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

NOVEMBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 15 Weekly Market Report by A. G. Edumrds & Sons, Inc. "Keep the Faith, But Be Realistic" Of course we have faith in the future and so do most folks. Why else would- the majority battle the daily problems and frustrations common to all rather than assuming an eat, drink and be merry because tomorrow we die philo- sophy? Those few who do choose the existentialist approach must have some pretty good laughs at the expense of as work a day stiffs. That is, until the trusts created by their work a day parents run out. However, the future Ls a long time and faith can be tested often and it is. To maintain faith in our nation's economy and thus common stocks one has to be realistic and accept the facts for what they are. Question- ing today does not weaken one's faith in tomorrow. It simply helps us avoid unrealistic expectations which can be shattered and which can reduce long term confidence. Well, the government being made up of politicans still has...

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

*••• t« SACKSE SEIT9VEL NOVEMBER IMS Our expert stylists kntru au the La-test metboas in cutting meit's and women's Appointment art no: necessa ry .. fUSt tLolk rt£t>: TK Q 495-3828 5620 HWY. SACHSE HAIRPLACE rft - & jaroCf #V ^ - c-r OPEN. "8 9-rCK' A.M T1XS - SAT. ■ I Stevenson's Lawnmower, Inc. Sales • Service • Parts • Rental On Lawn & Garden Equipment Authorized Sales & Service ,Bal e SNAPPER BRIGGS & STRATTON GREEN MACHINE TECUMSEH •I SACS - DOLMAR Introducing Rental On Mowers. Tillers, Chainsaws Etc. 6404 Highway "8 - Sachse $jt*± tSf snap mr 'rth SNAPPER */scr y c ja-s 495-4264 Br* NES3X5 -sa-va'c's Botanical Museum bouse; 700 -rfe-sized glass f CMwe*-s ar c plants created ewe* e E C>- 'ea* period by glass tKowe-s Leopotc Biaschka «r c t i son Rudolph, of D'fsden, Germany A'AILtlB—E lZ N2 lJLi: jaras: ^irrar wil aseii ar- ns ''losncaas&s ta- acm UK sna a* nana a N-votdt: IHK C ne a-- ncmnrrsnn n rre mtkw "Issl Lirrar Svbhl ta iinart wil o: n 3( vias...

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

NOVEMBER 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 17 Computer historians cite various benchmarks in the evolution of hi-tech systems. Among them: fi $ 1398—A human word pro- cessor, or scribe, named Tre- visa, wrote of "compotystes" used to keep a calendar. In 1646 Sir Thomas Brown spoke of "the calendar of these computers." 1653—Blaise Pascal intro- duced the first automatic cal- culator. 1940—The first computer bug, a dead moth, was discov- ered by Harvard University technicians in the innards of the Mark I Automatic Relay Calculator, creating havoc in the system. Planning A Move Here are a few tips you can take to reduce your moving expenses and make your move easier. • If possible, plan to move between October and April, the "ofT season, when many moving companies charge lower rates. • Save money by dispos- ing of items you no longer need or want. Moving such items will add weight to your shipment and increase the cost of the move. • Save money by doing your own packing, but have fee moving co...

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

Pag* II SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1985 FROM THE PROS CEDAR CREEK: Water slightly murky, 63 degrees, 36 inches low; black bass slow to 3 W pounds on dark metal- flake worms during day; striper good ear- ly in open water on topwaters, buzz baits and trolling Magnum Hellbenders; crap- pie real good to 70 fish per string on min- nows during day; white bass good early and late; catfish fair in channels of creeks. CYPRESS SPRINGS: Water clear, 18 inches low; black bass fair to six pounds on worms and spinners; crappie good on minnows to 20 fish per string; catfish fair on trotline with livebait, shrimp. FORK: Water clear, 74 degrees, nor- mal level; black bass good to eight pounds, many 5s and 6s, a good many in slot between 14-18 inches, many under 14 inches on black blue-tailed worms, grape and plum worms; crappie good with many over 10-inch minimum to strings of 25 fish per day, some to four pounds on minnows; catfish slow. LAKE O THE PINES: Water clear, 71 degrees, six inches low; blac...

