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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Ql,e Sentinel ^VOL.-XIII, NO. 22 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JUNE 1, 1988 m ■v ' Wylie Athletic Director Shaffer Resigns; Terry Named as Successor Luna Elementary fourth graders, left to right, Jason London, Amy Proctor and Becky Raygor show off their crazy suspenders and socks on the school day set aside for wearing this special attire. r ■h Si. Wylie Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Jerry Shaf- fer has resigned to become ath- letic director for the Carrollton- Farmers Branch Independent School District. Sam Terry, Pirate baseball coach, has been named to re- place Shaffer as athletic director. "When school is over, I am free to leave. As soon as all the loose ends in the office are cleared up Coach Terry will take over," Shaf- fer said. Shaffer began coaching in 1963, with two absences of 2Vz years each for graduate school and private business. He has been athletic director and head football coach at Wylie for 14 years, with the Pirates making the playoffs 10 times. His overall reco...

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

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 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 Owl Tracks BY LOREE ELTON School is out and only gradua- tion day lies ahead for the seniors. At the awards day assembly, several Sachse seniors were recognized for honors. Diane Sedgwick and Audra Atkins were named Rotary Club Students of the Month. Sedgwick and Loree Elton were recognized as winners of the UIL Schola...

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

Page 3 Sachse-ly Speaking Name one thing you would like to see changed in Sachse. CINDY CARNEY: "I would like STEPHEN ALLEN: "I'd like a MARY SCOTT: "I can't think JOANN LONDON: "I wouldn't KAY SNIPES: "I'd like to see to see beer sold. I believe we 'd bigger library." of anything ■ but I 've only lived make any changes. I like people s attitudes change to be better off tax-wise" here two weeks." Sachse just as it is." more cooperative and less negative." * FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE * ■ J I ,.v V A Billy J. Harris, left, pastor, and John S. Cooper, president of First National Bank of Sachse. First Baptist Church of Sachse celebrated its 35th anniversary and honored its pastor, Billy J. Harris, at Sunday morning services May I. Fir t National Bank of Sachse is proud to be a partner in the church's future. First National Bank is also proud .o be lead bank in a four-bank group which participated in construction lending for the new Christian Fducation and Office facilities which wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 4 >* m 4-H member April Baker talks on water conservation in Texas and wins a blue ribbon at a recent Dallas County meet. "Each Texan uses approximately 145 gallons of water a day. Just think - ive are using the same water the dinosaurs used." Ellen Formaniak explains how one can stretch a wardrobe using scarves. She also earned a blue ribbon at the Round-Up Demonstration Contest. Amie Vance explains fingernail care. "Our hands can be as important as our smiles," she said. Amie took home a second place ribbon. New members Jennifer Hughs and Windy Barnett gave hair care and hair appliance tips and won a second place for their first-time efforts. 1 Brandon Baker explains how to escape from one's room in case of fire. "Have family fire drills," Brandon urged, "as 75% of all fire deaths happen at night." He won a blue ribbon. Sachse 4-H Members Share Useful Information §§§ ? *; *«jg A , • Senior member Clark hormaniak demonstrates home roofing. He hammered and shingled his way t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 5 ■ ■ --M v, '#/■■■ ■' Debbie Fritz Turns Dream Into Das Handwerk Haus Debbie Fritz Thanks to Debbie Fritz, Sachse can now point to an authentic German touch to com- plement its German beginnings by founder William Sachse. Debbie's new Das Handwerk Haus, 5560 Hwy. 78, features not only quality apparel and an ex- tensive array of decorative items, but a selection of handsome an- tique furniture pieces, and soon - a tearoom offering appropriate seasonal fare. Debbie has been laying the groundwork for the 2,500-square- foot shop since last December when shoppers flocked to her home all hours of the day for her big holiday crafts and clothing sale. "We had such excellent response and everyone showed so much interest, I decided to go into business full time," she said. The new shop owner, a native of McKinney, grew up in Richard- son. Her husband of 18 years, Doug, provided the German in- fluence in the shop's name and theme. His family lives in Fred- ricksburg where many of the sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 6 SPORTS C of C Tournament Sign-Up Ends June 10 Entries will be accepted until June 10 for the Sachse Chamber of Commerce's golf tournament at the Firewheel Golf Course in Garland. Registration is limited to 72 and costs $60 per person. Awards will