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

COMMUNITY NEWS SHOPPER'S GUIDE RCHSE SEnTMEl FREE Vol. 3 #9 September 1978 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Chili Supper September 16th The annual Sachse Christian Church Chili Supper will be held Saturday, September 16th. Chili, tamales and all the fixings will be served by the men of the church, beginning at 5:00 p.m. A special treat is in store this year. The monthly "Church Sing-Song" will begin at 7:00 p.m. This is a special occasion due to the guest appearance of the "Glory Express Quartet." This well known group from Bridgeport will be making their first appearance in this area. Lou and Dick Ivllis have made arrange- ments for coffee and cookies to be served after the Gospel Singing and they invite all area citizens to join with the church members for a memorable evening. rs-'J SEPTEMBER 4 PARADE IN ROWLETT SET FOR SEPT. 2 "World Significance" is the theme of the Rowlett Labor Day Weekend Parade being planned in Rowlett for Saturday, Sept. 2, 9 a.m. With the amount of entr...

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

* M ' —mi anniiC I SACHS E SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1978 Page 2 I LAKE LA VON REPORT Lavon's current elevation is 483. 58, we are now eight and one-half feet below our new conservation pool of 492.0. In response to many inquiries, our boat ramps are usable at this time, and we forsee no immediate launching problem. Labor Day weekend is nearly upon us, and we urge that you exercise extreme caution when engaging in water sports. We have had eight drownings so far this year and most, if not all, could have been prevented if simple safety meas- ures had been practiced. Don't take chances, help us keep Lavon free from more drownings. This year all four of our camper service areas will re- main open during the winter months, these are located in Collin, Lavonia, East Fork, and Little Ridge Parks. Caddo Park, an area specifically designed for the handicapped, will remain open during the winter also, as it has in the past. With the fall and winter seasons fajt approaching, we are receiving many p...

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

I SACHS E SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1978 / Page 3 1 WICKEDLY RICH PIE The Secret; It takes just one pan to make this wickedly rich pie. But it tastes as though you messed up your whole kitchen. 3 eggs, slightly beaten Vfe cup sugar 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell 1 cup thawed BIRDS EYE* COOL WHIP" Non-Dairy Whipped Topping (optional) The Recipe: 4 squares BAKER'S" Semi-Sweet Chocolate* 'A cup butter or margarine 1 can (13 oz.) evaporated milk 1V., cups i about i BAKER'S * ANGEL FLAKE" Coconut *Or use 1 package (4 oz. I BAKER'S* GERMAN'S* Sweet Chocolate. Melt chocolate and butter over low heat in a medium sauce Add milk, coconut, eggs and sugar, and stir until well bleno, Pour into pie shell. Bake at 400° for 30 minutes. Cool Serve with whipped topping, if desired. Store leftover'pie in refrigerator. PEAR CONSERVE Makes 8 half pints PEAR HONEY 2Vz pounds ripe peaches, peeled, pitted, and chopped (2 cups) 2Vi pounds ripe pears, pared, cored, and chopped (2 cups) Vi cup lemon juice 7V2 cups sugar...

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

I SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1978 Page 4 I Ok JO* From Tour Library NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY We wish you would drop by your library and look over our new books. Here is a list of some of the recent additions. Adult Non Fiction Inside Soccer Pure Golf Pete Rose's Winning Baseball Decathlon Challenge Joy of Running Cat Catalogue World Almanac Texas Almanac Guiness Book of World Records All types of art books and sewing books Fiction Adult Coma Thornbird Golden Bauble Salmanca Drum Dark Star The Queen and Lord M Juvenile Non Fiction Gifts From Space Make Up Monsters Very Young Rider Very Young Dancer Juvenile Fiction Church Mice Adrift Dr. Rabbits Foundling It Could Always be Worse Dear Greta Garbo Ordinary Jack Carolina Hurricane Texas Conference on Library and Information Services IN THE Library Town Hall meetings scheduled for September 12, 1978, in cities and towns throughout Texas will give Texans an opportunity to tell their librarians as well as local, state and national officials ab...

