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

■ Cooking Corner FOR DIETERS AND DIABETICS - SUGAR-FREE, HOMEMADE JAMS Rocketing food prices Tips To Help You and developing public awareness of the widespread use of questionable ingredi- ents , in commercially pro- cessed foods have combined to turn many U.S. families to home canning, with par- ticular emphasis on fruit jams and jellies. A larger percentage of the populace, lowever, has been barred intil recently from enjoy- ment of wholesome, home- made fruit spreads by the restrictions of either The importance of Slim diabetes, or weight-reducing Set's contribution to the diets; groups which can not American dieter cannot be tolerate the heavy sugar overstated. Current official content normally required estimates indicate approx- in preparation. imately 50% of our total The need has been population to be on weight- obvious, but the answer— reducing diets. In addition, Calories per 100 grams serving REGULAR GRAPE JELLY made with granulated sugar (USDA Home & Garden Bulletin#7...

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

r Page 12 Sachse Sentinel August 1979 I Vacation in Texas State Comptroller Bob Bullock said gas line-weary Texans will save both fuel and money if they vacation in Texas this summer. Texas continues to have the nation's lowest gasoline tax rate at five cents a gallon, Bullock said, adding, that short, in-state trips will conserve more fuel than long, cross country vacations. The highest gasoline tax rate is 12 cents a gallon in Washington. Bullock said gasoline tax rates in the nation's nine northeast states are nearly double the Texas rate- averaging 9.5 cents a gallon. Nine states - Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Penn- sylvania, South Dakota and Washington-have recently increased gasoline tax rates. Bullock also said consumers who are seeing their budgets chewed up by inflation benefit from Texas' low sales tax rate. The state's four percent sales tax is lower than the tax rates levied in 18 other states and equal to the rate set by 10 states. The highest s...

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

THE SHCHSE SEminEI FREE VOL. 4 NO. 9 SEPTEMBER 1979 SACHSE TEX/IS PuWIihid Monthly FREE SHERIFF DEPT. TO LEAVE SACHSE Sheriff Carl Thomas presented the city council with the county's proposal for police protection at the council meeting on August 13, 1979. Sheriff Thomas stated that he had meetings set up with the cities which would be without protection as of October 1, 1979. The cities which will be involved are Sunnyvale, Seagoville, Wilmer and Sachse. The primary expense of any police operation is for the personnnel which performs the service. In the proposed contract the expense for a patrol officer and uniform expense would cost $18,522.00. Total fee chargeable for one patrol car including operating cost is $11,956.00. In order for the city to have a 24-hour patrol from the county it would take 5 patrolmen to give this service. Vacation, time off, sick time, training time, etc., are figured into this for the 5 patrolmen. From the 5 patrolmen the city would receive 8,720 hours ...

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

I Page Sachse Sentinel September 1979 1 NEWS i OVEKTlSlNG 495-1231 RT 2 - BO* 116-C GARLAND. TX. 75040 THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher & 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 Any enoneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Sachse Sentinel wil] 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 THF SACHSF SENTINEL - 20th. of EACH MONTH - CARLSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Visa * Master Charge HIGHWAY 78 • • SACHSE 276 3828 YOUR FEDDERS DEALER m We live in a world that is full of needs, many of them vital and urgent, but perhaps the most important one of all is simply — more under- standing...

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

*1 v.' ■ , ,• <2 In the 1960 World Series, the Yankees scored a record 55 runs—yet, lost to Pittsburgh, 4 games to 3. Which Pirate hit a ninth inning homer to win the 7th game: (a) Roberto Clemente, (b) Bill Mazeroski or (c) Bill Virdon? LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP CASTLE & LAVON DRIVE LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER GARLAND OPEN SUNDAYS Health views k// The winning run in the 1 94 6 Series, in which St. Louis beat the Red Sox 4 games to 3, was tallied when a Cardinal runner scored all the way from 1st base on a single. That famous "mad dash" was made by (a) Enos "Country"Slaughter, (b) Stan Musial, or (c) Harry Walker? ANSWERS: 1. (b) Bill Mazeroski led off the bottom of the ninth and smacked a Ralph Terry pitch over the left field wall to break a 9-9 tie and win the Series. 2. (a) Slaughter was off and running on Walker's hit, and when Sox shortstop Johnny Pesky held onto the relay, Enos came flying home to score the winner. The Gillette Company is giving baseball fans and other con- s...

