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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

FEBRUARY 1086 SACHS ENTINEL Page 27 Boon News SACHSE AREA RESIDENTS, You Now Have Your Own Drug Store and Pharmacy 5618 Hwy. 78, Sachse, Texas SAVCO Drug . . . Gifts & Cards Conveniently located with lots of free parking Features Fast, accurate filling of your prescriptions Believes in knowing, caring about, and serving you Gladly accepts all forms of insurance, TX. MEDICARD, PCS, PAID, MediMET Keeps family profile records for insurance and taxes Offers 10% Senior Citizens discount Has friendly service along with Low Prices Has a beautiful card and gift section Features a complete line of natural vitamins RONNIE LEE: Pharmacist 15 Years Experience Phone #530-1368 5G18 HWY. 78 SACHSE, TX 75098 iV> by Ronnie Lee, R.Ph. Welcome lo our new column. The Drug Store with a difference SAVCO DRUG offers professional, concerned and personalized service so Ihe next lime your physician prescribes some medication, lei us fill it. We will gladly answer any questions you may have about Ihe m...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1985

P«g« 28 SACHSE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 1986 CLASSIFIED HOUND-DOG CLEAN- ING: Karen Kirker 495-7941. For Sale • Baseball cards, come by the Wylie Tackle & Hobby Shop in Oaks Center - Wylie, or call 442-7001. Camper lot in Sachse for rent at Wildwood Park. $155 per month. 475-2248. Wanted to Buy - U.S. coins & currency. Call or come by the Wylie Tackle & Hobby Shop in Oaks Center - Wylie. 442-7001 Start the year with a new 4 - plex in Sachse. Energy efficient elec- trical appliances. 2 plus 2. For appointment. (214) 494-0970 ALTERATIONS: Men, women & children. Hems, zippers, designer jeans a speciality. Scout & school patches. Same day or next day ser- vice. Betty - 495-1176. For Sale - Fishing tackle, pkg. bait, ammo., etc. Very reason- able prices. Come by the Wylie Tackle & Hobby Shop in Oaks Center - Wylie. 442-7001 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED - CALL THE SACHSE SENTINEL 530-1100 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 10C word - $1.50 Minimum There is no limit to the good a man ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

S .1 V r THE SBCHSE "Communicating With The Community' VOLUMN 10 NO.i 3 8ACHSE, TEXAS 830-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY MARCH 1985 Sachse Resident Retires From Sears </. - / m « ■*' • MS* . * J "**"> -•; J J f?*'* ■ ■■;?**■ f l ^ ' 1 • * * ' tj SiC . 15*51 5p^ *v':- . sf^' ««*■ ws v ; ■* *' *tr ~ ^®.istog. ft . • S9*« v ■.&&. *jf& * W "Si* Devon Reed and his wife, Naomi, are pictured at the party given in his honor at VFW Post 5076 on February 2, 1985. Devon retired from Sears Roebuck & Company in January 1985 with 41 years of service. Devon and Naomi have been Sachse residents for 18 years. MEMORIAL STADIUM RENAMED Upon the recommendation of the Building Committee, Trustees voted to change the name of Memorial Stadium to the Homer B. Johnson Stadium. Johnson came to Garland in 1948 and was assistant coach at Garland High. In 1958, he was named head foot- ball coach and athletic director for Garland High and the district's junior high. While Johnson was head coach, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pat* t SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1985 THE SACHS£ SBfTlNR NEWS A ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse. Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Pob&sfaer 4 Edncr: Joe J. i Pc Sccot .Ks> emoeccs reflect*** ;^>ac the suncm*. cfc&rftrer ur ts?>^2zjz. of £t.;< oerscci. fires. or oocroroo* «*acfc mi> 20Xf ~ the rwflmnm of The Semite. i£ r.a.r\ oe aorrecadbroagrr to nit aaezooc of the sir.or ScgDec arPcte ierEr. sorts? _r>; view* of :*< t-nncc?. wtec± srs rot necessarih tPcfse of irji editors DisrfMEed —;s :c tl r>r>n>;5 ir Sacn« t*>e rrs: of rh." roan DEADLINES FOR THE ISSUE OF THE S.ACHSE NEXT 20th of Each Month FEBRUARY 4. 