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

JUNE 1981 SACH8E.TEXA8 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 17 GISD STUDENTS RECEIVE STATE HONORS n n More than 2,800 middle school and high school students currently are enroll- ed in industrial arts classes in the Garland Independent School District. Industrial arts classes are designed to prepare students to live in an industrial- technological society. In 1974, exploratory industrial arts courses were offered on a number of middle school lampuses. Today ex- loratory industrial arts classes are available at every middle school although the offerings vary slightly from campus to campus. Eighteen weeks (one semester) in length, the classes give many students their first concen- trated exposure to such areas as woodworking, drafting, electricity, power mechanics, metal working, graphic arts, and photography. In the specific classes, students learn safety measures, available careers, how to use tools and equipment. In most cases, the skills are learned by working on ap- proved projects. At the h...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 June 1981

SACNSE,TEXAS JUNi 19«1 I CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experience with babies & small children. Shellie Lane 495-1782 Handmade Quilts —- Reasonable priced. Dutch Doll, other designs. Many colors to choose from. 495-7091 Dog Obedience Classes every Thursday night. Experienced instructor. Problem dogs welcome. Also three week training for your dog. 495-1635 Septic Tank Cleaning & repair service Free estimates. Lavon.Tex. L.E. Buckley 853-3684 10$ NON - ESCUIATING. 3-2-2 custom home, cathedral ceiling, WBFP, custom paneling, fenced & landscaped. Relocat- ing, must sell. Equity buy only. Total price.- $85,400.00. 442-1870 FOR SALE: Natural Pure Honey from SACHSE APIARIES. 495-7021 Due to expansion we have immediate need of associates to handle our active Rowlett/Sachse real estate markets. The amended Real Estate License Law now allows a minimum of 180 classroom (12) se...

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

june 1 ••1 sachse,texas the sachse 8ehtihel page is r HHJ J R. WESTERN WEAR rm aofi'jbilu u <-iri 6500 Hwy. 78 'rirfu:1. t< ' 530-0026 Sachee, Tex Eel Boots reo. 189.95 now 135.00 Snake Boots reo. 229.95 now 159.95 Lizards Boots reo. 229.95 now 150.00 Bull Hide Boots reo. 169.00 now 79.95 Ostrich Print reo. 69.95 now 46.95 Lizard Print reo. 69.95 now 44.95 Turtle Print reo. 69.95 now 44.95 SPECIAL SELECTION BOOTS 29.95 500 Shirt* 'just arrived" short or lonqsleeve Sale Priced avmsg r Wrangler Levi Jeane 14.99 2/for 28.00 Hondo Benedictine Boots reo 90.05 Bona Allen Black & Brown Cow Hide — reo 99.os Felt Hate reo 4s.oo Straw Hate Hat Bande Ladles Shirts reo 22.00 a 11.99 value to 36.00 reg 12.09 Wrangler,Levi,Lee Pants _ - - colors-plaids-howntooth SPECIAL SELECTION SHIRTS value to 22.00 BOYS FANCY YOKE SHIRTS value to 12.00 NAME BELTS ALL REDUCED (name free) SPECIAL SELECTION MENS SHIRTS value to 20.00 ALL ACCESSORIES SALE PRICED ..... 5.00 5.00 5.00 now 79.95 now 64.95 n...

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

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

THE SRCHSE sEnnnEi "Communicating With The Community' *■ VOL. 6 *7 SACHSE,TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY JULY A Parade For Sachse WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE IN A PARADE ? I A holiday parade is being planned for Sachse on Saturday, July bth. The parade is for adults and children alike and will include horses, bicycles, fire truck, and other means of transportation. If you would like to participate in this parade and have a horse or bicycle or would just like to walk and carry a flag or ribbons call for more information con- cerning the time and meeting place. CALL TODAY I ( Friday, July 3rd. ) JUDY COOPER 530-1715 TOMMY ROAN PRESENTED PLAQUE y >; „ 7* t tea f ♦r MAYOR JIM ANDERSON PRESENTS TOMMY ROAN, FORMER MAYOR A^ PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION FOR THE PAST SERVICES THAT HE PREFORMED FOR THE CITY New Phone Stickers Delivered Last month a first aid handbook with fire prevention tips was distributed by the Sachse Fire Department to all residents of Sachse. Included along with the handbook we...

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

PAGE S THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACH8E, TEXAS JULY 1981 THE SACHSE SENTINEL N«w« 8 Advertising 830-1100 8800 Highway 78 8ACHSE.TEXA8 78088 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- SAVING TIPS on electric air conditioning Central Systems 1. 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 away from air outlets and returns. Clean grills often. 5. Close draperies and blinds to keep o...

