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

** ' * w.k -n+rt #>♦/ i .. r GREETINGS Extra! Extra! Read all about the Merry Christmas we wish you. May friendship and good cheer be the message of this season. The Sachse Sentinel DECEMBER 1978 SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 9 AUntg tk& Sojuty Sulfc 495-1231 TO REPORT NEWS OR ADVERTISE About sixty years ago a wealthy New Englander, re- turning from a caribou hunt in Canada, put ashore with his steam yacht on the Maine coast and loaded it with handsome young balsam firs. When the trees were set up for sale at Faneuil Hall market in Boston, they went like hot cakes. Almost overnight this evergreen became America's favorite Christmas tree * * * 2^(5 VETERANS ADMINISTRATION Among some 2.3 million Veterans Administration pension beneficiaries who will receive VA annual income question- naires this year will be 813,000 elderly veterans and nearly half a million children of deceased wartime veterans who have nver before been asked to fill out the forms, Jack Coker, Director of the Waco VA R...

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

PAGE 10 SACHSE SENTINEL DECEMBER 1978 How Sachse Voted Below showi how Sachse Voted in the Nov. general election. These are unofficial returns. Citizens of Sachse are divided into three precincts,with only a small portion being in 2204. CANDIDATES FOR: U. S. Senator D - Robert Krueger R - John Tower Rasa - Luis A. Delon Soc. - Miguel Pendas U. S. Representative Sth District D - Jim Mattox R - Tom Pauken Soc. - James M. White Governor D - John Hill R - Bill Clements Rasa - Mario Compean Soc. - Sara Jean Johnston Lt. Governor D Bill Hobby R - Gaylord Marshall Soc. - Andrea Doorack Attorney General D - Mark White R - Jim Baker Soc. - Agnes Chapa State Treasurer D • Warren G. Harding Soc. - Derrick Adams D - Henry Wade R - Dale McMahon District CM D • Bill Shaw R - Averil Sweitzer State Representative 33 P D - Bill Martin R - Bill Ceverha County Judge D - Garry Weber R - John Whittington County Clerk D - Larry Murdock R - Brenda J. Hamer County Treasurer D - Bill Melton R - George Burke...

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

City Council Notes .v„m vwv v ' Mill n i III IKII I i i ("('.('('I'l'i'tyw/1 iVl'iV/t DECEMBER 1978 SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 11 NOVEMBER 27, 1978 City Council met in regular session with all member present with the exception of councilman Davis. Request to close Francis St: James Hutchins,on behalf of the Sachse Baptist Church asked for the closing of Francis St. from third St. to Fourth St. The church owns a lot beside the street and wants to make a parking lot for church use. Discussion was held on what would happen to the Francis St. property once it is abandoned. Will it go to adjoining property owners?, in which there would be three or four envolved, plus there is a sewer line in the street. Mike Pezzulli, city attorney, stated he would need to check the State status on this. Tabled until next council meeting. Speed Limit Enforcement: Councilman Davis had reques- ted this item be placed on the agenda, but was absent. Mayor Roan had checked with the Sub-Station , and the Sheriff's D...

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

DECEMBER 1978 SENTINEL PAGE 12 North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK Anytime there is no rain for a week or ten days - water thoroughly! If a hard freeze is forcast - water thoroughly! Wet plants (roots and leaves) will not freeze nearly as easily as dry plants. All bulbs should be in the ground before mid-December. As a general rule the base of the bulb should be planted at a depth equal to three times it's diameter. Put one tablespoon of superphosphate in the hole and cover with one-quarter inch of dirt and peat moss mixed; then add two tablespoons of bone meal and cover lightly with dirt and peat moss. Sit the bulb in the hole, point up, and cover with removed dirt, or dirt and peat moss. Want to give a different Christmas gift this year? Give a Christmas Cactus - now flowering - so pretty — and so reasonable - give a lasting gift. A BIT ABOUT CHRISTMAS CACTUS (schlubbergera bridgesi): Grows wild in Brazilian rain forests, hanging from tree limbs. This plant, like Poinsettia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

.. : 3 THE SflCHSE SEIITIIIE1 FREE Vol. 4 # 1 JANUARY 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Hot Air Balloon Lands In Sachse Many spectators watched as a hot air balloon, piloted by J. I". "Jim Marshall of Dallas, landed at Willow Lake on Merritt Rd. just ott Sachse Rd., at about 5:30 p.m. December 21, 1(>78. A hot air balloon is fueled by propane gas, which when ignited, produces a blast of fire and hot air into the balloon. Mr. Fred Foster of Dallas, the owner of the balloon, was out on this warm December afternoon receiving instruc- tions from the pilot Jim Marshall. Mr. Marshall, a professional instructor, also does promotional work and will give balloon rides up into the blue yonder. The many spectators who watched the balloon land were quite amazed as the balloon appeared over North Garland, drifting slowly to the Northeast over the Roadside I'ark on Highway 78. Drifting continued Northeast as Mr. Foster and Mr. Marshall powered the balloon up and down with the blast of f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

