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

NOTES FROM PLANNING & ZONING COMMITTEE SEPTEMBER 2, 1980 Members present were Charlie Foster, Dave Douthey, and BryOn Pierce. FINAL FLAT WILLOW LAKF RANCH PHASE II LOT 6. Max Scheid presented a final plat on Willow Lake Ranch; Phase II, Lot 6. Dave Douthey asked Mr. Scheid why he was only asking for approval of one lot since Phase II has 8 lots platted. Mr. Scheid explained that Mr. Lopez had obtained a building permit and has his house near completion. Mr. Lopez wants to move in this weekend, he stated. ]QSBBQ( Charlie Foster asked why a turn-around wasn't installed as called for in the preliminary plat approval. Mr. Scheid told the members that one of the persons that had signed a contract had agreed to pay a portion of the asphalt turn-around but the deal was not yet closed. Mr. Foster pointed out that it was not the purchaser's responsibility but the developer who should take care of this. It was agreed that the commission did not want to cause any undue delay for Mr. Lopez ...

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

* - - *■•; • «. • ^ - « • s. .v ... . ... j?ih ( 4 t THE SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1980 * 6 Stripers Caught At Texhoma 6144-HWY. 78 CITY SACHSE, TEXAS AUTO SALES We Buy & Sell Used Cars & Trucks 8>00 AM to 6 00 PM MONDAY thrv SATURDAY Don & Doug Roberts 495—8818 Energy-Saving Sale! Just in time for holiday decorating. 30 % OFF Save up to 30% on styles of energy- saving fabrics. Plus savings up to 20% on wide range of casement, sheer and antique satin draperies, woven woods and mini-blinds, too! SALE ENDS OCT. 31, 1980 867-0103 C^Ce'll bring our energy- saving sale to your home at your convenience. Daytime, evenings or weekends. No charge or obligation for our decorating service. Drapery • Carpet • Wallcovering The colorful store that comes to your door." \ < THESE STRIPERS, THE LARGEST WEIGHING 18 LB. WERE CAUGHT AT LAKE TEXHOMA RECENTLY BY BUDDY STONE. BUDDY IS A RESIDENT OF GARLAND AND SAYS HE GOES TO TEXHOMA EVERY WEEKEND m NORTH STAR ★ FLORIST ★ 24 Hour Phone 276...

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

11M POLICE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES WALKIE-TALKIE RADIO HUT Wed. -Sat. PRECISION HAIR CUTS For Entire Family 9:00 - ? Operated By Dolores Connelly & Sue Porter 117 MURPHY RD 422-7571 Come By & Get Acquainted THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBfft 1980 * 7 SACHSE POLICE CHIEE MORRIS ACCEPTS RADIO FROM KEN McCRUM Ken McCrum presented Sachse Police Chief Morris with a new 2-watt Walkie Talkie Radio for police use. The new radio is a 2-watt Genave compact transistor capable of carry- ing 6-channels. It is now equiped with 3 channels with communication to Sachse's base station, car to car and intercity Mr. McCrum said that the radio listed for $700.00 and came with a charger for the radio when not in use. Ken McCrum and wife Lillian are residents of Sachse and owners of Ken's Communications in Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. McCrum and son, Kerry and son-in-law, D. B. Van Gider operate the radio business and specialize in two-way radios for police and fire depart- ments. Mr. McCrum said that he also has a ...

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

■- i Vjk m. -• t v. ' * """ - •■■' THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL OCTO0CR198O * 8 Sachse Pre-School Students Visited By Rabbits A* \ % Patrick Butler, Sam Scarborough, Jonathan Stewart, and Jimmy Topolski enjoyed petting the Angora Rabbits i 4 * K i V . Glenda Foster shows Jonathan Stewart and Brandi Keltner how to spin rabbit fur into yarn At Sachse Pre-school, the topic of study for September was "animals". Our Sachse Pre-schoolers were visited by two Angora rabbits. Their owner, Glenda Foster, also displayed her spinning wheel and demonstrated spinning rabbit fur into yarn SORORITY NEWS Plan 80-81 Calendar Sunny Sachse After a summer of fun activities, Phi Sigma Alpha Zeta Omicron Chapter 70976, Sachse, met for their first regular meeting, of the new year in the lovely home of Lee Miller. Interesting programs have been planned for the year with speakers on informa- tive subjects, instructions on various crafts and social outings. Theme for 1980-81 is "America The Beautiful" 20 Years Of Frie...

