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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

"1 Question: "I have searched and prayed for the Lord to open my understanding to the scriptures in I Corinthians 6:1-8." Can you help? M B., Sachse. I am going to discuss I Corin- thians 6:1-8 to enable us to have a better understanding of the Apostle Paul's teaching of how a Christian is to deal with another Christian in civil (or legal) matters. In verse one, Paul issues a stern warning of taking church • roblems before the world (civil ourts) or outsiders. He recog- nizes that brethren do have dif- ferences, and that they should strive to settle them before the church. In verse two, he states that Christians shall "judge the world," therefore, they should be able to deal with, or judge, in the "smallest matters, or trivial mat- ters." The "world" in verse two, refers to the non-Christians in this We Have Cards for All Occasions PAULS GROCERY Highway 78 Sachse, Texas life. The word "judge" sometimes is defined as "pronouncing judg- ment." Jesus said in John 7:24 , "Judge not acco...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page' 10 Does Your Dog Suffer From Separation Anxiety? Countless dogs nationwide have an extremely discouraging emotional problem that their frustrated, but caring, owners must deal with on a daily basis - their pets suffer from a syndrome called separation anxiety. These pets, which are ordinar- ily perfect pets in every other respect, are guilty of defecating and urinating on carpets, howl- ing, and chewing up woodwork when their owners are away. Why do these otherwise perfect pets do this? They are attached to their human families so much that they display destructive behavior when separated from them. Dogs are highly social animals, but usually do just fine when left alone for periods of time. How- ever, some dogs become so emo- tionally attached to their human family that they respond to phy- sical separation by increased ac- tivity, vocalization and destructive tendencies. The goal in treatment of sepa- ration anxiety syndrome is to en- sure that the animal experiences these i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

•8*5 mm Page 11 BIRTHS AMANDA LYNN TURNER Amanda Lynn Turner, 7 lbs., 12 oz., arrived April 29 at Wylie Community Hospital to proud parents, Mike and Julie Turner, Sachse. She joins a sister, Sara. ^brandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al Hudson, Richardson; Mr and Mrs. Travis McCain. Rowlett; Lahoma Fields and Darell Brin- lee. Richardson. KYLE LEE WILSON Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tipton, Sachse, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilson, Garland, proudly an- nounce the arrival of their first grandson, Kyle Lee Wilson, who arrived April 14 weighing 8 lbs., 9 oz. He was born at Garland Memorial Hospital. Parents are Ronnie and Sherri Wilson, Garland, who also have a daughter, Amy Denise. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Tipton, Garland; Arneal Alexander, Tawakoni; and Dorothy Sutton, Wylie. ELECTIONS (Continued from page 1) Arch R. Shero 243. Onetime mayor Ruth Nicholson pulled a mild upset in Garland, defeating City Councilman Joe Regian, 4,310 to 3,333 for mayor. Coun- cilmen elected were Thomas Landr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

1 Page 12 SPORTS North Garland Takes Second Place; Faces Skyline in Playoffs BY J. THOMAS REX The North Garland Raiders took second place in a playoff between three teams tied for first place in the race for the District 9-AAAAA baseball crown. With North Mesquite, Mesquite and North Garland all holding 10-4 records at the end of the season, the three coaches decid- ed on a coin toss and playoffs to decide who would get the top two seeds and playoff berths. On Monday afternoon, the three coaches met for a coin toss that would decide who would get the bye in the first round of the three team playoff and North Garland coach Dennis Wickline came up with the odd side of the coin, giving the Raiders an auto- matic playoff berth. The first game saw Mesquite eliminate the Stallions of North Mesquite behind the pitching of Sean Lowe, who held the Stal- lions to four runs over seven inn- ings of work. The Skeeters' win enabled them to reach the championship game of the mini-tourney against t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

