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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 13 DANNY HOLLEY FOR CITY COUNCIL M m QUALIFICATIONS AND CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS: • Currently serving on the City Council • Economic Development Committee Member • Experienced in commercial and residential development • Member of the Advisory Board of the Sachse Bank • Member of the Jaycees • Member of the Sachse Lions Club • Member of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce t \ ACCOMPLISHMENTS: • Settled disputes with our neighboring cities, therefore saving thousands of dollars of taxpayers' money. • Sold $2,000,000 in bonds. Have corrected and in the process of correcting numerous drainage problems throughout the city. Involved in our first major street program. Every street in town that has not been sealed will be reconstructed and sealed this spring. Contracts have been signed for improving existing water lines and installing new water lines. • A 750,000-gallon elevated storage tank has been approved. Construction should start this spring with the project being completed by spring of 19...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 14 Get Out and Vote If you did not vote by absentee ballot and cannot get to City Hall by yourself, a member of the Sachse JAYCEES will pick you up at your house and bring you to City Hall to vote on Saturday, April 4th. This service will be by reserva- tions only. For reservations, call CAROL BEARDEN at 530- 3414 between 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on FRIDAY, APRIL 3 ONLY. GROW WITH SACHSE VOTE for DANNY HOLLEY City Council Political ad paid for by .'o.n "it! '? to Elect Danny Holley. Bobby Kinser. chairman. MARY JANE'S SERVICES Income Tax Counseling and Preparation Tax Planning NOTARY P rope i t y M a nage m en t Public Stenographer (typing) Insurance fi'i/; ■■ (Medicare cC Others) 442-2974 Wvlie, Texas U CUSTOM GREEN 6498 Industrial, Suite A Sachse, TX 75098 Professional maintenance is the key to enjoying your landscap- ing. CUSTOM GREEN offers maintenance to its customers because we know it is the best guarantee that the customers will be satisfied with their landscaping. Our ann...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

442-2^- RANCH <> HOUSE V, SflCHSE v* E M/ boords u-- De""c«ni.y « The c°ua<ioTs T00 '■ '• oual P"'u"s Quvtar Create s I % fans \ 4" his UP ar|d Coming Star The Conway Twitty ause 'Han irf I CHARMS k nooo a' Reunion - for Alabama — 0 pe n i no | he judds - P«"dy ]>• C, .0,L Rldflo Sound . 4 loud bln««r " vak jj. Review* ; Band Will Go Place's authcntic counTRY ~t tiiinaL- Pnor',,ESSIVt" ;0P Ibaditionau r "°;-Brr'fS's> Steel

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 16 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★•A He may never gamble again By John Sinor Copley News Service For years I refused to go to a Jack in the Box restaurant be- cause I refused to talk to a ma- chine and I refused to be talked to by a machine. We have a machine that takes phone messages, but I do not listen to it. I wait for my wife to come home and play back the messages. I don't consider the radio, tele- vision or tape player a machine that talks to you personally. They will play for anybody, and everybody within earshot will hear the same thing. Now I see by the journals that soon the big casinos will have slot machines that talk personally to you. I may never gamble again. The slot machines will start get- ting chummy with you after you receive one of the new casino credit cards that is programmed with personal information about you. The information about you on the main computer constantly changes as you continue to play. Push you...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

John Sitvor (Cont. I'roin page 16) Lucille to dinner with a glass of wine each." On a return visit to the club the following summer, you put the card in a machine and it says: "Well, look who's back Old George Congratulations on your new grandson, George, and good luck tonight. The Grand Jackpot is up to nearly $2 million tonight. Al- Imost enough to buy the little tyke • a college education." There could be other little conversational gambits during the evening. "George, shaking me won't do any good.'' "George, I'm going to call the manager if you bang your fist on me one more time." "George, I'm not going to signal the waitress to bring you one more drink. You've had seven al- ready." This credit card could be an all- purpose card, used to buy other merchandise, open your front door, start your car, make long- distance phone calls and handle all kinds of other transactions. This way there would be a giant computer somewhere that would know just how much you gambled, how much you d...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 18 F=ie 3 NEW 2-1, 4-Plex, WBFP, W/D CHRISTIAN WOMAN, honest and reliable, would like to clean your home. Sachse/Rowlett area. Call Sharon, 475-3351. MARY KAY COSMETICS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call Dorothy connection, ceiling fan, carport. ' * Bentley 442-1341. Good management. 414-0335. PART-TIME BABY SITTER for 10-year-old boy, your home or mine. Teenager preferred. 495-3519. CHILD CARE NEEDED. First Methodist Church, Sachse. Sun- day mornings, Wednesday nights. $6.00 per hour. 530-7112 or 530-1005. PLUMBING: Repair and Re- model. Free estimates. 495-8529. WAREHOUSE 1,500-3,000 sq. ft., water paid, overhead doors, $375-$700/mo. Sachse - 272-5595 - Sharon. YEAR AROUND offers pool cleaning and full maintenance, chemicals, and pool sales. Water- testing. Spa supplies and sales. 442-6729. Wylie. TIRED of coming home from a hard day at work to a messy house? Reasonable rates. References. T Bird Cleaning Ser- vice, 424-3790. SAMPLE B...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

