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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

JAN 1083 SACHSE,TEXA8 THE 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL PAGE • Final scene from Christmas pageant Christmas was celebrated in many ways by the students at SCCS. The tree in the fellow- ship hall included many deco- rations made by the children. The fireplace provided a warm atmosphere for the reception after the pageant on Thursday evening, December 17. The students portrayed the story of the birth of Jesus for an admir- ing audience of parents, grand- parents and other special guests. Then the guests were served cookies and cupcakes which had been decorated by the students. The next morning the stu- dents were treated to a party prepared by the mothers. The children exchanged gifts and received other gifts and treats from the teachers and the room-mothers. A fun time was had by all. Even during the holidays many students and some drop- ins enjoyed the seasonal ac- tivities provided by SCCS. The staff members took turns en- tertaining the children whose parents were working or Christmas shopping....

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

PAGE 10 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL 8ACHSE.TEXAS jAN 1 83 Sachse Reserves Celebrate Annual Banquet Sachse Police Reserves celebrated their third Annual Awards and Appreciation Banquet in the fellowship hall at the Sachse Christian Church on Saturday, December 4th. Guests were welcomed and introduced by Robert Sarlay who also gave a brief history and functions of the Sachse Police Reserves. Special recognition was given to the radio dispatchers who volunteer their time. An award for Outstanding Officer of the Year was presented to Commander Mike Barrow; recipient of the Brotherhood Award was the Garland Police Department; the Mayor's Award was presented to Wayne Mauldin; Mrs. Floye Bailey was the reci- pient of the Chief's Award, and Gary Jordan received an award for Outstanding Rookie of the Year. Police Chief Johnny Holly also presented giant kisses to ail the wives of the Reserves. 0 The sun is not seen in the North Pole for 186 days a year. J • : : : CARLSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONIN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

MB**-. JAN 1083 SACHSE,TEXAS THE SACHSE 8ENTINEL PAGE 11 Specialty Potatoes Add "Sauce" Appeal Tired of boiling noodles, steaming rice, peeling pota- toes to complement the meat and vegetable every night? The R.T. French Company offers the per- fect solution: "The Saucy Potato." "The Saucy Potato," French's line of packaged potato casserole mixes, pro- vides a tasty but easy boost to an otherwise humdrum dinner or tired side dish. Now you can enjoy Tangy Au Gratin, Crispy Top Seal loped, Real Cheese Scal- loped, Sour Cream & Chives, and Potato Pancakes with out the time and trouble of making them from scratch. In fact, with some quick additions, "The Saucy Po- tato" becomes a simple but saucy main dish, as well as an exciting meal comple- ment, as you can see from the following recipes. TOMATO TOPPED AU GRATIN POTATOES 1 package (5.5-oz.) French's Tangy Au Gratin Potatoes 1 can (4-oz.) mushrooms, drained 1 or 2 tomatoes, sliced 1 green onion, chopped 1 tablespoon butter or marga...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

PAGE IS THE SACMSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JAN 1••3 Eighteenth Birthday Celebrated MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS The Place for the Custom Face 119 N. Ballard Wylie, Texas 442-1031 B SALE 1/2 Price On Lingerie January 14 & 15 Only !k 4 GIFTS for WOMEN of all ages REGISTER for FREE GIFT of the MONTH Winners for December TIFFANY WILLIAM JUNE GRAHAM ROSE CROSS Beauty Advisors: PAT HICKMAN, TERRI RAGSDALE, CHRISTI BARRIER HOURS: Mon-Frl 9:30-6:00 Sat 9:30-5:00 IT'S NICE TO BE EIGHTEEN: Mike Cornehl, son of Pat and Erwin Cornehl, 1802 Bonanza, celebrated his I8th birthday last month. The chauffeur opens the door of the limousine in which he and some of his friends from Wylie High School rode for a night of entertainment. If You Lose Your Hunting License AUSTIN--A number of sportsmen have contacted the Texas Parks and Wildlife De- partment asking how to replace a lost hunting or Fishing license. If you lose a license, it is preferable to contact the li- cense deputy where the license was purcha...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

