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

t*m" OCT FISHING REPORT Cities Sales Tax AUXILIARY ENJOY NIGHT OUT MONTICELLO: Water clear, 80 degrees, normal level; black bass good to 9 pounds, 12 ounces in 15 feet of water on purple and black .worms and cranks during playtime; other fishing slow. RAY HUBBARD: Water murky, 80 degrees, 30 inches low; black bass slow to 1 Vi pounds on north end of lake; striper slow; crappie fair in 12 feet of water around marina; white bass fair and small; cat- fish good to 9 pounds drif- ting. TAWAKONI: Water clear, 80 degrees, normal level; i black bass slow to 5 pounds on topwaters; striper slow; catfish good to 7 pounds drifting and on trotline with shrimp; crappie slow. CEDAR CREEK: Water clear, 74 degrees, 1 foot low; black bass good to 7 pounds on buzz baits, chartreuse and yellow spinners; walleye fair to 5 pounds on flasher trailer; crappie real good in deep water in brushy areas; catfish excellent to 9 pounds drifting along slope banks on cutbait; white bass good early and late; hybrid ...

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

Pag* 6 SACHSE SENTINEL OCT 1983 GISD Trustees Adopt 1983-84 Budget, Salary Schedule, Tax Rate The Board accepted the recommendations of the Finance Committee and the Administration to adopt the 1983-84 budget of $71,006,168. The total tax rate is 71 cents per $100 valuation, which is a 3C increase for the overall budget. Maintenance Opera- tions appropriations are bud- geted at $63,513,335 and will be funded at a tax rate of 56 cents. The Interest and Sinking Fund budget totals $7,492,833 and will be funded at a tax rate of 15 cents per $100 valuation. Approximately 80% of the Maintenance and Operations funds will go toward salaries. The 1983-84 salary schedule in- cludes a 5% salary increase for all employees. The district re- ceived no state monies above the 1980-81 level of funding; therefore, the district had to find revenue to offset lost state income and provide for salary increases from local sources. In addition to the salary increase, other budgeted items whose costs rose s...

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

■ ■ , / « - OCT 1083 SACHSE SENTINEL Freezing Ice Cream Presented To Homemakers Mary Ann Barnett and Karin Kirker demonstrate how to make homemade ice cream. Members of the Sachse Homemakers line up to sample homemade vanilla and strawberry ice cream Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club had a great start for this year at the September meeting. Many of last year's members were present as well as eleven guests. The program, "Home- made Ice Cream", was pre- sented by Karen Kirker and Mary Ann Barnett. The door prize was won by Rosie Bruns. Raffle prizes were won by Lin- da Eubanks and Sharon Schil- lerstrom. Program for the October meeting will be presented by Margaret Guy, a representative of the Texas Extension Service. Her program "Color for You" explains how to choose cloth- ing to compliment your skin tones. The meeting will be Oc- tober 12 in the Community Room at Sachse City Hall. Coffee will be served at 9:00 A.M. The meeting begins at 9:30. (Editor Note: Last month we mistakenly print...

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

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

OCT 19 8 3 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 9 Brownie Troop Being Formed n iBsrnclEpj li Eli Liuas Machines Are Learning To Communicate Machines that talk to each other? It may sound like science fiction, but it's already happening in offices all over the country. En- gineers have created thinking machines and the software, or programs, that give them their "brains." When the first intelligent typewriter was introduced a few years ago, information could only be exchanged from machine to machine by physically transferring the software from one to another. And many machines that were made by other manufactur- ers, or programmed differ- ently, could not "talk" to each other at all. That,'s all changed, thanks to technology. The new gen- eration of automated office equipment—like the Exxon Office Systems Company's Series 510 and 520 In- formation Processors — can be linked together. They can communicate with oth- er Exxon Office Systems thinking machines (such as intelligent typewriters and word pr...

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

Pag* 10 SACHSE SENTINEL OCT 1083 Cooking Corner Tips To Help You Mealtime Magic With An Old-Fashioned Favorite Now one of America's favorite fast food restaurants is offering an old-fashioned treat—buttermilk biscuits. These moist and fragrant biscuits are made from scratch and prepared several times daily right on the premises of each restaurant. Lots of busy homemak- ers and working people have discovered that these lus- cious biscuits are not only delicious served along with a main dish but also form the basis for a number of different dishes. For instance, try a break- fast or brunch treat by serving scrambled eggs mixed with ham or bacon in "nests" made by hollowing out biscuit centers. (Save the ^enters to make bread crumbs for later use.) Top scrambled eggs with grated cheese and slide under the broiler until cheese melts. These luscious biscuits are the latest offering at Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets and they're the per- fect complement to any meal. Many busy folks are buy...

