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

BOARD VOTES SALARY fNCREASES FOR 1980-81 After extensive study by the Finance Committee and lengthy discussion in two recent work sessions, Trustees voted for pay raises of 16% for classroom teachers, for maintenance, custodial and cafeteria workers, and for all other District employees on pay grades 1 through 9. Admin- istrators will receive average ^increments of at least 10% "with appropriate adjust- ments and possible addition- al increases should monies become available. The Board indicated that no study has yet been made regarding the possibility of increments for graduate hours beyond a degree or for duties assumed beyond a normal teaching load. These questions will be addressed at a later meeting. While no action was taken on the tax rate, it appears that a 16 cent increase will be necessary to fund the local District's 7.5% share of the total 16% raise. Prior to the formal vote setting the salary schedule, Board President Harris Hill opened the floor for audience parti- cip...

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

THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL JUN€1980 * 8 Auxiliary Hears Summer Reading Program > ' EDITH BAILEY, 2925 FIFTH STREET IN SACHSE SHOWS OFF SOME OF HER RADISHES. EDITH LOVES HER GARDEN AND SAYS, • THESE RADISH MAY NOT MAKE THE WORLD BOOK FOR SIZE, BUT THEY ARE PRETTY GOOD ONES." "Keep your eyes wide open before marriage and half-shut afterwards." Benjamin Franklin About Estate Planning Tuesday, May 20, the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary to the Fire Department met with 17 members present. Mr. David J. Fisher, Senior Vice President and Trust Officer for First National Bank in Garland spoke on estate planning, including wills, trusts and life insur- ance. Mr. Fisher's talk was followed by a question and answer period, during which he emphasized the need for a will. The regular monthly business meeting followed Mr. Fisher's program. Rum- mage sale raffle tickets already sold were turned in, and the ladies were inform- ed that 2 days would be set aside for door-to-door sale of the tickets. All tickets a...

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

MrirvJ Thelma Stanton Presented Woman Of Year Award THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL JUN€I960 * 9 The May meeting of Phi Sigma Alpha Sorority met in the home of Betty Gour of Sachse with the "Woman of the Year" award going to another Sachse sister, Thelma Stanton. Thelma is a very deserving member. She spends 2 days a week volunteering at Garland Community Hospital, is President of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary to the Fire Department and was the Sorority's Extension officer this year. Marie Adams, outgoing president installed the new officers with a very impres- sive program using the theme "Woman Alive" and the butterfly to represent the theme. She made a beautiful butterfly out of fabric in the colors that represented each office and gave to the officer being installed. Lauri Schwenk will be the new president. Lauri and her officers have the summer activities planned - for June, a tennis, swimming, and card party at her home in Sachse and for July, the group will attend the Summer Musical, "Litt...

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

it THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL HOW SACHSE VOTED DEMOCRATS MAY 3 PRIMARY Two of the local officers up for re-election in Novem- ber were watched very close in the primary election on May 3 and will be in a run- off on Saturday June 7. Residents in Sachse vot- ed as follows in the May 3 primary: Precinct 3 Constable Race Precinct 2202 Max Lee - 10 Joe B. Poovey — 16 Fred L. Chambers - 21 Precinct 2203 Max Lee - 4 Joe B. Poovey — 9 Fred L. Chambers - 9 Precinct 2204 Max Lee - 2 Joe B. Poovey — 22 Fred L. Chambers - 8 Totals All Precincts (3) Max Lee — 680 Joe B. Poovey — 1644 Fred L. Chambers-1151 Sheriff candidate in run-off: Precinct 2202 Bob Collins - 15 A1 Maddox - 16 Precinct 2203 Bob Collins - 10 A1 Maddox - 6 Precinct 2204 Bob Collins - 11 A1 Maddox - 13 County Totals Bob Collins - 15,370 A1 Maddox - 14,661 Residents of Sachse vote in three precincts. Precinct 2202 at the Sachse Com- munity Center, north of the railroad and precinct 2203 which is at the Sachse Fire Station on highway 78...

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

1 • fT- *>• ' Deer hunting laws changed AUSTIN - The Texas Parks and Wildlife Com- mission, meeting in Austin Friday (April 18) adopted far-reaching regulations aimed at increasing the annual harvest of antlerless deer across most of the state's deer range. Two of the regulations IVB.) buck permit system and 1 an early 16-day antlerless only season - represent extensions of management programs in effect in some South Texas counties last hunting season. A new regulation, how- ever, establishes an either- sex white-tailed deer season for a wide area of Central Texas. The change does away with the antlerless deer permit system, and allows hunters to harvest three deer of either sex, but no more than two bucks. Hunters in these counties will not be required to obtain antlerless deer permits from landowners, but rather will attach antler- less deer tags from their hunting licenses to the car- casses of does taken during th.e season. Commission members stressed that landowners still wo...

