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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Picky as a Bird Fundraiser Planned For Crisis Center By CHARLES R. PIPES Country Brook As we discussed in our last column, the traditional all-seed diet concept of feeding our birds is a practice which is being rapidly dis- proved. Seeds are much too high in fat and too low in everything else needed for Proper nutrition. So we need o learn what we should feed our birds in order to obtain an optimum, complete and bal- anced diet. The point we must remember is: birds are indeed picky eaters and prefer fatty foods, but we must not allow this practice to con- tinue. The key to proper bird nutri- tion is offering and having the Sachse Family Reunion Set for June 26 Approximately 150 are ex- pected to attend the 34th annual William Sachse family reunion to be held Sunday, June 26, at Granger Center, 1310 Avenue F, in Garland. Room 109 will be open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., with covered dish lunch served at 12:30. A play-ground will be available for children. During recent reunions, famil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 10 SACHSE CALENDAR Vacation Bible School, continues at First Baptist Church, 9 a.m. to noon through Friday, June 17. Pet Show, Summer Reading Club, 1-2 p.m. Thursday, June 16, Assembly of God Church. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, June 16, Station. Citizens For A Progressive Sachse, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 16, First United Methodist Church. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, June 20, First United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 20, Christain Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 20, City Hall. Summer Reading Club, sing-a-long, bottle music and book talk. 1-2 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, Assembly of God Church. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ NORTH TEXAS I ^orhinq arts Announces Summer Classes Special Summer Registration Now in Progress BOYS & GIRLS 2- Yr. Thru Teens ★ Pre School Dance & Tumbling ★ Rhythm' n'Rompers (2 thru 5 Yrs) ★ Tap — Ballet — Jazz ★ Tumbling — Baton Twirling ★ Parade Corps — Drill Team REGISTER NOW CALL 442-2423 or 271-3958 609 Hwy. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

QUESTION FROM R. W„ OF GARLAND: "What about Jesus drinking wine? In Mark 14:25 Jesus talks about a new wine in the Kingdom, saying he will never again drink it, meaning he has before? Same story in Matthew 26:29; Luke 22:18. What about John 2:1-11--first of "mighty works, miracle of turning water into wine?" We have several questions from this sincere seeker of « truth, and we appreciate questions. We live in an in which we see alcoholic beverages greatly damaging our youth and older persons as well. Some will try to go to the Bible and defend the drinking of a "little" wine or beer or alcohol in some form. I am glad to say the Bible does not ever speak of the kind of wine, alcohol and beer that we have today. When we find the word wine in the Bible, it is speaking of the fruit of the grape, and we determine what kind of wine (grape juice) he is speaking of in the context of discussion. i' HFN YOU THINK V ">VI OF F LOW I R<? THINK OF OURS" WYLIK FLOWER & GIFT SHOP MART HA ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 12 GREAT BUYS WITH LAND From $44,500 to $163,500 in Wylie, Sachse, Copeville, Nevada, Lavon, Lucas....You Pick Where....call today! GREAT DEALS IN TOWN Prom $59,000 to 84,500 * Repos ★ VA Assumable Some with pools, trees and a lot of extras. For these prices and others call QUICK! LAND FOR SALE $1,000 per acre to $6,500 per acre. Most tracts have terms and some with owner financing. One with mobile home hook-ups and some near the lake. CENTURY 21 The Castle Company 442-7508 £ 3 Cheerleaders from Calico Kids are front, Shannon Carver; back, Amy Gonzales, Leigh Ann Walker, and Kim Hoffer; seated, Jenny Rushlau, Chanda Barber, Stacie Konecny, Amanda Crump, Mona Criggar, Stacey LaBarba and Jocelyn Like. For information on the summer program at Calico Kids, call 495-8381 or 279-6666. LET US HELP YOU LOWER THE COST OF HIGHER EDUCATION TO ADVERTISEOR REPORT NEWS CALL 530-1100 qpsioonniooinnibf iQIbQlO T c c WYLIE FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC „ M. TRIMBLE, M.I). TED I). TRIMBLE, M.I). Diplomat...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 13 Lake Pointe Holds Cosmetic Surgery Forum 1 Twelve cosmetic surgical pro- cedures were performed and 32 people participated in a com- puterized facial analysis work- shop at Chandler's Landing dur- ing the Cosmetic Surgery Forum held recently by Lake Pointe Medical Center and Texas Regional Cosmetic Surgery Center. •kFive cosmetic surgeons show- d before and after slides of their patients, discussed new proce- dures, and answered questions from the audience. Comprising the panel were: Dr. Howard Tobin, Abilene; Dr. Garry Fenno, Hous- ton; Dr. John Seifert, Garland; and Drs. Warren Katz and Jim Gilmore, Dallas. All are members of the Cosmetic Surgical Society of Texas and are certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgeons. Subjects included: liposuction, rhinoplasty (nasal surgery), breast reconstruction and aug- mentation, face lifts, cheek and chin implants, permanent eye- analysis workshop using com- puter imaging. Procedures were performed by Gloria Buckley, M.S., of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Calm period follows preadolescent 'storms' By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Do other parents feel like I do, that they are losing their grip on one or more of their children? It is recent with me, and pertains to the relationship I have with my 12-year-old daughter. (She is an only child.) Until the last few months we have been good friends, talking freely and laughing together. But now things are different. She is moody, often resentful, critical of what I say — in a word, obnoxious. My husband says that I should close the door and walk away, but it isn't that easy. A little consolation will come in handy right now. A. If you are sure that she has no physical problems, your situa- tion may not be unusual. It sounds like the preadolescent drag or pain, and a lot of us have encountered it. Most survive, but patience is important and so is the awareness that this stage will pass. It generally does, but the time seems to go so slowly. Counselors ...

