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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

DANNY HOLLEY FOR CITY COUNCIL Page 13 QUALIFICATIONS AND CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS: • Currently serving on the City Council • Economic Development Committee Member • Experienced in commercial and residential development • Member of the Advisory Board of the Sachse Bank • Member of the Jaycees • Member of the Sachse Lions Club • Member of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce \ y ACCOMPLISHMENTS: • Settled disputes with our neighboring cities, therefore saving thousands of dollars of taxpayers' money. • Sold $2,000,000 in bonds. Involved in our first major street program. Every street in town that has not been sealed will be reconstructed and sealed this spring. Contracts have been signed for improving existing water lines and installing new water lines. • A 750,000-gallon elevated storage tank has been approved. Construction should start this spring with the project being completed by spring of 1988. • Implementation of an Impact Fee to concrete thoroughfare and feeder streets. I was on the comm...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 14 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★■&★★★★★★★★* ?n ©Jliiu L U ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★it* Mom's pilfering may instigate shoplifting By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. While grocery shopping my wife has the habit of sampling the fruit (especially cherries and grapes), not to see whether she wants to buy them but only be- cause they tempt her so much. That wouldn't bother me a great deal if she didn't have our little boy (he's nearly 2) in the grocery cart seat, watching every move she makes. I think this practice provides a poor thing for a child to see, but she feels it is of no importance at all. How do you feel about it? A Parents are the major teach- ers of children, especially during the early impressionable years. How their parents react to others, what they say, the interests they have — these and many of their other activities are part of the model they present. It may seem a bit far-fetched, 'I llAOtriT JOHN YEAGER, CIC WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 15 your estate should you both die si- multaneously, such as in an acci- dent By not having a will, drawn and agreeable to both of you, the survivor, if one dies earlier, faces the burden of such a decision alone regarding the disposition of the estate. I would recommend that you do create a will, assuring ti.e right of survivorship and directing the dis- position of your estate should you both die simultaneously Such a document may also direct the dis- position of your estate if one of lyou is a lone survivor. You have worked and saved to provide for that estate. It has been part of your productive lives. How do you want the value of your es- tate to be directed when you are no longer here'' Perhaps you can designate it to benefit a charitable cause, to help fund a recreation center in your city or to benefit others in a permanent way. You can direct this as your order in a will. Without a will and without heirs the state would declare you were intestate (without a will) and c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 16 Your horoscope Guide By GINA, Copley News Service ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — Accept help from one who has assisted you before and make new contacts as well Make decisions about ro- mance or creative projects. Dig out information, update methods, organize and be practical about employment matters. TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 - Also Taurus Ascendant) — Good news could arrive and you can complete a project successfully. Attend to family, domestic and se- curity matters Express yourself creatively — your charisma is high and you can communicate ef- fectively now. GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 — Also Gemini Ascendant) — Trust your intuition, follow your hunches and something that was missing could be found. Listen to new ideas, take short trips, com- municate, study and make needed corrections. Complete property or business transactions. CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 — Also Cancer Ascendant) — Your popularity is high — accept invita- tions to important affa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 17 Luna PTA Needs Prizes for Carnival Luna Elementary PTA needs prizes, prizes, prizes for the bingo games at the big spring carnival at the school April 11. If you wish to make a donation (items or cash), call Kay Snipes, 495-4312, or Sharon Hail, 495- 6824. If you're employed for a large company, ask the public relations or marketing depart- ment for donations, or if you have ' suggestions for freebies or other sources, call Kay or Sharon today. COUNTRYSTYLE REAL ESTATE 422-0720 Call for information on HUD and VA acquired properties. Some have no down payments.) CULLEOKA Nice 3 bedroom double wide on 1.7 acres with 2 car garage and guest house. $48,000 GARLAND EXTRA NICE! 3 bedroom, 2 story home, WBFP and spa. LUCAS Mini Ranch! 3 bedroom custom home, 5 plus acres, barn and workshop. Beautiful Country Home on 2 acres with 2 stall barn. Skylight in huge living den, study, formal dining, 3 baths Beautifully land- scaped. MESQUITE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home near Town East Mall, firep...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 18 Vote Gale Davis for City Council SUPPORTS: • Implementation of Impact Fee • Water Improvements • Street repair • Residential and industrial growth to broaden the tax base WILL NOT SUPPORT TAX INCREASE I BELIEVE: • Standard for sub-division construction is one of the highest in the metroplex I BELIEVE: • Our current legal consultants are giving us excellent guidance and it is in our best interest to take advantage of their knowledge I would appreciate your vote April 4. Political Ad, Paid for by Gale Davia Campaign Fund, Tom Davla, Ttoaaurer \ Alan Merritt, named "Volunteer of the Month" at the Sachse Public Library, is a member of the Library Board and has been active in several areas of library assistance during the past six months. Merritt holds an MBA degree from Amber University. He and his wife, Cheryl, live on Brookhollow. DECOR DESIGNS Delia Collum 214/495-7118 Personalized Decorating Specializing In Windows j i yi '.Tirrrr \ ,! pK,i!| fc; tjtoyvj I 1 • Pleated Drapes...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