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

NOVEMBER 1985 8ACH3E SENTINEL *••• 10 Texas Public Schools Week Set For QISD The Board approved the week of March 3-7, 1986, as Texas Public Schools Week. The theme for this year will be "Celebrate Texas Education." Open House activities will be coordinated with the state-wide observance of the Texas ^squicentennial. Teachers will be ^Eeiving some special curriculum ideas mat may be used during Texas Public School Week. Open Houses are set for elementary schools on Monday, March 3, middle schools on Tliesday, March 4, and high schools on Thursday, March 5. LCHS and NGHS Recognized For Youth Safety Activities The Texas Education Agency notified the School Board that two of its high schools had received certificates of merit for outstanding achievement in conduct- ing youth safety activities during the 1984-85 school year. Lakeview Centen- nial High School and North Garland High School were two of only nineteen schools in the nation to receive this award. The Student Councils at these...

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

PM« SO 8ACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1986 * Corner o o o d We need your medical questions. Please send them to Dr. Denam, care of The Sachse Sentinel. Q. I'm 68, and lately I've noticed that I feel dizzy for a while after meals. Three weeks ago I almost passed out after din- ner. I've had this problem for several months, and it seems to be getting worse. What can I do? A. You are describing a problem that almost all elderly people experience known as "Post-prandial Hypotension". This is a measurable drop in blood pressure after meals. The drop may be severe enough to cause a momentary loss of consciousness (syncope), and can cause serious injury if the person should fall. A recent study from the Harvard Medi- cal School showed that this problem was almost universal in elderly patients, regardless of any underlying illness or medications. The blood pressure begins to drop about thirty minutes after the meal, and may not return to normal for up to two and a half hours. Young per- sons do n...

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

NOVEMBER 1085 SACHSE SENTINEL Pafl« 21 New Select Committee Begins IT Review of Higher Education By Governor Mark White AUSTIN-The newly appointed Se- lect Committee on Higher Education re- rived its charge last week to make long- nge plans for Texas' higher education needs into the 21st Century. TVvo and a half years ago, we came to the troubling realization that our ele- mentary and secondary public school system was in trouble. Texas schools were lagging at the bottom of the national list in students' scholastic performance and the salaries paid teachers. Out of our concern for this problem came a year-long Select Committee study chaired by H. Ross Perot and, ultimately, House Bill 72 —one of the most far-reaching public education re- form packages adopted by any state in the nation. Fortunately, there is no such crisis confronting Texas' higher education to- day. Texans can take justifiable pride in the growing national reputation of its public universities. But higher education...

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

Page 22 SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1985 w GET THE JUMP ON CHRISTMAS $ & Ages 3 & up Comes ready for adoption with its own Bassinet, Blanket and Birth Certificate. SPECIAL . . . $12.50 (Only 2 left) (25% Down), 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 3.^* C>* & i O' cO Sachse Shoppe Fine Gifts & Accessories 5624 Highway 78 Sachse ' /?>>•: - >• v ,

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

NOVEMBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 23 J < V z < z E PLANNING by Bill Wood, CPA 272-8567 c BUSINESS BUY/SELL AGREEMENTS The price paid for a going busi- ness will often exceed the fair market value of the tangible assets. In business jargon, this excess is usually referred to as "blue sky." Under the tax regulations, this ex- cess gets very specific treatment. The blue sky is either goodwill or a covenanl-not-to-compete. The amount of money allocated to goodwill can be treated by the seller as capital gain and, therefore, is af- forded a more favorable tax treat- ment. The buyer, however, cannot deduct goodwill during his owner- ship of the business. The buyer mast treat the goodwill as part of the cost of the business should he ever re-sell it. The dollars allocated to a cove- nant-not-to-compete are favorable to the buyer. The buyer is entitled to write off the allocated dollars over the life of the covenant (in effect, he can depreciate the value of the cove- nant). The sell...

