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

Chapman's Restaurant HIGHWAY 78 - WYLIE "Serving You is Our Pleasure" Carry Out Orders Welcome FRIDAY SPECIAL All Ihe Catfish _ You C an Fat !pU«25 442-3113 "Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last." Samuel Johnson Come To The Fountain Of Living Waters SALVATION HEALING JESUS I LIVES UNITY OF THE FAITH CHURCH fe 847 W. Miller Rd. / Garland, Texas Sun. 10:00 and 6:00 / Wed. 7:30 axA crfirlngton PASTOR (214) 442-6771 Jltt CO-PASTOR (214)339-3643 SEPTEMBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 10 Worship With Us ■; ' '' V,- . 495-1116 Sachse Assembly of God Church 2709 Third Street - Sachse, Texas Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 Evening 7:00 p.m. Wednesday (Family Night) 7:30 p.m. (Royal Rangers) . . . Boys (Missionettes) . . . Girls (Adult Bible Class) (WELCOME) Jimmie Capehart. . . Pastor 495-1089 DENTAL AWARENESS by Chattel Car f«! i . 1)1 Root Canal Therapy This column is presented in the interest of better dental health. From the of fice of Charles E. Carter...

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

Page 20 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1086 TEN YEARS OF CARING, GARLAND COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Garland Community Hospital (GCH) celebrated a decade of service to the community Monday evening, July 29, 1985. The tenth anniversary festivities held at Oakridge Country Club in Garland included a formal din- ner, a program of speakers and danc- ing. The program included a speech given by Mayor Charles Matthews; GCH Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Nick Nadolsky; GCH Board of Trustee Members, Neil Maslen and Ruth Nicholson; Republic Health Corpora- tion Dallas Region Vice President, Mike Brooks; and GCH Administra- tor, Larry Wedekind. The highlight of the evening was a proclamation given by Mayor Charles Matthews recognizing the week of July 29th as "Garland Community Hospital Week." Mayor Matthews urged citi- zens to pay special tribute to the hospital and also stated, "Garland Community Hospital epitomized the age old philosophy of Hippocrates, 'Where there is a love for mankind, there is a ...

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

SEPTEMBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 21 FISHING REPORT CEDAR CREEK: Water clear, 85 degrees, 16 inches low; black bass slow and spotty; hybrid striper fair; crappie good to 35 fish per string; white bass good to 200 fish per string surfacing early and late; channel catfish good to six pounds; yellow catfish good to 37 pounds. CYPRESS SPRINGS: Water clear, 84 degrees, six inches low; black bass fair to four pounds on topwaters early and late, black and chartreuse worms during day; crappie good to 42 fish per string in 20 feet of water on minnows and Little Fishes; catfish good to three pounds in 12 feet of water on cutbait. FORK. Water clear, 89 degrees, nor- mal level; black bass fair to good to two pounds, mostly 12-14 inches on strawberry metalfiake worms and black/blue laminated ringworms, RatLtraps and Sidewinders; crappie good to two pounds with stringers to 50 fish on minnows and jigs; bream good shallow in fantastic numbers on crickets and redworms; blue catfish good to 12 pou...

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

Pag* 22 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1986 COMMISSION CLOSES 1985 SPECIAL WHITEWING HUNTING SEASON The Texas Parks and Wildlife Com- mission, meeting in Austin Wednesday (July 31) responded to reports of poor white-winged dove production in the Lower Rio Grande Valley by closing the 1965 special whitewing hunting season. The season in the special White- winged Dove Area of the South Zone normally is the first two complete weekends in September. Ron George, dove program leader for the Parks and Wildlife Department, told the commission that whitewing production in the Valley was hurt by two factors during spring and summer 1985. "Nesting habitat in citrus groves was reduced by the freeze during the winter of 1983-84, with most citrus trees severely damaged," said George. "Then nesting was hurt further by heavy rains and high winds during June and July, which destroyed much of this year's production." During a normal year, citrus groves provide about 50 percent of nesting cover, he added. ...

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

SEPTEMBER FOaM3Tq38 1086 jaMlTV*5!? 32H3AS SACHSE SENTINEL C £ o«Q Page 23 City Council Notes AUGUST 5, 1985 Mayor Jim Anderson opened regular council meeting at 7:30 p.m. All coun- cilmembers were present except Gore. Council considered the rental of library space for the Sachse Public Library. Prices on three spaces were presented. Gateway Plaza space was $8.33 per sq. ft., Brookview Center was $6.93 per sq. ft., and Sachse Center |$8.25 per sq. ft. It was agreed to check further on the 1500 sq. ft. space in Sachse Center. Concerning the results on the public hearing on revenue sharing, this year's amount had not been set yet. Last year Sachse received $8,770. Mike Moore, from Moore Indus- trial, explained that there had been a problem on the collection of garbage the first part of July, but hopefully this had been worked out and that service was back to normal now. Mr. Moore also said they had used Garland's land- fill less than 5% of the time last year. City manager Lloyd Hender...

