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

• aSNHkLA-L'-L s+~ . Ice Storm of 1979 February 1979 The Sachse Sentinel Page 3 !S' M ' ','5. Em* .« a .;. SCENES AROUND SACHSE AFTER THE JANUARY 1979 ICE STORM V W t ym ^. a5 :Vt- **>■' v r i v \ j ,14 •* #*• * ■ JK V j\ f s At the end of another clay and month of one of the worst ice storms in many years for Sachse, it is now time to clean up. Most Sachse homes were spared damage from the storms, most of the damage was to trees with broken limbs. The city itself had heavy road damage and a few frozen pipes in the water pMpttBMMMMttMMMMMM* system. Some homes were without electric power for 3 to 4 days, but most power was restored "witH a minimum of power outage. This storm was in most part a surprise to everyone, because no one was prepared. All of you have heard ot me Civil Defense program supported by the Federal, State and local Government, but most people think of this program as a war time program. A few years ago the Government changed that name to "Civil Prepared- ness" a...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1979

Page 4 The Sachse Sentinel February 1979 N—d homts on octioqo W# D%al In Country Property One To Be Remembered Odie Hall Realtors IfAUO#* AGENT 276-0021 272-8214 HIGHWAY 78 • - SACHSE Want To Be A Fireman The Sachse Volunteer Fire Depart- ment will begin a "rookie" training school for this year beginning February 15, 1979. Anyone wishing to help the Fire Dept. protect the city and become a member, they can be certified as a volunteer fireman, by the State, under this program. This program covers training in fire fighting, fire department organization, first aid, community relation and arson detection. It is a very interesting training program and will also serve as a refresher course for the present members. Sachse does have a certified and a very qualified training officer to teach and instruct this program. In May we will go to the County Training School to partici- pate in the actual fighting of just about all types of fires. See you, at "Rookie School" on February. 15. For more ...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1979

SCHOOL REPORT In December of 1978 the City of Sachse sent a survey to all residents of Sachse asking that they give a count of all pre-school and school age children. This survey was made at the request of concerned citizens who would like to have a future school in Sachse. These figures will be turned in to the Garland School District. This survey form was sent out in December and residents were asked to reply as soon as possible. As of January 18, 1979 a total of 98 residents had filed a report. The following is a report of the School Census by age: Pre-School 47 Ages - 6 thru 12 80 Ages - 12 thru 14 32 Ages - 15 & over 32 This is a total of 191 pre-school and school age children reported. AFTER HOURS & WEEK ENDS CITY OF SACHSE WATER SUPT. Phone 495-9341 [f SEMI-ANNUAL SALE 20%0FF CUSTOM DRAPERIES WOVENWOODS, MINI-BLINDS, CARPET, WALLCOVERINGS, BEDSPREADS, PAINT Select from everything in our Colorvan ... over 3,000 samples FINAL DAYS OF SALE : : MEASURED TAILORED INSTALLED...

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

I •• I Page 6 The Sachse Sentinel February 1979 I To Visit Mexico Gymn«tk, Ballet Jazz WIRUNG Disco X SPECIAL MORNING CLASSES in TAP. BALLF.T, BATON & GYMNASTICS SHERRY MATLOCK & JEANNIE STRAIN OWNERS 1443 BUCKINGHAM at NORTH STAR RD. 494-1719 . 495-5338 . 279 6666 § MiiOQOQOOOOQQQQQQOOOOOOQOOOOOOQOQOQOOOlf # Sherise Matlock, along with her team the Calico Kids Senior Featurettes, will be leaving for Monterrey, Mexico on March 14 for 5 days where they will teach baton twirling. Sherise is a 7th grade student at Bussey Middle School where she is Feature Twirler for the Owlet band. n | j 111 a 11111111111 u mirmnmm i«w 1 t # HAVE A HAPPY DAY !| tllUllliumi ninniiinmumitf Birthdays CITY OF SACHSE WATER SUPT. AFTER HOURS k WEEKENDS 495-9341 HAIR HUT 422-7571 / MURPHY Rl) at F.M 544 Hair styling I' or Entire Family Men &. Bovs Haircuts UNDER Come \ G E M i Acquainted PRE SCHOOL PATTER DON'T FORGET VALENTINE'S DAY A BELATED Happy Birthday Robert (Buddy) Stone Love Mother Happy...

