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

kSor 'Homing' Deer Walks 21 miles AUSTIN — A homesick doc has proved that white- tailed deer may be endow- ed with homing instincts often seen in pigeons or abandoned dogs. The doe was one of a group of deer trapped at Lyndon B. Johnson State Park in Gillespie County and released last winter in a deer restoration area in Hunt County in East Texas, according to Texas Parks • and Wildlife Department officials. The deer adapted well to her new home, but apparently lacked fear of humans and had become a nuisance to local residents whose spring gardens she raided. To solve the problem, Game Warden Larry Boyd of Quinlan and Biologist Carl Frentress of Athens decided to move the animal to another location. They selected a release site in Henderson County about 60 miles away. After tranquilizing the deer, they placed brightly colored tags in her ears and transported her to the new location. The second day after release, the deer was seen heading north 11 miles from the release site, and the...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL MAY 1980 * 4 HOME BUYER JVlotheitiLDaif PORTRAIT OF MOTHER by kate gerber God gives us friends, and that means much; but far above all others, the richest of His gifts to earth was when He thought of mothers. Taint her as you see her, Artist, Let the lines and wrinkles show, And the silver hair that crowns her Like a halo's beauteous glow. Can you picture on the canvas All her years of sacrifice? How she tended well the household Ever counting naught the price? Let your brushes tell the story Of her patient toil and care, Mingle love with joy and sorrow Just as life has put them there. Call the portrait simply "Mother"— All the world will understand. Nations thrive and empires prosper Guided by her loving hand. My Mother Taught Me How To Pray by Oliver W. Sumerlin My mother taught me how to pray When I was young and small; She told me of the love of God, That He is Lord of all. She told me of the Jesus Child, And of the Christmas Star; How wise men journeyed in i...

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

OKI ^FY>Ttr *'■' Congressman Jim Mattox for the Sachse Sentinel fHE SACHSE SENTINEL MflV 1980 * 5 THE RATING GAME by Congressman Jim Mattox 5 th District To understand the prob- lems a Congressman faces, you should read some of my mail: "1 am strongly in favor of balancing the budget and cutting ALL GOVERN- MENT SPENDING not directly related to defense. That means all services, welfare programs, subsidies, agencies and institutions presently supported by taxes." J .B. - Garland. "My wife is 72 and I am 81 . . .After paying doctor bills, grocery bills, utility bills and house rent we are all out. . . now we wish that Congress would pass the bill to get teeth and eyeglasses, that is what my wife and I need real bad." Mr. and Mrs. G.I. - East Dallas. THESE LETTERS ARE quite the opposite of one another as you can see. Yet each one ic representative of a segment of my constitu- ency. The Fifth District of Texas is one of the most diversified districts to be represented in the United S...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL Sachse Student Wins 1st Prize At Science Fair James M. Rose James M. Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rose, 2104 Ponderosa in Sachse recently took first prize in the Garland Schools Science Fair. James, a student at Lake- view Centennial, won the award on his display of Solar Efficiency. He also entered his project in the 1980 Dallas Regional Science Fair where he won special awards from Junior Engineering Technology Society and U.S. Depart- ment of Energy. Dallas Regional Science Fair was held at Dallas Memorial Auditorium, and was sponsored by The Dallas Morning News in cooperation with S.M.U., the Dallas-Ft. Worth Council of Scientific Societies and the Women's Auxiliary to the Dallas County Medical Society. SORORITY NEWS The Zeta Omicron Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha held their meeting in the home of Thelma Stanton in Sachse with 11 present. The members presented a very informative program on re- tail buying. Paula Yoes dis- cussed the purchasing of your food ...

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

V Night On The Town Cotton Eye Joe Mayor Roan introduced Jim Mattox for the drawing of the door prizes- ( yes-he did draw his own name ) but he declined Sachse Police Dance Success When the bands started to play on Friday, April 11, all on hand began to have a fun filled evening. Sachse Reserve Police hosted the event which was held at the Sachse Christian Church Activities Center. The benefit dance was held to raise money for the Re- serve Police, who volunteer their service and time. All profits will be spent for miscellaneous police equip- ment, uniforms, flashlights, etc. which the city does not pay for. It was a great crowd, a family night out for young- sters as well as senior citi- zens. All in all it seemed like what used to be called, "family fun get-together," it included laughter, music, dancing, coke and popcorn, plus politicians doing a little politicizing. Sachse Police Chief, Gerald Morris wants to thank all who participated plus a big hand to the businesses who donat...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL ft MflV 1980 * ** Jan Bodiford Honored V Jan Bodiford On Tuesday, March 4. 1980 Larry Holmes, Princi- pal of Sellers Middle School, presented a Texas PTA Life Membership to Jan Bodi- ford of Sachse. This is the highest award giver, by Texas PTA. Jan and her husband, James have two children, Wes a senior at Garland High and Jill a sixth grade student at Sellers Middle School. Jan has been active in PTA since 1968. She is a charter member of North- lake Elementary PTA, serv- ing in various offices includ- ing 2 years as President. She is presently president of Sellers PTSA and has been elected to a second term. Jan has been active as a school volunteer for 5 years and volunteer coordinator for 2 years. Jan is active in the American Racing Pigeon Auxiliary, Texas Center Racing Pigeon Auxiliary, and Dallas Racing Pigeon Auxiliary. She has served 2 years as State president and 4 years as local president. She is currently treasurer for her local unit. Jan and her famil...

