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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

' 4 T1IK KINDERGARTEN CLASS of Dartlctt Elementary School will present a play entitled "Traveling Through TheMonths With Kindergarten" Tuesday night MarchG beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Dartlctt Elementary School auditorium. The play will be the kindergarten's con tribution to Texas Public Schools Week which will be observed next week in the Dartlctt school system. Students participating in the play will be from left to right Darcfoot Dcau Kevin Cavanaugh; Football Player Kevin Crews; Cheerleader Deatrice Concha; Hazel Witch Debra Thomas; Rudolph Derek Williams; and Monica Rodriguez and Andrew Nira Valentine Sweethearts. Pictured above right are Easter Dunnics Amy Giclbunt and Dawn Schwcrtncr; Dride and Groom Missy Caigill and Jeffrey Hill; and Miss May Lisa Florcz. There will be more kindergarten students participating In the play but they were absent from school the day these pictures were made. Kindergarten teacher Kathy Young and aide Mrs. Archie Scott said an open house will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

The 'Tribune-Progress Page2 Thursday March 11979 Meetings-Menus-Personals & Birthdays Living Davilla By MRS. ROY Mr and Mrs. Paul Brown of Conroc visited Mrs. Marie Duncum and Mr ad Mrs. George Brown. Mrs Dcbby Polca and Lcanna of Temple and Mrs Cclla Bcpros and James Hay of Waco visited Mrs. Marie Duncum Sunday. Mrs. Dora Lee Gilleland Hilcy Jr and Mrs. Frieda Eastcrwood visited Mr.and Mrs Claud Gilleland in Temple. .uio irau uuu iiwjt Richtcr of Rogers were Davilla visitors Sunday. T tilt ffMcn rt wl fP Nell Parks is visiting her daughter and family in Houston this week. Ricky MICHELLE WILLIAMS of Bartlctt will be celebrating her second birthday Sunday March A She Is Ok daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mike Williams of Bartlctt. Her grandparents are Mrs. Helen Williams of Bartlctt and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bohac of Granger Michelle's great - grand- mother is Mrs. Ed Williams of Taylor i IL H Notice To School Taxpayers Under the Tax Relief Amendment HJR1 owners of homesteads are allowed an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

' The Tribune-Progress March 11979 Page 3 Golf And Track Season Begins Sports BBC! .Wpy'.l " 'QkL iw6 . Holland School News WINNINti POINTS Stacy Ashcraft (54) provided the game-winning basket In Holland's 7-5 victory over Academy during the first round of the Little Dribblers tournament last week. TALK IT OVKIt Coaches Rusty Hncklcr and Jerry Sauccrman confer with their team of fifth and sixth graders during a break In the action at Academy. HynAKHAUAlIILL Basketball The Holland Elementary basketball girls and boys entered Academy's Pee Wee Tournament last week. On Thursday the girls lost to Academy II seven to three while the boys lost to Academy I 44 to 20. In Friday's games the Holland girls lost to Rogers 28 to 0. The boys lost to Buckholts 41 to 31. On Saturday the last day of the tournament the Holland girls won over Academy II G to 0 with Elizabeth Smith scoring all six points. This win gave the girls the third place trophy. In a very close game that had to be played with ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

Pago 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 1 1979 TRIBUNE-PROGRESS USPS OUtM Bartlett Tribune foundtd In ISM Holland Proflr founded In 1192 JfclT Marvin All opinion end viewpoint! In the Tribune ProgreH do not necearllir repreienl the edltorlel opinion! ol tnlt newjpaper s Published weekly In Bartlett Tea 76511 by Taylor Nevwpaperj Ire Taylor Text Second clatt pottage paid at Bsrllett Teat 76)11 STAPPMCMDERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrj Vicky Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortel Art Riley Dalley Subscription Ralet U 50 per year In Bell. Milam and Wllllamion Counllet; 5per yeareliewhere Any erroneou redaction upon the character or reputation ol any perion firm or corporation which may appear In thecolumntof the Tribune Progre will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Pojlmatter II undellverable. lend Form 3579 to Tribune Progrnt Barllett TmmMII Support Your Schools The need for the public sclwol never changes but times and conditions may change or require to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

