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

Couple Honored on 65th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Cook were honored on their 65th anniversary with a buffet luncheon, Sunday, March 25th in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stracener of 5102 Sachse Road in Sachse. The couple's six children, a sun and wife and five daughters and their husbands were present; also ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Others attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Devon Reed, Mrs. Venita Tuggle and children, Mrs. Tuggle's sister Carol, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brewer. Many old and new friends called and sent cards of congratulations and best wishes which enhanced the joy on the Cook's 65th wedding anniversary. L'y\ t t; ' j-;:f ' : .%• : Returns From Mexico Gina Kirkpatrick, 9-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kirkpatrick, has just returned from Monterrey, Mexico where she preformed as well as assisted the Sr. Featurettes in teaching. Gina is a 3rd grade student at Northlake Elementary and a member of the Calico Kids Jr. Featurettes. She has tw...

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

I Page 8 Sachse Sentinel May 1979 iHGtHOM IN HO MS DiCOR Helpful Tips On Low-Cost Decorating Cdeas Live You don't have to destroy your budget to bring new life to your living room. Often all it takes is one dra- matic focal point to high- light all the room's fine qualities. That fascinating feature can be a view, a wall of books, an arrangement of pictures or a fireplace. Where no architectural or visual feature exists, an effective accent can be created with paneling. For example, a wall pan- eled in an antique-finished hardwood veneered panel- ing, such as Georgia-Pacific's Renaissance Tuscany, can be combined with a plate railing, beamed ceiling and window seat to reproduce the warmth typical of Early American homes. Colorful fabrics, period accessories and the texture of wood paneling all blend to make a living room that's cozy, dis- tinctive, and very inviting. Paneling is equally appro- priate with the most modern or traditional styles. Installed vertically, it can make the c...

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

North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK FOUR GOOD GUYS IN THE GARDEN - So much has been written about the bad guys it is about time to give the good guys the credit they deserve. Lady Bugs (Ladybird Beetles), Lacewings, Praying Mantis (Plural: mantes, mantid, mantides), and toads are the gardeners best friends. Each of them will spend all summer eating multitudes of aphids, mites, caterpillers, and harmful bugs of all kinds. Toads have been known to eat 10,000 insects in one season. The mantis is the most voarcious predator of all insects, usually eating its own weight in harmful bugs every day throughout the summer. One mantis egg case contains hundreds of eggs. Tie the case to a branch and the eggs will hatch in one to three weeks in warm weather. The nymphs will quickly disperse all over the garden. Mantis egg cases are avail- able from George W. Park Seed Co., C ireenwood, S. C. 29647. The cost of one egg case is $ 1.75 and three cases cost $4.40. Instruc- tions will be inclu...

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

• &m*+*+***** +*• i e ***. ■** *************** I Page 10 Sachse Sentinel May 1979 N««d hom*t on ocr«o0« ~W D*olh Countrv fi i niai tv" ^^F^FwwWw Www VVW WW Odle Hall Realtors WYLIE CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH I Carroll Glen Staples Pastor |Jim Gowetts .Youth Pastor SUNDAY iBible School 9:30 a.m (Worship Service 10:45 a.m |Youth Services 6:00 p.m TUESDAY |New Christians Class 7:30-9:30 p.m WEDNESDAY |Ladie8Claas[free nursery], .9:30-11:30 a.m |Bible Study for all 7:30-9:30 p.m THURSDAY |Prayer*N Praise 7:30 p.m Wylie's Downtown "Storefront" Church —Transdenominational A Charismatic— Home Bible Studies Nitely—7:30 p.m. Dynamic Youth Ministry Discount Bible-Book & Gift Shop 112 N. Ballard-442-1057 442-2930 The law will never make men free. It is men who have got to make the law free. D Thore,u- Without a smiling face, do not become a merchant. ° —Chinese Proverb. Before There Was a Mother's Day Mother's Day began to be observed about sixty years ago and was established by President...

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

May 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 11 OLYN PRESS MS. 27S4S97 JDCRANES Kes. 272-7380 AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS REPAIR A INSTALLATION ALL TYPES AUTO REPAIRS XvX vm m ■ m * The new wave in water sports. The Wetbike watercycle is here It's the first of it's kind. It's like nothing before. It's a combination of all the thrills and fun of motorcycling, boating and water skiing Come take a look. Come take a ride. Come get on this new wave in water sports Slip 275 5911 ir 271*1319 235 LAVON DR. FOR WRECKER SERVICE GARLAND, TEX. 7S040 276-8769 GARLAND SUZUKI Largest Volume Suzuki Dealer in the Metroplex 300 Uvon - Hwy. 78 Garland 494-3374 Open Mon - Fri 9 • 7, Sat 9 - S;30 White Bass Run In Malaysia it was believed that teasing dogs and cats led to severe storms. Motorcycling on Water FOR BIKERS, BOATERS AND WATER SPORTS In 1973, on precisely such a hot afternoon, Nelson Tyler, an aeronauti- cal engineer, hit upon the notion of building a motor- cycle that he could ride on the water. Tyler thought th...

