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

JULY 1983 8ACH3E 8ENTINEL P • fl • 13 Paul's Grocery VAITII ^irininnnuAnn cTnor - YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE - Highway 78 & 3rd Street Sachse 495-1132 DUBUQUE ALL MEAT FRANKS . 1 69 lb. DECKER KORN KIST BACON . 1.49 lb. BORDEN ICE CREAM (Vi gal. round) .. .2.39 "HEY" LIKE ICE CREAM We Now Have Soft-Serve Ice Cream Cones TRY 'EM - YOU'LL LIKE 'EM \'p mum Cabell's ECO Milk 2.098"' (1.00 dep. on plastic jug) BRAWNY PAPER TOWELS BIG ROLL only 89^ ea. SHU MR. MEAT SMOKER CARRY ALONG or COOK at HOME 39.95 ea. Drink Specials - dr. pepper - 16 oz 43 10 oz. N/R 'H 10 oz. N/R 6/pk 1-59 CANS 6/179 CANS 12/pk 2.99 COKE 16 oz. N/R 43 R.C. 16 oz. N/R 43 I NEHI (Red & Grape) 43 K-ORANGE 16 oz. N/R 43 NEHI 2 liter 1.35 R. C. 2 liter 1.35 UUUW V *I*I* 1 HOMEMADE SANDWICHES (call in advance & your order will be ready) FREE GREENSHEET WE DON'T HAVE EVERYTHING - BUT WE TRY HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 6:00 am-10:00 pm Sunday 9:30 am-10:00 pm INTERNATIONAL uy *!/. aMfiirw M HIGHWAY 78 EAST OF SACHSE NEXT D...

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

Questions About Auto Premiums and Some Answers to Them Gary D. Sawyer Farmers Insurance Group Representative I "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 situation reduce the amount of driving? And what about this territorial rating thing? Why aren't rates leveled out for everyone? Why doesn't my record of few claims, and none very serious or expensive, lower my rates more, even if other people have a lot of claims? From time to time we get questions like these. They're questions deserving of answers. It's well to begin by remem- bering that the insurance 'in- dustry is highly regulated by government, while fees charg- ed by auto repairers and manu- facturers, lawyers, doctors and hospitals — those who finally determine how expensive claims become — are not so regulated. For instance, be- tween November 1980 and No- vember 1981 doctors' fe...

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

JULY 1983 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* IS r 7. (city council) J. Hughes, a Sachse resi- dent, spoke to the council about hiring someone to catch dogs that were running loose and paying a bounty for ani- mals that were caught. Other residents who were present also complained of the loose dog situation in Sachse and asked ( that something be done. Mayor Anderson explained that paying a bounty to catch dogs could not be done be- cause of the liability it would be to the city and that the city was trying to hire a part-time employee for this and other jobs that needed to be done. P&Z's recommendation on a replat was for lots 13, 14, & 15 - Block E - Sable Hills be made into one lot in order to build a larger house. It would face Bailey Rd. Council ap- proved. Jim Anderson & Clyde Bailey stepped down on Item #6 because of a conflict of in- terest. Mayor Pro-Tern Eldon Gordon read the minutes from P&Z where P&Z had recom- mended that the Peachtree ad- dition on Sachse Road be ...

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

CLASSIFIED House wiring & elec- Moving/garage sale: trical repair for Sachse Toys, appliances, books, area. Commercial wir- carpeting, drapes/- ing. Call Jerry Holmes bedspreads, clothing, 442-3939 misc., house & garden items. July 8th & 9th, YOUR HOME IS 1800 Blackburn, Sachse. YOUR CASTLE!! Castles cleaned spic & Yard Sale: Saturday & span. Reliable, responsi- Sunday - July 9th & ble. Donna 494-3262 10th. 2821 Fifth St. in Sachse. SECURITY SYSTEMS: Alarm systems installed. Moving Sale - Couch, 2 Licensed, bonded, in- matching chairs, end sured. Free estimates. tables, stereo. $300. 276-5774 495-2547 Responsible Sachse teen- MOVING SALE: 1982 ager would like to Tappan stove, double babysit. Experienced oven, microwave on top, with babies and small used 2 months, 3 piece children. Shellie Lane king size country bed- 495-1782 room, 1 year old, anti- que 3 piece bedroom, Alterations, button butcher block table, holes, hems and zippers hide-a-bed, desk, 2 and bu...

