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

APRIL 1t*1 SACHSE,TEXAS (city council) Anderson also said that he had no idea how anyone would vote, as he had based his decision only after he had taken the pictures on Sunday. Mayor Roan explained that he had called the official meeting at 6 p.m. because the Planning and Zoning had a meeting Scheduled for 7 p.m. Councilman Staples said he voted on the information he had received and Councilman Bailey stated he came to the meeting completely open. Mayor Roan said that the meetings always start on time when there is a quorum, and that this looked bad to the people in the audience. Dave Doughty, P&Z member said that according to P&Z plans, the batch plant should have been pre- sented to Planning & Zon- ing before it went to the council. Councilman Anderson ended by saying that he hoped that the mayor felt that all councilmembers voted at the March 2 meet- ing according to the way they felt and not because someone had influenced them. Adjourned 8:20 p.m. March 9,1981 * * M...

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

PAGE 14 THE SACH8E 8ENTINEL SACH8E,TEXAS APRIL 1981 Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK HUMMINGBIRD Will Rogers could have said, "I have never met a person who didn't like hum- mingbirds." It is so inter- esting to watch a pair of Hummingbirds perform their arial acrobatics as they zoom from flower to flower sipping nectar, or catching insects on the fly. If you would like to have a few of these delightfully antic and tiny birds as your guests all summer dedicate a small area of your garden to their happiness. Plant flowers they likel Dutch Mountain Nursery in Augus- ta, Michigan, publishes lists of flowers , trees, and shrubs that arract various birds. "Plants That Attract Hummingbirds" includes more than 75 names - from Althea to Yucca. A few plants suited to our area are: plants of the mint fam- ily, all types of Salvia (Sage) particularly Red Salvia, Sweet William, Pinks, Petunias, Larkspur, DeJJhin- ium, Hollyhocks, Impatiens, Nicotinia, Honeysuckle, Trumpet Vine, and even...

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

BSWH! <f* *• « J APRIL 198'1 SACH8E.TEX AS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 16 April is a busy time for North Garland students. It is a month filled with elec- tions, competitions, and try- outs. On April 3 and 4, the gymnastics team will go to L.D. Bell High School in Hurst for a regi Ifor a regional gym- nastics meet. There will be 28 teams involved. Com- peting for NG will be soph- omores Jimmy Sellars and Lee White, junior Billy Clark, and seniors Tom Cook and Mike Schmitt. Mike is defending state champion on rings. Girls involved will be junior Terri Reid, and seniors Brenda Eagle, Paige Pollard and Lisa Twiss. Paige, defend- ing champion for vaulting, commented, "It's gonna be hard work, but if we try hard, we can do it." Thursday will be the compulsories, which is a set pattern routine and on Fir- day, the optionals, rou- tines made un bv the contestants, will be held. Coach Mark Willi- ams said,"We should do pretty well. We've beaten all the teams so far except for L.D. Bell." ta...

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

paot 1« the sachse sentinel 8acn8e,texas april 1ss1 Bank ExecutivesNamed Drain's Jewelry and Pawn Shop cm nt Cash loan* on diamonds, Jewelry, TV's, radios, guns, tools, musical Instruments articles of value. Jewelry and Watch Repair We Mount Diamonds Licensed & Bonded Pawn Broker We bay old gold, Jewelry and diamonds any 442-3495 121 BALLARD WYLIE, TEX Closed Mondays H.A. "BUD" WALKER VINCENT E. THOMPSON Garland - - The Board of Directors of First Nation- al Bank it Garland appoint- ed H.A. (Bud) Walker Chair- man of the BoardEmeritus, following the annual share- holders meeting February 18,1981. He will continue as an advisory director of the bank. In his new posi- tion, Walker will be involved in the daily activities of the bank and wiM maintain his current office in the bank building. Much of the growth of First Naitonal Bank of Garland can be attributed to H.A. (B«#) Walker. His in- fluence tigpn the progress of the banfc. and the city of Garland realized long before Sijrfct...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1981

