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

MAY 1991 8ACH8E,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE IS Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY 2. PARK If you have a diseased plant or tree and you can't find the trouble, take a leaf, • a twig, or other suitable mple of the diseased area to your nurseryman. He will diagnose the cause and recommend a solution. Last week this column contained a delineation of the insects and diseases that may attack your pecan tree and what you can expect if everything that can happen does happen. We now hasten to assure you that practically all pro- blems affect the production of nuts and will not shorten the life of the tree. Pecan trees are among the 10 best shade trees in North Texas. So, forget about the nuts; plant a pecan tree and enjoy the beauty of your magnifi- cent shade tree - for 100 years or more! Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema) - If lower leaves turn brown and die or if leaves turn yellow at tip and edges the cause may be too much or too little water. Check the soil, amend your watering program, and...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1981

8ACH8E.TEXA8 MAY 1981 Private Sources Supply Flth For Pond Stocking The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds owners of private lakes and stock tanks that fish for stock- ing private waters no longer are available from the agency. However, the department naintains a list of licensed fish dealers from whom pond owners can purchase largemouth bass, catfish and sunfish. Landowners may obtain the list by writing the Inland Fisheries Branch, Parks and Wildlife Department, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744, or call (512) 475-4931. Department officials said problems have been minimal so far, but if landowners have difficulty in obtaining fish they should contact the depart- ment. GZJ27H2M NEW LANDFILL RATES The NTMWD assumed operation of the Piano- Richardson landfill on April 15,1980. A basic evaluation of the rate schedule indicated the current cost of disposing of the material exceeded the cost being charged. Effective February 1, 1981, the NTMWD has adopted a charge of $.3...

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

may 1«®1 sachse,texas the 8ach8e sentinel page 15 TAT CASTLE "0 realtor'® 495-5600 Member Greater Dallas Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service Professionalism in the Marketing of Your Home -YOUR HOMETOWN REALTORS- CALL TODAY IF WE CAN HELP YOU CASTLE REALTORS 495-5600 6024 Hwy. 78 Sachse,Tex. Need homes on acreage "We Deal In Country Property" Odie Hall Realtors AlTOft ACENT 276-0021 272-8214 HIGHWAY 78 • • SACHSE 03i i MLS : We have an immediate need for proven associates to handle our active Rowlett Real ! imh) S6 LAND -WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT- CITY CONVENIENCE w ith COUNTRY PRIVACY ROLLING TERRAIN TREES - STREAMS - PONDS From 2 to 20 Acres Northeast Dallas County Garland School District CALL (214) 270-4481 UkordPoppy • Estate market. We will consider part-time i associate desiring to go FULL time. This is a good opportunity to join a successful com- pany in a rapidly expanding market. Get in now. For interview call Jack Towers at Cen- tury 21 Towers Realtors in Rowlett at | 47...

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

PAQE 16 THE 3ACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS MAY 1981 CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 This & That Shop. 104 £?. Oak, Wylie. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Reasonable prices. Free pick-up 442-1923 Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experience with babies and small children. Shellie Lane 495-1782 Handmade Quilts -- Reasonable priced. Dutch Doll, other designs Many colors to choose from. 495-7071 Dog Obedience Classes every Thurs- day night. Experienced instructor. Problem dogs welcome. Also three week complete training for your dog. 495-1635 Septic Tank Cleaning and repair service. Free estimates. Lavon, Texas. L. E. Buckley. Lavon Phone 853-3684 For Sale -- Ruth Berry well pump 26 gal. tank. ( in service now ) $150.00. 495-1096 For Sale -- Like new camera. Vivitar 600 with built - in electronic flash, case, batteries. $25.00. 530-1100 MARY KAY CONSULTANT In Sachse for FREE Facial Call Jean Kerby 495-1376 ■ -f ■ 'f ■ t ■ -r -f ■...

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

I I THE SICHSE SEMIIlEl "Communicating With The Community" ! ♦ VOL. 6 # 0 SACHSE.TEX AS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY Jl>ME 1081 Man Barricades Self In House ALICE ALEXANDER HIRED AS SECRETARY One of the most ex- citing and fearful after- noons for Sachse turned into a long vigilance May 11, 1981 as a lady rushed into City Hall about 3:00 P.M. The woman who liv- ed in. the 1700 block of Bonanza told Police Chief Morris that her husband had barricaded himself in the house with rifles and had said he would shoot the first police officer that he saw and then shoot himself. Help was summoned with aid from the Garland SWAT Team and command post was set up at the City Hall. About 20 homes were completely evacuated near the house because of the fear that a rifle bullet can travel a great distance. Mayor Anderson coordinated the evacua- tion with the Fire Department and Reserve Police Com- mander Mike Barrow. Police Reserves set up road blocks as firemen went door to door advising home owne...

