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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« LAWN AND GARDEN TIPS Q. My neighbors and I are planning to start a commu- nity garden, but we haven't m uch space. Any suggestions ? COOKING O A. Yes. Here's a plan that has been designed for a 25- foot by 30-foot area and it's made up of a variety of mini- gardens. By row it goes like t h is: 1. Three teepees of pole beans and four half rows of corn. 2. Full row of staked or trel- lised tomatoes. :i. Half row of bush summer squash or zucchini. Half row of Irellised cucumbers. 1 Hush snap beans: half row ofgreen, half row of yellow 5. Two varieties of peas: one early, one later. (i. Half row each* of carrots and chard. 7. Any combination of leeks, shallots or garlic. 8. Spinach and a couple of varieties of head lettuce 9. Herbs, such as pars- lev. chives and dill For controlling bugs, use a broad spectrum insecticide such as Sevin" carbaryl insec- ticide, which can be used right up to harvest. For a free brochure on con- trolling pests in your com- m...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 August 1984

Pag* SACHSE SENTINEL August 1 0 84 ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED Trustees announced five administra- tive appointments. They arc as follows: HENRY BRACKETT, principal of Spring Creek Elementary, is the new principal at Jackson Middle School. Bracken replaces Clyde (Bud) Owen who retired in June. A GISD employee since 1968, Brackett has taught and coached at Garland High, was assistant principal at Jackson, and was the prin- cipal at Spring Creek. A graduate of Garland High, he holds a bachelor of arts and a master of education from North Texas State University. 4-H - A People Development Program How can anyone influence the devel- opment of people to make them re- sponsible, self-respecting members of our democratic society? The 4-H program can provide valu- able learning experiences through fami- ly, church and community involve- ment. Most of the things we want young people to become are a part of the 4-H program. The whole idea of 4-H is development of young people. Since...

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

August 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pagt 0 Q. I'm thinking of sending my preschooler (he's three) to a child care center. Will it prepare him for elementary school? A. It most likely will. Gov- ernment studies show chil- dren with preschool experi- ences adjust better and are more motivated when they make the transition to the primary grades. According to one expert at Kinder-Care, the world's largest proprie- tary provider of child care services with over 800 cen- ters in the U.S. and Canada, a good environment for young children should pro- vide a caring, concerned and trained staff with a balanced, well planned learning pro- gram in a safe and healthy facility. FREE BROCHURE A brochure called "Check- list On Child Care" is avail- able free by writing to: Kin- der-Care learning Centers, Inc., P.O. Box 1Atlanta, OA:«):«)!. I NEED HOMES ON ACREAGE Odie Hall Realtors WE DEAL IN COUNTRY PROPERTY H. M AllOt* MLS Agent 276-0021 272-8214 Highway 78 - Sachse In the last few years the perception o...

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

Pig* 10 SACHSE SENTINEL August 1984 VFW Pott 5076 Encourage Members to Fly American Flag ¥ Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 and Ladies Auxiliary have their Americanism Project this year and to encourage all members to fly the American Flag at their homes in cooperation with the National Program of the VFW, Devon and Naomi Reed installed their flag pole and flag at their home in Sachse. Their 3-year-old neighbor, Heath Grant, asked his dad where Mr. Reed got "that beautiful flag". Devon and Naomi pur- chased a flag for Heath and installed it in July for him and his sister Heather, who is shown holding the certification that the flag had been flown over the capitol of the United States on May 14, 1984. Red Insulators May Threaten Hummingbirds Red insulators on electric fences ap- parently are taking a toll on humming- birds in several states, according to state and federal biologists. Bruce Thompson, nongame pro- gram leader for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, said the bird...

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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 11 ARCHERY HUNT APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE FROM P & W Applications for two-day archery deer hunts on three wildlife manage- ment areas are now available, accord- ing to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Areas to be hunted are the Engeling WMA, 20 miles northwest of Palestine in Anderson County which contains 10,941 acres, and the Walter Buck WMA, three miles south of Junction in Kimble County containing 2,000 acres, and the James E. Daughtrey WMA, 10 miles west of Three Rivers in Live Oak and McMullen Counties, containing 15,000 acres. A total of 300 permits will be drawn for the Engeling WMA hunts in Sep- tember, 125 for the Walter Buck WMA hunts which will be held during por- tions of October and November, and _ CLEAN USED CARS __ DISCOUNT PRICES 1979Camero -$3,995 T-TOPS, STEREO 1980 V. W. - $5,995 RABBIT CONVERTIBLE 1980 Pontiac Sunbird - $2,995 AUTO, AIR 1980 Ford Fiesta - $1,995 4/SP. 1980 Plymouth Arrow - $2,695 1980 Chev. Monza - $...