APRIL 1 •• 1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SEHTIHEL PASS 17 NTMWD To Receive Water From Red River The North Texas Munici- pal Water District and its 11 Member Cities have develop- ed an innovative plan to capitalize on a major un- tapped North Texas water supply source to assure citi- zens in a rapidly growing section of North Texas rdequate water. The Board of Directors of the water district, com- prised of representatives of the 11 cities, announced that appropriate permits are being filed to divert water from the Red River below the Denison Dam into upper tributaries that feed Lake Lavon, the NTMWD's pri- mary supply source. Carl Riehn, Executive Director, explained the in- novative program to Mayors, City Council Mem- bers, City Staffs and News Media at a meeting in Richardson Civic Center. Riehn explained that the district has been planning for a number of years to use water from Cooper Lake, near Sulphur Springs, but the delay of construction of that project has forced the district ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1981

SACHSE, TEXAS CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIEDS are $1.25 minimim up to 15 words, 10 cents a word after that House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 This & That Shop. Wylie. CUSTOM Reasonable prices. 442-1923 104 E. Oak, UPHOLSTERY Free pick-up 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 and women Handmade Quilts - - Reasonable priced. Dutch Doll, other designs Many colors to choose from. 495-7091 TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS Phone 530-1100f Arts & Crafts Bazaar THE MURPHY BAPTIST CHURCH WILL HOLD AN ARTS & CRAFTS BAZAAR ON SATURDAY APRIL 25, FROM 9:30 AM UNTIL 4:30 PM. THE MURPHY BAPTIST CHURCH IS LOCATED ON MURPHY ROAD Security comes in many different forms and most of them are desirable. There is an odd thing about security, though. It is the product of risk — yet risk is the opposite of security. In sear...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1981

APRIL 1081 8ACH8E,TEXAS THE SACH8E 8ENTINEL PAGE 18 A LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF SACHSE Dear Folks, On the evening of March 3rd, my husband, myself and six other good friends and neighbors met for coffee, cake and lots of conversation with three very interesting people. These three people are candidates for new leadership in our city. It would take more pages than I can afford in the "Sachse Sentinel" to tell of all the qualifications of these very fine people, but I would like to share a few that impressed me. When asked what they would do in certain situations that have arose in the past and present, they were quick with very well thought out answers, for instance - when asked about the recent $11,270 debt dated back to 1978 the city has facing them, and asked how, why and who authorized this or that, Mr. Eldon Gordon who is running for a seat on the City Council answered, "I think if we can show proof of work done, I would vote to pay, even though its been in questions whether or no...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1981

L> " ■ . PAGE 20 THE SACH8E SENTINEL 8ACH8E.TEXA8 APRIL 1981 ^tepe the Jcy of Eqster wM\_Lo\M Ones n r m v>*>- "■ \ Families Come Together At Easter It's o rime ro share in rhe joys and glad- ness of rhis special season. We especially wish you and your family a warm, loving holiday. THE SACHSE SENTINEL 6500 Highway 78

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

THE SHCHSE SEIlTinEl "Communicating With The Community" VOL. 6 *5 SACHSE,TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY MAY 1981 Another dream has come true, both for Dr. Hirsh and the people of Sachse. Sachse now has a dentist in town, a profession that the city has needed for many years, and it is a first for Sachse. At least no one remembers there ever being one. Dr. Hirsh has been prac- ticing family dental service for some 25 years and in Garland some 15 years. He said that he wanted to ex- pand and give a younger dentist the opportunity to start a practice. After land was purchased and the office was set up on a temporary basis, Dr. Hirsh searched for almost two years for just the right person. "I finally found that person, Dr. Connie J. Smith, D.D.S.," Dr. Hirsh said. Dr. Smith has been in practice in downtown Dallas. Dr. Hirsh said he was searching for a doctor with special talents; even though a doctor may have been prac- ticing for years, when they open a new office it takes something s...

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

PAGE t THE SACHSE SENTINEL 8ACH8E, TEXAS r THE 9ACH9E SENTINEL News A Advertising SSO-1100 SS00 Highway 7S SACHSE,TEXAS 7 6098 Distnbuted free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month Publisher A. 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 of 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- City Council Notes MARCH 23 Mayor Roan opened the regular meeting at 7:30 with all members present. Texas Power and Light had asked for a rate increase of about 20 percent overall. Mayor Roan recommended that a resolution suspending T P & L's rate increase for 120 days. Approved. Mayor Roan reported he had attended a meeting with representatives...