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

25.Students From Sachse's First School Get Together For A Covered Dish Luncheon THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL 00006)1980 * 9 It was a happy and gala day for everyone that attended the covered dish luncheon at the Fellowship Hall of the Sachse Christian Church on Wednesday, September 24, 1980. The occasion was a get- together for twenty-five women who had attended the original school in Sachse, which was a three story wood building. Many old school pictures were brought, one which was dated 1925. Many pictures were taken and there was much reminiscing about their school days, and everyone was brought up-to-date on their families and events which had happened since they had last seen each other. The twenty-five ladies that attended the luncheon were: From Garland - Elsie "Lane" Barger, Azalee "Lane" Shugart, Jerusha "Lawrence" Bachman, Verena "Killion" Holcomb, Ana "Lawrence" Cox, Pearl "Pettes" McCallum, Viola "Lane" Freeman, Mollie "Brand" Grissom, Velma "Brand" Cooper, Loree "Boyd" Morrow, M...

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

'vr/ ■TP THE 9ACH8E SENTINEL oaoecfl 1980 ★ North Lake Nursery News BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK Start planting spring flowering bulbs in October. Please be reminded that Tulip bulbs should be kept in the refrigerator vegetable container for 60 days prior to planting. Hyacinth bulb should also benefit by this treatment but it is not required. Tulips need cold weather, or temperature, to begin their sprouting process. Without cooling they will not flower satis- factorily. As a general rule bulbs should be planted 3.5 times as deep as the bulb diameter. If you have not grown Bougainvillea in containers, or hanging baskets, you have missed one of the great joys of gardening. Bougainvillea does well through Zone 7 if protected against the winter cold. Plan now to include it in your landscape program for next year. Buy estab- lished plants preferably growing in one gallon, or larger, containers. They are not easy to start from cuttings. Watch for a future article concerning the culture and care of...

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

Don't Go Fishing At Lake Fork Yet AUSTIN — Contrary to some reports, the new Lake Fork near Quitman did not open September 13. The Sabine River Authority notified the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department that an opening date has not yet been selected, and it may be a while before the time comes. The SRA had originally planned to open the lake sometime in September, but the prolonged drought has kept the lake below its intended first conservation level. The temporary soil and cement boat ramps constructed by the SRA would be unusable at the current water level, and other facilities still are incomplete. Bob Bounds, the Parks and Wildlife Department's Inland Fisheries Manage- ment Coordinator, also cautioned fishermen not to expect too much from the new lake this fall, anyway. "The largemouth bass fishery is just too young and immature in the new lake to provide much this soon," Bounds said. He speculated that anglers would be able to catch very few bass over the special minimum length...

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

fV THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL OCTOMR1980 * WATERFOWL HUNTING SEASONS SET AUSTIN — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commis- sion has approved season dates and bag limits for the 1980-81 waterfowl hunting seasons. Hunters will notice very few changes in the regula- tions from the previous year. No changes were made in the point values assigned to the various duck species in the 100-point system of daily bag limits except for removal of the fulvous (whistling) tree duck from legal status. No changes were made in bag limits of sandhill cranes, snipe and woodcock. The total number of days allowed for duck and goose hunting also is unchanged from the 1979- 80 seasons. The duck seasons are: High Plains Mallard Manage- ment Unit, October 28, 1980 through January 18, 1981, from one half-hour before sunrise to sunset. The unit is roughly the western one-third of the state. Hunters may consult the department's 1980-81 Migratory Game Birds hunting regulations bro- chure to be available at hunting license ...

