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

wm North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK Cynthia Walters Hender- son gives the following tips on caring for flowers. "Follow the steps below id you should be able to ip cut flowers fresh for veral days to a week. Keep in mind that roses have a very short life, two or three days at the most, even with the greatest care. 1) Pick your flowers in the early morning when they are full of moisture. 2) Carry a bucket of warm water with you into the garden and place the cut flowers in it immediately. 3) Once inside recut the stems. Chrysanthemums and other woody stemmed flowers benefit from having the stems crushed. Roses and other flowers should have long slanting cuts made at the base of the stem. This will allow them to take up more water. 4) Add a cupful of mouthwash, such as List- erine, to the water. This will inhibit the growth of bacter- ia which can clog the water transport tubes." When the humidity and the atmospheric tempera- ture are at a particular point there is a possibil...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 July 1980

iijujaiiAiM lOiwW THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL No. 1 GARLAND (214) 272-1661 1918 BELTLINE No. 2 DALLAS (214) 620-0929 11390 HARRY HINES No. 4 DALLAS (214-321-2297 1157 EASTON at GARLAND RD. DISCOUNT CYCLE PARTS BATES USED DEPT. 304 E. BUCKINGHAM - GARLAND GARLAND AND DALLAS (214) 495-5205 DISCOUNT FEEDS Featuring Farm Master & E-Tex Feeds Si ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★a*** Drain's Pawn Shop Bought & Sold "BARGAINS ON UNREDEEMED ITEMS' EXPERT JEWELRY & WATCH REPAIR Delivery of 500 Lbs. Or More Open Six Days A Week Located On Highway 78, Sachse, Texas (Between Garland & Wylie) t LOOKING J FOR J QUICK CASH * ****** 442-3495 121 BALLARD ST. WYLIE, TEX (Across From Wylie Locker) ************************************* Phone 495-4403 !ij The opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to seven. Small-Scale Alcohol Fuel Plant Could Be Practical, Productive duces distillation units for home and farm use. WASHINGTON. DC. Congressman Jim Mattox (D. Tex.i recently took part...

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

wm* mm « 'Hit* Week-End Specials SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS ONLY Home Made Bar-B-Q Beef i 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' * SPECIAL ON SANDWICHES * CHOPPED BAR-B-QUE - $1. 15 ea. * SPECIAL ON MEATS * BOLOGNA Reg. 2 . 30 lb. EOR $1. 95 lb. * SPECIAL ON DRINKS * Six pak Dr. Pepper ..$1.49 cans Six pak Coca Cola ..$1.49 cans 16 oz. Dr. Pepper .no ret. $1.79 16 oz. Coca Cola, bottles 2 liter Dr. Pepper 99£ 2 liter Coca Cola $1.09 - Hot Drinks Only - TABS Test Results Released Trustees heard a report from Dr. William L. Mc- Kinney concerning the re- sults of the Texas Assess- ment of Basic Skills tests given to all GISD fifth and ninth grade students in March. The TABS tests were composed of three subtests in the areas of Mathematics, Reading and Writing. Each subtest measured minimum competency based on objec- tives specified by the Texas Education Agency. At the f...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL JULV1980 * WANTED: Mature lady to sit with elderly lady 2 days a week. No housework. Sachse area. Call after 5:00 P.M. 327-3398 CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Call after 6:00 P.M. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that ■ "T? r mi iUS! ♦ What's as precious to us as money? Time. That's why we do our banking at First National in Garland. They really work to save us time. For example, the lobby is open til 6 p.m. on Fridays (9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mon.-Thurs.). There's Saturday drive-in banking from 7 a.m. to noon. And the automated teller in the mini-bank is open 24 hours a day, so we can do our banking anytime day or night and on holidays. First National helped us organize our finances. Now we spend less time worrying and a lot more time doing the things we like to do. If your hard-earned time is as precious as your hard-earned money, give our New Accounts Department a call, 494-1414...

