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

COMMUNITY NEWS SHOPPER'S GUIDE SRCHSE EimnEi FREE Vol. 3 #11 NOVEMBER 1978 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE a"> 6ISD BOARD NOTES TEACHER OF THE YEAR COMMENDED Marilyn Marshall, an English teacher at South Garland High School, was commended by the Board of Trustees. Ms. Marshall has been selected Garland Teacher of the Year. A total of 34 nominations for this honor were submitted by building principals, program consultants and coordinators. An outside evaluation committee was utilized to screen these nominations and select the one teacher who best met the qualifications, in areas of instruction, professional growth and development, involvement in student programs, and church and civic activities. The Board adopted a resolution commending Ms. Marshall for her accomplishments in the G1SD. BUILDING TRADES HOUSE SOLD A contract for the sale of the building trades house was presented to the Board. Trustees met at 7 a.m. the next morning to sign the papers, selling the house for $64,...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 November 1978

NOVEMBER 1978 SACHSE SENTINEL Page DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT 1SSUE| OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL ANY NEW ADVERTISEMENT MUST BE IN BY THE 15th OF THE MONTH.I ANY CHANGES IN ADS ALREADY| MADE UP - NEWS STORIES 01 OTHER ITEMS MUST BE IN BY THI 20th OF THE MONTH. ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1975 (Named January 1976) THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Pat Stone Route 2, Box 116C Garland, Texas 75040 Distributed free tovall homes in Sachsel the first week of each month. 495-1231 | Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of an) person, firm, or corporation which mayl appear in the columns of The Sachse1 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. Thought for the Day Forgiveness is the fragrance a rose gives you when you crush its delicate petals Of Education 495-1231 I TO REPORT NEWS OR ADVERTISE Nationwide Scholarship...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 3 I (council notes) that they were aware that several water lines needed to be upgraded. Mr. Cox also asked about square feet on homes built in Sable Hills, they want to petition to raise it to 1500 sqaure foot homes. Mr. Cox asked about the cow pasture on Williford and Vicuna. He was told that it was being worked on but not much could be done for about two months. Frank Knickerbocker, city engineer was asked about a water bond to up | grade the system. He stated that re- Jceiving a water bond from the state would be slim to none. It would pro- bably have to be a matching fund bond. Figures on the present overhead storage has been vertified to be what it was supposed to be. The first step of upgrading the water system would be a water study. A guess at the cost would be $250,000, plus. Load Limit on Williford Road: Councilman Jim Anderson requested a load limit on Williford Rd. He stated that large, heavy trucks traveling Williford and Bailey Rds. ...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 4 PAUL'S GROCERY OPEN: 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM SO THAT WE MAY ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY HOURS: 9:30 AM to 10:00 PM YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE Try Our HOMEMADE SANDWICHES and HAMBURGERS -Call in your order and we'll have 'em ready- *TACOjb* Ph. 495-1132 *NACHOS* 10 oz. Dr. Pepper - 12£ ea. (plus dep) 32 oz. Dr. Pepper - 29£ ea. (plus dep) 16 oz. Dr. Pepper - 15£ ea. (plus dep) Have You Tried Our F -R-E-S-H- Sliced Lunch Meats? We Have A New One "HAM BOLOGNA" Try It We Think You'll Like It An Also Our FRESH POTATO SALAD Pick Up Your FREE T.V. G-uide Here We — Do 't — Nix — Every tki«K Bui J*e_ Try RBEfiHTIPDL We Appreciate tour Patronage for Blessings Hige Small... We Qke CITY 6144 HWY. 78 GARAGE CALL 495-7998 8:00 AM lo 6:00 PM MONDAY ihru SATURDAY •STATE INSPECTIONS AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR •TUNE-UPS •BRAKES VA Questions Answered EDITOR'S NOTE: Following are representative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full information is available at any VA office....

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

y. aM 1 SACHS E SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 5 I Facts from a pro on driving to survive. Q. If you have a car wreck on an interstate highway in a city, which police would investi- gate the accident?—B. L., San Antonio A In most instances municipal police handle inves- tigations on interstates within city limits. However, you may notify any police agency and give the loca- tion of the accident. The responsible agency will be dispatched to the scene. Q. Is a flashing red light at night the same as a 4-way stop on a regular stop sign?— N. B., Austin A. Yes. A flashing red light, day or night, means that you must make a complete stop until it is safe to continue. Yield the right of way to vehicles on your right. Q. Daily I meet drivers who make left turns by first stopping in the intersection, then sig- naling me to make my left turn on his right. Isn't turning in this manner dangerous? Neither of us can see oncoming traffic through the other car.—G. R., Houston A. The safest way to make...

