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

ft6f«mb«r ■4 41 *4 v<iM 1984 *P"ag¥"~ tl Visitors Are Always Welcome A t Storytime for Preschoolers at Library o Sachse Christian Church <• COME WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES For Youth and Adults ..10:00 AM WORSHIP SERVICE .... 11:00 AM Sally Koch, Librarian assists DeAnn Whiteside, Peter Longacre and Tab Baggett Jim Caughlan MINISTER HIGHWAY 78 at BEN DAVIS SACHSE Definition of poise: "The ability to remain calm and at ease in a barber's chair, with your mou th full of lather, as the porter tries to give your hat to some other guy." Over fifty children ages 2 to Kindergarten are currently enrolled in Preschool Storytime at the Sachse Public Library. The program entitled "Today I Went to the Library" is repeated three times each week. The session Thursday mornings at 9:30 is open to all children in the community. Children's Learning Center and Day Care visits on Tuesday mornings and the children from Sonshine Daycare enjoy the program on Thursday after- noons. E...

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

Page 12 S A C ti S E S'E NT fNE L ?_K "> * > November 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 - Is there a deadline for filing a claim with the VA for an illness or in- jury which occurred in military service? A - There is no deadline. But it is prudent to file a claim soon after your discharge from the service even if you feel your illness or injury was not disabling. Q - My son died in Vietnam and 1 am receiving parents' Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) from VA. 1 have been admitted to a nursing home. Am 1 entitled to an additional allowance from VA? A - Parents receiving DIC may be granted an allowance for aid and atten- dance if they are either patients in a nursing home or require the regular aid and attendance of another person. The allowance is SI35 monthly, payable in addition to the DIC. Q - Can anyone get information about my di...

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

Nov«mb*r 1964 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 13 HOMEMAKERS PLAN SEWING PROGRAM The November meeting for the Sun- ny Sachse Homemakers will be on Wednesday the 14th in the Community Room at Sachse City Hall beginning at 9:00 a.m. with coffee and snacks. Business meeting will begin at 9:30. Program for this meeting "Shortcuts in Sewing" will be presented by a club member. Plans for the club's annual Christ- mas Party will also be finalized at this meeting. Any woman living in Sachse or any of the surrounding cities is in- vited to visit the club's meetings, enjoy their interesting and informative pro- grams, and if interested, join and par- ticipate in this worthwhile organiza- tion. For any information call Pam Baker, 530-1665 or Bonnie Longacre, 495-1864. At their last meeting on October 10, 1984 members of the club discussed and decided to purchase and sell Gold C discount coupon books as one of their fund raising projects for the 1984-85 year. Program for the October meeting "Women and Thei...

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

Page 14 SACHSE SENTINEL November 1984 PHYLLIS HOCK INSTALLED IN SORORITY Phi Sir n Alpha Zeta Omicron Chapter 7^/o met in the lovely home of Betty Gour in Sachse. Meeting was conducted by President Thelma Stan- ton. Fourteen members attended, two visitors, Bobbi Cummings and Shirley Grinstead were present. New member, Phyllis Hock, was initiated into the chapter by Thelma Stanton assisted by Betty Gour and Nelda Gaines. Program Chairman Ann Pomroy introduced the guest speaker, Shirley Grinstead, who presented the program on gift wrapping. She demonstrated how to decorate packages beautifully using inexpensive decorations. Plans were discussed for taking fruit to nurs- ing home residents for Christmas, vari- ous personal items and craft materials are also taken to the residents during the year. Laurie Schwenk is chairman of this activity. Following the meeting members were served refreshments by hostess Betty Gour and co-hostess Charlene Baugh- New Faces at the Library "We need great...

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

Nov«mb«r 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* is $> {§> & & & & {§> Underwood - Tolison Plans Announced CfiUCS&0§!~' i & { i | & i i & Gymnastics Twirl {ap ng Drill Jazz Ballet Team & Cheerleading Bob and Amalia Underwood of 6425 Murphy Road, Sachse, an- nounce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Renate to Steve TolLson, son of E.J. and Margaret Tolison of Haworth, Oklahoma. The bride elect is a graduate of North Garland High School, at- tended Richland and El Centro Colleges and is currently employed by U.S. Corps of Engineers with the U.S. Department of Labor in Dallas. The groom to be is a graduate of Haworth High School, Oklahoma and is employed with E-Z Nail Company of Garland. A February 14, 1985 wedding at Buckingham Road Church of Christ in Garland is planned. SPECIAL MORNING CLASSES f & { & & & & it* it* & i & Tap Baton Ballet Gymnastics OWNERS Sherry Matlock & Jcannie Strain 1517 Buc...