1*5 Refuia: couaa rnee-ong as opened £ ~:30 p.ts. by Mayor Jec Aadenoo. A2 cxxsncsfenesnbers were present Repcr free: the library Board was wahdhrwri. Annual Fre Deparsner: report as accepted Mayor Anderson reporred tha: al prccecirrs had beer, gone through with the can engrwer in the acceptance of tads on the DeWin Rd. water, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* I' You're Invited To Attend mm FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE st ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION & CHILI COOK OFF We've planned an old fashioned celebra- tion just for you. Dress is Casual, Comfort- able & Country, so load the kids in the truck and come on down. We've got something for the whole family. Beginning at 4:00 p.m., our chili gourmets will start their chili pots a-boiling and begin serving samples of their very own secret rec- ipes. After you have had your chili, you can cool your heels and enjoy an ice cold soft drink while listening to the smooth country sounds of the Sunshine Boys band. For all you Bull Slingers,, both young and old, we've got just the thing for you... A Cow Chip Throwing contest with age categories of 10 and under, 11 to 18 and 19 and over. No need to register. Just pick your chip and give it a whirl. There will be special prizes for the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners in each age division. To get in the spirit of thing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

fl|« 4 SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1 ••• A Preschool Valentine's D«y party was hekl on Wednesday, February 13, at the Children's [^earning Center and Daycare. Valentines were ex- changed and a good time was had by all. We Need ▼ I * * 1 * * * * * I * * * * {3 MAI. tO •* Listings MLS __ •* i*★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★* 495-8172 272-2206 Odie Hall Realtors 6512 IIWY. 78 - SACHSE 'Tolerance it the only real test of civilization." Sir Arthur Helps PEN YOUR IRA NOW 'AND WE'LL GIVE YOU A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX FREE FOR SIX MONTHS You still have plenty of time to open your IRA before income tax filing time, April 15, 1925. You can open your IRA today and save on your 1984 tax return...and save money for your retirement. "Jalk to one of our IRA experts for information on how to set up the right savings plan for both your future and your 1984 tax return. ^)pen an IRA. $2,000 or more and well give you six months free use of a 5 X 5 inch safe deposit box* ^^all 272-5524 today to make an appointme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1985 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag« For City Council 7;: Fellow Sachse Citizens: In last month's Sachse Sentinel, I explained my qualifications — from serving on the Sachse Planning and Zoning Commission to my partici- pation in numerous city-related activities -and I detailed my position on a variety of issues. Now I'd like to be more specific on my personal goals as your councilman: Wk IV, ••• I will, with your backing, work untiringly to guide Sachse toward becoming a Home Rule city. Under Texas law, there are two types of cities: General Law (what Sachse is now) and Home Rule. A city may decide to adopt Home Rule when its population exceeds 5,000. Our present popula- tion is about 4,000 and we could easily have the additional one thousand residents within a year. The advantages of a Home Rule city are many. One Ls a more flexible city government. General Law cities must conform to limited types of government that are dictated by State law. Home Rule cities can have any form of democ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

8 AfHSfc' ft EYflN k 1 MAm 5 V ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW ARRIVALS NELSON Pam and Max Nelson of Sachse are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Melissa Christine Nelson. Arriving at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas on January 17, 1985 at 9:05 p.m. she weighed 7 pounds, IOVa ounces and was 21 inches long. Welcoming his sister home is her brother, Max III. Proud grandparents are Joe and Phyllis Crank of Fanners Branch, Jane Wills of Dallas and Max and Jannie Nelson of Delhi, La. HARGROVE Rita and Bud Hargrove of Copeville are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Jenisse Marie Hargrove. Arriving at North Texas Medical Center in McKinney on February 7, 1985 at 5:48 a.m., she weighed 7 pounds, 9Vz ounces and was 20Vi inches long. Welcoming their new sister are brothers, Dewey, Jason, Joshua, Danny, Dyral, David and sister, Sharon. Proud grandparent is Sara Brewer of Garland. LADIES COLLECTING MERCHANDISE Ladies of the Auxiliary to the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department have start...