include: $10,000 for hole-in-one on hole 6 and gift cer- tificates for longest drive and closest to the pin. The first place team will split $500 in gift certifi- cates; second place, $300; third place, $200. There will be a last place award and a meal after the final round. Need information? Call Gary Overby, 530-7999; Mike Murphy, 442-2342; or Randy Arp, 487- 2355. KIDS "R" WEE Is Expanding For Your Child's Benefit Gym Facilities for Summer of '88 Will Feature: • Gymnastics • Basketball • Dodgeball • Skating • And Much More Spaces Are Limited - So Sign Up Today! Does your present Child Care Center offer Pre-school Programs Easter Egg Hunt • Halloween Carnival Christmas Plays • Monthly Newsletters • Open Houses Clean, Wholesome Atmo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 7 Local artist Paul Hill has loaned some of his oil paintings to Sachse Public Library where patrons may view them for the next few weeks. SACHSE CALENDAR Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2, Station. Blood Drive, 10 a.m -4 p.m. Saturday, June 4, Fire Station Donors need- ed for Scout-sponsored event. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, June 6, First United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 6, Christian Church City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 6, City Hall. Fire Department. 7 p.m. Thursday, June 9. Station. APPLE NURSERY 530-2204 6402 Hwy 78 Sachs« SAVE ON BEDDING PLANTS Marigolds - $.49 4-pack $8 72-count Flat Reg. $16 All Other Bedding Reg. $16 Flat Sale $14 1-GAL. DWARF YAUPON HOLLIES Reg. $2.99 Sale $2.50 Ea. or 10 for $23.50 25% OFF All Balled & Burlapped Trees Save up to $55 Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Sun. 1-5 FAMILY DENTAL / /V CARE / Sachse Dental Clinic Charles K. Carter, D.D.S. BROOKVIEW CENTER 5634 Hwy. 78 - Suite UN Sachse, TX 75098 OFFICE HOURS BY APP...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Police Reports Sachse Here's the Sachse Police De- partment activities from May 20- May 26, according to Chief Tom Fenley. May 20: South Hwy. 78 and Ben Davis: Arrest made on Ar- lington Police Dept. warrant. Williford and Bryan: Police ar- rested person on Garland Police Dept. warrant. Bryan Circle: Officers checked out a "welfare concern" report and found no problems. Sixth St., 3000 block: Prisoner transferred by Garland Police Dept. May 21: Sixth St., 3000 block: Juvenile located who had been reported as missing. May 23: Sachse St., 6300 block: Domestic disturbance reported. Police did not file a report; problems will be settled by complainants. Seventh St., 3300 block: Dis- turbance/criminal trespass/run- aways reported. No charges filed; no damages; juveniles released to their parents. Cedar Hill Ct„ 3300 block: Of- ficers filed report on theft. Hwy. 78, 5800 block, miner accident. Hwy. 78 at Williford: Arrest on Balch Springs Police Dept. charges. May 23: Abbie, 3100 block: S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 9 Wylie Highlights BY MARIE JANKOVIAK Wylie students' families and friends will be turning out for commencement exercises at 8 p.m. Thursday at the football field. Although school days are near- ing an end, students are still busy with graduation plans, baseball and - EXAMS! Grease by the theater group ran three nights to much ap- plause - a just reward for three months of practice and dedica- tion. The Choral Department held its end-of-the-year concert. Several received outstanding choir awards and officers were revealed for next year. In turn, gifts were presented to outstand- ing faculty members and parents, and a special award went to Rosemary Masingale, pianist, who is leaving. The Choir and Band traveled to state competition in Austin over the weekend. In order to compete students had to first earn a "I." THE SENTINEL refuses to ac- cept advertising from the following individuals/firms: B.G. Mowatt/K.M.K. Jerry McDowell/McDowell Roofing. Joe George. Crystal Pannell. M.L. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 10 Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club Highlights The Sunny Sachse Homemakers have concentrated this year on informative and educationsJ P^ms with an extra touch of a new craft or an unusual homemaking suggestion. Members will spend the summ with their children, but come September, they will resume monthly meetings. Those in terested ini join g should call Pamela Baker, president, 530-1665. Members take turns keeping the guests chi dren, ,rthe nursery at First United Methodist Church where meetings are held from 9 to 11:30 the second Wednesday of each month. -4 Rita Puckett presents program on water conservation and quality. (Only 3% of all water is usable for human consumption.) MM r j Members learn all about the l dressing. or modular Interested members contemplate the modular jumpsuit. Ml I *2 Ann Johnson, busy with secretary chores. Dianne Maxtield demonstrates stenciling. Bonnie Longacre talks on "Women and Depression." Linda Eubanks examines dough roses More members enjoying ref...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

