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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 9 Sachse Sachse Chief of Police Tom Fenley reported the following activity between July 8 and 14: July 8: Motorist assists at Hwy. 78 and Sixth and at •achse and Merritt Roads. July 9: Theft of a lawnmow- er in the 5200 block of Park Lake. Criminal mischief of a mail box in the 5400 block of Jefferson. Theft of a depth finder from a boat in the 3400 block of Meadow Creek. Theft of tools and a torch from a truck in the 3900 block of Jewel. Burglary of a dirt bike from a motor vehicle in the 3100 block of Clinton. July 10: Suspicious juveniles were advisea to leave from the 5900 block of Hwy. 78. Loud music in the 5200 block of Brookview resulted in a warning citation. Criminal mischief of a mail box in the 5100 block of Greensboro. An abandoned vehicle at Ranch Road and Maxwell Creek was towed. July 11: Burglary of tools from a motor vehicle in the 3200 block of Bryan. July 13: Possible prowler in the 7100 block of Sable Lane; police were unable to locate anyone. Disturbance in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 10 Sleep Disorders Lead To Daytime Problems As researchers discover new problems arising from our nightly rendezvous with sleep, they have diagnosed more than 50 types of sleep disord- ers, most of which lead to nagging daytime problems. Many industrial accidents, school failures, traffic acci- dents by dozing drivers, car- eer disasters, daytime sleep attacks, and general irritabili- ty are caused by sleep problems. The new Sleep Disorders Center at Lake Pointe Med- ical Center, Rowlett, is looking into this health com- plaint, probably second to the common cold. More and more ailments are being traced to problems with sleep, and 10 million people a year consult physicians about these prob- lems, which can signal under- lying medical situations need- ing treatment. Insomnia is a symptom which may have many causes. Sometimes the sleep/wake cycle gets out of sync and the body's internal clock must be reset. Narcolepsy, daytime sleepiness, can be evidenced by either drowsiness, o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 11 Library Kids Share Their Hobbies I Library Reading Program volunteer Joyce Kowalski shows one of her treasures, a rock from London Bridge .... Center, Dusty Copening shows his collection of Berenstain books .... Right, Peter Lcngacre describes his love of dinosaurs as evidenced by the appliqued wall hanging he is making. Librarian Rosanne Burgess assists with the demonstrations. t Jill Kowalski passes around her prized shell collection .... Center, Vikki Kowalski shares her collection of animal cards .... Right, Crystal Williams holds up her stitchery projects. 1 Heather Jones shows her popsicle stick collection .... Center, Sherryl Williams plays her recorder, which is her hobby. .. Right, Sharon Fitzgerald tells about collecting grasshoppers.

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 12 Parade Prizes Announced in Wylie Wylie Chamber of Com- merce Jubilee Days parade prizes went to the following: Decorated Bikes category: 1st, Vestal Group; 2nd, Pur- ple Balloons; 3rd, Happy Clowns. Marching units: 1st, Wylie Campfire Girls and Boys; 2nd, North Texas Performing Arts Academy; 3rd, Wylie Wom- en' s League Kazoo Band. Horses: 1st, Peruvian Pes- os; 2nd, Hewitts; 3rd, Jim and Jean from Wylie. Floats: 1st, Big John's Stagecoach; 2nd, Wylie Women's League; 3rd, Cham- ber of Commerce Jail. Melvin St. John, home builder and owner of Wylie Mobile Homes, was the winner of $500 in "money" redeem- able with local merchants. Bev Nemer of the Chamber of Commerce said that winners who have not picked up awards may do so at the Chamber office on Ballard St. Judges were non-Wylie resi- dents. The Shriners Blood Mobile officials reported donors gave 38 pints of blood. Westmoreland Completes Training Airman James D. Westmore- land III, son of James D. and Cheryl A. Westmorelan...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 13 § Services Thursday For Bryant E. Dixon Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Restland Memorial Chapel in Dallas for Sachse resident Bryant E. Dixon, 71. Dixon died Tuesday at Rich- ardson Medical Center after a short illness. A native of Dallas, he grew up in the Dallas/Richardson area and moved to Sachse in 1983. He retired from the Ford Motor Company assembly plant, Dallas, after 20 years service. Following that career, he spent 10 years with the Operators Engineers Union Local #714, retiring in late 1982. Dixon was a member of the Christian Church. Dr. Oran Nabors, First Christian Church, Richardson, will conduct the funeral ser- vice. Interment will take place in Restland Memorial Park. Dixon is survived by his wife, Lula B. Dixon; son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Cindy Dixon, Sachse; sisters, Lorine Hensley, Dallas; Dorothy Loveless, Rockwall; Jeanne Moore, Garland; and brother, Leon Dixon, Cedar Creek. Pallbearers will be Charlie Fincher, Troy Jones, Scott Smith...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