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

SACHS E, TEXAS PAQE S THE SACHSE SENTINEL THE SACHSE SENTINEL SS0-1100 SSOO Highway 7S SACHSE,TEXAS 7SOSS 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 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 MAY 11, 1981 Mayor Anderson opened * the regular meeting at 7:38 P.M. All councilmembers were present. One insurance bill was tabled for the present and some name spelling was cor- ^ rected on newly appointed members to the boards. Appointment of library board members was tabled. Mayor Anderson recom- mended that the council ap- prove the checkin...

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

JUNE 1SS1 >« ♦> hum, w FOOD STORE FOOD STAMPS Welcome Here! 530-8441 6714 hwy. 78 sachse, texas "We Offer U.S.D.A. Choice Heavy Beef" Processing: Side $1.49 lb Hind $1.69 lb "Get The Family Together And Cook Out This Weekend' From The Market i * T-Bone Steak usda choice 3.39*. Ribeye Steak usda choice 4.69 ib. Chopped Sirloin Steak 1.19 • a. uio've got it all fnr vnur Barbecues for your ** Barbecues Ground Chuck ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★J 2 Liter Coke 1.19 10 oz. pkg. Marshmallows .32 • Charcoal b ib 1.69 10 ib 3.19 Charcoal Lighter 1 pt. Site 1.12 Reg. 1.89 1.691b. SATURDAY - - ONLY * 0C:T m Please Call Fu Advance For Orders Of 10 lbs. or More! ************************************************************** □EucnTESSEn Chopped B-B-Q Beef 2.79it. Corny Dogs .59... Eckrich Weiners 1*79 Homemade Pork Sausage 1.59 SALE EFFECTIVE JUNE 8 thru JUNE 7 .y .> y. , . '

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

1979-80 Audit Report Dennis A. Jamieson, CPA for the City of Sachse, filed his audit report for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1980. Total taxes for the period was $54,427 and $52,207 was collected. 51 persons were on the delinquent tax roll for a total of $2,338.55. The delin- quencies ranged from $.90 the lowest, to a high of $317.00. The assessed valuation percentage is 75 per cent and the tax rate is $.60 per hun- dred. There were 515 water customers, plus three city meters on Sept. 30. The average water bill per customer during this period was $14.64 per month or $175.80 annually. $7,504.94 was earned on money market certificates ~nd saving accounts. A complete copy of the audit is open for inspection at the City Hall. DISTRICT RECEIVES DONATION Superintendent Eli Douglas informed the Board that the Knights of Columbus donated $400 to the district's Special Education Depart- ment for the trainable men- tally retarded. Mr. William Rumenapp from the Knights of Columbus made...

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

JUNE 1 ®1 8ACH3E.TEX AS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE S (# GARBAGE REGULATIONS 1981 CITY OF SACHSE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS I. Residential and Commercial Hand Collection A. Schedule: Twice weekly B. Hours of Operation: 7:00 A.M. - Completion C. Placement: Curbside D. Approved containers: 1. Plastic bags, 2 mil. thickness, 30 gallon maximum capacity 2. Garbage cans, 30 gallon maximum 3. Bundles of brush less than 4 feet in length, 6 inches in diameter 4. Maximum weight bag, bundle or container: 40 pounds E. Spillage: Any spillage caused by us will be picked immediately. Spillage caused by others or by will be picked up immediately. Spillage caused by others or by inadequate containers will be the resident's responsibility. F. Brush and Bulky Item Collection 1. Small amounts of 1 cubic yard or less (approximately five bags or bundles) will be collected with regular resi- dential collection at no charge. 2. Large amounts will be collected after regular collection is completed. Resi- dents will...

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

r ! h < 8ACH8E,TEXAS JUNE 1981 New Daigle-Roan , Realtors In Rowlett BOBBY ROAN, MARGARET DAIQLE, J.F. 'JEFF" PRUITT A new office in Rowlett, located just north of Chaha Road on Rowlett Road, is be- ing occupied by a new real estate team, which is com- prised of three of Rowlett's well-known residents and real estate professionals -Margaret Daigle, J. F. "Jeff" Pruitt and Bobby Roan. "We're new, but we're known," say the three com- bining 34 years of expertise to form Daigle-Roan, Realtors. Rowlett residents are familiar with the three faces because of their active par- ticipation in Rowlett in the past. "There is an excellent market in Rowlett", said Margaret. The Daigle-Roan, Realtors consolidated their skills as real estate experts to offer full service advantages to buyers and/or sellers. Margaret has been active in the Rowlett market for two years and active in real estate for six years. Formerly with Century 21 Towers Realtors of Rowlett, she was issued the "Summit" award l...

