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

M>/, Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL NOV€MB€R 1980 * 9 : r* ' *> p , . i ,i-* % %4 - 1 : 41 " ' - Vy.'' £ ; '<OT$9 '■■>W ''' S;v I 'it E3i*iK, Margaret Guy Presents Program Mf-i Margaret Guy demonstrates on SSHC member Bonnie Longacre To get maximum mileage cut of a gallon of gas, keep your engine tuned. An untuned engine can rob you of up to 15 percent of your car's gas mileage. In the long run it can be very costly. The S.S.H.C. had a very enjoyable meeting Wednes- day, October 8, 1980. The program "Color Me Pretty" was presented by county ex- tension agent, Margaret Guy. Each lady present learned which colors are best suited to her skin, hair, and eye colors. The door prize was won by Pat Stone. The raffle prizes were won by Margaret Guy and Jeannette Maher. At the next meeting, Janet Hughs will teach the ladies how to make pic- ture frames and Karen Meade will demonstrate Tri- C'hem, a liquid embroidery. Please join the members and other guests at th...

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

THE QACHSE SENTINEL G I Loan Guaranty Program Continuaa Despite rapidly changing mortgage rates adding to the confusion of an often chaotic housing market, the Veterans Administration believes its GI loan guaranty program continues to offer significant benefits to home- seeking veterans. The program, which offers guarantees of up to $25,000 or 60 percent of the loan, whichever is less, ^ \ has a number of advantages for eligible veterans. Among them are: ♦lower interest rates than conventional mortgages; * long amortization periods; ♦an assumable mortgage; ♦right of prepayment without penalty; ♦no points to be paid by the home-buying veteran; ♦a one-year builder's warranty for new homes; ♦no down payment in most cases; ♦limitations on closing costs for loans; ♦VA valuation appraisal. VA loan officers across v V -V 1 the country report that recent fluctuations in mortgage interest rates have surprised veterans who believed they had nailed down one mortgage rate only to be confronted ...

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

Sachse Police Chief, Gerald Morris checks plywood that was stolen from a building site on Merritt Road STOLEN PLYWOOD RECOVERED The recovery of 49 sheets of plywood cleared up half a case which involved a theft where 100 sheets of plywood had been stolen from a building site on Merritt Road. Jerry Carter, custom home builder reported to Sachse police department on Wednesday, October 22, that betwfcen 10:00 and 1 1:00 p.m. the 100 sheets of plywood had been stolen from the construction site on Merritt Road in Sachse at Willow Lake. Sachse Police Chief reported that on Friday, October 24, the Wylie police department had in custody a person who gave them the information about the plywood. Acting on the lead Collin County sheriff's office contacted Sachse Police Chief Morris. Chief Morris, Wylie P. I), and Collin County sheriff deputy went to a location east of the town of Lavon in Collin County. A con- sent to search was obtained at the residence. Chief Morris said that about 4:30 a.m....

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

THE SACH8E SENTINEL NOV€MB€R 1980 LAVON GETS TWO FISH REEFS DALLAS - Two new fish attractor reefs recently were placed in Lake Lavon through the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department's "Adopt-a-Lake" program. Some 3,000 old auto- mobile tires were bound together and dropped near the intake and discharge areas of Garland Power Plant, well within casting distance of the shoreline. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to mark the areas soon with permanent floating buoys. The cooper- ative project was sponsored by a group of Garland Power Plant employees and the Piano Bass Anglers Club. Organizations and groups interested in participation in the Adopt-a-lake program should write Kirby Gholson, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 134 Braniff, San Antonio, Texas 78216. COMPUTER EQUIPTMENT ADDED TO EACH HIGH SCHOOL The Board awarded a $18,221.76 bid to Marymac Industries, Inc. for 6 16K TRS-80 computers, 6 line filters, and 6 desks for each of the four high schools. The equipment being ...

