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

5HCH5 VOL. 6 * 12 SACHSE,TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY DECEMBER 1981 "Communicating With The Community" Speaker At Reserves Banquet RESERVES CELEBRATES SECOND YEAR Library Plan Christmas Vacation Activities During Christmas vacation, on December 22 and December 29, there will be special children's activities from 4:00 to 5:00 during regu- lar library hours. There will be snacks, games, stories and films. Chil- dren can be dropped off during this time, there will be volunteers present to assist the librarian, Joyce Koscheski. Remember to mark your calendar and bring or send your kids to the Sachse library for one or both of these special hol- iday activities. LIBRARY HOURS: TUES. & THURS. 3:30 - 6:30 SATURDAY 10:00 - 4:00 INTRODUCED AS 'TRULY THE FIRST LADY OF DALLAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER NANCY JUDY SPEAKS TO SACHSE POLICE RESERVES Lions To Show Cowboy Film At the regular meeting of the Sachse Lions Club on Thursday, Dec. 10, a film highlight of the 1980 Dallas Cowboys football ...

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

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

DEC 1981 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 3 Report Presented On Students Attitude Surveys GARLAND FEDERAL OPENS NEW CORPORATE OFFICES Dr. Bill McKinney presened the results of the 1980-81 Stu- dent Attitude Surveys. A ran- dom sample of 12% of each grade in each middle school and high school took the sur- vey. The findings of the middle school survey include: l) 82.6% of those surveyed liked the school "somewhat" or "a great deal." 2) The classroom's appearance was important (64.4%) to the learning situa- tion. 3) 68.8% fell the grading system was "fine like it is" and a little less than half responded that "B" was the grade that they received most often. 4) 45.7% believed the schools tried new programs too slowly while 39.9% believed the pace to be "at about the right rate." 5) Almost three-fourths of the students (73.7%) felt that their teachers were "somewhat in- terested" (43.6%) or "very in- terested" (30.1%) in their pro- gress. 6) When asked to rate their schools, most s...

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

.: >. SACHSE, TEXAS SENTINEL THE SACHSE PA GE FIRE ANTS A PROBLEM Fire ants have become a real problem and con- tinues to grow in Dallas County. The cool wea- ther ahead of us will cause a decrease in their activity level and spread. Mark Trostle, fire ant specialist at Texas Department of Agri- culture reports his de- partment is currently working on plans to make Imported Fire Ant Control Material avail- able to interested coun- ties during the spring of 1982. Commissioner Nancy Judy said the most effec- tive chemical recom- mended to control fire ants is AMDRO, but a supply from state sources will not be available until next spring. Dallas County has a severe problem and rates very high on the list for distribution of a supply in the spring of 1982. "If citizens find it nec- essary to apply the chem- ical before that time," Ms. Judy said, "they should follow instruc- tions on the package and in addition always use it when the ground is dry." North Side Sharpening Service - Sal...

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

DEC 1981 SACHSE.TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 5 8-Pointers Bagged By Sachse Residents WEEKEND i 1 SAT. a SUN. before 2nd MONDAY I BEGINNING DECEMBER 12 A 13 ! ,N JANUARY | WE WILL BE OPEN | THE FIRST LOCATED BETWEEN , SAT. & SUN. SACHSE A WYLIE on HWY.78 j 0F EACH MONTH Garage Sales & Public Welcome $3.00 PER DAY FOR INFORMATION CALL BETWEEN 6:00 A 10:00 PM 442-2181 MINI-BIKES BICYCLES GO-CARTS Sales & Service Repairs n & e Enterprises 213 E. Buckingham Garland CALL ART or DON This time the big one did not get away. Tom D'Jock of 6404 Hilltop, Sachse shows off this 8 point white tail deer that field dressed out at 154 pounds. D'Jock drove 1100 miles straight through from northwest Wiscon- sin last Saturday where he got his trophy deer while it was on the run. Tom returns to Wis- consin each year to visit family and to hunt. "This is the first big one that I have got," he sail This has been a good year for Sachse deer hun- ters; Ken Ashley of 2709 McDearmon, Sachse a...

