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

THE SHCHSE SEMII1EI "Communicating With The Community' FREE Vol. 5 #9 S€PT€MB€R 1980 SACHSE,TEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE ROWLETT LABOR DAY PARADE AND FAIR ROWLFTT Labor Day will be celebrated in Row- lett again this year, begin- ning with a parade Satur- day morning, August 30, at 9:30 a.m. A commun- ity fair will begin immedi- ately after the parade in Herfurth Park. Parade entries are ex- pected to be in place by 8:30 a.m. Trophies will be awarded in three cat- egories. Some highlights of the parade will be school groups, horses and wagons, floats, and local, state, and national politicians. The parade will be staged in Herfurth Park and will begin at the intersection of Centennial and Main Street. It will continue down Main Street to Row- lett Road, turn left on Rowlett Road to Miller Road, then left on Miller Road to Skyline, turn left on Skyline to Llano, and right on Llano. The parade will end in Herfurth Park. The Community Fair will have something for every- body. Some of th...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL S6PTGM0EA1980 2 CltM Cnnttt If Hit AUGUST 11, 1980 City Council held a regu- lar meeting at 7:30 pjn. with all members except Councilman Bodiford pre- sent. A public hearing on the proposed budget for the 1980-81 fiscal year was opened for public com- ments. James Carlson, a resi- dent on Highway 78 at the county line requested a sewer line to his house be included in the budget, he estimated about 600 feet of line would be needed. Eld on Gordon of Plea- sant Valley asked for road repairs on Eastview also be included in the budget. Joe Stone, Fire Chief presented the fire depart- ment's request for next year's funding. Mayor Roan stated that all comments and requests would be covered and dis- cussed in a work session and announced if there were no more comments the public hearing would be closed. Council approved to hold a work session on the budget on Wednesday, August 20, at 7:30 p.m. Fire Chief, Joe Stone presented to the council a proposal for a fire con- tra...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1980

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SEPTEMBER1980 !! WIN !! Budget Food Store wttU ^ to our picnic of food values! 6714 Highway 78 (between Williford Rd. & County Line Sachse,Texas 75098 Ph. 530-8441 -prices good 4 days- Friday August 29 thru Monday Sept. 1 STORE HOURS 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM 7 Days a Week * No Purchase Necessary * Need Not Be Present To Win * Drawing Saturday Sept. 27, 1980 * Must Be 18 Years of Age or Older -COME IN AND REGISTER- ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★****** JO -CUSTOM CUT MEATS _ ALL MEATS USDA CHOICE . - Grand Opening Specials - Sirlion Steak $2.39 lb. ^ mti "•v,a^V T-Bone Steak $2.89 ib. Ml A BREAK FROM HlfiH FOOD PBICES. IAB0R MY SPK1A1S Pure Pork Sausage $ 1.49 ib. Wilson Savory Bacon Mrs.Bairds Bread 690 Cigarettes All Brands 65'pk- Lean Hamburger $1.49 lb. Pork Chops $1.29 lb. Coke „ & Dr. Pepper 6 pk. 12oz. cans $1.09 COKE and DR. PEPPER THROW-AWAYS 6 pk. 16oz. $1.39 ECO MILK gal. | $1.89 plus dep

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

if l! THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL S€PT€MB«fl 1980 * 4 Under the roof. Audit your home's energy efficiency Glances are good that your 1 home's annual heating and cooling costs are a lot higher than they need to be. Care to find out how much higher? Then take an hour to audit your home's energy efficiency. You may be surprised at the amount of fuel and money you are wasting—fuel and money you could save, simply by in- stalling such readily available home improvements as build- ing insulation, storm doors and windows, and caulking and weathers tripping. To begin diagnosing your home's savings potential, you'll need the following tools: a flashlight, a ruler and a screwdriver. You might also want to take along a pad and pencil and keep record of whatever savings op- portunities you discover, and the improvements needed to take advantage of those oppor- tunities. There are two basic types of insulation. One type has been pre-fabricated into a "blanket" configuration that fits neatly be- tween jo...

