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

, m" #1 # If ' JUNE 10 8 9 SACHSE SENTINEL P««« • Homemakers Install 1983-84 Officers at Covered Dish Luncheon Members of the Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club had a full schedule when they met on Wednesday, May ll, for their last summer meeting. Twenty-seven members and guests enjoyed a covered dish luncheon that included a varie- ty of salads, dips, miniature balls and desserts. The lijKeon was served from tables that had been beautifully decorated by Pam Baker. Prior to the luncheon, a business meeting was held and several announcements were made. There were drawings for the door prize and two raffle prizes. The door prize was won by Edith Bailey and raffle prizes were won by Thelma Stanton and Karin Kirker. Pam Baker presented the very interesting program, "The Teen Years." Officers for 1983-84 were in- called by Ruth Franklin, who presented a flower to the elected president and as each following officer was installed, the preceding officer then pre- sented her with a (lower, the the...

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

ft? 3 Mill 1%«%r SMUl r CARLSON HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Visa * Master Charge HIGHWAY 78 -SACHSE 276 3828 Friedrich Authorized Dealer LOOKING FOR A SPIRITUAL CHURCH ? Try The First Pentecostal Church at Sachse, Texas 6500 Highway 78 495-1106 SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE 10:00 SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE 7:00 TUESDAY EVENING SERVICE 7:30 PRAYER SERVICE EVERY THIRD FRIDAY EVENING 7:30 WYLIE TV & CB cf WE REPAIR ATARI GAMES AND COMPUTERS TV & VCR SERVICE ON Sears Philco Admiral JC Penney RCA Motorola Zenith Wards Toshiba Panasonic Hitachi Sylvania Quasar Truetone Magnavox 442-5700 i ( NEW LOCATION ) Impression Center WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 Questions About Auto Premiums and Some Answers to Them Gary D. Sawyer Farmers Insurance Group Representative "Why are my auto insur- ance premiums so high? Cars are getting smaller, and so are damage repair costs, aren't they? The 55 mph speed limit reduces accidents, doesn't it? Doesn't the fuel si...

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

JUNK i###r GOVENOR PROCLAIMS SAFE BOATING WEEK Sachse Firemen Attend Annual Fire Training School in Richardson Gov. Mark White has signed a proclamation declaring June 6-12 as Safe Boating Week in Texas. Texas boaters are urged to become more aware of safe boating procedures during the week and throughout the sum- VTexas Parks and Wildlife jiment officials said. Government agencies and the recreational boating in- dustry are stressing the theme "Wear Your Life Preserver (PFD) -- A Friend For Life." "Personal flotation devices are required by law to be aboard all boats, but they won't do any good if they are not worn," said Capt. Larry Williford of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. "Today's flotation devices are lightweight and comfortable, and they don't restrict a per- son's movements." Williford said Texas now is the third largest state in the na- tion in terms of recreational boating participation. "It's ex- tremely important that boat- ers, especially first-time boaters, ...

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

t SACH £ ACH4BC8 IMVIME L JUNK \ • • 3 I VA QUESTIONS A ANSWERS j j EDITOR'S NOTE: Follow- ing are representative questions answered daily by VA counse- lors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q — What is the order of admission priorities in VA medical facilities for inpatient care? A — The priority sequence for inpatient care at VA medical facilities is as follows: (1) Veterans with service- connected disabilities who need treatment for that disability; (2) Veterans with a service- connected disability, but seek- ing care for an ailment not related to that disability; (3) Veterans without service- related disabilities who need in- patient care, but are unable to pay for such elsewhere, on a space-available basis. (Veterans over age 65 have this limited eligibility without regard to their ability to pay for care elsewhere.) Q — I recently received a letter about a VA education over- payment which dates from 1976. Am I liable? A — Yes. The VA and other government agenci...

