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

POACHERS NABBED AUSTIN - - Poachers sometimes will go to great lengths to shoot a deer illegally and escape detection. But as three poachers in Edwards County discovered recently, game wardens also will go to great lengths to catch them. At 10:30 one evening in late December, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Warden Roger Long of Rocksprings saw a shot fired from a van into a pasture alongside Highway 674. The van left the scene, and Long searched the area where the shot was fired, discovering a six-point buck. Long then parked his car a short distance away and started a seven-hour vigil. Just before daylight, the van returned and a man carrying a briefcase jumped out and headed for the deer. Shortly afterward, the van came back by and picked up the man, and Long stopped the vehicle. They still had not picked up the deer carcass, but the briefcase containing a knife, gloves and coveralls added extra evidence to an already clear-case case. Long recovered the field-dressed buck and ...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1979

I Page 12 Sachse Sentinel March 1979 I FOR SALE-Potting Soil, Gardening Fertilizer, Worms for Gardening, Comport Heap & Fishing THE WORM PLACE Elm Grove Rd. 475-1415 FOR SALE- '69 Pontiac Catalina, excellent 2nd car. $500. or best offer 442-1057 or 442-2930 FOR SALE- Solid Oak Table & 6 chairs "40 x 60" -also 12 inch leaf 495-7779 Homemakers' hours are still long Time use surveys recently reported in Scientific Ameri- can show that today's home- maker who is not employed out- side the home actually spends more time in family-related tasks than women did in the 1920's—55 hours a week now as opposed to 52 hours then. Women who work outside the home spend about 26 hours a week on such activities. And contrary to what one might guess, full-time homemakers spend about an hour more on weekend housework than do employed women! What are some possible ex- planations for this? Non-em- ployed women may have more and/or younger children, em- ployed women may get more help from other mem...

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

FREE VOL. 4 NO. 4 APRIL 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Three Candidates File For Two Seats on Council KEITH MILL \?\ f/ ^ JAMES BODIFORD Keith Hill, a candidate for City Council, lives at 1212 Meadow in the Hilltop addition. Keith and his wife, Mary have lived in Sachse since July, 1977. Mr. Hill is employed at T.I. in Dallas and is project engineer in the Advance Technology Dept. of the Electro Optical Division. Mr. Hill was born in Ft. Worth, graduated from Central State University in Oklahoma with a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics. Later at University of Denver he received a Master Degree in Engineering. When not gardening and the yard is mowed, Keith and Mary enjoy camping out. James Bodiford, a can- didate for City Council in the April 7 election, lives at 2107 Cartwright. Mr. Bodiford and his wife, Jan have two children, Jill, 7 and Wes, 17. The Bodiford family moved to Sachse five years ago from the Pleasant Grove area of Dallas, and are active in the Assembly of God...

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

> Page 2 Sachse Sentinel April 1979 1 NEWS A ADVERTISING 4M-1231 *T. BOX 116-C OAKLAND, TX. 75040 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL Publisher k Editor: Joe J. A Pat Stone Route 2, Box 116C Garland, Texas 75040 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month. .uP°n. brought to the attention of the editor. person,firm, • - r appear in the columns of The -Srhtf Sentinel will gladly be corrected if those of the editors. deadunbs for the next issue of the sachse sentinel r?nuf^wt^?yf?tisement must made up - news stories or anyrw awl £°/™emonth. other items must be in by the any changes in ads already 20th of the month. £//f Council Hot it New Gallery MARCH 12, 1979 City Council met in regular session at 7:30 p.m., all members were present with one vacancy on the council. John Staples, who was appointed at the last council meeting to serve as Coun- cilman was given the oath of office by City Secretary, Ann Holman. Staples will serve the remainder of the term of Gail Davis, who r...

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

My name is James Bodiford, I have lived in Sachse almost five (5) years. I have been married to Jan Markham Bodiford for 21 years. We have a son Wes who is 17 and a junior at I Garland High School, also a daughter, Jill, age 10, a 5th grader at Northlake Elementary. We attend the Sachse Assembly of God Church. I own and operate Bodiford's Kwick Way (irocery. 1 am a member of the Dallas Racing Pigeon Club, The Texas Center of Racing Pigeon Clubs and The American Racing Pigeon Union. I have never been involved in our city government, except to vote and support those in office. 1 feel 1 have a Christian duty to become involved. 1 try to be a fair person and I care about what is right. If elected I will do my best to help make fair and honest decisions for our city. 1 am not ashamed to say 1 belong to God and try to conduct my life in a way that pleases him. Pol. Ad Paid lor liy James Bodiford Understanding £ Yourself OPEN LETTER to SACHSE CITIZENS April 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 3 I TP...

