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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 5 I Wylie Students Selected For Mock Trial Eight Wylie students have been selected to participate in the regional division of the Texas Mock Trial Competition Saturday at the Collin County Courthouse in McKinney. Winner of the regional compe- tition advances to state competi- tion next month. The local region is one of 20 in the state and stretches from Dallas to Denison. Students from Frisco, South Garland, McKinney, Palmer, Piano, Richardson, Syline, New- man Smith, and Wylie high schools will debate whether a party host is liable for basketball career-ending injuries sustained while a guest. Wylie will be represented by Tammy Berghauser, Matt Brink- ley, Jason Wylie, Karma Myers, Steve Russell, and Jodi Hacker. Alternates are Rick Green and Jodi Wylie. The Dallas Bar Association is sponsoring the event, with judges and lawyers serving as presiding judge and jury. Scores will be based on presentations, rather than legal merits of the case Don't Mess With Texas and Don't Mess ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 6 SPORTS Owls Clinch Playoff Spot; South Garland Running Second BY J. THOMAS REX Wylie Boys, Girls Miss Basketball Playoffs BY CHRISTI NALL The end of 1987-88 basketball season has arrived for Wylie boys and girls teams. Neither made the district playoffs. The Lady Pirates concluded their season last week, finishing with a 16-12 overall record and 7-7 in district competition. The boys concluded their regular season Tuesday night against Com- merce. Last Tuesday both teams played host to Frisco. The boys took an early lead and held on for a 55-52 victory behind Michael Landers' 25 points. The defeat kept the Coons from entering the playoffs. Friday, Farmersville visited Wylie and senior Jeff Richie got the Pirates pumped up early with a slam dunk and Wylie coasted to a 73-57 victory. Landers buck- ed 30 points to lead the way offensively. The girls wrapped up their season against Frisco. Down by 14 points going into the second half, the Lady Pirates slowly clos- ed the gap but w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

i Ml Page 7 I Several weeks ago a fellow minister gave me a copy of his reflection on the mass murder in Dover and Russellville, Arkansas. It is a good article and I pass it on for your reflection. "The recent mass murder in Dover and Russellville, Arkansas, has touched the nerves of every- one who had the heart to read the gruesome reports in the news- papers or look at it on television. I'm guessing the 'Pope County massacre' made its way into almost every pulpit iri Arkansas last Sunday (like mine). TV com- mentator Gene Lyons castigated the press for covering the event too closely, the clergy for public- ly spouting cliches, and said all of us ought to be ashamed at watching such a private horror unfold. "However, sometimes it's the tragic that binds communities together in their common human- ity, even if the media does tend to be rather maudlin about it all. And while some clergy are con- tent to offer easy answers, time- less truths do not necessarily Sewing Machine Repaik We...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 8 Steps Outlined for Forming School Districts in Texas CL ASS In response to those Sachse citizens who have suggested withdrawing from the Garland Independent School District and forming a Sachse Independent School District, the following steps must be taken. A new independent school dis- trict may be created by detaching territory from existing contiguous districts and uniting the territory into a new district. Creation of a new district by detachment is initiated by a peti- tion presented to the commis- sioners court. The petition must give the metes and bounds of the proposed new district; be signed by the required percentage of the registered voters residing in each territory to be detached from an existing district; and be address- ed to the commissioners court of the county in which the territory of the proposed district is located or, if the territory is in more than one county, to the commissioners court of each county in which the territory is located. Immediately foll...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

jflUMfM Page 9 <n CORNER BY DR. CHARLES CARTER Quite often we see patients who have teeth that are dis- colored, chipped, or severely broken or decayed. In situations such as these, the best treatment is to place a crown (cap) over the involved teeth. In cases where a good deal of tooth structure has been lost or undermined, an amalgam (silver filling) restoration is not adequate because it does not add strength to the tooth; usually it requires strong tooth structure to support it. The major advantage of the crown is that it has great strength and resistance to breakage under chewing stress. Also, crowns can be made of porcelain baked onto metal which matches the natural tooth color. Discolored or crook- ed teeth can have their appear- ance improved by making porce- lain crowns that improve color and alignment and shape. To place a crown, your dentist prepares your tooth by reducing it in size so that a crown can fit over the existing tooth. Impres- sions of your teeth and surro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