CHILD CARE in my home. Infant to 12 years. Large fenced yard and plenty of fun and educational toys.' | 530-2580. NEED A GOOD ELECTRICIAN? Lights, plugs, ceiling fans, etc. Work guaranteed. Call John. '475-7999. IS' I DALLAS WRITERS' Newsletter pimple for only $2 and SASE. nly place to tmd local market trends, selling tips, class listings, and pertinent news for writers and would-be writers, 17910 Kelly Blvd., #259. Dallas 75252. CHILD CARE FOR A SITTER the kids like, call me. 1 like kids — and they like me! 495-7939. GARAGE SALE OVER? Spring Cleaning? Donate unsold or discarded items to Sachse Ser- vice League's Rummage Sale com- ing soon. Glorya, 530-2850, or Brenda, 495-0757, for pick-up. ACREAGE MOWING, vacant lots, free estimates, very reason- able. 475-7999. John. MOVING SALE - Oak (lining table with lour chairs, $100. Swivel rocker, $50. Large Microwa\e oxen, $60. Bookcases $5-$15. I King- ing lamps, $10-$20. Metal chest ol draxvers, $20. Twin beds, $25-$45. Miscellaneous cha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 12 •P4 c V a *2 (8 0 u 0 E Roundup BY KRISTI LUMAN The last weeks of school are highlighted by Awards Day and Senior Prom, both of which took place for NG students during the past week. Several students were recog- nized for their high scores on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. Brian Speer and Melanie Jacobs were named finalists; Paul D'Jock, semi-finalist; Kristi Luman, commended scholar. The Golden Herald Award nominees were also honored. Renee Solar was included in this honor as a nominee in the Eng- lish and literature category. Melanie Jacobs, daughter of Jerry and Winnie Jacobs, was recognized for several scholar- ships, including $8,000 from Rockwell International; $1500 from the Robert C. Byrd Scholar- . ship; $500 from the Citizen Bee - Close-up Foundation; and $50 from the Daughters of the American Revolution as the "outstanding American history student." Jacobs will attend Duke University. She also won a silver medal for her Academic decath- lon essay and pl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 13 There are two statements that I have heard that concern me: "There is no Christian Sabbath today" and "It is wrong to call another person Father as a reli- gious title." Would you comment on these two statements? First Statement: There is no Christian Sabbath, and there never was. The sabbath day (seventh day) was set aside by God as a special fa for the people under the Old ®rament. The Mosaic Law con- tained the Ten Commandments of which one said "Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy." Exodus 20:8. The views expressed herein are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Sentinel. The Jews were required to do certain things on the sabbath. They were also restricted from doing certain things. The Christian age was ushered in by the proclaiming of the New Testament Law as recorded in Acts 2. If the sabbath was design- ed by God to continue into our law I suppose we could properly use the term "Christian sab- bath." God did not bring any of the O...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

Page 14 f IV v P Feature Section How to avoid heartburn in older age By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service That nagging heartburn stings again and you reach for the roll of brand-name tablets or a spoonful of the bottled elixir to quell the fire. If that heartburn scores its mark regularly, you, as the im- portant person involved in your health care, should take a good look at your lifestyle so as to cor- rect it. "Most heartburn is a natural re- action, a burning chest pain be- hind the breastbone, caused by the backwash of acidified stomach contents into the esophagus (the tube connecting the mouth to the stomach), and it affects more older adults than any other age group," states Harris R. Clear- field, M.D., a recognized specialist in gastroenterology. His presentation in New York City coincided with the release of a survey, "Heartburn Across America," by the Gallup organiza- tion. Clearfield is director of the gastroenterology division at Hah- nemann University School of Med...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

1 A. A lot of us have to remind ourselves of the pleasures our children can give us, and we to them. Thanks very much for your common sense letter Letters may be sent to Dr. Wil- lard Abraham, Our Children, P.O. Box 572, Soottsdale, AZ 85252. Your Horoscope Guide CARIES: (March 21 lo April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — Stay flexible and ready for unexpected changes ... travel is highlighted Gather information on home im- provement. remodeling and prop- erty investments. You're magnetic now and can really "shine" at an important social affair. TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 - Also Taurus Ascendant) — By col- lecting new facts and using your talents, you could obtain the addi- tional funding you need Make contacts, get out and about, ex- press yourself and popularity soars Check out an opportune real estate investment. GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 - Also Gemini Ascendant) — Your judgment and intuition are good and your appearance sparkles ... it's a good time to begin an im- portant project...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 1 June 1988

