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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

Page 9 Houston Firm Awarded Contract For Construction of New Water Tower CB & I Na-Con of Houston won the bid for the new water tower, the City Council announced Mon- day night. The tower will hold 750,000 gallons and will cost $622,760. This second-time- around bid saved the city around $100,000, according to one of the Council members. Work will take 360 days, but no starting date was mentioned. Jay-Mar Construction of Den- ton was awarded the water line improvement bid. The Council will again seek road and fence bids in connection with the tower. The city's new fire chief, Jack Yates, announced the addition of a training officer. He is a para- medic, Ken Larsen of Garland, a fireman in Piano. This marks one of Yates' first steps in strengthen- ing manpower and training. He invited everyone to attend the Fire Department meeting Thurs- day night. He had high praise for his group of men, mentioning the attendance at the first meeting of some 14 or 16. He announced also that his ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

,.jy >. IJ yn < J§HB ' -k Page 10 MllliJIIirillT ifTV WP*^ v-i : ;* '■■•? ' '■; ::w- ■* Jewell Davis TAX TIPS by Bill Wood, CPA Former IRS Agent 272-8567 Non-Taxable Gain Property transferred by reason of one's death may get a " stepped- up" basis. What does this mean? Suppose a person acquired a piece of property for $10,000 several years before his death, and on the date of his death, the property is worth $100,000. This increase in value may be totally non-taxable. There is no Income tax due under cer- tain conditions. An estate of $600,000 for 1987 and thereafter is not subject to estate taxes; furthermore, one can leave an unlimited amount to one's spouse. In Texas, a community property state, the property of the surviving spouse also gets a stepped-up basis. This has some interesting planning implications. The one who receives this property from the estate has a $100,000 basis (tax cost). If the property is sold for $100,000, there is no taxable gain to be reported. Prop...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

Page 11 ■H W H I I'l' I IW-HII nm I H44WWW+H I' ***** IIIMIIIIIIMII M "Leadership for the Future of Sachse ? j Conflict ol interest, business experience, control of City Council meetings, and technical expertise; these are items that have been discussed widely during this campaign. I would likG to give you my opinion of the facts on these issues. C0N| am aco-owne^of a My commercial construction company located in Garland that does work in the Dallas area. Our primary business is the' finish" construction of high-rise offices, hotels, and hospitals. My company does not build houses and has not done any work in Sachse. I ail to see any conflict of interest between my business and the office of Mayor of Sachse. I rather see this experience as a benefit to the city as I will be able to more effectively deal with our future growth. BUSC^fqo^emmentRmustlbfrun as a business for the benefit of all citizens. My company employs 200-300 persons on a regular basis. Therefore, I am very familiar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

Page 12 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★* Many ways to track husband's SS number By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Q: How do I go about finding the Social Security number for my late husband. I cannot find a record of it anywhere in my pa- pers. — A.C., New York A: Documenting Social Security numbers and other key identifica- tion information is vital for each of us to do. Such information may be listed on a piece of paper kept in our strong box at home or in a safe deposit box (as long as your attorney or close friend knows of the existence and number of that safe deposit box). Many financial institutions also have available handy forms or booklets for recording this infor- mation. For your need, now, to find out a Social Security number on some- one deceased, we suggest the fol- lowing: • Income Tax Returns — Social Security numbers must be listed on personal income tax return fil- ings. Check your files for these. Or, if your tax...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

Page 13 I money for some of his clothing, but it obviously doesn't go very far. When we ask questions or object to what he does, he replies in a nasty way that it is none of our business. We think it is, and hope you do too. A. I do, and I don't think it has anything to do with age (yours and mine vs. his). Nor does it relate to your income which is apparently enough to support him. You hit the | nail on the head with your plea for common sense. It is your home, your rules, and your love for him that are the basic facts. He may have the op- tion of moving out and supporting himself totally, but until he does, respect for your ideas is essential. Although such respect may take some time to materialize, I know that isn't much consolation to you right now. How about hearing from the "younger set"? Are these parents and I off base9 Letters may be sent to Dr. Wil- lard Abraham, Our Children, P.O. Box 572, Scottsdale, AZ 85252. Your horoscope Guide By GINA, Copley News Service ARIES: (Mar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

