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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Page 9 Police Report Sachse Police are wearing black mourning bands across their badges this week in respect for the two recent policemen who were killed in Dallas. Chief Tom Fenley, who re- ported some 180 entries logged for the past week, described events for Jan. 18-25: A home was burglarized in the 5300 block of Spring Creek Jan. ^8 which police are investigating The Fire Department answered a vehicle-on-fire call on Ridge- view at Highridge. Firemen spent about two hours Jan. 20 putting out a grass fire between Merritt and Miles Roads. Jan. 21, police recovered a stolen skateboard from the 5100 block of Brookview. Firemen and LifeLine were dis- SCHOOLS (Cont. from page 1) towards the unification of Sachse students by disregarding their identity. One of the reasons given for the latest GISD tax increase was more busing, supposedly brought about by newly-formed magnet schools in an effort to reach a racial balance. While Sachse citizens' school taxes in- creased, their youngsters...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

-:jr .«* • Page 10 Feature Section Unscrambling the Medicare alphabet Bv Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Are you confused about Medi- care. its coverage and the present PPS, DRG and PRO programs'.' Many senior citizens are confused and have provided scores of ques- tions, from which we have select- ed a few to provide the following briefing. Q: My doctor wants me to have minor surgery but has warned me that the hospital bill might be larger for me if the hospital does not accept assignment on the PPS and my DRG. I don't understand the language or what it means to me. Please do explain. — S T., Highlands, N.J. A: There are Medicare systems for PPS and DRGs. and you can add to that yet another, the PRO. Each should concern you if you face surgery and or acute-care hospitalization. In earlier years, the hospital would post charges for your room stays, services, medications, sur- gical facilities and more, and Medicare would pay based on that bill. There was some economic benefit ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

Parents should have reasonable expectations By Wiilard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Should I worry about the fact that my wife seems to be pressur- ing our two young children (they are 2 and almost 1 years old)'.' Reading, numbers, sitting still, paying attention, repeating, repeating, repeating what she tells them to do until they get it "right" (by her standards) — all of these are everyday practices. She quit her job because she felt it necessary to teach them. She has no respect for preschools be- cause she believes they interfere with the family, substitute for parents, and waste lot of valuable time letting the children play too much. I'm not sure that I am on the right track by questioning all of this, and have a kind of guilt feel- ing because in my upbringing the responsibility for children be- longed mostly to the mother. I would really apreciate your opinion on this subject. A You are on the right track, and you should question the prac- tices you mentioned Child...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 January 1988

j X ;; * •' <■>—«" *&***+ Proposed City Seal Sachse has no official city seal. Several months ago, Mayor Larry Holden contacted Sachse-based illustrator Karla Cooper to assist the City Council in preparing a city seal that would be used for a variety of purposes, including almost daily use by the city secretary for official documents. Working with the well-known illustrator, the Council wants to design a seal that represents Sachse's colorful history. Here is the result of many hours of input by the Council and refinement by the illustrator. The seal reflects Sachse's heritage by pinpointing the city's 1845 founding date and by incorporating scenes from our past - the likeness of the city's founder, William Sachse; a powerful locomotive, since the railroad was a key element in Sachse's develop- ment; and the coat of arms of Herford, West Germany (Prussia), birthplace of William Sachse. 19 ■ rv., ' f J u. ,1 V>f"- t m 'S\$ 7 \ 7 \ r— , v\x V\ \\ \* / v (/ V \WA\ * .. x ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

?he Sentinel VOLUME XIII, NO. 5 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PU3LISHED WEEKLY FEB. 3, 1988 ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) a o CITY [ALL r1- r-vCLOCkV^ ■ T ) Vh'OWB^^ J f J~I s(<XK V-iCVPhKH8 J \\?rK /( 1 \ ^ A* kLIBRAR1\ „V •' \Q< Vy yv 'xv >Q 'OLICPV.-\ i\ FIRE POTENTIAL MUNICIPAL CENTER PROPERTY 0 o / 1 QAZEBO V-aa-Wj SACHSE ROAD \ :?y is 1& !t 'IM ' K) J n SACHSE MUNICIPAL TOWNCENTER First Towncenter Complex Building Design Released Months of input by Sachse's city staff, City Council and con- sultant architects have come together in an efficient and dollar- wise design for the first building of the proposed Municipal Town- center Complex. Planned for the city's 13-acre tract on Sachse Road, funding tor the multi-use building will go before the voters in a bond elec- tion March 5. "Our Police Department and Administrative Offices have gone beyond cramped and the library is dreadfully undersized for our population. Because we don't have the space we need now or for future expansion,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

