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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1978

SocKtt S«AfiA«l >.9. s p< • What is God Really Uke? This column is the third in a series. There was once a song named "What is This Thing Called Love?" Let's see if we can answer that. There are three types of love. 1. Agape (GreekJ - which is divine love. It is the love of God for us and the love we return to Cod, after we have trusted Christ and been filled with the Holy Spirit. 2. Philos - this is the type love a person has for a friend. It can have divine love in it but it also involves affection and friendship. 3. Eros • is the love between married people or ones who plan to marry, but can have divine love and friendship love included. Eros is basically physical love. Most of us have heard all our lives that God is love [agape\but does this mean God is permissive? Do you remlmber we said all God's characteristics work together and compliment each other? So God's love is Just, and "whom He loveth He chasteneth. God deals with us as with sons. " So God's love is not somethi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1978

Sadiu S«nhn l Pag. 6 FROM YOUR CITY COUNCIL MAY 8, 1978 The regular council meeting was held with Mayor Roan and all councilmem- bers present, with the exception of councilman Davis. Minutes of the last meeting were approved, the bills were also approved with a notation of the monthly sewer bill of $816.96, which needed to be paid from the water and sewer fund. 1 - Name for City Park: Mayor Roan recommended that the City Park be named D.C. Salmon Park, stating that parks are generally named after a de- ceased person, and that Mr. Salmon did donate the land for the water tower property. Approved. 2 - Insurance for Full Time Employ- ees: About a year ago the council ap- proved an insurance plan for the city employees, but have been unable to get a policy written because they have to have at least three (3) full time employ- ees before coverage can be written. The Mayor recommended that Mrs. Bailey be put on as a full time employ- ee as she has been working 40 hours a week as a part ti...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1978

REVENUE INCREASE INADEQUATE * Texas Power & Light termed "gross- ly inadequate" the $40,585,000 revenue increase granted today by the Public Utility Commission. The amount is sub- stantially below the amount requested by TP&L. The company's original request was for $118 million increase in general operating revenues. TP&L President R.K. Campbell said the company will study the decision before determining what course of action it will take. Campbell also noted that the company must determine whether it can continue with its present plans for converting from the use of natural gas and oil to alternate fuels such as lignite and nuclear for generating electricity. Regarding the Commission's order Campbell said the company can accept the decision and file for another rate increase in the near future, or it can appeal the order. "We presented a good case before the commission," the TP&L President said. "While there is an element of judgement involved in the final decision,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1978

PEPPER S SACHSE GROCERY 6120 H^. 78 DR. PEPPER 2 5< + T*X ioiP. JUNE 18th SocKm S*fitlrwt Pag* > NANCEE'S BEAUTY SALON HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT -495-1213- ** OPEN** Tuesday thru Friday -Personal Accessories1: For Your Home • •• "Ju§t call Anytime" IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF BUSINESS CARDS APPOINTMENT CARDS POST CARDS OR REPLY CARDS SPECIAL EVENT TICKETS THANK YOU CARDS CUSTOM ART AND LAYOUT SERVICE THE PAPER JUNGLE James R. Mitchell President 3225 Lemmon Ave. Suite #133 Dallas, TX. 75204 528-4591 LAKE LA VON REPORT 1978 SUMMER USER FEE AREAS FEE PROJECT & AREA NAME STATE BASIC FAMILY CAMPING WITH ELECTRIC HOOKUP Lavon Collin Park TX 3.00 3.50 Little Ridge Park TX 3.00 3.50 Lavonia Park TX 3.00 3.50 East Fork (EAST) TX 3.00 3.50 Lewisville Oakland Park TX 3.00 3.50 GROUP USE AREAS PROJECT PARK GROUP FEE Lavon Clear Lake Park Little Ridge Park Lavonia Park Avalon Park RECREATION USE FEES TO BE COLLECTED AT SOME CORPS OF ENGINEER'S CAMPING AREAS The Fort Worth Distri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

THE COMMUNITY NEWS SHOPPER'S GUIDE SHCHSE SEIITIIIEl FREE SACHSE TEXAS VOL. 3 NO. 7 JULY 1978 Published Monthly FREE I Fireworks ordinance to be i enforced The Fourth of July is upon us again and all of the celebrating that goes with it, also, fireworks used to be included. This is not so any more as fireworks have been banned by many cities all over the nation. We do want to call your atten- tion to the Sachse city ordinance No. 158; the part that includes FIREWORKS. It shall be unlawful for any person to store, to offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail, or use or EXPLODE any fireworks within the City limits of Sachse. Definition of fireworks, shall mean and include any combustible or explosive composition and shall include blank cartridges, toy pistols, toy cannons, toy canes or toy guns in which explosives are used, firecrackers, torpedoes, sky- rockets, model rockets, roman candles, daygo bombs, sparkers, or other devices of like construction and any devices containing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

