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

Page 5 Roundup Christmas Decoration Contest Set for Dec. 15 BY KRISTI LUMAN NG students are preparing for the holiday season by taking part in canned food and toy drives and planning Christmas parties. The first period class that col- lects the most canned food will receive a "deluxe breakfast." The second place class will receive a different breakfast. Fourth period classes are re- sponsible for collecting toys for the National Honor Society's an- nual toy drive. The winning class will receive a pizza party. NHS members include Paul D'Jock, Melanie Jacobs, Kristi Luman, Renee Solar and Brian Speer. Beta Club will hold its annual Christmas progressive dinner on Dec. 14. Juniors Karen Horton and Amy Walter have donated their houses for one of the courses. Renee Solar was elected "member of the month" at November's meeting. Although the 1988 Olympics may seem far in the future, two students are already preparing for them. Cyclists Eric Harris and Corbin Mills have been invited to trai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 6 SPORTS Two Garland Boys Basketball Teams Busy; Two Others Take Week Off BY J. THOMAS REX For Garland city high school boys basketball teams, it was either dull and boring or busy and exciting. Two of the Garland schools were idle this week and the other two competed in a pair of very heated tournaments. The North Garland Raiders placed fourth in the Pearce- Berkner tournament and the Garland Owls lost in the consola- tion championship in the Haltom- Richland tournament, while both South Garland and Lakeview acted as spectators. The Raiders started out with a win over the Bishop Lynch Friars in the first round of the double elimination tournament by a score of 66-65. Senior Jamie Edwards canned two free throws with no time on the clock to seal the victory for the Raiders. With less than five seconds left, Edwards started for the bucket and with one second left was fouled, sending him to the line for two shots. "I wasn't even thinking about what I was doing," said Edwards. "I w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 7 Looking for Taste and Quality? They're As Close As David's Meat Market m, mm it rryj&tY M* 'ftf "V It I ..v> I .V David and Pal Harris, right, and Tony Baugh, left. Inviti rou *> <*>>«*" Important menu shopping at David s Meat Market, 4010 N. Jupiter Rd., around the corner from Apollo, in Garlano. If it's tender, quality meat you're looking for to satisfy the tastes of your most discriminating guests this holiday season, visit David s Meat Market, 4010 N. Jupiter Rd. In addition to top-of-the-line USDA choice corn-fed Iowa beet, poultry and pork, you're also guaranteed a generous helping of down-home friendliness and a witty remark or two from the owner. Like an artist at work, David cuts a prime rib roast, pork crown roast, tenderloin or a custom-smoked turkey with finesse and expert know-how. One of the only full-service meat markets in this area, David s has its own smoker and supplies the finest in smoked turkeys, briskets, ribs, hams, and chickens. • B...

