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

May 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Paga 11 Texas Faces Challenge To Improve Education By Governor Mark While AUSTIN - The Select Commit- tee on Public Education held its final meeting last week and took a series of hard votes to set a new course for education in Texas. The Select Committee's recom- mendations for higher teacher pay, increased state equalization aid for poor school districts, smaller classes in early grades, and greater attention to the learn- ing needs of the disadvantaged took shape after 10 months of hard work. The committee's report embod- ies a plan to restore academic ex- cellence and achievement, one that recognizes today's economic realities without shortchanging either our teachers or our chil- dren. Its conclusions reflect the input of many Texans who attended a series of public hearings in differ- ent parts of the state. While the public found much to praise in our schools, their hours of tes- timony touched on common weaknesses in our educational system — low teach...

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

Page 12 SACHSE SENTINEL May 1084 CANDLEWICKING PRESENTED TO HOMEMAKERS Bonnie Longacre, vice-president of Sachse Homemakers, explains the technique of candlewicking to other members as they practice on sample patterns. Candlewicking was the pro- gram for members and guests of the Sunny Sachse Home- makers Club at their April 11 meeting. The program was presented by Bonnie Longacre, who explained that the art of candlewicking dated back to colonial times. Each lady pre- r sent was given a sample design to practice on as Bonnie demonstrated the different kinds of threads, knots and fabrics that could be used to make the many different pil- lows, wall hangings, framed pictures and other items that she had on display. Eighteen members and two guests, Cheryl Roland and Shirley Smith were present I participated in the program.^5r| A trip was planned for May 4. Members who plan to go will meet at City Hall at 7:45 a.m. and carpool to Big Sandy to visit Annie's Attic and have lunch. They wi...

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

May 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 13 V A QUESTIONS & ANSWERS > EDITOR'S NOTE: Follow- ing are representative questions answered daily by VA counse- '1* lors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q - May a veteran or other eligible claimant work and still be evaluated as unemployable for benefits purposes? A — Each claim for unem- ployability benefits is deter- mined on the basis of facts in the individual case. The nature and extent of employment and the effects of service-connected disabilities are taken into con- sideration. Veterans who are rated unemployable and who begin any type of employment should notify the VA at once so that continued eligibility can be re-evaluated. 0 -- 1 was recently discharg- ed from military service and need to know if 1 am entitled to unemployment compensation. A - Recent changes in federal law have resulted in eligibility restrictions. Veterans should apply immediately after leaving the service at their nearest local state employment s...

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

Pag* 14 SACHSE SENTINEL May 1084 AMERICA'S HISTORV Discovered: Lost Postcard from America's Favorite Artist There is good news for fans of the famous artist Norman Rockwell — an original post- card created by Rockwell dur- ing a 1927 tour of Europe has just been found and the art is now being made available to the public. The postcard is the fourth and final card in a series Rockwell painted while visiting England, France, Italy and Germany with two friends. Rockwell Society of America re- searchers located the postcard in the possession of Dorothy Hart, daughter of one of Rockwell's travelling compan- "The Walk Along the Rhine." According to the Society, Rockwell had nearly filled a sketchbook with his impres- sions of European life when in Madrid, he discovered that the sketchbook was lost or stolen. The four postcards, which were mailed to a few friends in the states, are among the only re- maining works from this his- toric trip The artwork for the recently uncovered postcard de...

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

May 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL P«g« 15 Garland Students Offered Scholarships Six of the district's National Merit finalists have been of- fered college-sponsored four- year merit scholarships. These awards are subject to the con- dition that the students attend the sponsoring institutions. Stephen Ake (North Gar- land) and Jill Hardenburg jF rth Garland) have been of- Wed merit scholarships by Texas A & M. Baylor Universi- ty has extended a scholarship offer to David H. Harper (South Garland). Scott Wat- kins (Lakeview) and John Kevin Salser (Lakeview) have been offered scholarships by the University of Texas Austin. Timothy D. Stettheimer (Lake- view) has received a scholar- ship offer from Abilene Chris- tian University. Stephen Ake, son of Ken- neth and Gloris Ake, is trea- surer of the Junior Engineering Technological Society and is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, Beta Club, National Honor Society. He is involved in weight lifting, soccer, and football. Stephen has placed in several m...

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

Pag* * A i. O ' A * > 16 n ti i r «n ^ o m ^ * '? SACHSE SENTINEL May 1084 1984-85 Hunting Seasons Set by P & W A standard statewide quail season was one of the major changes among the 1984-85 hunting seasons adopted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Friday (March 30). The Nov. 3, 1984 through Feb. 24, 1985 quail hunting season is the first in the state's modern history without excep- tions for the various counties or regions. The commission also set the white-tailed deer hunting sea- son for Nov. 17, 1984 through Jan. 6, 1985 in most counties. Exceptions include certain counties in the Panhandle which will have a season of Nov. 17-Dec. 2; counties in the Trans-Pecos which will have Nov. 24-Jan. 6; and Marion, Morris, Cass, Bowie and Red River Counties in East Texas, where the whitetail season will be split, Nov. 17-30 and Dec. 26-31. The nine-day mule-deer sea- sons will be Nov. 17-25 in the Panhandle and Nov. 24- Dec. 2 in the Trans-Pecos. The commission also voted...

