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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

Page 5 Fire Dept. Report The following calls were made by the Sachse Fire Department June 23 through July 5 according to Chief Jack Yates: Total Number of Calls: 10 Types: Structure Fire 1 Trailer House 1 Auto Accident 1 Auto Fire 1 Grass Fire 5 Hazardous Condition 1 Dollar Loss to City $5,200 Dollar Loss to County $500 Men Involved 59 Units 14 Man Hours 11 hrs. 56 min. Average Response Time in City 4 min. 5 sec. Business Inspections 2 High Grass & Other Violations Issued 42 Burning Permits Issued 3 Total Training Hours 20 New Assistant Principal Named at Webb Marlene Carter, math teacher and academic coach at Garland High School, has been selected as the new assistant principal for instruction at Webb Middle School. Carter has been with the district since 1977, serving at both Lakeview Centennial High School and Garland High. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Dallas and a master's degree from East Texas State University. Calico Kids JAZZ • TAP • BALLET BATON ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

Page 6 tSHflk ■m Jon and Chad Rhoades at recent trip to the Schwenk Pond sponsored by the Library as part of the Summer Reading program activities. Kids of the library and kids of the pasture experience one another's sights and sounds. Librarian Rosanne Burgess helped members of the busy Summer Reading Club discover the thrill of cuddling a goat ■ the next best thing to reading about one. m Bethany Evans and Vicki Kowalski try their luck a the fishing outing —amm—r Stephen, 8, and Christopher Rotan, 6, at Library's mobile workshop at the Sachse Assembly of God Church. \ Jill Kowalski gets fishing tips from her dad, Jack, at the Library's visit to the Schwenk Pond. Melissa Pryor and children, Jonathan and Marilyn. Julia Lee and Tae Ho with mobiles they made at the Library's "barnyard buzz" get-together, June 30. Donna Williams, 6, and mobile. She's daughter of Assistant Librarian Karen Williams. Aman Singh and Janji Chehal, left and right back, and Amit Singh at the Library's June 30...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

CITY COUNCIL (Cont. from page 1) Monday and Thursday curbside pick-up and a rule of five bags per house with a maximum of 40 pounds per bag. Complaints to Henderson and several Council members have ranged from "they left one of five bags from one pick-up to another and then the garbage was scattered" to customers saying they felt they •just weren't getting their money's worth or the same quality of service given by the former contractor. The company spokesman pointed out that the crews are instructed to determine on the spot how many bags they can pick up from each house to give "reasonable" service within a tight time frame as Sachse's trash runs 4,000 to 5,000 pounds per day. Also, he reminded the Council that the former company "went broke giving quality service." As for bundles exceeding 40 or 50 pounds, he said, "We're not in the demolition business." Steps are being taken immedi- ately to answer complaints. An employee, hired specifically for this purpose, will check with the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

Page 8 Local Policeman Cited for Motorcycle Skills Cpl. Jimmy Shubzda of Sachse, a motorcycle policeman with the Dallas Police Department 15 years, brought home a second place trophy June 28 from the Police Motorcycle Rodeo in Richardson. Commissioned policemen from all over the state took part in the event. Shubzda completed the patterned rodeo course in one minute, 44 seconds, only two seconds behind the first place winner. Top awards go to the riders with the fastest times and fewest penalties. jgggk is TO ADVERTISEOR REPORT NEWS CALL 530-1100 B3 iionrndoianianmainiinnmrmDinaE bipod DiBuiunmpiMtjnionmnriipnippft Ellis Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES Conversions • Patios & Decks • Remodeling Roofing Repairs - Skylights Interior & Exterior Repairs 404 N. Jackson Wylie, TX 75098 Paul (Tommy) Ellis 442-6342 BniaaDniociuniDDiariiopippipnin pippin Hiriri in piunipmnnippipnic ran EDUARDO DE LA FUENTE, M.D. DR. "D" FAMILY, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL PRACTICE OBSTETRIC AND GYNECOLOGY (S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

Page 9 Sachse Christian Church Reaches Out to Community Sachse Christian Church has announced that it will hold its second annual Halloween Festi- val on Halloween night, Oct. 31. Concerned for children's safety and amusement on Halloween, the church will open its gymna- sium to the children of the entire community for an evening of fun and games. Plans are in the mak- ing for several game booths, a fortune teller, popcorn, and free trick or treat bags with candy. The Festival is one of many ways that the people of Sachse Christian Church work to make Sachse a better community by reaching out to meet the needs of its people. For years, the church has opened up its facilities for com- munity and civic groups. Among groups that have used the facility recently are the Chamber of Commerce, the Lions Club, ath- letic teams from other churches, the Sachse Go Getters (seniors), families holding reunions, and Boy Scout Troop 12, which the church sponsors. By Jim Caughlan, Pastor Earlier thi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