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

HE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE.TEXAS DEC 1981 New Arrivals M AXFIELD Bruce and Dianne Maxfield, 3216 Sachse Road in Sachse are happy to announce the ar- rival of their son, Bruce An- thony. He arrived on October 3, 1981 and weighed 8 pounds 12 ounces and was 23 inches long. Mrs. Maxfield had decided to have their baby at home and was attended by Barbara Cook of Dallas who is a Certified Nurse Midwife. Welcoming her brother was Christina who is I Vi years old. Proud grandparents are Bill and Joan Brunet of Sachse and Pernice Maxfield of Dallas. Birth announcements, weddings, death notices, church activities, birthdays, and club news are printed without any charge in the SACHSE SENTINEL. If you would like any news items printed, call the news- paper Sachse Scenes NOVEMBER BIRTH- DAYS TO REMEMBER: celebrating their 85th were Lena Stone on Nov. 21, and Charlie Mae Sachse on Nov. 22 . . . Celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary on Nov. 15, with an open house at Sachse Christian Church were...

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

DEC 1981 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 7 Public Hunting Lands Leaflet Available A revised edition of the Texas Parks and Wildlife De- partment's popular leaflet "Acres For the asking" is now available, officials announced. The free leaflet lists most public hunting areas in the state, with addresses and tele- phone numbers. The listings include property owned by paper and timber companies, national forests, National Park Service recreation areas, na- tional wildlife refuges, state forests, river authorities and the U.S. Army Corps of En- gineers. To obtain the leaflet write the Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744, or call toll-free 1-800-792-1112. P. D. TRAFFIC REPORT Police Chief Mauldin reported for November that six arrests were made, three for public intoxication, one DWI and two traffic. Chief Mauldin investigated one thief, two auto accidents and made three sick calls. Seven traffic citations were also issued Chief Mauldin said. •■...

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

PAGE 8 THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL 8ACHSE,TEXAS DEC "198T ft I "HOLIDAY REFLECTION* PRESENTED TO AUXILIARY Sixteen members of the Ladies Auxiliary and one guest met Tuesday, November 17, at the Community Center to con- duct business and hear Ms. Debbie Dennon's presentation of "Holiday Reflections." Ms. Dennon is a representative of Lone Star Gas Co. in Garland. The program featured a variety of holiday baked good- ies packaged in very appealing ways to accent the holiday season ahead. Instructions were given on how to make a Christmas tree centerpiece with tunnels and a holiday wreath made with clothes pins. Recipe booklets were handed out to each lady present. Plans were made to prepare a Christmas basket to present to a needy Sachse family at Christmas time. If you would like to help with this project contact Kay Ashley at 495-1119. Nominating Committee Chairman Bonnie Longacre presented a slate of officers for the new year. Accepted by ac- claimation were: President, Sylvia Yates; Vice ...

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

dec 1081 sachse,texaST the 8achse sentinel page 9 Sunny Sachse Homemakers GENERIC DRUGS TOPIC OF PROGRAM Bonnie Tiongacre presented the November program to the Sachse Homemakers members Members of the Sunny Sachse Homemakers club met for their monthly meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 11. Attendance for the meeting was low due to ill- ness and some members being out of town. The club was hap- py to receive two new mem- bers, l.ula Rasure and Sonnie Scott. Vice President Janet Hughs conducted a short business meeting and reported that the ba/aars which the club held in October were a big success. She thanked all members and said the success was due to the many hours and hard work that the members put into making craft items for this event. Members voted to donate a portion of the money which was raised toward a scholarship fund. Bonnie Longacre, club member, presented the month- ly progam, a very interesting and informative review on Generic Drugs. Bonnie spent a lot of tim...

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

PAGE 10 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE.TEX AS DEC 1981 SHOWTIME "KRAMER VS. KRAMER", • "THE ELECTRIC HORSE- MAN", BROADWAY'S "WORKING", AND FULL- DAY FAMILY CHRISTMAS FARE HEAD SHOWTIME'S DECEMBER SLATE SACHSE, TEXAS-An ex- ceptional selection of major motion pictures and a talented array of performers headline December's schedule on SHOWTIME. The diverse en- tertainment on the national premium television service this month ranges from a Broad- way musical celebration of the American worker to an even- ing of unusual variety acts from Egypt. Also on SHOW- TIME this month is the risque and often hilarious Pat Collins, "The Hip Hynotist"; three outrageous comedy series; and on Christmas, a full day of family films and specials. Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep, Robert Redford, Jane Fonda, George C. Scott, and Marlon Brando head the roster of stars appearing on SHOW- TIME in December's block- buster films. This non-stop selection of quality programm- ing is offered 24 hours a day, seven days a...

