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

Oie §entii\el VOL Xill, NO. 32 LARGEST CIRCULATION WEEKLY SERVING SACHSE - WYLIE - NORTH GARLAND AUGUST 10, 1988 I Old Water Tower in Wylie May Find a New Home eH < :>i If the Northeast water Sup- ply Corporation follows up on its inquiry about buying Wylie's old water tower, the city will improve its downtown image, and St. Paul and other communities will benefit from the much-needed 50,000-gal- lon overhead storage tank. City Council members Tuesday night okayed staff to sell the old tower through sealed bids. The company mentioned above is the only one which has indicated an interest in making a purchase. Mayor Chuck Trimble said it costs $15,000 to paint the tower and he thinks it's time to sell the antique. "When it is disassembled, the city will not accept any liability and there will be no out-of-pocket expense," tho mayor added. Council approved payment to Cumminqs and Pewitt Eng- neering for street reconstruc- tion in the amount of $39,635. The City will go ahead with...

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

■ ■■ NHHUNAS Page 2 tJie 5ei\tiqel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisnef - Don Swanson Editor • Reoa Line' Any e-r'oreo-js reflactioos -pon the stand 'g character ex 'esu- tat*on at any person, firm, or cor- poration which "a, appear si the ccrftimrts o< 7he wi • glad- ly be corrected ' bt>ugn to the arteriton of *ne ec ar S-gr-ec a.r- betes -e*en excess the v ews y the authors wtuch afe not necess-a- y those of the editors Deadlines tor the next issue of Tht Sentinel: News • Thursday Ads ■ Friday The Sentinel is distributed free weekly to all homes in Sachse and Wyiie. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wyiie, Rowlett, and Garland. Brian Gillis Recovering From Revolutionary Surgery School Bells About Ready To Ring for Wyiie Students Since 1928 serving more families, filling more needs Our new customers usual- ly come to us for just one kind of insurance, say, auto. They like our personal con- cern - our fast, fair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 3 Speaking Out! This week, we asked several youngsters to complete the following old sayings. Here are their replies: 1 . mm * A bird in "dangerous.' BLAKE. the hand is . What's good for the goose C AND ICE is... "eggs." - JON A THAN SNIPES. Don't count your chickens .. . "until you feed them" -- CHRISTY MAXFIELD. Don't put all your eggs . . . "in a bowl." - STOREY SNIP- ES You can lead a horse to water. . . "but you can't take him away." ■■ JIM WOLL- SCHEID. •3 c FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSH First National Bank of Sachse, where "People and •ffj1 Service Make the Difference," now brings you "Money mWmU ™ and Mail." ; WT\ Thanks to the efforts of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce and its * T Postal Committee made up of Rosanne I Burgess, John Cooper, Lloyd Henderson, Mark Reynolds, and Joyce Yandry, First National Bank is able to offer temporary postal office l service, including stamp sales, domestic priority and parcel post, certified, registered, insured and C.O.D. services, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

