The Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1988 Page: 6 of 16
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"WHEN YOU THINK
THINK OF OURS' V
MARTHA KING - BOB KING
DAY PHONE - 442-5837
Drawer D Wylie, Texas
"Meet the Candidates"
Night at Library
The Friends of the Sachse
Public Library will sponsor a
"Meet the Candidates" night at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at
Candidates Steve Tobler, Pat
Mclnnish, Marvin Faldon, and
Dee Shanklin have been invited.
Carol Wilson from Richardson
League of Women Voters will be
the moderator for the question
and answer period.
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Large 15 + feet
BOUGAINVILLEA ARE IN!
Per Flat of 18, Big 4" Pot|
BEGONIAS and Several More
NANDINA NANA 2 99
MANDEVILLE "Alice DuPont" HUGE GERANIUMS
• HANGING BASKETS • TRUPICALS
PERENNIAL CULOR PLANTS
ROSES • ROSES • ROSES
• Miniatures • Florabundas • Polyantha
Hybrid Teas • Grandaflora • Climbers
Plants With A Futui
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Chief Tom Fenley turned in the
following information about police
activity in Sachse from April 8-14:
April 8: An arrest was made in
the 5500 block of Brookview and
an accident took place in the
Miles/Pleasant Valley area. A per-
son was taken to the hospital by
Reports were filed about haras-
sing phone calls to a resident in
the 3100 block and the 4500
block of Bryan Circle, and on a
suspicious vehicle in the 6300
block of Hilltop Trail.
April 9: An arrest was made on
northeast bound Hwy. 78 and the
prisoner posted bond. A warning
was issued on a junk vehicle in
the 3200 block of Abbie and a
reckless driver was reported in
the Shepherds Glen area. Police
checked on an open door in the
5500 block of Spring Creek and
secured the residence.
April 10: An arrest was made in
the 3100 block of Fifth St. Police
recovered a stolen vehicle in the
2400 block of Third St. Sachse
police transferred a prisoner to
the Collin County sheriff's office.
Two vehicles were involved in a
minor accident at Sachse St. and
Tina. A trailer house was destroy-
ed in a structure fire in the 3500
The Oaks Cafe
Thursday - Friday - Saturday Nights
All You Can Eat
Try Our Mesquite Broiled
700 E. Hwy. 78
OFFICE; 530 7&/7
HOME; 530 1800
MONDAY FRIDAY 9 6
SATURDAY 9 2
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EDUARDO DE LA FUENTE, M.D., PA.
PAMllY MEDICAl & SURGICAL PJIACTIfTf
OBSTfcTRiC ft GYNECOLOGY
PO BOX 1039
WYLIE, TEXAS 75098
5634 W HWY 78
SACHSE, TtXAS /509B
block of Elm Grove.
Police arrested a person for
public intoxication in the 5300
block of Park Lake and another
arrest was made at Seventh and
Hwy. 78 on Dallas County sher-
April 11: Officers secured a
door in the 5000 block of Spring
Creek: checked on a gun distur-
bance in the Bryan St. area; a
firework disturbance at the ball
park on Williford; harassing
phone calls in the 1900 block of
Ponderosa; and a theft in the
6300 block of Murphy Rd. A
suspicious vehicle reported in the
2000 block of Vicksburg was
gone when officers arrived.
April 12: Police secured a door
in the 3800 block of Sixth.
April 14: Police checked on
suspicious circumstances re-
ported in the 3700 block of
Brookglen and a reckless driver
in the area of Hwy. 78 and
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BY MARIE JANKOVIAK
The Wylie High School base-
ball team is doing a super job this
season. As of Monday, they are
ranked second in district and
eighth in state.
Rehearsals are under way on
this year's musical, Grease.
Tickets will go on sale soon for
the shows May 19, 20 and 21
Twenty-five applicants will vie
for the $9,000 Birmingham Schol-
arships which will go to 11
seniors. Recipients will be reveal-
ed on May 17.
In the recent UIL competition,
the Mixed Choir and the Girls
Choir received the highest possi-
ble rating both on stage and in
sight reading. Both brought home
sweepstakes trophies. Director
Jennifer Christman was quite
Preparations for this year's
prom have also started. Juniors
are busy with decorations and lin-
ing up entertainment. Girls are
shopping for dresses and boys
are ordering their tuxes. The
prom will take place at the Hilton
in Piano on May 6.
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CHFEH'uEAQING dors SKILLS
SUPEH KIJS PRESCHOOL
TOTS IN MOTION ACTIVITY TIME
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(Castle & Lavon Dr.)
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Liner, Reba. The Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1988, newspaper, April 20, 1988; Sachse, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth347723/m1/6/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sachse Public Library.