Socfc « Sentinel Pag, J VA Questions Answered Q - What do I have to do to get my service-connected dis- ability increased? A - Normally a veteran can reopen his claim for an increase in his service-connected disabi- lity by submitting current medical evidence showing his particular condition has worsened. Q - / have had a permanent plan WWII National Service Life Insurance policy. My insurance needs have changed so that I no longer require as much coverage. Is a reduced amount available on which premium payments would no longer be required? A - Yes. If you had a per- manent plan and your policy is not lapsed, you may use the net cash value to buy a reduced amount of paid-up insurance which will continue in force during your lifetime (or to the end of the endowment period) without further pre- mium payments. The cash value of this paid-up insurance continues to increase. Also, you may surrender the paid-up insurance for its cash value or obtain a loan on it at any time. Q - Why was m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

nana* How Sachse Voted City Council Notes Sachs* Wntinal Pog« ] IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY There is a total of 963 registered voters in precinct 2202, 2203 and 2204, these are the precincts which are in the City of Sachse. There were no Republican run-offs involving the Sachse area in the June 3rd run-offs. I he run-off election drew only 18.2% ol the registered voters in Sachse's precincts, For the run-off election all three precincts were combined into one, in an effort to cut costs because of the low turn out which was expected. RAILROAD COMMISSIONER John H. Poerner - 93 Jerry Sadler - 42 m 1ST. JUDGE COURT NO. 254 Cole - 79 George Martinez 36 DIST. JUDGE COURT NO. 256 David Pickett Linda Thomas - 86 JUDGE COUNTY COURT NO. 6 Howard Wilson - 71 Berlaind Brashear — 47 COUNTY COMM. PRECINCT NO. 2 Earl Luna - 80 John W. (Bill) Wiseman - 93 J. P. PRECINCT NO. 3 Theran Ward - 111 Delora Lewis - 53 JUDGE COUNTY COURT NO. 5 Bob McGuiro - 69 Lloyd G. Russell - 41 I he hottest race in this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

Sochi* Sentinel Page 4 (council notes) JUNE 26, 1978 City Council met in regular session with Mayor Roan and Councilman Mardis absent,Mayor Pro-Tern,Dan Scarbor- ough presided. Council approved a Dallas County fire protection ordi- nance with Dallas Commissioner Court. This contract is for the Fire Department. They will receive $3000.00 for the base contract plus run money for calls outside Sachse's city limits Mayor Pro-Tem Scarborough presented bids for a fire plug on Bailey Rd. plus extension of the water line on Bailey Rd., to loop the line with Ermine St. Bid price was $1,892. 04. Second fire plug would be on the corner of 3rd. St. and McDearmon. Bid price was $915.43. Only one bid was sum? mitted, this was by Charles Foster. The engineer will be contacted on the best location for plug on Bailey Rd. Coun- cil approved. Councilman Anderson asked about trying to get this type work completed, as to smoothing and leveling after construction is completed, he suggested holding back 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

Auxiliary Enjoy Supper Two guests, Bonnie Longacre and Amny Jones along with members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department enjoyed the delicious Salad Supper which was served after a brief business meeting at their June meeting at the Sachse Community Center. Many kinds of salads and relishes were served and for desert there was chocolate filled cookies and zuccinia bread, iced tea was served to drink. After the supper, Bernell Brennen who is a R.N. and an E.M.T. and also a member of the Ladies Auxiliary spoke on how to prepare yourself in case of an accident or sickness while on vacation. At the July meeting everyone will enjoy playing Bingo and in August an ice cream supper is planned. The Auxiliary meets once each month on the third Tuesday at the Community Center. Guest and citizens are always welcome. Won't you come and help us enjoy our next meeting. Sachse Mixed Bowlers SACHSE MIXERS AWARD TROPHIES Winning team of the 1977-78 Sachse Mixed Bowling Lea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

