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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

SPORTS Sherri's Angels Prevail In All-Sachse Girls Softball Final #Two Sachse girls softball teams battled it out for first place in the Mustang League Friday night at Foster Field, with Sherri's Angels (pink) coming out on top of Sachse (yellow), 10-4. Lauren Overby of the winners and Jessica Bertucci of the losers staged their own personal duel, each hitting a home run and Overby prevailing over Bertucci on the mound. Rosie Bryan also homered for the Angels, while teammates Lisa Overby doubled for the winners and Sasha Morgan and Ashley Brown hit two-baggers for the losders. The two teams had fnished regular season play tied for first place. An all-star team will be selected and begin tournament competition June 27. Closing league ceremon- ies will be held at 7 p.m Fri- day, at Foster Field and trophies will be awarded. In the championship playoff game, the Angels took a 3-1 lead in the first inning and never looked back. They added single runs in the third and fourth innings, the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Your children are born in a different time By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I am not surprised that my children look at things in a differ- ent way than I do, but extreme differences do bother me. No matter what my opinions are of political events, current movies, music, popular figures in the news, even tragedies of weath- er, automobile and airplane acci- dents, or health or crimes, they take the opposite point of view. I really don't understand it. Do you? A. A long time ago I read or heard a statement that went something like this, "Limit not thy children to thine own ideas, for they are born in a different time." (The source escapes me, so any help in that direction will certain- ly be appreciated.) Their memories aren't ours, nor are their movies, books and news headlines seen through our eyes or experiences. The best we can do is try to understand that their views will differ from ours, and hope they will attempt to understand us at lea...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

new rule concerning telemarket- ing practices," the senator stated in introducing the legislation. "As much as I am a strong be- liever in free markets and mini- mal government intervention in those markets, there is no reason why the federal government should not do whatever it can to rid our economy of consumer fraud Mainly fen* Seniors "Unfortunately, consumer edu- cation is not enough to combat fraud," emphasized the senator Your 'Horoscope Guide ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — You may get a surprise that could turn your fears into a cause for joy. Trust your intuition and judgment, at- tend a fabulous social affair and let your charisma glow' TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 — Also Taurus Ascendant) — Hold a family reunion and enjoy the holi- day spirit in general. Revise plans but stick to your principles and look behind the scenes to learn a secret GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 — Also Gemini Ascendant) — Make necessary revisions and lay career plans for the fut...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 June 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing-Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. IT IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps for $44 through the U.S. Government? Get the facts todayl Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. 8410-A. LOOKING for Jimmy Swaggart country music records or tapes. Call 271-7410. CHILD CARE For a sister the kids like, call me. I like kids and kids like mel 495-7939. MOVING SALE-No. 2 Bunny Run, Murphy, off Maxwell Creek Rd. Baby items, furn- iture and miscellaneous. 9-5 Thursday, June 23- Saturday, June 25. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Fully equipped lakeside restaurant. Sell or lease. Rowlett, Flexible terms. 475-0750. HOSTESS SKIN CARE class. Learn new techniques. Call me for fantastic ideas. Earn incentives. Kim, 530-7626. SPECIALSIII Nice 2-1-4-plex, WBFP, washer and dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. NEED GOOD MOTORCYCLE-1975 90CC Honda. Very little use. ACREAGE MOWING, vacant lots, free est...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

