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

March 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL P g« PLANTS THINGS Tropical Plants Silk Flowers Many Gift Ideas Rita Puckett Presents Homemakers Program NOW FORMING TOLE PAINTING CLASS MON-8AT 8:30-8:90 ; i 112 N. BALLARD WYLIE j§jre Rowlett Florist & Gifts Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements t§ Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts Wire Service We Deliver 0 475-2098 CLUB 3830 MAIN STREET ROWLETT Cassfc Goudeau, left and Pamela Baker, right, assist Rita Puckett with her the February meeting of the Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club. program at Some scenes from the December 14, 1983 Christmas party of the Sachse Homemakers are shown here. The party and luncheon was hosted by the club's president, Pamela Baker, in her new home. Special guest, Margaret Guy, Dallas County Extension Agent, attended the holiday event. The twenty-two members who attended brought covered dishes and gifts were exchanged. TOP PICTURE: President Pamela Baker, left and Vice-President Bonnie Longacre at one of the holid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

3ACHSE SENTINEL M«rch1984 POLICE STATION A REALITY From a vision to a reali- ty. This is how many folks of the Sachse area see the completion of the new Police Station, especially the men and women of the Sachse Police Department. Through many hours of discussion, planning, hop- ing, and effort, this much needed facility has been made possible. The office building will provide something that the depart- ment has not had before now, room to operate, room to provide separate areas for the Chief, the Communications, Court Clerk, and the newest addi- tion of a book-in area with two new holding cells. Prior to this, officers have had no secure place to hold a prisoner on a temporary basis, especially while awaiting transportation to another jail facility. The construction was primarily done by the of- ficers in the police depart- ment. Those major projects comprising the foundation, brick laying, and utilities were contracted out. Many hours and materials were donated toward getting the ...

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

March 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pfrg« m LIBRARY NOTES by Rosanne Burgess Sachse Public Library is becoming an active center for many of our residents, from the youngest beginning "lookers" to several on the plus side of maturity. We have information and entertain- ment for all. The past year has seen a constantly increasing cir- culation of materials, from 186 items checked out in January of 1983, to 529 items checked out in January 1984. All that is necessary to become a member of the library is that you be a Dallas County resident and come in and fill out an application card. Easy! Traphene Hickman, the Dallas County Head Librarian was out visiting several branches last week, and she was very impressed with the efforts of many Sachse citizens to donate their time, talents and money to improve our surroundings and service. She advised me that any group or person donating funds to the library will have those funds matched by the county, for just this one last year. I have received severa...

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

¥ if; i? n ■ J C ji Phi# 10 8ACHSE SENTINEL March1984 CEDAR CREEK: Water clear, murky in coves, 53 degrees, 21 inches low; black bass fair and spotty to VA pounds on buzz baits; hybrid striper and white bass slow; crappie spotty in 18-20 feet of water off creeks and under bridges; catfish slow. CYPRESS SPRINGS: Wa- ter murky, 49 degrees, normal level; black bass fair to 3 pounds in 5 feet of water on RatLtraps; crappie good to 80 fish per stringer in 40 feet of water on minnows and white jigs; catfish slow. LAKE O THE PINES: Wa- ter clear, 60 degrees, 7 inches above normal and rising; black bass good to 5Vi pounds on lizards, Long A and Billy Bass lure; crappie good in 10-15 feet of water, some in shallows on spinners; catfish good on cut- bait; hybrid striper good to 3 Vi pounds on cranks and Long As. MONTICELLO: Water clear, 70 degrees, normal level; black bass excellent to 11 \ FISHING REPORT pounds on black worms; crap- pie fair in 20-25 feet of water on minnows and jigs; catfis...

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

March 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL P«9« 11 Students Provide Entertainment BIKE-A-THON PLANNED BY SACHSE LIBRARY M Some of the preschoolers at the Sachse Community Christian SchOol and Day Care ac- companied the students in grades kindergarten thru eighth grade when they visited the Serenity Haven Nursing Home. The students provided Valentine entertainment, gifts and refreshments for the residents. jy. ii« J,* 4* ^ ^ sL ^ *sL 4f ^ *JL *1* 4* ^ ^ •! S ^ ^ p ♦T% -Is "T* -T *r V T* *v *T* *1* Is T11 ^ *T* ^ ^ *T> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * i * MZZ though You Set Your Own Value in make of himself pretty nearly what he wants Though he he handicapped by poverty, and he be deprived of friends and others who might assist him, if he has the will to do, he can attain the end toward which he sets out. At any rate, he won't miss it far. And by reaching for the height, even though he cannot quite touch it, man improves his standards. 1'very ...