Sot Km Sentinel Pag* 6 mm Dr. Fenwick English speaks to Garland school adminis- trators and principals on "curriculum mapping'1 at the annual Administrators Leadership Seminar Curriculum Mapping Dr. Fenwich English, director of the National Center for the Improvement of Learning (NCIL), told some 55 Garland administratory that standardized test scores are often low because teachers are not teaching what is being tested. GISD principals and central office personnel attended the annual Adminis- trators Leadership Seminar June 13-16 at Tanglewood Lodge. Dr. English, a former superintendent of schools in New York state and currently associated with the American Association of School Administrators, advocated the use of "curriculum mapping," a method of determining what is actually being taught in the classroom. He pointed out curriculum mapping is a procedure for determining the "real" curriculum used in the classroom while a curriculum guide lists the goals and objectives of a "desired...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING To Place an Advertisement in the CLASSIFIED SECTION CALL... .495-1231 or 495-1119 OR Mail in form on Page #8 RUMMAGE SALE Need to clean out that garage or rid yourself of unwanted items.. Place a classified ad LOST and FOUND Lost your pet or other items Place an ad in Lost & Found FOR RENT House or apartment for rent or need to find a place to live.. Advertise in The Sachse Sentinel. HELP WANTED Need some help with your yard work or other chores. Need a baby sitter.. Find it through a classified ad FUR SALE— Want to sell those extra garden vegetables, pets or any item.. Sell them with an ad in The Sachse Sentinel Airplanes j RED DOOR | ^1 a & Probably the best way to create your own job is to perform some service. In a sense, it is the most dif- ficult way, because it calls for more imagination and more ingenuity than the others. Be a keen observer. Have courage to venture out upon "the edge of things," vision enough to conjure up some scheme that you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1978

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

i—nrw nf^ COMMUNITY NEWS SHOPPER'S GUIDE SEIITIIIEI FREE voi .1 no s \ucjust ii>7* SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE NEW MINISTER AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN Sunday July 16, 1978 was a very momentous occasion for the Sachse Christian Church. The Pulpit committee head- ed by Jim Alexander ask that a call go out to Rev. Ken McCutchen to serve as full time minister of the Church. Rev. McCutchen comes after having served as pulpit min- ister from 1970 to 1975 at the Springfield Church of Christ in Springfield, Oregon. Prior to that time Rev. McCutchen was minister of education at the Sunset Ridge Church of Christ in San Antonio, lexas. He was a student at Perkins Theological Seminary at S.M.U. , after gradua- ting from High School at Bronte, Texas and attending Abilene Christian College from I960 to 1964 majoring in Bible, graduating with a B. A. Degree. His family consists of four children, Mindy Leigh age 14, Monty Lance age 12, Misty Lynn age 8, Megan Layne age Rev. McCutchen brings to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

I SACHSE SENTINEL AUGUST 1978 Page 2 1 SACHSE GROCERY 6120 HWY. 78 PHIL PUCKETT 495-1214 ■£885? quality GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL CALENDAR 1978-79 August 197S Student Enrollment High School August 14 - Seniors 15- Juniors 16 - Sophomores 17- Freshmen Elementsry August 23 - 8:30 A M. 12:00 Teacher Staff Development August 21, 22. 23. 24. 25 Middle School August 14 Students new to the district or those who have not completed a choice of school form August 15-17 Schedules of first day assignments posted School Opens August 28. 1978 1 st Six Weeks Begins 1 st Quarter Begins September 1978 1 - 2 P M Dismissal for 4 - Labor Day Holiday October 1978 - End 1 st Six Weeks (29 days) 9 • State Fair Day 10 - 2nd Six Weeks Begins November 1978 21 - End F irst Quarter (60 days) End of 2nd Six Weeks (31 days) 2 P.M Dismissal for Thanksgiving Holiday 22 - Staff Development Day Student Holiday 23-24 - Thanksgiving Holidays 27 - Classes Resume Begin Second Quarter Begin 3rd Six Weeks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

I SACHS E SENTINEL AUGUST 1978 Page 3 I .VEGETARIAN-GELATIN SALAD 1 (10% -ounce) can tomato soup, undi- luted 3 (3-ounce) packages cream cheese 2 envelopes unflavorcd gelatin Vi cup cold water \a cup chopped stuffed olives Va cup chopped pecans or walnuts •4 cup chopped celery Va cup chopped green pepper V-i cup chopped green onion I cup mayonnaise Lettuce (optional) Combine tomato soup and cream cheese in a medium saucepan; place over medium heat and stir until cheese is melted. Remove from heat. Sprinkle gelatin over water; stir until moistened and let stand for 5 minutes. Add to soup mixture; mix until dissolved. Chill until slightly thickened; stir in remaining ingredi- ents except lettuce. Pour into a 10- x 6- x 1%-inch glass dish. Chill until firm. Cut into squares; serve on let- tuce if desired. Yield: about 10 serv- ings. "it** * 4 Complement Dinner With a Colorful Salad 7.ESTY RICE SALAD 2 cups uncooked regular rice 1 (17-ounce) can green peas, drained l72 cup ininct-d onio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

