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

* |fSpecialsll ECKRICH all meat bologna J OUtCX N EASY * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ** 'i * * * * * + * * * * * * * * * * * Reg. $2. 19 lb. -Only $1. 89 lb. J FROZEN FOODS ECKRICH OLD E ASH ION SMOKED SAUSAGE * Reg. $2. 59 lb. -Only $2. 19 lb. J — 19f * 23£ (plus tax & dep.) 35* DELICIOUS 10 oz. DR. PEPPER 16 oz. DR. PEPPER 32 oz. DR. PEPPER VALUE PULL DAM SPECIALS PRODUCE food specials HOMEMADE SANDWICHES * HAMBUPGERS HOT DOGS * TACOS (Call in advance and your order will be ready.) PAUL'S GROCERY Phone 495-1132 HIWAY 78 AND THIRD ST. SACHSE, TEX. 75040 YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD $TORE OPEN: 4:00 AM to 10:00 PM SUNDAY HOURS: 9:30 AM to 10:00 PM ************************************************************ WE - DONT - HAVE - EVERYTHING BUT-WE - TRY ■ City Audit Report City Audit Report Ending Sept. 30, 1979 At the Jan. 14 council meeting the annual budget re- port was presented completed by city auditor, Ken Hart. Mr. Hart's report was very complete, covering all of the city's acc...

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

I THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL MARCH 1980 * Too Many Geese VEGA - The goose hunting was just a little too good for a pair of West Texas area college students last week. Texas Parks and Wild- life Deaprtment game wardens arrested two young hunters with 15 Canada geese in their possession. The limit is two Canadas per day, four in possession. A tip from a concerned citizen led to the arrest, according to game wardens Ewel McCrary of Amarillo and J.D. Gould of Vega. McCrary said the pair attempted to hide the illegal birds near the playa lake where they were hunting and returned later to retrieve them. The hunters paid $588.50 in fines and court costs. The goose season closed in West Texas on Jan. 20. ing-Sized Custom. GS-1100LT • Powerful 4-cylinder, 4-stroke DOHC engine. •"TSCC" Twin Swirl Combustion Chamber with 4 valves per cylinder. •Custom teardrop fuel tank. •High-riser handlebars. •Low-rider saddle. •Extended front leading axle air forks. •Megaphone-style exhaust. •Mag-style aluminum al...

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

,. .« i.- - THE SRCHSE SEIITinEl "Communicating With The Community' FREE VOL. 5 NO. 4 APRIL 1980 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE MAYOR ISSUES PROCLAMATION APRIL 1 TO BE CENSUS DAY IN SACHSE In an effort to encourage everyone to be counted in the 1980 Census, Mayor Roan has appointed a special Complete Count Committee. The success of the 1980 census count in Sachse is very important. Each year we receive Eederal revenue sharing funds. The office of Revenue Sharing of the U.S. Treasury uses census population and per capita income figures to allocate these payments to each community. If everyone is not counted, it means Sachse will get less than our share of these tax dollars. Since we are paying taxes, let's make sure we get the benefit locally. The census count will be used locally in current and long range planning for such things as streets and utilities and for allocations for our police and fire departments. Business people looking to our area to open banks, grocery stores, a...

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

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL APRIL 1980 3 * * == * * * L«* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 WANTED = YOU ALIVE AT THE POLICE . BENEFIT DANCE ^ SEE OUTLAWS PERFORM FOR POLICE % % C WHEN: FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1980 WHERE: SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH TIME: 8:00 TILL MIDNIGHT WHAT: TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE SACHSE RESERVE POLICE WHO: TWO OUTLAW BANDS "LONESOME OUTLAWS" "IN LAW & OUTLAWS" AND "MR. BLOWFLOGAN" MEMBERS OF THE GARLAND COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION SEEN REGULARLY AT THE BIG "G" JAMBOREE DOOR PRIZES! CONTEST PRIZES! FUN FOR ALL! BIG PRIZES FOR THE BEST WESTERN DRESSED ——— COUPLE — CALL 495-5600 FOR TICKET INFORMATION (AD SPONSORED BY CASTLE REALTORS - 6024 HWY. 78 - 495-5600) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * *

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

THE QACHSE SENTINEL flPflll 1980 * 4 HALF-PRICE BEDSPREAD BONANZA! Well bring it home to you. Cl STOM-QL ILTED THROW -TYLl Hundit j' >t v and fabric fochitri-r O >tt tahrit laK>r and qutltmg cim with puTthin ito**- din.r'jni: drapers .r regular price rvJ ' Regular Pric e Mlc IW Twin Full Queen kine : 140.24 187.94 206.84 219.84 70.12 93.97 103.42 109.92 Ottrtrnd- 4/18/80 till n >-u \pp. mi" " l>a - 1 >inini; Mrrkmdv at \< ur . "lU'nunu NtVff d kharti ' n Frt-t T\k rating Vr. . 867-0103 Drapery • Carpo* • Wallcovering The colorful store that comes to your door. LAV0N DRIVE X BARBER SHOP CASTLE & LAVON DRIVE LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER GARLAND 6144 HWY. 78 CITY Boating Safety DROWNINGS INCRFASE WITH BOATING POPULARITY AUSTIN - Texas has more than its share of water, with about 1.2 million surface acres in lakes. 2.1 million acres of saltwater bays and 80.000 miles of rivers. Unfortunate- ly. Texas also has more than its share of drownings. In the past four years, ...

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

liijftifr1**'*11 juucj John Staples For Council City Sales Tax JOHN STAPLES I am 40 years old and married to Anne Staples. We have 4 sons; Kelley, 18 Keven, 17, Keith, 13 and Kerry, 1 1. We have lived in Sachse at 4401 Williford Road for 9 years. I have been actively in- volved with Cub Scouts of America, YMCA football and the Sachse Booster Club as coach, assistant coach, baseball commissioner and parent. I am currently a charter member in the Sachse Lions Club and Garland Owls Club. I am a member of the Christian Ch inch. As city councilman for the City of Sachse, it is my duty and desire to serve the citizens of Sachse by helping to make this city one that you can continue to be proud of and your children will enjoy. 1 will appreciate your vote on Saturday, April 5, ll>80 to keep me as your representative on the Sachse city council. AUSTIN, TX - State Comptroller Bob Bullock said city ,ales tax rebates for the first quarter of 1980 grew substantially compared to the first quar...

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

THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL RPBIl 1980 * North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK |iiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiHiiiiiioummiiioiiiuiiiiiiia iimiiomiitiiiHioiMmimiiumim aiiiii n... a| | | Sautters "] 1 | i Heating & Air Conditioning i i SALES 'SERVICE • INSTALL. Q i Don't forget the CELE- BRATION at North Lake Nursery May 3 and 4. Free drinks . . . lots of prizes. . . sale items! Plus Dr. Robert E. Moon, Texas A&M Extension Landscape Horti- culturist, will be there Sat- urday, May 3, from 1 to 5 p.m. And Mr. Tom Crook, City of Ft. Worth Horti- culturist, will be at the nursery Sunday, May 4, from 1 to 5 p.m. These specialists will advise you and answer questions about growing, gardening and landscaping. Don't miss it. Dr. Moon opines that there is no better time of the year than April to plant trees, bushes, vines and ground covers. Before it gets too hot for both you and the plants, put in Japanese and Wax Leaf Ligustrum, Photinia, Bufordi Holly, Azaleas, Carolina Jasmine, Indian Haw...

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

mwimrigtrt '"I*"***"' I CROSSMAN INSDRANCE AGENCY SINCE 1890 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL flPflll 1980 * 7 I 14 EAST SIDL OF IMF. SQUARE DOWNTOWN GARLAND Phone 1211, 276-9568 GARLAND, TEXAS library week APRIL I3 >|9 . Kitchen $3 Ted's Floor & Decor HIGHWAY 78 GARLAND - SAC'.HSF. - PLANO 495-7249 CARPET ENTIRE FREE ESTIMATES Samples Shown In Your Home YOUR HOME 100% NYLON CARPET - PAD - INSTALLATION V ALL WORK GUARANTEED $596.25 Price Based 75 sq. yds. Completely Installed EASY CREDIT TERMS VISA Ted's Floor & Decor HIGHWAY 78 OAKLAND - SACHSE - PLANO Kitchen Carpet Level Loop 1 weeds $3.99 Carpet Only 495-7249 t • • «J , ' Opportunities For Veterans A new federal program to give tax breaks to employers is expected to provide additional job opportunity for thousands of Texas Vietnam Era veterans and veterans of all eras who have received re- habilitation training for service-connected disabili- ties. The program is sponsor- ed by the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Serv...

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

T^rsr- f- 'a-*"": ^ v.i . ; -' '•*" r: i THE SACH8E SENTINEL APRIL 1980 V Rowlett Florist 3830 Main Street Rowlett ^ORJEA&TBfi POTTF.D PLANTS LILIES FLOWERING PLANTS EASTER MEMORIALS EASTER BASKETS CORSAGES 475-2098 Shirley and Linda Wire Service We Deliver Visa * Master Charge American Express Diner's Club Two Garland Students Grand Prize Winners Sachse Mayor Tommy Roan swears in the Sachse Reserve Police Officers. L. to R. are: Tim Hammond, Bob Sarlay, Mike Barrow, and Wayne Mauldin Reserve Officers Sworn In Reserve police officers for the City of Sachse were sworn in by Sachse Mayor Tommy Roan. February 29, 1980 was the official date that the reserve force became effec- tive. All of the men which were sworn in are certified police officers in the State of Texas. They have several years of police work with Dallas County and other police departments. The reserve officers volunteer their time and services. They do have the same authority for arrests as the paid city officer does...