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

. * \ t % f .t * * THE SRCHSE SEIITIIIEL # 'Communicating With The Community' VOL. b NO. 8 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY AUGUST 1983 LIONS CLUB DONATE LABOR, TIME & MATERIALS Sachse's Ball Park received a new sewer line last month, thanks to members of the Sachse Lions Club. Members of the Sachse Lions furnished the labor, machinery, sewer pipe and their time on this community pro- ject. Providing all the sewer pipe to complete the job was Lion member Tom- my Roan and member Charles Foster supplied the machinery to do the dirt work. , JK- '*■ '\ & Lion member Gene Foster operates the machinery as Gale Davis and Bill Grant check pipe prior to it being laid and covered up. Future Lion member observes. Tommy Roan and Charles Foster check the trench before pipe is placed in it. BETTY RECORD OWNER OF B. J.'S HAIRPLACE On April 15, 1983, Betty Record opened her beauty salon, B.J.'s Hairplace, in Sachse and she reports that business has been very good. Prior to bringing ...

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

I Si ,2 8A0H$E 8BHTINEL AUG " * 1 • • «>V « \ : (i P! | W' r W't <> 1 [ THE SACHSE SENTINEL H A Advertising 630-1100 \ • 000 Highway 70 8ACHSE,TEXAS 75000 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 me columns of The Sachse Sentinel will gladly be corrected if brought 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 $ACHSE SENTINEL -20th. Of Each Month- Council Notes SPECIAL MEETING July 6, 1983 A special council meeting was opened at 7:30 p.m. by Mayor Jim Anderson. Coun- cilmenibers Gordon and Yates were absent. P&Z recommended appro- val of a replat of 5 lots in Block D & 2 lots in Block L, Sable Hills. Council approved. P&Z recommended appro...

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

AUG' M 983 SACtfSfc SBNtlM'^L NEW SPEED LIMITS SIGNS POSTED Police Chief Johnny Holley has reported that new speed limit signs have been posted and they are being radar en- forced. Shown are the new speed limits and the street blocks they are on. •I SPEED 2900 - 3600 SACHSE ROAD ALL OF BLACKBURN ROAD SPEED 3600 - 4400 SACHSE ROAD ALL OF MURPHY ROAD SPEED 4400 - 6800 SACHSE ROAD ALL OF MERRITT ROAD ALL OF MILES ROAD ANY STREET WHERE NO SIGNS ARE POSTED THE SPEED LIMIT IS 30 M.P.H. CORPS INTERESTED IN ADDING TO LIST OF BIDDERS FOR PARK CLEAN UP The Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engi- neers, operates and maintains 21 reservoirs in the State of Texas. They are in the process of advertising for bids to clean the park and provide trash-can pickup services. This has been done in the past on a yearly basis. However, this year, the new contracts will contain an op- tion clause that may extend the contract for two to three years. The Corps is interested in adding to their list of bi...

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

Ill II ■ %'i' cBetter\ ^Breakfast (ft "lime Breakfast: Then & Now Except for refueling the body after a long night's fast, breakfasts of the past have little in common with today's quick modern morn- ing meal. The ancient Greeks and Romans broke the fast with bread steeped in wine, and fruits and cheeses. Lords and ladies of the Middle Ages also had wine at-break- fast, in addition to bread, boiled beef or mutton, cheese and salt herring. During the eighteenth cen- tury, gourmet President Thomas Jefferson break- fasted lavishly on such items as braised partridges with tartar sauce, tansy pudding and batter cakes. In the next century, Americans of- ten breakfasted on leftovers from the evening before, including pork, pies, fried potatoes and hunks of but- tered bread. Research shows that ready-to-eat cereal with milk as a topping is among the most popular American breakfasts. And for the nu- trition-conscious consumer of the Eighties, a new breakfast cereal has been created by Ke...

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

* ? ? t ft MA M •" ' f It •* 3 # 3 * ■>«>*•" AUG 1««3 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pl«« 8 IF YOU JINHR THROW,; WALK, ££m j" LIFT/ ^ ^ r v STRETCH, OR DO ANYTHING 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. We'll help vou keep your boay 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,...

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

,1,1 Bj f [ / s I I . i I V . I • I t Mi f r j ). "A Exciting Summer Fun for Students at SCCS The Sachse Community Christian School is proud to have offered such an exciting and enriching summer to so many students during the Sum- mer Fun Program. Hundreds of books have been read by participants through the Reading Rodeo at the Sachse Library. Several educational field trips have been conducted to places suth as a super- market, a bank, a newspaper, and a TV station. By going behind the scenes at these places, the students have learn- ed how we receive many ser- vices which are often taken for granted. The students spent a day at the Dallas Zoo and two days touring museums at Fair Park. Tours of other special places have included trips to the DeGolyer Estate, the Garland Landmark Museum, Mrs. Baird's Bakery, Owens Spring Creek Farm, the Biblical Arts Center and Showbiz Pizza. Weekly bowl- ing, skating, and swimming are all included in the activities. Plans for August include math re...

