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

> T f* V OCTOBER 1085 ,. i t*\' \ • s ■ ^ 5-, i -jH r, i% SACHSE SENTINEL «• 3 Pag« 7 ^332222^; T Hours: Mori. - Sat. 11:00 - T $ 1' ^ • T Orders To Go: 530-6901 Sachse's Finest Sandwich Shop 5618 S. Hivy 78 Sandwich Menu CoTTlho (any 3 meats) 3.10 Ham 2.95 Roast Beef 2.95 Tur\ey 2.95 Pastrami 2.95 Corned Beef 2.95 Salami 2.95 Chicken or Tuna Salad 2.95 "MAC" (mushrooms, avocados, cheese) . . . 2.95 "Vegee Melt" (vegees, cheese, sprouts) . . . 2.95 "Taco Poc\et" (spicey beef, cheese, sour cream, olives) .... 2.95 "Reuben" 2.95 "Melted Cheese" 2.70 Desserts Ba\lava (traditional or apple) 75 Cheese Ca\e (chocolate chip, J^ew York) 1.25 m. BUY ONE SANDWICH GET 1 FFF^ Limit One Sandwich pei coupon Ol'l'cr Expires Oct. 15, 1()N5 I I Salads House Salad 3.10 Taco Salad 3.10 Dinner Salad 1.25 w/Sandwich 1.00 Drinks £arge Drinks . .50 .94 Sandwiches Include choice of cheese — swiss, American, cheddar, provolone, mozzarella choice of dressing — mayo, mustard, spicey mustard, creamy italian...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 October 1985

' — * "v y,4 l.v*. ■ jt ^ r_j « 8® • SACMSE SEKTIKEL OCTOBER 1986 Governor Unveils Plans To Restore Texas Capitol B> Governor Mark White AUSTIN - Or :ne eve o; Tevas 150ir annive'sarv, of independence. we have ar evening opportun::> io t>eg:r. a major Capno -esioraition etfor: A.s ou: SesouicemenniaJ tegacy Ltnoa Gale anc 1 ^an' to "dke a leadership roie :r raivng funds to -esiore '.he Capno! arc grounds. I: is a goa :hai w :ake rr. uon> o" ool;a*> anc T an> year? to complete be. we believe :r.a: d> *ork- ng togetne* we ~ar see rea n-og-es5 r l^S* and ;r '.he yea's aneac Tne Tevas Parent Teacner 4.ssocia or and :ne schooich iarer o' Te^as oegar cohectng Quarters ,a^: ^eei :o spenc •estormg :ne Goddes< o'' i r e-:> statue atop the sta'e Capuo: I' rs nc >e:'e: ra ne siatue s suf- fering :ne d. effect.- o- 9" years o: ex- posure to wine -am anc :r.-tense heat and coid \ 20-mch crack :> vis. bit r recent photographs taker o-" trie statue anc. unless the ...

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

rv . OCTOBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page ID ************************************************* lie A HOUSE OF LLOYD Hostess $40.00 FREE MERCHANDISE GUARANTEED CALL JUDY 495-4106 Now hiring demonstrators to show toys and iinusnal gift items part-time til Christmas average $7 - $10/hr. FREE $300. Kit No Collecting / No Delivering * * ************************************************* i a ! J s BOOKKEEPING SPECIAI I/1N(« IN SMALL BUSINESSES PERSONAL COMPUTER SET-UPS -r" ; > II l)\ ROW LAM) 530-2514 i SACHSE, rx. A croup of third-graders visited the art museum for the first time. I'here they saw a French 18th tentury drawing room, correct in every detail. Later, the teacher asked the pu- pils what impressed them most about the room. One little girl piped up, "No TV!" Johnny Holley resigned as Sachse's police chief last month. His resignation became effective October I. 1985. Holley was appointed to serve as police chief of Sachse on August 2, 1982. He resigned to accept the position of L...