Page 14 Kida In m DUAHA TAUS - 0 ««r Sachat Caalar #104 9141 Sa. Hlghaay 71 Saahaa, Taxi 76011 •BALLET* •TWIRLING* •DRILL TEAM* TUMBLING* •CHEERLEA0IM0* JAZZ* •TOTS — IN-MOTION ACTIVITY TIME' TAP ♦ADULT DANCERCIZE* •BOY'S SKILLS* •SUPER KIDS PRE-SCHOOL* CLASSES FOR AGES 1b MONTHS - ADULT| CALL 495-0836 OR 530-1850 Park Work Detail Set for March 28 Circle Saturday, March 28, on your calendar. That's the date of the big general maintenance program at the Sachse Baseball Park on Williford, right off Hwy. 78. Bobby Kinser, chief organizer and chairman of the Parks and Recreation Commission, will greet you and assign the duties, be- ginning at 8 a.m. Call Kinser at 530-0581, if you have questions. ©lh<Q)®S(§ Fym Stair® TCusf® fig By letting us build that "Exactly Right" piece of furniture. We specialize in custom upholstered furniture and reupholstery of your old piece to make it look new again. We also do custom upholstered Headboards, Mirrors, parson bench Chairs, Pillows & much...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

Page 15 Dos Amigos owner Cecelia Ballew at Sachse's newest Mexican Restaurant at 5618 Hwy. 78. Opening date was Friday, March 13. The restaurant hours are from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fire Dept. Report The following Fire Calls were answered by the Sachse Fire Department for the week of March 1-7. Types of the 5 calls: Grass: 1 Auto Accident: 1 Auto Fire: 1 Trash: 2 City Runs: 3 Dallas County Runs: 2 Total Dollar Loss in City: None Total Injuries: 1 in Auto Accident Total # Men Involved: 50 Total Man Hours: 10 hours & 56 minutes Total # Units Involved: 8 Average Response Time in City: 4.6 minutes Average Response Time in County: 13.5 minutes Activities for the week of March 8-15: Number of calls: 0 Business Inspections: 2 No burning permits will be issued for the remainder of March due to high wind condi- 'ions that exceed State limits. SNIPES FOR COUNCIL Ad paid for by Committee to Elect Wayne Snipes. Sharon Hail, Treasurer. 495-6624, Sandy Loam Sand & Gravel Hauling Tractor Servi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 March 1987

SUPER FINE MEATS GROCERY 702 E. HWY. 78 WYLIE OPEN 7 A.M. -10 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK Prices Good Tuesday, March 17 Through Monday, March 23, 1987 FRESH DRUGS PRODUCE STORE: 442-7132 PHARMACY: 442-7529 None of these items sold to dealers - We reserve the right to limit quantities Family Pack U.S.D.A. Choice Boneless Chuck Roast Decker Family Pack Boston Butt 12 Oz. Pkg. Ground Beef Pork Roast Bacon $139 eq« QQ« $149 X. lb vJ Lb- Lb A Pkg Family Pack U.S.D.A. Choice, Boneless Chuck Steaks Family Pack U.S.D.A. Choice Charcoal Steaks I^ean Boneless Stew Meat Fresh Pork Steak Corn King (Sliced Free) Ham Halves Smoked Picnic Whole Hams Tennessee Pride Country Sausage Ekrich Beef Or Keg. Smoked Sausage 59 Lb. 79 Lb. 89 Lb. $1 $1 $1 $1 29 JL Lb. $189 791 $2 129 1 Lb. Roll U Roll ■ Chicken of The Sea 6.5 Oz., Reg. $1.09 Water or Oil Tuna Fish Maxwell House 1 Lb. Bag, Reg. $3.09 Coffee 69" $J88 ggrg mi Mmw 1 • f rim- C815 "•n"" Dhmtr Kal Kan 14 Oz., Reg. .51 Dog Food Libby 3 Oz., Potted Meat 39c ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

the Sentinel VOLUME 12 (214)530-1 100 SACHSE TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY MARCH 26. 1987 HP - - ^ £r M '' -.ICJX wmsm 77,/s /'s fAie new General Telephone Co. digital switching office along Highway 78 in Sachse. The 2,750 square-foot building will be equipped to serve nearly 3,800 customers in the Garland/Sachse 414, 495 and 530 exchanges and will open in August. Sentinel Adds Weekly Column by John Slnor Because of the favorable response by readers to The Sen- tinel's Feature Section, which in- cludes columns, a crossword puzzle and a horoscope, a new feature has been added with this issue. Nationally-syndicated colum- nist John Sinor will contribute weekly articles to The Sentinel for its readers' enjoyment, Sinor's tongue-in-cheek humor has won him numerous national awards and The Sentinel feels fortunate vin getting his column on an ex- clusive basis in the metroplex. We would appreciate hearing from readers on Sinor's column and any other features currently incorporated in The Sentine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 2 the Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swanson Editor - Reba Liner Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or cor- poration which may appear in the columns of The Sentinel will glad- ly be corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Signed ar- ticles herein express the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of the editors. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse weekly DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SENTINEL: News Deadline — Thursday Ad Deadline — Friday Dr. Murray Ray Seeks Position on GISD Board Dr. Murray R. Ray has an- nounced his candidacy for a posi- tion on the GISD Board of Trustees. Dr. Ray, age 46, has fil- ed for the place 4 seat in the elec- tion to be held April 4. In announcing his candidacy, Dr. Ray said, "I am entering the race for the Garland School Board for the simple reason that I want to see tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 3 A checking account tells you how much you paid, to whom and on what date. You'll have a wealth of information at tax time! A checking account is a valuable asset...use it for all it's worth! Stop in and let us open your ac- count today! FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE LOBBY HOURS: 9 00-3 00 Monday-Thunday / 9 00-7 00 Friday row PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPnci 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS; S 00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8.00-7 00 Friday lEN06« rwmMWrf-* --..v