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

1 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1978 Page 5 I COMMUNITY TEXAS ZETA OMICRON SORORITY NEWS Members of Phi Sigma Alpha Zeta Omicron Chapter No. 70796 plan social activities for the summer months to which their husbands and guests may be invited. In June they attended Granny's •ner Theater for the Ray Charles w. In July they attended a social- workshop meeting at Naomi Reed's home in Sasche. Time was used for visiting as well as a workshop for materials to be used at the State Con- vention. This past week a party was held at the home of Thelma and Ray Stanton in Wylie for games of "42", dominoes and cards. Homemade ice cream and cake was enjoyed by all. For a pretty new you, try a new hairdo. We cut, style and set. And color, too Nancees Beauty Salon highway 78- sachse Nancy I-ayc Amnierman . . Ale Kinney CALL For APPOINTMENT - 495 - 1213 - 1'uesday thru Friday Personal Accessories For Your Home /m. Merle Norman Cosmetics 119 N. Ballard WYLIE FREE MAKE UP LESSONS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY" CALL FO...

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

I SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1978 Page 6 I Stripers Furnishing Midsummer Sport While the summer doldrums have hit some kinds of freshwater fishing in Texas, striped bass fishermen are having a field day on several lakes. Boats by the hundreds can be seen on Lake Texoma's open waters every day as fishermen probe the depths of the old Red River channel for feeding stripers. On a less grand scale, boats also are numerous at times on Whitney, Travis, Toledo Bend, Falcon, Amistad and some other developing striper lakes. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Fisheries Division Director Bob Kemp said he feels Texas fishermen are learning that the hard-fighting imports are not difficult to catch, even in the hot summertime. "Stripers have to eat the year 'round, and if you go deep enough to find them, you may catch your limit." Incidentally, Kemp noted, striper fishermen who bring fish up from the depths in this hot weather should stop at the legal daily limit of three (two on Toledo Bend) fis...

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

I I SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1978 Page 7 I City Council Notes AUGUST 14, 1978 The City Council met in regular session at 7:30 pm with the Mayor and all council members present. A resolution calling for a public hear- ing on the proposed use of the city's revenue sharing fund for the coming year was set for August 28, 1978. September 25, 1978 was the date set l^ror a public hearing on the proposed city budget for the up-coming year. A final approval of Pleasant Valley Ranch streets and water lines are needed. The city has asked for the on-site plans but had not received them. A letter to Mr. Scheid will be sent as to what is | needed to be done for final approval. Fire Chief, Joe Stone, brought to the attention of the council that the fire plug at the corner of Sachse Rd. and West Creek Ln. was not in line with the city construction code in that there was only about 8 inches of clearance between the plug and a fence which has been put up The city engineer will check on this and repo...

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

SENTINEL I FLOWER 2§§WQi^m Rowlett Florist & Gifts 3710 Main Street Rowlett $ Wire Service Visa * Master Charge We Deliver American Express * Diner's Club - WANTED - Mature Help-Full or Part Time -Apply - PAUL'S GROCERY Hwy. 78 & 3rd - Sachse YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE PAUL'S GROCER SO THAT WE MAY ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY HOURS: 9:30 AM to 10:00 PM Try Our HOMEMADE SANDWICHES and HAMBURGERS Shirley and Linda OPEN: 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM 475-2098 s -Call in your order and we'll have 'em ready- *TACOS* -- 495-1132-- *NACHOS* OLYN PRESS RES. 278-8897 JIM RANES Res. 272-7380 12y each (plus deposit) 33£ each (plus deposit) 10 oZi DR. PEPPER 32 oz. DR. PEPPER ICE COLD AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS REPAIR & INSTALLATION RS ALL TYPES AUTO REPAIRS Shop 276-5918 or 276-9362 ICE, GAS, OIL, ICE CHESTS and all Your PICNIC SUPPLIES 5> FOR WRECKER SERVICE 276-8769 235 LAVON DR. GARLAND, TEX. 75040 Come In And Say HOWDY Pick Up Your FREE T.V. Guide Here Have — Everjthim We hj We Appreciate Your Patron...