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

Pag* 24 SACH8E SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1086 TACLD Announces 21st Annual State Conference Frances Stinnett, president of the Garland Council of TACLD, a Texas association for children and adults with learning disabilities, announces the 21st Annual State Conference, to be held in Dallas, Texas, at the North Park Inn and Convention Center, October 30 through November 1, 1985. The Garland ACLD Council urges area parents, educators, physicians, psychologists, social workers, law en- forcement personnel, attorneys and the learning disabled themselves to take ad- vantage of the opportunity to attend sessions to improve their understanding and knowledge of the common social and academic needs of the LD popula- tion. An estimated 15 to 20 percent of the school age population are believed to be LD in varying areas and degrees. They require modified methods and materials in order to learn and by-pass their deficits. Over one hundred fifty presenters will address issues including early iden- tifica...

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

SEPTEMBER 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL P«9« 29 AWARDING "PRECIPES PEANUTS — A SOUTHERN TRADITION cFromcIhe Betty Crocker Kitchens \ Apple Dessert is Easy, Elegant and Economical to the Core A dessert that may well be the apple of your eye is this quick, crunchy apple crisp. It's also peachy made with sliced peaches. The recipe is featured in Betty Crocker's Baking Classics cookbook, consisting of the best Gold Medal flour recipes of 100 years. It's published by Random House and sells for $7.95 in book and department stores. A* *2 i :: A crisp topping over soft apples plus smooth ice cream makes for a dessert that's really tops. APPLE CRISP 1 cups sliced pared baking apples (about 4 medium) 2/3 to 3/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup Gold Medal all-purpose flour"" 1/2 cup regular oats 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 3 cup margarine or butter, softened Heat oven to 375°. Grease baking pan, 8x8x2 inches. Arrange apples in pan. Mix remaining ingredients with fork; sprink...

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

Page 26 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1985 mi irirr- m ||"i "imi—mi "Year Around 107 S. Ballard ■ Wylie ACROSS FROM POLICE/FIRE STATION "Tanning Bed Elaine Gore receives congratulations and an appreciation plaque from Mayor Jim Anderson. Mrs. Gore resigned from her position on the council last month. Complete Automotive Services 276-5918 276-9362 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING and AIR CONDITIONING ALSO ALTERNATOR & GENERATOR REPAIR ALSO (Member Texas Bank Charge-It Service) JIM RANES - OLYN PRESS (In Business Over 20 Years) J & O GARAGE 235 LA VON DR. GARLAND '"I * ♦ 442-6729 SWIMWEAR-- 15% Off SUMMER WEAR -- 10% Off SPORTSWEAR Also Carrying Large Sizes GREAT SPA SALES PORTABLE & INGROUND $ 6.00 - 30 min. session $50.00 - (10) 30 min. sessions pool/Spa Supplies and Maintenance POOL CLEANING - $60.00 mo. HTH $10.50/5 lb. WE INSTALL POOLS QGsb=3E3Q( Trustees Adopt 1985-86 Budget, Tax Rate The School Board adopted the budget for the 1985-86 school year. The Maintenance and Operation b...

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

SEPTEMBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL P«9« 27 MOSQUITO FACTS & FANCIES °pp s % . o O Q D o O „ o To GIFTS - ACCESSORIES Gift Wrap Greeting Cards Costume Jewelry Novelties GREEN PLANTS Hanging Baskets - Tropicals 20% Off On AH Straw Baskets 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 530-1100 How many mosquitos can fit into a cubic foot? Between 1,000 and 2,000, report medi- cal scientists working on ef- fective ways to control them. Here are some surprising facts about mosquitos and how we control this insect pest. A male mosquito lives only about a week. A female mos- quito can live up to two months and produce three to four batches of 100 to 200 fer- tile eggs each. Only the female bites and it's strictly to get the blood protein it needs to produce eggs. While the palm of the hand may seem the most wide- spread form of mosquito con- trol, other methods such as kerosene, an insect "death ray" using high frequency "radio waves," ditch-digging, DDT and other "hard" chem- icals, and even biolog...

