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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Page 5 'ft, d Some 75 members of The Greens Homeowners Association turned out for a neighborhood Independence Day celebration. Left is Steve Davis, GHA president, who said the parade will become an annual event. . . . Center is Shannon, daughter of Joe and Sue Ellen Spangler . . . Scott Tabbert acted as master of ceremonies for the flag salute at Luna Elementary School by Scout Troop 100. Ify- £ r i % - $mm Sloan Roberts decorated his bike and donned an Uncle Sam hat for the "Rag" Roberts.... Right, parade participants Emily, Katie and Sarah Wiseman, parade, which was headed this year by Ellen Allen. . . . Center is flagbearer .ga \lf I independent Bank - East, N.A. Wylie "The Stagecoach Hide's On Us Saturday" Big John Stagecoach Lines, Inc. will be in the parking lot at our bank for complimentary rides from the end of the Jubilee Days parade until 6 p.m. Come one--come all! Rounding up the stagecoach riders Saturday will be these members of the bank family, left to right: Mark Doma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Page 6 SPORTS Wy lie VARSITY Date Sept 2 Sept 9 Sept 16 +Sept 23 Sept 30 ♦Oct 7 *Oct 14 *Oct 21 # *Oct 28 *Nov 4 Football Schedules 1988 Opponent Cedar Hill Lancaster Kaufman Southlake Carroll Bishop Dunne Princeton Bonham Frisco Quinlan Commerce Site home away away home away away home away home away * Denotes District 10 AAA games + Denotes Homecoming # Denotes Parents Night 9th and Junior Varsity Sept 1 Sept 8 Sept 15 Sept 22 Sept 29 Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 27 Nov 3 Cedar Hill Lancaster Kaufman Southlake Bonham Princeton Bonham Frisco Quinlan Commerce Carroll 7th and 8th Grade Sept 15 Sept 22 Sept 29 Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 27 Nov 3 Kaufman Southlake Bonham Princeton Bonham Frisco Quinlan Commerce Carroll Scrimmages (9th, JV, and Varsity) August 19 August 26 Decatur Forney away home home away home home away home away home away home away away home away home away home away JOE J. WESNER INSURANCE • ACCUMULATION •RETIREMENT LIFE OK VIRGINIA FORTH FINANCIAL NETWORK 1420 W. Mockingbird...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

m-r Jason Brown Awarded Baseball Scholarship Wylie High School's Jason Brown has been awarded a baseball scholarship to Dallas Baptist University. Brown, a do-everything ath- lete who quarterbacked the football team, played on the ^ varsity basketball team, and ^ was instrumental in leading the Pirates to the Class AAA State High School baseball semifinals, will concentrate solely on baseball at DBU. He played shortstop and pitched for the Pirates. The other half of the Wylie pitching tandem, Chuck Bowers, tried out in the recent metroplex pro scout camp but was not signed to a contract. He did, however, receive a $500 award from the Ex-Pro Players Associa- tion. Bids to be Let On Widening Hwy. 78 The Texas State Depart- ment of Highways and Public Transportation has given the go-ahead to widening of Hwy. 78 from near the intersection of First Street in Garland to the Collin County line. This will mean the present two-lane highway running through Sachse will be widen- ed to six lane...