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

, KfatfJ RnwmPiMiiv vfotW# ' ■>' NTMWD WATER CONSUMPTION THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL NOV€MB€R 1980 ★ JANUARY THRU SEPTEMBER IN 1000 GALLONS MEMBER CITIES FARMERSVILLE FORNEY GARLAND MESQUITE MCKINNEY PLANO PRINCETON RICHARDSON ROCKWALL ROYSE CITY WYLIE SUB-TOTAL MEMBER CITIES CUSTOMER CITIES ALLEN DALLAS FAIRVIEW FATE KAUFMAN LUCAS MURPHY ROWLETT SACHSE SUNNYVALE WATER SUPPLY CORP INDV. METERS SUB-TOTAL CUSTOMER CITIES TOTAL 1978 191,812 244,834 5,919,970 2,745,434 743,704 2,870,888 111,812 2,716,119 413,357 99,506 1979 191,157 225,043 5,599,351 2,582,739 714,056 2,854,868 110,272 2,724,191 388,200 105,820 1980 218,409 259,134 7,714,485 3,194,927 838,437 4,416,226 109,491 4,560,212 538,598 111,405 132,869 115, 795 130,145 16,190,305 15,611,492 22, 091,469 197,902 223 826 330,707 2,016,513 2, 032 560 2, 670,360 35,594 33 034 47,680 13,354 10 203 7, 337 179,129 193 539 207,382 64,980 50 627 92,302 49,117 36 114 65,982 179,780 194 913 324,986 45,883 54 386 88,456 69,087 64 162 102,997 175,0...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL NOV€Mfl€fl 1980 ★ 14 LETTER TO SACHSE Dear Friends: It has been my pleasure for these thirteen years to be your librarian. I didn't take the job for the purpose of making money, but that 1 might be of service to the community of Sachse. This January I will be leaving this position as your librarian, and with some re- grets. If you are interested in becoming librarian and are qualified please come by the library and leave your application. We will take applications until the fif- teenth of November. My main reasons for quitting are for various reasons: 1) lack of com- munity participation. Peo- ple go from our good library to town and other libraries, 2) lack of space to grow in. This is causing a sharp de- crease in circulation. People have told me they don't come here because we are too crowded, and they can't find what they want. That is because so many of our books are in boxes or packed away someplace. Thirteen years ago we started out with around two hundred...

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

CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 This & That Shop. 104 E. Oak, Wylie. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Reasonable prices. Free pick-up. 442-1923 FOR-LEASE, 2 Bedroom Duplexs Alexander St., Sachse. $325. 00 month $100. 00 deposit. 495- 1113,495-4444 CLASSIFIEDS are $ 1. Z5 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word alter that THE SACHSE SENTINEL NOVCMfKR 1980 * REWARD- $25. 00 for return of our 7 month old Billy Goat. Black with white markings, wearing brown leather collar. Lost October 9, from Miles Rd., but may have wandered to Sachse or Merritt Rds. 530-8937 or 495-5205. TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS Phone 495-1231 « « Child Day Care in my Sachse home . Dependable, reasonable. Mon. thru Fri. 495-5314 Home Cleaning Care. Energetic duo. For A-1 service call for interview. 495-095b CORRECTION The Sachse Sentinel made an error in last months ad for the This & That Shop. It should have read Custom Upholstery instead of Custom Holstery HUT Wed. -S...

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

THE SACH8E 8ENTINEL |# NOVCMIKR1980 ★ IV : The first bank account that eliminates charges from three essential services: MasterCard/Visa IWith SPMfrPLUS 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 STAR* PLUS Account you'll have interest- free use of your MasterCard or Visa. Checking 2 With SJ R PUJS there's no service charge for checking and no minimum bal- ance. If you have S!XU3*PIJLJS 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. Savings With SlftR'PmS you get maximum legal interest on your regular savings. Just keep $1500 in your savings and you're eli- gible for all these advantages. Three very important reasons to open a STAR'P...