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

I I'- ll a 11,11':fif &* ** * SACHSE SENTINEL Page 28 SEPTEMBER 1986 MARY JANE'S SERVICES LIONS Income Tax Counseling and Preparation Tax Planning NOTARY Property Management Public Stenographer (typing) Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) MONTHLY MEETINGS DATE PLACE TIME: 2nd and 4th Thursday Sachse Christian Church 7:00 P.M. 442-2974 Wylie, Texas f * J. W. Bellows Wrecking Rowlett Florist & Gifts CROSSMAN NEED HOMES ON ACREAGE Insurance Agency Early & Late Model Car, Truck & Van Parts Odie Hall Realtors All Forms of Insurance SINCE 1890 BUY - SELL - TRADE OR JUST CHAT 276-9568 Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Funeral Designs Green Plants Gifts WE DEAL IN COUNTRY PROPERTY 1/2 Ml 1,1 EAST HWY ON HYV\ 114 East Side of Square Garland, TX METRO PHONT 276-0058 Bf AUOfl" A Pigeon Is Different Wire Service We Deliver The pigeon has one oddity which sets it apart from the rest of its "feathered friends." The odd thing is that it doesn't drink water ...

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

SEPTEMBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 29 (city council) underground utilities. City Manager will study and prepare an ordinance to be on the Sept. 9 agenda. Mayor Anderson discussed a long range program for street repairing, sug- gesting the city get bids on a truck, backhoe and a roller and for the city to do their own repairs. Adjourned 10:22 p.m. AUGUST 19, 1985 Regular council meeting was opened at 7:30 p.m. Mayor Anderson and all councilmembers were present. Mr. Henderson, City Manager, presented the council with a Blue Cross/Blue Shield Insurance Plan for city employees. He explained this plan could be a savings to the city. The city's present insurance plan is with TLMA. The city pays for the employee's in- surance only with the employee having the option to pay for his family on both plans. Council approved the change. Rosanne Burgess, librarian, explain- ed the proposal for leasing space in Brookview Center over the other pro- posal that was discussed. Cost would be $650 per ...

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

P«9« 30 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1985 RESIDENTS REMINDED OF ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE It has come to the attention of Animal Control that most of this city's animal owners apparently do not know about the animal control ordinance of this city. The three main problems of animal control are: dogs at large, no rabies tag or city registration tag. Con- cerning these problems ordinance No. 275 states: Sec. 3-1(9). Running at large shall mean not completely confined by a building, wall or fence of sufficient strength or construction to restrain the animal, except when such animal is either on a leash, or held in the hands of the owner or keeper, or under direct supervision of the owner within the limits of the owner's private property. Sec. 3-3.(A). It shall be unlawful for any dog or other animal possessed kept or harbored, other than a cat, to run at large, as is defined in section 3-1(9) of this chapter. Sec. 3-4. Animal Registration. (A) Vaccination of dogs and cats required; Metal an...

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

SEPTEMBER n ' n m -1 i 1085 !MTVil? ;?•? M 3 SACHSE SENTINEL £ 5 ;J I. r> Page 31 Governor Offers Game Plan To Help Students Learn By Governor Mark White AUSTIN —When school doors open in September, Texas educators will come prepared with a game plan for groom- ing schoolchildren for success in the classroom as well as on the playing field. Texas corporations and Texas celeb- rities like football star "Mean" Joe Greene are joining Texas teachers and coaches to promote academic excellence in our public schools. Fina Oil and Chemical Company will award a $1,000 college scholarship to II Texas high school athletes who combine football prowess with outstanding school- work. Winners will be named to the first annual Fina Texas Academic All-State Football Team. One of the 11 — judged by a Blue Rib- bon Panel to best combine football skills with academic achievement, leadership qualities and participation in other school and community activities-will be named the Fina Academic All-State...

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

lp Pag* 32 SACHSE SENTINEL SEPTEMBER 1086 CLASSIFIED HOUND DOG CLEANING CABLE TV SALES: EARN UP SERVICE. Karen Kirker TO $500 WEEKLY. Communica- - 475-8376 tions Services, Inc. is now hiring sales representatives to fill 25 posi- ALTERATIONS: Men, women & tions. QUALIFICATIONS: No children. Hems, zippers, designer experience necessary, good verbal jeans a speciality. Scout & school skills, self starter, valid driver's patches. Same day or next day ser- license and vehicle. WE OFFER: vice. Betty - 495-1176. Full and part-time positions, free sales training clinic, career oppor- TRACTOR WORK: Reasonable, lanities. CALL: CSI's 24 hour hoi free estima.es. Lots/acreage. Com- '<"«• 542"0178 «" 24*""70 from mercial/residential. Yard leveling ,:0° 10 5:00- Ask for RusseU or aP" & yard work. Post holes. No job P1* '■ Person al Communications too small. 495-1297 or 495-2gl9. Services. 121 N. Greenville Ave. al Main Street, Allen, Texas. TRACTOR MOWING: Large or FOR SALE: King s...

