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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

tJie Sentinel 'VOLUME XIII, NO. 3 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY JAN. 20, 1988 t * * sTklrVSt- Humorist Bob Jett to Speak At Chamber of Commerce Banquet Humorist Bob Jett, well-known in media circles in the area, will be the featured entertainer when the Sachse Chamber of Com- merce holds its annual banquet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28 at the Sheraton Hotel, Jupiter at LBJ. Jett, a native of Mobile, AL, has been involved in the entertain- ment business since 1955 when he organized a quartet to sing in clubs in Japan while serving there in the Air Force. He has worked as a profes- sional entertainer, a radio disk jockey and newscaster, a sports- caster, an actor, and in public relations. He has lived in Dallas since 1960, and during that time has worked for WRR. WFAA and the Texas State Network. He also served as producer and host of the "Brunch at the Bronze M" radio show in Fort Worth. Presently, Jett handles public relations for a Dallas utility company. He is active...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 2 Sie 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 newsslands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday Continuing Education Courses Offer Skills, Enjoyment From Advertising for the Small Business to Winemaking at Home, Continuing Education courses at Collin County Com- munity College offer something for everyone. Registration for Continuing Education classes began Jan. 11 and will continue through Jan. 24. Individuals m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Our ABC's of Banking ADVICE - only when you want it. We don't intrude on your business decisions. We act as a silent partner always bv your side. BUSINESS - expertise by a well-trained staff of dedicated people ready to help you with any financial problem. CONFIDENCE - and assurance that your banking matters are handled with care and a strict relationship of trust. We Want to Be Your Hometown Banker! LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:(K) Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Iriday IFDKs PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPHCT DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:(X)-6:(X) Monday-Thursday 8:(X)-7:00 I riday 6600 Murphy Road • Saehse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 tsl lut.tl HOuVNQ LENDER * ** l%\ ' Mt KB