aS?ii&SE ~JL*i " PK&99 cnP p JAN 1903 Big Smallmouth CANYON LAKE-David Vorwerk of Austin had catfish on his mind while drifting a live crawfish in 10-foot water at Canyon Reservoir, but a smallmouth bass changed his viewpoint quite abruptly. The six-pound, two-ounce smallmouth he boated on Dec. 2 has been certified by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department as a new state record. "My friends and I had caught a few smallmouths on SACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 13 crawfish there before," said Vorwerk, an Austin roofer, "but we usually caught more channel cats than anything else." Vorwerk's fish replaces a smallmouth caught by another Austinite, Grant Hartman, in Austin's Town Lake in 1980, in the record book. Hartman's fish weighed five pounds, 12 ounces. The new record fish was caught on an unweighted live crawfish on a single hook, with eight-pound-test line. It was 22 inches long. llliailHMIIHiaMMMHIIDIIIIIIItllllOIIIIIIMIIIiailllHItllllOlllllllllllt Need homes on ac...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

PAQE 14 THE SACH8E SENTINEL SACHSE.TEXAS JAN 1983 Fire Department Celebrate Holidays 3 **■ *« «•* , One hundred and eight adults and children at- tended the annual Christmas banquet for the Sachse Fire Department on Saturday, December 11. Santa visited and passed out filled bags to the children. He also presented a gift to four of the firemen, Gary Foster, Mike Cornehl, Phillip Lit- tlefield and Ricky Wilson, (ask them what the gift was.) Fire Chief Joe Stone presented an apprecia- tion plaque to Lee Hutson and a certificate to eat out at Old San Francisco Steak House to Kay Ashley. The department also presented a cer- tificate from Old San Francisco Steak House to Joe Stone and his wife, Pat. Census Report for Sachse With the 1980 census count and reports now finalized, Sachse's official census count was 1640. Although this was questioned by the city officials at that time and necessary papers filed objecting to the low count it was not officially changed. By race there were 1582 w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

JAN 1983 8ACHSE,TEXAS THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL PAGE 16 SCHOOL SELECTED AS DEMONSTRATION CENTER Brandenburg Middle School has been selected as a demonstration center for the President's Council on Physi- cal Fitness and Sports begin- ning with this school year. Brandenburg will serve as a demonstration center for three years and then will be an honor roll school for one year. Repre- sentatives from other Texas school districts will be visiting Brandenburg to view its physical education program. Three of Brandenburg's physical education and health teachers, Cathy Young, Mary McCave, and James Hood, principal George Lyons, and assistant principal Robert Albritton received the demon- stration center pennant and certificate from the President's Council at the Texas Associa- tion of Health, Physical Edu- cation, and Recreation conven- tion. The other Brandenburg physical education and health teachers are Richard McCroan and Dave Tyson. James Bryant, physical edu- cation and health consultant f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1983

1 PAGE 16 THE SACHSE SENTINEL SACHSE,TEXAS JAN 1983 I CLASSIFIED House wiring & electrical repair lor Sachse area. Commercial wiring . Call Jerry Holmes 475-0078 YOUK HOME IS YOUR CASTLE ! ! Caslles cleaned spic & span. Reh- able, responsible. Donna 494-3262 SECURITY SYSTEMS: Alarm sys- tems installed. Licensed, bonded , insured. Free estimates. 27o-5774 Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experienced with babies & small children. Shellie Lane. 495-1782 Alterations and light sewing, button holes, hems. Reasonable Free j estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 MATH TUTOR : For grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Ruth FranKlin. 495-7794 Child care in my home or your home 495-1102 Piano Instruction: Graduate degree. Specializing in beginning students. Lynda Porter vVatkins 424-224 2 Murphy i | i Chairside Assistant with knowledge i of front desk. Experience preferred. Will train. 826-1700 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED Call SACHSE SENTINEL 530-1100 1 MARY KAY CONSULTANT ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