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

JULY i 06 1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 3 hllKL FOOD STORE * 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 From The Market Round Steak Boneless Chuck Roast Chopped Sirloin Steak 2.19 ib. 1.99 ib. 1.19... Kreck's Slab Bacon 1.5 9 ib Boiled Ham 3.59 ib L GROUND CHUCK Reg. 1.89 -J gg (J;) Saturday Only PLEASE CALL IN ADVANCE FOR 10 LBS. OR 0 V E ft P 1 1 I Cabeif's V | ECO Milk $ ilii | ml GAL. JUG f-" li r 8i 1.99 ! M ^ 16 02 Mountain Oew (Non-n.tum.bi. eotti.j .3^ « a fill D •* . cn Jug * rkj 1.0 0 « • | 0 h( '4 I ;f! □ELICRTESSEn Large Hamburger 1.29 «• Large Cheeseburger 1.39 • « French Fries -45 8 SALE EFFECTIVE JULY 3rd thru 5lh J I * J I s i % % ♦ 4 I - ^^ . ...... < ^ '• * 9 r . ? t t V* r f 1

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

SACH8K,TEXAS JULY 1081 The Two Controversial Items That City Council Is Facsd With Solving Dus To Dssd Rsstrictlons Police Report M i W M* v 1 '■ g 1 , ,n>, few > • ggjjj MR . - #1. - .* v'ssi. Jewelry, Cosmetics, J and noi. Gifts For The Home P I'- Ml ■p9| JUNE, 1981 Traffic Citations 30 Jail Arrests 3 Accidents 3 Possession Marijuana 1 Possession Dangerous Drugs (transported to Dallas Co.) 1 Aggravated Kidnapping 1 (filed in Dallas Co. — ref. to Grand Jury) Bicycle Theft (rec.) 1 Public Intoxication 1 Bad Check (Collin Co. warrant) 1 Failure to Appear (Piano warrant) 1 Theft under $50.00 1 (under invest.) Traffic Stops 80 Susp. Vehicle Checks 31 Susp. Persons Checks 23 Vacation House Checks 5 Radio Calls 38 Gen. Complaints 35 4 Mijes Traveled 3500 Nancee's Beauty Salon MEN & WOMEN STYLING Call For Appointment -495-1213- HIGHWAY 78 - • SACHSE \ <TV*^T> •>/0* 4 WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS" WYLIE FLOWER & GIFT SHOP MARTHA KING BOB KING DAY PHONE - 4...

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

JULY tti1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 5 VA Research Discloses Over $ 11 Billion Paid To Vets & Survivors A recently published Veterans Administration research bulletin discloses that the agency pays over $11 billion annually, nearly one- half of the VA yearly budget, to five million veterans and survivors under the agency's i various compensation and pension programs. Some of the facts highlighting this statistical report include: •Over forty percent of the recipients live in six states: California, Florida, New York, Texas, Pennsylvania and Ohio. *2.3 million veterans receive compensation totaling over one billion dollars for srrvice-connected disabilities. •Of those veterans receiv- ing compensation, 24 percent were disabled during the Viet- nam Era, while 53 percent were disabled in World War II. •Female veterans com- prise one percent of the total receiving compensation from all wars. ♦Eighty-four percent of the veteran population receiv- ing compensation is under ...

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

8ACHSE,TEXAS JULY 1981 Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK If petunias are leggy and tatty and the plants have lost some of their enthusiasm for blooming, cut the bloomin' plants back half way. Fer- tilize with complete and balanced product (example: 14-14-14). In about 10 days, new, fresh, vibrant blooms will be your reward. Kill wild morning glory vines with a broadleaf weed killer - or pull up vines by the roots. Most of the soil in Dallas and nearby counties is alkaline. To reduce alkalinity and increase acidity mulch around azaleas, gardenias, and camellias with redwood or pine bark. Another way to increase acidity is to apply aluminum sulphate. Ortho reports that: . . aluminum sulphate . . . should be used as a supplement to regular feeding program of hydrangeas, azaleas, camellias and other acid lov- ing plants." Sulphur will also reduce alkalinity and in- crease acidity. However, over a period of years it is hard to beat organic matter -add it to the soil at every op- p...

