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

-«-i • •?i' r • *• • V ',7 V • • ' • a J\ j (city council) Car Allowance - City Secretary, Ann Holman, asked the council about a new car allowance, as the one which she has had since the city hired her was not enough now. She stated that she drove 250-300 miles each month for the city, going to the bank, post office and tax offices, plus during tax time this would double. Council agreed to pay 17 cents per mile which she drove for the city, to be paid once a month. Water Line on Sachse Street — Mayor Roan said that there was a new home being built on Sachse St. and does not have water. He said that it would cost the city $1,135.00 to run a 4 inch water line which would serve 10 lots in the future, and that the city would be able to collect pro-rata when other homes are built. Council approved to run the water line. Staples questioned im- provements at the ball park. He stated that some were supposed to have been done, but have not been done, and that he would like to see them starte...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1979

I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel nrmrrftffnnr' amt""" *■ SHOPPING HEP£\ Reservation Fees Discontinued DO YOUR SMIDGtNS By Bob Cordray So says the VA... AUSTIN - - Cash de- posits no longer are neces- sary to make reservations for state park facilities, ac- cording to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Parks Division Director Paul E. Schlimper said in response to recently passed legislation, the $2 nonre- fundable reservation fee and first-day user fees will no longer be required to reserve cabins, campsites and screened shelters. All $2 nonrefundable reservation fees which were collected on or after June7, 1979 will be refunded or applied as credit when the reservation is claimed, Schlimper said. Park users still may reserve facilities at each individual park by mail, telephone or in per- son, and the department has revised the system to in- clude a more definite re- confirmation procedure. All reservations must be claimed no later than 8 p.m. on the first day of intended occupancy or...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1979

Congressman Mattox Watches Washington "DC-10 CRASH COULD HAVE BEEN FORESEEN" by U.S. Representative Jim Mattox 5th Congressional District The Federal Aviation Administration has abdicated to a private organization its responsibility for protecting the public. The Airline Passenger Association, a Dallas-based consumer organization with a membership of about 50,000, has spoken up for the safety of the traveling public by challenging the FAA's refusal to ground the DC-10 after the crash in Chicago. Led by James E. Dunne II, it has sought and received a federal court order forcing the FAA to do what it should have done to carry out its Congressional mandate of making airline travel safe. It is my view that the flying public may have a false sense of safety because of FAA assurances. In a sometimes heated and hostile hearing conducted by the House Government Operations Committee last week, FAA Administrator Langhorne M. Bond gave evasive answers to vital questions. I participated in that...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1979

I Page 6 Sachse Sentinel July 1979 Many Awards For Young Celebrity mmmi CORRECTION In last month's paper there was a mistake in the amount of peanut butter to be used in the Peanut- Butter Fingers which the Jr.Miss- ionettes prepared and served at a recent tea party which they hosted The recipe should have read. 1 1/4 C. creamy peanut butter 1/3 C. vegetable oil Combine in top of double boiler until melted. Have ready lightly toasted strips of bread from which the crusts have been re- moved. Dip crusts in the peanut butter mixture. Roll each strip in crumbs made from the crusts which have been toasted & crushed. ■ <i; J l\.: . AMBER DAWN NORRIS Little Sachse, Texas has a new celebrity and she is about as small as the town itself. Her name is Amber Dawn Norris the 4 year- old daughter of Ardie and Phyllis Norris, who just moved into their new home on Meadowcreek Drive. Amber is known mainly for her beauty, talent, charm and her repeated success in beauty pageants. Amber starte...

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

Awards Ceremony The Northlake Elementary presented diplomas to the following 5th grade students. Sherrye Attaway, Melynda Azlin, Lisa Ashurt, Lisa Bacher, John Beck, Rebecca Brannon, Jill Bodiford, Minda Cherry, Craig Davis, Michelle Dillard, •Sheila Hembach, Jeff Donihoo, Kira Kuzmiak, Scott Lane, Duke Lonietta, Todd M authe , DarreII Flliott, Scott McFarland, Alfonso Gamez, Jerry Sanders, Stephanie Griffin, Darrell Sedgwick, Jon Muff, Jason Sm ith , M ark Huff, Kenneth Veckert, Giovanni Mayorga, Tommy Vaughn, Anthony, Mckenzie, Donna Wallace, Susan Meyers, Nikki Weber, Susy I' arks, Tabbie Williams, Sandy Quinn, Gary Lachary, Randy Rogers, Vincent Luniga, Sharon Spivey, Tom kalagian, Tamara Lownzen, Fortner B rand on , Mike W at k ins, Tanya Wilks, Jennifer Volkert, Toby Barker, Lacy Buchanan, Laura Burrow, Lanny Butler, Chris Campbell, Clayton Carson, James Cartw right, Lec Fin ley, Cheri Fisher, Nickie Giddeons, Debbie Gilbert, Shannon Harrington, Vincent Jacobs, Brian Langford,...