£he Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 26 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JUNE 29, 1988 F V , Sfj J, 13 ^ ■■ £ FESTIVE JUBILEE DAYS DAWNING IN WYLIE That season of celebration called Jubilee Days is coming to Wylie. Although the banner down- town proclaims the dates as July 14-16, activities actually get under way on Saturday, July 9, at Rustic Oaks Apart- ment Homes, 401 Fleming. Then a carnival will open on July 11 and continue throughout the week, accord- ing to Bev Nemer, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce and Jubilee sponsor. Here's how the lineup looks this week (and some times may change): July 9: First Wylie Olymp- ics, which will become an an- nual event, at Rustic Oaks, benefiting the Wylie YMCA. July 11-16: Carnival in down- town area July 14: All-day sidewalk sales. Mariachi band at Maria's Mexican Restaurant, Rustic Oaks Shopping Center on Brown Street, at 7 p.m. July 15: All-day sidewalk sales. Gospel singing on the grassy lot across from First United Methodist Church, Jackson Street. Take la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 2 ??ie Seixtirtcl NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse. Texas 75098 (214) 530-11&0 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. Row left, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday . Post Office (Cont. from page 1) The determination of which postal entity would serve the area was necessary for the Postal Service to designate a single zip code for all of Sachse. First National Bank of Sachse will offer a postal con- tract station. No post office boxes will be provided, but stamps will be so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 3 Sachse-ly Speaking Question of the week: If you could exchange places with anyone in the world for a day, who would it be? . "t ■ mm DOLLY SHARP: 'Dolly Par- REGAN RENE GARDNER: ton.' (Yes, this Dolly sings, "Alyssa Milano of the TV too). show'Who's the Boss'." DIANA BRADLEY: 'Lady CONNIE HOUSER: Di." Onassis.' •Jackie KAREN WILLIAMS: 'Mar- garet Thatcher. England's nice . . . and I'd enjoy the power." FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE The folks at First National Bank of Sachse will be celebrating Independence Day with our families and friends--watching the area fireworks shows, feasting on homemade ice cream and watermelon, listening to old-fashioned band music, and counting the many blessings and freedoms we enjoy as Americans. Happy and safe Fourth to you, too! DRIVE-UP WINDOWS' 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday FDK3 People & Service Make the Difference (214) 530-7999 MPACI LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3 00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 4 Since 1928 serving more families, filling more needs Our new customers usual- ly come to us tor just one kind of insurance, sav. auto. They like out personal con- cern - our last. fair, friend- ly service. Then many also switch their homeowners or other insurance to us. What's more, it's really hands to do business with just one helpful Agent and make only one monthly payment tor all those coverages. Call me today and tr\ the serv ice we've been famous tor sine e 1928. LARRY BRADLEY Agent 530-0309 5628 Hwy. 78 - Sachse smmzz* _ Symbol pi Superior S«r«t<t ANNA AND LEO SMOLKA Smolkas Celebrate 50 Years of Marriage Alma arid Leo Smolka, Wylie, former four-year resi- dents of Sachse, market their 50th wedding anniversary re- cently at a reception in Sachse. The couple, who married June 21, 1938 in Rockwall, was entertained by their son and daughter-in-law, Amy and Doug Smolka and daughter, Margaret Smolka, at the Doug Smolka home. The couple has two grand- children, Lanita Kin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 5 Sachse Chamber Golf Winners Split $1200 in Gift Certificates In the recent Sachse Cham- ber of Commerce golf tournament, the team of Dan McKee, Ray Kneggs Jr., Mike Murphy and Bobby Jo nes shot a seven under par 64 and split $500 in gift certificates. The second place team of Leo Johnson, Lance Luttrell, Gary Roddy, and Jimmy I Beach shot 65 and divided $300 in gift certificates. Third prize of $200 in gift coupons went to the team of Marty Muziers, Jay Hangart- ner, Bill Sinsabaugh, and Richard Ramirez for their 65. Joe Robinson won a $100 gift certificate for longest drive and Beach was present- ed with a $100 certificate for closest to the pin. Although no one won the $10,000 hole-in-one, the closest shot of 18 inches caused gasps from onlookers. Some 40 entries played the Lakes Course at Firewheel Golf Park and remained for barbecue after play. Golf committee members Murphy, Gary Overby and Randy Arp put the tournament together. Discus- sion is already under way on the se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 6 Wylie Council Passes Resolution Supporting $451,000 Assessment for Street Improvements Wylie City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night supporting assessment for a $451,000 street construction project for parts of Birming- ham and Stone streets. Work on Birmingham will extend from Hwy. 78 south to S. Ballard and Stone's work will be between Birmingham and Ballard. As the resolution did not include the methods by which the Council will assess the property owners, and because citizens voiced much concern, the Council will look at alter- native ways of footing the bill. Presently, it can be paid outright, owners can be billed over three years at eight per- cent interest, or a lien may be placed against the property of a senior citizen who cannot afford to pay. Upon the senior citizen's death, however, the lien must be paid before the heirs receive distri- bution. The Council, under advise- ment of City Attorney Robert Dillard, will consider alterna- tives, such as a discount...