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

APRIL 1085 SACH8E SENTINEL P«9* St COCONUT CLASSICS Serving pearly white coconut seems especially fit- ting during winter. Big chewy flakes make a snowy garnish for cakes and candies. Chop- ped coconut adds a touch of the tropics to winter salads and sauces. If you've always shied away from coconut as a hard nut to crack, try these simple sug- gestions. Homemade candy is a win- ner at any time of the year. For a fast and fabulous treat, start with a tub of creamy chocolate frosting. These could be the best rum balls youll ever make. For certain, they will be the easiest. Create a chocolate coconut swirl in a classic bundt cake. The recipe is right here. COCONUT-RUM BALLS 2 cups graham cracker crumbs 1/2 cup flaked or shredded coconut 1/2 cup chopped nuts 1 tub Betty Crocker Creamy Deluxe choco- late ready-to-spread frosting 1 tablespoon light rum or 1/2 teaspoon rum flavoring Flaked or shredded coconut Mix graham cracker crumbs, 1/2 cup coconut, the nuts, frosting and rum in medium ...

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

APRIL 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL I A | I CD E o o c Tax Tips by Bill Wood, CPA 272-MC7 REconmzriNG mis RELAXED The new recordkeeping rules for the business use of vehicles have been relaxed somewhat by the IRS. Periods of uninterrupted business use can now be recorded as a single entry in a log or diary. For example, a repairman who leaves the shop in the morning and calls on a dozen customers one after the other, need only make a single entry for the series of calls. There will also be four special excep- tions to the requirement for "adequate contemporaneous records." (1) Fanner? (those who earn or more of their gross Income from farm- ing) need not keep strict usage records on certain vehicles such as pickups and trucks. They may instead either (a) keep records of personal use of the vehicle or (b) keep no records and treat 80% of the vehicle's use as business and 20% as personal. This exception does net apply to cars used by farmers. (2) Records do not need to be kept on a vehicle use...

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

\"'r. APRIL ■V*v 1085 • v *r* r 4 V*/ 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* Sf Spring Activities LINE UP FOR 1985 SPRING ACTIVITIES AT THE SACHSE PUBLIC LIBRARY APRIL — "Today I Went to the Library" Thursday, April 11, 18, 25 . . . 9:30 - 10:15 A.M. No reservation required . . FREE "Candlewkking" Thursday, April 18 . . . 7:00 • 9:00 Reservations close Friday, March 22 . . . $10.00 We are indeed lucky to have Jolene Mullins with us to teach a series of today's most popular stitchery techniques. Jolene, a professional artist, has extensive ex- perience in fine arts and crafts. Candlewicking - the current "in" needlecraft - is a beautiful technique of developing a design with Colonial Knots on a cotton muslin background. Jolene has selected a project that can be completed during the class time. Cost of class includes all supplies. "Learn Your Best Colors in Clothes and Makeup" Saturday, April 27 ... 9:00 - 12:00 A.M. Reservations close Wednesday, April 24 . . . $25.00 Teens take notice! The very finest...

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

- rr* - * v* Pag* 2• SACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1085 CLASSIFIED Part time dry cleaning counter help wanted for Sachse Cleaners. Call 475-1815. Need well experienced female to help clean new construction homes. Call Anne 495-1373. .... 4 FOUND: Black and white rabbit. Needed responsible Christian teen- ^ ager to babysit in my home from 6:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. this sum- mer. $60.00/wk. Call 495-9196 for FOR SALE: New Remington 20 interview. ga. shotgun, model 1100LT, vinted rib. $300.00. CALL Mr. Jones 442-7001, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. HOUND DOG CLEANING SERVICE. Karen Kirker FOR SALE: 5 H.P. Wizard rid- - 475-8376 'ng lflwn mower, less than one yr. old. $450.00. Call 442-7001, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Mr. Jones TRACTOR MOWING: Reason- able, free estimates. Lots & acreage. Commercial & residential, ^ SALE: King size waveless and yard work. 495-1297 or waterbed< 8 mo- old> upholstered 495-2819. sides, heater, liner, 5 year supply chemicals. Asking $250. Make offer. 530-7337. TYPING for Wylie...