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

May 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 17 AUXILIARY HOSTS SUPPER AND AUCTION A brief business meeting was held prior to the sandwich sup- per and auction held Tuesday, April 17, at the fire station for members of the Ladies Aux- iliary, their husbands, guests, and members of the Fire De- partment and their wives. Discussion was held on the May 19 rummage sale. This an- nual event helps raise funds for the fire department. Librarian Rosanne Burgess attended the meeting to thank the Auxiliary for their donation to the Bike- a-Thon and showed the prizes she purchased with the funds. Following the delicious sup- per, more than 50 members and guests settled back for an evening of hectic bidding for the many items on the auction table. Larry Belcher volun- teered to act as auctioneer, and his enthusiasm helped make this year's auction very suc- cessful. f * f 1 A good crowd turned out and enjoyed the food and great vited to this annual event, which is sponsored by the fun at the supper and auction...

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

Paga 18 SACHSE 8ENTINEL May 1984 Who IsThreatened Most By Acid Rain CANINE BITS PLAYER Constant washings of acid rain erode the surfaces of many buildings, gravestones, works of art and automobiles in North America and elsewhere in the world. Architectural structures such as the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., the Par- liament Buildings in Ottawa, Canada, the Acropolis in Athens and the Colosseum in Rome, as well as India's Taj Mahal, show the effects of acid rain. The threat of acid rain, how- ever, is believed to be far more devastating than simply mar- ring national monuments. Ex- perts call it a social, ecolog- ical and economic problem — perhaps one of the most serious the world has ever faced. Watching the rain drop gently onto a remote lake a • thousand miles from the nearest industrial center, it may be difficult to accept that what has just fallen is slowly killing most of the life within that innocent body of water. Already in the U.S. and Canada, over a thousand riv...

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

May 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 19 Western Auto We'll Be Good To You " Associate Store HOME OWNED & OPERATED KEN and NOREEN FORD We Have A Large Selection Of Bicycles • Radios Tools • Guns (LAY-AWAYS WELCOME) HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES SOLD HERE WE MOUNT AND BALANCE ALL OUR TIRES WESTERN AUTO 111 N. Ballard ^ wWi Wylie, Texas 442-5675 CEDAR CREEK: Water murky, 60 degrees, normal level; black bass good to 9 pounds, 11 ounces on black lizards, worms and large spin- ners; hybrid striper good to IVi pounds in open water at 20 feet; crappie good to 45 fish per stringer; white bass ex- cellent in open water in major creeks to 100 fish per stringer; yellow catfish good to 37 pounds in shallow water; chan- nel catfish good to 5 Vi pounds. MONTICELLO: Water clear, 78 degrees, normal level; black bass good to 9'A pounds on black worms, black lizards and some cranks; crappie on minnows and jigs in 10 feet of water; catfish excellent to 15 pounds on shrimp and night crawlers. MOSS LAKE: W...

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

I lit a g«! ii ■i« H M; B i I * I h i s I ' if ■ W ' * I fl i t ■ : r H Mil (J im to 30% Off ITOeK PORTABLE BUILDINGS Ga«e&os Pitmie Tables Stable Buildings Bird Pains FoHoiains t'oRerele aiaman^ 530"= 1 786 ACCIDINTt IN tACHSI #*(W Highway 1% - afiBse 1WP-T - ''-in-«TWiT«MiTMirn rTif.i; '■ u mmvm i 'h** Money <§ if,| §g§g «j mepv §pg ?hg fiF§t ^Mins§ i? ssmsfimg? mere aiffieui? *8 tnap t|ie secoaq mjjjjofv iean fiousse^H U 'Mil •> Auto Professional Collision Body Repair Aji vvbiK guaiaiifwta We it^e the time t@ 4o it right Open WeeKnighfs and ^atufday Merninp§ CONVENIENTLY LOCATED in Tft# iieltsi industrial t*« H HIHHW4Y ni W1M IfBBB 80*0 North iidfe Sharpening Service = galas ft @efv)6f « rrfrr? I§ feAV«N BR k§wn Mn*9f Rtpairs * $ § f¥) ff j $ f « i M"6 ii||o Ati- dWARAMTicj.. wtsusm* §*W iHMS ws bf!-h! Lifin ih mm MINORS