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

Bryan Salmon Draws Winning Ticket Tiny Chigger Big Irritant ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1980, BRYAN SALMON, RESIDENT OE SACHSE DREW THE WINNING NAME FOR THE HINDQUARTER OE BEEF WHICH WAS GAVE AWAY BY BUDGET FOOD STORE. THE WINNER WAS MARY LOU SULLIVAN OF WYLIE □ □ n Dr. William Fry, professor, author: "Laughter is a pleasant, beneficial tonic—an exercise that you can do sitting down. It is stimulating, but nonetheless relaxing." : i Do FA'"C* 495-5600 * -YOUR HOMETOWN REALTORS- Membar Greater Dallas Board of Realtors ¥ Multiple Listing Service * Professionalism In the Marketing of Your Home CALL TODAY IF WE CAN HELP YOU CASTLE REALTORS 495-5600 6024 Hwy. 78 Sachse,Tex. ( If advice comes too late J and you have a case of J chiggers, a bath in hot ■ soapy water with lots of ■ scrubbing may wash away 2 many of the red bugs. 1 A weak solution of ammonia, bleach or pine oil disinfectant may kill the rest of the chiggers and help relieve the irritation. Also, commercial products and drugs p...

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

I. V J. ^ i . X S. THE SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1980 M A DAY IN COURT Municipal Court for the City of Sachse was held September 23, 1980, Judge Spies presided. One offender was charged with driving 65 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. He had been clocked on radar. The offender stated he had oversize tires and his speedometer was off he knew, plus he had also received a citation for the same offense a few days ago in Garland. He pleaded guilty and was fined $43.50. Another offender pleaded guilty of failure to stop at a stop sign and paid a fine of $23.50. A plea of not guilty for speeding 67 MPH in a 45 MPH zone was made by an offender who stated that he just did not believe he was speeding. The officer who issued the citation said that he had stopped the same person about two weeks ago for speeding, but had let him go then. The judge fined him $43.50. The offender will post a $200.00 cash bond and appeal. A fine of $18.50 was paid by another offender • for not having lights on a boat trailer. A...

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

CITY OF SACHSE. TEXAS APPROVED BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 SUMMARY Anticipated Revenue; General Fund General Fund General Fund General Fund General Fund Garbage Pickup Fees Sales and Use Taxes Ad Valorem Taxes From Water and Sewer Fund Other Revenue Water and Sewer Fund - Water Revenue Water and Sewer Fund - Sewer Revenue Water and Sewer Fund - Sewer Pro-rata Water and Sewer Fund - Other Revenue Sinking Fund - From General Fund Sinking Fund - From V/ater and Sewer Fund Fire Department Fund - County of Dallas Fire Department Fund - From General Fund Fire Department Fund - Other Revenue Federal Revenue Sharing Police Department Fund - From General Fund Police Department Fund - Other Revenue TOTAL ANTICIPATED REVENUE Anticipated Disbursements; ESTIMATED ANNUAL $ 33,000. 8,000. 73,963. 31,965. 30,#30. 92,400. 24,200. 21,000. 22,000. 31,500. 5,000. 3,500. 10,275. 500. J'M 10.080. $ 420,559. $ General Fund - To Refunding Bond Fund General Fund - To Sinking Fund Ge...

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

■ «k • *- *v - 4 • ■** — THE 8ACH9E SENTINEL 0008811980 16 The first bank account that eliminates charges from three essential services: MasterCard/Visa With you pay no interest on your First Na- tional credit card account if you keep it paid. As you know, many banks have begun charging interest on credit cards, even when you pay in full each month. But not First Natonal. As long as you pay in full within 30 days and have a SPtffr PLUS Account you 11 have interest- free use of your MasterCard or Visa. 2 Checking With SHfrfQS there's no service charge for checking and no minimum bal- ance. If you have sntfwjus you'll have this extra advantage. And starting January 1st your checking account will automatically become a NOW account that pays you interest while it lets you write checks. 3 Savings With you get maximum legal interest on your regular savings. Just keep $150() in your savings and you're eli- gible for all these advantages. Three very important reasons to open a STAR-PLUS acc...