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

I Page Sachse Sentinel September 1979 North Lake Nursery News FISHING BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK When the weather becomes a little cooler most people become la* about watering. The average September rainfall for the past six years at my house has been only 1.90 inches. If we have a dry September this year to pour on the water. Your plants really need it! If you raise Pansies. Snapdragons, and Pinks from seeds you can start them in mid- to late September and have blooms by Christmas, or before. If you set out plant lets, purchased from a nursery, wait until early October. Sweet Pea seeds can be planted in September but October will be OK. Just be sure they get in the ground before winter. Now is the time to divide and transplant perennials such as Ajuga, Violets, Liriope, Canna, Daylillies, Mondo < Monkey) grass. Continue to spray Roses weekly to provide a good harvest all fall. Discontinue fertilizing. They have had enough to eat for this year. Need homes on acreage We Deal In Country Pr...

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

DRIVELINE A flash from the past In what might be called an early adventure in mass transit — in 1599 — Frenchman Simon Stevin built a wagon powered by a sail. It was reported that the huge contraption once carried 288 people on a 42 mile trip in two hours. Unfortunately for the commuters, the return trip required wait- ing for a shift in the wind, or a long w«.lk . . . There are over 500,000 producing oil and gas wells in the USA. Average production per well is 16 barrels a day . . . Texas produces 35 percent of America's oil, and consumes almost 19 percent. BEI IEVE IT OR NOT . . . Every year over 3,000 Americans are involved in accidents in which cars fall, roll, topple or are driven into deep water . . Experts say the key to a safe escape is not to panic. The be^t protection is to have been wearing your seatbelt before the accident ... so you won't be thrown about the car and injured or knocked unconscious. A seatbelt unfastens in a fraction of a second, then you can make your ex...

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

I Page Sachse Sentinel September 1979 1 Happy new holiday for millions GRANDPARENTS DAY— 7 Jewelry, Cosmetics, and Gifts For The Home Nancee's Beauty Salon MEN & WOMEN STYLING Call For Appointment -495-1213- HIGHWAY 78--SACHSE Your Library Grandparents Day has been officially designated a national holiday by Congress and the President. The proclamation, which names the first Sunday after Labor Day as Grandparents Day, will be celebrated this year on September 9, in honor of the estimated 30 to 35 mill- ion grandparents. The official designation of this new holiday came as a re- sult of the work of Marion McQuade. Mrs. McQuade, who has 14 grandchildren, worked tirelessly for eight years to establish a day in honor of her fellow grandparents. In her home state of West Virginia, Grandma McQuade first convinced Governor Arch Moore to proclaim a statewide Grandparents Day, and by 1974, 22 other states followed. A letter-writing campaign was then launched to make the day a national ce...

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

jtsL % i September 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 7 I NEW ARRIVAL N IT'S A BOY A TIMK FOR SOCCER This fall, the Sachse Sports Association is ex- tending its program to include Soccer for kids of all ages. An organizational meeting was held at Sachse Community Center on Thursday, August 23, 1979 at 7:30 p.m. The Sports Association intends to proceed with plans to develop the fields, purchase equipment, organize interested persons, time, and money making projects in order to develop the Sachse Soccer Program. Possibly, they may begin their first games this fall. In any event, Soccer fun for all ages is in its beginning stages in the City of Sachse. We ask that you support your Soccer Association and enjoy it. A second meeting for the purpose of registering all interested soccer players (of all ages, including you adult men and women) will be held again at the Sachse Community Center Thursday, Sept. 13, 1979 at 7:30 p.m. Fill out the registration form and turn in to Jim Stinnett, Gary Bivin...

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

September Sentinel Sachse Whan lh« dun anally nHM and lh mmk 01 mum cylmdtr •ngin«« ww hoard no mow m had a winner lh* Suiulu OS IOCOC bM all-around oi bM MwMki monoy c«i buy CydaCuid* Ncw mfl r l<W| Th unquaMonaMy to baa ug Mb on road in) 11 pwtiapt ih« baa buy an 01 mawcycUng I97« Cycto Magannt BuyMOuuM SuiuJui nock gi 1000 aiiwiinM hurtling tXQ <*l" CycHWbrtd July 1W Rid n who pn ih« king-al lh« road uruafton lh«y 9 l fwn hoi rod motorcycl* will Wv1 ir* Suiulu SS loan dtlivcn #h ih i IM rood * waigni or Iwtfing Cyd* (Suxto Junt l«W From th« moroni oi m miroducnon nan haw b n culling Iht «$•1000 Th M ai in* cumni lupoCitM Motacycl* Apnl l«v Suraly MM Suxulu 1000 • on <* w gmai txagamt o< out mn* CycWSuid* iwe 300 LAV0N HIGHWAY GARLAND, TEXAS (214)494-3374 GARLAND SUZUKI 6I8D BOARD NOTES STUDENT FOOD PRICES INCREASED Trustees approved an in- crease in student food prices for the 1979-80 school year. In looking at the increased costs of food and labor, it was anticipated...