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

may 1981 8ACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 3 Edwards Plateau Dear Still In Poor Shape Nutritional stress coupled and 60 percent of all yearling with inadequate hunter harvest is continuing to degrade the quality of white- tailed deer in the Edwards Plateau, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment studies. The rolling Hill Country region has a deer population of about 1.3 million, and it produces roughly half the state's annual harvest. But deer quality remains poor, with small body and antler sizes and a preponderance of "spike" bucks in the population. "The number of spike bucks (those a year old or older with single antlers without prongs or forks) is a good barometer for deter- mining the quality of a deer herd," said Deer Program Leader Horace Core. "And the Edwards Plateau has an alarming number of these animals." Core said the problem boils down to malnutrition caused by high deer popula- tion, competition with livestock on overgrazed ranges and peiodic drought....

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

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

MAY 1SS1 SACHSE,TEXAS First National Announces Election and Promotion GARLAND - Vincent E. Thompson, President and Chairman of the Board of First National Bank in Garland, has announced the dfection of Jim B. Wells as Assistant Vice President. He will serve as a lending officer in the Commercial Division. Wells came to First National with eleven years of ex- perience with the Republic National Bank in Dallas. In his prior position, he was a lending officer in the Petroleum and Minerals Divi- sion. Wells, a native of Florida, received his BS degree from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is currently serv- ing on the Garland Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee and resides in Rowlett with his wife, Mona. JIM B. WELLS GEORGE B. CA30N I SAVING TIPS 60-70'80-90 on electric air ^ Central Systems I. Set thermostat on 78', or higher. 2 Have equipment checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 3. Check filter every 30 days. Clean or replace when dirty. 4. Keep furniture, draperies a...

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

SACHSE,TEXAS MAY 1961 Reserve Grand Champion t <•„ " • - ••' i a. ■ aIc 11 f*! fm Pancake Breakfast Hugh Success • «*, Mike Cornehl of Sachse shows his Brangus heifer and the trophy he won at the Wylie Livestock Show last month. Mike's Brangus was awarded Reserve Grand Champion in a :lass with other breeds. Mike is the son of Er- win and Pat Cornehl, 1802 Bonanza in Sachse. He attends Wylie High School and has been very active in the FFA program. He plans to show his cham- pion again in Hunt County in August. &S i RANDALL BARDIN NEW FACES AT MURPHY BAPTIST Two new faces have join- ed the staff of Murphy Baptist Church in recent months. Dr. Joe Cross is the new Interim Pastor. Also joining the staff is Randall Bardin who is Minister of Music. Dr. Cross is serving as in- terim pastor while the church searches for a new perma- nent minister. He is also the director of Pastoral Care and Counseling at Baylor Hospital in Dallas. Dr. Cross is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist Universit...

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

may 1881 sachse,texas the 8ach8e sentinel page 7 BIG J.R. S WESTERN WEAR 6500 Hwy. 78 10:00 AM 530-0026 Sachse, Tex 8:00 PM w Storewide Sale 5 Days Only " Boots req 1 29.95 Boots req 63.95 laiedo WESTERN BOOTS'" now now 75.00 41.95 Boots reg 59.95 Boots reg 49.95 now 39.95 now 29.95 B X ^99 WESTERN SHIRTS reg 22.00 NOW $5.00 while they last ALL FIRST LINE BOOTS - HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM Exotic Boots LIZARD, EEL.OSTRICH, 3A22ELL.ANTELOPE.ETC Big Discount Straw Hats 17.95 $12.99 LARRY MAHAN Bull Ropes & Spurs & 1 5.00 your choice - 7 - 9 plait ropes Levi & Wrangler Blue Denim 14.99 or Lee-Levi-Wrangler Color & Checks 7.99 Men's Shirts 9.99 or 3/27.00 Men's Shirts 14.95 or 3/42.00 Men's & Ladies Matching Shirts req 16.99 Boy's Fancy Yoke Shirts req 13.99 Felt Hat Clearance reg 4 5.00 now Straw Hats 5.00 up BeltS 8.95 up Name Put On FREE or 2/28.00 2/13.00 now 24.95 Athletic now 1 2.99 7.99 All Accessories at .Discount Prices up to 50% savings Fancy Hat Bands Storewi...