growth, planning key words (Con*, from page 1) technical expertise have helped on many occasions on the Coun- cil. "I want the city to grow. Growth is necessary - primarily residen- tial to make commercial and in- dustrial possible. But it's not growth at any cost. We need eco- nomic stability," Boyd said. Jim Becker expressed a posi- tive outlook for the future and wants to see that city services keep pace with the impending rowth. "We need quality man- agement and long-range plan- ning. What we need to be con- cerned about is not the past year, but the next five. With the start of construction of Hwy. 190 only a few weeks away, I believe that the development of the city will return to its record-breaking pace of the recent past." Becker said that failure to pro- trained and well-equipped fire and police departments. He said sewer rates will go up, but with growth, water rates could go down. Davis believes his excava- tion expertise will benefit the city in its coming growth. Danny...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 March 1987

Page 20 SUPER Jf- FRESH FINE MEATS GROCERY DRUGS PRODUCE 702 E. HWY. 78 WYLIE STORE: 442-7132 OPEN 7 A.M. 10 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK PHARMACY: 442-7529 Prices Good Tuesday, March 24th, Through Monday. March 30, 1987 None of these items sold to dealers ■ We reserve the right to limit quantities Baby Beef T-Bone Steak ' $999 Baby Beef &kfSSSfc- _T Sirloin $059 Ld Baby Beef Short Ribs '!?• Family Pack Fresh Ground Beef 0p4\ 89' W ' Family Pack Beef C -fl QQ U.S.I).A. Family Pack Country Skillet Fresh Cube Steak lu, Fresh Fryer. Lb. £QC ™ L $199 Thighs 05/ Whole Catfish X Lb U.S.D.A. Fresh Fryer. Lb QQC Eckrich Fresh $199 Leg Quarters Ou U.S.D.A. Choice Whole $099 Sausage 1 Lb. Roll X Lb Ps Deli Sliced: Olive Loaf. Pepper U.S.D.A. Family Pack I/oaf. Bar-B-Q Loaf, Fresh Fr . Lb. TOC Kckrich Beef, Meat & Polish J-| qq Jalapeno Loaf Legs • & Smoked Sausage JL Lb. Luncheon Meat u Lb ^nrfrff. lit . . f, i. |1 P *1 FOODS 1 Gerber Strained Or Juices Baby Food 4/99° Libby 3 Oz. Potted Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

tJl,e Sentinel ll'ME 12, NO. 8 (-Ml) r -iO-1 100 SACMSE. TEXAS PUPLTSHEE WEEKLY APPIL 2, 1987 b' - . •• " L^^yaajKSE ** ■IBS Hw nfiia •"A'K -t' * «f%*. '* Sachse political candidates, vying for three city council seats and mayor, are, left to right, Danny Holley, Pat Boyd, Mike Murphy, Gale Davis, Chris Jacobsen, Larry Holden, Wayne Snipes, and Jim Becker. Police Report The Police Department's calls for the past week have included the following: Numerous animal complaints including reports of four bites. Chief Tom Fenley wants to remind dog owners that if they lose their dog, they might want to check first with the pound here. Fines can run to $82 for letting the dog run free and biting someone plus $25 for impounding and $5 a day for 10 days for the observation •B"We would prefer that ani- mals be kept up rather than col- lect the fines," Fenley said. At 2 a.m. Saturday, March 21, officers arrested suspects in the 5200 block of Hwy. 78 for break- ing into a '79 Ford. They were char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 2 the 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 to all homes in Sachse weekly. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SENTINEL: News Deadline -- Thursday Ad Deadline -- Friday Letters to the Editor: I have been a member of the Sachse Volunteer Fire Depart- ment for 22 years and am certi- fied by the State of Texas as a volunteer firefighter. I currently serve the City of Sachse as Fire Marshal. Chief Joe Stone has been the leader of the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department since 1969 because the men of the depart- ment had judged him as th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE NEED HOME IMPROVEMENT MONEY? Whatever the improvement you plan to make, it's smart to plan your financing as well. At First National Bank of Sachse we have the flexibility to provide the financing to make your home improvement plans a reality. « PEOPLE & SERVICE Make The Difference LOBBY HOURS: 9:00*3:00 Monday-Thursday/9:00-7:00 Friday (214) 530-7999 MPHCT 6600 Murphy Road •Sachse, Tkxas* P.O. Box 469090 •Gamand, Tkxas 75046 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS. 8:00-6 00 Mondav-Thursdav 8:00-7 00 Fridav <=3 •Mi •'.! N LiNom

