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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 10SS 8ACH8E SENTINEL P««« 1 • SuP,eJ,Jresh Wylie, Texas 702 East Hwy. 78 OPEN 7 A.M. • 10 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK Prices Good: Thurs., Feb. 28-Wed., Mar. 6, 1985 None ol these items sold to dealers - we reserve the right to limit quantities r. iy4..v«r, r^/ /1 ' / ■#*// EXTRA LEAN STEW MEAT Fine for Barbecue $149 Hyde Park Grade A SLICED BACON per lb. $159 SHORT RIBS l lb $1 49 fihi V;' Harvest Moon LONG HORN CHEESE EcKrich Reg. or Beel SMOKED SAUSAEE EcKrich Meat or Beef FRANKS 8 oz. lb. USOA Choice Beet CHUCK STEAK $109 Blade Cut lb. I USDA Grade A Country Pride FRYER THIGHS ,69° USDA Choice Beef ARM ROAST $129 Eckrich Meat or Beef BOLOGNA lb. S-J99 Louis Rich GROUND TURKEY lb $-|29 Pimento CHEESE SPREAD 12 oz $-|49 Mrs. Smiths <0, Natural Juice Pie Apple Mrs. Smith's APPLE PIE $149 Re Reg. S2 25 Large RED or GOLDEN APPLES per lb. 59* CANTALOUPES BROCCOLI GREEN ONIONS RED RADISHES RUBY RED GRAPEFROIT 3.,$1 3f W 6 bunches 1 6 bags '1 Ore Ida Welch's HASH 1SSB GR*ff JVlCI 16 oz....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

P 9« 10 8ACHSE 8ENTINEL MAflCH 1085 Cooking Corner Tips To Help You Company chicken can be easy and elegant when you cook with wine. For a delicious change of pace, try apricot chicken sim- mered in Mouton Cadet white wine. TANGY APRICOT CHICKEN 6 skinless and boneless chicken breast halves Salt and pepper 1/4 cup butter 12 dried apricots, chopped 2 cups chicken broth 1 cup Mouton Cadet white wine 6 shallots, minced 1/4 teaspoon each ground car- damom and celery salt 1/4 cup chopped chives Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper. In a large skillet, heat butter and saute chicken breasts slowly until they are brown and completely cooked, about 15 to 20 minutes. Re- move from skillet and set aside. To skillet, add apricots, chicken broth, Mouton Cadet, shallots, cardamom and celery salt. Simmer uncovered for 15 minutes. Pour juices into a blender and whirl until finely chopped. Replace in skillet and add chicken. Heat again until bubbly. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve sprin...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL P«8« 2 1 FAR-AWAY FOODS YOU MAKE AT HOME INTERNATIONAL DESSERTS Popular foreign desserts now can be prepared—with delicious results—using in- redients readily available in le United States. Victorian Blackcurrant Pudding, for example, calls for fresh blackcurrants, which although an English favorite are not easily ob- tained in the U.S. The solu- tion is English Cottage Blueberry Pudding—a de- lightfully light adaptation of the original. When Beatrice Companies, Inc. invited foreign food editors to develop ideas for an international menu, no one would have guessed that their recipes would be so easily adapted for American palates and products. Here are two tasty high- lights of the menu. The Warm Walnut Cream is a version of a Far Eastern recipe. ENGLISH COTTAGE BLUEBERRY PUDDING 2 envelopes (1/4 ounce each) unflavored gelatin 3 tablespoons water 1 pound fresh or frozen blueberries 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup Creme de Cassis 1 teaspoon ground mace Sprinkle gelat...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