• « « • • mmhmvmb ♦^•v—*< t+ * < •wbhwjwb THE SHCHSE SEminEl "Communicating With The Community' VOL. 8 NO. 2 SACHSE, TEXA8 630-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY Sachse Chamber Of Commerce Planned Jim Anderson, Mayor of Sachse, hosted a coffee and donut gathering on Saturday, January 15. Area business people, retailers, developers and builders were present to discuss a proposal to organize a Chamber of Commerce in Sachse. The informal morning coffee was well received and the interested crowd was very enthusiastic about the plan and pledged to work toward its organization. Not only were the organization plans well received by the local business people but builders from other cities who do business in Sachse were also present to participate in the discussion. One builder stated he built in six different area cities and said that Sachse has the best potential growth of any. Another builder said, "We can't build them fast enough." At the present time new houses are continuing to be built in S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

F THE SACHSE SENTINEL N««i ft Advertising • ACH8I,TEXAS 7S0M 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 brougnt 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 -tot*. Of Each Month* LETTER POLICY Tbe Sachse Sentinel welcomes letters to the editor. The Sentinel requests letters be brief, 250 words or less. All letters must be signed by the writer with address and telephone number to verify the letter's authenticity. Name and address will be withheld upon request. The Sentinel reserves tbe right to edit all letters for libelous and obscene material and, if necessary, for length. Sachit Com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

#- /. 3 v rjj 'j k : r /, > fj /. .* ^ s •- .* F•b. 1 989 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Pag* 9 *¥ 1 Girl Scouts Tour City Hall ' ■ :• GIRL SCOUT TROOP 1867: Marylin Dow and her girl scouts, who are all 5th grade students at Northlake in Garland, toured Sachse City Hall to get ac- quainted with the operation of city government and to get credits for badge work. Ill II WYLIE TV & FURNITURE WE REPAIR ATARI GAMES AND COMPUTERS TV & VCR SERVICE ON I Sears Wards Philco Toshiba Admiral Panasonic JC Penney Hitachi RCA Sylvania Motorola Quazar Zenith Truetone Magnavox 442-5700 105 N. BALLARD WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 RE-ELECT Jim Anderson Sachse Citizen: I would like to thank you for your support these past two (2) years. We are beginning to have a small city we can be proud of. In a small city, it is impor- tant to maintain a growth pattern that is compatible with the existing property already in use. We have, with your support, made extensive changes; we have upgraded streets that are allowed in Sac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

I —a. ■- > 111 m >i n nHijyiMii..|y*iii«- s iiiMgiiirflr - v-- ->■ - w• - - ^ CASTLE SACHSE 495-5600 GROCERY Sat. & Sun. Only 6120 Hwy. 78 Sachse .HOMEMADE B-B-Q BEEF Sandwich or By Tha lb 495-1214 HOMEMADE MENUDO OPEN 7 DAYS 0:00 AM- 1 0:00 PM FRE8H CORN TORTILLAS Homtmad* Member Greater Dallas Board of Realtors Homemade Sandwiches Everyday Multiple Listing Service BOLOGNA SANDWICHES .79 plus tax (call In-It will ba raady) HOT LINKS Professionalism in the Marketing of Your Home -YOUR HOMETOWN REALTORS- - COKE - 2 liter 1.29 DR. PEPPER CALL TODAY IF WE CAN HELP YOU CASTLE REALTORS 495-5600 PEPSI 16 oz 40 plus tax Enjoy All Thla ICE COLD 6024 Hwy. 78 Sachse,Tex. TCTT ■ ^ j' i\ Kij Tn* 18iS B ill M £ YOU AND YOUR At one time, a person had to kiss the first one of the opposite sex met on Valentine's Day. You've heard about Indi- vidual Retirement Accounts —probably the best tax shel- ter ever made available to or- dinary working Americans. IRAs are investments that help yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

