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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

mm JAN 1 082 SACHSE.TEX AS THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 6 Sachse Court Report Judge Spies opened Sachse's court on December 29 with 18' offenders on the court docket. Four offenders who had posted bonds for a total of $347.00 were not present. Cases were closed and bonds were forfeited. Driving 80 MPH in a 50 MPH zone cost a speeder $106.00 and a fine of $64.00 was imposed on another of- fender for speeding 61 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. It pays not to run a stop sign as it cost him $46.00 when an offender failed to stop at one. A fine totaling $115.00 was given for passing in an intersec- tion, following too close and with no driver's license in possession. Complaint for a dog run- ning loose charges were drop- ped by the complainant, but not without a strong talk from the judge. Fines of $56.00 each on two high grass violations were given by the judge and $106.00 in fines was imposed for burning without a permit. Eight offenders failed to answei citations. They will be cited for failure to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

PAGE 6 THE SACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JAN 1982 Scenes From Christmas December was one of the most entertaining and busiest months of 1981 for the city and all organizations in Sachse. The Sentinel regrets that all pictures which they took at these holiday events were lost. Several citizens who also took pictures offered the newspaper their prints to use and The Sentinel thanks them. Pictures which are on this page are courtesy of: Kathy D'Joch, Bonnie Longacre and Becky Rotan. Santa passed out stuffed stockings to all children who were at the open house Kay Ashley was presented an appreciation plaque by Chief Joe Stone at the Fire Department Christmas Dinner. The plaque and a single red rose was from the men of the department to show their appre- ciation to Kay for her outstanding work on operating the radio at the station during fires and other emergencies Fire Dept. Christmas Scenes /, Wi V L

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

' JAN 1982 SACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 7 .* Open House At City Hall (I Above Santa is shown arriving atop the fire truck during the rain to help the children trim the City's Christmas tree AUXILIARY'S CHRISTMAS PARTY The warmth of the holiday season was shared by twenty- two members of the Ladies Auxiliary in one of the loveliest Christmas parties ever. LaRue Whatley welcomed the Auxiliary into her home which was beautifully deco- rated to fit the occasion. The variety of salads and desserts brought by the members made for very good eating, and in some cases "over eating". The short business meeting was to discuss the holiday cheer baskets to be made and delivered to six of our senior citizens. Cheer Chairman Bonnie Longacre reported that presi- dent elect Sylvia Yates was home from the hospital and recuperating nicely. She also reported that our postal car- rier Minor Nickens had sur- gery and was doing well. Officers for 1982 were in- stalled by outgoing President Thelma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

PAGE 8 THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL SACH8E,TEXAS JAN 1982 Spillman-Hutson m Special occasion? We carry a huge selection of flowers and arrange- ments. Call on us today! 3 LOCATIONS New Arrivals North Star Florist 301 N. Star Rd. Garland We Wire Flowers 24 HOUR PHONE 276-6956 OR 494-2718 MRS. JOHN SPILLMAN Alecia Hutson of Richard- son exchanged wedding vows with John Spillman of Piano on the eve of December 27 in the Messiah Lutheran Church of Richardson. The Rev. Al Cline officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Jerry and Nancy Hutson and Sandra Meredith. Alecia is the oldest of twin granddaughters of Lee and Cleo Hutson of Sachse and Floyd and Jean Klee of Quitman. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride's maid of honor was her twin sister, Elaine Hutson. Bridesmaids were Rose Ann Anderson; Janet McMullen; Susan Waldon, the bride's aunt; Alison Hutson, sister of the bride; and Karen Belt, aunt of the bride Jimmy Adkins was best man and groomsmen . were Ned Smith...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

I JAN 1982 SACHSE, TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 9 CROSSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1890 114 EAST SIDE OE THE SQUARE DOWNTOWN GARLAND Phone <-l4l 276-9568 GARLAND, TEXAS Rowlett Florist & Gifts « * Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts Wire Service Visa * Master Charge We Deliver American Express * Diner's Club 3830 Main Street (2 story building by the fire station) Shirley and Linda 475-2098 We'll bring the best sale in town right to your living room. •CUSTOM DRAPERIES •K1RSCH WOVEN WOODS •MINI-BLINDS • CARPET • BEDSPREADS • J ,^0** ll\1l!tl>llMH¥MV 1 Vu-r.rtinc 1 V n tc,iture* • li .uiiiful M-UxlH'ii.«! I>v vlll.llltN 1 'I ■ "fllllljtcd « h.«-M tr< >m And •II .mi pf.Oikt* .if |«u.iMntcvJ' 867-0103 If you sprain your ankle, elevate it and apply an ice bag or cold cloths immediately. Applying a pressure bandage will help reduce the swelling. Also, see your doctor to make sure you didn t break anything. Playing 'Po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

