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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

Feb. 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pa?a LIBRARY NOTES by Rosanne Burgess 1984 got off to a great start at the library during the month of January as we have added almost 50 new card holders. In addition, our Introduction to Computers was well attended by eight adults who were seek- ing information and training. Mr. Jack Stewart taught the class, and Mrs. Tina Marks, from the City gave an inter- esting demonstration of the IBM System that the City uses to keep records on our water bills, etc. February will be a busy month also, as we have plans for all the children of Sachse to come to the Community Room on February 11, 1984 to make Valentines. We plan to distri- bute these lovingly made cards to several Sachse Citizens. There will be plenty of supplies for the children to carry home a few Valentines for their spe- cial ones. Mrs. Ruth Franklin, our Math tutor, will be offering ex- tra help for any children who want to come on Saturday, Fe- bruary 18, at 1:00 in the City Community Room. I hav...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

Pag* SACHSE SENTINEL Feb. 1984 ONE TIME ONLY PENALTY FREE CHANCE BUSINESSES OPERATING OUTSIDE STATE TAX LAW FOR State Comptroller Bob Bullock reported that Texas businesses operating outside state tax law will get a one- time-only, penalty-free chance in February to get right with the Comptroller's Office be- fore Bullock lowers the boom in March. "We'll give them 29 days in February to get right with the law," Bullock said. "If they come in and wipe the slate clean, we won't charge them penalty and we won't file charges against them. If they wait until March or if they wait until we find them, they'll be too late." Comptroller enforcement officers will begin using new procedures designed to more quickly identify and collect taxes from errant taxpayers in March. Under the law, the Comptroller can collect a 10 percent penalty and has the power to file criminal charges for unreported state taxes. "We will only waive penal- ties and charges if the taxpayer comes forward voluntarily dur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

F«b. 1084 8ACH8E SENTINEL Ptgt Si 0 n) Facts About Plastic Surgery Prom The American Academy Of Facial Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery MM WllUk \\ % > 10 MOST COMMON FACIAL COSMETIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES Procedure Age Group: 1 15 16 30 31 40 41 50 51 60 Over 60 BLEPHAROPLASTY (eyelid surgery) COLLAGEN IMPLANTS (injection to smooth wrinkles & scars) CYROSURGERY (liquid nitrogen for colored birthmarks) DERMABRASION (skin buffing for acne and scars) EXCISION-SURGICAL. PUNCH, SHAVE (removes moles and birthmarks) MENTOPLASTY (chin lift) OTOPLASTY (ear surgery) RHINOPLASTY (r.ose surgery) 1— RHYTIDECTOMY (face lift) SUBMENTAL LIPECTOMY (removal of double chin) T More than one million people undergo plastic sur- gery each year. It may be surprising to some, but only one-half of these patients are more than 50 years old, says the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Recon- structive Surgery (aafprsJ, an international society of more than 2,000 board- certified specialty plastic su...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

t« Page 10 SACHSE SENTINEL Feb. 19S4 SACHSE RESIDENTS SWEEPSTAKES WINNER John and Marie Stracener found that Sweepstakes do pay off. They were the winners of first class round trip tickets on American Airlines to the city of their choice. They will be going to Florida to visit a daughter and to Epcot and other attractions. They will also be going to California to visit two of Marie's sisters. The Straceners of Happy Acres Ranch have been residents of Sachse for 17 years. NEW ARRIVALS Any goods found in English waters or goods that have floated onto an English shoreline belong to the crown. ' J*'* IT'S A GIRL MAXFIELD Dianne and Bruce Maxfield of Sachse are happy to an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Melisa Ann. Arriving on December 10, 1983 at 9:30 p.m. Melisa Ann was born at home with Mid- wife Barbara Cook in atten- dance. She weighed 8 pounds and 12 ounces and was 21 inches long. Happy about their new sister are Tony, age 2 and Christy who is VA years old. Proud grandparents...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

F#b, 1984 1984 Program Calendar Presented To Ladies Auxiliary The Sachse Ladies Auxiliary met January 17 at City Hall for their first meeting of 1984. Guest Kathy Cobb attended and joined the Auxiliary. Fire Chief Joe Stone was the guest speaker. Chief Stone gave a brief history of the Sachse Fire Department, which was quite beneficial for the newer mem- bers. He also explained some of the needs of the fire depart- ment in 1984. Presently there are 24 active and 2 junior members of the fire depart- ment. Chief Stone would like to see that number increase to 30 firemen. Monitor radios are among the equipment needed to outfit the new firemen who join. All the firemen need to be adequately equipped to allow them to effectively serve the citizens of Sachse. In closing, Chief Stone reminded every- one of the importance of call- ing the Sachse Fire Department in case of a fire, not the Garland Fire Department. Telephone stickers are avail- able from the fire department. The main purpose o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