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

Page 8 FRIDAY DEADLINE Call the editor at 530-1100 by Friday each week if you wish to advertise a garage sale, or some item or service. Carol Harman of Longview, membership director of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce, visited the Sachse Chamber Tuesday at its regular monthly meeting in the Sachse Christian Church. Harman announced that effec- tive Jan. 1, the three regional East Texas Chamber Official Speaks to Sachse Group THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Road at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School Worship 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Anita Hill, new Sachse Cham- ber of Commerce member, who attended the Chamber luncheon Tuesday. r*MJ'1 i 1 '- <=•= ~ 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. chambers - East Texas, West Texas and South Texas will merge into what will be called the Texas State Chamber of Commerce, w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 9 Holidays Ahead Campaign Month Proclamation Signed by Mayor You can pick up bumper stick- ers that say "No Thanks, I'm Driving!" a key ring, and recipes for tasty non-alcoholic drinks at Sachse Public Library. ^The materials are furnished by Dallas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. Mayor Larry Holden signed a proclamation from the City of Sachse which designates Dec. 1 through Jan. 1 as "Holidays Ahead Campaign Month" and he 0 No thanks m driving'. Piir i Free • Rule Homo on Nov Y<M' S Ev .ill I .iU-7090 Mayor Larry Holden meets with Sandi Shugart of Wylie, who serves as a volunteer with the Dallas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addic- tion. Holden signed a proclamation for the Dallas group's "Holidays Ahead Campaign" Dec. 1-Jan. 1 which stresses public attention on the death and destruction to people and property caused each year by the abuse of alcoholic beverages. ANYONE INTERESTED IN STARTING AN INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE WYLIE/SACHSE AREA PLEASE CALL 475-284...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 10 «„ >#v Ray'Miller Mini Storage 1950 Hwy 78 East Wylie, Texas (214) 226-0120 Physicians Plaza 801 West Hwy. 78, #202- Wylie. Texas 75098 V MALCOLM J. WALL, M.D., Ph.D. announces the opening of his office for the practice of Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Arthroscopic Surgery Joint Replacement Surgery Office Hours: By Appointment (214) 442-4040 If no answer: (214)442-5414 NOW OPEN KEN'S AUTOMOTIVE 6514-A Industrial Sachse We Offer Complete Automotive and Wrecker Service Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 495-0293 Gamell& ffaJlay (Fine Arts & Framing) ( Professional Custom Framing I^rge Selection Of - Original Oils, Watercolors, Inks, Decorator Prints, & Limited Edition Prints, Etc. * Monday - Friday 10:00 6:00 / Saturday 10:00 - 5:00 700 F„ HWY 78 442-5148 OAKS CENTER, WYLIE. TX I /VonCo^buriv ' CUSTOM DRAPERIES Expert Advice Fabric Walls Bedspreads Window Treatments 495-7779 or 495-3519 5701 murphy road, garland Sachse Police Department's Lt. Gary Coop provided t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 11 ^ Owl Tracks 33 d g 8 .0 BY LOREE ELTON As the Yuletide season ap- proaches, GHS students are active in everything from charities to parties. Before Thanksgiving, Beta Club members gathered canned foods to distribute to the needy. Now they are collecting toys for needy children for Christmas. The choirs and band are cele- brating the holiday season with Christmas concerts. The band, including members Diane Sedg- wick, Dana Morgan, Loree Elton, and Sashaa Olson, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11, at the Performing Arts Center in Gar- land. The choir, with seniors Mark McLaughlin and Troy Kirchen- baur and sophomores Oto and Lisbeth Hernandez, will perform on Dec. 17. The pop group "Celebrations" will also give several concerts in the next few weeks. McLaughlin and Kirchen- baur belong to this group. The jazz band will play Dec. 12 in the cafeteria. The senior class will reap the benefits of its newest fundraiser, Christmas poinsettias. Senior Class President Diane Sedgwi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 12 Kids in Motion Performers Will Entertain in Garland Kids in Motion Dance Studio performers will take to the stage Monday, Dec. 14 at First United Methodist Church in Garland in celebration of the holidays. The three groups - Juvenile Ex- press, Pee Wee Twirling Express and Junior Twirling Express - are made up of girls from Sachse, Wylie, Garland, Richardson, Royse City, Lucas and Rowlett. These groups hold five regional titles which were awarded at the 1987 Southwest Teachers Asso- ciation regional meeting. The girls for this program were selected from auditions in which more than 25 competed for places on the teams. For this event, each family will take a toy or other item to be distributed to needy families in the area by First National Bank in Sachse and the New Beginning Center in Garland. More than 90 KIM students made up the largest marching unit in Wylie's recent Christmas parade. Early detection is the onJy way to protect yourself against breast cancer. That means r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 13 2nd y l Ac ist piACt ;> City Manager Lloyd Henderson, left, and Mayor Larry Holden put children's drawings up at City Hall as part of the Christmas decorations there. If you have a youngster who is interested in displaying a Christmas drawing, contact City Hall. Wayne Snipes, left, and Jim Becker, right, hold stockings to be awarded to first and second-place winners in Sachse's Christmas street decorations contest. Winners will be notified Dec. 16. The contest is sponsored by Citizens for a Progressive Sachse. TOUCH OF COLOR INTERIORS Miniblinds, Verticals, Shades, even WALLPAPER AT 30% DISCOUNT 'Builders Welcome* 442-7142 FOR DETAILS tfor wHefcv 4 I .1 S . Yale G a r I an d . Texas 7 50 \'J. Dear Parent, All communities need a place for t,L.c youth to socialize in a controlled environment that': safe. Children who live out of the city limits do not alwsys have the same op- portunities to enjoy and learn a good, clean sport that children in the city do. We at Hot Wheels S...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 1987

Page 14 Feature Section NASC — a senior organization with a cause By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service ARLINGTON, Va. - In the al- phabet soup of identified "senior citizen" organizations there is one that deals with issues concerning mature adults from a conserva- tive political position. The organi- zation is the National Alliance of Senior Citizens Inc., headquar- tered in Arlington, Va., a few min- utes' drive to the White House and the halls of Congress. The conservative posture posi- tions the National Alliance (NASC) as contrasted to the National Council of Senior Citizens (NCSC), which is founded and directed by the AFL-CIO. "We address issues of the na- tional economy and security be- cause these are significant factors in the determination of lifestyle and opportunity in America," states C.C. "Curt" Clinkscales, III, national director of the organiza- tion. Virginia Aubrey, president of NASC, participates in the briefing on the organization. "We found that senior citiz...