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

I SACH SE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 6 1 Engagement Announced NEW ARRIVAL WT RONNIE WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Householder of Garland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sue, to Ronnie Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Williams of Dallas. A November 18th. wedding is planned at the First Baptist Church, Sachse, Texas. The bride-elect is a graduate of South Garland High School, and East Texas State University. She is employed as an SUE HOUSEHOLDER elementary physical education teacher with the Garland Independent School District. Her fiance is a graduate of Big Sandy High School, Big Sandy, Texas, and is employed as a foreman with Williams Steel Erection. We would like to invite all of our friends to attend. 3710 Main Street Rowlett Shirley and Linda 475-2098 ABEArrrrn cmpQek ^ (Uo/nah,& Rowlett Florist & Gifts Wire Service We Deliver "GET READY" for THE HOLIDAYS $2.00 OFF on -ANY PERM Men or Women Any Wednesday in November Jewelry, Cosmetics, and Gifts For The H...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 7 I PRE SCHOOL PATTER ) • PRE-SCHOOLERS HAVE BUSY MONTH This month the Sachse Pre-schoolers have been studying several things. We have been reviewing our numbers, colors, and alphabet. We also have been studying about fires and how to prevent them. We took a field trip to the Sachse Fire Station and Assistant Fire Chief, Devon Reed showed us all about fire fighting equiptment and took us for a long ride on the fire truck. This month we also took a trip to Lavon Nature Trail. We saw many trees and plants that grow in the area and saw different places where animals live. The last two weeks of October we will be doing things concerning Halloween. On October 30th. all the kids will dress up in their Halloween costumes and we will have a big party. If you have a pre-schooler and are interested in our Pre-School, contact JANET HUGHS at 495-1266. There are over six million more women of voting age than there are men. Birthdays } a Happy Birthday Lena Judd...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 8 I HUNTING^ DOVE BAG LIMIT VIOLATORS PAY FINES AUSTIN - Three separate cases of exceeding the dove bag limit in west- central Texas have resulted in more than $4,500 in fines paid by guilty hunters, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The largest case was the result of an an-est by Curtis Jones, warden supervisor at Abilene, who nabbed seven Louisiana hunters returning from a Jones County hunt with 456 doves iced down in a chest in their vehicle-that's 316 too many. Their fines totaled $2,898. Wardens Wayne Chappel and Johnnie Muery caught four men in Palo Pinto County with 164 doves, a transgression which resulted in $1,200 in fines plus costs. Wardens David Hancock and William Evans nabbed three hunters in Archer County with 117 doves and four quail in possession. Their fines totaled $600 plus costs. The bag limit on mourning doves is 10 per day and 20 in possession in both the North and South Zones. The North Zone dove season ...

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

T SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 9 I OF SAFETY Tips For Motorcyclists Knowing all you can about the motorcycle you ride or intend to ride is good preparation for safe and enjoyable riding. Here from the experts at Suzuki, a company which makes exhaustive tests to assure customers of the safety, comfort and economy they seek, are some safety checks to make before you ride. • Check your chain—A well-lubricated chain will prevent wear and result in smoother operation. When the rider is off the machine, a chain should have about three-quarters of an inch free play. • Check your tires for proper inflation and wear. Note any cuts or holes and measure the tread depth. The deeper the tread, the greater the traction. Uneven wear may be the result of an improperly balanced wheel. Be sure to inspect for loose spokes. • Check all mechanical and electrical connections each time you ride. Nuts and bolts will loosen, as will other connections. Also SEKEfflSffiO? Did you know that over two mill...