"' '^lli f ( f t'f i~ " t /w <v /wwv f ~ f t~ £~ <r c f r f f f *~ t~ t~ 4T f f t't't t~ * * ffc t~ t' t~i" r /■ <*/" f **/"it* LADIES NIGHT Is Tuesday We Have A Complete Menu For You To Select From. S< * d. SUNDAY Catfish Special ' All-u-can-eat" $5.25 PLANO WYLIE RANCH HOUSE W WEDNESDAY Free Dance Lessons 7:30-9:00 p.m. a i • • W v • v v • > 3.00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. tciub Specials 8:00-10:00 p.m. 44 \ ll-ii.^ on_oaf " * J THURSDAY Fried Shrimp Special "All-u-can-eat" $7.00 635 , GARLAND Feb. 2 - Feb. 14 Solid Gold Band Feb. 16 - Feb. 20 South Fork Band TUESDAY Catfish Special "All-u-can-eat" JfClub Specials 8:00-10:00 p.m. S^ss $5.25 Pool Tournament 8:00 p.m. if COMPLIMENTARY BUFFET 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. ^33225 The BEST Place To Party Within 100 Miles > UJJJJ/J/ vv vp^ O* Cv A V V A V AAA V m MJ .&V' 0«e>- %< s5** • •• y 1111111 m4 WINK'S .. • RANCH HOUSE Under New Management - "Wink" & Phyllis Lemons 3955 S. Hwy. 78 Sachse, Texas 44...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 3 1 I If FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Senior VP Ed Stuart, right, greets new customer. Phil Hamilton, Garland. Thank You! Thank You! Many times a new customer comes to us through the recommendation of a friend. Sometimes we never know which of our customers put in a good word for the bank. So, let us say "thanks" to you fine people who give us a boost. We appreciate your confidence. It will never be misplaced. LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday 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 0U*1 MOuVNQ LENDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 4 Qle 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, Rowiett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads • Friday •V . * 4 ■■ > \ ■% Business of the Year, W&W Development, is owned and operated by Leo Whelan, left, and Norman Wells. Pat Boyd Named Man of Year; W&W Development Business of Year Business Man of the Year Pat Boyd and wife, Brenda, at Chamber of Commerce banquet Jan. 28. VAUGHAN'S DONUTS & BAKERY 6 a.m. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

