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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
y§ tJje §er\tiq,el VOLUME 1°, NO. 47(214) 530-1100 SACIHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY Dec. 30, 1987 :i& JUDGES' SPtCiAl Sachse Citizens Pitch In To Help Less Fortunate at Christmas Judges' Special Award in the recent decoration contest in Sachse went to Paul and Karen Deen. Ben Davis Road. "I guess you might call it Rudolph the Red-Nosed Corvette," Deen said in describing how they put together the '63 Corvette complete with antlers emerging from the windows and a red strobe light on the nose. The sled behind the Corvette is one Deen had when he was TO. Two civic groups and First Na- tional Bank of Sachse helped brighten the Christmas season for seven families in the city. Sachse Service League spokesman Brenda Boyd said: "We delivered baskets of food and toys to two families sug- gested by First Baptist Church's Bro. Billy (Harris). We are so thankful that the people of Sachse cared, because we couldn't have done our project without everybody's help. "It gave us such a good feel- i...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 2 Oie Sentinel 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 sum) MAYOR'S UPDATE: City News and Comments By Larry Holden Lucky winner of the "world's at Paul's Grocery was Keshia store owner Paul Householder. largest Christmas stocking" Durant, Sachse, shown with Watch for valuable coupons in the ads in The Sentinel! THE PARKER VOL. FIRE DEPT. PROUDLY PRESENTS MOEBANDY Sat. Jan....
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 3 It FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE FAVORITE HRKTMAS MEMORY Winning entry in the hank's contest on "My Favorite Christmas Memory" was submitted by Joyce Kovvalski, Sachse, who wrote as follows: "The first bicycle is one of the most special Christmas memories for many people. When I was 7'A, my first two-wheeler was brought in after the other presents were opened. I recognized it as the bicycle of a favorite aunt who had passed away earlier that year. The tag read, TO JOYCE FROM SANTA.' 1 went along with that, but each time I rode it, I thought lovingly of my dear aunt.'' HAPPY NEW YEAR EROM THE BANK THAT REALLY CARES EOR YOU. PEOPLE & SER VICE LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday T. DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: Make 1 llC Dllierence 8:00-6:00Monday-Thursday/8:00-7:00Friday FD3€ (214) 530-7999 MPncr 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Hox 469090 * Garland, Icxas 75046 IOu i HOUS'*G lender
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 4 - it* fi'S f ■ c « s-=-- . c Celebrate V' New Years Eye with S t ea ksO ve r Texas , s and the '/ /v * Texas Rhythm Band Make your reservations early! Buy your tickets in advance and join us for another "good times" holiday! For more information, 442-7511 STEAKS OVER TEXAS 1956 Hwy 78 / Wylie, TX 75098 Phillips Lumber 136 N. Murphy Road 424-9565 Murphy, Texas OPEN SATURDAY i I Bring Ad and Show Sachse Address Receive 150/o D'scount on Any Store Item HOURS: MONDAY—FRIDAY l.'M) a.m.--5:00 p.m. SATURDAY 7:30 a.m. • 12:30 p.m. RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH THE OAKS CAFE Open All Night New Year's Eve Closed New Year's Day For You Late Night Owls . . . We're Open EVERY Friday and Saturday-ALL NIGHT! 700 E. Hwy. 78 Oaks Center Wylie \ 442-4494 fork !ri "V~i V-i *n-i * ■ *- - * ■* * . * *. SACHSE CITIZENS (Cont. from page 1) The bank's Deenan Houghton said. "We had plenty of food and toys and from the donations we received the bank bought a tur- key for each family." So - all those Sachs...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 5 ^ Owl Tracks *0 C d u CI 0 BY LOREE ELTON GHS students wrapped up loose ends and Christmas pre- sents before leaving for the holidays. National Honor Society mem- bers collected toys for the children of a needy family and money for a gift certificate from a grocery store for Christmas dinner. The Beta Club collected can- ned goods for food distribution centers in Garland. Diane Sedg- wick and Loree Elton are mem- bers of both NHS and Beta. The pop group Celebrations had a busy week before leaving for Christmas break. Members Mark McLaughlin and Troy Kir- chenbaur performed in about 20 concerts at various middle schools and other organizations, including all three lunches at GHS on Dec. 18. The Senior Assembly Commit- tee has been busy taking pictures of all the activities. Senior Kim Cunningham will help organize the photos for the annual slide show near the end of the school year. Looking ahead, the next clean- up day for the NHS adopt-a-high- way program has been sched- ule...