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

iWStt.1t* i. > i'Mtt-O 1 Fire Dept's Annual Rummage Sale lw;> TOYS CLOTHING FURNITURE LAWN EQUIPMENT CAMPING ITEMS CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS HOMEMADE CAKES AND PIES - 25 cents - SHOES - 25 cenls - THE SACH8E SENTINEL Saturday May 31 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Prizes To Be Given Away Sachse Fire Station - HIGHWAY 78- SACHSE Sponsored By: Sachse Ladies Auxiliary ALL SALES FINAL Ray Stanton helps Thelma Stanton, Ladies Auxiliary president and Cheryl Kaiser display some of the prizes which will be drawn for at the Annual Rummage Sale for the fire depart- ment which will be Saturday, May 31. Prizes which will be drawn for all during the day include; a fish board and fish fillet knife set, a Fannie Farmer cookbook, a large stuffed bulldog, set of beverage glasses, smoke alarm, a 21 piece tool set, fire extinguish- er, and the grand prize of a new portable TV, all names which are drawn for during the , day will be put back in the box at 5 p.m., when the ticket for the TV is dr...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL MOV 1980 * Kindergarten To Present Program At Northlake PTA Meeting Tommy Roan, outgoing president for the Sachse Lions, with wife, Myke accepted plaque from Mark Hancock at the April 24,meeting Building In Sachse Steady With the interest rates on money as it is today on home building loans, this industry has slowed down since the first of the year almost to a standstill. But, even w 1 the slow down, Sachse is holding its own with new construction. Compared to the first quarter of 1979 in which Sachse issued seven permits for new hon for the same period in 1' J six permits were issued Buildin, in Sachse has had a ste !/ and moderate- ly increa >ince 1975 as the figures aelow indicate. These figures are for permits on new construction homes only. 1975 - 14, 1976 - 34, 1977 - 44, 1978 - 35 and 1979 - 32. No Big Boom has occured, but progress is being made to improve Sachse as a growing city. Many homeowners are mak- ing improvements to their property. Builders e...

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

jtifei. VA questions answered EDITOR'S NOTE: Follow- ing are representative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full infor- mation is available at any VA office. Q - My husband receiv- ed an honorable discharge after several months of service at the end of World War II. He is now disabled by an illness unrelated to his service. Is he eligible for a Veterans Administra- tion pension? A - If he served at least 90 days between Dec. 7, 1941 and Dec. 31, 1946, is permanently and totally dis- abled and has income within the limits set by law, he qualifies. Check with VA for full details. Q - Can closing costs be included in the amount of money the government guarantees for a GI home loan? A No. All such costs must be paid in cash. 0 I am a (II Bill student in need of some help from a tutor and I understand the Veterans Administration provides such help. Will these extra payments reduce the (II Bill time I have coming to me? A No. VA will pay up to $69 a month for tutor- ing, to a m...

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

THE SACHQE SENTINEL MOT 1980 * Premium Cooking Tips Premium Cooking Tips How To Insure Your Food Investments Today food is so expen- sive your supermarket bills probably read more like a stock portfolio than a food budget. So, just like a broker protects costly investments, you should take steps to guarantee a good return on your grocery balance. Here are 10 cooking tips to guard against escalating food prices and ho-hum meals: 1. "Secure" more juice from citrus fruits; roll them around on a flat surface in a circular motion for a few cuts are broilable when a minutes before peeling or natural meat tenderizer is squeezing. used. 2. Avoid "damages" 8. Make it a "policy" to when baking stuffed serve great tasting salad peppers; coat with salad oil dressings; mix in a pinch of before stuffing to keep sugar to cut vinegar's acid them bright and green. taste and to blend the 3. "Issue" fluffy mashed seasonings. potatoes; add a pinch of q Exercise your "op- baking powder. tions"; serve fr...