[ Page 2 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 QUICK QUIZ NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 AT. 2-BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Pat Stone Route 2, Box 116C Garland, Texas 75040 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month. 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. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL ANY NEW ADVERTISEMENT MUST BE IN BY THE 15th OF THE MONTH. ANY CHANGES IN ADS ALREADY MADE UP - NEWS STORIES OR OTHER ITEMS MUST BE IN BY THE 20th OF THE MONTH. WORDS TO LIVE BY "Never attempt to bear more than one kind of trouble at once. Some people bear three kinds — all they have had — all they have now — and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

' OPEN > THE GROOMING HUTCH AN ALL-BREED DOG GROOMING SALON Serving Sachse, Garland, Wylie, Rockwall Area "EXPERIENCE WITH A GENTLE TOUCH" For Information Call 442-1773 8 GREETINGS / "7Z c<?Axe 8Ac«. a Some astronomers believe that Pluto is not a planet at all, but a runaway moon belonging to Jupiter or Neptune. f SEMI-ANNUAL SALE 20%OFF CUSTOM DRAPERIES WOVEN WOODS, MINI-BUNDS, CARPET, WALLCOVERINGS, BEDSPREADS, PAINT Select from everything in our Colorvan ... over 3,000 samples "Limited Time Only" fi MEASURED TAILORED INSTALLED on your rod PICTURE WINDOW 105" W. X 90"L BEAUTIFUL SOLO SELFLINED ANTIQUE SATH* Discount applies to all lines, all styles, all colors... and Fabric and Labor TOO! Free Professional decorating service in your home. Never any charge or obligation 276-1601 the important decisions should be made at home. Ring out, New Year! Share your blessings with our dear friends, neighbors. Jewelry, Cosmetics, and Cifts For The Home Call For Appointment -495-1213- Na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

□ Page 4 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 ] Council Hot9t DECEMBER 11, 1978 Council met in regular session at 7:30 p.m., all members were present with the exception of councilman Mardis. Annexation & Water Service: R. H. Folstad, owner of one acre of land in Collins County, in No. 402 Herring Survey, requested to be annexed into the city, so he can get water. Discussion was held on what and how this could be done. Charles Foster had given an estimate on 700 ft. of line, from Ingram Rd. to Mrs. Whorton's home, using 4 inch plastic line at $1.13 for pipe, 90 cents to lay it, for a total of $1,421.00 or $1,695.40 with gate valve, etc. *to complete the line. Mr. Folstad could then tie on, at this point and continue his line.. Discussion continued as to new growth etc. in the area. City engineer, Knickerbocker, recommended that the city go to a 6 inch line. Councilman Davis made the motion to run a 6 inch line to the corner of Mr. Folstad's property, then Mr. Folstad would pay a pro-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

9 REPAIRS LESSONS SAM'S FIDDLE SHOP 495-3214 FIDDLES BOUGHT & SOLD SACHSC. TEXAS SAM CRUMPLEY Ancient people believed a birthstone brought good luck to the wearer and also in- fluenced a person's personal- ity by strengthening such traits as courage, sincerity, and loyalty, according to The World Book Encyclopedia. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION * ♦ ♦ Volunteers at Veterans Administration medical centers logged nearly 1 1 million hours of service to veterans last year. Each month, some 100,000 volunteers are on duty in VA health care facilities and in community care activities. * * * As part of its work therapy program, the Veterans Administration has 66 printing plants in its medical centers. Last year this therapeutic training helped 33 former patients find jobs in private offset printing shops. ♦ * * Presidential certificates honoring some 3.1 million deceased armed forces veterans have been issued to the next of kin since the program began in 1%2. The certificates bear the Presiden...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

Page 6 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 f /*- >;■;up * 4 MRS. JAMES A. ROTAN ROTAN, BAILEY RECITE VOWS Becky Bernice Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Bailey, 4209 Williford Rd., Sachse, and James Anthony Rotan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Rotan, of Rowlett, recited marriage vows Decem- ber 3rd, 1978, in a 3:00 pm ceremony at the Sachse Christian Church in Sachse, Texas. For the double ring ceremony, Tracy Bailey served as her sister's maid of honor. Terry L. Kimball of Rowlett served as best man. The couple was graduated from Garland High School in 1978. They will make their home in Garland. Sears honors Devon Reed <yoV v> w* whbk#. A WJ Devon Reed of Sachse with wife, Naomi, their children and grandchildren which were present to help Devon celebrate his day on December 14 Sybol Woolston, Paula Yoes, Ellen Anderson, Alice Shipley and Verna Schafer (not shown) are all new members of the Zeta Omicron Sorority Eleven Members Receive Ten Year Pins Texas Zeta Omicron - Phi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

