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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
F JANUARY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL P«9« 11 HYPOTHERMIA A FACTOR IN WINTER WATER SAFETY o ft Drownings are often thought of as more of a warm-weather occurrence, when Texas lakes are abuzz with activi- ty. But state water safety officials warn that your chances of drowning are greater during cold weather because of the added threat of hypothermia. Hypothermia is simply a scientific word used to describe freezing to death, when the victim's inner body temperature drops below safe levels. In its early stages hypothermia causes a form of shock, with shivering, a lack of coordination and disorienta- tion among other symptoms. Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart- ment water safety education officials say anyone getting on the water for waterfowl hunting, fishing or any other SMALL BUSINESSES COMPETING SUCCESSFULLY Texas' small businesses captured a third of all state agency purchasing contracts worth about $700 million during fiscal year 1984, according to a report submitted to Governor Mark Whit...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
Pag* 12 SACHSE SENTINEL JANUARY 1986 HOLIDAY SCENES AROUND SACHSE December was indeed a busy and attended the many Christmas festi- happy month, filled with much vities that area clubs and organiza- party going and good cheer for tions celebrated. Pictured are residents of the Sachse area as they scenes from some of these events. Scenes from the Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department's party on December 18. Scenes from the Sunny Sachse Homemakers Christmas party on December 5. /• 4*, *)) 9 « (mor* po 16)
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
JANUARY 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 13 SANTA VISITS CITY HALL '""I|"" SftO >t Santa waved to the crowd that awaited him when he arrived by helicopter at Sachse City Hall on December 8, where he visited at the City's Christmas party and passed out stuffed stockings to all the kids. Scenes from the Sachse rire Department's annual Christmas celebration on December 8. % i % * side of beef that the fire depart- ment gave away. The winner was Dr. Edward DeLa Fuente Sachse Santa Claus was a very busy per- son at the firemen's party - - - He Drew the winning ticket for thi Presented a stocking to Mayor Jim Anderson passed out filled stockings to the kids -
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
Page 14 SACHSE SENTINEL JANUARY 1985 Freedom of Choice Period Established RED SNAPPER CAUGHT IN WRONG AREA January 21, 1985 through February 19, 1985 has been established by the Board as the district's 30-day enroll- ment period for Freedom of Choice for the 1985-86 school year. The calendar for the choice period is as follows: (1) Tuesday, January 8--Administrative Staff Meeting, (2) January 8-17— Building Staff Meetings, (3) Thursday, January !7--Freedom of Choice forms sent home, (4) Monday, January 21-- BIRD CHECKLIST NOW AVAILABLE Serious birders or those considering taking up bird watching as a hobby may wish to obtain a new free booklet from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A Checklist of Texas Birds is a handy 36-page booklet designed for recording bird observations by location or in a diary fashion. It includes an ac- curate listing of Texas' birdlife with both scientific and common names. To obtain copies, write to Park Operations, Texas Parks and Wildlife Departme...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
JANUARY 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 16 > Jack Vales, right, receives a plaque from Naomi and Devon Reed. The Reeds of Sachse established a fund for this award in 1983 and it is presented each December to a Sachse fireman who has done outstanding work within the department for that year. All members of the fire depart- ment cast their vote and decide who is to receive this award. A T V SALE 1985 MODELS 4 - WHEELERS 3 - WHEELERS LT 50 LT 125 LT 185 L T 230 L T 250 -$ 619 - 1,219 - 1,549 - 1,899 - 1,949 ALT 125 ALT 185 -$ 999 - 1,249 LT 50 IS ONE SPEED AUTOMATIC - ALL OTHERS HAVE AUTOMATIC CLUTCH, FIVE FORWARD SPEEDS, REVERSE AND FOUR - STROKE ENGINES. THE I.T 230 AND LT 250 ARE EQUIPPED WITH ELEC- TRIC STARTERS. $ Q§$P SUZUKI The Supplier of Motorcycles and All-Terrain Vehicles to the 1984 Olympic Games © GARLAND SUZUKI 300 LAVON - HWV. 78 GARLAND, TEXAS 76040 494-3374 Fire Chief Joe Stone was presented a color TV by members of the fire department. Devon Reed presents the TV to Joe a...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
