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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 June 1987

Police Escort Service for Children Children walking and riding bicycles to the Sachse Library- sponsored summer reading pro- gram at the Assembly of God Church, 2709 3rd St., will be pro- vided with a police escort as they cross Highway 78. Librarian Rosanne Burgess said police will help youngsters cross the busy highway in front of Paul's Grocery between 12:50 and 1:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They also will provide escort service across the highway after the reading sessions are over at approximately 2:00 p.m. Want to check out a new book at the Sachse Library? Try one of the following: "An Illustrated Guide to Modern Destroyers," "Setting Up Home," "Community Dances Manual: Books 1-7," "Jewish Days and Holidays," "The Children We Remember," "Hurri- cane Elaine," "Alexander Hamil- ton," "Stage Fright," and "Black Beauty." ANYONE INTERESTED IN STARTING AN INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE WYLIE/SACHSE AREA PLEASE CALL 475-2847 OR 475-3858 ">> —if — FIRST UNITED METHODI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 June 1987

Page 10 Feature Section Help your child avoid molestation and abduction By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Maybe I'm just a "worry wart," but with all the publicity about child molestatiou and ab- ductions, I wonder what precau- tions we should take to protect our children. All three are pretty young (4, 5 and 7 years old), but 1 guess it is never too early to be careful. Do you agree? A. Yes, I do. So do many others, including a detective in the Para- dise Valley (Ariz.) Police Depart- ment. His advice goes this way: • Encourage open discussions with your child. • Let your child know that he/she can come to you with any problem or question. • Discuss situations that may occur and allow the child to act out and practice appropriate ac- tion. • Know where your children are. Be involved with their friends and friends' families. • Listen to your intuitions. • Report any possible molesta- tions to your own police depart- ment. • If there is some kind of Crime Prevention Un...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 June 1987

€ you can seek the help of the city or county clerk. Birth records are public record, and most county clerks with whom we have worked over the years have been most co- operative and even ambitious in trying to help. Then do the very same research through the county clerk for your brothers, by date and city. Exam- ine the names of the identified parents, and try to tie back the names to the listings for your own city and date. Then, do the same research on those people who raised you. Comparing this infor- ♦ mation might provide the key. Were you baptized in a church? Research there to find names, dates. If you find the name of the at- tending physician identical on your brothers' birth certificates, contact the physician's office to try to build a link. Contact the school of your first registration, to check their records - these, too, are public record. Check for the names of identified parents, birthdate and city location. Private Records: Many adop- tion records are closed, relat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 June 1987

PutNumberl to work for you. Century 21 A&E Associates II 276-5166 The hometown advantage. At work in Sachse. SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II ★ WE BUY EQUITIES ★ ASK ABOUT OUR COMMISSION SAVINGS PROGRAM ★ CALL FOR A FREE MARKET ANALYSIS BUCKINGHAM COUNTRY CREAM PUFF Country living. Great neighborhood. Backs to park and green- belt. Utilities are gas/electric - TP&L. Wallpapers. Corner fire- place. Mini-blinds. 2 full baths. Double sinks. Custom cabinets. Earth tones. Large redwood deck overseeing park. Immediate occupancy. 3-2-1-Den-Dining Area-FP. $66,900. REDUCED BY $29,500 Motivated and priced to sell. Just reduced $29,500. Giant home with 2 full baths and 2 half baths. TV room. Office. Kitchen bar. Trash compactor. Plush carpet. Beautiful tile. Parquet floors. Beveled glass. Game room. Solarium. Circle drive. Great loca- tion. Perfect family home. 3-2 Full-2 halfs-DR-Den-Game- Office-FP. $120,000. WAY BELOW MARKET Foreclosure. Priced to sell. Giant co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Ql,c Sentinel I • VOLUME 12, NO. 20 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY JUNE 24, 1987 Pet Party Launches Library's Summer Program More than 60 kids and parents and a colorful bunch of animals - live and stuffed - filled up the Fellowship Hall of the Sachse Assembly of God Church, June 18, for a Pet Show, This was the first event of the Sachse Library's Summer Read- ing Program, Every participant was pre- sented with a ribbon, and first, second and third place ribbons went to "top dog," "top cat," "most unusual pet," and "best stuffed animal." (We would have added blue ribbons to Librarian Rosanne Burgess for bravely undertaking such a spectacle, and to the church for opening its doors to such an unpredictable gathering of furry friends.) A cat named Boo, wearing a blue dress and a ribbon tied behind one ear, decided pretty City Council Considers Sentinel For Legal Advertising The Sachse City Council is considering publication of city legal notices in The Sentinel, rather t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