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

Page 16 SACHSE SENTINEL November 10 8 4" YOUR HEALTH . . IS OUR CONCERN Wylie Community Hospital Medicare Approved 24 Hour Emergency 801 West Hwy. 78 Wylie, Texas 442-5414 J J* Sam's ^ Fiddle Shop & Music Store SALES & SERVICE 442-3679 NEW LOCATION: 700 Hwy. 78 - Oak Center - Suite K _ Wylie — LESSONS — Fiddle - Mandolin - Guitar (standard & pedal steel) 5 String Banjo Lessons Ask About Our GIFT CERTIFICATES •A STEWART MacDONALD Banjo Parts Fine Curly Maple Wood for Instrument Builders Attention Renters If You Answer YES To Any Of These Questions PLEASE CALL • Tired of wasting money • Need a tax deduction • Want a hedge against inflation • Having trouble saving a down payment and closing cost (I CAN HELP) • Can afford $750 per month • MOST IMPORTANT: Desire Home Ownership Q^> ESTATE REALTY 341-9400 EVENINGS: RANDY MAINE 495-7810 JQGMMHBDB) Secretarial Instructions a.m. "He hasn't come in yet." "I expect him in any minute." "He just sent word in he'd be a little late" ...

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

November 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 17 FISHING REPORT & CADDO: Water clear, 18 inches low; black bass fair to 3 pounds on purple worms in river; striper good to 4 pounds on RatLtraps trolling in river; crappie slow; white bass slow; catfish fair at night on minnows on trotline. CEDAR CREEK: Water clear, 70 degrees, 53 inches low; black bass fair and very spotty on shad-colored cranks and white buzz baits around weed beds; hybrid striper picking up but spotty in open water; crappie good; white bass very good, surfacing com- mon; catfish fair to 5 pounds on trotline and rod and reel; yellow catfish good on bream and goldfish. FALCON: Water clear, 30 feet low; black bass slow; striper good to 4 pounds; crappie slow; white bass slow; catfish good to 6 pounds in fair numbers on frozen shrimp and shad. LAKE O THE PINES: Water clear, 76 degrees, 2 feet low; black bass good to 4 pounds with several limits on worms and frogs; hybrid striper fair on cranks to 3'A pounds; crappie good in 5-...

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

• r «9sq Pao« 18 -y*H«rfe*s¥W¥Mii 8«r , i*dm*voH November 198 4 442-3261 in and sign up for TURKEY DRAWING During month of November Drawing will be held before Thanksgiving Day Hoeft's Classic Cars PAINT & BODY VW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 Try Our New Homemade Cakes & Soups "Put all your eggs in one basket and watch that basket." Mark Twain YOU KNOW HOW TousEEucnwm HERTS HOW TO USE YOUR EtfCIRK If you're using Texas Power & Light only for the electricity we provide, you're not taking full advantage of all the other ways we can make your life easier. We can help you shop for a new home by show- ing you the energy efficient features to look for. Or we can help you make the home you're living in more energy efficient by conducting a home energy audit. We can show you how high-efficiency air condi- tioners, heat pumps, furnaces, and water heaters help save you money We can make paying your electric bill easier with automati...

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

November 1984 SACH8E SENTINEL P«g« 19 VA ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF PROGRAM Administrator of Veteran Affairs Harry N. Walters announced plans to expand the Veterans Administration's successful Outreach Program for Viet- nam Era veterans. With the signing by the President of ^^appropriations bill that provides ^^Jng and hiring authority for the program's expansion, Walters said the VA is immediately proceeding with plans to open 52 new Vietnam-Era Veteran Counseling Centers (Vet Cen- ters) and Satellites. VA also has begun recruiting additional personnel to staff the centers. Since the Outreach Program began in 1979, the number of Vet Centers has grown to 136. Within the past five years, more than 250,000 veterans and 50,000 family members have received counseling for a variety of readjust- ment problems, including post-trauma- tic stress disorder, and marital and employment difficulties. Currently, Vet Center counselors na- tionwide are seeing an average of 6,300 new veteran dients each...

