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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

HSl0 yB3 * THE SHGHSE SEnnnEl 'Communicating With The Community VOL. 8 NO. 9 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY SEPTEMBER 1983 A LOT OF PUMPKIN PIE j,. > /- \V- 1 F , V Pt FALL PROGRAM WILL INFORM PARENTS ABOUT CHILDREN'S INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM «• . ■ * rrinntnn with 125 lb. pumpkin, grandsons wanted to plant a garden, so he gave them Left to Right! Mark Arn g ^ a ^ ^ t<> ^m{ They planted the secd in April Laura Roland I wild75 lb j^-P^^ lhc „„„ „„ Allgus, 5, they harvested the three pumpkins pumpkins In Ih/gurden of Oscar Roland who lives on which had a local weight of 3.11 pounds. Sachse Road. Mr. Roland said his daughter ar.d two The Garland Independent School District Curriculum department will implement in the fall a program whose main purpose is to inform parents about their children's instruc- tional program. The instruc- tional staff has developed a publicly defined curriculum which gives an overview of what is taught in grades K-12. They have also designed pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

Page 2 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPT 10 8 3 THE QACHQE SENTINEL News ft Advertising 530-1100 6500 Highway 78 SACHSE,TEXAS 75088 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Fat Stone 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- Council Notes AUGUST 1, 1983 Regular council meeting was opened by Mayor Jim Ander- son at 7:30 p.m. Councilman Eldon Gordon was absent. After being discussed in a work session council decided to have the city send a letter to the Collin County Commissioner concerning a policy of road and street repairs that are in the City of Sachse but in Collin Coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

,'v'i 8EPT 1983 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Pag* 3 Library Notes by Judy Helton A party was held at the library July 30 to celebrate a very suc- cessful reading program. 66 children completed the program and were awarded certificates. 30 children came to the party, and jtny brought their parents to enjoy the fun. Mayor Anderson rew the winning names for the 34 prizes. The winners are listed below. Prizes were donated by the following: Albert's Western Wear, Big D, Great Skate, Kow Bell Indoor Rodeo, Dr. and Mrs. Oktay, Sesame Place, Six Flags, White Water, Don and Betty Christenson, and the Walnut Twin Movie Theatre Five children received prizes for reading the most books. The following received sticker-decorated book bags: Michelle Cisneros (164 books), Winners of Reading Rodeo Program Natalie Ash Duron (81 bi set of Darth were awardei thank kathy ch <s). Heather i ivid Burgess i ookplates. A Idren er aiser (105 books), and Jenny .■ad 130 books and received a ler the prizes and certificates...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

P«g« 4 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPT 1*83 Sachse Homemakers Host Dallas County Council Sunny Sachse Home- makers Gub hosted the Dallas County Extension Council meeting on Thurs- day, September 25. More than 50 members represen- ting thirteen cities attended the meeting at Sachse Christian Church. Jo Curtis, Dallas County Extension Agent, gave a slide presentation and demonstrated how to make home-made ice cream. Following the meeting everyone enjoyed the many flavors of ice cream and delicious baked items that were furnished by members of several clubs. Ice cream enjoyed by everyone present. Jo Curtis demonstrates how to make home-made ice cream. Cooking Corner Ideas From The Reynolds Wrap Kitchens BARBECUE ON A BUDGET An economy oarbecue with a flair...marinated pot roast surrounded by the best in fresh vegetables. Keep barbecuing costs down by watching for sales on your favorite meats. Pork, beef, poultry and lamb all cook marvelously over the coals and the slow roast- ing adds a smoky fla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

SEPT 1983 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS W FALL REVIVAL Sachse Baptist Church will have a Fall Revival September 11-18. Special speakers will be hn Stepp and Bobby Byran. Special music will be provided by Glenn Whitworth and Tommy Carter. Weekday eve- ning service will start at 7:00 p.m. Sunday morning will start at 10:00 a.m. and Sunday evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. A nursery will be provided nightly. HOMEMAKERS MEET AGAIN Sunny Sachse Homemakers will resume their monthly meetings on Wednesday, Sep- tember 14. They will meet at Sachse City Hall on the second Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. COLLECTING PENNIES Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars & Post 5076-Garland have a special project called "Pennies for the Refurbishing of the Statue of Liberty". We will be collecting pennies throughout the year and sending this to the committee to raise funds to re- furbish die Statue of Liberty, which is in need of repairs ac- cording to a recent Readers Digest art...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