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* Crappie, Hybrid Stripper Limits May Be Changed New bag, possession and size limits for crappie, hybrid striped bass and catfish on a number of Texas reservoirs are among fishing regulation changes being proposed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The proposed changes will be dis- cussed in regional public hearings before being considered for final adop- tion by the Parks and Wildlife Com- mission. There currently are no bag or posses- sion limits on black or white crappie in Texas, but the proposal announced this week would establish limits in certain power plant-heated reservoirs where the department plans to stock the species. In Brandy Branch Reservoir in Har- rison County, Lakes Braunig and Calaveras near San Antonio, Lake Fairfield in Freestone County and Lake Jacksonville in Cherokee County the daily bag limit would be 15, possession limit 30, and minimum size limit 10 inches. Officials said crappie reproduction is generally poor in hea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

* • • SACH8E SENTINEL yAhCH 1998 f/fcPointers For Parents SAFETY TIPS FOR KIDS Kids and energy just seem to go together, and children today are constantly on the go—playing in the yard or playground, on their way to or from school, at the park with friends, riding their bicycles. While it's great to see them on their own and having fun, it's important to teach them some basic rules about safety. * Teach your kids to look both ways before crossing any street. * Bicycle riders should be taught to obey traffic signals and to keep to the right side of the road. * Make sure your children al- ways let you know where they're going, who they'll be with, and when to expect them home. If they'll be spending the night at, a friend's house, make sure you know and trust the parents. * Your children should know never to approach a stranger or to accept candy, presents, or rides from people they don't know. Teach them to say "no" and run away from these potentially dangerous situa- tions. * If you...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1986 3ACHSE SENTINEL Pfl9« 9 VOTE APRIL 6 Elect JIM ANDERSON MAYOR Sachse Citizens: § My name is Jim Anderson, and I would like to continue representing you as your Mayor. My family and I have resided in Sachse for the past nine (9) years. I am a member of the Sachse Lions Club and a board member of the First National Bank of Sachse. My wife, Cynthia, works for a pediatrician in Richardson. She is a member of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary and a board member of the Sachse Parks and Recreation. Our son, Kenny, is a sophomore at North Garland High School. Our daughters, Tammy and Tina, are both graduates of North Garland High School and are pursuing their careers. I have served the City of Sachse since 1978, two terms as Councilman and two terms as your Mayor. I have given willingly of my time during these terms and have tried using good common sense as well as my experi- ence for the betterment of Sachse. I feel I have moved the city forward in all aspects. The city's water supply...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag* 10 3ACHSE 8ENTINEL MARCH 1985 A U □ a'Kifj VENTURE RESTAURANT & FOUNTAIN 5848 Highway 78 - (At Sachse Road) Sachse, Texas 495-4278 Welcomes Samantha AS THEIR NEW MANAGER AND PARTNER BREAKFAST LUNCH & DINNER Served AH Hours —-— SAMANTHA SUGGESTS YOU TRY: HER FAMOUS HAMBURGERS WE ALSO HAVE FROM OOR FOUNTAIN Malts & Shakes $1.35 Sodas $1.20 Freezes (Orange or Lime) $1.25 Sundae's (Single) $ .75 Sundae's (Double) $1.35 FANCY SUNDAE'S Banana Split - Multi-flavor (vanilla, chocolate & strawberry ice cream) on a split banana topped with strawberry, pineapple & chocolate topping and garnished with whip cream, Marchino cherry & nuts $ 1.85 Wednesday Special" Enchilada Dinner With Rice & Beans ALL HOMEMADE 1/2 PRICE LUNCH (Specials Excluded) COMPLIMENTS OF SAMANTHA (with coupon) WEEK OF MARCH 4 - 8 1/2 PRICE BANANA SPLIT COMPLIMENTS OF KIP & GERALD 5:00 P.M.