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

PAGE • THE 8ACH9E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS MAY 198T M>1 •svwJ? Sunny Sachse 'Mil Homemakers Club DEE YATES PRESENTS PROGRAM Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club held their April meeting on Wednesday morning in the Community Room at Sachse City Hall. Dee Yates, council delegate for the Richardson Club, presented a program showing slides on car care and safe driving habits. The First Aid program which had been previously scheduled had been cancelled. Members of S.S.H.C. voted to purchase a tree to be planted in Sachse during Texas Homemakers Week, May 3 to 9. Several members of the club are also getting together about once a month to make craft items to be sold at a bazaar which will be held later this year. LaRue Whatley was the winner of the door prize again. Mary Ann Barnett and Ruth Franklin won the two raffle prizes. DEE YATES Names of nominees for new officers for the coming year were presented by the nominating committee. The new officers will take office at the May meeting. A program ...

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

MAY 1081 SACHSE,TEX A § THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 9 Ladies Auxiliary # The Sachse Ladies Aux- iliary met April 21 for a sand- wich supper and auction. Twenty-three members and six guests attended a short business meeting which receded the supper. Final rangements were made for he annual rummage sale, which will be held on May 16 at the Sachse Fire Station. Members were reminded that there is still a need for clothes hangers and paper sacks. Following the meeting, members, husbands and guests joined in a sandwich buffet, which included salads, chips and desserts. About 50 people enjoyed this successful event. The highlight of the evening was an auction, called by Joe Stone and Ray Stanton. Gifts had been donated by those attending, and included an oil painting by local artist Ruby Sebesta and several plants in handmade ceramic planters by Thelma Stanton. A large variety of household items and baked goods also brought sizeable bids. All proceeds will be put towards a new fire engine.' ...

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

8ACH8E.TEXA8 may i«ai Texas Woman's History Exhibit Opsns May 9 The previously untold story of the impact of women on Texas history will be presented in a major museum exhibit opening in San An- tonio at the Institute of Texan Cultures May 9. Using rare photographs, costumes, paintings, documents and countless relics of the past, "Texas Women — A Celebration of History", will depict the achievements of women in the state's cultural, political, economic and community life. The exhibit, the first of its kind in the nation, is a project of tl.e Texas Foundation for Women's Resources and will tour the state for two years. Some of the items to be displayed are the surgical tools of a turn-of-the-century female doctor; the gun used by outlaw Bonnie Parker; the branding iron of Henrietta King, owner of King Ranch; an evening coat worn by Carrie Marcus Neiman, co-founder of Neiman-Marcus; and the flight suit of a World War II woman pilot. The workplace of a telephone operator of the 1900s h...

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

MAY 1081 8ACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 11 (city council) APRIL 27,1981 Mayor Anderson opened meeting at 7:30 PM. All councilmembers were present ( 4 ). Clyde Bailey was recommended to fill the vacant council seat. Council voted unanimously for Bailey. City attorney gave the oath of office to Bailey. The Mayor stated he looked forward to serving with Mr. ^y3ailey. Henry Luman, Randy Sarver, Jim Johnson, and Bill Stewart names were entered to fill the two vac- ancies on P & Z Committee. After short discussion Sarver and Johnson were appointed to P & Z. Devon Reed, Anmy Jones, Gary Bivins, Bill Stewart and Gene Foster names were entered by Councilman Staples to serve on the Park and Recreational Board. Approved. The Mayor read a letter from Mri Peterson on a request for a snow cone stand on Hwy. 78. Mayor Anderson said the building inspector had recommen- ded denial because it did not meet city ordinances. Council denied the request. Mayor Anderson read a letter from Dr...

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

SACHSC,TEXAS MAY 1981 Congressman Jim Mattox for the Sachse Sentinel LETTERS TO EDITOR FOOD STAMPS AND CADILLACS: It Ain't Necessarily So by Congressman Jim Mattox Fifth District Here comes the Food Stamp Family again. Careful, or they'll run you down squealing out of the super- market parking lot in their new Cadillac, trunk full of grocery bags, back seat full of kids, bellies full of free school lunches. Sightings of the Family are more frequent now that food stamp cutbacks have become such a controversial portion of the Reagan budget pro- posals. Without exception, the letters from taxpayers urging me to uphold the President's proposed cuts of $1.8 billion in the food stamp program cite instances of the writer's fuming behind the Family while it pays for its steak, beer and cigarettes with food stamps. Or if the writer hasn't experienced this personally, he knows someone who has. By now these stories of the Food Stamp Family in the Cadillac have something of the aura of the lege...

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