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

I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel April 1979 I (city council) March 26, 1979 City Council met in regular session with the Mayor and all Councilmem- bers present. Drainage Problem Behind McDearmond St.: A citizen, Mr.Carr had complained about sewage drain- ing onto his property from next door. Water Superintendent, Darrell Larey, reported that samples of the water draining onto Mr.Carr's property had been collected and tested by the County Health Dept. The County Health Dept. report showed that the water did . not come from a septic tank and was not septic water. Mr. Carr will be notified that the City, at this time will be unable to do anything. Enforcement of Dog Ordinance: Mr. Jesse Jay, a resident on Black - burn Rd.,asked that city enforce the dog ordinance. He said he and his wife were walking one evening and a dog came into the street and bit him. Mr. Jay stated, he had seen all size dogs, small and large running loose on the city streets and believed that something should be done. Cou...

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

. , Your Personal $ MONEY Management You can help your young- sters have a proper apprecia- tion of the dollar as they grow, if you allow them the right kind of allowance right now. The Consumer Credit Institute, a counseling service of over 800 consumer finance companies, has some sugges- tions as to how. Talk about the purchases that should be covered by the allowance. Misunderstandings about money take place too frequently among adults; with children, they can occur even more often if there is not enough open discussion. * * * Re-evaluate allowances periodically. Remember that children in older age brackets expect to purchase more from their allowances and urge your child to develop a regular savings program and include something for that in each weekly allowance. ♦ * * Teach teenagers about checking accounts. Under careful supervision, show them how to buy on credit and on installment buying plans. * * * A helpful planning guide on sound money and credit management entitled "The...

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

I Page 6 Sachse Sentinel April 1979 I National Library Week rnmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmnm § o o i! & o § g; 1 §1 Gymnastics A* toiiti «r Jazz X Disco SPECIAL MORNING CLASSES in TAP, BALLET, BATON ft GYMNASTICS S SHERRY MATLOCK &JEANNIE STRAIN OWNERS o g 1443 BUCKINGHAM at NORTH STAR RD. 494-1719 . 495-5338 . 279-6666 The late Will Rogers was a marvelous example of good nature. Said he, "I never saw a man I didn't like." W hat a beautiful, healing thought! All that loving good nature he sent out came back and blessed him with a wonderfully happy life. He was the living embodiment of the biblical truism, "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine, and "He that is of a merry heart hath a continual ftast."—Grenville Kleiser. m GIRL! We want to welcome all new people of our com- munity to our library. We have a fine selection of books, and if we don't have the book you need we will be glad to go to our Interloan Library System, and borrow it for you. This is a system that is helpful to stu...

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

Auxiliary Hosts Nostalgia Contest The Sachse Ladies Auxi- liary met March 20 at the Community Cneter with 15 members and 4 guests present. The guests consisted of Eva Ramirez, Jeannette Maher, Nancy Ammerine and LaRue Aey. discussion of the upcoming Rummage Sale was held. The ladies were asked to start saving large grocery bags and clothes hangers. The sale will be held at the Fire Station on Highway 78 May 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A bake sale will be held in conjunction with the Rummage Sale. A $25.00 gift certificate from Wylie Super Market will be given away as a door prize. Tickets for the door prize may be purchased from any Auxiliary or Fire Department member begin- ning April 15, for a 50 cent donation. Drawing will be held May 19 at 5 p.m. at the Fire Station. You do not have to be present to win. Following the business meeting, a Nostalgia Picture Contest was held. Fach lady brought a childhood picture of herself to the meeting which was placed on a large poster board with ...

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

I Page 8 Sachse Sentinel April 1979 i VisJL& Relive Fire Fighting of Yesteryear The Fire Museum of Tex- as is dedicated as the re- pository of artifacts and fire apparatus of the vol- unteer, professional and in- dustrial firemen, who have served so valiantly and cour- ageously the citizens of Texas. The State Firemen's and Fire Marshals' Association of Texas worked more than a year and a half to preserve at one place the colorful history of the 30 fire trucks from throughout Texas, some as old as 90 years. Located at 702 E. Safari Parkway, just 10 minutes east of Six Flags Over Texas, and two blocks from Grand Prairie exit off Interstate 30, the old Dal- las/Fort Worth Turnpike, the Museum building con- sists of 23,000 square feet in which 17,000 sq. ft. is used for current display area. The H.B. Toney Me- morial Theatre Room will seat 100 visitors for a showing of Safety and Edu- cational films, the Texas Forestry exhibit shows many normal hazards in a typical setting of rural...