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

$; THE SRCHSE SEIIlinEl "Communicating With The Community' FREE Vol. 5 #8 AUGUST 1980 SACHSEJEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE Cable TV Equipment Being Tested Proposed Budget CENSUS REPORT ** * - v A new and unusual sight has come to the outskirts of Wylie, Texas, on Highway 2514. The octagonally shaped building, microwave tower and seven-meter, satellite-receive, dish an- tenna make up what is nown as the Media Systems Communications Center. This center enables Media Systems to bring Cable-Vision to its six fran- chises, one of which is Sachse. The purpose of the center is to receive cable television programming from around the U.S. and transmit it to your city. Programming is received by our dish antenna from New Alt citizens of Sachse are invited to attend the hearing on the proposed budget for 1980-81 at the City Hall on Monday, August 11, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. At this time the city will have the prelimina- ry figure on the propos- ed budget for expenses and income. It is not expected, at...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL CU| Cnucll Motes JULY 14, 1980 City Council met in regular session at 7:30 pjn. with all members present. Council passed Ordinance No. 273 calling for a public hearing on the proposed new budget. Hearing will be August 11, 1980. Members to the Board of Equalization were appoint- ed. Bryan Salmon, Jesse Jay and Joe J. Stone were re- appointed for 1980-81. Ordinance No. 274 was passed approving this commission. Mayor Roan reported that he had met with Com- missioner Nancy Judy in regard to a new Dallas County health program. He stated that this new program is needed and will be a better way. "It pertains to the method of handling animals which are to be tested for rabies. If passed, Dallas Co. would do the testing in Dallas and not send them to Austin, which is as it is now done," Roan said. He said that it would cost Sachse $285 per year to be a member of this new system. Mayor Roan recommend- ed that a resolution be passed supporting this new program. A resolutio...

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

* Report on Airport-Mooting# With the airport meetings underway on the Northeast Dallas/Collin County site selection study by PRC Speas, a planning research company, very strong oppo- sition has been drawn from the communities involved. The communities which ^are involved are Garland, Murphy, Piano, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse and Wylie. "There was a representative from each city on the sub- committee, either the Mayor or City Manager. Garland held the sub- committee meetings, as they were the only city with a department of transporta- tion. Wylie, in Collin Co. was the first to hold a public meeting, with a packed room of about 125 persons in opposition and about 8 people who spuke in favor for an airport. Bruce Clark, PRC Speas Regional Manager presented the plans with an explana- tion of the project. Mr. Clark stated that these are public meetings and not public hearings. At the Wylie meeting Mayor John Akin asked that only Wylie residents speak as their meeting was for Wylie, bu...

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

the 8ach8e sentinel AUGUST 1980 * 4 City Sales Tax AUSTIN, Tex. - State Comptroller Bob Bullock Thursday said city sales tax payments to Texas cities for the first seveit months of 1980 are running about 20% more than payments during the same period in 1979. He said payments for July to 936 cities total $25 million compared to $23.5 million during July of 19/9 - a 6.6% increase. Sales tax payments are just slightly ahead of the inflation rate for the first six months which the federal government has set at about 13%, Bullock said. Sachse's sales tax is up 48% compared to the same period last year. This period ended 6-26-80 with a pay- ment to date of $4,802.30 compared to $3,240.46 for the same period in 1979. Rowlett received a July check for $4,811.77 bring- ing them to a total of $52,618.30 for the year; up 186%. Murphy had a 27% decrease with 1980's first six month payment being $12,963.93 compared to $17,875.60 in 1979. Wylie received a payment of $1,573.14 this payment period ...

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

Cypress Springs Gets Reefs, Forage DALLAS - Lake Cypress Springs may seem secluded because it is surrounded by so many pine and oak trees. How- ever, it is conveniently located only 11 miles from Interstate 30 in Franklin County; and offers plenty of public access. (fi 'J The Franklin County Water District, controlling authority of the reservoir, maintains four boat launch- ing areas with wooden piers and picnic facilities. In addition, there are two privately owned marinas. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department con- ducted a comprehensive survey in 1979 to evaluate the fishery on the 3,500- acre lake. One of the primary recommendations called for the introduction of artificial fish reefs, said Joe Toole, P&WD manage- ment biologist of Marshall. "During May, some 5,600 automobile tires were placed at seven sites in the reservoir," he said. "Several fishermen have already reported taking good bass from around these new reefs." The reefs will greatly benefit fishing success beca...

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

ivsu * t\r a n i THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL AUGUST 1980 ★ 6 Trustees Make Administrative Assignments Several administrative assignments and reassign- ments for the 1980-81 school year were formalized by Trustees. Charlie White, Assistant Principal at South Garland High since 1978, was named Prinicipal of that school to succeed Leonard Merrell, newly-appointed Budget Director. Fred Dillard, fifth grade teacher at Roach Elementary, will succeed Angus Cody as Principal of Heather Glen fclementary. Jerry Wells, teacher/coach at Lake High- lands High School in Richardson, will become Assistant Principal at South Garland High. Mary Sue Echols, Administrative Intern at Rowlett Elemen- tary, will replace Jimmy Whittle as Assistant Princi- pal at Austin Middle School. Gerald Hill and Lura Town- send, both teachers at Hickman Elementary, will be Elementary Interns in 1980-81. Your hair today—how to beat the heat in style Hot under the collar? Is the summer heat making your gorgeous long hair frizz i...