Page 10 Feature Section Gifted children often neglected By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Our son is in fifth grade, has received almost straight A's since he started school, and tests at an eighth grade level in many areas. Our school system has numerous programs for handicapped chil- dren, but nothing for the gifted ones. He tells us how bored he gets during classes because he knows almost all the material. He has asked his teachers for extra as- signments, but they tell him he must stay with the rest of the class. We have also tried, to no avail, asking his teachers to let him ad- vance on his own in each class or give him something to stimulate his mind. He does not want to skip a grade because of his friends. Emo- tionally and socially he is com- fortable with his own age group. We are very frustrated. Any suggestions? A. How much I understand, and sympathize with, your situation. Unfortunately you are not alone in your concern regarding these often neglected chi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

.H t intermediate and custodial care — the most proven and most costly of catastrophic health costs — and skilled nursing coverage is only covered to fund less than 2 per- cent of these costs for senior citi- zens. Funding for the legislation — in both the House and Senate ver- sions — relies on new taxation, specifically on senior citizens who have provided for their own re- tirement years. The American Association of Retired Persons has supported the legislation concepts, including the 'specific new taxation, but has rec- ommended that part of the fund- ing come from new taxes on alco- hol and tobacco products. Legisla- tive experts assert that no such taxation would be implemented at all, because of the strength of the liquor and tobacco lobbies, and be- cause the products are not tied as causal effects of providing medi- cal care and costs to senior citi- zens. Earlier legislative attempts to tax tobacco products to fund cancer research and for care of cancer patients - directly...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 February 1988

FORECLOSURES FORECLOSURES AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS OFFICE - CALL FOR INFORMATION • FORECLOSURE LIST • HOW TO FINANCE 276-5166 Sachse Garland • Rowlett • PRE-QUALIFYING AVAILABLE • FREE CREDIT REPORT SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II t BUCKINGHAM 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 has it all. Formal dining. Den. Game room. Fireplace. Earthtones. Gas/electric. Landscaped. Pat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

the §ei\tinel 'OLUME XIII. NO. 8 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS $3* ** 1 /WM'- ifi ttisP* tv*-. < * J V , , / r y"&iky PU3LISHED WEEKLY FE3. 24. 1988 Record Number of Fire Department Calls Answered in 1987 The Sachse Volunteer Fire Department, in combination with calls from Dallas, Rockwall and Collin counties, answered 185 calls during calendar year 1987--an all-time record. Chief Jack Yates said there were 148 calls within the Sachse city limits. Dallas County runs numbered 30, while there were three calls to Rockwall County and two to Collin County. Two of the county calls requested mutual aid-one to Murphy and one to Rowlett. Yates said the total dollar loss and property damage was estimated at $140,940.00. The average number of personnel responding to the runs was seven men. The breakdown: Sachse City Runs (Within Sachse City Limits) House and Structure Fires Trash Fires Grass and Brush Fires Auto Fires Auto Accidents Medical Emergencies Hazardous Conditions Smoke Scare In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE national OF SACHSE *LM, * ^ When First National Bank opened its doors on Feb. 21 four years ago, at the end of the month deposits stood at $1,135,825. Today, our deposits have reached $16,436,879, thanks to Sachse and the surrounding area. Our initial staff of seven has grown to 15. Six of the original bank family still on board are President John Cooper, Senior VP Gary Overby, AVP Anita Collins, Banking Officer Cindy Gray, Banking Officer Lynn Clodfelder, and Secretary Deenan Houghton. You will find a full array of banking services at First National and a fully informed group of people ready to answer all your financial needs. Discover for yourself the difference our people and our brand of hometown service can make for you or your business. Come in or call todav - vour success is our success! DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday FDW PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPACT 6600 Murphy Road • Sachs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 4 Letters to the Editor: To The Editor: Thank you, Mr. Becker, for con- firming what I've been specu- lating about. Many of the excess charges found in our water and sewage rates should be included in the general tax fund (where they can be written off against ordinary income taxes). This is a correct location for the improve- ments cited. Property owners are benefiting in higher property values and the long-term gains these items represent. In my view the trickery is in our current system of nigh water/sewage rates and a low tax rate. Our tax rate is low enough to make the bond proposal sound trivial. Who are these quoted experts? There is a solution that should be considered. Compile the water, sewage and tax rates of the surrounding towns and find the average or mean. Revise our 1988 budget to reflect these average rates. This is reasonable and fair to all citizens of Sachse. People move to a place be- cause of a country setting, the location of their work, schools, tax adva...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 5 Go-Getters Enjoy Fun and Games muz ■ V t t* -™l Go-Getters Lovie Wyatt, left, and hostess Birdie Smith at recent bingo party. From left, Jana Hennig, Lovie Wyatt, Aulene White, and Mildred Jay. Laura and Dean Ericson. r From left, Lovie Wyatt, Anna Laura Skinner, Cleo Hut- son, and Odie Foster. Odie Foster enjoying the party fare. Host Loyd Smith helps with dessert. « iP? & % Thelma and Ray Stanton. Bill Davis, left, and Gerald Robinson. Mildred Jay, left, and Jana Hennig