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

Ok 10 f Library Hours Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Your l.ihran 12 - 5 3 - 5 12 - 5 1 supppose all of the residents of Sachse have been reading the articles in the papers and also the news on TV about the possibility of our County Libraries being closed. It is up to the residents of our town to get in the act and show your appreciation to the County for furnishing us new I^Mrooks each month. We have been open ^^Beven years and the County has given our city over five thousand books. The way you can show your apprecia- tion is by coming and using your library. We have a circulation report that is sent to the County each month showing how many books that the residents of Sachse are using, sometimes I am ashamed of my report, so please help me to make it better. This is an item 1 hate to renew, but due to the fact so many patrons are so late returning their library books we are going to start as of Feb. 1st, fining each patron two cents a day for each overdue book. If you hurry you can be...

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

I Page 8 The Sachse Sentinel February 1979 I North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z.PARK Remove tree limbs broken by the recent ice storm. Cut large limbs back as close to the trunk as possible. Coat exposed area with pruning paint to keep out moisture and insects. If the limb or trunk is split, and not broken off, there is a possibility it can be repaired. Don't cut it off until you have talked to a reputable arborist. Beware of itinerant door-to-door, so- called "tree surgeons," or arborists. Most of these characters don't know any more about repairing a tree than you do. Consult the yellow pages, or seek the advice of your nurseryman about who to call. A lot of the damage will be healed by nature, so don't get excited about doing much until warm weather when you can see what is dead and what is alive. It may be hard to believe but some trees will grow back to be more attractive as a result of the ice damage. Give nature a chance to see what she can do. Plant pansies and snapdragons...

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

Excellent Tear For Hunters, Fishermen AUSTIN - - The year 1978 was a good one for the hunter and fishermen of Texas. A better than expected deer season, higher numbers of some waterfowl and upland game birds, increased catches of non-native fish and numerous new state fish records all were indicators of a successful year for the state's outdoors- men. The weather started out badly, but dry early spring conditions eased with late spring and summer rains. Deer and turkey populations responded to the improved cover and forage and provided a good lunting season, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Reports from throughout the Edwards Plateau and South Texas hunting areas indicated there were plenty of deer and their body condition was generally good. Antler development was somewhat depressed because of the early spring drought. Accurate estimates of the statewide deer and turkey harvest will he available in early 1979, but indications are that the season was a good one ...

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

• • •••• 11 ■i. Hi 1 • ill I- Page 10 The Sachse Sentinel February 1979 I VETERANS ADMINISTRATION The Veterans Administration wants to identify a relatively small group of veterans' survivors who are eligible for a new form of VA compensation payments authorized just before Congress adjourned in October. Members of the group are survivors of certain totally service-connected disabled veterans who died prior to October 1, 1978, of non-service-connected causes. Jack Coker, Waco VA Regional Office Director, said the agency's problem is that its records system is not designed to identify survivors of these veterans. "While we believe the number of these spouses and children is relatively small, we are doing everything we can to make sure that all potentially eligible survivors are made aware of these new benefits," Coker said. "We are seeking the cooperation of the national veterans organizations and the press in bringing this to the attention of potential beneficiaries," Coker said. Se...

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

F" f he Creative Chef r A TASTE OF ROMANCE FROM THE SEA CAPTAINS The seventies has wit- nessed the growing popular- ity of the romantic novel reflecting that people still search for a touch of ro- mance in their lives. Many of these novels revolve around the passions of the sea adventurers and captains who spent their days in search of exotic goods and spices to bring back to their homelands. The following recipe calls for curry. The first people use curry were the Jiinese, but today we think 5f curry as an Indian season- ing. In Indonesia it is so im- portant that the word curry almost means "dinner." To make dinner com- plete, we use Smooth & Easy Sauce and Gravy- Maker, from the makers of Blue Bonnet Margarine. Thanks to convenient prod- ucts like Smooth & Easy, even working women who don't have much time to prepare meals can bring a taste of romance to the table in just a few minutes. Smooth & Easy is a mix- ture of margarine oils and flour combined and cooked with h...

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

a I I Page 12 The Sachse Sentinel February 1979 New Fence Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 251 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SACHSE, TEXAS, AMENDING SECTION 2 OF THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY, ORDINANCE NUMBER 166, TO CHANGE THE FENCE, WALL OR HEDGE HEIGHT LOCATED IN FRONT OF THE FRONT BUILDING LINE FROM THREE (3) FEET IN HEIGHT TO FOUR (4) FEET IN HEIGHT WITH FIFTY PERCENT (50%) VISABILITY AND LIMITING THE TYPE OF FENCING OF THE FRONT BUILD- ING LINE TO WOOD OR CHAINLINK FENCING. WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Sachse, and the governing body of the City of Sachse, in compliance with the State Law with reference to amending the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, have given the requi- site Notices by publication and otherwise, and after holding due hearings and affording a full and fair hearing to all persons interested in the zoning regulations of the City, the governing body of the City of Sachse is of the opinion that the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinanc...