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

OCT 19 8 3 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 11 3 QUAIL BAG LIMITS 1983 \ 1-12 Birds 2-16 Birds 3-20 Birds Veteran Population Expected To Fall The total veteran population is expected to fall from the cur- rent 28.3 million to about 27.1 million by 1990 — and to about 24.3 million by the turn of the century — according to the latest data just released by the Veterans Administration. VA's Office of Reports and Statistics has compiled a new forecast of the number of vete- rans in civilian life covering the period from 1980 through 2030. Among its major find- ings are: — About one of every five males under 45 is a veteran. This proportion will drop for the next 15 years, then remain — The group of veterans at least 65 years of age, presently numbering about four million, will increase to nearly njne million by 1999. This group currently accounts for 14 per- cent of the total veteran poupulation and will rise steadily over the iKxt three decades before peaiung at 45 percent by the year 2015. — The n...

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

12 8ACH8E SENTINEL OCT 1983 Loan Defaultera Revealed in Texas Extension FACTS Column Unlike many stories in the past, student loan defaulters in Texas do not get away without paying. The Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation has experienced only 900 defaults among the over 100,000 stu- dents who have received loans in Texas under this program. The majority of these 900 de- faulters have been convinced to begin repaying their loans again. Legal action is taken against those who do not make adequate payment arrange- ments and judgments have been granted against 51 students. The Texas Guaranteed Stu- dent Loan Corporation uses various other means to collect all defaulted loans. Students are pursued through credit reporting agencies, state records such as Department of Public Safety and Texas Em- ployment Commission, the withholding of State employee paychecks, and through the use of private collection agen- cies. The Texas Guaranteed Stu- dent Loan Corporation has been extremely su...

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

OCT 1983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 13 Bicycle By-Laws Spa Secrets To Try At Home Bicycle riding is one popular way of combating shortages in fuel, but the truth of the matter is that our nation's roadways were designed primarily for motor vehicles. To reduce the chance of accidents (bicycle-motor vehicle ac- cidents increased 29 per cent in a single year) the National Safety Council recommends the following: Bikes, like cars and pedestrians, must obey traffic signals and signs; Bikes, like cars, must ride with the flow of traffic on the right side of the road; When riding in groups, bicyclists should ride in single file; "Diamond Jim" Brady had 31 pairs, one for each day of the month. King Louis XV's bejeweled collec- tion was carefully matched to the eyes of his many mistresses. When traffic is heavy, bikes should be walked across intersecting streets to in- sure better control; Bikes, like cars, should have a white light in the front and a red light and reflector in the rear; Like cars...

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

Pag* 14 SACH8E SENTINEL OCT 1083 APPROVED BUDGET 1983-84 < I [ Y Off S^CHSE, T£XAS f;< ,.>f • APPROVED BUDGET fOK THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1984 GENERAL PARK LIBRARY WW/SEWER FIRE POLICE FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND FUND TOTAL REVENUE: TAXES BUILDING PERMITS A FEES CITY SALES A USE TAX PUBLIC UTILITY TAXES INTEREST INCOME REVENUE SHARING TRANSFERS REVENUE SHARING OTHER INCOME DALLAS COUNTY FIRE CONTRACT FINES WATER REVENUE SEWER REVENUE REFUSE REVENUE METER REVENUE PRO RATA REVENUE TOTAL REVENUES LIABILITIES. BOND PAYMENTS COPIER PAYMENT BUILDING PAYMENT TRUCK PAYMENTS POLICE CARS COMPUTER PAYMENT OVERHEAD TANK SERVICE TOTAL LIABILITIES TRANSFERS: FROM GENERAL FUND FROM WW "S FUND FROM REVENUE SHARING TOTAL TRANSFERS 233,100 43,000 15,000 32,000 2,400 8,707 47,782 4,000 10,380 1,480 3,552 787 6,000 500 171,445 50,000 70,000 13,600 4,000 37,652 2,350 1,000 99,447 4,090 50,000 233,100 43,000 15,000 32,000 8,400 8,707 198,813 8,707 4,500 1,000 50,000 171,445 50,000 70,00...