'- --P' Tr M-wrf Nineteen Bulldogs Out For Track Bartlett Bulldog Track Coach Ja nfcs Crews has 19 athletes reporting for the V3B track season. Bulldogs out for track this year by clases are: Seniors Bryon Thaler Barry Richcy and Joe Lcos Juniors -Ronald Glover John Richcy Ray Perez Gary Fischer and Jeff White. Sophomores Donald Anderson Dennis Thomas Craig Williams Eddie Crasc Ronnie Dlllard Dale Dawson and Robert Mathis. Freshmen Danny Thomas Charles Smith Manuel Cortcz and Reginald' Cobb. Barry and John Richcy and Joe Lcos are two - year lct- termen while Bryon Thaler Ray Perez and Dale Dawson have one track letter. Coach Crews said workoite have begun and the Bulldogs first meet will be in Robinscn ncxtSaturday March 10 Strangers Win Two Sunday The Bartlett Strangers softball team won both ends of a doublchcader from Temple's La Famllla 17-14 and 11-10 Sunday afternoon in Bartlett in the opening games of the season for (he strangers. Ramiro Cortcz was the winning pitcher In both...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 1 1979 r? r Ron Butler Speaks To Young Farmers RESIDENTS OF TIIK K WAY KAKK NURSING HOME in Holland who recently participated in the Hock Jamboree to raise money for the Tern-Bel Chapter of the American Heart Association were presented with certificates of appreciation in a ceremony held at the nursing home last Wednesday February 21 Residents receiving certificates were: front row left to right Clara Krause Gwendolyn Hightower Mae Rcvcile Lee Crow Dottic Keesham Back row left to right Pati Jarollk K'Way Kare activities director Oscar Mcsser Emma Spinn Minnie Melcher Lena Bartz Seymour Rose and Martha Wagley "Our organization believes in 90 percent parity and have for three decades now" Texas Farmers Union Slate Secretary Ron Butler said Monday night in a talk before the Bartlctt - Holland Yourg Farmers. The meeting was held at the Bartlctt Town Hall beginning at 7:30p.m. Butler outlined some of (he legislative efforts and basic philosophy of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

r. L IHIIMIIII I Ml ll..ll. II LIIIIWI I FFA HOYS THAT WON-Back row ore Mark Karl Mike Steven Sladccek Gory Doskocil Charlie Bennight Jrfin Pfcister Kevin Benncr Hoy Byrd Eddie Kohring Dan Rabcl Busty Scverson Front: Jay Titlow Bobbie Wiley Taylor Adam Bcyna and David Dantzlcr. Middle: Paul Bales and David Walker. rW?.Xi&W Wk&SiL&m!&MG&S& 0vTr 'WSj fMflw tv itA'f' vAH-vlPrS tvwa rji.n. vruAH. vira&. . " F y f&mlajj JftEffsHHii I.INDA WKNM.EH with the Grand Champion bull. r .? ' . .If' 7.'S.1 M& - I "ft TEMPIK KAI.I.US in her coordinated ensemble that the champion division won in over-all sewing. t(2i ii I nrLji DANNY MII.ES left Vice-President of the First National Bank of Holland received an appreciation plaque from the Bell County Youth Fair Association for his service to the organization while he was president of the association during 197B. Miles received the plaque Saturday during the Bell County Livestock Show in Temple. m PICTURED ARE: Amy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

" vvSvr' '" - liu i V -.V V ' I'U Pago 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 1 1979 ' ; " . . rriH- 1 nfiWfc 5-B21L . i 'laiivvff. zxarB. HARTI.ETT FIIA STUDENTS. Felipe Guardiola Sharon Jankc Jill Stcgllch Judy Shiplctt Sharon Pajcstka Lisa Kauitzsch Theresa Pajestka Cindy Langc Brcnda Buntc Monica Wolbrueck Brcnda Karl Carolyn Marck and Sandra Smith all placed at the Bell County Fair and Livestock Show Saturday in Temple. . Local Weather Uncertain The local weather has displayed some uncertainty lately as we have had a taste of both winter and spring. A cold front blew in last Feb. 15 bringing sleet and cold northerly winds and hazardous driving condition- s. The temperature did not get above freezing cither Friday or Saturday. But the cold weather finally gave way to more spring-like conditions last Week with thunderstorms and a small amount of hall reported in the area Friday Feb. 23. Many local residents observed an eerie show in the sky about mid-morning that day as turbulent wind...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

