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

MAY 1 083 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 5 30 TH ANNIVERSARY Sachse's First Baptist Church will be celebrating her church and pastor's 30th Anniversary in May. k Before the summer of 1953, the Sachse community was without a Baptist church. It was during the summer of 1953 that Billy Harris of Farmersville, Texas, drove through the community and felt impressed of the Lord to begin a Baptist church. After knocking doors and canvassing the area, the community's response brought the young prea- cher's dream to reality. On May 10, 1953, First Baptist Church of Sachse was origi- nated with fourteen charter members. Not having a building, worship services were conducted in a tent for the first few months. With most of the construction done by the churchmem- bers, a building was com- pleted by the church's first year anniversary. As the community of Sachse grew, so did the church's facilities and membership. During these 30 years, First Baptist Church Sachse has known only one pastor, the founder: Bi...

Publication Title: Sachse Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse Sentinel — 1 May 1983

' at < -t r SlSSii (I Pag* 6 SACHSE SENTINEL MAY 1083 If 4 LOOKING FOR A SPIRITUAL CHURCH ? Try The First Pentecostal Church at Sachse, Texas 6500 Highway 78 495-1106 B GE59BE SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE 10:00 SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE 7:00 TUESDAY EVENING SERVICE 7:30 PRAYER SERVICE EVERY THIRD FRIDAY EVENING 7:30 JEDC B.J.'s HAIRPLACE COMPLETE STYLES FOR MEN & WOMEN 20% Discount lo Senior Citizens on Wednesdays Sorority Elect Officers g The members of Zeta Omi- cron Chapter met in the home of Lee Miller for the April business meeting and the initia- tion of new members. Elected to office for the next yea: are President. Thelma Stanton; First Vice President. Ellen Anderson; Second \'ice President. Pat Windsor; Secre- tary. Dorothy Marsh; Trea- surer. Bett> Gour; and Exten- sion Officers. Lee Miller and Jan McCroan. A former member was rein- stated as an active member, Linda Crisler. Initiation of three new members, Nelda Gaines, Liz Hall, and Beth Jacobson, followed the business ...

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

MAY 1083 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 7 (city council) Councilman Stewart read a letter to the PUC in regards to GTE's proposal on Measured Rate Service. Stewart said he could see no real benefit to fixed income people and it would cost them more. The let- ter will be sent to the PUC. Anderson reported the checking account and savings account had been consolidated into Money Market accounts. Adjourned at 7:55 p.m. APRIL 18, 1983 Prior to public hearings a work session on all agenda items was held at 6:00 p.m. A public hearing was held at 7:00 p.m. on approximately 50 acres of land on Ben Davis Road, (J. L. Barger property) to consider changing zoning from R-5 and R-4 to C-l and R-5 zoning. A public hearing was held at 7:30 p.m. on approximately 41 acres on Sachse Road (next to West Creek Estates) to con- sider zoning changes from R-3 to R-4 zoning (due to a conflict of interest Councilman Bailey removed himself from the council seat). A public hearing was held at 8:00 p.m. on approximately ...

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

mm P««« • 8 A C H 8 E SENTINEL MAY1983 Big Turnout For Bike-A-Thon EMfTtRV SRCHSI Police Chief John Holly reported the April 9 Bike-A-Thon was a great success. He said more than 30 youngsters turned out for the event which was to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. It was a beautiful day and some of the young people did not want to stop riding, Chief Holly said. Members of the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department assisted the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5076 and the Ladies Auxiliary in their Lite-A-Bike Safety program by putting safety tape on the bikes of 35 riders in the Bike-A-Thon that was held on April 9 wk, ■ «>! .:* *:(/• | s Step - N Out Floors RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • CARPET • VINYL • PARQUET • TILE 495-4122 6507 INDUSTRIAL - SUITE 1 SACHSE (next to Prat«r« Body Shop Pat Seaman Explains Furniture Refinishing to Homemakers Pat Seaman, Dallas County Extension Agent, presented a pro- gram on refinishing furniture to members and guests of the Sunny Sac...

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

Commissioners Revelw County Library Policy Dallas County Commissioners' Court is reviewing its policies for the County Library System for area cities which receive coun- ty funding for library services. The county's contribution as a percentage of the total libray budget ranges from 26% to 92°/o. Sachse's library share from the county is 92%. The Commissioners' Court staff believes fundamental policy questions include: 1-Should the county provide for library services? ' 2-Should the current policy of providing funding for cities up to 25,000 population be continued? 3-Should any change in policy recognize: (a) an equalization of the county's contribution as a percent of the total library budget, and/or (b) a city's ability to fund library services. 4-Should a point in time be selected for reducing or eliminating county funding for library services? Community libraries currently in the County Library System are Balch Springs, Cedar Hill, Coppell, Sachse, De Soto, Hut- chins, Lancaste...