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

COMMUNITY NEWS SHOPPER'S GUIDE VOL. NO. 10 SACHSE TEXAS OCTOBER 1978 Published Monthly • ■«mm 1 Sachse Senior Citizen Honored Mrs. Lillie Salmon celebrated her 90th birthday with an open house on September 10, 1978 given at her home in Sachse. Better known in the Sachse communi- ty as "Aunt Lillie", Mrs. Salmon was born September 11, 1888, in Collin County, just north of Sachse. She married D.C. Salmon on December 24 1907. - •) " Mrs. Salmon and her family moved from Sachse to Allen, Texas in 1929, then to Gunter, Texas in 1933 and back to Sachse in 1945. Mrs. Salmon, the oldest living grand- child of William Sachse, the founder of Sachse, was wished a happy birthday by more than 150 friends and relatives. Mrs. Cecil Means, of Keys Florida, sister of Mrs. Salmon was the most distant who came. LILLIE SALMON New Proposed F.M. 544 A public hearing was held at the city hall in Wylie Sept. 19, 1978 by James Huffman, of the State Highway Dept., with offices in McKinney. The meeting was to...

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

E SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 2 3 City Council Notes City Budget Approved AUGUST 28, 1978 Council met in regular session with all members present with the exception of Councilman Davis. .REQUEST FOR CABLE T.V. FRANCHISE - Bruce Martin of Media Systems, Inc. requested a franchise with the City of Sachse to furnish and supply cable television to the general public. He explained different services; such as children programs, news, movies, special events and local news; including radar, weather and city council news. The basic monthly rate would be approximately $8.00 per month for 15 or 16 channels plus an additional $9.75 for the movie and sports fanfare package. The franchise request was for a 15 year period and the city would receive 3% of the gross re- ceipts of the basic service charge. There would be no installation charge during the 30 day period of setting it up. After that, there would be an installation charge of $15.00 to tie in. .PUBLIC HEARING on PROPOSED USE of REVE...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 2 HUNTING ^ VANDALISM HURTS HUNTER'S IMAGE AUSTIN - "A principal factor in the minds of everybody in the saving of hunting as a form of recreation is the performance of the hunter," said John Gottschalk, executive vice president of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies in a recent speech. He stressed if someone vandalizes a farm or insults a citizen, he has tarnished the image of all hunters. Texans can see this pattern every day as they drive the state's highways. Currently, gun vandals do more than $750,000 worth of damage to highway facilities each year. Road signs and rest areas are special targets, Gottschalk said. "Such actions are a disgrace to decent sportsmen and responsible gun owners. It doesn't take much shooting skill to destroy a yield sign or flashing light with a firearm at close range," he said. Gottschalk pointed out that this wanton vandalism is paid for by the taxpayer. Even the smallest highway sign costs a...

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

Page 4 SACHSE SENTINEL E Casseroles HAMBURGER-CORN CASSEROLE IVi ponnds ground beef 1 enp chopped onioa I (11 —ct) cm whole kernel con, 1 (1*^4-ounce) can cream of mushroom 1 (lm-ouace) can cream of chicken soap, 1 rap commercial sour cream M cup chopped pimiento y* teaapoon salt W teaapoon Ac'cent V* teaspoon pepper 1 (8-ounce) package noodles Battered breadcrumbs Brown ground beef and onion in a skillet; drain. Stir in next 8 ingredients; set aside. Cook noodles according to package directions; drain. Stir noodles into beef mixture. For 2 servings, spoon half of mixture into a lightly greased IVi-quart casse- role. Sprinkle with breadcrumbs. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes. To freeze remaining casserole for later use, line a 1 Vi -quart casserole with aluminum foil; spoon remaining noodle mixture into prepared dish. Sprinkle casserole with breadcrumbs. Wrap foil securely around casserole and place in freezer. After casserole is fro- zen, remove from dish and return the wrapped cassero...

