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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

HHHV Page 9 American Steam Opens in Wylie American Steam Inc., a boiler and burner business, has moved from Piano to new 12,000-square foot facilities on 51 Steel Road in Wylie. Owners Carlos and Dewan Diaz started their company in 1981 in their home and grossed almost $600,000 that first year. Carlos Diaz has been in the Fboiler/burner business for 20 years. A registered professional engineer in Texas and Oklahoma, he holds a master's degree in engineering. He is an air trans- port pilot and has earned certi- ficates as an air frame and power plant mechanic and flight instruc- tor. He holds five patents. Diaz employs 25 people and operates 15 vehicles. American Steam serves customers throughout Texas, neighboring states and Mexico. The company's products are new and used fire tube and water tube boilers and Diaz acts as ex- clusive representative for several major firms related to the busi- ness. Diaz says he can fix any boiler ever made and guarantees his work American Steam is av...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

Page 10 CLASS MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and ' Preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wvlie OAK FIREWOOD. $125 cord, $65 half cord, $35 1/4 cord, delivered, stacked, Braley & Sons, phone 442-2141. NEED YOUR HOUSE CLEAN- ED? If so, call T-Bird Cleaning Service. Weekly, bi-weekly, month- ly. Frte estimates, references, bonded. 226-6814. CHILD CARE-Grandmother in Southridge area will keep infant or older child in my home. Refer- ences. 530-4636. FOR SALE Clean, low 530-4636. -1979 Monte Carlo, mileage. $1875.00. Dependable and reasonable child care in Sachse. Open from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. Call 530-4119 for more information. WANTED OLD DOLLS made before 1940: Antique bisque, com- position, Shirley Temple, and Patsy. Also, antique baby clothes & antique teddy hears. 412-1144. CHRISTIAN MOTHER in Wy lie providing child care. Hot meal, snack and activity. Will work with your schedule. Linda, 442-5708 or 220-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

Page 11 E DR. HILLERY M. MOTSINGER PTA Workshop Speaker Parents Invited To Workshop Dr. Hillery M. Motsinger will conduct a PTA-sponsored parent education workshop at the Luna Elementary school cafeteria at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14. The topic is "Fanning the Flame, Building an Achievement-Oriented Family Environment." Purpose of the meeting is to in- corporate neighborhood parent support groups and enable an exchange of ideas on how to ac- complish achievement goals, how to motivate children in their studies, and to share parenting skills. Dr. Motsinger developed the idea of taking the school to the parents and wiping out parent apathy in the educational system. He has conducted workshops in the Dallas area for a number of educators and school counselors on how to implement this pro- gram in their schools. Becky Motley, Luna counselor, and Judy Bowen, parent and family life education chairman of the PTA, attended one of the workshops. Their enthusiasm about the program resulted in t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

Page 12 SPORTS Wylie Boys Hope for Better Things in 1988; Girls Continue Winning BY CHRISTI NALL "Out with the old and in with the new "-that's what the Wylie Pirates hope will come true. The Pirates have had their problems in early-season basket- ball play and are hopeful the new year will bring better results. District play has begun and the boys still are hoping to leave behind their prior mistakes and make a new start. Things looked good tor Wylie at halftime Tuesday night in its game with Wills Point, as the Pirates nurseo a 24-22 lead as they went into the locker room. However, Wills Point caught fire in the second half and routed the Pirates, 68-49. In its district opener against Bonham Saturday night, Wylie's Michael Landers scored 34 points, but the Pirates wound up on the short end of a 57-49 score. The Wylie girls have fared much better. With the beginning of 1988, the Lady Pirates vowed to maintain their winning ways and did just that with wins over West Mesquite and Bon...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