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

£ SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 10 z TURKEY PATTIES WITH CHEESE SAUCE Vs cap melted butler or margarine Vi cup all-purpose flour IV4 cups milk 2 cups pouad cooked turkey Va teaspoon garlic salt Dash of pepper 1 egg, beaten 1 cup line cracker crumbs Salad o0 Vi cop milk 1 (8-ounce) Jar pasteurized process cheese spread Combine butter and flour in a sauce- pan; cook over low heat until bubbly. Gradually stir in 134 cups milk; cook, stirring constantly, until smooth and thickcned. (This will make a heavy white sauce.) Combine turkey, garlic salt, pepper, egg, and 1 cup white sauce, reserving remaining white sauce. Chill turkey mixture. Shape into patties and roll each in cracker crumbs. Saute patties in hot oil until golden brown. Combine cup milk with remaining white sauce; heat, stirring well. Add cheese, stirring until melted. Serve over patties. Yield: 6 to 8 servings. GOLDEN GLAZED HAM 1 (6- to 7-pound) uncooked ham 1 (6-ounce) can frozen orange juice concentrate, undiluted 1...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 11 Solitude Can He Doubly Sweet by bess foster smith Henry David Thoreau who lived alone in the woods for a few years to find out what life was all about became one of America's philosophers. He had three chairs in his cabin at Walden. One was for solitude, the second for friendship, and the third for society. A more modern philos- opher from the Ozarks, Otto Rayburn, enlarging on this idea, says one should also have a "withdrawing room." This would be a place where one can be alone and become ac- quainted with himself. "Friendship," he says, "is a soothing elixir of life, and talk is a pleasant refuge from the monotony of one's self." Medieval kings surrounded themselves with fools and en- tertainers, whose sole duty it was to entertain and divert the mind of the potentate, so he would not get bored. But to do any real creative work, solitude is essential. A person who cannot bear to be alone has never developed the latent talent within himself. H...

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

SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1978 Page 12 I COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 2 A VOTE FOR BILL WILL BE A VOTE FORA FULL TIME COMMISSIONER WORKING FOR A BETTER DALLAS COUNTY rol. Ad paid for by Dan Gebron, Olyn Press, Robert Stone Jim Gatewood, Campaign Treas. P.O. Box Drawer 2207, Garland, Texas 75041 i

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

COMMUNITY NEWS SHOPPER S GUIDE FREE VOL. 3 NO 12 DECEMBER 1978 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Quilt and Bake Sale After working hard to pay for their new piano in a little more than 3 months, the members of Sachse Assembly of God Church are enthused and working toward a new goal in their building fund. The ladies have been busily quilting and have completed several quilts which will be on dis- play and for sale December 2, at the Community Center in Sachse. At this time they will also have a large selec- tion of freshly made home- baked desserts for sale. These baked goods will de- light any family and most items may be frozen now and served later. The Miss- ionettes have been making some beautiful Christmas ornaments and gifts which they have donated to the sale. In addition to all this the youth have a supply of Funds-APopping Popcorn for sale. This is delicious popcorn which comes in handy pre-measured paks that include the cooking oil and salt. The Holiday Sale begins at 9:...

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

f//f Cnncll N$tis NOVEMBER 13,19"§ Cirjr Coosa! me: 21 refaiir smbde >1 7:30 pja. *ui *1 =ie="r<n pre*-: Request for Eitmetttuy Sc&coi is Cooanl jctkfi, by t grrup of lbo'ii ir eknseaury stfeoo1 for Si:hfct Miyor Rotr pj: i ±1: -±a iti bees rr&jgi.: to the scbcol board before aod liut the couari cannot ti> vta * vc&oo! *-I be bait. tha *c>ttld be a? to GJ.S.D. The co^z. r_ a is 123d that 1 co jc: cf rradeets hii beer, rude wvJ: 1*3 sradesa rvim* the school bu* r-i:k to Si±ie. the xt-iem h*d bser. toid Ju: —>1—*50 sniierii ere seeded tc paL'y for 1 vdsooL Miyor R: tr ra:e; ±1: Sr;hw iic a t&ii :* >ti s;beri-ti to fe: zht fcooac icboaZ to be bail:. ±t grrnp rate: thi* they Lit* --tt- z thrt the first one was no* to be 1: Brtzz t-.i Appoflo Ri . tut hit no mforsurioc 3c the s-e^ocd. Council passe: 1 resolution to wr.te i letter to G.I S.D. requesting thee cons deration for a s:hooi and to pur out i questioniire asiLng aniens to five the city the number...

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

**t *■* i* . Tufvmm IWWIETTUJTHI RAN CHURCH 9 New Church Alms at Unchurched "Many people in this area do not attend nor belong to any church and yet they have spiritual needs. People face conflict everyday in their life." With these words, Pastor Jay Simonsen says there is plenty of room in this area for Rowlett Lutheran Mission to become a leading church. Pastor Simonsen is quick to point out that the Lutheran church is a very "Gospel" centered church. "We do not grab them by the shirt, but we do feel that to know Christ as a personal Savior is most important," he said. According to Pastor Simonsen, many people confuse "Law" and "Gospel" and choose to Uve by law rather than by gospel, and to them the church fails to uplift people. "They come from church feeling worse than when they went," he said. Plans are to place a building permanently on the Lutheran land site on Highway 66 in the spring of 1979. "We are excited about having a congregation- and a building in Rowlett for it will...