Page 10 Feature Section The beauties of parenthood By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. The happiest experiences with our children may take such a short time and cost nothing at all. Here is an example. I forced myself to put aside paying bills and reading the news- paper last Sunday afternoon when my daughter came in and said, "Dad, let's go for a walk." It was so easy and tempting to say, "No, I'm busy" (and I almost did), but after a moment's hesita- tion, I agreed because I thought she might have something serious on her mind. We went out into the sunshine, and although neither of us had talk topics specifically in mind, the conversation flowed, with comfortable pauses and brief ob- servations about the sky, the foli- age, people we saw, and so much more. To fall into a sweet hour like that, with no plan or serious topic to delve into, was such a joy for this parent — and I'm sure it could be for others, too. I just felt like sharing this thought with you. A. Hearing...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

Page 11 cosmetics created to meet such a need. The line is available nation- ally, and we have seen remark- able results in many differing cosmetic needs. You may ask for information, toll-free, by calling Lou Ann Kirk at 1-800-524-1120. If writing, address her at Covermark by Lydia O'Leary, 201 Route 17 N., Rutherford, NJ 07070. Mention this column for her special attention. For anyone with a blemish or other facial skin problem, know that you can probably "cover up" most effectively and naturally — (so you can get on, most positively and productively, with your life and living. Q: My mother, 76, was receiving Meals on Wheels before she en- tered the hospital for surgery. When I suspended the service the lady at Meals on Wheels said that they would resume service when Mother came out of the hospital. Now that she is back at home they tell me that there is a waiting list and my mother will just have to wait. What can I do? — H.F., Ossining, N.Y. A: Have your mother's doctor prepare ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 July 1987

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OAKS CAFE IN WYLIE IS NOW SERVING BREAKFAST V LUNCH AND ^ DINNER & C* V HOURS: 6:00—9:00 Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. — 2:00 a.m. — Saturday Sunday: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. — DINNER SPECIAL 442-4494 Wes Dellinger, Manager FRIENDS WELCOME 700 East Highway 78 Wylie, TX 75098 La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant & Club Hwy. 549 & 276 Rockwall, Texas 722-7933 Reservations Accepted Authentic Mexican Food OPEN Mon. - Thurs. 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sun. 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Daily Lunch Specials Club Open 'til 12 p.m. - & 1 a.m. Sat. Orders To Go Live Entertainment Every Weekend July 10 & 11 - "Dallas City Limits'' Coming July 24 & 25 - Sgt. Fury & the Valiant Allstars Get your tickets now - Limited Seating Don't Miss This Exciting Group Rot xwaii i-A HACIENDA i M ' 19 * j i Milt ;,0UTH o C< ACREAGE MOWING, vacant YEAR AROUND offers pool lots, free estimates, very cleaning and full maintenance, reasonable. 475-7999. Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Ore §en,tii\el VOLUME 12 NO. 23(214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY JULY 15. 1987 if ,V- 8P®¥SS«jBSSB - jr. ■ lllSiPl SNOW: LOOKING FOR A HOME. Dear Sachse Citizens, I'm a small female dog with long white hair. I don't know what my name is, so the people I'm staying with call me "Snow." You see, I was deserted by my family. I don't know why they stopped loving me, but they must have because they left me to starve. But several very nice families in Parkview Estates have been feeding me so I wouldn't go hungry. I know they would all like to keep me, but they already have pets. Two of the families that have been taking care of me have small children. I really love the children; we have so much fun together. Wednesday, the Sachse Animal Control picked me up because it's against the law for me to wander free. One of my new friends called and spoke with the Animal Control lady. She's a very nice lady, too, and she's concerned about me, also. So, my two new friends decided I could...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Purchasers of The First 5 Home Sites will Receive a $2,000.00 Per Lot Reduction. This Offer expires 8/30/87. Let's Build Your Dream House • pPMft 1 m ■ . ■ :v,-A; I fcf DAVID BURGESS Lot Sales Coordinator "I'm working with some Custom Home Builders who can build your new home and take your present home on trade!" FINANCING AVAILABLE FOR: LOTS, CONSTRUCTION AND PERMANENT FIXED RATE LOANS. (si Q> GRAND OPENING OF A NEW SUBDIVISION '?8 38 ' ioo to ' io4. o tcZ A I * IS iS 34 BONANZA CT. 10 ' S~oo 0 , Q $ 7 L * 'on S O To o' ro 0 s 8 s<3 <XJ / 13*.o 7'/ J H O < N O QD '00 0' 1 | 30' 9 L pn « ?! o r, J U i J 103 too 6 ' J /oo o' Q- I- 1 >1 19 o . 1 -1 '6 OI ^ ul 1 1 I_^_LL_ too o1 /OO o' BONANZA CT. J 77./?' S(o ^ ssii ee<*7^ 3 0' fit. X 8 5 « n\ V. 4 «\ \ /<2/55' 101 ^ 13 So o BONANZA <r*> GLEN MEADOW Located in the heart of Sachse with 15,000 square feet and larger restricted home sites in a true "CUL DE SAC COMMUNITY.' Fenwick Realtors Opens New Offices in S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE ,*<r We Can Take You Out of the Payday Deposit Rush Race With A Direct Deposit Account With a Direct Deposit Account your paycheck can be deposited automatically in your account by your employer. And if you receive a payment from Social Security, the Veterans Administration, or any federal retirement program, your check can be deposited automatically to your account. Call us today about this time-saving service. LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday FDX* PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPner 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday f& tOUAl HOUS'NO LENOER *.~.7 . • > > ^ w '

