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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

. . *.* * -- ••— - . 5^ •>■ *>*• .«* « THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL JRNUflflY 1980 —-- >• .i VC/ CASTLE REALTORS I ★ Home Office Located In Sachse ★ Full Time Professional Agents ★ Member - Greater Dallas Board of Realtors ★ Located on Highway 78 - Across From City Hall ★ Manager is a Sachse Resident ★ Donated To Serving the Best Interest of Sachse and It's People <% 6024 HIGHWAY ►WHY NOT ASK HOW WE CAN DO A BETTER JOB OF SELLING YOUR HOME THAN ANYONE ELSE?

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

:. t THE SACHSE SENTINEL Si VA Questions Answered The largest Catholic church in the United States and the seventh largest church in the world is the National Shrine of the Im- maculate Conception in Washington, D.C. Built for the whole Catholic com- munity of the U.S., its arch- itecture, sculpture, win- dows, inscriptions, mosaics, even its smallest ornaments, are primarily the fruit of American imagination, skill, contributions and devotion. Construction of the shrine became something of a leg- end among construction workers because no lives were lost, and no serious accident occurred. Only the most skilled were hired, and no one was allowed to work when conditions became hazardous. It is estimated that work on the tower, where high winds posed spe- cial danger, was stopped for one hour of every four. DRIVELINE AMAZING BUT TRUE!!! Even though a lot of us hate it, and most of us refuse to obey it more than part of the time, the humble little 55 MPH speed limit continues to work st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

• -v\ £•£".<•* > North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK THE 9ACHSE SENTINEL Every year more and more people are honoring their friends and relatives at Christmastime with living gifts. The four most popu- lar are Poinsettia, Kalan- choe and Christmas cactus. If someone has shown their affection by presenting you with a living gift here are some tips about how to keep it living. POINSETTIA: Situate in a place where it will receive the most sunlight for the greatest number of hours each day. Keep away from hot drafts, such as heat from the central heating outlets. Also, keep away from cool drafts. Poinsettias prefer an even temperature. If the plant is in a container wrapped in tinfoil it is OK to leave the tinfoil on but punch holes in the wrapper so water from the drain hole in the pot can flow freely away from the roots. If the pot is in a dish do not allow the plant to stand in water. Poinsettias will not tolerate wet feet, but they like humidity, so sit the pot on a wat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL Indoor blues? Reinforcements for Hunt County DALLAS — For as long as even some old-timers can remember, deer have been scarce in Hunt County. The deer situation declin- ed to a point that there has been no deer hunting season for more than a decade. Changing land uses and perhaps other factors such as illegal hunting may have contributed to the decline, but efforts by local land- owners and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department may help turn the situation around. In early 1978, two land- owners, Andy Brewer of Kaufman and Bud Dennis of Poetry, contacted P&WD about the possibilities of restoring the deer herd population. The men ramrodded the task of contacting all land- owners in a 35,000-acre tract. Each property owner signed a contract agreement with the department to pro- tect all deer for a specified period of time. A public hearing was held, the program was approved and the depart- ment made plans to begin a restocking program with deer trapped in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

*: nEnHi SAVES ENERGY* SAVES MONEY i/A K & 8 ENTERPRISE Blow Your Attic Residential & Commercial 495-1376 'Virtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors." Confucius "THE BIG OPEN 9:00 AM-6:00 PM CLOSED WED. & SUN. THANKS for '79 THICKET" Hew Decade Rifles May 1980 be the start of a banner deca for all our wonderful friends. Many thanks for your continued patronage. Good luck! ! 1 1 % ! J Jewelry Shotguns Handguns BUT SELL TRADE 495-9505 HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE Warren Elementary Closed After extensive research into the situation, Trustees voted to close Warren Ele- mentary at the conclusion of the 1979-80 school year. The announcement is being made now so that parents in the area will have the opportunity to make their Freedom-of-Choice to any other school in the area during the 30-day enroll- ment period set for January 28 - February 26. The Board also authorized the Administration to negotiate a contract with an appro- priate lessor for the use of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL Thank \bu SORORITY NEWS Naomi Reed Hosts Christmas Party Phi Sigma Alpha had the November meeting in Garland at the home of Alice Shipley with a book review "How I Got To Be Perfect." Our new member Jean Schell, also of Garland was installed. The Christmas party was held in the home of Devon and Naomi Reed with 22 present enjoying all the festivities and a delicious dinner. Those present from Garland: Lee Miller, Faye Davis, Paula Yoes, Charlene Baughman, Jean Schell, Alice Shipley, Dorothy Marsh, Odie Hall, ner daughter-in-law, Donna Hall, Bill and Sybol Wools- ton, and from Sachse: ,Ray and Betty Gour, Merl and Lauri Schwenk, Lou Ann Gray, Glen and Jean Gurley, co-hostess, Thelma and Ray Stanton and Devon and Naomi Reed. Their home was decorat- ed throughout with the Christmas theme and Christ- mas music played continu- ously reminding us of the true meaning of Christmas and also the spirit of love and friendship. The girls enjoyed exchanging gifts and revealin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