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

% • • JUNE 1 • • If I Had a Boy THE FOLLOWING poetic dedication trom an unknown father to his son exemplifies the meaning of fatherhood. It is here presented in honor of Father's Day, If I had a boy, I would say to him, "Son, be fair and be square in the race you must run, be grave if you lose and be meek if you win, be better and nobler than I've ever been; be honest and fearless in all that you do and honor the name I have given to you." If I had a boy, I would want him to know we reap in this life just about as we sow, and we get what we earn, be it little or great, regardless of luck and regardless of fate. I would teach him and show him the best that I could, that it pays to be honest and upright and good. I would make him a pal and a partner of mine, and show him the things in this world that are fine. I would show him the things that are wicked and bad, for I figure this knowl- edge should come from his dad. I would walk with him, talk with him, play with him, too. And to all...

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

Is. r FISHING REPORT CEDAR CREEK: Water slightly murky, 68 degrees, normal level; black bass fair to five pounds on white spinners outside of weed beds; hybrid striper good to eight pounds trolling with Hellbenders and jigs; crappie good, some in shallows but mostly in deeper water; white bass excellent all over lake up to 300 per fish per boat; catfish fair to six pounds. CYPRESS SPRINGS: Wa- ter clear, 68 degrees, normal level; black bass good to eight pounds on Crazy Shad and topwater lures; crappie good to 70 fish per stringer in five feet of water; catfish good to five pounds in five feet of water. LEWISVILLE: Water clear, 64 degrees, normal level; black bass fair to four pounds on rooster tails, spinners and cranks; white bass excellent to 200 fish per stringer; crappie excellent but small; catfish slow. WHAT IS A HEALTH HAZARD? This scene was photographed by the Sentinel's photographer at an apartment building located at 3100 5th Street in Sachse on May 18, 1983. CASTLE realt...

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

49 Texas Counties and 35 Cities Receive Bingo Checks State Comptroller Bob Bullock sent checks totaling $474,652 to 49 Texas counties and 35 cities who have legaliz- ed charity bingo and levied the optional 2-percent local tax. «tiis allocation puts the le have sent local govern- ment from this tax over the million dollar mark," Bullock said. "The 1,034 licensed non- profit organizations operating bingo games in areas where the game has been legalized and the tax imposed have paid $1,152,163 in local taxes and have grossed at least 50 times this amount. Net proceeds from these games are dedicated by the Bingo Enabling Act ex- clusively to the charitable and civic work these groups sup- port." Friday's biggest check went to Harris County, which re- ceived $80,852. Dallas County got $70,905; Bexar, $48,366; Tarrant, $45,410; El Paso, $23,142; McLennan, $21,128; Lubbock, $20,343; Nueces, $19,054; Hidalgo, $18,480 and Travis, $12,878. Biggest check to a city went to Arlington, which got...

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

Is 10 8ACHSE SENTINEL JUNK 1983 CLASSIFIED House wiring & electrical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wiring. Call Jerry Holmes 442-3939 YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE ! ! Castles cleaned spic & span. .Reli- able, responsible. Donna 494-3262 SECURITY SYSTEMS: Alarm sys- tems installed. Licensed, bonded , insured. Free estimates. 276-5774 Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experienced with babies & small children. Shellie Lane. 495-1782 Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 Tractor mowing, acreage, lots.... Commercial. Reasonable. 530-0404 Free. Pointer female, 3 year old, gentle, not trained. 495-2192 Summer classes: Children's swim- ming instruction, adult water exer- cise, aerobic dance and jazz-exer- cise. For information call 442-1312 or 530-1335 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED Call SACHSE SENTINEL 530-1100 * CLASSIFIED RATES * 15 words . . $1. 25 .. (minimum) 10£ per additional word 1 * ■!' ■ 'M It ...