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

Page 12 SACHSE SENTINEL A u g u tl 1984 Reap a whopping 25% savings on farm insurance Get complete protection against losses, including liability, in one low-cost policy from Farmers. Farmers Farm and Ranch Sentinel Package policy combines protection for your home and household goods, farm buildings, machinery, equipment, autos and livestock. . . up to 25%. It'll pay you to look into it today. Call your Farmers Agent now. LARRY BRADLEY Agent 530-0309 5628 Hwy. 78 - Sachse (high ipntd chait) Garland police assisted in the search as did the Dallas police with a helicopter, but the suspects elud- ed police in the early morning darkness. On Wednesday, July 18, the two suspects were arrested at a resi- dence on Park Lane in Dallas, Chief Holley reported. The wrecked vehicle was search- ed by police and a 9 MM machine gun, a 357 Magnum, two 45 auto- matic pistols, a large amount of ammunition, several containers of drugs, drug paraphernalia and weighing scales were found. Chief Holley sai...

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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 13 C ORNER ON HOME ARE A Coming Clean About Laundry Here are some tifis to help you get the laundry done quickly and efficiently: • Before you start, sort in loads. . . white, light colors. jlarks and gentle cycle items, jse zippers, inspect and Kipty pockets and turn dark colored items inside out to eliminate lint problems. • Although it may seem to take time, safety pin socks to- gether. . . saves lots of sorting later. • Read the care labels on clothes and use bleach accord- ing to their instructions. • Treat spots and stains with a laundry stain remover such as Shout from Johnson Wax before washing. This eliminates pre-soaking and helps remove tough stains and soil. • Spots and stains should be treated with laundry stain remover while they are still fresh. Wash items with the hottest water possible for the fabric type and don't forget to use enough detergent—consult label directions. • Don't overload the ma- chine. You may think you're saving tim...

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

Page 14 SACHSE SENTINEL August 1984 "Duck Stamps" A Bonus For Watsrfowl Rssourcs When conscientious Texas water- fowlers start gathering up their gear for this fall's hunting seasons, they won't forget to purchase the two most impor- tant items of all - waterfowl stamps. The state and federal stamps are im- portant not only because they are re- quired by law, but they also give hunters an opportunity to directly benefit the sport they cherish. This year, a federal "duck stamp" will cost hunters $7.50. The state water- fowl stamp costs $5. Although routes \Z345fc70*Ot 2*4-5*76 VO/**** *7; FACTS t FIGURES $IX 4-.T670 OI2 +5A7 9Oir** Every year, Americans pro- duce between 150 million and 200 million tons of solid waste: garbage. Until recently, communities just dumped most of this waste into landfills. Now, how- ever, many states are consid- ering an end to the health and environmental problems these landfills pose. New York, for instance, has barred any new landfill on Long Island af...

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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 16 QISD Students Begin CI; All students will begin classes Mon- day, August 27. The regular school day schedules for kindergarten, fifth grade, and secondary students are the same as last year. Students in grades 1-4 and those involved in the extended day/ year program will have longer school days. «ie school day for first through h graders was extended to seven s by the state legislature during its special session this summer. Therefore, this year's dismissal time for first through fifth graders will be 3:00 p.m. Elementary classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. The half-day morning kindergar- ten will conclude at 11:00 a.m., with the afternoon sessions meeting from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students involved in the extended day/year program at Freeman, Hill- August 27 side, Kimberlin, and Walnut Glen Elementaries will also attend classes from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. In addi- tion, the kindergarteners at the four elementaries who qualify under Chap- ter I and/or c...

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

Pag* 11 3ACHSE 8ENTINEL Augufrt 1984 Mixed Drinks Tax Checks Total $11.8 Million State Comptroller Bob Bullock sent checks in July totaling $11.8 million to 222 counties and 426 cities as their share of the state's 10 percent mixed drink tax collected during the second quarter of 1984. Bullock said the state collected a total $40.9 million in taxes on the sale of mixed drinks during the quarter, up 5.5 percent over the same period in 1983. Texas cities and counties each receive a 15 percent rebate on the tax collected on mixed drinks sold within their boun- daries under the law that legalized the sale of mixed drinks in the state. The state's general revenue fund will receive the balance-$29.1 million~of the tax money collected. The mixed drink tax is collected by the Alcoholic Beverage Commission and city-county rebates are sent out quarterly by the Comptroller's Office. Bullock said the mixed drink tax has brought in $80 million so far during 1984. The Texas Legislature recently i...

