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

April 1984 8ACHSE SENTINEL Pag* r-i2i FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Anita Collins, our Executive Secretary, in addition to handling the schedules and appointments for our officers and Directors also fills in whereever help is needed. Anita will be especially helpful to you in providing loan informa- tion. The bulk of her past banking experience has been as loan sec- retary. Anita has attended sev- eral American Institute of Bank- ing courses including, Principles of Banking, Loan Documentation, Law and Banking and Real Estate Documentation. Though you will be impressed with her knowledge and efficency the thing you will probably re- member most about Anita is her Anita Collins EXECUTIVE SECRETARY personality. Anita truly enjoys working with people and it shows in her work. Having grown up in our rural community, she has learned the value of friendship, courtesy and respect for her peers and this too shows in her work. Anita is a resident of our com- munity residing in Wylie along wi...

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

Pag* 8ACH3E SENTINEL April 1084 Six Candidates File For Three Council Seats BILL STEWART Place 1 Dear Friends and Neighbors, I would like to thank all of you for the warmth and friend- liness that you have shown me during this campaign. It has made this effort a pleasurable experience and a worthwhile investment of my time that has returned many new acquain- tances in our community. I am a candidate for re- election to the Council and I would like you to know my philosophy of city government. I believe that the city govern- ment should reflect the con- cerns and desires of the citi- zens, and should conduct the business of the city to benefit the city as a whole rather than any special interest group. During my tenure on the Council I have implemented this philosophy in several ways. I supported the public hearings held to discuss the Multi- Family Zoning Ordinance. The Council listened to the people during those hearings and deleted Multi-Family districts from the Zoning Ordinance....

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

N * V r I . r f- O ' * • « < April 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pagt Henry Luman FOR CITY COUNCIL h . ■ rA I To the citizens of Sachse: I would like to represent you as your councilman. Since 1979,1 have lived at 5105 Greensboro with my wife, Jo Beth, and our three daughters, Kristi, Alison, and Amanda. I graduated from Garland High School in 1965, and from East Texas State University in 1971. I have owned a commercial construction co - mpany since 1974. I am not a developer nor do I have any business interest in the City of Sachse. I have served on the Sachse Planning and Zoning Commission for the last three years. This past year it has been my privilege to serve as Chairman of that Commission. As a member of the Com- mission, it has been gratifying to see our city directing its growth in a positive way. One of the things that we on the Planning and Zoning Commission helped to change in the past three years was the specifications for our city streets so that in the future all streets wi...

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

P«9« I.TJITUS-I -« -« II 8ACH3E 8ENTINEL April 1984 Area Deaths LENA J. STONE LENA JUDD STONE Services were held Friday, March 23, 1984 at Williams Chapel in Garland for Lena Judd Stone of Sachse. She passed away Wednesday, March 21, 1984 in Garland. Born November 21, 18% in Nevada, Texas she was the daughter of Judd and Erusla Stinebaugh Johnston. She married Josiah Stone of Sachse in 1925. Survivors include two sons: Joe Johnston Stone of Sachse and Robert S. (Buddy) Stone Sic************************ * * * * * * * * * * * * * GROSSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1890 114 LAST SIDE OF THE SQUARE- DOWNTOWN GARLAND Pho nc :i4i 276-9568 GARLAND, TEXAS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * « LIBRARY NOTES by Rosanne Burgess of Gariand; five grandchildren; Janis Tillerson of Greenville, Sharon Waller of Dallas, Lynn Grassman of Garland, Tommy Hall of Colorado, and Jimmy Hall of Garland; and five great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were: Gary Tillerson, Jimmy Hall, ...

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

April 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* VOTE April 7, 1984 To Improve: COMMUNICATIONS LEADERSHIP STREETS TAX $$ SPENDING WATER To Support: FIRE DEPT. POLICE DEPT. To Represent YOU! I JCC . >>. I / : :*> • J-'U' 1. ? fit ;*!Wob ELECT Tommy Roan CITY COUNCIL Pol. Ad. paid hy Tommy Roan. Sarhte, I X.

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

P««« 8ACHSE SENTINEL April 1084 A look at the building permits issued by the city in 1983 tells us quite a bit alJout the activity. There were 273 permits issued for the year. By comparison, there were 87 in 1982; 1981 and 1980 had 49 each. Of the 273 permits issued last year, 258 were for residential housing, 10 were for commercial and indus- Tfiai structures, 3 were for barns, 1 was a fence and the remaining 1 was for a sprinkler system. 33 of the housing permits were for duplexes. This brings the number of new housing units up to 291. The accom- panying graph illustrates how the various sizes of residence units are repre- sented by the permits. Of the 87 permits issued in 1982, 80 were for resi- dential housing, 5 were for commercial and industrial structures and the remain- ing 2 were for fences. 37 of the housing permits were for duplexes and 1 was for 24 units of multi-family housing. This brings the number of new housing units up to 140. 7 2 101 9 - 1100 Sq. Ft. BELOW R-5 24....