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

MOVING MESSAGES CATCH THE EYE! Sachse Sentinel Magnetic Signs by NEILON FRONT LOADER SAND & LOAM SPREAD ROTARY TILLER GARDEN YARDS MOWING Persistence Jewelry, Coonetks, aad Gifts For The Hon* Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than the unsuc- cessful man with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Educa- tion will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persist- ence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan Press On' has solved and al- ways will solve the problems of the human race," —Calvin Coolidge Rowlett 475-2442 Beauty Salon MEN & WOMEN STYLING ERWIN CORNEHL BACK YARD CONTRACTOR Call For Appointment -49S1213- HIGHWAY 78 -SACHSE wssesM 495-1179 WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS pit? THr WYLIE FLOWER A GIFT SHOP Thornton & Son Welding MARTHA KING - BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837 DriwerD Wylie, Texts NtNMMMMNMINNM Some people once believed that mountains were form...

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

1HE SflCHSE SEKTinE! FREE Vol. 4 No. 6 JUNE 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE NEW MAIL SERVICE POSSIBLE FOR SACHSE John Doe Z87 1 Sachse St. Sachse, Texas 75098 John Doe 287 1 Sachse St. Sachse, Texas 75098 Anna Laura Roland Draws Winning Ticket WOULD YOU LIKE TO BF. ABLE TO USE THIS AS YOUR ADDRESS? It is possible and could be in effect by late summer. Mark Townsend, Wylie Postmaster, presented this plan tor a petition, to the Council at the May 14, 1979 meeting. Mr. Townsend stated that if enough residents of Sachse, which is now being served by Route 2, Garland, would sign this petition for service using the 75098 Zip Code, that he would try to get it approved for delivery service. He said that Garland was willing to release their service to Sachse. This would mean that all postal patrons in Sachse would then be able to use their street address and Sachse, Texas 75098 as their address. The route number would be dropped and you would be able to use your own city's name of S...

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

I Page Z Sachse Sentinel June 1979 I THE 8ACH8E 8ENTWEL A BAltor: imi.kHt llfiC 75040 Um flnt AT. t-BOR 1W-C TX temi 5JADUW8 FOt THE NEXT BSOE QP THE SAC8B KNTINBL ADVttTWnCEJfT UOtT MADg W - NEWS STOUU 01 W0> THE MOBIL OTHEI ITEMS MO*T M M BY THE ANT CHAMOIS W AM AlJLEADx SOtk OP THE MONTH. mm Description of a great man: "When I met him, I was looking down. When I left him, I was looking up." Cltq Council litotes JOINT MEETING MAY 7, 1979 The City Council and Planning and Zoning met in a joint session for a public hearing to consider a proposed zoning change of approximately 143 acres of land from R-4 and A-G to 1-1 manufacturing and warehousing. Mayor Pro-Tem Rick Mardis opened the meeting, all members of the City Council were present. Mayor Roan was present but did not preside over the meeting. Mayor Pro-Tem turned the meeting over to the Planning and Zoning com- mittee. Chairman Charlie Foster, Charles Smith, Lloyd Smith and Ernest Fudge were present. Mr. Foster opened the zo...

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

1 DRIVELINE BUMPER STICKER OF THE WEEK: Me, My Lawyer's In Jail! Don't Hit The Great Motorcycle Helmet Controversy . . . Do you really need a helmet? Here's Dr. Eugene Alvarez' "scientific" proof. "Just find a blunt ins- trument," he says, "and hit yourself on the head. When you wake up, repeat the procedure with your motorcycle helmet on. The point should be clear enough." ^What's the most dangerous country to drive through? Could be Brazil, though statistics don't tell the whole story. Brazil, with a population of less than 80 million, has over 20,000 traffic fatali- ties a year. That's 25.9 deaths for every 10,000 vehicles on the road . . . eight times the U.S. rate of 3.3 deaths per 10,000 vehicles. A typical Euro- pean country, France, has a rate of 7.5 per 10,000. Check your brake fluid! Bet brake fluid is some- thing you never think about . . . unless your brakes suddenly don't work one day on the free- way. A recent study quoted in Motor Trend Magazine revealed that over sev...