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

THE SHCH5E SEIITIIIEL FREE VOL. 4 NO. 3 MARCH 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Authorization of Seaplane at Lake Lavon * cedar grove park Cvllroki PARK brato lakeland park ticky creek park culleok pebble beach park Little ridge j CLEAR lake , par HEADQUARTERS AREA lavonia park •S avalon park eas fork park lavon lake SEAPLANE PILOT ADVISORY MAP LEGEND Landings and takeoffs prohibited outside line. A minimum distance of 500 feet from shore or structures must he maintained during takeoffs and landings. Commercial Seaplane Operations restricted to this area, if allowed under special permit from the District Engineer. Commercial operations will be limited to the hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, from 1 November to 1 April. The final plan was developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District after close coordination with the Federal Aviation Administra- tion, U.S. Coast Guard, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and members of the general public ...

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

I Page 2 Sachse*Sentinel March 1979 I NEWS « ADVERTISING 496-1231 "T. 2-BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 THE SACH8E SENTINEL Publisher Sl Editor: Joe J. A Pat Stone Route 2, Box 116C Garland, Texas 7S040 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the fust 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 15 th OF THE MONTH. ANY CHANGES IN ADS ALREADY MADE UP - NEWS STORIES OR OTHER ITEMS MUST BE IN BY THE 20th OF THE MONTH. Did it ever strike you that goodness is not merely a beautiful thing, but by far the most beautiful thing in the whole world? So that nothing is to be compared for value with goodn...

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

r m Cltq Council Notes I March 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 3 I FEBRUARY 12, 1979 City Council met in regular session at 7:30 p.m., with councilmen Davis and Anderson absent. It was noted that Sachse's water bill, from North Texas, had been raised to $1,592.42 per month for 1979. North Texas bills the city of Sachse each month and then at the end of the year a bill is sent for the final meter reading. A public hearing was held on the tannexation of approximately 645 acres of land north of Sachse. A petition, that it was their wish to be in the city limits of Sachse, had been filed by the land owners on all parcels of land to be annexed. There were no objections. Council voted to accept this petition for annexation into the city of Sachse. All voted for. Ordinance No. 252 was presented for the annexation of the above land mentioned. Council voted to approve Ordinance No. 252 for Annexation of Propeity. Mayor Roan requested that the council consider a 5% pay raise for all city employees,...

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

^ • r I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel March 1979 G@@B CIT17SBN&WEP * * * * WHAT OTHERS ARE DOING • HOW YOU CAN HELP Helping To Win F Baseball players are going to bat against cancer for four-year-old Dawn Cox. Kansas City Royals players Jerry Terrell (far left in photo) and mustachioed A1 Hrabosky, along with other teammates, held base- ball clinics in Dawn's home- town of Poland, Ohio, to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Hospital, where she is being treated. Prime organizer of the event and other benefits to aid the hospital is Avon Representative Connie Coloutes (holding Dawn). Co-chairman of St. Jude fund-raising in the Poland area, Mrs. Coloutes first heard of Dawn's plight three years ago when, with little hope for survival, Dawn was referred to St. Jude. Mrs. Coloutes and other representatives in the vicin- ity championed Dawn's cause with a variety of fund- raising events that resulted in the group's recent $2,500 donation to the hospital. Today, a plaque at the hos- pital re...

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

Calico Kids Return To Mexico Twenty five twirlers and coaches from Calico Kids Featurettes will return to Monterrey Mexico this month to perform and teach baton twirling to several hundred Mexican children and instructors as a part of the International Friendship Through Youth Activities program. This year at the request of the Mexican contengency of this program, Saltillo will be added to the performing and teaching tour. The eventual goal of the participants •of this program is to attain enough world interest in twirling which is basically a U.S. sport to have it become an Olympic event. Mexico is very new at twirling and the National Champion twirling group is a Parade Corp. which was taught by the Featurettes & their coaches last June. Their coach is a P.E. teacher who acquired her basic skills through watching television and is improving her knowledge at the workshops taught by the Featurettes and their coaches. Several countries in addition to the U.S. already twirl. They ...