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

April 1084 SACH8E SENTINEL Page TRADITIONAL EASTER SUNRISE AND BREAKFAST AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Easter Sunrise Services will be held in the sanc- tuary of the Sachse Christian Church on Easter Sunday, April 22. Sunrise Services will be at 6:30 a.m. Following this service, members of the church will serve their traditional Easter breakfast at 7:00 a.m. Regular Worship Service will follow the breakfast at ll:00 a.m. This Holy service has been a tradition at the Sachse Christian Church for many years and members and guests of all denominations have always been invited to enjoy this good fellow- ship at Easter time each year. Rev. Jim Caughlan, pastor of the church, ex- tends an invitation to all to attend their Sunrise Services on Easter Sun- day, visit with friends, enjoy breakfast, the good fellowship and if you wish, stay for their regular worship service. The Sachse Christian Church is located on Ben Davis Road, just off Highway 78. Extra-Special Easter Baskets Gift-filled and ...

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

Page 10 SACHSE SENTINEL April 1984 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 1984-85 School Calendar AUGUST 1984 High School Registration August 13-Seniors 14 - Juniors 15 - Sophomores 16-Freshmen 17 - Orientation for freshmen and new students Elementary Registration August 17 - Registration for new students only (8:30a m -12:00p m.) Middle School Registration August 15 - Registration only for new students or those who have not completed a choice of school form Staff Development - August 21. 22. 23. 24 Beginning of Classes August 27 -1 st Six Weeks begins 1st Semester begins SEPTEMBER 1984 3-Labor Day Holiday OCTOBER 1984 5-1 st Six Weeks Ends (29 days) 8-2nd Six Weeks Begins 15-State Fair Day 26-Staff Development Student Holiday NOVEMBER 1984 16-2nd Six Weeks Ends (28 days) 19-3rd Six Weeks Begins 21-2:00 p.m. Dismissal for Thanksgiving Holidays 22-23-Thanksgiving Holidays 26-Classes Resume DECEMBER 1984 18-2:00 p m Dismissal for Christmas Holidays 19-31-Christmas Holidays JANUARY 1985 1...

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

April 1984 8ACH8E SENTINEL Female Veteran Population Continues to Grow The number of female veterans continues to grow slowly but steadily according to a report published by the Veterans Administration's Of- fice of Reports and Statistics. Women veterans living in the United States and Puerto Rico as of March 31, 1983, were estimated at 1,150,000, or 4.^ percent of all living veAans. The total was about 39wOO or 3.5 percent, higher thfctfiUhe 1980 Census figure, an irrasase which represents an upward trend not characteristic of the male veteran popula- tion. Administrator of Veterans Affairs Harry N. Walters pointed out that as the number of female veterans grows, and as more and more move into the older age groups, their needs will increase correspon- dingly. "The special problems con- fronting these women and the VA's response to their particu- lar needs will be better address- ed 4^s detailed demographic d^ta become available," Walters said. "This com- prehensive profile of the f...

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

Pag* 12 8ACHSE SENTINEL April 1984 Cuts Big Lawns Down to Size Jacobsen" LTX Lawn Tractor. . . 2 13 E. Buckingham Garland ^ ^ ^ ^ %^0 ^ ^L J , fjfc #p WTW -T' "T" ^ ^ v n 1 BUSINESS I * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CARDS PRINTED Choose from a variety of "raised print" selections on white or color paper stock with black or color ink Select artwork from one of our business designs or use your own logo COME BY - SEE OUR SAMPLES GISD BOARD NOTES GARLAND HIGH RECEIVES SPIRIT AWARD Trustees adopted a resolu- tion naming Garland High School as the 1983-84 recipient Sachse Shoppe 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ^R ^R ^R ^R ^R ^R ^R ^R ^R ^R '*•*>■«'« '■ * \W - .• v*'" '"# * - ■ > 4 4-/ **- 4*. ♦>«•% • , *V- *' - *jp* '■' /V4^'r Muncy & Son HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING SALES - SERVICE NEW JOBS & CHANGE OUTS REPAIR ALL MODELS SERVING SACHSE Garland, Wylie, Rockwall, Rowlett SINCE 1 958 495-7464 AIR ...