- •* f.T mav « Page 4 Police Reports Wylie Chief Royce Abbott report- ed the following activity in Wylie between Aug. 1 and Aug. 7: Aug. 1: Medical emergency, 300 Ballard St. Garage fire, W. Brown St., referred to Fire Department. Person lying on County Road 245 was identified. Family disturbance at Cottonbelt and Fleming was settled. Harassment, 500 block of E. Gaston. Animal Control handled a vicious dog call in 200 block of Sue Ellen. Prowler, Skyview Drive was referred to county. Aug. 2: Criminal mischief and arrest at high school. Hit and run in Piano area under investigation; person in custo- dy in Wylie. Grass fire in Lucas was extinguished. Har- assing phone calls, Glen Knoll Mobile Home Park. Grass fire extinguished at Trinity Park. Reckless driver, 200 block of Cottonbelt. Domestic disturbance, 600 block of S. Ballard. Reckless driver, 500 block of N. Winding Oak. Aug. 3: Stolen vehicle, 400 block of Valentine. Fire call, 300 block of Hilltop. Theft, Oaks Center. Overturne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 5 Wylie Starts Second Reading Program p a backpack Children's Librarian Beth Brewster in Mickey Mouse costume hands out awards to Wyjie youngsters upon completion of the first session of the Summer Reading Program. Front, Harley Drain, top winner with his reading record of 64 books, and Michael Donovan. Others, left to right, are Pamela Donovan, Lauren Yeager, Kirsten Griffiths, Brandon and Megan Dominguez. Center, the Dominguezes with their back-pack prizes. Right, Librarian Kay Daniel and Beth with Pamela and Michael. % W Billy Close and sister, Amy, dressed up for the parade which preceded the awards party last week. Beth Brewster led the participants. — * —'MBMBMI § ipr rural mmrfm fa?' ■v%. mm £i Suzanne Yeager with Lauren and Ryan. Center, Jeremy Hallford and Lyric Tinsfey. Right, B.J., Kristy and Justin Efird • m. m, > u >• w k, h- mm I i i w. >. m i mm * si <*«m ui 1 Ik ALA*-.-3 L Wylie Library's Patricia Kralisz with, left to right. Adrienne Fassett (front)...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 6 Awards for Sachse Library Kids ^4 Summer Reading Club kindergarten member Heather Jones accepts top award from Sachse Librarian Karen Williams for completing 300 books in the Read-to-Me part of the program -- so hats off to Heather's mother, too .. . Center, Ryan Dunn took second among fifth graders for reading 51 books . . . Right, Jarred Dunn got second among fourth graders for 103 books. m Wp pHMfl k Mjft S4u!m Karen Williams is assisted at awards program by Tre Zieman, left, and Harry Weekley . . . Center, Jill Kowalski took second place in the kindergarten division with 143 books . . . Right, Dusty Copening read 103; Vikki Kowalski, 107; and Kellie Smith, 124. All are first graders. Kellie Wayman, third grader, 21 books, accepts prize . . . Center, Jeffrey Hodges, kindergarten, 12 books, gets award . . . Right, Matt Win dell, eighth grader, who read 27 books, gets a prize. All youngsters who read over 10 books were invited to the annual awards day presentation at the Ass...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 7 Sachse's Summer Readers Pick Up Prizes, Certificates Besides bestowing the best gift of all •• the delight of a good book -- the Sachse Pub- lic Library handed out certificates and prizes to its summer readers last week. Some 120 children signed up for the program. Pre- schoolers arid kindergarten pupils were members of iRead-to-Me; the others be- long to the Texas Reading Club. Awards went to youngsters who completed more than 10 books. Some were out of town and will receive their certificates later. Kindergarten student Heath- er Jones received a dinosaur toy for completing (or listen- ing) to 300 books, and fourth grader John Wollscheid won a top prize for reading 200 } SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY [Consultants since 1978. [Need help? Been denied? lNo fees until successful. [Call for appointment today. (214) 530-7596 ♦ V. books. Matt Windell, eighth grade, read 27; Tae Lee, seventh, 93; Jim Wollscheid, sixth, 112. In fifth grade, Lynette Windell read 138; Ryan Dunn, 51; and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

I T Page 8 Questions: How important is it to study the Bible? What is one thing that will cause me to continue to study the Bible? I study for awhile and then quit for lengthy periods and find it difficult to resume. One of the most important things we can do in this life is to read and study God's word. The prophet Hosea revealed in Hosea 4:6: "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejecter knowledge, I will also reject t.lee." Jesus said in John 5:39: "Search the scrip- ture." In Acts 17:11: "These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they re- ceived the word with all readi- ness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so." Study of the word is not optional with God. He com- mands study. Notice 2 Timothy 2:15: "Study to shew theyself approved unto God, Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." Ignorance of the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Assembly of God VBS Highlights Page 9 k Rhonda Pittman and the Rev. Rick DuBose, minister of Sachse Assembly of God Church, which is holding Vacation Bible School this week. Puppeteers' Tricia Pannell, left, and Annie Thomas, right, with Spunky the Eaglet and Victor the Dog and worship leader Sharon Hill. Shelia Luedke, Rhonda Pittman and Laurie Turnip seed, left to right, prepare the morning's refreshments. m ■b ■ L< ,dL Preschoolers, left to right, are Josiah White, John Brown, Ryan DuBose, Shay I a Pittman, James Baxter, Katie Gooch, Alexandra Luedke, and Michael Turnipseed. Kindergarten members are, left to right, Christopher Fuller, Aaron Long, Ryan Pittman, Shelagh Baxter, Ruth Franklin, and Melisa Brown. Primary members around the table are Joanna Roland, foreground, Renee DuBose Donna Baker, Vicki Baxter, Steffani Taylor, Gregory Fuller, and Chase Hill. I S Middlers, left to right, are Natera Cheryl Fuller, Leslie Spinks, Jennifer Brown (leading a cheer), Kelly Dean, and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 10 SPORTS Wylie's Pirates Expected To be in 10-AAA Dogfight The District 10-AAA football race may turn out to be a four-team dogfight this year, with Wylie's Pirates in the thick of things. "The key to our success is injuries," said Coach Sam Terry. "We need to avoid the Cowboys syndrome (referring to the number of injuries already suffered by the Dallas pro team). Barring injuries, and with the anticipated dev- elopment of some of our younger players, we should be a pretty good football team after two or three games." And, as in past years, Wylie will be picking on some Class AAAA schools in pre-district play (Cedar Hill, Lancaster, Kaufman, and Southlake Car- roll), along with a tough private school (Bishop Dunne) prior to entering district play. The three teams expected to battle it out with Wylie for the 10-AAA title are Bonham, Commerce and Quinlan. Bonham, which has reached the playoffs in recent years almost as many times as Wylie, always fields a strong team, headed by ...