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 6 Christmas Re-Visited I - ~ tmrf, '' 4 PL. *! « Second place for Best Theme went to Mark and Vicki Haseloff, Parkridge Circle. Third place for Best Theme was awarded Homer and Nancy Miller, Herring Circle. Second place for lighting went to Leonard and Bar- bara Morgan on Parkdale Circle. Third place for lighting went to John and Barbara Baker on Vicksburg. > - tee Lindsey Overby visits First National Bank of Sachse and picks up a complimentary photo with the jolly man in the red suit. Serving punch and cookies at the Santa visit in City Hall were Bonnie Longacre, left, and Edith Bailey. TEXANS! YOUR DEPOSITS ARE SAFE IN SAVINGS AND LOANS. ' For 54 years, not one penny of insured deposits has been lost in Texas or anywhere else in the country Your deposit of up to $100,000 is as good as gold in a federally insured Texas Savings and Loan, and safe as Fort Knox ' —U.S. Senator Lloyd Bentsen "I coauthored the bill that provides an absolute guarantee for every deposit in every f...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 7 Wylie Highlights IBY MARIE JANKOVIAK Christmas cheer filled the halls and classrooms at Wylie High School the two weeks before break, where both the band and the choir held concerts and Christmas music played for the first 15 minutes of class, putting students in a holiday mood. The National Honor Society conducted its annual Santa Pal Program. A list of needy child- ren's names was divided among the classes and students col- lected gifts which were delivered to First Baptist Church of Wylie for holiday distribution. The Thespian Society dis- cussed tournaments which mem- bers will attend in the spring and got together for a Christmas par- ty at President Shaun Jones' house. The Choral Department partied at Derek Draper's home. The Student Council held a door decorating contest again this year and top winners were Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Washburn's classrooms. New at the Library are the following: The Tommyknockers and Misery, Stephen King. Kaleidoscope, Danielle Steel. The Bonf...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Police Report Ray Miller Mini Storage 1950 Hwy 78 East Wylie, Texas (2141 226 0120 DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE Pre-register by calling 442-2540 Jan. 5 & 6, Tues. & Wed. 6 - 9:30 p.m. Coyote Cafe - Hwy. 78 - Wylie S30 Fee - 8-Hour Course - Certificate awarded upon completion of class. Fee payable in class. 10% Discount Annually for 3 Years on Auto Insurance. Traffic tickets removed (if court-approved). ENROLL NOW! SAVE ON YOUR i.MSURANCE! SAVE PHONE NO. FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Evergreen Feeds Are Guaranteed! We make It right. It's more than a promlae It's a guarantee Buy Evergreen Feeds or Animal Care Products from our store and Evergreen will now GUARANTEE that each product is of top quality and consistency. Stop by! Let us tell you more. Sachse Feed & Seed 6604 Hwy. 78 (214) 530-6697 Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Sun. 1-5 p.m. Special This Week Sweetstock Ration $4.15 per Lb. Danny Holley and his sister, Frances Foster, at Holley Development's Christmas barbeque/dance at the Ran...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 9 Anita Hill Announces Candidacy For Seventh Term as Representative Anita Hill, senior ranking female member of the Dallas County legislative delegation, District 101, filed in December with the Dallas County Republi- can Party for re-election to a seventh term in the Texas House of Representatives. Mrs. Hill, 59, represents much If east and northeast Dallas lounty including the southern and eastern parts of Garland, a portion of Sachse, Mesquite, Rowlett, and Sunnyvale. In 1984, District 101 supported President Reagan with more than 65 per- cent of the vote. Hill's tenure as an elected leg- islator has been highlighted by a special interest in the protection and education of children, as well as improvements within Texas' health care and nursing home facilities. Her legislative accom- plishments in this area and others include laws for child safety seats, stricter enforcement of nursing home standards, tougher laws against sexual abuse of children, banning the sale of deadly w...