Page 14 Feature Section xCocoon' star calls for diabetes screening By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service The voice catalyzes flashbacks to the very best radio program- ming of the '30s, '40s and '50s. You remember him as the announcer for Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, for W.C. Fields, and as host of the "Chase and Sanborn Hour." You remember the bril- liant wit of "The Bickersons." when he teamed with Frances Langford. The persona is relaxed and di- rect, just like the Academy Award-winning role he played in "Cocoon." Don Ameche is talking straight in his interview, not to hype his career or his two motion pictures set for release later this year. Don Ameche is talking about diabetes, the non-curable affliction that has affected his son, Ronald, for years. "My son had his diabetes diag- nosed early and through diet and medication he has it well in check," Ameche, now 80, said in the interview "Five and one-half million Americans have one of the two basic types of diabetes th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 July 1988

the silver screen or on videocas- settes in your local store. Or, if you listen hard enough, "and sometimes very late at night or very early in the morning," as he tells it, you may still hear re- broadcasts of the original "Bicker- sons" radio programs. The humor of the show is time- less. Timeless, too. is the energy and ability of its star, Don Ameche. Information on the diabetes screening program is available by writing: Roerig R.S.V.P. Informa- tion, 235 E. 42nd St., New York, NY 10017. If you have a question you'd like answered, please write Mainly For Seniors, Copley News Service, P.O. Box 190, San Diego, CA 92112- 0190. Child-care facilities need careful checking B> Willard Abraham, I'h.D. Copley News Service Q. What do you think about day care for infants? My wife and I work full time, and we need both salaries to live on (they aren't that great). So even though we have to pay for our baby's care, we have more left over at the end of the month than if we had only one sal...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 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. WILL BABYSIT all ages in your home day or night. Ex- perienced. 495-2746. 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. CHILD CARE. A Home Away From Home. Plenty of fun, CHILD CARE in my home. educational toys, activities, Activities and hot meals. fenced yard, hot lunches. After-school pickup. Sachse. snacks. Call 530-2580. 414-5044. LOCAL ONE OWNER "■81*Honda 70 Passport 9''9'™' like,-new ]9?4 Bon,n®: jccq H vill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