PAGE 10 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE, TEXAS JAN 1082 Dumplings With Surprise Center Make Interesting Side Dish The puffy, tender goodness of dumplings has long been a favorite in Southern homes. Most often served topping chicken or another favorite main-dish casserole, Cheese Dumplings in Tomato Sauce is an interesting variation of this long-time favorite. The dumplings, with a surprise center of melted Ched- dar cheese, are steamed in a rich stewed tomato sauce. They are a perfect accompaniment with fried chicken (hot or cold), pork chops or as a nice change of pace with barbecue. To get out of the hot kitchen fast, make the dumplings from Bisquick® baking mix which has buttermilk in the mix. Simply stir in milk and shredded cheese, knead and roll out. Cut dough into rounds and wrap around more shredded cheese. Steam for 15 minutes in tomato mix- ture for a deliciously different side dish. CHEESE DUMPLINGS IN TOMATO SAUCE 3 tablespoons margarine or butter 3 tablespoons chopped onion ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

JAN 1082 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 11 CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wiring. Call Jerry Holmes. 442-3037 YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE I ! Castles cleaned spic & span. Reliable, responsible. Donna 4-94-3262 Responsible Sachse teenarer would like to baby sit. Experienced with babies & small children. Shellie Lane 4-95-1732 Calves for sale. $80.00 and up. Discount Feeds. 495-4403 FOR SALE: Thoroughly reconditioned copiers. $125.00 - $995-00. Day 340-0426. Night 495-5263, 348-1228 * WART) rrHtSTITESS CARDS ? * Contact The Sachse Sentinel newspaper 65OO Highway '(Qf Suehse. 530-1100 HANKY'S AUTO MOT.IVE - Reliable work at reasonable rates. All makes and models. 6615 Industrial Pork ft 1 Sachse. 530-051.4 MARY KAY CONSULTANT For Free Complimentary Facial and Reorders. Call 495-1376 PUBLIC NOTICE Lone Star Gas Company, in accordance with Section 43(a) of Article 1446c VA.T.C.S., hereby gives notice of the Company's intent to implem...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1982

PAGE 12 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS jAN 1982 How to earn up to $2,000 interest and not share a cent with the IRS. GARLAND FEDERAL OFFERS 10.16% INTEREST ON NEW ALL-SAVERS CERTIFICATES Unlike many of the Money Market Certificates, 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 FSL1C. CONVERT YOUR MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE If you currently have a 6-month Money Market Certificate at Garland Federal, you can convert this to the new Tax-Free Certificates without penalty. This means additional savings oil your income tax an...

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

THE SACHSE SEIiTinEI "Communicating With The Community" VOL. 7 SACHSE.TEX AS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY FEBRUARY 1982 Public Invited to Town Meeting A town meeting on protecting your home from burglaries will be held at the Sachse City Hall on Thursday, Feb- ruary 18, at 7:30 p.m.. Wayne Mauldin, chief of Sachse police depart- ment will speak and an- swer any questions ex- plaining how you as a homeowner can work with the police depart- ment and help prevent home break-ins. "Our home burglaries are very few in Sachse," Chief Mauldin said, "but I would like for there to be none." The public is invited to this crime stopper meeting and learn more about how to help pre- vent home break-ins. In- formation concerning the meeting can be ob- tained by calling the Sachse Police Dept. at 495-2005. Chief Mauldin has reported that the police department made 26 calls from Jan. 1 to Jan. 28 and that nine warrants were served plus 23 court citations for traffic viola- tions. Free Tax Counseling F...

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

PAGE t THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE, TEXAS FEB 1082 THE QACHQE SENTINEL New* A Advertising 830-1100 6500 Highway 78 SACHSE,TEXAS 75098 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month Publisher L Editor Joe J &. Pat Stone \ny erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Sachse Sentinel wiH gladly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor Signed articles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessaru> those of the editors deadlines for the next issue of the sachse sentinel -20th. Of Each Month- HEXT MONTH NEWSPAPER WILL BE DELIVERED MARCH 5 City Council Notes JANUARY 11. 1982 Mayor .Anderson opened regular council meeting ai 7:38 p.m. with all councilmen atten- ding. Joe Gandy, representing Lone Star Gas Co. asked the council for a customer rate in- crease m the City of Sachse. He explained this would be a 4.76 percent increase for Sac...

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

sgtfMMMHMBHMI FEB 1 982 SACHSE.TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 3 (city council) JANUARY 25, 1982 Mayor Anderson opened the regular council meeting at 7:30 p.m. with all members present. Dan Scarborough had sub- mitted a letter of resignation from the council, effective Jan. 11, 1982. Council members ac- cepted the letter of resignation from Scarborough. Next agenda item was to fill the vacancy on the council. Ruby Sebesta was nomi- nated to fill this vacancy, (no other names were submitted). Council approved. Ruby Sebesta was sworn in as a member of the council by City Attorney G.H. Kelso. Jack Yardley, owner of 18.7 acres of land on Miles Rd. had requested of the council to be permitted to build an 8 horse stable barn on his property with office and tack room space. Mr. Yardley was ad- vised that building a barn first without a home would be in violation of city ordinances, and that the city ordinance on- ly permits two horses. Council referred Mr. Yard- ley to the Board of Ad- just...