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

tmimmitiii* ■. . . ^>r LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 - Also Libra Ascendant) — Good time to advertise, publish and reach the public through mass media. Creating more domestic harmony could involve a change of residence or life style. Your charisma is high and a surprise visitor may have romance in mind. SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 - Also Scorpio Ascendant) — Be shrewd with money, bring ac- counts up to date, pay bills and alance the books Be diplomatic prevent trouble with neighbors 5r close relatives. Plan a holiday entertainment at home and get in- volved in community projects. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 — Also Sagittarius Ascendant) — This is your time to shine with wit and bright repartee — a ro- mance could be on your agenda. Use care with money and don't get involved in risky financial schemes. Take the lead in commu- nity affairs but delegate authority. CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 — Also Capricorn Ascendant) — Be willing to help those who tell you their problems in...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 June 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing- Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. NEED A GOOD YARD MAN? Experienced, reasonable and dependable with references. Free estimates. Call Pat, 414-2020. TRANSPORTATION needed Monday through Friday mornings from Blackburn & Murphy, Sachse to Campbell & Glenville, Richardson. Will help with gas. 414-2635. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Fully equipped lakeside restaurant. Sell or lease. Rowlett, Flexible terms. 475-0750. TEACHER MOWS LOTS, acreage with 5-ft. mower & tractor. Also mows lawns. Senior citizen discount. Free estimate. 495-3325. MOTORCYCLE-1975 90CC Honda. Very little use. SPECIALSIII Nice 2-1-4-plex, WBFP, washer and dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. ACREAGE MOWING, vacant lots, free estimates, very reasonable. 475-7999, John. NEED A GOOD ELECTRICIAN? Lights, plugs, ceiling fans, etc. Work guaranteed. Call John. 475-7999. DALLA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

£he §entir\el VOL. XIII, NO. 25 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JUNE 22, 1988 - mm Robert L. Yielding cuts the ribbon officially opening the roadside park named in his honor at ceremonies at Lavon Tuesday. Roland Boyd is at Yielding's left and far left is Bill Boyd. Behind Boyd is Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby. New Roadside Park Opens Near Lavon A flag and balloon-bedecked grandstand set the tone for a festive roadside park dedication Tuesday on Hwy. 78 at Lavon. The Robert L. Yielding Park, the first roadside park constructed in Texas in 10 years, was named for a retired Dallas district engineer for the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation. Yielding was instrumental in developing highway beautification throughout the seven-county district. The rights of way for the park were made available by Roland and Nannette Boyd of McKinney and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District. The Boyds own the adjacent Abston- Bellew Cemetery, which con- tains the grave of the only American Rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 2 Sie Sentinel MEWS & 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 The Mayor's Desk by Chuck TRiMble As mayor of Wylie, I want to share with you a few of the projects we are in the process of accomplishing. The first is a street reconstruction program aimed at improving some of the poorer condition streets. The program is one which involves both debt issue and citizen participation. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 3 Sachse-ly Speaking Question of the week: What would you do if you had a million dollars? I ANGELA RADACI, Sachse, with Matthew and Kristina: "First I'd cry - then I'd take everyone out to dinner." BECKY RAYGOR, Sachse: "Buy a small mansion, a pink limo and a 10-speed bike." MATT BARBER, Sachse: "Get a new bike and a pool." COURTNEY BARBER, Sachse: "Buy a big, big mansion and get a new bike." LEABY FITZGERALD, Sachse: 'Take a vacation - by myself!" MONICA PADILLA, Wylie: "After giving a portion to Uncle Sam, I'd pay my debts and put the rest into my savings." FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE The Sachse Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development Committee, left to right, includes Randy Arp, TU Electric; Lloyd Henderson, city manager; Ann Johnson, Chamber manager; and our bank's Senior VP Gary Overby. Not shown, but also serving, are B.J. Parrish, Lone Star Gas, and Jim Becker, Sachse City Councilman. To all those committed to improving the quality of life in the Sachse area throug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