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

1964 SACH8E SENTINEL DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL 442-3261 Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & BODY VW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 < MERRITT ROAD AT LIFT STATION %jL' X 5 k«wr * * 4900 SACHSE ROAD The majority of stars we know of are in binary systems where two stars move through space to- gether and influence each other gravitationally. The 48-star flag served as the national flag the longest of any flag, from 1912 to 1959. When one adds up the number of letters in the names of the playing cards — from ace with three letters all the way to king with four letters — the total comes to 52, the precise number of cards in the deck. NEED HOMES ON ACREAGE MLS Odie Hall Realtors • We Deal In Country Property IB. Bt AlTOB HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE AGENT 276-0021 272-8214 City of Sachse, Texas STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION - BUDGET AND ACTUAL GENERAL FUND Year ended September 30, 1983 Park and Recreation Utilities Ma intenance Miscellaneous Poli...

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

If if I ! t i j •* r > *' P«0« 22 rj(3 v 8 H 5 '■ & SACH3E SENTINEL C. t> May 1084 i ; * * - I COOKING 0 CHEF'S SALAD BOWL, MEXICALI 1 can (8-1/4 oz.) Dole Sliced Pineapple in Syrup 2 to 3 cups Bud of California Shredded Lettuce 1/2 cup thinly sliced zucchini or jicama 1/4 cup sliced green onion 1 cooked whole chicken breast, cubed 1/2 cup Jack or Cheddar cheese strips 1 small tomato, sliced 1 small avocado, sliced Chili Dressing Corn chips Pumpkin seeds, shelled & toasted Drain pineapple, reserving 1/4 cup syrup. Combine let- tuce, zucchini and onion; spoon into 2 salad bowls. Top with chicken, pineapple, cheese, tomato and avocado slices. Serve with Chili Dres sing. Sprinkle with corn chips and pumpkin seeds. Makes 2 generous servings. Chili Dressing 1/4 cup reserved pineapple syrup 3 tablespoons cider vinegar 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 small clove garlic, pressed 1/8 teaspoon oregano, crumbled Combine all ingredients in a s...

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

May 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag# 23 TOO MUCH MOISTURE CAN HARM CONTAINER PLANTS According to Stacy Reese, Dallas County Extension Agent-Horticulture, probably the most frequent cause of failure with plants used in in- terior landscapes is improper moisture levels in the soil. Whenever the soil mass is dry enough to water, enough water should be applied to wet the entire soil mass and drain out through the drain hole. Then don't irrigate again until the soil mass is dry before watering again suggests Mr. Reese. The soil should be allowed to get rather dry at the surface. This is particularly true with the larger containers. The roots in the bottom of the pot may still be moist enough for roots to grow satisfactorily when the soil is dry at the surface. Soil will dry more rapidly in a clay pot than in one imper- vious (such as plastic or metal). This means the soil should be allowed to get dusty-dry on top since there is no opportunity for evaporation from the side walls of the container...

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

p«g« 24 8ACHSE SENTINEL May 1984 "i t I; r# i Floor & 'Decor MORE THAN JUST CARPET WOVEN WOODS MINI BLINDS CUSTOM DRAPES WALLPAPER CARPET CALL representative obligation FINANCING AVAILABLE 6206 495—7249 HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE "What a good thing Adam had —when he said a good thing, he knew no one had said it before." —Mark Twain It's nice to know you can take us for granted. texas w mi:r & i jc;i rr a >mpany City of Sachse, Texas COMBINED BALANCE SHEET -- ALL FUND TYPES AND ACCOUNT GKOUPS September 30, 1983 Governmental Fund Types Propr ietary Accou nt Gr oups Fund Type Gener a 1 Gener a 1 Gene r a 1 Special Revenue Debt Service Enterpr ise Fund F i xed Assets Long-Term Deb t ASSETS Cash and cash investments Restricted assets (Notes B and C) Accounts receivables Deposi ts Due from other funds Fixed assets (Note C) Land Bu iId ing Improvements other than buildings Machinery and equipment $33,215 2 ,040 $5,031 $1,848 $ 1. 15,925 72,430 4,718 3, 478 15,446 816,740 17, 125 $ 56,000...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1984

WVV Vfctfi IlWrWt May 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL P«fl« 25 BIG GOBBLER TAKEN JASPER - An Arkansas hunter recently shot a 20.6 pound eastern turkey gobbler in the Angelina National Forest near here, and the bird turned out to be one of the original flock stocked by the Texas Parks and Wildlife De- partment in 1979. Biologist Gary Spencer said the gobbler still had a radio transmitter strapped to its back, but the transmitter had long since become inoperative. "The gobbler still had two leg bands for identification, and it was in excellent condition for a bird that was at least seven years old," Spencer said. He added that the bird's exact age was unknown, since it was an adult when released. The tur- key was taken about two to three miles from the Beef Creek area which was a major release site in the eastern turkey restoration program. A spring turkey gobbler sea- son was held March 31- April 15 in portions of six East Texas counties where eastern turkeys have developed repro- ducing popula...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1984