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

SACH8E,TEXAS FEB 1082 CHARLES CANNON FILES FOR COMMISSIONER CHARLES CANNON Charles Cannon, Jr., former City Councilman from Gar- land, a a thirty-year resident and businessman of North East Dallas County announced that he has filed for Commis- sioner of District 2 of Dallas County in the Democratic Primary. Mr. Cannon is a former owner of a utility construction company and is currently in the consulting business. Cannon served on the Gar- land City Council four years from 1970 to 1974. Charles Cannon is a veteran and is very active in veteran af- fairs, having served both as president of the Greater Dallas Veterans Council and the Board of Directors of the Veterans County Service Of- ficers, with two years as presi- dent. He has held offices in the Veterans of Foreign War? in- cluding five times as 5076 Garland commander in the last 25 years. He is a past state commander of the VFW and BICYCLES MINI-BIKES GO-CARTS Sales & Service Repairs fl&E Enterprises 213 E. Buckingham Ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

FEB 1982 8ACH8E.TEX AS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE S NANCY JUDY FILES FOR COMMISSIONER 1 NANCY JUDY What you should know about the energy- efficient heat pump. L_ia L-J£ fjtontr Un t tktlclii Central heating and air conditioning sys- tems don't last forever. So if you have to replace your present system, think about an energy- efficient heat pump. The heat pump is a single cooling and heating unit In the summer, the heat pump is an efficient air conditioner and delivers cool air. In the winter, the heat pump switches and pro- vides warm air. The heat pump uses electricity effi- ciently because it delivers about two units of heat for each unit of energy it uses during the heating season. Year-round the heat pump is the most efficient combination c(X)ling and heating system available today. Consider the energy-saving facts and call Texas Power & Light for more information. We'd like to help you learn more about the energy-efficient heat pump. TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-pay...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

lACHftB,TEXAS FEB 1*82 HOMEMAKERS PRESENTED PROGRAM ON ASSERTIVE RIGHTS Forms Distributed To Garland Students Thirteen members and guests attended the January meeting of the Sachse Home- makers. Two guests, Karen Williams of Sachse and Bonnie Longacre's aunt, Virginia Red- dicliffe from Houston attended the meeting. The Thought for the Day, which was titled "I've Said 'Yes' Once Too Often" was read by Thelma Stanton and is printed at the end of this arti- cle. Presenting the monthly pro- gram was Dallas County Ex- tension Agent, Margaret Guy. Margaret gave a very in- teresting and rewarding pro- gram on "Assertive Rights", explaining that "You Have the Right to Judge Your Own Be- havior, Thoughts and Emo- tions." Door prizes were won by Sonnie Scott and winning raf- fle prizes were Cassie Goudeau, Pat Stone and Bon- nie Longacre. Bonnie gave her prize, a beautiful green plant, to her aunt to take home with her. Next month's meeting of the Homemakers will be on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

FEB 1082 ftA6H«K,T*XAt THE 8ACH8I 81 AUXILIARY PLANS 1982 CALENDAR Sachse Ladies Auxiliary held their first meeting of the new year on January 19, at the Community Center with 17 members and guests Kathryn Crane and Sendy Hock auen- ding. President Sylvia Yates called the meeting to order and in- troduced the guest speaker, Fire Chief Joe Stone. Chief Stone spoke to the ladies on the Fire Department's "Goals for 1982", explaining that two major goals have al- ready been realized - the new addition to the fire station and the purchase of the new fire truck. He said the new goals are: (1) To increase the man- power of the fire department, and that in turn would also in- crease the auxiliary's member- ship. (2) Purchase of extra new equipment for the new fire truck. To help provide needed funds for this equipment Chief Stone said that the firemen are planning to host another Pan- cake Breakfast and Bar-B- Que. Chief Stone expressed the Fire Department's thanks for their past help and f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

