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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 13 Sachse Sewer System Rates Ordinance No. 506 An amendment to ordinance No. 467, of the City of Sachse, Texas, prescribing the rates to be charged for services furnished by the ci- ty's sewer system; and providing for an effective date. Whereas, it has become necessary and proper and to the best in- terest of the City of Sachse, Texas and its inhabitants to provide schedules of rates and charges to be made for the services furnished by the Sewer System. Now, therefore, Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Sachse, Texas: Section 1: The rates and charges for the services of the Sanitary "Sewer System of the City of Sachse, Texas, shall consist of a base rate for Debt Service and System Depreciation, and a User Charge for System Operation and Maintenance. These rates and charges shall be as follows: (1) Residential Each residential user of the sewer system shall be charged a monthly rate for services from the sanitary sewer system according to the rate schedule set o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Parents are children's most important teachers By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. In this world of ours, immo- rality and lack of ethics seem to be a "given" among many in poli- tics, entertainment, and other areas of much visibility. I wonder how we can teach our children that questionable actions among human beings do not necessarily have to be a way of life. We can't fence them off from seeing and hearing about practic- es and attitudes of which we don't approve, but what can we do? Our two children are very young, so there may still be time. A. Parents are our children's major teachers and models, and they have many years to help mold their youngsters into the kind of persons they want them to be. Because there are additional influences, like genetics and social pressures, parents of course aren't totally responsible for handling this task, but their involvement is crucial. Serious thinkers have some- times written about this issue. A recent...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

sage of his commitment to the need and to self-help solutions brought immediate response in contributions. Volunteers would follow later, as the word of the work spread and development of the Christian Appalachian Project grew Developed and operated were centers and homes for battered women and children - victims of the frustrations of family mem- bers who lunged out physically; new schools for people of all ages - from children through adults i-ho had never learned to read or 'write; medical facilities and clin- ics. homes and centers for teen- age and unwed mothers; facilities and centers for disabled and re- tarded children — births perhaps harmed because of the earlier poor nutrition of the mothers; cen- tral food warehouses — and more And to put people to work produc- tively. Beiting and his CAP organ- ization created businesses scores of them — that produce handicrafts, repair clothing, do piecework for manufacturers and others Hundreds of untrained Americans in Appalachia dis...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 February 1988

FORECLOSURES Saturday & Sunday — February 27 & .28, 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 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 CUSTOM ON ACRE - Contemporary custom on 1 acre cul-de-sac lot. Impec- cable. Fully sprinklered. Wall-to-wall built-ins. Gorgeous fireplace. Wet bar.Tile entry. Mini-blinds. Wallpapers. Formal dining. Large den. Gameroom. Double sinks. Hot tub. Patio. Professional landscaping. Family home. 3-2-21/2-Brk- Dr-Den-GR-FP-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Ql,e Sentinel VOLUME XIII, NO. 9 (2.14) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PU3LISHED WEEKLY MARCH 2, 1988 :v mm Inspecting the Towncenter model are, left to right, Gregory S. Ibanez, Hidell Architects; City Manager Lloyd Henderson; and Mayor Larry Holden. Sachse Residents Vote Saturday On Towncenter Bond Issue Sachse voters go to the polls Saturday to determine the fate of a proposed $1 million Municipal Towncenter bond issue. At stake is the construction of a 15,000 square foot building designed to house the Police Department, a 5,500 square foot library, city administrative offices and a Council chambers/com- munity room. The building is the first of three which architects have designed for the city's 13-acre tract on Sachse Road. It is estimated that it will take a decade to complete the three buildings, depending on the city's growth, rate of expand- ing tax base, and funding by the voters. Cost of the first building will re- quire a five-cent tax increase per $100 of assessed property valu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 2 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 here'n 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 \ymmm Dr. Gregory Redish, cardiologist at Wylie Community Hospital, lec- tures on a rare heart condition at a meeting of several WCH doctors. Fitness Winners Named at Luna Fifth graders Jennifer Ancheta, Kevin Chapman and Wesley Jenkins received "excellence" medallions for their performance in the recent Texas physical...

