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

SEPT 1061 SACMSE.TEX A8 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 9 GISD Elementary Dress Code At the close of 1980-81 school year, a change in the elementary dcess code was made. Effective this August, students in kindergarten, first, and second grades may wear shorts of modest length and fit; however, third, fourth, and fifth graders will not be permit- ted to wear shorts unless worn under other clothing. Shorts had previously been approved as appropriate dress for the students because of their physical education classes. Since all elementary schools now have air condi- tioned gymnasiums for PE ac- tivities, there is no longer the need for students in grades 3-5 to wear shorts to school. Ladies Auxiliary Has Patio Party The August 18 meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department was held at the lovely home of Larue Whatley at 5108 Nat- chez. Fifteen members and one guest, Miss Tricia Roberson of Denton (Ruby Sebesta's niece) met in the relaxed atmosphere of the patio. The meeting b...

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

PAGE 10 THE SACN8E SENTINEL 8ACH8E,TEXAS SEPT 1981 Calico Kids Senior Featurettes * r ■>. A Calico Kids Senior Featurettes who have been Southwest State depict the music from Empire Strikes Back. The girls are twirlers, and Regional Senior Team and Dance Twirl Champions for the flag corps members, drill team members and cheerleaders r-~*~ past five years consecutively are shown in costumes designed to various schools throughout the metroplex. om Library The Sachse Library (located in the City Hall building) has a wide range of books for both adults and children. The fol- lowing are brief descriptions of some of the newer adult books, both fiction and non-fiction For those who like WW spy thrillers, there are two good ones by Ken Follett. His last book, which has been on the best-seller list for several weeks, is "The Key to Rebec- c. ' which is set in North Airica in 1942. Field Marshal Romme! has encircled the British in a devastating cam- paign and seems unbeatable. His secret ...

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

SEPT 1981 SACHSE, TEXAS THE SACHSE 8EHTIHEL PAGE 11 Letter Read By Councilman Gordon On August 12, 1981, this Council met in closed session with Police Chief Gerald Morris, to discuss performance standards and appropriate cor- rective action. The council met fagain in closed session on the 21 Day of August, 1981 to discuss the effectiveness of the corrective actions and to review the performance of Chief Morris. It was agreed at that meeting to present the following Motion to the next regular council meeting here convened. Therefore, I present this Motion to support Mayor Anderson in dismissal of Gerald Morris from the Sachse Police Department and in the swearing of Mike Barrow as in- terim Chief of Police. Higher Mourning Dove Daily Limit Adopted PUBLIC HOTICES NOTICE OK PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given thai the City Council of the City of Sachse, Texas will hold a Public Hearing in the Sachse City Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Sep- tember 14, 1981 lo consider f inal Budget for...

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

PAGE 12 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE.TEXA8 8EPT 1981 1 GARLAND INDEPENDENT THURSDAY 1 SCHOOL DISTRICT MENU Plate Lunch I August 31 - Sept. 4 Spicey Dog/mustard Baked Beans 1 MONDAY Gelatin I Plate Lunch Milk-Choc. Milk-Fruit Juice I Pizza Other Items 1 Green Beans Lasagna 1 Chunky Applesauce Potato Salad 1 Milk-Choc. Milk-Fruit Juice Mixed Greens I Othfr Items Cottage Cheese Salad [ Ham Paltie Banana Pudding I Whole Kernel Corn Pumpkin Cake and Icing I Seasoned Green Beans ■ Pear half w/yellow cheese FRIDAY I Peach Cobbler Plate Lunch [ Brownie Pie Fried Fish/Catsup French Fries TUESDAY Snack Cake Plate Lunch Roll 1 Chicken Fried Beef Pattie/Gravy Milk-Choc. Milk-Fruit Juice 1 Creamed Potatoes Other Items I Seasoned English Peas Chili/Crackers S Roll - Liver and onions Milk-Choc. Milk-Fruit Juice Buttered Broccoli Other Items Seasoned Blackeyed Peas Beans and Franks English Pea Salad Carrot Rounds Cookies - Lemon Parfait Lettuce, tomato salad w/dressing Coconut & Choc. Cream Pie I...

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

SEPT 1081 sachse,texas THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 13 Hunting, Fishing Licenses Available AUSTIN - Hunting and fishing licenses for 1981-82 are available from most license outlets across the state, accor- ding to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. All hunting and fishing licenses expire at the same time, Aug. 31, each year, so sportsmen are reminded to ob- tain new licenses if planning to hunt or fish after that date. The department's free hun- ting and sport fishing regula- tions digests also are available now, officials said. Licenses are available at most sporting goods stores, tackle shops and at Parks and Wildlife Department offices. Buchanan & Jester Join Dalgle-Roan,Realtors Two long-time residents of Rowlett have recently joined the Daigle-Roan, Realtors team. Betty Buchanan and Nita Jester, familiar faces to most Rowlettites, are eager to use their knowledge in helping you to sell your home and finding the perfect new home for you at the right price. Betty Buchanan, ...

