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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

■i Feb. 1983 8ACH8E SENTINEL Mgi 18 V A QUESTIONS & ANSWERS EDITOR'S NOTE: Following are representative questions answered daily by VA counse- lors. Full information is available at any VA Office. VA - MAY I HELP YOU? CDoes income from welfare nt as income for VA pur- poses when a veteran or benefi- ciary draws a VA pension? A - No, but it should be reported. Q - Under what conditions may a veteran's home-loan en- titlement be restored after it has been used? A - Entitlement may be re- stored when the property on which the loan is made is disposed of and the loan is paid in full. Also, a veteran with sufficient entitlement may assume your loan and substi- tute his or her entitlement for yours. Provisions Have Impact On Vets Two provisions in recent legislation have had a signifi- cant impact on veterans' bene- fits, advises the Director, Waco Veterans Administration Regional Office. First, he said, the legislation of last October l provides that any compensation or pension benef...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

f ' 11 x' F*b. 1 •'• 3 New Location HANEY'S AUTOMOTIVE has moved to a new location. It is now COUNTY LINE AUTO PARTS & REPAIR. Located at 7000 Highway 78. Wylie TV & Furniture Flexsteel & Tell-City Furniture County Line Auto M/TO PARTS M/TO PARTS PARTS & SERVICE 7000 So. Hwy. 78 Wylie,Tex as (LAVON HWY. AT SACHSE) 442-5486 STORE OPEN: SERVICE AVAILABLE: MON.-SAT. 8-6 SUNDAY - 10-3 MON. - FRI. 8 - 5 SATURDAY 8 - 3 QUALITY PARTS & SERVICE AT MODERATE PRICES 0 6 e % .8 COMPLETE ENGINE SERVICE , \ o, <<s V o 9 e MARY KAY CONSULTANT FOR COMPLIMENTARY FACIALS and REORDERS FREE DELIVERY - Call JEAN NEW PH. * (405-1 150) 'N^RSTEILAR SPACE Search station "We just picked up (be first words from another planet: 'If elected, I promise to control inflation..."' 105 N. Ballard Wylie, Tex 75098 442-5700 TURNER PLUMBING & REMODELING WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT CITY CONVENIENCE w ith COUNTRY PRIVACY ROLLING TERRAIN TREES - STREAMS - PONDS From Z to 20 Acres Northeast Dallas C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

F• b. 1983 SACN8E SENTINEL Pag* 15 CLASSIFIED House wiring & electrical repair for Sachse area. Commercial wiring . Cail Jerry Holmes 475-0078 YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE ! ! /fcastles cleaned spic & span. Reli- able, responsible. Donna 494-3262 SECURITY SYSTEMS: Alarm sys- tems installed. Licensed, bonded , insured. Free estimates. 276-5774 Responsible Sachse teenager would like to baby sit. Experienced with babies & small children. Shellie Lane. 495-1782 • • • • • Alterations and light sewing, button holes, hems. Reasonable Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 MATH TUTOR : For grades 3rd - 12th. For information call Ruth FranKlin. 495-7794 Child care in my home or your home 495-1102 Piano Instruction: Graduate degree. Specializing in beginning students. Lynda Porter vVatkins 424-2242 Murphy MAID EASIER - Housecleaning . Quality work, bonded, references. Delores 495-0958 Martha 530-0402 BABY SITTING : Wanting to care lor child. MY home in Sachse South Estates. Days 495-1686...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 February 1983

'1 OF HEALTH What Is Flu? The actual definition of "flu" is: an infectious di- sease caused by the influen- za virus. However, the word is commonly used to de- scribe severe colds and si- nus infections as well as influenza. Most people say they have the "flu" when they refer to a severe bout of illness similar to a cold but with fever, aches and pains added. Relief of discomfort, plenty of rest and fluids is the best treatment for flu-like symptoms. Since doctors know of no cure for the flu or a cold, the best treatment is plenty of rest and fluids while keeping the patient as comfortable as possible. Dog Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 275 An ordinance of the City of Sachse, Texas providing ani- mal control code applying to both dogs arid cats, requiring annual registration, rabies vac- cination, prohibiting dogs from running at large; pro- viding of impoundment pro- cedures and fees; providing for the enforcement of this ordi- nance; providing for a penalty and declaring an emergency. FI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