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 10 Feature Section (Editor's Note: Because of the Holiday schedule, the regular features "Our Children," "Your Horoscope Guide," "Mainly for Seniors," and the Crossword Puzzle will not be carried in the Sentinel this week. We are running a series of other features which are available to Sentinel readers. If you are interested in seeing weekly columns on pets, sewing, and gardening in The Sentinel, please let us know. There is a drop box on the door of our office or you can write: 5624 Hwy. 78, Sachse, TX 75098, or phone 530-1100. Your comments will be appreciated). Intermittent lameness is affecting our dog By R.G. Elmore, D.V.M. Copley News Service Q: Our 8-month-old German shepherd seems to have sore legs periodically. The lameness in the legs does not last for long and seems to affect different legs at different times. Does our dog need treatment? Will he grow out of this problem? A: Without seeing your dog it is impossible to state with certainty the reason for your dog's i...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 December 1987
Page 11 watering. Then you'll need to learn another set of timetables: Plant in the spring, fertilize in the fall and spring, water every 10 days Or is that plant in the spring, fertilize every 10 days and water in the fall and spring9 Listen, have you considered just hiring a gardener? Send: A postcard Ask For Tree and Shrub Know- How Mail To: Tree and Shrub Know- How John Deere, Dept. D-977, 1400 Third Ave., Moline, 1L 61265. 4PlRAGE STORAGE GUIDE One Sunday afternoon Joey Jr. offers to fix his dad's tennis rack- et. "Where's the glue, Dad?" "It's in the garage, Joey." "Where's the hammer?" "In the garage." "Where's your chain saw?" "It's in the ... chain saw?" Three weeks later: Joey Jr is still in the garage looking for the glue, the hammer and the chain saw (which, thank goodness, he cannot find). While Senior extri- cates helpful Junior from the heap of tools, trash and toys stashed in every corner of the garage, he realizes that it might be time to clean up the storage act. I...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 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 FREE HOME BUYING CONSULTATION ★ Free Credit Report ★ Qualifying — Affordability ★ Financing Guidelines ★ Market Analysis — Call For Appointment — BUCKINGHAM Each Office Is Independently Owned & Operated DUPLEX-BOTH SIDES - Gigantic price reduction from $92,000 to $66,900. Foreclosure with financing available. 2 bedrooms each. Liv- ing dens. Large storage areas. Fenced back yard. Breakfast areas. Won't last long. Priced to sell! $66,900 CUSTOM FORECLOSURES - Brand new customs priced to sell from $67,500 to $69,950. Never lived in. Complete with vaulted ceilings, paneled living dens. Fireplaces, wet bars, fans, skylights, large master baths and fully landscaped yards. All 3 bedroom, 2-bath. Several to select from. Won't last long. Best of all is the price. $67,500 to $69,950 FORECLOSURE - Appraised for $105,000 in May 198...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Ti\e Sentinel (3j^0LUME XIII, NO. 1 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY JAN. 6, 1988 : HHBHI •\v vS*v. . H i? -v..> . ; l-m - p' - fA ■ fc:a*g§mti Water Tower Construction Running Ahead of Schedule Mr# On the west end of Sachse Road, not far from the Merritt Road intersection, Sachses se- cond water tower continues to grow as construction efforts run slightly ahead of the April 1988 deadline. "Work is progressing smoothly on the new 750,000-gallon ele- vated tank," City Manager Lloyd Henderson said. The tower and last summer's waterline improvements which looped a major portion of the city's system are part of a major upgrading program initiated in late 1986. The second elevated tank is designed to take care of Sachse's water capacity needs until the city reaches 10,000-plus population. According to the city's master plan, with an eight percent per year growth rate, Sachse will be at that population by 1995. "When we hit the tower's peak capacity, the next step will be ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Page 2 Qie §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 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 LET US TAKE THE WORK OUT OF YOUR CHILD'S ^ NEXT PAHTY ! m PARTY MAGIC n n T1 1 ' r T1 T T r '1T '111T rT 1 OUANA YATES 4 9 5 - 0 8 3 6 Complete planning and facil ities for unique children's parties Presented by KIDS IN MOTION DANCE STUDIO Council Resolution Supports Development of Wastewater Facility A resolution sup...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Page 3 1 19 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE r pw;?''. The friendly folks at the hometown bank. "Thanks" to all of you who participated in the Sachse Santa's Helpers' program this year. Your generosity provided several Sachse families with a brighter Christmas. I he gilts of food, new toys, cash, and new clothing that you brought by the bank helped several families in need in our community. This effort by you folks is just another reason why we are proud to be in Sachse. Thank vou from all of us at First National Hank of Sachse! LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 l-riday mm PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPHCT 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 1=} 100*1 wOuS'NO LENDER m