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

0mm* r i rwBii OCT 198 3 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 15 TAX INCREASE A public hearing was held on the 1983-84 budget September 14, 1983. Several persons spoke against an increase in taxes, and a proposed list of expansion of city services was presented to those in attendance to show what the increase would be used for. The proposed increase was from 29« per hundred valua- tion to 37C per hundred valuation. Most all those present agreed the expansion of city ser- vices was needed and did not oppose them; but did oppose the increase in taxes. Shown here is the proposal and it did receive final ap- proval for the expanded city services. SERVICE rdn Dtapatcfccn PoHct Oflkcfi City MaJateaaact Fire Equip—> PoHcr Eqaipmeat Additional Street Retain EXPANSION Of CITY SERVICES PRESENT LEVEL Noae Three (paid) One (Water SapcriaUadf I) One New Track One Car (49,MO al.) Om Car (99.M0 ml.) $20,090 PROPOSED LEVEL Two fafl tee Fow(paid) Two (Owe General Daty Maa) Dof Catcfcer, Mowtag, S%a Another New T...

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

Pag* 16 SACHSE SENTINEL OCT 1.983 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 Would like to babysit. Your home or mine. 495-1102 MATH TUTOR: Grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Ruth Franklin at 495-7794. FOR SALE: OD- DESSY II video game and cartridges. All for $120. 495-1784 FOR SALE: '80 Pinto Wagon, all new radial tires. 47,000 miles. $2,875.00. 495-1784 Adult church nursery attendant needed. Ex- perience preferred. 272-5423 WANTED: Adult sales person to sell advertis- ing part-time 3-4 days month. Commission only, transp...

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

■ 11 ' ... .♦ • THE SHCHSE SEnililE! "Communicating With The Community' VOL. 8 NO. 1 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY NOVEMBER 1983 Meet Rosanne-New Librarian RESULTS 011982-83 student attitude SURVEY PRESENTED W R08ANNE BURGESS Rosanne Burgess of Sahcse has been hired as the new librarian for the Sachse Library. She was hired to replace Judy Helton, who resigned the position in October in order to spend more time with her young son. Rosanne and her hus- band, David, who is a builder in real estate, live on Ponderosa Trail and have been residents of Sachse for six years. They have two children: David Rob who is ll years old, is their son, and 8-year-old Amy is their daughter. Both children attend the Sachse Community Christian School. Mrs. Burgess says she is excited and hopeful at the beginning of her new position and has been busy getting ready for the planned Halloween Party. She said she did not see how any more of the many books that are not on shelves now can be placed...

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

Pag* 2 SACHSE SENTINEL NOV 1983 Sach8e Community Calender City Council — Meets the first and third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall — 495-1212. Fire Department — Meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the fire station at 6232 Highway 78 — 495-1133. Planning & Zoning Commission — Meets the se- cond and fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. Sachse Ladies Auxiliary — Meets the third Tues- day of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the community room at City Hall. For information call 495-1231. Sunny Sachse Homemakers — Meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the Com- munity Room at City Hall. Lions Club — Meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at Sachse Christian Church. Sachse Library Hours — Tuesday & Thursday: 2:30 8:30 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. — Librarian: Judy Helton 530-0426. Thanksgiving should be more of an attitude than an observance, more a way...

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

T-Mi ... , • NOV 1983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pagi 3 Ted s Floor & Decor FULLY INSTALLED withpadB MiMip ANNOUNCEMENTS 495-7249 FB0M $8.95 TO $29.95 Hq. yd Call For Estimates WE SHOW SAMPLES IN YOUR HOME * BRAND NAMES AT A SAVINGS * HOME IMPROVEMENTS FINANCING AVAILABLE WOVEN WOODS MINI BLINDS CUSTOM DRAPES WALLPAPER 6206 HWY 78 SACHSE l/SA You're not necessarily stuck with an old bumper sticker if you've changed your mind about its message. Five or ten minutes heat lamp treatment can help get it off. WITH I HIS COUPON l 4 I u "Mirror,Mirror'and eyeshadow, loo; Merit; Norman has a beautiful offer for you. #w A $40 value for only $12.50 with any $8.50 purchase of Merle Norman cosmetics Sixteen Silky Shadows for your eyes. A rainbow of color in all the latest fashion shades. And two sponge applicators. And a Triinline Eye Pencil. And a beautifully decorated hand mirror. We call it "Mirror. Mirror".. .and it's Merle Norman's special offer to make your holidays more beautiful. A great gift f...

