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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 November 1976

Il I I I I I p I I I 1 (city council) The council met in regular session on Oct* 11, 1976 with all members and the mayor in attendance* There vera approx- imately 16 citizens present in the chamber. There vas considerable dis- cussion on the minutes from the previous meeting. Council- man Andrews commented he would like to see how items were voted by recording the name of the councilmember and the way they cast their vote. He asked that this record be "factual with- out any personality involved." Councilwoman Hooker strenuously objected to the entire presen- tation of the minutes and de- clared, "they are all wrong." Mrs. Hooker voted against ac- ceptance of the minutes. Mr. Andrews voted for acceptance with the condition that the necessary corrections be made. Councilmen Quain, Roan and Shattles voted for acceptance. More discussion followed concerning the payment of the bills. Councilman Tommy Roan questioned several bills, in perticular a bill presented by J. F. Stracener for ove...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 November 1976

CALENDAR OF EVENTS NOVEMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 lO 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2324252627 28 29 30 (clip & save) £ VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Nov. 4th. & 18th. 7:30pm Fire Station LADIES AUXILIARY to the Volunteer Fire Dept. Nov. 16th. 7:30pm Community Center CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS Nov. 8th & 22nd. 7:30pm Community Center SACHSE BOOSTER CLUB Nov. 23rd. 7;30pm Community Center (CBS) CITIZENS FOR A BETTER SACHSE (Executive Board) (open to the public) Nov. 10th. 7:30pm Community Center THANKS PAPER DELIVERY The young people who took time from their sch- ool studies and activities last month, to deliver"THE SACHSE SENTINEL" were: David Wilson, Jeff Cornehl, Ronald and Jeffrey Schwenk Shelly and Laura Andrews, Kristi and Kim Ashley, Raymond Burwick, Veena Hooker, Vicki and Adrianne Hanki ns and Laura Ammer- man. All these young people deserve a big thanks and if you know of anyone who would like to assist with the delivery each month, please let us know. iL Ouccess in every ven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 December 1976

THE SBCHSE SEHTIDEI VOLUMN I NUMBER 12 SACHSE TEXAS DECEMBER 1976 EREE COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE Citizens for a Better Sachse (CBS) in cooperation with the City Council will have a tree and Christmas scene for all of Sachse to enjoy during the Yule season. We would like to invite all the boys and girls of Sachse to come and help decorate this Christmas tree. We will do this on Saturday, December 4, at 2 p.m. at the City Hall. Mother and Dad, bring the children out for an after- noon of fun. If you wish, each person may bring one ornament to be placed on the tree. Naomi Reed, President of CBS and Joe Stone check size and shape of tree to be placed on the lawn of the City Hall during Christmas season McMl| Cbiutmoi SACHSE SENTINEL ONE YEAR OLD MEMORIES OF A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS was a long trip. There we Remember before the turn of the century, the old coal burning stove and your Mother making pre- parations for Christmas? The piece of beef sim- mering on the back of the stove, seasoned wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 December 1976

POETRY COLUMN Holiday Spirit Light a candle in the window, Place a wreath outside the door, Fill your heart with love and giving, Make it Christmas as before. Dear Santa Claus, do you suppose That you could send to me, Two trains this Christmas Eve If I'm as good as I can be? You see, dear Mr. Santa Claus, My daddy likes to play With all my things, but most of all He likes the tracks to lay. Dear Santa Claus, if you can send Two trains, why, don't you see, My dad can play with his own train And leave my train for me! MORE CHANCES To Order Before **CHRISTMAS** ORDER-NOW -& -AVOID LAST-MINUTE-RUSH to fill EVERYONE'S STOCKING Call Your "SACHSE" AVON REPRESENTATIVE vicki king 495-4395 CHRISTMAS BIBLE CLUB Have you heard what's been happening at the Assembly of God Church?! It's the Saturday Christmas Bible Club which started Novem- ber 13 and will end December 11. All Sachse children were invited to participate in singing Christmas songs and play- ing favorite carols in the rhythm b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 December 1976