FOUR-PLEX 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. MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 ' Vvlie FOR SALE: 2-horse trailer. Very good condition. $1,000 cash. Three P* ><)L SFRVICE 6'xlO' rubber mats, $120 each. Yeai l< nr: Pool & Spas Offers Couch, good condition, $35. Pool Cleaning. Complete Service •itching rocker, $20. Two 4' Including Repairs and A Full Line lare pillows, washable covers, $5 of Chemicals. 442-6729. each. Roll-top desk, $150. Black tap shoes, girls' size lO'/z, $8. DALLAS WRITERS' Newsletter W hite tap shoes, girls' size lO'/i, sample for only $2 and SASE. $5. Port-a-Crib, $40. Mahogany Only place to find local market veneer end table, $7.50. Call trends, selling tips, class listings, 530-6149. and pertinent news for ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page 14 K I • Feature Section How do you rate as a parent? By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Dear Readers: A number of par- ents with young children have re- cently asked questions like these: Are the early years as import- ant in the development of children as some experts say they are? (A quick "Yes" answer, without res- ervations, is an appropriate re- sponse.) What can I do to help my chil- dren get off to a good start? That question requires a more com- plete answer. So here is a 10-point list of suggestions that you might consider using. It could even pro- vide a conversation piece with your young child's father (or mother). You might try rating yourself on each item: Good — 2 points; fair — 1; poor — 0, and then add up your score. 1. Communication: Do I let my children tell me what they did at their day-care center or pre- school? Do we have some "Talking Time" every day? Do I answer their questions, in words they can understand? 2. Time: Do I regularly take time ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

mm If you're age 100 you may fly free of charge. Northwest, on June 1, 1988, will also announce a special member- ship program for adults age 65 plus, called WorldHorizons. Mem- bers will have discount advantag- es on many Northwest Airlines flights. For more information, contact Northwest Airlines reservations or your travel agent. HAWAII FOR LESS Pleasant Hawaiian Holidays has extended its popular senior | savings program through Dec. 15, 1988. providing discounts of up to $160 per couple for their inclusive tour programs. Seven-night, one-island rates start as low as $509 from the West Coast; $819 from the Midwest, and $859 from the East Coast, and in- clude air travel, hotel or condomi- nium accommodations, transfers and more. For information, contact your travel agent. Specify that you want the senior citizen discount rates when inquiring SAN FRANCISCO HOTELS Probably everyone's favorite city, San Francisco generally ranks as 'expensive" in quality hotel accommodations. But the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

FORECLOSURES SEMINAR - SAT. & SUN. MAY 14 & 15 CALL FOR APPOINTMENT OR STOP BY FOR YOUR LIST OF FORECLOSURES FREE BUYER'S SEMINAR ON FORECLOSURE PROPERTIES PRE-QUALIFYING AVAILABLE 276-5166 Sachse Garland • Rowlett • FREE CREDIT REPORT SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II BUCKINGHAM 5-BEDROOM FORECLOSURE-Super family home. 5 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, Formal dining. Den. Game room. Giant kitchen. 3 baths. Cul-de-sac. 2,300 sq. ft. plus. Landscaped. 5-2-2-Brk-DR-Den-GR-2FP. $89,900 FORECLOSURE CONDOS - $29,000 to $34,900. Garland, Mesquite & Piano. Great buys. Perfect locations. 1-2 bedrooms. 1-11/2 baths. Fireplaces. Great for first-time buyers. Excellent condition. REDUCED $10,000 - Dynamic custom. Absolutely gorgeous. Sunken den. Ex- quisite woodwork. Giant den. Fireplace. Microwave. Built-ins: Wallpapers. For- mal dining. Tile entry. Spa. Beautiful deck. Alarm system. Giant trees. 3-2-2-Brk. area-DR-Den-FP-Spa. $99,500 FORECLOSURE - Split bedroom arrangem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

&ie Sentinel VOL.-XI11, NO. 20 ,530-1100 SACMSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY MAY 18, 1988 p "J .... ii- v B life " <C " i/ i i 4 r- & M 5 A '7 r' New City Council's Agenda: Legal Issues, Board Appointees Getting ready for the big rummage and bake sale Saturday. May 21 at the fire Stat,on are ^mrtxn nl the Auxiliary to the Sachse fire Department. Lett to right are Theima Stanton, president Judy Helton, reporter, and Bonnie Longacre. who has helped handle item pickup Proceeds will go toward buying equip- merit for the firemen. Everyone's invited to the sale. Three newly-elected Council members were sworn in Monday night — and, along with current members, immediately con- fronted a variety of decisions, ranging from legal issues sur- rounding Garland's wastewater treatment rate for Sachse to selecting new board and com- mission appointees. Outgoing Council members Pat Longacre, Mike Foster and Joyce Yandry received plaques commemorating their service to the city, while the succes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