PH0 16 SACHSE SENTINEL JANUARY 1986 CD E o o c Tax Tips by Bill Wood, CPA 272-S5S7 MORE THAN 50% REQUIRED An important provision in the 1984 Tax Reform Act concerns property used partly for business and partly for personal use. Such property must now be used more than SO^o for business, or no investment credit or accelerated depreciation deductions will be allow- ed. Therefore, computers, boats, airplanes, automobiles, trucks, and other property used partly for business and partly for personal entertainment or recreation will be subject to this test. You may be wondering how the IRS will know if you use a boat or computer 40% or 75% for business. The burden of proof, beginning in 1985, will be on the taxpayer. You are required to keep adequate "contemporaneous records" to substantiate your business usage. If a taxpayer doesn't have adequate contemporaneous records - that is, records kept currently during the year as the business usage occurs - no credit or deductions will be allowed...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
JANUARY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 17 Future Population Density - Proposed Landfill Site Maps FUTURE POPULATION DISTRIBUTION TABLE 13 CITY OF SACHSE POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY PLANNING DISTRICTS: 1970-1995 Planning Districts Holding Capacity 2,361 1 ,043 6,247 2,306 1 ,467 23,160 14,401 3,378 10,004 4 ,830 69,19/ % Developed 11.4 28.0 2.7 1 ,172 Population 270 1975 % Developed 20 Population 472 2,147 1980 % Developed 35 Population 826 5.8 4,010 1985 % Developed 60 45 Population 1 ,416 470 10.6 7,312 1 ,440 338 1990 Oeveloped 70 50 Population 1 ,653 521 13,654 1 ,000 483 1,872 1,153 1,100 2,316 2,880 676 1995 % Developed 85 21 36.7 1 ,014 25,397 3,748 1,614 1,173 5,790 5,760 1 ,351 2,001 Population 2,007 939 Note: % Development is Population/Holding Capacity Source: Projection by Hunter Associates, Inc. 'Sfr'—*• FUTURE POPULATION DENSITY X- I,-'' • •• ' • . '• " \ t VV-- ' ,:«i v'iK, [ j<? 1\ .A ml&H If. ' V® vjsk&ssS iK". ■.«•• < PERSONS PER ACRE 5 TO ?5 PSy;'.V,^. 10 T...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
•• . ***, <■ - VV ■ Page 18 SACHSE SENTINEL JANUARY 1985 COOKING CORNER Last Minute Casserole With Crunchy Good Taste The entire family will wel- come this hearty casserole of favorite ingredients that's ready in just minutes. This recipe is made from items you're likely to find right on the pantry shelf . . packaged enriched pre- cooked rice, crisp whole wheat flakes, tuna and canned tomatoes. Just add a salad and veg- etables for a tasty meal that can leave smiling, satisfied faces around the table. To save extra minutes, put the casserole together the night before and refrigerate. Pop it in the oven at supper time. TUNA CASSEROLE 1 can (10-3/4 oz.) con- densed cream of mushroom soup 1/2 cup milk 2/3 cup grated cheddar cheese 1-1/2 cups MINUTE Rice 1 can (16 oz.) stewed tomatoes 1/2 cup water 1/2 teaspoon oregano (optional) Dash of pepper 1 can (9-1/4 oz.) tuna, drained and flaked Ingredients right off the pantry shelf make this a tasty, easy casserole. 1 cup POST GRAPE- NUTS F...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
JANUARY 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 19 FIRST SESQUICENTENNIAL MEETING HELD SITE FOR FIFTH HIGH SCHOOL PURCHASED < YOU KNOW HOW IDUSEEtECIMOIY. HERE'S HOW TO USE YOUR EUCinC COMPftNY. 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 automatic bank draft billing And help you balance your monthly budget with our Average Billing Plan We sponsor electric safety programs that show you how to avoid a shock And offer information that shows you how to read your electric meter Electricity is just one of the many services ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
(ww"**"** Page 20 SAfcHSE SENTINEL JANUAfW 19tf6 FISHING REPORT CEDAR CREEK: Water murky in coves, clear in open water; 50 degrees; 28 inches low and rising; black bass spotty to 5 pounds on shad colored cranks; hybrid striper fair in 30-35 feet of water on silver slabs; crappie fair in 25-30 feet of water; white bass fair; cat- fish fair. LAKE O THE PINES: Water clear, 61 degrees, a few inches above normal level; black bass very good to 5Vi pounds on cranks, worms and spin- ners; hybrid striper fair on cranks to 3 pounds; crappie good on minnows and jigs in 10 feet of water; catfish fair to 9 pounds on trotline baited with min- nows. MONT1CELLO: Water clear, 78 de- grees, normal level; black bass good to 12 pounds on black worms, jig and pig and Model A; crappie slow; catfish good to 10 pounds on Gordons and shrimp. MOSS LAKE: Water clear, 57 de- grees, 2 feet low; black bass slow to 1 pound on minnows; crappie fair; white bass fair; catfish fair to 4 pounds on rod and reel with sh...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