i • * w- This snowman in the yard of the Fred Whitfills in Sachse is evidence of the early snowfall this year SACHSE ACTION COMMITTEE The Sachse Action Committee met at the home of Bob Olds on November 15 at 7:30. The Records Review Commit- tee gave a report from their October 6 review of City records. Myrna Joy Olds was elected to the position of Secretary- Treasurer. Linda Roland, Chairman of the Campaign Election Committee, will give a report on the potential candidates for the April City election at the next meeting on January 17, 1977. C B S G ue s t SPEAKER Darwin Morris , member of the Garland School Board was guest speaker at the re- gular public meeting of CBS on October 28. V J If Mlk TED'S FLOOR & DECOR WE INSTALL PANELING - ACOUSTIC FLOORS Carpet Vinyl Tile FREE ESTIMATES TED KERBY 495-7249 Highway 7ft SACHSL iirmrnr-'mnjfcifT 1 ,iiinirannmis When you think of flowers Think of ours" WY LIE FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP Martha King...Bob King Day phone - 442-5837 Wylie, Texas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 December 1976

FULL SIZE, 16 HP LAWN & GARDEN TRACTOR 1 (A) C-160 Automatic gives you automatic transmission, hydraulic attach ment lift and many more deluxe features to make your lawn and garden chores easier. (B) C-160 8-Speed supplies big muscle through all-gear unidrive trans- mission. Built-in headlights and tail lights. Comfortable two-piece seat lets you ride easy I IH CHOOSE 10 OR 12 HP, MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (C) C-100 gives you 10 HP cast-iron engine coupled to husky 8-speed manual transmission — a peer range for every lawn and garden ,ob (Dm20 Automatic with 12 HP engine gives you the handling ease of automatic transmission ... the versatility of a full-size garden tractor. You'll like the price tag, too! DANIEL IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. Route 2 (Murphy) Piano, Texas Metro Phone: 423-4135 Location: 3 mi. north of Hwy 78 on Murphy Road WHEEL HORSE lawn & garden tractors DANIEL IMPLEMENT COMPANY, INC. Rt. 2 (Murphy) Piano, Texas (Located 3 mi. north of Hiway 78 on Murphy R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 December 1976

I HIGHWAY 78 AQUARIUM SHOP TROPICAL FISH & SUPPLIES Goldfish . 19 MACRAME PLANT HANGERS & PLANTS WE LEASE AQUARIUMS and PROVIDE SERVICE ■--If We Don't Have It** We Will Get It I! ■ This AD Worth | |HWY.78 & SALMON St. SACHSE | 50£ off on next [Purchase I($3. 00 minimum)| (city council) #3, The Mayor asked the City lawyer to brief Council on the procedure for obtaining information from City Hall. He cited a State law, "anyone desiring information from a puplic off- ice must make a written statement."Mr. Baker continued, anyone requesting to see city books must make a written application, if the City Secretary can furnish the informa- tion, she will, but if not she will set up a reasonable time in order to comply with the request. Lawyer Baker advised the council the notice had been posted for the annexation ordinance(see item #4). Mr. Baker further stated he was in full agreement with the council that a fire froof storage for city records was needed, Mr. Baker continued t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 December 1976

CALENDAR OF EVENTS DECEMBER 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2425 2627 2829 30 31 (clip & save) VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Dec. 2nd. & 16 th. 7:30pm Fire Station LADIES AUXILIARY to the Volunteer Fire Dept. Dec. 21. st. 7:30pm Community Center CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS 3L * Dec. 13th. & 27th. 7:30pm Community Center SACHSE BOOSTER CLUB Dec. 28th. 7;30pm Community Center (CBS) CITIZENS FOR A BETTER SACHSE (Executive Board) (open to the pablic) Dec. 8th 7:30pm Community Center WIREBONDERS ULTRASONIC 2 Years Experience Required. Electronic Wristwatch Assembly. 8:30 AM-5:00 PM, 5 Day Week. 1 SIRIUS CORP. 341-7742 Glowing wishes to light up the holiday: May Christmas he radiant with blessings for all. May brotherly loue be heartfelt everywhere. May family warmth be shared with neighbors. May people unite to pray for peace. I #* i — PAPER DELIVERY — The ent.^c staff of "THE SACHSE SENTINEL" and all of the members of CBS send a very very MERRY CHRISTMAS to all o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1977