j, * Page 4 Wylie Board Appointments Announced The Wylie City Council has made the following board appointments: Bob Skip with. Tom Pritzkan, Letter to the Editor To the Players and Parents of Sachse Pony League: Just wanted to say thank you for the gift we received at the end of the season. We didn't have a very good winning season, but we were able to say that it was fun. I want to thank all the parents who helped in the concession stand, and to those who didn't, your turn is next year. We couldn't let the season end without saying thanks to Bert, Amie and Little William--we love you. Also, thanks to Don and Cathy and baby-to-be. Thank you, Kennith and Vicki King Ron Jeffries - Planning and Zoning. Jill Tomek and Jim Ferguson - Parks and Recreation. Betty Stephens, Mary Jo Smith and Rita Smith - Library Board. Frank Spingola, John Seely and Kevin St. John Construction Trade Board. Gerald Clark, Mike Miller, Cleo Adams, Art Harris and Gene Tucker - Board of Adjustment John Akin has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

DuBose's Father To Visit Church Services Durwood DuBose, father of the Sachse Assembly of God's minister Rick DuBose, will conduct the morning and evening services at his son's church July 3. The older DuBose serves as assistant superintendent of the North Texas District of Assemblies of God. He lives in Duncanville. Rick's mother will also be present. Sachse Reunion Planned in Garland Members of the William Sachse family are busy with plans for a reunion Sunday, June 26 at the Granger Center, 1310 Ave. F, Garland. The gathering is set from 10 am. until 5 p.m. with a covered-dish lunch planned at 12:30. Daroa/a Lou Griffith, Colleyville, is this year's president of the reunion. Those needing information may call Pat Mclnnish, 495-2174. Thanks We want to say thanks for the flowers, cards and other thoughts during the loss of Bob's dad, Robert French. Sincerely, Bob, Marie & Mari We Have Cards for All Occasions PAUL'S GROCERY Highway 78 Sachse, Texas QUESTION; "What is repentance,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 6 Police Reports Wylie Wylie Police Chief Royce Abbott recorded the following activity from June 13-19: June 13: Officers took a report on a burglary of a building in the 800 block of Thomas. A minor accident took place at Hwy. 78 and FM 544. An abandoned vehicle reported on McCreary Road was referred to Murphy police. Officers took a report on criminal mischief in the 500 block of Hilltop. A person reported a lost briefcase in the 100 block of N. Winding Oak and the property was recovered. A grass fire on Sachse Road and County Road 381 was extinguished. A theft took place at the Glen Knoll Mobile Home Park. Officers filled out a report of theft of services at Oak Center. A dump truck on fire at Lucas was extinguished. Animal Control handled the report of a skunk in a resident's yard in the 400 block of Dogwood. Public intoxication, disorderly conduct and destruction of city property resulted in an arrest at Hwy. 78 and Ballard. June 14: A person suffered minor injuries in Nev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 7 t j r KINDERGARTEN FIRST GRADE Mil sin 3 t Kindergarten: Nic Griffin, DeAnn Chapman, Shephanie Higgins, Domenica Pardue, Daniel Greer, Christopher Fuller, Brandon Fitzgerald, Kristen McCann, Deborah Morales, Shauna Jackson, Blake Shelton and Ian Mc- Donald. First: Jenny Henderson, William Simmons, Kristi Ward, Clint Taylor, Becky Wilson, Ryan Hindman, Brandi Ed- wards, Jason Reeb, Casey Pollan, Elizabeth Sanders, Edys, Rivera and Mabel Rosales. Second: Elisa Hernandez, Johnny Delgado, Luke West- run, Jennifer McCann, Melissa Ward, Claudia Castillo, Donna Brown, Loren Leaverton, Sarah Ballew, Eric Davis, Brad Greer, Faith Hopkins, Ana Lucia Santiago, and Rufina Carreon. Third: Stephanie Barke, Jennifer Garner, Brad Allman, Daniel Bruns, Edgar Gon- zales, Santos Trujillo, Arcelia Ramirez, Edith Villanueva, Sara Arnold, Joshua Mac- Taggart, Kyle Longacre, and Matthew Shanklin. Fourth: Becky Raygor, Jimmy Stefankiewicz, Erin Claiborne, Kyle Lilly, Rosie Bryan and Clay Spicer. Dev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 8 Lee Hutson Lane Honors City Leader A street in Sachse will bear the name of the late Lee Bryan Hutson, longtime resident and former business man of the city. Hutson served as mayor pro tem and helped organize the Fire Department, serving as an active member