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

Jun< 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 23 J SWIMMING LESSONS BEGIN JUNE 11 Beginners and Advanced Classes Filling debbie spore CALL: 530-1335 New City Employees A & A USED PARTS USED CARS 442-1877 442-5042 WYLIE, TEXAS POLICF. OFFICER - STEWART A. JOYNT C OURT CLERK - CINDY LOPEZ WATER SUPERINTENDENT JACK THOMPSON Paul's Grocery - YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE - Highway 78 & 3rd Street Sachse 495-1132 SPECMLS! SOMETHING NEW I B C ROOTBEER 2 liter ONI.Y - $1.39 ea. If you like Root beer you'll love / li C AVAILABLE IN 12 o*. BOTTLES or CANS BORDENS If it's Itonlolip' ICECREAM it's £o{ to hi* jJmhI. 1/2 gal. ONLY $2.49 I k Cabell's ECO Milk 2.19 (1.00 dep. on plastic jug) IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Vineripe Tomaloes Peaches - Cantaloupe Fresh Crisp Lei luce Ice Cold W'alermelon "Everyday Prices To Everyone" HOMEMADE SANDWICHES (cull in advancc Si. your order will be ready) FREE GREENSHEET WE DON'T HAVE EVERYTHING - BUT WE TRY DRINK SPECIALS 16 oz. Dr. Pepper 43C 16 oz. Coke 43C 16 oz. Pep...

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

I I { P«fl« 24 SACH8E SENTINEL Jun* 1084 £ P JUST SAY NO by Vicki Walker Alice, president of the P.T.A.. called on a Thursday morning and with the usual confident authority in her voice asked me to bake 200 cookies for the bake sale on Saturday. "Gee. Alice. I'd like to but. ah. I don't have the car so l couldn't get to the store." That sounded pretty good, even if it was a lie. "Oh. that's alright. I'm go- ing to the store tonight and I can pick up whatever you need." "Well. I. ah. my son has a soccer game on Saturday so I can't . . ." "No problem." she inter- rupted. "I can pick the cookies up first thing Saturday morn- ing." "Oh. well, okay." As I hung up the phone, grumbling about having to bake cookies, my husband ask- ed, "Why didn't you just say no?" Saying no has always been a problem for me. I enjoy doing things for people, but it some- times leaves little time for myself. Occasionally, I'd get so behind that my stomach would knot every time the phone rang. I knew that I wa...

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

Jun« 1 084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 25 ^ctys/i^. HOMELITE Fatliers Day Special ^v*«ckback 0f^ Put a King to work at your place. Homelite8— King of the chain saws. KICKBACK / s A & E Enterprises 213 Buckingham - Garland 530-0505 NO KICKBACK SS Full Financing Available .Cuts Big Lawns Down to Size Lawn Tractor . . NO DAMAGE Protects You and Your Saw B L „

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

f ff 5 ; Page 26 SACHSE SENTINEL Jun* 1 984 . ■*. SURVEY - PLEASE FILL OgT AND RETURN First National Bank of Sachse Banking Service Survey From time to time, we at First National Bank of Sachse would like to survey the general financial needs of persons and businesses within our market area. Please help us to serve you better by completing this survey and returning it to the bank. * * * We need this information from you, so if you are the 10th person to return this survey, you will will receive a $100 U. S. Savings Bond! * * * In this particular survey, we will be addressing the need for Saturday banking in various forms. Please help us by answering the following ques- tions. 1. Have you used any kind of bank debit card such as MPACT, Pulse, or Jeller 24? Yes No 2. Have you ever been offered an opportunity to use such a card? Yes No Considering that the bank lobby and drive-in banking facilities are open until 7:00 p. m. on Friday evenings and that we offer MPACT cards and night dep...

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

Juno 1984 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 27 ( (city council) Anderson reported that the Pleasant Valley water tie-in had been put on hold. Coun- cilmember Gore said she believed that all Pleasant Valley residents should be notified of this. Council approved a re- number ordinance for Hollan- dia Village P.D., new number was 377. Anderson read a letter which will be sent to all developers and consulting engineers in regards to the standard process a developer must follow when developing property in Sachse. This flow chart is the process to be followed when plans are to go before P&Z and the council for approval. City Administration Policy was tabled. Ord. #378, controlling swim- ming pool draining/back- flush was approved. Council approved setting a date for an annexation hearing by adopting Ord. #379. Preliminary plat - North Meadows Estates was tabled. Item had beeen asked to be removed from the agenda. Mr. Whclan also asked that the zoning change he had re- quested by removed and the co...

