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

S*pt«mb«r 1984 SACH8E SENTINEL Larry Bozman Construction Co. Specializing in poured in place Brick Pattern Concrete walls 4926 Bobtown Rd., Garland, Tx. 214/226-1364 LOBBY HOURS: J:00-3:()0 Monday-Thursday, 9:00-7:00 Frida\ MOTOR BANK HOURS 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday, 8:00-7:00 Friday HOC*- HOUS'NG LENDER Chris Cooper and Neal HolfordofHolford& Co., Larry Bozman and John Cooper, First National Iiank of Sachse. I have been in the concrete and construction business the better part of my life and have had my own concrete construction business in Garland for the past nine years. If there is one thing I have learned in the past nine years it's that proper financial backing is essential to the success of my business. I have used several banks over the past nine years and though most of them have provided the essential financial services my business required there was no real personal concern for me or my business. I was an account. My value was that of my Financial Statement of Conditi...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 September 1984

P«0« 8ACHSE SENTINEL 8«pt«mb«r 1984 Stevenson's Lawnmower Ronald S. Pilkington, M.D. Physician For Care Of Infants, Children And Adolescents MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. - 9:00 - 6:00 WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY - 9:00 -12:00 801 W. HIGHWAY 78 WYLIE, TEXAS OFFICE: 442-3591 442-3592 EMERG.: 442-3110 442-3261 Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & BODY VW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES ANNOUNCED The GISD Board of Trustees made the following changes in admin- istrative positions. Marilyn Marshall, activities spon- sor at South Garland, will be the ad- ministrative intern at Sellers Middle School. Mrs. Marshall has taught at South Garland since 1975 and prior to moving to South Garland, she taught English at Bussey Middle School from 1971-75. Dr. Barbara Mason, senior eval- uator for the Planning, Research, and Evaluation Department, was named assistant director of that de- partment. Keith Harrison, instructional ad- ministrator ...

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

September 1084 SACH8E SENTINEL P«8 5 SALLY KOCH - NEW LIBRARIAN TRAPHENE HICKMAN AND SALLY KOCH Traphene Hickman, Dallas County Public Library Director, and the new librarian for Sachse, Sally Koch, were introduced to the children and guests at the party. Mrs. Koch replaced Rosanne Burgess as librarian when Mrs. Burgess resigned last month. Sally and her husband, Fred, have one adorable daughter, Katy, who is 4'A years old and has beautiful red hair. Mrs. Koch (her name is pronounced as Cook) is a graduate of Michigan State University and has been associated in professional building and development for 10 years. She is very active in volunteer work and teaches Bible Study at her church. Sally hopes to have the library organized for her convenience and have the fall programs planned by the first of October. Anyone interested in volunteering to help at the library, with artistic art- work, helping with children, new ideas, and many other things should check with the librarian, "or jus...

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

P«fl« 6' 8ACHSE 8ENTINEL 8«pt«mb«r 1084 * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * ' * + * * * * * * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * + * * * * * * * * * Paul's Grocerv Your Neighborhood Store Highway 78 & 3rd St. - Sachse 495-1132 SPECIHLS! "nr'S SUMMER TIME" ? ^ TOO HOT FOR COOKING Try these lunchmeat prices ONLY DECKER BOLOGNA $1.89 lb. DECKER SPICED LUNCHEON 1.89 lb. DANISH HAM 3.49 lb. m k Cabell's ECO Milk 2.19 gal. (1.00 dep. on plastic jug) IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Vineripe Tomatoes Peaches - Cantaloupe Fresh Crisp Lettuce Ice Cold Watermelon BORDENS ICE CREAM 1/2 gal. ONLY $2.59 If it's Bordenr it's got to be good. DRINK SPECIALS 16 oz. Dr. Pepper 43C 16 oz. Coke 43C 16 oz. Pepsi 43C HOMEMADE SANDWICHES 16 oz. 7-UP 43C 16 oz. R.C 43C 16 oz. FLAVORS 43C (call in advance & your order will be ready) "Everyday Prices To Everyone" FREE GREENSHEET HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 6:00 am-10:00 pm Sunday 9:...

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

September 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 7 Rowlett Florist & Gifts Cut Arrangements . Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts Wire Service We Deliver 475-2098 3830 MAIN STREET ROWLETT Announcements CITIZENS FOR A PROGRESSIVE SACHSE NEW ARRIVALS The state of Maine has 3,500 miles of coastline. The Sachse Mayor and City Council, in cooperation with several businesses and private organizations, are sponsoring a campaign to encourage the re- moval of junk vehicles, fire hazards, and miscellaneous debris from all areas of the city. The clean-up campaign will be outlined in a letter to every citizen or business with a water meter in late September. Specifics will also be reported in the next issue of THE SACHSE SENTINEL. Dates for the clean-up campaign have been set for October l through 6, 1984. Services provided to aid clean-up are free of charge. Let's Make Sachse Clean and Green A group of Sachse citizens has formed to promote projects that will enhance ...