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

THE SHCHSE SE9ITMEI "Communicating With The Community" FREE Vol. 5 #12 D€C€M6€R 1980 SACHSE,TEXAS PUBLISHED MONTHLY FREE m Thomas Flournoy Winner Of Shotgun F00r. SACHSE RESIDENTS RECEIVE MINOR INJURIES IN ACCIDENT Four Sachse residents received minor injuries in a three vehicle accident at Highway 78 and Murphy Road on November 11, 1980 at approximately 8:00 a.m. Sachse Fire Department was first on the scene to assist with aid and traffic control. The accident happened within the city limits of Garland. Majel Robinson, David Burgess and Amy Burgess of Ponderosa Trail in Sachse received cuts and bruises. Stephanie Day, of Murphy Road in Sachse received hip and leg injuries. All were taken to Garland Hospitals by Garland Fire Department ambulance. Sachse Lion President, C. L. Davis Presents Lion Member, Thomas Flournoy, 5107 Natchez, Sachse With A New Shotgun. Flournoy Was The Lucky Winner In The Drawing For The Gun Children's Author And Illustrator To Visit Garland Schools * Jose Ar...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL City Council Notes NOVEMBER 10.1980 Mayor Rc-m opened the regular amine at ~:3C pjc. with ill members present Dr Mamn k:rsh vtsoa the agenda about Sich*i Dental Offroe. bvz had notified the ccr> earlly that he cooid not be present Item * if uirlic Don W J n: Ray Goar. Si: Lie residents asked :a: something r-e do as about *ie condition a: tie raiiro*: cro«sg on Ben Dava Rd., lsc the ditch tod mud hoie on Ponderr-n Trail needed to be repaired Mayor Roan Hated that Sachse would have the sly attorney wnte the railroad a tetter and that the probiem on Ponderosa Trail would also be checked. Councilman Anderson asked about conditions os Williford Rd He ajd that the heavy truck traffic was tnrjig the road up The mayor expiated that Sachse Police Ctue: Monti had si_d that tits Sachse po-: ::. act enforce prtisat icad A s-gr.s -hich are posted, he said that the State Highway ht an : Meisure Dep art- -errt souid have to enforce Co-acilrsan And: The :.-5 on i at- t - — - ...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL * DCCeWBCB1980 ★ 9 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM FOOD STORE 6714 Highway 78 & Wllllford Rd. ✓ Sachse, Texas Holiday Shoppers Specials Hamburger & French Fries $1.75 Cheeseburger & French Fries $1.85 -made with fresh 100% ground chuck- Frito Pie ... Large Size ... $1.00 (Frito Corn Chips - Chili - Cheese - Onions) Phone Ahead For Faster Service Beef Stew 1.75 pint 2 - liter COCA COLA $1.19 t HORMEL Boneless Smoked Ham (12-15 lb) $2.25ib f (USDA CHOICE) T-Bone $3.25 FOOD STAMPS Welcome Here! WE FEATURE ECXRICH BRAND LUNCH MEATS Saturday Only (Nov. 29) X, Fresh Le^n Ground Chuck -Sale Price* Good Nov. 28-Nov,30- $1.65 ib

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

I THE 8ACH9E SENTINEL D€C€MB€R 1980 4 Hunting, Fishing Licenses Set Record Bullock Files Tax Liens VALUE-FULL Sweet Potatoes Stalk Celery Carrots FOR THE HOLIDAYS All Type Nuts Dud's Produce Ph. - 530-8441 6714 Hwy. 78 -in Sachse AUSTIN - Texas' out- doorsmen bought hunting and fishing licenses at a record clip during the 1979- 80 fiscal year. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reported revenue of SI4, 832,329 for the year ending Aug. 31, 1980 which exceeded the previous year's income by almost $1 million. However, officials pointed out that the over- all six percent increase in revenue was well below the rate of inflation during the fiscal year. One . of the largest increases was in resident combination hunting and fishing licenses, with 50,762 more sold in 1979-80 than in the previous year, bringing in an additional S431, 852 revenue. Resident hunting and fishing licenses also gained, contributing almost SI00, 000 over the previous year's total. Nonresident AUSTIN, Tex.-State...