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

« THE SRCHSE SEnnnEl "Communicating With The Community' VOL. 8 NO, SACHSE, TEXAS 5 3 0-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY JULY 1983 Sachse Cleaners & Laundry Now Open tt Mm t. ' !■>, Greg Stevens, owner of Sachse Cleaners & Laundry, opened his business at 5624 Highway 78 on June 6, 1983. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★■A" Sachse is the fastest growing city in Dallas County and as it continues its population growth the business industry is becom- ing more interested in Sachse as the city for their place of business. Sachse Cleaners and Laundry is one of the newest businesses to come to Sachse. It opened for business on June 6, 1983 and is the first and only full-service cleaners for Sachse. As a "Full Service Cleaners" Sachse Cleaners and Laundry offer services for dry cleaning, laundry, draperies, leathers and alterations. They have one day service on dry cleaning and next day service on laundry. Greg and Tina Stevens, owners of Sachse Cleaners and Laundry, live in Wylie and they extend an ...

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

THE SACHSE SENTINEL Ntil A A#v rtisi t SJO-1100 Distribute: fret to al homes a. Sachse the first vsek of each iron: fa Pur iisnr- i Edit :>r J :*: i Pa: Stone A.m erroneous reflections upon the rjtncj.ni, character or reputation of ar.\ persor firrr or corporation which may arpear it the columns of The Sachse Sentinel wiL g;a±'> be cy—e^iec if n rough: to the tnrntior. of the editoi Signed articles herein express tne view*, of the authors which art no: necessarily those of the editors DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL -20th. Of Each Month- "Tne youth jets tojetht-r materials to' i briogt to tht moon, ar d t ier gtr tht modifr-s^ec •na* secises to rr.art i a-ooO s^'VC *-rth them." Henry Dai tC Tho'eaj Sachse Cleaners Laundry 495-3268 , 5624 HWY. 78 - Sach.e D B Sen w THE MAiJLFT PLACE") COUPON THIS COL PON WORTH 12W OFF AM S5-W ORDER or MORE •'TWO DOLLAR tr^'^r.9 DOLLAR VALUE" 1 J VALUE" $2. $2. <ONE COUPON per V lSfT> 1 Council Notes s 3 :s Ji'NE :m A p...

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

JULY 1083 8ACH8E SENTINEL P«g« 3 IF YOU JUMP THROWM \\> % un, STRETCH, <Nfcrf> OR DO ANYTHMG ELSE WITH YOUR BODY- The Body Fitness Program is just what the doctor ordered to get you in shape and keep you there Whether you're a serious athlete, a weekend warrior, or one of the millions of Americans who don't exercise regularly but do realize the benefits of keep- ing fit; we're here to help We can supply you with the names of Orthopedic doctors who can examine you and treat you for all kinds of Orthopedic problems or injuries, including those not related to sports activities WeH help you keep your body fit, and repair it when it gets out of shape. The Body Fitness Program was developed by several Ortho- pedic physicians who practice at Garland Community Hospital This total fitness program includes diagnostic services such as non-invasive Computer- ized Axial Tomography (CAT) scanning, treatment and surgery facilities, and rehabilitation services. Yon don't have to drive to D...

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

i SACHSE MINI-WAREHOUSES 3 Suet Available- 10X20-*60per month 10X 10-940per month 5 X10-*20per month TERRY DARBY (LEAVE MESSAGE) 272 -1330 6526 INDUSTRIAL LN. SACHSE, TEX 1 ■>■■>"! 1 III 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 I f'III 111 >"H"I 11 KM 11 475-2098 <• FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP UP TO 35% OFF Homeowner Gary D. Sawyer 27 1-2455 Superior n&E Life • Auto • Home MEMBER Life Round Table Compare 20% Off Auto (must qualify) 1008 - D Stonewall Garland - 75043 ' Enterprises 213 E. Buckingham Garland Lawn Mower Repairs — SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS REPAIR ELECTRICAL TOOLS All Work guaranteed CASTLE * tfVWftWWVtfWWVWVWWWVWWVvvwMMMMMMii ■ * ■ ■ ■ ■ ! ■ ■ r REALTY - dE r I ' M fc Ls lL_jd a n I LI R jREAjJQB 495-5600 • M 9 <• : ■ : ■ i ■ ■ t : ■ ■ ■ ...