w f Page 2 —1 ■ 1 — — i''KMMM* r0^e Sentiivel. .\EWS & ADV£FT!SfNG 5€2^ Wignway "f Sacnst Texas ""SOTS {214 530-* IOC ESTABLISHED 1S7C Put3i<sner Dor Sv/ansor Edito- - neos _ine Art<- erroneous reflections upcrr trie standing cnaracte- c reci. tatior o an>. yersor trrrr o' cc coraitcr writer ma' aopea* tr tut caurnns of Tne Sertrrm w gfac- i'. oe correciec ! oraugn' tt: the atrertror o' tne eoircr Signec a- Uoes nererr express tne views r trie autnors wn.-or are nof necessamv tnose o' tne editors DtstriDJtec tree weeki> re a/ r,0^/ec r Sacnse Avanaoie or nesvssranas r Sacnse Wy/fe ^o* >«r anc Garfanc Deadlines ro- trie nex issue o "ne Sent me: (Sews ~"njrs3a> Aas s*ica> Meianie Jacobs Scholarship Winner Meianie A uacoos Sacnse continues tc rear, rev/aros ro- ne mgr- acaoemic standing Daugr- te o' Jerv anc Winnie uacoos .vleiame is a graduating seme a >\o*tr Sananc Htgr Scnoo. 3ne nas rece\'/ec a 21.50C Rose* 1 5vrc tonon- Scnola smc tc use rr college ounn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 3 FOR SALE: 2-horse trailer. Very SUPER SALE - MOVING! good condition. $1,000 cash. 1 hree Something for everyone: miscel- 6 \10' rubber mats, $120 each, laneous furniture, color TV, RCA Couch, good condition, $35. VCR, stereos, ceramic kiln, couch Matching rocker, $20. I wo 4' & chairs, washer & dryer, Singer square pillows, washable covers, $5 sewing machine, stationery & pen each. Black tap shoes, girls' size samples, saddles, clothes, water lOVi, $8. White tap shoes, girls' skis, and much, much more! 10-5 size 10Vi, $5. Mahogany veneer May 20, 21 & 22. 107 S. Murphy end table, $7.50. Call 530-6149. rj. (Murphy corner), 422-0720. HUGE 4-FAMILY SALE - May 20, TWO FREE COCKERS to a good 21 & 22. 9 to 6 only. Furniture, home. Call after 6. 414-1415. Children's clothes, toys, wedding dress, motorcycle helmet, lots ii 1mu „ 1n(ir GO WITH AVON, miscellaneous. 2006 & 2012 Corn- „ . „ „ . „ „ , To buy or sell, call Loretta wa"' Sachse' Lovett, 530-7820. garag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 4 a i (01 > 1 m Independent Bank-Wylie opened its doors last Friday for a Jamboree and a chance for the customers and guests to meet the Wylle bank staff. Left, Director Ray Mulllns talks with customer Charles Howard. . . . New Accounts Representative Keeiey Roan, left, Cashier Christy Henderson and President Paul Lokey, who also heads independent Bank-Rock wall, greeted the visitors. See me for a State Farm _ Family Insurance Checkup It's a no-cost review of your insurance cover- ages and needs. CURT HOWELL Agent 5634 Highway 7B Suite 110 Sachse, TX 75090 (214)495-7944 Ltkr a good neighbor Statp Farm 15 there Slale Farm Insurance Companies Home Offices Bloormnqton. Illinois r # •* 5 T A T I FARM & IN5UBANCI J I ■ I ■JSXZKSSSX.on'slaqe ln lh°P8fWn9 bt <""*M s™ >—w Spruce Clp For Spring & Summer Give Your Walls • Bedrooms That Cogburn Touch Windows Unique • Innovative • Imaginative CE ★ Register Now for Fall Pre-School and Our Great Summer Programs. 1517 Bucking...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 5 Bilingual teachers Eva Espurvoa, left, and Eloisa Martinez with their third graders celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Luna Elementary. Students perform the Dance of the Old Men and other students join in the frivolity at Luna. FOR LEASE 6415 Parkview Dr. Large custom home. Mint condi- tion. Three bedrooms. Formal dining. Beautiful built-lns. 2Va baths. $750 + deposit. 442-7575. New Videos At Library Aliaddin and His Wonderful Lamp, 1984 Return of the Jedi, 1983 The Shaggy Dog, 1959 Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, 1974 G. Air Conditioning on sale NOW! Early Bird Discounts Why wail until your old unit breaks down? You tan have a new Carrier Air CondiUuiier initialled in your home now, before die summer rush. We are offering l arly llird discount* on our most popular models so you can he cool «id comfortable all stiminfir lon|{. And, with Carrier Revolving Credit for qutdiflcd buyers, you don't rnukc your lirsi payment for up lo ninety days! Call loday and lei us show you how easy ii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 6 mm wm- w %#* % •#r -- ■:>., Picnickers recently at Luna are, left to right, Kristen Eppler, Stefanie Campbell, Michelle Gantt, Julie Mclnnis, Carta Arvie, Amanda Davis, and Sarah Ballew. Enjoying lunch outside at Luna are, back, left to right, Eric Davis, Melissa Cornell, and Tina Pardue; Sherica Newsom, Sabrina Aldridge, and Scott McConnell. k\ ■4T i ^mm fri mtmMm 4(t ^V/ Second grade teacher Jana Hooper with students on Western and Pioneer Day eating their sack lunches outside. More second graders lunching on the school grounds are, left to right, Josh Smith, David Gray, Kaithit Chari, Ben Hangarter, Loren Mathis, D.J. Maddax, and Larry McDonald ★PRivniEuquiDimonsEii-ouT! ★ Police Report PAYNE'S li kii DOWNTOWN CADDO MILLS, TEXAS THIS IS THE TOTAL COMPLETE OF HUGE STORE STOCK & WAREHOUSE INVENTORY ★ Terms *G.E. Credit * Norwest Credit ★ Visa-Mastercard ★ Others (527-3131)1455-0552) Metro 226-7174 SAVE 40% TO 70% Over $500,000. To Be Liquidated On Highway 66..Downtown...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

