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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1986

MAY 1986 SACHSE sn PAGE 7 MIKE CANTRELL . . . CANDIDATE FOR JUSTICE of the PEACE, Precinct 3 MIKE CANTRELL . . . • Family Man with strong Christian values • Business Man with private law practice • Civic and Community Leader • Experienced • Responsible • Dedicated MIKE CANTRELL'S QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice Intermediate Certificate in Law Enforcement Licensed to practice law in 1982 Past Municipal Judge for the City of Garland v* MIKE CANTRELL has a sincere desire to make his community a better place to live through his service as your Justice of the Peace. His law enforcement and legal background as well as experience gained as a Municipal Judge have shown his dedication, hard work and ability to get the job done. MIKE CANTRELL has proven his ability to deal with the many aspects of the judicial system. He served the City by being available twenty-four hours a day, combining legal experience and common sense to deal fairly and effectively with the responsi...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1986

em. 1 SARHST TMTTKri MAY 1986 SACHSE REMEMBERED Chapter V: CHURCHES REMEMBERED In the 1890s and very early 1900s, the school at Sachse Rd. and Billingsley St. became a church on Sun- day. At the turn of the century the Christians were meeting there in the morning, and the Methodists in the afternoon. Nelle Herring Skinner (1896-1984), in later years recalled with amusement that as a child she usually at- tended both services each Sunday, and could not decide which church to join. The decision was made for her. By 1907. the Methodist group had moved to the Plea- sant Valley area and the new Christian Church building was under construction-in the immediate vicinity of the present Sachse City Hall. During the 1890s, William Sachse had given a tract of land adjoining the townsite for a church and a ceme- tery. William Sachse was buried in the cemetery in December, 1899. Adjacent was the site for the Chris- tian Church. In early documents this church is refer- red to as the "Plain Christ...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1986

HAY 1986 SACHSE SFNTTNF1 PACT 9 Sachse Couple Celebrate Anniversary rm Marie and Floyd Stracener of Sachse celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 13, with a party hosted by their children. Shelia Cheatham of Jacksonville. Florida and Paillette Smith of Lewisville, Texas. Marie and Floyd have been residents of Sachse for 20 years and more than 1(H) friends and relatives attended to help them celebrate the occasion. I m lOifKlFSLIC VJ srj i m m More than $1 Billion in assets. S«tvir>qi ln ur d MOO 000 Authentic Old West atmosphere specializing in Mesquite Grilled Steaks, Chicken, Mexican Specialties, Homemade Desserts, and Live Entertainment. We have a large Dining area, so bring your friends, private parties or business meetings. Private Club Member- ships Available. 1956 Hwy. 78 Wylic. TX We accept American Eiprc**, MasterCard. VISA and legal tender V Start summer with the look that's going pieces. RFAl JTY ON THE GO A $20 value, this colorful summer beauty ki...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1986

_*L aa. 1W6 Nance Named Vice President Southwestern Bell Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems announced today that Harold D. Nanoe has been app- ointed vice president-marketing, effective April 1,1906. In his new ass gnment*Nance, 42, will be responsible for ail sales and marketing activities at the company. Nance began his Southwest- ern Bell career in 1968 as a coin collection supervisor for Southwestern Bell Telephone in St. Louis, then progressed thro- ugh several positions before be- ing appointed account executive in 1974. He mo*ed to Dallas as a training manager in the sales department in 1976, then moved to Tulsa m 1979 as sales marv- ager-industry. Nance returned to Dallas as a sales manager with AT4T in 1961. ha June 1963, Nance joined AT&T's Advanced Mobile Phone (AMPS), Inc. in Dallas, r-services and impte- <ln 1964, the aouth- of AMPS became subsidiary of Bell Corporation Bell waa wetwufk market- Texas Auto Visitor Profile IIImots edged out Oklahoma, but Texas touris...