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

Pag* 8ACHSE SENTINEL September 1084 1984-85 Dove Seasons The Texas Parks and Wildlife Com- mission July 25 adopted dates, zone boundaries and bag limits for the 1984-85 dove hunting seasons. The state again will have three dove hunting zones, with provision for a special white-winged dove hunting season in a portion of the South Zone during the first two weekends of September. The names of the zones were chang- ed: the Panhandle Zone is now the North Zone; the Central Zone retains that name, and the Rio Grande Zone now will be referred to as the South Zone. Season dates, bag limits and shoot- ing hours for the various zones are as follows: NORTH ZONE Mourning dove season is Sept. 1 - Nov. 9, 1984; shooting hours one half hour before sunrise to sunset; daily bag limit 12 mourning, white-winged and white-tipped (white-fronted) doves in the aggregate including no more than two white-winged and two white-tipped doves per day; possession limit 24 mourning, white-winged and white- tipped ...

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

8«pt«mb«r 1084 8ACHSE SENTINEL P«9« 9 GISD EVENING HIGH SCHOOL Calico Kids Lil Darlin Featurettes The Garland Independent School District Evening High School is located on the Garland High School campus, 310 South Garland Ave. The Garland ISD Evening High School follows the calendar of the day schools. Classes are conducted between 4:30 and 10:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday from 4:30 - 5:25 p.m. on Fri- day. Garland ISD Evening High School is open to all students in the grades 9-12, who, for work or family reasons, can- not attend the regular day high school program. The evening school is like all GISD high schools and operates on the semester system. Students who live in the district and meet the age requirements may attend Garland ISD Evening High School tui- tion free if they enroll for four or more classes. All full-time students may take up to five courses tuition free. In addition to offering all courses necessary to meet graduation require- ments, GISD Evening High School a...

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

PM« 10 8ACH8E SENTINEL 8«pt«mb«r 1984 tend the 'RESENTED BY THE STATE BAR OF TEXAS Q: ! have a student visa and will soon graduate from college. I will need to renew my visa, since I plan to stay here to get a master's degree. Is there any way I can get a resident permit instead of a student visa? A: The answer is basically yes. but the alter- natives are limited. As of Texas, Mexico Working To Improve Health Care Bv Governor Mark White AUSTIN — Border governors from the United States and Mex- ico are searching for a common prescription to treat the health care service ills plaguing low in- come communities clustered along our two countries' common border. Hundreds of our poorest citi- zens have been denied access to medical care due to soaring med- ical costs, a nagging high unem- ployment rate, and a shortage of doctors, nurses and health care clinics in South Texas and north- ern Mexico. Although Texas' border area ranks among this country's popu- lation boom centers, it remains ...

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

September 1984 SACH3E SENTINEL Page 11 # i POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORT AUGUST 1984 A total of 155 calls were reported for the month of August, 1984. Thirteen arrests: (6) warrants, (2) public intoxication, (l) fleeing, (l) traffic, (2) driving while intoxicated, (1) juvenile. Seventeen disturbances: (2) noise, (4) motor vehicle, (ll) civil. One pursuit. Seventeen accidents: (5) major, (12) minor. One robbery - rape. Three criminal mischief. Three alarms - audible: (3) false alarms. Fourteen thefts. Two vandalism. Seven burglaries: (5) residential, (2) business. One possible suicide. Two terroristic threats. One indecent exposure. One Fight in progress. One possible child abuse. One aggravated assault. Nine suspicious vehicles. Four suspicious persons. Three reckless driving. Four possible drunk drivers. No arrests. Three welfare concerns. Three runaways. Four prowler calls. Three fire calls: (1) vehicle, (2) grass. One escort. Seven assistance: (2) Wylie P.D. (4) D...

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

Pag* 12 SACHSE SENTINEL Saptambar 1984 AUXILIARY HONORS JUDY HELTON § Judy Hettofl was Honored with a baby shower hosted by the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary. Sixteen members and one guest, Jamie Whalley, were present at the August 21 meeting when the Ladies Auxiliary hosted a baby shower for club member, Judy Helton. The club's gift to Judy was a beautiful blue gown for her to take to the hospital. She also received many lovely and useful gifts for the new baby. Ice cream punch and a variety of cookies were served for refresh- ments. During the club's business meet- ing, the president, Kay Ashley, an- nounced that rescue blankets for the fire department, which the auxiliary donated, had arrived. Dianne Bel- cher's resignation was also announc- ed. Dianne was the club's secretary. Plans for the ice cream social on Saturday, August 25, were finalized. This social is a yearly event where auxiliary members, firemen and their families get together and visit. Program for the September 18 meeti...