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

Page 8 KPLX Radio's Tim Hart kicked off Jubilee Days in Wylie at the Rustic Oaks Apartments Saturday, where activities ranged from a bouncy space walk to dunking the city manager. Merchants got in the act with water volleyball. Enjoying the afternoon in the sun were Sandra Davis and daughter, Brooke, left, and Anita Collins with daughters Amanda, center, and Leigh Ann. ))) m t Cathy Arnold, Wylie, takes advantage of the Wylie Public Library sale. Center is Beth Brewster, children's librarian, with Shirley Burnett, right. Winner of a KPLX T-shirt is Heather Wylie. Bugbee, Craig Blake, Piano, fixes hot dogs for Eve McCormick and Bryan McCormick, Fort Worth. f Under New Ownership THE OAKS CAFE Jamify c/j-t mos 701 E. HWY. 78 WYLIE 442-4494 eatutLrjg DINNERS Rib-Eye and T-Bone Steak $8.95 Catfish $5.95 - Fried Shrimp $6.95 a CiO Chicken Fried Steak $3.95 - Pork Chops $4.95 - Fried Chicken $4 95 Deep-Fried Fish Fillets $4.95 - Hamburger Steak $3.95 - Beef Pot Roast $4.25 <£[[ tfiE qGo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Jubilee Days Calendar City Council Examines Water and Sewer Situations Friday: Gospel singing 7 - 11 p.m., First United Methodist Church - outside. I Carnival - downtown. ^aturday: 9 a.m. - Sidewalk Sales on Ballard. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. - Blood Mobile downtown benefiting Shrine hospitals 10:30 a.m. - Parade. Post Parade: Stagecoach rides at independent Bank-East, N.A. parking lot. Oaks Center - Special lunch at The Oaks Cafe. Clown contest. Performances by Shriners, North Texas Performing Arts, Wylie Karate Club. Evening - Street Dance on Ballard. Updated information on Sachse's water and sewer sit- uations-plus the first draft of new city goals--were key developments of Saturday s annual joint work session of the Sachse City Council, Planning and Zoning commis- sioners, and Board of Adjust- ment members. On the previous Wednes- day, the Council tackled a variety of subjects at its first July meeting.. Mayor Larry Holden said: "The work session was informative and productive. Board memb...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Page 10 Question: "Why is there so much confusion in religion, and is there a solution?" Religion today is like the judge who called both lawyers to him during a trial and said, "I already have my mind made up; do not try to confuse me with facts." Most religious people have their beliefs and generally feel there is no need to change. Many believe that making a change reflects a surrender of family loyalty and teaching. Some accept only that belief which is comfortable and convenient. Most live the kind of spiritual life that someone has told them is right. Yet others love their eternal spirit so much that they are willing to go only to God's word for their direction. An example of the reason for so much confusion in religion can be found in the teachings of one of the fastest-growing churches in the world. One of their creed books states that Jesus was born in Jerusalem. How do we find the answer to Jesus' birthplace? Shall we accept the answer from Joseph Smith or Jehovah God? In ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

page 11 SACHSE CALENDAR Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Station. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, First United Methodist Church. Scouts, 7 p.m. Monday, Christian Church. fc r City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Library Reading Program members, 1-2 p.m. Tuesday, Assembly of God Church, New Liberty Puppeteers presenting "The Rehearsal." Fire Auxiliary, family night, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Station, Heard Museum presentation. Library Reading program, 1-2 p.m. Thursday, Assembly of God Church, program on rafting. Fire Auxiliary Sets Heard Museum Program The Sachse Fire Depart- ment Auxiliary will host a col- lection of animals from the Heard Museum at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 19, at the Fire Station. LocaJ parents are invited to bring their children to see a raccoon, opossum, turtle, and snake. A brief business meeting will be held for members of the Auxiliary at 7 p.m. * DANCE * Calico Kids Register Now fof Fall Pre-School and Our Great Summer Programs. 1517 Buckingham Plaza 495-1719 at...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Page 12 Police Reports Wylie Chief Royce Abbott report- ed a busy week of police acti- vities in Wylie. July 4: Officers issued a citation for a disturbance at Hwy 78 and FM 544. Harass- ing phone calls were reported in the 100 block of Fairmont. An accident took place at County Road 435. Police took a report on a stolen vehicle at East Fork Park and gave warnings about fireworks in the 100 block of S. Fifth and on Pamela Avenue. They looked into disturbances in the 1200 block of Devonshire and on Skyview. Police checked on grass fires in Lucas, Branch and East Fork Park. Criminal mischief was reported in the 300 block of Sue Ellen. July 5: Lucas firemen and LifeLine answered a major accident call in Lucas. Police issued a warning to a reckless driver in the 600 block of Jock Lane. A call about a cat bite was referred to Animal Control, and the victim went to Wylie Community Hospital. Officers took a report on a stolen vehicle in the 300 block of Birmingham. Phone harassment was rep...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Page 13 Gary Overby, president of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce; Tag Green, president of Capital Source Mortgage Company, Dallas; and Mike Murphy, Chamber program chairman. Mortgage Company President Urges Positive Attitude "What are interest rates go- ing to do? I have no earthly idea!" On that note, Tag Green, president of Capital Source Mortgage Company, began his talk to the Sachse Chamber of Commerce Tues- day at Park Lake Baptist Church. Instead of discussing the market and mortgages, Green said: "The key to success is not geared to what the market does." He announced he is launch- ing a one-man campaign to change negative attitude in the Dallas/Fort Worth area "In six months I believe the entire Texas economy could be turned around with a positive attitude," Green said. The speaker gave four sure-fire pointers for success: set goals, manage your time, never compromise integrity for financial gain, and return to the ethic that build our country--work. Green touched briefly on...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

Page 14 I Feature Section How do you cope with noisy neighbors? By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. If I knew then what I know now, we never would have bought the house we have. The house closest to us includes the loudest family I have ever heard. They don't seem to be argu- ing or fighting. It is just that their voices are shrill, and they make no effort to tone them down. Their kids talking with each other, par- ents with children, parents with each other — believe me, there are no secrets about meals, school records, income, expenditures, bathroom habits — it is all laid out in loud words. These people are basically very nice, but these habits of theirs are far from easy to live with. My own children have uncon- sciously started to use their voice level and content as a model, and that's no fun either. A. Maybe one's home is his or her kingdom, but not when it infr- inges on the rights of others. You can add their traits to ones like garbage in the yard or a neigh- ...