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

Pete 12 3ACHSE SENTINEL Merch19S4 Teenage Alcohol and Drug Abuse Presented to Auxiliary new arrivals Jim Ince was the guest speaker at the February Sachse Ladies Auxiliary meeting. Mr. Ince is a teacher and a fireman and training officer for the Murphy Fire Department Cadet Group. Mr. Ince gave a very enlightening talk on Teenage Alcohol and Drug Abuse. There is an alcohol and drug epidemic in America. Many people deny the problem exists, but it is there and not just in the large cities-small towns have their share, too. Mr. Ince explained some reasons for teenagers turning to alcohol and drugs. Today's teenagers are being pressured "to suc- ceed". Many parents want their children to have all the things they did without. They want their children to be popu- lar and successful in school, Jim Ince spoke on Teenage Drug and Alcohol Abuse at the February meeting of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary. make perfect grades. When the children cannot cope with the pressures they may use alcohol or ...

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

Pag* 13 Hutchison - Tippit Repeat Vows MRS. CURTIS GLENN TIPPIT ^vi Betty Jo Huchison of Sachse and Curtis Glenn Tippit of Dallas exchanged wedding vows at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Garland on Friday, March 2, 1984. The Rev. A. F. Sanders performed the cere- mony. The bride is the daughter of r. & Mrs. Don C. Hutchison of Sachse. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Marie Tippit Thomas of Dallas. The bride wore a formal gown of taffeta. The empire bodice was enhanced with pearl and sequin accents and chantilly lace sleeves tapered to a point. The gown featured back lace flounces comple- mented with a chapel length train, Juliette laid with finger- lip veil and blusher. Peggy Jane Stephenson of Gilmer, Texas served as matron of honor and Brenda Tippit, sister of the groom, of Dallas and Becky Walker Ell- ington of Mesquite were bridesmaids. Jack Clayton of Tyler, Texas was best man. Grooms- men were Glenn Mitchell of Perrin, Texas and Allan Tip- pit, brother of the groom, of Dallas...

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

Pag* 14 3ACHSE SENTINEL March1984 h r 1 i r ,• j YOUQ FLCWED^w AND PLANTS Helpful Hints From SAF— The Center For Commercial Floriculture Q. I water my plants every week, like clockwork, always on the same day and yet they look terrible. What's the matter? A. Indoor house plants are a little like people. Sometimes they don't want or need a drink. Florists will tell you overwatering is the number one killer of plants. Here are some of my favorite hints that are guar- anteed to help you: • Push a thumb or fin- ger into the soil to a depth of about an inch. If the soil is dry, watering is needed. • When watering, mois- ten the soil thoroughly... until you see water draining out the openings at the bot- tom of the container. If the pot is in a saucer, drain the excess fluid. • Use water that is luke- warm and free of salt. • To learn more about caring for house plants, visit a professional florist. Answers to questions pro- vided by Vincent P. Adamo, President, SAF—The Center for Commerc...

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

March 1984 SACH3E SENTINEL Pa-g* 18 REPUBLICBANK GARLAND ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS & CHARLES DAY Following the annual stockholders meeting of RepublicBank Garland, the Board of Directors elected Donald R. Hollister, Chairman of the Board and Chief Ex- ecutive Officer; Charles W. Day, President and Chief Ad- ministrative Officer;and Irene M. Bond, Vice President and Cashier. Donald R. Hollister came to RepublicBank Garland as Pre- sident and Chief Executive Of- ficer in April 1982 and with his election as Chairman, he suc- ceeds Vincent E. Thompson, who retired effective January 31, 1984 after 30 years service with the RepublicBank Cor- poration. Mr. Hollister began his banking career with a large downtown Dallas bank after graduating from Texas A & M University in 1959. He left that DONALD R. HOLLI8TER FIGURES i IRENE M. BOND A new system has been developed that can increase the computational power of existing computers by up to 16 billion calculations a sec- ond. Each processor ...

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

Pag* 16 SACHSE SENTINEL March1984 i I j i i I I I ^Washington liilltiiliiv WHO SHOULD PAY The official break-up of the Bell Telephone System, on January 1, 1984, means good news and bad news for consumers. The good news is that it may be a few cents cheaper to wish your grandmother a long-distance "Happy New Year." The bad news is that, before long, Grandma might not be able to afford a phone. Many Americans could join Grandma if a re- cent Federal Communica- tions Commission (FCC) di- rective boosting monthly telephone bills is allowed to stand. This new hike is called an "access charge" and it's expected to increase rates as much as five times in the next few years. To date, AT&T and oth- er long-distance companies have been paying the costs each year for local tele- phone companies to link up their customers with long- distance service. With the AT&T break-up, however, the FCC chose to shift the costs onto "end-users," or consumers. Each house and busi- ness with a teleph...