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

JULY 1081 SACHSfc,TEXAS THE 8ACH6E SENTINEL PAGE 7 TABS Scores Reported To Trustees V Dr. McKinney, Assistant to the Superintendent, sum- marized for Trustees the results of the Texas Assess- ment of Basic Skills tests which were administered in February 1981 to the district's third, fifth, and ninth graders. Overall, third graders per- formed well. On the math subtest, overall student mastery of the objectives ranged from 88% mastery on "reading/writing whole numbers" and "multiplying whole numbers" to 52% mastery on "selecting units of measure." On the reading subtest, 93% of students mastered "following written directions," with the least- mastered objective being "identifying main idea" at 67%. On the writing subtest, 94% of the third graders mastered "spelling," while 64% mastered the punctua- tion" objective. On the writing sample, 97% of the students had acceptable" handwriting, and 93% mastered "organization of ideas." Fifth graders were also successful with regard to most o...

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

HHHPNHHI ioi kCHSE SENTINlL 8ACH8E,TEXAS JULY TSTT Ladies Auxiliary Enjoy Salad Supper The Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department met June 16 at the Communi- ty Center for a salad supper and bingo. Eighteen members and one guest, Kay Landrum, enjoyed a variety of salads, including fruits, vegetables, seafood and pasta. The evening was top- ped off by playing bingo. White elephant gifts were supplied by the members and included such useful items as kichen and household gadgets, figurines, padded hangers and a live house plant. All members are remind- ed that the July meeting is titled "Bring a Craft" and each person is urged to bring a craft item and explain how it is made. The meeting is scheduled for July 21 at 7:30 PM at the Community Center. All ladies in the Sachse area are invited to join us; your husband need not belong to the fire depart- ment. rm Uv j NINETEEN MEMBERS AND PLAYED BINGO LADIES AUXILIARY GUESTS ATTENDED THE SALAD SUPPER THE JUNE MEETING OF THE SACHSE Fa...

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

JULY 1M1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SAd^E Si LETTER FROM W. VA. LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Please let me congratulate you on the excellence of your newspaper. In-format, con- tents, and information, it has quality you should be proud of. Thank you for sending me the material I wanted. Needless to say, I am proud to carry the same name as the fine old gentleman for whom the town was named. My parents always in- sisted that our name was cor- rectly pronounced Saks-see. Somewhere along the line it was changed. My father was John Henry Sachse. My grand- father was George. James, John, Henry, and William are all familiar to us. We understand that my grandfather came from Ger- many (Prussia?) as a boy of eight, an only child at the time. The family settled in Pittsburgh, where he grew up. He married Bessie Hamilton (Am. born). She had a brother Willie, who played in Uncle Tom's Cabin on the Pittsburgh stage. You may print any part or all of my letters I write. I am hoping that you will find someone who ...

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

r_ PAGE 10 THE SACHSE SENTINEL 8ACHSE,TEXAS JULY 1081 Congressman Jim Mattox I fcgGMito for the Sachse Sentinel Cities Sales Tax Down AIRBORNE DRUG SMUGGLING Existing Statutes Do Not Provide An Adequate Deterrent By Congressman Jim Mattox Fifth District Last month I became a co-sponsor of H.R. 3485, in- troduced by Congressman Charles E. Bennett (D-Fla.), which toughens the criminal penalties on pilots convicted of smuggling illegal drugs in- to our country. Law enforce- ment problems with airborne drug transport are threefold: An aircraft provides enough space to transport massive quantities of drugs (par- ticularly marijuana, cocaine, heroin and quaaludes), but poses the most difficult pro- blem in tracking and surveillance. A pilot can suc- cessfully move narcotics over a great distance very rapidly and totally undetected. Even if detected on radar, there is little law enforcement of- ficials can do to apprehend an aircraft that can depart and land practically anywhere. The third...

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

JULY 1981 SACH8E,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 11 > Photo: Martha Swopc A BIRDSEYE'S VIEW OF AMERICA—The Great Stage of Radio City Music Hall in New York City is host to a multimedia extravaganza entitled, simply, "America." It's a star-spangled salute to the t'niled States and the 30 states which comprise it, featuring singing and dancing and, of course, the world- renowned Rockettes. A glorious celebration of America the Beautiful As Independence Day rolls around, we all feel an over- whelming urge to celebrate our great country, and all it stands for. The Fourth of July's prover- bial firecrackers inspire a surge of patriotic fervor in all Americans — Hurrah for the red, white and blue! It's the time of year when our devotion to and faith in Old Glory is renewed, a joyous oc- casion for every American citi- zen. Patriotic melodies are on everybody's lips; everywhere you turn-, the Stars and Stripes wave proudly in the wind And, in New York's Radio City Music Hall, a multimedi...