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

THE SHCHSE SEniinEI "Communicating With The Community" FREE Vol. 5 #11 NOV€MB€R1980 SACHSE,TEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE * Grady Scott Appointed Manager BURGLARY SUSPECTS ARRESTED IN SACHSE GRADY SCOTT Mr. Grady Scott has been appointed to Manager of CableVision for the cities of Sachse and Wylie. This announcement came from George Gunter, President of Media Systems, Inc., the parent company of Cable- Vision. The CableVision office servicing both Sachse and Wylie is located on Highway 2514 in Wylie. The building is also the site for the Media Systems Communications Center, where transmittal of the programming signal from the satellite to subscribers' television sets takes place. Friday, October 18, at approximately 10:30 p.m. Sachse police apprehended two suspected burglars at the end of Pondrosa Trail in Sachse, Police Chief Morris reported that the suspects were in the process of burglarizing a residence in that area. A television set, a microwave oven, and jewelry were recovered f...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL A NOV€M8€fl 1980 * * City Council Notes OCTOBER 13, 1980 The regular meeting of the Sachse City Council was held at 7:30 p.m. All mem- bers were present except Councilman Staples. First item on the agenda was acceptance of streets Longbranch Court and Pleasant Valey Place in Pleasant Valley Ranch Es- tates. Mr. Scheid was not present. Mayor Roan stated that some time ago Scheid had been asked to re- set the meter boxes and that he had been told it had been done. This item was tabled for this time. Neal Falter, property owner on Salmon Street, asked the council what he needed to do in order to get a permit to build a home. He said that he had been unable to get a permit. Mr. Falter was advised that the reason was that there was not a paved street in front of his property. This problem was dis- cussed and the council ad- vised Mr. Falter that if he would pave the street, run water and sewer lines then he would be issued a permit. The city will check on the cost of ...

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

THE 9ACH8E SENTINEL NOV€MB€R 1980 3 Budget Food Store 6714 Highway 78 & Wllliford Rd. 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sachse,Texas ( Northern ) Deer Hunters Special Hoppe's Gun Cleaning Kits NEW ! R C - 100 2 Liter - 980 12 oz. Can - 1.09 6/pack Facial Tissue White 69c I 16 02. Bottles - 1.49 6/pack Friskies Dog Food chunky beef dinners 19$ ea Limit 11 Please '9$ ■ FROM THE MEAT MARKET ALL OUR BEEF IS NORTHERN GRAIN FED U.S.D.A. CHOICE HEAVY BEEF BACON WRAPPED Fillet Mignon LOOK! 2.29 lb. Round Steak 1.99 ib. WE WILL TENDERIZE TENDER k JUICY RIBEYE M-m-m- 3.99 ib. Catfish Fillets (boneless) FISH LOVERS LOOK ! FRESH GROUND Hamburger 1.59 ib. delicious _ T-Bone Steak 3.29 ib. TRY OUR MEATS , YOU WILL TASTE THE DIFFERENCE THE ABOVE SPECIALS WILL BE SOLD AS LONG AS PRESENT SUPPLIES LAST For Your Freezer U.S.D.A. CHOICE SIDES 1.39 ib, Lewis Hoffard, Market Manager U.S.D.A. CHOICE HINDQUARTERS 1.69 lb. PRICE INCLUDES CUTTING, WRAPPING, & FREEZING ■mbmhmmh No Hidden Charges mmammmmammmmm Satisf...

