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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APRII 1986 SACHSF SEMIIML. PAGF 11 I SPRING TURKEY SEASON SHOULD BE EXCELLENT To make the most of your money, you need a money fund that works. last best year ably High production of wild turkeys during spri- ng and summer 1985 should make the upcoming April 12-27 spring turkey gobb- ler season an outstanding one, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife Depar- tment officials. don Wilson, upland game program leader, said year's hatch was the s i nee t he bumper of 1981, and p rob - the second-best on record. "Populations are up in most of the tradi- tional turkey range acr- oss the state," Wilson said. "There will be good numbers of yearling gobb- lers to respond to hun- ters' calls." Wi I son po i n ted out that the upcoming season is the first in which the "swing" turkey tag pro- gram is in ef f ect . "If a hunter did not take a turkey in the fall, or got only one, he can take two during the spring season." Wilson explained This resulted from an additional tag on the 1985-86 hunting...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

• MMKMB IIVMMMMMMMtfillM*'1' "J£*¥fllUfoSW!5IW PAGE 12 SACHSE SFNTINFI APRH 19Rfi CITY COUNCIL NOTES REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING March 3, 1986 Regular council meeting was opened by Mayor Henry Luman. All council- members were present. Mayor Luman presented members of the Charter Commission with certificates of appreciation from the city commend- ing them for their work and the many hours they spent preparing the proposed City Charter. Council discussed the contract that the City of Sachse has with Beeson, Stone, Highley and W.W. Development, in regards to the construction of a 12 inch water line. Council approved the contract with an interest rate of 9 %. A public hearing on Amendments to Ordinance #411 was held. Several spoke against changing the lot size from 10,000 sq. ft. to 8,000 sq. ft. Four issues were in the public hearing. They were sep- arated and each one was voted on. Coun- cil approved leaving the lot size at 10.000 sq. ft. Parking space requirements under Ord. #411 were el...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APR II 19B6 SACHSE SENT INF1 PAGF 13 Six Bast Break Into Top 20 List Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials have certified the Feb. 16 catch of a 16-pound, 14 % oz. largemouth bass as a new state record, and confirmed the catch of another bass which ranks fourth on the state's top 20 list. Earl Crawford of Center broke the state record which had been in the book six years when he boated a 16-pound, 14%-ounce bass at Lake Pinkston. The fish beat a 15-pound, eight-ounce bass caught from a private lake in 1981. Biologist Charles Inman of Tyler last week examined a 14-pound, 6%-ounce bass caught from Lake Jacksonville by Eddie Lumpkins of Jacksonville, rank- ing fourth on the all-time big bass list. The 1,350-acre lake on the southwest outskirts of Jacksonville, Cherokee Coun- ty, produced another top-20 fish just less than three weeks before Lumpkins' catch. Robert Parker of Jacksonville earned the number 11 spot in the top 20 with a 13 pound, 13-ounce bass he caught Feb. 20. In...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

It. fffit . %.:■ * '.-. '■.>• t .H PACT" 14 SACHSE SENTINEL APRfl 19B6 SACHSE REMEMBERED By Mary Allene Jones Chapter IV: SCHOOLS REMEMBERED A one room log building located about one third mile east of Rowlett Creek on the south side of what is now Ben Davis Rd., appears to have been the first school in the Sachse area. Because there were neither state nor county schools in the vicinity, the parents paid tuition for private education. This school was attended by Mollie Herring in 1881. She stayed directly across the road in the home of her aunt, Martha Herring McAmis, during the school term. The first school in Sachse proper was built by the State of Texas, and located on the southwest corner of Sachse Rd. and Billingsley St. It, too, was a one room school—with half the seats fronting one direc- tion, and half the other. There were two black- boards; the younger students faced one, and older students the one opposite. Ethel Herring attended this school in the 1890s and related th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APRtl 19Bfi SACHST SFNTINFI PAGF 1S NEW GOVERNING BOARD CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS ELECTED Don Carter, owner of Don Carter Homes and Wylie Roofing of Texas, has been elected as chairman of the Wylie Community Hospital Governing Board. Carter graduated from Northern Illi- ois University, DeKalb, 111. with a Bachelor of Science degree in education. Before moving to Seis Lagos in 1979, Carter and his family resided in Piano. Active in professional organizations. Carter serves on the Board of Directors of the Seis Lagos Home Association and as chairman of the Architectural Com- mittee. He also is a member of the Home Builders Association. Carter and his wife, Donna, have three children and two grandchildren. "Because of my association with con- struction and development, I believe that I can assist in Wylie Community Hospital's planning for future growth since it is apparent that the community the hospital serves will continue to grow." "1 consider it an honor and privilege to be elected chai...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