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

-< - ■ ^ vV - 1 . . i . ■ , • * • . .. . , BUDGET FOOD STORE Welcome To Sachse B.J. & Mamie Moses DUD'S PRODUCE 6714 HWY. 78 - IN SACHSE Phone - 530-8441 DENISON DAM WATERS CHECKED The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment are monitoring oxygen levels in the Red River be- low Lake Texoma. Conditions are present which could lead to a die-off of fish, said John Moczygemba, P&WD biolo- gist of the Texoma Fisher- ies Station. Last year more than $50,000 worth of fish, including an estimated 1,000 striped bass, died in the oxygen-depleted waters below Denison Dam. 'There is a high con- centration of organic matter in the water which con- sumes oxygen," Moczygema said, "and that creates a stress situation for the fish." In recent days, P&WD biologists have observed schools of stripers concen- trating neai the water's surface, indicating a lack of oxygen in deeper water. However, no dead fish have been found. THE SACHSE SENTINEL S€PT€MB€f...

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

! \ '■ THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL S€PT€MB€fl 1980 * INTS FOR OMEOWNERSI Understanding R-Values North Zone Dove Outlook Varied Besides the three Rs you learned in school—reading, 'riting and 'rithmetic — there's a fourth you may need to know about: the R in insulation R-values. R-values stand for an in- sulation material's ability to resist the passage of heat. The higher its R-value, the greater its ability to resist heat passage through walls and attics. AUSTIN — Mourning dove hunting during the state's North Zone season opening Sept. 1 may range from exciting to dismal, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment. The North Zone covers approximately the northern two-thirds of Texas. In general, dove prospects are good in the eastern half of the North Zone and poor in the west. Biologists said that in terms of numbers of mourn- ing doves statewide, the 1980 season may be out- standing. Dove Program Leader Jim Dunks said call-count surveys showed an increase in the state- wide b...

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

.. I. SACHSE CONSTRUCTION BOOMS DURING JULY and AUGUST V,;,. - (T' v W,<: 3 ■ m-V*i 5 5L,< v i, si <tfyAs®p«? fi Kft'%' Wmm IBoU ■ v ' ryfc. * u • * b* ■ ■ 4*- THREE NEW DUPLEXES ARE BEING BUILT AT 5500 ALEXANDRIA STREET (! «i Coleman Recalls Stove & Lantern WICHITA, Kan.—The Coleman Company, Inc. re- ported recently that approx- imately 7,000 one-gallon containers of liquid camp- ing fuel marketed by it in Texas and areas of Oklahoma, Louisiana, Ar- kansas and New Mexico bordering on Texas may leak, Leakage of the fuel, which is extremely flam- mable, could cause a fire hazard. The fuel was packaged during early February 1980. Potentially Leaking Fuel Each container may con- tain a few drops of water which could eventually cause rust and leakage from the affected containers. Affected containers are identified by the brand Coleman and by the code L020 stamped in ink on the container bottom. Persons who find they have these fuel containers should remove them to the outdo...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL S€PT€M8€fl 1980 * § Homemakers Club For Sachse On Tuesday, August 19, 1980 an organizational meeting for a Dallas Exten- sion Homemakers Club was held at the home of Mrs. Shirley Scarborough. The official name of the club is the Sunny Sachse Home- makers Club as suggested by Mrs. Pat Stone. Offi- cers for 1980-81 are: Pres- ident, Mrs. Shirley Scarborough; Vice-Presi- dent, Mrs. Janet Hughs; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Jeannette Maher; Reporter. Mrs. Sharon Schillerstrom; Council Delegate, Mrs. Gail Stewart; and Membership, Mrs. LaRue Whatley. Throughout the year the S.S.H.C. will have programs of interest to all home- makers in the Sachse area. Meetings will be held on the second Wednesday of each month at Sachse Commun- ity Center. Coffee will be served at 9:00 a.m. with the meeting commencing at 9:30 a.m. The first meet- ing will be Wednesday, September 10 and will be featuring a demonstration of Christmas crafts. Everyong is invited to learn new things with us ...