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

JULY 1083 8ACHSE SENTINEL Pag* S POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1983 SACHSE POLICE RESPONDED TO THE FOLLOWING CALLS DURING THE MONTH OF MAY. Salad Supper For Auxiliary 15 calls of suspicious persons 2 burglary calls 8 theft calls 1 attempted burglary 1 auto theft 1 assault 17 disturbance calls 8 general public service calls 11 assist other agency calls 5 harrassment calls 1 runaway 15 animal complaints 11 accidents were reported with 4 minor injuries \ THE FOLLOWING ARRESTS WERE MADE DURING THE MONTH: 5 for warrants served 1 for public intoxication 2 for disorderly conduct 1 for possession marijuana 7 arrests for traffic charges Total municipal court cases filed were 160. A total of 6,160 miles was driven for the month of May, 1983. Johnny L. Holley Chief of Police Sachse, Texas Fishing License Ex plained Law enforcement officials of the Texas Parks and Wild- life Department said a reci- procal fishing license agree- ment among Texas and two other states sti...

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

i 1 2.3 Million V«ta Receive Competition Checke - IT COULD HAPPEN IN SACHSE - An estimated 2.3 million veterans in the Texas area and elsewhere received Veterans Administration compensation checks in Fiscal 1982, bringing the total paid out in the pro- gram last year to more than $9 billion. Each veteran received a monthly check ranging from as low as $62 per month, for those with 10 percent disabili- ty, to as high as $3,461 for those with certain severe disa- bilities. For 100-percent disa- bility, not involving major am- putations or loss of use of limbs, the maximum amount of compensation is $1,213 per month, said Jack Coker, Di- rector, Waco VA Regional Of- fice. Veterans whose service- connected disabilities are rated at 30 percent or more are en- titled to additional allowances for dependents. The additional amount is determined accord- ing to the number of depen- dents and the degree of disa- bility. The $9 billion cost of com- pensating veterans for service- connected disab...

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

a (s t V.- JULY 1983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 7 POST 5076-GARLAND ATTEND CONVENTION SACHSE SCENES Naomi Reed, 1983-84 presi- dent of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 - Garland is attend- ing a 4-day State Convention in Corpus Christi, along with her Post Commander, Charles Cannon, Jr. and his wife, Mary Jo Cannon, District III President. Post 5076 made their 100 plus quota in membership; therefore this makes their Post Commander an All State Commander and the Quartermaster Wayne King is also All State Quartermaster. They will be honored at the Banquet on Saturday night. The Ladies Auxiliary receiv- ed two plaques and several cer- tificates from District III for their outstanding service this past year and will also receive some awards in the State Con- vention. Naomi was president for the past year also and she credits her faithful auxiliary members for these honors. TWINS & TRIPLETS CLUB NEWS Dallas Mothers of Twins and Triplets Club, an affiliate of T...

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

Pag* S 8ACH8E SENTINEL JULY 1083 The summer reading pro- gram, Reading Rodeo, began June 4 and runs through July 30. We are thrilled with the participation by the youngsters of Sachse — we have had 82 sign up and check out over 600 books. Great! On registration day all the youngsters who came by the library enjoyed refreshments while they watch- ed a rodeo film supplied by the Mesquite Rodeo. Other activi- ties included pony rides, lea- ther crafts, arts and crafts, storytime and films. Billy Bob of Showbiz Pizza is scheduled to visit the library the latter part of June. His earlier visit was cancelled, much to the dis- may of many children and their parents, and especially me. The reading program is open to all children of Sachse, not only those old enough to read, but also pre-schoolers whose parents read to them. Each child who registers receives a Reading Log to record the books read, a special book- mark, a free movie pass to the Walnut Twin Theatre, and a Burger King booklet g...