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

__ TOP TREATMENTS 40% Off! WITH COORDINATING DRAPERIES 1 ALL STYLES • Top Treatments • Austrian Valances • Swags • Soft Cornices • Jabots • Pleated Valances Valances give custom draperies the decorator look. Decorating Den val- ances are handcrafted by skilled seamstresses with years of exoeri- ence. Call Decorating Den today. NO CHAtOI. NO OfllOATION. DARLENE &DERRELL BLAKEY .276-1601 t DRAPERY • CARPET • WALLCOVERING the colorful store that comes to your door J ONt;. LITTLE ROSE I would rather have one little rose from the Garden of a triend Than to have the choicest flowers when my stay on earth must end. I would rather have a pleasant word in Kindness said to me Than flattery when my heart is still and life has ceased to be, 1 woul rather have a loving smile from friends I know are true Than tears around my casket — when this world 1 hid adieu Bring me all the (lowers today - whether pink or white or red 1 would rather have one blossom now than a truckload when 1 m dead. OVE...

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

I Page 10 Sachse Sentinel September 1979 I OLD WORLD MAGIC IN A SALA D For a real conversation piece, try serving this Anti- pasto Mystery Salad as a first course. Mixed salad greens, encircled with radish slices, tomato wedges, Swiss cheese and prosciutto stand up ;is a molded salad with- out any gelatin or dressing to bind it. Good Seasons Th; k 'n Creamy bleu cheese sal. 1 dressing mix prepared wit i mayonnaise and vinegar is si read over the top of this sal; 1 spectacular and lends just the right touch to this authentic Italian recipe. ANTIPASTO MYSTERY SALAD 1/2 pound thinly sliced boiled ham or prosciutto, cut in 2-inch strips 1/4 pound thinly sliced Swiss cheese, cut in 2-inch strips 2 medium tomatoes, cut in wedges 1 cup thinly sliced radishes 3 cups shredded salad greens Creamy Bleu Cheese Salad Dressing Line a 1-1/2 quart casse- role or saucepan with strips of wax paper. Arrange about half of the ham and cheese in bowl; then chop remain- der. Cut tomato wedges in half. Lay...

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

HUNTING ill HUNTING PROSPHCTS F.XCFLLF.NT FOR 1979-S0 SEASONS AUSTIN-With opening day of dove season September I the state's North Zone, hunters are beginning to prepare for a fall hunting season which is expected to be one of the best in years for most game species. Officials of the Texas 'Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment believe the 1979-80 hunting season will be especially good for prong- horn antelope, white-tailed deer, turkey, quail and possibly doves. As always, weather conditions are the key factor in wildlife popula- tions, and 1979 has seen some unusual weather. In general the wet spring and summer over most of the state was a big phis for wildlife. Prospective hunters are reminded to have a current hunting license and other required items such as federal waterfowl and white-winged dove stamps. Check the department's free Guide to 1979-80 Hunting, fishing and Trapping Regulations booklet available where hunting licenses aic sold to determine regulations in all Texas count i...

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

I Page 12 Sachse Sentinel September 1979 3 -FINEST BEEF FOR THE FINEST PEOPLE- AL'S MEAT & LOCKERS j LOCKER RENTAL U.S. CHOICE AGED HEAVY BEEF FEED LOT BEEF BY THE STEAK or FREEZER FULL 6 MONTH FINANCING WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS 626 STATE ST. GARLAND, TEX. Phone: Home—279-8173 Business—276-5514 £;DEER PROCESSING about vour finances Prepared by the Chemical A \TPI I 7PDP Bank of Neil) York, a finan- f \ |\ ^ yy P Q cial institution offering a variety of services and made up of skilled, knowledgeable people, dedicated to being a part of the community they serve. Q. I took out a loan two years ago at an annual per- centage rate of 10 percent. My neighbor just got a similar loan at the same bank for 12 percent. Why is that? A. Annual percentage rates vary. State regulations are the first major influence; the second is the condition of the nation's economy. The Federal Reserve Board, an independent government agency, increases or decreases the amount of money avail- able according to wh...