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

J Page 8 Sachse Sentinel July 1979 NORTH LAKE NURSERY NEWS By: Sidney Z. Park Get ready to combat grub worms. Watch for Diazinon granules on sale, and buy now for appli- cation between July 20th and August 15th. June bugs (May beetles) have been busy laying eggs, and grub worms will hatch soon. The only time you can control grub worms is when they are in the larvae stage (July 20th to August 15 th). Timing is very important. Apply Diazinon granules for best results. Sow now for fall bloom- ing Zinnias, Marigolds, Peri- winkles, Cockscomb, and Morning Glorys. Fertilizes Roses through August with a good water soluble fertilizer especially designed for Roses. After Dahlias have en- joyed their first blooms cut the plant back about half way, and fertilize with Super Phosphate (0-20-0) to encourage abundant fall flowering. Cut back Hydrangea flowering stems about three nodes as soon as blooms have faded. This will get new growth started early so buds can set in iate summer, or early fall...

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

Start Hunting A Hunting Lease AUSTIN-Unless you plan to hunt on your own land or are a guest of a land- owner, hunting big game in Texas means having a lease. The Nov. 17 opening day of deer season in most counties might seem like a long way off but now is the time to hunt for a lease, ^according to officials of the Texas Parks and Wildlife )epartment. Finding a deer lease requires initiative, money, some luck and good timing. A good way to start your search for a lease is by talking to people who already have leases. They can give you an idea of the part of the state and type of hunting which might appeal to you, whether it is for trophy bucks in the South Texas Brush- lands, mule deer in the Trans-Pecos or the smaller but more abundant deer in other areas of the state. Through your friends you might find a group which needs an extra hunter. But take your time before accepting: a hunting lease represents a considerable cash investment. Make sure that you are getting a good return o...

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

!*".• «.* I «. . n i < ♦. ** • « 1 4 1%/. *,*> > ttdf /? 4 4 4 4# I Page 10 Sachse Sentinel July 1979 I Firemen's Summer Training M' mmmpM iSmrS* Sachse fireman attended the summer training on fire fighting again this year. Richardson hosted the event at their training field. The North Texas Region- al Conference on fire fight- ing is held each year to help firemen keep up-to- date on training. This school is for the paid as well as volunteer fireman. Ten men from Sachse attended the school for night time training. Two men attended the day class of eight hours. The men were trained on actual fighting of house fires, butane tanks, oil pit fires, and ladder climbing. Daytime classes were on motives of arson, inspection practices, reports and record keeping. The above training was sponsored by the State Fire- man's and Fire Marshals' Association, the Richardson Fire Department and the Dallas County Training Officers. CARLSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MA...

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

Bullock Receives Award AUSTIN, Tex.-The Municipal Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada have presented State Comptroller Bob Bullock with the highest award given to a public finance officer at the group's annual meeting in Detroit. Bullock received the pres- tigious "Louisville Gold Medal" for his successful efforts to help Texas counties modernize tjncial practices. ullock was cited for his efforts to lend assistance to Texas counties through the establishment by the Comp- troller's office of accounting standards, model accounting systems and on-site technical assistance. The award was established in 1939 by the Municipal Finance Officers Association and is given annually to the individual judged to have made the most outstanding accomplishment or contribution to governmental finance management. Bullock started the Standard Financial Manage- ment System in late 1976 to provide assistance to Texas counties and since that time more than 108 counties have reques...

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

Ff *• . V*. «. I Page 12 Sachse Sentinel July 1979 ■ ■ ^ TRUCK FOR SALE ADvil^n^riBfrs LOST- May 24. Reading Glasses Gold rim, black case. Murphy & Cornwall in Sachse. Call 495-8560 — Invitation To Bid Notice is hereby given that the City of Sachse, Texas, will receive bids on the sale of the following: 1968 l/i Ton Chevrolet Pick Up Truck. Truck can be seen at the Sachse Water Tower. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Secretary from July 10, 1979 to August 10,1979 until 4:00 PM. Bids will be opened at the City Council meeting August 13, 1979. A minimum of $500.00 is required. All bids submitted must be plainly marked on the outside. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. CITY OF SACHSE, TI.XAS By : Ann Holnian City Secretary FOR SALE- Apartment washer & dryer $100. 00. 8 ft. x 12 ft. green car pet $ 10. 00. Bell French telephone $60. 00. Desk & matching chair $65. 00. 5740 Boone St. Sachse, Texas. > .< ■' < * :'«£V | J Jewel...