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 4 t>l- it . J v Jjf * ' ~vf •"* •*■■ /-'"^ inhpfrai* i«n c ■ ,„ w k^'TT^ •; ' .'*%.•* *■'" • ,.:*/> ■ X .- ~*)0" ■ .- *• < *•' r •'■ ■ V-. *,. $#-• : > ■'*■ «?-, '' 'V ' - * ■ a. ' .- . > . r * -> ; •; ★ DANCE ★ TWIRL * Arbor Day ceremonies at Luna School were held by fourth grade classes, right, led by teachers Linda Roden, Linda Verble and Ouida Montgomery Left, students take part in choosing a site for the live oak with Linda Roden and Ray Lunsford, Garland Parks & Recreation Department. Arbor Day. started in 1872, is celebrated in Texas each year on the third Friday of January. Lunsford talked to the students about the im- portance of trees and the recent plantings in the parks and on the medians. Students provided the rest of the program, which included readings and songs. The tree was donated Ave., Garland. Calico Kids Register Now /I 4 1517 Buckingham Plaza at N. Garland Ave. 495-1719 ★ BOYS SKILLS ★ PRESCHOOL ★ % BIRTHS Chris and Denise Jacobsen an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 5 Office Hours M F 9 00 a m 6 00pm Sal 9:00 AM 1:00 PM EDWARD BROWN, M.D. General & Internal Medicne Diplomate of American Board of Internal Medicine Office 442^5877 Emergency 442 5414 Physicians Plaza 801 W Hwy 78 Suite 205 Wylie, Tx. 75098 m * cm Chuck Trimble CPA --Tax Return Preparation -Accounting for Small Businesses --Cost Effective Accounts Receivable & Payroll Processing -Computer Consulting 791 WEST HIGHWAY 78 • WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 • 442 4484 fffl State Inspections ■ big enough to serve you small enough to know you " Open 7 Days A Week Western Auto Associate Home & Auto Supply 706 E. HWY. 78 WYLIE, TX. 75098 ken a noreen ford OWNERS 1-214-442-6556 1-2 14-442-6557 Paragon Healthcare Systems To Purchase Wylie Hospital Lawrence J. Wedekind, presi- dent and CEO of Paragon Health- care Systems, Inc., has announc- ed that an agreement has been reached to purchase Wylie Com- munity Hospital from American Healthcare Management, Inc. Wedekind, administrator of the h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 6 SPORTS J Wylie Pirates Respond to Musical Strains with Win Over Princeton As fans walked into the Wylie High School gymnasium Tuesday night, they wondered if a concert or basketball games were about to take place. As it turned out, it was basket- ball - with the sound system cranked up for pre-game warm- ups to the tune of "We're Playing Basketball." Whether it was the music or just the overall atmos- phere, the Wylie boys rolled to a 36-13 halftime lead en route to a 67-40 victory over the Princeton Panthers, with Michael Landers' 32 points leading the way. Friday night in Frisco was a dif- ferent story, as the Pirates drop- ped behind by 26 points in the first half. They stormed back after intermission but the effort came SACHSE TEXAS AGES 18 MONTHS TAP SALLET TUMd.ING CHEERLEAOING SUPER KIOS PRESCHOOL TOTS IN MOTION ACTIVITY TIME 495-0836 530-1850 BY CHRISTI NALL up short, 75-70. Landers scored a season high 46 points. The game which was postpon- ed at Coppell because of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 7 Present Generation Has Fulfilled Prophecy of Apostle Paul There is a passage of Scripture in II Timothy 3:1-4 that was writ- ten as a prophecy by the Apostle Paul. I believe if you will read it with me you will see that our gen- eration has fulfilled this prophecy. Verse I - This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. 2 - For men shall be lovers of •r own jealousies, covetous, sters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthank- ful, unholy. 3 - Without natural affection, truce breakers, false accusers, in- continent, fierce, despisers of those that are good. 4 - Traitors, heady, high-minded, lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God. Each one of these statements describes our generation. Let us look at a few. No. 1 - Lovers of their own selves. This statement sums up our generation more than any other. People forsake their chil- dren; run out on their spouse (truce breakers); undermine their employer (traitors); it's anything "I" want - no matter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 8 "A" Honor Roll Fifth Grade: Jennifer Ancheta, Kasey Cornett, Stephen Holland, Jamee Bramlett, Jeffrey Waller, Eileen Hughes, Lisa Bailey, Jen- nifer Hail, Ryan Hise, Jim Wollschied. Fourth Grade: Micheal Hice, Angela Hill, Amy Proctor, John Ramsey, Emily Wieseman, Thai Le, Stacie Taylor, Devin Hindman, Tim Shubzda, Clay Spicer. Third Grade: Caleb Brown, Matt Higginbotham, Daniel Bruns, Jarred Dunn, Megan Honey, Stephen Rotan, Marlene Sarabia, Sonia Ruiz, Betsy Kyle Herring, Amy Kramer, Laura Lan- ning, Paula McMillan, LisaOver- by, John Wollschied, Christina Boydstun, Joey Yordy, Barbara Smith, Jeff Cox, Chadd Bolding, Marianne McMurdie. Second Grade: Adilio Ayala, Joshua Bramlett, Elaina Breiting, Daniel Huff, Jenny McCann, Jessica Hail, Tonya Moore, Tab Baggett, Chris Vanhorn, Greg Kilpin, Kristie Coburn, Kelly Cum- mings, Jennifer Donnelly, Michelle Gant, Loren Leaverton, Luna Honor Roll - 2nd Six Weeks Joshua McDonald, Sarah Ballew, Amanda Davis, Kristen Eppler, David Gra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 9 Police Report SACHSE CALENDAR Chief Tom Fenley reported highlights of the week of Jan. 11-18. Jan. 18, Cpl. Steve Craighead heard loud noises across the highway and sent Officers Tom Maloney and Steve Wilhelms to investigate. When police arrived at Village Motors, four people who were breaking into cars jumped in their car and headed A^/ard Garland. The officers ^ere able to stop the car at Naaman School Road and ar- rested four people, including one juvenile, each of whom now has eight charges pending Jan 11, the Dallas Sheriff's of- fice received a mobile phone call from a man having breathing dif- ficulties in the area of Merritt and Liberty Grove. Unable to locate, BY ROSANNE BURGESS Librarian Mayor Larry Holden, speaking at a recent Town Hall meeting, discussed plans for our new library building which will provide 5500 square feet for our facilities and temporary space for offices and the Police Department. Pre- sently, we occupy 1000 feet of space on Hwy. 78. The land p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