m I a i L CLASSIFIED SECTION i";m"""j Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash in advance. The Tribune Progress will not be Jinrrfuil IniArllnn Hi WtU HH Wi BH MEM MMI MMI MH FOR SALE: 500 bales good f fertilized hay grazer $1.85 per bale. Call 657-2548 Holland after 5 p.m. 3-1-79-chg. HELP WANTED - Dairy Queen Bartlett call 527- 4390. HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER Hwy 95 And Clark St. PHONE 527-4360 Has nil your Home Decorating Needs for sate Hours: 8:30-4:30 -Mon.-Fri. Open Sat. 9.00 12.00 WOLF HARDWARE FOR YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS PHONE 527-4237 ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM BONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE Kiy Gorman 527-3636 JOHNSON TIRE Call us (or all sizos of farm tractor & imlpo- mont tiros & tubos. 352-3321 FM13313M.E.Hwy.95 .. .For .your Life. . . " Insurance SEE Clifton Martinets Local Roprosontativo SPJST Lito Insuranco Call 657-2220 WINTERIZE NOW CHECK HOSES TUNE-UPS Install ANTI-FREEZE Oscar's M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 1 March 1979

I Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 1 1979 Martinka Brothers Review 'National Tractoreade 1979' IJyllONNIEPEKSKY "You back a dog against the wall and keep kicking him he's going to fight back" was the comment of Dave Mnrtlnka In reference to the plight of today's American farmer. An interview with Dave brothers Alan and Dennis and Gregory Gcrlg all local farmers who Joined the "National Tractoreade 1979" demonstration in Washington D.C. revealed pessimism about the future f o the family farmer in this country. The Martinkas are originally from Granger and now live east of Bartlett while Gcrlg a Bartlett native resides west of Holland. The "National Tractoreade 1979" was an effort organized by the American Agriculture Movement to call attention to the problems of the farmer by sending a caravan of tractors and farmers to the nation's capltol. The main effort was con- centrated during the week of February 4 although many farmers still remain In Washington The demonstration produ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

A i t r i jBoi-tlett TX 765U TRIBUNE - PROGRESS . $o . x F Serving Bartlett & Holland Bnrtlett Texas 76511 Thursday March 8 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 21 24 Pngcs-In 2 Sections 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN CENTS r w Bartlett Man Killed In Wreck A 19-ycar-oId Bartlett man Jose Luis Solorlo was killed and four other persons In- jured late Thursday In n two- car collision which Bartlett police said ended a police chase. Solorlo was dead at the scene of the accident on State Highway OS. Three passengers In the car driven by Solorlo all from Bartlett were Thomas Mcndcz 21 Francisco Garcia 18 and Manuel Ayalla 19. They were taken to Scott & White Hospital in Temple by Bartlett City Ambulance. The driver of the second vehicle Dennis Marck 20 also of Bartlett was taken to Scott & White Hospital in Temple where he was treated and released. PTA Meets In Holland Holland PTA members met Monday night for their regular slated meeting with Doris Lnngc presiding at the meeting. Minutes were read by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

fflic (Wheelers To Be Honored On BHS Involved In Career Planning On Wednesday March 7 the juniors at Dartlctt High School had the opportunity to participate in a career guidance and educational planning program the A.C.T. Career Planning Program. This program Is designed to help young adults make better decisions about their educational and career plans Jean Marshall the Educational Service Center Co-op Counselor Region 12 points out that national studies reflect that 11th grade students rank order "help with career planning" as their most important need. It is in response to this need that Dartlctt High School has given its juniors and seniors the opportunity to participate in the Career Planning DAT Results Given BHS Students The Differential Aptitude Test (D.A.T.) was given to the 9th and 10th graders earlier this year. On Wednesday March 7th the results from this test battery will be in- terpreted to the students. The students will be involved in Individual counseling sessions w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