I I II II II II I 1 TIE SIEHSE SEIITIIIEI VOL. 2 NO. 1 JANUARY 1977 SACHSE TEXAS Published Monthly FREE NEW CITY SECRETARY Mrs.Ann Holman began work Nov. 29 as the City Secretary of Sachse.She is a native of the Dallas area and currently lives in Garland with her two daughters, Suzie and Paula. Suzie is a student at North Texas State and Paula att- ends Richardson Jr. High. Ann attended Robertson School of Business and has always worked in the sec- retarial and business field. Prior to coming to Sachse she was manager of the Mountain Springs Water Supply at Pilot Point. In her spare time Ann enjoys sewing for her dau- ghters , tending her many house plants and playing the piano, guitar and auto harp. Ann likes the rural atmo- SADIE ODELL SACHSE HARPER Born February 1, 1899 Died December 26, 1976 In Redlands, California Sadie was a daughter of the late Jasper Newton and Birdella Estes Sachse. Her grandfather was the founder of Sachse. Sadie attended the Sachse Elementary and Garland ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1977

(city council) DECEMBER 13, 1976 All council members and the mayor were present at the regular council meeting. The minutes of the Nov. 8 and 22nd meetings were un- animously approved with one correction. There was discussion con- cerning the bill from the former city engineering firm, Hunter & Associates. Councilman Gordon Shatt- les questioned a bill from Jerry Roberts for sewer line construction. Council- woman Mozelle Hooker re- minded the council of their vote to only pay up to $5 a foot and felt his bill mi- ght be in excess of that a. mount, but it was difficult to determine since the bill was not itemized. Mr. Sha- ttles moved payment of all bills, seconed by Mrs.Hoo- ker. Four were in favor and Councilman Dan Scarborough disqualified himself from voting since one of the bills was from him. In a communication,Major Jo Ann Smith said that she would continue working of the dog problem after the first of the year. Councilwoman Hooker moved a city tax exemption for people 65...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1977

ZETA OMICRON SORORITY The Zeta Omicron Sorority met at the home of Sue White Dec. 6, for their Christmas party. Twelve members and five visitors enjoyed a delightful salad supper. Christmas gifts were exchanged and secret pals were revealed. After refreshments were served, one of our visitors Vi Hardy, showed slides on her tour of the " Holy Land". We want to welcome, Marie Adams, as a new member of our Sorority. VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hare, who live in Sachse on Miles Rd. recently returned from a week tour in England. In London, Joyce and Pat visited Westminister Abby, The Tower of London, Buc- kingham Palace and saw "Changing of the guards". They had a full day excur- sion through Cotswold and Shakespeare Country and visited Oxford and Strat- ford-on-Avon. They also went to Windsor, Runny- mede and Hampton Court. They reported that they had a wonderful time. * £ £ V 4 your neighborhood store % % Q a * we redeem food stamps PAUL'S GROCERY ■A M mm The best of good wishes to you a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1977

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1977

I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I THE SHCHSE SEIITIIIEI VOL.2 NO. 2 FEBRUARY 1977 S ACH S E TEXAS Published Monthly FREE PLACE: DATES: TIME: PURPOSE: PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF SACHSE Sachse City Hall Thursday, January 20, 1977 Monday, February 7, 1977 7:30 pm on each date 1. Discussion of activities, eligible and ineligible, for Federal funding as part of the Community Development Block Grant program administered through the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Eligible Activities include: A. Property or rights of way acquisition B. Acquisition, construction, rehabilitation or installation of public works, public facilities and site or other improvements. C. Code Enforcement to arrest decline due to deterioration of an area D. Clearance, demolition, removal and rehabilitation of buildings and improvements E. Removal of architectural barriers which restrict accessibility of elderly and handicapped persons. This is a partial listing, details of specifi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1977

