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

July 1084 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 15 Bridges ~ Bodiford Plans Announced Misti Kay Bridges of Ferris, Texas and Wes Bodiford of Sachse, Texas will be married June 29, 1984 at Pleasant Oaks Baptist Church in Pleasant Grove. Parents are Bill and Linda Taylor of Ferris and James and Jan Bodiford of Sachse. The bride-elect attended schools in Ferris and Dallas. Her fiance is a 1980 graduate of Garland High and is a machinist for City Motor Sup- ply. EMANON OFFICE PRODUCTS * OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES * OFFICE FURNITURE * RUBBER STAMPS * PRINTING "WE DELIVER SACHSE" CALL: 442-2645 £j 700 HWY. 78 - SUITE G OAK CENTER - WYLIE S — | '"Emation - No Name" L- Means Mere - ym< XKK XMK C£>MK aoaoaKiflBES America's first spelling book was printed by Stephen Day in 1643 in Cambridge, Mass i. WES B()I)IK)RI) - MISTI BRIDGES ALL-DAY KINDERGARTEN TO BE PILOTED ON CHAPTER 1 CAMPUSES Upon the recommmenda- lions of the District Affairs Committee and the Adminis- tration, Trustees voted to establish ...

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

Pag* 16 SACH8E SENTINEL July 1084 Monitoring Your Health at Home You may not know it, but you are a part of a growing American lifestyle. The boom- ing home health care trend has taught millions of Ameri- cans that health care is their responsibility. Taking your temperature, for example, is one instance of home health care, and by some medical ex- perts is considered "health monitoring." As your body experiences subtle metabolic changes, due either to age increase, weight gain or loss, or disease or in- fection, you can monitor your physical condition by effec- tively using simple home health care products. Current- ly on the market are various electronic devices —such as digital electronic thermom- eters. weighing scales and blood pressure monitors— which make home health care an easy and cost-efficient way of treating oneself when see- ing a doctor isn't really necessary. When seeing a doctor regu- larly. as in the case of chronic conditions such as hyper- tension. diabetes or ki...

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

July 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 17 I ISr Sail Older Texans Need Retraining for Jobs By Governor Mark White AUSTIN —One of the most significant job-retraining chal- lenges resulting from today's tech- nological revolution involves the older worker. The number of Texans age 60 and older increased by 32 percent in the past decade and, according to U.S. census projections, one out of every seven Texans will be- long to this older age group by 1990. While older people are a grow- ing segment of the population, they represent a diminishing per- centage of the nation's work force. Since older workers are too often employed in declining industries, the trend towards fewer jobs for our older population will contin- ue unless they are retrained for new occupations. Traditionally, the federal gov- ernment has dealt with the em- ployment problems of older workers under programs funded by Title V of the Older Americans Act. While Title V has succeeded in providing part-time, govern- ment-subsidiz...

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

P ag« 18 SACHSE SENTINEL July 1984 KIWANIS CLUBS SPEND $41.4 MILLION FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES TERMITE SWARMING SEASON The latest annual report from Kiwanis International re- veals that Kiwanis clubs spent an estimated $-11.-1 million on community service projects in the past year. This total, com- piled from annual reports of more than 8.000 clubs around the world, is the highest in the organization's history and almost So million above the previous year's mark. Kiwanis is a service club for business and professional men committed to community bet- terment. The organization's motto. "We Build.'' exempli- fies the Kiwanis spirit of vol- untary service. Each club un- dertakes projects to meet community needs as deter- mined by its members. Some of the past year's service projects included sup- port for local Special Olympics programs for the mentally handicapped and assistance at the International Special Olympics Summer Games. More than 4.000 Kiwanisclubs aided this unique at...

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

. July 1084 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL Pag* 10 CLASSIFIED TRACTOR MOW- ING: Reasonable. Free estimates. Lots & acreage. Commercial psidential. Lawns ted. 495-1297 or 495-2819 ^UND - DOG CLEANING: Karen Kirker 495-7941 Alterations, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 SWIM CLASSES begin June 11. Call Debbie Spore 530-1335 Experienced cabinet- maker wanted. Plastic- experience helpful. Call after 5:00. 495-9142 Mature lady for snack bar work. Beautiful Eirewheel Golf Park. 494-7179 or 494-7180. Bunny Rabbits For Sale: 495-1297. BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SEN- TINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVER TISING RATES — 15 words - $1.25 (mini- mum) 10C per additional word. INCREASING INVESTMENTS An increasing number of [American firms are finding that if growth is what inter- ests them, a good place to in- vest is the Republic of South Africa Not only do such in- vestments promote economic growth for those companies, they help promote econom...