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

HHHMBMVMHMNBMHRMHHMMi PAGE 14 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE.TEX AS SEPT 1081 I\\ a.rve.1 I re/ eaf? wAttt- el* J you *kt r*y \« fli aJ %tt fVoM oui*t Spate. t Who w«. Ma**- kosTagCL AT o /r A ideovt WAere 5 kUeodi m 9 m i# .5 5 /h! /e5 irnivJt CL-ftir Marve.1 rhah ton* tk* i^gs to tAe pelite } rvnS jo- -w/aM. tAe rA*/^'' hidCOut OL t one. hvnJired **\i Its ctf h out ! - xs^X ° r ■ r, jr> f «■ lr— T. ^ is &_£ c^xthJ S-4-l GISD School Board Notes BOARD REJECTS PROPOSAL TO EXTEND SCHOOL DAY At its July 2nd meeting, the Board discussed the possibility of extending the school day for primary grades from 2:15 to 2:45 p.m. Since that meeting, the Administration discussed the proposal informally with a number of primary teachers, most of whom preferred the present schedule. On the other hand, the Superintendent's Task Force recommended in July that teachers be provided with more uninterrupted blocks of time for increased emphasis on the basic skills and time-on-task. This Task Force, as...

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

SEPT 1M1 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 15 (city council) CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Jerry Holmes ¥^2-3037 Septic Tank Cleaning & repair service Free estimates. Lavon, Texas L.Eo Buckley 853-363^ Video tape record your wedding, party, show, special event or insurance in- ventory,, Pull color & sound. Reason- able prices. MR. VIDEO 423-8350 Student needs ride to and from North Garland. ^95-T607 Help Wanted: Local Gable T.V. Sales Representatives. Ambition & presoi- vance & assets. Will train. Salary & commission with bonuses. Oall Larry for appointment. 5^2-5505 HAY FOR SALE. ^95-78^5 Child care in my home. Call Kathy 1^95-8998 MARY KAY CONSULTANT IN SACHSE FOR FREE FACIAL CALL JEAN KERBY ^95-137^ f AUGUST 24, 1981 Wanted: Ladies to introduce FOREVER LIVING AIDE VERA PRODUCTS to others Sparetime business opportunity. ^95-^4-2^-8 CASTLES CLEANED - The way you like it. Sach3e, Rowlett, Garland area. Reliable, responsible. D...

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

8ACH8E,TEXAS AUG. 1081 Omni 55 GARLAND FEDERAL SAVINGS 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 got with OMNI 55 at Garland Federal: • 5% interest on your checking account fund, compounded dally • Free porsonaliied checks when you openyour account. • No monthly service charge • Free travelers cheques • Free money orders • Free notary services • Free bank by mall • 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'...

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

SHEWS SEnim "Communicating With The Community" VOL. 9 * 10 SACHSE.TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY OCTOBER 1981 Texas Drivers Must Be Insured By Jan. 1,1982 Texas motorists will have to be covered by automobile liability insurance - and carry proof of it - by January 1, 1982. Under a law passed by the 67th Texas Legislature, all motorists who operate their vehicles primarily in Texas must carry liability insurance or otherwise show financial responsibility. The mandatory insurance law was one of several major bills affecting motoring and travel which the Legislature passed. Motor vehicle registra- tion fees were increased by $3.50 and the lawmakers took action to rehabilitate persons convicted of driving while in- toxicated. INDUSTRIAL PARK PART OF SACHSE'S GROWTH 1 SACHSE INDUSTRIAL PARK LOTS FOR SALE OWNERS TOMMY ROAN • CHARLES FOSTER 495-4444 495-1155 Sachse continuer to be on the move and one sign of great progress and growth is the Sachse In- dustrial Park located off Highway 7...

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

PAGE THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL THE SACHQE SENTINEL Newe A Advertising 530-1100 6500 Highway 78 SACHSE,TEXAS 75088 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- COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING ALSO AIR CONDITIONING J & O GARAGE JIM RANES AND OLYN PRESS (In 20 yaara) 276-5918 276-9362 235 Lavon Dr. Garland City Council Notes SEPTEMBER 14, 1981 In the absence of Mayor Anderson, Councilman Mardis opened the public hearing con- cerning the 1981-82 budget for the city at 7:50 p.m. Councilman Bailey read and explained to the audie...