Pag* • SACHSE SENTINEL SEPT H8J Summer Activities at Sachse Community Christian School - CI 1 - ~7 Getting "Cinderella's" autograph (at the Garland Per- forming Arts Center). "I was obliged to be industrious. Whoever is equally industrious will succeed...equally ^ Johann Sebastian Bach well. 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PRATER PAINT & BODY We Are Growing With Sachse And Are Now Operating A 24 hour Wrecker Service To Serve Your Needs WE OFFER: * All Phases of Auto Collision Repair * Professional Refinish Techniques ^Conventional & Unitized Frame Repair *24 Hour Wrecker Service *12 Months or 12y000 mile Conditional Guarantee on Workmanship 530-7180 442-1324 DAYS NITES Located in The Sachse Industrial Park Hiway 78 - Sachse ■F •• h > -V • k rjs/ c Cool, wet fun at the water slide. «11 nnim' ViVi'i'i i «• • $. *" 1 \ Christopher Rotan has fun at the skating rink. Cooking classes for the very young.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

**« iim \jt ai*i * SEPT 108 3 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* ^ Teletip Answering Service Established A new free electronic telephone answering service has been established at the Dallas County Extension Of- fice to help answer the hun- dreds of questions asked the Extension staff each day by telephone. More than 275 taped mes- sages will answer timely ques- tions about agriculture, hor- ticulture, home economics and 4-H and will be available by contacting the Extension tele- tip service through a push but- ton tone phone. "We fed that this new equipment will greatly speed up our ability to answer the hundreds of routine telephone call questions we receive each day," Pat Seaman, Dallas County Extension Agent, said. She pointed out that many of the calls are about the same problems and thai in most cases the taped message will answer the concern. Specific current examples include "White Grub Control in Lawns," "Canning Vege- tables" and "Freezing Fruit." The Dallas County Exten- sion staff cons...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

V i SAVING TVS on electric air conditioning Central Systems 1. Set thermostat on 78°, or higher. 2. Have equipment checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 3. Check filter every 30 days. Clean or replace when dirty. 4. Close draperies and blinds to keep out direct sunlight. 5. Keep fireplace damper closed. 6. Proper home insulation keeps heat out, cuts energy use. 7. Weatherstrip doors and windows. Caulk cracks. Window Units Follow above suggestions, plus these: 8. Place unit where it'll get as little direct sun as possible. 9. Aim air outlets at lower half of doorway to next room to allow warm air from that room to enter at the doortop for recooling, recirculation. If you would like additional information on conserving electricity, call the Customer Service Representative in the TP&L Office. TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility CORNER STORE 'YOUR STORE ON THE CORNER" HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE OUR SEPTEMBER SPECIAL Features Used S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

SEPT 1083 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Pag* 0 Calico Kids Juvenile Featurettes Champions Calico Kids Juvenile Featureltes are Dance Twirl, Military Ensemble, Jazz Dance and Drill Team Cham- pions in Southwest Performing Arts Association Com- petition in the Juvenile Advanced level. These girls have worked as an ensemble for several years and are well known for their expertise at a young age. They are: Amy Bowen, Cari Grubbs, Keri Caffey, Stacie Faglie, Stephanie Konecny, Shanna Foster, Becky Gainey. Se- cond Row: Manda Moore, Amy Johnson, Leslie Evans, Kellie Domaschk, Tanya Maphel. Third Row: Kristel Brown, Brittany Hitt, Michele Brown, Lana Nelson, Kristie Stickley and Crystal Hoppie. Sparrow is the name of many small, common birds. The name comes from an Anglo- Saxon word "spearwa" which, it is believed, was a general term for all small birds. The first police force in America consisted of a "Rattle Watch" of eight men, established ■" the colony of New Amsterdam in in 1 658. NAN-CEE'S SALON 6...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

P • 8 • 10 SACHS E SENTINEL SEPT 1083 Vacation Bible School Biggest Ever The Vacation Bible School at the Sachse Assembly of God Church was their biggest ever! The special theme for the week was "The King is Coming!" The students found that the Bi- ble teaches that Jesus is the King of Kings, and that He came to the world during Crea- tion, and that He visited His Creation often. Later He came to the world as the Savior. During His earthly ministry He came to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of that day. He died on the cross to pay the debt for the sins of the world. Then He came forth GISD Board Receives Tax Roll Trustees received the ap- proved tax roll of the Dallas County Appraisal District. The taxable property in the district is $4,323,494,280. The Board received this roll with the understanding that a supple- mental tax roll, including bank stock and other property, will be forthcoming from the DCAD. out of the tomb. Soon after that He returned to Heaven an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

; 11 • 4l__- f -> • EFT 1983 8ACHSE SENTINEL M0« 1 1 City Salet Tax Sachse's city sales tax pay- ment for the period ending 8-6-83 was $3,114.79, an in- crease of 80.67 percent over the same period last year. Total payment to Sachse for 1983 to date is $13,697.99. The August check was for taxes collected on sales made in June to the comptroller by the end of July. Montlcallo Bast Production Strong Lake Monticello near Mount Pleasant continues to provide eye-popping statistics for both anglers and fishery biologists. Biologist Joe Toole of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said recent cove rotenone studies revealed the lake is supporting an estimated 233 pounds per acre of large- mouth bass, putting it virtually at the head of the class among Texas' bass hotspots. The 2,000-acre power plant cooling reservoir has developed a nationwide reputation as a trophy bass lake, arid the re- sulting fishing pressure has been considerable. "However, the pounds per acre total this year w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