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

Q. A pet peeve of mine is the habit so many people have of la- beling children, and in that way adding to a possible handicap. This matter hits me so hard be- cause our 12-year-old son is some- what slower than other children. Because he can do so much and looks "normal," I resent the label of "mental retardation" and the limited potential it implies for some people. He reads fairly well, talks clearly, understands a great deal, and will no doubt have a job ^■earn a living someday even tiffgh it may be at an unskilled or semiskilled level. We place emphasis on what he can do rather than what he can't. I once heard someone talk about "accent on assets," and that appeals to me I hope you agree with me, and will share your opinion with oth- ers If we are not on the same wavelength, please don't use my letter. A. Right on! I agree in spades, and so do an increasing number of thinking adults. Thanks for sending me your commonsense insights. Letters may be sent to Dr. Wil- lard Abraham, O...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 December 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 FREE HOME BUYING CONSULTATION ★ Free Credit Report ★ Qualifying — Affordability ★ Financing Guidelines ★ Market Analysis — Call For Appointment — BUCKINGHAM Each Office Is Independently Owned & Operated LOOK NO FURTHER - This is it. Adorable home with room galore. 1400 square feet plus. Roof, air-conditioning, water heater, carpet new in 1987. Game room off kitchen/breakfast area. Skylight. Ceiling fans. Wood fence. Refrigerator. 3-2-2-Dining Rm-Living Rm-Game. $59,950 2300 SQUARE FOOT PLUS FORECLOSURE — Won't last long. Make offers in low $80's. Four bedrooms. Formal dining and living room. Den with fireplace. Gigantic master. 2Vz baths. Great family home. Thousands under market. MAKE OFFERS — Foreclosures. 91/2% fixed financing available for 30 years. Seller will recarpet and paint these duplexes. Excellent bargai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

£he §ei\tinel PUBLISHED WEEKLY DEC. 16 TEXAS SACHSE 45 (214) 530-1100 VOLUME 12 n llHi 0 < Good Samaritan Will Help Many Families This Christmas A family of four in Garland lost their house and all its contents in a fire recently and there was no insurance to cover the loss. The Red Cross stepped in to help, but even that takes time. The imme- diate aid came from the Good Samaritan, a center established by the Garland Ministerial Alliance. Right away, the Good Samari- tan, 1406 Forest Lane, provided food and clothing, started looking into possible housing and re- placement of the family's house- hold goods. The Alliance organized the Good Samaritan in 1982 in order to provide a central clearing house to meet food needs of the many people who called on the various churches for assistance. Church members also felt that the center could provide other assistance with rent, utilities, transportation, counseling. With help from a grant in 1984 Dorothy J. O'Neal came on board as a full-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

Page 2 The §en,tinel 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 weekly to all homes in Sachse. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 15C word $3.00 minimum Did you ever wish you could take your dog to work with you? Linda Rich and JoAnn Jones do just that. Linda is accom- panied by her Italian greyhound, Sylvia, and JoAnn Jones treats her poodle like that certain charge card - she wouldn't leave home without him. Actuall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ot; SACHSE HISE MEN m STILL WORSHIP HIM. o v . „ For unto you is born this day in the city of David, a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. Luke 2:11 MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE BANK THAT REALLY CARES FOR YOU. PEOPLE & SER VICE LjOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday m M 1 rf-ii DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: Make Ine Ullierence 8:oo-6:00Monday-Thursday/8:00-7:00Friday FDKj (214) 530-7999 Mnnci 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 1=J OU*i HOUi'NO LENDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

