good sources of protein. DATE NUT RICE PUDDING 3 cups cooked rice 3 cups milk 1/4 cup plus 2 table- spoons brown sugar, firmly packed 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup chopped pitted dates 1 cup chopped wal- nuts, divided 1 teaspoon vanilla ex- tract 1/2 teaspoon ground cin- namon Combine rice, milk, 1/4 cup sugar, butter, and salt in a 2 to 3-quart sauce- pan. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasional- ly, 20 to 25 minutes, or until thick and creamy. Add dates, 1/2 cup wal- nuts, and vanilla. Turn in- to a 2-quart dish. Com- bine cinnamon with re- maining sugar and wal- nuts. Sprinkle over pud- ding. Chill. Makes 8 servings. m REALTY < 0 0 • PROFESSIONALISM IN THE MARKETING OF YOUR HOME • ACREAGE - RESIDENTIAL • MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE • MEMBER GREATER DALLAS BOARD OF REALTORS YOUR ...

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

**•:*< 4 Mi y APRIL 1085 J*P,Y I3A UC SACHSE SENTINEL • *0*1 Pafa 7 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 MtONMNNMItl amiHiiMiiatiiuiHmiauHHMHiiaiiimdHiinitiiKtiHiiattMiiiiiiia YOU SAVE $$$$$ When You Shop Wylie First!!! , (\|\] ^ PHARMACY PHARMACISTON DUTY 7:30- 6:30 Mon.-Fri. 7:30 - 5:00 Saturday BOB EDGIN PHARMACIST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT ON TUESDAYS With Our Pharmacist To Have Your GLUCOSE Tested • WYLIE PHARMACY IS NOW AMES CERTIFIED TESTING CENTER SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT Available at age 62 (cash purchase only) ^nrcoupoNfnmig 2 liter COKE | $1.09 si •«( w/coupon Day - 442-5525 Night - 442-3848 1 COUPON COOD AT WYUE PHARMACY ONLY 24 HOUR RX SERVICE AVAILABLE COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE 442-5525 117 N. Ballard - Wylia 7J OUR NEW MOTOR BANK IS NOW READY TO SERVE YOU *1# 'YKJ 1 ^T1^. With the ...

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

P«9« • 8ACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1985 Library Lines SACHSE PUBLIC LIBRARY 3033 6th Street (214) 530-8966 LIBRARY HOURS MON. • 12:30 - 5:30 TUES. - 8:30 - 11:00 & 2:00 - 7:30 WEDS. - 12:30 - 5:30 THURS. - 1:30 - 11:00 A 2:00 - 5:30 FRI. -10:00 - 4:00 SAT. 10:00 - 4:00 SPRING IS HERE! The beauty of God's world fills our senses. Delicate spring greens form a backdrop for multi-hued redbuds and azaleas: tulips, daffodils and pansies. A symphony of praise rises from warbling birds, rushing swollen streams and resound- ing thunder. The earthy fragrance of freshly plowed fields mixes with the perfumes of jasmine roses and lilacs. SPRING IS A TIME OF GROWTH! .All of nature is bursting with growth. Our community is follow- ing nature's pattern with new houses, new businesses and wonderful new faces. Naturally, the library is also ex- periencing tremendous growth. Month- ly circulation has doubled in the last six months. After school, a steady stream of students pack the library to work on re...

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

APRIL 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« • DEER HARVEST HITS 10-YEAR HIGH The white-tailed deer harvest during the 1984 hunting season was the highest in more than a decade, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Preliminary estimates indicate hunters took 363,000 whitetails, for an approximate 14 percent increase over 1983 when 318,000 were harvested. Several factors may have influenced the harvest, including a total estimated deer population of 3.8 million which also is a 10-year high, officials said. The deer population has increased dramatically from an estimated 2.8 million in 1980 to 3.3 million in 1983 and 3.8 million in 1984. Glenn Boydston, technical program? coordinator, said the harvest estimates were compiled through a mail survey of 24,000 licensed hunters. The deer population census was achieved by field observation using several tech- niques, including aerial surveys. Boydston said ail the data are not in yet on total numbers of hunters and hunter/days, but prel...