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

.1 ■Jk*.' .V • * SEARCH FOR TRUTH HOME BIBLE STUDY \ "open your. heart, when you open your 8/ble" \\ )>a - >i If interested please contact one of the following persons. JERRY HOLMES DONNIE BEAIRD 442-3037 495-2984 The Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department met Tuesday March 18, at the Community Center for their regular meeting. Thir- teen members and 2 guests, Ann Butcher and Kathy D'Jock, were present. Plans continued for the annual rummage sale. The ladies were told that tickets for the door prizes would be distributed to the mem- bers at the April meeting. Sachse Auxiliary Tickets will be priced at S1.00 each and prizes will be given away every hour until 5:00 p.m. when the grand prize, a portable TV, will be drawn for. ■ After the business meet- ing, Frances Stinnett demonstrated how to make and decorate sugar eggs for Faster. A variety of colors, sizes and decorations were shown. GRAHAM STRIUSLL CAki 1)1 SSI K I Dessert was served by Bonnie Longacre and Jeannette ...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL flPflll 1980 * Rick Mardis For Council Congressman Jim Mattox for the Sachse Sentinel INFLATION: ARE WE STAMPING IT OUT OR FANNING THE FLAMES? by Congressman Jim Mattox 5 th District Picture inflation as a fire. At first there was just smoke and the thought was, well, we're o.k No need to call the fire department. But then, as fires usually do, it began to grow. We could almost call it raging now. But how to put it out? For many years, after World War II, the inflation rate in the U.S. was a steady 1.5% per year. During the Vietnam War, the rate doubled; it jumped to 6% in 1969, then in 1974, fueled by OPEC oil price increases, it climbed to 12% It subsided for awhile, but now, at 18%, it's hotter and higher than ever. So where is the fire department, now that we know we're in trouble? Picture this. Two trucks have responded to our a- larm. Out of one of them jumps a man with a bucket. We know,who he is, because the sign on his truck reads: Paul Volcker, Chairman...

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

J" *1 MMiMMUatMlrf INFLATIONFIGI FOOD IDEAS Helpful Information EASY, UNUSUAL CHINESE MEAL FOR TWO * You table-for-twoers try something new and interesting from one of the world's oldest cultures. In addition to inventing pasta, Oriental cooks have always known how to conserve fuel by cooking foods quickly. This dish cooks in just minutes and makes liberal use of vegetables and minimal use of shrimp or chicken. An off-the-shelf canned ravioli in rich tomato sauce that the Chinese would be proud of is the base for this dish. Here's a substantial, unusual main course for two people, that's easy to prepare as well as economical. FAR EAST RAVIOLI 1 cup chopped raw chicken or shrimp 1/4 cup chopped onion 1/3 cup sliced celery 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1/2 package (10 oz. size) frozen Chinese pea pods 1 cup bean sprouts, drained 1 jar (2 1/2 oz. size) sliced mushrooms Dash soy sauce Dash ginger 1 can (7 1/2 oz. size) Chef Boy-ar-dee" Mini Ravioli 2 tablespoons toasted almonds (opt...

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

!9 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL flPflll 1980 * Agent Orange Effects Studied In the most definitive statement on Agent Orange yet made by a high govern- ment official, Veterans Ad- ministration chief Max Cleland told Congress that "despite major efforts by many agencies and indivi- duals it remains unclear" whether exposure to the herbicide used in Vietnam can cause "any long term effects on human health." But Cleland, a triple amputee veteran of fighting in Vietnam, told a House Veterans Affairs subcom- mittee, "I want you to know, as one who has a personal stake in this question, that we at the VA, including the 39,000 Vietnam veterans employed by VA, are committed to obtaining and disseminating accurate information as soon as humanly possible. In the meantime, we shall continue to provide every eligible veteran in need of treatment appropriate medical care regardless of causation. We owe them no less." Cleland and VA's Chief Medical Director, Dr. Donald L. Custis, testified orally on Febru...

