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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

- y. v- tHEfrflbw SACNSE, TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 8 First National In Garland Elect Two New Officers GARLAND - Vincent E. Thompson, President and Chief Executive Officer of First National Bank in Gar- land, and H. A. (Bud) Walker, Chairman of the Board, jointly announce the election of two new offi- cers. William L. Arnold has been elected Vice President, and M. Kathleen Brown has been named Personnel Offi- cer. William L. Arnold brings to First National over twenty-one years of banking experience. As Vice Presi- dent, Arnold will direct the Dealer Operations in the Personal Banking Division. He attended Kilgore Junior College, as well as Texas Christian University. Pre- viously, Arnold was a Vice President with the Republic National Bank in Dallas. A native Texan, Arnold re- sides in Mesquite. In her new position as Personnel Officer, M. Kathleen Brown brings a wide range of experience to First National. Her back- ground includes over ten years of experience in per- sonnel, ...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

RAGE • THE 8ACN8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXA8 FEBRUARY 1881 Mrs. Bryant, Librarian For 13 Yaars Racalvas Plaque From City Bullock Gives Forecast For Next Two Years AUSTIN - State Comp- troller Bob Bullock handed Texas lawmakers details of his forecast of money avail- able to finance state govern- ment for the next two years. He said the state will re- ceive $27.9 billion in re- venue from all sources during the biennium starting September l, 1981. Bullock told members of the Legislature "good economic news more than offsets the bad news in economic projections for 1982-83, but warned that the impact of a new nation- al administration cannot be assessed at this time." —/: 1 CITY OF SACHSE TEXAS reclamation "JANUARY 1931 - LIBRARY AWARENESS MONTH" WHEREAS: after 13 years of faithful service as librarian to the citizens of Sachse, Thelma Bryant retired December 31, 19#0; and WHEREAS: the Mayor and the City Councilmen wish to show their appreciation to Mrs. Bryant for her dependability and in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

, 4'. FEBRUARY 1981 8ACH8E,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL FAQE 7 Bison Company Plant New Sub-Division For Sachse The Bison Company has made plans to develop a tract of land consisting of 41 acres on Ben Davis Road across from the Sachse Christian Church. Sachse Planning and Zoning and councilmembers met on January 19, 1981 with officials and engineers ^Bthe Bison Company for a preliminary work session. The purpose of this work session was to discuss the development of this new sub-division in Sachse. Bison Company's plans at this time are to develop the 41 acres of land which would consist of 1/3 du- plexes and 2/3 single family residences. Council and Planning and Zoning met in this work session with Bison's officials in order for them to learn about the project and to find out if Bison Co. could make further plans in regards to what the city may or may not approve. Bison Company's prelim- inary plans were for 115 houses and 68 duplexes to be located on this 41 acres. Officials stated t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

t&C-J 1*£mm SnPi t PAGES THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS FEBRUARY 10S1 Sorority Nowt TWO NEW MEMBERS INSTALLED Members of Phi Sigma Alpha Texas Zeta Omicron Chapter 70976 met in the home of Ellen Anderson with President Laurie Schwenk presiding. Two new members, Doris Pearson and Joy Sawyer, were installed and wel- comed by members. After our business meet- ing, members worked on cancer dressings following the instructions of Ellen Anderson, who is very active in this program. Delicious refreshments were served to those pre- sent: Ellen Anderson, Char- lene Baughman, Betty Gour, Odie Hall, Dorothy Marsh, Jane McCroan, Lee Miller, Jean Schell, Laurie Schwenk, Alice Shipley, Thelma Stanton, Joy Saw- yer and Doris Pierson. Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club Lo-Cal Cooking Explalnod To Mambars The January meeting of the SSHC showed members and guests that lo-cal cook- ing does not have to be bland. Mary Ann Barnett and Sharon Schillerstrom presented the program "Diet Foods and Cooking wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