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

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE IRA DON'T OVERLOOK IT For A Tax-Sheltered Savings Who Can Open An IRA? Come in and pick up one of our helpful IRA guides to help answer your questions or check with your tax advisor. When Can I Open An IRA? IRAs for the taxable year can be opened any time between January 1 and the date your tax return is due for the year, excluding extensions. This due date is normally April 15 of the following year. How Do I Open An IRA? Opening an IRA is easy. When you decide an IRA will be of benefit to you, talk to us and we will take care of all the details. PEOPLE & SER VICE DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday FDW Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPACT 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, lexas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday 'X v -o,v*0 lender

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 4 Letters to the Editor: To the Editor: I am delighted to read in your "Letters" column thoughtful and reasonable arguments against building new facilities at taxpayer expense while the entire Texas economy is reeling from the re- cent decline in oil revenues. I thought we were alone in our concerns. I appreciate that those who are "pro-progress" believe we must have expanded city services to attract more business and in- dustry to Sachse, and they are right. My response is, oh dear - must we? It's the old, old story. Do we despoil our small town charm in favor of growth, or do we turn our backs on progress and continue to attract those few who are hear- tily turned off by life in the fast lane and desire nothing more than a little peace and quiet in country surroundings? Sachse is surely not the first to wrestle with the problem. The status of Oregon and Colorado, for example, have been far more aggressive in suggesting that progress, as such, can only be had at a price. Their...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