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

V*M I *' - -v MAY 1986 SACHSE SEMnNEL PAGE 11 WEDDING Donna Jean Smith of Garland and Steven Warren Robinson of Sachse were married April 4th at 8:00 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church of Garland with the Reverend Buist Wilson officiating. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Preston of Garland, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Peacock of 1912 Cornwall, Sachse, and Bill Robinson of Kerrville. Maid of honor was Toni Espinosa. Bridesmaids were Shelly Shumate and Diane Carpenter, sisters of the bride, and Suzanne Levy, cousin of the groom. Best man was Oren Peacock. Groomsmen were Jeff Wagner, Mark Robin- son, brother of the groom, and Scott Messick. The bride is employed as an admitting clerk at Garland Memorial Hospital. The groom is a 1984 graduate of North Garland High School and is employed as a plumber's helper for Able Plumbing in Richardson. The couple resides in Garland. CASH N' CARNATIONS $9.50 doz. CARRY For her special day Mother's Day May 11 Sachse 5560 Hwy. 78 (Suite C) GATEWAY PLAZA (b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1986

£t£L 12 am sFwnuL may 1986 MEET THE CANDIDATES NIGHT ROUSING SUCCESS - The First Annual Meet the Can- didates Night began by establishing a successful forum for local citizens and those running for public office to meet in a moderated question and answer session. Every candidate was present to give their views to a stand- ing room only crowd of interested voters. Many favorable comments were heard expressing a need for such a community night, and plans were made to continue this service. CANDIDATES FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Pat Longacre. Joyce Yandry. Henry Luman. Larry Holdcn. Pat Wilson. (Moderator: Mary Porter), Dee Shanklin, Mike Foster. Jim Becker. Bill Grant and William Franklin. WYLIE, TX. Ph. 442-6729 Next to Wylie Feed 107 S. Ballard rmmt> Bring This Ad In For A $5.00 Savings With $30.00 Pu rchase Loojerj INDIES .5IZ.&S 5 to SALES fci^LS ( 4o rient Sizes\ft A\\ 3U.0O to 5 «<<*>."a we'll keep / rwN I/VNU: y. clean Uo cl&arv & & & & & &am...

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

MAY 1986 SACHSE SEI PAGE il S a c h s e Scout Report by James Pearson A fertilizer sale and a campout at Fort Parker were the April highlights for Sachse's Boy Scout Troop 12. Scouts completed the fertilizer sale about the middle of the month. Top sellers in the troop were Mike Har- ris, Harry Weakly, Marcus Harris and Chad Loeden. The project's pro- fit of $390 will go towards purchas- ing equipment for the troop. The troop traveled to Fort Parker, near Mexia, Texas, and camped there overnight. The scouts toured the fort, which was built in the 1830s. Scouts on the trip were Mike Hughs, Jason Schillerstrom, Phillip Cooper, Mar- cus Harris, Chris Pegler, Mike Har- ris, David Burgess, Steve Pearson, Chad Loeden, John Craig and James Pearson. The fronds of some palms are over 70 feet long. Stood on its end, a leaf that length would equal the height of a seven-story building. r !®W®5«W=,00®!OOeeOOCOCOOOOOCOSOOO«0560!00000&OOC0006eOOei!OOS0069SOOSOOOOiO!«K005< L T.V. - VCR: 70(1 ...

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

ru? AfK- r P«fiF 14 SA«*T SnfllNEL MAY 1986 Announcements MANY THANKS For all the local support the library received for "Meet the Candidtate night". A - Bow - K Florist, Bonnie Hanslip, for the arrangements, Richardson League of Women Voters representatives: Mary Porter, moderator and Carolyn Holgren, timer. Sue Boucher, City Secretary, Sachse Christian Church for the ex- tra chairs, Sachse Flower Shop, San- dra Ford, for boutonniers and cor- sages, and the candidates' spouses for the cookies and brownies. VFW CELEBRATE WITH PARADE The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 and its Ladies Auxiliary along with the Garland Sesquicentennial Committee and Post 3359 celebrated San Jacinto Day and Loyalty Day on April 20, 1986 with a "Parade of Colors" on the downtown square of Garland. Flowers-in-a-gift for Mom. Mother's Day is Sunday, May 11. The Floral Teapot Bouquet from Teleflora. Delightful. The fine stoneware teapot with its delicately hand-painted blossoms, will be cherished and used...