■■■I Page 10 Feature Section Dad worried about Mom's carelessness in the kitchen By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. My wife is so good in her handling of our 2-year-old, except for one thing. She is sometimes careless in the kitchen when she is heating some- thing on the stove. It is so easy for our little girl to move her stool to the stove, reach up , and possibly spill a pot of boiling water, soup or other food on herself. For- tunately she hasn't done it yet. Because my wife was a home economics major in college I never interfere with her house- keeping procedures, including those related to cooking. She is so competent. However, this danger bothers me a great deal. What do you sug- gest? A. Using rear burners, turning the pot and pan handles toward the back, and not having your lit- tle girl's stool in the kitchen aren't really a complicated matter. Nor is suggesting those procedures to your wife, especially when you consider the possibly harmful al- ternatives. P...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

Page 11 ervthing you can about the piece or pieces you are looking to re- place. the pattern and company names, the color and pieces de- sired. They will inform you if they have such pieces and the price for each. Or phone them with the same information for availability and a price quote — they have it all computerized. Contact: Re- placements Ltd.. 302 Gallimore Dairy Road. Greensboro. NC 27409-9723. Telephone number is (919) 668-2064 € If you have a question you'd like nswered. please write Mainly or Seniors, Copley News Service. .0. Box 190, San Diego. CA 92112- 0190. I'EO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — Let your tal- t'nts shine, take a leadership role and your prestige will soar You may have an original idea that will prove profitable in the future Join in a new enterprise — others will follow your lead and big money can be made V IRCiO: (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 — Also Virgo Ascendant) — You have support from people behind the scenes who will keep the promises they mak...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 January 1988

THANK YOU SACHSE .. .for making our first year so successful that we are expanding. Because of your response, LAKE POINTE MEDICAL CENTER is adding 39 wore 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. All of this is in a warm, relaxed atmosphere, with a caring professional staff, concerned with the whole person. hAKEJOlM MEDICAL CENTER A Premier Healthcare Facility .. .For You! it Z ji : ~\j Row let t Kockw.i Lake Ray Hubbard 6800 Scenic I)rivc Rowlcti, Rockwall, County, Texas 7508H 4 1 2—CA RE

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

the Sentinel PUBLISHED WEEKLY JAN. 27 SACHSE. TEXAS 530-1100 VOLUME XIII NO tegbi-i Christina Boydstun, third grader at Luna, holds the trophy she won in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Read-a-thon. Daughter of Richard and Sue Ann Boydstun, Sachse, Christina also won a 10-speed bike as overall third place winner and attended an awards party at the Plaza of the Americas, Dallas. Winners en- joyed a magic show by Ronald McDonald and free ice skating. Christina read 80 books and collected more than $500 through pledges. Other youngsters who won prizes and helped collect over $1,000 for the op- tional reading project included: Tanya Moore, Kyle Cook, Stephen Rotan, Daniel Bruns, Nicholas Poston, Melinda Hughs, Julie Fowler, Jarred Dunn, Ryan Ward, Janea Eubanks, Chris Moore, Matthew Jenkins, and Wesley Jenkins. Latest GISD Bus Proposal Has Sachse Residents Upset Sachse residents received a jolt last week when the Garland Independent School District an- nounced that students on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Banking Officer Cindy Gray and Clay Blakey look over credit reports. The working people ot our communit) constantly meet the challenges ot a changing world. In 1MSS. our hank can he helpful in planning new objectives, and meeting o0als. We invite vou to talk over your plans for the future with us am time. new PEOPLE & SER VICE DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: l.OBBY HOURS: Make The Ditierence 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00- .00 f ridas 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 l-riday (214) 530-7999 FDJ€ MPnCT 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas ♦ P.O. Box 469090 ♦ Garland. Texas 75046 t=J IOUAI HOUSING lender