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

SACHS E SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 5 I Automobile Battery Explosion Booster cables were used to start a car while the temperature was about 15 degrees below zero. The cables were properly connected; however, as the last connection was being made, the battery exploded. Battery debris and acid flew in every direction. All exposed skin was washed immediately so that there were no body injuries from the acid, although clothing was damaged by it. The only personal injury suffered was a cut nose caused by flying debris. Jumping car batteries is becoming ex- tremely common and is usually done under rushed conditions and in extreme cold. Few people reali/e how dangerous this is and that there is a method which lessens the chance of a battery ex- ploding. Hydrogen gas buildup inside the battery sets the stage for an explosion. This is especially prevalent if the battery water is low, which allows space for the hydrogen gas to be trapped. Whenever a battery is being charged, hydrogen is being...

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

1 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 6 z & 9 % i IN THE MRS. BILLY WAYNE CLAY Rita Ammerman Becomes Bride Rita Suane Ammerman and Billy Wayne Clay recited vows September 9, 1978 in a garden wedding at the bride's home. The Rev. W.C. Burns officiated. The bride is the daughter of Gerald and Nancy Ammerman of 2005 Bonanza in Sachse. The bridegroom is the son of Billy and June Clay of Westminister. Given in marriage by her father the bride chose a formal length gown of white silk trimmed with chantilly lace. The veil was train length, trimmed with lace and gathered at the crown with a hat of seed pearls. Judy Lemmond was maid of honor. Gayla Hughs and Heather Bradshaw, nieces of the bridegroom served as flower girls. Randy Taylor was his nephew's best man. Billy Lorance was ring bearer. Stanley Ammerman and Charles Clay were ushers. At a reception in the bride's home, the bride's table was covered with a white linen and lace cloth and held two floral arrangements of orange and yello...

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

1 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 7 1 COMMUNITY Missionettes To Study Northern India Since returning from a summer camp- out the Sachse Missionettes Club has embarked upon a new area of study. The girls are studying Northern India in ^feparation for their participation in the ^Prnual "World Tour" in Mesquite in November. One highlight of the study of India will be a visit to the home of a family recently moved to the Dallas area from India. The girls will see the Indian saris worn by the women there, taste food as it is prepared there, and listen to authenic India music. They will also learn to speak a few words in Punjabi, an Indian dialect. Also tentatively planned for November is an awards night for all the girls in the Sachse Club and their families. The badges earned will be awarded after a short program and then light refresh- ments will be served. PRE SCHOOL PATTER \A* The Sachse Pre-School started classes August 28th. The first two weeks were devoted to getting to know eac...

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

•V"'« Z SACH SE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 8 2 A NEW AND EXCITING CHURCH INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ITS FIRST SERVICES OFFERING A SPECIAL MINI SERMON SERIES. CHILDREN'S SERMONS AND MUSIC "THERE IS A CURE FOR ANXIETY IN TODAY'S WORLD" Special piario music by Mrs. Doris Kemnitz, one of Dallas' foremost church organists. "SUCCESS CAN BE AT HAND IN ALL CIRCUMSTANCES" Music by "The Ongoing Ambassadors for Christ" "COMFORT CAN BE FOUND IN THE FAMILY OF GOD" Special piano music by Dr. Alfred Fremder FIRST SERVICES WILL BEGIN OCT. 15 ROWLETT LUTHERAN CHURCH Temporarily at 3507 Dennis Street (Parallels Main one block to the south - We are two doors from Rowlett Rd.) Pastor Jay Simonsen 475-3777 ■ ■ ■ Four-year-old sister: "When I grow up I'm going to be a Brownie." Three-year-old brother (after a long period of think- ing) : "When I grow up I'm going to be a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!" YOUR ATTITUDE 12 WAYS TO IMPROVE IT 1. It is our attitude at the beginning of a task which, more than any...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1978

I SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 9 3 Prevent Fire from Casting Spell Over Plans for Halloween Fun SPIKE BUCKS PROTECTED IN COMAL, HOUSTON COUNTIES AUSTIN - The Texas Parks and Wild- life Commission has yielded to the wishes of the commissioners courts of Comal and Houston Counties to allow protection for spike bucks. P&W commission members emphasiz- ed that they disagree with the reasoning behind the local counties' request, since department biological studies have indicated that spike bucks (bucks which have protruding antlers but no forked antler) are inferior animals with less growth potential than forked-antler bucks. Delegations from the two counties told the commission that they felt protection of spikes was needed to provide a carry-over of bucks for breed- ing purposes and to give spikes time to grow into better quality (forked-antler) deer. A statement to the commission by Charles Winkler, the department's big-game program director, said "A high incidence of spike-an...

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

r i 2. SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 10 2 f 11 t What is God really like? This column is the sixth, and last, in a series. It is written by a Rowlett resident. We have been considering the character of God as it is taught in the Bible. Someone might think, "but that was written thousands of y^ars ago, maybe He is different now." This is why'it is nice to know God is immutable or unchangeable. His character is not something that develops as ours does because He has always existed. His character is inherent or part of Him as the color of our eyes is a part of us which cannot change. In I Corinthians 2:16, the Bible is $ referred to as the "mind of Christ," indicating that if God is unchangeable, His word is also. Ps. 119: 89, "For ever, Oh Lord, thy word is settled in heaven." In God's word there are over 7000 promises that His children may have for the asking. One promise is found in I Peter 5: 7, "Casting all your care upon Him (the Lord) for He careth for you." In Isaiah 21: 10...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1978

SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1978 Page 11 I Comfort Conditioning, Inc. HEATING-COOLING GARLAND, TEXAS 278-6600 Quality Service 'Installation and Service on Air Conditioning & Heating Units ♦Sell and Install Storm Windows and Attic Ventilators Let Us Help You Conserve Fnergy and Get Your House Ready for the WINTER WEATHER LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP X CASTLE & LAVON DRIVE LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER GARIAMh RAY SEYMORE GARLAND, TEXAS GLENGURLEY SACHSE, TEXAS There is not a man living, however poor he may be, but has it in his power to leave as a heritage to those that follow him the grand- est thing on earth . .. character. FISHING "Head this memo CONFIDEN- TIAL I want everyone to read it." YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE rPAUL'S GROCER J OPEN: 6 00 AM to 10:00 PM SO THAT WE MAY ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY HOURS: 9:30 AM to 10:00 PM Try Our HOMEMADE SANDWICHES and HAMBURGERS -Call in your order and we'll have 'em ready- *TACOS* -- 495-1132— *NACHOS* TIME TO PURCHASE NEW FISHING LICENSE AUSTIN - Texas fi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1978

I * • •< ■ ft tJ Sachse sentinel october 1978 Page 12 z Birthdays The Sachse Sentinel will publish a free "Happy Birthday" Column Number of words will be limited to no more than (10) Mail your Happy Birthday message to this newspaper at address below or Call 495-1231 for details Warning HAPPY BIRTHDAY Kennith King Love Vicki & Jay HAPPY BIRTHDAY Courtney Walker From: Morn, Dad, & Shane HAPPY BIRTHDAY Kristy Ashley From: Mom, Dad, &r Kim ADDRESS The Sachse Sentinel Rt. #2 Box # 116-C Garland, Tex. 75040 SACHSE SENTINEL 495-1231 Want Ads If phone is busy.. Print Your Ad and Mail it to: The Sachse Sentinel Rt. 2 Box 1 lb-C Garland, Texas 75040 Enclose $1. 25 for up to 15 words 10£ for each word thereafter. ... Deadline for all want ads is the 20th. of each month Call for information on business or other advertisement... 495-123 1 or 495- 1 1 19 NAME Enclosed ADDRESS_ CHECK or PHONE__ CASH Mailing Address: THE SACHSE SENTINEL Rt. 2 Box 116-C Garland, Texas 75040 SMOKE CAN...

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