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 6 SACHSE CALENDAR Police Report Tax assistance; 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, Assembly of God 4-H, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, First United Methodist Church. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, Station. Lions Club, 7 p.m. Thursday. Feb. 25, Country Junction Restaurant, 6024 Hwy. 78. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29, First United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts. 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29. Christian Church. Lunch Bunch, noon. Tuesday, March 1, Christian Church. Firemen, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 3, Station. The Police Department has issued a warrant for the arrest of a white male from Garland which will clear up five burglaries which have occurred recently in Sachse, Chief Tom Fenley re- ported Monday. The partner of the man who allegedly committed the break- ins was located in a house at Lake Lavon over the weekend. Sachse police asked for the help of Piano and Collin County SWAT teams who arrested the man. TEXAS flEmGE V Savings Association / Banc BOARD OF DIRE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 7 Wylie Highlights Continuing Education Courses Available \ BY MARIE JANKOViAK With the basketball season at an end, students at Wylie High are looking forward to spring sports and track and tennis teams have started practicing. Several members of the Wylie Choral Department competed at North Mesquite High on Saturday and several of them received A1, the highest rating. They will now compete on the state level in Austin. Anyone interested in trying out for cheerleader should contact Elizabeth White at the high school. Practice began Wednes- day. Graduating Senior Cheer- leaders Marie Jankoviak and Anita Lawrence are leading the hopefuls in the cheers they will try out next Wednesday. The National Honor Society would like to remind everyone about the blood drive on Thurs- day, Feb. 25. Donations will be greatly appreciated. Wylie High's mock trial partici- pants placed second in district in Dallas and third in region last Saturday. Sponsor Joseph Natalie was quite pleased with t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