PRE SCHOOL PATTER Pictured, showing one of the beautiful hand-made quilts which they made and sold at the recent Holiday Sale in December, are Edith Bailey, Anna Laura Skinner, Ruth i ranklin, Ethel Blassingame, Lula Rasure, Eloise Bailey and Jewell Salmon, members ol the Sachse Assembly ol God Church and their friends The pre-schoolers have been busy during the holiday season. The first of December they wrote letters to Santa and then took a field trip to the Post Office and mailed them. They also took a tour of the Post Office. They each made a special surprise for their Mom and Dad. One day we made Christmas cookies and decorated them. They practiced Christmas songs for the program they gave for their parents on December 14th. On Friday, Decem- ber 15th, they had their Christmas party and had a visit from Santa. If you have a pre-schooler and are interested in our pre-school, contact J AN FT HUGHS at 495-1266. January 1979 The Sachse Sentine'i j^age I E I At the annual Christmas ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

[ Page 8 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 H DOES THE DRIVER IN YOUR PARTY KNOW WHEN TO SAY "WHEN"? § Giving a party for New Year's? Do someone a favor and make sure your guests know when to say "when." Drinking and driving may cause half of all fatal traffic accidents. Don't try to drive when you've been drinking. And do your part to keep drunk drivers off the road. fcw. diive Texas OH ice of Traffic Saftty Very early in life, we learn that good hard cash makes a nice soft place on which to fall. Facts from a pro on driving to survive. Q. I'm a merchanl in small town with my store located on the main street. We have angle parking out front and I he cit y man- ager is trying to change it to parallel park- ing. This is going to cut out more than half of the parking available for my customers. He tells me it's a matter of safety. Is this true? T.G., Columbus A. Yes it is. Angle parking has long been a prim- ary cause of accidents in the downtown sections o! busy, small towns. Drivers t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

" Those Lucky Black-eyed Peas Although black-eyed peas are served year-round, most Southerners consider them a must on New Year's Day. Tradi- tionally, one hearty serving will guaran- tee good luck for the entire year. TASTY BLACK-EYED PEA DIP i/j pound dried black-eyed pens 2 cups water 114 teaspoons salt 1 i cup diced lean ham 12 teaspoon red food coloring 1 (4-ounce) can green chiles , 1 cup tomato juice 12 cup chopped onion 'h teaspoon garlic powder ' 2 (8-ounce) jar process cheese spread '4 teaspoon hot pepper sauce Wash peas; cover with water and al- low to soak overnight. Drain peas and cover with 2 cups water in a heavy saucepan; bring to a boil, l ower temperature, cover pan. and simmer for 30 minutes. Add salt and ham. and simmer 25 to 30 minutes long- er: add red food coloring. Drain peas, reserving liquid. Drain and chop chiles, reserving 2 tablespoons liquid. Place peas, chiles, reserved juice from chiles, tomato juice, onion, and garlic powder in blender con- tainer; b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

Page 8 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 J DOES THE DRIVER IN YOUR PARTY KNOW WHEN TO SAY "WHEN"? «K Giving a party for New Year's? Do someone a favor and make sure your guests know when to say "when." Drinking and driving may cause half of all fatal traffic accidents. Don't try to drive when you've been drinking. And do your part to keep drunk drivers off the road. > drive Yrieqdly Ttxas OH let ot Traffic Safety Very early in life, we learn that good hard cash makes a nice soft place on which to fall. Facts from a pro on driving to survive. Q. I'm a merchant in small (own with my store located on the main street. We have angle parking out front and the city man- ager is trying to change it to parallel park- ing. This is going to cut out more than half of the parking available for my customers. He tells me it's a matter of safety. Is this true? T.G., Columbus A. Yes it is. Angle parking has long been a prim- ary cause of accidents in the downtown sections of busy, small towns. Dri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

Those Lucky Black-eyed Peas Although black-eyed peas are served year-round, most Southerners consider them a must on New Year's Day. Tradi- tionally, one hearty serving will guaran- tee good luck for the entire year. TASTY BLACK-EYED PEA DIP 1/2 pound (tried black-eyed peas 2 tups water 1Vi teaspoons salt 1 cup diced lean ham Vi teaspoon red food coloring I (4-ounce) can green chiles 1 cup tomato juice 1 2 cup chopped onion ' teaspoon garlic powder Vi (8-ounce) jar process cheese spread Vi teaspoon hot pepper sauce Wash peas; cover with water and al- low to soak overnight Drain peas and cover with 2 cups water in a heavy saucepan: bring to a boil. Lower temperature, cover pan. and simmer for 30 minutes. Add salt and ham, and simmer 25 to 30 minutes long- er: add red food coloring. Drain peas, reserving liquid. Drain and chop chiles, reserving 2 tablespoons liquid. Place peas, chiles, reserved juice from chiles, tomato juice, onion, and garlic powder in blender con- tainer: blend to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