PART 16 SACHSE SENTINEL APR11 ■ 198fi Sachse Mini-Warehouse 6526 INDUSTRIAL LN. - SACHSE. TX for SIZES AVAILABLE LOCAL BUSINESS CHANGES OWNERSHIP Delores and James Hughes, owners of "Maid Easier, Inc." have recently sold their business to Mary E. Fuller. Maxine Fuller and Pauline Butler. The Hughes family, of 5410 Jefferson Drive. Sachse. are moving to Minnetonka. Minnesota where James will be work- ing. The Hughes and their three children have been long-time resi- dents of Sachse, and they leave behind many friends who hate to see them leave. The business will be in good hands, and available information of the services offered may be obtained by calling 495-2579 or 278-3773. (Pictured - James & Delores Hughes. Maxine Fuller, Pauline Butler and Mary E. Fuller) 5 x 10 - S20.00 per/mo. 10 \ 20 - $60.00 per nio. • Lighted • Fenced CALL: Terr\ Darbv (leave message) 272-9612 City Council M VI (V= ►? IrM, * Jm e«cl.< U05 M™*- Lm Ttv > China has nearly 21 per- cent of the world's...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APRH 1Q8fi SACHSE SENT I NO PAGF 17 fv MEET HENRY LUMAN Since 1979, a Sachse resident at 5105 Greensboro with wife, Jo Beth, and daughters, Kristi, Alison, and Amanda. • Graduated Garland High School 1965 East Texas State Univ. 1971 • Business Self-employed. Owner of a commercial construction company since 1974. No conflict of interest. Henry is not a developer and has no busi- ness interest in the City of Sachse. • Local Affiliations Board of Directors Sachse Chamber of Commerce First City Bank of Garland HENRY HAS SERVED HIS COMMUNITY . . • Planning & Zoning Commission beginning 7/31/81 Chairman from April '83 to April '84 • City Councilman beginning April, 1984 • Selected by fellow council members April •85 to serve as MAYOR PRO-TEM • Selected by fellow members September '85 to serve as MAYOR • Five years of faithful attendance WEEK- LY meetings as well as other civic leader- ship conferences and gatherings. ACCOMPLISHMENTS . . . * From the first. Henry was instrumental in im...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

p*nr 1ft SITUT SFNTINEL Stop Hemming Your Jeans! Everyone knows Lee® is the leader in fabulous fit. Now Lee offers three different lengths in misses sizes. Your choice of three lengths means you'll always fit in Lee! JUNIOR PETITE PROPORTIONED RISE Sizes 1-13 JUNIOR REGULAR Sizes 1-15 30" Length 32" Length 35" Length Auxiliary Auction Very Successful MISSES REGULAR Sizes 6-18 32" Length 34" Length The brand that fits!' Country Livin' . * \ 4> * ■ * t* 7 > / r, % • > Fashions for th« Fsmily Downtown Wy1i«, T*. 442-1612 M. f:00 • 4:00 TW. f:00 - 7:00 fal. f:00 - 5:00 Pets Can Help To Raise Better Children According to Dr. Lee Salk, a nationally-known psycholo- gist and author, dogs and cats can be highly effective tools for helping parents to raise happy, healthy and well-ad- justed children. "For example," Dr. Salk notes, "a pet can play an im- portant role in strengthening a child's self-image By taking responsibility for helping to care for the family pet, a child can deve...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APR 11 Hftfi SACHSE STUTUri PART 19 W 0 BILL GRANT for CITY COUNCIL VOTE Saturday April 5 VOTE Pol. Ad. N. For by Bill Grant, 5224 Natchez, Sachse, TX American Trivia Challenge- Texas Style Where was the first capitol of Texas? Who was the Duke of Paducah? What was the seventh flag to fly over Texas? A new board game project sponsored by the PTA and written by Texas teachers will include these and other challenging Texas trivia. American Trivia Challenge - Texas Style is on sale now from local PTA's for $19.86. $10 of which will be retained by the local PTA. The remaining $9.86 goes to the state PTA. which will keep $1 for the Texas PTA. After April 21, the game will go on sale in retail outlets, and the PTA will receive $5 per sale. To order the game locally, contact Gay Morrison (GHS), Fay Cocke (Memorial Middle School), Byron Willis (Sam Houston Middle School), and Gerry Hill (Spring Creek Elementary School). "Our goal in preparing this project was to make the history and culture...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