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

P«fl« 20 8ACHSE SENTINEL July 1984 VA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS EDiTORS NOTE: Following are representative questions answered daily by VA counse- lors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q. 1 served in Vietnam and was exposed to Agent Orange defoliant. Can VA do anything for me? A. You and other veterans who believe they were exposed to Agent Orange and other de- foliants while serving in Viet- nam are eligible for a special Agent Orange screening physi- cal examination at your nearest VA medical facility. You should call that facility and make an appointment. A phy- sician will review the results of the examination with you and add you to the VA Agent Orange registry of veterans who have been given the exam. The registry is used for re- search and statistical studies and will insure that you receive updates on the latest research and benefits changes concern- ing Agent Orange disability claims. VA medical facilities can also provide priority medi- cal treatment for veter...

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

July 1084 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 21 i * * t * * * * * * } * t * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * } * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * > * * } * * * ****** HOMELITE Special /0% OFF On All New Homelite & Jacobsen Products Jacobsen" LTX v Lawn Tractor. . .Cuts Big Lawns Down to Size MONTH OF JULY ONLY I$0H HOMELITE MULT! PURPOSE PUMP * * * * * * * * ¥ * * * * * * t i * * * * * * t Waters • Drains Cleans Even Handles Emergencies A & E Enterprises 213 Buckingham - Garland 530-0505 If a lake, river, pool or pond is nearby, the Waterbugi pump can be a valuable home maintenance tool It waters lawns g , . ^ and trees It cleans all types of outdoor surfaces It s e pool maintenance, and for washing and drammg < handy situations such as flooded basements or fires. - to have around its light weight and compac si wherever you need it • Powerful Homelite* 2-cycle engine • Ideal for all types of water tran...

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

p«0« 22 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL July 1984 Royal Rangers of Sachse GET EXCITED - PEOPLE OF 8ACH8E I I Great and wonderful things are happening in your community. Like your forefathers who contributed to the development of our nation - so is your city - A new breed of people like the colorful frontiersman is playing a vital role in wide- ning your borders of land. New homes, new businesses, new jobs, new schools and churches are springing up. Also people of Sachse , YES YOU I the founders who have lived here and raise your families in this community have to adjust and help your new neighbors.Show them love and understanding, and show them you care. That's where the ROYAL RANGERS come in. What's the Royal Rangers you say? The Rangers are a boy's and young man's challange. For fun and excitment, it's the rays of sunlight flowing in your tent, it's the smell of a camp- fire with the aroma of bacon and flapjacks, It's you and your buddies hitting the trail with a light pack and sil- ent steps, it...

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

July 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 23 ORGANIZATION BEING FORMED Do any of the following descriptions fit your child? If so, or if your child is not doing well in school and no one has been able to tell why, an organization that is being formed in this area may be able to help. This child does not complete his work in class because he can- not concentrate long enough to finish the task. He daydreams because of short attention span and cannot follow directions because he is easily distracted. Because he does not have enough control, he cannot force himself to stay still for long periods of • and therefore fidgets, taps his pencil, and generally keeps ing. Conversely, this same child may be able to sit and watch TV for hours. The majority of these children's overactive *viors are beyond their control. Even if they try hard to pre- them, they cannot. He seems immature, cries easily, has few friends, is stubborn or sassy and difficult to discipline, overly exci- table and alternately very lo...

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

* II p. t;'t Pag* 14 3ACHSE SENTINEL July 1084 J I J J >< I/ f M t Prevent Haymaking Loss A four-to-five-week cutting cycle will produce plenty of good quality hay, says Emmett Anderson, county agent with the Texas Agricultural Exten- sion Service, Texas A&M Uni- versity System. Once the hay crop is cut, delayed drying results in reduc- ed feed value and hay volume because of plant respiration, leaf shattering and leaching. Although the plant is cut, respiration continues until the plant's moisture content drops below 35 percent. This respira- tion decreases feed value. Res- piration losses are slight with optimum drying conditions, but can amount to 16 percent of the crop when drying condi- tions are poor. Mechanical crushing of stems speeds up drying and helps reduce losses, notes Anderson. Leaf shattering is most seri- ous with legumes but also oc- curs in grasses. In legumes losses can total 20 percent of dry matter and up to 11 per- cent protein. Raking hay into windo...