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

I Page 6 Sachse Sentinel March 1979 I CHARLES BARTLETT Songs Say Something To Everyone Songs say something to everyone; or so says Charles Bartlett, and he should know. During the past month Charles has had the opportunity to perform in several Central Texas Cities. One of the most popular acts of the show is Charles' "Robbie the Robot." In this act Charles combines the popular art of Mime with singing. This had indeed proved to be a favorite with his audience and was requested again and again during his recent appearance at Houston and also during his show at the State Fair. Performing is his great love and Charles' family shares that love. Dad and Charles often perform together as the "Dynamic Duo," and with a little coaxing sister Tammy (a real beauty and talent award winner herself) will get into the act. Brother Rusty does his bit with the music and sound effects and Mom is quite a manager. Charles is 17 years old and attends Berkner High School in Richardson. In addition to hi...

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

SABRINA CORLEY Named To Deans' Honor Roll Sabrina Corley was named to the deans' honor roll at Texas Tech University the fall semester. A former North Garland graduate, she was also initiated into the Kappa Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega a national social sorority at Texas Tech, where she is currently a freshman. The formal ceremony was held on Febrary 10, 1979. Overall require- ments included at least a two point grade average, two campus activities, pledge tests, along with the completion of a semester of pledgeship. On March 3, 1979 Sabrina will be initiated into Phi Eta Sigma a scholastic honor society for students who during their freshman year have distinguished themselves scholastically. Only some two and one-fourth percent of students in the freshman class attain the honor each year. This membership in Phi Eta Sigma is the finest Scholastic distinction a freshman can attain at Texas Tech University. Sabrina is the daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Tommy J. Roan, 5410 Pecan Grove, Sachse...

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

I Page 8 Sachse Sentinel March 1979 I A New Basic Cookbook Desig ned For To da y's Lifestyles Changing family lifestyles during the last decade have had a profound effect on how Americans eat and how they cook. And with these changes has come the need for a new basic cookbook designed for the way fami- lies live today. To answer this need, there is a new and revised edition of Betty Crocker's Cookbook designed for the way Americans cook today. It includes time-honored favorites plus new recipes developed especially for this book. Each one is stream- lined to fit into today's life- styles And all of them are success-assured recipes be- cause they were developed and tested in the Betty Crocker Kitchens, and then families all across the coun- try tested them again in their homes. The new, unique organi- zation features six big, sim- plify i chapters planned the way onsumers plan a meal. Ther are more than 1500 reci es and all are made fron scratch with no mixes, nany were developed ike...

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

11-YEAR OLD LANDS 69-LB. CATFISH AUSTIN - - One of the more remark- able catches in recent years has been certified by the State Fish Records Committee of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Eleven-year-old Darlan Ray Storm, Jr. of Caldwell managed to land a 69-pound blue catfish below Lake Somerville Dam last May. That the youngster was able to handle a fish approximately his own size is notable enough, but the lad was able to ^do it with a six-pound-test line. It took about 45 minutes for young rStorm to land the fish, which bested the old rod and reel record for the species by three pounds. The catfish was 49 Vi inches long and 30 Vi inches in girth. The blue catfish state record in the 'unrestricted" category is only one pound heavier, and that fish was caught on a trotline in 1965 near Port Arthur. "LOCKY" SHRIMP AUSTIN - - People will do strange things to win prize money. Some Louisiana shrimpers recently were anxious to collect some cash prizes being offered by the Natio...

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

I Page 10 Sachse Sentinel March 1979 7 North Lake Nursery News DO YOUR SHOPPING MERE] mmm 3 Paul's Grocery YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD $TORE HWY. 78 k 3rd. SACHSE fh. 495-1132 OPEN: 6:00 All to 10.-0# PM SUNDAY HOURS: 9:30 All lo 10:00 PM ' * hamburgers - sandwiches - tacos - Call in your order & we'll have 'em ready Ph. 495-3122 'Meat Ecmsydo isPaSEGS "Produce w rass w^sssssa t WE SELL MONEY ORDERS WE RENT SHAMPOOERS WE MAKE KEYS WE RENT T. V. *i 10 oz. Dr. Pepper-12^ 16 oz. Dr. Pepper-18^ 32-oz. Dr. Pepper-33£ Plus Tax & Deposit WE - DONT - HAVE - EVERYTHING BUT-WE - TRY CARLSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Visa * Master Charge HIGHWAY 78 • • SACHSE YOUR 276-3828 FEODERS DEALER L A -WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT- CITY CONVENIENCE with COUNTRY PRIVACY ROLLING TERRAIN, TREES, STREAMS, PONDS From 2 to 20 Acres Northeast Dallas County Garland School District {TALL (214) 2704481 Mai Sckill 1 Asssclstss Spring is almost here — and what a grea...

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