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

DEC 1981 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 11 EXTRA n ! 4^ Z>y , CHRISTfllAS SAVE TO SAVE Salvage Merchandise SOME DAMAGED NEW .... Still in boxes TOY TOY 1MMM0 TO SELECT FROM 3' S? i CWijjiciftl V\feve Got Em... All Sizes... Great Shapes... CHRISTMAS TREES A BIG SELECTION # ■in ■j^ £ . IB ? TREE DECORATIONS 4 Baby FURNITURE BASIC ASSORTMENT OF BABY S NEEDS iii PW % ? OPEN: Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Until Christmas 6500 Hwy. 78 Sachse K & S Enterprises 495-1376

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

PAGE 12 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE.TEXAS DEC 1081 f 1 Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK By the time you read this, all Christmas trees shipped to North Central Texas, in 1981, will have arrived. Christmas trees displayed at nurseries are as fresh as they will ever be. One of the most important rules for keeping a Christmas tree fresh is to buy early. As soon as a tree is cut nature begins to seal the very small channels in the trunk. This makes it impossible for the trunk to take up water and translocate it to the branches and needles. Almost any tree will remain adequately fresh until after Christmas even if purchased during the first week of December. . . if it is fresh at the time of purchase. Freshness can be improved if a couple of inches is cut off of the trunk before it is deco- rated. This will remove the clogged channels and provide open channels that can trans- locate water. If possible put the tree in a specially designed tree holder sufficiently large to permit th...

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

DEC 1081 SACHSE.TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 13 ( city council ) NOVEMBER 30,1981 Mayor Anderson opened a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. to consider a proposed zoning change from the present C-l, C-2, and R^4 to planned development on 26.11 acres of land. Tommy Roan, developer of Brookview Estates presented his plan to the council and re- quested the zoning change. Roan said the plan would have 3 acres retail business, 4.4 acres multi-family, 43 residential lots and 21 duplex lots. This pro- perty is in the R. McCullough survey. I'&Z had recommended this plan to the council for their ap- proval. Anderson asked if anyone from the audience would like to comment; no one commented. Public hearing closed 7:40 p.m. The mayor opened the council meeting, all coun- cilinen were present except Scarborough. Council approved the preliminary plat for Brookview Nates. I Council also approved Or dinance #306 with some amendments. (his ordinance abandoned four alleys, I irst St. south of llighwa...

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

PAGE 14 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE.TEXAS DEC 1981 "SAVE ENERGY SAFELY" WITH COAL & WOOD STOVES! Coal and wood burning stoves are in, and burn injuries are increasing The U S Consumer Product Safety Commission, which keeps tabs on injuries to adults and children caused by consumer products says that some 9,800 people were rushed to hospital emergency rooms last year to treat burns suffered from contact with coal and wood stoves and free standing fireplaces. There were also reports of house fires triggered by improperly maintained or in- stalled stoves CPSC notes that a number of accident patterns have developed since the return to popularity of the stoves: • Improper placement in the home. Extremely hot flues and stoves can set fire to nearby walls, floors and fur- nishings A minimum 3-foot clearance is recommended by the National Fire Protection Association on all sides of stoves that do not carry certification by a recognized test- ing organization. No stove should be installed...

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

dec 1081 SACHSE,TEXAS the sachse sentinel page 15 CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wiring„ Call jerry Holmes kk2-3037 YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE ! Castles cleaned spic & span. Reliable, responsible. Donna 49^-3262 "Thanks Sachse for all you have done for Mark & Inez Hancock" * NEED BUSINESS CARDS ? Contact The Sachse Sentinel 6^00 Highway 73, Sachse 530-1100 Alternations, light sewing, button holes, hems. Reasonable, Free estimates. Call Betty ^95-1176 Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experienced with babies & small children. Shellie Lane ^95-1782 Early American couch, matching chairs and end tables. Excellent condition. $300.00. ^95-25^7 Gretsch guitar - super axe with hard shell case, like new. $375.00 or best offer. bb2-2l62 CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Handmade wallets and belt buckles. ^95-1388 Do you need someone to love & care for your newborn baby while you work ? ^95-9321 Sachse Now open in Garland. Motivational ...