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

k Page 20 SACHSE SENTINEL June 1084 LOW LAKE LEVELS HOLD OPPORTUNITY Falling water levels in many reservoirs across the state are understandably alarming to fishermen, but low lakes offer easy opportunity for improv- ing fish habitat. Officials of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department say- putting tree limbs and brush in lakes can attract and hold game fish, and the practice often is easier when lakes are down. "Too many lakeside land- owners use low-water periods as an opportunity to clear brush and structure out of the lakebed. when they should do the opposite." said Ernest Sim- mons. inland fisheries manage- ment chief. Brush reefs offer a haven for minnows and other small or- ganisms, and the decomposing material creates a food chain which ultimately attracts the larger predators such as largemouth bass and crappie. "Most of the reservoirs in the western half of Texas are quite low right now," said Simmons. "For instance. Lake Falcon has been more than 20 feet low for more tha...

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

% THE SflCHSE SEnnnEl "Communicating With The Community" VOLUMN 0 NO. 7 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY JULY 1 984 Fireworks Ordinance To Be Enforced The Fourth of July is upon us again and all of the celebrating that goes with it, also, fire- works used to he included. This is not so any- more as fireworks have been banned by many cities all over the nation. We do want to call your attention to the Sachse city ordinance No. 158: the part that includes FIREWORKS. It shall be unlawful for any person to store, to offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail, or use or EXPLODE any fireworks within the City limits of Sachse. Definition of fireworks shall mean and in- clude any combustible or explosive composi- tion and shall include blank cartridges, toy pistols, toy cannons, toy canes or toy guns in which explosives are used, firecrackers, torpedoes, sky rockets, model rockets, roman candles, daygo bombs, sparkers or other devices of like construction and any devices contai...

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

Plflt SACH8E SENTINEL July 1 984 THE QACHSE SENTINEL ESTABLISHED 1976 NEWS & ADVERTISING 530-1100 5 0 2 4 Highway 78 Sachs*,Taxaa 76008 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 aach month - 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 all lett...

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

■ * -July 1 98 4 SACHSE SENTINEL Page • - -• t < FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Deenan Houghton is one of our Customer Service Tellers and brings to us 12 years of previous banking experience. In addition to her front counter responsibilities Deenan also serves our drive up window traffic. You will be impressed with both Deenan's effi- ciency and her most pleasant personality. Deenan truly enjoys working with people which is one of the prime reasons she chose the banking industry as her career field. You will also find Deenan a most valuable / _ information source. Her 12 years of bank- ing experience have brought her in contact with almost every phase of the operation of a financial institution. Deenan, her hus- band and two sons live in Rowlett and at- tend the First Baptist Church of Rowlett. We are pround to have Deenan as a member of our staff and know you will find Deenan most helpful and most pleasant to work with. Deenan Houghton CUSTOMER SERVICE TELLER PEOPLE & SERVIC...

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

"( * I ' ■ / t - I J • . ? P«fl« 4 SACHSE SENTINEL July 1984 . *, GARLAND'S FIRST •.... City Organizes Volunteer Fire Department After Square Burns The City of Garland was only eight years old when disaster struck on Thanksgiving Day. A fire, which apparently started in the Garland New? offices, spread quickly to other buildings, .destroying the entire downtown square. Rising from the ashes, the City was rebuilt bigger and better than ever. The first step Was to organize a volunteer fire department. Garland's first volunteer fire department operated a two- wheel cart which carried 30 gallons of soda and acid. Apparently, the soda acid mixture acted as a catalvst when mixed with water, forming pressure against a fire. The volunteer fire department was reorgan- ized in 19-3 with the purchase of two Model-T Fords. One Ford became a hose wagon and the other carried the ever reliable soda acid mix- ture, along with a water tank. Fire plugs were placed in the downtown area, providing inst...

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

July 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 14 GIRLS OF TROOP 1663 RECEIVE HONORS Pictured with their mothers are girls of Junior Scout Troop 1663. They are: Top picture- L to R: Maryls Williams, Amy Bereuter, Sara Meyer, Amy Schillerstrom, Jennifer Hughs, Karen Cole and Tracy Daneman. Bottom Picture - L to R: Wendy Barnett, Lisa Milligan, Dana Hughes, Mimi Fairbairn, Sarah Baker, Heather Krimm and Robin Rowland. Junior Girl Scout troop 1663 concluded its activities for 1983-84 with a mother- daughter swim party at the Sachse home of troop leader Karen Williams. At the conclusion of the par- ty, 14 of the girls received the Sign of the Rainbow, the high- est honor given to third grade Girl Scouts. To earn the award the girls had to learn about an occupation, help international girl scouting, help at least two Brownie troops learn about Jr. Girl Scouting, do a community help project and earn at least 5 service badges in the arts, health, science and camping. Before receiving her award, each girl ...