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

Paga 10 8ACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1985 Board Grants Local Cradlt For Agrlcultura Trustees voted to allow students enroll- ed in Production Agriculture to receive 1 unit of state graduation credit and 1/2 unit of local credit. The extra 1/2 unit is based on the requirement that the students have outside projects. The local credit will not count in the 21 or 22 required for graduation but will give tangible local recognition for the stu- dent's time and effort. There are discussions at the Texas Education Agency to increase the state credit from 1 to I Vs units; however, at this time, the change has not been ap- proved. Flah Claaning Rula Explainad By TP&W "Half a truth is a whole lie." Yiddish Proverb One of the proposed changes in fish- ing regulations for 1985-86 regarding cleaning or filleting of fish in fresh water may be causing some concern among Texas anglers. Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment officials are proposing to extend the "final destination" rule now in ef- fect f...

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

■ if' i APRIL 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL Pas* 1 1 PROSPECTS LOOKING GOOD FOR SPRING TURKEY SEASON A%V.VA,.V.,.VM,AVAV^<^.X'XWXW<<WX<,^!Wffi??!^Si wWMW $ Prospects are good for the upcoming spring turkey gobbler hunting season in Texas, despite a lower than normal hatch during 1984. George Litton, regional wildlife director for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department at Waco, said good numbers of mature birds hatched ^ prior to 1984 should make the season a ► fairly successful one for spring hunters. The spring season is being offered in all or portions of 158 counties, with most hunting activity traditionally oc- curring in the Edwards Plateau and West Texas. The limit in all counties is one gob- bler per hunter per season. Litton pointed out that a two-gobbler spring limit has been proposed for the 1986 spring season, but this year the limit will remain at one gobbler. The spring turkey season is April 13-28 in most of the state, with the ex- ception of portions of five East ...

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

Pag* 12 SACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1985 Fun Fair May 11 To Benefit Library Ladies and gentlemen! Children of all ages! Mark your calendars now and join families from across Sachse for a fun-filled day of competition and fun. Remember what fun everyone had last year in the first annual Bike-A- Thon? Well, this year three more ex- citing events are planned in addition to the ever popular Bike-A-Thon, the Jog-A-Thon for runners, the Walk-A- Thon for walkers and the Trike-A- Thon for little ones on big wheels and tricycles. These combined events will be the 2nd Annual Fun Fair. Races will start at 9:00 A.M. on Saturday, May 11, and continue until noon. An awards picnic lunch will top off the day with high community spirit, fun and prizes. Last year, over $! ,200 was raised from the Bike-A-Thon. By combining $500 from this with matching funds from Dallas County, $1,000 worth of books were purchased for the Sachse Public Library. This year the Fun Fair hopes to raise twice this amount and all ...

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

APRIL 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL P«8* 19 rs ck S. ir- ely nd ex- the for Ijigs * VA Questions & Answers EDITOR'S NOTE: Following are representative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q -- I receive dividends on my Na- tional Service Life Insurance. Where can I get a dividend statement for tax purposes? A - You should write to the VA Center that has your insurance file, either Philadelphia or St. Paul. Be sure to include your name, address and in- surance file number. Q -- I understand the amount of the grant for specially adapted housing has been increased. What is the current amount? A -- As of Jan. 1, 1985, a one-time grant of not more than 50 percent of the cost of a home and the necessary land has been increased to a maximum of $35,500. 0 - 1 am a former prisoner of war, but have not been rated as service- connected disabled by the VA. Am I entitled to VA medical care? A - Yes a former POW who is not service-connected disable...

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

?«<*<* 14 3ACMS6 sejftnweL APRIL 1434 PARKS ANO HSCftEATIOM 30A*0 ANNOUNCE TWO H A * C * 30ALS "ip > chse >ar5{v and fcecreatinn rkvard, according u tie #rmp's ■hsirnan c currently foe inn q \n \vn namr oals: aoo>icatinns or wird nemhersfcipt asui he loqnariitm v' indent 'atiiities. ""he wtd l«*n*rtfirvn Viant vnnht ike o announce hat n > jr;i 3--.rr.ai emis \f he sjv-roenitvjr whM v«il jxpjre. ' inter, "hair- nan TVvti Vljcrvn ** vnnlrf ike cv ;alk ii vtir«ns Win't ae nterreten n itlinn he=e vwvyear ituc \r v'icV 1 v vilirm a assart tie Mr* b\arrt n tfher vav, >vl Vuard anointments am af a nhintar' aature. V'isnn *s- pains Mit vcwmmendatmns nwtf v. a ken aefrim he '>• '-Vinci i\r *r>e*.v atld jeJertinn 'The Vumt *r d 'Jty Omncil an* rj-.ir.ini or at'-iv/ . (•arfrais v'ir. v ti attend ute nnnthty neerinq ie2d he second " lesrfav M' ach nrvnth at ""sf\ j .iv ' ys v''Uon. """lev Sir.itlit ilsr, v. viling i\ ieio vth iar"r-n 3ai«d >n\jeers ' V; irJ \nlv an...