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

Page 10 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1986 Engagement DURANT - BAUGH Mr. and Mrs. Elvis and Man Durant of Sachse are proud to an- nounce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter. Melody Diana Durant of Sachse. to Mitchell Ray Baugh of Dallas. The groom-to-be's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Don and Cecilia Baugh of Dallas. A November 9, 1985 wedding date at East Grand Baptist Church is planned. Sachse Homemakers Hold First Meeting Of 1985-86 Year Sunny Sachse Homemakers held the first meeting of the 1985-86 year on Wednesday. September 11th. Coffee and cookies were served at 9:00 a.m. with the meeting called to order at 9:30 a.m. by Rjta Puckett. president. Twenty-two members and guests were present. Old and new business was discussed after which Pam Baker gave an infor- mative program about Homemakers Gubs at the national, state, district and local levels. She discussed what these organizations do. etc. The October meeting of Sunny Sachse Homemakers will have Margaret Guy. E...

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

'■*tu OCTOBER 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL Page n Announcements in 11 > |rv of |nu |or- at ')> VACATIONS The summer months were vaca- tion time for many Sachse residents, some we heard about were; Janet and Bill Hughs vaca- tioned in Aruba, LaRue and Roy Whatley went to Jack Tar, Jamaica; the Longacres, J>at, Bon- nie, Judy and Peter visited in Houston; Thelma and Ray Stanton went to Iowa and Arkansas. SORORITY NEWS Zeta Omicron Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha met in the home of Laurie Schwenk for a covered dish dinner on September 9, 1985. Final plans were made for their chapter hosting the Central Texas area Founder's Day Luncheon. Laurie Schwenk is area president. The 25th anniversary of PSI was celebrated September 14, at Crown Pla/a Hotel in Dallas. Sue White wrote and narrated an exciting program with Sachse members helping portrav the theme "Rekin- dle The Spirit." The Sachse sisters all dressed in "old fashion" dresses and bonnets, a buffet dinner was enjoyed in "I)R. Goodbody's...

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

' : T^Wi r r «? Page 12 ja^rr*32 bshdac SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1985 Paw Prints Advice from the American Animal Hospital Association on pet care Q Do pets really need den- tal care? I thought animals could take care of teeth by themselves. A It's no secret that many a pet has gone through lite without a dental check-up. But so. too. have quite a few humans, usually with cavi- ties. gum-disease—or no teeth —as a result. Plaque, over- bite. periodontal disease and chipped teeth are among the dental problems that can harm your pet's health Q I see my dentist ei t~y months Hou often should my cat be examined' A. Once a year, during your pet's annual veterinary check-up All AAHA-ap- proved animal hospitals, for example, offer dental serv ices as well as other veterinary care. If there's any dental work to be done, such as pro- fessional cleaning or plaque removal, your veterinarian will set up a convenient time for the job But relax—with many dogs and cats, an an- nual inspection is all ...

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

• ... z.4 OCTOBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL P«9« 13 Under New Management & FOUNTAIN *1 mmm$ ItilSiM c'-'fe'v «Hp1 ■■#> «•<* ■ ■■■ <■■■■■■■- ■*>■■ -•> .<• • MMSI^PKiSM C & M Restaurant (formerly Kip's Restaurant), located at Highway 78 and Sachse Road, has re-opened under new management. The new owner. Marietta Anognostis is a resident of Rowlett and was with Kloise's in Rockwall before coming to Sachse. The restaurant is currently open every day for breakfast and has split hours in the afternoon. Marietta invites everyone to look for the free coupon that is in her adver- tisement in this month's Sentinel, clip it out, bring it in and get ac- quainted. C & M Restaurant (formerly Kips Restaurant) Hwy. 78 & Sachse Road Sachse, Texas UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 495-4278 With Cheeseburger & Fries FREE Medium Drink Bring Coupon Limit One Per Coupon Offer Expires Oct. 15, 1985 i o<Ae<s \co^e HOURS: Monday thru Friday 6:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p....