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

.V.V.VWtV.' SACHSE SENTINEL HUNTING^ DUCK OUTLOOK DEPENDS ON TIME AND PLACE AUSTIN - - Making predictions, whether on football games or rainfall, is a chancy business. Predicting how good the upcoming duck season will be fits into thii category as well. Judging from figures provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, overall duck populations will not be significantly different from last year. However, for Texas hunter, success or failure on this year's hunts may depend on weather, location and the species of ducks normally hunted. Dr. Harold Irby, migratory game program director for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, says there are several general observations which can be made about duck prospects in Texas. "Over most of the state, except for the coastal areas, there will be fewer mallards," Irby said. "Counting all flyways, mallard numbers apparently are down about seven percent below last year, and about 13 percent below the 20-year average for the species." Since the...

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

let's Ask The Experts! By V. J. Adduci When it comes to saving energy, the people in Ameri- ca's truck and bus industries really appear to be experts. Since 1973, they've insti- tuted voluntary efforts that have saved this country some 1.7 bil- lion gallons of fuel, in- cluding 846 million gal- lons just in 1977, and Adduci they're sav- jng fuel at a steeply increas- fcg rate. Organized in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Vol- untary Truck and Bus Fuel Economy Improvement Program has identified a number of ways to save, since not all methods and devices work on all types of trucks or buses. Some 423 million gallons of fuel have been saved in the past five years by adopt- ing radial-ply tires. Radials save by absorbing less ener- gy, which translates directly into fuel savings. Millions more gallons have been saved by adopting diesels instead of gasoline engines for many short-haul delivery trucks. A number of participants in the De- partment of Transportat...

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

PAGE 6 SACHSE SENTINEL DECEMBER 1978 it MRS. RONALD DOUGLAS WILLIAMS Couple United In Marriage Pauleta Sue Householder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Householder, 1418 Hillcrest Dr. in Garland, and Ronald Douglas Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Williams of Dallas, recited marriage vows on Saturday, November 18, 1978 at the First Baptist Church in Sachse, Texas. The Rev. Billy Joe Harris officiated at the 7:00 p.m. candlelight ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a formal-length gown of white qiana. Features of the gown were a Queen Anne neckline; long, full sleeves and a full, pleated skirt edged with lace and extending into a chapel-length train. Venise lace and seed pearls enhanced the bodice and appliques of Venise lace accented the sleeves. Her waltz-length veil fell from a cap of Venise lace and seed pearls. The top layer held appliques and the bottom layer was edged with lace. For the double-ring ceremony, Julie Polk of Rockwall served as matron of...

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

<§ At the wedding shower given for her, Becky Bailey receives some points oh being a new bride from Senior Citizen. Mrs. Ethel Wharton Becky Bailey Honored Becky Bailey, bride-elect of Anthony Rotan, was honored Sunday afternoon, November 19th, with a shower at the Sachse Community Building. The bride's colors of yellow and white were used by compliment the room and the thirty guests were served from the refreshement table with a floral center- piece of yellow daisies and white carnations, courtesy of the North Star Florist, owned by Sachse residents Jerry Spencer and Fred Miller. Tracey Bailey, sister of the bride-elect registered the guests while the gifts were being opened and displayed. Becky is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bailey of Williford Road and Anthony is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rotan of Rowlett. Hostesses for the occasion were Elna Wiseman, Judy Garrison, Anne Staples, Wanda Washburn and Ann Holman. The couple will be married at the Sachse Christian Chur...

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

PAGE 8 SACHSE SENTINEL DECEMBER 1978 GZZ&GZB Smoke Detectors Recalled 76 PERCENT OF SMOKE DETECTORS RECALLED IN TEXAS STILL TO BE LOCATED ENERALRULES FOR CHRISTMAS SAFETY • Keep matches, lighters, candles out of the reach of children. • Avoid smoking near flammable decorations. • Make an emergency plan to use if a fire breaks out anywhere in your home. See that each family member knows at least two escape routes. • Avoid wearing loose flowing clothes — especially long, open sleeves — near the open flames of a fireplace, stove, or candle-lit table • Never burn candles near evergreens on a mantlepiece or table Burning evergreens in- the fireplace can be hazardous. When dry, greens burn like tinder. Their flames can flare out of control, sending sparks flying about a room. • Plan for safety. Remember there is no substitute for common sense. Look for and eliminate potential danger spots near candles, fireplaces, trees, electrical connections. _ CWV TA0lr£T MAPf AZaJHP MOO 0t,PC5T K/...

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