An Open Letter to the Citizens of Sachse: As a homeowner in Sachse, I have been bombarded with information over the last few weeks by all of the people running for office in the upcoming April elections. I have become quite concerned by the variety of promises and allegations thrown around by the various candidates and I have taken the time to do some checking to determine the real facts behind this election. Fact 1: Sachse and its citizens are $2 million dollars in debt due to the recent bond election. The money will be used to do badly needed repairs to streets, build a water storage tank and repair or replace water lines. Opinion: There are approximately 3300 households and businesses in Sachse at the current time. That means I am personally responsible for $600 plus interest for this debt. I would much rather see growth in the town and have that debt spread over a larger group of people. Fact 2: Construction standards have not been weakened by the new zoning ordinances. Opinion:...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

' . SUPER FINE MEATS GROCERY FRESH DRUGS PRODUCE 702 E. HWY. 78 WYLIE OPEN 7 A.M. - 10 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK Prices Good Tuesday, March 31th, Through Monday, April 6, 1987 STORE: 442-7132 PHARMACY: 442 7529 None of these items gold to dealers ■ We reserve the right to limit quantities Come in & register for FREE prizes to be given away April 18,1987!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1 st ■ Murray 12 speed bicycle 2nd • $50.00 gift certificate for free groceries 3rd. B-B-Q Grill Fresh Heavy Beef Ground Chuck $149 Lb Boneless Beef Short Ribs $159 Lb. Chuck Roast $189 Kb. Fresh Pork Spare Ribs $159 JL Lb. Boneless Ribeye Steaks U.S.I).A. Choit •p Corned Beef Brisket U.S I).A. Choice Beef $949 For Fujita,s tJu Skirt Steaks SJ69 Eckrich, Regular $|99 . u> Bologna S099 £d l.b Kckrich, Heef Bologna Fresh Potato Salad $009 tf l.h 89' ' VI ft lijbiijk PEPS PEPSI Had 1 1 eimm Schepps Gallon, Homogenized Milk 2 Liter Bottle Pepsi 3 Pack, 12 Oz. Cans Pepsi $199 $J29 $129 Hi-Dri Towels 2/$i## Fopeye ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

the Sentinel ~ VOLUME 12, NO. 9 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY APRIL 9, 1987 Holden, Snipes, Jacobsen, Becker Election Winners r# Newly elected Councilmen Chris Jacobsen, Wayne Snipes and Jim Mayor Larry Holden and wife, Peggie. Becker. Sachse's Oldest Living Citizen Celebrates 99th Birthday Anna Ethel Herring Wharton has always enjoyed her April Fool's Day birthday, the parties and pranks and the fun of being with family and friends. This year was no exception. At the Juliette Fowler Home in East Dallas, where she has lived for the past four years, flowers and cards decorated her room and friends telephoned good wishes. Her daughter, Leona Mathews from Shreveport, was with her, and in the evening, more rela- tives gathered to celebrate the auspicious occasion - her 99th birthday. Sachse claims Mrs. Wharton as its oldest living citizen. Her earliest memories of the town are of the old depot, her father's gro- cery store and horse and buggy, and a few houses. Mrs. Whar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 2 DAVID BURGESS, 3432 Sachse Rd., whose business is helping people buy and sell homes. He is with Murray Realtors in Richardson. Burgess says: "Is the market im- proving? Yes! In the last month, I have sold $1,012,000 in homes in this area. I am presently working with several well- qualified buyers looking for homes in Sachse and the sur- rounding area. If you have a home or know someone who would like to sell, please contact me." 3.3 - ACRE RANCHETTE AT 1706 PONDEROSA. 4-bedroom, 3 living areas, greenhouse, heated pool, spa, barn, 4-car garage. Beautifully landscaped with all desired amenities in a home. ',V 5411 PEACHTREE - 3/2/2 LR/DR, WBFP, FORECLOSURE with special financing. 3102 JAMES - Builder needs to reduce inventory Will work with buyers. Bring an offer. Custom 3/2/2, WBFP. Come- lot. 6107 ANTHONY LANE ■ home with a view on acreage. 2/4/2V2 LD/Spa. Recent updating. FORECLOSURE... A big word with serious con- notations to our economical society. What it really means is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Think Green... m OF SACHSE It s the season for planting, for getting your yard and garden into shape. But that's not the only greenery you need to be concern- ed about. It's the season to get your money growing, too. If you haven t opened a passbook sav- ings account with us yet, now's the time to do so. We offer a varie- ty of plans for your convenience. Plant your money with us and watch how quickly your greenery accumulates. (214) 530-7999 im LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00*7:00 Friday DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:004:00 Monday-Thursday /1:00-7:00 Friday 6600 Murphy Road • Sachs*, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 fat LfNOl*