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

APRIL 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 17 I ■ if* k li t t \ i l ! I Kf m A Drug Hwy. 78, Sachse, Texas Phone #530-1368 SAVCO Drug GENERIC DRUGS CAN GENERIC DRUGS BENEFIT YOU? That is why we carry a large supply of GENERIC DRUGS as well as BRAND NAME medication. WHAT IS A GENERIC DRUG? a generic drug is chemically the same as the brand name DOES A GENERIC DRUG ACT THE SAME? Yes, SAVCO DRUG stocks only the highest quality generics that pass the standards set by the Federal Drug Administration „ DISCOUNT SAVCO DRUG Located next to The Market Place Sachse, Texas ARE THERE COST SAVINGS WITH GENERIC DRUGS? STORE HOURS Mon. - Fri. 9:00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M YES! at SAVCO DRUG you can save 25% - 50% or more RONNIE LEE: Pharmacist JAY LOAR: Pharmacist WE HAVE LOW PRESCRIPTION PRICES! FAST ACCURATE SERVICE - CONVENIENT LOCATION

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

—~r Pag* st SACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1985 PROGRESS ! j i | \. by Laurie Schwenk Sachse is growing rapidly with a population of 3,600 citizens. Many new residents with young children are enjoying their new homes in our community. We welcome them and hope they are blessed with happiness and good fortune. Progress in education has occur- red with the recent construction of the Earl Luna Elementary School off Murphy Road. And the school district has purchased and an- nounced another site on Sachse Road. A growing community is chal- lenged with upgrading all of its facilities to accommodate and enrich the lives of its residents. The present 400 square foot library is literally "bursting at the seams"! We haven't sufficient space to utilize the programs available for all ages of the citizenry. A library can be the most impor- tant building in a city with pro- viding educational programs, entertainment, and research for in- quiring minds. It is an investment in the future as it builds charact...

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

"Communicating With The Community VOLUMN 10 NO. 5 S ACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY MAY 19 8 5 Chamber Picks Winners Of Logo And Slogan Contest Winners of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce slogan and logo contest were announced at last month's board meeting. The contest was open to all area residents. Karla Cooper's entry was voted to be the Chamber's logo and the winning slogan was turned in by Max Scheid. Sachse Chamber of Commerce was formed in 1984 and membership is available to people and businesses. They are available by calling Ann Johnson at 530-7941. I Karla Cooper (right) accepts a $100.00 Savings Bond from John Cooper, secretary of Sachse Chamber of Commerce. Karla's entry in the Chamber's logo contest won. Max Scheid (left) receives a $100.00 Savings Bond from Chamber of Commerce member, Gary Overby, for his prize winning slogan that he entered in the Chamber's contest. SACHSE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LOGO achse SACHSE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SLOGAN r.iTY With A lwyJ^c SAf.H...

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

Pag* 2 SACHSE SENTINEL MAY 196 6 THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachs*. Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1V76 Publisher & Eduof Joe J 6c fa! Stone An.- erroneous reflections upof ttit standing criaratier, or lepuiatior o* an- pernor firn or corporation *hich rna> appca' <r; the toiiifiiri* of The Sachse Sentinel wil gladly be corrected if oroug/i iO the attention o' the efluor Signec article herein exprcv trie view o' trie author; .vhicl are no' necessarily those o' tne editor1. Distributed tree to a! homes in bachse the first ^eel' of each monti DbADLlNES FOR 7 Hi ISSUf Of T HI iAC HSh SENTINEL Council Notes PUBLIC HEARING MEETING APRIL 1, 1985 A public neanng was heie a! 7:00 p.m. to near the public's opinion or. the issuing of a specia use permr to Moore industrial for a iandfill to be located off Ranch anc DeWm koaa. being i 145 acre irac of land in the City of Sacnse Mike Moore of Moore indusina spoke for the company, statin* tna! Sac...