NEW BUILDERS' HOMES • "0" DOWN -100% FINANCING • $65,000 TO $100,000 PRICE RANGES • GARLAND - ROWLETT - SACHSE • BUYER PAYS CLOSING COST AND PRE-PAIDS « FORECLOSURES PRE-QUALIFYING • FREE CREDIT REPORT COUNTRY ESTATE - 15.6 acres. 1800 sq. ft. plus home. Gorgeous decor throughout. Large den with FP. Plant room. Barns. Pond. Trees. Tennis court. Land- scaping galore. 4.0 extra acres for use. Can lease additional 80 acres. Won't last long. 3-2-2-DR-Den-FP-5.6 acres. $199,900. SPLIT MASTER - Corner lot. Immaculate foreclosure. 2-story. Gas/electric. New carpet. Just painted. 1700 sq. ft. plus. Giant den. Master is down with 2 bedrooms up. Fireplace. Fenced. 3-2-2-dining room. $75,900 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 CUSTOM FORECLOSURES - Brand new customs priced to sell from $67,500 to $69,950. Never lived in. Complete with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

the Sentinel VOL XIII, NO. 23 PUBLISHED WEEKLY JUNE 8, 1988 Wylie High Baseball Team Advances to State Tournament jeSfe. " A ;• :•>. • '1. V m I Mark White's one- out single in the bottom of the ninth inning scored Jason Brown from second base to give Wylie a 5-4 victory over Linden-Kildare Saturday and win a trip to this week's state high school tournament in Austin. The regional game was originally scheduled for Chapel Hill (Tyler), but was switched to Mesquite's Tillery Field becase of heavy rain in East Texas. Wylie will play Sinton at 6 p.m., Thursday, at Nelson Field. If the Pirates win, they will play for the Class AAA state championship at 1:30 p.m., Friday at Disch-Falk Field (University of Texas baseball field). Coach bam ferry's Pirates were forced into extra innings by the Tigers, who grabbed a 4-3 lead in the top of the eighth inning on a home run by pitcher David Nunn, only to see Wylie tie it in the eighth and win the game in the ninth. Curtis Herrera's three run h...

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

Page 2 'On-' Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, texas 75098 (214) 530-116o 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. Rwlett. and Garland. x \^C£v - & Complimentary tote bags were some of the remembrances for the nurses staff at Lake Pointe Medical Center. Rowlett. during the recent celebration of Texas Nurses Week. Susan Rossing. Rockwall, presents a bag to Jerri Magill. Wylie. while Mike Hart. Seagoville. and Nancy Chris- tianson. Garland, await their turns. Events ranged from presentation of corsages and candy jars to a r...

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

Page 3 4 4 Sachse-ly Speaking Question: What is your pet peevey B.J. RECORD, MURPHY:"/'m ELAINE MARTINEZ, CARL PARKS, Sachse: "/ SHELIA SMITH, Wylie: '/ MAGARET SEELEY, peeved over the high Sachse: "Our water bills are think Luna should have more wish there were more job Nevada: "Lack of businesses, commercial rent aririiaru nf tnn hinh - teachers." opportunities." You have to drive and drive to commercial rent... and lack of too high." junk food places." find the things you need." IP FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE K In the Spring, A Young Man and Woman's Fancy Turns to Thoughts of: 'Home Improvement 'Vacations 'New (or used) Automobiles 'Boats and Recreational Vehicles . . . And Even Love! At First National Bank of Sachse, we have experts who will be happy to explain how a loan can bring about any one or all of those first four on the list. If you are interested in turning your fancies into realities, call or come in today and discover for yourself that: People & Service Make th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 8 June 1988

Page 4 recei presentation is Secretary matching shirts which identified them as Richey's Rowdies. A multitude of VIPs Dixon handled emceeing. There's a place for you AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Rofed at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Sachse Must Provide City Services to Proposed Annexed Property Announcing money-saving news for State Farm drivers 50 and over State Farm's new reduced car insurance rate is saving money for many State Farm Mutual policyholders 50 and over. Call me for details and see if you qualify. CURT HOWELL Agent 5634 Highway 78 Suite 110 Sachse, TX 75098 (214) 495-7944 The Garland Independent School District board voted recently to allow annexation of district-owned land at Pleasant Valley Road and Miles Road by the City of Sachse, site of the district's Agriculture Barn. The action could eventually resolve a reported long-term water dilemma at the GISD agriculture facility. "Sachse began a routine plan of annexatio...

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