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

lOiXufi. DRTVELINE What's the worst polluter — the horse or the automobile? Well, cars certainly use far more of our energy resources, and our eyes water every time we drive into some of that Houston or L.A. smog ... but things weren't so hot in the good old days, either. Get a load of this: Before the auto and truck, horses provided the main means of street transport. In the 1980s booming New York City had an estimated one million nags on its streets. All of this horsepower produced 30,000 tons a day of what a modern bureaucrat would call "negative environmental impact." It took a small army of street cleaners just to stay even; and often they didn't. There were even multi-story stables back then, just like parking garages . . . CONSUMER TIP? A used car can often be a better buy than a new one, says a major U.S. transportation company. Hertz Corp. reports that it compared new and used cars driven 10,000 miles a year for three years and found that the used cars cost drivers just hal...

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

THE SACHGE SENTINEL Toledo Bend Bass Tourney New System Increases Interest Earnings AUSTIN, Tex - State Comptroller Bob Bullock said a new single-step rapid- deposit system developed by his office has increased the potential of additional interest earnings on state tax dollars. Bullock said the new re- mittance processing system deposits tax money through a single-step operation 72 hours faster than the previous system and in a six- day period in late March the system accounted for a pro- jected $47,700 interest windfall. "The quicker tax dollars move .through our depart- ment, the quicker they end up in a bank earning tax- payers extra interest," he said. Agency records show that the remittance process- ing system made deposits of $235,873,835.01 between March 13 and March 31. "You don't have to be Secretary of the Treasury to see the interest potential on that kind of cash flow," Bullock said, adding that the interest paid on state deposits is one positive way to stretch tax dolla...

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

I ■MM WAKE UP _ TtOWea WINDOWS iviJ —r OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOO DRAPERIES MINI-BLINDS WOVEN-WOODS BEDSPREADS @FF FREE ESTIMATES ( May & June ) ! 495-7779"! 1 1 SACHSE Cogburn Custom Designs "CDCriAl I7IMO IM rAnniAiiu. . " VISA SPECIALIZING IN FABRIC WALLS' TRUSTEES ELECT OFFICERS The Board elected officer:* to serve one-year terms until the April 1981 Trustee election. Harris Hill was chosen to serve as President. Other officers will be R.E. Dodson, Vice President; Darwin Morris, Secretary; and Dr. Don Senter, Assistant Secretary. All were elected by accla- mation. As the new Board President, Mr. Hill presented plaques of appreciation to retiring Trustees, Dr. Ronald Rogers and Charles Cooper. THE SACHSE SENTINEL MAV1980 / Some deep-sea creatures who accidentally rise out of their depths cannot return to their habitats because gases in their swimming bladders expand, making them lighter. Bank Announces • > ■ i . Election Of Lee Garland - Vincent E. Thompson, Presiden...

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

THE SACH8E SENTINEL CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that CLASSIFIED SINCE 1890 CROSSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY GARLAND, TEXAS 114 EAST SIDE OF THE SQUARE DOWNTOWN GARLAND Phone (214) 276-9568 \ \ "First National Works For Us" The old economics don't work like they have in the past. In these days of inflation and increasing interest rates it's time for people to change their way of thinking about their finances. The time has come to start saving and find better ways to in- vest that savings. We've improved our earnings through First National services such as free checking for Senior Citizens, IRA accounts, direct deposit of Social Security and short-term investment advice. And because of First National's Trust Department, we now have an up-to-date will-something we've been concerned about for a long time. Now our money's not just working harder for us. It's working smarter. First National Can Work For You First National Bank 214/494-1414 Garland m Glenbr...

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

THE SHCHSE SEnTIOEL "Communicating With The Community' FREE VOL. 5 NO. 6 JUN€1980 SACHSE TEXAS Published KtnOrty FREE v;: £ SACHSE'S POLICE CHIEF, GERALD MORRIS CHECKS OUT RADAR GUN BEFORE BEGINNING THE AFTERNOON PATROL. THE CITY PURCHASED THE RADAR GUN LAST MONTH TO HELP CONTROL THE SPEEDING TRAFFIC IN SACHSE SACHSE LIONS TO GIVE AWAY SIDE OF BEEF As their first fund raising drive the Sachse Lions Club will sell tickets for a side of beef which they will give away in July. The club announced that tickets are now being printed and will be available after June 12. All members of the Lions Club will have tickets and a donation of $1 could win you a side of beef which will be processed, cut and wrapped the way you want. A drawing to deter- mine the winner of the side of beef will be held on the night of July 10, 1980 at the regular meeting of the Sachse Lions Club. THE NEW PHONE NUMBER FOR THE SACHSE POLICE 495 • 2005 SACHSE GROCERY BURGLARIZED TWICE Sachse Grocery, operated by Mr. and...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL JUN€ 1980 * NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 "T 2-BOX 116-C GAftLAWO TX 75040 THE SACHSE SENTINEL Publisher & Editor: Joe J. Sl 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 brought to the attention of the editor, standing, character, or reputation of any Signed articles herein express the views person, firm, or corporation which may of the authors, which are not necessarily appear'in the columns of The Sachse those of the editors Sentinel will gladly be corrected if DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL - 20th. of EACH MONTH - Cltq Council Notes APRIL 28. 1980 Mayor Roan opened the regular meeting of the council with all members present. Bills for approval were presented which included the General Electric bill for the police radio, again this bill was discussed. Council- man Bodiford, Mardis, and asked the city engineer to write Mr. Tomask...