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

AUG 1 983 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 7 More Scenes of SCCS SummerFun Program or-.a ^I 1 m Stephen Alexander, Justin Saulters, Heather Kaiser, John Patrick Butler, Jennifer Brown, Michael Gllley, Danny Garland Police Chief'Jesse^Youngblood tfsifei withi su - Alexander and Misty Mack relaxing beside the lagoon at Wiseman and Angie Smith at the entrance to the Degolyer mer students of SCCS when they toured the Garland Fair Park. Estate. Police Station. w£m Derrick Penny and Jeremy Saulters appreciating the natural beauty of the landscaping at Fair Park. Behind the camera at Channel 13. if ¥ - \ X Justin Saulters .„<■ hb fHends w,«ng ,he Mg MMMfthls cUmb,ng on ,h« ^ goto, """ "" ^ " * catch.

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

I ' 8ACH8E SCENES Each month as we deliver the Sentinel newspaper we notice the increasing growth in Sachse. If you have not had a chance to see all this growth, drive around and see all the new development. You are in for a treat.. .We have heard of so many Sachse residents who have had or are planning great vacations this summer. Some places mentioned were: Hawaii, Tennessee, Mexico, Minnesota, Florida, Wash- ington, Colorado, Kansas, many Texas sites and some of us enjoyed camping and fish- ing trips. . . .Congratulations to Ricky Wilson, who cele- brated his 18th birthday recent- ly (Ricky, have you registered to vote yet?) Go by and say hello to Ophelia and Jewel at the Corner Store. Adult Swimming Classes - EVENINGS - 442-1312 or 530-1335 Auxiliary members enjoy hamburger feast CORNER STORE YOUR STORE ON THE CORNER HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE AUGUST ONLY All Summer Children Clothes Infant thru Size 6 To Help You With Your Selections - Sachse Residents JEWEL DAVIS & OPEL...

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

AUG 1983 SACH8E SENTINEL Page • Library Notes by Judy Helton The library has been very busy this summer, especially with the summer reading program, Reading Rodeo, in progress. 106 children participated in the eight-week program. I enjoyed meeting everyone and I hope you will continue to visit the library #larly. Everyone did a great job-keep up the good work. Cir- :ion is up tremendously this summer; the majority of the books have been checked out by the children in the reading pro- gram. Activities enjoyed by the children have been: Storytime and filmstrips every Tuesday morning and Arts/Crafts every Thurs- day morning. The 2-3 year olds from the Sachse Community Christian School came over almost every week for Storytime. In June Billy Bob of Showbiz Pizza paid a visit to the library. He met all the children and handed out photos and game cards. July 2 Jim and Frances Stinnett and their son, Jeremy, demonstrated leather tooling to the children and helped them make leather- tooled ...

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

Pag* 10 8ACH8E SENTINEL AUO 1983 GISD Board of Trustees make appointments The Garland ISD Board of Trustees made the following administrative appointments and changes at its Thursday (July 2lj 1983) meeting: DR. MARGARET GAINES, secondary intern at Austin jr./Sr. High School, will become the principal at Austin Middle School.She re- places Vernal Lister who re- tired at the end of the 1983 school year. An employee of GISD since 1971, Dr. Gaines was an elementary teacher of reading,; science, math, and art, a middle school teacher of science and Iiealth, and a high school teacher of remedial reading, developmental read- ing, and English. At North Garland, she served as the reading department chairper- son. Dr. Gaines received her bachelor's degree, master's degree, doctorate, and admini- strative certification from ETSU. CLEBURNE RANEY, as- sistant principal at Memorial Middle School, will be the principal of Shorehaven Ele- mentary. He succeeds James Delmar who retired at the end of...

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

A U Q 1®83 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Pagi 11 Sachse Missionettes Honored The Sachse Assembly of God Church recently honored the first two Missionettes who have completed the Stairway to the Stars Achievement pro- gram here. Amber Kaiser and Ruth Franklin were among ver one hundred girls from e North Texas District who received their crowns in May at a special crowning ceremony in Duncanville. The girls have participated in several service and missions projects, read most of their Bible, researched several books, completed a large amount of memory work, and been approved by a local review panel. They have earned several awards, cer- tificates and badges and they are currently working on their Honor Star Award. A recep- tion was held in their honor on July 10 in the Fellowship Hall at their home church. Amber and Ruth are both active in several aspects of the church ministry. The Missionettes pro- gram offers a wide variety of activities for girls including camping, cooking, sewing, first aid, ...