Fire Department Report ANNUAL REPORT ALL FIGURES ARE FOR THE PERIOD OCT. I, 1981 - SEPT. 30, 1982 Total Alarms: 58 12 7 1 _7 85 City of Sachse Dallas County Collin County Rockwall County Mutual Aid Estimated Loss: City of Sachse Dallas County Estimated Acres of Grass Burned: City of Sachse Dallas County Collin County Other Activities: Number of men Attended fires Hours in service Hours Radio-standby Burning permits issued Ordinance Violation Court Cases TYPE OF FIRE OR ALARM 1981-82 TYPE Grass Brush & Trash House Outside Buildings Auto Accidents Auto Fires Power Poles Control Bum Smoke Scare Hay Motor Home False Public Services: Misc. Medical D.O.A. Loose Snake Gas Leak Total $100,200. 3,650. 5 8 78 22 5 9 4 14 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 3 4 1 1 2 85 ★★★★★★★★*★★★★********* Board Adopte Three Reeolutlons 85 572 70 hrs. 52 min. 58 hrs. 14 min. 52 193 17 NO. The Board adopted three separate resolutions commend- ing Earl and Mary Luna, David Pickett, and Jack Srrithhart and Bill Ashworth in appr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

■■■WSSRSESh Deaths HAROLD B. WELLS Harold B. Wells, Sachse resident, died January 17,1983 at Memorial Hospital in Gar- land. Services were at 10:30 a.m., January 19, in St. Mary Anglican Church, Piano, with burial in the Sachse Cemetery. Wells was bom on Septem- ber 2, 1906 in Sedalia, Missouri. He moved to Sachse eleven years ago. He was self-employed as an engineering consultant. He was a member of St. Mary Anglican Church in Piano. He was also a member of Garland Optimist Club. Survivors include his wife, Mary Claire; five sons, Harold B., Jr. of Seattle, Washington, James of DeMoines, Iowa, Michael of Carrollton, Texas, and Patrick and Thomas, both of Garland; three daughters, Janice Bock of San Antonio, Claudia Merritt of Garland and Cinthia Pannell of Houston; twenty-three grand- children and two great-grand- children. Geese Struck By Lighting CEDAR BAYOU - Light- ning apparently struck a flock of wild geese in flight here recently, killing 129 of the birds and injuring others...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

f, ?, A '1 da-* F•b. 198 3 J S Mi! Y S 4 i ? « 9 A t St * * « SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 7 Library Notes by Joyce Koscheski IT'S WORTH A TRIP TO THE SACHSE LIBRARY JUST TO SEE THE NEW DOORS! A much needed improvement was made this past month as A1 and Mike Koscheski installed a new exterior door and a glass storm door to the front of the library. This volunteer labor was a family affair (Connie kept the workers well fed) so I'd like to say a personal, as well as an official, "Thank You" to my family. NEW BOOKS GALORE A double order of new books has just arrived at the library. I've been busy weeding out old books so the new ones can be shelved. Come get them while they're fresh! TAX INFORMATION AVAILABLE The Internal Revenue Service has sent us many helps for preparing your 1982 income tax returns. We have copies of various forms, information pamphlets, and several reference in- struction books for your use. We also have a book for planning ahead: Everybody's Guide to Tax Shelters or "How...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

Fib. lilt Sachse Baby Setting Club Sachsc is one of the few communities today that has a high percentage of women who are not employed outside the home. Because of the large group of women with young children, a unique organization was formed in September of 1978. Several of the mothers whose children attended the Sachse Pre-School, then run by Janet Hughs, were having trouble not only trying to find babysitters for their children, but also in trying to keep the cost of babysitting down. The answer solved the babysitting problem and gave the women involved a very special bond. The Sachse Babysitting Club was formed. Because of the by-laws and membership re- strictions, the mothers are completely confident in the women who are babysitting their children. Cost is no longer a factor. Instead of pay- ing with money, members pay with special time cards. The club has proved to be a success from the beginning. All original members are still active in the club except those who have moved fr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

