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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1977

Letters to the Editor II I! II LETTER TO THE EDITOR Investigation by the Sachse Action Com- mittee into the proposed purchase of 10 acres of land adjacent to the ballpark from Bryan Salmon for a cost of $35,000 led to the following information: Mayor Killingsworth suggested the city agree to purchase the land and put money down prior to knowing whether the city had re- ceived the necessary federal grant to complete the purchase. Councilwoman Hooker suggested having the land appraised before a purchase is made and definitely wants to wait until our federal grant has been approved. It was also discovered that Max Scheid and Associates had offered to donate 17 acres of grass land to the city for a park. Under a sep- arate federal grant the city would only have to pay 50% of the cost of improvements to this park. Sachse Action Committee agrees with Mrs. Hooker on the purchase of the land from Mr. Salmon and feels that Mr. Scheid's generous offer should be considered. Furthermore, the Sa...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1977

From Your City Council YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE % WC IIEDEEM fOOO ST«MM PAUL'S GROCERY REMEMBER OUR HOMEMADE SANDWICHES? THEY'RE BACK and BETTER THAN EVER HAMBURGERS TOO... and to go we have BAR-B-QUE, POTATO SALAD, PIMENTO CHEESE, and HOT PREPARED PIZZA (call in & we will have it ready) Phone 495-1 132 "SPECIAL" 32oz. Dr. Pepper 4/$l,00 plus deposit "EXTRA SPECIAL" lOoz. Dr. Pepper - 10£ each plus deposit We — Don't — Have — Every t h inf But We Try We Appreciate Your Patronage a % "> Qo. X OPEN : 6:00am to 10:00pm "SUNDAY HOURS So That We May Attend Church 9:30am to 10:00pm & SAVING TIPS on 1 Have equipment checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 2 Set thermostat at 70 or lower Lower to 50°- 60 if you'll be away several days. 3 Weatherstrip doors and windows, caulk cracks to prevent drafts and warm air loss. 4 Check the filter every 30 days on forced-air systems Clean or replace if dirty 5 Thorough home insulation keeps the warmth in, cuts energy use 6 When fireplace...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1977

I I I I I I I (city council) grocery stores generate twice the amount of garbage as residents and that no other business pick ups in town compare with the volume picked up at the groceries. A motion was made to charge the two grocery stores $6.00 per month. Andrews voted against the motion - all others voted for it. During the dis- cussion of the foregoing item, Mr. Cosby stated that he would like to have a new contract with the City. At the present time he is in the 3rd year of a contract that is written for two years with a 2 year option He said that due to increased fuel costs and dumping fees he felt he needs a 15% or 41<z a month increase in rates. However, at the same time, Mr. Cosby said if this rate increase were put into effect he would provide three days a week pick-up. Mrs Hooker commented that there are people in town who would be satisfied with one da pick-up and lower rates. Mrs. Hooker was supported in her observation by citizen Bill Nicholson. It was agreed that M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1977

CALENDAR OF EVENTS MARCH 1«77 • • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 • • (clip & save) # VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. March 3rd & 17th 7:30pm Fire Station LADIES AUXILIARY to the Volunteer Fire Dept. March 15th 7:30pm Community Center CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS JIM RANES Res. 271-2231 OLYN PRESS Res. 278-8897 March 14th & 28th 7:00pm City Hall SACHSE BOOSTER CLUB March 22nd 7:30pm Community Center JAYCEES March 10th & 24th 6:30pm Community Center ). AND 0. GARAGE AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS REPAIR & INSTALLATION ALL TYPES AUTO REPAIRS Shop 276-5918 or 276-9362 235 Lavon Dr. Garland, Tx. 75040 A pat on the back is only a few vertebrae removed from a kick in the pants, but is miles ahead in results. V. Wilcox For Wrecker Service 276-8769 m A LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP M7 BUM W Remember when you went fishing and there were fish instead of empty beer cans? Remember when you took a ride in the country and there wasn't a single empty carton o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

I THE SRCHSE SEDTinEI VOL. 2 NO. 4 APRIL 1977 SACHSE TEXAS Published Mtintlih FREE TWO CANDIDATES FILE FOR SACHSE'S MAYOR BILL CARDIN Place 1 Bill Cardin recently resigned after 18 years with Sears, Roebuck and Co. so that he could devote more time to a private sales enterprise and spend more time with his family. Bill held various management posi- tions with Sears, and the past four and one half years they were the Department merchandise manager for Dallas, Ft. Worth and Denton. Bill and his wife, Jeanette, and their three children, Deb 16, Bryan 14, and Becky age 3, reside at 6511 Anthony Lane in Sachs*;. They have enjoyed the rural country style living of Sachse for almost five years. Bill has been a sponsor of Junior achieve- ment, 4-H counselor, an active worker in the Garland F.F.A. Chapter, a youth worker in various capacities, served on the board of the Herald and Banner printing press and book store and has served on various finance and building committees. FOUR FILE FOR TW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

