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

march i ei sachse.tex afi the 8achse sentinel paget Auxiliary Hears Operation Crime Fight peaker President Joe F. Holt Notes Progress At Garland Federal •p February 17th the Ladies Auxiliary met with 19 members and one guest pre- sent. After an opening prayer by Edith Bailey and roll call, Janet Hughs intro- duced the speaker, Jane Gresham, with "Operation Crime Fight." Ms. Gresham explained that there are two things both the burglar and the rapist look for (1) vulnera- bility, and (2) opportunity. She then proceeded to ex- plain these and point out to the group how they could guard against such attacks. She also pointed out the steps one should take if she finds herself a victim of ei- ther the burglar or rapist, the members found Ms. Gresham's program both in- teresting and informative. It made each lady more a- ware of crime through the statistics presented and through the actual incidents related during the program. After refreshments were served and the ladies thank- ed Ms. Gre...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1981

SACHSE,TEXAS MARCH 1 ••1 Congressman Jim Mattox for the Sachse Sentinel TEXAS DELEGATION PACKS A WALLOP by Congressman Jim Mattox Fifth District We Texans like to brag. Since I was just elected chairman of the Texas con- gressional delegation, I feel I've won the right to brag about my colleagues. It's always a marvel to me that, deverse as the 24- member delegation is, we manage to work together with enthusiasm when it's for the common good. We have been called the most powerful state delega- tion. There's no doubt our influence is larger than the mere sum of our numbers. One reason is that we al- most always support each other for position of in- cluence in Congress. Thro- ugh this Kind of coopera- tive effort our delegation re- cently won two additional plums in the House. We share pride in this achieve- ment with the Mexican- American community in Texas, which has contribut- ed so much to the state's electoral process, and with the several influential Mex- ican-American organiza...

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

MARCH 1981 SACH8E,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 11 I ENERGY PLUS m STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS * Reduce Utilities 30% to 40% • Excellent Burglar Deterrent . Eleminates 50% to 60% Outside Noise Don FREE ESTIMATES Roberts — owner 495-3609 PROTECTING YOUR HEART Veal Dish Adds Interest To Low-Saturated Fat Diet More and more doctors are recommending that everyone, regardless of age, eat more cholesterol lower- ing foods. For most Americans, this means a change in eating habits. But it doesn't mean that low- saturated fat foods can't be just as flavorful as those high in saturated fats. One of the best ways to reduce high blood choles- terol levels is to reduce dietary intake of saturated fats and cholesterol and to replace much of it with polyunsaturated fats. This means eating less of such foods as dairy products and fatty meats and more of those containing poly- unsaturates such as vege- table oils., fish and poultry. An important source of polyunsaturates in the daily diet is a special ...

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

PAGE IS TNK SACN8E SENTINEL 8ACH8E.TEXAS MARCH 1M1 HOGAN'S INSTANT LAWNS 495-1356 Trees for Sal« Live Oak: 1 in. S45.ML. 2 In. >85.00— 3 - 4 - A S In. AVAILABLE WE GUARANTEE WHAT WE PLANT Lawn Prep & Hydro Mulch TILLING- 24 q. ft. HYORO MULCH 6* tq. ft. Tilling A Hydro Mulch 7^ tq. ft. FULL PREP «q. ft. Fall Prep A Hydro Mulch 11t sq.ft. If W« Till A Hydro Mulch Yards WILL PLANT TREE8 FREE Prlcaa Subjaet To Changa Without Notlca Accidant Injures One bit': FOR THE HOME OWNER (•HYDRO MULCH (Msrch 16 • Sapt. 18) SOIL PREPARATION .Yarda Tilled .Leader WorMdlrt agreed) .Heed Rake To Estsbllsh Flnsl Qrsde GARDENS PLOWED LARJM TREES (plsnted A guersnteed) % IUSVNESS SINCE 1979 Jlesldents Ramlndad Of Lease Law 4 * ♦ < • .*** ... .V?; 39?9S3Bw Sachse firemen assisted with traffic control and washing down after a tUo vehicle accident at Murphy Ftd, and Blackburn Rd. on Sunday Feb. 22. One female was taken to Garland Community Hospital with back injuries.Garland Police Department wor...

