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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Page 5 4 Coyle Math Teacher To Kimberlin Academy Jeanette O'Neal has been named assistant principal at Kim- berlin Academy. O'Neal began at Coyle Middle School in 1982, where she teaches mathematics. She and her husband, John, ave two daughters, Shannon ,nd Jennifer. Sachse Bronco Team Wins Sportsmanship Award Sachse's Bronco League boys baseball team, victors in three of its last five games, has been named 1987 winner of the district sportsmanship award. The team (ages 11-12) was coached this season by Tony Doughty and Keith Young. Anthony Doughty was selected as the team's best all-around player; Bryan Garret was most improved player; and Matt Jones was named the team's best sportsman. Other members of the team in- cluded Gary McCarter, Steven McKnight, Jason Salters, Ion Smith, Jason Hall, Dolton White, Darren Wilson, Jim Doughty, Paul G essford, and Wesley Duffer. SUPPORT SENTINEL ADVERTISERS CATFISH EVERY FRI. NIGHT $6.95 OAKS CAFE IN WYLIE IS NOW SERVING BREAKFAST V LUNCH AND ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Page 6 I Tracy McDonnough and Brian McDonnough proudly show their bookmarks and hangings. Donna Williams, Ashley Bowen, Kimberly D'Jock and Angelina Brown, left to right show off their handiwork at Library's cut-and-Daste session Julv 16 Candace Brown's wall hangings say it all: I Love Books on one and a library sign on the other Sachse youngsters are enjoying a diverse vacation program focusing on library values planned by Librarian Rosanne Buraess. John, Teresa, Jean, Jim, and Joe Wollscheid work on ceramics which was a two-part series on the busy summer agenda for Sachse kids, who use the Library facilities. Courtney Bowen, member of the Library's Summer Reading Program, displays her handmade wall hang- ing with library logo. Paul, Sheila and Andrew Dysart at Library's ceramic program in the Sachse Assembly of God Church. Misty Stewart, Christopher Rotan, Mandi Stewart and Stephen Rotan, left to right, busy with crafts at the Library's recent get-together at the Sachse Assembly o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Page 7 L Plastic Surgeon Joins Lake Pointe Hospital Dr. Angeletta L. Brown, M.D., a specialist in plastic surgery and hand surgery, who has been practicing at Medical City and Presbyterian Hospitals at Dallas, recently opened her practice at Lake Pointe Medical Center in Rowlett. "I see Lake Pointe as a dedicated team effort to provide the Lake Ray Hubbard area first- rate health care from a high- quality physical plant with the most modern equipment avail- able," said Dr Brown. In her expanded practice, Dr. Brown, who lives in Kaufman, will maintain office hours at Dallas Medical City, Dallas Presbyterian, Kaufman Presbyterian, and Lake Pointe Medical Center, but will be on call 24 hours a day from Lake Pointe USE SENTINEL WANT ACS Texas Heritage Savings Maintains Strong Net Worth The July 13, 1987 edition of The National Thrift News has ranked Texas Heritage Savings Associa- tion/Banc as having the 22nd highest net worth of more than 3.000 savings and loan associa- tions in the Un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Page 8 mmrnrnm CLflSSIP ROBERTO STAMBULIE, M.D. Certified By The American Board Of OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY (Women's Health Care) Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Medical and Surgical Problems That Affect Women. PHYSICIANS PLAZA • 801-A HWY. 78, SUITE 303 WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 BY APPOINTMENT - (214) 442-2606 SE HABLA ESPANOL If you haven't taken time to find out about Custom Calling Services, maybe it's time you did. J3 ACREAGE MOWING, vacant YEAR AROUND offers pool lots, free estimates, very cleaning and full maintenance, reasonable. 475-7999. John. chemicals, and pool sales. Water- .testing. Spa supplies and sales. REGISTERED CHILD CARE 7 442^729. Wylie a.m. to 6 p.m. in my home in Sachse. 414-8759. TEACHER MOWS LOTS, ACRE- AGE with 5-foot mower and trac- SQUARE TRUNK ANTIQUES (or> ^iso mows lawns. Senior A Treasure Hunt, A Museum, a citizen discount. Free estimate. Trip through Time • things from 495-3315. past and present. Downtown Wylie, 442-1712. WAREHOUSE 1,500-3,000 s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Tryouts Next Week At Garland Theatre Garland Civic Theatre will hold auditions for "Children of a Lesser God" from 7 to 10 p.m. Aug. 3, 4 and 5. Signing exper- ience is desired. Call 272-9122 for appoint- ments. The play is scheduled Sept. 24-Oct. 10 at the Center for the Performing Arts, Fifth and H ustin. Jaycees Seek Members Jaycees invite citizens to "see what we're all about" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13 at City Hall. Call Chuck Gravely, 530-4246 tor more information. Kids In W oVi^- Page 9 Lyles Middle School "Sneak Preview" Meetings The administrative staff of Charlie R. Lyles Middle School will hold a series of "sneak preview" meetings at the school in August. The meetings will begin at 7 p.m. and the schedule is as follows: Eighth grade students and parents — Aug. 11 Seventh grade students and parents — Aug. 12 Sixth grade students and parents -- Aug. 13 Principal Deborah Wester and Assistant Principals Steve Baker and Mitt Price will field questions and provide a tour. D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Page 10 Feature Section Father insensitive to his son's needs By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q My oldest son is 8 years old and has suffered from having a demanding father. It has caused tremendous stress and pressure in school, extreme emotional frus- tration and worry beyond his years. I have two other small chil- dren and also can see the effects on them. It is so sad that fathers cannot listen to their wives more to real- ize they (the wives) know what is best for the children. Men always find time to read the papers and stay abreast of the world, but few seem to have the time to read up on child care and how to cope with and raise children. More fathers should be aware of how sensitive little people can be. Children are young for such a i EDUARDO DE LA FUENTE, M.D. DR. "D" FAMILY, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL PRACTICE OBSTETRIC AND GYNECOLOGY (SE HABLA ESPANOL) BROOKVIEW CENTER 5634 WEST HIGHWAY 78 SUITE 120 SACHSE, TEXAS 75098 Telephone: (214) 530-7577 Emergency (214) 5...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

