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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 5 Camp for Diabetic Youth Offers Fun and Instruction Every summer, over 300 diabetic children between six and 18 attend a camp near Gaines- ville. Some summer camps turn away a child with diabetes because of the special diet and medical needs. But Camp Sweeney, organized over 35 years ago, is a place for the diabetic to learn while having fun. All of the activities of a regular summer camp are offered: horseback riding, swimming, boating, fishing, arts and crafts, riflery and many more sports, plus movies, dances and carni- vals in the evenings. There are also sessions on medical and dietary information to help the campers take care of themselves and learn to live productive lives with their affliction under control. Diets are planned according to each individual's needs, giving the diabetic examples or how to exchange foods to include an oc- casional "treat" so he or she won't feel left out around friends at home. Located on rolling wooded acreage 10 miles northeast of Gainesv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 6 Police Reports Wylie Police Chief Royce Abbott reported the following from May 30-June 5: May 30: Criminal mischief was filed in a vandalism call in the 1100 block of Spring- wood. In a major accident at Lavonia Park, an injured person was taken to Wylie Community Hospital. A person bitten by a dog at Mallard Point was referred to Collin County Sheriff's office as the incident took place outside of Wylie city limits. May 31: No injuries in an accident at FM 3412 and Winding Oak. Suicide threats in the Kara Lane/Parker area were referred to Collin County. A report was taken on an assault at the Cottonbelt Apartments. Phone harassment was reported on I LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP OPEN SUNDAYS 494-6505 LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER (Castle & Lavon Dr.). GARLAND I Jackson. A fire was put out in a tree at t he Lemon Tree Estates in Lucas. Police found the vehiclei reported stolen in the 600 block of Marble. Officers arrested a person for attempted theft at FM 3412 and FM 1378. Police lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 7 !.■ MM 2M Alan D'Jock, son of Tom and Katherine D'Jock, Sachse, is the only freshman at North Garland High School to be named to the varsity football team. D'Jock threw the shotput 46.6 feet in the recent district tournament. "I had seniors pushing me in the district meet, but nobody reality pushed me in the city competition," said Alan, who will be working wi'h weights this summer. **★***★***************+***** STAR VIDEO Celebrate Our 3rdAYear Of Business! 3965 Parker Hd. (F.M. 1378 & Parker) 442-2612 New Hours: 12-9 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 10:30 a.m.- 9p.m. Sat. Come nnd see us! We're located just 5 minutes outside of Wylie. We have a drop slot for your con- venience! FREE Membership Coming Attractions Benji the Hunted WaJI Street Full MetaJ Jacket Nuts New Releases Overboard [ ataJ Attraction Fatal Beauty hrow Momma From the Train CELEBRATE OUR 3rd ANNIVERSARY! REGISTER TO WIN A FREE MOVIE! Please present advertisement lor new membership. Exp. 6-30-88 CHRONIC PAIN t •'ty 1 RESO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 8 Sachse's Garland High School Headliners AUDRA A TKINS, daughter of Jack and Carol Atkins, will attend Stephen F. Austin. DANA MORGAN, daughter of Richard and Dema Morgan, will go to Richland College to major in business. MELISSA 'MISSY- WOODS, daughter of Gary and Beverly Woods, will enter Richland College. GIN A ADAMS, daughter of Frank and Sylvia Adams, will be joining the U.S. Army with plans to be a veterinariar. She will go to Walter Reed HuzpitaJ in Washington, D.C., and then spend three years in Europe. t SHELL! STANTON, daughter of Larry and Chann Stanton, will attend Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches and major in agriculture economics. H / KERRY CRAIG, daughter of John and Pat Craia, will attend Richland College for para-legal preparation. TROYKIRCHENBAUER, son of Ron and Linda Kirchen- bauer, will go to Richland College for two years and will then study chiropractics. DIANE SEDGWICK and her parents, Bill and Suzanne Sedgwick, will move to West Chester, Ohio this mont...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