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

MAY i9ie SACHSE SENTINEL Pa«« I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE We are proud of our community, our businesses, and our bank National Hank of'Saehse. the First A bank plays a very important role in the development of any community and, most especially so, in the case of a newly developing community such as ours. It is through the financial services of a bank that homes are built, businesses financed, and the personal financial needs of the com- munity's citizens met. VVV ivere very excited when the First National Hank of'Saehse opened as an independent bank, dedicated only to meeting the financial needs of our community. As account holders at the First National Hank of Sac hue, we have found the friendly, personal fi- nancial services and support to meet both our personal financial needs and the financial needs of our businesses. Delker Mfg. Inc. John G. Robertson 495-8797 Campbell's Cabinet Shop Bill Campbell 495-9142 We are proud to have John, Gary, and Bill as account holders at Fir...

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

Pag« 4 SACHSE 8€*T1NEL MAV> IMtu ——"—i Friends of Library Hold Meeting CELEBRATE g Graduation Day Mother's Day With Us 15% OFF ANY PURCHASE With This Coupon (SALE ITEMS NOT INCLUDED) Expires: 5/31/85 Wylie Book Store "A Book Store And More" DOWNTOWN WYLIE 116 N.Ballard-Wylie 442-2965 In the deep unwritten wisdom of life there are many things to be learned that cannot be taught. We never know them by hearing them spoken, but we grow into them by experience and recognize them through understanding. Understanding is a great ex- perience in itself, but it does not come through instruction. An organizational meeting of the Friends of the Library was held on April 11, 1985 in the home of Merl and Laurie Schwenk, 4910 Getha Lane. Fourteen citizens attended this first meeting, including Joe Stone, founder of the Sachse Library, and his wife, Pat. Architect Brian Rex, involved in designing many Sachse homes, was also present. Sally Koch, librarian, reviewed the history of the library and ...

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

M AY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page Troop 12 Plan Fund-Raiser •) Sachse's Boy Scout Troop 12 has undertaken a major project for 1985: a fund-raiser to help the Sachse Parks and Recreation Board collect enough money to completely light both ball parks. "The boys voted to tackle the pro- ject at their April 23 meeting. They're really excited about contributing to something that will last. They say by helping to raise the needed funds every time they look up at the lights they'll know they did something important," stated Scott Dillard, troop scoutmaster. To raise the money, troop members are considering a number of profitable events, such as a car wash. But the primary fund raising effort will be the selling of bite-size Baby Ruth Nuggets and Butterfinger Chips, according to Assistant Scoutmaster Eldon Gordon. The boys are also considering selling special chocolate bars embossed with the Statue of Liberty, he added. "Our goal is to give $7,600 to the Park Board to complete the lighting of ...

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

Pa«* « •ACHSE SENTINEL MAY 1086 1 Sachse Homemakers Nominate 1985-86 Officers At the April meeting of the Sachse Homemakers nominations for new of- ficers for the 1985-86 year were presented by the chairman of the nominating committee, Mary Ann Barnett. New officers will be: Pres. - Rita Puckett, V/Pres. - Cassie Goudeau, Sec. - Joy Chastain, Treas. - Linda Eubanks, Reporter - Ann Johnson, Telephone - Cheryl Rowland, Council Del. - Pam Baker, Scrapbook - Opal Raney, Rec. Leader - Mary Ann Barnett, Membership - Bonnie Long- acre, and Sunshine Aulene White. These new officers will be installed at the regular meeting of the Sachse Homemakers on May 8, and begin ser- ving in September 1985 Pam Baker presented the program. "Time Management" On May 24. club members met a; City Hall and went >n • field trip to f Pictured (left to right): Laurie Schwenk. Ruth 1 ranklin. Lula Rasure, Eloise Bailey, C laire Zeit. Lovie Wvatt, imogene Herr. C ieo Hutson and Fdith Bailey. These iadie> fro...