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

r the children who received the money distribution could just re- turn it, and your mother would have her estate restored. If the fi- nancial volume is high enough she could invest the money and pro- duce some interest income — drawing down on the interest and as little of the principal as possi- ble. We have recommended consist- ently to senior adults that they not dispose of their estate because of possible medical or other needs. If cash is tight in later years a home can always be sold — with lease- gck provisions — to provide for vestable cash and interest in- come. Mainly for Seniors • Provide a monthly funding: Those who have received the ear- lier money could pool funds each month to provide an amount equal to or larger than the now-missing SSI checks. Recognize your family and humane obligations — you will feel all the better for it. too • Appeal the decision There are appeal procedures in all federal programs where a negative deci- sion is made on qualification. You should...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 July 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing- Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. SPECIALSIII Nice 2-1-4-plex, WBFP, washer and dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. CHILD CARE in my home. Activities and hot meals. After-school pickup. Sachse. 414-5044. TWO-FAMILY Moving Sale. Everything goes. Furniture, clothes, household items, tilt bed trailer, cockatiel w/cage. July 15, 16, 17. 5507 Alexand- er, Sachse SAVE FROM POUND: Free spayed mixed breed female dog to good home. Call 530-9453 after 6 p.m.; all day weekends. CHILD CARE in my home. 6 years experience. References. Fenced yard. Activities. In Sachse off Hwy. 78. Easy ac- cess for Wylie, Rowlett and Garland. Lisa, 530-3765. A CHILD NEEDS lots of love and care. This is what I have to offer. References. $35 special. 530-7878. PHOTOGRAPHER-We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

the §ei\tii\el VOL XIII, NO. 29 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JULY 20, 1988 Sachse Mayor Urges Cooperation in Weekend Survey A billowy cloud mass is a welcome sight over Sachse and Wylie these July days, suppose there's some moisture up there? Do you Sachse Mayor Larry Holden said this week that the city is eligible for Dallas County grants to upgrade its water- line and conduct a sewer infiltration study in the original townsite area of the city. Eligibility, however, hinges on a survey which must be completed this weekend, so Holden is asking for residents' participation. "If the citizens cooperate with volunteers who come to their doors, we have an excellent chance of receiving the grants for these much-needed projects. If we can't complete the survey, we won't be in the running for the grants," Holden said. The survey area includes Fire Calls, Losses Down in Sachse Total dollars of property loss due to fires in Sachse stand at $15,000 for the period of Jan. 1 to July 15, a decline from $75,9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 2 the Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 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. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday The Sentinel is distributed free weekly to all homes in Sachse and Wylie. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Montessori Children's House Opens Sachse Registration NEW ZIP CODE REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NEW SACHSE ZIP CODE -- 75048. Enrollment is under way at the new Montessori Children's House of Sachse, 5005 Ben Davis Rd., at Hwy. 78, location of the former Learn- ing Center Plus. Ron and Joyce Carr, Gar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 3 Speaking Out! Question of the week: "Name one thing that really bugs you." h mm —■ DUANA YATES, Sachse: PAMELA HOPKINS, Sach- "Smokers in stores where I'm se: "Kids saying they're bor- shopping." ed." HARRIS A NE IS WANDER. WINNIE OSTROM, Richard- "Dog owners who allow their Sachse: "Softball tourna- son: "Cleaning house." pets to use my yard for a ments." MARY TATUM, Sachse: Dog owr ets to i bathroom * FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE v_ rfi | H11II,H Summer Fun Loans! Let us help make this summer an entertain- ing summer for you and your family with a First National Bank of Sachse Summer Fun Loan. We have a loan program to fit your needs, whether it's for a cruise, a tour of Europe, or a new boat, automobile or recreational vehicle. Our rates are competitive, our terms are flexible, and our service personal. We look forward to serving you! DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday/Thursday/8:00-7:00 Friday People & Service Make the Difference (214) 530-7999 MPHCT LOBBY HOURS: 9:0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 4 11)11 !MkWM More Sachse Gardeners Awarded Green Thumbs JHBbH PIP ' • •</;• * * mJESP s F1 SflR - km* ^ J ,Jm 1% „ 'i Larry Holden, representing Citizens for a Progressive Sachse, places the award sign in the yard of Bill and Linda Lewis, 1705 Blackburn Road, who won for best yard in July in the acre and larger category. Winner Trina Campbell, left, 3418 Cedar Hill Ct„ with Citizens for a Progressive Sachse's Larry Holden and Kay Snipes. Trina and Bill's yard was selected best in the under-an-acre grouping in July. DAS HANDWERK HAUS 5560 Hwy. 78 414-0004 MENU Gateway Plaza Sachse SOUP & SANDWICH $3 75 (Served with potato salad, pickle, cantaloupe slice) SOUP CHOICES; Wisconsin Cheddar Cream of Broccoli Potato Bacon SANDWICH CHOICES : Chicken or Tuna Salad Roast Beef) with Swiss or Ham ) American Cheese Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato Served on Butter Croissant SALAD PLATE $3.50 (Served with whole wheat molasses muffin) Your Choice of 3: Shrimp-Crab Salad Green Salad Chicken...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