Discovering dollars and sense of Medicare By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Medicare and medical care are the concerns of your questions this week: Q: I have Blue Cross/Blue Shield major medical coverage, but it does not pay the bill many times when I visit the doctor for a checkup Why not'.' Is there other coverage available? — P.W., The Bronx, N.Y. A Medicare supplement poli- cies are structured to cover the difference between what the doc- tor or medical service bills and what Medicare pays for that pro- cedure or service. There are many services and procedures for which Medicare provides no coverage - preventa- tive or positive health care and attention is one of those areas. That's the way Medicare was cre- ated after the politicians — abet- ted by lobbyists — enacted the program by legislation to exclude preventative care and some fields of medical practice. Medicare supplement policies, basically, are designed to be just that — supplements to fund what Medicare doesn't...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 July 1987

PutNumberl to work for you. Century 21 A&E Associates II 276-5166 SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II The hometown advantage. At work in Sachse. ★ WE BUY EQUITIES ★ ASK ABOUT OUR COMMISSION SAVINGS PROGRAM ★ CALL FOR A FREE MARKET ANALYSIS ★ WE'RE CONTRACTING AGENTS. CALL FOR INTERVIEW - 276-5166. BUCKINGHAM .1^ in SELLER FINANCED - Seller will finance this super charmer home. Just reduc- ed $5,000. Below market. Just painted. 1-year-old roof. Ceiling fan in all rooms. French doors. Mini-blinds. Living room and den. 14x12 workshop. 16x11 covered patio. Exceptional yard. 3-11/2-Dining Area-LR-Den-Patio. $54,900 CREEK LOT - Backs up to creek with plenty of trees. Priced below market. Perfect family home. Large living den. Fireplace. Separate dining area. Earth tones. Large master. Energy package. Just painted. 3-2-11/2-Dining area- Den-FP-trees. $65,900 COUNTRY CREAM PUFF - Country living. Great neighborhood. Backs to park and greenbelt. Utilities are gas/electric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Qie Sentinel VOLUME 13, NO. 26 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY August 5, 1987 > Hmivty Vtkutf Sachse's Water Improvements Under Way, Mayor Reports Construction on the concrete pedestal column of Sachse's se- cond water tower will begin next week and waterline improve- ments that loop a major portion of the city's system are on the brink of being completed. "The elevated tank and water- line improvements are part of an upgrading of our water system designed to take care of Sachse's water capacity needs until about 1995," said Mayor Larry Holden. The new tower, with a concrete pedestal column and a 750,000 -gallon steel water storage tank, is located on the south side of Sachse Road, just east of where Merritt Road intersects. The con- crete column should be com- pleted by October, the tank erected by Christmas, and the overall project has an April '88 deadline. "The addition of this second tank should satisfy Sachse's capacity requirements until we reach a population...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Page 2 9l,e §eqtir|el NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 76 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 m youR/JwpMdM' ] , //lW«(lf/AOENTy IMMI TOOflill JOHN YEAGER, CIC WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. 201 CALLOWAY WYLIE, TEXAS 75098-0040 442 3505 KINSER CONSTRUCTION * $ All Types of Remodeling & Custom Homebuilding Free Estimates Owner - Bobby Kinser Sachse, Texas 530-0581 First Bank of Rowlett Announces Four Promotions Four employees at First Bank of Rowlett ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE It's About Time to Head Back to School! So - Don't Forget. . . If you need extra cash for: • Car Repair • Home Improvement • A Vacation • Doctor Bills • New Clothing • Insurance • School Expense • Dental Work • You Name It Cash Loans Are Available Today! Call or stop in and simply tell us "how much." We'll need a few hours to complete the details and, upon approval, we'll have the money waiting for you. Don't delay. We have money available for loans and offer fast, friendly and confidential service. LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPHCI 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Icxas 75046 DRIVE-UP WINDOW'S: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday fat tOU*l HCKlSlNO LENDER ! t Vv* t tftYVW'/