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

April 1084 8ACH8E SENTINEL 13 k TO: All Sachse Residents FROM: Dan Scarborough Candidate for City Council #) I would like to take this opportunity to express my opinion on some of the main issues concerning the City at this time. As a candidate for City Council, In the upcoming election I feel you should know where ! stand on these Items and what my qualifications for this office are. QUALIFICATIONS (A) 3 YEARS PRIOR CITY COUNCIL EXPERIENCE (B) 12 YEARS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE (C) 13 YEAR RESIDENT OF SACHSE I feel the following are some of the main Issues. CITY WATER SYSTEM The existing water system is fastly becoming Inadequate, in two areas, due to the building surge we have been experiencing. Area # 1 Is the lack of sufficient water storage facilities to supply our existing elevated tower. This could be a dangerous situation during peak use periods which we will be experiencing In the up- coming summer months. Area #2 Is the lack of water to give adequate fire protection d...

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

Pag« 1* SACHSE SENTINEL April 1984 Sachse Students Place Well in Rowlett & Coyle Science Fair Students from Pleasant Valley Ranch Estates took six of the nine top places in the primary division of the Rowlett Elementary Science Fair this year. Kim McCauley also took second place in the seventh- grade division of the Coyle Middle School Science Fair. Eight-year-old Jeremy Gore won first place for the third- grade section, as well as the Rowlett primary grand prize. Jeremy's project on Liquid Crystal Displays will be entered in the Dallas Regional Science Fair. Exhibits will be open to the public Saturday, April 7, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Sunday, April 8, from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., at Dallas Memorial Auditorium. Seven-year-old Jonathan Gore won first place in the first-grade section with a pro- ject answering the question "Are there life forms on other planets?" Jeremy and Jona- than are sons of Allan and Elaine Gore. Kim McCauley's second- place winner was a project ...

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

April 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 15 Gearing Up For The Bike-A-Thon (PLAN TO PARTICIPATE & PLEDGE NOW) Plans for the First Annual Bike-A-Thon benefiting the Sachse Public Library continue to be formulated, and prizes continue to be gathered for the event that has been planned for April 28, starting at 9:30 a.m until 12:00 noon. A picnic will start at noon. Theie w ill be hot dogs and drinks for sale. Library Board member Frances Stinnett reports that many civic groups are cooper- ating in this effort, including the Police Dept., Fire Dept., Ladies Auxiliary, Sunny Sachse Homemakers and the Library Board. Sachse Police Dept., assisted by the Fire Dept., will plan and patrol the bicycle route. On re- quest, the police will mark the bicycles for identifications, in case of theft. Hot dogs and drinks will be sold. Karen Kirker of Hound Dog Cleaning has volunteered to cook the hot dogs and they were pur- chased at cost from The Market Place. Librarian Rosanne Burgess and former librari...

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

• '*>■ 8ACHSE SENTINEL April 1084 Auxiliary Members Enjoy Leisure Meeting Following a brief business session at their Mareh 20 meeting, members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department just had fun and enjoyed delicious refreshments. To add new flavors to vegetables, prepare: -Carrots cooked in orange juice and/or pineapple juice; or with grated lemon or orange rind added after cooking; or with caraway seeds or with nutmeg. -Whole Kernel Corn cooked with green or red peppers, or with chili powder, garlic powder and/or onion. -Green Beans cooked with a small amount of onion or dill, sage or basil. WAYS TO SPICE UP YOUR VEGETABLES -Dry beans, especially pin- tos, can be seasoned with onion, chili powder, celery, green peppers, oregano or cumino seed. Try all of these together in a pot of beans. -Tomatoes cooked with gar- lic, crushed basil, diced celery and green peppers; or with celery seeds, flakes or celery salt or bay leaves. -Cucumbers with vinegar, basil, dill, m...

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

April 1984 8ACHSE SENTINEL P«g« 17 f'S N s I u onun n<Ln, / y*/ 7j <UW. J/'v*-V,/„.vrj./, HlkW:J B1wina.-,t)frrx.(M> 'If v. / t*./, n.JiW ^ri-j Our Day To Rejoice Share the contentment and peace of worshipping with dear friends and family. Easter means renewing our faith and trust in Him...as well as in all mankind. COMPLIMENTS OF: MERL AND LAURIE SCHWENK Cancer Beware" Presented To Homemakers The March meeting of the SSHC was a very busy one. The Bike-A-Thon to raise money to support the Sachse Library was discussed. The members voted to help with the Bike-A-Thon, and also do- CARD of THANKS The family of Lena J. Stone would like to express our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to our many friends and neighbors for the love, comfort and concern that was shown us during the recent illness and death of our loved mother, grandmother, and great- grandmother. Kind words, florals, cards, food, prayers and many more ways. A special thank you to members of the Sachse Indies Auxili...