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

Page 24 SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1986 Police Report MONTHLY REPORT September 18 thru October 18 A total of 26 arrests were made dur- ing this period. Disorderly Conduct 01 Traffic Arrest 08 Prisoner Transfer 01 Public Intoxication 02 Warrant Arrest 14 A total of 169 calls were answered or initiated during this period. Abandoned Vehicle 07 Accidents 01—Major 04—Minor Alarm 07 Assault 01 Attempt To Locate 01 Back Up 04 Burglary 05 Civil Stand By 01 Contact Complainant 03 Criminal Mischief 04 Disturbances 03—Civil 04~Disorderly Conduct 03-Family 01--Gun 07—Noise Escort 02 Extra Patrol 05 Fight In Progress 02 Fire Related Calls 05 Harassment 01 Harassing Phone Calls 02 Information 08 Intoxicated Driver 01 Investigation of Burglary 01 Miscellaneous 04 Motorist Ass " 06 Open Door 04 Prowler 03 Recovered Property 02 Runaway 02 Safety Hazard 02 Stolen Vehicle 01 Suspicious .... 02—Circumstances 12~Person 04-Noise 06-Vehicle Theft 09 Traffic Hazard 03 Vandalism 02 Violation of City Ordinance...

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

NOVEMBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag® 25 REGISTER NOW AT 530-9668 or 495-5338 or 235-4532 GYMNASTICS ETC. BEN DAVIS RD. AT LA VON HWY. BEHIND SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH GYMNASTICS AND TRAMPOLINE PROGRAM FOR BOYS . . . CHEERLEADING, GYMNASTICS AND TRAMPOLINE PROGRAM FOR GIRLS . . . TAUGHT BY ADULT ESTABLISHED INSTRUCTOR IN SPACIOUS 6400 SQ. FT. GYM. GYMDERGARTEN PROGRAM FOR 3 to 5 YEAR OLDS INCLUDES PREPARATORY WORK FOR KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE - PHONICS, WORD AND LETTER RECOGNITION, PRINTING NUMBERS, STORY INTERPRETATION, PRINTING LETTERS, SAFETY, HEALTH, CREATIVITY IN HANDWORK, ETC. A SHORT MODELING COURSE AND A SHORT DRAMATICS COURSE PLUS SING- ING WITH HAND MOTIONS. GIRLS AND BOYS GET GYMNASTICS AND TRAMPOLINE IN OUR SPACIOUS 64<M SQ. FT. GYM. GIRLS GET TAP, BALLET AND TWIRLING. BOYS GET RHYTHM TRAIN- ING AND ATHLETIC CO-ORDINATION (DANCE IS OPTIONAL FOR BOYS). q J \0\y Watkins Products Call Cheryl 442-5980 FAMILY DENTAL CARE Sachse Dental Clinic Charles E. Carter, D.D.S. BROOK ...

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

Pag® 29 SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER 1086 COOKING o Many nutritionists claim breakfast is the most impor- tant meal of the day. It's the food that provides an energy- lifting start, whether you're off to school or work. Home- made granola served with milk is an excellent, appetite- pleasing way to provide a nourishing yet easy morning starter. Not only that, Al- mond Honey Granola is a crunchy snack tucked into lunch boxes in a small plastic bag for easy munching. You can even put some in the candy dish for a healthy, sweet treat after school or after dinner Almonds not only add crunch to this breakfast treat, they add important nutrients as well. High in vegetable pro- tein, riboflavin and Vitamin E, they are rich in the essen- tial minerals magnesium, phosphorous and copper—all important elements in get- WHY NOT TRY SOME BUFFET CHILI PIE? E R Boost Energy With Breakfast ting the day off to a vibrant start. Almond Honey Granola 4 cups rolled oats 1-1/2 cups slivered almonds 1 cup wheat...