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

MARCH 1001 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PACE 13 t A DAY IN COURT Judge Spies presided over Sachse Municipal Court Feb. 24,1981. A trial was set for an offender who pleaded not guil- ty to traveling 100 MPH in a 50 MPH zone on Highway 78. Bond was posted for a March 24,1981 trial. A fine of $23.50 was paid for traveling 45 MPH in a ^5 MPH zone; a plea was also entered of not guilty to ®riving without a drivers license, he stated he would ap- peal to the County Courts. A guilty plea was entered by another offender for driving while drivers license were suspended, plis trav- eling 62 MPH in 45 MPH zone, $187.50 fine was paid. Another paid $23.50 for failure to stop at a stop sign, but pleaded not guilty to speeding and a failure to appear notice. $100.00 bond was posted for trial date of March 24. Nine citation holders failed to appear in court . Failure to appear notices will be signed and sent to those who did not appear. Those who receive failure to appear notices are subject to...

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

PAGE 14 THE SACHSE 8ENTINEL 3ACHSE,TEXAS MARCH 1981 Notias Receives Promotion GAIL-NOTIAS One man gets nothing but discords from the keys of a piano; another gets harmony. No one claims the piano is at fault. Life is that same way. The discord is there; so is the harmony. Play it cor- rectly and it gives forth the beauty; play it falsely and it will utter ugliness. But life is not at fault. The trouble lies in the player. -FINEST BEEF FOR THE FINEST PEOPLE- AL'S MEAT & LOCKERS U.S. CHOICE AGED HEAVY BEEF FEED LOT BEEF BY THE STEAK or FREEZER FULL 6 MONTH FINANCING Fresh Meat Counter Now Open 626 STATE ST. GARLAND, TEX. Phone Home 442-1457 Business-276-5514 LOCKER RENTAL WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS DEER PROCESSING GARLAND - - Vincent E. Thompson, President and Cheif Executive Officer, and H.A. (Bud) Walker, Chair- man of the Board, jointly announce the promotion of GAIL PENRY - NOTIAS to Assistant Vice President and Marketing Officer. PENRY - NOTIAS came to First National in January of...

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

• - MARCH 1 •• 1 THE 8ACH8E SEHTIHEL PAGE 16 GS-550ET •Gutsy 4 cylinder 4-stioke DOHC engine • Smooth shifting 6-spee<i transmission • Front and rear disc brak« • Electric starting • Digita; gear position indicator •Transistorized ;gn:tiOn •Mag styled aluminum ahoy wheels •Custom seat •5-way ad;ustabie rear shocks •Special electrical a OCMMiy terminal •1980 "GS mode, twelve month unlimited mileage warranty 'See Limited Wintch brochure fc* details SUZUKI $ I960 The Performer. GARLAND SUZUKI 300 LAVCN • HWY. 78 GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 (214) 494-3374 Police Report Sachaa Boy Preforms With Taxaa All-State Symphonic Band William John Connelly, a Junior at North jarland High School in Garland performed as a aeaber of the 1981 Texas All-State Symphonic Band on February 14.th in San Antonio, J The band was conducted by the distinguished Director of Bands at the University of Minnesota, Dr. Frank Bencriscutto. Billy is active in St. Pauls Methodist Church, Member of American Jr. Bowling Cong...

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

PAGE It THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACH8E, TEXAS MARCH 1081 CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 This & That Shop, 104 E« Oak, Wylie. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY - Reasonable prices CARLSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Free pick-up, 442-1923 y/&4' Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experience with babies and small children, Shellie Lane 495-1782 Watkins Products, Call Connie 475-1082 Also sell Mason Shoes for men & women Visa * Master Charge HIGHWAY 78 -SACHSE 276 3828 I YOUR •••••••••••• *M( FACTS & FANCIES High school and college students buy some two mil- lion karat gold school rings annually. CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word alter that FEDDERS DEALER TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS Phone 530-1100' « Many students see their karat gold school ring as more than just a fine piece of jewelry, they see it as a symbol of their passage into adul...