.... .. . Page 5 time. The increase in tax burden for a cosmetic change would not attract but deter business from relocation. The citizens of Sachse "spoke" in the last election. I can't help but wonder if their decisions were based upon promises that have not been kept. The city once again cries for direction. If the citizens join the council majority and ignore the basics of economic principals, I wonder how much longer the city I can survive. I, therefore, urge you to vote NO on March 5. Let the City Council solve at least one problem before we turn them loose with our checkbooks again. Pat Boyd Dear Editor: There are several questions regarding the upcoming $1,000,- 000.00 Bond Election the citizens should consider. 1 A 5C tax increase per $10p of evaluation brings in $86,095.00 per year. The first annual payment on $1,000,000.00 is $96,657.00 based on a 20-year payout with a minimum of 7.25% interest rate. Is a nickel enough? 2. Cost of the furnishing-The law states bond money ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 6 LETTERS (Cont. from page 5) doen't go to suit them. I, for one, would like to make my eighty-five cents go where I tell it to go. As I read the quoted material mentioned above, I wondered if we (the citizens of Sachse) need to ask for an accounting of the money borrowed without our con- sent? After all, we are paying it back! . . . Also, are we being in- formed that if we vote 'no' to the bond question on March 5, the Council will force this upon us by borrowing again . . . without our permission? J.W. Freeman Dear Editor: I wish to express my views con- cerning the approaching bond election. I do not feel that this is the ap- propriate time for a Towncenter bond election. I find it hard to believe that companies consider- ing moving to Sachse would be concerned with the condition of the city offices. Businesses will not want to move into a town with a water/sewer rate as high as Sachse's is now. Especially since there are no proposed solutions on the table. If the Towncenter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Pafle 7 Police Report Dogs made the "most wanted" list of the Sachse Police Depart- ment during the past week which kept Anima! Control Officer Sheryl Baisuen on the run. At the start of last week, a woman reported her $600 utility trailer stolen from property at Ranch Road and Cooper Road. Then Rowlett Fire Department re- quested the assistance of the Sachse Fire Department in fight- ing a large grass fire on Liberty Grove. And an eight-year-old boy, a leukemia patient, in the 4000 block of Arizona was taken to Children's Medical Hospital for emergency treatment. Feb. 23, a resident in the 3800 block of Lillie reported that her dog was stuck under a fence separating her house from the house next door and that the dog next door had bitten her dog's back feet. There was no violation, however, as the dog that did the biting was in his own yard. A woman in the 5200 block of Natchez told police that a squir- rel in her oak tree was eating and damaging property. Baisden answered the call...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 8 MARCH 1988 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change. Monday * Chicken Nuggets/ Dipping Sauce Toasted Cheese Sandwich + Escalloped Potatoes + English Peas + Mixed Vegetables + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Pineapple Slices/Yellow Cheese i Rice t Dinner Rolls $ Cornbread Brownies Strawberry Cake/Icing • Milk, Choc. Milk + Fruit Juice Tuesday 8 Pizza * Tuna Salad + Apple Slices + Pork and Beans + Whole Kernel Corn + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Peaches/Cottage Cheese $ Rice I Dinner Rolls Fresh Apple Cake/Icing Peach Cobbler • Milk, Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice Wednesday * Steak Fingers/Brown Gravy * Meat Loal/Tomato Sauce + Creamed Potatoes + Green Beans + Buttered Carrots + Tossed Salad/French Dressing t Rice t Dinner Rolls $ Cornbread Coconut Cream Pie Chocolate Cream Pie * Milk, Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice Thursday 10 Hamburger or Cheeseburger * Ravioli + Baked Beans + Seasoned Spinach + Cauliflower/Cheese + Tossed Salad/French D...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 9 Newest crop of Good Citizens at Luna Elementary are, left to right foreground, Dinorah Garcia, Katie Cart- wright, Julie Fowler, Megan Honey, Sarah Self, Laura Lanning, Melissa Davis, and Jeff Cox. Center are Jose Anguiano, Caleb Brown, Matt Higginbotham, CrystalI Lankford, Jeff Parks, Anna Cooper, and Chris Bishop. Back are Emily Wieseman, Jason Self, Krissy Kendrick, Ashley Bowen, Kim Webber, Storey Snipes, Heather Grant, and Bobby Gore. Good Citizens, left to right, foreground, are Tony Warhartig, Matthew Radacci, Elizabeth Sanders, Allison Allman, Julie Garcia, Christopher Doggett, Jesse Cox, Cody Gibson, Carly Six, Kaci Kroll, Mark McMurdie, and Brittney Haseloff. Middle are Lacy Simpson, Brandon Willett, Kristi Ward, Vikki Kowalski, Eric Davis, Becky Wilson, Courtney Barber, Jeffrey Kendrick, Jose Valencia, Kellie Wayman, Mike Smith, and Michael Tastle. Back are Virginia Ramirez, Rebecca Segovia, Stacey McDonald, Crystal Wright, Tina Pardue, Sarah Turner, Chris Vanhorn,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 10 SPORTS Wylie Baseball Team Wins Season-Opener BY CHRISTI NALL Garland, South Garland Eliminated From Basketball Playoff Picture BY J. THOMAS REX In a doubleheader at Moody Coliseum, the South Garland Colonels and Garland Owls, the two playoff reps from District 9-AAAAA, lost to Spruce and South Oak Cliff, the reps from District 10-AAAAA. In the first game of the doubleheader, the Owls couldn't come back from an early deficit of 7 at the half and lost 61-55 to the SOC Golden Bears. Playing without senior post and leading scorer Brady Hughes, who is out with mono, the Owls just weren't deep enough to over- come the potent SOC offense. The Owls were outscored 12-3 in the final 3:30 of the game after they had pulled within two points in the third quarter. In the final :30, Garland's Kiki Stanley came up short on a three-pointer. While trying for the tip-in that would bring the Owls to within two points, Martin Perry was called for offensive goal- tending which negated the basket...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 11 Owl Tracks BY LOREE ELTON Spring is in the air as GHS students immerse themselves in academic, athletic and musical activities. The boys basketball team par- ticipated in regional playoffs last Friday night at SMU. ALthough they lost, they still retain the title of co-district champions with South Garland. Another exciting victory was won when the boys soccer team, with Mark McLaughlin, defeated Rockwall 10-4. The girls team gave top-ranked South Garland a scare, but lost 2-1. Karen Ramirez tended the goal and Ronda Elton played stopper. Both teams play Friday at Williams Stadium The girls game is at 5:30 p.m.; boys at 7 p.m. The GHS choirs' annual dinner show was a smashing success. Seniors Mark McLaughlin and Troy Kirchenbaur contributed to tne fund-raiser which featured a spaghetti dinner and choral entertainment. Congratulations to Ronda Elton for her second place ribbon in the environment category in the Science Fair at GHS. The GHS bands will host a per- formance of th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 12 Tax Help for Seniors Need help with taxes? Seniors may take advantage of free tax assistance from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays until April 14. Ruth Franklin and Ruby Sebesta will be handling the Library-spon- sored program at the Assembly of God Church. Those seeking help are asked to take forms W-Z; W-ZP, and 1099, your last income tax return, and current tax materials. 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. Physicians Plaza 801 West Hwy. 78, #202 Wylie, Texas 75098 I MALCOLM J. WALL, M.D., Ph.D. announces the opening of his office for the practice of Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Arthroscopic Surgery Joint Replacement Surgery Office Hours If no answer: By Appointment (214) 442-4040 (214) 442-5414 3702 SACHSE ROAD • SACHSE. TEXAS 75098 (214) 414-0600 May we extend our warmest invitation to visit us at . . We would be so pleased to have you and your family come and share ou...