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

NOVEMBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Page 27 AMERICA'S FAVORITE HOLIDAY PIE Famous Pumpkin Pie is more than good; it's made" perfect. home- Among the most splendid of America's traditions is the holiday table—the focal point of memorable get-togethers. The mouth-watering array of roast turkey with savory dressing, creamy mashed potatoes, colorful vegetables, cider and sparkling wines is certainly a delightful and satisfying feast. Yet, for most, no holiday table is complete without — and no tummy too full for — that classic favorite, Famous Pumpkin Pie. Many people really think the Famous Pumpkin Pie rec- ipe came from mom or grandma. Yet this recipe in popular use from coast to coast came from a special "mom," ubbts. Since its first appearance on the label in 1950, home cooks have known they can bake consistently superior pumpkin pie with "grandma's" homemade taste. The easy recipe gives confi- dence to first-time and experi- enced pie makers alike. Folks everywhere have been follow- ing ...

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

p • 9 • «• 8achse sentinel november • ifhf-'" ibir- ?&&&&'*> 1085 ■ Ronald S. Pilkington, M.D. Physician For Care Of Infants, Children And Adolescents MON., TUES., THURS., FRI. - 9:00 - 6:00 WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY - 9:00 -12:00 801 W. Hwy. 78 - Suite 201 Wylie, Texas OFFICE: 442-3591 442-3592 EMERG.: 442-3110 Rowlett I Florist & Gifts I Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements Hunerai Designs Green Plants Gifts WS4 NEED HOMES ON ACREAGE Wire Service We Deliver 475-2098 8880 main street rowletF «auo«* MLS Agent 495-8172 272-2206 6512 HWY. 78 - SACHSE MARY JANE'S SERVICES Income Tax Counseling and Preparation Tax Planning NOTARY Property Management Public Stenographer (typing) Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Odie Hall Realtors WE DEAL IN COUNTRY PROPERTY CROSSMAN Insurance Agency All Forms of Insurance SINCE 1890 276-9568 114 East Side of Square Garland, TX Wylie, Texas £★*★★★★★★★★★★★*★★★ * J. W. Bellows | { Wrecking « t Early &a...

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

vfef ' .«• . ■ • ■ &■ NOVEMBER 1985 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 20 HEALTHCARE NEWS Although magnetic resonance imaging has been used for chemical determina- tions for various compounds for more than 30 years, only recently has this technique been applied to imaging of the human body. The Federal Drug Admin- istration has recently approved several manufacturers to produce this system for clinical use. Medical City Dallas Hospital p,"'4s purchased an imaging and spec- ^ oscopy unit manufactured by General Electric. The equipment cost for such a unit is in the range of two million dollars. The unit is scheduled to be delivered in October and should be operational dur- ing the month of December. This in- novative imaging device will be tem- porarily located in the parking lot adja- cent to the west entrance of the hospital. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRJ) determines the density of hydrogen atoms within a given part of the body. No radia- tion is associated with the MRI. The pa- tient does...

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

MM •• SACHSE SENTINEL NOVEMBER me . . v •; • if* • v' f&ISfcA? DENTAL AWARENESS SMOKELESS TOBACCO Ttm eakmm s prtttnttd m the imtres) of brtltr drniol htaJth. From the of- fice cf Omits E Carter. D.D.S.. Smcfot. TX. la Uk Iwt few years tkcn has been an increase la the use of smokeless tobacco dae > man arfwiHwbm by inanuftrturtxs osing cefctritks, espedaBy athletes, fmrtrlrw tobacco is pendred as a safe alternative to smoking; however, stadia indicate that sasohdess tobacco may be mort harmful than ■mnfcfag ia prtJIfpnfiat a person to develop oral cancer. The habit ef hnlilni ptedMg a# auff or "quids" of chewing tobacco in one location caases an irritation of the gnm and cheek tissne. This irritation is most coaunonly observed as a white, leathery-appearing area called leukoplakia. Leukoplakia may appear as either a smooth, white patch or a thick, hardened, and wrinkled lesion. Leukoplakia is considered to be precancerous ia 3-5% of cases. Other problems are also associated w...