PAGE 8 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS FEB 1982 Yearly Report During the year of 1981 three hundred and fifty-one citations were issued by the police department of Sachse. The fire department issued nine and the water department issued one. These three hundred and sixty-one citations would have cost the offenders a total of $14,953, if all were found guil- ty and/or paid the fines which are set in the ordinance of fine rates. Shown is a list of police of- ficers issuing citations. When two officers were patroling together, both officers signed the citation. POLICE DEPT. Stienki 73 Sarlay 66 McKnight 11 Hume 9 Wallace 9 Hutchinson 8 Click 5 Long 3 Morris 2 Compton 1 Barrow 1 Sarlay/Wallace 56 Sarlay/Stienki 22 Sarlay/Hutchinson 8 Sarlay/Hume 4 Sarlay/McCauley 4 Sarlay/Click 2 Sarlay/Long 1 Sarlay/Barrow 1 Wallace/Stienki 31 Wallace/Click 4 Wallace/Hume 2 Stienki/Hutchinson 11 Stienki/Compton 1 Stienki/Hume 2 Stienki/Click 1 Compton/Long 4 Compton/Barrow 1 Aly/Hutchinson 3 Aly/Long 3...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

8ACH8E.TEX At FEB 1982 THE 8ACM8C SENTINEL PAGE • Fire Dept. Annual Report 1980-81 BUDGET OCT. I. 1980 to SEPT. 30, 1981 TOTAL APPROVED BUDGET: $14,775.00 Disbursements: Lone Star Gas $ 638.18 Water & Sewer 170.04 Telephone 739.31 Insurance 2,578.20 Miscellaneous 2,208.89 Repairs 2,785.78 Gas & Oil 391.71 Bank Note(Bldg.) 4,772.00 Capitol Improvements 2,013.68 TOTAL $16,297.79 Total Over Run of Budget ($ 1,522.79) Capitol Improvements Paid for by firemen $ 3,533.29 Labor No Charge Breakdown of Types of Alarms Responded to: A. Fires 1. Structure: Building 1 House 3 Barn 2 Apartment 1 2. Mobile Property: Homes 2 Auto 4 Machinery (Combine) I 3. Fixed Property: Grass 19 T rash 4 Control Burning 6 Power Pole J Total 44 B. Non-Fires 1 . Rescue: Auto Accidents 13 (rescue & traffic control) 1 1 _6 21 6 J 7 J 3 _3 ' 3 Total 2. Cave-in Evacuation Medical Emergencies Investigations: Smoke Scare Natural Gas Smell False Alarms Public Service Total 3. Total 4. Total TOTAL ALARMS 78 Hi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

PAGE 10 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL 8ACH8E,TEXAS FEB 1982 a a sttrei wi yie W $CP&6*' fr/)ar wt I *nah hy Wly did you kill all - Hose poh'cethzh?! was hired by SO** 9 / He., wnitd rme, kill off r*\05t 0# lice.*** a*d rn y wi tA 01ft % I*acf.. a r*]dL Police. /€ a/e than: a tve He /urns scrt*n Anj 4utns on rka /1\ it /• c OM • /A-Z/^nV/on o// forte*. 6 4 9'* .rata o* li poll*.* b cors'tinytd i NTMWD WATER CONSUMPTION DATA AUGUST THRU DECEMBER IN 1000 GALLONS SACHSE 1979-80 27,774 V. A. Questions & Answers Q - I'm a service-con- nected disabled veteran and need to know the maximum amount VA will pay towards the purchase of an automo- bile. A - If you qualify for the automobile grant, the max- imum amount is $4,400, ef- fective October 1, 1981. You should contact the nearest VA office to find out if you're eligible. Q - My GI Bill education assistance unfortunately does not cover all of my education expenses. Does VA offer any other financial assistance? A - Yes, you should ask about t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

BE35®! FEB 1082 SACHSE.TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 11 CLASSIFIED House wiring and electrical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wiring. Call Jerry Holmes. 442-3037 YOUR HOME IS YOUR Castles cleaned spic & responsible. Donna 494-3262 CASTLE : : span. Reliable, Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experienced with babies & small children. Shellie Lane 4-95-1732 Calves for sale. Discount Feeds. $80.00 and up. 4-95-4403 FOR SALE: Thoroughly reconditioned copiers. $125.00 - $995*00. Day 340-0426. Night 495-5263, 3^8-1228 MATH TUTOR for grades 3rd.-12th. Call 495-7794 for information. Vacuum Cleaners repaired - all makes. Free pick-up & delivery. Phone 475-2938 SECURITY SYSTEMS. Alarm systems installed. Licensed, bonded, in- sured. Free estimates. 276-5774 Will baby-sit. Live behind Pawn Shop in Sachse. Contact Mary Armstrong. Garden supplies.Seeds, onion plants, seed potatoes. Discount Feeds 495.4403 * NEED BUSINESS CARDS ? * Contact The Sachse Sentinel news...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1982

SACH8K,TEXAS FEB 1982 How to earn up to 12,000 interest and not a share a cent with the IRS. GARLAND FEDERAL OFFERS 10.76% INTEREST ON NEW ALL-SAVERS CERTIFICATES Unlike many of the Money Market Certificates, 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 eertificate—a total of SI,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 Garland Federal, you can convert this to the new Tax-Free Certificates without penalty. This means additional savings on your income tax and the opportunity to earn t...

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