Page 4 CO CORNER <2 h UJ Q Lil X BY DR. CHARLES CARTER Brushing removes plaque from some tooth surfaces, but only flossing can reach areas between teeth and under the gumline. Plaque accumulates in these difficult-to-reach areas and may lead to tooth decay or periodontal disease. Some practice is necessary to become proficient with floss, but do not be discouraged because before long, you can be flossing all of your teeth in a matter of minutes. Here's how to begin: • Break off about 18 inches of floss and wind most )f it around one of your middle fingers, • Wind the remaining floss around the same finger of the opposite hand. This finger will take up the floss as it be- 'comes used. • Hold the floss tightly between your thumbs and forefingers LET US TAKE THE WORK OUT OF YOUR CHILD'S ^ NEXT PARTY ! PARTY MAGIC OUANA YATES 495-0836 Complete planning and facilities for unique children's parties Presented by KIDS IN MOTION DANCE STUDIO CLEAN, PURE WATER 3C/GALLON • Water smells or t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

Page 5 SPORTS Four Garland High Schools ^ Compete in Coca-Cola Classic BY J. THOMAS REX Last week promised to be a very busy week for all four Gar- land coaches, as they were to host and participate in the Coca- Cola Classic basketball tourney. Games were played at all four city high school gyms on Thurs- day and Friday night and at Lakeview and South Garland on Saturday. The Garland Owls turned out to be the surprise in the tourna- ment, as they went all the way to the finals before falling to the champion Lake Highland Wild- cats, 63-54. The road to the championship game brought two very tough teams in Hillcrest (defending AAAA state champions) and Spruce, ranked in the top 10 in several polls. In the first round of the tourna- ment, the Owls stomped North Dallas by a score of 93-65. Four players scored in double figures, including Kiki Stanley (23), Brady Hughes (17), Keylian Williams (16) and Reggie Woodrow (11). The next step for the Owls were the Apaches of Spruce. As the earl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

Page 6 Luna Third Graders Dress As Famous Persons, Review Books Chris Blankenship, left, prepared a report on Paul Revere, and Jeff Cox's choice was Abe Lincoln in Lori Vincent's third grade class at Luna Elementary recently. Front are Jimmy Anthes and Candi Divine, and back, Joey Yordy, Cassie Trusty and Matthew Shanklin. Note Jimmy's Allan Pinkerton outfit and Matthew's shirt and cap in keeping with his book about Casey Stengel. Derek Fowler, left front, picked Roger Staubach, and Christian Clarke chose Washington Irving. Back, Chadd Bolding read about Frederic Remington, and Katie Cartwright, Neil Armstrong * I John Paul II inspired Matthew Martinez to read and dress accordingly. Center is Danny Rogers, who came as Christopher Columbus. Christina Boydstun wore a George Washington costume. If "9QP -HP' " Kyle Longacre dresses as Johnny Appleseed and reviews a book about his favorite character. .. Ron's Meat Market 1138 Pleasant Valley at Buckingham Order Your Fresh Garland Turkeys...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

Page 7 V ' EMERGENCY CARE You Don't Think About It, Until You Really Need It. Emergency Care is something that few of us seldom think about until we need it or sometimes, until it s too late. So why not take a few minutes to do some planning regarding emergencies which might arise in your family. Have a family meeting so that your children know what to do. See that emergency phone numbers are prominently placed near all telephones, and select your emergency medical facilities. Lake Pointe Emergency Services feature: • 24-hour, 7-day service • Leading edge medical technology • Physician always on duty • Critical minutes saved on ambulance deliveries • Highly trained Registered Nurses • Warm, genuine concern for the whole person I he Life-I ac-8 External Defibrillator Pacemaker, available at very few hospitals, highlights the equipment in our four Emergency Rooms. Emergency functions cover the full range of services, from a simple broken arm, to the most serious situation. Kim fit K.h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 December 1987

Page 8 Santa Makes Pre-Christmas Visit to Sachse Arriving in style on a fire truck, Santa Ciaus is welcomed to Sachse by Mayor Larry Holden and kids galore. Lots of kids lined up to take turns sitting on Santa's knee Saturday at City Hall. v. u* tii ■ ■W \ ^ vfflPW & ** ■ m Bill Grant helps Santa hand each child a stocking filled with candy and toys. Danny Wiseman tries to remember all the things he wants for Christmas. Four Sachse youngsters who took canned goods for the collection at City Hall were winners in a special drawing. They are /eft to right, Timmy Hermesmeyer, son of Becky and Tony, who won a $50 gift certificate; Ricky Contreras, son of David and Judy, who received a $50 savings bond; Julie Patterson, daughter of Terry and Mae, who took home a $50 gift certificate; and Chandra Rowland, daughter of Gene and Cheryl, who won a $50 gift certificate. First National Bank's Senior VP Gary Overby made the presentation. Pro- viding the prizes were Sachse Chamber of Commerce,...

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