ZSJKSZV ■■ ■ jqgffcf • ^ & '•■ *4h«e,tbkA the 8ach8e sentinel page ( LADIES AUXILIARY PLANS YEAR The Sachse Ladies Auxi- liary met for the first time during the new year on Tuesday, January 20. Twenty ladies were present. Councelor Edith Bailey opened with a prayer for the released Iranian hos- tages and our new govern- ment leaders. President Thelma Stanton then in- vited Fire Chief Joe Stone to speak to the ladies on the needs of the fire depart- ment. Chief Stone began by ex- plaining his thanks and that of the other firemen for the help the ladies had given last year in the building and furnishing of the kitchen at the fire station. He ex- plained three major needs of the department for the up- coming year: (1) a new pumper truck, (2) electric door openers for the new fire station, and (3) the painting of the old section of the fire station. He mentioned several fund- raising projects the firemen PROGRAM \ (i CALENDAR Sachs* ^ Ladle* Auxiliary plan to hold throughout the yea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

, ti' * M i 5 ' *—• ' * "" ' •* "* *'** PAGE 10 TNE SACHSE SENTINEL 8ACN8E, TEXAS FEBRUARY 18*1 State Record Largemouth Highlights 1980 Catches A DAY IN COURT AUSTIN - When Jim Kimbell of Pittsburg landed a 14-pound, lV4-ounce large- mouth bass at Lake Monti- cello last February he broke a 37-year-old state record and claimed what must be considered the most signifi- cant catch of 1980 in Texas. The huge fish also was a welcome sight to Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment fisheries biologists who had predicted that introduction of the Florida strain of largemouths even- tually would produce a new state record. Kimbell's fish was ex- amined and found to be one of the Florida largemouths stocked in the East Texas power plant lake. Another bass species made the news in 1980, when Grant C. Hartman of Austin caught a five-pound, 12-ounce smallmouth below Tom Miller Dam in Austin's Town Lake March 16. The striped bass record also fell when a 33-pound, 3V4 ounce striper was caught by Lou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

I-4 - * '' . V. FEBRUARY1981 8ACH8E,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 11 Police Report As a part of the prepara- tions for moving the Tax Office to the Old Adminis- tration Building on the G.H.S. campus, trustees approved the expending of monies for concrete work. Hogan's Instant Lawns TREES FOR SALE We Guarantee What We Plant 1ST r 3" \}0^t 4" 5" Live Oak V Wichita Pecan Trees 40" wired ball The average tree will be 12' to 14* in height after pruning * The caliber runs between L 1/2 & 4 1/2 inches * These beautiful trees are 11 yr. tops on 14 yr. old root stock * These are producing size, well branched trees OAK FIREWOOD LAWN PREP & HYDRO MULCH Call 495-1356 Member Better Business Bureau * Since 1975 * ,« >>>••< LION news and notes ' JANUARY, 1981 Traffic Citations 40 Traffic Stops 60 ^Suspicious Vehicle 23 Suspicious Persons 27 Radio Calls 35 Minor Accident 1 Jail Arrest 3 Theft of Tire Wheel 1 (Under Investigation) Burglary of Business 1 Criminal Mischief 2 Serve...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

•yjz- • ■ «J > 9M*« - iJMWl'''*' ' ♦IK 8ACH8E,TEXAS Congressman Jim Mattox for the Sachse Sentinel The 5 to 9 Digit ZIP, and How It Grew by Congressman Jim Mattox Fifth District If the good Lord had intended us to remember a nine-digit ZIP code, He would have made us broader between the ears - the width of a typewriter carriage, at least. That's been the tone of my mail so far on the ZIP code expansion proposed by the United States Postal Ser- vice. I want to encourage you all to share your feel- ings with me on this subject. But first, let me spell out the facts on the issue as I know them, for a good many misconceptions exist. The plan to add four more digits to the existing five-digit ZIP code was an- nounced by the Postal Ser- vice in 1978. The five digits currently in use route mail between post offices. By adding four digits, carrier routes now sorted by a clerk who has memorized them can be sorted electronically using the kind of optical scanning equipment and bar codes co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