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

March 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL 17 GARLAND FEDERAL BOARD APPROVES CHANGE TO TEXAS STATE CHARTER The board of directors of Garland Federal Savings and Loan approved state docu- ments which convert the association to a Texas chartered mutual savings I association. Garland Federal, the first ' Savings and loan in the city, now becomes First Garland Savings. Organized in 1936, First Garland has grown to $126 million-plus in assets. Joe F. Holt, president and chief executive officer, said the change to State of Texas from federal charter was made to provide additional services to customers, allowing First Garland to become competi- tive not only with other S & L's but also with the banks in the area. "This allows us to offer customers commercial loans, personal loans, commercial and personal checking ac- counts, credit cards and off- premise banking privileges," Holt said. First Garland can provide customers with both Visa and MasterCard and will have MPACT and Pulse, allowing automatic t...

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

f-1 i * If 1 *? •if If,, i« > p iff r 'If Pag* 18 8ACHSE SENTINEL March1984 Cooking Corner A New American Favorite: The 'Impossible' Pie From time to time, cer- tain recipes sweep the coun- try, appearing in communi- ty cookbooks, showing up at potluck suppers and cre- ating enjoyment at the dinner table. The latest culinary sensation is known as the Impossible Pie. Why impossible? Because this versatile recipe seems to do the impossible.. .it makes its own crust while it bakes. That's a real boon to home- makers who don't have the time or want the bother of making a crust. The Impossible Pie orig- inated in the mid-1960s. Passed along by word of mouth and through recipe exchanges, recipes for the custardlike creations soared in popularity. Today, there are recipes for Impossible Pies that are appropriate for everything from main dishes to desserts. Impossible Pies are made with three basic steps — blend, pour and bake. An especially delicious variation is the Impossible Chicken ...

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

March 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL P«?« 10 INSURANCE MEMBER Life Round Table LIFE • AUTO • HOME UP TO 35% SAVINGS ON HOMEOWNERS POLICIES UP TO 20<7o SAVINGS ON AUTO POLICIES 27 1-2455 9. awye 1008 - D STONEWALL GARLAND - 75043 CORNER STORE "YOUR STORK ON THE CORNER' HWY 78 & 3rd Slreet SACHSE Beds - Dressers Couches - Chairs Refrigators Washer & Dryer BABY CLOTHES To Help You With Your Selections f | - Saehse Residents - j i JEWEL DAVIS & OPHELIA BATES I We Buy Used Merchandise - Call Us 495-0247 OPEN: MON. - SAT. 10:30 - 5:30 Board Revises Math Course Offerings For Grades 6-8 Upon the recommendation of the Administration, Trus- tees modified the middle school mathematics program. ii *> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * JL L A WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT- City Convenience WITH Country Privacy ROLLING TERRAIN TREES * STREAMS * PONDS FROM 2 to 20 ACRES NORTHEAST DALLAS COUNTY GARLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT CALL (214) 270-4481 * * * * * * * * * * * * * ...

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

*••• 10 8ACHSE SENTINEL March1904 Sachs# Ttachtr's History Class Rtcognlxtd Bronnie Helton's seventh grade Texas History class was presented a copy of the Texas Declaration of Indepen- dence by the James Butler Bonham Chapter of the Repub- lic of Texas. This presentation was made to promote and enhance Texas history, foster patriotism and perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who achiev- ed Texas independence, and to generate interest in Texas Sesquicentennial which will be celebrated in 1986. Mr. Helton is a resident of Sachse and teaches at DeWitt Jr. High in Carrollton. Cities Salss Tax State Comptroller Bob Bullock in February sent checks totaling $105.4 million in local sales tax payments to the 980 cities that levy the one percent city sales tax. Statewide, 1984 payments are running 2.57 percent ahead of last year. However, because of changes in reporting re- quirements that converted 15,000 small- and medium- sized taxpayers from quarterly to monthly payment s...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