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

APRIL 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 1 S D) ANNOUNCEMENTS —(hr +e GARLAND YMCA DAY CAMP AND DISCOVERY CAMP Garland YMCA Day Camp and Discovery Camp will begin activi- ties on June 3 and continue Jhrough August 30. Most sessions two weeks. Day Camp activi- ties will include archery, cookouts, swimming, sports, hiking and more. Discovery Camp,which is for boys and girls ages 3 -5, has ac- tivities for nature study, games, storytelling, crafts, puppet shows and much more. All activities are counseled and swim lesson have qualified YMCA staff. If your child would enjoy new sights and sounds, and meeting new friends this summer, call the Garland YMCA for infor- mation on session dates, fees, and transportation. BRIDGE PLAYERS WANTED Persons in the Sachse area who are interested in playing bridge can call the Sentinel at 530-1100 for in- formation. NOTICE TO AUXILIARY MEMBERS Members of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary are reminded of their April meeting. This meeting will be for all members and th...

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

. V Pag* It SACH8E SENTINEL APRIL 1986 Fire Dept. Report February Fire Report Total Calls: 12 Breakdown: Grass: 1 Trailer House 1 House 1 Vehicle Fire 2 Auto Accident 1 Medical Emergency 2 Smoke Scare 1 Public Service 1 Hazardous Condition 1 False Alarm 1 Avg. Time Each Call 35 min. Avg. Men Each Call 7 Avg. Response Time ... 7Vi min. Total Acres Burned 4 City 4 Total 0 Loss: $1500.00 Fifth High School SG Science Wing Named Trustees voted to name the district's next high school Namaan Forest. Upon the request of the South Garland staff, the Board named the school's new science wing the "Mary Burns Science Wing." The Board combined the two names most suggested by members and the staff for the new facility. Namaan comes from the community and the Namaan School which was previously in the area. Forest reflects the unusual virgin forest located on the back side of the school site. • Mrs. Burns taught SG's first gradu- ating class and retired in May 1984. Because of her numerous contribu...

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

APRIL 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 17 VFW Post 5076 Plant Peace Rose 1M1 8SP i % -M The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 in commemoration of Arbor Day are shown with Michael Dufresne, Administrator, and Nancy Crof- ford, Activity Director of Silver Leaves Nursing Home planting a Peace Rose. They also planted a Pecan Tree there for the Sesquicentennial Celebration. These projects are part of the Veterans and Indies Auxiliary work in the community for their local and national projects. Our expert stylists know all the latest methods in cutting mens and women's hair. Appointments are not necessary... just walk right in! 495-3828 5620 HWY. 78 SACHSE HAIRPLACE Betty Record & Jacoba Munoz OPEN: 9:00 A.M. TUES. - SAT. Stevenson's Lawnmower Service Authorized Sales & Service SNAPPER BRIGGS & STRATTON TECUMSEH SACHS -DELMAR GREEN MACHINE It's a snap with Tune Up Now LAWNMOWERS EDGERS TILLERS A division of Fuqua Industries 495-4264 SNAPPER 6404 Highway 78 - Sachse

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

P Q« IS 8ACHSE SENTINEL A PR II. 1986 BIG TURNOUT FOR BANK CELEBRATION First National Bank of Sachse had an old fashioned celebration in recognition of their first anniver- sary. Three winners received trophies in the Chili Cook Off. They were: Samantha Williams, first place winner; Tommy West- brook, second place; and Don Gray, third place. Winners in the Cowchip Throw- ing contest in the adult category were Scot Codfelder, Rick Hender- son and Jay Hangarten. Teenage winner was James Pearson and age 10 and under winners were: Matt Schubdza, Donnie Gray, Matthew Shanklin and Ben Hangarten. Clowns were also on hand to paint the faces of anyone who wanted to. Some scenes from the celebra- tion are pictured here. THE BAND I CHILI COOKOFF WINNERS The starting of each day is always the hardest task we have to perform. Yet, if someone with a pleasant- smile says, "Good morning," then our day becomes a pleasant success from the start. —Sir Oracle. THE COWCHIP THROWING CONTEST FACE PAINTING...