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

P«g« 8ACHSE SENTINEL July 1084 First Garland Promotes Millsap to Assistant V. P. \v iti r I U-.. A survey of GISD patrons was conducted in May to de- termine the extent to which they agreed or disagreed with the recommendations of the Select Committee on Educa- tion, chaired by H. Ross Perot. A total of 1,003 citizens responded to the survey. The majority of respondents (88.9%) indicated that they had children. Some 93% in- dicated that they owned their homes. Most were in the 30-49 age group (73%); however, 11.1% were in the 18-29 age group, and 15.9% were 50 years or older. Seven of the 18 recommen- dations surveyed would require little or no funding. GISD residents agreed with the following: 1) Scheduling extra- curricular activities after the 7-hour school day (67.4%), 2) Scheduling of extracurricular events on weekends (58.9%), 3) Limitation on student absences from class for ex- tracurricular activities to be no more than 5 times per semester or 10 times during the year (86.1%...

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

> " July 1984 mil -« ••* 8ACH8E SENTINEL P«9« Sachse Babysitters Annual Picnic The Sachse Babysitting Co- op held its annual June picnic on the church grounds of the Sachse Assembly of God Church. The club, which uses cards instead of money to ex- change babysitting services be- tween members, was founded in 1978 by Janet Hughs and Bonnie Longacre. Starting with 10 members, it has grown to a membership of 24 Sachse families. Besides forming life long friendships, club members are assured that whenever they're away from home their children are in safe and capable hands. Prospective members must be introduced by a club member who has known them at least 3 months. If you know a mem- ber of the co-op and are in- terested in joining, please ask that member for details. ' t f w *■* 'mfo. # mm ":rim ** 3 m *<ij A t- vAJj A single lawn sprinkler spraying only five gallons p€>r minute uses 50 percent more water in just one hour than a combination of ten toilet flushes, two five-min-...

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

Pag« 8 SACHSE SENTINEL July 1084 Jsy vv.v. ! \ f 1 s fi • i* h Gl BILL 40th. ANNIVERSARY President Franklin Roose- velt signed the World War II GI Bill on June 22, 1944. There was little realization, then, of the impact this legislation would have on life in America. According to Stephen Lemons, Director at the Waco Regional Office, "This single act is believed to have had more im- pact on the American way of life than any other law passed since the Homestead Act of 1862." Since June 22, 1944, America has had the greatest veterans program in history. No other country approaches America's generosity to its veterans in quality health care, education, job-training oppor- tunities and a chance for a de- cent home. More than 18 million per- sons have received some form of training under the Gl Bill. This includes 8 million World War II veterans, 2 and one-half million Korean Conflict vete- rans, and 8 million Post- Korean and Vietnam Era vete- rans and active-duty service personnel. Prop...

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

July 1064 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* I OBITUARY RACHEL DALE AULDRIDGE Services were held for Rachel Dale Auldridge at the Sachse Assembly of God Church on Friday, June 22, 1984 at 2:00 p.m. Born May 22, 1981 in Dallas, she died June 19, 1984. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Auldridge of Wylie; one brother, Brent Auldridge of Wylie; on-* sister, Sabriana Auldridge of Wylie; grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Roberts of Sachse; Mr. Thomas Auldridge of Wylie and Mrs. Gergie Mezzell of California. Officiating minister was Rev. Jimmie Capehart. Intern- ment was in the Wylie Ceme- tery with Allen Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. FIRE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES DONATION Rowlett Florist & Gifts Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts Wire Service We Deliver VISA 475-2098 I & & it {§ 3830 MAIN STREET ROWLETT ^ &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& FT * 1 hen you are...