March 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL 21 POLICE REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1984 There were a total of 96 calls for the month of January, 1984. They were as follows: Three Burglary Calls: (2) of a Habitation (1) of a Motor Vehicle. Two Criminal Mischief: (1) Vandalism (1) Reckless Damage. One Indecent Exposure. One Forgery Case: Still under investigation. • Four Theft: (1) Investigation completed (3) Still under in- vestigation. Three Fire: (1) Assisted Wylie Police Dept. (2) Grass fires. One Escort: Funeral Escort. Two Prowler. Twenty-one Miscellaneous Nine Disturbance: Several Motorcycle disturbance calls were reported. One Missing Child was reported: Child has been found. Two Drunk Persons were reported. Six Animal Calls: Ranging from dogs running loose & cattle on roadways. Five Accidents: All were minor accidents. Ten Suspicious Vehicles. One Suspicious Person. There were a total of 24 arrests made during this month con- sisting of traffic violations, public intoxication, D.W.I.,...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

P*9« sa SACH8E SENTINEL March 1084 TERRY DORSEY AT WYLIE OPRY's B-B-Q GISD's Interesting People Interesting People - With a student population of almost 31,000 and a staff numbering close to 3,000, there is an abundance of human interest stories, including: Ann Her- rington, English teacher at North Garland who grows or- chids as a hobby. She shares her talents with fellow educa- tors by bringing orchids for the offices and classrooms. John Hale, teacher/coordi- nator of ICT, has sky diving as his hobby. He has logged over 200 jumps and did not begin skydiving until age 49. He wrote, "I attempt to use the hobby as a positive force to convince students that they are Mr. Riley, left, of Wylie Opry, introduces Terry Dorsey, disc jockey at Radio Station KPLX. Terry entertained guests with his witticism while they enjoyed the Opry's delicious barbeque with all the trimmings on February 18. The Wylie Opry presents family entertain ment each Saturday. Diamond T Grass & Landscape Co. 0 ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

March 1084 SACH8E SENTINEL P*g« 23 TO KEEP ROSES HEALTHY AND BLOOMING While the rose is an amaz- ingly versatile plant that thrives on a wide variety of condi- tions, gardeners can take cer- tain steps to keep plants healthy and blooming. For a bountiful rose garden this spring, Stacy Reese, Dallas County Extension Agent-Hor- fculture, offers these sugges- ts. Rose plants are sturdier and produce more flowers in full sun -- at least five or six hours of direct sun is best. Early morning sun is especially good since it quickly dries moisture on plants, thus reducing di- seases. Good draingage and air cir- culation are essential for preventing diseases and rotting plants. Dr. William Welch, Exten- sion Landscape Horticulturist, says roses prefer heavy clay soils although they can thrive in a wide variety of soil types. They also prefer slightly acid soils. Soil can be improved by incorporating compost or other organic material into the top foot. Agricultural gypsum can improve the tex...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1984

CLASSIFIED MATH TUTOR: Grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Ruth Franklin at 495-7794. UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE. 442-3456 HOUND - DOG CLEANING: Karen Kirker 495-7941 GENERAL HOUSE- CLEANING — 442-1562 P1ANOWORKS OF GARLAND will be running a super tuning special during the month of April for Sachse residents only. Look for our display ad in the April issue. For complete piano tuning call 272-6990. Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 Lawn and Garden Services for Home or Business. Large or Small. Call LAWN- MASTERS. In Wylie and Sachse. Call Jay Paulk 442-1817. BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SEN- TINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING RATES — 15 words - SI.25 (mini- mum) 10C per additional word. New Convenience Store Chain Seeking Experienced Cashiers — Good Salary — For Experienced Employee Apply By Phone or in Person ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE MYIQUICK Food Stores 544/2551 (Murphy Road) MURPHY, TEXAS <214) 258...

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

1HE SHCHSE SEflTMEL "Communicating With The Community" VOLUMN 9 NO. 4 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY APRIL 1984 SACHSE RESIDENT DONATES KIDNEY Vote Saturday Pictures and information were contributed by Donna I. arey of Dallas, Texas Weldon E. Dean's family now thinks of him as their hero. Weldon, better known as "Petey", is 30 years old and has lived in Sachse all his life. On February 8, 1984 he dona- ted one of his kidneys to save the life of his three-year-old cousin. The transplant took place at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis, Min- nesota and was performed by Dr. John Nigerian, a well- known transplant surgeon. Petey's sister says this came about when in December the family of eight brothers and sisters were having their Christmas get-together and his mother received a phone call from her sister, Beverly Massegee, saying that her daughter Pebbles needed a se- cond kidney transplant or she would not live. The family was asked to take tests and be ty...

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

Pig« 8ACHSE SENTINEL April 1084 THE SACHSE SENTINEL ESTABLISHED 1976 NEWS & ADVERTISING 530-1100 5624 Highway 78 Sachs*,Ttxai 75098 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 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 FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL - 20 of each 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 right to edit...

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