p«g« if SACHSt SENTINEL MARCH 1«05 LIBRARIAN SPEAKS TO LADIES AUXILIARY ****************.********•****¥****** ******************* Eighteen members of the Sachse Ladies Auxiliary were present on February 19 to hear guest speaker Sally Koch speak about the library and up- date everyone on the 1986 Sesquicen- tennial celebration. Ms. Koch spoke about the many projects that are plan- ned for the City of Sachse to help celebrate Texas' 150th birthday. She also displayed and reviewed just a few of the many books that are at the Sachse Public Library. The Auxiliary's program calendar for 1985 was presented by Judy Helton. Some programs planned for the year are: "Floral Arrangements", "A Sand- wich Supper", "A Swim Party", "Dinner Out", and more. A program is planned for each meeting during the year. "Floral Arrangements", presented by Rowlett Florist, will be the program for the March 19 meeting. Following adjournment refresh- ments were served by Janet Hughs and Debbie Spore. All ladies i...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1086 33*3A3 SACHSE SENTINEL a* *8^4 Page 2 3 Cocaine can be killer Luis was a good person. He was sensitive and caring. He loved his children, and the di- vorce he was going through ripped him apart. His eyes burned with the pain of tears, which were not yet ready to flow and free him from his anxious torment. Luis was found dead at age 42. PSo it was with David Kennedy d so many others. According to the National In- stitute on Drug Abuse, Rockville, Maryland, some 21.6 million Americans had used cocaine sometime in their lives by 1982, a figure susbtantially higher than the estimated 15.2 million in 1979. That survey, as reported in Family Practice News, reveals that cocaine abuse is increasing rsubtantially" among those 26 [years of age and older. Dr. Joseph R. Novello, a spe- Icialist in the area of drug depen- jdeny describes four stages of cocaine abuse: •First is the experimentation stage. This is when a person tries (the drug at a social gathering be- cause it is there....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Page 24 8ACH3E SENTINEL MARCH 1086 Big Bass Countdown Getting Underway Texas fishermen may be a bit overdue for bringing in a new state record black bass, but the next few weeks may do the trick. Phil Durocher, inland fisheries management coordinator for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, pointed out that most of the 12-pound-plus largemouths taken in Texas succumbed to lures during late January through March. "The state record bass, a 15-pound, eight-ouncer, was caught on Feb. 7, 1981, and with very few exceptions almost all the fish on the top 20 list were caught in the late winter and early spring period," Durocher said. Biologists believe the larger bass begin to move into shallow water and become more aggressive in preparation for the spawn, thus giving anglers the best opportunity to get a wall-hanging size bass. So far in 1985 the big bass scene has been fairly quiet, with only one fish reportedly breaking into the top 20. Andy Iosue of San Antonio landed a 13-3 on Jan....

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1085 ■ ■ w :< ' '• , ■ . & ft SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 25 CONSU 0 RNER HOW TO PROTECT GOODS WHEN MOVING Your household goods face certain risks when moving That's why it's a good idea to fudv the protection plans of- red by moving companies to Establish the amount of liabil- ity the mover is to assume while your goods are in his possession. Some programs offer full reimbursement for lost or damaged items. Others con- sider depreciated values in any settlement. If your goods are new or in excellent condition, you'll probably want the added se- curity of "full value"coverage. If you're willing to assume part of the risk, some com- panies offer full-value cover- age with deductibles. If most of your goods have seen years of wear, you may want to purchase less expen- sive protection to avoid a coverage expense that could exceed the cost of a claim. The majority of claims are less than $200. FREE LEAFLET For a free leaflet on protect- ing your household goods while in transit, s...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag« 26 SACH3E SENTINEL MARCH 1086 (ell II) Councilmember Gordon spoke on Garland's request for the relinquish- ment of Sachse's ETJ to Garland for a landfill. "We now have good relations with Garland on services and we need to keep this, Gordon said. "We also need to protect Sachse residents who have spoken out on this." Gordon also expressed his feeling of the quiet and peacefulness in the Pleasant Valley area. Without any other comments Gor- don motioned to decline Sachse's ETJ to Garland. Council's vote was unani- mous to decline. Council reviewed the results of the public hearing on Mr. Milsap's request for a special use permit on Miles Rd. Council approved. Council approved Gale Davis' re- quest for an approval on Davis Estates - Preliminary Plat. P&Z had also ap- proved. Tom Wilson, Chairman of the Park Board, briefed the council on a prob- lem of water being dumped into the ball park from a new drain pipe off Bryan St. in Salmon Estates. He asked what the council could d...