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

THE SflCHSE SEniinEl t A . "Communicating With The Community' VOL. 6 #4 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY APRIL 1081 City Secretary Resigns Mrs. Ann Holman re- signed as City Secreta- ry for Sachse and her resignation became ef- fective March 11, 1981. Mrs. Holman was em- ployed as city secretary and collector of Taxes on November 29, 1976. A native of Dallas Ann had attended Robertson School of Business. Prior to coming to Sachse Ann was manag- er of the Mountain Springs Water Supply at Pilot Point, Texas. A surprise punch and cake party was given to Ann by friends after the March council meeting. Ann said it was a real surprise too, and she had no idea until she saw her mother and daughter ar- rive at the end of the meeting. Mayor Roan present- ed Mrs. Holman with a plaque honoring her for the great job she had done for the city. When Mrs. Holman first came to Sachse, the rural atmosphere and closeness of the people was to her lik- ing and in parting Ann said, "this is not ...

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

PAGE 2 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Newa 8 Advertising 530-1100 • •00 Hlflhway 78 8ACH8E,TEXAS 78098 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Pat Stone Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear in the columns ol The Sachse Sentinel will gladly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed articles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL -20th. Of Each Month- NOTICE GARBAGE A TRASH PICK-UP STARTS AT 7:00 a.m. MON. 8 THURS. HOGAN'S INSTANT LAWNS 495-1356 Trees for Sale Live Oak: 1 m $45,00 2 In. $85.00 3 - 4 - 8 8 In. AVAILABLE WE GUARANTEE WHAT WE PLANT Lawn Prep & Hydro Mulch TILLING- 24 sq. ft. HYDRO MULCH 8< aq. ft. Tilling 8 Hydro Mulch 7* eq. ft. FULL PREP 8* aCj. ft. Full Prap 8 Hydro Mulch 11$ sq.ft....

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

■HIIMfttfp* iMImi NBttb APRIL 1901 8ACH8E.TEXA8 THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL PAGE 3 * A vn .1 /// FOOD STORE 530-8441 6714 HWY. 78 SACHSE, TEXAS 'We Offer U.S.D.A. Choice Heavy Beef From The Market Processing: Side $1.39 lb Hind $1.69 lb Round Steak $2.19 lb Reg 2.32 lb Cube Steak $2.79 lb Rag 2.99 lb End Cut Pork Chops $1.89 lb Boiled Ham $3.59 lb Reg 3.79 lb Beef Ribs .99 lb ; Ground Chuck Reg. 1.89 5 7.69 /b. SATURDAY ONLY Please Call In Advance For Orders Of 10 lbs. or More. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★"A"**' □ELICOTESSen Phone Ahead For Faster Service 530-8441 i STEAK SANDWICH $1.49 ea Reg 1.69 ea B-B-QUE SANDWICH Reg. $1.49 $1.29 ea 6/pk 7-UP 16 oz Non Return $1.79 ea Come By and Check Our Clearance Items ! STAMPS Welcome Here! SALE EFFECTIVE APRIL 3rd thru APRIL 5th v i "*• — I .• W..; 1 ' 1A

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

SACHSE,TEXAS APRIL 1«81 Crabbing Adds Spies To Coastal Fishing AUSTIN - If you're planning a trip to the Texas Gulf Coast this spring or summer, try crabbing to add some fun and good eating. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department biologist Paul Hammerschmidt said the blue crab is common in all the state's bays and is easy to catch. "A sport crabber needs only a piece of string six to 10 feet long, a dip net and some fish heads 01 chicken necks for bait," Hammer- schmidt said. Simply tie the bait to the string, toss it into the water from the bank or a pier and wait for a crab to grab it. Hammerschmidt said when a tug is felt on the line, the crab can be pulled slowly in and dipped up in the net. Blue crabs can be boiled before or after cleaning, he said. They should be kept in a wash tub or ice chest covered with a wet burlap bag or towel until time to boil them. If you choose to clean the crabs raw, first remove the claws, pull off the shell and clean out the internal organs. Then rem...

