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

Fire Dept. Annual Report Sachse Fire Department released its annual report for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1979. The Fire Department made a total of 69 calls from October 1, 1978 to September 30, 1979. The calls varied from fires in homes to a horse in a well. Included in the 69 calls which were answered 16 of them were classified as public service calls, 4 were turning off water, loose livestock was one, 4 were for use of the water vacu- um, 2 were for heart attack, out of gasoline were 3, high water was one, and a horse in a well was one. With last winter's ice and wet weather the grass fires were kept to a minimum of 15 with an estimated num- ber of acres burned within the city of 14 and in the county of 5 acres. Ten alarms were answer- ed for structures (homes) with an estimated total loss for the City of Sachse of $1,000 and for Dallas Coun- ty $56,150. Trash, brush, and auto fires accounted for an addi- tional 11 alarms, with the fire department assisting with 6 auto ...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1980

■ { 41 I' t THE SACH8E SENTINEL KflftURBV 1980 * Christmas Celebrations 8 The pre-Christmas season brought many new experi- ences to the Sachse Pre- schoolers. The children made gifts and ornaments to add to their family's cele- brations. The main high- light of the month, though, was the Christmas program they presented to their par- ents and friends. On Thurs- day night December 13th the following students enacted the familiar Yule- tide story: Mary - Wendy Barnett; Joseph - Lance Roberts; Lambs - Jennifer Hail, Brandi Keltner, Jeremy Henderson, and Ronnie Norris; Shepherds - Patrick Butler, Stephen McKnight, and Jonathan Stewart; An- gels - Christie Combs, Jen- nifer Hughs, Amber Norris, and Amy Schillerstrom; Star - Jamie Whatley; Wise Men - Jeremiah Harris, Trent Scales, and Sam Scarborough. Thanks to Ruth Frank- lin, accompanist; Norma Alexander, Louise Capehart, and Bill Hughs, costumes; Tracy Bornholdt, Jill Bodi- ford, Amber and Heather Kaiser, hostesses. The chil- dren had...

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

* ' .>■!! | i muMiM n„t t SO FLATTERING TOR VALlNTINt S DAY Special Bridal Room Cut Arrangements Holiday Room Blooming Plants Wedding Invitations Funeral Designs And Napkins Green Plants Gifts Rowiett Florist & Gifts 3830 Main Street (2 story building by the fire station) Wiie Service We Deliver Visa * Master Charge American Express * Diner's Club 475-2098 :; SACHSE LIONS «i < Auxiliary Plan Calendar For 1980 The Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department met January 15 with 19 members and 1 guest present. President Thelma Stanton called the meeting to order and Counselor Edith Bailey opened with a prayer. Vice-President and Pro- gram Chairman Janet Hughs presented her program of monthly activities. This included a "Make-Bake-and Take" auction for February to which the members were urged to bring husbands and guests for a sandwich supper which will be followed by the auction. All the members will contribute the items to be auctioned. February is also set as a new membe...

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

I IHE 8ACH8E SENTINEL KBRURRV1980 * - V V 'J v* Notias New Marketing Officer At First National Garland - Vincent E. Thompson, President & Cheif Executive Officer, announced the election of Gail Notias as Marketing Offier for First National Bank in Garland. Notias brings to First National over six years of banking experience in marketing and related acti- vities of business develop- ment. As marketing officer, Notias will direct the marketing efforts. to Bond Sale Feb. 19 Trustees approved a reso- lution setting Tuesday, February 19 as the dite for the sale of $10,580,000 in bonds. Additionally, Board members agreed to change the next regularly scheduled Board meeting from February 21 to Febru- ary 19 to coincide with the bond sale. i include advertising and public relations. Previously, Ms. Notias was associated with the City National Bank of Piano. She was active in the Piano Chamber of Commerce and was awarded an Honorary Lifetime Membership for her achievements. Prior to City...