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

MAY 1986 SAfiHSF SB PAGE 15 Announcements LIONS SWIM PROGRAM 1986 July 14 through 25 weekdays, Sachse Lions Club will sponsor American Red Cross swimming classes for disabled children as they have for the past five summers. All ages from early childhood to early teens are eligible. The only require- ment is that the child be continent or be on a control program. Children from communities bordering Sachse may register; however Sachse young- sters are given priority. Classes are held in private pools donated for use in the program by local families. The Lions assume a special liability for the homeowners' protection. As in previous years, the main need is for volunteers to teach. If you wish to register a child, or like to swim and would enjoy working with these children, please call Jean Gallien at 495-3844. Each child is taught on a one to one ratio and volunteers are given special training for their task. Those who have taught during previous seasons have ex- pressed their satisfac...

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

£ME 16 saqee sraran may 1986 Library Fly High Day The 3rd. Annual Spring Fund raiser for the Library Building Fund was held April 26th,the rain date, with Rebecca Yandry bringing in the most donations. Tropies were awarded to Amy Burgess, Danny Litton, Stephen Hooten, Ruth Marie Franklin, Scott Jones, Cari and Danny Litton by Dr. Denam, Library Board member. Picture Thpima anH p3« Stanton are pictured helping in the Balloon Launch, and Jim Becker,D.R. Burgess and Marie Zaczkowski are shown filling some of the balloons with helium, before launch ' mm : «r#Il Paul's Grocery Your Neighborhood Store Highway 78 & 3rd St. Sachse 495-1132 COLA Ml LK - gai. jug Homo ONLY FLAVORS CREAM FASH "Everyday Prices To Everyone" HOURS: mon.- sat. 6:00 am-10:00 pm free greensheet cam aw Q.nn in a a Sunday 8:00 am -10:00 pm homemade sandwiches we don't have everything - but we try ■—1

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

; t * f - (city counc i I ) MAY 1986 SACHSF TfJTIffl PAGE 1Z SPECIAL MEETING Apr i I 14,1986 A special meeting was called for 7:00 P.M. Pur- pose of the special meet- ing was to a I Iow the counci I to canvas the re- count of the election re- sults of the council race Mayor Larry Holden read the results (see results elsewhere in paper) and declared Joyce Yandry, Mike Foster and Pat Long- acre as the winners. Mayor Holden administ- ered the oath of office to the three new counci I- membe r s. COUNCIL MEETING Apr i I 21,1986 ftegu lar council meeting was opened by Mayor Larry Holden at 7:30 p.m. All counci Imembers were pre- sent. The counci I seat that was vacant was to be filled by appointment. Jim Becker was first nom- inated, but received no second. Bill Grant was nominated and received a second. Because Jim Becker had received next to the most votes in the election, several people from the audience spoke for him. Several people from the audience also said that it was now the coun...

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

PAGE IS SACH5E SFWTBffl HAY 1986 Dr. Ron Pilkington Visits The Peoples Republic of China Ronald Pilkington. M D is one of 31 primary care sports medicine specialists from the United States who w ill visit the People's Republic of China this spring At the invitation of the Chinese Medi- cal .Association, a delegation of American phvsicians ill represent the various aspects of primary care and sports medicine in technical exchanges with their Chinese counterparts The American delegation will spend two weeks visiting major institutions, hospitals and clinics in several cities, discussing topics of mutual interest w ith the Chinese colleagues. Trie sponsorship of this delegation bs the Chinese Medical .Association reflects the interest of the Chinese in expanding their knowledge of current Western re- search and applications in primary care, with a major focus on sports meedtone "I am very excited about participating in this endeavor. 1 see it as an opportunit) for two different peoples...