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

How Sachse Voted In General Election 1980 The following are the results of the election in Precincts 2202 and 2203. The first figure on each line represents 2202 and the second 2203 Those marked with an asterisk (*) are the winners of each race. PRESIDENT/VICE -PRES. Reagan * . , .303 .... 127 Carter 114 67 ft Clark 6 2 Anderson. . .5 5 U.S.REP. DISTRICT 5 Pauken . . . .244 .... 107 Mattox * . . .168 69 RAILROAD COMMISSIONER G rover . . . .229 94 Temple *...119 76 R.R. COMM. (Unexpired Term) Blanchard . .192 71 Nugent *...151 96 Hutzeiman . .10 3 ASSOC. JUSTICE. SUPREME CRT.. PLACE 1 Brady 205 92 Wallace *. . .128 72 ASSOC. JUSTICE, SUPREME CRT., PLACE 2 McGee • . . .155 98 ASSOC. JUSTICE. SUPREME CRT., PLACE 3 Campbell *. .156 97 ASSOC. JUSTICE. SUPREME CRT., PLACE 4 (Unexp. term) Garwood . . .215 99 Ray * 110 68 JUDGE, CRT. OF CRIMINAL APPEALS, PLACE 1 Teague * . . .152 99 JUDGE, CRT. OF CRIMINAL APPEALS. PLACE 2 McCormick . . *150 . .96 ASSOC. JUSTICE. CRT OF CIVIL APPEALS. 5th S...

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

THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL D€C€Mfl€R 1980 6 S&chse Auxiliary prepares For Christmas The monthly meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary was held Tuesday, November 11, at the Community Center. Twenty-one mem- bers and 3 guests were present for the Christmas presentation given by Debbie Dennon of Lone Star Gas Company. A large variety of cookies, candies and breads were displayed in unique containers and wrappings for Christmas gift-giving. Each lady was presented with the recipes and pictures of the various containers. The regular meeting was then called to order by Thelma Stanton. Minutes were read by Pat Stone. Janet Hughs presented the nominating committee's list of names for the 1981 officers. By unanimous vote the 1981 officers for the Ladies Auxiliary are Presi- dent-Thelma Stanton, Vice- President and Program Chairman-Janet Hughs, Sec- retary/Treasurer-Pat Stone, Councelor-Edith Bailey, Cheer Chairman-Bonnie Longacre, Telephone Chair- man-LaRue Whatley, and Historian/Reporter - Jean- net...

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

SACHSE RESIDENTS AND THEIR GARDENS # s* . < * - % v , :4- ■ m Edith Bailey, 2925 sweet potato which 5th. Street shows this 7 1/4 lb. she grew in her fall garden '•> •/ This home at 5824 Boone Street in Sachse doesn't have to worry about mowing their grass. The front yard is a beautiful fall garden Ted's Floor & Decor Holiday Greetings Odsr r*c<t r>os 'J peppermint jt.cfc and iot* of yooa-es too He s n© © to sov m h,$ merry way hove O JO*V Chfift moido"" ana we a «e to odd o soeoot vuietide nonhyou 495-7249 SALES & INSTALLATION FREE ESTIMATES •quality carpets •woven wood mini-blinds •custom drapes •reasonable prices •friendly service Highway 78 Sachse Library Notes If any of you residents here in Sachse are interested in library work we will still take your application, and you will be interviewed the week of the 8th, of December. Come by the library and fill out your applica- tion. Your librarian Mrs. Clifton Bryant Parker Farm & Garden Center We Have A Compl...

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

THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL D€C€M8€R 1980 * 8 Sachse School Students In 1920's Pre-Schoolers Busy Schedule October found the Sachse Pre-School busy as bees. The beautiful wiather allowed everyone to have unrestricted outdoor activi- ties. In accord with the study of "Autumn", the students decorated maple leaf-shaped cookies, dona- ted by Pre-School mother, Gail Stewart. On the pre- schoolers trip to Owens Country Farm, they saw everything from Clydesdale horses to Dalmation pup- pies. Last but not least for the month of October, the students enjoyed their halloween party, organized by Pre-School mother, Sharon Hail. Durmg November the pre-schoolers studied the origins of our American Thanksgiving customs. The Thanksgiving party, organ- ized by Pre-School mother, Marie Topolski, was both fun and meaningful. The students have followed each step in the building of the new facili- ties at the Sachse Assembly of God Church with enthu- siasm. There has been some- thing new to see nearly every cla...