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

a* THE 8ACH3E SENTINEL S€PT€MB€fl 1980 * 9 Auxiliary Host Ice Cream Social DEVON REED WAS PRESENTED A PLAQUE BY AUXILIARY PRESIDENT, THELMA STANTON, ON BEHALF OF THE AUXILIARY AT THE ICE CREAM SOCIAL WHICH WAS HELD ON AUGUST 23, 1980. THE PLAQUE WAS FOR DEVON'S OUTSTANDING HELP IN OBTAINING ITEMS FOR THE AUXILIARY'S ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE The Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department met for it's monthly meet- ing Tuesday evening, Au- gust 19. Present were 16 members and 5 gut sts. The guests included Brenda Henderson, Sylvia Yates, Ophelia Bates, Joan Hutchins, and Lucille Orr who presented the program. Plans were made for an ice cream social on Satur- day, August 23, to be held on the grounds of the Assembly of God Church. All members of the Sachse Fire Department, the Ladies Auxiliary and their families were invited to attend for an evening of dessert and visiting. President Thelma Stanton reminded the mem- bers that in September the Auxiliary would go out to eat. Members voted...

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

v .,/< M- / / . *1" *•<* . ' f : i " iffy •f'""'1 ' I THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL S€PT€M8€R 1980 * Franchise Taxes Up LAND -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 SEPTEMBER 21-28 N—d homos on ocroago "Wo Doal In Country Property Odie Hall Realtors MAlTOt AGENT 276-0021 272-8274 HIGHWAY 78 • SACHSE AUSTIN, Tex.—State Comptroller Bob Bullock has reported that franchise taxes filed with 1980 re- ports from corporations doing business in Texas total more than $335.4 million. Bullock said receipts to date are up nearly $41.6 million over collections last year. All corporations opera- ting in Texas are required to file annual franchise tax reports and pay taxes on June 15, and more than 130,000 returns have been received and processed since that deadline. He said tax-exempt and first-year corporations are not requir...

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

■M* Common No-Fuss Su mmerSupper Sense Tips Hints For Homeowners "freezers When used properly, a freezer can really help homemakers pinch pennies to stretch the food budget. It lets you take advantage of special sale prices to stock up on family favorites. It is important to select ingre- dients of good quality for freez- ing, and according to home economists from Whirlpool Cor- poration, blanching is one of t he most important steps in free/, intf vegetables. Blanching is a heat process that arrests enzy- matic action and stops rijK'iiin^ or maturing. It also helps vege- tables retain color and stabil izcs \itamin content. Quick frozen foods resemble fresh foods more closely and retain a higher proportion of their orig- inal nutritional value than f<x>ds preserved by any other process. The home economists also ad- vise against using containers or wraps not designed specifically for freezing because both the food quality and flavor can lx- lost through improper wrap- ping Air ...

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

, MRP THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL S€PT€MS€R 1980 ★ NTMWD WATER CONSUMPTION DATA JANUARY THRU JULY IN 1000 GALLONS MEMBER CITIES FARMERSVILLE FORNEY GARLAND MESQUITE MCKINNEY PLANO PRINCETON RICHARDSON ROCKWALL ROYSE CITY WYLIE SUB-TOTAL MEMBER CITIES CUSTOMER CITIES 1978 1979 1980 135,602 149,648 154,831 190,290 173,428 174,059 4, 403,247 4,175,315 1,939,799 5,322,720 2, 041,782 2,156,245 554,911 544,518 585,617 2, 066,625 2,047,652 2,977,929 80,169 90,319 77,710 1, 939,429 1,995,242 3,029,810 308,603 282,148 366,279 / 72,281 86,461 75,554 97.127 89,024 86,172 11,890,066 11,573,554 15,006,926 ALLEN 144,829 163,714 236,350 DALLAS 1,451,733 1,693,710 2,261,550 FAIRVIEW 26,906 24,555 33,448 FATE 12,009 7,709 4,878 KAUFMAN 126,745 152,761 142,564 LUCAS 46,977 36,045 60,448 MURPHY 37,005 26,559 41,531 ROWLETT 129,857 145,701 211,759 SACHSE 34,254 40,395 54,218 SEIS LAGOS M. U.D. 7,402 3,891 8,090 SUNNYVALE 49,353 46,678 63,490 WATER SUPPLY CORP. 124,656 120,276 176,740 INDV. METERS 23,065 24,662...