Page 4 SACHSE SENTINEL AUGUST 1978 dino IN THE !> [A ZERCHER - McKINNEY Trena Lynn McKinney, daughter of Gary and Faye McKinney, 2409 Denmark in Garland and John Lee Zercher, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Zercher. Jr., 1318 Crockett in Garland, were married July 9th at Southside Assembly of God Church with the Rev. V. E. Tipton officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride chose a formal-length candlelight gown of nylon polyester and dacron, accented with antique chantilly lace and covered with seed pearls and sequins. The veil which was made by the bride's mother, was train-length also candlelight color and trimmed in antique chantilly lace. The crown was gathered with pearls given to the bride by her grandmother. Vickie Beeler, the bridegroom's sister was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Pam Thorpe, Robin Cheisa, and Paula Gowen. Wayne Zercher was his brother's best man. Gary Maples, John Wheeler and Timmy Burns served as groomsmen. Candy Bowen, the bride's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

^ SACHSE SENTINEL AUGUST 1978 Page J COMMUNITY Saturday Nite Fever in Sachse Area Deaths i y JOHN L. SKINNER Services for John L. Skinner, 2007 Ponderosa in Sachse were held Monday July 10, 1978 at Williams Chapel. Intern- ment was at Restland Cemetery. John, 71, died Friday, July 7, 1978 after a short illness. John, was a long-time resident of Sachse, a semi-retired farmer and a member of the Sachse Assembly of (iod Church. He was among the original organizers of the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department in 1961 and was still being carried on the rolls as a charter member. He is survived by his wife, Anna Skinner, 2007 Pondersa, Sachse, two sisters; Lula Rasure, 5928 DeWitt St., Sachse and Lovey Wyatt of Mesquite; three brothers; P.D. Skinner of Irving, Cuy Skinner and Grant Skinner both of Garland. Officiating the services were the Rev. Jimmie Capehart and Rev. Ken Hay. 1 f, YES, thanks to the Jerico Gospel Band and the Sachse Christian Church, under the sponsorship of Lou and Dick Ell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

I SACHSE SENTINEL AUGUST 1978 Page 6 VA Questions Gl Bill Answered EDITOR'S NOTE: Following are repre- sentative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q. • I am receiving parents' Dependen- cy and Indemnity Compensation. My veteran husband just died. Should I give up my DIC and apply for widow's pension or keep the DIC and forget the widow's pension? A - You should keep the DIC and also apply for a widow's pension. If other- wise eligible, a beneficiary can receive DIC and widow's pension at the same time. Q - How may I obtain the two stu- dent loan denials required to apply for a VA educational loan? A - There is no longer a requirement for applicants for VA loans to obtain denials of student loans prior to filing for the VA benefit. Q - I was just released from active duty and would like to convert my Servicemen's Group Life Insurance to a commercial policy. What are the requirements? A - Your SGLI may not be converted to a comm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

I sachse sentinel august 1978 J City Council Notes New Mobile Home Ordinance JULY 10, 1978 City Council met in regular session at 7:30 p.m. with all members present. Bills for payment were approved with the exception of one which was with- held. It was for Mr. D.J. Chancellor who was hired to patch the city streets. | Mayor Roan stated he had patched the easy places but had not fixed the places which were harder to patch. He had been hired to use ten (10) tons of asphalt mix at $50.00 per ton. The bill which was withheld was for $375.00. Frank Knickerbocker, City Engineer had checked the property behind the Glen Gurley residence, which was re- quested at past council meeting. Knicker- bocker reported that two creeks came together at this point. Mr. Ciurley has just completed a stock pond near this point and he stated that it would probably become covered over when flood waters came. The creek behind the property was fairly clean, Kincker- bocker stated and he recommended no major ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1978

SACHSE SENTINEL AUGUST 1978 Page 8 30 Years Bring Changes In Game Warden Training AUSTIN - When about 25 new Texas Parks & Wildlife Department game warden cadets report for training school here this September, they will encounter vastly different conditions from the first school assembled in 1946. A new air conditioned training/ dormitory complex awaits this year's class, and while not hotel-plush, the rooms are double-occupancy and attractive. The cadets earn $906 per month plus meal allowance while in school for the four-month course, and upon grad- uation they will receive a fully equipped car with full complement of communi- cations and law enforcement equipment. They will start their careers as game wardens at $936 per month salary, and get $1,068 per month after six months of field service. When the first official warden school convened at Texas A & M College, the cadet recruits had to come up with the same tuition as other A & M students, although some had their t...

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