THE ICIIE SEHIIRE1 # 'Communicating With The Community' 9 8 3 March MONTHLY PUBLISHED S A C H S E VOL. Ball Players Receive Pointers I ET'S PLAY BALL: Bobby Johnson, catcher for the Texas Rangers, gives some good pointers to Sachse's Pony League baseball team which is made up of boys 12-13 years old. Johnson, who instructed the ball clinic, gave a fast workout and warmup while giving pointers on catching, throwing and batting to help Sachse's baseball players get in shape for the upcoming baseball and softball season. "My first time at bat with the Rangers, 1 hit a home run", Bobby Johnson said. i. nAfi/ row- Bobby Johnson, Texas Ranger's catcher, and Charles Darling, BoosteiXKib president. FRONT ROW: L-R John Darling, Scot Sm,th. Monty Ash worth, Kevin Crews. SECOND ROW: L-R Seo. Ctsneros. Larry Dean, Kenny Anderson, Mike Koscheski. Baseball Registration The Booster Club woujd like to urge all Softball and Baseball players to sign up NOW. If you have picked up an ap- plication from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

in— wi w rn;n DtlMH iiMai mfii I ' r S jr t ; i r I THE SACHSE SENTINEL 530-1100 • 500 Highway 78 SACHSE.TEXAS 75008 Distributed free to all homes in Sachse the first week of each month 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. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SACHSE SENTINEL -20th. Of Each Month- LETTER POLICY The Sachse Sentinel welcomes letters to the editor. The Sentinel requests letters be brief, 250 words or less. All letters must be signed by the writer with address and telephone number to verify the letter's authenticity. Name and address will be withheld upon request. The Sentinel reserves the right to edit all letters for libelous and ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

mm March 1 983 SACH8E 8ENTINEL Page 3 Bike-A-Thon Planned for Sachse The Southwest Regional office of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has announced today that Chief John Holley has agreed to the chairman- ship of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Bike-A-Thon in Sachse, Texas. SJCRH, founded by entertainer Danny Thomas, is the world's leading institute for the study of 'awards presented N Garland Independent School District's Communica- tions Department learned the results of the Texas School Public Relations Association's (TSPRA) annual print and audio-visual competitions at the association's annual con- ference. A total of 17 awards was won by the staff and in- cluded five Awards of Excel- lence and twelve Awards of Merit. This is the third conse- cutive year that the department has received more recognition than any other Texas school district in TSPRA's contests. Some 342 entries were sub- mitted for the print contest by school districts and school- related agencies...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

m ■ mBM ■ ■ • p«g« 4 8ACH8E SENTINEL March 1983 Recipes That Deal A Winning Hand Dismal winter weather doesn't have to dampen your spirits or spoil a chance to get together with friends. When you have a case of the "I can't stand being indoors another day" blues, here's an ideal booster that should provide hours of fun. Invite friends and fami- ly to join you for an UNO party. UNO can be played by as many as 10 people, and children, teens, adults and senior citizens can play as equals. To keep energy levels high during the fast-paced UNO games, serve these delicious snacks. They're easy to prepare and can be made in advance, so you won't miss one round of play. NUMEROUNO BAKED HONEY CRUNCH You won't want to "Skip" this delightful snack 3 quarts popped popcorn 1/2 cup butter 1 cup light brown sugar 1/4 cup honey 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon vanilla Preheat oven to 250°. Spread popcorn in a large buttered baking pan. Melt butter; stir in brown sugar, honey and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

March 1 983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 5 Marcy Miltenberger Recognized gisd invite Public to Textbook Hearing a!! Heart pounding, Marcy Miltenberger stepped onto the stage for what is usually the most dreaded part of any beauty pageant, the swimsuit competition. Though the adrenalin was flowing and her pulse throb- ing, she radiated the con- fidence and serenity of one who is accustomed to the glare of the spotlight. Competitiveness is routine for a woman who began show- ing horses in the ring when she was 11 years old. Miss Miltenberger is a full- time North Texas State Univer- sity student majoring in infor- mation systems. She is the daughter of Doug and Jeanne Miltenberger of 4402 Sachse Road, residents of Sachse for 17 years. Miss Miltenberger has strik- ing good looks. She is 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds, and has blond hair and green eyes. She has a warm per- sonality and a constant smile for her friends. Last summer Miss Milten- berger represented Collin County in the Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

■MM V |H J 3 M i Y M 3 3 SfcH3A3 ClJf Hi1#M P«9« 6 8ACH3E SENTINEL March 1993 SCCS Presents Good Samaritan Program Stephen Rotan and Perry Butler in The Good Samaritan. The students of Sachse Community Christian School went to the Serenity Haven Nursing home in Garland to present a Valentine Program and Party for the residents. Several mothers and a grand- mother helped provide trans- portation and then helped serve refreshments to those who attended. Some of the refreshments and most of the decorations were prepared by the students. The children visited with the residents before entertaining. The 2- and 3-year-olds did a short play about LOVE as demonstrated in the story of the Good Samaritan. Then the 4-year- olds sang a song in sign language. The kindergarten and first grade class did a short If you are experiencing failure, or if a greater success might be expected as a result of your effort and ability, make an in-depth study of yourself. Determine whether an unhealthy thought ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