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 4 Qie Sentinel NtWS & 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 Police Report Photos From the Past Lt, Gary Coop reported the following recent activity at the Sachse Police Department: July 3: A theft of some bags of ice in the 6100 block of Hwy. 78. Subjects took several items and left without paying. Police are investigating. July 4: Grass fire at Troy and Stonewall which the Fire Depart- ment controlled. Another grass fire ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 5 Wylie Post Office Site Being Sought The U.S. Postal Service is seeking a suitable site for a new Post Office building at Wylie. The preferred area for site con- sideration is: bounded on the north by city limits (south side only): south by city limits (north side only): east by either side of Kreymer Lane: and west by city limits (east side only). Desired size is 5 to 6.5 acres, but smaller and larger sites will be considered, particularly those with a corner location. Property owners are asked to submit their site offerings before 4:20 p.m., August 13, 1987 to: John A. Logan, Real Estate Spe- cialist, Facilities Services Office, U.S. Postal Service, P.O. Box 667180, Dallas, TX 75266-7180. Sachse Welcome Siaht For the Reeds The Devon Reeds are home from a reunion in Boston with Devon's ship buddies and a memorable three-hour rough boat ride to Cape Cod on which just about everyone experienced seasickness including Naomi. They traveled in 22 states and parts of Canada. Several...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 6 C Calico Kids Sachse Attorney Speaks On Tort Reform JAZZ • TAP • BALLET BATON • GYMNASTICS 1517 Buckingham Plaza at N. Garland Ave. 495-1719 Sachses c.ty attorney Tim PerV ns o' Ke^sce & Keisoe. Da as to e :i-'eChan-oe'of Com- merce Tuesday that tort reform (putt ng a limit on punitive damages) s a step in the right direction for plaintiffs arJ de- fendants "I say t won't make a dif- ference on nsurance rates The insurance lobbyists say ft will." he said Perk ns said that the Pig | WYLIE LAWN \ | AND j I POWER EQUIPMENT \ \ FM 544 & HWY. 78 Wylie SALES SALES SALES Mike Hortman, Manager Over 10 Years Experience CHECK THIS OUT: NEW MOWERS We carry a full line of Mowers and Trimmers: Snapper, Toro, Lawn Boy, Roper and Tanaka. If you buy a new 4-Cycle Mower, the Factory will give you a 2-year Parts and Labor Warranty. Guess what! . . . Buy from US and we will DOUBLE your Warranty. SPECIALS THIS WEEK (Bring This Ad) Tune-ups on walk-behind Mowers: Regular price: $42.50 Lab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 7 M t « MRS. DAVID VINTON Becky Rene Williamson and David Noberto Vinton were united in marriage Friday, July 3, at Central Park Church in Richardson, with the Rev. Barry Mayson officiating. The bride is the daughter of Joe and Joann Williamson, Garland. She is an honor graduate of both North Garland High School and North Texas State University where she earned a bachelor of business degree. The bridegroom is the son of David and Delia Vinton, Manteca, CA. He attended high school in Pearsall, TX and is employed by Delker/Woodsmith in Sachse. Three candelabra with green- ery and white bows decorated the altar. White bows were placed at each pew along both aisles. "The Wedding Song," "The Two of You," and "The Lord's Prayer" were played during the cere- mony. Pianist Mike Barnett played the processional and recessional. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white formal-length gown of sparkled organza over silk taffeta featuring a long ruffled train and a fitted bodic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 8 Spotlight on Library Kids 4 Add origami to the list of new crafts introduced to children in the Library's Summer Program. Here they show off their new handiwork. That's TamiChin, instructor, middle row right, stand- ing next to April Baker. Library youngsters enjoying the origami lesson July 7 at Sachse Assembly of God Church which has opened its doors for the Library program. Tami Chin helps youngsters with intricate origami work. Next week, the group will delve into ceramics with Lloyd Smith on Tuesday and Thursday. f I I. I V & ■ ; I Left to right: Bryan Pinson at the Library's Summer Reading Program on "Sheep to Wool" July 9 at the Sachse Assembly of God Church. Linda DeWitt, Rowlett, demonstrates the spinning wheel to an interested group of Library youngsters. David Burgess and Linda DeWitt, who further explains how hair from angora rabbits (which she raises) winds up in gloves and scarves. t)