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

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

.7. ry ,"> in m - ■ V J THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL KBflUrifiV 1980 * An Open Letter to Fellow Texans The firemen of Texas are asking for your help. A little less than two years ago, the firemen of Texas held the Grand Opening and Dedica- tion of the FIRE MUSEUM OF TEXAS. The museum is dedicated to the preserva- tion of the history and heritage of the fire service in Texas and to the teaching and education of the public in the ways of fire safety and fire prevention. Movies depicting fire prevention and safety are shown to all visitors on the half hour. We have a wonderful collection of fire apparatus on display, spanning over 100 years of fire service, along with other fire related equipment, photographs, uniforms and memorabilia. There is also an exciting fire t uck ride for everyone to enjoy. All this and much more is awaiting you when you visit the Fire Museum. There is also a very large mortgage that we are attempting to pay off, which amounts to $520,000.00. We are appealing to the...

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

ALTERATIONS & SEWING ALTERATIONS ON: MEN'S, WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHES SEWING ON: WOMEN'S CLOTHES Rea8onable Ratea — Experienced East Piano — 422-7426 n North Side Sharpening Service — A.J MASH I WSKE & SON — VVI SHARP IN CHAIN S \W BLA 1)1 S SAW BLADES HAND SAWS STEEL & CARBIDI ELECT. TOOL REPAIR SCISSORS BUILDER TOOLS TORO MOW I RS SALES ALL WORK GUARANTEED 272 - 6101 I 1 10 LA VON DR. GARLAND. TEXAS 75040 "Be silent always when you doubt your sense." Alexander Pope HI S We'll Do the Job Why fuss? Call us! We'll clean your septic tank thoroughly... when it needs it. On call 7 days a week. 24 hours a day. Try us! A. C. PETTWAY SEPTIC TANK CLEANING PHONE: 1-542 7655 Cribs That Cause Entrapment & Strangulation THE SACHSE SENTINEL KBRUfiflV 1980 * For some time now, the Bassett Furniture Company of Virginia has been trying to locate the Bassett "Can- dlelite" and "Mandalay" cribs. They have run out of their records and still have about 300 Candle- lite and 5,000 ...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL KBAURRV1980 * 14 ^JJ^HHMMH****** *********************************** -J 10 oz. Dr. Pepper- 19£ I We Have A Complete * |J;f>Vij!fc!•!•]It * * DRIVELINE The Return of The Hawk ... When winter winds whistle across Lake Michigan, Chicagoans often say The Hawk is flying." In Texas it's called a Blue Norther, but the effect is the same — icy roads and bad driving weather. Icy spots are ten times more slippery than dry pavement, so watch out, especially on curves and hills. Bridges and overpasses are especially dangerous, because they are up in the air and more exposed to the cold, so they freeze faster. Often, as the temperature plummets below freez- ing, bridges and overpasses develop icy spots even though the rest of the highway is still unfrozen . .. so don't be lulled into a false sense of security. Amazing fact: The number of injuries from traffic accidents in America dropped by 400,000 a year after the 55 mph speed limit became law. There's a lesson there some...

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

£iiM Texoma Fishing License Spring Turkey Hunt ■ "«n ■ ?/Xr Q AUSTIN - The new $5 Lake Texoma fishing license now is available and in effect, but some confusion still may exist about license requirements on the border reservoir. The Texoma license allows its holder to fish both Texas and Oklahoma waters of the lake without having to purchase resident or nonresident licenses from either state. However, Texas residents over 65 years of age who are exempted from having to purchase a resident Texas license for fishing within the state still need to have the Texoma license or a non- resident Oklahoma fishing license if they plan to fish the Oklahoma portion of the lake, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The only persons exempt from this requirement are those under 14 years ol age. Lake Texoma presents an unusual set of law enforce- ment problems for wildlife agencies of the two states, since an invisible line divides the lake. About 70 percent of the reservoir is cons...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL — KBAUflRV 1980 * M i LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP CASTLE & LAVON DRIVE LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER GARLAND OPEN SUNDAYS WOOD & WOOD CPA'S INCOME TAX RETURN PREPARATION (OVER 82 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON OUR STAFF, 12 YRS. IRS) BOOKKEEPING, DATA PROCESSING, PAYROLL, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2051st Nat'lBk Tower 272-85671 « - - f- ~ n u m-W—I1 Sachse Police Dept. 442-5913 i * 4 * 4 * First National Work, It's something the people of Gar- land value be- cause it has brought good things to our families and to the community. In a world where so many things don't seem to work anymore, it's refreshing to find an institution that stiff does. First National Bank in Garland is our city's oldest and largest bank. But just as important as our strength today is the fact that we grew up with Garland — from the time we financed Garland's early cotton cro~s, right through to today when you find the kind of service you'i expect from somebody who knows your needs well. Things like .onger ba...