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

July 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 25 Survey Results on Select Committee Discussed *>< *>< g> \j I Ms. Sherry Millsap, who joined First Garland Savings 13 years ago while still in high school, has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Real Estate Lending. Joe F. Holt, president and CE|^fcnnounced Ms. Millsap has^Pn named supervisor of the loan origination depart- meiygkr First Garland. /^Huluate of South Gar- land High School, Ms. Millsap began working at First Garland (then Garland Federal) as a part of the VOE program in 1971. She became a full time employee in 1972. She con- tinued her education at Rich- land College and has com- pleted more than 16 courses in the Institute of Financial Edu- cation of the North Texas Chapter. Ms. Millsap began as a loan servicing clerk and worked in other departments before being elevated to loan officer. She is a YMCA Board Member and is involved in other Garland community ac- tivities. 442-3261 Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & B...

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

..._v • . !■ ll: Pag* to « B ^ 26 JahH sis - 4H( A SACHSE SENTINEL r. - f July V 2 u 1984 iy '84 Ranchers Roundup Keys on Ranch Management WdriTIBr W©ath8f Brings Ticks Ranchers of Dallas County will have an opportunity to take advantage of the latest ranch management informa- tion available if they attend the 1984 edition of the Interna- tional Ranchers Roundup (IRR) this summer. San Angelo's Convention Center will be the site of the five-day educational activity, set for July 30-August 3, an- nounces Emmett Anderson, County Extension Agent. The program is one of the most comprehensive ever planned for ranchers. Theme for the conference program will be "Holistic Ranch Management-Putting It All Together," the agent adds. Ranchers who attend can ex- pect to become quite familiar with the world "holistic", which implies that all aspects of the ranching operation are to be considered in the plan- ning process, Anderson ex- plains. Registration information about IRR and tour details are...

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

<?:• July 1004 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 27 '• a (city council) Mrs. Stinnett, librarian chairman, and Mrs. Burgess, librarian, reported on the library and thanked the city for the new library phone. Mrs. Stinnett asked if the city could get someone to install a new light fixture and repair the U| storm door. Council ap- d to pay for 6 additional hours per week until Sept. 30, for the library to be Lou .xnincil approved changing an easement in Brookview Estates. Tommy Roan donated $5,500 to the ball park to be used for the installation of lights on ballfield >12. Council accepted the donation for lights. Anderson discussed street repairs, explaining that parts of Sachse Road are in extremely bad shape. The city will con- tact Commissioner Nancy Judy asking her to attend a work session and the inspec- tion of streets and roads. Stock Tank Ordinance was reviewed again and it was ap- proved, to extend for 30 days, not to issue any permits. Joe Stone will check with Soil Con- servation...

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

ftlBr'•?"Off .- :■■ ,. . . ■ ' '^:,V ■'; •- '-f--■- mh h i ill: " > : i tf % < II [ M}! Pag* 28 SACHSE SENTINEL July 1084 ERA Country Sampler Cookbook (Recipes by Clients) With Each Market Analysis on Your Home CALL TODAY . FOR ALL YOCR REAL ESTATE NEEDS TOM D'JOCK HILLTOP TRAIL SACHSE - 495-4248 HAMILTON / OWEN & ASSOC., INC. 1101 Beltline Rd. Garland, Texas 75040 Office: 214-495-2505 Home: 214-495-4248 m(*(H ERA REAL ESTATE Ne'gnborhood of* c es everywhere. t3ac^ "dependents owned and operated BUSINESS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 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 M, cr i-#r * * * * * 12; * Sachse Shoppe 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * I * * * * * * * © COMPLET...

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

THE SRCHSE SEHTinEI "Communicating With The Community" VOLUMN 0 NO. 6 9ACH8E, TEXAS 030-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY AUGUST 19 9 4 NEW MODERN RETAIL CENTER SCHEDULED TO OPEN NOVEMBER 1 31 An official ground breaking ceremony for a new modern center that will consist of office and retail space, located at the corner of Highway 78 and Sachse Road, was held July 23, 1984. Pictured break- ing ground I to r are: Jack Crews, Project Coordinator; Bob Cray, Co-Owner; and Bill Minyard, Co- Owner/Developer. Sachse Road and Highway 78 is a historical corner for the City of Sachse. During the past half cen- tury, residents of Sachse have seen a variety of businesses at the loca- tion. Some of them were: a grocery store, a service station (old timers called it a filling station), a barber shop, a clothing store, and others. Finally in 1984 a feed store (Dis- count Feeds) gave way to make room for a new modern retail center to serve Sachse for another 50 years or more. Bill Minyard, co-owner and de- ve...