Showing some of their handwork are:. Mrs. Kathleen James, Lovie Wyatt,Eloise Bailey, Ethel Wharton, Marie Youngblood, and Gladys Bailey By g|p| &f**. m Roxie and Monk Williford, Lee Hutson and Kay Ashley enjoy playing dominoes r-' say you care v" X llr.H / V TUESDAY FELLOWSHIP Dominoes, 42, bridge, canasta, corchet, quilt- making, handwork, crafts, good food, scories of yes- teryear and the best of fellowship is enjoyed each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sachse Chris- tian Church. This covered-dish fellow- ship is open to the entire community and often friends from Garland, Piano, Murphy and Wylie attend. Some may think this program is for the elderly, but not so, for the age span on January 18 was from Kimberley Ashley, 3, to Mrs Ethel Wharton, 88. Birthdays are a special occasion and on this par- ticular Tuesday Kathleen Williams James was honored on her 78th birthday. Those in attendance were: Kay and Kimberly Ashley, Eloise Bailey, Gladys Bailey, Lee and Cleo Hutson,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1977

1 i 1 I 11 8 i i> ii [i i p i in J r COMMUNITY WHO, WHAT, i WHERE AROUND SACHSE Eloise Bailey had visitors from her grandchildren, Bill and Ann Bailey and children from San Angelo, and Jimmy Bailey from El Paso. Barbara Hankins, Eloise Bailey and the Hankins dau- ghers, Vicki and Adrianne, went to Monticello, Ark. to visit Barbara's parents. Marie Youngblood spent the holidays in Borger with a daughter and grandchildren. The Merl Schwenks had com- pany for the holidays. His Father from Pennsylvania and her sister from Arkansas. The Carroll Schillerstroms are moving to Australia for one and a half years. Jack and Mary Coots spent Christmas in their home in North Richland Hills, Ft. Worth, with their 4 child- ren and 14 grandchildren and 2 foster children, 26 in all. OklO* PRE SCHOOL PATTER Sachse Christian Pre- schoolers have been study- ing all about animals this month. We have made fly- ing fish, stand-up lions, and butterflies. We have learned new songs and fin- ger plays and r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1977

From Your City Council % YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE WE REDEEM FOOD $ TAMPS PAUL'S GROCERY REMEMBER OUR HOMEMADE SANDWICHES? THEY'RE BACK and BETTER THAN EVER HAMBURGERS TOO... and to go we have BAR-B-QUE, POTATO SALAD, PIMENTO CHEESE, and HOT PREPARED PIZZA (call in & we will have it ready) "SPECIAL" 32oz. Dr. Pepper 4/$ 1.00 plus deposit "EXTRA SPECIAL" lOoz. Dr. Pepper - 10£ each plus deposit We — Don't — Have — Every t h inc But J/e_ Jjj We Appreciate Your Patronage *}> Qp X \ AT OPEN: 6:00am to 10:00pm "SUNDAY HOURS So That We May Attend Churcl^^j$ 9:30am to 10:00pm LEGAL ACTION On December 17, 1976 Judge Newton Fitzhugh of the Dallas County Criminal Court of Appeals rendered the decision that the case against Mozelle Hooker for use of abusive language be quashed, dismissed and stricken from the docket of the Court. The action followed the appeal of the decision of Judge Theron Ward in the October case involving Councilwoman Hooker and the then City Secretary, Caroline Sveng...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1977