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

5 ate f V" A '■* MAY 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 7 Water Fatalities Fell In 1984 Water-related fatalities decreased during 1984 in Texas, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The 424 drownings and water-related deaths represented a 26 percent decrease from l V33 when 572 were recorded. Boating deaths were down to 74, a lecrease of 30 percent from 1983, when there were 105 boating related deaths. Swimming accounted for I2l deaths; fishing, 63; wading, 21 and falls were responsible for 77 deaths. Officials said several factors may have contributed to the overall decline in boating fatalities in 1984. An exten- sive information and education cam- paign against drinking alcohol while boating received wide attention from the media. Drought caused low lake levels, especially in the western half of the state. This could have reduced the number of people swimming and using their boats on some reservoirs. The freeze which killed large num- bers of saltwater fish in early 1984 ...

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

MM • SAC I MAY 1985 ■* l CLASSIFIED HOUND DOG CLEANING SERVICE. Karen Kirker • 475-8376 HELP WANTED: The Sachse Public Library is now accepting applications for the position of li- brarian. While previous library ex- perience is not required, applicants TRACTOR MOWING: Reason- should have some college educa- able, free estimates. Lots & «on, possess good organiiatlonal acreage. Commercial & residential, skills and enjoy working with the and yard work. 495-1297 or public. For further information or 495-2819. t0 make application, call the library at 530-8966. ALTERATIONS: Men, women & children. Hems, zippers, desigper Need responsible person to baby sit jeans a speciality. Scout & school In my home or yours. 5:30 a.m. to patches. Same day or next day ser> 3:00 p.m. Must be able to sit on vice. Betty - 495-1176. week ends. Salary negotiable. 530-3746. SWIMMING LESSONS - 8 ses- sions / $30.00. Guaranteed, small for SALE: Twin bed, including classes, 4 YOA. 475-2022 af...

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

1 t I ? V MAY 1IM SACHSK SENTINEL Nil | NEW ARRIVAL8 ANNOUNCEMENTS GEOFFREY LYLE GOODWIN James and Leslie Goodwin of Sachse are happy to announce (he birth of their son, Geoffrey Lyle Goodwin. Arriving at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas at 5:00 p.m. on March S, 1985, he weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was l9Vi inches long. Welcoming his brother home was 3-year-old James. Proud grandparents are James and Linda Goodwin of Tyler and Charles and Brenda McClanahan of Colleyvllle. ANASTASIA STEPHANNE FAWCETT Glenn and Tracy Fawcett, for- merly of Sachse, now living in Jacksonville, Florida, are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Anastasia Stephanne Fawcett. Arriving on March 26, 1985 at NAS Jacksonville Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida she weighed 6 pounds and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Jack and Marolyn Fawcett of Garland and Floye Bailey of Sachse. NICOLE MARIE BOLIVER Happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Nicole Marie Boliver, are her parents, Don an...

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

Page 10 SACHSE SENTINEL MAY 1986 J < u z < z u* PLANNING by Bill Wood, CPA 272-8567 PROFIT VS CASH FLOW "I can't have made thai much profit. If I did, where's the money?" Many business people have asked their accountant this question. How can one have profit but no cash left? Easy. Take this example: Early in 1984 Charlie started a backhoe service. His father signed a $60,000 note for Charlie's two pieces of equipment, a backhoe and a dump truck. It was a good year for Charlie. Not only did he get into business without spending one penny of his own cash, but his wife taught school and they lived off her salary. At the end of the year Charlie's accountant informed him that he had netted $60,000. Charlie's reply was predictable, "I can't have made that much profit. We lived off my wife's salary. I didn't draw a dime." When his accountant informed him that the bank note was fully paid and that the free and clear assets constituted profits, Charlie was aghast. Charlie is now faced...