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 7 From tNe CPA s Desk by Chuck TnlMble CPA Now that April 15 is past, many of you have seen what it means when Congress says "tax simplification." For many of you there was little change in the taxes owed; for others there were substantial differ- ences. Many of my clients were able to know what they owed beforehand, only be- cause we had gone over the numbers during 1987. I believe now is the time to start analyzing your own tax situation so that you can make whatever necessary corrections that you can. The easiest way to know you will have enough paid in withholding tax is to make sure that you will have paid in by the end of the year what your 1987 taxes were reported on your return. If you are an employee, this can be corrected by revising your W-4 form at the payroll office. If you are an independent contractor you should pay KIDS "R" WEE Is Expanding For Your Child's Benefit Gym Facilities for Summer of '88 Will Feature: • Gymnastics • Basketball • Dodgeball • Skating • A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 8 ■* p* \ t Signaling the end of the baseball season, awards were handed out Friday night Bob Yandry, who emceed the program at Salmon Park. (Center), Coach Jan to Sachseplayers. (Left), Coach Stacey Strong, at the microphone, announces Watson with Peggy and Bob and her T-Ball team, the Paints. (Right), Coach awards for T-Ball players on the Arabians. Peggy Strong, president of the Belinda Berulein and husband, Burt, applaud the first-place Palominos. Sachse Boosters Club, is on hand with daughter Stephanie Strong, standing, and (Left), Coaches Carol Bearden, left, and Julie Henderson with their left, with the Pinto Express team. (Right), Assistant Coach Cy Watson, Coach second-place T-Ball team, the Stallions. (Center), Pinto Coach Wes Jeffcoat, Mike Foster, and Joe Gidney hand out trophies to Pinto boys, the Sachse Tigers. FACTORY REBATE Air Conditioning on sale NOW! $ 200.00 For Complete System* $ 100.00 For Furnace Or Condenser* Why wait until your old unit breaks down? You...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 9 Question: "Please explain the difference in your spirit and your soul." M.S., Sachse. Answer: There are essen- tially three positions taken by various religious groups and individuals. One religious group's book, "Let God Be True," states: "Also we see the claim of religionists that man has an immortal soul, and therefore differs from the beast, is not ^riptural." Page 68 of 1952 dBtion. ^ second group teaches that the body and spirit are all tTiat is included when thinking of man. A third group teaches that man consists of body, soul and spirit. My conclusion is that the Bible affirms the third group's belief. Notice I Thessalonians 5:23: "And the God of Peace himself sanctify you wholly; and may your spirit and soul and body be preserved entire, without blame at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ." Christians reject completely the materialists' view, that man has no eternal spirit, because of so much evidence from the Bible. In fccclesiastes 123:7: "There shall the dust re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 10 First State Bank-Wylie's customer George Richards, left, draws the name of the lucky winner (Reta Allen) for the "honeymoon weekend." Continuing, left to right, are Receptionst Betty Housewright; Senior VP James Blakey; President and CEO C.C. Womack; and A VP Christine Busey. GCT Has New Office Garland Civic Theatre has a new address, 1712 Reserve, Garland, and a new phone number, 349-1331. Jim Tucker of Tucker Elec- tronics donated the space and utilities along with partners R.W. McDonald and Don Stabeno. Tucker also donat- ed offices to the Garland Symphony. y>A\ w SET 5 ITO I j SUMMERIZER for deep green summer lawns LAWN FOOD ' 32-0-7 /SUMMERIZER Benefits: • Adds deep green to laded o :( summer lawns. • Extra long feeding time due to three sources of very high analysis nitrogen • Maximum growth fiom 10 essential primary, secondai y and micronutrients • Long lasting green color and disease resistance Contains: 32°t Nitrogen, 0% Phosphatt 7% Potash, 60% My b' o S. 02% B....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 11 Police Reports ma Sachse Sachse Police Chief Tom Fenley reported the following highlights on activities between June 16 and 24: June 16: Loose livestock on Heritage Circle area were returned to pasture. Police checked out suspicious jbjects seen on Hwy. 78 and bund all to be okay. A report "was filed on family violence on Bil lingsley. The person in a vehicle reported as suspicious in the Hunters Ridge area was asked to leave. June 17: The loud noise at Boone and Sachse Road was a car backfiring. Officers were unable to locate the sus- picious subjects noticed in the 2800 block of Fourth Street. June 18: Police made an arrest for public intoxication in the 2500 block of McDearmon and arrested a person in a family violence call on Jewel. Narcotics found in the 3400 block of Sachse Road were impounded. A report was filed on obscene phone calls received in the 5500 block of Hwy. 78. Police checked out a suspicious person call in the Leasa Court area. A report was taken on a dam...