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

B^rr SACHSE CALENDAR iax assistance, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thursday, March 3, Assembly of God Church. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 3, Station. Book Fair, Luna School, Monday through Friday, March 7-11. Open to public. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, March 7, First United Methodist Church. ►Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 7, Christian Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 7, City Hall. Zeta Omicron Chapter, Phi Sigma Alpha, Monday, March 7, Naomi Reed's home. Chamber of Commerce, noon Tuesday, March 8, Christian Church. Pro- gram on sales tax and franchise tax. Homemakers, 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 9, First United Methodist Church. Crafts Club, 9 a.m. Thursday, March 10, City Hall. Ray Miller Mini Storage 1950 Hwy 78 East Wylie, Texas (214) 771-1511 Page 13 SACHSE BOY SCOUT TROOP 12 Announces Sale of Fertilizer, Weed and Feed and Trash Bags For Their Annual Fund-Raiser. You may use this order form or phone 495-1266, 530-6635, or 495-0639 to place an order and HELP the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Art Linkletter — man with new mission for seniors By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service "Senior citizens have options for themselves, and that is my mes- sage to them in rallies, in my speeches and interviews all across the United States." Art Linkletter grabs your atten- tion with this statement as we sit in the television station program office before we are to appear to- gether on a morning talk show. The voice is strong and his eye contact with you drives the point home. You remember Art Linkletter as the host of two of the longest running and most popular radio and television shows in the history of the industry: "Art Linkletter's Houseparty," and "People Are Funny." What you might not know about Linkletter is that he has beer, for years, one of America's pioneering entrepreneurs, and he continues to appear as spokesman for a number of products and companies in which he believes. Today, at 75, he has lost none of that enthusiasm that catalyzed him int...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

lar shows 3-year-olds watched the poorer their letter recognition was by the time they were 5 years old. All television researchers and watchers may not agree with these conclusions. However, we can probably assume that the bet- ter adults are as reading and tele- vision-watching models the more likely their children are to pick up reading skills and healthful TV habits. We really have to be on guard against a tendency to generalize about all of TV, concluding that Ci of it is harmful. Lumping all ovies together is just as ques- tionable. Does that make sense to you? Q. Our second grader who is left-handed is in the classroom of a teacher who is intent on his be- coming a right-hand person. I thought such ideas evaporated many years ago. Am I wrong, or is there something new on this sub- ject that I need to know? A You are right. Adult practic- es that manipulate, control or ridi- cule children away from their left- hand dominance are rarely used these days. Some of them can even be...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 March 1988

FORECLOSURES FORECLOSURES AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS OFFICE - CALL FOR INFORMATION # • 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 CUSTOM ON ACRE - Contemporary custom on 1 acre cul-de-sac lot. Impec- cable. Fully sprinklered. Wall-to-wall built-ins. Gorgeous fireplace. Wet bar.Tile entry. Mini-blinds. Wallpapers. Formal dining. Large den. Gameroom. Double sinks. Hot tub. Patio. Professional landscaping. Family home. 3-2-21/2-Brk- Dr-Den-GR-FP-WB-Acre. $111,900 CREAM PUFF FORECLOSURE - Split bedrooms. Vaulted ceilings. Fireplace. Separate dining room. New paint and carpet. Large living den. Great neigh- borhood. 3-2-2-DR-Den-FP. $68,900 DEN & GAME ROOM - Perfect for family. Fresh paint. Looks great. Separate dining. Large living den with fireplace. Giant master. Neighborhood is new. Won't last long. 3-2-Dining Room-Den-Game Room. Fireplace. $69,900 ...

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