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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

# Dr. Ed Brown Opens Practice in Wylie; Charter Review Commission Agrees To Cover Community Hospital Emergencies j0 Submit Amendments to Voters Dr. Ed Brown, who practices in- ternal medicine, has opened of- fices in the Physicians Plaza, ad- joining Wylie Community Hospi- tal. He will cover the emergency room at the hospital days and early evenings, and starting next month, he will be serving on Saturdays. Dr. Brown went to Wylie from Northeast Medical Clinic in North Richland Hills, where he spent about eight months. Before that he was with Lakewood Medical Center in Dallas for a little over a year. Dr. Brown received a bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington and received a doctor of medi- cine at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. From 1981 to '82, he served as a family prac- tice intern at St. Paul Hospital in Dallas and from '82 to '85, he was an internal medicine intern and resident at Louisiana State University. He and his wife, the for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 6 Local Scouts In Colorado D) Brent Haynes demonstrates pole-climbing ability. Scoutmaster Eldon Gordon with Scouts, left to right, Mike Hughs, Brent Haynes (front), Jason Schillerstrom Steve Padilla, Scott Dillard and Sean Langton Scout walking on the water - it's really a log - is Sean Langton. on. " ■ it Brent Haynes takes careful aim while instructor looks Rock-climbing attracts Scott Dillard •)