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

fire safety tips from snuffy I April 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 9 I • Check household appli- ances for frayed cords and cracked plugs that could cause an electrical blaze. Make sure the cords aren't near radiators or other high-heat sources which could melt the insulation and expose the wires. To prevent wear, don't place cords under rugs, especially in high traffic areas. And, look for overloaded outlets which could cause electrical wiring to overheat. S? SPRING CLEANING FOR SAFETY'S SAKE Clutter should make you do more than mutter. It's a fire hazard. And what better time to rid your home of hot spots (things that cause fires) than during your spring clean up. Kids can help make your home fire safe. Make them «. family "hot spot spot- I" While it will help ed your clean up, it will also teach them an impor- tant fire safety lesson. Here are some tips from Snuffy®, the Burger King Talking Fire Engine, on how to free your home from fire-breeding hazards. • Toss out unused flam- mable...

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

I Page 10 Sachse Sentinel April 1979 I Cotddng Comer Tips To Help You CALIFORNIA SCRAMBLE-DELECTABLE Brighten a Sunday brunch with this colorful California Scramble. Chunks of fresh tomatoes and avocado sea- soned with a dash of lemon juice and garlic add a lively flavor touch. Made with cholesterol-free Morningstar Farms Scramblers egg sub- stitute and Breakfast Links, it makes a nutritious as well as appetizing entree. This is just one of the 200 low cho- lesterol recipes featured in the new Morningstar Farms Low Cholesterol Cook Book. Copies are available by sending $2.50 plus proof-of- purchase to Morningstar Farms Kitchens, 7123 West 65th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60638. CALIFORNIA SCRAMBLE 4 servings 2 cartons (1 cup) Morningstar Farms Scramblers 1 tablespoon margarine 5 Morningstar Farms Breakfast Links 1/2 cup chopped tomatoes 1/2 cup cubed, peeled avocado 1 tablespoon lemon juice Dash of garlic powder, if desired Dash of pepper 1 teaspoon minced parsley, if desired Cut each...

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

Businesses Contribute Bulk of State's Revenue AUSTIN, Tex. - - State Comptroller Bob Bullock said Texas businesses con- tribute the bulk of the sta^s revenue collected f^Bales taxes. ^Although it is often as- sumed that the sales tax is collected chiefly from the millions of consumer pur- chases that occur in retail stores throughout Texas, this is not the case," Bul- lock said. He said approximately 60 percent of all sales tax dollars are received from purchases made by businesses. Bullock's remarks were included in "Fiscal Notes", a monthly financial report published by the Comp- troller's Office. According to recent esti- mates by the Comptroller's Office, the state's four per- cent sales tax supplied Tex- as government with more than $2 billion in the last fiscal year, accounting for 40 percent of all tax dol- lars. The report also featured a state by state comparison of usury laws and basic rates on loans. The report showed that the most re- strictive rate limits are usually ap...

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

r., .... I Page 12 Sachse Sentinel April 1979 I FRONT LOADER SAND & LOAM SPREAD ROTARY TILLER GARDEN YARDS MOWING ERWIN CORNEHL BACK YARD CONTRACTOR 495-1179 Drownings Decrease in 1978 AUSTIN - - The death toll from drownings and other water-related acci- dents declined in 1978, with 596 deaths compared to 640 in 1977, according to Texas Parks and Wild- life Department. One of the most unusual statistics was that Harris County had only 37 water- related deaths where during most years about 50 people lost their lives in water. There were 32 fatalities in Tarrant County, 27 in Dallas, 26 in Cameron, and Brazoria County jumped from 12 to 22. Another oddity in the 1978 figures was in the age of victims. Usually the age group with the most victims is 16-20 but in 1978 the high-risk group was 21-25, with 91 victims. The most serious trage- dies occured during the Hill Country flooding where 26 people died. The floods seemed to hit older persons hardest, as 15 of the vic- tims were ove...

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

# THE SRCHSE SEnilHEl FREE Vol. 4 No. 5 MAY 1979 SACHS E TEXAS Published Monthly FREE NOTICE ! ! Law Enforcement For Dallas County As you have read recently in the two major Dallas newspapers, the crime rate in Dallas County is on a very rapid increase. With crime on such an increase the Dallas County Commissioners' Court is proposing to drastically reduce the Dallas Sheriff's Department patrol division. This reduction will affect every citizen of Dallas County whether you live in an incorporated city or un- incorporated area. But affected the most will be the smaller towns such as Sachse who rely totally upon the Sheriffs Depart- ment for its law enforce- ment agency. If you believe it is the duty of the Commissioners' Court, as required by the Constitution of The State of Texas, to protect the health, safety, and welfare of all of the citizens of Dallas County, regardless of their place of residence, then you are asked to sign a petition expressing this desire. To sign a petition ...