(he Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 30 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JULY 27, 1988 South Ballard, Callie Street Repairs on "Hold" The City Council in Wylie may be unable to proceed with street reconstruction on south Ballard and Callie Court because some of the property owners on south Ballard are not annexed into the city. According to Mayor Chuck Trimble, "the street is in the city, but the people are in the county, and they would be getting a free street out of the deal." The city's attorneys will look into the matter. At the meeting Tuesday night at the Municipal Com- plex, the Fire Department made a presentation on the need for public safety equip- ment, a boat for rescue operations on Lake Lavon. Wylie Fire Chief Larry Allen, who also works for the Piano Fire Department, said that Piano was going out for bids on a boat and he suggested that Wylie consider a similar purchase. Trimble said: "We'll look at it, but I'm not sure we need it. It might be a good idea for the Police Department to consider ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 2 Oie Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1160 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swarison 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 Lions Club to Meet The Sachse Lions Club will meet for breakfast at 7 am. Thursday, July 28, at the Country Junction Restaurant on Hwy. 78. A representative from Lions International will speak. 'yfli© Library •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••* Tammy Lea Reissig, Palestine, and soon to be a resident of Sachse, is engaged to marry Joseph Alan Grice, son of Vera Grice, Sachse, Aug. 6, at the Assembly of God Church, Sachse. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 3 Speaking Out! Question of the week: If you could invite a celebrity to your home for dinner, who would you pick? yw/'y DEBBIE SMITH, Garland: JUDY LONG ACRE, Sachse: RICHARD BENEDICT, Sach- Harry Hamlin from LA Law'.' TV's Pat Peterson or Kirk se: "Reba McEntire." Cameron." TENA SORRELLS, Wylie: DIANNE MAXFIELD, Sach- "Randy White." se: " The Pope." * FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE CHECKING ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT Check On Our Services Need a personal checking account or separate account tor your new business venture? Are you saving for a special occasion or for your child's college years'.' Are you familiar with our handy Bank by Mail service or our night depository? Are your valuable papers, jewelry and other items securely stored in one ot our safe deposit boxes? These and the other services listed on this page are available at Hrst National Bank nl Sachse. A friendly and informed team of financial experts is ready to help you. Call or come in today and see for yourselves t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 4 THELMA THWARTUM - By Alex A public service of the Sachse Police Department r PUS^r IN THERE TODAY. EVERYONE'S DEPOSITING -lI[—ilVTWEIR SOCIAL SECURITY but that's so unnecessary . most banks provide direct i > deposit service for their regular customers /wwat do ispns^'JT#^#-!. rn nppnt/r' TUE BAWK RECEIVES YOUR/ HUH.THAT WAY MONTHLY CHECK" DIRECT \ WOULDN'T RISK FROM THE ISSUER. \THECHECK BEING THEY THEM CREDIT YOUR K LOST OR STOLEN ACCOUNT AMD SEND /' " y YOU A RECEIPT yes we have that service SUOULD HAVE \ DOME THIS just filltms j out. please" YEARS AGO 1982 !9Bb by the American Association o' Reined Poisons A crcatmc environment for learning and growing' Montessori Children's House of SACHSE Ben Davis Road at Hwy. 78 530-9668 Call now to enroll! Child Care ages 2 1/2 - 12 Montessori classes ages 2 1/2-5 Before and After School Care in Large Gym Bus at the door to and from Luna Elementary (for Kindergarten - 12 year-olds) Call for information and group meetings FACTORY R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 5 pi. " SPORTS GISD Athletes Must Have Proof of Physicals All students expecting to participate in football in the Garland Independent School District this fall must have proof of a physical examin- ation prior to having equip- ment issued. No school-supervised phys- icals will be conducted. Equipment will be issued and practice will begin about Aug. 15 for all those who have passed physicals. August 7 Deadline For Wylie Softball The entry deadline is Aug. 7 for all teams participating in the Wylie Sports Association co-rec and church co-rec softball leagues. The Sunday-Friday leagues being formed will have a minimum of six teams per league. Entry fee is $250 for an eight-game season. For information, contact Gary Montgomery, 442-6610; Roy Taylor, 442-1133; or Kathy Clark, 442-6908. Wylie High School Football Practice To Start Aug. 8 Wylie Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Sam Terry has announced that high school football practice (boys in the 9th through 12th grades) w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 6 Sachse Sachse police activity for July 16-21, according to Chief Tom Fenley, is as follows: July 16: Theft of a license plate, 7000 block of Hwy. 78. Harassing phone calls, 4000 block of Blossom. Disturban- ce, 3800 block of Sixth Street. Minor accident, 5400 block of Hwy. 78. Suspicious juveniles, 3400 block of Jewel. July 17: Suspicious juveniles in 2000 block of Ponderosa. July 18: Loose livestock, Hooper/Ranch Road. Runa- way on Hwy. 78, located and returned to parent. Possible gun shots, Bonanza and Cart- wright. Trash dumping, 6100 block of Bailey Road; GISD had approved. °csc:We gun shots, 1700 blo' k of Bonanza; police unable to loca?6 source. July 19: Loud music, 6400 block of Hwy. 78; warning citation issued. Missing juv- enile in CcnwaJi area was found. Theft of te'ephone service, 5000 block of Orchard. Suspicious vehicle, 3400 block of Salmon; citation issued. July 20: Suspicious subjects in 3400 block of Jewel. Har- assing phone calls, 2700 block of Ingram. Firew...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Sachse Lions Sponsor Children's Swimming Page 7 H m :'W. mm For the eighth year, Jean Gallien, Sachse, has shared her time and swimming expertise with area children with disabilities so they could learn to swim and observe safety skills in the water. Above, Jean with Dameion Darden. Center, Jean and another eager swimmer. Right, the entire group, left to right: Todd Clark, Meredith Knox, Melissa Walker, Jenny Dodd, Dameion Darden, Matthew Brietling, Josh Philips, and Laurie Berling. * 4'.i' 'Mr* Teaching assistant Kathy D'Jock helps with Meredith Knox's jump into the deep water. Jean encourages Josh Philips, center, and gives a safety tip to Todd Clark. I $ .vj®! r wJE ' 2 I Rosanne Burgess helps with Matthew, Jean and Laurie. Far right, Jean tells how to relieve swimmer's cramp. Jean entertained with a luncheon at her home this week honoring those who assisted. Donating the use ot their pools in Sachse were Donald E. and Debra Gillis, Jr., Michael and Sandra Archer, Greg and Bonnie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 8 PUPPETS, CRAFTS ENTERTAIN LIBRARY YOUNGSTERS , , * Kristin a Radaci, left, and Christopher Jones. New Liberty Puppeteers are, left to right, Shirley, Jason and Vincent Woods, Sherry Mason, and Ed Woods. Judy Long acre, left, and Jill Kcwalski with crafts. m iff Vikki Kowalski, left, and Sharon Fitzgerald. Jim Wollscheid, left, and Jeffrey Hodges. \) William Ewing, left, arid Matthew Radaci. Andrew and Samuel Holsworth use Dinersaurs cereal for crafts (and consumption). m Peter Longacre, left, and Dusty Copening join in Play-Doh projects. Tab Baggett, left, and Josh Scott. fgr Sachse Library kids with stuffed toys. Krissie Eppler engrossed in coloring.