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

MARCH 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL P«0* 17 Sign Up - Baseball - Softball — One Day Only — Saturday, March 9, 1985 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Sachse City Hall APPLICATION (CHECK ONE) TO PLAY BASEBALL _ OR SOFTBALL NAME: Last First Middle Initial ADDRESS: Street PHONE NO: City DATE OF BIRTH: State Zip Mo. Day Yr. SCHOOL ATTENDING: Name City DID APPLICANT PLAY BASEBALL OR SOFTBALL LAST YEAR? YES NO IF YES, GIVE NAME OF LEAGUE TEAM CITY STATE TO BE COMPLETED BY LEAGUE SACHSE BOOSTERS, INC. PLAYING AGE: BIRTH CERTIFICATE TEAM ASSIGNED TO: (Signature of Director) I/we, the parents or guardian of the above applicant applying for a position on a Sachse Booster Club team; hereby give ray/our ap- proval to his/her participating in any and all Sachse Booster Club sports activities. I/we assume all the risks and hazards incidental to such participation including transportation to and from the activities and I/we do hereby waive, release, absolve, indemnify and agree to hold harmless the Sachse Booster Club,...

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

P«fl* 28 8ACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1985 Carlson HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING VISA' 276-3828 Highway 78 Sachse KAREN E. DUVAL, Seamstress Alterations for Men, Women & Children Ten Years Professional Experience Department Store and Cleaners Specializing in Bridal & other Formal Wear Will do all types of alterations One Day Service Available 495-6557 A & A USED PARTS USED CARS 442-1877 442-5042 WYLIE, TEXAS EMORY'S PLUMBING & HEATING Plumbing & Heating Repair and Installation FIXTURES • FANS • WATER HEATERS SEWER SERVICE Call - Before 9:00 A.M. or After 6:00 P.M. 442-7116 Wylie, TX I Sachse Shoppe Fine Gifts & Accessories tw t Sachse, Texas 5624 Highway 78 HOURS Tuesday - Saturday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. 530-1100 BASKETS To Decorate or Use Plain •> : DESIGNED LACE WALL HANGINGS Imported Prom Denmark OWLS: A Large Selection of Owl Arrangements Made With Pine Cones (cowboys, fishermen, pencil holders, owl family, &a...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1986 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 21 Library Lines SACHSE PUBLIC LIBRARY 3033 6th Street (214) 530-8966 Some of the best issue related material that I've read lately is "Realities: Educational Reform in a ^Learning Society" by the American Library Association. Here are some highlights of the four realities. (1) Learning begins before schooling. Preschool children who have been read to and who are familiar with books do better in school than those who have not had this experience. Libraries have materials and programs to educate adults on educating small children. Children can borrow books themselves and attend storytime programs. (2) Good schools require good school libraries. (These points apply to public schools who serve school age children.) Libraries and librarians play an important role in the formal educa- tion of a child. When a child has ready access to a quality library, the informa- by: Sally Koch Your Liorarian tion and skills he learns are not limited to the classroom exp...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag* SO 8ACH8E SENTINEL MARCH 1086 I I Police Report SACHSE POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT January 22 to February 18 A total of 34 arrests were made dur- ing this period: 5 - Traffic Arrest 17 - Warrant Arrest 3 - Disorderly Conduct 2 - Driving While Intoxicated 7 - Public Intoxication 2 - Prisoner Pick Up A total of 124 calls were answered or initiated during this period: Disturbances: 2 - Noise, 4 - Vehicle, 10 - Family Burglary: 2 - In Progress, 3 -Residence Theft: 1 - Vehicles (Recovered), 4 -Property Fight In Progress: 2 Suicide: 1 Harrassing Phone Calls: 5 Back-Ups: 6 Fire Calls: 7 Alarm: 4 (False) Accidents: 7 (Minor), 1 (Major Suspicious Person: 9 Suspicious Vehicles: 7 Prowler: 6 Criminal Mischief: 3 Open Door: 7 Motorist Assist: 5 Escort: 3 Runaways: 2 Animal Complaints: 2 Contact Complainant: 7 Miscellaneous: 10 Emergency Message: 2 Traffic Hazard: 2 Welfare Concern: 1 Abandoned Vehicle: 6 A total of 7,265 miles were driven through the period. A total of 197 city cases ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