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

fj .1 I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel June 1979 I Poland Named TP&L Director 6J.S.D. Summer Program MAD The Garland Indepen- dent School District is presenting a new summer program for students completing the third, fourth and fifth grades. The program is MAD - - music, art and drama. MAD students will participate in such activities as playing the guitar, making prints and producing plays. The program will run from 9 a.m. til noon. June 11-29 at Cooper, Southgate, Park Crest and Club Hill elementaries. Other schools will be added if needed. Fee is $30 which includes all materials for art, drama and music. "The purpose of the pro- gram is simply to have fun," says Elizabeth Crow, principal of Park Crest where one of the programs will be conducted. The deadline for pre- registering is May 25. Students are encouraged to pre-register, which can be done at the school they are currently attending, in order to firm up staff assignments. Participants are asked to pay a pre-registration fee of ...

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

P. E. Program Highlights PTA Meeting TIPS ON USING BAKING SODA TO SAVE TIME- Sl MQNEY| ;g! A SEPTIC TANK SOLUTION Brother, sister, mom and dad .. . every family member can help care for the home's aeptic system. All it takes is a little responsibility . . . know ing not to flush difficult-to break-down items like dispos able diapers, facial tissues cigarette butts, coffee grinds plastic or cat litter into the septic tank. * * * I June 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 5 I Jan Bodiford of Sachse is presented a plaque by Herman Salter On Monday, May 14, the Northlake PTA held their last regular meeting of the year. Special appreciation and service plaques were presented to Jan Bodiford, Mary Sue Echols and Lou Thorson. The program was pre- sented by the physical education classes instructed by Peggy Thomas and Judy Hanna. The demonstration included an aerobic exercise to the music of "Grease," a short jump rope activity free style, and a long jump rope activity called "F.gg Beater." Also pres...

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

1 I Page 6 Sachse Sentinel June 1979 I Ladies Special Notice Auxiliary PROPER PLANT CARE The Sachse Ladies Auxiliary met in regular session May 15 at the Community Center with 18 members and 2 guests present. After finalization of plans for the Rummage Sale were discussed, the ladies were treated to a special presentation on the "Proper Care Of House Plants" by Shirley Tullos of the Rowlett Florist. Ms. Tullos displayed several plants for the group while explaining about their care. She also showed a number of beautiful silk corsages that were so well made that it was almost impossible to tell them from Mother Nature's very own. A question and answer period followed the presen- tation at which time many of us were able to determine the proper care for our individual plant problems. All meetings of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary are open to all our citizens and we would welcome your presence. The next meeting will be held June 17 at the Community Center at 7:30 PM. Beginning this fall t...

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

Trophies Awarded Bowling Winners HOLY ROLLERS UN PREDIC TABLES US 4 ■:N The 6:15 I'M Friday Night Sachse Mixed Bowling ^League held its annual banquet at the Steamship Round Restaurant May 18 with 30 members present. Trophies were awarded to the following for their accomplishments during the 1978-79 season: First Place: "Holy Rollers" - - consisting of Ann and Chuck Coleman; Lrma Hulslander; Rick Dixon. Second Place: "Unpre- dictables" consisting of ODDBALLS Mary Ann and Jack Barnett; Ruth and Doug Harrington. Third Place: "Us Four" consisting of Ann and Charles Dixon; Ray and Larline Frier. Last Place: "Oddballs" consisting of Pat and Erwin Cornehl; Irene and hlmer Aycock. High Scratch Game. Irene Aycock and Ruth Harrington - - 223 and Danny Jones - - 243. High Scratch Series: Chuck Coleman - - 603 and Ann Coleman - - 582. High Handicap Game: Kay Ashley - - 262 and Ray Frier - - 264. High Handicap Series: Billie Moore - - 593 and Dub Brownlow - - 598. Most Improved: Billie Moore - ...

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

I Page 8 Sachse Sentinel June 1979 I A MAGIC WORD WITH CHILDREN LAKE LA VON REPORT We have reached a major milestone at Lavon. On May 11 we registered 492.04 pool elevation for the first time since we closed our gates in July, 1975. We have recorded 22.99 inches of rainfall since January 1, at which time our elevation was 481.42. Another momen- tous occasion occurred on May 14 when we opened two of our tainter gates for the first time, following an elevation reading of 492.59 at 8:00 a.m. on the 14th. Along with many interested folks, we are delighted to have reached our new pool elevation. We've all been waiting a long time. Summer is here, local residents as well as those from nearby metroplex regions are '.isiting the lake in record numbers. With heavy traffic, both on the highways and on the water, we urge that you all use extreme caution so that you will be able to visit us again and again this summer, and next. We might mention also that when you see buoys in an area on the la...