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

THE SHCHSE SEIHMEL FREE V0U 4 N0, 10 0CT0BER 1979 SACHSE TEXAS PvMbM MnNv FREE * Seven Garland students, representing all four Garland high schools, were among 15,000 students who qualified as semifinalists in the 1980 Merit Program as released today by National Merit Scholarship Corporation of Evanston, Illinois. Semifinalists who advance to finalist standing in the competition will be considered for approximately 4,300 Merit Scholarships to be available in the spring of 1980. GISD semifinalists include Thomas Power and Philip Strucely from South Garland High School; Bryan Barringer, Ernie Brown and Cameron Humphrey from North Garland High School; Cheryl Brennen from Garland High School; and Walter Martin from Lake- view Centennial High School. Cheryl is the daughter of Joy Bernelle Brennen, 5008 Sachse Road. Since her freshman year, she has been a member of the marching and symphonic band and of the French Club. This year, she is also a member of the Art Club and the National Hono...

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

I Page 2 Sachse Sentinel October 1979 1 Council Nolis NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT. 2-BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 THE 8ACH8E 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 - 20th. of EACH MONTH - The longer on this earth we live and weigh the various qualities of men, the more we feel the high, stern-featured beauty of plain devotedness to duty. —James Ruiwll Lowell. Something for Everyone National N*w*p*p*r Waak Oct. 7 -13,1 7 FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OCT. 7-13 SAVING TIPS on electric ai...

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

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION m The Veterans Adminis- tration is sifting through stacks of paper with the proverbial fine toothed comb these days. What's at stake is millions of dollars in pension payments to more than half a million Americans. It's all part of VA's careful effort to make sure at veterans and survivors plying to convert their pensions from the "old" plan to the new "improved" program don't lose money in the process. That may sound like a contradiction in terms, but Congress decided last year that certain personal income that wasn't counted for pension purposes under the old plan would be counted under the newest one. VA chief Max Cleland is reminding veterans and their survivors seeking to switch to the new pension plan that while the neediest among them will receive substantial pension increases, some others may not. A veteran with a working wife, for example, and certain outside income of his , might be better off with the "old" plan. Because of this, VA has returned ab...

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

I 1 I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel October 1979 I POOOOOOPPOOOOOOOOOOOO p—0OOt 11 THE OPEN 9:00 AM-6:00PM CLOSED WED. & SUN. Stereos - T.V.'s 8 Track Tapes Bicycles-C.B.'s THICKET Rifles Railroad Ties Tools Guitars Shotpns Handguns BUY SELL TRADE 495-9505 HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE RESERVATION SYSTEM FOR STATE PARKS AUSTIN-The Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment reminds that it now is possible to make free advance campsite reserva- tions at all state parks offering camping facilities. Advance reservations are not mandatory, but they are the only way of being assured of a site when you arrive, « Parks Division officials said. Reservations for camp- sites, cabins and screened shelters may be made by mail, telephone or in person at the park of choice no more than 90 days in advance of the occupancy date. A cash deposit no longer is required to reserve a campsite, nor is the first day of intended occupancy. Late arrival privileges will be granted if the individual calls before 8 p.m. on the date...

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

WALLS AWARDED CERTIFICATE J.W. Walls, director of taxation for the Garland Schools, has been awarded the "certified school tax administrator" certificate as announced by the Texas School Assessors Association. Walls earned the certi- ficate by completing the education and advanced training required. The Certificate is the highest Achievement certificate available to any tax office personnel. Walls began working in the CJarland Independent School District in 1961 as assistant tax assessor-collec- WHATS NEW IN OCAT/Q K "'Vour child may someday learn with the help of a computer. Modern microcomputers are being used in an increas- ing number of classrooms to help both teachers and stu- dents. Learning from a machine can be easier and more fun. Considered invaluable by educators- and acknowl- edged affordable by most administrators these micro- computers can be ideal for students who require repeti- tive instruction, and imme- diate evaluation of their progress. Rather than wait- ing for...

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

J Page 6 Sachse Sentinel October 1979 I ******************************************** I i i North $tar A Mvrist K ☆ WE WIRE FLOWERS "Butincu Account* W*lcom«" * * * * * * * * * * * * * J l * * * i 276-6956 M ML OR 494*2711 301 N. STAR *0. (ACROSS FROM KROGER) GARLAND J 5 t********************************** *★★★★***★★ Mother-ln-Law's Day: The fourth Sunday in October, is — Mother-in-Law's Day. irar Thanks Thank you very much for the donation for our youth program. We appre- ciate the Citizens for a Better Sachse thinking of us. We believe in our young people and we love them and want to have a good program so we can reach them for Christ. Sincerely, Keith Crouch Youth Director Contrary to all the bad jokes, millions of people love and admire their mothers-in- law. FTD florists point out that these much-abused ladies deserve a day of their own for more reasons than one. They are, among other things, unpaid babysitters, sounding boards for family complaints, and the source of interest- ...

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