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

THE SRCHSE SEnilDEl FREE VOL.4 NO. 8 AUGUST 1979 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE FCC Approves Cable T.V. On September 11, 1978, the City of Sachse passed Ordinance No. 244 granting Media Systems Inc., a franchise for Cable T. V. in Sachse. Bruce Martin, Media Systems Inc, representative, said that the FCC had approved their request for a license to serve Sachse. According to Mr. Martin, preliminary engineering has already started in this area and construction should begin between August 15 and September 15, 1979. The frmchise was for a 15-year period and the city will receive 3% of the gross receipts of the basic service charge. Mr. Martin said that they were pleased with the quick FCC approval. Equipment has been ordered and delivery is expected soon. He said that this puts us about 9 or 10 months ahead of schedule and we plan to start contacting subscribers about January or February, 1980. Mr. Martin further stated that programming is in the planning stage at this time and tha...

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

\ Page 2 Sachse Sentinel August 1979 f//f Ciuutl Nittt NEWS « ADVERTISING -1231 RT. 2- BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher & 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 emmeous 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. It Is a mistake to think of success as something one gets. It is something that a man is. When we talk of the elements of success, we are not discussing ways and...

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

New Inheritance Tax Forms AUSTIN, Tex.-State Comptroller Bob Bullock Friday said he has authorized a simple declara- tion form for certain bene- ficiaries to use in lieu of an inheritance tax return for estates less than $200,000. Bullock said the declara- tion of no tax due from Class A beneficiaries will replace the additional step of filing a more complicated return and having the Comptroller's Office issue a no tax declaration. A Class A beneficiary is defined as a person most closely related to the deceased person, including the surviving spouse, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Sons- in-law, daughters-in-law, parents and grandparents of a deceased person are also included in the definition. 'The new form is an effort to cut down on the amount of paperwork for small estates on which no Texas inheritance taxes are due and make our inheri- tance tax division a little more efficient and respon- sive at the same time." Bullock said. Estates which have a gross value ...

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

I Page 4 Sachse Sentinel August 1979 I Sachse Cost of Living In the past few weeks articles on comparing cost of living have appeared in other newspapers. This comparison was made on 24 cities within Dallas County. The comparison survey report was compiled by Eileen Pacheco, Administra- tive Intern for the City of Seagoville. The survey compared 14 cities with over 10,000 and 10 cities with under 10,000 popula- tion. Ann Holman, City Secre- tary and Tax Collector for the City of Sachse stated that the figures in the survey for Sachse were not true. Ms. Holman said that she had received lots of calls and that many of the Sachse residents were upset. The survey showed that Sachse's tax rate at $1.25 @ 50%; this made taxes on a $30,000 home $187.50 in Sachse. Ms. Holman said that this was wrong; the rate is .60 @ 75%. Ms. Holman said that it was unknown as to how or where the figures in the report came from. The survey also used a figure for taxes of $30,000 on a home. This did not say...

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

John Doe Letter PRFSIDENT OIL COMPANY Dear Sir, I have just received my gasoline statement from your credit office and feel it is time I made myself clear concerning this matter. Due to the worldwide shortage of money, particu- larly in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, 1 am no longer able to mail you my pay- ment as I have done in the past. I am not refusing to pay, but request that you send a representative to my home to collect in person. I will be there to do business Monday through Wednesday from 7:00 AM until 9:00 AM or until my weekly money allotment has run out. I am con- sidering going on the odd/ even plan to help my money last awhile longer but at the moment this is still in the planning stage. Please bear with me if your representative is in- convenienced by having to wait in line, but 1 do have other creditors who need their money also, Also, please try to have him call on me by the 22nd of the month as I expect my money allotment will be depleted by then. I hate to further i...

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

I Page 6 Sachse Sentinel August 1979 I SEMI-ANNUAL SALE 20%0FF CUSTOM DRAPERIES WOVB4WOODS, MINI-BLINDS, CARPET, WALLCOVERINGS, BEDSPREADS, PAINT Select from everything in our Cotorvan ... over 3,000 samples MEASURED TAILORED MSTALLED on your rod *149. 40 PICTURE WINDOW 105" W. X 90"L. BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE SATIN SPECIAL PURCHASE Thermal Insulated energy fabrics I casements. Reg. S4.25-S8.80 per yd. •3.50 - *6.99 Over 30 styles and color combinations. Discount applies to all lines, all styles, all colors... and Fabric and Labor TOO! Free Professional dccoratlng service in your home. Never any charge or obligation Derrell & Darlene Blakey ^ 276-1601 DRAPERY •CARPET* W ALLCOVERING the colorful store that comes to your % door^J Birthdays S(CJJcs{C£ ****** ************** HAPPY 55th BIRTHDAY Pastor Capehart With Love Your Church J***#******************** TO PLACE A FREE HAPPY BIRTHDAY MESSAGE. Call 495-1231 Limit 10 words fdTroilH Your ^l^jl Library Summer Program Success We have been ex...