■ m Page 7 Lifesaver Tags Live Up To Name Millions of children across the United States are wearing life- saver tags which provide identifi- cation, medical information, doc- tor's name, and consent for life- saving medical steps. Realizing that his dogs were well identified and his children were not, caused George Wager, Buena Park, CA, to come up with |ne idea of a small permanent Jentification tag to be laced into children's shoes or sewn into their clothing. He quit his job to found not-for-profit Lifesaver Charities to produce these tags. Corporate sponsors allow the dis- tribution of the tags at no cost. In this area, Lake Pointe Medi- cal Center, Rowlett, is making the tags available through schools, youth groups, and area police departments. The leader of any area youth group can get tags by calling Lake Pointe, 214/412- C-A-R-E, and asking for Cindy. "It is our goal to have every child in the area protected by wearing these tags," said Ken Teel, Lake Pointe administrator. "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Wylie Clinches Playoff Berth With Victory Over Commerce Mattox, Sheppard Finish 8th in State Track Wylie's Mike Mattox and Elisa Sheppard both finished eighth at the Class AAA Texas High School State Track Meet in Austin last weekend. Mattox, competing in the two- mile run, was clocked in 10:20. Three of the top finishers broke the existing state record. Sheppard was timed in 5:28 in the girls' mile run. Wylie's Pirates defeated the Commerce Tigers, 4-3, Monday and clinched a spot in the state high school baseball playoffs. The Pirates, runnersup in Dis- trict 11-AAA, will play District 12-AAA champion Mabank in bi- district. It could be a best-of-three series, or if either team elects to play a single game it must be a single game playoff, according to Wylie High School Athletic Direc- tor Jerry Shaffer. The bi-district f w * tm. % iS Great values on new colors and new styles. And pick iro your FREE DuFbnt "Jairpet Decorating Ideas Book. New from DuPorit. 28 pages pac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 9 North Garland Ousted In Baseball Playoffs BY J. THOMAS REX The North Garland Raiders' baseball season came to a screeching halt Friday, as they dropped the third and deciding game of a three-game series to Skyline in the first round of the state AAAAA baseball playoffs. The Raiders won the first game of the set, 11-3, as Mark Murphy }went the distance, scattering eight hits over seven innings and walking only one batter. The Raiders scored five runs in the fifth inning off Skyline ace Jason Knight, who took a 10-0 record into the series. The Blue Raiders' bats came alive to score 15 runs in the se- cond game as they shelled North Garland ace Kevin Corley for seven runs in three innings of work en route to a 15-2 win. Senior Bryan Baugher started the game and gave up three runs and Corley followed him in the fourth inning. In the final game, the Skyline offense exploded again for a 7-5 victory to advance to the regional round of the playoffs. Mini-Triathlon Set In Garland June...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