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Page 4 Luna's Good Citizens Named For 2nd Six Weeks 4 ROW 1 (Foreground): Claudia Ortiz, Ryan Ward, Edith Villanueva, Mikal Robinson, Amy Young, Daenon Westrum, Xavier Martinez. ROW 2: Jeffrey Waller, Sergio Rivera, Elizabeth Hernandez, Stephan Rotan, Amy Kramer, Misti Stewart, Lisa Bailey. ROW 3: Byron Pierce, Jennifer Ancheta, Cara Sparks, Aynsley Huffman, Devin Hindman, Barbara Smith, Ryan Hise, Michael Hice, Thai Le, Lauren Overby. BRONZE OR GRANITE V 6800 Hiway 78 Sachse, Texas GARLAND MONUMENT SALES DENNIS BAILEY 49S-18S8 CHARLES W.SMITH APPLE W NURSERY 6402 Hwy. 78 Sachse 530-2204 FIREWOOD CORD $120 HALF-CORD $65 Includes Delivery 4" PANSIES 89C FLATS - $16 Complete Landscaping & Lawn Maintenance CLOSED ON SUNDAY ROW 1: Jeffrey Roberts, Emily Mangan, Melody Bruns, Kendra Haseloff, Cariss Litton. Scott Babus, Tony Maxfield. ROW 2: Xiomara Hernandez, Joshua Bramlett, Ana Lilia Adame, Isabel Mejia, Ryan Hindman, Becky Wilson, Sundip Nyjar, Louis Fagyas, Richard Salinas, Lind...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Page 5 i is it right for a hospital to recommend a doctor? Yes. we believe ii is At Like Pointe Medical Center, we are able to observe the 'physicians at work. We know their qualifications, talk to their patients, and see their results. We understand their capabilities as well as anyone. Lake Pointe has truK outstanding tac ilities and equipment, a relaxing atmosphere and beautiful location on Like Ka\ Hubbard; yet the outstanding feature of the hospital is its Medical Staff. We are so proud of these doctors and the high quality of training and experience they bring to us, that we have mailed 26,000 physician directories to area residents. We hope that this directory, in which the doctors pictures and brief resumes are arranged by their specialties, will aid in physician selection It certainly emphasizes the qualit\ of the people who practice here Kenneth R \iiuinusimtot ^ If you failed to receive Ijkc Pointe Medical Center * Physician Directory, and would like one, just complete th...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Page 6 Police Report THE PARKER VOL. FIRE DEPT. PROUDLY PRESENTS MOE BANDY Sat. Jan. 23rd 9-1 p.m. Southfork Ranch Party Facility (Parker Rd. & FM 2551) PUBLIC IS INVITED Food Anil Sevr-raffe Available TICKETS: $l .00 brfvaacr. SI2.S0 ■( door. %II Ralikt* Tlrkrl Hul<r IkiIIim. AVtlMll.f'J ilbriiMR'<i>] I (Ml (Hslrr. I'lann Corral Saddlr A Knnoh l'lanu KroftrrM.1200 K. I'arkrrltd.-l'laM H>llr Saprrmarltrl'tt tllr Prlnrrlon I'nod Harl.-PrliirrlM < orral SaMlntnllk-HrKliiM-t I'arkrr Cll> HallTarker SoulMurk (•!(• Shop PHOC'KKDN TO BK^I I IT \l IHI S I \ I ION For Horr Info. 21 I-4I2-0BII or 21 I'.IIH It.'im Chief Tom Fenley reported on police activities starting the week of Dec. 27 as follows: Dec. 27, officers were unable to locate the source of gunshots heard by a resident in the 6300 block of Ben Road at Pleasant Valley. Police helped a resident open her jammed garage door in the 2100 block of Cartwright. Dec. 28. Life Line and the Fire Department responded to ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
mSM Page 7 We're Glad To JBe Here. To Start The New Year HAPPY NEW YEAR Sales & Service of Boilers, Burners & Combustion Controls. "If We Can't Fix It....It ain't broke > P.O. Box 1149 Wylie, Texas 75098 w ■ ■ (214)442-4499 24 Hour Service >
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988
Page 8 GO-GETTERS CELEBRATE HOLIDAYS Members of Go-Getters, left to right, are Lovie Wyatt, Gladys Bailey and guest, Lucille Housewright. Go-Getters recently met for their big holiday party at the Sachse Assembly of God Church. Left to right are the Rev. Rick DuBose, his wife, Rita, and her mother, Mrs. Frieda Stratton from Tomah, Wisconsin. Edith Bailey helped with all the food fixings at her church. WKmmmmlSm Threesome facing the camera are, left to right. Odie Foster, lona Ingram Jones and Mildred Jay. Around the table from the left are Nate Davis, Ray Stanton, Dot Sumners, Rosanne Burgess and Edith Bailey. m Ruth Robinson takes part in the gift exchange. Clockwise, starting with 6 o'clock are Edith Bailey, Bertie and Loyd Smith, Ruth Franklin, Eloise Bailey, and Mildred Jay. Behind Eloise is Go-Getters' leader Laurie Schwenk. Dot Sumners chats with friends at the turkey and ham dinner.