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Page 4 The Enhanced 911 Emergency System «a.s added to the Sachse Crty Council's goals and priorities list during recent workshops aim- ed at tackling long- and short- term situations facing the crty. Mayor Larry Holden said: "91V the nationally recognized emer- gency telephone number, is the fastest means of summoning help in a crisis such as a heart attack, fire or robbery. The Enhanced 9-1-1 Emergency Sys- tem shortens the response time even more - when seconds are often the difference between life and death." How does the enhanced sys- tem work9 tv,° telephone 911 Emergency System Added To Sachse Priorities List numbers 9-1-1 are dialed for fire poHce or medica emergencies the call goes directly to a central communications/despatch center The dispatcher taking the cat automatically sees on the com- puter screen: the telephone number at the call's point of origin, the address where the car is coming from and other pert- nent information, such as "hear- ing impaired" diabetic inva...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

t- Sachse Library's summer reading program gets a boost from General Telephone Company of the Southwest in the form of a $500 donation. L-R are Alan Merritt, new president of the Library Board; Acting Librarian Karen Williams; and Robert E. Stuart, division service facilities manager of the North Central Division of GTE. Sachse Police Urge Lights On for Night Out Sachse Police are urging the citizens here to take part in Na- tional Night Out, a coast-to-coast crime prevention program an- nounced for Tuesday, Aug. 11. "Residents are asked to turn on all outside lights between 8 and 9 p.m. to show the Neighbor- hood Crime Watch spirit and to let the criminal element see that both police and citizens of this community are united in the fight against crime," said Lt. Gary Coop. Dallas, Fort Worth, Arling- ton, Grand Prairie, Mesquite, and Garland are some of the partici- pating cities in the program. Lt. Coop also wants to remind Sachse residents who are inter- ested in a Neighborhood C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Page 6 Clown entertaining at the Library Summer Program finale is Diana Hurst of Rowlett. Marie Stracener applies monster make-up to face of Stephen Rotan. Brandon Beck and mother, Judy. Brandon, 4, received a certificate for reading 73 books. h Jessica Youngblood gets awards for reading participation. Bonnie Longacre adds make-up touches while Donna Williams looks on. u m- Jim Wollscheid, who with his brother, John, tied for second place for reading 231 books each. Brother Joe read 100 and sister Teresa, 4, completed 75. Spotlight on Library Kids Christy Maxfield and Julie Mclnis with Librarian Rosanne Burgess. 2 Second grader Melissa Engler with poodle balloon which she picked up along with her certificate for reading 28 books.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Page 7 fi On the Wylie Hospital float in the Jubilee Days parade are, left to right, Administrator Larry Wedekind and Dr. Roberto Stamboulie, in delivery room blues. Clowning it up are Dr. Ronald Pilkington and wife, Mary, right. The hospital's float followed the theme, "Where Do Babies Come From?" A poster gave the answer: "Wylie Community HospitalCabbage Patch Kids adorned the pink and blue float. Chapman's Restaurant HIGHWAY 78-WYLIE "Serving You is Our Pleasure " Carry Out Orders Welcome ft FRIDAY SPECIAL All the Catfish You Can Eat $7.2^ Q 442-3113 Emily Efurd, left, secretary to the administi ator of Wylie Community Hospital, and Donna Wedekind, wife of the Hospital head, at the re- cent Jubilee Days celebration in Wylie. A 'JX. PAINT & BODY Insurance Claims Welcome WW SERVICE LOAN CARS AVAILABLE 442-3261 NIGHTS: 442-5747 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE - Owner: DON IIOEFT 302 WILSON RD. WYLIE, TEX. 75098 BUY A NEW COOLING AND GET A REBATE It's not often a company encourages you t...