w ff* f!i < <n * M Wylie High School's Dena Go wens gave the valedictory speech for the class of '88 and Todd Sellars gave the salutatorian address at graduation ceremonies June 2 at Pirate Stadium. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gowens and Dr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Sellars. Dena will attend Stephen F. Austin State University. Todd will enroll at UT-Austin. Chris Bishop wins a gold medal in the 50-meter run and a fourth place ribbon for the softball throw in the recent Dallas Area Special Olympics at Loos Stadium Complex. 4r DANCE STUDIO DUAMA TATIJ - Ow t S«tM« C« Ur #104 SKI J . MIf>«• • ?• jm m. iiiii moii 8 WEEK SUMMER SESSION JUNE 21 - AUGUST 1 1 •TAP' 'JAZZ' "TUMBLING* 'BALLET' •BATON TWIRLING' 'BOY'S SKILLS' •TODDLER ACTIVITIES' 'DANCERCIZE' AGES I MONTHS - ADULT CALL 495-0836 OR 530-1850 CASSIE ANNETTE ELLIS Floyd (Guy) and Gwen Ellis, Wylie, announce the arrival of Cassie Annette Ellis, 7 lbs., 10 oz., born May 24 at Wylie Community Hospital. Grandparents are...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 10 Wylie Merchants Preparing For Jubilee Days in July Residents in Wylie and nearby communities are looking forward to Jubilee Days which will take place on Ballard Street in down- town Wylie July 14, 15 and 16. Bev Nemer, secretary at the Wylie Chamber of Commerce, which is sponsoring the event, said that most of the local mer- chants will take part in the festivity. The newly-organized Wylie Women's League, headed by Jan Morgan, is planning the parade. The League just raised some $3,000 in their first fund-raiser which will benefit the Police Department. Curtis Shelton of the Ark Book Store heads the committee which will present gospel singing. A car- nival and street dance will be other highlights of the Jubilee. The dance, which will be held the final evening on blocked-off Ballard, attracted some 1200 people last year. Wylie Opry will organize this event. At the Chamber meeting Tues- day at Maria's Restaurant, agents from the Naturalization and Im- migration Office showed ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 11 SUPER SALE-MOVING! Something for every- one-miscellaneous furniture, stereos, recorder, Singer sewing machine, barrel saddle, skeet thrower, motorcycles, sofa sleeper, bedroom furniture, clothes, stationery, pen samples and much, much more. Sale will be inside. 107 S. Murphy Rd. (Murphy Corner) next to Countrystyle Real Estate. Murphy Rd./FM 544 intersection. 422-0720. June 10,11, 12. jMICROWAVE CONVECTION Foven, 650-watt8, $150. 10-gallon fish tank, complete set, $25. Baby bed w/mattress, $50. Century walker, $15. Century 200 car seat, $15. Century baby stroller, like new, $30. All excellent conditionl 475-6064. HI CLEANING SEVICE-Homes, business and apartment move-ins and outs. Good references. Free estimates. 10 years experience. Leave message, 475-0550. GARAGE SALE-June 11 & 12, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., 5206 Springcreek, Sachse. Arts & crafts, clothing, housewares, miscellaneous. HOSTESS SKIN CARE class. Learn new techniques. Call me for fantastic ideas. Earn incentives...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 12 Twins and twins - Right, Kathleen Noble, twin to Merleen Dodd, left, with their children, Kylee, 3, and newcomers Cameron Scott and Chelsea Anne, born May 17, and son, Chad Aaron, 13 months. The new twins also have a brother, Cody, 10. Dr. Roberto Stambulie, Wylie Community Hospital, delivered Chad (his first baby delivered here, April 14, 1987) and the twins. Craig and Kathleen live in Wylie and Kathleen's sister, Clara Dement, Dr. Stambulie's receptionist, lives in Lucas. Grandparents are Anna Pearl Noble, Brooksville, FL and the late Lawrence J. Noble and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens, Allen. The twins are fourth generation twins. C.A. KERIN D.V.M. Parker 'Road Veterinary 'Hospital 707 Parker Road Wylie, Texas 75098 (214) 442-6523 Your Calls Answered 24 Hours A Day Mon. - Fri. 8 • 6 Sat. 8 - Noon jinincrininaDDinaanEnfcriicintogimfrinftniPCT^nianinnibdiRniDninnifiniRnilP SEWING MACHINE REPAIR WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS FAST DEPENDABLE SERVICE We Sell ull SINGER and NE...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

\ GREG TAYLOR Sachse's Greg Taylor Valedictorian of Class Greg Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Taylor, Sachse residen t for 10 years, graduated as valedictorian from Canyon Creek Christian Academy, Richardson. President of his senior class and president of the American Christian Honor Society, Greg was named to Who's Who Among High School Students and the Society of Distinguished American High School students. He played football, basketball and baseball, earning all-conference first team as a defensive back, all - conference first team outfield and all-conference second team as a basketball guard. He was selected as his basketball team's most valuable player. Greg will attend Baylor University in the fall where he has been awarded a $6,000 Presidential Scholar- ship. Please give proof to my question, as I have seen a lot of confusion on this subject: "Can a saved person fall from grace and be lost?" The answer is YES and the proof is this: Galatians 5:1-4: "Stand fast therefore in...