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

4)1 Sandwich Supper Enjoyed By Auxiliary & Fire Dept. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Sachse Fire Department were hosts to their husbands and guests and members of the Fire Department and their wives on Tuesday, April 19. More than 40 people attended the sandwich POLICE REPORT SACHSE POLICE REPORT - MARCH, 1983 Total hours worked by regular police officers 599'/j hours Total hours worked by reserve police officers 281 hours Total amount of municipal court cases filed 128^^ Total amount of felony cases filed with district attorney Total mileage driven during the month of March ... 11,660 miles Summary of Incidents for March Arrests 9 Accidents 1 Suspicious Vehicles 4 Suspicious Persons 4 Family Disturbances 2 Animal Calls 5 Thefts 4 Prowler Calls I Disorderly Conduct 1 Motorist Assistance 1 Theft of Gas 1 Other Disturbances Trespassing Missing Persons Attempted Suicides Burglary of Motor Vehicle Attempted Burglary Trash Dumping Burglary Residence Attempted Rape Vandalism Total Calls ...

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

MAY 1983 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 11 * * I INFLATION-FIGHTING FOOD IDEAS "Jf , ■& ECONOMY DISH FOR SUMMER PARTIES Late spring is the tra- ditional time to open the season for outdoor parties and gatherings featuring fes- tive foods. Many smart homemakers are aware of rice as an eco- nomical basis for budget- stretching meals. Some may not be aware that this nu- tritious food makes a mar- velous base for cold salads as well as hot dishes. This recipe for Golden Rice Salad teams cooked rice (simmer it in chicken broth for extra flavor!) with crunchy celery and chopped pickles, ripe olives and color- ful pimientos. Hard-cooked eggs add extra protein and texture interest. YOUR GARDEN Don't Lose Sight Of Safety Don't lose sight of safety when you're gardening or mowing your lawn. Rocks, sticks or other debris thrown from mowers present a serious threat to the eye. The National Society to Prevent Blind- ness, now celebrating its 75th anniversary, urges wear- ing goggles—which are light- w...

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

Page 12 8ACH8E SENTINEL MAY 1*83 m GROSSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY SINCE 1890 114 EAST SIDE OF THE SQUARE DOWNTOWN GARLAND Phone (2Nl 276-9568 GARLAND, TEXAS ymm ,s ,r ,s ,r ff. r.00g f y/rWA'-' "■ North Side Sharpening Service - Sales & Service - 1110 LA VON DR. GARLAND, TEXAS 75040 272-6101 Lawn Mower Repairs & Complete Tune-Ups WE SHARPEN SAW BLADES HAND SAWS STEEL & CARBIDE ELECT. TOOL REPAIR SCISSORS BUILDER TOOLS ALL WORK GUARANTEED | ^ ■ ■ i) WYLIE TV & CB WE REPAIR ATARI GAMES AND COMPUTERS A SL E Enterprises 2 1 3 E. Buckingham Garland Lawn Mower Repairs — SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS REPAIR ELECTRICAL TOOLS i Work guaranteed JIM JOHNS The Sign Man Acrylic & Styrofoam Letters Custom Magnetic & Painted Signs fmi ESTIMATES - INSURED (214) 398-6336 FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP UP TO 35% OFF Homeowner Gary D. Sawyer 27 1-2455 Symbol of Superior Servk* AUTO • LIFE • HOME MEMBER Life Round Table Compare 20% Off Auto (must qualify) 1008 - D Stonewall Gariand - 75043 TV & ...

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

MAY 1083 SACHSE 8ENTINEL Pag* 13 This long-awaited silver coin offers a unique oppor- tunity to own a piece of American history today. h H H S S H i H I 5 5 5 5 A new coin honoring our nation's first President also represents some "firsts" for our own era. It is the first time since 1954 that there has been a U.S. half dollar issued exclusively as a com- memorative and the first time since 1964 that a 90 percent silver coin has been produced by the United States Mint. Congress and the Presi- dent of the United States have authorized the United States Mint to strike up to ten million silver commemo- rative half dollars to recog- nize the 250th anniversary of the birth of George Washington. The frosted relief design and high luster of the background of the proof coin result in the gem-like beauty of this coin. The proofs are individually struck twice and possess magnificent detail. They are available at unit cost, or in lots of 100 at a bulk rate. A brilliant coin finish enhances the ...