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

f THE 8ACH9E SENTINEL FISHING LURES CATCH ANGLERS AND FISH AUSTIN - Whatever species of fish he may be after, the Texas angler is certain to hang his share of log lunkers and brush bass. Snags and hangups are inevitable and, perhaps, essential elements in the sport of fishing. They keep line and lure manufacturers in business and help anglers atone for their sins. But snagged lines and hung lures can be dangerous too. Most fishermen can probably recall instances when, in their efforts to free a lure from some obstruc- tion, the thing popped free an<} came whizzing back at thorn. lile such common ;nces are usually off as close en- with the possibili- minor injury, one T«ta angler recently learned differently when he literally shot himself with his own lure. In. an attempt to re- trieve a plastic worm snagged on a tree limb, the angler cranked down on his drag and heaved back on his mmm- sr. When the lure ripped free, the three-eighths-oxmce worm weight, traveling like a high veloc...

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

Hubbard tire reef the largest ever DALLAS - Many fish records have toppled this year, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment, and the most recent occurred at Lake Ray Hubbard outside of Dallas, i -jft The record is not a fish ^ut a fish reef - the largest ever built in freshwater in the state. Nearly 10,000 old tires, from worn steel-belted radials to blown-out strips of rubber, were dumped in the reservoir at locations lacking natural cover. Bio- logists Steve Smith and Gary Pickett, both of Tyler, headed the project and were assisted by local bass club members. They endured scattered showers, high winds and temperatures in the mid-40s during an unseasonably winterlike weekend in April. The clubs include Garland, Gar-Tex and Forney Engineering with assistance from the Dallas Parks & Recreation Depart- ment. Four of the reefs were placed near Robertson Park and will be marked later with permanent floating buoys. "Some are within casting distance of the bank," sai...

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

THE SACH8E SENTINEL JUN€1980 J. AND 0. GARAGE 11 in business over 20 years 11 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING ALSO AIR CONDITIONING l JIM RANES OLYN PRESS dial 276-5918 276-9362 r I* i 235 LA VON DR. GARLAND R)QGH5SBQ(SB3E)QC PRIVATE WATER FISH STOCKING PROGRAM DISCONTINUED AUSTIN - The Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment will no longer pro- vide fish for stocking private _ waters after this year. ' The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, meeting in Austin last week, placed a moratorium on the program after spring and fall fish distributions are made this May and August. The department has pro- vided fish for private waters for many years, and there was no charge for the fish until 1977. A fee was es- tablished to compensate the state's licensed fishermen for the program, and after that time requests for fish began dwindling. Demands for stocking public waters currently ex- ceed the capacity of the department's hatchery sys- tem and the fees charged pond owners failed to keep J pace with...

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

* ivkfj. Honor Dad with a hearty beef dinner—his favorite dish It's a fact, and you can proba- bly research it right in your own home, if you want confirmation that beef is Dad's favorite food. Dad prefers steak That's just in case you don't believe the facts of food prefer- ences, released by the Beef In- dustry Council of the National Livestock and Meat Board. According to the "Beef ^ Folks." nearly 75,000,000 pounds of beef will be served during the coming Father's Day week-end—more proof, that Dad prefers beef on "his day" (current prices to the contrary notwithstanding). The "Dear Old Dad Steak" recipe was developed in the test kitchens of the Beef Industry Council, especially for the Na- tional Father's Day Committee, which has chosen Sliced Beef Steak, again, by popular de- mand, to serve at the Annual Father of the Year Awards Pre- sentations Luncheons in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas and Atlanta. Family favorites Voted tops by families all over the country, this ec...

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

•I 'I x<rm THE 9ACH8E SENTINEL First father ofFather's Day CIVIL WAR VETERAN, William Smart, whose daughter, Mrs. John Bruce Dodd, was the driving force behind the original Father's Day. Mrs. Dodd sought to honor her beloved father, who had raised his motherless pioneer family with admirable love and devotion. From Mrs. Dodd's efforts, early in the century, grew the national holiday which celebrates the vir- tues of America's 65,000,000 fathers. VOTE Saturday lo remember Father's Dav. June 15 \ Public Srrvirr Reminder from ihr National Kalhrr * I>• \ Committer. CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Call after 6:00 P.M. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 Summer tutoring for elementary- students by educational diagnos- tician. Well - qualified. Will furnish references. 475-1573 CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that • t ■ ■ -f■ -I' ■>, t TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS Phone 495-1231 I' -Hri-i-fr# r j.ijuiiiiihiiMhiihhiii i limn in f ...