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

NOVEMBER 1985 l tjfir'ii m * v SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 3 1 (city council) Mr. Becker, chairman of P&Z, ex- plained that the reason for P&Z's denial was that the property was adjacent to plat- ted residential; but not completely built property. No complaint or objections were voiced against the zoning request. Council voted 4 to 1 to accept F&Z's recommendation for denial of I - TWO zoning. Councilman Boyd voted no. _ Two bids for a dump truck were rented. Bids received were for $23,237.00 and $27,095.87. Mahaney International of McKinney bid $23,237.00 and Newman Chevrolet of Garland bid $27,095.87 on a 1986 model vehicle. Bids were also presented for a backhoe. Three bids were received. Maga Equipment bid $34,479.35, Ben Griffin Tractor bid $32,350.00 and Mahaney International bid $26,275.00 Bids on a pickup truck were opened Newman Chevrolet bid $10,950.31 and Newman Chevrolet bid $11,763.69. The city will seek financing and will award the bids on Nov. 4, 1985. Adjourned ...

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

Pag* St 8ACH3E SENTINEL NOVEMBER 198ft Donut Palace BROOKVIEW CENTER Highway 78 & Brookview SACHSE OPEN: 5:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M 7 Days A Week Large Orders Welcome 24 Hours Notice Piease Try Our Drive - Up Window Wedding feasts in Yemen can last three weeks. TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS CALL 530-1100 LIONS MONTHLY MEETINGS — DATE: .. . 2nd & 4th Thursday TIME: 7:00 P.M. PLACE: ... C & M Restaurant & "We're A Pizza Lover's Delight A large selection to choose from, including: "Ken's Supreme" and "Vegetarian Special" * Also serving a selection of: Salads and Spaghetti & Meat Sauce SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS of Groups W/Reservations Luncheon Special: Mon. thru Fri. 11:00 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. ALL YOU CAN EAT Pizza Buffet & Salad Bar $3.79 per person Ken's Town & Country Pizza Two Locations to Serve You SACHSE 5634 BROOKVIEW CENTER HI WAY 78 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-6200 HOURS: Mon. - Thurs. - 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Fri. & Sat. - 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 midnite Sunday - 12:00 noon ...

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

HE SICHSE SEMMEl ■'Communicating With The Community' VOLUMN 10 NO. 12 SACHSE, TEXAS 530-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY DECEMBER 1986 f I f*" * COPEVILLE RESIDENT WINS COLOR T.V. Dustin Cox of Wylie drew the ticket that won the 19" color T.V. that was given away as a grand opening prize by the Jiffy Wash, located in Sachse Center. The drawing was held November 17, 1985. Steven Bell, right, owner of Jiffy Wash, announced the w inner's name. It was D.F. Zackary of Copeville, Texas. Charter Commission Begins Work The newly elected Charter Commission for the City of Sachse held an organizational meeting on Tuesday, November 12, at City Hall. Com- mission members elected Mike McCauley as Chairman and Mickey Archer as Vice-Chairman. The Commission expects the charter to be ready for approval by the voters of Sachse on April 5, 1986. The target date for having the final draft ready is February 19 and to meet this deadline the entire charter commission will be meeting twice a month on the following ...

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

Pag* S SACHSE 8ENTINEL DECEMBER 1985 THE SACHSE SENTINEL NEWS ft ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher & Editor: Joe J. & Pat Stone Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Sachse Sentinel will gladly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed articles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL 20th of Each Month City Council Notes GREETINGS Rekindle <x1 friend- ship* this tec son moke new one*! November 4, 1985 Mayor Henry Luman opened a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. concerning a request for a special use permit to operate a private club in conjunction with a pizza and pasta restaurant at 5560 Highway 78. Mayor Luman explained that at ...

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