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

Cities Sales Tax AUSTIN, Tex.—State Comptroller Bob Bullock said continued improve- ments in the tax processing system in his office will result this month in a one-time, multi-million sales tax rebate bonus to cities and quicker tax reimburse- ments in the future. Bullock said Texas cities who levy the optional one- I percent city sales tax will ^B;ceive two rebate checks I for August. He said this month's "extra" check will include a large amount of money from second quarter returns filed in the Comptroller's office on the July 31 deadline and normally 'i I would have been included in the September payment. He said one check re- presents taxes being return- ed from last month's rebate cutoff through the end of July. The other check is the result of allowing an extra week of tax alloca- tions for cities during the first week of August. Statewide, Texas cities will share $39.8 million for the normal end-of-July al- locatiyp formula and an additional $61.1 million as a one-time bonus...

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

• •• ' 4 v ^ -J THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL serevuKR 1980 * Police Report The following are tome of the calls which ware answered and investigated by the Sachse Police De- partment during the past month. Gen. Comp. Inv 29 Traffic Citations 30 Residential Burglary 1 Theft Over $2.00 3 Jail Arrest 3 Suspicious Person Checks 24 Suspicious Vehicle Checks .20 Radio Calls 29 City Ordinance 2 Attempted Suicide 1 Vacation Home Checked 8 Miles Traveled 2800 DRIVELINE Watch Those Weekends . . .In terms of fatal acci- dents, weekends are the most dangerous driving period for Texans, according to DPS records. Night is much more dangerous than daylight; and the after-the-party hours are the most perilous of all. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights—11 P.M. to 3 A.M.—produce more fatal accidents than any other time period. CB Dictionary ... 1 iere is just a sample of some current terms for that good buddy, the law en- forcement officer: big brother, bubblegum machine, catch car, green stamp collector, gun ...

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

Discharging Of Firearm* Unlawful HUNTING SEASON With the hunting season about to begin everyone should be aware of City ordinance No 225 that was passed February 14,1977, I making it unlawful for any person to discharge firearms within the City. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SACHSE, TEXAS: SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful and an offense for any person to discharge a firearm, rifle, shotgun, automatic rifle, revolver, pistol or other weapon designed for the purpose of firing or discharging a shell or cartridge, whether the shell or cartridge is blank or live ammunition, within the City Limits. SECTION 2. It shall be defense to prosecution under this ordinance that the person was a law enforcement peace officer acting in the performance of his j official duties or that the conduct was justified under the provisions of Chapter 9 of the Texas Penal Code. SECTION 3. The provisions of this ordinance shall not apply, however, to any person who fires a weapon on his own p...

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

M, ;"V- * - V • ^ vr THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SENTINEL HUNTING OLD PICTURES ON HISTORY OF SACHSE CLASSIFIED a m n MM M-M-M-M-M-l " TO ADVERTISE I TO ADVERTISE ^ OR REPORT NEWS I Phone 495-1231 " The Sachse Sentinel is hunting old pictures con- cerning the history of Sachse, expecially one of the original rock house that William Sachse built. The Sentinel would like to print them in the paper from time to time. The pictures would be returned unharmed. If you have any pictures or know anyone who may have any, call Joe Stone, 495-1231. Money? iL., Iljln) rm+mm 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 ac...