Sachse Ladies Auxiliary The members of the Ladies Auxiliary and their guests met March IS at the Commun- ity Center. Business items discussed included the annual Bake Sale held March 26th and the annual Rummage Sale to be held in May. The Ladies are now working to gather items for the sale, so if you are in the midst of Spring cleaning, please don't throw away your usable items-Call Kay Ashley 495-1119 or Thelma Stanton 475-2134. They will arrange for someone to pick up your throw-aways. Remember -- this sale benefits all residents of Sachse because the money is used to update the Volunteer Fire Department's equipment. The program for the March meeting was presented by Bonnie Longacre who displayed some of the many lovely decor- ations she has handcrafted as well as her doll collection. Many thanks to Bonnie for sharing her talents with the group. The April meeting which will be the 19th will include a Salad Supper and a Cake Decorating Demonstration by Mary Ann Dean. Guests are alw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

I I FROM OUT OF TH E PAST A portion of this article was in last month's paper; for those who may have missed it, we are printing it again in it's entirety. o MR. SACHSE OLD HOME AND THE YARBOROUGH FAMILY WAGON THAT MR. SACHSE HAULED LUMBER WITH. NOW OWNED BY LEE H CJTSON I EDITOR'S NOTE: This article appears exactly as it was printed in 1889. Some of the phrases and expression may seem strange when compared to our present-day language. (From Biographical Sou- venir of the State of Texas, which contains biographical sketches of the representative pub- lic, and many early set- tled families. As pub- lished by F.A. Battery & Company, Chicago 1889) WILLIAM SACHSE, an old settler of Texas and an extensive land owner, was born in Herford, Prussia, December 16, 1820, was reared at a .hotel, and at the age of twenty came to America, landing in New York in August, 1840, thence he went to Phila- delphia, thence to Pitts- burgh, thence to Mis- souri where he lived un- til 1844, and thence ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

_ & V v h YOUR NEIGHIORHOOO STORE \ * V \ WE REDEEM FOOD STAMPS PAUL'S GROCERY FRESH HOMEMADE SANDWICHES.. HAMBURGERS and BAR-B-Q BAR-B-Q and HOT PIZZA to go. . . . .... TRY "EM--YOU"LL LIKE "EM Call in your order we'll have 'em ready 495-1132 "SPECIAL" 32oz. Dr. Pepper 4/$1.00 plus deposit "EXTRA SPECIAL" lOoz, Dr. Pepper - 10£ each plus deposit We — Don't — Have — But We Try Everythinf We Appreciate Your Patronage \ "<r, y °<s- V X OPEN : 6:00am to 10:00pm "SUNDAY HOURS So That We May Attend Church 9:30am to 10:00pm & •c- & + + + Prescription for What Ails You IF YOU are poor—work. If you are rich—continue to work. If you are burdened with seemingly unfair responsibilities—work. If you are happy—keep right on working. Idleness gives room for doubts and fears. If disappointments come—work. If sorrow overwhelms you, and loved ones seem not true—work. When faith falters and reason fails—just work. When dreams are shattered and hope seems dead—work. Work as if your l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

II 1! [HE SRCH5E SEDTIDEl VOL. 2 NO. 4 APRIL 1977 SACHSE TEXAS I'uhlisht'il Monthlv FREE M I II II fl I I I II II II II II I Editorial THE CITIZEN'S FOR A BETTER SACHSE (CBS) WAS AN OUTGROWTH OF OVER THREE HUNDRED CONCERNED CITIZENS, WORKING TOGETHER IN OPPOSITION TO THE PROPOSED GARLAND LANDFILL, ADJOINING THE SACHSE CITY LIMITS. FROM THE INTEREST SHOWN, IN OCTOBER, 1975, THE NEED AND IDEA FOR A NEWSPAPER WAS FORMED, THEREBY THE BEGINING OF "THE SACHSE SENTINEL. IN RESPONSE TO A RECENT LETTER MAILED TO THE CITIZENS OF SACHSE AND DIRECTED IN PART TOWARD THE NEWSPAPER, "THE SACHSE SENTINEL" WISHES TO REPLY IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: THE COUNCIL NOTES PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER ARE MORE DETAILED AS PER ACTUAL DISCUSSION AND DO NOT INCLUDE ANY EDITORAL OPINIONS OF THE WRITER, THE NEWSPAPER OR THE CBS ORGANIZATION. THIS ARTIC LE, AS WELL AS OTHER ARTICLES APPEARING IN THE PAPER, HAS NOT CARRIED A BYLINE BECAUSE THE ENTIRE PUBLICATION IS THE JOINT VOLUNTEER EFFORT OF MANY INTERESTED CITIZE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