aear MARCH H O H A V 1085 jaKHV.ae 3CH3A2 8ACH8E SENTINEL Of Pag* 81 HOMEMAKERS CHANGE DATE OF MARCH MEETING Sixteen members were present on February 13 to hear Rita Puckett pre- sent the program, "Oh My Aching Back". Rita explained some of the reasons for back pain and said that more than 80% of back problems are due to poor daily lifestyle habits such as poor posture, being overweight, and weak muscles. Ms. Puckett demon- strated along with members several flowing movements and exer- cSKhat will help correct back pain and rechannel stress, fatigue or boredom into healthful, productive energy. President Pamela Baker made an an- nouncement about the "Craft Day" on May 3. The event will be at Pleasant Oaks Recreation Center and some of the crafts on demonstration will be silk flowering, tin punching, quilling, pillows and etching glass. Members were also reminded that all tickets and money for the granny square afghan are to be turned in on or before the April meeting. A field trip t...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

P«9 8f 8ACH8E SENTINEL MARCH 1985 5618 Hwy. 78, Sachse, Texas Good We Now Have LEGGS Pantyhose 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 Mon. - Fri. Saturday STORE HOURS 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M 5618 HWY. 78 SACHSE, TX 75098 by Ronnie Lee, R.Ph. If your physician prescribes a particular medication have him call SAVCO DRUG directly. Our pharmacists are pledged to further and maintain the highest ethical standards of the pharmaceutical profes- sion. We offer complete patient profiles ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1909 SACHSE SENTINEL *••• tt Fire Dept. Report fire department report January 1985 TOTAL CALLS: 7 Vehicle Fire 1 Auto Accident 1 Medical Emergency 2 Public Service 1 •Fireworks 1 Day Care Center 1 BURNING PERMITS: 4 Estimated Loss $550.00 Average Time Each Call ... 46 min. Average Response Time . . 4.3 min. Cities Sales Tax State Comptroller Bob Bullock in February sent checks totaling $111.8 million in local tax payments to the 991 cities that levy the one-percent local sales tax. "Disappointing Christmas retail sales during the 1984 Christmas season held February payments to a puny 6 percent increase over last February," Bullock said. "And even this little in- crease is due as much to new items be- ing taxed for the first time as it is to any real sales growth." Sachse received $4,494.42 for this period bringing total payment for 1985 to $7,186.05 for a 4.44 percent increase over the same period in 1984 when total payments were $6,880.69. Garland had a 4.17% increase over 19...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag* 34 SACHSE SENTINEL MARCH 1085 CLASSIFIED GARDEN TILLING - 442-1817 HOUND DOG CLEANING SERVICE. Karen Kirker - 475-8376 FOR LEASE - On Hwy. 78, 1,300 sq. ft. office - retail space. $500.00 mo. 530-7206 Start the year with a new 4 - piex in Sachse. Energy efficient elec- trical appliances. 2 plus 2. For appointment. (214) 494-0970 FOR LEASE Warehouse, 2,450 sq. ft. with 2 offices, in Industrial Park. $860.00 mo. 530-7206. 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 ALTERATIONS: Men, women & children. Hems, zippers, designer jeans a speciality. Scout & school patches. Same day or next day ser- vice. Betty - 495-1176. CHILD CARE: In my home. Mon. - Fri., 8 months and up. Drop-ins welcome, any age. Call 530-2095. Woman wants to baby sit in her home. 530-2704 HOME DAY CARE: Hot lunches, fenced yard, reasonable rates, Sachse area. 495-0937. Wanted to Buy - U.S. coins &...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1988 8ACH8E SENTINEL Page 88 The Marketplace FOOD STORE & MEAT MARKET BACON Sliced Slab Dry Cured 1.99 lb. Fresh Jumbo 79C doz. 5630 Hwy. 78 Sachse, Texas Owner: Jack Duke 530-8995 STORE HOURS: Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. til 9:00 P.M Saturday & Sunday 8:00 a.M. til 8:00 P.M RUDY FARMS SAUSAGE - Pure Pork Pure Pork Sausage Patties 3# box . . . 5.99 6# box . . . 11.49 ALL BEEF & PORK IS USDA CHOICE EVERY PURCHASE IS - 100% GUARANTEED Market Made 1.99 lb ROUND STEAK 2.49 lb. ARM ROAST boneless 2.09 lb. <T GROUND CHUCK 10 lbs. or more 1.79 lb. BLUE BELL ICE CREAM (any flavor) SIRLOIN TIP or RUMP ROAST 2.49 lb. 2.99 1/2 gal. BEEF BRISKET 1.35 lb. price good thru March 10, 1985 NEW YORK STRIP avg. wt. 12 lbs. 3.09 lb. RIB EYES avg. wt. 10 lb 3.99 lb. BORDENS MILK 2.19 gal. TT TOP SiRLOIN STEAK boneless / CHEDDAR CHEESE Split Horn 2.29 lb. avg. wt. 12 lbs. 2 - 8 OZ. FILET MIGNON With 50.00 Purchase Excluding Sale Items this item is equal to 12% discount 1 ECKRICH FIN...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1985