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 4 MICHAEL MURPHY CITY COUNCIL MY STAND on THE ISSUES April 4 is the date you should be voting for your next City Government officials. Unfortunately, there are many of you that I have not been able to meet and explain my beliefs about policies that will shape our city for years to come. As I believe there are a number of vital issues and clear choices among the candidates facing us, I want you to understand my views. My position is based on citizen input and my unchanging pledge to do that which is best for our city. These positions reflect the same stance I have taken throughout the campaign -1 have not changed or modified my stands depending on any particular audience. Streets - Momentum has been established and must be maintained through planned street repair in 1987 and for the future through the Impact Fee. I take the position we must protect these funds and not allow tight budgets to cause funding reductions. Impact Fees - The newly adopted Impact Fee is targeted for futu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 5 ) r Re-Elect Holden Mayor The people of Sachse deserve elected officials who don't consider citizens a "nuisance" because they crowd City Hall protesting a particular action . . . who don't vindictively strip all boards and commissions of experienced personnel . . . who don't consistently ignore the residents' wishes . . . who do treat city volunteers with dignity ... who don't cater to special interest groups... and who don't feel compelled to use the power of their office simply because it's available. As a Councilman and as Mayor, I've given Sachse leadership that's open-minded, responsive to the residents and genuinely caring, instead of making my decisions on issues even before hearing citizen input. 1 am not hesitant to be a dissenting minority vote if that viewpoint is in the best interests of the city. I have no "block vote" clique on the Council 1 must appease and 1 have no special group expecting me to perform a certain way. I am running my campaign on my record as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 6 CERTIFIED MECHANIC MASTER & VISA CARD WILDERS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR WRECKER SERVICE All Work Guaranteed 90 Days - 4000 Miles Hours: Mon. • Fri. 7 A.M. - 6 P.M. 100 N. Birmingham At Oak STATE INSPECTIONS Wylie, Texas 75098 (214) 442-2402 DOS AMIGOS WELCOME - OPEN FOR BUSINESS 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. - 7 days a week Enchilada Dinner $3.99 Serving Mexican food and American favorites Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Everything Homemade 5618 Hwy. 78 Sachse, Texas 530-6901 More scarf-makers at Zeta Omicron Chapter meeting are L-R Sue White, Dorothy King, Ellen Anderson, Naomi Reed, Liz Hall and Phyllis Hock. Members added the scarves to their western attire for the trip to Fort Worth's Stockyard area ■ Jk Nelda Gaines decorates bandanas with silver at recent meeting of Zeta Omicron Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha. Sachse Students On Webb Honor Roll The Principal's Honor Roll (A and AB students) at Webb Middle School lists the following students from Sachse for the fourth six weeks: Seventh graders K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 7 I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (Cont. from page 2) Foster, Holley and Grant FOR ap- proval and Mayor Holden and Councilmember Longacre AGAINST the zoning change as written. Citizens were in attendance against the rezoning. There were 11 property owners within the 200 foot limit who were against the rezoning and 29 property owners had signed petitions in favor of the rezoning. The eleven people who signed petitions against rezoning were short by five from being enough to cause a man- date, forcing the council to turn down the zoning request. I wonder if all the 29 citizens who signed the petition support- ing this rezoning would have done so had they known that the 10,000 square foot buffer was not to be a part of the zoning. Are they aware that the governing bodies of this city failed to insure that his promise would be kept? I have no quarrel with Leo Whelan. I did not oppose his rezoning request because his property has no direct effect on my property. I am affected because I am a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 8 Luna fourth and fifth grade gifted and talented students L-R Amanda Luman, Matt Shubzda and Jay Farmer at one of the exhibits in Luna Eiementary's eight-week unit called "Space Invaders." Students voted on the study subject and space exploration won. Two classrooms now represent eight space stations complete with students actively engaged in astronaut simulations. Marta Mountjoy is administrator. Parents of the students are Jo Beth and Henry Luman, Patti and Jim Shubzda, and Billy and Sherri Farmer. Winners Selected for Best Posters In Luna School's Country Fair Winners have been picked for the best posters announcing Earl Luna Elementary School's Fair from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 11. Eric Hice took first place and Blake Motley, second place, in kindergarten. First grade winners were Brittany Haseloff, Benjamin Hangartner, and tying for third were Duke Dixon and Jason Daniels. In second grade, Kristen Smith took first followed by Kristofer Sanders and Jennifer Delgado. La...