«xfrg.Z p H FEI SACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 19 Sachse Library NEW DAYS & HOURS TUESDAY.... 3-6 THURSDAY.... 3-6 SATURDAY.... 10-4 (El 1,1881) Marlsa Bailey (your new librarian) ✓ ✓ y y y y y North Side Sharpening Service • Sales & Service • Reggie Riddle Repair Chain Saws all kinds — WE SHARPEN SAW BLADES HAND SAWS STEEL & CARBIDE ELECT. TOOL REPAIR] SCISSORS BUILDER TOOLS ALL WORK GUARANTEED Need homes on acreage "We Deal In Country Property Odie Hall Realtors •I AltO* ACENT 276-0021 272-8214 HIGHWAY 78--SACHSE k v.* * ■'/ /f .. . V/"-' ^ 15 Jewelry, Cosmetics, and Gifts For The Home 1110 LA VON DR. GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 Nancee's Beauty Salon MEN & WOMEN STYLING Call For Appointment -495 1213- HIGHWAY 78- - SACHSE T The fastest-moving glacier in the world is the Quarayaq in Greenland which flows 65-80 feet per day. ( OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGMENT ) "The Big Thicket PAWN OUTLET 530-1114 6604 Hwy. 78 Sach«a, Tax. T.V.'s Stereos Tools Jewelry Guns Monday-8aturda* T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

iw^Kmysifi i *r *«*".- wmm PAGE 14 THE SACHSE SENTINEL 8ACHS4.TEXAS FEBRUARY 1981 Public Textbook Hearing On February 2nd Textbooks that are being considered for adoption by the Garland Independent School District will be on display at the system's In- structional Resource Center (IRC), 221 South Ninth be- ginning Thursday, January 15. GISD patrons are en- couraged to go by the IRC and examine the textbooks. Court Docket Report Information listed below came from the Sachse Court Docket Book. This report includes names of officers writing the citation and when two officers were patrolling to- gether both officers signed the citation. This report is for the period from January through December 31, 1980. (The Sachse Police Department began with the hiring of Chief Gerald Morris on January 15, 1980.) (COURT DOCKET INFORMATION) Officer Tickets Given Sarlay 7 6 McKnight 33 Hammond 17 Chief Morris 14 Stienke Barrow 3 Grisham 2 Clack 1 Long 1 Hume 3 Stienke/Sarlay 16 Stienke/Click 20 Sarlay...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

> " FEBRUARY 1981 SACH8E,TEXAS THE SACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 16 ► - CLASSIFIED MUNICIPAL ELECTION APRIL 4,1981 House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 This k That Shop. 104 E. Oak, Wylie. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Reasonable prices. Free pick-up Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experience with babies and small children, Shellie Lane 495-1782 GOURMET STYLE meals ready to serve in 10 to 15 minutes by adding hot or cold water. MOUNTAIN HOUSE FREEZE DRIED FOODS0 Ask about our food storage program. 494-2391 For Sale: Metal wardrobe, humidifier, Lady Sunbeam hairdryer, electric kitchen stove, gas steam radiator. Call 495-3063 Benton CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that I t-M-H 11 I > I TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS ph 530-1100 l*t lU'l'lt H lllll ELECTION PROCEDURES Saturday, April 4, 1981 Sachse will hold their city election. This year the office of mayor and two council seats will be open for election. The f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1981

tf* «r * ■> ' , ; * V 2fifct;, *.* wx •• *•• • •niNMMNPa .«• x. .i./". ®f%* '• " ^ MCE It THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL 8ACH8E,TEXAS FEBRUARY 1881 Look for the SEAR STAR NOW PAYS 51/4% INTEREST Keep all your money, savings and checking, in one simple, convenient SIAR$WOW Account. All of it earns interest at the maximum amount allow- able by law (51/4% compounded daily and paid monthly). If you write a lot of checks and keep considerable balances in your checking account, this plan is for you. Simply keep a minimum daiiy balance of $1,000 in your account. If your balance drops below that amount in any given month, you pay a flat $10 maintenance fee that month. (Interest is paid even when your balance goes below $1,000) P. S. Eligible businesses and non-profit organ- izations can earn 51/4% interest on their accounts and write up to 40 checks a month free with a minimum balance of $2,500 in a SIAR'NOW Account. Ask New Accounts for details. First National Bank Garland REPUBUC OF TEXAS Member ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