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

JUNE t®*1 SACHS*,TEXAS THE BACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 7 !CI Serve Dad a hearty beef dinner — his favorite Father's Day food It's a fact, and you can proba- bly research it right in your own home, if you want confirmation that beef is Dad's favorite food. Dad's preference That's just in case you don't believe the facts of food prefer- ences, released by the Beef In- dustry Council of the National Livestock and Meat Board. According to the "Beef Folks," nearly 75,000,000 pounds of beef will be served during the coming Father's Day week-end—more proof that Dad prefers beef on "his day" (current prices to the contrary notwithstanding). The "Dear Old Dad Steak" recipe was developed in the test kitchens of the Beef Industry Council, especially for the Na- tional Father's Day Committee, which has chosen Sliced Beef Steak, again, by popular de- mand, to serve at the Annual Father of the Year Awards Pre- sentation Luncheons in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas and Atlanta. Treat for family Vo...

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

PAGE S THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JUNE T5TT NOT EVERY FISHERMAN NEEDS A Springtime usually gives rise to questions about who must have a fishing license to fish legally in Texas. Most Texas residents must either purchase a resi- dent fishing or combination hunting and fishing license. However, there are excep- tions. Texans 65 or over and those under 17 need no fishing license. All nonresidents, regardless of age, must purchase a nonresi- dent license. An exception to the resi- dent license rule is that if you LICENSE are fishing on property you or your immediate family own, you need no license. Also, you need no license if you are fishing in your coun- ty of residence with a trotline, throwline or ordinary pole and line with no reel or win- ding device. You also need not pur- chase a resident fishing license if you hold a valid Texas commercial fishing license or an exempt fishing license available to certain disabled veterans or the blind. Ralph D. Sanders Announces Retireme...

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

JUNE 1981 3ACH8E,TEXAS THE SACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 9 (city council) should do the approval or disapproval. He said that the entire book needed to be redrafted and updated. Scarborough and Ander- son had picked up an injured dog and taken it to Wylie Vet. Clinic. Scarborough said the procedures needed to be set for this. It was approv- ed to use Wylie Vet. Clinic temporarily. Scarborough asked that the city update the building codes by adopting the latest editions and buy extra code books to be sold to builders so they would know what is expected. It was approved to spend up to $200 for these books. Scarborough asked the council to approve a budget for the Park Board. After discussion $100 was approved for the present time. Gordon asked for citizens' comments. This was opposed. Councilman Mar- dis stated that it was very easy to get on the agenda if anyone had something to say. A ruling from the city at- torney will be asked for to see if this can be an agenda item. Adjourned 10:21 P.M....

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

■Mil OT PAGE 10 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JUNE 1981 Wear a rose on Father's Day A long, long time ago, Mrs John Bruce Dodd picked out the Red Rose as the flower of Father's Day. So, for near!) three generations, the Red Rose has been a kind of official floral symbol. Perhaps, unchanged, because the rose is America's favorite flower, according to a study done by Roses, Inc., a Couple of years ago. So, come Father's Day on lune 21, sport a Red Rose in your lapel oron yourd. jss when you go to see Dad. He'll get the significance. Giving him a bunch of red roses might not be the best gift idea for him. but lots of Dads putter around the garden these days, and more and more like a little greenery around the office, or wherever they work. A novel thought and. of •nurse, a gift that keeps bring- ng pleasure all year long, and ceep> reminding him you really bought of him on Father's Day According to James C vrone, Executive Director of he Rose Organization, "The United States is o...

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

JUNE 1081 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 11 SSHC Plant Trees At City Hall Sorority Observes 5th Anniversary Y m v 'iftiSfa -;--JotF* • ^fSSf ■< ■ %-i* «•* &k. ■ mm *4.r 9 During Texas Homemakers Week (May 3-9) Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club purchased and planted two Tallow trees at the front entrance of City Hall. Pictured planting the trees are club members Jeannette Maher and Janet Hughs. Jeannette's husband, Don, and Janet's husband, Bill, are not pictured, but assisted with the tree planting. Hey Kids ! RAFALE TICKET WINNER Sachse Public Library would like to announce this year's "Summer Reading Program". This year's theme is MONSTER MADNESS! That's right, kids. This year you will be given a chance to read about some of your favorite monsters. In- cluded are the all-time favorites like Frankenstein, Dracula, Godzilla, King Kong, Wolfman and a whole lot more. The Summer Reading Schedule will include - films, reading contests and drawing contests. Prizes will be awarde...