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

>\N PAGE 12 THE SACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE.TEX AS JULY 1081 LaK. T.xoma i« sit* of Garland Memorial Announces Appointments Smallmouth Stocking Giant Lake Texoma, "Wc selected areas which had known recently as a premier striped bass fishing spot, has been stocked with yet another promising game fish. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department crews recently stocked approximately 600,000 smallmouth bass at five release sites along the southern shoreline of the reservoir located on the Texas-Oklahoma border near Denison. The reservoir is the largest in the state to be stocked with smallmouths, although the fish have done well in a number of smaller impound- ments. Fisheries Director Bob Kemp said the lake was chosen for smallmouth in- troductions because it offers vast areas of the rocky habitat preferred by smallmouths, and also because of its proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth area and its legion of fishermen. Technician Ronnie Ballard of Denison said release sites for the l'A- to 2-inch lon...

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

JULY 1981 SACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 13 Ho.rr if Ho you dohfj Tool j OvisiJ!*. <x h<*n 'in «* - . [7Y. io fur* these* i vjo to We Police. ^ 30,y <LH/\uhthej /HsAteJ g £' owt A«re. To_ i> e (^on rihvedl ns >.< -ir> The above cartoon strip is drawn by Sach3e teenager Jeff Harris. Jeff will enter North Garland High School next year. If you enjoy this addition to the newspaper , let the editor know. First-Year Eagle Nest Suffers Weather Setback r DQC3BBBQaBHBDBaMMHDaiQBHBQ0HHBO^^3HBO ( WE CONTROL FIRE ANTS - "It's Not Bad If You Have Them - - Just If You Keep Them!" Termite, Insect & Rodent Control WYLIE PEST CONTROL CO. TS.WV1 442-5749 Eagle enthusiasts in Texas have a bit of good news mix- ed with some bad. The first nest of a southern bald eagle, an en- dangered species, documented in Northeast Texas was discovered early this spring on a ranch in Red River County. VIC EGGEMEYER - CERTIFIED APPLICATOR - PEST CONTROL ASSOCIATION Novelist Charles Dick...

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

PAGE 14 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACH8E,TEXAS JULY 1981 Septic Tank Cleaning & repair service Free estimates. Lavon, Tex. L.E. Buckley 353-363** CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes 442-3037 Responsible Sachse teenager would like- to baby sit. Experience with babies & small children. Shellie Lane 495-1732 Dog Obedience Classes every Thursday night. Experienced instructor. Problem dogs welcome. Also three week training for your dog. 495-1635 FOR SALE: Natural Pure Honey from Sachse APIARIES. 495-7021 Video tape record your wedding, party, show, special event or insurance in- ventory. Full color & sound. Reason- able prices. VIDEO 423-835 0 LOST: Ponderosa Calico female cat, from Trail. Reward 495-2343 Decorate your home with water color paintings. Framed originals in var- iety c. sizes. Ready to be hung.For more information call 495-1732 FOR :er s er, Sac* 3: Day- white < +95-7459 ^id set, 4- 'a rawer :orner or 530 table. 0942 $100. MA...

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

JULY 1981 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 15 ( city council ) June 22, 1981 Mayor Anderson opened the regular meeting at 7:30 PM. Councilman Scar- borough was absent. Mayor Anderson presented the former mayor, Tommy Roan with a plaque of appreciation for his past work with the city. James Bodiford, past councilman, will also receive a plaque; he i < ■ was not present. 1 City Secretary Alice Alex- ander explained to the coun- cil the new bookkeeping system she is setting up. Mr. Morgan of Alexander Grant & Co. explained their proposal for an end of year audit. His estimated cost would be between $2,500 and $2,800. Council will discuss this proposal in a work ses- sion before August 1, 1981. Mayor Anderson briefed the council on the water bill- ing. He explained that for several months this had been done by a computer. "There have been too many errors and the work is not satisfac- tory," Councilman Bailey said. Anderson stated that Mrs. Bailey would prepare the bills for ...

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

8ACH8E,TEXAS JULY 1Q01 Omni 55 cu INTRODUCES Something really special for all customers 55 years of age and above. To help battle the problems of inflation and today's economy, Garland Federal introduces OMNI 55—providing all the regular benefits of the interest-earning OMNI check account—PLUS the added bonus of NO MONTHLY SERVICE CHARGE. That's right— you pay no monthly service charge, and Garland Federal provides free personalized checks to give you further savings with OMNI 55 when you open your account. H you're 55 or above/ here's a summary of what you'll get with OMNI 55 at Garland Federal: • 5% inferos! on your chocking account fund, compoundod daily • Free personalized checks whan you oponyour account. • No monthly service charge • Free travolors cheques • Free money orders • Free notary services • Free bank by mail • No minimum balance To open your OMNI 55 account, a minimum opening deposit of *500 is all that's required. Drop by any of Garland Federal's four convenient loc...

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