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

OCT 1081 SACH8E,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 3 Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK There is still time to plant a few vegetables in your fall garden: until 10-2 parsley; un- til 10-16 garlic; until 10-30 English and sugar snap peas, spinach, turnips and turnip greens. Plant bareroot trees and shrubs (November through March). Plant balled-and- burlapped, and container- grown trees and shrubs (anytime). You may wish to save these planting schedules because there is no plan to repeat them anytime soon. The Texas Gardener (Mrs. Hazel McCoy, Editor) is an of- ficial publication of the Texas State Horticultural Society. In March 1979, Mrs. McCoy sug- gested a formula for preparing a cheap, but effective, home- made liquid fertilizer. It might be fun to try it. "Put two cups of fertilizer in a one gallon jug, fill with water, shake well, let set for 24 hours. You now have one gallon of concen- trate. Mix one tablespoon with one gallon of water when wa- tering house plants." (Use a h...

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

PAGE 4 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS OCT 1981 Tax Not Required On Prescribed Items AUSTIN, TX - State Comptroller Bob Bullock reminded Texans that sales tax is no longer due on any therapeutic device bought or rented by a person when it's prescribed by a doctor. "This exemption doesn't cover hot tubs," Bullock warn- ed. The change, authorized by the Legislature last spring, af- fects the buying or renting of oxygen equipment, devices which help reduce or eliminate pain and all therapeutic items obtained under a physician's prescription. Bullock said the Legislature also broadened the motor vehi- cle tax exemption to include vehicles modified for orthopedically-handicapped persons. The exemption now applies to modified vehicles whose primary use is to transport an orthopedically-handicapped person. Quail Bag Limits Higher Strong quail populations across most of the state prompted Texas Parks and Wildlife Commissioners to ap- prove higher than normal bag limits for the upcoming qua...

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

OCT 1081 SACHSE.TEX AS THE 9ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 5 New VA Law For Former POW'S Former prisoners of war who were incarcerated for as short a period as 30 days may now have certain disabilities accepted as having been incur- red in service without having to furnish medical proof of that fact, according to the Veterans Administration. The 30-day incarceration period (it used to be six months) is contained in legisla- tion recently enacted by Con- gress, which also waives the two-year period following ser- vice during which certain psychological disorders must manifest themselves in order to be service connected. These and other changes are contained in the "Prisoner of War Health Care Benefits Act of I98I", which was signed in- to law by President Reagan on August 14. The new law is designed to meet the needs of the estimated l()0,(X)0 former prisoners of war. A joint Veterans Administration-Department of Defense study in 1980 found these veterans have higher in- cidences of physical an...

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

PAGE 6 THE SACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS OCT 1081 Library The Sachse Library Board had an orientation meeting September 15. County librar- ian Mrs. Traphene Hickman showed a film on the duties and responsibilities of library trustees. She brought a packet of information for each trustee further explaining their duties and if you are as unsure as the trustees were about what these duties are, the following are a 4'ew of the major ones: (1) Set policy (hours, fines, service, expansion, etc.) (2) Employ a librarian (3) Set long and short term goals (4) Establish and support a planned program of public relations (5) Promote and support adequate funding of library- programs and plans for expan- sion of service and facilities (6) Reflect the needs and wishes of the community During the business pan of the meeting the board voted unanimously to: (l)form a Friends of the Library group and (2)purchase supplies to build more shelves wherever possible. Norma Miller is chairman of the committee ...

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

SACHSfc.TEXAS OCT «Mt THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 7 TGSLC Announces $100 Million In Loans Calico Kids Jazzettes Austin - The Texas Guaran- teed Student Loan Corpora- tion announced that over $100 million dollars in student loans had been guaranteed by the corporation since it began its administration of the guaran- teed student loan program for the state of Texas in January of this year. The corporation, TGSLC, was created by the Texas l egislature in 1979 as a public, nonprofit corporation to guarantee loans to college students made by private lenders in the GSI program. TGSLC was created, in part, to improve private lender par- ticipation in the guaranteed student loan program and to provide college students greater access to student loans. Joe L. McCormick, Executive Direc- tor of TGSLC, noted that the positive response of banks, savings and loan associations and credit unions throughout the state has been tremendous. McCormick pointed out that of the $ 1(X) million dollars guarante...