<■ <u Vi.. , a- «j SACHSE SENTINEL Feb. 1984 CORNER STORE "YOUR STORE ON THE CORNER" HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE Beds - Dressers Couches - Chairs Refrigators Washer & Dryer BABY CLOTHES To Help You With Your Selections | - Sachse Residents - I JEWEL DAVIS & OPHELIA BATES We Buy Used Merchandise - Call Us 495-0247 OPEN: MON. - SAT. 10:30 - 5:30 INSURANCE MEMBER Life Round Table LIFE • AUTO • HOME UP TO 35% SAVINGS ON HOMEOWNERS POLICIES UP TO 20% SAVINGS ON AUTO POLICIES 27 1-2455 1008 - D STONEWALL GARLAND - 75043 DIABETES AND DIET by Jo R. Curtis Dallas Co. Extension Agent Diabetes is one disease we are likely to see more of in our lifetime. According to the American Diabetes Associa- tion, the incidence of diabetes is increasing by about 6% a year. At this rate, infants born today have a better than 1 in 5 chance of developing diabetes by the time they reach 70. One common image of a diabetic is a person who takes daily insulin shots, eats special foods and never ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

COLLECTING, STORING AND BURNING FIREWOOD According to Stacy Reese, Dallas County Extension Agent-Horticulture, approx- imately 25 percent of Texas' 4.9 million households bum wood. The average Texas family burns just over one cord each year, totaling almost one d one-third million cords per :ar for the entire state. People need to know how much firewood they are actual- ly buying. Mr. Reese says a cord is the accepted (and in some places the only legal) unit of measurement. The standard cord is a well-stacked pile of wood cut into 4-foot lengths and stacked 4 feet high by 8 feet long or 128 cubic feet. This results in a volume of actual wood of 80 cubic feet with the rest being air space between the pieces of wood. Since home- owners seldom can use wood in 4-foot lengths, it often is sold by the face cord or frac- tion of a face cord. A face cord is a pile of wood 4 feet high and 8 feet long and cut to any length, generally about 16 to 18 inches. Most advertisements are the price pe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

V Pag* 14 SACHSE SENTINEL Feb. 1084 Some Special Birdwatchers FROZEN LAKE INCIDENTS FATAL TO NINE TEXANS (I c. i A mother kestrel builds her nest outside a Tel Aviv apartment, spreading her wings in attack position to protect her young. In the land of Israel, as in other countries around the world, birdwatchers set out early in the morning to ob- serve and record the activi- ties and songs of interesting species. The birdwatchers in Israel, however, have a special guide to consult—the Bible. The Scriptures are rich in descriptions of the coun- try's native bird life, which is plentiful and varied. Israel, situated on the on- ly continuous land bridge connecting all the Eurasian landmass with Africa, pro- vides the only route which offers continuous supplies of food and fresh water for drinking. Ornithologists estimate that about one million raptors—soaring birds of prey—migrate each spring over Israel's Red Sea port city of Eilat alone. A few years ago, a team of Danish birdwatchers...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

F«b. 1984 SPECIAL MORNING CLASSLS I \ TAP. BALLET. BATON & GYMNASTICS I 1 1 J) SIIERR\ & .1 KAN NIL STRAIN - OWN IRS I I Ot STAR Rl). NORTH MNGIIAM 1443 Bl 495-5338 279-6666 495-1719 M <AW _ Experts on etiquette suggest it's not polite to open house gifts in front of guests who have not brought any. 4< TEA WVS LOVERS Tea Knows No Season Did you tuck away that jar of tea in the back of the cupboard just because you thought the iced tea season was over? Well, the home economists of The Lipton Kitchens suggest you take it out because they've learned that 100% instant tea is a product for all seasons! To prove it, they've created an exciting book of holiday ideas, "Holiday Gifts from the Hearth and Heart." It contains delicious recipes for cakes, cookies and beverages that are per- fect for the holiday season. And, there are special tips on festive wraps for all your baked goods, if you want to give them as gifts. Here's a sample recipe from tho book; instant tea is used a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