JANUARY 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 21 • DESIGNER REDWOOD DECKING • CUSTOM WOOD FENCING • • WOOD RETAINING WALLS • • REDWOOD PICNIC TABLES • Quality Workmanship Guaranteed |Q: 17ony U^LcfzLrLCto 214- 495-5239 Ronald S. Pilkington, M.D. Physician For Care Of Infants, Children And Adolescents MON., TUES., THURS., FR1. - 9:00 - 6:00 WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY - 9:00 -12:00 801 W. HIGHWAY 78 WYLIE, TEXAS OFFICE: 442-3591 442-3592 EMERG.: 442-3110 Sachse area residents were extremely fortunate when tornado winds pass- ed through on December 13. There were reports of some damage and power outage in the area, but no injuries. Garland and Mesquite both suffered heavy property damages. Pictured above is Eldon Gordon, Sachse resident in the Pleasant Valley area as he checks damage to his antenna following the storm. SonsAz'ne CHILD CARE CENTER 5545 BROOKVIEW DR. SACHSE, TEXAS 75098 530-7840 JANICE SARVF.R - DIRECTOR Enrolling Now PRICE LIST ONE CHILD (all day) $ 45.00/wk. TWO CHILDREN (all day) $...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
;; y. ■ •#, • Page 22 *< ; * •.. ■: : ? iw • ■ SACHSE SENTINEL ••V ' ; ■ '■f \ JANUARY 1986 CLASSIFIED HOUND-DOG CLEAN- ALTERATIONS: Men, women & ING: Karen Kirker 495-7941. children. Hems, zippers, designer jeans a speciality. Scout & school patches. Same day or next day ser- FOR SALE: Sofa, two chairs, vjce. Betty - 495-1176. dining table, china cabinet. After 6:00 P.M. 495-5895 FOUND: Around Thanksgiving Start the year with a new 4 - plex time, large female short hair dog in Sachse. Energy efficient elec- wearing tan studded collar. A trical appliances. 2 plus 2. For loving family pet, but we have appointment. (214) 494-0970 our own. 495-6806 NEEDED: Occasional babysit- ting in my home, 6 month old BUSINESS CARDS baby boy. References - Sachse. PRINTED - CALL THE 495-8021 SACHSE SENTINEL 530-1100 Alterations by Lana - Hems, zip- pcrs, pockets, sleeves and coats altered. All work guaranteed. Call 495-4935. | I I I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 10C word - $1.50 Minimum I I...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
JANUARY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 23 (city Council) discuss a proposal from Garland on a new landfill. Garland's proposal was for Sachse to relinquish its jurisdiction on 373 acres southeast of Pleasant Valley and southwest of Elm Grove for a landfill. Sachse wold assist in obtaining all necessary permits. Garland would lease to Sachse 100 acres for a park in the flood plain for C.00 per year. 3arland would sell the 70 acres on easant Valley Road. Sachse residents would have use of Garland transfer station at $2.00 per trip. Council approved notifying Garland of their support of the plan. Adjourned ll:46 p.m. Following the adjournment the council approved in an emergency meeting the changing of a zoning re- quest of Phillip Jones, a change from R-5 to C-2 zoning of property on Ben Davis Road. PUBLIC HEARING December 17, 1984 A public hearing was held at Sachse City Hall on Monday, December 17, 1984. The hearing was opened by Mayor Jim Anderson at 7:05 P.M. Subject of the hearing con...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 January 1985
Pag* 24 SACHSE SENTINEL JANUARY 1085 Letters to the Editor AN APOLOGY I want to take this opportunity to apologize to Mike Foster. Last month the Sachse City Council voted to take him off of the park board. At the time I cast my vote, I thought that Mike had been noti- fied that such an action was pend- ing. It was only later that I learned that he had not been contacted and was unaware that the item was on the agenda. I regret that I did not check out whether or not Mike had been notified before I cast my vote. Mike was done an injustice and we must re-double our commit- ment to our citizens to perform our duties in a manner which is cour- teous and compassionate to our fine people who volunteer so much of their time and effort to Sachse. Mike, please accept my apology. I will try to live up to your trust in the future. Eldon Gordon Sachse City Councilman Hoeft Classic PAINT & BODY Insurance Claims Welcome VW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE 442-3261 Owner: DON HOEFT 302 WILSON RD. ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985
VOLUMN 10 NO. 2 8ACH3E, TEXAS Dr. William Meshel Opens Office Here 5 1 m fH I)R. WILLIAM MESHEL Dr. William Meshel recently completed training and has opened an office for General Practice at 5634 Brookview Center in Sachse seiitmel "Communicating With The Community' Dr. Meshel completed his train- ing at M.D. Anderson Hospital in Houston and is now affiliated with Wylie Community Hospital. Dr. Meshel's extensive emergen- cy experience during his Navy ser- vice and having worked in several Texas hospital emergency rooms ^ibles him to quickly diagnose .lost any emergency situation. With his computer, which has a worldwide network hookup, Dr. Meshel said after his diagnosis on a patient, he can enter the diagnosis into it and it will tell him every- thing about any disease, the treat- ment and what not to do. "It has saved me many hours, which would he spent reading through medical journals," Dr. Meshel said. Dr. Meshel, who loves the medi- cal profession and helping others, has publi...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985