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

Page 8 City Hall's Serene Appearance Takes on Change at Council Meeting Council chambers have taken on a blue-gray, cool, clean, and serene appearance, thanks to the hard work of the Citizens For A Progressive Sachse, but the mood created by the freshly decorated surroundings didn't last long. Monday night it was business as usual as Council members 2nd Annual BARBEQUE DINNER at SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Highway 78 at Ben Davis Road 5:00 - 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 Adults $5.00 Children $2.50 Dinner includes barbeque beef, beans, cole slaw, rolls, dessert, and drinks. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1520 Blackburn Road Sachse, Texas (214) 530-1005 Mark T. Moore Pastor Sunday Schedule Church School 9:30 Worship 11:00 Youth Fellowship 6:00-7:00 p.m. fM *>±4 \ JlMlACKBURN SAtHM 0D "Meeting the Needs of People with the Power of Christ" 1 ] 1 focused their attention for 31/2 hours on a billboard on Hwy. 78, stop signs, garbage pick-up, sewer meter stations, construc- tion plans on Mur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

r Evangelist Tommy Stone to Lead Revival at Park Lake Baptist Church Page 9 Evangelist Tommy Stone of Sherman will lead the revival at Sachse's Park Lake Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 10 through 14. The church is located on Sachse Road between Salmon and Miles Roads. | Stone, a native of Italy, Texas, " grew up in East Texas, where his father worked in the oil fields. Tommy, who started to work as a roughneck at age 14, will recall his life in the oilfield boom towns in the sermons next week. He will also give his testimony about being saved at the age of 18 and how, at 25, he was called to preach the Gospel. Copeville Baptist Church Schedules Homecoming All former members are invited to attend groundbreaking and homecoming services at 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 9 at the First Bap- tist Church in Copeville. The Rev. Russell Moore will return as visiting preacher. Dinner will follow. Everyone is asked to bring their shovels for groundbreaking at 2 p.m. BRO. TOMMY STONE Stone has served ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Page 10 Citizens for a Progressive Sachse Battle City Hall - With Paint & Hard Work Jeri Pool, interior designer and owner of Jeri Pool Uniforms in Sachse, puts the final touches on the drapes she made and donated for the City Hall upgrading. Steady-handed Sandy Baker excelled at detail work at the City Hall redo. Citizens For A Progressive Sachse handled the renovative project. . ' 11 Tom Sparks tackled the painting with 110 percent effort. m wmm 99 h m Councilman Pat Longacre installs cornice boards at City Hall that were handcrafted and donated by Bill Campbell of Campbell Cabinets, located in Sachse's industrial park. Chuck Gravely of the Sachse Jaycees did a lot of painting and installed the carpet, donated by Coun- cilman Pat Longacre and wife, Bonnie. 1 1 1 r- 'V' . fgfe' I SII SB* Mayor Larry Holden adds a special finishing touch to the City Hall lectern. Kids In 12 U on. 3UANA YATFS - Owner 495-0836 530-1850 SACHSE, TEXAS FALL ENROLLMENT AUG. 10 & 12 10 A M - 4 PM A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

Police Report Misdemeanor arrest was made July 24 of a white male on Mur- phy and Hwy. 78 on City of Sachse traffic charges. Animal cruelty charges were filed on a white male in the 3400 tck of Sachse Road July 25. ice are following up with investigation. Arrest took place July 25 on Arlington Police charges of a white male at Pleasant Valley and Merritt Road. Public intoxication arrest was made of a white male in the 7300 block of Hwy. 78 on July 25. Traffic charges resulted in an arrest of a white male at Hwy. 78 and 3rd Street July 26. Brush fire in the 2600 block of Lake North Dr. off Dalrock Road (county) was extinguished by the Fire Department July 28. Harrassing phone calls were reported by a resident in the 5000 block of Williford July 28. A report was filed. Domestic disturbance in the 1900 block of Ponderosa involv- ed a white male who left the house. A report was filed. Loose cattle brought out the Dallas County Sheriff's Depart- ment to pick up 4 cows at DeWitt and Ingra...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 August 1987

1 u(:: ■ *4t)' Page 12 Run For Fun To Benefit Library The second annual 8K/2K Run For Fun, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will be held Saturday, Sept. 26 in Sachse. Entry fee is $10 before Sept. 15 and $15 after that date and on the day of the race. Registration opens at 7 a.m. and each runner will receive a T-shirt. Fees will be donated to the Sachse Library building fund In the 8K, men and women will be divided by ages up to 25; 26-45, and 46 and over. The race starts at 8 a.m. In the 2K, which starts at 8:15 a.m., there will be men's and women's divisions, but no age division. Prizes will be awarded with a limit of one prize per runner. The race on the all-asphalt course includes short hills and two water stops. The Sachse police will direct traffic. For more information, call Rosanne Burgess, librarian. 530- 8966. CUSTOM BUILDING Homes Built To Your Plans & Specs KaMaKaj Inc. B.G. "RED" MOWATT Builder 7012 SABLE LANE 442-6599 Sachse Firemen Attend Fire Training Sch...

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