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Sachse Boy Scouts Earn Many Honors BY JAMES PEARSON, TROOP 12 SCRIBE Page 7 A large number of parents and guests turned out Aug. 10 for the 1987 Court of Honor for members of/Sachse's Boy Scout Troop 12. The presentation was held at the Sachse Christian Church, which serves as the sponsor for the troop's charter. The Rev. Jim Caughlin and his wife were among the guests. During the ceremony, scouts and adults talked about the year's events and the troop performed its award-winning comedy skit, which won them a plaque at Camp Pioneer. Some of the scout speeches dealt with a "realistic" First Aid class, the troop's ac- complishments during summer camp at Camp Pioneer in Arkan- sas, mountain climbing stories from New Mexico's Philmont Scout Ranch, and highlights of the new Pathfinder Patrol at Camp Pioneer. Assistant Scoutmaster Eldon Gordon, who served as scout- master when the troop was founded four years ago, told the group about the first three mem- bers of Troop 12 ar'j then he gav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 8 GISD Approves Bid The Garland Independent School District board of trustees has approved the base bid of School Equipment Co. in the amount of $124,900 for miscel- laneous furniture and equipment for Naaman Forest High School. With acceptance of the bid, the district received a discount of $23,045. The total amount of the contracts for the combined bid is $988300. In other action, the board of trustees: -Approved the bid of National Federation Student Protection Trust for student accident insur- ance. The basic policy annual premium is $50,966, with an ad- ditional premium of $5,688 for catastrophic coverage; -Approved a change order in the amount of $24,535 for the in- stallation of fire dampers at all the new supply and return air grilles, plus the encasement with gyp- sum board of all new light fixtures in the Rowlett Elementary School renovation; For Naaman Forest HS -Approved the painting of the synthetic athletic field surfaces at Johnson and Williams Stadiums. The pain...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 9 GISD Announces Continuance Of Free and Reduced-Price Meal Program The Garland Independent School District has announced the continuance of its policy for free and reduced-price meals for children unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. Each school and the Food Ser- vice Office has a copy of the ^policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. The National School Lunch Program will be available in all schools and the School Breakfast Program will be available in all elementary schools and some secondary schools (secondary students should check with in- dividual school for breakfast availability). The accompanying chart of household size and income cri- teria will be used for determining eligibility. Children from house- holds whose income is at or below the levels shown are eligi- ble for free or reduced-price meals. Application forms with a letter to parents or guardians will be sent home with a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 10 Jacki Sorensen's AEROBIC PROGRAMS Bradfield Rec Center 1146 Castle - Garland 494-7165 WORKOUT: M or W 6:30 p.m. Begins 8/31 Monthly - Ongoing DANCE: T and Th 5:30 p.m. Begins 9/8 7 weeks and continues Register by 8/15 CERTIFIED MECHANIC MASTER & VISA CARD WILDER'S AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR WRECKER SERVICE All Work Guaranteed 90 Days - 4000 Miles Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7 A.M. • 6 P.M. 100 N. Birmingham At Oak STATE INSPECTIONS Wylie, Texas 75098 (214) 442-2402 N0WLIN MORTGAGE KATHRYN BOGARD LOAN OFFICER BUILDER DIVISION 7910 BELT LINE ROAD SUITE A DALLAS, TEXAS 75240 BUS (214) 233 8853 i ininninnineinarnienrr^caimcsracr "ABSOLUTELY the Desi Guller in TEXAS 10% Off With This Ad SEAMLESS GUTTERING DON DILLARD Owner 442-2038 Call for Free Estimate GENERAL CONTRACTING Hirrarc—■crrnaan ninnc ningncrnmnrrCT-.. .-nrrmcac r-.r.nv, ninnr. nip RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL STEVENSON FLOORS CARPET • VINYL • TILE PERRY STEVENSON Owner & Resident of Sachse • Free Estimates • 494-5114 1448 W BUCKINGH...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 11 I 15 Hidalgo Die; y Seis Celebration (713/843-2302) I 1516 Brownsmlle/Matamoros Die! y Seis Celebration (512/542-4341) IS 20 longvlew Gregg County fur (214/7534478) 16 Austin Ores y Seis (Mexican Independence Day Celebration) (512/576 7502) 16 Cameron Fiesta (817/697-2343) 16 Del Kb Die/ y Seis de Septiembre Celebration (512/774-2781) (refreshments, music, dance) 16 Mercedes City s 80th Birthday Celebration (512/565 2221) (parade, carnival, street dance) 1619 Brenham 119th Washington County Fair & Rodeo (409/836-4112) (slock fudging i auction. Western art. carnival country store, contests) 1620 Odessa Permian Basin fair & Exposition (915/367-6111) (farm 4 ranch shows, sand drags. liremens' muster, entertainment) 17 Biownfield 32nd Annual farm Tour (806/637-8092) (noon barbecue) 1719 Henrietta Clay County Pioneer Reunion i Rodeo (817/538-5111) 1819 Parades, Country Music 19 Arts. Crafts Exhibit 1719 Karnes City town I Country Days (512/780-3090) arts, calls, loods; Cr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 12 MARY JANE'S SERVICES |m ' ■ III' 3 * ' 7" LOVING INFANT CARE for new- Tfcx Planning YEAR AROUND offers pool born to 12 months at my home. Income Tax Counseling and cleaning and full maintenance, 495-6716. Preparation • Notary • Public chemicals, and pool sales. Water- Typing • Insurance Filing testing. Spa supplies and sales. Do you need AMWAY PRO- (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 442-6729. Wylie. DUCTS? Phone 495-4895. Wylie • - IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, I HAVE AN OPENING for a full- SQUARE TRUNK ANTIQUES 'ease or 'ease^Purc^ase 3-bedroom, tjme pre.school teacher at Kids R A Treasure Hun.. A Museum." a f'5" " W40. Trip through Time - things from m"n,h' 4541 Bryan <-'rde' H°" past and present. Downtown 0401. HOUSECLEANING Wylie, 442-1712. rwo honest, dependable ladies to WAREHOUSE. clean your home. References. 1,500-3,000 sq. ft., water paid, 530-9959 or 272-9370. MARY KAY COSMETICS overhead doors, $375-$7©0/mo. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY Sachse - 272-5595 - Sharon. / For o compliment...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 13 Police Report ft Chief Tom Fenley reported the following week's activity: Aug. 7, a fire extinguisher was stolen from the 3200 block of Kel- ly - and the police recovered it before it was even reported stolen. Wylie police called to report noise complaints about the rock concert in Sachse. Police asked ,the musicians to turn down the music and there were no further complaints. Police managed to soothe tem- pers in the 3700 block of 6th St. when a theft was reported. Seems a mechanic took tools after working on a vehicle, but it turned out to only be a mis- understanding. That same day, Aug. 7, a per- son ran over a gas meter in the 6300 block of Sachse St. The fire department and gas company were notified, and there were no major problems. Aug. 8, a fight was reported at the rock concert, but officers who investigated found everything peaceful. At 2:45 a.m., Aug. 8, a woman reported prowlers out- side her bedroom window in the 5200 block of Jefferson St. Police found and cha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 14 Feature Section She wants children, husband doesn't By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Before we were married my future husband agreed that having children was definitely on our agenda. I haven't changed my mind, but he has, or perhaps I am now getting the truth from him. He is strongly opposed to having a family because he feels it costs too much over the years and will interfere with his freedom to trav- el, spend time with friends, and go out evenings. We have been married for five years, and I'm getting nowhere with him. Can you help me out? A. He apparently recognizes only the possible limitations of parenthood and none of its joys. He isn't aware, for example, of how much pride most parents take in the achievements of their chil- dren in comparison with their own satisfaction, the unique love that evolves, the pleasures of compan- ionship with them, and so many other elements of sheer happiness that parenthood can bring. You may need the help of a skilled...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Page 15 The accent is on friends, romance and socializing — you'll be in the right place at the right time. Find time to read, write, study and sharpen your talents. Begin a good nutrition, exercise and diet pro- gram to lose or gain weight. PISCES: (Feb. 19 to March 20 - Also Pisces Ascendant) — You're on your way to more recognition and career prestige — good time to mix business with pleasure. Pa- tience, discipline and considera- tion of others needs are keys to success. Counsel in private one who seeks your advice. 0 On positive health for mature adults By Leonard J. Hansen Copley Netos Service Good nutrition can help keep the older body not only fueled bet- ter for daily living, but also be a positive aid in providing good health in the future. Combined with reasonable exercise — even just taking a daily walk — good nutrition can be recognized as a "lifesaver." Conventional assumptions in this country claimed that mature adults were poorly nourished — but new research shows th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 August 1987