Page 16 3ACHSE SENTINEL F«b, 1084 Sam's Fiddle Shop & Music Store 442-3679 SALES & SERVICE $ Ask About Our GIFT CERTIFICATES — LESSONS — Fiddle - Mandolin - Guitar (standard & pedal steel) 5 String Banjo Lessons . •/ STEWART MacDONALD Banjo Parts ^ Fine Curly Maple Wood for Instrument Builders 602 IMPRESSION CENTER WYLIE TEXAS 75098 O 442-3261 Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & BODY VW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 North Side Sharpening Service - Sales & Service - Reggie Riddle 1110 LA VON DR. GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 272-6101 WE SHARPEN CHAIN SAW BLADES SAW BLADES ELECT. TOOL REPAIR HAND SAWS _ SCISSORS STEEL & CARBIDE BUILDER TOOLS CHAIN SAW REPAIRS ALL KINDS Until the 1850s, most shoes were made "straight"— they could be worn on either foot. Ronald S. Pilkington, M.D. Physician For Care Of Infants, Children And Adolescents MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. - 9:00 - 6:00 WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY - 9:00 -12:00 • OFFICE: 442-3591...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

Feb. 1984 FENCES FOR PRIVACY Fences may be your first construction job. If you have a barbed wire pasture fence next to your home, you might want to replace it with a safe board fence. According to Stacy Reese, Dallas County Exten- sion Agent-Horticulture, to provide privacy or hide an unpleasant view, build fences 6 to 8 feet high. Fences may also supplement your landscaping plans, carry out horizontal house lines, "tie" house and property together, serve as pro- perty lines or provide back- ground for a perennial border. Treat every part of a wood post to be set underground with a wood preservative. Paint or treat all aboveground parts to prevent - rotting. Pressure-treated wood may be purchased for building fences. Most pickets used in build- ing fences are 36-inches long and 3-inches wide. Space them up to 6-inches apart on center, and set them 3-inches. above ground-level. The rails are 2 by 4 inches, or 3 by 4 inches. Always estimate how much fence you need and the most econom...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

f > Page 18 SACHSE SENTINEL Fab. 1084 GARLAND I S D NEWS TIPS Enrichment Seminar -The GISD gifted program will sponsor "Building Brain Power" February 7 from 7:30-9 p.m. at Hickman Ele- mentary, 3114 Pinewood. Dr. Ann McGee-Cooper will speak on developing giftedness. CONTACT: Marta Mountjoy (494-8285) Orientations - To acquaint next year's ninth graders and their parents with changes in the high school curriculum, graduation requirements, and four-year plans. These pro- grams will include a slide/ tape show, counseling infor- mation, and a question/answer session. The programs will be held at 7:30 on the following nights: Feb. 7 -Garland High, Feb. 9 -Lakeview, Feb. 13 - North Garland, Feb. 16 - South Garland. CONTACT: Deborah Bryant (494-8485) Playing Cupid - North Garland's Student Council sponsored a "computer match up" for Valentine's Day as a fundraiser. The students vol- untarily answered a 30- question survey entitled "Heart to Heart". The stu- dents who participated will ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

...M . ' c' F«b. 1984 8ACH8E SENTINEL P*g« 10 TF.XTBOOK SAMPLES DISPLAYED Samples of the state- approved textbooks that are being considered for local adoption by the Garland In- dependent School District for the 1984-85 school year will be displayed at the Instructional Resource Center, 221 South Ninth Street, until March 1, 1984. Citizens may visit the Center to look over the books Mon- day through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Subject areas whose text- books will be adopted this year include: Language and Com- position, grades 1-8; English as a Second Language, grades 6-12"; Geometry; Trigonome- try; Algebra I, II; World History Studies; Latin, Levels I, II; Advanced Latin; French Levels I, II, III; Vocational Agriculture; Marketing and Distributive Education; Building Construction Trades; Metal Trades. A public hearing concerning local adoptions will be held Wednesday, February 15, 1984, at 3:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Administration Bu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1984

r t Pag* 20 8ACHSE SENTINEL Feb. 1984 CLASSIFIED 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 GENERAL HOUSE- CLEANING — 442-1562 MATH TUTOR: Grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Ruth Franklin at 495-7794. WANTED: Texas Licensed Plumbers W/Lead Capabilities. Must be able to work fast. Call 271-6360 or 530-7254. Office space for lease. Approximately 200 sq. ft. Sachse Industrial Park. Heating & A/C included. Utilities paid. $150.00 per month. 530-7180 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SEN- TINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING RATES — 15 words - $1.25 (mini- mum) 10<r per additional word. LAKE WELSH BASS ALMOST SETS RECORD MOUNT PLEASANT — The recent catch of a 15 pound, 1 Zi ounce largemouth bass ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