• ! "v*'.i wmmm / ♦♦■•"• l"l"l"i •!• I • "< l"l 'M"!"* III!111II IIH|.|i|.MIII<l- CfiBiCORKS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL ! Gymnastics Ballet X Jazz WRUNG Disco SPECIAL MORNING CLASSES J , - TAP, BALLET, BATON ft GYMNASTICS Wed.-Sat. \ PRECISION HAIR CUTS 9*00 - ? For Entire Family Operated By ^ j 7 Dolores Connelly & Sue Porter MURPHY RD Come By & Get Acquainted 422-7571 SHERRY MATLOCK & JEANNIE STRAIN OWNERS 1443 BUCKINGHAM at NORTH STAR RD. 495-1719 . 495 5338 . 279-6666 «• .f. .y. .y ■ .f ■ .f ■ .f ■ .f ■ .y. y. ■! ■ 'f ■ ■>■■! ■*! Auxiliary Install Officers at Christmas Party nore8t After school, on a rainy day, the teacher pulled, pushed, tugged and hauled, helping Michael on with his goulashea. When at last she Anally got his feet into them, he thapfrti her and said, "These ain't mine." The teacher grabbed the goulashes and after much struggling, got them off. "Who do they belong tor "To my brother," answered Michael, "But my mother makes me wear them." Ladies Aux...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

<H ii i1 mi" WWiwn THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL JflNUAflV 1980 * How To Cook Venison CRAFTY IDEAS Many Texas hunters have already bagged their deer this hunting season, and the Texas Parks and Wild- life Department suggests they cook the venison like lean beef. Loin and rib cuts are best broiled or over roasted. Pot roasting or braising with moist heat is best for cook- ing venison from older deer and for the less tender cuts from younger animals. Proper care following the successful hunt will deter- mine how much work the cook will have to do in removing fat - the major cause of the gamey flavor in all wild game including deer. Also, the fat quickly turns rancid, so it is wise to remove it from the carcass. Venison should not be overcooked. Deer meat has short fibers and toughens quickly when it is overcook- ed or cooked at high temperatures. Set oven temperature at 300 degrees for roasting. Serve the veni- son medium to well-done rather than rare or over-done. Venison being prepared for...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

MS* r:" J •; ^X^ggt?. V-> #. "-1:^-.-': I'iiipw ? The Hupmobile pictured was the first automobile to be used in the Dallas County Sheriff's Depart- ment and John Chiesa is shown here with the Sheriff at the time, around the turn of the century. Chiesa, a lifetime resident of the owlett area, was a Dallas ounty deputy sheriff, and many of his decendents still live in the Sachse and Rowlett area. (This picture was first published in the Rowlett Record.) FROM THE PAST gSPsHJ oSp*! I Ml HE9HH 3 E§Bj Pp Ipjjll MEXj|§|§ Wtm i<rf SACHSE LIONS OFFICERS INSTALLED wc 5791 Transcontinental television was inaugurated Sept. 4, 1951, when President Harry Truman addressed the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference in San Francisco. THE SACHSE SENTINEL JflNUARV1980 n COLLIN COUNTY OPTICAL1 103 Impression Center - Wylie FOR ALL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS CERTIFIED OPTICIAN FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE FREE ADJUSTMENTS QUALITY EYEWEAR AT AFFORDABLE PRICES WIDE SELECTION OF FRAMES LENSES DUPUCATED PHOTOCHROME LENS...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