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

September 1084 SACHSE SENTINEL Pege 13 Special occasion? We carry a huge selection of flowers and arrange- ments. Call on us today! 3 LOCATIONS North Star Florist 301 N. Star Rd. - Garland 24- HOUR PHONE 276-6956 or 494-2718 Centerville Rd. Florist 130 E. Centerville Rd. Garland 271-9545 4 4 We Wire Flo wers'' Piano Rd. Florist 1918 N. Piano Rd. Garland 494-0456 EMANON OFFICE PRODUCTS * OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES * RUBBER STAMPS * PRINTING * OFFICE FURNITURE "Jzmanon - No Name" - Means More - 700 HWY. 78 - SUITE G I "WE DELIVER SACHSE" OAK CENTER • WYLIE L 442-2645 SACHSE LIONS SPONSOR SWIMMING PROGRAM Sachse Lions Club had another suc- cessful American Red Cross adopted swimming program for disabled chil- dren on July 9 - 20 in family pools of residents Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ar- cher, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Spore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Yandry. Fourteen children from Sachse, Garland, Rowlett and Rockwall parti- cipated and two of the group passed s...

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

Pag* 14 SACH8E SENTINEL S«pt«mb«r 1984 Magical Mysteries Presented at Library Party Sachse Library hosted an end-of- summer party on Saturday, August 18. The theme for the summer reading program was "Magical Mysteries" and to add a special touch of magic to the event, Traphene Hickman, Dallas Public Library Director, performed several amazing magic tricks. Teen helpers at the library were dressed as clowns and were a great help in preparing and decorating for the party. Prizes for the program were donated by Sachse merchants and residents. Prizes were also donated by several others. Those who donated were: The Market Place, Johnny Cothran, Sachse Grocery, Paul's Grocery, Harold Saulters, Vicki King, Bonnie Longacre, Sachse Shoppe, The Corner Store, B.J.'s Hairplace and Denny's Restaurant. The new librarian, Mrs. Sally Koch, was introduced to the children and prizes were handed out by Mrs. Ruth Franklin and Judy Helton. Eighty-one children were signed up for the reading program and t...

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

September 1984 8ACH8E SENTINEL Paga 15 YOUR HEALTH . . IS OUR CONCERN Wylie Community Hospital 801 West Hwy. 78 VVvlie, Texas Medicare Approved 24 Hour Emergency 442-5414 ) 1:1 I always claim my hank balance is wrong... it keeps them on their toes." * t Wilder's i S Automotive & Repairs s S * CERTIFIED MECHANIC * MAJOR & MINOR REPAIRS i 2 * STATE INSPECTION * ELECTRIC SERVICE * WRECKER SERVICE * LUBE OIL & FILTER * STARTERS * ALTERNATORS * BRAKES * TUNE-UP * AMERICAN & FOREIGN * CARS & TRUCKS * ENGINE ANALYSIS ^, | S 442-2402 100 N. BIRMINGHAM at OAK ! WYLIE, TEXAS Wylie T.V. & Video J--- wmm . • W"f ; * . >>* : •-« •' >'C '* •> ' -- *>'-;• '' 'V" N ' • ' .'V i *'/ . * ' •!_ TEKNIKA T.V.'s Now Have A Full 5 Years Warranty * • : W$ '' New: VCR T.V. Stands ■ 442-5700 700 Hwy. 78 - Oak Plaza Wylie, Texas 75098 CLUB 78 PRIVATE CLUB MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION FRIDAY & SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 & 8 LIVE MUSIC BY LONE STAR BUFFE...

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

... P«9« 16 SACH8E 8ENTINEL September 1984 Cooking Corner You can serve tasty, balanced meals — and still balance your budget. A new edition of one of the most widely used cookbooks in American homes can show you how. Instructions are clear and cover everything from ethnic and regional specialties to reduced calorie recipes. There are dishes that make imaginative use of convenience foods or are prepared with the microwave oven or food processor. The cookbook, "The New, Revised & Updated McCall's Cook- book," features over 1,000 recipes with drawings throughout plus 32 pages of full color. It's available for $17.95 at book and department stores. Here is one of the easy and economical recipes from the book: LEMON CHICKEN 2 chicken breasts (l'/s lb), boned and skinned IV2 tablespoons plus 'A cup oil 1 teaspoon salt Dash pepper 6 medium-size dried Chinese mushrooms 1 large red pepper 2 whole lemons 6 green onions V2 teaspoon grated fresh ginger 2 teaspoons cornstarch IV2 teaspoons s...