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

PAGE 8 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS OCT 1981 SUNNY SACHSE STARTS SECOND SEASON I . 'Tuwm ' * A i \ a mm EVERYONE GETS TO HELP : Homemaker members from 1. to r.: Cassie Goudeau, Shirley Scarborough, Janice Harris, Mary Ann Barnett, and Ruth Franklin help make "Sausage Cheese Balls" that were served at their September meeting Can't get ketchup out of a new bottle? Insert a drinking straw, push to bot- tom and then remove. Enough air will be admitted to start the ketchup flowing. Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club met for their first meeting for the 1981-82 year on Wednesday morning, September 9, at 9:00 at the Community Center. The first meeting for the club's second year was a very successful one. Most members and four guests, Cassie Goudeau, Lea Mcknight, Edith Bailey and Alice Cox attended. The club's treasurer, Jean- nette Maher, had moved to California during the summer and Gail Stewart had accepted the treasurer position along with that of secretary. Plans were made for the county...

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

OCT 1981 SACH8E, TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 9 LADIES AUXILIARY PLAN CHILI SUPPER Seventeen members of the l adies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department met at City Hall at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, the 15th of September and car- pooled into Richardson to the Arista Restaurant for their an- nual "eat out". A short business meeting was held and plans were made for the October Chili Supper- Bingo Party. l ast year's party was a big success and to ac- commodate the larger crowd expected, the party will be at the Fire Station this year. The Chili-Bingo Party is one of the occasions during the year when auxiliary members are encouraged to bring their husbands, and all firemen and their wives are invited. This is a good time to get acquainted and to let the firemen know they are special to Sachse. Members of the Sachse Fire Department are all volunteers. They are Joe Stone, Chief, Ken Ashley, Charles Smith, Pat Longacre, Jack Yates, Leslie Green, Philip Littlefield, I.arry Landrum, Devon...

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

page 10 the sachse sentinel sach8e,tex a$ oct County Wide Homemakers Meeting Successful SSHC PLAN BAZAAR Sachse and Garland Homemakers hosted more than 50 members of 13 clubs which was represented at the business meeting and luncheon that was held in Sachse on Thursday Sept.2k Ted s Floor & Decor FUUY INSTALLED** 495-7249 fr°m to $29.95 §q. yd Call For Estimates WE SHOW SAMPLES IN YOUR HOME * BRAND NAMES AT A SAVINGS * HOME IMPROVEMENTS FINANCING AVAILABLE WOVEN WOODS MINI BLINDS CUSTOM DRAPES WALLPAPER 6200 hwy 78 sachse I Mot***Ca>d I VISA Itlurphy Country fkir October 17 Com* Fti'r' Pickin • * 5/ ./w. - 7 I Calico kitchen- Artsttnfii- kiJl &*«•(&• Dr.v;«jS Uf frizti- Cf'Js Birthdays HAPfY BIRTHDAY DADDY Love from : Jay 85 Mama HAPPY BIRTHDAY Michael Tilley From: Jay King Sunny Sachse Homemakers will have a crafts bazaar in the Richardson Square Mall starting at 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. The event will be on Saturday, October 17. Members of the club have been busy m...

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

OCT 1981 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 11 (city council) SEPTEMBER 28,1981 Mayor Jim Anderson opened the regular council meeting at 7:30 p.m. with all councilmembers present. One bill for payment of 57,276.04 to the City of Garland for water was tabled. Damage to Mr. Koscheski's :ar due to roads was on the agenda again as promised. Anderson stated he had checked and the ditch in ques- tion had been done by Roan and Foster. They will be con- tacted about the damages. Bob Sewell, assistant superintendent of G1SD outlined the school bus situa- tion in Sachse. "Four buses cover this area and over- crowding is a concern of ours," Mr. Sewell said. Councilman Mardis said his only concern was the over- crowding, and that it seemed to have settled down some now. Mr. Sewell explained that school bus #4 carries 47 students, #10 carries 62, #16 carries 43 and # 11 carries 65 students and the state has rated each bus with a capacity of 71. "122 of these are elementary students and we wil...

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

PAGE 12 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS OCT 1 98 1 Shark News by KAREN STINNETT We had 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Webb was leading 12 to 6. Sellers has the ball, their receiver goes out for the pass but, Webb intercepts. Now it's all over and the end of the game still shows Webb 12, Sellers 6. BUT we've still got spirit. Webb watch out, we could see you in the finals yet! That's the latest on the Webb-vs-Sellers football game. It was a disappointing loss but the Sellers Sharks will come back to defeat the rest. Come see us - we would love to see you at our games. The schedule for October and November is: KaroN's Kasuals Has Drawing DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME Oct. 6 Memorial Williams 7:00 PM Oct. 13 Bussey Williams 7:00 PM Oct. 20 Sam Houston Memorial 5:30 PM Oct. 27 Jackson Williams 7:00 PM Nov. 3 O'Banion Memorial 5:30 PM Nov. 10 Brandenburg Williams 5:30 PM We'd also like you to come see our fantastic volleyball team. Here's our schedule and team: (all games on Wedne...

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