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

Lane Family Reunion The Lane Family held their reunion on Saturday July 7, 1979. The reunion, the first in approximately 10 years was held in the Fellowship Hall at the Sachse Christian Church. Among the attended were arviving sisters ^ane Elsie 52 the of who four T.L. Viola Freeman and Barger of Garland, Cleo Hutson from Sachse and Azalea Shugart from the Pleasant Valley area. Those who came the farthest to attend were from Chicago, 111., others came from Parsons, Kansas, Okla City, Oklahoma, Denison, Texas, Ft. Worth, Wolfe City, Irving, Dallas, C.arland and Sachse. HAIR HUT 2* J 422-7571 v fU /*j/ murphy rd. / at F.M. 544 Hair styling I"or Entire Family Men & Boys Haircuts TUES. - SAT. 9:00-5:00 OPERATED BY DOLORES CONNELLY Come By & Get Acquainted 495-1231 TO REPORT NEWS OR ADVERTISE I August 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 7 I Rowlett Florist & Gifts Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts Wire Service Visa * Master Charge ...

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

I Page 8 Sachse Sentinel August 1979 SACHSE'S BALL PINTOS No Sponsor First Row, left to right: Danny Mims, Matthew Woods, Jason Russell, Jason Whatley, Jeremy Stinnett. Second Row: Assistant Coach, Brent Widney, Nathan Majors, Jeff Maher, Abe Davalos, Mark Osburne, Coach Don Maher. Not Pictured: Larrey Lynn Dean and Darren Ash. COLTS Sponsored by Roan Construction NO PICTURE Kelly Helm, Allen Lovell, Charles Darling, Wayne Penny, W. C. Nix, Keith Mitchell, David McDaniel, Ricky Rich, Terry Gambill, Keith Esties, Bobby Kennedy. MUSTANGS Sponsored by Ted's Floor and Decor First Row: Mark Jones, Bat Boy, Scott Sanderford, Danny Cornehl, Kerry Staples, Brian Smith, Lance Jones, Scott Smith. Secod Row: Coach Erwin Cornehl, John Darling, Brent Huff, Mike Kosheski, Jerry Dean, Kenny Anderson, Larry Dean and Assistant Coach Charles Darling. The Mustangs won four games and lost eight. At the end of the season they had a team swimming party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cornehl. Team trophies w...

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

y mm ■MMMMMIMHNMMnmbmi TEAMS -1979 August 1979 Sachse Sentinel Page 9 AL'S MEAT & LOCKERS 626 STATE ST GARLAND, TEX. Phone: Home—279-8173 Business-276-5514 WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS 6 MONTH FINANCING U.S. CHOICE AGED HEAVY BEEF BY THE STEAK or FREEZER FULL FEED LOT BEEF LOCKER RENTAL -FINEST BEEF FOR THE FINEST PEOPLE- PALOMINOS Sponsored by House of Trophies Front Row, left to right: Kelly Craine, Lisa King, Kim Bivins. Second Row: Linda Kappes, Candy Chastain, Alicia Scales, Angela Corley, Christi Washburn. Back Row: Cheryl Brennen, Patricia Clark, Coach Frances Bivins, Sherry Crane, Cindy Washburn. Not Pictured: Coach Gary Bivins, Laura Yandry, Penny Dow, and Gina Lovell. Sports- manship trophy went to Sherry Crane. 0 9 % ® CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR NEW CARPETING As low bidder, Alpha/ Omega Floors was awarded a $145,000 contract for new carpeting and V. C. tile at several elementary schools. The estimated price for this work was $140,000. Schools to receive new carpet and tile includ...

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

Sachse Sentinel August 1979 I North Lake Nursery News ALLERGIC TO INSECT STINGS? BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK Before August 1 Sth apply Diazinon or Dursban granules, or spray with Diazinon, for grub worms. If white grubs are not killed by this date they will be your guests until next May and there will be nothing you can do about it. An A&M Agricultural Exten- sion Service press release date 8-11-73 explains that .. grub worms come from June bugs, and June bugs came from the gound (several weeks ago to be exact). Once they emerged they soon began laying eggs and now those eggs are hatching. Grub worms that will soon grow to almost an inch long could currently curl up on a pin head. Common sense tells any of us part-time entomologists that a tiny grub worm will be easier to control than a fully grown one.. Now is the time to apply a good balanced and complete fertilizer to lawns, trees, shrubs, bushes and everything else that is growing. Give them a good meal now and they will pay you back...

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