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

THE SflCHSE SEDTMEL "Communicating With The Community" FREE Vol. 5 #7 JULV1980 SACHSE,TEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE Cable Vision Tower Installed xk RABIES CLINIC JULY 26 The C ity of Sachse has made arrangements with a veterinarian to vaccinate your dogs and cats. Saturday, July 2(> from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sachse Fire Station is the date, time and place to bring your pets tor their rabies shot. Certificates and tags will be issued when your pets have received their shots. City ordinances require that the vaccinations be tectlbn of your pets as well as your own protection. Remember to mark a reminder on your calender for July 26 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at ilie Sachse lire Station on Highway 78. Notice Of Public Meeting An airport study committee composed of the cities of Garland, Murphy, Piano Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, and Wylie hearby gives notice of a public meeting to be held on Wednesday, July 23rd. , 1980 at 7:30 P.M. at Sachse City Hall, to present to the public the fin...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL First father of Father's Day CIVIL WAR VETERAN, William Smart, whose daughter, Mrs. John Bruce Dodd, was the driving force behind the original Father's Day. Mrs. Dodd sought to honor her beloved father, who had raised his motherless pioneer family with admirable love and devotion. From Mrs. Dodd's efforts, early in the century, grew the national holiday which celebrates the vir> tues of America's 65,000,000 fathers. VOTE Saturday to remember Father's Dav. June 15 \ I'ublir Srr ir«* Krmindrr from lh« National Kalhrr't !>■> ( ommillrr. CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Call after 6:00 P.M. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 Summer tutoring for elementary- students by educational diagnos- tician. Well - qualified. Will furnish references. 475-1573 CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minim im up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that TO ADVERTISE T OR REPORT NEWS Phone 495-1231 t fe t t"i t I t"F ',1', 'r: ftBSflWKfllBIHIIW'nWia We Have A Complete Line Of...

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

. ' THE SHCHSE SEnnnEl "Communicating With The Community" FREE Vol. 5 #7 JULV1980 SACHSE,TEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE Cable Vision Tower Installed A Stewart Saxton, Director of Marketing, Media Systems, Inc., announced the comple- tion and installation of the tower which will serve Sachse with Cable TV. The building which will house the equip- ment is under construc Railroad To Get Improvements Work has started on re- building and improving the railroad owned by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co. which conies through Sachse. The line is leased to Kansas City Southern to transport freight. Rebuilding of the main line will include new heavy duty rails, new switches and new railroad crossings. Work will start at Northwest High- way in Dallas. Tentative plans are to start with the unloading of new rails at the crossings during the last week of June. There will be some temporary inconvenience. The crossings will be closed for short periods only. Track rebuilding and rail RABI...

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

I THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL A JUIV1980 * * f//f Council Notes NEWS & ADVERTISING 495-1231 RT. 2- BOX 116-C GARLAND. TX. 75040 THE SACH8E 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 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 Prices as low as 100% Nylon Pile Sculptured Shag $8.95 SQ. YD. 100 % Nylon Pile djy QQ Saxony Short Shag ^ ^ installed - ALL CARPET PRICED TO SELL - *★ MINI-BLINDS *★ WOVEN-WOODS ** Courteous Service Professional Workmanship FREE ESTIMATES 495-7249 Ted's Floor & Decor HIGHWAY 78 •m SAC...

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

Big Reef For Tawakoni DALLAS - When 10,000 tires recently were placed in Lake Ray Hubbard near Dallas, a new record was set for artificial fish attractor reef size in Texas. However, new records for speed and endur- ance were made lately at Lake Tawakoni when 9,500 {ires were transformed into 'reefs in only one weekend. "More than 50 people participated in building the reefs," said Kirby Gholson, Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment coordinator of the statewide project. "We had some people drilling holes in the tires, another group banding and others who loaded and unloaded tires on the barge." The entire operation went so smoothly that the barge never stopped. "In fact, a Coast Guard Auxi- ' liary boat escorted the barge from the construction site to the reef site to clear boaters out of the way," said department biologist Steve Smith of Tyler. "After the tires were dropped in the water, the Coast Guard rolled and sank the ones which didn't go down immediately." Tires were placed at Wal...