7>,- •. / P&PP Page 5 Tax Help For Seniors At Assembly of God Free tax assistance for older persons will be offered by Ruth Franklin and Ruby Sebesta at the Sachse Assembly of God Church from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays from Feb. 5 to April 15. The tax-aide program will be sponsored by the Sachse Library which you may call for informa- tion at 530-8966. Those seeking assistance are asked to take forms W-Z; W-ZP, and 1099, your last income tax return, and current tax materials. Robbery Suspect Resident Of Wylie - Not Sachse A glaring headline in the Satur- day edition of the Garland Daily News read "Sachse Man Pleads Guilty to Robberies." The story explained that George Manuel Boque, 29, of 2714 State Highway 78, had ad- mitted to two robberies of First Garland Savings. Charges on a third robbery case were dropped. The Sentinel questioned the address, whereupon the Garland Police Department, after check- ing, said the man was NOT from Sachse, but from Wylie. The Garland Polic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 6 Prospective Sachse Collegiates Invited to Rush Workshop A sorority rush workshop will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7 at the Garland Women's Activities Bldg., Glenbrook and Austin. All Sachse junior and PTSA Meeting, Supper Scheduled Feb, 8 A chili supper will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8 in the cafeteria of Webb Middle School, followed by a PTSA meeting at 7:15 in the gym. Darrin Wagnon from Sharon Scott Associates will present a program on "Building Your Child's Confidence." senior girls planning to enter a four-year college are invited to the event planned by local soror- ity alumnae. Girls will get information on rush, references, financial re- quirements, and will meet and visit with alumnae. All Sachse references are pro- cessed by the Garland Panhel- lenic Association and those at the party will be able to register with the GPA. Becky Allen, spokesman for the host group, said: "Each year many Sachse girls go to college with no knowledge of sorority r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 7 Police Report Police Chief Tom Fenley re- ported some 155 entries for the week of Jan. 25 - Feb. 1. Highlights are as follows: Jan. 26, a woman locked her keys in her car at Allsup's and her 19-month-old baby was inside. Police were unable to open the car, but stayed with her until a locksmith arrived. Jan. 27, police arrested two people in the 5300 block of Hwy. 78 on Dallas County warrants. LifeLine took a woman with se- cond and third degree burns on her arms and stomach to Piano General Hospital from the 6100 block of DeWitt. Jan. 28, a woman in the 2600 block of Herring Circle reported receiving obscene telephone calls. LifeLine took a man who fell in his yard in the 5500 block of Alex- ander to Wylie Community Hospital. Jan. 29, a man was arrested for DWI in the 5800 block of Murphy Rd. A vehicle was reported stolen from the Ranch House on Hwy. 78. Jan. 30, a man was arrested for hit-and-run at Sachse Road and Allsup's. He was located six blocks away and arrested for fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 8 Holden to Address Sachse Fire Auxiliary Mayor Larry Holden wilt make a presentation on the proposed Towncenter complex when the Fire Department Auxiliary meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16 at City Hall. At January's meeting, Fire Chief Jack Yates discussed "Fire Safety in the Home" and was assisted in several demonstra- tions by Firemen Dean Boyce and Kelly Helm. He read data on calls made last year. Yates also demonstrated how smoke travels in a house fire and showed a Na- tional Fire Protection Association film. The Auxiliary welcomes visitors to the meetings on the third Tues- day of each month. Members are not required to have a spouse on the Fire Department. Meetings are usually held at City Hall. For more information, interested per- sons may call Thelma Stanton, 475-2134, or Bonnie Longacre, 495-1864. Programs coming up will fea- ture Joe Stone talking about disaster teams; a dinner and auc- tion; rummage sale; programs on the Heard Museum and Lifeline Ambulance Servi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 9 . r Highway Easement Granted At Naaman Forest School Trustees for the Garland Inde- pendent School District have granted a 25-foot easement to the City of Garland for State Highway 190 utilities adjacent to Naaman Forest High School. The trustees also approved Change Order No. 6 from Robert E. McKee Construction Co. in the amount of $12,673 for placement of underground electrical lines to the security huts at the new high school. Lindsey Michelle Rueter, 15-month-old daughter of Mark and Deborah Rueter, Sachse, was second-place winner in the Elks Lodge Bab\ Pageant in Mesquite last month. She competed in the one to two- year age bracket. Lindsey was the Sachse Fallfest winner last year in the under one-year age division. Fsipniftnnmnninnifjnnmariifimr: iil"J [•!■ .• I ■. I *J* i l"J [■Jfil? Turning to God not only reveals His perfect plan for us, but also provides us with the means to carry it out. Learn more about how God's plan of changeless goodness is already assured for ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 10 SPORTS Wylie Boys' Losses Perplexing; Girls on Winning Streak BY CHRISTI NALL What's wrong with the Pirates? That's a question players and coaches alike are asking in Wylie. It possibly is the fact that the majority of the players are under- classmen and their lack of experi- ence has hurt at crucial times. Whatever the reason, the Pirates have less than half a season to turn things around. Last week the Pirates dropped a 54-41 decision to Bonham on Kids In v\o^ SACHSE ■ 3UANA YATES TEXAS OWNER AGES 18 MONTHS - ADULT TAP JAZZ BALLET THIRLING TUMBLING DRILL TEAM CHEERLEADING BOY'S SKILLS SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL TOTS IN MOTION ACTIVITY TIME 495-0836 530-1850 Tuesday, and a 57-55 contest to Whitesboro on Friday. Michael Landers scored 23 points to take high-point honors for Wylie against Bonham. Lan- ders tallied 24 points in the two- point loss to Whitesboro. While the boys were having their troubles, the girls were win- ning. The Lady Pirates built up a 24-14 halftime lead again...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 11 Luna Students Display Book Floats r* Fourth graders at Luna Elementary recently made book reports and built miniature floats depicting scenes from books. In the parade through the classrooms were these winners from Linda Roden's class. Left to right are Krissy Kendrick, first place; Melissa Murphy, second; Thai Le, third; and John Santora and Erika White, who received honorable mention. All are from Sachse except Melissa. Winners in the recent book parade with their prize floats are, left to right, Michael Hice, Sachse, first; Aynsley Huffman, second; Jimmy Stefankiewicz, Sachse, third; and honorable mentions John Ramsey and Gordon Simmons. All are in Ouida Montgomery's class. Book scene float winners from Linda Verble's class are, left to right, Marcy Hancock, first; Austin Smith, second; Devin Hindman, third, Kim Webber and William Hopkins, honorable mention. All are from Sachse ex- cept Devin. Ray Miller Mini Storage JOHN YEAGER. CIC lAOfNT WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY. INC Hig...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 12 ^ Owl Tracks DC *0 a Vi O BY LOREE ELTON Excitement is growing over the Winter Ball scheduled Feb. 6 at the school preceded by the presentation of awards. Sachse students who will be honored are Seniors Diane Sedgwick, Shelli Stanton, Mark McLaughlin, and Audra Atkins; Sophomore Sheri Thomason; and Freshman Raynee Spicer. The boys' soccer team has started a winning season. The team took third place at a tourna- ment in Duncanville Jan. 22-23 and they beat Lakeview last Fri- day. Senior Mark McLaughlin has played GHS soccer since his freshman year. The next game is at Homer B. Johnson Stadium with Lakeview at 5:30 p.m. Friday. The girls' soccer team has had only one scrimmage game, a loss of 6-0 to Lakeview on Jan. 28. Their first game of the regular season will be at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 16 against North Mesquite at Hanby Stadium in Mesquite. Junior Karen Ramirez and Soph- omore Ronda Elton are team members. FFA member Ty McKee will compete in a calf scramble for a $500 prize at t...