6tf9R b T* ™ Page 2 Fenwick Realtors Opens New Offices in Sachse Brookview Center • Suite 104 • Highway 78 and Welcomes David Burgess to the Sales Staff r FOR SALE Fenwick ^ Associates REALTORS GLEN DERMIS, Manager, will be traveling to Hawaii in the fall, his award from Fenwick for his outstand- ing sales record. Home phone: 422-1916 DAVID BURGESS, new addition to the Sales Staff brings to Fenwick an extensive and successful background in real estate sales with another promi- nent real estate company in the Dallas area. Home phone: 530-6635 The Greens • $140,000 and up. Custom Homes. 32 16 James • Reduced $6,000 below appraisal for quick sale. Owner transferred. Bring con- tract. 6107 Anthony • home with a view on acreage. LOMA BAHGHAM, Administrative Assistant and Real Estate Broker. 530-6635 If you would like to know the value of your home today, please call Glen, Loma or David at 530-6635 for your FREE C.M.A. 0 These Realtors are Here to Help You . . . Along With Fenwick's Other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 3 > FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE r FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE IE 11 YOUR NAME First National Bank of Sachse has MPACT and you can have it too. With your own personal Firs* National Bank of Sachse MPACT Card you have access to your cash 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. You can use MPACT Machines to get cash in banks, supermarkets, airports, shopping malls, and hospitals all over Texas and throughout the United States. The shortest distance between you and your money is MPACT. Call today for information. LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday FDK5 PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 ist IOUAI NOUSINO LENDER ?AVVMM * i < • V • ♦ * 4 * * *'*

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 4 Oie §en,tin,el 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. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse weekly. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SENTINEL: News Deadline — Thursday Ad Deadline -- Friday FRIDAY DEADLINE Call the editor at 530-1100 by Friday each week if you wish to advertise a garage sale, summer job for teens, or some special item or service. Letters to the Editor: Dear Editor: A few weeks ago my husband and I treated ourselves to a much-needed and hard-earned vacation out of the country for several days. While we were away, our house was enter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 5 1 New music director at Park Lake Baptist Church is Jerry Matters, left, with the minister, Mark Reynolds. Jerry, a native of San Angelo, was music director at Jupiter Road Baptist Church in Garland and spent four years at Mesquite Calvary Hill Baptist. His wife, Linda, served as pianist at Jupiter Road Baptist 17 years and now plays piano at Park Lake. He holds a BA in music education from Friends University in Wichita, KS, attended Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, played in the U.S. Navy band four years, and taught music in high school in Kansas. TONY BISHOP (point £ VIRGINIA 3ISH0P 530-8834 su 1£, 5816 HWY. 78 530-8571 DAVID P. GRANGER, M.D, Announces the opening of his office practice, specializing in PEDIATRICS Including newborn, pediatric and adolescent health care By Appointment: Metro: 412-3034 Rockwall: 722-1322 6800 HERITAGE PKWY. SUITE 102 ROWLETT Stowers Book at Sachse Library If you enjoy a gripping tale of murder - one that actually hap- pened - check out Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 6 Family Foremost In Busy Life Of Homemakers' Pam Baker She is the fire marshal's daughter, the fireman's wife, April Marie and Brandon Todd's mother, the caterer, the decorator, the Sunday School teacher, and the extraordinary homemaker. She is Pam (Mrs. Michael) Baker, a familiar face in Garland and Sachse circles. Pam, 33, was born in Dallas. Her parents are M.L. and Laura Todd. He is fire marshal in Richardson and Laura is on the staff at North Garland High School. Pam and her husband, Mike, bought their home five years ago on Talley Road in the Garland city limits right off Murphy Road. The road was named for her grand- father, the late H.H. Talley. Pam's grandmother still lives in her home on Talley. Pam and her husband gradu- ated from Garland High School in 1972. They first met on the bus they rode to school. Pam, who completed an associate's degree at Eastfield, describes her hus- band as a jack-of-all-trades. Besides his fireman duties, he is a journeyman electrician,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 7 Dr. Tom Sudela, chief of Ob- stetrics and Gynecology at Lake Pointe Medical Center, is a man on the go. He recently moved his practice from Baylor Hospital and ob- stetric deliveries began at Lake Pointe in early May. He remains a member of Bay- lor's High Risk Referral Service in Obstetrics and is a member of the Baylor Clinical Teaching Team. In addition, he teaches and lectures, including his ser- vice as an instructor in Baylor's Emergency Medical Technicians Program and as a member of the Courtesy Clinical Staff at Park- land Hospital in Dallas. Dr. Sudela is Board Eligible, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology; and is a mem- ber 6f the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Texas Medical Association, and the Dallas County Medical Society. His wife. Casey, is from Mule- shoe, Texas. The couple was married eight years ago, after meeting in a hospital where she worked as a Registered Nurse. They have lived in Rockwall four years, and have two daughters, Rac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 8 Animal Control Officer Sheryl Baisden gives tips on pet handling and answers questions at the recent Pet Show in Sachse Assembly of God Fellowship Hall. This event launched the library's Summer Reading Program. Jonathan and Straley Snipes with Snowflake and Tiger. Mandy the basset hound poses with Tracy, Chris and Brian McDonough. I "OFFICIAL I#* JUDGE Wendy barnett with Midnight. a monxey puppet won Laura Holand 2nd prize in the stuffed animal category. Amy Burgess and pet rabbit Melissa Luther and daughters Ashley and Lindsay with "best dog" Wilbur, who took a blue ribbon in the dog category Richie Phillips and Scooter. 9 Jennifer Hughs and Squeaky and Melinda Hughs with Brandy.