24 Hornets Report For Holland Track Twenly-four boys have reported for track at Holland Junior High School this year. Coath Mike Roasa lists the following out for 1979 track and field participation: Greg Volney Larry Bcnnight x Mike Walker Ricky Barabas James Master Felix Salvato Gary Warren eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaew9 eeer jK .E .CV H MILE RELAY TEAM The Holland High School girls mile relay team won the first place trophy at the Centex Relays in Rosebud - Lott last week. Left to right are Temple Kallus Sandy Kohrlng Lou Mcwhinncy and Saly Johnson. The same four also took third in the 440 yard relay. CHUCK CHANDLER'S best inns PRO BASKETBALL (NBA) FBI. MAR. 16 Favorite Ptt. BOSTON 22 N.J. Nets 3 PHILADELPHIA Wi WASHINGTON 6 Kansas City 8'j LOS ANGELES 5 SAN ANTONIO AVi HOUSTON 6 PRO BASKETBALL (NBA) SAT. MAR. 17 N.J. Nets Philadelphia DENVER Washington DETROIT Phoenix Seattle Golden State l'j 8 2 G 314 4 VA 3 PRO HOCKEY (NHL) SAT. MAR. 17 Favorite Goals N.Y. ISLANDERS M1: Montreal 2-2: PHILA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 8 1979 TRIBUNE-PROGRESS News Roundup SALT Treaty Facing Liberal Opposition China Agrees To Pay Property Debt USPS04U00 turtle tt Tribune rounded In Utt. Holland Progreli founded In II? All opinion! and viewpoint) In the Tribune' Progress do not necessarily represent the editorial oplnlonsol this newspaper Published weekly In Darllett. Tens 74J1I by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Bartlett Teas Tail I STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Darllett Mrs Vicky Sartor Jimmy Howell RamlroCortei Mrs Riley Bailey Subscription Rates' t4 SO per year In Dell Milam and Williamson Counties tS per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the editor Postmaster If undellverable send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress Darllett Tes?MI1 Letter To The Editor The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

I fl RjrIHH V JDogsTo Enter. Robinson Track Meet Saturday s alJBF StV PRAHRj ' ' "m r b '' " i . .... . . 'l"t'i." -..-. . .. ...i.1 ! nljDfi Jf1 JJ f Hl TOlrd Thursday March 81979 Page 5 E B ' Turn Ceitii7Jtj M MBA JBL. HBKj -GlMi 1 ' fe '- -sSbBIBl '"- KMjJr m 1979BartlettBulldog HsVti ME 7m 7m HH i$r x r HI I IB 8 IBKM? H Tracl And Field BKS?BBShB mM :? "foK T T 'rlBJ1! Schedule fluff A k A i Hl nfl w ' .j JnnnBii vi u lift n m MfBPM Kill Miw BWiHWFWBBSraHH llmig Wwam PBmj TB4c" ri r&.mks. m. WB WBm tmm HL ab HI Ifl II w'' liiSkwJi rK l:iiii wriMaiM iaiihait -J vj.3i&31 M O March 10 Bruceville-Eddy Relays at Robinson Marchl7 Marlin Relays iviarcn za-24 lempie Relays March 30 McGregor Relays April 6 Cotton Boll Relays at Taylor April 17 District 28-A Meet at Belton April 28 Regional Meet at Victoria May 13 State Meet at Austin 880 MAN JOK I.EOS and milcr Darry Hlchey view the sign at the entrance to the Bulldog dressing room. Bulldog track coach James Crews says the "Bulld...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 8 1979 i Texas Dairying Surges Ahead COLLEGE STATION -Dairying Is big business in Texas with the volume of milk marketed in the state In 1978 totaling $389 million up from $360 million in 1977. "Continued emphasis on dairy herd management Is one reason for the growth in the dairy business" points out Dr. Michael Tomaszcwski dairy specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. "And this Is where the Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA) comes in. "There has been a rapid increase In the number of herds and cows on the DM testing program In the past five years" notes Tomaszewskl. "This growth should continue as dairymen face escalating costs and must become more and more concerned with improving the management and ef- ficiency of their operations." To help dairymen in this effort the Texas DHIA and the Extension Service have developed "Involvement '79" a program designed to emphasize key areas of management. To show the growth of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