THE SRCHSE SEflTlllEL "Communicating With The Community' VOLUMN 9 NO. 3 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY MARCH 1984 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE OPENS FOR BUSINESS 5 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE, 6600 MURPHY ROAD, OPENED FOR BUSINESS ON FEBRUARY 21, 1984. As other businesses began their work day schedule on February 21, 1984, so did the First Na- tional Bank of Sachse when the bank opened their doors to the public. A three year special use permit to erect a modular building was approved on August 15, 1983. Dirt started to move immediate- ly and in a short period of time a beautiful 3,300 square foot, blue trimmed structure became the First National Bank of Sachse. Located at 6600 Murphy Road, John S. Cooper has been named bank president and Gary L. Over by as vice-president and cashier of First National Bank of Sachse. In the future years First National Bank of Sachse should make the vicinity of Murphy Road and Black- burn Road a historical site. Although it is not the fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

a •ll 1* Peg# 2 SACHSE SENTINEL March1984 THE SACHQE SENTINEL ESTABLISHED 1976 NEWS & ADVERTISING 530-1100 5624 Highway 78 Sachs*,Taxaa 75090 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 ot I he 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. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month DEADLINES EOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL - 20 of aach month - COUNCIL NOTES LETTER POLICY The 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 the ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

March 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL P*9« ( city Council ) Results of public hearing was next item on agenda. After a lengthy discussion on lot size, set backs and home square footage, council approved a compromise with a 40 foot set back on Blackburn Rd. Tom Daniels, engineer re- presenting Max Scheid, asked for approval on Willow Lake, H5 and 02 - final plat. Council approved. Council approved final plat on Heritage Country Estates on Merritt Rd. Mr. Wells asked the council to approve preliminary plat on Huntersridge Addition. P&Z recommended approval. Council approved. Anderson said the lot sizes in Sachse needed to be looked at and some changes made, ex- plaining that no one has built a R-l sub-division since Sachse South was built. Council and P&Z will have a work session on this and discuss the needs. Joe Stone, fire chief, pre- sented the council with a Mutual Aid Contract, which if signed, would be an agreement for those fire departments in Dallas County agreeing to help each ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

P«0« 3ACH3E SENTINEL March1984 It ANNOUNCEMENTS KALEIDOSCOPE EXHIBIT VISITS RICHARDSON SQUARE MALL Kaleidoscope will be visiting Richardson Square Mall February 29 through March 7th. The exhibit is available to children in grades one through six. Public sessions are held on Saturday and one-half day Sunday. The exhibit arrives in two tractor trailers. The sides fold down to become floors and it is transformed into a 2,000 sq. ft. Dis- covery Room and Art Workshop. The unit will be located on the south side of Rich- ardson Square Mall in the Montgomery Ward parking lot. A supplement to classroom art instruction, Kaleidoscope encourages self-expression. The 60-minute adventure of Kaleidoscope is a positive reinforcement of fun with art. KARATE EVENT A Full Contact Karate show will be at the Heila Temple, 2121 Rowlett Road in Garland on Satur- day, March 3, at 7:00 p.m. The sport event is presented by Walt Mason and Texas Karate Institution. All pro- ceeds will be donated to Shriners H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

March 1984 3ACHSE SENTINEL TOPPING TREES CAN CREATE PROBLEMS According to Stacy Reese, Dallas County Extension Agent-Horticulture, topping can ruin your trees faster than anything else around. Topping trees is not pruning, it's but- chery --"tree slaughter", if you please. In addition to ruining the natural shape and beauty of large shade trees, topping in- vites problems, adds Reese. Severe pruning, like an illness, weakens the plant and lowers its resistance to insects and diseases. These pests can eaily enter through open pruning wounds. So what's the answer? Three ideas come to mind: - Select and plant only well adapted trees. Most of the trees that fall victim to the pruner's saw in the home landscape are the fast growers, such as mimosa, elm, mulberry, catal- pa. These trees are noted for their rapid growth, not necessarily their attractive growth habits. - Homeowners often -be- come discontent with their ap- pearance, resorting to topping as a last-ditch effort to over- come ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

it l jl ■F •U I; To be loved is a blessing to us all. But to be loved by 16 goats, 12 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, 4 sons, a wife and countless friends is an honor seldom received. Lee Hutson, Sachse native, received that much love and more. Lee was the type of man you just couldn't help but love. The type that brought happi- ness to people just by being a 74-year-old man with a grin on his face, a sparkle in his eyes and a kind word for a friend or stranger. He cared about people and they cared for him. He was a gentle man with a kind heart. Whether friend or family or goat, Lee was special to us all. Lee was a contributory citi- zen of the Sachse community. He was one of the organizers of the incorporation of Sachse and was the city's First mayor pro-tern. He and his wife, Cleo, owned and operated Hutson Grocery for 22 years until 1973. He served as a policeman for seven years and later was a member of the Sachse Fire Department and SUMNER8 Graveside services for Avery Tr...

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