(city council) MARCH 14 MEETING The regular session of the City Council was called to order by the Mayor with all members present. Councilwoman Hooker made several cor- rections to the February 28 minutes which made no mention of comments she had made regarding the prepared statement of the Mayor concerning the investigation into an item on the 1975 budget report. After these corrections were noted, the minutes were approved as read. Bills were presented to the council. A bill to Jeff Griffin Plumbing was questioned. Councilman Roan provided the informa- tion, stating it was for cleaning out a sewer main on Murphy Road. Councilman Shattles inquired about a bill from Motorola. Fire Chief Stone reported it was for fire department radio equipment pro- vided for in last year's budget. Council voted to pay the presented bills. Curtis Cosby, City Garbage Collector, appeared before the council seeking an amendment to his contract and a rate change. Cosby had stated at the February 14 meeti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

Letters to the Editor CITIZENS OF SACHSI: Since being elected I have been vitally concerned with finances for city and appalled with procedures con- cerning same. There have been closed meetings and voted on issues that concern city money. Last election was approved as correct but actually citizens voted that were not registered, deleted and some not allowed that were eligible. Discussions are being made hastily and railroaded through with no regard for majority of citizens or your money. People have been charged different water rates and taxes. Money loaned to City Secretary, Wanda Washburn, illegally, that former council was aware of but not voted on in public. Still would like to know "why" it costs more to live in Sachse than comparable toothers? I personally am trying to keep costs down. Mr. Roan has repeatedly voted on issues (some in closed meetings) for P.V.C. pipe that's below standard and cheaper with no bedding. Engineer recommended against lowering quality standard of ma...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

Sachse Action Committee Report On October 6,1976 a committee of Sachse citizens reviewed the city records and found many interesting facts of which we made copies. These facts were presented to the Dallas County District Attorney's office and the committee was advised that we have a civil case. Since the District Attorney's office can prosecute only criminal cases we were advised to consult a private lawyer to assume the civil case. The lawyer agreed that we definitely have a good case and was willing to pursue it immediately. However, he stated the case would not come to trial until September, 1977 or later due to the numerous cases already on file. He advised we appeal to the citizens to vote for a a new administration in the April 2 election. It is a shame we had to take such measures to prove to our mayor, council and city secretary, not Ann Holman, the "Open Book Law" of Texas which states all records must be available to all citizens anytime they wish to view them. They did no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1977

April 11th & 25th City Hall 7:00pm VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. April 7th & 21st 7:30pm Fire Station LADIES AUXILIARY to the Volunteer Fire Dept. April 19th 7:30pm Community Center SACHSE BOOSTER CLUB April 26th 7:30pm Community Center (CBS) CITIZENS FOR A BETTER SACHSE (Executive Board) (open to the public) April 13th 7:30pm Community Center CITIZENS FOR A BETTER SACHSE (CBS) (Public Meeting & Work Session) April 27th 7:30pm Community Center ELECTION DAY April 2nd 7:am to 7:00pm City Hall VOTE FOR VOTE TO VOTE FOR VOTE TO VOTE FOR The bright glow of happiness is in the air. Eastertide is now upon us. Hearts are filled with com- fort and peace, and souls with content- ment. We hope all the season's blessings shine upon you and all you hold dear J X Compliments of gerald SMITH Sachse, Texas 5^ A BETTER CITY DMI ED garage sale Plants, Macrame, March 31 thru April 3 1605 Cartwright open and efficient city government evaluate utility rates a city government more responsive to the wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1977

1 1 11 ll II I 1 I I I THE SRCHSE SEMIIIEI VOL. 2 NO. 5 MAY 1977 S'CHSE TE"S rr FR" SACHS E TEXAS PRE SCHOOL PATTER The preschoolers had a special treat this month. The first of April we visited the Sachse Fire Station. Fire Chief Joe Stone showed us around and told us about the equipment, then he gave us all fire hats and let us take a ride on the fire truck. We all enjoyed our visit and now know the different activities of a fireman. We have also been studying about plants. We planted our own seeds and they are growing. This week we are studying about the circus. We are going to have our own circus. Some of us will be clowns, acrobats, different types of animals and we'll even have a ring master and popcorn. We got three new students this month. Mike Harrington, and Debbie and Darlene Varughese We are glad to have them. If you are interested in sending your youngster to our preschool for next year, please contact Janet Hughs at 495-1266 as soon as possible. We have a limited enrol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1977