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

THE SRCH5E SEnTMEl 'Communicating With The Community" FREE VOL. 5 NO. 3 MARCH 1980 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Property Tax Pamphlet Available Ann Holman, tax assessor-collector for the City of Sachse, today announced the availability of a new 12-page pamphlet which may help local residents save on their property taxes. According to Mrs. Holman, the pamphlet explains how the property tax system in Texas operates, and highlights possible tax savings available to citizens. The publication was developed by the State Property Tax Board in accordance with Senate Bill 621, passed by the Texas Legislature in 1979. Information in the pamphlet is applicable to property taxes collected by all levels ol local government, including counties, cities and school districts. Mrs. Holman noted that while cities may not offer a general homestead exemption, such as is available from school districts and counties, the city of Sachse does offer locally adopted exemptions for citizens age 65 or ol...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1980 * 2 NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT. 2 • BOX 116-C GARLAND. TX. 75040 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 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 - City Council Notes FEBRUARY 25, 1980 Council met in regular session at 7:30pm, all members were present except Councilman Bailey. Bob Roeder, attorney for Media System, asked the coun- cil to amend the name in the ordinance on the franchise that was granted to Cable Vision to supply Cable T. V. to Sachse. M...

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

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

I THE SACH8E SENTINEL mmch1980 4 .t i ■ VA Questions EDITOR'S NOTE: Follow- ing are representative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full infor- mation is available at any VA office. Q - I intend to purchase a home in the near future using my Veterans Adminis- tration home loan guaranty eligibility. What is the current interest rate? A - The current interest rate is 11.5 percent. How- ever, you should contact the nearest VA regional office prior to actual pur- chase of a home since interest rates are subject to change. Q - May a veteran in college under the GI Bill and needing less than 12 credit hours to graduate take 12 or more hours in his final term in order to receive full-time educational benefits? A - Yes, provided the veteran or eligible person has sufficient remaining entitlement. Q - I have a participat- ing Veterans Administration insurance policy which will earn a dividend this year. When may I expect to receive this dividend? A - Unless otherwise specified, the...

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

1 Vc* ;J : ftfj .-. . • '-tJkX :iOautriM0B 1 * -"•* * - - « « North Side Sharpening Service — A.J. MASHEWSKE & SON — WE SHARPEN CHAIN SAW BLADES SAW BLADES HAND SAWS STFEL & CARBIDE ELECT. TOOL REPAIR SCISSORS BUILDER TOOLS McCulloeh Chain Saw • Sales & Service • ALL WORK GUARANTEED 272-6101 11 10 LA VON DR. GARLAND. TEXAS 75040 WOOD & WOOD CPA'S INCOME TAX RETURN PREPARATION (OVER 82 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON OUR STAFF, 12 YRS. IRS) BOOKKEEPING, DATA PROCESSING, PAYROLL, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 2051st Nat'l Bk Tower 272-8567 THE QACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1980 5 Public School Week Costly Graduation Fishing Trip Policy Revised New School Named Upon the recommenda- tion of the Building Com- mittee and Administration, Trustees named the new ele- mentary school Spring Creek Elementary School. This name will identity the location since the street in front of the building has been named Spring Creek Drive and the park around the school has tentatively been named Spring Creek Park. DALL...

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

THE QACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1980 ★ 6 What's New At The Library Sachse Library, located on 6th at the Community Center, receives new books each month and the follow- ing are just a few of the 33 books which came in this month. Pioneers of Psychology, Helping Your Teen-Age Student, Alternatives to College, Better Than Store- Bought (a cookbook con- taining recipes for things like marshmallows, pudding mix, cottage cheese, graham crackers, etc.), Better Homes and Gardens Food Processor Cookbook, Needles (a novel), The Spring of the Tiger, Domino (a romantic historical fiction), American Indian Habitats (this is an excellent book for school reports and models), In Summertime It's Tuffy (a children's book), and The World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1980. The Sachse library is bulging with books of all types and Mrs. Bryant, the librarian can order a book for you if the library does not have it. Just recently she tracked down an out of print book and had it sent here all the way from Houston...