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

shchse seiitiiiei "Communicating With The Community" 1 FREE Vol. 5 #10 OCTOSCR1980 SACHSE,TEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE Mayor Roan Surrounded By Sachse's Protective Force "To Protect And To Serve" was the slogan Chief Morris chose when he was appointed chief of police in January, 1980. Chief Morris now has himself a 24 hour, seven day a week job. As he stated, "something had to be done." Morris and Mike Barrow, ex-sheriff deputy of Dallas County got together and a police reserve was formed. Mike Barrow became the commander of the reserve force which now has 11 uniformed officers. Most of the officers are ex-police officers with certification, the others are in training for certification. In order for the Chief to have a day off the reserves are assigned regular patrols with two persons to a squad car. "Sachse doesn't have much crime at this time but Sachse is growing and so will crime if we don't keep a tight hold on it," Chief Morris said. Chief Morris said that with a motorcycle pa...

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

'P'' v. ■- *. THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL OCTOBCR1980 * 2 CUi Cmull Httu SEPTEMBER 8,1980 Meeting opened at 7:30 p.m. with all members present with the exception of Councilman Staples. Marcus Pritchett, General Telephone representative presented the council with a 3 year franchise agree- ment. Mr. Pritchett stated that they (GTE) could not find in their files an agree- ment with the City of Sachse. Pritchett said that in the new franchise GTE would pay a 4% tax instead of the 2% which the city was receiving. In 1979 GTE paid Sachse $1,575 for gross receipts and $516.00 in property taxes. Mayor Roan brought to the attention of GTE a letter from the City requesting that Sachse residents be listed in the phone book separate, the same as Rowlett. Council- man Mardis stated that "Sachse needs it's own identity." Bob Stewart, GTE representative stated that this would run into a problem because 495 numbers are not in Sachse only, that some are in Garland, and it just could not be done. Mr. Stewart...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL * OCTOB€fl 1980 * 9 Budget Sachse,,Texas 75098 6714 Highway 78 (between Wllllford Rd. & County Line -CUSTOM CUT MEATS- Round Steak Pork Chops _ $2.09 $1.39 Lean Hamburger Meat_ $1.59 $3.19 T-3one Steak Sirloin Steak Club Steak _ STOCK UP ADD 5M. We Sell A Complete Line Of ECHRICH MEATS & COLD CUTS Echrich Bologna Echrich Boiled Ham $1.99 lb. $3.69 lb. lb. lb. lb. $2.89 ib. $2.29 ib. Stock Up Your Home Freezer Now BEAT THE HIGH PRICES OF BEEF Store STORE HOURS 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM 7 Days a Week Sides Hindquarter $1.38 lb. $1.60 lb. fj- lV J / . cK> f w % Echrich Smoked Turkey $2.99 lb. Save On All The Choicest Cuts! Buy in quantity... pay less in the long run. We sell only the very best meats...cut and packaged the way you specify! ALL MEATS USDA CHOICE HEAVY BEEF

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

F1 THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL ML <XTOB€fi 1980 * ~ READY-MIX CONCRETE 0 " As little as 1 /4 yard ' No Mixing-No Messtng-flaady to Poor ' 3/8' Rebar-Wiremesri (Cut to Oder) ' Sand, Gravel, Wheelbarrows 4 Trowels Serving Gartand, RtcnarOson, Mesqune, Rockwall, Piano & Surrounding 25 YEARS CONCRETE EXPERIENCE Open 8-5 Mon-Sat Unapt CONCRETE So. First °*rl*"d 272-8570 Police Mar Lou Sullivan, Wylle Resident Wins Beef Report mhmmhux The following are some of the calls which were / m* answered and investigated by the Sachse Police De- Traffic accidents 2 tiZM «. . V / •*- j.ii.msr 4 W~. V m * V>x Traffic tickets 31 ' ^dRa*' ?SBL • Radio Calls <3 ' " ;V:{" ;kJSJP Persons checked 34 ~ ~ ^ *32 Vehicle checked 30 *,"■'* ' City ordinance violations 4 ,./« y Accidental gun shot Theft of cattle 1 Theft of dogs 1 (Cows and dogs were loca- ted, case unfounded.) CHARLIE THOMPSON , CO-OWNER 0£ BUDGE 1 Miles traveled 3000 FOOD STORE IN SACHSE CONGRATULATES WINNER OF BEEF, MARY LOU SULLIVAN DAYL...

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