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 4 • Qie Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swanson Editor • Reba Liner Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of The Sentinel will glad- ly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed ar- ticles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse weekly. Sachse Calendar LUNA PTA - 7 p.m. Thursday, April 9, school cafeteria. JAYCEES - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 9. Call 530-9694 for place. LUNA COUNTRY FAIR - 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 11, school. PALM SUNDAY - April 12. JAYCEE-SPONSORED EASTER EGG HUNT - 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 12, Ball Park. All Sachse children invited. PARK BOARD - 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 13, City Hall. JAYCEES - Monday, April 13. Call 530-9694 for place. PTSA - 7:30 p.m. Monday, Apr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

t : COUNTRYSTYLE ; REAL ESTATE : 422-0720 • • Call for information on HUD and IVA acquired properties. Some ; have no down payments. i CULLEOKA • Nice 3 bedroom double wide on • 1.7 acres with 2 car garage and ; guest house. $48,000 GARLAND I EXTRA NICE! 3 bedroom, 2 story jhome, WBFP and spa. : LUCAS I Mini Ranch! 3 bedroom custom •home, 5 plus acres, barn and ; workshop. •Beautiful Country Home on 2 ; acres with 2 stall barn. Skylight in huge living den, study, formal • dining, 3 baths. Beautifully land- ;scaped. • MESQUITE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home near • Town East Mall, fireplace, two ; patios, wood fence. • MURPHY • 4 bedroom custom, on 1 acre • creek lot. Study, WBFP, beautiful- ; ly landscaped! • Large home on 1 acre. Huge liv- ; ing den with wet bar. Formal din- I ing. Lots of features. j SACHSE ; Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with lots of country charm. ; 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home, '.WBFP, ceiling fan. • • TERRELL I Beautiful small ranch! Huge oak ttrees, pond, swimming pool,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 6 'i Thanks to a group of hard-worning citizens and sports en- thusiasts, the Ball Park bleachers and concession stand haze a fresh new look for the coming season Bobby Kinser. left, worked alongside Bob Strong on a recent Saturday. Cindy Gray is shown at right. Kinser is chairman of Parks and Recreation This neatly-manicured playing field, surrounded by near- new cyclone fencing is a showplace baseball park, complete with freshly-graded parking lot and a lighted scoreboard. Spar-lllean HOUSECLEANING SERV'CE FREE ESTIMATES REFERENCES Penny Brown - 530-0608 Sissy Caton - 442-6287 \ CUSTOM I BUILDING J Homes Built To Your J Plans & Specs K.M.K., Inc. B.G. "RED" MOWATT Builder 7012 SABLE LANE 442-6599 Richard Ramirez adds a special painting touch at the Ball Park. Some of those on hand for the clean-up were Sherri and Barry Prefater. Bob and Peggy Strong and Cindy and Don Gray. Sachse Jaycees To Meet April 9 The newly-formed Jaycee Chapter will meet Thursday, April 9. For the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Capitol Chatter By Bill Clements Governor of Texas Texans invest heavily in educa- tion. More than 51 cents of every state dollar goes to education. I have stated countless times and remain committed to an alloca- tion of 51 percent of our resources. Of that 51 percent, two-thirds goes to primary and secondary education, and one-third to higher education. Over the past four bienniums, or a period beginning in 1978 and ending in 1987, the Texas investment in education increased from $7.6 billion to $18 billion, a jump of $10.4 billion dollars. It is also important to remem- ber that this has occurred during a period of relative modest infla- tion. The recent consumer price index and other economic in- dices show that Texas gets more for the dollars invested in educa- tion than in competing populous states such as California and New York where costs are much higher. Leaders in education today are calling for an increase in our in- vestment in education. It is to be expected. It is the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 8 ■Air/ TORI % ■ —" • #v . '• - . , * * f\ R* * *- L v .. #) GO GETTERS on a recent trip to the DeGotyer home and Arboretum in Dai'as a'e L-R JOE STONE, who accompanied a group of senior citizens to the DeGolyer home and Eloise Bailey, Ruth Robinson and iona Ingram Jones gardens recently. Laurie Schwenk was in charge of the outing. * GO-GETTERS face the camera for Joe Stone at recent visrt to the Arboretum in Dallas. L-R are Nada Davis. Dot Sumners. Anna Laura Skinner Clec Hutson. Eloise Bailey. Ruth Robinson, Iona Ingram Jones, Edith Bailey, Thelma Stanton. Lovie Nyatt. Ray Stanton and Pat Stone mr BINGO players at the Loyd Smiths are Go Getters L-R Bertie Smith, Gerald Robinson and Aulene White. DATE PLACE 9-12 Glen Rose 9-12 Dallas 9-10 Paris 9-12 Arlington 9-12 Breckenridge 9-13 Dallas 10-12 Cleburne 10-12 Longview 10-12 Mansfield Bonham Cleburne College Station Henderson Piano 1 Saratoga 12-30 Ennis APRIL CALENDAR - NORTHEAST TEXAS EVENT DATE PLACE 14 16-17 17 17-18 17-19 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Paqe 9 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change. 