P«8* 1 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1086 THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS A 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 appe?^ 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 "Contentment turns all it touches into gold." Benjamin Franklin Council JANUARY 7, 1985 Mayor Jiir Anderson opened regu- lar council meeting at 7:30 p.m. Coun- cilmember Gordon was absent. Mr. Bell, representing the audit firm that had completed the 1983-84 fiscal year budget audit, briefed the council on the report. Council ac- ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985
w *'S3fc' A--'- ' -V- FEBRUARY 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 3 (SuTdStiSHSiiTiiSt i7iiii5i«5it5ii!5ii 5i <I5!< 5I I5 5II5II5' iyi>*iiSii5iiiS 5?iiSii5(iVw5iiSu7!i I5I •5 3u5«i5«*«!'!«5iiS«ii?iii5«5«5ii*i 5tiTiiS« 5M?ii5«iTiiTiw x«Si>5w. .i In FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE WE'RE PARTNERS IN THE FUTURE We are young enough to dream and believe in our dreams...But experi- enced enough to know that dreams be- come reality only when they have strong foundations. Our professional staff combines over 70 years of sound finan- cial experience and we are confident that we have the ability to provide the personal financial services necessary to make your dream a reality both personally and professionally... At First National Bank of Sachse you can bank with confidence... It t (214) 530-7999 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 a fOUAi *KXJV*G LENDER ■ I
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hi* Peg* 4 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1986 Sachse Youngster Wins Title * 1 $ >sssm Kyle Kerby, son of led and Darla Kerby, owners of Ted's Floor & Decor in Sachse, participated in the Dallas Bab> Pageant and Diaper Derby held on November 18, 1984 at the Dallas Convention Center. Kyle, pictured above with his trophy, was the winner of the title, Supreme King of Dallas. Jean Kerby of Sachse and Sonny and Jean Means of Copeville are grandparents of the trophy winning youngster. Make Her Smile FEB. 14'!' magine her surprise when bouquet of flowers! Stop in. 3 LOCATIONS North Star Florist 301 N.Star Rd. Garland 24 HOUR PHONE LADIES and GENTS Coming Soon To The Sachse Area Milady ys Hairdressers Piano Rd. Florist 1816 N.PLANO RD. GARLAND 494-0456 7210 HWY. 78 - SUITE C Sachse, Texas Centervllle Rd. Florist 130 E.CENTERVILLE RD. GARLAND 276-6956 Watch for OPENING Dale and $ $ SPECIALS $ $ 1 .Saving You Lots of Money ! WE WIRE FLOWERS # ,v*v
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. . fit, -■ ^>1 FEBRUARY 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL P«9« • •> t for Larry Holxien Sachse City Council - April 6 Fellow Sachse Citizens: I would like to represent you as your councilman. I have strong interests in broadening the city's tax base, street repairs, the proper disposal of Sachse's solid waste, zoning matters, police and fire protection, the Water Department, adopting a Master Plan for the City and in a future municipal government building for Sachse. In this letter to you, I present my qualifications and my position on issues vital to the City. If you agree with me, I will appreciate your vote on April 6. QUALIFICATIONS Three years ago, my family and I moved to Sachse. Almost immediately, the "Condo Controversy" and the eventual deletion of multi-family zoning captured my inter- est in the city government and in the active response of my fellow citizens. I began to regularly attend City Council meetings and volunteered to be on the citizen's co- mmittee to help rewrite Sa...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985
V Page 6 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1985 TUEC Announce Electricity Resource Plan TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS 530-1 100 A resource plan for meeting area electricity needs through 1994 was an- nounced today by Texas Utilities Elec- tric Company. The plan includes revis- ed cost and schedule estimates for the Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant and four lignite-fueled generating units. The plan includes estimates of growth in TUEC's service area over the next decade and the company's plans for meeting growing needs for electrici- ty through use of lignite- and nuclear- fueled generation, cogeneration, load management, conservation and com- bustion turbines. Because of uncertainties about the time and effort necessary to obtain an operating license, the company now estimates Comanche Peak Unit 1 pro- bably will not be placed in full power operation before early 1986. Unit 2 is expected to become operational in mid 1987. Based on this schedule, the cost of the plan now is estiamted to be $4.56 bil...