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

Page 11 I I 1 Sachse Council Agenda Announced When the City Council of Sachse meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall, members will discuss the following: "Ordinance regulating trans- portation, accumulation, gen- eration, and disposal of liquid waste. 'Request for a special use permit for an off-site sign for ^Slontessori School, 5005 Ben ^iavis Road. 'Request of Robert Payton to keep swine on Pleasant Valley Road. SACHSE CALENDAR <rr WlWm BIRTHS Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Fire Station. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, First United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts, 7 p.m. Monday, Sachse Christian Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Fire Auxiliary, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Tearoom, Das Handwerk Haus. Go-Getters, 10 am. Wednesday, Sachse Christian Church. Lunch at Tearoom, Das Handwerk Haus. Homemaker Club The Wylie Extension Homemaker Club, headed by Janet Gary, Sachse, meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday from September to May. The group meets at the Wylie Middle Schoo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

—:rr~ Page 12 Feature Section His late' wife and daughter irk him By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I suppose my problem is a minor one, but it bothers me just the same. My wife and daughter are de- lightful people in every way ex- cept one. They are late for every- thing, and even take pride in get- ting on planes, arriving at the theater, and meeting me at the last second (or even much later on appointments with me). Ill admit that they have never missed a plane or the start of a movie or play (arriving breath- lessly), but I'm always there wait- ing. When we plan to meet, I sometimes go on ahead because the last-minute tension bothers me. So what can I do about all this? A. A long time ago I decided that people fall into two groups (with some exceptions, of course). They strongly like or dislike liver, licorice, anchovies — or being late or nearly late. Because habits are so difficult to change, most of us try to relax, recognizing that fighting them may lead to cQ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 13 At the time of the iederal dere- gulation in 1982 there were ap- proximately 4,000 tour operators in the United States and by 1984, Plainly for Seniors more than 1,000 of them had failed. The National Tour Associa- tion member guarantee program assures the professional level of performance and financial ability of their member operators. The image of the tour being "pile everyone onto a bus" is passe today according to Garland. "Today, tour travel involves many types of travel: air, cruise ships, limousines and motor- coaches — we don't call them buses any longer. The destinations and inclusions can be as wide and colorful as the horizon. "In selecting a tour you can comparison-shop in advance, know exactly what you are buy- ing, what is included, what is not included, where you will stay and how much free or option time you will have for yourself. "In this way you are able to pre- pay for most of your travel ex- penses — reducing the amount of cash and traveler's checks you...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

mt&i Page 14 A word of warning for sunlamp worshipers Vanity has its price and it's not cheap. The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that there were 1,781 emergency visits na- tionwide last year for injuries re- lated to tanning booths. Ohio is the only state that regulates the tann- ing industry although several other states are considering legis- lation. Most sunlamp worshipers as- sume they are protected because the type of radiation produced in most tanning machines is largely UVA (alpha) light instead of UVB (beta) light, which quickly reddens fair skin. Although alpha rays do not ap- pear to burn, the Congress of Cali- fornia Dermatological Societies warns that these rays are even more dangerous because of the By Bobbi Ignelzi Copley News Service damage they cause to underlying tissue. FIZZ QUIZ Seltzer is seltzer, right? Wrong. If the fizzy drink contains any sweeteners, it officially becomes a "soda," according to a recent Fed- eral Drug Administration ruling....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