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

■ I v-*~ (- f A * •-! Police Report The following are some of the calls which were answered and investigated by the Sachse Police De- partment during the past month. Traffic citations 6; traffic stops - 28; Sus- picious vehicle checked - 30; suspicious persons checked -21; felony arrest for Collin Co. - 1; distur- bance 6; general com- plaints 30; assist ambu- lance - 2; runaway juve- nile - 1; overdose - 1; investigations 10; theft of diamond ring - 1, burglary of business - loss SI5; failure to pay for gas loss S5; recovered a stolen trailer. Miles traveled 2200. Fire Dept. Report March wa-> a very busy month for the Sachse Fire Department. Due to the lack of rain and the low humidity the grass has been very dry and easy to burn. Sachse firemen hail answered a total ot 15 alarms as ot March 20. E-leven calls were grass fires, four were within the city limits with an estimated loss of 8 acres burned. Seven grass fires were answered in our county's fire district with an estimated...

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

":rf?5T «■ Jf t (i- THE SACHSE SENTINEL ' itH Bass At Monticello This Radio Antenna Was Installed For The Sachse Police Department This Month AUSTIN - Lake Monti- cello may not haveji^t the best tror' largemouth bass fishi n Texas. It may havt :o best in the nation. Statistics of bass weights from the 2,000 acre power- plant reservoir near Mount Pleasant during January and the first half of February are nothing short of staggering. The Kountry Korner grocery store, which is an official weighing station for a statewide bass contest organization, recorded 61 bass over seven pounds in weight during the six-week period. In addition to the 14- pound, Wi ounce fish that set a new state record, the lake produced two other bass over 12 pounds, four over 11 pounds, five over 10 pounds, 14 over nine pounds, 13 over eight pounds and 22 over seven pounds. Bob Bounds, inland fish- eries coordinator for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, said he guesses many anglers who caught bass in the s...

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

*ag ,jrx.f}.Zu-.K ' -rsn:.'SmT- Sharon K. Lay For Council Carter Graduates From Banking School SHARON K. LAY Sachse is 3 rapidly grow- ing city. I beiieve now is the time to do future plan- ning !or Sachsc' v growth. B> serving on the C"it> Council 1 feel I can con- tribute to the planning pro ccss. \s a home owner in Sachse, I a-, extreme!) interested jr. residential planning and i r.jng \ ,:t) that has a gojd g: *th plan ir, a master p,jn that will preserve -ne value of resiJentuI h ,-ie-. Sa.-.se ^ master plan *h;;h was Jevei >ped m J9"0 and is now ia need : a re- tva.'uatH n. 1 * Jd hope to be able to have the revaluation iont -jr. g;*. ;j[ L soon so > gr.-wth in :.ne ith a master plan. \ planned communit) will enable .>, to g,. forward with )ut having to hj.f jp a" 1 - >nect sta .-- wh .r. n-a>' - Jit tax - .jars. NORM A V, Ok la., - ^ anda Carter graduated Feb. 22 from the 19S0 National Installment Credit School sponsored by the Installment Lending Divi- s...

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

EPpss, THE SACH8E SENTINEL flPAIt 1980 16 IIIDIIIIMIIIIIIOIIIIIIHMIIC1IIHMIIII We're counting on your Answer the census. CENSUS'S*) I LETS WORK TOGETHER I FOR A BETTER 1 COMMUNITY! Vote For A Representative! VOTE LAY- For City Councilmember! Hoi. Adv. Paid By Sharon Lay Sachse, Tx. liiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiNiiiiaiiiiiimiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiHiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiii* F rst National Works for Garland" Work, It's something the people of Gar- land v/Nue 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 still 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 crops, right through to today when you find the kind of service you r1 expect from somebody who knows your needs well. Things like anger banking hours th...

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

• ■ -m. r-vi*tr,*£it+- 'MM**** ■ V •'■>*■+. fc* «• THE SRCHSE SEnnnEL "Communicating With The Community" FREE VOL. 5 NO. 5 MAV 1980 SACHSE TEXAS Publlshtd Monthly FREE Dogs — Dogs — Dogs o At City Hall, at least for the past couple of weeks you can bet that when the phone ling- four or five tmes a day someone will say, "there is a dog unninf! loose o a bunch of dogs are up at the corner." At the April 14 council meeting several residents from the Sachse South area complained of loose dogs and they had some good reason to do so. They reported that their complaints and calls on a loose dog had gone unan- swered on a Friday. Nothing was done until the following Monday, at which time Mayor Roan was contacted, he picked the dog up, the head was removed and turned over to the Health Department. The Health Department sent the head to Austin for tests, some- how it was misplaced and was not found until it was too late to be tested. Because no tests could be made, a child from Sachse had ...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS a. ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT. 2-BOX 116-C GARLAND, TX. 75040 THE 8ACH8E 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 Cltii Council Notes APRIL 14, 1980 Regular council was opened at 7:30 pm with all members present. One bill presented for payment was questioned again. The bill is to General Electric for $6,153.30. This was for the police radio base station. Council mem- bers agreed to talk to Ken's Communications be- fore final approval. Mrs. ...

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