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

THE SHCHSE SEflTinEI "Communicating With The Community' VOLUMN 10 NO. 10 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY OCTOBER 1986 Donation Given To Boy Scouts Troop 12 Voters To Select Charter Committee Sean Langton and David Burgess of Sachse Scout Troop 12 are shown presenting Steve Fleming of Steve's Corner Pocket Sandwich Shop a certificate of appreciation for his gift to the troop to kick off their fund raising campaign to help acquire uniforms and equipment for the troop. Scott Dillard, the Scout Master, travels each Tuesday evening to Sachse from his home in Addison to lead our troop. He has recog- nized a need as our community rapidly grows and is meeting the challenge with his guidance of our youth. The troop is expanding with the city's recent growth, and the troop could use more assistants to help on Tuesday evening. David Burgess, Sr., has recently moved back to Sachse and is assisting Mr. Dillard with the troop's functions. One of Mr. Burgess's opportunities will be to rai...

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

I Pat* t SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER m m. ..... 1086 THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS A ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher & Editor Joe J. A Pa: Stone Ail} erroneous reflection; upor the standing cnaraaer. or rmutatior o*" an> person. firm. or corporation which ma> annsa- in the column; o'' The Sacnsc Senune will gladh he corrected i1 brougn: to the attenuor, of the editor Signed article? hereir, express the views of the authors, which art no: necessarily those of the editors Distributee tree to al. homes in Sacnse the firs: week o? each month DEADLINES FOR THE ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SESTTNEL NEX"1 City Council Notes 20th of Each Month *Ar intelligent mar neve* snubs anybody" Vauvenargues SEPTEMBER 9, 1985 Mayor Pro-Tern Henry Luman opened the regular meeting of the city council at 9:33 p.m. Al! council- members were present. Mayor Jim Anderson was absent. Council meeting was opened late because prior to the meeting a pubiic hearing ...

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

OCTOBER 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 3 m FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE .?>• At; / li ' 4M /'■ v Come Grow With Us.... the personal bank DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday FDIG PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPACT 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3 ()0 Monday-Thursday / 9:00 *:00 Friday (=r -AV1® lenoeo

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

!•; OCTOBER 1986 $ '.. r«j *.p;.vva.Kfrjgppgpp .'' •■■> ■ SACHSE SENTINEL Page 4 COMMUNITY CALENDAR Meeting Dates Time & Place CITY COUNCIL - Meets the first and third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. 495-1212. FIRE DEPARTMENT - Meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the fire station, 6232 Hwy. 78. 495-1133. PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION - Meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. PARK BOARD - Meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. SACHSE LIONS CLUB - Meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at C&M Restaurant, Hwy. 78 & Sachse Rd. SACHSE BOOSTER CLUB - Meets the third Sunday after- noon at 2:00 p.m. at City Hall. SACHSE LADIES AUXILIARY - Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall. SACHSE BOY SCOUTS - Troop 12 meets each Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. at the Sachse Chris- tian Church. 530-6635. SUNNY SACHSE HOMEMAKERS CLU...

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

OCTOBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page Report to the Citizens from Larry Holden $) Dear Citizens: When 1 ran for City Council in April, 1 promised to keep the residents of Sachse informed about happenings in and around the city through a series of reports published every six months in the Sachse Sentinel. This is the first of those reports: Since the April election, there have been a number of events and changes relating directly to the operation of the city. Six of those events will pro- bably have the most significant impact on the day-to-day lives of the citizens of Sachse in the near future. They are: • Addition of City Manager • Home Rule Possibility • City's '85-'86 Budget • Tax Increase • Water Rate Increase • Garland's Proposed Landfill No doubt other events that have happened within the framework of the city during the last six months will also touch our lives, but these six seem to have the greatest potential to make iheir mark. • Addition of City Manager - When the Council dec...

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

* - ■ •jl.. , s,: wva«?V• Page • SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBEfi 1986 Weekly Market Report by A. G. Edtmrds & Sons, Inc. Tuesday, 11:00 EDT September 24,1985 09/24 11:05 a.m. "Sorry, No Bread Crumbs lo Follow" Dorothy had the yellow brick road to follow and John Wayne never had a doubt in his mind about what was the right thing to do. Yes, in movies and other forms of fantasy the path to glory or gold is quite clear and getting there only requires overcoming some of the "bad guys" hurdles along the way. It works in the movies but in the street of wall the truth is shrouded by a thick fog and the competition is intense. This past week provided yet another clear example of why even a tunnel vision hero like John Wayne would have found making money in the stock market even tougher than facing down Lucky Ned Pepper and his villainous friends. One side of the ledger is, in our opi- nion, easy to read - - - the market acts like it has a terminal disease. Despite a deep oversold condition and...

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