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

r n) i J1 I THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL JUIV1980 * 4 it -WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT CITY CONVENIENCE with COUNTRY PRIVACY ROLLING TERRAIN TREES - STREAMS - PONDS From 2 to 20 Acres Northeast Dallas County Garland School District CALL (214) 270-4481 Max Scheid & Associates Lake Stock Smallmouths DALLAS — When anglers land a bass at Lake 0' the Pines in East Texas, they may have to look twice — or maybe even three times- at their catch. Kentucky spotted bass and native largemouths have always been in the reservoir, and the Parks and Wildlife Department recently intro- duced a third species of bass, the smallmouth. Some 180,000 fingerlings recently were stocked, and department biologists expect them to do extreme- ly well because of the rocky, gravel-type habitat. "Kentucky spotted bass also require that type of habitat," said Joe Toole, P&WD biologist of Marshall. "Coincidentally, the state record for Kentucky spotted bass was set in 1966 at Lake O' the Pines." The record fish weighed five...

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

h.% y SACHSE FIREMEN RECEIVE NEW TRAINING %£v; ■>. ' '•«■ r-*'* ^ ^ * SACHSE FIREMEN LINE UP WAITING FOR AN OIL PIT TO BE LIT SO THEY CAN PRATICE ATTACK TRAINING On May 28, 1980 eight men from the Sachse Fire Department attended the annual North Texas Fire Protection School in Richardson. This fire training school is held each year to keep firemen abreast of the many new problems which are constantly being brought up in the fire service through general discussion and the exchanging of ideas and experiences in fire control and protection methods. Classes of actual fire fighting included house fires, on pit fires, handling and advancing nozzles on ladders, L.P. gas fires, breathing apparatus and kitchen stove fires. These classes were attended by Joe Stone, Devon Reed, J.A. Hutchin- son, Jeff Cornehl, Erwin Cornehl, Leslie Green, Gary Williams and Pat Longacre. Two Sachse firemen, Devon Reed and Pat Long- acre also attended the eight hour course, which included fire technology, the...

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

THE SACH8E SENTINEL JUIV1980 6 HAIR V VVed. -Sat. 9:00 - ?° HUT "v PRECISION HAIR CUTS For Entire Family Operated By j , Dolores Connelly & Sue Porter MURPHY Rl) Come By & Get Acquainted 422-757 1 Citizens ' Appointed To Board Three school district patrons were appointed to serve on the Board of Equal- ization. Richard Cope, Roger Brand and Gerry Cooper have each indicated ,<i willingness to serve. The Trustees also set June 25 and 26, 1980 as the dates for hearings by the Equali- zation Board. THE THRIFTY GOURMET It's thrifty and smart to use ethnic recipes from cui- sines of the world, and with Campbell's condensed soups and broths, it's easy. Soup provides a quick sauce and saves hours of cooking time required by traditional international rec- ipes. A new beautiful hard- cover book, THE INTER- NATIONAL COOK, tells how it's done in 142 elegant and fascinating recipes for all manner of foods from 30 countries. To order the new- est Campbell Soup cook- book, send $4 (chec...

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

' / ' vr- • • AUXILIARY HEARS RUMMAGE RESULTS The June 17, 1980 meeting of the Ladies Auxi- liary to the Sachse Fire Department was highlighted by a salad supper and bingo. President Thelma Stanton called the meeting to order with 15 members present. Secretary, Pat Stone read ih^niinutes of the last mi^Hg and gave a finan- cial report on the May 31 rummage sale. The 1980 rummage sale for the auxi- liary was the biggest ever and more money was raised from this sale than any past year and the members were warmly congratulated on their hard work and excellent results. I aKue Whatley, Tele- phone Chairman u,ave a re- port on food taken to the McDaniel's family. Janet Hughs. Program Chairman, discussed upcoming pro- grams, reminding members of the July Reminiscence. All who have articles or objects pertaining to Sachse's history are urged to bring them to the July meeting. Gerald Morris, Sachse's police chief spoke to the group at the end of the business meeting. Chief Morris answered qu...

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

'% s i<* - THE SACHSE SENTINEL Destruction Of Street Signs Could Result In Fine Several street and stop signs in the Sachse area have been knocked or either torn down, and the citizens of Sachse are reminded that these signs are paid for by the city and placed at different dangerous loca- tions throughout the city for your protection. Anyone found destroying these signs is subject up to a $200 fine for the first offense. Let us all as citizens of Sachse take pride in our city, and stop this needless destruction of signs which are posted by our city. Chief Gerald Morris Sachse Police Dept. SAVMG1WS on electi k ranges 1. When using top-of-range utensils, cover tightly and cook with minimum of water. 2. Use flat-bottomed utensils for best contact with heating surface. Use proper size utensils. 3. Preheat oven only when needed and only to temperature stated. 4. When broiling, do not preheat. Leave door ajar... air circulation insures proper broiling. 5. Use oven fully. Fill it w.th f...

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