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

Page 20 SACHSE SENTINEL November 1084 POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORT - OCTOBER 1984 A total of 191 calls were reported for the month of October, 1984: Twenty-five arrests: (4) traffic; (13) warrant; (5) public intoxication; (3) driving while intoxicated; (1) disorderly conduct. Fifteen disturbances: (6) noise; (5) civil; (4) vehicle. Seventeen accidents: (1) major; (16) minor. Ten theft calls. Eight burglaries: (5) possible burglary of habitation; (1) burglary of habitation; (1) attempted burglary of motor vehicle; (1) burglary of motor vehicle. One child abuse call. One vandalism call. One indecent exposure call. One runaway call. Nineteen criminal mischief calls. Nine suspicious person calls. Five suspicious vehicle calls. One fight in progress call. Two welfare concern calls. Two attempt to locate calls. Four prowler calls. Three drunk driver calls. Three harrassment calls. One obscene phone call. One intoxicated pedestrian call. One stolen vehicle call. One child ...

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

f.8 ur ""Iidffl? voH November 1084 J 3 MI T M .=5 3 J 8 HO A3 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 21 VFW Post 5076 Make Flag Presentations Veterans of Foreign Wars teaching the Americanism Spirit is the purpose of their work in the schools. The Jr. Girls visit of WW Post 5076 presented a program to Kimberlin Elementary School in Garland on how to fold and respect America's beautiful flag. The 3x5 flag was then presented to the school principal Mrs. Sandra ( lick by the Auxiliary president, Naomi Reed. The Auxiliary also presented a 5 x 8 flag to Serenity Haven Nursing Home in Garland to Mr. Michael Dufresne, Administrator and Nancy Crofford, Activity Director. The men of the Post will install the flag pole. 6 ->;'A Carlson HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING VISA 276-3828 Highway 78 Sachse Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces up, snow is exhilarating. There is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather. —John...

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

$ T* " « -> •) 1 T. W Page 22 SACHSE SENTINEL November 1984 White Lauds State Role In Registering Voters By Governor Mark White AUSTIN —A record 7.7 million Texans are expected to register to vote in November's general elec- tion—and despite criticism from the federal government, I am proud of the state's role in that effort. Last week I testified before the House Subcommittee on Man- power and Housing in Washing- ton, D.C., reviewing Texas' legisla- tive mandate for state agencies to assist in the non-partisan voter registration of any Texas resident. Donald Devine, director of the U.S. Employment and Training Administration, ignored this man- date in a September 24th letter to my office in which he warned that federal regulation does not allow voter registration drives in state employment offices during work- ing hours. Devine expressed concern that voter registration activity on state government property would co- erce employees for partisan polit- ical purposes or allow them ...

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

November 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 23 Greeting Cards SELECT FROM THE A-TEAM — Members of the "Assault Team" that cleaned up the area around Mrs. Cleo Hutson's out-buildings included, left to right: (front row) Mayor Jim Anderson, Ken Proch and Mrs. Hutson; (back row) Sean Langton, James Pearson, Steven Pearson, Sarah Baker, Dana Hughes, Robin Roland, Sandy Baker, Lauri Schwenk, Councilwoman Elaine Gore ana Peggie Holden. Clean Up Campaign Rousing Success The response to October's "Let's Make Sachse Clean and Green!" cam- paign was overwhelming, according to city officials spearheading the project. "The fun part of this job really comes through when a project goes over as well as the clean up and green up campaign has done. Look around the city and the success of the campaign is clearly visible," noted Mayor Jim Anderson. "A lot of people worked hard to make the project a success," added the mayor. "The result of that work is very rewarding." Councilwoman Elaine Gore, coor- dinator f...

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

Page 24 SACHSE SENTINEL November 1 984 DEER HUNTING PROSPECTS GOOD Hunters should have excellent suc- cess during the upcoming deer season, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials said. The hunting season in most counties is Nov. 17 - Jan. 6 and field biologists predict this year's statewide harvest should easily exceed 300,000 animals. Dry conditions in most of the state have hurt fawn production, but overall deer numbers remain high to the point of overpopulation in many areas. Predictions of a large harvest are based primarily on dry range condi- tions which aid visibility and cause deer to move more during daylight hours to feed. Horace Gore, white-tailed deer pro- gram leader, said the dry conditions make it even more important this year for landowners and hunters to utilize all the antlerless deer hunting permits to which they are entitled. "The deer have made it through the dry spring and summer surprisingly well, but they could be in real trouble if we have a wet, cold...