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 14 Feature Section A cry for help from a potential child abuser By Willard Copley Q. My problem is that I feel that someday, maybe soon, I'll hit my kids awfully hard and really harm them. With a temper that is some- times uncontrollable, I yell at them, and so far catch myself just before I use my hands, a belt, or anything else within my reach. I know it is my problem, not theirs, but I seem to have little control. They are small, only 2 and 4 years old. In calm moments I tell myself that they are acting normally based on their age when I scream, shake and get flushed. So far. no harm, but when will it come? How will I ever forgive myself Where can I go for help? A. You are not alone, and there is help available to you. You can write to the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse, 332 S. Michigan Ave. Abraham, Ph.D. News Service (Suite 950), Chicago. IL 60604-4357. They have a national network that extends throughout the states. After I wrote to them recently I recei...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

vate conversation you could learn a secret that gives you new hope. Your charisma is high, so take the lead and assert your personality with confidence. Finish up a project, collect moneys due you and move on to bigger things. SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 — Also Scorpio Ascendant) — Take a good hard look at your romantic dreams and expectations . how realistic are they9 It could be to your advantage to move ahead on plans revealed at a secret meet- ing. You're very persuasive now, |,o ask for what you need. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 — Also Sagittarius Ascendant) — Listen more than you talk and a puzzling career situation can be- come clear. Get involved in hu- manitarian projects that can ben- efit from your help Find a charm- ing place and have a romantic rendezvous with someone you love. CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 — Also Capricorn Ascendant) — Now you have the backing you need for advertising, publishing and educational enterprises. In- vestigate new career possibilitie...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

FBC Saehse 2412 Third St. Saehse "95-1142 WHAT? AGES? WHEN? TIME? WHERE? VBS IS COMING! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 4 YEARS THROUGH 6 T II GRADE MON-FRI, JUNE 13-17, 1988 9 A.M. UNTIL 12 NOON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SACIISE 2 4 12 THIRD STREET SAC USE, T X 75040 4 9 5-1 142 MORE INFORMATION ON .BACK #1* § 1 BUS ROUTE H 1 STOPS BUS ROUTE # 2 STOPS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 5th & Billingsley 5th & Boone 5th & Alexander West Creek & Meadow Creek West Creek & Willow Creek Peachtree & Willow Creek 6 Alberta & Trail Ridge Orchard & Willow Creek Orchard & Blossom £>-\° Orchard & Meadow Creek Orchard & Plum Park Lake & Spring Creek Park Lake & Park Lake Ct. Blossom & Park Lake Blossom & Brook Glenn Saehse Rd. & Getha Bailey & Anthony Williford & Anthony Williford & Coral Williford & Sable « Williford &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Qie Sentinel ;VOL. XIII, NO. 24 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JUNE 15, 1988 - '• h BP •' a*s5 ' ■ - •c;' * , * ' 4. . *<•• Wylie's Pirates finished their 1988 baseball season with a record of 24-4 and were state semi-finalists. Wylie was eliminated by Sin ton, 7-2, in the tournament in Austin last week . The team includes: first row, left to right, Steve McCormick, Michael Landers, Mark White, Mitch Harding, Rustv Police, Firemen Receive Gifts From Chamber of Commerce Harding, and Rick Green. Second row, Coach Sam Terry, John Minick, Chuck Bowers', Jason Brown, Wade Womack, Marcus Cisneros, Curtis Herrera, and Assistant Coach Phil Wilbanks. Not shown are Mark Watkins and Brian Flowers. Sinton Defeats Wylie En Route to State Title The Chamber of Com- merce's contributions Tues- day to Police Chief Tom Fenley and Fire Chief Jack Yates will provide three bulletproof vests for the policemen and attendance at Texas A&M College's 59th annual training school for 11 firemen. ^ The Chamber present...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 2 r(he Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1160 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 weekly to all homes in Sachse. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday Letters to the Editor: Dear Friends, Troop 12 would like to thank all the blood donors who participated in the recent blood drive here. Out of 28 people, 21 were able to give blood. Parkland officials were very pleased with the results of the drive. A big thanks also goes to the Sachse Fire Department for providing sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 3 JACKIE BONNER, Lake Lavon: "My kids • Mike, Carl a, Tracy. Raised by me in a single-parent home, they've all turned out really fine - good jobs, no bad habbits. I'm so proud of them." Sachse-ly Speaking Question of the week: Who do you admire most in the world today? ALL U i «:wh3K M 1H % m . : -'W } miimm I WESS PETERSDORF, Sachse: "Mike Tyson. He's 19, and so far in his professional career, he's had 32 wins, no losses and'30 knockouts." RICK DUBOSE, Sachse: HELEN QUINTANILLA, "My father. He was always Dallas: "Mother Teresa; strict, but fair and loving." Ralph Nader for sticking up for consumers; and Jesse Jackson for spunk." JOHN LLOYD, Garland: "I admire people who share what they have with others. Sometimes those who share have very little, but they care." IP FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE I ' • \ BFl)K(X)M CUSTOM HOMfc lor ChervI « Harvey Powers From left, John S. Cooper, president of First National Bank of Sachse; Walter and Fay Hailes, owner of 5 Star Custom Homes; Edw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 4 State Highway Department Opens Roadside Park at Lavon on Tuesday The first roadside park built in the State of Texas in 10 years will be formally ded- icated at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 21. A resolution by the City of Lavon officially names the new facility the Robert L. Yielding Park. The site is located on Highway 78, north of FM 6 in Lavon. The location was chosen because the rights of way were made available to the Texas State Department of Highways and Public Trans- portation by Roland and Nannette Boyd of McKinney and the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District. The Boyds are owners of the adjacent Abston-Bellew Cemetery which contains the grave site of the only American Revolu- tionary soldier buried in Collin County. Yielding retired in 1987 as Dallas district engineer for the State Department of High- ways and Public Transport- Rustic Oaks APARTMENT HOMES // M<umc CkKj 214-442-2221 • Well Designed 1,2 and 3 bedrooa floorplan* • Fire Sprinkler S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Police Reports Page 5 Wylie Police Chief Royce Abbott reported the following activity for his department June 6-12: June 6: Officers checked on a possible prowler in the 100 block of Calloway and in the 100 block of N. Jackson. LifeLine Ambulance took an injured person to the hospital from the 3500 block of Vinson. A report was taken on phone harassment in the 600 block of Ewing Way. June 7: Police checked on a vehicle in a ditch at P.1 3412 east of FM 1378. Reports were taken on burglaries of vehicles on Lucy Lane and the 600 block of Ewing Way. A minor accident took place at FM 2514 and FM 1378. Harrasment was reported in the 400 block of Southfork Blvd. June 8: Police escorted juveniles home who were in violation of curfew. A medical emergency was reported in the 300 block of Hilltop. Police checked out a complaint of dogs barking in the 300 block of Duncan Way. LifeLine took an injured person to the hospital from the 1300 block of W. Brown. An officer spoke to juveniles making p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

FOR GRANDMA'S KIDS A CHILDREN'S FASHION OUTLET SUMMER'S HEREI GRANDMA'S HAS HOT BUYS ON COOL SHORTSl 20% - 40 % OFF SELECTED SPORTSWEAR A SPECIAL SELECTION OF HIGH QUALITY BABY QUILTS 40% - 70% OFF MANY AS LOW AS U5 GREAT NEW SUMMER DRESSES HAVE JUST ARRIVED IN OUR MATERNITY DEPARTMENT' HOURS T - SAT 10-6, THURS TIL 9 CLOSED SUN, MON 105 N BALLARD 442-33^1 LAYAWAY Ernie's Heating & A/C Residential & Commercial All Work Guaranteed State License & Insured On Call 7 Days a Week 495-7408 I Luna Good Citizens 5th Six Weeks Good Citizens at Luna Elementary for the fifth six weeks of school were as follows: Kindergarten: Courtney Compton, Dylan Higgin- botham, Matthew Bridges, Katie Wiseman, Daniel Greer, Melissa Fedran, Christian Leblanc, Robert Higgins, Ian Parker, Haven Plemons, Joshua Pearce and David Spore. First: Amanda Adams, Chris Bateson, Parker Houx, Joe Hughes, Stephanie Roberts, Emily Mangan, Juan Carlos Godinez, Courtney Barber, Jonathan Snipes, Laura MacTaggart, R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 8 Vacation Bible School At First Baptist Some 500 youngsters are signed up for Bible School this week at First Baptist Church of Sachse. Rick Sandlin, minister of education, and his wife, Pam, are in charge of the activities which will continue through Friday. Shown left is Shirley Harris, wife of the minister, Billy Harris, with nursery children. Pick and Pam (in costume for her woman-at-the-well role) are shown second from right. f I * mi m'-d •• " v , -4. • •>-; V \ % %) 0)

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