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

Pk \ Page 13 BH^nsma MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and Preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie RESPONSIBLE TEENAGER, at ^Bist 15, to keep children in my ^nome Tuesday and Ihursday nights. Call after 6:30 p.m. 495-9196. FOR SALE: 3-piece hedroom suite. Excellent condition. $350/negotiable. Cash only. 495-7802 BIRD HOUSES, mail box covers, book shelves, any woodworking you need. Custom made to order. Reasonable rates. 276-7409. MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. FOUR-FLEX apartments for rent, picture-frame walls, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fireplace, ceiling fans, washer/dryer connections, 1,004 sq. ft., $375. Phone CMS, ask for Bob, 414-1601. DALLAS WRITERS' Newsletter sample for only $1 and SASE. Only place to find local market trends, selling tips, class listings, and pertinent news for writers and would-be writers. 2223 Bennett, #215, Dallas, 75206. M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Sell your home or retain it in retirement By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Your home, if you own it, can be a major asset in your estate or the key to your financial planning and independence as you go forward. One question sets the stage for this special look at your home and how you can live in it or use it. Q: We are a couple of senior cit- izens with a financial problem. We own our home, valued at $70,000, and wonder if we should sell it and go into a rental condominium. Our income consists of a small pension and Social Security. Due to high blood pressure and arthritis it is difficult to supplement our in- come. What are the facts we need for our decision? — C.K., Sarasota, Fla. A: Your home can be your shel- ter and an asset in your estate, and continue that way if your cash flow income from retirement ben- efits and investments, if any, pro- vide for your day-to-day living If you were to sell your home and invest the money, consider first the i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

Page 15 A book for parents that stresses communication skills may also be of value to you It is "Parent Ef- fectiveness Training" by Thomas Gordon. I hope you will write again to let me know if there are any changes in your relationship with vour granddaughter I understand so well how important she is to you In the mail to you is a copy of #article I prepared for grand- ents of young children If oth- ers would like to receive one, please write to me in care of P.O. Box 572. Scottsdale. AZ 85252 and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope There is no cost. Q. My question is related to m\ children and the fact that my fu- ture husband (whom I love ver\ much) doesn't want them. I am divorced and so is he. Each of us has two children, all 12 years old and younger. Mine live with me, and his live with his former wife. He feels that there are others in m\ family who can take care of mine very well, for example, ei- ther of my two sisters or my mother. My children are a joy to me, and I...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 February 1988

I 1 J I I I [ I f i FORECLOSURES Saturday & Sunday — February 6 & 7, 1988 Stop By Anytime Between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. FREE BUYER'S SEMINAR ON FORECLOSURE PROPERTIES • FORECLOSURE LIST • PRE-QUALIFYING AVAILABLE • HOW TO FINANCE • FREE CREDIT REPORT 276-5166 Sachse Garland • Rowlett SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II BUCKINGHAM 1 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 2300 SQ. FT. PLUS - Perfect for family living. Formal dining room. Living room. Den. Fireplace. Giant kitchen with breakfast area. Huge master suite. This won't last long. Way below market. 4-21/2-2-DR-LR-Den-FP. $85,900 CUSTOM FORECLOSURE - Absolutely gorgeous Fannie Mae foreclosure. This home ha...

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