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 4 Great-Grandson of Pioneer Family "Packages" Inventions and Concepts Marketing Manager Truett Kibodeaux. left, and Regional Manager Tim Foster, right, of Invention Submissions Corp.. Dallas, examine a sound mobile, a miniature automobile that runs on records, enabling listeners to play records without the use of turntables. The sound mobile was '■packaged" for marketing by ISC and currently is being sold in stores by Sony. Foster is the great-grandson of one of the founding fathers of the Wylie-Rowlett area VILLAGE MOTORS Mechanic On Duty Tune-up Special S39.95 6220 Highway 78 Sachse. TX 75098 (214) 530-6130 Do you have an idea for an in- vention? If so, you need to con- tact Tim Foster, great-grandson of one of the area's pioneers. Tim is regional manager of In- vention Submissions Corpora- tion, an internationally-known company with headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA. that "packages" inventions. The local office is located at 2429 Reagan St., Dallas. Foster is a 1975 graduate of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 5 SPORTS CSXTCTtajj Pirates' Playoff Hopes Dim But Possible, Girls Winning Again BY CHRIST1 NALL Despite a disappointing first half of district play, the Wylie Pirates' chances of making the playoffs are not impossible. Halfway through the season the Pirates' record is 11-11. They took a step in the right direction Tuesday night when they traveled to Farmersville and came out on top, 58-48. John Fitzpatrick contributed 20 points to the victory, while Michael Landers added 14. Friday night the Pirates wound up on the short end of a 54-41 score with the Commerce Tigers. Landers was high point man with 24. While the boys are having their problems, the girls have returned to their winning ways, posting vic- tories over Farmersville and Commerce last week. The Lady Pirates ran rough- shod over Farmersville, 52-26, with Michelle Holley scoring 20 points to lead a balanced Wylie scoring attack. Friday, the Lady Pirates had lit- tle trouble handing Commerce a 49-32 loss. Jennifer Kayer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 6 Sachse Calendar 4-H, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, First United Methodist Church. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, Station. Chamber of Commerce banquet, 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, Sheraton, LBJ & Jupiter. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, First United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, Christian Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, City Hall. Lunch Bunch, noon Tuesday, Feb. 2, Christian Church. Town Hall meeting, 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, City Hall. f ' ? , aL> ' T . Complete Landscaping Landscape Management Sprinkler Systems 6402 Hwy 78 Mark Haseloff Sachse. TX 75098 495-8173 530-2204 * DANCE * TWIRL ★ Calico Kids Register Now / I 1517 Buckingham Plaza at N. Garland Ave. 495-1719 ★ BOYS SKILLS ★ PRESCHOOL ★ £06 Chuck Trimble CPA CPfK --Tax Return Preparation -Accounting for Small Businesses -Cost Effective Accounts Receivable & Payroll Processing --Computer Consulting 791 WEST HIGHWAY 78 • WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 • 442 448...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 7 Wyiic Highlights When Routine Becomes Extraordinary BY MARIE JANKOVIAK For the past two weeks, Wylie High School students have been preparing for semester exams, and some were extremely busy completing projects and papers. The Student Council is busy getting ready for a dance Satur- day, Jan. 30. Theme is "The Celebrity Ball." All Superlatives and Favorites will be announced at the dance. FFA students will show their animals at the Fort Worth Stock Show and we wish them luck. The Drama Department will hold auditions for this year's UIL one-act play, The Bald Soprano. National Honor Society is still selling candy to help pay for var- ious activities. The annual blood drive will be held in February, and seniors vying for a NHS scholar- ship will be selected this week. USE SENTINEL. WANT AOS It seemed like such a simple, routine task. Three of our young men wanted to be baptized. But this one turned out to be a challenge. The first obstacle was the weather. The roads were iced o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 8 Sachse Homemakers Club Members Stay Busy Ram Baker presents program on "Entertaining Children Left in Your Care" at recent meeting of the Sachse Homemakers Club. fli KHMP"" Jffpfl 1 ■- rV ..?•: \ iwsm Homemakers and finished projects ranging from gravestone rubbings to original art. Members found the diversions therapeutic and entertaining and are sure that children will enjoy them, too. Members met at the home of Linda Eubanks for the December party which included lunch and a gift and cookie exchange. Aulene White opens gift while looking on are. left to right. Eloise New. Rita Puckett, Bonnie Longacre, and Chyrel Rowland. , *1 M IK*. ■ Bonnie McClain and Bonnie Longacre use their imaginations to whip up something from apples, raisins, toothpicks, marshmallows, construction paper and scissors. j 11-* * :1?1& ■ M-S Chyrel Rowland blows bubbles and Rita Puckett contemplates a Play Dough project. HPUP* "" * "1 W~ Bertie Smith, left, and Irene Ogle try fingerpainting, one of...

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