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

THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL JUN€ 1980 ABOVE PICTURE SHOWS THE OUTSIDE OF THE CITY HALL DURING CONSTRUCTION ON THE ADDITION TO THE BUILDING WHICH STARTED THE FIRST WEEK OF APRIL 1980. THE PICTURE TO THE RIGHT SHOWS THE INSIDE OF THE NOW COMPLETED BUILDING. ALL NEW CARPET AND PANELING IN THE NEW ADDITION , NOTE THE RAISED COUNCIL TABLE. THE POLICE OFFICE IS TO THE RIGHT WITH A MAIN REAR ENTRANCE for the candidate of your choice June 7 , - ;v >:-5;. ,«• > ' ' i-vv ?■ • „ vn*i:- '•** f v -f* Frank Thomas Hines, the first Administrator of Veterans Affairs, was in charge of 25,000 employees when VA became an inde- pendent agency in 1930. On the eve of VA's golden anniversary celebration, VA employment has increased nine-fold. * ♦ * Veterans Administration spending in 1930 - its first year of operation — was $785 million, or about four percent of the $21 billion the agency plans to spend in 1980, its 50th year of service to veterans. * * * Some 93 million veterans, dependents and survivors o...

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

THE 8ACH9E SENTINEL JUNC1980 * 4 Trustees Hear Safety Rules J.L. Moss, Administrative Assistant, reviewed for Trus- tees the efforts being made by the school district in the three broad areas of overall safety, fire drills and tornado drills. A number of new films, filmstrips and teaching kits have been acquired in various areas of safety and are available either in libraries or Instructional Center. The elementary through the Resources District also works closely with the Garland Police Department and the City of Garland on such areas as Pedestrian Safety, Bicycle Safety and the Safe School Route Pro- gram. Fire drills are being held on all campuses in accordance with insurance stipulations. The Adminis- tration has also developed a tornado preparedness plan. In the event of a tor- nado, the school system will be in communication with an emergency center located on the fourth floor of City HaU. SAVING TIPS on electric ranges 1. When using top-of-range utensils, cover tightly and co...

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

GS-450ET •Fuel-efficient 4-stroke DOHC Twin. •Electric itarting •Smooth shifting 6-speed transmission. •Front disc brake •Digital gear position indicator. •Mag-style aluminum alloy rims. •Custom seat 'S way adjustable rear shocks. •Constant velocity carburetors. • 1980 "GS" model twelve- month unlimited mileage warranty. * *S©« "Limited Warranty" brochure lor details SUZUKI 1980 L Ihe Performer. GARLAND SUZUKI 300 LAVON - HWY. 78 GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 (214)494-3374 CONSTRUCTION ON THE NEW ADDITION TO THE SACHSE FIRE STATION , SHOWN ABOVE, BEGAN THE FIRST WEEK OF APRIL 1980 PICTURE ABOVE SHOWS THE COMPLETED NEW ADDITION TO THE SACHSE FIRE STATION WHEN IT RECEIVED IT'S FINAL INSPECTION ON MAY 6, 1980 Tf- ' V—^ -v •' ti'Vi-- ' •' ' QUICK N EASY *^¥01 REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICE * I ■ :%Vi d 11 * * * * ♦ * BORDENS MILK - 1-Gal. Plastic Jug Jim ONLY -$2.33 ¥ **★★***★*★★★★#★★★★*★★★*★************** * 10 oz. DR. PEPPER - 19£ 16 oz. DR. PEPPER - ^ (plus tax & dep.) 32 oz. DR. PEPPER - 35^ DELI...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL JUN€ 1980 6 Bob Roan joins Odie Hall Odie Hall, "your Home- town" Realtor in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett for 20 years, is proud and glad to announce that Mr. Bob Roan, "long time friend, realtor Extrordinair and owner of Lake City Real Estate has agreed to become part of Odie Hall Realtors." Roan brings with him a "wealth of selling and listing experience in country property as well as a vast knowledge of raw land, home building, land de- velopment and commercial real estate. Add these with Bob's membership in the Dallas Board of Realtors, his super smile and winning personality and it equals a great combination," says Odie Hall. Everyone is invited to drop in and see Roan at the newly remodeled offices on Hwy. 78 in Sachse or in Garland at 600 W. Garland Avenue. I ; TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS : Phone 495 1231 t, .|-t 11 in t nit 111 Darlene Blakey Of Piano Presented National Award Darlene Blakey was honored at the 10th annual convention of Decorator Den Systems, Inc...

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