March 19 8 3 SACHSE SENTINEL Pig* 7 Library AUXILIARY SIGN NEW MEMBERS at Kids Krusade Assembly of God Notes by Joyce Koscheski SATURDAY MORNING MATH TUTORING TO BE OFFERED AT LIBRARY rs. Ruth Franklin has volunteered to assist students who need extra help with their math classes. She will be on hand at the library the 2nd Saturday of each month for the rest of the school year. She will be working with 3rd-5th graders from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. and with 6th-12th graders from 11:00 - 12:00. Students should bring their school math books and examples of any special problems they need help with. They should also bring paper and pencils. The library is pleased to be able to offer this service. There is no charge for the sessions. For more information, plase call the library at 530-0426. DATES OF MATH TUTORING SESSIONS March 12 April 9 May 14 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 3rd- 5th grades 6th-12th grades Sachse Ladies Auxiliary signed two new members to their club at their February 15 meeting. They...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

. HI ■ • MawfMI Pag* 8 SACHSE SENTINEL March 1983 GARLAND FEDERAL HITS NEW HIGH At the 47th annual meeting of the Garland Federal Savings and Loan Association, share- holders were informed that the association currently has reach- ed a record SI 18 million in assets and paid savers $11,625,000 in interest and dividends during 1982. Joe F. Holt, president, reported to the shareholders the financial condition of Garland Federal, pointing to a strong growth pattern during a year which was most difficult for the savings and loans throughout the nation. The shareholders re-elected W.R. Allen, Jr., Doug Butler and Ray Boyd as members of the board of directors for another three-year term. Boyd continues as a chairman and Max Smith is vice chairman. A.D. Jackson, Jr., and H.A. "Bud" Walker were re- elected as advisory directors. Mrs. Linda Creps, an em- ployee of Garland Federal for seven and a half years, was promoted to an officer of the association with the title of In- ternal Auditor. A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

March 1983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 9 GWMfs Rogers - Anderson Tammy Marie Anderson of Sachse and Andrew R. Rogers of Richardson exchanged wed- ding vows at Mt. Calvary Bap- tist Church, Saturday, Febru- ary 19, 198V The Rev. David Beumeler officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson of Sachse. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers of Dallas. Given in marriage by her parents the bride chose a white gown of soft knit chiffon. The Victorian neckline was trim- med in Schiffli embroidery and seed pearls. A flounce of Chantilly lace on the yoke enhanced the bishop sleeves and fitted bodice to the llatter- ing natural waistline. Appli- ques of Chantilly lace were scattered over the A-line skirt that fell to u deep flounce of Wedgewood lace. The back of the skirt had soft flounces of Wedgewood lace that covered the Semi-Cathedral train. Tina Anderson, sister of the bride, served a1- maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Kim Keen, Laurie Ackerman of Garland and Alene...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

MBM| - s@gm( 31 Texas Cities Receive Bingo Checks State Comptroller Bob Bullock in February sent checks totaling $376,200 to 43 Texas counties and 31 cities who have legalized charity bingo and levied the optional 2-percent local tax. Bullock said allocation was more than twice the size of the last rebates he sent local governments in November. "Since we started making these payments to local governments who have ap- proved charity bingo and levied the tax, we have sent them a total of more than $677,000," Bullock said. "At this rate we will send local governments more than a million dollars from this revenue source this year, the first year for legal bingo in our state." Biggest check went to Harris County, where 116 Houston area organizations licensed to conduct bingo games by the Comptroller's Bingo Regula- tion Division brought in taxes of $50,926. Biggest check to a city went to Arlington, which received $5,852 in revenue collected from nine organizations con- ducting games in ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

t 8 « t rt a i • M J9MITM38 22HDAI 0( *6«* March 1 983 SACHSE SENTINEL Pag* 11 4 Can You Read? Read the following paragraph through, and try to keep your face straight while you are reading. Maybe you think you are a good reader. Here's your chance to prove it: "It will afford me great pleasure tonight to read your minds should be at work concocting puddings and pies is the work of some deacons are very necessary to properly organize rat hunting parties should never cease eating what they catch is the habit of all beasts of prey let me always have an abundance of calf rope there is a decided shortage here of brains much could be said about buck- wheat batter more should be said and written to me it seems preposterous to do some things such as spanking babies in public should be discontinued until they are bald- headed few man can think seriously over love affairs many lives are wrecked buying spring hats for their wives is an art never to be acquired are nature's gifts such as chasi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