Page 12 SACH8E SENTINEL SEPT 1 S83 Pack 1036 Practice Marksmanship Shad Main Food for Stripers, Hybrids On Sunday, September 21, twenty-two scouts from Cub Scout Pack 1036 from Cooner Elementary attended an outing to practice their archery and B.B. marksman- ship. Expert marksman of the day was Duncan Strickland who scored two bullseyes on ar- chery and four bullseyes on B.B. Other marksmen who scored one bullseye on B.B. were Brad Freeman and Andy Pfenning. Pack leaders for the group were Linda Bailey and Dave Douthey. Some fishermen have ex- pressed concern that striped bass and hybrid stripers stock- ed in Texas reservoirs might in- clude other game fish species such as bass in their diet, but recent studies appear to indi- cate this is not a problem. Ernest Simmons, inland fisheries chief for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment, said biologists examined the stomach contents of 405 striped bass and 1,666 hybrids during the winter months of 1981-82 and found shad to be the p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

' l -r, pHe ■ .. SEPT 1983 8ACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 13 QISD Board Hears Report On Staff Attendance Harry Beavers, assistant superintendent for Personnel, presented a report on employee attendance. Absenteeism in- creased approximately 20% in 1982-83. In 1980-81, the ave- rage number of absences for teachers was 7.2 days and total staff was 6.7 days. The total cost of providing substitutes for the 1980-81 year was $514,000. The next school year the average number of absen- ces for teachers was 6.8 days and the total staff was 6.3 days. Some $496,000 was spent on substitutes. In 1982-83, the average number of absences for teachers was 8.2 days and the total staff was 7.5 days. The district spent $587,000 on providing substitutes which in- cluded raising substitutes' sala- ries from $35 to $40 a day. For the 1983-84 school year, a major goal for the district is to improve staff attendance throughout the system. The methods that will be used to address this goal include: (1) increase awaren...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

Pag* 14 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPT 1983 Visitors Are Always Welcome A t Sachse Christian Church COME WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY ... SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES For Youth and Adults .. 10:00 AM WORSHIP SERVICE .... 11:00 AM Jirn Caughlan Minister HIGHWAY 78 at BEN DAVIS SACHSE North Side Sharpening Service - Sales & Service - Reggie Riddle 1110 LAVON DR GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 272-6101 WE SHARPEN CHAIN SAW BLADES SAW BLADES ELECT. TOOL REPAIR HANDSAWS ^ SCISSORS STEEL & CARBIDE BUILDER TOOLS CHAIN SAW REPAIRS ALL KINDS mm ff & O y©« TWffMErrr .fP-v- * aMife ;,>UrV A ■ 442-3261 - if'% Mi WE REPAIR ATARI GAMES AND COMPUTERS Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & BODY VVV SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE A Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 _w 0 TV & VCR SERVICE ON ■i X CR088MAN INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1890 I 14 LAST SIDE OF THE SQUARE DOWNTOWN GARLAND Phone 276-9568 GARLAND, TEXAS Saars Philco Admiral Wards Toshiba Panasonic JC Penney Hitachi RCA Motorola Zenith Sylvania Quasar True...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

SEPT 1983 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 15 CLASSIFIED House wiring & elec- trical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wir- ing. Call Jerry Holmes 442-3939 TRACTOR MOWING Reasonable. Free estimates. Lots & acreage. 495-1297 SECURITY SYSTEMS: Alarm systems installed. Licensed, bonded, in- sured. Free estimates. 276-5774 Responsible Sachse teen- ager would like to babysit. Experienced with babies and small children. Shellie Lane 495-1782 Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 For Rent: 1,500 - 9,000 sq. ft. new office ware- house, located in Sachse. For more information call 272-5595 or 475-2102. Would like to babysit. Your home or mine. 495-1102 MATH TUTOR: Grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Ruth Franklin at 495-7794. BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SEN- TINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING RATES — 15 words - $1.25 (mini- mum) 10C per additional word. Go-Carts Mini-Bikes NEW & USED SALES - SERVICE - PART...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1983