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

PAGE 12 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JUNE 10S1 Watch The Thermometer Rise SS.OOO. JULY ? _ JUNE • 4.MO MAY •t.tso. Sachse Fire Depart- ment and the Ladies Auxiliary to the Fire Department wish to thank all who have par- ticipated in our latest fund raising projects. All of the profits from these projects have been put into sav- ings accounts to go toward a down payment on a new fire truck for Sachse. Our thanks also go to those who have made special cash donations. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Salmon and to Mr. and Mrs. Merl Schwenk, who gave the fire department twenty shares in their com- pany. LET'S ALL WATCH THE TEMPERATURE RISE! WHAT WILL IT BE NEXT MONTH? Construction Of Frozon Foods Warohouto Approved The contract to construct a frozen foods facility was awarded to Cope Enterprises in the amount of $301,746.00. Based on infor- mation provided by persons in the food service industry and by other school districts which have frozen facilities, GISD should be ...

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

JUNE 1981 8ACH8E,TEXAS First National Announces New Officers THE 8ACHSE 8ENTINEL PAGE 18 GARLAND — Vincent E. Thompson, Chairman of the Board and President of First National Bank in Garland, has announced the election of two new bank of- ficers. ROBERT C. VICKERS will serve as Vice President in the Personal Banking Division and | DONALD R. SENIOR will be the Internal Auditor. Vickers comes to First National from Republic Na- tional Bank in Dallas, where he was a lending officer for two years. Prior to Republic, he was employed by General Motors Acceptance Corpora- tion for nine years. He received his BBA degree from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. Vickers and his family reside in Garland. Senior ^was previously an Internal Auditor for Republic National Bank in Dallas. He received his BA from The University of Maryland, and his MBA from North Texas State University. He also served in the United States Air Force as an Assistant Director of Security prior to his banking ca...

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

'AGE 14 THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JUNE 1881 Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK Reservations DR. ELI DOUGLAS ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT June... a lovely month.. the beginning of summer... .lowers in full bloom... trees green... vacations starting.. . school is out... mothers are blessed with little helpers for three months. . . fathers are slaves to grass and hedges... :hildren are alternately thrill- ed and bored. . . (did you ever notice there is no in- oetween... when it's hot, it's hot... when it's not, it rains. .. yes, sir!... June is a lovely month... especially around a nursery. . . it is good to be among living, flowering, growing, gentle things. . . there is still a lot of time to make new plantings... don't *aste a day... it can never be recovered. During June plant these seeds: ageratum, balsam, elosia (cockscomb), coleus, :ornflower, marigold, morn- ing glory, moss rose (por- tulaca), cosmos, sunflower, vinca (periwinkle), zinnia, and gourds. Also, set out such ...

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

JUNE 1i®1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE 8ENTINEL PAGE 18 Big J.R.'s Burglarized MEDIA SYSTEMS RADAR MAP Burglars made off with an estimated $8,000 in western wear clothes during the night of May 16, 1981 at Big J.R.'s Western Wear located at 6500 Hwy. 78 in Sachse. The break-in was discovered about 10:00 A.M. Sunday morning as Mr. Harold Saulters opened the church next door. Entry had been made by forcing the lock on the church door, then knocking a hole in the sheet rock wall to enter the clothing store. Music instruments in the church valued at $1,500 were not touched. Mr. Lippincott, owner of the western wear store, stated, "they knew what they wanted and hand picked shirts, jeans and boots." Many western belt buckles were in a showcase, but only the gold and silver ones were taken. Sachse Police Chief Mor- ris is still investigating as the paper goes to press. I ROBBERY SCENE AT WESTERN WEAR STORE SCENE INSIDE CHURCH WHERE BURGLARS ENTERED Residents of Collin Coun- ty and Sachse who s...

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

PAGE 16 THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL SACH8E,TEXAS JUNE 1081 QISD STATE WINNERS Industrial arts state winners from North Garland High are front row - Derek Dooley (metalworking table, first place and electricity written exam, sixth place), David Hill (drafting, second place, Louis Garcia (electricity research project, first place and best in class), Tom Cook (woodworking, coffee table, second place), Doug Edwards (woodworking, wall decoration, second place), Larry Harless (metalworking- coppertooling, first place and metal working written exam, first place), Scott Bayes (metalworking-coppertooling, third place); se- cond row - Danny Scott (metalworking- sculpture, third place), Brian Lovelace (metalworking research project, first place), John Carlile (electricity written exam, fourth place), Shannon Jackson, Mark Mohon draf- ting, second place), Henry Barnes (drafting, se- cond place), Mike Marx (drafting, first place), David Stewart (drafting, second place), Don Ivey (drafting group project,...

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