Page 10 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 I ... The Value of a Smile . .. It costs nothing, but creates much. It enriches those who receive, without impoverishing those who give. It happens in a flash and the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. No one is so rich he can get along without it, and none so poor but that he is richer for its benefits. It creates happiness in the home, fosters good will in business, and is the countersign of friends. It is rest to the weary, daylight to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and Nature's best antidote for trouble. 9 Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen, for it is something that is no earthly good to anybody until it is given away! And, if, in the hurry and rush of the day, you meet some one who is too weary to give you a smile — leave one of yours. For no one needs a smile so much as those who have none left to give. A survey showed that flowers with white or cream-colored petals gave off the most perfume. Gymnastics y (."'...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

Letters To The Editor [ January 1979 The Sachse Sentinel Page 11 ] In May of 1965, I moved to a little town called Sachse, population 300, "The Town With a Future." I was invited to attend a Volunteer Fire Department Meeting. After a meeting or two, 1 became a full-pledged Volunteer Fireman. The Fire Station, at this time was located next to Lee Hutson's Grocery (which is now Paul's Grocery). When the fire phone would ring, a loud horn on a telephone pole would sound and Lee would stop what he was doing and run rvn g>*'er to the fire station and answer the Jl Mfe phone, if it was a fire call, he would turn on a loud siren, that could be heard all over town, and everyone would rush to the station to see what type of fire we had. The old fire station has been torn down, but there are still a lot of stories that could be told about Fire Station No. 1. Later a new station was bought from Mr. Phillip (Phillip's Welding Shop), Fred Whit fill was the Chief before and after the move to t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1979

Page 12 The Sachse Sentinel January 1979 ] HOLE DRILLING FOUNDATION & SIGN HOLES DUG HOLE SIZES 10-14 • COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL 18-24 30-36 10 ft. DEEP PHONE 327-5424 When a gentleman entered a flower shop where a sign read: "Say it with Flowers". He ordered a rose. "Only One?" asked the florist." Only one, "Replied the gentlemen. "I am a man of few words." HEATING-COOLING GARLAND, TEXAS 278-6600 Quality Service * Installation and Serrk* oa Air Conditioning £ Heating Uoita •Sell and Install Storm Windows and Attic Veatflaton Let Ui Help Yo« Conaerre Energy and Get Your Honae Ready for the WINTER WEATHER RAY SEYMORE GARLAND, TEXAS GLEN GURLEY SACHSE, TEXAS ORDINANCE NO. 249 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SACHSE, TEXAS REGULATING THE MOTOR VEHICLE GROSS WEIGHT LIMITATIONS UPON WILLIFORD ROAD TO 5,000 POUNDS PER VEHICLE; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AS SUCH PENALTY IS PRESCRIBED BY THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF SACHSE. WHEREAS, Governing Body of the City of Sachse, in com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1979

THE SRCHSE FREE VOL 4 NO 2 FEBRUARY 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Tree Limbs Pick Up Lester Bailey Honored Almost everyone in the City of Sachse has broken tree limbs from the January ice storm. It has created many problems, and the city officials realize and are trying to solve the removal problem, but the bad weather has slowed this down. The city has made arrangements to have all of the limbs removed by Mr. Cosby, the sanitation collector. If the residents of Sachse will trim cut and place your tree limbs in front of your home it will be picked up FREE as soon as weather and time permits. Mayor Roan said this will be done as an extra service to Sachse residents, it WILL NOT be picked up with your regular garbage collection. Two locations have been set aside for the dumping of TREE LIMBS ONLY, if you wish to take them there yourself. Locations are: Behind the Ball Park and in the vacant land behind Sachse South and Pondefosa Dr. off Ben Davis. Entrance is at Ben Davis a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1979

ft# I Page 2 The Sachse Sentinel February 1979 I NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT. 2-BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Pat Stone Route 2, Box 116C Garland, Texas 75040 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month. 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. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL ANY NEW ADVERTISEMENT MUST BE IN BY THE 15th OF THE MONTH. ANY CHANGES IN ADS ALREADY MADE UP - NEWS STORIES OR OTHER ITEMS MUST BE IN BY THE 20th OF THE MONTH. + + + PUT ON YOUR SPECTACLES The poet Southey, in one of his letters, recalls a story from Spain that has a needed suggestion for people any- where, and at an...

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