I "Communicating With The Community" VOL. 6 #2 SACHSE,TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY MARCH1961 Fire Department To Sponsor Pancake Breakfast municipal election i £ * ^ \ Ervin Cornehl , Captain of the Sachse Fire Department gets in some practice for the March 28th. pancake breakfast. The Sachse Volunteer Fire Department will be ?*: sponsoring a Pancake w1 Breakfast on Saturday, March 28, from 6;00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The proceeds from the breakfast, which will be held at the Fire Station on Highway 78, will go toward the purchase of a new fire engine to help serve the com- munity. Recently Sachse has experienced rapid growth and, as a result, there is a need for ex- panding the fire protection equipment. The Fire Department has served the commun- ity in the past and continues to serve in a variety of ways, from actual tire fighting and medical emergencies to public service. This past year Sachse Fire Department answered 129 calls, and due to it's growth the potential need for service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

SACMSE,TEXAS MARCH 1981 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL Nivi A A4i*rtl«l>| •10-1100 • •00 Hlffcwty 71 tACHSE,TEXAS 7S09i Distributed "ret to *L homes a sacnse tat frst *ee*. of each - onth Pub bsfifr i r.citor J zt J i Pat Stent An> erroneous reflections upon the stand '.f. .hara.ter or rep_ tation of ar> persur finr or corp-oraticr. which nay appear tne c:>.umns of The Sar.se >c.:;r r _ be -orrecled xf City Council Notes rto '.he attention of the editor >:gr.e; at...es herein express the vie* s f :r,e authors *>h,.h are rot ne.essar_> r :-st ' tne editors DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT 1SSIE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL -20th. Of Each Month- ★★★★★★★★ WOOD & WOOD CPA'S INCOME TAX RETURN PREPARATION (OVER 82 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON OUR STAFF, 12 VRS. IRS) BOOKKEEPING, DATA PROCESSING, PAYROLL. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 205 1st Nat'l Bk Tower 272-8567 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING ALSO AIR CONDITIONING J & O GARAGE . w PASES ASD 0_vs PRESS (In bwsintsi over 20 y*art) 276-5918 276-9362 235 Lavo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

iijirr i'l^ifi-y ■ MARCH 1981 8ACH8E,TEXA8 THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL PAGE 3 Iv.UlL FOOD STORE Open 7am to 10pm Daily 6714 Hwy. 78 Saclue, Texas Ph. 530*8441 FROM THE MARKET ■ "We Offer U.S.D.A. Choice Heavy Beef" Processing: Side*1.39lb. Hind$1.69lb. Ebners Slab Bacon reg. J.69 lb. *1.49 lb. Boiled Ham reg. 3.79 lb. *3.59 lb. Sirloin Steak Reg. 3.09 lb. $2.89 lb Rump Roast $1.79 lb. Boneless Chuck Roast $1.99 lb Reg. 1.99 lb. * Ground Chuck * * { Keg. 1.89 *1.69 lb. J SATURDAY - FEB. 28 - ONLY * * * £ Please Call In Advance For Orders Of 10 lbs. or More! * STAMPS Welcome Here! Coca Cola 2 liter - $1.19 ea. DEUCRTE5SEn Reg.1.45 ea. 12 oz. Cans $1.29 ea. Reg. 2.39 ea. rJF HOMEMADE CHILI $1.59 lb. Reg. 1.65 lb. B-B-QUE SANDWICH Reg. $1.4g $ 1.2 5 SALE EFFECTIVE FEB. 27th. thru MARCH lit. Phone Ahead For Faster Service 530-8441 * mi- -A - i