-9:00P.M. (with coupon) WEEK OF MARCH 4-8 •4 FREE FOUNTAIN DRINK COMPLIMENTS OF KIP & SAMANTHA W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1085 3ACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 1 1 Sam Crumpley Tribute And Benefit The friends of the Wylie Opry are sponsoring a tribute and benefit show for Sam Crumpley on Saturday, March 2, 1985 at the Wylie Opry. All d oor proceeds and dona- tions received will be given to the Crumpley family to assist them with medical expenses due to Sam's illness. Mr Sam, a longtime resident of Wylie, is presently the owner of Sam's Fiddle Shop in the Oak Center. He has shared his musical talents with many Wylie residents in teaching the fiddle and other musical instruments. Some of his former students will be performing as well as other longtime friends in the music business. Joey Riley, a former student, is doing a medley of tunes on his fiddle, dedicated to Mr Sam. The first President to drive his own car was Warren G. Harding Woodrow Wilson is on the $100,000 bill. Special guest, Kenny Seratt, will be appearing on stage. Ken- ny has had several records to hit the charts and is a hit in England as he t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag* 12 SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1085 AVERAGE BILLING, YOUR ELECTRIC BILL WILL BE ABOUT THE SAME EACH Everyone knows electric bills go up and down throughout the year. Some months they're low. Some months they're higher, depending on how much electricity you use. But for most of us there aren't any highs and lows in our monthly income. It's pretty much the same from month to month. So, balancing the monthly budget can be a problem. Well, Texas Power and Light Company has an answer. It's the Average Billing Plan. And each month after you join, you'll pay an average of your monthly electric bills over the past twelve months. No more ups and downs. Of course, you're still paying for all the electricity you use. But with average billing, your electric bills will be about the same each month. So budgeting will be that much easier. If you want to know more about our Average Billing Plan, call your local TP&L office today. TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A Division ot Texas Utilities ttec...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1086 SACH3E SENTINEL P«8« 13 City of Sachse, Texas COMBINED BALANCE SHEET -- ALL FUND TYPES AND ACCOUNT GROUPS September 30, 1984 Governmental Fund Types ASSETS Cash and cash investments Restricted assets (Notes B and C) Accounts receivables Deposits Due from other funds Fixed assets (Notes C and D) Land Building Improvements other than buildings Machinery and equipment Less accumulated depreciation Amounts available for debt service Amount to be provided for future debt service Total assets LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY Liabilities Accounts payable (Note D) Other liabilities Due to other funds Long-term debt (Note C) Unexpended park donations Total liabilities Fund equity Contributed capital Investment in general fixed assets Fund balances Retained earnings Total fund equity Proprietary Fund Type Special Debt Enterprise General Revenue Service Fund Account Groups $ 2,432 2,155 '63, 000 $3,981 $5,008 $ 5,371 90,415 11,675 3,424 15,662 2,062,255 17,125 2,079,380 374,093 1,705,26?...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

P«fl« 14 SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1985 spotlight on health IIQIIIIMMIlllOIIIHIWIIIIDtlMnHHIIDIMMIMMIIQIHIIiMHIIOlllMllllllinilllHIIIII EAR INFECTION SEASON IS HERE More children may suffer middle ear infections this winter and spring than ever before. Based on the most recent estimates, these infections, known as otitis media, were responsible for more than 27 million office visits in 1983. This compares with 22 mil- lion the year before and 20 million in 1981, an overall in- crease of 35 percent. 'in fact, ear infections have become the most common medical diagnosis of child- hood," reports Charles D. Bluestone, M.D., director of the Otitis Media Research Center in Pittsburgh, Penn. Although a direct correla- tion has not been established between the increase in ear infections and antibiotic re- sistance, it is occurring at the same time there is increasing resistance to the antibiotics commonly prescribed. "Resistance could be part of the problem," Dr. Bluestone states, "but so could...