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 12 Library Youngsters Try Chocolate Art Krissie Eppler, left, and Kim Hollo way. Dusty and Debbie Copening A Melanie Williams. Stephanie Long, left, and Tar a Cooper. "W>>, <: Josh Scott, left, and Nicholas Crowe. Vikki KowaJski. Library kids enjoying crafts at the Summer Heading Program in Sachse are. (left), lett to right, back, Tiffany Bland, Jenny Houser, and Dusty Copening. Front, Erin Bland and Sharon Fitzgerald . (Center), left to right. Melanie Williams. Austin; Sheryl Williams, Cristal Williams, and Charmaine Williams. Austin . . (Bight), left to right, Ashloy Wood, Shannon Sfewait, and Brandon Stewart. «■:

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 13 Summer Movie Picks / m Calico Kids Kiddie College Kids, three to five years old, were a great hit at the recital performing ballet, tap, twirling and gymnastics. They did a modeling show and two dramatic presentations this year for parents and friends. The girls also have become proficient at number and letter recognition, phonics, printing numbers and letters. They have studied story interpretation safety, health and have been exposed to creativity in handwork. In this school, which is always filled for the following year before regular registration begins for most schools, students are prepared both physically and mentally for kindergarten. For more information call 495-1719 or 279-6666. Registration is now being taken for the fall session at Calico Kids which has been in business at the same location for 14 years. Some members of the teaching staff have taught in the Garland area for as long as 35 years. Three other films in the past year have used the man-to-boy body swi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 14 Feature Section When youngsters are home alone By Willard Abraham. Ph.D. Copley News Service Dear Readers: I recently received a publication from the Corporation for Public Broadcast- ing that can be of value to many families. It is a booklet titled "What If I'm Home Alone'1 Your Family's Guide to Home and Per- sonal Safety Skills." Because so many children come home to an empty house or apart- ment — an estimated 5 million to 6 million youngsters, aged 5 to 12 - the hints in this clearly written publication will probably be well received and used by parents. With a cartoon and "you" ap- proach the booklet emphasizes these "how to" points: • Get home from school safely • Use the telephone to get help in an emergency. • Escape from a fire • Deal with strangers who knock on the door or call on the tele- phone. • Prepare snacks safely in the kitchen • Treat minor cuts, burns and nosebleeds • Put their time alone to best use • Handle arguments with broth- ers or sisters • Baby-s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

Page 15 the same mental benefits. You don't have to walk at a pre-set pace." plainly for Seniors For Rue McClanahan the fitness walking is coupled with 30 min- utes of exercise and a few minutes of warm-up and warm-down exer- cises. 1 won't do impact aerobics and I don't recommend them.' McClanahan stated in an inter- view "I personally recommend good stretching to benefit all of the body. I also use light weights for part of that workout." For her diet the "Golden Girls" star "long ago cut out meat of any animal kind 1 do eat fish, and every day lots of vegetables. My milk, when consumed, is skim, and 1 have added tofu as a regular in my diet" The personal commitment to fitness can take as little as three or four hours each week, she staled "With fitness you can feel good about yourself, and you look and feel better, too With fitness and health you have everything " Hue McClanahan is now head- ing for her seventh year as one of the stars of "Golden Girls, teamed with Rea Arthur Bet...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 June 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing- Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. EXPERIENCED CHILD CARE. Preschool age curriculum. Hot lunches. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. 495-7895. FOR SALE: Walnut twin beds with dresser. Heavy box springs and mattress. All excellent condition. E.O. Ben- ton, Autumn Leaves, 1010 Em- erald Isle, Dallas. 530-8180. PARENTS Let me help maintain or strengthen your child's read- ing or math skills this summer. 10 years teaching experience, K-6. (Certified also to help learning problems). Sliding scale fee. Onlv 10 weeks remain this summerl 530-8674 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Fully equipped lakeside restaurant. Sell or lease. Rowlett, Flexible terms. 475-0750. HOSTESS SKIN CARE class. Learn new techniques. Call me for fantastic ideas. Earn incentives. Kim, 530-7626. NAVY W/BEIGE print sofa and love seat, beige recliner, coffee and end tables, $3501 Extra large dog carrier, $25. German shepherd/chow pup...

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