P«9« IS SACH8E SENTINEL March 1SS3 TEXTBOOK ADDED Selection of a textbook for eighth grade civics has been added to this year's textbook adoptions. Garland Indepen- dent School District was noti- fied by the Texas Education Agency of the supplemental adoption of the eighth grade civics textbook. The samples of the five text- books that have been approved by the State Board of Educa- tion for local adoption will be on display at GISD's Instruc- tion Resource Center (IRC), 221 South Ninth Street, begin- ning the week of March 7. Citi- zens are encouraged to visit the IRC and to examine the text- books. A public hearing concerning the adoption of the eighth grade civics textbook will be Mon., March 14 at 3:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Ad- ministration Building, 720 Stadium Drive. Patrons who wish to express their opinions about the textbooks are asked to attend. The Central Textbook Com- mittee will meet on Thurs., March 17 at 3:30 p.m. at the same location and will hear the recomm...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

March 1 983 8ACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 13 There Ought To Be A Law! Imagine a football game in which the rules change for every two yards of the field. That means fifty dif- ferent sets of rules apply de- pending on the location of the ball. If playing under those conditions sounds dif- ficult, then try to imagine what it's like to be a manu- facturer who sells a product in fifty states. •Recently, an alarming nber of lawsuits based on product-related injuries has been filed against manu- facturers. These suits have created confusion among consumers and manufactur- ers. The reason? Rules for deciding injury cases, known as product liability law, vary from one state to the next. Because there are no uni- form federal guidelines for these laws, it could be that no one will be playing ball in the near future. Football helmet manu- facturers, for example, say they are in deep trouble because of the current product liability laws. Court decisions have placed the blame for numerous foot- ball in...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

A H09MN0IMM p«9 14 8ACH8E SENTINEL Mareh1«83 i«MNWMNIIHIMMI VA Makes Effort to Collect Debts The Veterans Administra- tion and Department of Justice now are two years into their ef- fort in Texas and elsewhere to collect debts owed by veterans who attended school under the GI Bill. Most of the monies owed the VA stem from educational overpayments while the veteran was in school or from defaulted education loans. Under VA's program of col- lecting debts of $1,200 or less, VA District Counsel Offices in Texas so far have received * more than 22,700 debt cases totaling more than $13,600,- 000. In response to VA demand letters, 5,928 Texas veterans already have repaid or agreed to repay a total of more than 13,163,000 in lump sums or through repayment plans. The District Counsels also have filed suit in state and federal courts on 1,996 cases totaling $1,094,396. The U.S. Attorneys have filed on ano- ther 614 VA cases during the last two years. VA's aim is to collect the debts in instan...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

March 1983 SACHSC SENTINEL IE TO ADVERTISE OR REPORT NEWS Phone 530-1100 CLASSIFIED $114.3 Million in Sales Tax Returned State Comptroller Bob Bullock returned $114.3 million in local sales tax payments to 974 cities who levy the one-percent city sales tax. Although the payment is the largest single one returned to cities since the rebates began in 1968, Bullock warned mer- chants and city officials not to make too much of it. Biologists Tracking Whitney Stripers Striped bass fishermen at Lake Whitney are asked by the Texas Parks and Wildlife De- partment to be alert for stripers equipped with tags and ultra- sonic transmitters. Biologist Chuck Mulford of Fort Worth said six stripers ranging in size from seven to 14 pounds were tagged and given transmitter implants during November, and he expects 30 more to be processed this month. Mulford said the transmit- ters are inserted into the fish's body cavity through a small in- cision, so the only visible evi- dence would be the yellow n...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 March 1983

JJtfNMBMmMcnMMN Pag* 16 3ACHSE SENTINEL March 1983 iiuniWJiti mmmmmm js- IN PICTURES Whooping Cranes Are Thriving TIP The whoopers are back! In December, the rare whooping cranes completed their annual 2,500-mile commute from summer nesting in Canada to their winter resort at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge on -Vohe Texas coast. The world's largest flock of whoopers—the most pro- tected bird in North A mer i ca—shares the 54,000-acre sanctuary with other endangered species, more than 300 varieties of birds and mammals and petroleum prospectors who have been drilling for oil and natural gas in the area since petroleum was dis- covered there in 1939. Conoco Inc., which held leases on the site even before it was established as a refuge in 1937, has produced 5.7 million barrels of oil and 204 billion cubic feet of natural gas there since beginning production in 1947, without harming the environment or en- check list coul be worth a check to you. We're Texas Power and Light. And we'...

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