Ml v Tribune-Progress Thursday March 8 1979 Page 7 t r o i HHIbSl Ail feT"" 'iiiiifriTW HHA iWHIm MiimmRR From Congressman Marvin Leath DOROTHY MARWITZ Ruby Klotz and Tina Lopez special education aides at the Holland schools attended the seminar. Supt. Wcidon Bowman In the background participated in the question answer session conducted by the guest speaker Don Ilcnslec. THE NATIONAL DEBT APPROACHING $900 BILLION On the last day of February the House took under con- sideration tho lirst hotly debated issuo of tho 96th Con- gress H R 1894 which was a bill to incroaso tho national debt limit by somo $38 billion to a total of $836 billion. Tho Nr'JIk ) 1 1 1 1 1 HETOda S!ttlNi 1i. - JIM 1 tl til I : u '.. MB 7- jZSfr..- ' lA r INTERMEDIATE PRINCIPAL. Bill Pierce and school board member Don Thaler were among the Bartlett people attending the seminar held in compliance with Public Law9M42. Home Economic Shorts Try to complete credit payments as early as possible recommends Claudia Kcrbcl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 8 1979 Holland School News V More Pictures From The Bell County Hy I1AHHAHA HILL SECOND QUARTER ENDS This week ends the second quarter of school. With that in mind teachers and students will be busier than ever with all the spring ac- tivities that will be coming up. One spring activity is track. The high school girls participated in their first track meet last week and won first place. So congratulations are In order to both Coach McCray and his entire girls' track team! FAIR AND LIVESTOCK NEWS CONTINUED Thc Holland students have really excelled in certain HOLLAND FOOD MART AND WASHERTERIA Fresh Meats and Produce Magazine Rack SLUSH PUPPIES HOT SANDWICHES Beer Picnic and Fishing Supplies STORE HOURS Open Seven Days Per Week STORE WASHERTERIA Monday-Saturday 6:30a.m.-10:00p.m. 6:30a.m.-9:30p.m. Sunday 8:00a.m.-10:00p.m. 8:00a.m.-9:30p.m. LONGER STORE HOURS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE HOLLAND TEXAS isvwrnw irnrn vat rr ihmkr TriA ton 3 if m " " -r sorg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

t Tribune-Progress Thursday March 8 1979 Page 9 ft MOMENTUM FOH MISSION Texas attend a session of the 1 . Bartlctt. FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP were part of the meeting at St. John Lutheran Sunday. A catered meal was served to the 135 delegates In attendance. aHc LaBi r sslm. voB i S iiJm? b "! 1 cBHk r ft Jw Mvf-H w A VwUBHB IsI'iH NATIONAL MKECTOIl of the American Lutheran Church's "Momentum for Mission" program Roal Kimdcm of Minneapolis Minnesota addresses delegates during the workshop last Sunday at St. John Lutheran. Representatives of Lutheran congregations throughout Central Texas were in attendance. ooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o GlariwurTalk ty 7$f After you have rinsed your hair using a wide-tooth comb start at the ends and work your way up to the hair shafts to un- tangle it all Never brush wet hair as it causes brittle ends. ooooooooooooooooooooo For Good Gulf Service For Your Car See V & S GULF SERVICE "Tho Friendliost Cornor In Town" Wallace Voight Raymond Schlapia...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 March 1979

i Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday March 8 15)79 Special Correspondent Rides High Over Dallas- -Good Guys Wear White Hats DOWNTOWN DALLAS as viewed from an airborne law learned to fly at age 40 after retiring from the army at Ft. fH.nMKH nMt t)n11nn nfflrtnt P T Ufinrtf ntlnlc lllO Ufwl two-man Bell x helicopter model 47 G. Officer Henry ( Photo by Jack Jones) hito HOME GAME BY VIRGINIA TRUAX SICK DAY A handy step-saver to help at the bed- side of an ailing member of the family is a container for all medicines. Make this from a small box such as a candy box by cutting holes in the lid to fit bottles and spoons. Ends messy drips and spilled bottles. SKIM EQUALS SLIM - Dnsic cream sauces made with skimmed milk arc a must for dieters. Jazz up sauces by seasoning with dill curry powder dry mustard or pimicnto. Adds zest to all meat and fish dishes. BACK ON TRACK - Fixing a stuck zipper is often as simple as running the end of a soft lead pencil over the zipper several times. IT'S A CIN...

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