Page 13 Let's Toss Out the Old, Enjoy the New of 1988 BY MARK T. MOORE Pastor First United Methodist Church Continuing Education Courses Fill Business, Personal Needs A wastepaper basket is an essential part of life's equipment. There is an art, and a necessary art, of throwing things away. I suppose that the word discard must be connected with those card games in which the pre- sence of certain cards in your "hand constitutes a handicap and a danger, and in which the aim is to get rid of them as quickly as possible. In life there are certain things for which the wastepaper basket is the only right destina- tion. And there is no better time to place some of the muck and yuck of our lives into the trash than the beginning of a new year. Our lives can so easily become uncentered when we begin to major on the minors and allow the unimportant to masquerade as the important. By the end of the year our life can have a lot of garbage in it. In the midst of all those soon-to-be- forgotten N...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Games children play By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Some years ago I read a book entitled "Games People Play." As I recall, it was about how we ma- nipulate each other. It is about time someone writes one about the "games children play," because I certainly could use it! The ways in which my own children get what they want, whether it's TV watching, new clothes, candy or ice cream, are really a shame. I try to hold back, but I'm not very successful. A. It has been more than 20 years since Eric Berne wrote his semi-classic about what people say or do to turn us on or off. It can, of course, happen within our families too. Tears, screaming, pouting and pleading are obvious approaches. Less apparent may be the divide- and-conquer route, playing one parent against the other. It is not all bad, however, be- cause most of the work we do and adjustments we make as adults have at least an undercurrent of "selling" an idea (or a product), convincing s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

Page 15 travel. Your finances may be in a process of change, but be patient and generous Business travel is possible and it's a good time to define your future goals. LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — Take care of pet's needs as well as your own health and well-being. If unat- tached, be very realistic and wait a bit before rushing into a new romance. Business prospects are good and money comes through contact with an influential person P VIRGO: (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 - ^Also Virgo Ascendant) — You're inspired now so get your ideas down on paper and work on a cre- ative project. Apply yourself at the workplace and a raise in pay is possible Be cooperative with mate or partner — let him or her call the shots for the present. LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 - Also Libra Ascendant) — Rede- corate, upgrade your home, then entertain and gather in the com- pliments. Trust your head for business — a speculative move could pay off really big! Go along with new trends in the workpla...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 6 January 1988