until his health failed. The sign for Lee Hutson Lane at Doyle (near the GTE Bldg. just off Hwy. 78) stands about a half mile from where Hutson was born Jan. 31, 1909. Son of Elmo and Margaret Hutson, he grew up on a farm in Sachse. He and the former Cleo Lane were married May 9, 1925. Their four sons are Lee Jr., Dallas; Bill, who lives in Kansas; Jerry, Illinois; and Don, Florida. Besides farming, Hutson also held a number of other jobs. He left the farm in 1941 and moved his family to a house (which no longer stands) at Fifth and Boone. He served as an officer for the Greenville Avenue Patrol in Dallas before joining the Garland Police force where he worked in the late '40s and early '50s. In 1951, Lee and Cleo purchase...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 9 Pain Management Program Attacks Chronic Pain Seventy million Americans suffer from chronic pain, but Lake Pointe Medical Center's new Pain Management Pro- gram attacks chronic pain, using a multi-disciplinary team of physician and tech- nician specialists. "We treat all types of chronic pain," said Dr. Craig Duhorn, orthopedic surgeon •d Pain Clinic director. "That ;ludes pain of the head, back, joints, stomach and muscles; dental, menstrual and disease-related; and pain which has no known physical causes - psychogenic pain. Stress also casues pain." "Programs of treatment are tailored to patients' needs," said Dr. Ronald W Jones, a member of the American Pain Society, clinical coordinator of Lake Pointe's Pain Program and medical director of behavioral medicine for the Rowlett hospital. "These are based on studies of their histories and complete med- ical, physical, social and psy- chological evaluations. The program is achieving success in eliminating or greatly reducing ch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 10 Women's League Sets Program on Stress The Wylie Women's League, which meets at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month, has scheduled a program in July on stress management with the focus on children. Organized by Linda Hamar with some 10 women, the group now has 50 members. They have already raised some $3,000 for the Wylie Police Department. Dr. Roberto Stambulie addressed the club in June. On the fall calendar is a talk by a plastic surgeon on cosmetic surgery. A member- ship drive and other fundraisers will follow. LOIS GLADYS BAILEY Troop 302 to Meet Boy Scout Troop # 302 will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 27 at the First Baptist Church, Wylie. Tim Tye is the scoutmaster. KIDS "R" WEE Is Expanding For Your Child's Benefit Gym Facilities for Summer of '88 Will Feature: • Gymnastics • Basketball • Dodgeball • Skating • And Much More Spaces Are Limited - So Sign Up Today! )oes your present Child Care Center offer Pre-school Prog rami Easter Egg Hunt • Hall...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 11 Talking Your Pet Bird Into Health By CHARLES R. PIPES, DVM, Diplomate ABVP Country Brook Animal Hospital In the last two columns, we discussed what we should and should not feed our pet birds. Now we need to learn how to talk our birds into eating the proper foods. Because it is innate in their character to resist change, several techniques have to be used •id every effort must be ade to convince our birds to eat the right foods First--be patient. Second--we must create a situation called a natural hunger. Specifically, we must feed our birds only twice a .day. This makes them hungry in between meals and, therefore, they will look forward to the next feeding. Do not leave food available all day long. This only serves to make them pick at their food and not anticipate new healthy foods. Birds in the wild only eat twice daily. In the early morning, they gather food, eat, and store the remainder in their stomach through the hot afternoon, regurgitate the remainder, and eat this...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 12 Library Youngsters Show Pets f Kim Waymon and Smokey at the pet show Thursday held by the Library'8 Summer Reading Club youngsters. Straley Snipes and Ekru. Marlys Williams and sister, Dona, with Miss Kitty. Judy the turtle with Kellie Wayman. Nicky and caretakers Christy, Tony and Missy with mother, Dianne Max field. Jeremy Henderson and Butch. Judy Helton, Trevor and Jeremy with guinea pig, Maple. Tracy Youngblood shows rabbit trick.

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