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

inFifjir MAY 1986 SACHSE SEMITIC- RAGE 11 ■•■•■•■•■•••■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•a In- state Comptroller Bob Bullock mov- ed to cancel the sales tax permits of some 150,000 taxpayers who are shown as either delinquent or dormant on the Comptroller's books. Meanwhile, more than 300,000 tax- payers in good standing with Bullock's office will be issued brand-new red, white and blue permits as Bullock call- ed on Texas consumers to "be aware of who you're doing business with-look for the new permit and don't do business without it." Bullock said that of the 150,000 per- mits being cancelled, at least 100,000 are known to be dormant and a majority of the remaining 50,000 would probably prove to be dormant, too, if they would file their reports. He estimated that only S7 million is at stake from the true delinquents-and he promised that "we will get that money or they will be doing business illegally without a permit." "We cannot afford to carry these un- productive accounts any long...

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

p/re: 2Q SACHSE SEWTOffL MAY 1986 VA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Q .. Is there a charge for the opening and closing of a grave in a national cemetery ? A .. There is no charge. How- ever, expenses related to pre- paration, casketing or transpor- tation of the remains from the place of death to a national cemetery must be paid from private funds. The VA may pro- vide reimbursement under cer- tain circumstances for burial expenses. Social Security pays a burial benefit to a spouse in some cases. Q .. How much can I borrow on a Veterans Administration- backed loan ? I have that there is a $ 27,500 limit. A .. The amount that a lending institution will loan on a VA- guaranteed loan depends in part on your financial situation. Like other lenders, those making VA loans will consider your income, liabilities ana credit standing. The loan may not exceed the fair market value of the pro- perty. The VA guarantees 60 percent of the mortgage up to a maximum guarantee of S 27,500 against loss if the...

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

HAY 1986 SACHSE SENTINEL PAGE 21 Operation Game Thief The state's Operation Game Thief pro- gram will pay $7,450 to persons who caught game law violators in the act dur- ing the past six months. Deer poaching in one form or another accounted for 24 of the 34 cases, rang- ing from night road hunting, use of pro- hibited weapons, possession of untagged deer and taking deer during a closed season. Persons who observe game or fish law violations may call toll-free 1-800- 792-GAME, and if the information leads to a conviction the caller, who may re- main anonymous, is eligible to receive a cash reward in an amount specified by the Operation Game Thief Committee. The committee meets in Austin every six months to disburse rewards, which are funded entirely through tax-deductible contributions from individuals and organizations. The committee deemed two cases wor- thy of $400 rewards, and both were deer hunting cases. Four violators were caught hunting deer at night on a public road. Offici...

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

p«flf 22 SACHSE STHTINU MAY 1986 CALADIUMS ADD Easy come and easy go might be the byword for many summer flowers, but with col- orful caladiums it can be said, "Easy come, slow to go". Gar- den color with caladiums never fades from spring until autumn. With large heart-shaped leaves which are often mis- taken for blooms, this relative of the philodendron is unique in its ability to provide months of attractive color with little care. "Fancy Leaf caladiums feature foot-tall foliage with brilliant coloring and interesting veining Reds, pinks, greens and creamy- white splashes make the leaves look like artists' palettes. While requiring no prun- ing, staking or blossom re- moval, these tropical mem- bers of the aroid family read- ily substitute for the more traditional annual plants in sunny and shady'garden areas. As a mass planting in shad* locations, caladiums are more effective than most other "shady plants" such as begonias and impatiens. In 60 percent shade, the leaves grow bigge...