Page 10 Satisfaction God's Reward To Those Who Seek Righteousness APPLE # NURSERY 25% OFF SELECTED ITEMS All Balled & Burlapped Trees Many Sizes - Large Selection All Bedding Plants Reg. $16 per Flat Sale $14 6402 Hwy. 78 Sachse 530-2204 Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Sun. 1-5 The more I study God's Word and walk through life with Him, the more I notice how beautiful He is! Never forcing, yet ever encouraging and disciplining His children to learn the ways of blessing and prosperity. In Matthew 5:6, Jesus says, "Blessed are they who hunger and thirst after righteousness for they shall be filled." Then in Mat- thew 6:33, He says, "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousnesss and all these things shall be added unto you!" In the first verse He said to have an appetite for righteous- ness; this brings blessing, and in the second verse we are to seek righteousness, and this brings all the things you need. God could use His force and BY RICK DuBOSE Pastor Sachse Assembly of God make us liv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

of his labor. Obeying God should be a privilege - rewarding and fulfilling. As we obey God our needs will be met. So why isn't the Christian world overcome with righteous living? Because instead of trying to let God fulfill our wants and desires as we fulfill His, we try to fulfill our own desires. James 4:2 - "Ye lust and have not, and desire to have and can- not obtain. Why? Because you •J< not!" f we would spend as much time trying to obey God and live pleasing Him as we do trying to please ourselves, we would find the things we need would over- take us in the form of God's blessing. But as we continue to strive on our own, the appetite of the flesh will never be satisfied. Turn your appetite toward God's table of righteousness and you shall be filled. Book Reviews Forget about Clifford Irving's book about Howard Hughes, the hoax that landed him in jail some 16 years ago, and pick up his new book, Daddy's Girl, about the Campbell murder case in Hous- ton in 1982. It's new at t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 18 May 1988

BP Paao 12 MAY 1988 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 23 24 25 26 * i Hoi pug/Chili • | Submarine Sandwich/ * Oven Chicken/Cieam Gravy #4 Pizza * 1 ish/Tailai Sauce * Salisbury Sleak Cioissanl } Toasied Cheese Sandwich * t Buel Slew • Chili/Beans t Bulieced New Poiaioes • Ravioli t Cieamed Poiaioes t Reined Beans + Fiench Flies t Cneen Beans , t Heu Apple Slices t English Peas t Fried Okia + Hlackeyed Peas t Yellow St|uash + lumips/Qreens t Carrols + Cauliflower/Cheese Sauce -t Biuccnli r Tossed Salad/Fmnfh Dressing + Escalloped Poiaioes + Tossed Salad/French Dressing t Tossed Salad/French Diessing t Tossed Salad/Tiench ♦ Pear Slices + Tossed Salad/Fiench Diessing 1 Rice t Fruil Delighl t Coleslaw J Hice t Nic Nac Salad t Dmnei Rolls } Rice T Rice t Dinner Roils J Rice } Coinbread I Dinnei Rolls 1 Dmnei Rolls Apple Clieese Cusp t Dinner Rolls t Cornbread Coconul Cieam Pie Cheese Cake Donul Cho...

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