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

THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1980 * 4 NTMWD Purchases Land for Proposed Solid Waste Site The North Texas Munici- pal Water District has announced the acquisition of approximately 400 acres of land purchased in five separate tracts that are continguous to form a suit- able block for a proposed REGIONAL SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL AREA. The NTMWD has created a ina' Solid Waste Disposal System and entered into contracts with area cities for the trans- portation and disposal of solid waste material. This does not include industrial nor hazardous waste. Initially the Regional con- tracts include the Cities of Richardson and Piano. The site is in the north- east service area of the NTMWD, south of McKin.iey, and east of F.M. 1378, adjacent and parallel to Winningkoff Road. Officials at the NTMWD explained that the negotia- tions and land transactions have been underway for approximately 12 months in the acquisition of this site. Test holes and engi- neering analysis have been made to determine t...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL NOV€MB€R 1980 s VOTE JOE B. POOVEY CONSTABLE PRECINCT 3 # BORN - Liberty Grove, Texas - 1928 # ATTENDED - Liberty Grove, Pleasant Valley & Garland Schools # VETERAN - World War 2 JOE B. POOVEY and wife, Rose live at 1304 Lakeside in Garland. They have four daughter?, Brenda, Karen, Christina and Teresa, one son, Joe C. Poovey COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES MEMBER VEW 100 F COACHED COLT LEAGUE BASEBALL YEARS * SPONSORED LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM 1978- 1979- 1980 * MEMBER PLEASANT VALLEY METHODIST CHURCH * Worked For James A.i !ose For About 18 Years t Self Employed For 4 > ears f RAN FOUR YEARS AGO FOR SAME OFFICE AND LOST BY ONLY ( 5 ) VOTES ... SO REMEMBER Your Vot« Does Count I Pledge to run office on business like marier also I will never embarrass myseif or office and the people which I serve THANK YOU FOR OUR VOTE AND SUPPORT nnl adv. ud. bv Alvin Moore. ( uai^n Chairman, 1700 Westway, Garland

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

THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL NOV€MBtfll9BO . * Trustees Hear Management System Report 6 MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OFFERS 'LIFELINE' TO AREA RESIDENTS Dr. Bill McKinney, Assistant to the Superinten- dent, presented to the Board the Final Evaluation Report on the Master Goal Management System (MGMS) for 1979-80. The MGMS is a management tool used to address district goals through action plans. For the year-end evaluation, action plans were rated as achieved or not achieved. In interviews conducted with 11 central office personnel and 45 principals during June 4-13, 1980, 176 action plans were reviewed. More than 95 percent of the activities specified on the action plans were achieved. Based on the interviews and the results, the following was concluded: (1) the MGMS was an overall success. Principals and administrators completed activities which worked toward the accomplishment of the district's overall goals. (2) In a few instances when action plans were not completed, the non- attainment was either ...

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

JMUMU MWtWMIiifc Dan Salzhander entertains Sachse Lions THE SACHSE SENTINEL Dan Salzhander of the Dallas Zoo Docents entertained Tommy Roan and other Lions members with two of his pets, a Burmes Python (top) and a Monitor Lizard ( bottom ) keti£>/ Parker Farm & Garden Center 442-5213 (Hwy. 544 South of Wylie) We Have A Complete Line Of FEEDS SEEDS FERTILIZER GARDEN SUPPLIES LAWN SUPPLIES Fast Dou bit- Oakland. Calif.—Drey- er's Grand Ice Cream cele- brated its 50th anniversary in 1978. It took 45 years to pro- duce one million gallons of ice cream in a year (1^73). but only three more years to produce two million gallons in one year. In 1980, production will exceed six million gallons, said John Thomason. vice president. SHOUJ €m UJH€fl€ YOU STAND Dan Salzhander of the Dallas Zoo Docents was the guest speaker at the October 9 meeting of the Sachse Lions. Mr. Salzhander brought with him from the zoo one of his pets, a Monitor Lizard from the old world. The World Book Ency- clo...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL ft NOV€Mfl€fi 1980 * " Money can't buy our decorating advice. It's yours, free! 1% i At your house. At your convenience. Decorating Den features a beautiful selection of top-quality color-coordinated samples of draperie carpet and wallcovering to choose Irom. And all our products are guaranteed! 867-0103 Appointments Days, Evenings, Weekends, at v.wr convenience. Never a charge i>r obliga- tion. Free Decorating Service Drapery • Carpet * Wallcovering } The colorful store that comes to your door." . . *• I .. k Ar'NS £>■■ ■ %: m -1 -A* Jewelry, Cosmetics, and Gifts For The Home Nancee's Beauty Salon MEN & WOMEN STYLING Call For Appointment -495-1213- HIGHWAY 78 - • SACHSE > < It's a Girl Vernon and Glenda Roland, Rt. 2, Garland, are proud to announce the arri- val of their first child, Joanna Kathleen, born Sep- tember 15, 1980, at Gar- land Memorial Hospital. She weighed 9 lb., 4V* ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Roland and Mr. and ...

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