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

9ACHSC (TEXAS MARCH ltd Mixed Drinks Rebates For Area Cities State Comptroller Bob Bullock has said the sale of nixed drinks iiT Texas luring 1980 totaled nearly (1 billion. Bullock released a report ihowing that the sale of nixed drinks during the fi- lal quarter of the year rea- ched S25.4 million. He said his office send- ing Texas counties and :ities more than 7.3 million in rebates from the mixed irink tax during the fourth quarter of 1980. Texas cities and counties received a 15 percent rebate }f the 10 percent gross re- ceipts tax charged on mixed irings sold within their boundaries. - He said 213 counties 367 cities would receive re- bate checks. The state will pocket more than $ 18 million from mixed drink taxes from the October, November and December period. During 1980 the state's share of mixed drink taxes totaled $67.7 million. City- county rebates totaled $27.7 million. The tax, which was au- thorized under the law that legalized the sale of mixed drinks in Texas, is c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

HMWtton MARCH 1 §1 SACHSE,TEXAS * A USStSPf-!1' • VA Questions Answered t EDITOR'S NOTE: Fol- lowing are representative questions arl?wered daily by VA counselors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q - -1 am 72 years of age and did not receive an An- nual Income Questionnaire with my pension check on Nov. 1, 1980, although I have always recieved them in past years. Should I have received the Annual Income Questinnaire card this year or do I not need to report any longer? A - - Claimants, aged 72 or older, who have veen receiving VA pension bene- fits for the last two years (under law in effect prior to Dec. 31,1978), are not being sent an annual income questionnaire. Q - - An error was made on my separation paper when I was discharged from military service. How may 1 have it corrected? A - - The Secretary of a military department has authority to correct any military records. Appli- cations for correction (DD Form 149) are available at any VA office. Q - - I am enrolle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

PAGE • THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS MARCH 1981 GARDEN VARIETY ITCHES With food prices in super- markets at record high, millions of Americans will attempt this year to hold down their food costs by hoeing down their own vegetable gardens. That's the word from the U.S. Department of Agricul- ture which reports that 35 million citizens will take to the soil in 1979, an increase of 4 percent over last year. Gardens will again sprout the standard varieties of gus, and more can cause a flowers, too, since the rash with accompanying in- "pleasure of growing some- tense itching." thing, is as important as fact, says another the production of food, says medical specialist, almost Evelyn Kaitz, of the U.S. any plant in the garden can Department of Agriculture, cause a rash on some Medical specialists warn, individual however, that while the And nower gar(ieners too spmt and appetite of home fjnd some jrritant^ gardeners may be gratified among their blossoms, by their sweat and honest toi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

■*H**HE«geeaB^B*IBEs^E35S THE SACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 7 MARCH 1081 8ACH8E,TEXAS Arkansas Bear Raids Tsxas Where The Action Is t AUSTIN - - A Dainger- field motorist recently was shocked to see a 300-pound black bear ambling through the entrance to Daingerfield State Park. The sighting resulted in the large female being "treed" by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Game Warden Billy Dodd and oth- er local law enforcement of- ficers a short time later. The animal turned out to be a nuisance bear which had been trapped by Ark- ansas game officals and re- CONSU located to the Sulphur River Wildlife Management Area, about 100 miles from Dain- gerfield. The bear obviously didn't like her new home and departed for Texas. Tranquilizer darts were used to recapture the bear, which was returned to Ark- ansas. Unfortunately, the troubled beast was road-kil- led shortly after released at the Caney Creek Wildlife Management Area in Arkan- sas. ftftffftfSR 1 o NER X&* m Why Are Products Looking ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

PAGE 8 THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL SACH8E, TEXAS MARCH 1981" I Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club SSHC Reports Bake Sale Successful The February II, meeting of the SSHC was presented by Janet Hughes on pest control. She reminded members and guests of several things which they need to do to keep their homes pest free. She explained that one of the most importnat things one can do is to store food properly. At this meeting members also made tags to be used for the bake sale. On February 20, the club held their first fund raising project, a bake sale which was held at the First National Bank in Garland. The club greatly appreciated the bank providing space in their lobby for the sale. The sale was even more successful than the members had hoped it would be. The success of an endeavor such as this is determined by those who participate in it, and the club's president, Shirley Scarborough would like to thank all members of the SSHC and those in the community who helped by contributing baked goods and ...

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