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

September 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 17 Ted's Floor & T)ecor MORE THAN JUST CARPET * BRAND NAMES AT A SAVINGS * HOME IMPROVEMENTS CARPET PADDING INSTALLATION ONE LOW PRICE I ESTIMATE. CALL representat mples. No obligation 495-7249 FINANCING AVAILABLE VKA i 6206 HIGHWAY 78 SACHSE Parker Road Veterinary Hospital LARGE AND SMALL ANIMALS C.A. KERIN D.V.M. A GRADUATE of TEXAS A & M 442-6523 \ 707 Parker Road Wylie, TX HOURS: ! Mon. - Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Sachsi \ Saturday - 8:00 - Noon GISD TRUSTEES ADOPT 1984-85 BUDGET, TAX RATE The Board accepted the recom- mendations of the Finance Commit- tee and the Administration to adopt the 1984-85 budget of $84,531,802. The Maintenance and Operation budget totals $74,352,458 and will be funded at a tax rate of 54 cents. The Interest and Sinking Fund budget totals $10,179,344 and will be funded at a tax rate of 19 cents. The total rate for 1984-85 is set at 73 cents per $100 evaluation. The 1984-85 tax rate is 2 cents over the 1983-84 rate. Th...

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

-* " Pag* 18 SACHSE SENTINEL 3«pt*mb*r 1084 planning o c (0 c by Bill Wood, CPA 272-8567 BUSINESS AND THE NEW TAX LAW Business people and investors will need to learn about the many provi- sions in "The 1984 Tax Act" that will affect them. Here are some of the highlights of the act: • Depreciation of business vehi- cles is limited to $4,000 in the first year and $6,000 a year thereafter. Investment credit on autos is limited to $1,000. No investment credit is allowed for vehicles used less than 50% for business, and depreciation for such vehicles is limited to the straight-line method over five years. • Depreciation on all real estate, except low income housing, is ex- tended from 15 years to 18 years. • Corporations have new rules to follow in many areas, including the dividends received deduction, distri- butions of appreciated property, and the calculation of earning? and profits. • The amount of business pro- perty that could be expensed rather than depreciated was to have in- c...

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

September 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 10 Letters to the Editor CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the nurses, I doctors and dietitian at Wylie Com- Imunity Hospital for their kindness, I consideration and help during my stay [ in the hospital last month. Arthur Mashewske Garland, Texas NOTE OF THANKS The citizens on McDearmont Street I in Sachse would like to offer their thanks to the Wylie Animal Control | for picking up stray dogs in that addi- tion. A Sachse Citizen (name withheld) 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 letters for libelous and obscene material and, if necessary, for length. There are 3,266 correspondents and editors in the na- tion's Capital. This is the largest concentration o...

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

"... •V* Pagi 20 8ACHSE SENTINEL 8«pt«mb«r 1984 Sachse Homemakers Resume Meetings September 12 On Wednesday, September 12, Sunny Sachse Homemaker Club will enter its fifth year. Since it was organized in August 1980 member- ship in the club has grown tremen- dously. With this larger membership their programs (where you can learn anything from how to clean your home to how to succeed in your own business) and their activities have also grown and become more exciting to participate in. The club was organized when a group of women met and discussed by-laws, a name for the club, a place to meet, and dates and times for the meetings. Their first officers were elected at this meeting. Their first of- ficial meeting was in the Community Room at Sachse City Hall on Septem- ber 10, 1980 at 9:30 a.m. Program for this meeting featured "Quick Point - Needle Point". Other craft items were also displayed. Ruth Franklin, Sachse resident and an officer in the Garland Home- maker Club, now serving a...

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

8«pt«mb«r 1984 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pafl* 21 Dry Weather May Affect Upcoming Deer Season MONSTER LING SETS RECORD Dry weather and sun-scorched habitat so far have failed to seriously hurt the state's white-tailed deer populations, and may even contri- bute to a better hunting season this fall. This is the view of Horace Gore, white-tailed program leader for the «s Parks and Wildlife Depart- , who said so far no draught- ed deer die-offs have been reported. "The deer are doing pretty well, even in the really dry areas," said Gore, "but fawn crops and antler development are extremely poor in some regions." The deer season in most counties will be Nov. 17, 1984 through Jan. 6, 1985. Gore notes that hunter harvest tra- ditionally is higher during a dry year when deer are forced to move around more than usual to find food. "I'm almost certain the acorn crop this year will be poor so the deer will be moving around quite a bit more dur- ing the daylight hours." Many landowners have inquired abo...

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

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