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

MSP Page 14 S ftC+IStE-SEWTtfrE-L1 OCTOBtft" vl 2 8 O tOO 1986 DENTAL AWARENESS by Cka\tc s Cat t£\. VV> The Dental Specialties Pits column is presented in the interest of better dental health From the of- fice of Charles E. Carter, [J D S., Sachse. TX. The majority of dental flJseases can be treated by your general or family dentist. Occasionally, however, special problems arise which necessitate that your dentist refer you to practitioners who have received additional education and training. There are eight recognized specialty areas within the field of dentistry . Endodontic — treats oral conditions which are caused by disease or injury to the dental pulp or nerve. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon — treats and surg call> corrects diseases, in- juries. and defects of the mouth and jaws. Orthodontist — corrects malocclusion or misalignment of teeth through the design of corrective appliances (braces). Pedodontist — provides care for children through adolescence and also for per...

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

L i *•.* . v itV OCTOBER 1086 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag« 16 @6ccic/i 'TV&ene (fact <7KuU4ten4' " • Weekly Services: Sundays 9:45 AM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM Sunday School Morning Worship Church Training Evening Worship Wednesdays 7:30 PM Worship Activities For the Family Sunday School for all ages Choirs for Preschool, Children, Youth & Adults Youth P.R.E.P. Adult 'GO TELL' Classes Old-Fashioned Fellowships 'IRST BAPTIST CHURCH 2412 Third Street Sachse, Texas 495-1142 . Third St Sachse Road ~ii Whr .-r— ' . V. — i ■ i. ■' Special Monthly Events At Sachse Baptist Church Will Be Listed Here WATCH FOR DATES Library Lines M $ Allen Funeral Home and Ambulance Service Let Us Help You Arrange Your Pre-Need Funeral WE HONOR ALL INSURANCE Medicare and Medicaid Approved 24 Hour Dispatch Direct Communication with Hospitals 442-2234 123N. Ballard-Wylie 24 HOUR DISPATCH □ SACHSE PUBLIC LIBRARY 3033 6th Street (214) 530-8966 by ROSANNF BURGESS Your Librarian As many of you are aware, the lib...

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

1*4...., P«Q« 16 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER igflMMliMwi 1986 W- L , Wedding WOODS - HOOPER First Baptist Church of Sachse was the setting for the September 21st wedding uniting Shelly Rene Woods and Randall Dee Hooper. The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Gary M. Woods Sr. of Sachse. She wore a white satin gown, trimmed in alencon lace and accented with satin roses in the bride's chosen colors. Miss Cathey Brown of Sachse was maid of honor & Missy Woods was her sister's bridesmaid. They wore formal-length gowns in the bride's chosen colors. Traditional Wedding Music was played by Joe Christian. Special music was sung by Cindy Hopkins and Rick & Pam Sandlin. Flower Girl was Miss Emily Hopkins of Wvlie and ringbearer was Sidney Braswell. Parents of the Bridegroom are Ms. Gloria Ward of Garland and Mr. & Mrs. Marvin D. Hooper of Prosper. Best man was Scotty Mathews; groomsman was John McCroan; ushers were Gary Woods Jr. and Randy Gentry all of Garland...

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

OCTOBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pefl« 17 Wedding Community Carnival WHEN: . TIME: .. WHERE: ... Saturday, October 26 . 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. .. Children's Community (5500 Highway 78 at Murphy Rd.) (across from the rest area) EVENTS HANDCRAFTS FOR SAI.E (money will go for the children's Christmas giving) PUPPET SHOWS CONDUCTED BY THE CHILDREN CAKE WALKS GOSPEL SINGING GAME BOOTHS GRAND PRIZE A HELICOPTER RIDE AND A TOUR OF SOUTHFORK RANCH WILL BE DRAWN I OR s Tours of the children's homes and grand opening of the new playground will be conducted The carnival is a fund raising of the children Proceeds will go to benefit children of The Children's Community FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 495-1020 - j C'AKEFOL A man who recently taught his wife to drive is ex- tremely proud of his pupil. He says she has developed a new driving- maneuver—the 0-turn. It's for the kind of women who start a U-turn but change their minds. I GRANT GARB Karla Lee Garb of Farmers Branch and Brian E. Grant of Sachse were...