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

cusiom DRRPERIE5 woven UIOODS mini-BLinDs SUPERB QUALITY COMPETITIVE PRICES PROMPT SERVICE 3 widths "Ultra" 53 x 89 Shop and Compare * Call DARLENE & DERRELL BLAKEY 276-1601 Our decorator comes to your home, at your convenience, days, evenings, weekends. Never any charge or obligation the important decisions should be made at home. J THE NATIONAL SALUTE TO VIETNAM ERA VETERANS Vietnam Veterans Weak May 2B- June 3, 1979 LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP CASTLE & LAVON DRIVE LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER GARLAND OPEN SUNDAYS I June 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 9 I A Well Maintained Mower Makes Lawn Care Easier Your lawn may still be dormant, but it won't be long before spring starts that lush green grass grow- ing again. You can make that grass cutting job easier, more satisfying, and neater if you get your mower ready before you start cut- ting. Here are some handy tips from the Simplicity Manufacturing Co., Port Washington, Wis., to help you get your mower in tip- top shape. Simplicity is an A...

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

I I I Page 10 Sachse Sentinel June 1979 1 Combine several of Dad's favorites in a meal-in-one Father's Day treat A HEARTY AND DELICIOUS MEAL for Father on hie special day features King Dad Steak, made from his favorite top round beef. This delectable dish will be the main course this year at the Annual Father of the Year Luncheon, sponsored by the National Father's Day Committee, to be held in five American cities. Top round steak for top man in the family Dad is Top Man on Father's Day, so it's Top Round Steak that Dads prefer on their "big" day. Again, in 1979, the National Father's Day Committee chose beef, Father's favorite, to be served at the Annual Father of the Year Luncheons in New York, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Atlanta. King Dad Steak" is sherry- marinated top round steak, broiled to perfection. The recipe was specially developed for the Awards Luncheons in the test kitchens of the National Live Stock and Meat Board, which estimates that more than 73 mil- lion poun...

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

wars Moped Could Save U.S. 5 Bijlion Gallons of Gas US government studies have shown that more than half of all auto trips are made by a single occupant, and four out of five auto trips are less than 10 miles. t m. If Americans were to use their mopeds — two-wheel motorized pedal vehicles —for those short solo trips during good weather alone, they could replace as much as 85 billion miles of auto travel annually! Considering that a moped averages 135 miles-per-gallon, Ameri- cans could save up to five billion gallons of gasoline each year by choosing the "moped alternative." That's part of the reason why the moped popula- tion has increased ten- fold in the US since 1975. At the Top of the Hill There'i a beautiful view at the top of the hill, If the strength be youri to climb. There is always a lift and a rift in the clouds To disclose the peaks sublime. The road may be rough, You may blow and puff, But never you mind, soon you're scaling the bluff Then yours is the view at the top ...

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

h. rsrrs"*- v"?" I Page 12 Sachse Sentinel June 1979 ( BUT SELL TRADE "MOST EVERYTHING" For Sale Now: Stereos • Guitars 8 Track Tapes Bicycles - C.B.'s Tools -T.V.'s Railroad Ties THE OPEN 6 DAYS COME BY SAY HELLO 495-9505 THICKET HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE ff 'Pops, we love you' is Father's Day song "Pops, We Love You," a pop hit tune featuring Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Smo- key Robinson, has been an- nounced by Theodore M. Kauf- man, Chairman of the National Father's Day Committee, as the Official Father's Day Song of the Year. In making the unprecedented selection, Kaufman explained: "This is a first for the committee, but we feel that the spirit of the song is a valid contemporary trib- ute to the responsibility role of fa- thers all over the world. It has a symbolic meaning that tran- scends time and shifting tastes in music preferences." Noted songwriters Pam Saw- yer and Marilyn McCleod wrote the song, which has become a major hit on the nation's best- selling pop cha...

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

SHCHSE SEDTIDEl FREE Vol. 4 No. 7 July 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE M Balloons Invade Sachse Scenes like these are seen more and more each week- end around Sachse as the sport of Hot Air Balloons takes to the skys. The two balloons which landed at the Christian Church were a real crowd drawing event as well as creating a traffic jam. Mr. Portis Woolley, pilot and owner of the balloon that set down on Bailey Rd. on the same day stated that they were always in control of the balloons and that they can be set down at anytime and place. In picture above Mr. Woolley pointed out that they were only on the road side and not in the wheat field or in the road, even though cars were stopping. Mr. Woolley stated that everyone in this area should get their cameras ready be- cause on July 14 and 15 there will be about 40 balloons from all around the country coming to the Shilo airport for the week end, and that weather permitting the sky will be full of balloons. Hi mm«■ <• Garbag...

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

7 Page 2 Sachse Sentinel July 1979 NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT 2- BOX 116-C GARLAND. TX. 75040 THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher A 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. f//f Council Mot n JUNE 11, 1979 Council met in regular session at 7:30 p.m., all members were present. Minutes of the past meeting were approved and all bills except one for $...

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