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

<: COOKING O S t4GI? Today's Snack: Low Calorie/Sugar Free PRIMAVERA PASTA SALAD 1 can (20 oz.l Dole Chunk Pineapple Creamy Parmesan Dressing 4 cups cooked twisted noodles or fusilli 2 cups broccoli flowerets or asparagus tips 1 cup sliced celery 1 cup frozen peas, thawed 1/2 cup chopped parsley 1/3 cup chopped green onion 1/3 cup chopped pimento or red bell pepper Drain pineapple, reserving 2 tablespoons liquid for Creamy Parmesan Dressing. Combine pineapple, cooked pasta, broccoli, celery, peas, parsley, green onion and pi- mento in large bowl. Toss with Creamy Parmesan Dress- ing. Chill at least 1 hour. Makes 6 servings. Creamy Parmesan Dressing: In blender jar, combine 2 tablespoons reserved pine- apple liquid. 1 cup parsley sprigs. 1 large clove garlic. 1 cup mayonnaise and 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese. Whir until blended and smooth. Stir i necessary. for more delicious pine- apple recipes, send a stamped, self-addressed business size envelope to Dole, Dept. MJ84, P.O. Box...

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

July 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 11 MORE BIKE-A-THON WINNERS m Last issue of the Sentinel published the winners of the Bike-A-Thon's Family Prize. Here are more winners. Is-"-*". Rebecca Yandry won an Atari Math cartridge, an E l ock calendar, a pillow and a stuffed Pac Man. Rebecca is the daughter of Joyce and Bob Yandry. Judy Longacre, pictured with Librarian Rosanne Burgess. Judy won her roller skates for collecting and turning in the most pledge money for the Bike-A-Thon. Judy is the daughter of Bonnie and Pat Longacre. Insured Homlril R & M Carpet Care (I'fi'U-NMonul ( .irpel < leaner".) SUMMER SPECIAL $ K)00 per room * k x>m Minimum Combos considered 2 rooms (214) 272-1223 SATISFACTION: II within 10 days alter we clean your carpets you are not totally satisfied with any portion of the job for any reason we'll return and reclean that portion at no charge EMERGENCY WET CARPET SERVICE We remove water and restore carpet damaged by BROKEN WATER PIPES HOT WATER HEATERS WATER...

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

Pag* 12 SACHSE SENTINEL July 1984 \h Microwave Drying Not Always Bast It's safe to dry fruits, vegetables and jerkies in a microwave oven, but most re- sults aren't very satisfactory. The end product usually has more of an overcooked than a dehydrated appearance, tex- ture and flavor. But leafy herbs like parsley, chives, basil, sage and the leaves of celery are an excep- tion. Small amounts of these herbs can be satisfactorily dried in a microwave oven. To microwave dry leafy herbs, wash them thoroughly and pat dry between paper towels. Then place the herbs in the microwave oven between two dry paper towels and heat on high or full power for thirty to sixty seconds at a time until the herbs are dry and brittle to the touch. This will usually take two to five minutes, de- pending upon the amount be- ing dried. Watch carefully to prevent overdrying and burn- ing. Once dry, allow the herbs to cool, then crumble them and place in small airtight con- tainers for storage in a coo!, dry, ...

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

July 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 13 ■ancithe LAW PRESENTED BY THE STATE BAR OF TEXAS Q: M> mother is ill and in a nursing home. My brother and I are sharing (his cost. I am wondering whether my brother and I must pay for her care and for her huge credit card charges. Are we liable? A: As a general rule, children are not responsible for the support of their par ents. Childicn have a duty to support only i! the parent has been found by a court to be mentally incompetent Once a person is found to be mentally incompetent, how ever, a guardian is appointed for that person's estate. Only the guardian can enter into contracts on behalf of the ward. Therefore, if your mother was declared incompe- tent, .she was legally incapable of making credit card charges. Charges she incurred before she was declared incompetent are not your personal liability Q: Some years ago, my neighbor planted some shade trees on his side of the fence. Now branches extend over my property and rest on iny root. My n...

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

M; P«0« 14 8ACHSE SENTINEL July 1084 r Executive Housekeeping Explained The Sachse Ladies Auxiliary met at City Hall June 17. Following the business meeting the program. Executive House- keeping. was presented to members by Diarte Belcher. The system is based on organizing household tasks done daily, weekly, monthly, etc. and keeping track of them on index cards. Once the tasks are identified and set-up on the cards it will be easier to keep to an organized schedule. The cards are pulled and the tasks completed according to the schedule. With the tasks sche- duled throughout the week or month, one is not so over- whelmed by a complete house- cleaning. We all know house- keeping is not a favorite pastime, so anything that reduces the time and drudgery is worth trying. A swim party and supper will be enjoyed by members and or guests at the next aux- iliary meeting on Tuesday, July 14. The party will be held at the home of club member Diane Belcher at 7:00 p.m. A good time will be enjo...

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