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

C.L. DAVI8 NEW PRESIDENT OF SACHSE LIONS * $81 % - ■■rxrr: ' C.L. DAVIS , LEFT, NEWLY INSTALLED PRESIDENT OF THE SACHSE LIONS IS CON- GRATULATED BY CHUCK HICHCOCK, OF THE GAR- LAND LIONS UN DC MIAMI All IN Billy, iix. wa* ewnp"**d with the almost continuous equalling of h baby brother "I bet I know why he came from Heaven," Billy mused "they put him out " VA question* answered EDITOR'S NOTE: Follow- ing are representative queitioru answered dotty by VA counselors. Full infor- mation it available at any VA office. Q - I want to use my GI Bill entitlement to purchase a mobile home and a lot to put it on. But I understand I must get two separate loans at different interest rates. Is this true? A — No. Effective April 3, 1980, the loans may be combined at one interest rate. Q - May a veteran receive Veterans Adminis- tration educational assist- ance for training leading to a private pilot's license? A - No. Educational assistance may not be pro- vided by VA for training leading to a pri...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL AUGUST 1980 * 8 HEATHER KAISER, LEFT AND SARAH BAINES ARE SHOWN WITH THE "RISK" GAME WHICH THEY WON WHEN THEY PAR- TICIPATED IN THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT THE SACHSE LIBRARY Winners of Reading Program Announced Over 30 students parti- cipated in the reading pro- gram at the Sachse Library. The theme this summer was "Sports Splash." The young readers could read books on any topic. For each 5 books read the student advanced from one base to another on a chart stimula- ting a baseball diamond. Heather Kaiser, age 6, read over 100 books to win in the "under 10 years old" category. Sarah Baines, read over 40 books to win in the "over 10 division." Both girls received a "Risk" game from Mrs. Bryant, the librarian. The library is open 3 afternoons each week: Tuesday, 12 noon - 5 p.m., Wednesday, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., and Thursday, 12 noon - 5 p.m. Stop by to meet our librarian and take home a few books to read. ****** The largest state in the nation has the smallest veter...

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

f PETER COMES HOME <n PAT , HOLDING SON , PETER ALLEN , AND BONNIE LONG- ACRE ARE PICTURED AS THEY BROUGHT HIM HOME. PETER WAS BORN JULY 22, 1980 Bonnie and Patrick Long- acre who live at 2601 McDearmon in Sachse announce the birth of their son, Peter Allen who arrived on July 22, 1980 at 2:41 a.m. He weighed in at 8 lbs., 4Vi ozs. and was 20 inches long. Bonnie and Pat also have one daughter, Judy. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Faller of Van Wert, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Longacre of Elkhart, Indiana. To make your children capable of honesty is the beginning of education. —John Ruskin Baby tigers remain with their mother until their third year. Rowlett Florist & Gifts Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts Wire Service Visa * Master Charge We Deliver American Express * Diner's Club 3830 Main Street (2 story building by the fire station) Shirley and Linda 475-2098 SORORITY NEWS Officers Installed Phi Sigma Alpha...

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

T /• / THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL AUGUST 1980 * ■ * ,r m 1 . V r? ; * • Sl ■* U\ < *" f'■ + f NTU COMMENDS DRIVELINE Did You Knowf Nearly 100,000 American children are injured every year in car acci- dents. Over 800 fatalities a year are children under five. Now isn't that a good reason to slow down and buckle up? History Lesson: The first speeding ticket was issued in 1902 to T. H. Shevlin of Minnesota, who was the first of the hot rodders. He "was fined ten dollars for going over ten MPH. Consumer Tips: The subject today is tires. A re- cent study suggests that one car in four has at lease one seriously underinflated tire (4-6 lbs. under manufacturer's recommendation). An underinflated tire is more likely to blow out, wears ten percent faster, and reduces gas mileage by up to one mile per gallon. Carry your own air pressure gauge (they're cheap) and check the pressure often. And always check pressure when the tires arc cool, since driving can heat up tires, and that heat can increase ...