16 8ACHSE SENTINEL SEPT 1 S3 GARLAND STUDENTS HAVE OPTION KmmiiiiiiicHuiinNwniiii—mmiwiiwiiiaiiMiiiimaiit Garland high school stu- dents have the option of enroll- ing in Richland or East field Community Colleges while at- tending high school dasses during their senior year. The concurrent enrollment pro- gram is a cooperative effort between the district and the community college system. It allows high school seniors to get a head start on their college credits. Students may register at either Eastfield College or Richland College by complet- ing applications and furnishing the college letters of approval from their high school princi- pals. The letter from the princi- pal simply states that the stu- dent is in good standing and is capable of doing college work. Seniors may enroll in two college courses per semester. Upon high school graduation, they may have earned up to 12 hours of college credit. Students must foot the bill for the college courses and must purchase their textbook...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1983

M. maum*& # THE SHCIISE SEflTEflEL 'Communicating With The Community VOL. 8 NO. 10 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY OCTOBER 1983 Grand Opening Celebration For Village Motors Village Motors, 6220 Highway 78 (next to the Fire Department) is cele- brating its Grand Opening. Village Motors special- izes in clean, medium pric- ed cars and pick-ups. Tye Beck, lot manager, said, "We believe there is a definite market for good dependable transportation in the $2,000 to $4,000 price range. Most of our cars fall into that category. We are trying to operate in a simple straight forward manner. Every car is priced below the NADA used car guide "Book Value", most are priced at or close to their actual loan value which means that financing with little or no down pay- ment can be obtained in many cases. Prospective buyers are invited to check out the cars and their book value. Village Motors is a family owned business and the land and building is owned, not rented. We plan to be here f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1983

Pag* 2 SACHSE SENTINEL OCT 19*3 THE SACHQE QENTINEL ESTABLISHED 1976 NEWS ft ADVERTISING 530-1100 SSS4 Highway 7S Publisher k Editor Joe J. A Pit Stone Any erroneous reflections upon the standing. character, or reputation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear m the columns of The Sachse Sentinel will gladly be corrected if brougnt u> the attention of the editor. Signed articles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL - 20 of aach month - Council Notes LETTER POLICY The Sachse Sentinel welcomes letters to the editor. The Sentinel requests letters be brief, 250 words or less. Ail letters must be signed by the writer with address and telephone number to verify the letter's authenticity. Name and address will be withheld upon request. The Sentinel reserves the right to edit all letters for libelous and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1983

KSWAi itM >iii 4 <«fcT OCT 1 983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 3 CLEAN USED CARS _ DISCOUNT PRICES OUR PRICE NADA "BOOK VALUE" '79 BUICK REGAL 2 dr., auto, power, air, stereo cassette, power windows, bucket seats, vinyl top. Im- maculate. '80 FIAT 124 SPIDER Convert., red, 20,000 miles. One owner. '78 OLDS DELTA 88 ROYALE 2 dr., auto, power, air, cruise coptrol, stereo, vinyl top. Weil mqintaiaed, WGMC PICKUP Short bed, auto, air, dean. Priced at loan value. '79 VW RABBIT 4 dr., 5 speed, air, AM-FM, decor group, gas, new radlals. Cream puff. '78 PONTIAC BONN. 4 dr., auto, power, air, small V/8, stereo. Looks and drives great. '77 CHRYSLER LEBARON (MIDSIZE) 4 dr., auto, power, air, 318 V/8, AM-FM. Interior is like new. '79 TOYOTA COROLLA 2 dr., 4 cyl., 5 speed, air, AM-FM, 30+ MPG. Extra nice. '78 DODGE PICKUP Auto, power, air, two-tone paint. Clean and runs great. '77 T-BIRD Loaded, moon-roof, velour in- terior, new tires. A genuine cream-puff. '78 DODGE OMNI 4'i£; auto, air, stereo. $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1983

' ANNOUNCEMENTS ARTS A CRAFTS SALE LAMDA ZETA SERMCE LEAGUE OF GARLAND PRESENTS 4th Annual SANTA'S GENERAL STORE Arts & Craft$ Sale The sale i£ be held at the Buckingham United Methodist Church at 1212 W. Buckingham Rd. (Buckingham at North Sur) The dates of the sale are Friday, October 7 and Saturday. October 8. The sale wfli be open from lfrOO a.m. to 6K)0 p.m., both days. Proceeds from the sale •■ill benefit St. Jude's Children's Hospital, Serenity Haven and other Garland com- munity service projects. Garland I.S.D. News Tfpa LAKESIDE BAPTIST REVIVAL l.akrortf Baptist Church, 9150 Garland Road, is having its Victory in Jesus Revival Oc- tober 2 - 5 beginning at 7 K)0 p.m. nightly. Via or McManus is the Evangelist and Musk Leaders are Connie and Allison Ware. AD persons are invited to at- tend. WHERE TO SEND PENNIES Last month you read about the Post A Auxiliary project on saving your pennies for the Refurbishing of the Statue of Liberty as a community pro- ject; however, seve...

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