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

P«a* is SACHSE SENTINEL April 1084 T U E C FILES RATE INCREASE REQUEST Texas Utilities Electric Co. (TUEC) filed March 9 a re- quest for an increase in electric rates of $304.2 million, or an average increase of 8.0 percent. The request was filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas and the cities served by Texas Power & Light Co., Texas Electric Service Co. and Dallas Power & Light Co., divisions of TUEC. Bob J. Vincent, manager of the TP&L district office at Garland, said the requested in- crease would raise the average monthly rates for residential customers by $6.08 on 1,000 kilowatt hours of electrical use. The new rates include a sea- sonal differential to reflect the increased costs the company incurs for peak-use times. The summer rate for 1,000 kilowatt hours would be $89.31 and the winter rate for that usage would be $68.11. The primary reasons for the rate increase request are to pre- vent further deterioration of the company's financial condi- tion and...

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

April 1984 SACH3E SENTINEL Pag* 1 • Dear Sachse Citizens, My name is Eldon Gordon and I am presently serving on your City Council. I have one year remaining in my second term. As you Know, three seats of the City Council are up for re-election. In voting to fill these vacancies please consider the general philosophy jfiu wish your City Council to have. During the last three years that I Wve served on the City Council, I believe that we have made many changes which benefited you, the citizens of Sachse. These include: 1) Passage of a water bond to expand the City's water capacity. This expansion will be completed this year. During this summer, we may need to buy some water from Garland. The two cities are currently negotiating these purchases under the terms of an existing con- tract. During the past six months Sachse has purchased 7.5 million gallons of water from Garland under this contract. A lock has been placed on our common water valve by Garland for their use in assur- ing the...

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

tm Pag* 20 8ACHSE SENTINEL April 1064 TOP 20 BASS LISTED BY PARKS & WILDLIFE FIRST GARLAND EXPANSION BEGINS The development of trophy largemouth bass fishing in Texas can be charted on a listing of the largest 20 caught from the state's reservoirs. Bob Bounds, inland fisheries management coordinator for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment, compiled the list to use in future bass management plans. Introduction of the Florida strain of largemouth bass in the early 1970s apparently triggered the explosion in catches of trophy-sized fish, Bounds believes. "Ten years ago, the 13-pound, eight- ounce state record bass caught in 1943 looked unbeatable," said Bounds. "Now seven bass bigger than that have been taken, and a fisherman has to catch a bass of 13 pounds or more to even make the top 20 list.' The list below contains the top 20 bass by weight. Ties are included, so the list actually includes 27 fish. Ranking Weight Angler Home Town Date Caught Lake 1 15-8 John Alexander Da...

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

April 1 084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag® 2 1 FERTILIZE FARM PONDS FOR MORE FISH Fertilizer can double or tri- ple fish yields from farm ponds, and now is the time to apply it. An inorganic fertilizer is the best choice, with granular 20-20-5 at the rate of 80 Pxwnds per surface acres or li- Juid 16-32-0 at the rate of l gallon per surface acre most often recommended, says Em- metl Anderson, County Agent with the Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service, Texas A&M University System. For best results with granular formulations, pour the fertilizer directly onto sunken platforms. If this method is not feasible, split the sacks and place the fertilizer in shallow water. Fertilizer may be poured directly into water less than 3 feet deep. If a liquid formulation is used, dilute each gallon of fer- tilizer with 10 gallons of water and pour directly into the pond. Water in the pond should develop a greenish color, in- dicating a phytoplankton bloom, about four to six weeks after the first applica...

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

Pag* 22 8ACH8E SENTINEL April 1084 NATIONAL 4-H CITIZENSHIP SHORT COURSE AND HERITAGE TOUR Texas 4-H'ers and adult leaders will have an opportuni- ty to participate in the National 4-H Citizenship Short Course and Heritage Tour again this summer. A total of 80 youth and adult leaders from Texas can participate in the program. The tour group will depart from Dallas on June 19. Dele- gates will tour historical points of interest enroute to Wash- ington, D.C. The Heritage Tour takes four days and will be highlighted with the Citizen- ship Short Course at the Na- tional 4-H Center. There will be four more days of return travel studying American heritage, with the tour ending in Dallas, July 3. Points of interest to be visited include the Kennedy Center, Arlington National Cemetery, the Capitol and Library of Congress, memo- rials to great Americans, Mount Vernon, Williamsburg, Monticello and the Museum of Atomic Energy. The National 4-H Citizen- ship Short Course and Heri- tage Tour is ...

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