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 9 I-OWE, I-OWE, IT'S OFF TO WORK I GO! Witty, energetic child care professional "Mommy" would like the attendance of your child/ren. CPR & First-Aid knowledge. For consideration, con- tact Debbie, 530-1083. LICENSED CHILD CARE in Sachse home. 24 hours. 530-3254. IE AC HER MOWS LOTS, ACRE- AGE with 5-foot mower and trac- tor. Also mows lawns. Senior citizen discount. Free estimate. 495-3315. NEED CASH? 1 buy guns. 680-3454. MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and Preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie VILLAGE EAST APARTMENTS, 105 S. 5th St., located in Wylie. 2-hedroom, 1-bath $395 per month. $125 securitj deposit. 442-5278. BEmoHa YEAR AROUND offers pool cleaning and full maintenance, chemicals, and pool sales. Water- testing. Spa supplies and sales. 442-6729. Wylie. PROEESSIONAL TUTORING. Reading, language, math. 9 years' experience. Regular classroom and learning disabled. Sliding scale fee. Debbi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 10 Countrystyle Real Estate 109 S. Murphy Rd. 422-0720 We have homes in Murphy, Sachse, Wylie, Lucas, Culleoka, Lake Lavon, Garland, Dallas, and several acreage tracts. Several Nice Custom Homes On Acreage We Manage Rental Property Bobby Kinser Charts Course For Successful Building Business m REALTOR' Call office for information. MU.' *1! L'StiHO SI « ■ ' MIS 13 IOUA' HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Bobby Kinser is out to make a name for himself in the construc- tion business. Already well known as the sidekick of builder Danny Holley, Bobby has been around the busi- ness most of his life - first with his grandfather, who was a carpenter in Wyli$, and, most recently, with Holley, serving as purchasing agent and overseer of some 75 houses over the past two years. Bobby talks about his former boss like he was a brother. Fate seemed to deal Bobby some hard blows, but Danny was always there for him. "Danny believed in me and gave me a chance," Bobby said. Sachse's newest entrepreneur was born ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 11 Easy Access Between Sachse, Rowlett Planned Dallas County Commissioners have agreed with a request by City of Garland officials to widen Rowlett Road to six lanes be- tween Castle Drive and Pleasant Valley Road, with an additional alignment of 11/2 miles between Pleasant Valley Road and State Hwy. 78. This is in contrast to what was approved by voters in the county's 1985 bond package. At that time, approval called for the construction of a two-lane road with four-lane bridges between Castle Drive to about one-half mile south of Pleasant Valley Road. No consideration was given for extension of the improved road to Hwy. 78. The bond package called for a total expenditure of $1.5 million. The wider, extended road will run about double that amount. And, whereas the road approved in the bond package would take six to nine months to complete, the wider extended road will take 15 to 18 months to complete. When completed, there will be easy access between Sachse and Rowlett. GCT "A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