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

Pag* 4 SACHSE SENTINEL NOV 1983 CORNER STORE •YOUR STORE ON THE CORNER" HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE Mew Selections Fall & Winter Clothes Infant thru I8 yr. old - DIAPERS - WHILE THEY LAST Newborn- 3.2 5 Daytime- 3.90 Toddler- 2.4 5 ! To Help You With Your Selections - Sachse Residents - j JEWEL DAVIS & OPHELIA BATES \ We Buy Used Merchandise - Call Us 495-0247 OPEN: MON. - SAT. 10:00 - 5:00 Consignments Welcome INSURANCE MEMBER Life Round Table LIFE • AUTO • HOME UP TO 35% SAVINGS ON HOMEOWNERS POLICIES UP TO 20% SAVINGS ON AUTO POLICIES 27 1-2455 1008 - 1) STONEWALL GARLAND - 75043 One-Buck Limit Draws Inquiries Hunters who plan to hunt white-tailed deer in more than one county this season may not be aware of the effects of bag limit restrictions on "one buck" counties. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials said 91 Texas counties have a one buck limit, although most Texas counties have a limit of two. "If a hunter gets a buck in a one-buck county, he or she must ...

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

NOV 1 983 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 6 VOTE NOVEMBER 8 On November 8, 1983 there will be a general elec- tion on the PRO- POSED CONSTITU- TIONAL AMEND- MENTS which are listed here: Voters from PRECINCT *2202 will vote at WEBB MIDDLE SCHOOL and voters from PRECINCT #2203 will vote at the SACHSE FIRE STATION. I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS FOR NOVEMBER 8, 1983 GENERAL ELECTION PROPOSITION NO. 1 "The constitutional amendment authorizing fewer justice of (He peace and constable precincts in counties with a population of less than .'0,000 and providing for continuous service by justices of the peace, con- stables, and county commissioners when precinct boundaries are chang- ed." PROPOSITION NO. 2 "The constitutional amendment replacing the limitation on the value of an urban homestead with a limitation based on size." PROPOSITION NO. 3 " The constitutional amendment providing for the advancement of food and fiber production and marketing in this state through research, education, and pro...

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

Pag* 6 SACHSE SENTINEL NOV 1983 Color For You Presented To SSHC Margaret Guy, County Ex- tension Agent, was guest speaker at the October meeting of the Sunny Sachse Home- makers Gub. Ms. Guy pre- sented the program "Color For You". She demonstrated which of four color groups, represented by the seasons of the year, you are in and ex- plained how to determine which colors are most flatter- ing for you to wear. Following the business meeting the door and raffle prizes were drawn for by a member of the club. Ann Johnson was the happy winner of the door prize and the raffle prize was won by Edwina Clavey. Guests are always welcome at any or all of the Sachse Homemakers meetings. There is always an interesting and in- formative program presented. Their next meeting will be Wednesday, November 9 in the Community Room at Sachse City Hall. Refresh- ments are served from 9:00 to 9:30 a.m. The meeting begins at 9:30 and is followed by the program. If you are a new- comer to Sachse this is a v...

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

■B . | Mi' I NOV 1983 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 7 Library The library is growing, due to increased usage by you, the residents of Sachse. The library is an important asset to our com- munity and will help contribute to the growth of Sachse. Our library has been here for many years, and as a result, I'm afraid many people take it for granted. "Oh, the library, it will always be around." Yes, the library will be here, but not without your sup- port. The library needs your patronage in order to continue to grow and flourish. Sachse is growing everyday, and the library must also grow along with the city. The library is supported by the city and by the county, and both of these entities have budgets which include many costly items, and libraries are at the bottom of the list. Our book budget had to be cut for the 1983-8^ vear, so we will be limited in what books we are able to obtain I >r the library. So you can see that the library needs your support in order to keep going. Please continu...

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

Pag* 8 SACHSE SENTINEL NOV 1983 ?mtings Say It With Tlorters & CENTERPIECES For Your THANKSGIVING TABLE 3 LOCATIONS North Star Florist 301 N. STAR RD. GARLAND 2 4 Hour Phone 276-6956 o r 4 9 4-2718 PLANO RD. FLORIST 1918 N. Piano Rd. Garland 494-0456 CENTERVILLE RD. FLORIST 130 E. Centervllle Rd. Garland 2 7 1 -9545 WE WIRE FLOWERS "Business Accounts Welcome" Ladies Auxiliary Host Chili Supper The Sachse Ladies Auxiliary played host to the Fire Depart- ment members and their wives at a Chili Supper and Bingo Party on October 18 at the Fire Station. Following a short Auxiliary business meeting, everyone en- joyed a meal of homemade chili, salads, frito pie, hot pep- pers, onions, cheeses, home cooked beans, crackers, corn- bread, chips, and homemade cakes. About 60 people were in at- tendance for the supper an afterwards enjoyed several games of Bingo. The first win- ner was Thelma Stanton. Con- gratulations to all the winners. During the Bingo playing, the firemen responded to a...

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