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 198* 8ACH8E SENTINEL P«0« 1| VA Questions & Answers •< EDITOR'S NOTE: Following are representative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full information is available at any VA office. Q - I am a 30 percent service- connected disabled veteran. My elderly mother lives with me. May I claim her as a dependent? A - Yes, if information concerning your mother's income, assets, and ex- penses establishes that she is, in fact, dependent on contributions from you to maintain a reasonable mode of liv- ing. You must also provide the VA with a certified copy of your birth certifi- cate. Q - I went on active duty in December 1975. Do I qualify as a Vietnam-Era veteran? A - No. The Veterans Administra- tion defines the Vietnam Era as August 5, 1964 through May 7, 1975. To qual- ify as a Vietnam-Era veteran, at least one day of your active duty must have occurred on or between those dates. Q -- I am 71 years old with limited income and am confined to my home because of disabiliti...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag* 1 • 8ACH8E SENTINEL MARCH 1986 Easy-Does-It Hints For The Homemaker B North Side Sharpening Service Complete Automotive Services Sales & Service Lawn Mower \ Repairs 276-5918 276-9362 & Complete Tune-Ups SH ARM \ SAW |i L \l)l S HAND SAWS SI M.L & CAR HI Dl ELECT TOOL RI PAIR SCISSORS BUIL.I) I R I OOLS COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING and AIR CONDITIONING ALSO ALTERNATOR & GENERATOR REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED 272-6101 ALSO 1110 Lavon Dr. Garland, TX 75040 (Member Texas Bank Charge-It Service) JIM RANES - OLYN PRESS (In Business Over 20 Years) J & O GARAGE 235 LAVON DR. GARLAND When it comes to cleaning the house, whether it's just a weekly pick-up or a thor- ough seasonal cleaning, one good rule to remember is that the best way is often the easiest way. Here are some hints from Polly Free- man, Home Care expert for Lysol® Pine Action™ to help you: • Hate to defrost the' re- frigerator and freezer? You may be surprised to learn that if you vacuum the back of the applianc...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1985 SACH8E SENTINEL P«g« 17 GISD ACTIVITIES FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL WEEK March 4-8, 1985 has been set as Texas Public Schools Week. This year's theme is "Our Good Fortune Is Our Public Schools." Garland ISD will be observing the week-long event in a number of ways. All schools will hold open houses for parents and patrons during Public Schools Week. Elementary schools will have open house on Monday evening, March 4. GISD middle schools will be open to the public on Tuesday evening, March 5. High school open houses are scheduled for Thursday evening, March 7. Open house hours are 7 - 9 p.m. Some of the special GISD activities for Public Schools Week are as follows: ♦Kimberlin Elementary will hold a special open house on Sunday, March 3 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The students and staff will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the school. Special activities are scheduled. Elementary Activities ♦Club Hill first graders of Ellen Collier are adopting a fish from the Museum as part of their...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MtfKOMP «• Ml* 1 • SACH8E SENTINEL MARCH 1988 SuP?Jjresh Wylie Texas 702 East Hwy. 78 OPEN 7 AM - 16 PM 7 DAYS A WEEK Prices Good: Thurs., Feb. 28-Wed., Mar. 6, 1985 Nerie of these item sold to dealer* • we reserve the right li Knit quantities. 50 lb bag Reg S9 89 iSS' r\ DEL MONTE CATSUP 32 02 bti 79 Reg S1 55 Nabisco Refreshing SALTINE CRACKERS 89 HHu OpM HMU O HHV b Uw Reg $1 29 2 liter Reg $1.49 -Ml— 8 oz. ¥¥ Reg. *1.39 creaiMideas PEPSI COLA 69 Pringles PEPSI POTATO CHIPS 99 DEL MONTE UeimontAFRUIT COCKTAIL RQC 15oz Uv Reg. 93c Reg 93c Kleenex Assorted FACIAL TISSOE 99c 250 ct box Reg. $1.45 BE SURE TO SHOP & SAVE WITH THESE One-Get One Free Specials.. Hyde Park FABRIC SOFTENER SHEETS $119 40 ct. I Reg S1.79 Del TTTonte Wise Cottage Fried POTATO CHIPS Buy one 8 oz bag at regular price and get another bag Buy Chunk White SWANSON CHICKEN Buy one 5 oz. can at regular price and get another 5 oz can Sunny Dale HOMOGENIZED MILK gal. $1 95 Reg S2 39 SUNBEAM BREAD Buy one 1V* lb lo...

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