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 4 BEDROOMS ON 1 ACRE - Country living, 2300 sq. ft. plus. Updated with a contemporary flair, plenty of trees, gorgeous swimming pool, beautiful stone fireplace, natural light galore. 4tn bedroom could be office, 3 split baths, customs everywhere. 4-3-2-DA-LD-FP-Pool-Acre. $139,900 GLENBROOK MEADOWS CUSTOM - This is it and at the perfect price. Customs galore. Below market. Large living room with picture frame panel- ing. Fireplace. Huge master bedroom. Double pane windows, ceiling fans. Trash compactor. 2000 sq. ft. plus 3-2-2-Brk Area-Dr-Den-Fp. $91,900 CUSTOM FORECLOSURES - Brand new customs priced to sell from $67,500...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Ole Sentinel .^VOLUME XIII, NO. 2 (214) 530-1100 SACIHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY JAN. 13, 1988 •- h* H: Sheets of Ice, Hazardous Driving Conditions Close Schools, Businesses The sun was the most welcome sight in Sachse this week as residents, especially those who had to drive, grew tired of contending with slippery driveways and icy roads. Police answered numerous motorist assist calls, coming to the aid of those who slid into ditches and had other car problems. One resident started her car, locked it, and returned inside her home to let it warm up so police helped her unlock the doors of the idling auto. Top two photographs were taken on Sachse Road and the lower photo shows Parkridge. —Photos by J.J. Stone The Polar Express rushed through Sachse a week ago, bringing sheets of ice and hazardous driving conditions, shutting down schools and slow- ing down business on Hwy. 78. Delighted over unexpected holidays, kids found hills for sled- ding or gliding on cardboard slip 'n slides. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 2 Qie 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 co 'rected 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 The Spinal Column 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 And Beverage Available TICKETS: $10.0® bdvaace. SI2.SO al door. All Rainbow Ticket Mm* AVAILABLE: Albert*®* V3I<MM UMtrr. Piano Corral Sadd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 3 It FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE During Your Lifetime, You May Earn A Million Dollars . . Or More! It would be a shame if you did not hang on to some of it. By providing you a safe and convenient place to save, we can help you preserve your hard-earned dollars in one of the finest investments available - an insured bank account. Come save with us. Your business is always welcome! A LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday FDR! PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPnci 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=1 100*1 MOVS'MJ LENDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 4 Luna Cultural Arts Winners 1987-1988 MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning , Income Tax Counseling and" Preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie DEPENDABLE and reasonable child care in Sachse. Open from 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. Call 530-4119 for more information. WANTED OLD DOLLS made before 1940: Antique bisque, com- position, Shirley Temple, and Patsy. Also, antique baby clothes & antique teddy bears. 412-1144. CHILD CARE NEEDED at First United Methodist Church. De- pendable adult for Sunday mornings. $6 per hour. Call 530- 7112 or 495-1983. BIRD HOUSES, mail box covers, book shelves, any woodworking you need. Custom made to order. Reasonable rates. 276-7409. NICE 2-1 4-Plex, WBFP, washer & dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. REWARD FOR LOST DOG - Red Pekingnese, male, wearing tags, needs medication. Peachtree Estates off Sachse Rd. 495-5305. AKC Yorkies - M & F. Deposit will hold 4 weeks. 4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 5 Old Man Winter Paralyzes Sachse mm*' 1 r . 8'! \ Streets like Meadow Creek took on a Vermont-like appearance as ice drizzled on The Brookview parking lot turned into an ice rink, where drivers tried to steer clear Sachse last week. of telephone poles and store fronts. The iceman cometh, and the icy-fingered sculptors returned inside to thaw at 6405 Bailey Rd. hum ^■RER A glaze of white shone on roofs and streets and wise Sachse residents chose to remain inside. —Photos by J.J. Stone SACHSE CALENDAR PTA Parent-Education Workshop, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, Luna Elementary School. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan 14, Station. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18, First United Methodist Church. Newcomers should arrive 30 minutes early. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18, City Hall. JjBank holiday, Monday, Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Day Fire Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19, City Hall. Go-Getters, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, Birdie & Loyd Smith's home. First...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 6 ■VVKJOt| SPORTS noo^l Garland Boys' Basketball Teams Post 5-1 Record for Week BY J. THOMAS REX The bad weather delayed high school basketball this week in Garland, but couldn't stop it as the Garland high schools won five out of the six games they played this week. Two of the four games schedul- ed on Friday were played, despite treacherous road conditions and one was postponed until the fol- lowing day. Only the North Gar- land-Greenville game has not been made up. Both South Garland and Gar- land came out of the starting blocks strong as they sprinted to 2-0 starts in district play, while Lakeview dropped to 1-1 and North Garland to 0-1. South Garland kept its seven- game winning streak alive with victories over crosstown rival North Garland and Mesquite. South outscored the Raiders, 17-9, in the opening period and never looked back as they trounc- ed the Raiders, 63-48. South Garland was led by Mike Dulan, who contributed 12 points - all on the offensive boards - and David...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 7 Garland Memorial Hospital Names New Administrator m William J. Gresco, a 15-year veteran in hospital administra- tion, has been named adminis- trator of Garland Community Hospital. The announcement was made by Ray Denson, vice- president of Republic Health Corporation. "Bill Gresco brings to Garland ommunity a wealth of experi- nce and a record of success wherever he has served," Den- son said. "We are very fortunate to have him here, and I'm certain he will build new levels of ac- complishment on an already suc- cessful program." For the past 11 years, Gresco has served as the executive director of a hospital in Clear Lake. Bill was selected "Admin- istrator of the Year" by a nation- wide hospital operating company and he was named "Distinguish- ed Alumnus" in 1986 by the University of Houston-Clear Lake. He is a past chairman of the Greater Houston Hospital Coun- cil, and was awarded seven air medals in his 5 years as a Navy pilot. Gresco grew up in Lansing, Ml and earned a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 8 Sachse seniors, the Go-Getters, visited the bilingual classes at Luna Elementary at Christmastime and supplied homebaked cookies and candy for each student. Left to right front are David Gandara, Elizabeth Hernandez and Miguel Vasquez. Back, left to right, are Xavier Martinez, Sonia Ruiz, Juan Armando Vasquez, and Enrique Ramirez. More students in the bilingual classes are front row, Irma Gallegos and Ivan Canas; center row, left to right, Libny Conde, Marlene Sarabia and Juan Ramirez; and back, Julio Gonzalez and Dalia Hernandez. Police Report Sachse police officers had their hands full with some 15-20 calls per shift for assistance with vehicles stranded in one way or another during the ice storm. For the past week, the Depart- ment logged some 200 entries. Jan. 4, the Fire Department answered a call concerning smoke in the 1600 block of Vicksburg. The 100-watt bulb causing the trouble was replaced with lower wattage. Jan. 5, police investigated a possible prowler in the 52...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