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

APRIL 1*81 8ACH8E,TEXAS THE 8ACN8E SENTINEL PAGE 8 Candidates Issue Statements STATEMENTS FROM CANDIDATES LISTED BELOW ARE FROM CANDIDATES THAT ARE RUNNING FOR THE OFFICE OF MAYOR AND TWO PLACES ON THE CITY COUNCIL. THE STATEMENTS ARE IN THE ORDER THAT THE CANDIDATES APPEAR ON THE BALLOT MAYOR JIM ANDERSON Jim Anderson is seeking your support for the office of Mayor in the April 4th election. Jim and his wife, Cynthia and their children; Tammy, Tina and Kenny moved from Garland to Sachse in 1977. Jim said they moved with the attitude of finding and environment that would offer a higher quality of living not often found in larger cities. Jim feels that changes are needed in the city govern- ment that will make it, as a whole, more responsive to the city needs and welfare. Mr. Anderson said that there is a need to establish a growth pattern that will utilize the underdeveloped areas to their maximum potential. In 3 years as City Councilman, Jim has sup- ported the expansion pro- grams...

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

POLICE RESERVES ISSUE 75 CITATIONS Sachse Police Depart- ment issued seventy-five ci- tations the first three months of 1981. These seventy-five cita- toins cost the offenders a total of $2,510.50, if all were found guilty and /or paid the fines set out in the ordinace of fine rates. Below is a list of the of- ficers issuing citations. When two officers were pa- trolling together both sign- ed. Stienki 27 Sarlay 11 Hutchinson 8 McKnight 2 Hume 2 Sarlay/Wallace 9 Sarlay/Hutchinson 8 Hutchinson/Stienki 4 Hutchinson/Aly 3 Long/Aly 1 otal 75 TVS on electric air conditioning V? You can speed up the time it takes to bake potatoes if you boil them in salted water for about ten minutes, cut off their ends, insert a nail and put them into a very hot oven. i. 1 < <. < i <. < i ■, < i '. < i < i < i < > < i < > ' i :: < <. 1 > «. <. «i «i < > Central Systems 1. Set thermostat on 78°, or higher. 2. Have equipment checked seasonally by ...

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

APRIL 8ACJ3E,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 7 VOTE APRIL 4 FOR JIM ANDERSON MAYOR City of Sachse : ,V ■■ %: m ' H A VOTE FOR JIM WILL BE A VOTE FOR THE • CITY WITH A FUTURE * . ad pd. by committee to Elect J. Anderson; Dave Douthey. Treas. 6802 Coral, Sachse, Tx Served on council for past three years - — • v. , . • . .

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

tACMU.TEXAt tMii mr Bubba Burson Wins B««f Sorority Hoars Book Rovlow Sachsc Phi Sigma Alpha Texas Zeta Omicron Chap- ter 70976 Met for their regular meeting in the love- ly home of Sybal Woolston with Presiding Laurie Sch- wenk presiding. We were most happy to have with us three visitors from the Dallas Chapter: Lucille Mackhardt, Retha Walton and Gladys Boat- wright. Members present were: Ellen Anderson, Charlene Baughman, Betty Gour, Dorothy Marsh, Jane McCroan, Naomi Reed, Alice Shipley, Thelma Stan- ton. Laurie and Naomi atten- ded the Mesquite Chapter's Uth Birthday Party. After the business meet- ing, Program Chairman Ellen Anderson, presented our guest speaker Vivian Yarborough who gave a beautiful book review of "For Love of A Rose" by Antonio Ridge. This is a lovely story of creation and presentation of the "Pease" Rose. Delicious refreshments were served by hostess Sy- bal Woolston and co- hos- tess Naomi Reed. DEBRIA OLIVER , DREW THE WINNING TICKET FOR LION'S CLUB PRESI...