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

VFW Post 5076 Win 5 Top Awards The Veteran's Day Parade was held in Garland, November 8, 1980 with ninety-five (95) entries. VFW Post 5076; Center- ville and Miller Road partici- pated in this event. They entered two floats, one car, and one walking unit. Several members and children also walked and passed out more than 1,000 U.S. flags. Following the parade, at the awards presentation in Dallas, excitement really mounted as VFW Post 5076 brought home five (5) top awards. These awards were won by the efforts of many members of the Men's and the Ladies Auxiliary. Rita Ambriati was responsible for the idea of the jail float representing the hostages in Iran and Devon Reed built the jail on his trailer; thii float won first place in the parade. The men also entered their float which was built on Floyd Stracener's trailer, repre- senting education with students and teacher. Their float took third place. Ann Pomroy, president of the Auxiliary and Naomi Reed, treasurer decorated and rode ...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL D€C€Mfl€R 1980 correspondence or flight training for students who enroll in these programs after Sept. 1,1980. For them, VA can pay lf . _ . .. . _. . . . 70 percent of the total VA Educational Chocks Incroasod charges for correspondence training or 60 percent of Remodeling At Fire Stetion Continues Bigger .checks for veter- ans training under the G1 Bill was one of the provi- sions of a law to increase veterans benefits signed by the President on October 17. A 10 percent increase in educational allowances was made possible by the "Veterans Rehabilitation and Education Amendments of 1980." Education checks due November 1, for an esti- mated 600,000 veteran- students and dependents in training will include a five percent boost. The balance of the 10 percent hike will be reflected in checks due February 1. Payment for training taken after January 1, will inc'ude the full !0 percent increase. Single veterans who are full-time students will receive a November check o...

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

| Scenes From Thanksgiving Dinner I i Although the weather was cold and wet a hugh crowd turned out and enjoyed the annual Thanksgiving Dinner 'I Freedom Of Choice Dates THE SACH8E 8ENTINEL D€C€MB€R 1980 * n at the Sachse Christian Church on November 22, 1980 'Ml™! ! d Faye Oliver waves as she is caught at the hugh pans of turkey and dressing The Board established | February 2, 1981 through March 3, 1981 as the district's 30-day enrollment period for Freedom of Choice for the 1981-82 school year. The following is the calendar of dates concerning this year's Free- dom of Choice: (1) Tues- day, January 13—Admin- istrative Staff Meeting, (2) January 13-January 29— Building Staff Meetings, (3) Friday, January 30--Free- dom of Choice Forms sent home, (4) Monday, Febru- ary 2—Thirty-Day Free- dom of Choice Period begins, (5) Tuesday, March 3—Thirty-Day Freedom of Choice Period ends, (6) Thursday, March 5 — Re- port No. 1 due, (7) Friday, March 6—Exchange Day- Report No. 2 due, (8) Wednesd...

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

THE QACHQE SENTINEL D€C€M0€R 1980 * ' c North Lake Nursery News Again this year North Lake Nursery will have as pretty Christmas trees as anyone in North Texas. . . and usually at a lower price. Select your tree from the large inventory of Scotch Pine, Plantation Fir, Noble Fir, and White Spruce. . . evergreen trees. If you prefer a colored tree it will be flocked to your specifications: green, blue, white, black, pink, silver, red, or any combina- tion you choose. Green flocking with an overlay of white to simulate fallen snow is truly beautiful. Trees can be flocked while you wait - or 'phone your order and it will be ready when you arrive. Phone 462-1919 for prices and descriptions. Here is more information about living Christmas gifts to remind friends, family, and those you love of your affection for them all year. NORFOLK PINE is among the 10 most popular house plants. It requires 8 to 10 hours of bright sunlight in a south or west window each day during the winter. House temp...

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