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

• • ■■ ' ;« f ag« 1t SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1085 Police Report August 18 thru September 18 MONTHLY REPORT A total of 31 arrests were made dur- ing this period. Driving While Intoxicated 02 Traffic Arrest 11 Prisoner Transfer 02 Public Intoxication 04 Warrant Arrest 12 A total of 203 calls were answered or initiated during this period. Abandoned Vehicle 02 Accident 03-Major 05-Minor .Alarm 03 Animal Complaint 10 Assault 01 Back Up 01 Burglary 04 Civil Standy-by 03 Contact Complainant 10 Criminal Mischief 02 Criminal Trespass 02 Deceased Person 01 Deliver Message 08 Disturbances 01-Civil 04-Family 03~Gun 05-Noise 07-Vehicle Extra Patrol 13 Fire Call 01 Gas Leak 02 Harassment 03 Harassing Phone Calls 07 Information 08 Intoxicated Driver 06 Juveniles In Custody 04 Missing Child 03 Miscellaneous 07 Motorist .Assist 05 Open Door 08 Open Window 01 Prowler 02 Pursuit In Progress 01 Reckless Driver 02 Recovered Property 01 Recovered Vehicle 01 Runaway 01 Safety Hazard 02 Stolen Vehicle 01 S...

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

0 s c- r OCTOBER 3 3 Q 0 T 0 0 1985 J3HfTH:32 J '? • 1'j A '• SACHSE SENTINEL Page 1© Bi-Racial Committee For GISD Meets The Bi-Racial Committee for the Garland Independent School District met Tuesday, September 10, 1985, at 7:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Administration Building. The meeting had been called to hear two district patrons address the committee on specific concerns. Mr. Raymond Humphries expressed his disapproval over the meeting being I closed to the community. He added that he believed the community should listen to individuals about their pro- blems. The committee answered that they were anxious to hear input and that the fact that these two persons were present demonstrated the Bi- Racial Committee commitment to hearing district concerns. Ms. Ann Roberson questioned the way that bus transportation is handled. She specifically wanted to know the criteria used to determine which students are transported by bus. Mar- vin Roden, Assistant Superintendent of Administr...

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

'!*&•■* . i .-«• • Page 20 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER- X- ' " ' - ' '. . . ... -r • ■ ' - - • 1985 VA Changing Income Reporting Procedures For Pensioners Approximately 1.5 million Veterans Administration pensioners and reci- pients of parent's Dependency and In- demnity Compensation will receive notices with their September checks in- forming them of changes in VA's in- come reporting procedures. VA Administrator Harry N. Walters said the notice explains the new Eligibility Verification Report which replaces the old Annual Income Ques- tionnaire. Walters pointed out the new system does not relieve pension recipients of their responsibility for reporting in- come changes when they occur. In implementing recommendations made by a task force last year, VA will now cycle income reports throughout the year and will decentralize process- ing to regional offices throughout the country. The agency will also replace punch cards with full page forms since more than income information is re- ...

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

I OCTOBER A 3 i O i J -1 .3 JW1 « t -■ r* ' 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 21 ♦ I L*& GET THE JUMP ON CHRISTMAS upuNjmynovr (25% Down) v* <c\ V'b W'p?inn nr J Ages 3 & up Comes ready for adoption J*1 with its own Bassinet. Blanket and Birth Certificate. SPECIAL . . . $12.50 (Only 2 left) DOLLS BY MATTEL (Sassy) (Pepper) (Coco) Cuddly Stuffed Animals (dogs, cats, bears) SEND YOUR MESSAGE WITH A Miniature CARE BEAR . . . only $4.50 (birth announcement, get well, I love you) Tooth Fairy Pillows - Happy Birthday Pillows From $4.29 MANY OTHER GIFT ITEMS COME SEE c>£a fc£9.r>,<s c>^5 &a> gs-nayc ah, V7' ^ * oc vo AS> . ^ Sachse Shoppe Fine Gifts & Accessories 5624 Highway 78 Sachse (No Lay-A-Way On Christmas Cards or Christmas Wrap) i Urn rva Tw <WB «■