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 4 MICHAEL MURPHY for CITY COUNCIL PERSONAL ATTITUDES Saturday is Election Day. Last week I presented "My Stand On The Issues" in this space and this week I give some personal thoughts as to my attitudes and ethics. CIVIC PRIDE - Proud to live in Sachse and be a part of the Community - Vice Chairman of Planning and Zoning Commission Member of Sachse Lions Club - Member of Sachse Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors - Member of Sachse Economic Development Committee - Worked with Haunted House PERSONAL PRIDE -1 have and always will be proud to publish my positions in writing for all to consider and agree or disagree I do not wage a strictly verbal campaign. CONSISTENCY - I have not changed my position on any issue during my campaign. I do not believe and will not tell citizens in any part of town only what they want to hear in order to get a vote. I cannot agree with every citizen nor can everv citizen agree with me. INTEGRITY ■ I let my positions on the issues stand and be judg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 5 Re-Elect Holden Mayor mi Representation for Everyone, Not Just a Few ?«- ■■ !) > Serving as Sachse's mayor is an honor. Your phone calls, letters and personal contacts, on positive and negative subjects, give me the input I need to be effective. In my two years on the Council, I've been an active representative for ALL citizens. When Mr. Boyd decided to run for mayor, he told me he'd conduct a campaign based on facts. I told him I'd do the same. I wish he had kept his word. The number of misrepresentations he and his campaign workers are circulating about me are increasing almost daily. Even so. I'm confident the voters will recognize the truths. WHAT I WILL DO: Work to Reduce Water Rates -- I was the only Council member who voted NO to charging citizens the '85 water rate increase from our supplier. Mr. Boyd voted to "pass on" the increase. I voted NO to passing on the '86 increase and I'll keep voting NO to water rate hikes -- efficient operation of that department will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 6 ,-J^ ^BIRTHS Keith Richard Loughry Lori and Tim Loughry of Phoenix announce the arrival of Keith Richard Loughry on March 19. He weighed 7 lbs., 3 oz. He joins brother, Joe, 6. Grandparents are Lawrence and Betty Acrea of Sachse, who have returned home from visiting their daughter and family. Coyle Middle School Writes to Editors Coyle Middle School sixth grade students Suzanne Turek, Cragina Ward, and Denise Liv- ingston did just that as they com- peted in the Dallas Morning News' Student Letter to the Editor Contest. They were three of 15 area students whose letters were selected to appear on the News' editorial page. All sixth grade honors reading students in teacher Vicki Chapman's class participated in the competition. SUPPORT SACHSE GROWTH VOTE for DANNY HOLLEY City Council Political • p. • . - I o • Holle, K" . i. r i >■ h«s " ;r ooccoocoooooooa Sandy Loam Sand & Gravel Hauling Tractor Service Available Call Lee Shannon Metro 442-1257 24 hour service Turek wrote...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 7 Local Youth Returns Sachse Jaycees Slate From Capital Trip Easter Egg Hunt Trey Pittman, back from an ex- citing tour of Washington, D.C., with a group from Lakeview Cen- tennial High School in Garland, reported on some of the political celebrities he saw. Trey sat in on a committee hearing led by Ted Kennedy and bumped into Howard Baker, rush- ing out of the White House after the president's press conference. Trey viewed the Oval Office and the Secret Service Command Center on a private tour of the White House, and was on the South Lawn when Reagan left for Camp David. "I have a conservative view- point and the experience in Washington reinforced every- thing I want to do," Trey said. "Everything" includes graduat- ing from high school this spring, entering McMurray College in Abilene and going on to law school at SMU. "I hope to make it to the Senate - at least," he said. Another plus to the trip, accord- ing to Trey, was rooming with two hearing impaired students and learn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 8 YOU ARE INVITED To The First Pentecostal Church 7210 Hwy. 78, Suite C Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 7:30 p.m. For Information Call The Rev. Harold Saulters 495-1759 March 1987 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT ~ood Service Menus Menus are subject to change 6 7 8 9 • X Ha Dog/Cniii • Pizza • Chicnen Fried Beet Patue * j Chalupa/Rice/Taco Sauce • Salisbury Steak.Gravy • Tunna Salad 'Cream Gravy • Managers' Choice ♦ Scalloped Potatoes ♦Apple Slices • Ham Pattie'Cheese Stick ♦ Reined Beans ♦Vegetable flings ♦ Buttered Yeiiow Squash ♦ Creamed Potatoes .Whole Kernel Corn ♦ Green Beans ♦ Broccoli English Peas • Buttered Cabbage ♦Tossea Salad French Dressing ♦Tossed Salad Frer.cn Dressing ♦ Carrots ♦Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦ Carrot/Pineapple/Marshmallow ♦ Pears/Cottage Cheese ♦Tossed SaiaiFrench Dressing ♦ Nic Nac Salad Salad X Rice t Combread t Rice t R'ce J R*ce t O nnic Rous J Dmer Ro'ls J D:nrer Roiib t Dinner Rol...