RMMi V Feb. 19 8 3 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Pag* 9 Skin Care and Make-Up Presented To Auxiliary •* li Margaret Whitson, representative of Ultima II pro- ducts gives a facial to Auxiliary member LaRue Whatley. Margaret Whitson and Janet Sanders were two of the guest speakers at the January 18 meeting of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary. They were from North Star Pharmacy and were demonstrating Ultima II pro- ducts. LaRue Whatley, aux- iliary member, was given a facial by Margaret as the rest of the members watched and learned the correct way to apply make-up and care for their skin. Fire Chief Joe Stone was also a guest speaker and spoke on the purpose and goals of the fire department. He suggested some of the needs for the de- partment in 1983. One of the things he mentioned was radios for new firemen who may be joining. The main purpose of the Ladies Auxiliary is to help raise money to purchase these needed items. This is done by their annual rummage sale and other fund raising projects. The 198...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

For cooler weather serve hearty soup & Dutch coffee Spicy, piping hot "Harwood Peasant Bean Soup" is the cold weather meal. "Vandermint Dutch Coffee" offers a sweet and minty flavor contrast. PEASANT BEAN SOUP 4 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 large onion, finely minced 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 pound spicy sausage meat 1 can each (20 ounces) cooked red and white kidney beans, drained 2 cups each beef broth and chicken broth 1 can (1 pound) whole peeled tomatoes with juice '/4 cup Harwood Canadian Whisky Salt and pepper to taste Heat butter to foam, and cook onions and garlic until tender. Add sausage and cook until firm. Add remaining ingredients and simmer, covered, 1 Vi hours. Adjust seasonings and serve. Makes about 4 servings. VANDERMINT DUTCH COFFEE 1 jigger Vandermint Strong hot coffee Whipped cream Chocolate syrup In a heat-proof glass, pour Vandermint and strong coffee. Stir. Garnish with whipped cream and drizzle syrup. Makes 1 serving. Stuffed Pepper Platemate &...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

F•b. 1983 3ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 11 Citation Report During 1982 the Sachse police issued 583 citations for various offenses, the water dept. issued three and the fire dept. issued six for a total of 592 citations for the entire year. Below is a breakdown of of- ficers who issued citations. Cien two officers patroled ether, both signed the cita- tion. Police Officer: Citations: Dial 231 Sarlay 95 Stienke 70 Jordan 53 Landy 36 Holley 22 McKnight 12 Click 10 Hume 7 Mauldin 6 Wallace 3 McCauley I Sarlay/Wallace 11 Sarlay/McCauley 8 Sarlay/Stienke... Sarlay/Allen Sarlay/Allison ... Sarlay/Barrow... Stienke/Wallace.. Click/Allison Compton/Allison Compton/Stienke Hume/McKnight. .4 .1 1 . 1 .5 3 1 1 1 Water Dept.: Davis Fire Dept. Stone TOTAL 592 All above citations were entered on the court docket records with fines as approved by the city council. If all fines had been paid it would have amounted to $40,411.00 as entered on the court docket book. School Board Election Date Set In accordance...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

i- - Old Vets Share "the Good (and Tough) Old Days" Anti-theft tips that help protect your car Grand Junction Sentinel Photo by Rich Addichs Wheelchair patient Jack Robertson, 79, reviews war stories and "the good old days" with fellow-veteran Henry Synder, 91, at the Grand Junction, Colo., Veterans Administration Medical Center. Snyder is one of the oldest VA volunteers in Snyder says he enjoys his work bec?ai i it gives him the opportunity to help someone "who's worse off than me." Old vets talk over old times at the Veterans Administra- tion's Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colo., one of VA's 172 hospitals scattered around the country. Jack Robertson, 79, con- fined to a wheelchair with a service-connected disability, chats with Henry Snyder, 91, who served overseas in both World War I and II. But Snyder is not a fellow patient. He is one of the oldest volunteers in the whole VA system. He has logged more than 20,000 hours as a volunteer after a back injury in 1950 forced him ...

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