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 9 H • "Leadership for the Future of Sachse" GOALS: As the campaign for Mayor enters its final week, I have met with many of you personally in my door-to-door visits. From the comments and questions asked, I have become quite aware of a substantial amount of "negative campaigning" and mistruths that are being told by my opponents. While I personally do not believe in "negative campaigning", I feel that I must defend myself and my position on these matters. CONFLICT OF INTEREST: 1) My co-ownership of a commercial construction business does not represent an interest conflict as my business does not operate with- in Sachse. 2) I currently own my personal residence at 5012 Greensboro and an undeveloped lot in Heritage Estates where I plan to move my residence in the near future. I also co-own, with my adjacent lot owners in Heritage, the 10 acres immediately behind our lots. This land is owned as an extension of our lots and not with development plans. I own no other land or busines...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 10 Hydro *vh < L. A Vv ^ Prep 4 IttAtOMt ^AtVH4. tytreUd *%<xyaM.. OtoHtn ■ IN BUSINESS SINCE 1973" Mobile Phone Number 384-8849 495-2622 Light conditions in your home are a major factor in deciding which houseplants to grow — and where to place them. Special Needs of Houseplants At this time of the year, when the outdoor garden begins to occu- py so much of our thoughts and our time, it's easy enough to forget about the special needs of our houseplants In fact, so often have I almost orphaned our houseplant collection at this time that 1 now post reminders in my calendar to see to the poor things before they begin to burn or droop in the in- creased light Plants at south-fac- ing windows are most vulnerable. Impatiens. fibrous begonia and African violet plants are three fa- vorites that often must be moved. Though all three often will thrive during low-light winter months at south windows, they will not toler- ate direct, high-intensity sunlight — especially if they are ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 11 skinny, leaning, spindly look to plant stems reaching out for more light In light levels that are too low. flowering plants bloom poor- ly or not at all. Any flowerbuds that develop usually drop before they open. Distances on stems be- tween leaves become greater than usual. But now, the increasingly in- tense light levels bouncing around inside our home often will bring with them the inspiration to plant, to enjoy patches of vibrant life and color indoors as a sort of •ose-up counterpart to the smor- isbord of nature's awakening de- lights outdoors It's possible to sastisfy this de- sire bv starting the seeds of a few adaptable annual flowers indoors now, or to begin watching for transplants in local garden outlets. Window boxes, plain pots, ceramic containers and wooden planters can all be used indoors as well as out for annual flowers like cascading lobelia and petunia, dwarf marigolds and zinnias, geraniums and gerberas (African daisies) Potted dahlias are anoth- er wise...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

rage u pie a NEW 2-1, 4-Plex, WBFP, W/D CHRISTIAN WOMAN, honest and reliable, would like to clean your home. Sachse/Rowlett area. Call Sharon, 475-3351. MARY KAY COSMETICS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call Dorothy connection, ceiling fan, carport Bentley 442-1341. Good management. 414-0335, PART-TIME BABY SITTER for 10-year-old boy, your home or mine. Teenager preferred. 495-3519. CHILD CARE NEEDED. First WAREHOUSE 1,500-3,000 sq. ft., water paid, overhead doors, $375-$700/mo. Sachse - 272-5595 - Sharon. PROFESSIONAL SEAMSTRESS would like to sew your wardrobe. Call 495-7180 in Sachse. CHILD CARE IN MY HOME. Lots of personal care and love. Monday-Friday days. 530-2154. LOT FOR SALE: Chandler's Landing, Rockwall. Beautiful homesite. 24-hour security. Yacht Methodist Church, Sachse. Sun- ' Club' Priced be,ovv markcl value- day mornings, Wednesday nights. $6.00 per hour. 530-7112 530-1005. or PIANO LESSONS. Monday through Wednesday. 30-minute ...

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