Pag* 3 § 8ACH8E 8ENTINEL MARCH 1885 l I I FOR LEASE 1,200 sq. ft. commercial building. $ 100. per mo. and you provide daytime management of adjoining mini-warehouse. Contact 272-1330 Wanted full time child care for our 6 month old. Must have excellent ref- erences, be watching no more than one other child, in our home or yours. Salary negotiable. Prefer non-smoker. Call Randy 3^1-9^00 Not What You Say But When What a person says docs not always mean as much as the circumstances under which it is said. Take the young man who be- fore his marriage, or even shortly afterward, declares to the woman he adores, "Were I drowning in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, going down for the third time, you would be the last person I'd think of." She will believe him; she will love him; she will be perfectly happy. But just suppose he makes the same statement the day after he has forgotten her birthday or their wedding anniversary ? 5 2 L Sachse Dry Cleaning & Laundry "Quality Is Always First ...

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

¥ THE SRCHSE nnnEL i 'Communicating With The Community' VOLUMN 10 NO. 4 8ACH3E, TEXAS 630-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY APRIL 1085 9 •'i1. Bronnie Helton Most Outstanding Texas History Teacher & Mr. Bronnie Helton, outstanding 7th grade history teacher and Mrs. Walter G. Hartley, Jr., Chairman History and Education Committee. On Alamo Heroes Day, March 6, 1985, Bronnie Helton, 7th-grade Texas history teacher at DeWitt Perry Junior High School, Carrollton, was awarded the "Most Outstanding Texas History Teacher" Award in the Metro- plex/Metrocrest Area by the James Butler Bonham Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. ^The award was presented before a heeting of the PTA during the school's History Fair, a feature of National Public School Week. Mrs. Walter G. Hartley, Jr., Chairman of the chapter's History and Education Committee, presented Mr. Helton with a framed DRT Certificate of Award. Also presented to Mr. Helton was an enter- taining little book that is no longer in pr...

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

Pag* S SACKSE SENTINEL APRIL , 1988 You're Invited to Attend The Opening of the New Four Season's Car Wash 0 Aft WA«H J Si'- m: WE OFFER FIVE BAYS WITH FOAM BRUSHES; WHITEWALL CLEANER; SOLAR WAX AND DRYING SHED EQUIPPED WITH VACUUMS. WELL LIGHTED AREAS Family Owned and Operated LOCATED: 5544 Brookview Dr. Sachse, Texas (Brookview Center at Highway 78) > BROOKVIF.W CENTER I S3 r~™— 1 MARKETPLACE M * — HIGHWAY 78 — ...... ]

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