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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 17 NEW DEPOSIT SYSTEM FOR STATE FUNDS AUSTIN — State Comptroller Bob Bullock announced last month that taxes paid anywhere in Texas today will be drawing interest in the State Treasury tomorrow with a new rapid deposit system for state funds. Under the program, a cooperative effort between Bullock and State Trea- surer Ann Richards, motor vehicle ^receipts from the state's largest counties and other tax receipts collected at each of the Comptroller's 60 offices across the state, will be picked up daily by commercial courier and delivered to the Treasury the following day. "It took about three and a half days for the mail to deliver this money to Austin," Bullock said. "After expenses for the couriers, we'll be earning almost a half million dollars in added interest under this new system." "We are extremely pleased Mr. Bul- lock has begun his own rapid deposit program," Richards said. The Treasury has brought the Texas Department of Highways and Publi...

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

Page 18 SACHSE SENTINEL August- 1984 II Personalized Skin Care & Makeup ■■a Discover our new Dermatologist tested and fragrance free products... • Cleansing Lotion, $9.00 • Refining Lotion, $8.00 • Lip Stay Lip Treatment Creme, $6.50 Visit your nearest Studio and try new Moist Lip Color in 10 gleaming shades, $6.00 ea. mGRLG noRmm Hie Place for the (.ustom Fare" 119 N. Ballard Wylie - 442-1031 A System Approach to Conquering Fleas house pets and humans, es- pecially children, can pick up fleas and the interaction be- gins. A product specifically formulated for flea control, such as Raid Outdoor Flea Killer, can effectively control fleas outside for weeks. A system approach is needed to deal with one of the most annoying household pest problems—fleas. Once thought an occasional problem of house pets, fleas have become a major problem to families throughout the Southeast and Southwest and are believed to be travel- ing northward at a rapid pace. Mild Southern winters com- bined wi...

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

August 1984 SACH8E SENTINEL Page t* NEW LAKE ATLAS NOW ON MARKET A comprehensive atlas containing maps of 164 public lakes now is available at fishing tackle shops and sporting goods outlets across the state. Officials of Marlake, Inc., publishers of the 224-page book, said the Texas Lake Atlas will be updated annually. The atlas contains maps of all major reservoirs, most city water supply lakes, many small impoundments and four laps of Texas coastal waters. Seven feature articles by noted out- door writers covering various aspects of fishing also are included as well as in- formation provided by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The atlas is priced at $19.95. Issues may be purchased by mail by sending $21.50 to Marlake Inc., 1201 N. Wat- son Rd., Suite 238, Arlington, TX 76011. Crappie Fishing Leaflet Offered A new leaflet on crappie fishing has been made available free by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Authored by fishery biologist Paul Seidensticker of Jasper, t...

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

Pas* 29S • •«? SACHiB«ENtlNEL August 1984 m | SACHSE YOUNGSTERS WIN TROPHIES IN PAGEANT I TRINITY MARIE - ROBERT JEROME HELN8KI Robert Jerome and Trinity Marie Helnski of Sachse were in the International World Pageant on July 12, 13, 14, 1984. They were judged on Dress/Suit, Beauty and Sportswear. During the beginning of 1984, they competed to achieve enough points to enter into the In- ternational World Pageant and thanks to Sachse Grocery and Prestiage Pools in Garland, who sponsored them, they were able to compete. Trinity came in 3rd runner-up and also won best Party Dress for her age division for 1984. Robert came in 1st runner-up all around. ANNOUNCEMENTS LIBRARY P09ITI0N OPEN Applications for the position of librarian at Sachse's Public Library are available at City Hall or the Library. Formal library training is not required. The Dallas County Library Systems provide initial and continued training. The salary will be $5.50 per hour with a total of 24 hours per week, with an ...

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

August 1084 8ACH8E SENTINEL P««« 21P c * r POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE DEPARMENT REPORT JULY 1984 A total of 1% calls were reported for the month of July, 1984: Thirty one arrests: (20) warrants; (3) public intoxication; (2) traffic; (2) driv- ing while intoxicated; (3) disorderly conduct; (1) fleeing. Two impounded vehicles; Four reckless driving; (4) unable to te. Two possible drunk drivers; (2) ar- rests. Three pursuits. Four extra patrol. Three escorts. Two attempt to locate. Five open doors. Fifteen thefts. Two civil stand by. Two child welfare concern. Two vandalism. Three harrassment. Two alarms - audible: (1) bank (false); (1) panic (false). Six assistance: (1) Collin County; (1) Dallas County; (4) Wylie. Six fire calls. Eleven accidents: (8) minors: (3) ma- jors. Nine animal complaints. Five prowlers. Two runaway. Eight burglaries: (7) residential; (1) burglary motor vehicle. Twenty disturbances: (11) noise; (4) motor vehicle; (5) civil. Two shots fired. Eight suspicious ve...