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

Pag* 2 SACHSE SENTINEL August 1084 THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 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 20th of Each Month COUNCIL NOTES OFFICIAL COUNCIL MINUTES JULY 2, 1984 The City Council met for a regular Meeting, after proper notice, in the Sachse City Hall on Monday, July 02, 1984 at 7:45 P.M. Those present were: Mayor Jim Anderson, City Secretary Sue Lynes, Eldon Gordon, Bill Stewart, Elaine Gore, and Joyce Yandry. Guests were seven citizen...

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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE MPnci BROKER SERVICES CUT THE COMMISSION You can cut up to 70(7c on stock and 509^ on Bond Commissions CUT THE TIME You can buy or sell any NYSE, AMEX or OTC issue and count on fast confirmation and settlement through MPACT wire services. CUT THE INCONVENIENCE Your account can be transferred from your current broker including any credit or debit balance. CUT THE TRAVEL WORRIES Your MPACT broker is always as close as the nearest phone wherever you might be. CUT THE RISK MPACT Brokers has the stability & security of the First National Bank of Sachse & the Mercantile Texas Corporation behind them. You can invest with confidence. A graphic example of why you need MPACT Brokers. Cost $400 $370 $300 $265 $200 $191 $110 $115 $100 $88 $50 ■IKI shu □ 200 share: (a $15 Shaivs Transacted Rill Cost Commission $30 000 shaivr u ■ MPACT Bmkers Discount Commission Comparison based on a 1983 telephone survey of full-cost firms....

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

Peg* 4 8ACH8E SENTINEL August 1084 HOM ELITE TRIMMERS * S / s A IV I<x DM a*\ hlh| It sr-120 GASOLINE-POWERED TRIMMER/BLOWER A high-performance trimmer and blower... now in one con- venient, comfortable package. Vibration isolation and a unique comfort strap make the ST-120 one of the most comfortable trimmers to operate. And the addition of the power blower attachment, makes it one of the most versatile clean-up tools around As a trimmer, the ST-120 gets the job done quickly with its big 20" cutting swath For quick clean-ups. just snap on the power blower attachment—no tools needed—and sweep away grass clippings, leaves, dirt and debris from almost any outdoor surface with a 100 MPH wind velocity. For power, performance and comfort... no other trimmer/blower comes close ■ Power blower attachment included. ■ Multi-point vibration isolation for increased operator comfort and reduced operator fatigue. ■ Full 20" cutting swath gets the big jobs done quickly. ■ Fully automatic Idle-L...

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

August 1984 3ACH8E SENTINEL P«0« 8 QISD Adopts New Policy Trustees adopted a new policy on hazardous transportation and revised the district's guidelines on vision and hearing screening and the policy on summer school. The new policy, No. 703.1--Hazard- ous Transportation, brings the district in compliance with TEA Code, Section 16.20. The policy defines hazardous areas as they apply to GISD, including leeways, overpasses, underpasses, in- jstrial/commercial areas and bridges. Policy No. 770.7-District Guidelines for Student Vision and Hearing Screen- ing was revised to tract the Special Sense and Communications Disorders Act of 1983. Current summer school practices are incompatible with Chapter 75 provi- sions. Therefore, Policy No. 224 -Summer School was changed. Revi- sions included the following: 1) Net in- structional time for high school is in- creased from 140 to 160 clock hours per full unit; net time for middle school is set at 80 clock hours per unit. 2) High school studen...

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

P«9« I 3ACHSE SENTINEL Avguit 1084 DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR GISD FIRST TIME STUDENTS Parents of students enrolling in the school district for the first time need to bring several documents to complete the registration process. The following papers are needed to register: a) a certified birth certificate, b) immunization records, and c) recent report cards if student has been enroll- ed in another school. Arrangements with the previous school to have all records forwarded to the new school also should be made. In addition, parents will need to sign a choice of school form before enroll- ment can be finalized. Students who are over 18 years of age may sign their own choice of school forms. Court Coop«rLak« The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has filed an Opinion reversing the Federal District Court by dissolving the Injunction that has held up the Cooper Lake Project since 1971. The action of the Appeals Court would allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engi- neers and the local spon...

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