SENTINEL NUflflV 1980 * Barn Limits Increase Thi - Effective Jan. f>ed bass limits >ma will be five and 10 in ias Paries and Commission, Austin last week, the increased department staff 'completed an irith the Okla- lent of Wild- jrder reservoir. limits on three stripers and six in Toledo Bend ;the sole remain- bass fishery in |th less than the limit. Limits re two per day possession, but with Louisiana's wildlife agency are underway and an agree- ment for increased limits is anticipated sometime in 1980, according to Fisheries Division Director Bob Kemp. Fisheries staff members told the commission that Texoma has an outstanding striper fishery which would not be damaged by increas- ed limits. In addition to stocking efforts by Okla- homa which got the popu- lation started, striper repro- duction has been confirmed in the lake, the commission was told. During October, staff members held public hearings in the Texoma area to receive public testimony and found predominantly favo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

' 'Uk- "M* ' < Canned beans are key to easy nutritious homemade soup Cold weather makes us yearn for hearty, homemade soups. But with today's schedules, who has time to cook them? You do, with a little behind the scenes help from convenient canned pork and beans in tomato sauce. Just combine this staple-in-a- can with chunks of potatoes, ham, and onion, and you'll have savory meal in a bowl in about irty minutes (even less in your microwave)! What's more, "Michigan Pork & Bean Soup" is not only convenient and delicious, it's economical and good for you, too. To get more nutritious recipcs featuring Michigan beans, send a self-addressed stamped enve- lope to Michigan Bean Com- mission, 921 North Washington Avenue, Lansing, Ml 48906. MICHIGAN PORK ANI) BEAN SOUP 3 cups chicken broth (canned or frozen) I pound potatoes (3 medium), cut in '/i-inch cubes 1 small onion, finely chopped '/2 cup thinly sliced celery 1 clove garlic, mashed 1 small bay leaf 2 cans (I pound each) pork an...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

THE QACHSE SENTINEL VETERANS ON VA ROLLS Among the more than two million parents, widows and children of ex-service- men on Veterans Adminis- tration compensation and pension rolls are 90 widows and 134 helpless children of Civil War veterans. These children receive benefits based on their being dis- abled before attaining age 18. The last Civil War veteran died in 1959. The most senior veterans on VA rolls are 209 Spanish-American War veterans. This group that once numbered 392,000 during that war still has 14,013 widows and 1,116 children who are receiving VA payments. Surviving spouses qualify for compensation or pension benefits as a result either of the veteran's service-connected death or their own financial need. Children who qualify are eligible under the helpless child rule. Though World War I veterans themselves average 84.5 years, 153 parents of World War I veterans are receiving VA death or de- pendents' indemnity com- pensation benefits. Parents of veterans who died in ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

we want to with a bang! §§ SO COME BY AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE ON ALL YOUR DECORATOR NEEDS EVERYTHING UNDER THE ROOE Priced TO SELL! ouu/ry carpetng 100% NYLON PILE SHAG CARPET From 3.99 sq. yd •, A > Mpy • ^ ' YUM ' •"> -I®# W9m Just 4 .79 sq. yd. . . i rom PERKY PRINTS LEVL LOOP TWEED CARPET Excellent For Kitchens or Game Rooms Priced at 4.49 sq. yd VMn FUnRCOVERWGS MANY COLORS AND PATTERNS GAE & CONGOLEUM NO WAX VINYL FLOORS Starts At Just g gg ^ yd_ INSTALLATION AVAILABLE "DO IT YOURSELF" Supplies Also Available WE HAVE MINI BLINDS - For That Decorator Touch 20 o/ off - during January WOVEN WOODS - To Add To Your Window Decor also a BIG 2 0 % °" " dur,n6 JanUary THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL Jf)NUf)RV 1980 I Sautters ] j Heating & Air Conditioning j ..J SALES • SERVICE • INSTALL. □ I SERVICE ALL MAKES | SAULTERS HEATING AIR CONDITIONING 530 8433 > i ~ ***** &***&i Huw.jiiiii ■linn- *> HIGHWAY 78 SAGHSE □ MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 24 Hour Answering Service 530...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1980

THE LEADER SINCE 1906 First National Bank 214/494-1414 Garland Glenbrook and Ave. A/Member FDIC REPUBLIC OF TEXAS *gh- m ilm w Hk> . & IN 4**

