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D Magazine August 1979

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A CONCERNED CITIZEN SPEAKS OUT ON THE ENERGY CRISIS

As I sat waiting in a gas line, it occurred to me that there has been a sad lack of creative public response to the energy crisis. So I began my own list of energy saving propositions. I sent them to James Schlesinger, but he never replied. So I sent them to this magazine.
By GEORGE TOOMER
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Are You Getting Paid What You’re Worth?

A quick look at salaries in Dallas
By Mike Davis
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BENCH MARKS: PASSING SENTENCE ON DALLAS JUDGES

Everybody knows justice is blind. In Dallas, it can also be even-handed, erratic, merciful, biased, or just plain asleep.
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DINING Sweet Soul Music

Soul food is easier to find than to define.
By David Dillon
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The Rowdy Days of the Dallas Dispatch

Ink-stained and booze-soaked memories of when this was a four-newspaper town.
By Al Harting
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FAMILIES Father Superior

It isn’t easy to be a father. It’s no cinch being a daughter, either.
By Jo Brans
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MANNERS Fifth Avenue Cowboys

New York is New York, and Waco is Waco, and never the twain shall meet.
By Rowland Stiteler
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MOVIES Dog Days

This summer’s movies are better than last summer’s, but that’s not saying much.
By RICHARD FULLER
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MUSIC First String Players

What do Dallas and San Francisco have in common? A lot of picky musicians.
By WILLEM BRANS
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RESTAURANTS Dining Out

Newcomers: Italian in Oak Lawn, Irish in Irving
By D Magazine
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SIX CLASSIC VEAL RECIPES

Dallas’ finest chefs give their favorite recipes for veal dishes.
By Connie Cooley
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SUGAR AND ICE AND EVERYTHING NICE

That’s what some summer drinks are made of.
By ELMER RAY SPURR
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THE GRILL OF MY DREAMS

A backyard barbecue fanatic gives you the benefit of two decades of experience.
By David Bauer
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WINE Getting a Chill from a Draught

Some cooling wines for summer’s hottest days.
By ELMER RAY SPURR