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

PAGE 10 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACH8E.TEX AS DEC 1981 How to earn 4 J: <>• interest and not share a cent ( k . •• v. '.V - v . %v. r; • •' *« ' . - * V. , >'« .K. . , ■ ji !- P • ' i.- -• ***••' •>,.•• • -;l. . Jt. - . . . ' ' • ' ' , ' O . . . \-£ GARLAND FEDERAL OFFERS 8.34% INTEREST ON NEW ALL-SAVERS CERTIFICATES Unlike many of the Money Market Certifieates, you no longer need thousands of dollars to earn high interest. Purchase this new 12-month Tax Savers Certificate for as little as $500. (There is a penalty for early withdrawal.) NO TAX ON INTEREST You will not have to pay tax on the interest from this certificate—a total of $1,000 on individual tax returns and $2,000 on joint returns. UNPRECEDENTED HIGH YIELDS Because of the tax advantages of this certificate, you are able to earn higher interest than ever before. And your certificate is insured to $100,000 by FSLIC. CONVERT YOUR MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE If you currently have a 6-month Money Market Certificate at Ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

THE SRCHSE SEflTinEl "Communicating With The Community" VOL. 7 SACHSE,TEXAS 539-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY JANUARY 1082 Santa Helps Kids Trim City's Tree Lone Star Files Rate Increase The Mayor and City Hall wish to thank all the families who came to see Santa arrive at City Hall on Sunday, December 13, 1981. Despite the cold and rain a large crowd turned out to see Santa arrive by Fire Truck with umbrella in hand. Each child, bundled in warm cloth- ing and assisted by San- ta, hung Christmas or- naments, some of which they had brought from home, on the City Christmas Tree. The tree was donated by a gener- ous citizen. Santa spoke with each child and each received a stocking filled with goodies to take home. Following Santa's depar- ture to the North Pole, refreshments were served to all that were present. Coffee and punch were £| served by Cindy Ander- son, the mayor's wife. Cookies baked by Cindy and Floy Faye Bailey were also served. This trimming of the City Christmas Tree, which wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

PAGE t THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE.TEXAS JAN 1982 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL News 8 Advertising 530-1100 6500 Highway 78 SACHSE.TEXAS 75008 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- What you should know about the energy-efficient heat pump. lu&i-hi l L CT nog bkrMtr Urvt fUM Mw\ Central heating and air conditioning sys- tems don't last forever. So if you have to replace your present system, think about an cnergy- efficient heat pump. The heat pump is a single cooling and heating unit. In the summer, the heat pump ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

JAN 1982 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 3 Gardening-Texas Style BY: SIDNEY Z. PARK Squaw Creek Opening Lives Up To Billing Almost every month the Dallas Water Utilities in- cludes a 'billet-doux' with my water bill. Most of the memo- randa are not the kind one wishes to keep. . . but, occa- sionally a jot of worthwhile information is imparted. Here is a quote, . . Winter kill occurs when freezing weather and dry winds eva- porate more moisture from outdoor plants than their root system can replace. (Good information but the process is not quite that sim- ple.) If it hasn't rained recently, and a dry freeze is expected, water your soil. This will help your plants de- fend themselves against harsh weather". This is an excellent suggestion and should be fol- lowed - with one small addi- tion - be sure you thoroughly water all foliage of every plant, as well as the soil. Pro- fessional nursery people have been watering before a freeze for as long as most of us can remember. For t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

PAGE 4 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JAN 1082 New Sales Tax Requirements AUSTIN, Tex.--State Comptroller Bob Bullock reported that about 1,000 Texas merchants need to be aware of new sales tax re- quirements on credit sales which went into effect January 1. The new law affects mer- chants who make installment sales of taxable items, include the amount of sales tax due in the outstanding balance and keep their books on the "cash" basis of accounting. According to the new law, a part of the interest paid on the sales tax portion of credit sales will be taxable. This additional amount is to be reported and remitted when the regular sales tax return is filed. If the interest on the sales tax and the unpaid balance are the same - - and the rate is 18 percent or less - - the state gets half the interest on the sales tax portion of the total amount be- ing financed. If the rate is more than 18 percent, the state gets all in- terest on the sales tax amount above 9 percent. For example, a...

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