l! Page 8 HOMES FOR SALE 3/2/2 WBFP $89,500 4/2V?/2'/2/Spa On 1 Acre W/Barn $119,900 5-Bedroom Home on 2.67 Acres Spacious 2-Story 8126,500 4-Bedroom, 3-Bath Home On 1 Acre 4-Car Garage 8129,900 JANE HENRY, REALTORS 442-7575 $69,900 to $74,900 Sachse and Wylie Quality Custom Homes HOLLEY DEVELOPMENT, INC. 442-7515 HOUSE FOR SALE SACHSE 3/2/2V2 BRICK WBFP COVERED PATIOS POOL SPRINKLER FRUIT TREES 1 ACRE 8134,900 495-6081 USE SENTINEL WANT ADS CUSTOM HOME 3-2-2 CH/A, WBFP, Large Porch On 1 acre at 7107 Sable Lane S850 per mo. 3-2-2 CH/A, WBFP, Fence 3324 Tina S750 per mo. 328-2660 CHRIST DIVIDED? / CHARISMATIC \ NON-DENOMINAl, 7 i full i 'GOSPEL FIRST BAPTIST EPISCOPAL PRESBYTERIAN LUTHERAN ROMAN CATHOLIC JEHOVAH WITNESS UNITED METHODIST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD JESUS NAME PENTECOSTAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST "SALVATION" Works 1. You must be circumcized. 2. You must be water baptized. 3. You must pay tithes & offerings. 4. You must be part of a church. 5. You must sp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 9 (« Fire Auxiliary Members Hear about Complex Sixteen members and two guests attended the Sachse Fire Department Auxiliary meeting to hear Councilman Jim Becker dis- cuss the proposed municipal building. Becker explained the facilities the new complex would provide and answered questions. The March meeting of the aux- iliary will be held at 7:30 p.m. March 15 at City Hall. Former Fire Chief Joe Stone will present a program on "Disaster Teams." The Auxiliary is preparing for its annual rummage sale in May for the benefit of the Fire Depart- ment. Anyone having items to donate may call Bonnie Long- acre, 495-1864, to make arrange- ments for pick-up. THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Road at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Book Reviews For those who are avid tele- vangelists-watchers, it would be wise to read The Faith Healers by James Randi, which discloses the tricks some of the leading "healers" use. Peter Popo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

■*xr Page 10 Sachse Business Directory The Sachse Chamber of Com- merce is planning to publish the city's first Sachse Business Directory in March. The directory will be a booklet (page size four inches by nine inches) and will contain a list of officers and directors; alpha- betical listing of Chamber mem- bers; alphabetical listing of busi- nesses by category (professional, industrial, construction, etc.); and a business card advertisement section. In addition, a monthly Cham- ber Spotlight will be published in The Sentinel, with a local busi- ness featured in the form of a half-page advertisement. Dog Obedience Classes Announced The Rockwall County YMCA, 1210 N. Goliad (Hwy. 205), will hold dog obedience classes for 10 weeks starting March 15. Dogs should be at least six months old and handlers must be at least 16. Equipment required includes a six-foot nylon web or leather leash, a German training collar, and proof of rabies vacci- nation. Beginners will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 11 tXJOOQgC SPORTS L South Garland Makes Playoffs For Third Time in Four Years BY J. THOMAS FKX The tell tale week of high school basketball is over and it appears as though the South Garland Colonels have come out smelling like a rose in District 9-AAAAA. The Colonels went 2-0 last week to clinch a piece of the district title and. more important- ly, make the playoffs for the third time in the last four years. The big game of the week fea- tured South Garland and the Garland Owls at South Garland on Tuesday. If the Owls won, they would have clinched sole posses- sion of the district crown. But the Colonels were too strong and beat the Owls, 67-60. Those fans who weren't there to see three quarters of the junior varsity game didn't get to see the varsity game either as atten- dance officials were forced to lock the doors in the first quarter of the J.V. game. An estimated 400 people were turned away, while 1,200 people packed the gym to see the Colonels win. Playing without lea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 12 MARCH 1988 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change Monday Tbesday Wednesday Thursday Friday March 1 2 3 4 * t Hamburger Plua Chalupa/Ricenaco Sauce # Chicken Fried Beef Pattie Baked Chicken/Rice * Fish/Tartar Sauce * Tuna Salad * + Beel Slew * Stutted Green Pepper Ring ♦ Salisbury Sleak * Chili/Beans + Apple Slices + Retried Beans + Creamed Potatoes + New Potatoes + French Fries + Green Beans + Fried Okra + Buttered Carrots + Apple Crescents + Okra & Tomatoes + Whole Kernel Corn + Yellow Squash + English Peas + Mixed Greens + Broccoli ♦ Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Tossed Salad/French Dressing +■ Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Peaches/Cottage Cheese + Fruit Delight t Rice + Nic Nac Salad + Mixed Fruit t Rice t Rice t Dinner Rolls t Rice t Rice $ Dinner Rolls t Dinner Rolls $ Cornbread $ Dinner Rolls $ Cornbread t Dinner Rolls Brownies Cheese Cake Banana Cream Pie Ch...

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