m Triple Crown winner Lindsey Michelle Rueter. Lindsey Rueter Wins Florida Pageant Lindsey Michelle Rueter, al- most 2, daughter of Mark and Deborah Rueter, Sachse, won $1200 in U.S. Savings Bonds and seven trophies in the July International Youth Beauty Pageant and Baby Contest held in Orlando, FL. Representing the North Texas area, Lindsey won for beauty, portfolio, best dress, and was named overall point queen in her age division, 12-23 months. She was run- ner up in swimwear and Western wear. Next year, she will return to Florida to help crown the winners. Lindsev already has her first modeling job--for a children's store in Piano. c/> CORNER cn i- z LLl Q LU I h- BY DR. CHARLES CARTER. D.D.S. In my previous columns about periodontal disease, I have discussed its causes, symptoms and diagnosis. Today, I am going to describe how this disease may be treated. In the early stages of periodontal disease, the only treatment required may be scaling and root planing. Scaling is the r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 6 □SEX* SPORTS lxxxx: rxxx^sqj 3 5W& I GARL&No at wrnm$€-'' fliS Matt Shubzda, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shubzda, Sachse, has played a key role in the success of the Garner Little League Williamsport All-Star team. Matt is leadoff hitter and catcher. Here^ he is seen in District 8 East Zone championship play at Paris, catching (left) and batting (right). Gar- ner won the game, 17-2, and will play the District 3 West Zone champion (either North Carrollton or South Carrollton) for the right to advance to the bi-district round. Garland's Garner Little League All-Stars are still in the running for the District 8 championship and, hopefully, a trip to the state tournament in Waco. Two of the players, Matt Shubzda and Matt Starr, are from Sachse, and Jeff Cummins is from The Greens. The team, left to right, front row: John Perdomo, Oscar Johnson, Mark Arceneaux, Devin Hasson, Cummins, Shubzda and Chris Maher. Second row: Starr, Jason Benham, Casey Chesnut, Travis Tapley, Da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 7 ews from Jofori R. Orr, CPA: Budgeting: Key to Planning With the Texas economy recovering from the oil de- cline and other economic fac- tors, employers are becoming increasingly careful with their money. Usually the first thing they do is cut back on em- ployees, and then on employ- ees' annual pay increases. In turn, this is making it harder for the average person to maintain his or her personal expenses. If every pay period you find yourself saying, "My pay- check is spent before I open the envelope," then this is the time for you to start thinking about personal financial plan- ning. Even though these are hard times for some people, this is possible. Financial planning can be simple and is not just life insurance policies, certificates of deposit or mutual funds. It is a fundamental plan called a budget. By budgeting your house- hold expenses, you will be able to control your money. You will see where your income is being spent and you can control your out of control expe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 8 v-.%, '** ••• I \\ ■; Wylie's Jubilee Days Drew Enthusiastic Crowds — Highlighted by Parade Wylie folks love a parade, as evidenced by the huge turnout Saturday for the Jubi- lee Days celebration. Danc- ers from the North Texas Per- forming Arts Academy march- ed and Shriners waved from pickups, cars, horses, and motorcycles. Kids from the Karate School demonstrated their kicks and other young- sters wore posters urging par- ticipation in the Library's summer reading program, independent Bank-East, N.A., loaded up a stagecoach for the parade and for rides around town later. Far left, Nicholas Anderhub pedaled the surrey which belonged to his dad, Steve, when he was a kid. (Note the oldtime Wylie license plate). Center, Aaron Davis, 18 months, is delighted with his clown costume and makeup. He is the son of Dena and Russell Davis, Wylie. Right, WPD's J.L Holley with McGruff the Dog (known for "taking the bite out of crime "), and first prize winner in her age category, Clown J...

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