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

SACHSE GROCERY W — — « * * ' 6120 Hwy. 78 Sachse 495.1214 DR. PEPPER - 16 oz. .38 DR. PEPPER FREE 6/pk Cans 1.49 COKE 6/pk Diet 1.99 16 oz 38 PEPSI 16 oz. Diet 40 Pepsi Free 40 16 oz. 6/pk 2.30 SPRITE (16 oz.) 38 SUNKIST (16 oz.) 38 CRUSH DRINK (16 oz.) 38 A & W ROOT BEER 38 (All Plus Tax) OPEN 7 DAYS 6:00 AM 10:00PM WEEKEND Sat. & Sun. Only .HOMEMADE B-B-Q BEEF Sandwich or By Tha lb. .HOMEMADE MENUDO .FRESH CORN TORTILLAS Homamada Homemade Sandwiches Everyda (call In-lt will ba raady) *HOT LINKS 95* •SLOPPY JOES 59* *BOLOGNA 1.79 lb.* * PRESSED HAM 2.45 lb.* ^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa | CARLSON HEATING & * AIR CONDITIONING CO. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Visa * Master Charge HIGHWAY 78 -SACHSE 276 3828 Friedrich Authorized Dealer a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa«< I CORNER STORE New & Used Furniture Hardware Appliances Miscellaneous 495-0247 Now Open SPECIALS—SAVINGS SUGAR BEAR NEW & NEARLY NE...

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

MAY 108 3 SACH8E SENTINEL Pag* 15 $500. REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF PERSON OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WHICH CRASHED INTO BRICK WALL AT SALMON STREET AND SACHSE ROAD SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 17th. YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS BY CALLING THE SACHSE POLICE AND GIVING THEM THE INFORMATION AND RECEIVING AN IDENTIFICATION NUMBER FISHING REPORT Fewer Drownings In 1982 Drownings and water- related fatalities decreased dur- ing 1982, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said. Water safety officials documented 531 drownings during the year, compared to 572 in 1981 and 575 in 1980. Swimming accounted for the most victims, with 164 deaths; falls, 75; fishing, 53; wading, 44, and 36 miscellaneous. A total of 27 persons died in ac- cidents where motor vehicles fell into the water. There were I8l deaths in lakes; % in rivers; 60 in tanks, ponds and pits; 54 in the gulf and bays, 54 in creeks, bayous, resacas and streams, and 52 in pools. Aproximately 67 percent of the f...

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

mm «a«45^:iv. -«* -<&.'■■■ ■ - . Pag* 16 SACHSE SENTINEL MAY 1083 CLASSIFIED House wiring & electrical repair tor Sachse area. Commercial wiring. Call Jerry Holmes 442-3939 I YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE ! ! Castles 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, button holes, hems and zippers and buttons replaced. Free estimates. Call Betty 495-1176 MATH TUTOR : For grades 3rd - lZth. For information call Ruth Franklin. 495-7794 Lawn mowing & shredding. Large and small lots. 495-1386 Would you like to know which colors make you look your oest ? Full and mini seminars. Call 442-193b or 495-7575. 10:00-12:00 & 3:00-8:00 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED CaU SACHSE SENTINEL 530- 1 100 * CLASSIFIED RATES * 15 words . . $1. 25 . . (minimu...

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

■% THE SHCHSE 5EIITIIIE1 "Communicating With The Community' VOL. 8 NO. 6 SACHSE, TEXAS 5 30-1100 PUBLISHED MONTHLY JUNK 10 8 3 Library Crisis Editor's note: All area residents who are interested in keeping a library in Sachse need to read and respond to this article. On May 23 a compromise subsidy reduction proposal for the County Public Library System was worked out during a briefing session after the formal County Commissioner's Court meeting. Under the original proposal Sachse and three other system member cities would have had their book budgets of $5,212.00 cut in fiscal 1984 and would have had to match that figure out of each city budget to remain in the system. In fiscal 1985 the county salary payment of $4,249.00 would be deleted and picked up by the cities. This would leave the support service from the county library staff, which would be cut off at 25,000 population. Sachse's library budget for 1983 is approximately $3,800.00. After much discussion, sparked by Commissioner...

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

JUNK 1111 THE 8ACH8E SENTINEL 890-1100 8800 Highway 78 8ACH8E,TEXAS 76008 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 biought 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- Council Notes MAY 2, 1983 Prior to the council meeting, a work session was held to dis- cuss all agenda items along with a new police building. The regular meeting was opened at 7:30 p.m. with all members present. P&Z recommended that Mr. Jefferies' request for a variance of parking pad on Williams St. be rejected. Council supported P&Z. Ms. C. Olivo requested a special use permit to sell...

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

Medical Care for VETS Broadened New instructions sent to Veterans Administration medi- cal facilities in the Rocky Mountain and Texas-Gulf areas broaden dramatically the access to VA medical care for veterans who have problems which they attribute to nuclear radiation. VA Administrator Harry Walters directed the agency's Department of Medicine and Surgery to revise the guidelines on that subject after he was ad- vised that those who relate medical problems to radiation are treated differently from veterans who attribute their disabilities to Agent Orange. The change was announced re- cently in testimony before the Senate Veterans Affairs Com- mittee. Both groups were accorded special medical privileges in November 1981 in legislation (PL 97-72) that required VA's Chief Medical Director to de- termine the medical problems to be treated under rules that normally govern only service- connected conditions. In authorizing that care, Congress expressed no view as to what conditions, if an...