Put Number 1 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 5810 SACHSE STREET. OPEN 2 - 5 P.M. SUNDAY. A COUNTRY DREAM - Over 1/2 acre. Adjoining lot available. Estate at its best. Plans say 2300 sq. ft. 3 full baths. Formal dining. Game Rm. Study. Wet bar. Beautiful FP. Double vanities. Wood beam recessed ceiling. Central vacuum. Double ovens. Microwave. Leaded bay windows. French doors. Wallpapers. Picture paneling. Gas. On and on. This is a dream home. 3-3-2-Brk.-DR-GR- Den-FP-WB-1/2 acre. $151,950 FAMILY HOME DELIGHT - Texas living at its best. 2,500 square feet plus. Ex- tras galore. Circle Drive. Boat pad. Gorgeous covered patio. Landscaping. Now let's go into a giant living den. Fireplace. Built-ins everywh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

£he Sentinel VOLUME 1° NO. 29 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AUGUST 26. 1987 §gil SSISitlp mm * $ Animal Control Officer Sheryl Baisden with City Cat Jake, in charge of rat patrol. The Animal Shelter recently received "satisfactory rating" from the Texas Department of Health. Sheryl said she keeps a waiting list for pets - so if citizens of Sachse are interested in being matched with a certain breed of dog or cat, give her a call at 495-2271. Sachse, Wylie Jaycees To Set Up Rest Stop The Jaycees chapters in Sachse and Wylie will assist the Texas Jaycees' statewide rest stop program over Labor Day weekend with a rest stop and free refreshments at the site of the building that was occupied by Louie's Restaurant on Hwy. 78 between Sachse and Wylie. Most of the booths will be at rest areas along major highways across the state, from 5 p.m. Sept. 4 to midnight Sept. 7. Texas Jaycees' Executive VP Bill Frisk said: "Taking regular breaks while driving long dis- tances keeps ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