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

o SORORITY NEWS Charlene Baughman Sorority Sweetheart Phi Sigma Alpha Sorority met for their Valentine Party in the home of Paula Yoes in Garland with 15 members present. The sweetheart of the year was selected and Char- lene Baughman was the sweetheart. She was present- ed with a lovely charm. Thelma Stanton was selected as chairman of the nominating committee. After the meeting everyone enjoyed lovely refreshments and joined in bingo games with gifts for all. Deborah Kelm Wins Spelling Bee Deborah Kelm, a 12- year-old seventh grader from O'Banion Middle School, won the Garland Independent School District annual spelling bee contest Thursday morning (Febru- ary 21), beating the de- fending champion, Kim Carter, an eighth grader from Jackson Middle School. Deborah won the contest when she correctly spelled the word "grievous," which Kim missed, and then correctly spelled the word "grandeur." Deborah, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelm, 4022 Greensboro Circle, was an alternate i...

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

mw-' WW**)1" THE 8ACH9E SENTINEL MARCH 1980 * 8 North Lake Nursery News Spring is almost here - and what a great feeling! Shortly after the last killing frost (usually in mid-March) spring will arrive - followed by nine months of good gardening weather. So, thoughts turn to sowing vegetable seeds and here a few to plant in March: Beans (Lima-String-Pole-Bush), Cante- loupe, Watermelon, Lettuce, Carrot, Radish, Mustard, Okra, Sweet Corn, Cucumber, Egg Plant, Spinach, Tomato, Pea, Turnip, Squash, and Parsley. Also, put out Onion sets, and plant Irish Potatoes. March is the time to sow flower seeds, such as: Ageratum, Moonflower, Cockscomb, Cosmos, Sunflower, Balsam, Impatiens, Morning Glory, Four O'Clock, Petunia, Portulaca, Scarlet Sage, Marigold, Verbena, Periwinkle (Vinca), Zinnia, Alyssum. Nasturtium, and Pinks. If sowing seeds doesn't sound appealing and if you want quick flower- ing - buy strong, healthy, professionally grown seedlings. Here is a short list of seedlings you can ...

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

X mm wm Week-End Specials SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS ONLY Home Made Bar-B-Q Beef « SANDWICHES or BY THE LB. " Home Made Menudo ■ Fresh Corn Tortillas (HOME MADE) Sachse Grocery 6120 HIGHWAY 78 - SACHSE 495.1214 HOME MADE SANDWICHES EVERYDAY' DR. PEPPER 10 oz.-15£ 32 oz.-32£ (plus tax & dep) HOURS: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM SUNDAYS 9:00 AIVi - 8:00 PM HALF GALLON 1. 29 Borden Ice Cream If it's Borden, it's got to be goo< MIXED DRINK SALES TAX AUSTIN, TX - State Comptroller Bob Bullock said Texas collected $77.9 million in gross receipts taxes on mixed drinks during the last year. He said the mixed drink taxes for the year's last quarter reached $20.3 million and that his office was mailing checks totaling $5.8 million to 358 cities and 204 counties as their share of the 10 percent gross receipts tax. Mixed drink taxes for the first three quarters to- taled $18 million, $19.8 million and $19.8 million, respectively. Texas cities and coun- ties receive a 15 percent rebate of the tax colle...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1980 * Reserve Patrol Officer, Bob Sarlay will be patrolling and checking speeders Sachse Reserve Police At the beginning of 1980, the only police en- forcement in Sachse was the Dallas County Sheriff's De- partment, which at times took up to 45 minutes to answer a call. On January 15, 1980, Sachse started their own police department and hired Gerald Morris as their chief of police. At once Chief Morris started organizing a reserve force. In less than two months Chief Morris has five reserve officers working with him. In an effort to control speeding in the city and on the highway, reserve officer for Sachse, Bob Sarlay, will be patrolling on his police special motorcycle. Officer Sarlay, as all the reserve officers, will be do- nating his time. Officer Sarlay offers his motorcycle to the city to be used by him for $1.00 per year. inaNMMMiiaiiiiiimiiiaiiniiHHiiaiiiiiimiiiaiiiiiiimiiDiuiHiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiift CARPETING SALE PRICED EVERY DAY LOW PR...

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