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Selecting An Animal Shelter Pet Page 9 Why would you go to an animal shelter to adopt a pet? First, many animals are avail- able. Each year over 20 million dogs and cats are taken to shel- ters. Only one-third of these are adopted; the rest are euthanized. Animals are taken to shelters by animal control, or their owners who are no longer able to care for «fhem, or, as often happens, are dropped at the shelter door. There are puppies and kittens, dogs and cats, of all colors, shapes and sizes, mixed or pure- bred. By adopting a dog or cat, you get a loving companion and save an animal's life at the same time. Think about the pet you want. You may also check your local library for books for more infor- mation. A veterinarian usually has pamphlets and information available for prospective new pet owners. Do you want a puppy or kitten or a full-grown dog or cat? Does your apartment allow pets? Will you be able to make the ef- fort to properly care for a pet? For instance, if you choose ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 10 SACHSE GLASS Announces July Super Hot Sale 30% Off On All Home Window Repair ACREAGE MOWING, vacant lots, free estimates, very reasonable. 475-7999. John. REGISTERED CHILD CARE 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. in my home in Sachse. 414-8759. SQUARE TRUNK ANTIQUES A Treasure Hunt, A Museum, a Trip through Time - things from past and present. Wylie, 442-1712. YEAR AROUND offers pool cleaning and full maintenance, chemicals, and pool sales. Water- testing. Spa supplies and sales. 442-6729. Wylie. TEACHER MOWS LOTS, ACRE- AGE with 5-foot mower and trac- tor. Also mows lawns. Senior citizen discount. Free estimate 495-3315. LARGE SECRETARIAL DESK for sale. $75 or will trade for draft- ing table. Call 530-2850 and leave message. Fire Dept. Auxiliary To Meet Tuesday General Telephone Company will present a program on "How Downtown to Handle Nuisance NEW AUTO GLASS SHOP 6408 C Industrial Call For Appointment Mobile Service Available MARY KAY COSMETICS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY For a complimentary facial o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page 11 Commercial Real Estate Women Offer First Credit Course Judy Taylor, president, Com- mercial Real Estate Women, has announced that organization's first credit course. Commercial Real Estate Women and the Professional Development Institute of North Texas State University in Denton will sponsor the real estate f bourse the first two weekends in August. "Analyzing Commercial Real Estate: Investment Strategies for 1987" exclusively addresses commercial real estate brokers and salespeople. Offering 30 hours credit toward real estate license/renewal requirements, the curriculum will expose par- ticipants to broad-based disci- plines, including analyzing and evaluating raw land, commercial improvements, and apartment properties in order to determine demand, appreciation and return on investment. Other subjects to be discussed will be asset management, leas- ing, note brokerage, and proper- ty management, as well as con- struction, architecture and an in- terpretation of the tax refo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 15 July 1987

Page CORNER <z. 3702 SACHSE ROAD • SACHSE, TEXAS 75098 (214) 414-0600 May we extend our warmest invitation to visit us at . . We would be so pleased to have you and your family come and share/our services with us! Sunday School io:oo a.m. Sunday Morning Worship n:oo a.m. Sunday Hour of Power 5:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Prayer 6 Bible Study . .. 7:30 p.m. PARK LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH is located on Sachse Road, between Salmon and Miles Road in Sachse. BY DR. CHARLES CARTER In my last article I discussed the replacement of missing teeth with a fixed bridge. An alternative to the bridge may be the removable partial denture. The partial denture may be used when certain dental problems exist. For example, a partial denture may be used when there is a loss of permanent teeth or teeth affected by perio- dontal (gum) disease. The partial denture is held in place by small clasps, called precision attach- ments. There are three main reasons to have a removable p...

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