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

St ^*8 Pag* 22 SACHSE SENTINEL August 1984 (elty council) 12. Discuss Underground Utilities: Kenneth Keller and Randy Arp were present from Texas Power & Light Company to answer questions regard- ing underground utilities. Coun- cilwoman Gore suggested that all util- ities in the City be required to be underground. After much discussion it was decided not to require this in the form of an Ordinance, but each plat will be reviewed as it is now, and the decision on utilities will be made at that time. 7. Adopt Ordinance No. 386 Setting Date for Public Hearing on 19.5710 Acres on Dewitt Road:Councilwoman Yandry made a motion to adopt Ordi- nance No. 386 setting date for public Hearing on 19.5710 Acres of Land on Dewitt Road belonging to Hillside De- velopment Corporation. Motion was second and carried unanimous. 8. Adopt Ordinance No. 387 Chang- ing Easement from 40' to 15' in Brook- view Estates: Councilman Gordon made a motion to Adopt Ordinance No. 387, changing the Easement fro...

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

August 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 23 CLASSIFIED Alterations, button holes, C P I Electrical Contractor hems and zippers and but- looking for licensed electri- tons replaced. Free esti- dan, commercial and in- mates. Call Betty. dustrial, to work in Garland 495-1176 area. Call 988-3741. TRACTOR MOWING: New retail/office space. Reasonable. Free estimates. Leasing from 600 sq. ft. Lots & acreage. Commercial Rent beginning $500 per & residential. Lawns mowed. month. Finished out space 495-1297 or 495-2819. and FREE RENT. Call 270-4424 or 270-7611. HOUND-DOG CLEAN- ING: Karen Kirker 495-7941. Teacher needs child care for 8 month old son. Sachse Mature lady for snack bar South or Clear Creek area, work. Beautiful Firewheel 495-3281. Golf Park. 494-7179 or 494-7180. CHILD CARE: My GIANT FLEA MARKET home licensed. Flexible „ , , .. . , . ages and flexible hours. Hot Rental space available to .... . „ meals, fenced yard, nice persons wanting to sell anv .... . . . . .. f-u tA ' neighb...

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

Page 24 SACHSE SENTINEL August 1984 CROSSMAN Ytt Insurance Agency All Forms of Insurance SINCE 1890 276-9568 114 East Side of Square Garland, TX CJiA"any people still persist in thinking that the grass is greener on C/r v the other side of the fence. Actually it may be greener because they may take better care of it over there. One can infer from this that perhaps we need less to be cautioned against envy, and more to be stimu- lated to improve our plot. If everyone followed the principle of caring for and nurturing what he has, what a beautiful neighborhood all of us could enjoy together merely bv everyone doing the best with what he has—his lawn, his home, his work, his play—all his God-given talents. c o R N E R HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE t\ • Just What You're Looking For! We may have it! sec our selection of furn- iture, lumps, collectibles STORE YOUR STORE ON THE CORNER" Hardware ACME Tools HAMMERS PLIERS EXT. CORDS SQUARES BOLT CUTTERS WRENCHES STEP I ADDERS TUBE CUTTERS F...

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

THE 5RCHSE SEIITinEi "Communicating With The Community' VOLUMN 9 NO. 9 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY SEPTEMBER 1984 Corner Store - Highway 78 & Third Street CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FORMING As you pass Third Street on Highway 78 in Sachse you will see a large retail business and think or ask someone in the car with you, "what is the "Corner Store"?" "What do they sell?" "Corner Store" with a new ad- dition just completed is the largest retail business in Sachse. It con- tains approximately 6,000 square feet of floor space. THE CORNER STORE Howard McMillan is owner of "Corner Store", and on comple- tion of the new addition has com- pletely rearranged everything. An- tiques and furniture are on display in the new part of the store and there is now a full line of hard- ware, nuts & bolts, gardening tools, electrical supplies, plastic plumbing fixtures along with many other items that are needed for the iiftl SEPTEMBER 3rd Sachse business people have been meeting in recent...

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

Pag* 8ACHSE SENTINEL 8«pt«mb*r 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 "A man with big ideas is a hard neighbor to live with." Ebner-Eschenbach AUGUST 6, 1984 Regular council meeting was opened at 7:30 p.m. by Mayor Jim Anderson. All councilmembers were present. A representative from Texas Testing presented the council with a proposal for the inspection of new streets and utilities....

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