(city council) asked for additional time to study the resolution, the may- or said there was no time for delay. Andrews moved to ac- cept the resolution. All mem- bers except Mrs. Hooker voted for the resolution. Councilman Andrews again pointed out the need for re- pairing driveways on E.Sac- hse Rd. which were damaged during the installation of a water main. Scarborough suggested contacting David Pickett,Mrs. Killingsworth volunteered to speak to him. City Engineer, Knickerboc- ker reported he now has the Underwriters Water line re- commendations completed and will make a report at the next council meeting. He outlined his findings and re- commendations for the pos- sible extension of sewer ser- vice to Carlson Electronics on Hwy. 78. It was decided this item requires further study. The council unanim- ously agreed the City not provide water to the West property on Pleasant Valley Rd. due to the far reach of any existing lines. Knicker- bocker presented to the cou- ncil goals he w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1977

CALENDAR OF EVENTS FEBRUARY ■ HI* 1977 f • •• 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 (clip h save) VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Feb. 3rd & 17th 7:30pm Fire Station LADIES AUXILIARY to the Volunteer Fire Dept. Feb. 15th 7:30pm Community Center CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS Feb. 14th & 28th 7:00pm Community Center SACHSE BOOSTER CLUB Feb. 22nd 7:30pm Community Center (CBS) CITIZENS FOR A BETTER SACHSE (Executive Board) (open to the public) Feb. 9th 7:30pm Community Center PUBLIC HEARING Feb. 7th 7:30pm Community Center THANKS PAPER DELIVERY The young boys and girls who helped deliver the January issue of THE SACHSE SENTINEL were: Vicki and Adrianne Hankins, Stephanie Smith, Keith Mitchell, Patty Strickland, Barry Davis, Mike Ward, Kristy and Kim Ashley, Veena Hooker, Paul Burwick, Laurie and Lauren Hollins, Mike and Jeff Cornehl, David and Ricky Wilson, Jeffrey and Ronald Schwenk, and Laura and Shelly Andrews. If you help deliver the paper, please turn it i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1977

I 0 THE SHCHSE SEIITII1EI VOL. 2 NO. 3 MARCH 1977 SACHS E TEXAS Published Monthly FREE Wylie-Sachse Jaycees Meet * President of the local chapter of the Wylie- Sachse Jaycees, Don Roberts who lives on Bailey Rd. in Sachse The Wylie-Sachse Jaycees met in Sachse February 10, to hear Sam Turneable and Bob Lawler speak on manpower development for the leaders of the Jaycees. I his is a 12 hour program for the leader to learn how to develop the young men of our communities to help the communities. The Jaycees are currently involved in a membership drive in order to get young men 58 gflttfa tn G<xl (twi •IK*® to human life; I: U e brotherhood of man Iran- * l the «ov rt iicnty .,i ~namt< juatica can Iwm t > w< man through frn* enterprlw "mmrnt should of law-. wr than of mw t «arth h ttr at triHsurr !i,■ in !. KB parwjnallt> that aorvici' to humanity i« «b*> ' I work of ltf*' YUE-SACHSE between the ages of 20 - 30 who wish to be in- volved in their communities. Don Roberts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1977

foPrdi Your 1 ihrarv "In the highest civilization, the book is still the highest delight. He who has once known its satisfactions is provided with a resource against calamity." -- Emerson - ATTENTION PARENTS: Please will you take the time and go to your children's room and see if you can find any stray library books belonging to our town library. It is necessary that our children be taught to be more respon- sible about returning things which belong to someone else, and in turn they will be a more dependable adult. Due to bad weather in January we slipped a bit in our circulation report Our town only read 495 books. Mrs. Clifton Bryant Your Librarian G AVON Still Believes in the EASTER_ J3UNNY See Brochures 6&7 Call Your "SACHSE" AVON REPRESENTATIVE V1CKI KING 495-4395 WestofHwy. 78 %T" NANCEE'S BEAUTY SALON OPEN: Newcomers To Sachse TUESDAY,THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY 495-1213 HIGHWAY 78--SACHSE, Zeta Omicron Sorority PRE SCHOOL PATTER The Sachse Christian preschoolers have ...

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