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

ItVII '•m:# Wot for singles only... Make summer weekends a breeze - «-• irtlrt -II IT Linda Whyte, who serves as home or- ganization consultant at Rubbermaid, welcomes questions and suggestions from readers on the topic of keeping a single household running smoothly. Questions will be answered in her column as space permits. Write her % Rubbermaid. Sot For Singles Only, 1147 Akron Road, Wooster, OH 44691. Oh, how I love warm summer weekends, relaxing at the lake or taking off for the country! But. last summer, after pack- ing until 2 AM for a great July 4th weekend, I realized a little advance planning would have made my weekend a lot more energetic. Who wants to spend time, after working all week, packing MiMCases, taking out trash, ilkeitiung out the car or any pumber of other chores? Instead, let five o'clock Fri- day be the real start of a fun- filled weekend, minus last- minute hassles. To make a last exit for beach or campsite, you need to be prepared. It's exasperating to be ...

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

-'ljv M . j H: *• # THE SACH8E SENTINEL AUGUST 1980 * SAFETY on LAVON G.I.INSURANCE HOAX Mr. Jerry L. Hammers, Reservoir Manager, Lake Lavon announced that lake patrols will be increased in a cooperative effort between the Corps of Engineers, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Collin County Sheriffs Office and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxi- liary to encourage water safety. However, the tre- mendous area of Lavon Reservoir, makes it impossi- ble for constant patrols in all areas. A safe holiday weekend will only be possible with the help and cooperation of an informed public. Each year eight thousand Americans die from drown- ing; 90% of deaths in boating accidents are from drowning, while half of those who drown were not wearing a personal flotation device although they had one in the boat. Annually, nearly 5000 people drown who never intended to be in the water. Wear your P.F.D. having it with you is not enough. Become familiar with water and boating safety practices and regul...

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

Lightning is an underrated killer AUSTIN - Lightning should be considered a po- tentially serious threat to boating, in both fresh and salt water, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said. The department's water safety section points out that the first safety rule is thead for shore whenever ere is a threat of storms or lightning. There also are a number of ways boats and their occupants may be protect- ed, even from a direct hit by a bolt of lightning. The U.S. Power Squad- ron recommends installa- tion of lightning arresters on radio antennas and lightning rods at the highest points on other boats. Sailboats with metallic standing rigging are adequately protected pro- vided that all rigging is grounded. The grounding system should have a straight, high-capacity elec- trical conductor from the highest point on the boat to a submerged ground plate or exposed metallic keel. Also, large metal objects such as motors and fuel tanks should be included in the grounding system. Boat ow...

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

!■ THE QACH8E SENTINEL AUGUST 1980 * M Selection Study of East Sachse Airport Site EAST SACHSE SITE Development Costs Land Airfield Improvements Navigational Aids Utilities/Drainage Terminal Site Improvements Relocations COST 10% CONTINGENCY ESTIMATED TOTAL COST $3,755,500 3,282,000 580,000 300,000 1,129,200 757.000 $9,803,700 980,370 $10,784,070 Property Considerations Property Acquisition Program The principal features of the property acquisition program, which would be needed for the development of a major general aviation airport; are described as follows: Acres: Approximately 826 acres would be needed for development of the airport of which 810 acres would be acquired in fee simple. Avigation easements over the re- maining 16 acres would be required for protection of the North Clear Zones. About 24 parcels encompass the site with many parcels owned by the same owner. Approxi- mately 14 owners can be identified for the parcels which range in size from 10 to 117 acres. The majori...

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

1 t. ■ ' v ■ j' f * / ' • • THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL rr r m rolsvsb i ~ C(?MM i i f i % 3 inch oas (*•0-800 P+.I L INDUS SACHSE CUT I mealurinft ,) station- \ 4 2 inch WATER MAIJj beljocate POWER LINE OR UNDERGROUND* ( ulionwiirvi 1« inch water ma \ > s r PLEASANT er-y, 3 -i " , J' j yw vai. i i NORTHEAST DALLAS/SOUTH COLLIN COUNTY AIRPORT SITE SELECTION STUDY t A OKMan ® PTC PUNNMO A KOMOMC* CONCEPT PLAN EAST SACHSE SITE UHWT 6-2

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL CLASSIFIED ;; TO ADVERTISE Z .. OR REPORT NEWS Phone 495-1231 CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Call after 6:00pm. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 Fcr Sale, by owner. 8 acres on Bailey Rd. in Sachse, Texas. 272-6336 Will clean auto, inside & out. Wash & wax. 3 hour service. Your home or mine. $20.00. 495-8220. Money? It's a very personal matter to me. That's why I chose First National as my bank. My career keeps me busy. So when it comes to my own personal finances I expect my bank to keep up with the things I don't have time for. First National is there when I need them, giving me quick, professional answers and the personal attention I need. They've developed a whole new Personal Banking Division. And they've even assigned a top officer to my account. Now when I have questions on anything from a consumer loan to a trust fund, I just pick up the telephone and ask for my bank...

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