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

• - r VAh hay 1986 SACHSE STNTlNn _PAQ£ 21 R. 11-^5 CVer|Q y 276-1842 \ )) 'I ICU.IP3 o- I OJ J DUV w 1853 buckingham ^ Shear Delight Hair Designs i;j OFFERS A DISCOUNT TO PREFERRED CUSTOMERS Bring This Ad In For A 10% Discount On Anv Nail Service Especially for Cheryl Burks expires may is. im v.O 10 ACRES Close in; owner carried. NEED A RENT HOUSE? 2-1-1-P & B; frame $39,900; Garland We have homes on acreage or just land ODIE HALL REALTORS J'We Deal In Country Property" 495-8172 442-3912 U/e 6pec*.cLt4Z(L countny ptopvtfy shindaiwa! TRIM MORE FOR LESS. SHINDAIWA IT-20 GRASS TRIMMER ON SALE NOW FOR ONLY Extra-long alloy straight shaft for superior durability and greater reach without stooping. Premium 2-cycle engine starts easily and doesn't conk out when the going gets tough. Shindaiwa trimmers ... tools, not toys. skMihra $19900 Stevenson's Lawnmower Service 6404 Highway 78 - Sachse 495""4264 <*> Corner o o D Dr. William L. Denam Q. My doctor has recently diagnosed me as...

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

PART 24 St£HS. SFMT1NEL HAY 1986 SACHSE LIONS — MONTHLY MEETINGS — DATE: . .. 2ND & 4TH THURSDAY TIME: j. 7:30 P.M. PLACE: .... SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH To freeze a frosted cake without marring the icing, freeze first without wrapping until firm. Then wrap carefully and return to freezer. To thaw, unwrap and let stand to room temperature. r Worship With Us 495-1116 Sachse Assembly of God Church 2709 Third Street - Sachse, Texas Sunday School 9:45 Worship 10:45 Evening 6:00 p.m. Wednesday (Family Night) 7:30 p.r-. (Royal Rangers) . . . Boys (Missionettes) . . . Girls (Adult Bible Class) (WELCOME) Jimmie Capehart.. . Pastor 495-1089 > TO HONOR A VERY SPECIAL LADY ^Mothers ®oy this year .'if remember Mama with-V:!! MAY WE WIRE FLOWERS "Business Accounts Welcome" v jv I I L 3 LOCATIONS North Star Florist 301 N. Star Rd. Garland 24 HOUR PHONE _ 276-6956 OR 494-2718 Piano Rd. Florist 1918 N. PLANO RD. GARLAND 494-0456 Centerville Rd. Florist 130 E. CENTERVILLE RD. GARLAND 271-9545 ©...

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

I MAY 1986 SACHT SFMTOffl PAGE 21 Q DENTAL AWARENESS 61/ ChatZz* CaKtfLi, V.V.S THUMBSUCKING Thumbsucking is a natural reflex of your child that allows her to ob- tain nourishment. It is a normal in- fant habit that makes the baby feel happy and secure. Thumbsucking usually decreases by the age of two and gradually stops altogether. How- ever, if vigorous and prolonged thumbsucking continues past the age of four, normal dental development may be threatened. You can contact your dentist for his advice on ways in which to wean your child from this potentially harmful habit. SAFETY SEATS The buckles of some Safe & Sound II seats made between December 18, 1984 and April 3, 1985 were found by Collier Keyworth to have some potential to fail in a crash. The buckles in question have single-prong tongues with no writing on the back. Information on replacement can be obtained by calling the Department of Transportation's hotline, 1-800-424-9393. AUDITIONS SET FOR CINDERELLA Auditions for ...

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

EtEL 26 SACHSF Tl MAY 19flfi Library Notes by Rosanne Burgess The Automation Committee of the Northeast Texas Library System has notified that we have been selected to receive a microcomputer through the NETLS Project MICRO pro- gram. The goal of this program is to have each member of NETLS own an IBM compatible microcomputer that may one day be united in a database for all 77 independent libraries. Our selection to receive one of the first 18 computer reflects our recognition of automation needs to provide the best service possible for our community. Bidding for the microcomputers, to include a video monitor and printer, has been in- itiated by NETLS, with an an- ticipated delivery time of late June. Such great plans for the future do not obscure our recognition that summertime is fast approaching, with programs and activities for the youth of the city being involved with the yearly Summer Reading Pro- gram. The theme this year will cer- tainly reflect the great Texas past, present...

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