Page 2 IV 5eat n,ci NEWS & AZYE™ S \3 5624 Highway 78 Sachse. Texas 7509S (214) 530-1100 ESTAS-SHED 1575 Putt sher - 3d* S*ansor Ed nor - =e£>a Line* f-*D-e:u£ -erfactons Jpo" "ir sanding cnaraae: y utter* y a-n oe*SD- ti—■ y zzr- DCKHtCr anC ~.2i 33083' !- rir .T "if Ss-rrns */il p;a:- : f ro-sns: • d-djot u tne ansTO- .t :ne edto: Sons: a-- :cef nfrar express re >' ?«* y —IT hJ—O'l "IC* a'f -1.T ns:;essa-". :nrtse y tne eoTo-s Dst'baec ~ae u al names IT Samse w€e«:> s'jpc =D= "HE VE'" SSJr Z* ~~i£ SiEhT'NEL. \:*s Zti: ne - Thursday ~ Friday SACHSE BUDGET C"t. from rase ' sessons *• enable us tc spenc o-- -_-os -est e**ecf.eh £ .'r" sr the most -'~b:-z asrect y the ouooet c-ocetss ".as ree- me -jstratior of dea ng ft'frr tne seae* -aae ma-oes tnae =*e oassed on r\ 3a_.anr <now- ■'5 t"at we "a.-e cont-o eve-* t">e " jpe ncease mat 3a-anr :s ourdening js wt" ;s -jst-ai'-c t cr \ entoroes :ne urgency o* —~c to = :e~e- atsemanve anc me"C t: djs" rr a en a" oe as ojc«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

I ■. • * Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Are You On The Road To Financial Success? Everyone looks for the road to financial success . . . but are you headed in the right direction? Will a money market account put you on the right path? Or would certificates of deposit provide a shortcut? Avoid dead ends and detours. Take a short trip today to First National Bank of Sachse and let our financial guides chart the course that's best for you. PEOPLE & SER VICE LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday 9:00-7:00 Iriday m a rpi DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: Make I 110 LMlterenCe 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday/8:00-7:00 Friday FDHS (214) 530-7999 Mpnci 6600 Murpl . Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 fSl lOUAl MOUS«"0 lender - ^ ijiltv-.U ••

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

Page 4 Wylie Elementary School Supply List CHILD DEVELOPMENT (Birmingham Only) 1 Pkg. Manila Drawing Paper 12 x !8 2 Boltles Elmer's Glue All, 4 OZ. 1 Box Can't Roll Crayola Crayons 2 Boxes Kleenex (200 couni) 1 change of clothes in a plastic bag with name printed on sack Afternoon Students Only: 1 Pad Easy Print Paper, bot- tom and top lines green with centerlines a broken red pat- tern 1 Box Crayola Markers 2 Bottles Elmer's Glue All. -4 oz. 2 Boxes Kleenex (200 count) 1 Box Crayola Crayons (24 count) KINDERGARTEN 2 Pkgs. Manila Paper 12 x 18 Drawing 2 Pkgs. Assorted Color Con- struction 1 Box Markers (Crayola 8 count) 2 Box Crayons (Crayola 16 count) 2 Pencils (Big Mickey) 1 Box Poster Paint 2 Boltles Elmer's Glue All, 4 nz 1 4-Can Set Plavdough 1 Super Safety Scissor FIRST GRADE 1 Ream Beckley Cardv Paper #567008 1 Box Crayons (16 count) 1 Supply Box 1 Pair Pointed Scissors 1 Pkg. Manila Paper 12 x 18 1 Bottle Elmer's Glue All, 4 oz. 1 Box Kleenex (200 count) 1 Dozen #2 Pencils ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