i *•* PAGE 20 SACHSE STNTINFI APR11 19 fi oooooooooooooooooaooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooeooooo THE HARVESTER CHOIR EASTER SUNDAY MORNING - 10:45 A.M Sachse Assembly of God Church The Harvesters, one of the most outstanding and versatile groups in contemporary music today, have gathered from across the United States to blend their talent in music. Representing Southwestern Assemblies of God College, these excellent musicians usually travel in two groups in order to extend their coverage throughout the Southwest region. These young collegians feel that they are involved in a definite ministry of reaching people for the Lord Jesus Christ. They are chosen not only for their musical ability, but also because of their Christian character and academic ability. The Harvesters travel weekends and make two tours each year—one at Spring Break and one during the summer. This concert presented by the Harvesters is something you will want to attend. If you love good music, love to worship, and ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

€ APRIL 1986 SACHSE SENTINFI PAfiF 71 MIKE FOSTER for CITY COUNCIL My name is Mike Foster, a candidate for City Council. This is a crossroads election for the citizens of Sachse, and as concerned citizens we must all make it our business to elect councilpersons who have our best interests in mind. As a lifetime resident of Sachse, I am very interested in what happens in our city. In previous years, I have been involved in helping the Boosters Club with the Little Leagues, and the building of a new ballfield. I also served as the chairman of the Park Board for 2 years. At present, I am actively in- volved in the Sachse Lions Club as 1st Vice President and served as Chaplain for the club. My family and I live in North Hills Estates and attend First Baptist Church of Sachse. My wife and I teach the Young Marrieds Class. As a candidate for the Sachse City Council, I see that growth is essential to the life of our town. I believe with a balanced growth of residential and business that ou...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

I PARF 22 SACHSF STNTINEL APR" 1986 Our expert stylists know all the latest methods in cutting men's and women's hair. Appointments are not necessary just walk right in! 495-3828 HAIRPLACE Betty Record & Jacoba Munoz OPEN: 5620 HWY. 78 9:00 A.M. SACHSE TUES. - SAT. We Have NEXXUS Products Announcements "YOUR BACK ACRE" Free Home Food Pioduction Sho r tcou r se Texas A & M University in cooperation with Texas Power & Light Company wi I I be presenting a two-hour program entitled "Your Back Acre" in Gar I and. According to Jerry Morgan, TP&L District Manager in Garland, this free one- evening class will feature information on improving and expanding vegetable garden production, home and small acreage orchard management and a special feature on the use of drip irrigation. Main emphasis for all topics will be on optimizing your home food production dollar. The program will be held in Garland on Tuesday, April 1 from 7:30 - 9:30 P.M. Instructors for the program will be St...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

■ ip ■ 2 ■ APR11 1986 SACHSF SFNT1NFI PAGE 23 Announcements w LUNA ELEMENTARY TO SPONSOR COUNTRY FAIR Earl Luna Elementary School will sponsor a Community Coun- try Fair on Saturday, April 5, 1986 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. The public is invited to come and enjoy the festivities. Luna Elemen- ary is located on Murphy Road ^etween Highway 78 and Black- hum Road. SUNNY SACHSE HOMEMAKERS When Sunny Sachse Homemakers met on Wednesday, March 12. 1986 there were twenty members and three guests in attendance. Coffee and goodies were served and the meeting was called to order at 9:30 hy Presi- dent Rita Puckett. Roll call was answered by each person noting something useless they found in their purse. Alter discussion of old and new business, an interesting program was presented by Pat Seaman. Dallas County Extension agent. The title of her program was "Financial Plan- ning for Retirement". Several charts and many facts and figures were pre- sented, leaving everyone w ith much "food for thought"...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

... PAfiF 74 SACHSF SENI1ML. APR11 1986 VCR WINNER . Edgar Brewer (right) of Garland was the happy winner March 17 of a fully-programmable, cable-ready VCR — the prize in the recent raffle conducted by the Citizens for a Progressive Sachse. The VCR was presented to Mr. Brewer, who works in the truck repair division at Safeway's Regional Warehouse, by CPS members Larry Holden and Kay Snipes. The civic group will use the raffle proceeds to help launch the Sachse Sesquicentennial "Fallfest" Arts and Crafts Festival on September 27. grandma'S jjfiieiL cJticfcpjv Home Style Cafeteria HWY. 78 & SABLE LAN E - SACHSE Call Ahead For Quick Service 442 1970 MONDAY NIGHT 1/2 Price BAR-B-Q SANDWICHES WEDNESDAY NIGHT All You Can Eat RIBS - $4.95 5:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M. ONLY No Take Out ! ISRSSaSSUSGRANDMAS' COUPON M I! M t.i 12 plump placas of Grandma s M spaclal triad chlckan along with 8 J! trash&akad rotla packagad to go Spaclal good only at location I.I shown in this ad. GRANDMA'S SPECI...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APR 11 19«fi SACHSF SEMINEL PAGE 2S Vote for . . . ^DR.G. RANDALL Clark School Board Place 1 Responsible Representation Proven Leadership w Elect - DR. RANDY CLARK GISD School Board Place 1 VOTE APRIL 5th Pol. Ad. Pd. for by Dr. Randy Clark Campaign, Mike Matetich, Treas., 1111 Bcltline, Garland Tx. 75040 "Life consists not in holding good cards but in playing those you do hold well." Josh Billings Ann Cogburn Custom Draperies WINDOW TREATMENT BEDSPREADS FABRIC WALLS 495-7779 : N* Wylie Insurance Agency, Inc. Serving You Since 1898 Call Us For All Types Of Insurance 442-3505 John Yeager 201 Calloway Wylie, Texas 75098