Page 15 Your horoscope Guide ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — Present your ideas to a superior in writing and career promotion is a possi- bility. You are very persuasive now and can make gains in ro- mance, finances or with friends. Secrets could be revealed and a romantic tete-a-tete is favored. i* r TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 - ,lso Taurus Ascendant) — The ac- cent is on education and communi- cations - a trip could prove very beneficial. A career opportunity requires that you accept responsi- bility and meet deadlines. Take the lead in a charitable or politi- cal community project. GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 — Also Gemini Ascendant) — You can resolve a crisis now and your money picture looks brighter than you thought. Dynamically express your views, travel and seek a wider audience. Make new begin- nings in career matters — partici- pate in public campaigns. CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 - Also Cancer Ascendant) — Soft- pedal your competitive spirit — be coo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 10 August 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing-Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. SPECIALSIII Nice 2-1-4-plex, WBFP, washer and dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. WILL BABYSIT all ages in your home day or night. Ex- perienced. 495-2746. CHILD CARE in my home. 6 years experience. References. Fenced yard. Activities. In Sachse off Hwy. 78. Easy ac- cess for Wylie, Rowlett and Garland. Lisa, 530-3765. A CHILD NEEDS lots of love and care. This is what I have to offer. References. $35 special. 530-7878. PRESS OPERATOR for air-conditioned printing plant in Rowlett. Experienced or will train. Learn good trade. MUST have stable work record. Good benefits. 475-0785. BOSTON TERRIER puppies for sale. $200. Shots and pap- ers. 495-3176 or 442-5414. NEED A GOOD ELECTRICIAN? Lights, plugs, ceiling fans, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 August 1988

9l.e Sentinel T VOL. XIII, NO. 33 LARGEST CIRCULATION WEEKLY SERVING SACHSE - WYLIE - NORTH GARLAND AUGUST 17, 1988 >•* ib fpPPP - • *.• 4 t *11 U- 1 ■'• .■ • « «WSiSS *S ' i isSff^ $ 4&f, '■.,.'> .-.,• ** :. IPP '■•••-•.,••• pp^gs iiliSiWiSPiWw ilSSpl \ - s,. « p- J* ' „ . Duana Yates Seeks Recruits For Sachse Fallfest No. 3 Lake Lavon attracts over three million visitors a vear and offers 16 well-maintained parks for public enjoyment. Everything from sailboats (top picture) to speedboats (bottom picture) dot its- picturesque waters. (See story and additional pictures on page 8). The Fallfest Association is looking for more than a few good men and women to help make the third annual Sachse Fallfest Country Fair on Sept. 24 even more successful than the last two. "This will be our biggest and best Fajlfest, and we want more people than ever to be involved," said Duana Yates, president of Fallfest Associa- tion, Inc., sponsor of the event. "We want people to rent space to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 August 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. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday The Sentinel is distributed free weekly to all homes in Sachse and Wylie. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Important Dates In Wylie next week, new teacher orientation will be held Aug. 23. Teacher in-service is sched- uled Aug. 24-31. School starts Seot. 1. Wylie Citizens to Vote on School Tax Increase on Aug. 29 Wylie citizens will vote on a school tax rate, which may jump to $1.08, at a meeting a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 August 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: Who is your all-time favorite entertainer? I CANDI WHITE, Wylie: ley Moore." "Dud- EVELYN DOWDY, "Dolly Parton." Wylie• BRENDA SMITH, Sachse: DEBBIE COPENING, Sachse: JEAN WHITE, ' "Burt Reynolds." "Audrey Hepburn." "Wayne Newton. WYLIE: * FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE school ' \ gr* ® bus G W a EE I -—-r^rr '"W !' ' u iz 11 Iffl i ml Days Ahead! Check your calendar, moms and dads. Sept. 1 is almost here. Just think -- no more cartoon videos, damp swim suits on the floor, empty cereal boxes, summer visitors. It's time to go on back-to-school shopping sprees . . . and to juggle calendars for PTA meetings, Scouts, dance, tumbling and piano lessons . . . and car pools. First National Bank of Sachse can help you organize your financial routine. First, a checking account is a must for budget and tax records. A savings account helps build that college fund or a special event in your fuiure. A safe deposit box provides a safe and convenient place for you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 17 August 1988

Page 4 % Duana Yates, left, and Peggy Strong go over plans at Salmon Park for Fallfest, to be held Sept. 24 in Sachse. Fallfest (Cont. from oaqe 1) German heritage and means "the beautiful children." Registration will take place all day, with the pageant starting at 5 p.m. "The Sachse die Shoner Kinder Contest is going to be even more fun this year," said Kay Snipes, project coordin- ator for Citizens For A Progressive Sachse, sponsor of the pageant. Special Events Planned at GCT Garland Civic Theatre has two special events this month. Children on Stage, the children's branch of the theater, will host a spaghetti supper and an evening of en- tertainment at the Lions Clubhouse on N. Fifth St. from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 19. Tickets are $5 per person; $3 for children eight and under. Desserts cost an extra 50 cents. The public can RSVP by calling 349-1331. A drawing for a family seas- on pass will be held at 7 p.m. Costumes will be available for photos. Proceeds will go for production ...

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