AUXILIARY ENJOY SALAD SUPPER AND CAKE DECORATING ' NANCEE'S BEAUTY SALON sharon ward wins first place in mild chili contest rev. jack coots wins first place in hot chili contest Mary Ann Dean, demostrated several of her many decora- ting techniques for the Ladies Auxiliary Many guests were present to enjoy the April meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department. After the business session, which included discussion of the upcoming rummage sale and other fund-raising projects, the members and their guests chatted leisurely over the delicious variety of salads brought for the spring salad supper. Dessert was a special feature as everyone watched Mary Ann Dean decorate and serve a lovely cake. She demonstrated several decorating techniques and brought pictures of some of her recent creations. Many thanks to Mrs. Dean for her interesting (and delicious) presentation. The next meeting of the auxiliary will be May 17th at 7:30 at the Community Center. Bingo will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1977

I LAKE LA VON TO USE PARK ATTENDANTS AGAIN THIS SUMMER The Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Lavon plans to use live-in park attendants to oversee camp areas again this summer. The gate attendant program was first initiated at Lake Lavon last summer and was highly favored by overnight campers visiting the Lake and retired couples who were able to supplement their income by providing park attendant services. The park attendants are to be secured by contract to oversee the camp areas for a 3 to 5 month period beginning 25 May 1977. Responsibilities or duties of the park attendants include issuing user permits to campers, providing general information to visitors, and maintaining 16 hour surveillance of the camp areas, six days per week. The attendants are required to furnish a camp trailer or motor home not longer than 2K feet, and live on the site. A pad for the trailer or motor home, along with utilities (electricity, water and sewage) will be furnished by the Government Persons inter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1977

March 28 Meeting The council met in regular session on March 28 at 7:00 p.m. All members were present. Councilwoman Hooker pointed out that the minutes of the March 14 meeting did not reflect the corrections she had made to the Feb. 28 minutes. Mayor Killingsworth stated the corrections would not be made until the tape from the Feb. 28 meeting was produced so the corrections could be verified. The minutes were then approved. Bills were presented to the council. Ms. Hooker questioned why the appra'sal on the proposed park site cost $500.00 when, at a previous meeting, Mr. Roan had stated the fee could possibly cost from $50 00 to $75.00. The Mayor said she had checked with Mr. Knickerbocker and he said the $500.00 fee was "completely in line". Mr. Roan stated he had called two appraisers, but only one came out. Ms. Hooker also questioned a bill to Ken Hart. She said the firm Hart and Huff had agreed to do the audit for $2,400, however since then the firm has split and we have paid Ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1977

I I I f ! I il (city council) April 25 Meeting The council met in regular session with the mayor and four members present. Le- roy Chastain was not in attendance. Minutes from the last mee- ting were accepted unani- mously. Mayor Roan made a corre- ction of the Water and Sew- er bill from the City of Dallas to the City of Gar- land. The mayor stated that this was the first time Garland had charged us for sewer. Garland mea- sured the flow of sewer from Sachse everyday,once hourly, for 24 hours and took the daily average flow. Gar- land charges us$.49 per thousand gallons of sewer. Councilwoman Killingsworth made a motion to pay the bills. Vote was unanimous. Councilman Andrews had placed item #1 on the age- nda with intension of pos- sibly changing the nite of the council meetings. How~ ever, he agreed that Mon. nite was the best nite and therefore, no action was taken. Since there is a new may- or pro-tem,a new reso- lution needed to be signed, which concerned all acc- ounts on dep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1977

• CALENDAR OF EVENTS MAY I M H77 $ t 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 • • • • ^ (clip & Save) CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS 7:30 pm May 9th & 23rd City Hall VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. May 5th & 19th 7:30pm Fire Station LADIES AUXILIARY to the Volunteer Fire Dept. May 17th 7:30pm Community Center (CBS) CITIZENS FOR A BETTER SACHSE (Executive Board) ...we we you/ (open to the public) May 7th 4:00pm Community Center MAY 8th MOM A Mom must know the answer To a million "how's" and "why's" She must be very tactful When "calamities" arise She must be skilled at patching up A broken toy or heart And putting back together All the dreams that fall apart And even when her family's grown They still depend on Mom To sometimes set their world aright And help to keep things calm So naturally she's loved a lot Day in, day out all year 'Cause Mom knows all there is to know About being sweet and dear "When you think of ^ flowers Think of ours" WY LIE F...

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