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

.v- THE SHCHSE SEIITIIIEL ^Communicating With The Community" FREE vol. 5 no. 2 F€6AUARV 1980 sachse texas PubH*l*d MtrtMy FREE Meet Gerald Morris January 15, 1980, Gerald Morris was hired as Chief of Police for Sachse and he started work- ing on January 15. Mr. Morris comes to Sachse with an extensive background in police and criminal work. After graduating from Commerce High School in Commerce, Texas he became interested in police work and attended college at Grayson County Jr. College and 2 years at Abiliene Christian. Gerald and his wife have lived in Murphy, Texas for 13 years and they attend the Murphy Baptist Church. Mr. Morris, who is 46 years old, has been in police work most of his adult life. He was with the Irving Police Department for 5 years and then the Piano Police Department for 14 years, where he rose in supervision from Patrolman, to Sgt. and on to Station Commander in 1972. For the past 4 years Mr. Morris has been with the Sheriff Department in Collin County. In o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

m •1 ft i THE 3ACHSE SENTINEL A wbruorv i960 * m NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT. 2 - BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 City Council Notes THE 8ACHSE 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 !r,d navi JANUARY 14, 1980 City Council met in regular session at 7:30 p m. with all members present with the exception of Councilman Bodiford Bob Vincent, manager of the Garland office of TP&L presented the council with a rate adjustment for their consideration. Mr. Vincent said thai it had been 24 months since Texas Power & Light had came before the council to ask for an increase and that a 20.6% increase was "tfeing asked for at this, time, which would be $8 .04 per month for the average homeowner, based on ! 1,440 kilowatt hours per year. He further mentioned the effects of inflation and the need to build power plants. He said that TP&L does not depend on outsi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

s~ THE SACH8E SENTINEL * WBBURBV1980 * 9 'Ai r=si D- > ; All of Sachse Invited to Meet Your New Realtors and Inspect Our Facilities Coffee and Pastries Served All Day Saturday February 2nd. CASTLE REALTORS 6024 HIGHWAY Kl'NIC VKVCf MLS © La aajj \J*i Oki x a 3a £9ID/1'. it. *rnc rit'W hpfe<tct'. 5

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

! f .$ w U# 4 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL KQRUnnV 1980 4 North Lake Nursery News Many nursery owners or- dered their 1980 require- ments of shade, fruit, and nut trees from wholesale growers in August. Ship- ments have been arriving all during January and more will come in February. Now is an excellent time to visit a reliable, well- stocked nursery and pick out the trees best suited to your needs and location. Some trees will grow in certain spots and others will not. In 1971 I planted a cottonless Cottonwood in my front yard. It died. In 1974 Joe and Kay Fikes gave me a beautiful, four cane, live oak and planted it in the same spot where the Cottonwood had been. The oak died. In 1977 Joe planted a Bradford Pear in the same spot. The pear is now a thing of beauty and a joy to behold. Why did two good trees die in one spot and the third grow like a weed? I don't know — and I haven't found anyone else who knows. But, those things do happen, and undesirable results can be reduced to a minimum...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

de As 0vet VooV\n9f°'0% THE SACHSE SENTINEL KBRUflflV 1980 ' ' • *<* to. 4* A We're the People To Help Yon Out Maybe you've been doing a little looking on your own. And it seems impossible to find that dream house. Probably you're a bit weary going from place to place and not finding anything that just hits the mark. That's where we come in. We have listings of every home on the market in this community. We've checked them all out. We can give you complete details from schools to shopping. TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU Home Office In Sachse — 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE WE NEED LISTINGS BUY - SELL - TRADE MEMBER GREATER DALLAS REALTOR GARLAND REALTOR "WE DEAL IN COUNTRY PROPERTY" DROP BY "COFFEE'S ON" 276.0021 HIGHWAY 78 - SACHSE 494.3565

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

nr "ar THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL JL KBftUARV 1980 * w i 9 'i % J W I |Jt f Manager of New Realtors in Sachse Castle Realtors Manager, Mike Barrow and wife, Sandra Recognizing the need for a full-time professional office to service the growing and finrprtf>Ti*i focfot6 rea*estate■ area two residents have amoved their licenses here. Mike Barrow and wife, Sandra, have been working hard during the past several weeks renovating and clean- ing the old and familiar "Bates Cafe" which just recently served as the sub- station for the Dallas Coun- ty Sheriff. Part of the renovation in- cluded modernization and sprucing. The building also ;,now supports a handsome new sign easily recognizable from the busy Highway 78. The Manager of Castle Realtors, Mike Barrow is no stranger to the Sachse area. Yqu will recognize his name from his previous work here with Tone Real Estate. Mike has been a resident of the Sachse area for the past six years. His wife, Sandra, also an agent with Castle Realtors, tea...

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