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

t ;:£V>w4? PAGE 26 SACHSE SENTINEL APRIL 1986 Sachit Scout Report by James Pearson A two-night backpacking trip to Dinosaur State Park, a tour of the Justice of the Peace court facilities in Garland and a local campout were the highlights of Sachse Boy Scout Troop 12's busy March schedule. Earlier in the month, several scouts from Troop 12 traveled to Dinosaur State Park near Glenrose, Texas, which is southwest of Fort Worth. The scouts saw real dinosaur tracks and some exhibits, too. This was a backpacking campout to help get the scouts ready for the tougher hiking they'll do at Philmont Boy Scout Ranch in late June. The ranch is in Cimarron, New Mexico. Scouts who went to Dinosaur State Park were: Sean Langton, David Burgess and James Pearson. On one of the regular meeting nights, the troop visited the court- room of Judge Charles Luedtke, Justice of the Peace. "We learned about how the judge handles cases and we even got finger- printed," explains Mike Hughs. "We also learned ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

APRII 19Bfi SACHSF SENTINEL PAGE 27 0 > YOUR FLOWERS AND PLANTS Helpfui Hints By Merlin Olsen Among the flowers that de- light us with their scent as well as their beauty, few rival the freesia, which actually has been improved by man, according to FTD florists. A native of Africa, the free- sia is named for a 19th cen- tury student of plants from that part of the world, Fried- rich Freese. The original freesia was rather a plain flower but during a 30-year period in the 20th century, plant breeders developed freesias with taller, more graceful stems and with more abundant and layered blooms. The modern freesia comes in an array of colors, includ- ing pure white, red, pink, mauve, lavender, blue, cream, yellow and copper. They are fragrant and col- orful accents to mixed bouquets and delightful when simply arranged alone in a vase of water. Here are some tips about buying and caring for freesias: • When shopping for free- sias, look for stems with lots of buds and with maybe only...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

It APR11 19R6 SACHSF SFNT1NFI PAGF 79 DENTAL AWARENESS by Chaifei Caitii, D^S EATING DISORDERS |Rccently. two types of eating disorders have caused national attention - anorexia Mervosa and bulimia. These eating disorders devastate every part of the body, however, only the oral effects are irreversible. Anorexia nervosa (nervous loss of appetite) mainly affects white women be- tween the ages of 17 and 20. Bulimia (insatiable appetite) is a binge - purge disorder usually affecting women between the ages of 13 and 36. The majority of the per sons with these disorders are young females although young men have been diagnosed as having one or a combination of the disorders. Anorectics are easier to detect because they are incredibly thin with arms and legs appearing emaciated. Bulimics are usually at a normal weight and therefore more difficult to detect. Bulimics indulge in secretive binge-eating of starchy or sweet high caloric foods that require little chewing. These episodes may last...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 April 1986

PARF 30 SACHSE SFNTINFI APR11 1986 Weekly Market Report by A. G. Edwurds & Sons, Inc. "HOW HIGH THE MOON" The cow didn't make it in the read world but a growing number of the market par- ticipants are starting to believe the Dow will jump over the moon. Leading magazines are featuring the bull market on their covers accompanied by stories containing visions of sugar plums. Individual investors have substantially increased buying in their margin accounts and bullish sentiment is very ripe. All of these conditions are classic warning signals of trouble ahead and every student of the market knows that. The tough question is how does one deal with a market that is throwing off scary signals while it explodes on the upside at a history setting pace and record volume? We remain bullish long term because the dominant trend still appears deeply en- trenched and the interest rate, inflation, and corporate earnings environment re- main bullish. Despite the record setting pace of this bull...

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