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

Nov«mb«r 1984 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 26 ,r>:*sv\ "WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS" WYIIE FLOWER & M (ilFT SHOP MARTHA KING BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837 Drawer D Wylic, Texas firemen & auxiliary relax at annual chili supper Brown Papf.r Bag It1 ANkw Jersey artist's dispos able guilt bag has been on the market for about six months Instructions on tin- c i «lisi;ai y look ing brown paper bag say to ' Place bag securely over your mouth 1 .ike a deep breath and blow guilt out Dispose of bag immediately " Psychiatrists beware! — The National hnqutrn More than 60 members and guests of the Fire Department and Auxiliary attended and enjoyed the annual Chili Supper which is hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary . Sachse Firemen, their wives, Aux- iliary members, their husbands and guests attended and enjoyed the An- nual Chili Supper which is held each year in October and hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Fire Depart- ment. Huge pots of steaming, delicious chili, cooked by auxi...

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

tit .v<\ . Page 26 SACHSE SENTINEL November 198 4 ^iwticici%itwianMnaaaatinac«twaa«naaaaaaMaanaeiaa^^ DO-IT-YOURSELFERS! SAVE BIG NOW! PLUMBING SUPPLIES - GENERAL HARDWARE i CARPENTRY 8UPPLIE8 « % v ***' ; ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES SN «S. PVC PIPE NO NEED TO DRIVE ANY FARTHER WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION RIGHT HERE IN SACHSE AT THE CORNER STORE PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL, CARPENTRY, PVC PIPE — AND LOTS MORE — STOP IN ANl) LOOK F< CORNER STORE HWY 78 & 3rd Street SACHSE 495-0247 HOURS: Mon. - Fri. Saturday 7:30 - 6:30 8:00 - 5:00

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

ummwwmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmMm Living Potted Plants m SELECT FROM IVYS • TROPICALS • FERNS • CACTUS To Decorate Your Home Use on the Patio Brighten up the Office Priced From: $1.99 ea. CLASSIFIED MATH TUTOR: Grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Mrs. Ruth Franklin at 495-7794. FOR SALE: Heavy duty swing set with slide. $100. Call 495-1118. Well made heavy hide-a-bed. $50.00. Call 530-6149. We have received a new shipment of glassware & mahogany furni- ture. Wicker furniture also. SQUARE TRUNK ANTIQUES, downtown Wylie - 442-1712. HOUND-DOG CLEAN- ING: Karen Kirker 495-7941. WANTED: Full & part-time Real Estate agents, also new home sales people. No license required. Con- tact RANDY MAINE, 495-7810, hm. or 341-9400, wk. ALTERATIONS: Men, women & children. Hems, zippers, designer jeans a speciality. Scout & school patches. Same day or next day ser- vice. Betty - 495-1176. Mirrors, Paintings, Pretty Rugs. SQUARE TRUNK ANTIQUES, downtown Wylie - 442-1712. '81 Datsun, ...

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

Page 28 SACHSE SENTINEL November 1984 Sachse Lions 4th ANNUAL iJ PANCAKE FEED DATE: Saturday, December 8, 1984 LOCATION: Sachse Christian Church TIME: 7:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Tickets can be purchased from any Sachse Lion member or at the door on Dec. 8th. 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 Sachse Shoppe 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * RELIABLE REASONABLE LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK c£jc2C 'PARTNERS" IN "GRiME" HOUSF.CI.KANING SERVICE QUALITY WORK ( ALL TODAY 495-5599 or 530-0608 TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS 530-1 100 i t We're A Pizza Lover's Delight" A large selection to choose from, including: "Ken's S...

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

THE SRCHSE SEMinEL 'Communicating With The Community VOLUMN 9 NO. 12 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY DECEMBER 1984 American Airlines Donates $28,100 To District Retail Center The district and its students parti- cipated in American Airlines Educa- tional Challenge/Scholar Awards. The program recognized students whose scholarship and citizenship were out- standing. In addition, the district received its share of $532,000 raised from tickets purchased at the DFW Airport between April and September 1984. Fourth or fifth graders were chosen to represent their individual elementary schools. The elementary recipients and their parents were invited to tour American Airlines flight training facilities, with a reception hosted by pilots, flight attendants, and other employees. Middle school youngsters took a similar tour. The seventh and eighth graders also spent part of a day on a Flying Tour of Texas. The high school recipients took a three-day trip to Washington, D.C. In addition...

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

t Pag* 2 a-emofta SACHSE SENTINEL THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS ft 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 NOVEMBER 5, 1984 The Mayor opened the regular coun- cil meeting at 7:30 p.m. with all coun- cilmembers present. Mayor Anderson introduced Eric Reed, a new police officer. The oath of office was administered by Mayor Anderson, to Officer Reed and Tom- my Moloney, a dispatcher who has just completed training as a police...

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