13 14 15 16 * J Pizza ; Spaghetti a Meal Balls *Ste.i" Fingers B'uwn Gravy # Enchiladas * J Ham Pattie'Cheese'Croissanl ♦ Managers' Choice/Meat ♦ Slutted Green Pepper Ring • Barbecued Franks ♦ Fried Okra ♦ Whole Kernel Corn ♦ Creamed Potatoes Snowcapped Potatoes ♦ Greon Lima Be.ins ♦ Apple Crescents Buttered Carrots ♦ Green Beans ♦ Red Apple Slices ♦ Mixed Greens ♦ English Peas ♦ Managers' Choice/Vegetable ♦Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦Tossec Salad'Frencn Dressing ♦Tossed Salad French Dressing -rTojsed Salad-French Dressing ♦ Waldorf Salad ♦ Fruit Del ght ; Combread P leapple/Cottage Cheese J Rice } French Bread ; Rice : Rice I t Dinner Rolls { Dime' Rolls ; Diir-i.'f Roils X rvnner Rolls Vanilla Pudfli' Red -''Of f Cane'lcm ; CriV.-n -V >ior Bunny Cookies Brown • Si:.;.: Fri..! ;^o:;:,itr OC ...iti C'l - : •' 1 . nuls • WiIk Chocoi !'■ • ■ f.' . Cn.;i olate Mi.f • Chocolate Miln •'' Choco...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Newly-Elected Councilmen to Assume Duties at April Meeting TAX TIPS by Bill'Wood, CPA Former IRS Agent 272-8567 IRS Audits & You There are some steps you can take to make an audit of your tax return less likely and, in the event that you are audited, steps that you can take to make that experience less painful. To avoid being audited, your best defense is a good offense. File an accurate, complete return, and keep good records and support- ing documentation for income items and deductions that you claim. Keep your records long enough to meet the statute of limitations for the tax return related to them. The federal statute is three years from the later of the date the return is due or is actually filed. The statute is six years if over 25% of gross income is omitted from the return and there is no time limit on fraudulent returns or where no return has been filed. Two kinds of audits are conducted by the IRS. The first is the of- fice audit, an examination done by correspondence...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 11 From the Publisher Now that the elections are behind us, the question sur- rounding the appointment of a fire chief is certain to arise again. The outgoing City Council was responsible for the turmoil by tak- ing it upon itself to appoint the chief, a position which had pre- viously been filled by votes among members of the Sachse | Volunteer Fire Department. If a vote were taken tomorrow from the makeup of the new City Council, Joe Stone probably would be returned as fire chief— a position he held for 19 years before being displaced by Jack Yates. The mess brought about by the outgoing Council's actions has not only split the Fire Depart- ment, but the community as a whole. One of the reasons given for Stone's ouster was that he did not institute enough training proce- dures within the Department, something that Yates has em- phasized since assuming the chief's duties. What all of us fail to realize is that the chief's job is a VOLUN- TEER position. Here we have two qualifi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 April 1987

Page 12 NOW OPEN LAVON CLEANERS Suite 105 Countrybrook Village 530-1044 We Specialize In: Laundry Leather & Suede Cleaning Draperies & Bedspreads Monogramming Boot & Shoe Repair Alterations Bridal Gowns & Formats Fur Storage Reweaving Commercial Laundry 50% Off All Cleaning 69C Laundered Shirts Full-Service Plant Operated by Experienced Personnel One Stop for All Cleaning Monday-Friday: 6:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. I*. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Webb, Mesquite, wish to announce the engage- ment and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jan Marie, to Cyrus Alan Watson, Sachse. Cyrus is the son of Mrs. Peggy Payne, Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Thurmon Watson, Sr., Dallas. He was a 1979 graduate of R.L. Turner High School in Carroilton and is employed at the Garland Divi- sion of E-Systems as a mechanical design engineer. Jan is a 1980 graduate of Mesquite High School and is also employed by E-Systems in the Engineering Services Department. Their wedding has been set ...

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