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

APRIL 5 f- ■- 1 08 t SACHSP.teXA# THE SACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 0 4 Cities Sales Tax •> State Comptroller Bob Bullock said rebates of the optional lone-percent qity sales tax Ihis moi^h total $37.9 rniljpn. ' The March payments will raise 1981 payments to date to more* than $162.5 million, up $23.8 million iver the $rst quarter totals ast year. I Sachsefj will receive a check for $749.73, bringing that city's 1981 payments to date to $3,231.16, a 44% increase ewer the first three months ofjl 980. Rowlett will receive $9, 078.27 for March. Rowley's payments .for 1981 total $38,818.0*}, compared to $22,238.47 during the same period in, 1980, or a 74% in* 1980, or a £ increase, t. r Murphy's rebate March is1,229.84 bring- ing that city's payments this year to $2,781.18, a 6% decrease over the 1980 quarter payments. Bullock said most cities received smaller payments this month compared to March of last year because of a change in the agency's accounting period and pro- cessing timetable b...

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

PAGE 10 THE SACHSE SENTINEL 8ACH8E.TEXA8 APRIL 1081 Sachse Students Shine Sunny Sschse Homemskers Club ***' $ Bit' ? H * s - - *« * * " " 9 *s * « w te.L'M giStl **# !) « • ' aisiG LEFT TO RIGHT: BACK ROW; PAUL FRAZER, SHELLIE LANE, AMY BOHANON, BOB MURTO. FRONT ROW: CENTER; CARLOS MATTISON Five students from Sachse earned awards for the high quality of their entries in the 1981 Good Shepherd Catholic School Acade- mics Fair. Two years ago Good Shepherd expanded its traditional annual science fair to a broad academics fair with a wide range of categories. Students from second through eighth grade are requir- ed to submit an entry. Students in kindergar- ten and first grade are encouraged to participate. Bob Murto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Murto, III, 5112 Green- sboro Dr., an eighth grade student, was awarded the Fair's Grand Prize and the first place in Art for the seventh and eighth grades for a painting of a seascape. Shellie Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lane, 2105 Pond...

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

APRIL 1«®1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE 8ENTINEL PAGE 11 Ladies Learn About Spices The Sachse Ladies Aux- iliary met Tuesday, March 17 at the Community Center and traveled to Lone Star (ias Company in Car- land. The short meeting was opened with a prayer by Edith Bailey. Twenty- one members and 1 guest were present. President Thelma Stanton remained the members that the April 21st meeting would be held at 7:00 I'M and would be a sandwich supper and auc- tion will be donated gifts ranging from cratt items to baked goods made by the ladies. The members were then asked to help at the Lire- men's Pancake Breakfast on March 28. Thelma asked that every- one begin saving clothes hangers and paper sacks tor the rummage sale. The meeting was then closed and turned over to Janet Hughs who introduced Debbie Dennon of Lone Star Gas. Debbie presented a pro- gram entitled "A Dash of Spice," which included an introduction to spices, herbs and blends. Several were passed out so that individual aromas co...

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

PAGE 11 THE SACHSI SENTINEL SACHS Et TEXAS APRIL IN PICTURES BUSINESS PLANES THAT MEASURE UP V A QUESTIONS & ANSWERS /Celebrate & Save During Our 11th Anniversary^ JUS i It's not only business in the areas of climb perfor- executives that have to mance, cruising speed and measure up to management's altitude. standard of productivity—so Attracting the attention do the aircraft that help of more and more fast- keep these business people moving cost-conscious com- productive. panies is this aircraft's One class of business businesslike cabin environ- plane which offers a unique ment and fuel economy, combination of the features In addition, many companies nost companies are looking have discovered that as for in an aircraft is the jet- business planes are put to prop. Its performance and work for many people, the passenger comfort far out- advantages of company air- pace the twin-piston aircraft craft are multiplied. Key and it's much more fuel managers are able to efficient th...

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