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

I Page Z Sachse Sentinel May 1979 I 1/ff C kuU Mites APRIL 9, 1979 City Council met in regular session at 7:30 p.m. All members were present. Council canvassed the returns of the April 7 • election. Ann Holman, City Secretary read the results 1 which were presented by the election judge, Mrs. Oliver. Results were: MAYOR - Tommy Roan-69 COUNCIL- Hill - 16 Bodiford — 64 Bailey - 72 One write-in vote was cast for Billy Carter for the Mayor's seat. City Secretary, Ann Holman administered the oath of office to the Mayor elect, Tommy Roan and councilmen James Bodiford and Clyde Bailey. Mr. Roan said he had enjoyed working with the outgoing councilmembers and he would like to see that they received plaques in recognition for their service. Jerry Young of Star Dental Mfg. Co. asked the city for a special permit for a mobile home to be located in Sachse which would be used as a dental office. Mr. Young, a representa- tive of the company, stated he wanted to set up an office for dental practi...

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

May 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 3 I Ann Jensen (left), Garland Schools' consultant for secondary language arts, instructed approximately 25 teachers from Richardson, Piano, Frisco, Carrollton- Farmers Branch and Tyler on how to develop a pro- gram similar to the Creative Thinking Workshop which she designed. The Creative Thinking Workshop for gifted and talented middle school students in Garland was identified by Region X Education Service Center as an outstanding curricular program. Definition of a Real Man One who has self-confidence but does not show it. One who can be courteous in the face of discourtesy. One who keeps his word, his temper, and his friends. One who wins respect by being respectable and respectful. One who understands people and can make himself under- stood by people. One who has a steady eye, a steady nerve, a steady tongue, and steady habits. One who is silent when he has nothing to- say. —Good Tiding,. Garland Choirs Earn First Division Rating The top choir fro...

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

1 11 I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel May 1979 Pension For WWI Vets Jack Coker, Waco VA Regional Office Director, today reminded World War I veterans that the $800 pension bonus Congress approved for them last year isn't automatic and, in fact, has some important strings attached. Many of the nearly 300,000 World War I veterans currently receiving VA pension payments apparently assumed they automatically qualified for the additional $800 pay- ment included under a revised pension plan passed by the 95th Congress, Coker said. But receipt of the bonus payment depends on the veteran's acceptance of the improved pension plan which, in some instances, would mean less income for the veteran, Coker pointed out. Many World War 1 veter- ans are receiving pension payments under a plan which doesn't count certain other income, such as rail- road retirement payments or a wife's income for computing the veteran's total income. Others receive VA pen- sion under a plan which guarantees they will continue ...

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

Boaters Smoke inlormatlon detector8 I May 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 5 I The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has two boating information packets which should be of interest to boaters this spring and summer. "Boating Basics" has 21 brochures with various information for both the new and experienced boater. "Whitewater Informa- tion" has 10 brochures of particular interest to the whitewater canoeist. To get these packets or for information about boat- ing, call the department on its statewide toll-free tele- phone line, 1-800-252-9327, or in Austin 475-4895. You may also send a request by mail to Water Safety Education, Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744. When buying lamb chops remember that ribs chops are likely to be more tender than shoulder chops. recalled As many aa 8,636 BRK SS749 series smoke detectors that may overheat and cause a fire inside the detector may still be in operation in Texas homes, says the manufac- turer, current...

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

III !ii I <3 I Page b Sachse Sentinel May 1979 I Sorority Elects New Officers Zeta Omicron Chapter no. 70976 Phi Sigma Alpha met for a regular meeting in the home of Laurie Schwenk in Sachse. Odie Hall, discussion leader, pre- sented a very inspirational program on "Giving Full Value." The following new officers were elected for the coming year. President - Marie Adams; 1st Vice President - Lee Miller; 2nd Vice President - Laurie Schwenk; Secretary — Sybal Wooston; Treasurer - Dorothy Marsh and Exten- sion Officer - Thelma Stanton. Present for the meeting were: Marie Adams, Ellen Anderson, Betty Gour, Jean Gurley, Bonnie Haldeman, Odie Hall, Margery Maraquin, Dorothy Marsh, Lee Miller, Naomi Reed, Laurie Schwenk, Alice Shipley, Sybal Woolston and Paula Yoes and one guest Barbara Hankins. MOTHER'S DAY- MAYjB 422-7571 MURPHY RD ■t F.M. 544 Hair styling For Entire Family Men A Boys Haircuts TUES. - SAT„9:00—5:00 OPERATED BY DOLORES CONNELLY Come By & Get Acquainted Rowlett Flori...

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