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

JIM JOHNS The Sign Man Acrylic & Styrofoam Letters I "Ttot^Ii Custom Magnetic & Painted Signs ESTIMATES - INSURED (214) 398-6336 n&E Enterprises 213 E. Buckingham Garland Lawn Mower Repairs — SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS REPAIR ELECTRICAL TOOLS All Work Guaranteed 530-0505 J & O GARAGE JIM RANES AND OLYN PRESS (In business over 20 years) COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING ALSO AIR CONDITIONING ALSO fFCraCAKMSi I <!) 1 276- 5918 276- 9362 235 Lavon Dr. Garland 442-3261 a -WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT CITY CONVENIENCE w ith COUNTRY PRIVACY ROLLING TERRAIN TREES - STREAMS - PONDS Erom 2 to 20 Acres Northeast Dallas County Garland School District CALL (214) 270-4481 Max Scneid & Associates Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & BODY VW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 «> <• i^yi WYLIE TV & CB # WE REPAIR ATARI GAMES AND COMPUTERS TV & VCR SERVICE ON Sears Philco Admiral Wards Toshiba Panasonic JC Penney Hitachi RCA Motorola Zenith Sylvan...

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

AUG 1f« 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pigi 19 Helpful Information From Experts iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Don't Underestimate Your Sprained Ankle By Lyle J. Micheli, M D. * A sprained ankle is of- ten considered nothing more than inconvenient. Yet the pain and disability from an improperly treated sprained tankle can last for a year or 'more, and sometimes be eliminated only by surgery. A sprain is an injury to the ligaments, or special- ized bands of fibrous tissue that hold the joints of the body together. An ankle sprain is usually the result of a twist or fall in which the foot sud- denly rolls in- ward, tearing the outer lig- aments. Mini- mal, partial I and complete Micheli tearing of lig- aments constitute first- second- and third-degree sprains, respectively. The generally recom- mended first-aid method for a sprained ankle is ab- breviated ICE: Ice, Com- pression and Elevation. Ice: Ice packs should be immediately appli...

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

Swaggers Caught With 11 Paddlefish ii i 111111 ■ " 11 mm him i i ' * Sherman — Two Dallas men paid $1,090 in fines in a justice of the peace court aftei being arrested below the Lake Tex- oma Dam in possession of 11 paddlefish. Paddlefish are classified by state law as an endangered species, and are protected statewide. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Game Warden Larry Rowe said he observed the men using large weighted treble hooks to "snag" the fish in the swift tailrace waters below the dam at 3 a.m. Satur- day. He said the fish ranged in size from 10 to 16 pounds. Rowe was assisted in the ar- rest by Mike Gaddis, parks law enforcement officer from near- by Eisenhower State Park. "We have caught people snag- ging paddlefish below the dam in the past, but this was by far FROM THE PROS Getting Ready Getting ready before your trip will give you more time on water and less time on land making repairs you could have done weeks before. Here are some suggestions from experts Bill Dan...

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

EJfx&r&l AUG 198 3 8 A C H 1 8 POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 1983 Four accidents were reported with one minor injury. Three burglary reports were taken with one being cleared. •Four theft reports were taken. Three auto thefts. One assault call. Seven suspicious persons calls. Seven suspicious vehicles calls. Four disturbance calls. Six criminal mischief calls. Ten civil disturbance calls. Three trash dumping reports cases filed. Two criminal trespassing. Five animal complaints. Six assist other agency calls. One fire call. Seven arrests were made during the month. Two for traffic charges. Three on warrants. Two for public intoxication. One hundred forty-six city cases filed. Total number of cases filed — one hundred fifty-three cases. Total miles driven — seven thousand seven hundred eighty- eight. Johnny L. Holley Chief of Police Sachse, Texas V A INCREASE LOAN-GUARANTEE RATE The Veterans Administra- tion increased the basic loan- guarantee rate f...

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

Pag* 16 8ACHSE SENTINEL AUG 1983 CLASSIFIED House wiring & elec- trical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wir- ing. Call Jerry Holmes 442-3939 YOUR HOME is YOUR CASTLE!! Castles cleaned spic & span. Reliable, responsi- ble. Donna 494-3262 SECURITY SYSTEMS: Alarm systems installed. Licensed, bonded, in- sured. Free estimates. 276-5774 Responsible Sachse teen- ager would like to babysit. Experienced with babies and small children. Shellie Lane 495-1782 Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 For Rent: 1,500 - 9,000 sq. ft. new office ware- house, located in Sachse. For more information call 272-5595 or 475-2102. TRACTOR MOWING - Reasonable. Free estimates. Lots & acreage. 495-1297 Would like to babysit your child in my home. Ages 3 & up. 530-7238 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SEN- TINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING RATES — 15 words - $1.25 (mini- mum) 10C per additional word. P.Fitness Facts...

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