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

' 3 y. 5 r * .1 ■? H f? H 0 A ? ^ * f* •> ^ MAY 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 1 i If you want to save energy, you need to take control. Over the years, the electric company has helped y°u conserve energy in lots of ways. % We've helped with tips on things you could do yourself — all the way from caulking and weatherstripping, to installing just the right amount of insulation for your home. Now you can take even more control. The electric company has information that shows you the cost of operating your electric appliances. And knowing what electricity costs makes it easy for you to decide how much to use. There are also tips on ,,,, many other ways to use energy' wisely, " like maintaining the most economical setting for your thermostat And remember, when it comes time to replace your old air conditioner, one of the best ways to control "the amount of electricity you use, and still stay cool and comfortable, is to replace it with one thafe more energ/ efficient. Your electric company...

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

Pag* 1S SACHSE SENTINEL MAY 1985 SCENES FROM THE LADIES PER AND AUCTION ON AUXILIARY SANDWICH SUP- APRIL 16. JtL&iMI i Plenty of food i Allen Funeral Home and Ambulance Service I>et Us Help Vou Arrange Your Pre-Need Funeral WE HONOR ALL INSURANCE Medicare and Medicaid Approved 24 Hour Dispatch Direct Communication with Hospitals Geo Hutson - Eloise Bailey - Opelia Bates The Auctioneer 442-2234 123 N. Ballard - Wylie 14 HOUR DISPATCH Wilder's \ Automotive & Repairs * CERTIFIED MECHANIC * MAJOR & MINOR REPAIRS * STARTERS * ALTERNATORS * Don't hit her Chief — ►v/ V '-'tyv vv,; myjAAk * STATE INSPECTION * ELECTRIC SERVICE * WRECKER SERVICE * LUBE OIL & FILTER * BRAKES * TUNE-UP * AMERICAN & FOREIGN * CARS & TRUCKS * ENGINE ANALYSIS 442-2402 100 N. BIRMINGHAM at OAK WYLIE, TEXAS MwMirjrwjrM***********.*****

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

MAY 1985 SACH8E SENTINEL !>•«• 1 s E, © Savor The Flavor Of Charcoal Grilled Meats America's passion for bar- becuing is stronger than ever, according to a survey from the Barbecue Industry Associa- tion. Today, more and more cooks are expanding their barbecue menus by preparing complete meals—from appe- tizers and entrees to vegeta- bles and dessert—over siz- zling charcoal, with marvel- ous results A barbecue grill is as ver- satile as the kitchen stove or oven. Whether quickly seared, steamed, roasted, slowly smoked or skewered, grilled foods have that special char- coal flavor that just can't be duplicated in the kitchen With a little barbecue know- how, you can grill all your fa- vorite recipes to juicy perfec- tion—without the muss and fuss of pots and pans in the kitchen. Although burgers, hot dogs and chicken pieces are some of the most popular foods for barbecuing, larger cuts of meat—such as whole chicken, fresh ham, beef roast and leg of lamb—are also flavorful grill m...

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

PiM 1 4 j H T f, 3" ? ;* 4 '■ SACHSE SENTINEL MAY Come in today and get your new credit card for UI€Aft-DAT€D' CAIIPCT CREDIT CARD FOR WEAR ^ DATED /ffia J CARPET fll4b 424 4211 4244 JOHN <2 PUBLIC • Simple application right in store. • Immediate credit available. Don't put off that new carpet. Now you can get the finest Wear-Dated11 carpet right when you need it. All the popular styles and colors... warranteed for Ave full years. Remember, your Wear-Dated carpet credit is good at ws nm W/&m I m L 495-7249 6206 Hwy. 78 Sachs* 1916 CITIZEN CITIZENS SURVEY This is a community survey, organized and conducted by the Citizens for a Progressive Sachse. The survey questions, based on the input of citizens from all areas of Sachse, highlight several important areas that affect our daily lives. The results of this survey will be published in a future issue of the Sachse Sentinel and will be available to the public at any time. It is the genuine hope of the Citizens for a Pro- gressive...

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