. ' .■'■i.wmm Page 9 Wylie Highlights BY MARIE -JANKOVIAK Short and cold is the way most Wylie High School students would describe last week. "Vaca- tion" was long, some said. Others felt the short three-day week helped get them back in the swing of things after Christmas. Basketball teams were eager to return to the courts since several of their games were canceled because of the weather. At a recent meeting, Wylie High's National Honor Society made plans for selling candy. The money earned will help pay for several things, most important of which is NHS camp. Members also discussed the annual blood drive which they hold for the Wylie community. Seniors were briefed on the National Honor Society Scholarship. The Wylie Student Council also met to plan a dance for Saturday, Jan. 30 at which time school favorites will be announc- ed. There will also be an air band contest. The Senior Class meeting was held Jan. 12. HANDY HEALTH NUMBERS s Dial 1-800 for information from the following t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

Page 10 Feature Section What are you supposed to be? By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service NEW YORK - "I've just landed at JFK. We were an hour late changing planes in St. Louis," I told my friend by telephone as I waited for my bags to arrive on the carousel. "You must be tired," he said. "Why should I be tired?" I said to myself. I relaxed aboard the two air flights, visited with people during the delay en route. "Get a porter to help you with your bags," I was urged by the voice on the telephone. "Why?" I argued back silently. I have been carrying my own trav- eling bags for years. I have worked 12- and 14-hour days and I walk whenever possible in New York as exercise instead of hailing a cab. Then the cartoon light bulb illu- minated over my head! My friend is 10 years my junior and had as- sumed that I "should be tired — because of my age." It would have been very easy to feel tired because of the insistent suggestion that I "had to be." It was this same person who told me t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

I V- increase in the use of child re- straints (23 percent up to 72 per- cent) during the past five years. Careful selection and installation of the restraints, their accurate use, legal requirements, and just plain parental common sense are among the major reasons. The re- sult is no doubt fewer child auto injuries. Letters may be sent to Dr. Wil- lard Abraham, Our Children, P.O. Box 572, Scottsdale, AZ 85252. {Your horoscope Guide ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 - Also Aries Ascendant) — Your timing is good, your style is im- pressive now so make contacts and go after your goals Trim your budget, collect money owed to you and increase your income poten- tial Trips and reunions with fami- ly are favored Be versatile TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 - Also Taurus Ascendant) — You can revive a "lost cause" and make new starts in new direc- tions. Look your best, get out in public and finances could sudden- ly improve. Pin down, design, structure your plans and figure out the funding — revise...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 13 January 1988

~T" THANK YOU SACHSE .. .for making our first year so successful that we are expanding. Because of your response, LAKE P01NTE MEDICAL. CENTER is adding 19 more beds, 70 new parking spaces, another elevator, a sleep disorders laboratory, and several departments will be enlarged. All of this is designed to better serve you. We offer "leading edge" medical/surgical technology and a 24 hour, 7 day emergency service with a doctor always on duty. % Alt of this is in a warm, relaxed atmosphere, with a caring professional staff, concerned with the whole person. A n # S A MEDICAL CENTER A Premier Healthcare Facility ... For You! Rowlett Rockwall Roy Hubbard 6800 Scenic I )rive Kowlelt, Kockwall, County, Texas 7508H 4-1 2—C A K E UJkCML-

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