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

JULY 1983 8ACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 9 GARLAND HIGH'S "OWL'S NEST" SELECTED The 1983 Owl's Nest, Garland High School's yearbook, has been selected a "national year- book sample" by the market- ing committee of the Inter- Collegiate Press (ICP). As a national yearbook sam- ple, GHS's yearbook will be used by ICP's national sales force and will be seen by year- book staffs and advisers across the nation. The book was selected by the committee from books nominated by the company's sales agents. Overall, the Owl's Nest was judged on its photo- graphy, layouts, copy, and creativity. John McNown Jr., marketing systems manager of ICP, wrote, "We feel it (the Owl's Nest) is an example of the highest standards in scholastic journalism and reflects well on ICP as well as your school." Gloria Shields is the faculty adviser. Swim Instruction For Children (beginners & intermediate) Adult Water Exercise Classes Now Filling 442-1312 or 530-1335 x Lavon Drive Barber Shop ij: $ CASTLE & LAVON DRIV...

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

, ..'Mi—Huritm&m; nwarw * r >" ,J* '■ 1- I I • j t ? . JMI 'di)£ J c h.A ~ „ «i tf f p«g« 10 8ACH8E SENTINEL JULY 19S3 Visitors Are Always Welcome At ; «SaS3SSCS3$33S^SS$SSSS3SSS33$S$$$S9S3S3$SaS3S$$S Sachse Christian Church COME WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES For Youth and Adults .. 10:00 AM WORSHIP SERVICE .... 11:00 AM Jim Caughlan Minister HIGHWAY 78 at BEN DAVIS SACHSE CROSSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1890 114 LAST SIDE! OF THE SQUARE DOWNTOWN GARLAND Phone I-'-" 276-9568 GARLAND, TEXAS f 3BC^^=3GI—i LOOKING FOR A SPIRITUAL CHURCH ? a Try The B I First Pentecostal Church at Sachse, Texas 6500 Highway 78 495-1106 SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE TUESDAY EVENING SERVICE PRAYER SERVICE EVERY THIRD FRIDAY EVENING 3QC IQt lnirrr urn. JUL 10:00 7:00 7:30 7:30 JIM JOHNS The Sign Man Acrylic & Styrofoam Letters Custom Magnetic & Painted Signs ESTIMATES - INSURED (214) 398-6336 North Side Sharpening Service - Sales & Service - 1110 LA VON DR....

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

JULY 1083 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 11 Booster Club's Donkey Ball Successful W1 For the second year in a row a large crowd turned out to en- joy a special sports event that we hope will become an annual one for Sachse. The Sachse Booster Club, for the second year in a row, sponsored this fun-filled event which was enjoyed by young- ers and teenagers as well as ose who are older. The sport which was played on June 11 at the Sachse Ball Park was a "Donkey" ball game. Par- ticipating in this hilarious ball game were firemen from the Sachse Fire Department who played against members of the Murphy Fire Department. To help the audience under- stand the comedy situation of the game, the owner of the donkeys announced the rules prior to the start of the game. Some of the rules were: (1) Batters can stand on their own two feet to hit the ball, but must ride a donkey to 1st base (if you fall off 3 times before reaching 1st base, you are out.) (2) Fielders must be On a donkey before throwing a ball...

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

- - 1 SACHSE GROCERY 6120 Hwy. 78 Sachse 495-1214 I june speciHis I COKE 16 oz. 6/pk. DR PEPPER 16 oz -JJ 6/pk 6/pk. Cans I*79 7-UP 2 liter 1*39 CRUSH 38 PEPSI 16 oz 38 DECKER BOLOGNA '• 1.691b. PRESSED HAM 21* Homemade Sandwiches Everyday (call In - It will ba ready) We Have ALOE VERA Beauty Products OPEN 7 DAYS • :00 AM - 10:00 PM Combined Statement 1982 Audit City of Sachse, Texas COMBINED STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE - BUDGET AND ACTUAL GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES Year ended September 30, 1982 Special Revenue Funds General Fund Revenue Sharing Fund Debt Service Fund Revenues Taxes Building permits and fees City sales and use taxes Public utility taxes Interest income Other revenues Fines and bonds Dallas Co. Fire contract Revenue sharing Expenditures Current Park fund Police fund Fire department fund Street repairs Professional fees General government Revenue sharing Debt service Capital outlays Excess of revenues over (under) expenditures Other f...

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