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

APRIL 1085 t.: ~t v i r v -> •! -•> M " n SACHSE SENTINEL &■ * o P«9« 10 State Rapid Response Team To Help Displaced Workers Report Pr«s«nt«d On Choice Of Fr««dom AUSTIN-When the waters of the Ciulf beat upon our coastal cities dur- ing a hurricane, the state is quick to r^^hnd with assistance. as the waves stirred by our trou- bled oil and gas industry are eroding the industrial base the Texas economy has relied on for so long, the state has in- itiated another kind of disaster relief program. I ayoffs, plant closures, and jobs lost - these are the economic hurricanes decimating the lives of countless Texas workers. To minimize the personal devastation and the social and economic costs of major layoffs or plant closings, my Economic Development Division has taken the lead in coordinating a Rapid Response Team. Comprised of Texas economic de- velopment, education, and employment training professionals, the Rapid Re- sponse Team will pool the resources, staff, and expertise...

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

MJMNtMMMMMMMNMI Page 2 0 SACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1986 CflUCtftKS }ne Gymnastics f wirlin Ar* y ■ « /Jii3 P Jazz Ballet Drill Team & Cheerleading SPECIAL MORNING CLASSES Tap • Ballet Baton * Gymnastics OWNERS Sherry Matlock & Jeannie Strain 1517 Buckingham Plaza (Buckingham at /Worth Star) 1 495-1719 • 495-5338 • 279-6666 |j I ;★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★**** D. be altos • MIS We Need Listings 495-8172 272-2206 Odie Hall Realtors 6512 HWY. 78-SACHSE North Side Sharpening Service Sales & Service Lawn Mower Repairs & Complete Tune-Ups W I SHARPEN SAW BLADES HAND SAWS SI ILL. & (A R MID I ELECT TOOL REPAIR SCISSORS BUILDER TOOLS WORK GUARANTEED 272-6101 1110 Lavon Dr. Garland, TX 75040 Herbs And Spices Replace Salt In This Italian-Tasting Sauce Excessive salt consumption is a national health issue that is not going away. For those consumers cutting back on salt or adhering to sodium re- stricted diets, Prego" No Salt Added Spaghetti Sauce offers homemade taste wi...

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

APRIL 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL P«8« 2 1 VA Inspector General Investigating Kickbacks Based on results of preliminary in- vestigations, the Veterans Administra- tion has initiated a project to investi- gate apparent kickbacks in the manu- factured (mobile) home industry thoughout the U.S. The justice Department has an- nounced that one company will pay a $50,000 fine and $450,000 to the VA in a negotiated plea agreement in settle- ment of Government civil claims. In first stage of "Opeation Protect ^rcterans" (Pro-Vet), the VA's inspec- tor General has identified 30 home manufacturers for investigation. Records of an additional 75 are being examined. The VA has guaranteed over 90,000 loans to veterans buying manufactured homes in the 13-year history of the pro- gram. Since 1981, the VA has paid more than 3,000 claims on defaulted loans. Preliminary estimates by the In- spector General show kickbacks may exceed $3.5 million. When the VA pays a claim under the program, a debt is establishe...

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

SACH8C SENTINEL EMORY'S PLUMBING & HEATING Plumbing & Heating Repair and Installation FIXTURES • FANS • WATER HEATERS SEWER SERVICE Call - Before 9:00 A.M. or After 6:00 P.M. 442-7116 Wylie, TX MARY JANE'S SERVICES Income Tax Counseling and Preparation Tax Planning NOTARY Property Management Public Stenographer (typing) Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Carlson HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING VISA 276-3828 Highway 78 Sachse NEED HOMES ON ACREAGE Odie Hall Realtors WE DEAL IN COUNTRY PROPERTY Feel great with Herbalife lose 10 - 25 ibs. per month Satisfaction guaranteed 530-9293 Wylie, Texas A A * A t J. W. Bellows | I Wrecking | t MAllOt* MLS GOTHIC TOP CEDAR FENCES INSTALLATION ft REPAIR CMAINIIMK BUCKINGHAM FENCE CO. 201 EAST BUCKINGHAM GARLAND. TEXAS 75040 FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL (214) 530-0505 J.W. HILTON A.J. MASHEWSKE Early & Late Model * * Car, Truck & Van Parts J I t * BUY - SELL - TRADE J | OR J...

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