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

Tips To Help You Double duty . . . sprout heorts of celery in jars of water on kitchen counter. They'll look pretty and the tops can be snipped for us in salads and soups. Americans Are Eating Healthier- Even At Breakfast SNUG STROGANOFF DIP SUGARLESS SNACKS Children love snacks. And much to the chagrin of the dental profession, they love snacks filled with sugar. According to the Ameri- can Dental Hygienists' As- sociation, when sugar reacts with the bacteria in your mouth, plaque is formed on your teeth. The acid from the plaque causes tooth decay. Research has shown that how often sugars are eaten, how long they stay in the mouth and the type of food eaten also play an important pert in the decay process. To help you combat tooth decay and satisfy your children's sweet tooth, the American Dental Hy- gienists' Association sug- gests the following snack recipes that do not contain table sugar, honey or syrups: APRICOT CANDY 1/3 cup grated coconut 3/4 cup chopped pecans 1 teas, lemo...

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

JUI n« * MEMORIAL HONORS FOUR FOR 25 YEARS SERVICE Four members of the Memorial Hospital of Garland Board of Directors were honored for 25 years of service to the hospital and member- ship on the board at the 1982 annual meeting. Receiving 25 year service pins and plaques were Earl Luna, President; William Holland, Vice President; Russell Shaner, Secretary; and Ruby Sebesta expresses her appreciation at the May 16 council meeting as she is presented a plaque for her past work on the city council. Max Scheid, Treasurer. They were also named life members of the Memorial Hospital of Garland Corporation. In 1958, intensive work by a Chamber of Commerce com- mittee, under the presidential direction of Max Scheid, began to investigate the need for a community hospital. Findings of this committee showed that not only were the hospital beds needed, but that a not-for- profit hospital could be self- supporting. The hospital would not be owned by the City of Garland, nor by the county, state ...

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

ORBDS-CONGHtnunraE on q job well done ,v [Pt1 \ A : 5^ M 83 TO THE GRADUATE What J Would Wish You, Dear Young Friend: (lusr enough EXPERIENCE seasoned with heartache sc I that you can separate dreams from illusions ... DENIAL touched with indifference so that you will always- try harder—struggle just a little more—to reach your goal, or to taste victory . . . HARD WORK—lots of it—so that you might grow blisters on your hands but not on your attitudes . . . DEFEAT, occasionally, in order that your backbone may be stiffened and your emotional muscles strengthened . .. NEED so that you will never be afraid to reach out to others for help, nor will fail to comprehend that others may have need of you . . . FRUSTRATION in order that you will have to begin again, to pick up the shattered pieces and know what it is to have to start over . .. FEAR; fear of competition, fear of weakness, and fear of failure so that you will always avoid being the destructive B's—boastful, blase, and bored .. ...

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

Garland Resident - $100.00 Winner y Teresa and Lonnie Allen of Garland were the winners of the $100.00 grocery certificate. LaRue Whatley, left, trea- surer of the Ladies Auxiliary, presents the certificate to Mrs. Allen, right. Pictured in center are their children, Tammy and Teresa. WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS" 4/--., _ / •_ € WYLIE T FLOWER & GIFT SHOP-^ MARTHA KING - BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837 Drawer D Wylie, Texas \ Aerobics "Pius" Available in Sachse Area Summer is almost upon us and with it the need for a variety of fun but meaningful activities both in and out of doors. This sum- mer a new program is being offered in the sachse area by Aero- bics "Plus". The schedule includes classes for children, teens and adults. Morning, afternoon and evening classes are available and all classes are taught by certified instructors. "Aquacize" or water exercise has gained popularity in the metroplex during recent years. It provides a thorough non-aerobic workout with sp...

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

1983 * A •% « i r u c t 4ewnn«i u • a * r% Library GISD TRUSTEES VOTE FOR COMPUTER PROGRAM Notes by Judy Helton SADDLE UP! It's time to get back in the saddle again with the Sachse Public Library's 1983 Reading Gub, READING RODEO! Special events and displays are being planned for a sum- mer long rodeo of fun. Some of the activities are: A weekly storytime, arts & crafts, rodeo film, filmstrips, prizes and more. . .check with the library each week to see the coming events. The Grand Entry begins with registration at the Library, Saturday, June 4, 1983, 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Each cowboy and cowgirl will be outfitted with a reading log to keep track of all books read on the trail, paper games and puzzles, an authentic book- mark, and a bronco bustin' certificate for all contestants who ride the rodeo to comple- tion, July 30, 1983. Grab your hat, buckle on your spurs and let's ride into a rodeo of fun! Head on up to the library! For more information, con- tact the library trail bo...

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