Tax Rate Increase Announced by GISD In accordance with the Proper- ty Tax Code, Trustees announced the intent to raise taxes for the 1987-88 school year by .063705% more than the calcu- lated rate of $.8555, for a tax rate increase of $.07 per $100 valua- tion, based on a level of assess- ment of 100%. This increase will bring the rate to $.91 per $100 valuation. In addition, Trustees called a public hearing for Thursday, Aug. 27, at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Administration Building to allow patrons and/or other persons to speak for or against the proposed $.07 in- crease in taxes. Board members also announced the intention to set the new tax rate on Sept. 3, at 5:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Administration Building. New books at the Sachse Library are as follows: Patriot Games, Tom Clancy; Presumed Innocent, Scott Turow; Misery, Stephen King; Weep No More My Lady, Mary Higgins Clark; The Haunted Mesa, Louis L'Amour. Also, Dirk Gently's Holistic De- tective Agency, Doug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

Page 6 Si 0 #: CHIL Lt. Gary Coop talks to a group of children at Kids "ft" Wee about personal and family safety, safety in crossing streets and riding bikes, and tips on how to deal with strangers. The day care center's owner, Rusty Simpson, arranged the officer's visit. i Interested youngsters get close-up look at police car at Kids "R" Wee, listen to siren, watch flashing lights, and observe the inside screen dividing officers from arrestee persons. In awe of patrol car interior are these children who attend Kids "ft" Wee Kim Lackey learns about bike reflectors from Lt. Gary Coop during his visit this week to Kids "ft" Wee. Lt. Coop Calls On Kids "R" Wee "MM m ■ 4 Dustin Bradley and new friend, Lt. Gary Coop of Sachse's Police Department.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

Hage / ★ DANCE ★ TWIRL ★ POSITION WANTED: Experienc- ed, Christian housekeeper wants home or apartments to clean. 495-3820. CHRISTIAN DAY CARE in my Sachse home. Will pick up from Luna Elementary. Hot meals, fenced yard, references. Vicki, 495-9284. TOY DEMONSTRATORS NEEDED J^n job. No investment, collecting ^Bk-livery. $40 guaranteed hostess programs. Toys sell themselves! Good pay. USA tt\ party plan. House of Lloyd, 530-2477 or 495- 4106. CHILD CARE - Would like to keep small child or infant. Will he treated with special attention as if my own. 530-6942. DUPLEX FOR RENT - 2 BR, 1 Bath, LR, CP, CH/A, stove, DW, refrigerator, in Sachse. 530-2237 or 254-8106. FOR SALE: Swing set. new, galvanized. $70. 495-1118. YEAR AROUND offers pool cleaning and full maintenance, chemicals, and pool sales. Water- testing. Spa supplies and sales. 442-6729. Wylic. FOR SALE: Beautiful mahogany four-poster twin beds, 5-drawer chest and dresser and solid oak dining room suite. 1503 Black- hum. 495-3063...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 August 1987

Page 8 SACHSE CALENDAR Lions Club, 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27, Wilson's Steak House, Rowlett. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 31, First United Methodist Church. Planning & Zoning, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 31, City Hall. Park Board, 7:30 pm. Monday, Aug. 31, City Hall. School starts Tuesday, Sept. 1 Ladies Lunch Bunch, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, Sachse Christian Church. Food Bank, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, City Hall, for those who qualify. It you would like your church organizations, Scouts, PTA or clubs listed here, call the editor at 530-1100. THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Road at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School 10:00 a.m. . Worship 11:00 a.m. Prisoner Escapes From Wylie Jail In Wylie Sunday, Aug. 16, a white male about 22 or 23 years old, who had been arrested on misdemeanor charges out of Dallas County, escaped from the Wylie Jail. Chief Royce Abbott said ap- parently the lock didn't catch on the jail door and the prisoner release...

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