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

: tV£ - V-V Page 22 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1985 Paul Bartholomew was sworn as a couneilmember for the City of Sachse by the City Attorney. MTIT House Painting ffl E rrni ^JESII Exterior / Interior References & Free Estimates Of Course Tony @ 495-5239 Mobile 957-1402 EVENING CALLS ARE WELCOME ►•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Anglers Hauling In Lake Fork Bass The new slot bag limit for largemouth bass at Lake Fork apparently is helping the fishery with- stand tremendous pressure while allow- ing anglers to take home some fish. Biologist Barry Lyons of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said a six-hour creel survey conducted at the lake on Sept. 7 revealed a remarkably high success rate, with the 62 parties interviewed catching and retaining 248 bass while releasing more than 1,100. Anglers at Lake Fork are allowed to retain Five largemouth bass per day, and bass must be shorter than 14 inches or longer than 18 inches to be legal. "This creel survey illustrated how a 14-in...

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

. ... OCTOBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 23 ■ ■ Henry I n man was sworn in 1« serve the remaining term of Mayor when Jim Anderson resigned last month. CD -♦— 03 ■4— CO LLJ 15 0 QC BETTY SNOW Office (214) 442-2242 405 Birmingham • Wylle, Texas 75098 Res. (214) ^<42-31^3 * M * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *★★★★★★★★ ★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Water Rationing Ends Beginning on October 1, 1985, it will no longer be necessary for Sachse resi- dents to observe odd-even water ration- ing. "Since the weather has cooled and the fall season has begun, people are using less water for lawns", stated City Manager Lloyd Henderson. The City established an odd-even policy of water usage on August 1, 1985 because residents were using more water than the City could distribute through its system. House numbers were used to determine which residents used water on odd days and who used water on even days. The average daily consumption for the city is about 500,000 gallons per day. However, during July an...

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

ran ■. <. „■ - ••: • • Page 24 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1986 Students of Kids In Motion are shown practicing their dance routine and twirling. Kids In Motion is a new dance studio for children and adults and is located at 5848 Highway 78 in Sachse Center. The studio opened last month and is owned bv Sachse resident Duan& Yates. Texas Independence Express Commemorative Stock Certificates Offered The Texas Independence Express, Inc., a proposed collection of restored, antique railroad cars to be pulled by the historic Texas & Pacific 610 steam locomotive, is offering a Limited Edi- tion of specially engraved Commem- orative Stock Certificates in appre- ciation of donations from the general public and other contributors. The non-negotiable certificates (no par value), which will become valued collectors' items ir ears to come, were designed and pri ed for The Texas Independence Express by American Bank Note Company of New York. To qualify to receive a Commemora- tive Stock Ce...

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

OCTOBER 1885 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 26 Olsen YOUR FLOWERS ?AND PLANTS Helpful Hints By Merlin Olsen Displaying green plants continues to be one of the most popular ways of decorat- ing our indoor environments, at home and work. FTD Flo- rists say you don't have to have the proverbial "green thumb" to be success- ful with plants, but there are some things to remember. Probably the best advice is to consult your florist before you buy any plant. You can decide on a cer- tain type of plant and let the florist recommend where to display it, or pick a location and ask the florist to suggest the type that will thrive there Either way, check locations at your home or work place in advance so you can answer questions about two factors essential to growing healthy plants—light and tempera- ture You will need to know how intense the light is, the direc- tion it comes from, the light source (natural or artificial) and the light duration — that is, how lpng a plant in a given location will be exp...

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

fit Pag® 26 SACHSE SENTINEL OCTOBER 1986 VA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Q -- Will the VA provide a headstone or marker for a veteran's grave in a private cemetery overseas? A - Yes. Headstones and markers may be shipped overseas for placement at unmarked graves of veterans buried in private cemeteries. Arrangements for delivery will be made by the National Cemetery System through the U.S. Embassy or consulate offices in the country involved. Q -- My home was damaged by a hurricane and I received money from the federal government for disaster relief. Does this count as income for my VA pension? A - No. Monetary assistance follow- ing widespread disaster is not con- sidered income. Q - Does a general discharge from military service qualify me for benefits from the VA? A - Yes. Honorable and general dis- charges qualify veterans for benefits. Q - I am enrolling in a degree pro- gram at an institution which holds registration for the fall term on August 24. Classes begin September 10. I mus...

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