PI- I Page 12 Kids In DUANA YATES - 0 n«r Sochi* Cinltr #104 9141 St. Hljh.ov 78 5aeh> , Tim 75018 •BALLET* •TilRLINS* 'DRILL TEAM* TUMBLING* *CHEERLEADINQ* ♦JAZZ* •TOTS-IN-UOTION ACTIVITY TIME* HAP* ♦ADULT DANCERCIZE* •BOY'S SKILLS* •SUPER KIDS PRE-SCHOOL' CLASSES FOR AGES 18 MONTHS - ADULT CALL 495-0B36 OR 530-1850 Fire Chief Jack Yates reported 17 calls during June 1 and June 22. Types of calls were as follows: Fire Dept. Report False Alarm 1 Structure (house fire) Auto Fire Auto Accident Medical Emergency Smoke Scare Public Service Hazardous Condition Brush There was a reported loss to the city of $4,200, and to the county of $25,000. Some 54 men were involved; 21 units; and total man hours ran 22 hours, 23 minutes. Average response time in the city - 3 minutes, 33 seconds. Yates said there were two business inspections and 190 violations - mainly for high grass. Eight burning permits were issued. Firemen had 35 hours of training. MISSING ANYTHING? If you're not earning inter...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Police Report Page 13 Business owners, Lt. Gary Coop is only a phone call away from doing a complimentary security check of your building or office. Responsible for crime preven- tion in Sachse, Lt. Coop would like to organize a business watch in addition to the neighborhood watch. Call him if you're in- terested in either or both endeavors. Lt. Coop filled us in on the police department activities for the week starting June 10. June 10: Burglary of a motor vehicle which ran $100. A major accident in the 6800 block of Hwy. 78 with minor injuries. An arrest of a male for public intox- ication in the 6300 block of Murphy Rd. A theft in the 2200 block of Vicksburg of $90 in value. June 11: A male was caught in the act of dumping trash and issued a citation. Police re- covered a stolen vehicle out of Mesquite on Bunker Hill, north of Miles Road. June 12: A minor accident took place at Sachse Road and Sal- mon. Another minor accident occurred in the 5600 block of Hwy.78, June 14: A minor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Page 14 Feature Section Tips on travel for senior citizens By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Q: What is available to tour or travel in a new city? We do not feel comfortable driving a car around a new, large city. Do hotels or motels have tour information? My husband, 67, would like to see Grand Canyon but doesn't do very well driving in traffic. Your suggestions? — P.S., St. Marys, Ohio A: Driving in a new city can be, a challenge for anyone at any age. And most times the driver doesn't get to see much but the traffic, while passengers can see the sights. Here are some recommen- dations: Consider A Package Tour You might want to leave the driving — whether on land, sea or in the air — to someone else, by taking a package tour program. There are great values to be found in adven- tures by train, bus or airliner. The tour programs usually have the transportation from your transit system to your hotel already in- cluded and arranged. Local sight- seeing tours are available for ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Daughter against Mom's plastic surgery By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service q. For several years I have wanted to have face surgery be- cause of eyes, a nose, mouth, and neck that are less than attractive. A don't intend to do anything dras- tic, perhaps starting out with the most serious problem, a nose that reminds me of Jimmy Durante's. I have thought this matter through carefully, seeking the most competent physician and keeping my family (my husband and teenage daughter) informed about my plans. My husband doesn't care one way or the other. He says he loves me as I am, but if it will make me happier, go ahead. My daughter is totally against it. When the subject comes up she cries and carries on. She throws hack at me a statement I've often made in the past, that surgery is a last resource and should be used only if absolutely necessary. I tell her that from my point of view it is very important and nec- essary, that this issue goes beyond vanity and into the realm of h...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 June 1987

Put Number 1 to work for you. Century 21 A&E Associates II 276-5166 The hometown advantage. At work in Sachse. SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II ★ WE BUY EQUITIES ★ ASK ABOUT OUR COMMISSION SAVINGS PROGRAM ★ CALL FOR A FREE MARKET ANALYSIS BUCKINGHAM DUPLEX 8%% FINANCING AVAILABLE Foreclosures. 30-year fixed financing available. 5% and 10% down. No PMI required. Easy qualifying. Two bedrooms. Living dens. Breakfast areas. Covered parking in rear. Fenced back yards. Immediate occupancy. Each side includes: 2 bedrooms, den, breakfast areas, covered rear parking. $95,900. CUSTOM ON ACRE Contemporary custom on 1 acre cul-de-sac lot. Impeccable. Fully sprinklered. Wall-to-wall built-ins. Gorgeous fireplace. Wet bar. Tile entry. Mini-blinds. Wallpapers. Formal dining. Large den. Game room. Double sinks. Hot tub. Patio. Professional landscap- ing. Family home. 3-2-21/2-Brk.-DR-Den-GR-FP-WB. Acre. $119,900. FAMILY HOME DELIGHT Texas living at its best. 2500 square fee...

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