p i > s % If ft : ■ i l : : : :' i}: } * t ' i f V* k> k i> f i gl- i t l I if HOMEUTE CtBWlP SPECIAL H&N HOMEUTE tyaierSuq MULTI PURPOSE PUMP Waters • Drains Cleans Even Handles Emergencies If a lake, river, pool or pond is nearby, the Waterbug pump can be a valuable home maintenance tool It waters lawns, gardens, shrubs and trees It cleans all types of outdoor surfaces It s excellent for pool maintenance, and for washing and draining boats In emergency situations such as flooded basements or fires, the Waterbug is handy to have around Its light weight and compact size lets you take it wherever you need it • Powerful Homelite' 2-cycle engine • Ideal for all types of water transfer • Fits standard garden hose for discharge • Light weight — only 9 lbs. • High performance — pumps 1350 gallons per hour • Includes 12 feet of 1" suction hose and strainer A & E Enterprises 213 Buckingham - Garland 530-0505 THE HOMELITE® ST-80 Gasoline-Powered String Trimmer ST-80 Gasoline...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1984

May 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Paga 27 (city council) by a vote of 4 to I with Yandry voting no. Anderson said that some more sand would be put at the ditch on Bailey Rd. and resi- dents would spread it where needed. Mr. Scarlotta, resident on Bailey Rd., said that the (ditch at his property was not ' lowable and asked that some- thing be done. Council will check and see what can be done. Mayor Anderson stated he had filed, for the city, a letter of protest in Austin in regards to a private club located in the 7000 block of Hwy. 78 and character of individual who asked for a permit. He explain- ed the protest was filed because although the property is not in Sachse, it is surrounded by the city limits and Sachse would be spending money on police pro- tection. Council approved a proclama- tion and commended the organizations sponsoring the Bike-A-Thon and Lite-A-Bike project on April 28. Adjourned 11:28 p.m. APRIL 16, 1984 Mayor Jim Anderson open- ed the regular council meeting at 8:45 p.m...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1984

H "I j h j W H * Pag* 28 SACHSE SENTINEL May 1984 J ' • . M t ::, 111 1 t 'I? : i i i - CLASSIFIED PianoWorks continues to serve Sachse residents with complete piano care. Tunings $35.00, refinishing $450.00 up, key covers $125.00. Call us for an estimate. Uprights are our speciality. 272-6990. TRACTOR MOW- ING: Reasonable. Free estimates. Lots & acreage. Commercial & residential. 495- 1297 or 495-2819 HOUND - DOG CLEANING: Karen Kirker 495-7941 Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 Garage Sale: Baby clothes, furniture, much more. Hilltop in Sachse. Watch for signs. May 3, 4, 5. HELP WANTED: Carpenters needed with counter top ex- perience. Will cross train. Call Steve - 530-1617. Need mature girl to baby sit, sny home. Mon.-Fri. 530- 8897/Eve. or 458- 8800/Days. Ask for Lori. NEEDLECRAFT LOVERS: Free stitch- ery lessons. Earn Free kits. Call Jo Nell 495-1297. Pianos $200.00 & up. We buy and sell used pianos....

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

THE SRCHSE SEIITME1 "Communicating With The Community" VOLUMN 9 NO. 0 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY JUNE 1084 Homemakers Take Summer Break Mike Raker shows Kdwina Clavey how to change a tire. Mike explained how to do this along with other minor car repairs to members of the Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club at their May meeting. Officers for the 1984-85 year were also installed by County Agent Margaret Guy. This meeting was the last summer meeting for the club and following the installation and some fun games, everyone enjoyed a covered dish luncheon. $4.8 Billion Tax Plan Among Largest AUSTIN, TX — State Comptroller Bob Bullock said last month that Governor Mark White's $4.8 billion tax plan would be among the largest state tax bills in the nation's history and would put Texas taxes ahead of many other major states. "Billion dollar tax bills are rare, to say the least, but we've seen them in the states that run big deficit spending," Bullock said. "But figures like $4.8 billi...

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

Pag* 2 SACHSE SENTINEL Jun< 1984 THE SACHSE SENTINEL ESTABLISHED 1976 NEWS & ADVERTISING 530-1100 6624 Highway 78 Sactiaa, Taxaa 76088 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 tree to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month DFADLINES FOR THF NEXT ISSUE OF THF SACHSE SENTINEL - 20 of aach month - COUNCIL NOTES Notary Public Call for Appointment 530-1099 MAY 7. 1984 Mayor Jim Anderson open- ed the regular City Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. with all councilmembers present. Councilman Stewart re- ported he had talked with Lee Flolmes about repairs on streets. In Sachse South the cost would be $2,000 to $3,000. On Murphy Road i...

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