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a i i i a s s i s a s i i a a a i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ELECT PAT BOYD MAYOR Page 9 ■in (B is n n ni in n in is n bi hi si si si in in in a bi is a n n (9 is si a n in in in in n n n in n in n n n in n n in n n n n n n hi hi n n oi n ai ^ 8 a a ■ ■ i B ■ 1 i a i s a s a a a a a "Leadership for the Future of Sachse" As my campaign for Mayor winds down, I wish to personally thank each citizen of Sachse that has given me the time, either through personal visits or through reading my articles in this paper, to discuss the pertinent issues facing the City of Sachse. I am also grateful for the confidence and input you have given me during my current term on the City Council. Much has been written and said during this campaign that deals with the negative side of politics. As I previously stated, I WILL NOT deal on any negative aspect of this race. I have stated and will continue to state my goals and qualifications for the office of Mayor....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 10 some op DISCUSSED HERE MIGHT SHOCK VW. But not il > a lb! >w thc->e tips lur working around z'.xlr;* while working around the house or on the jun • Keep ladders and trimming tools away Irom overhead wires. • Call an expert if your electric meter or fuse box needs to be moved. • Don't dig if you suspect there are underground wircs- call us first. • Make sure you're dcai of all wires when installing an antenna; think about where it might land il it lalN dur ng installation. • Make sure all tools that run on electricity are properly grounded and treat them w ith respect We don't mean to alarm you. But too many people becon\e accident statistics simply because they forget to be cautious around electricity. And that's the shocking truth. WELECTRIC Entertainers, Laser Demonstration, Tours Highlight Lake Pointe Grand Opening A troupe of musicians from East Texas State University, laser surgery demonstrations. "The Convincer" exhibit and tours of the hospital highlighted th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 11 Current Videos At Sachse Library New videos available for check-out at the Library are as follows: Top Gun Raiders of the Lost Ark Teen Wolf Beverly Hills Cop Flashdance ^King Kong 9\n Officer and a Gentleman Witness Star Trek I Star Trek II (The Wrath of Khan) Star Trek III (The Search for Spock) Charlotte's Web Sleeping Beauty Alice in Wonderland The Sword in the Stone Robin Hood Pinocchio Dumbo Pete's Dragon Mary Poppins Old Yeller Treasure Island Sentinel Subscriptions In answer to your questions about mailing THE SENTINEL to family and friends who no longer live in Sachse, subscriptions can be ordered for only $12 per year. Call the newspaper office at 530-1100. Sachse Calendar MEET THE CANDIDATES - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 2, City Hall, spon- sored by Library. Open to public. FIRE DEPARTMENT - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 2, Station. ELECTION - 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 4, City Hall. ®O^EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEII[lt ll Everyone is urged to vote. CITY COUNCIL - 7:3...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 April 1987

Page 12 ^par-^Iean HOUSECLEANING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES REFERENCES Penny Brown - 530-0608 Sissy Caton - 442-6287 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (ConL. from page 2) It appears to me that more roof- tops don't necessarily mean lower taxes and water rates. In fact, for the short term, the rates may be higher. I believe that water rates and POLITICAL AD FOR CHRIS JACOBSEN PAID FOR BY SLDON AND MARY GORDON AND THOMAS AND DEBORAH KEENAN 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 our services with us! Sunday School '°:oo a.m. Sunday Morning Worship u:oo a.m. Sunday Hour of Power 5:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Prayer & Bible Study .. . 7:30 p.m. PARK LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH is located on Sachse Road, between Salmon and Miles Road in Sachse. "Reaching Out . . . Because We Care! ■ 1 - ■1 t/. e/ /ah PASTOR taxes will continue to increase as...

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