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

The Feline Urologic Syndrome By CHARLES R. PIPES, DVM, Diplomate ABVP Country Brook Animal Hospital The feline urologic syn- drome (or feline bladder dis- ease) is a disorder of the feline urinary tract and is one of the most troublesome problems in cats, accounting for 10% of all hospital admiss- ions. The syndrome occurs in both sexes, but it is an /-piextremely serious problem in <^ihe male. The disease is caused by a combination of factors which lead to the development of bladder infections, formation of mineral crystals or stones, and in the case of the male, serious and life-threatening urinary blockages. Blockages cause kidney failure and death over a few days if treat- ment is not started. High levels of magnesium in the diet, decreased or exces- sive physical activity, emo- tional stress, low water consumption, and viral disease-causing debilitation are all potentially causative factors. It is a common misconception that ash in the diet is a cause of F.U.S. Ash represent...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 10 COLLISION CENTER Paint and Body Inc. ^(^l^n^r^Ffnsurancequoles^ Laser Frame straightening system* * Perfect color matches* Rental car & free insurance estimates *f * 24-hour wrecker service* ipproved Collision Repair| Specialist by Most All Insurance Companies Call or Come by for Appointment —- Now with three locations — 242 Lavon Dr. Garland 487-1432 11462 Garland Rd. 2100 Highway 66 Rowlett 475-7113 Dallas 328-3143 Collision Center In Three Locations Residents in Sachse, Wylie, Garland, Rowlett and nearby cities can find quality automo- tive collision repair at the Collision Center Paint & Body, Inc., now at three locations in the area. One is at 242 Lavon Dr., Garland, where Reg VanMeter is the manager. Another is at 2100 Hwy. 66, Rowlett, managed by Thomas Nor- wood, and one is located at 11462 Garland Road, Dallas, managed by Kirk VanMeter. This company offers high quality technical repair and top customer service. "Whether your needs are for major automotive re...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 11 9t ft. I The Heard Museum's Mary Helen Livingston, left, volunteer- outreach coordinator, shows Texas animals from the McKinney museum to Melinda Hughs and Dona Williams, right, and other children at the July meeting of the Sachse Fire Department Auxiliary at the Fire Station. Assisted by Kathy Askew, Livingston explained little-known facts about a toad, hog-nosed snake, gray horned owl, and an opossum. Right, Ann Johnson and Marie Zaczkowski serve refreshments. QUESTION: 'Will Jesus es- tablish His Kingdom when he comes back to earth the second time?" We will answer this in two parts. First, Jesus established His Kingdom (church) on the First Pcnteeost Sunday after His resurrection. In Matthew 16:18 Jesus said He would "build His church" and in verse 19, He used the word Kingdom. Thus, the church and the Kingdom are the same. He is king and all who will obey the gospel become citizens, or Christ- ians, Acts 11:26. In Mark 9:1 "and he (Jesus) said unto them, verily I say unt...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 12 Feature Section Spend to the end By Bobbi Ignelzi Copley News Service Forget baseball. Nearly half the U.S. population would argue that shopping is America's favorite pastime, according to a recent survey conducted for Neiman Marcus. According to their tally, 49 per- cent of American adults enjoy shopping as much as or more than watching television. And some adults like shopping at least as much as going to the movies (46 percent), playing sports (40 per- cent). eating and drinking (37 per- cent), and traveling (24 percent). Seventeen percent of adults claim to enjoy shopping as much as or more than romance. Asked about their shopping fan- tasies, most Americans are rela- tively conservative: 57 percent would spend less than $5,000 if given carte blanche, and only 2 percent would spend more than $1 million. Yet the objects of their desires run the gamut. Most say they would load up on clothing, home furnishings, jewelry and cars. ENERGY WATCH Those energy-efficiency labels y...

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