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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 5 A Owl Tracks OA ■o a s cl O Police Report Channel 8's Dale Hansen, Wylie Students Share Spotlight By RONDA ELTON Garland High's varsity foot- ball team won its first game Friday night, 20-6 over Kim- ball. They had suffered a crushing defeat by W.T. White the week before. Varsity cheerleader Sheri Thomason, Sachse, was en- thusiastically cheering them on. The Debs and the Mighty Owl Band put on a wonderful show. Playing in the drum line are Sachse's Billy Eubanks and Stan Carter. The team goes to McKinney this Friday. Cheering for the junior varsity football team are two from Sachse, sophomores Raynee Spicer and Christi Westmoreland. The junior varsity suffered a defeat last week against Kimball. Both of the girls' volleyball teams won their opening week's district games against North Mesquite and Lakeview. Senior Karen Ramirez and junior Renee Shaw, Sachse, play on the varsity team. This week the Lady Owls will meet with South Garland and North Garland teams. The junior vars...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Pago 6 SPORTS Wylie JV Defense Continues To Shine; Offense Sluggish One encouraging sign for Wylie's Pirates: the junior varsity defense continues to turn in outstanding perform- ances. A discouraging point: the JV offense still sputters. Such was the case last Thursday night at Pirate Stadium, as the Pirates drop- ped a hard-fought 7-6 decis- ion to Class AAAA Kaufman's junior varsity. The story might have been a little different if Paul Wilson had been around, but the 135- pound scatback was elevated to the varsity earlier in the week because of injuries to two varsity running backs and his outstanding play of the week before. Kaufman was held to 107 yards total offense, thanks to a stubborn defense led by Bryan Beezley, Frankie Del- gado and Co. In the mean- time, the Pirates were grind- ing out 118 yards- - ail on the ground, but they suffered two lost fumbles and three inter- ceptions. Ray Haley got the Pirates off to a quick 6-0 lead, return- ing an interception 12 yards to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 7 Naaman Forest Defeated by Poteet Poteet High School fresh- man quarterback Richard Baguio's teachers have a hard time pronouncing his name. Naaman Forest defenders have just as difficult a time containing him on the football field. Baguio was here, there, ev- erywhere Thursday in leading Poteet to a 33-0 victory over the ninth grade Rangers. Baguio saw to it personally that Naaman Forest was put away by halftime. He scored on runs of 24 and 54 yards, ran for a two-point convers- ion and pitched out for anoth- er score. Dannie Jones galloped 40 yards with an interception to run the score to 26-0 shortly before the half. Coach Cliff Odenwald and his staff regrouped the first- year Rangers during intermis- sion and they responded with a good defensive performance the rest of the way, although Charles Flanery broke loose for a 59-yard touchdown run in the third period. That was the only score of the second half as Naaman Forest held Poteet at bay the rest of the way, but the Ran-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 8 Wylie Highlights *r |P€ v By SHELLEY BIDWELL Wylie High School's excite- ment continued last week with a win over Kaufman Friday night and the premier appear- ance of a squad of six guys calling themselves "yell lead- ers." They kept the crowd involv- ed with the use of megaphon- es and choreographed cheers. They are seniors Jason Wylie, John Fitzpatrick, Randy Barber, and Scotty Franks, and sophomores Brian Gary and Ray HaJey. The WHS cheerleaders or- ganized the male squad to stimulate crowd participation. The Pirates are preparing for another win on the 23rd over Southlake Carroll. The Pirates lost to the Dragons in last year's football playoffs. Homecoming will add to the excitement of Friday night's game. Homecoming Queen nomi- nees are seniors Crystal Cloud, ShyAnn Cook, Heather Fambro, and Angie Verkaik. Homecoming Princesses will be chosen from the following: ninth grade - Mindy Herrera, Valerie Ridgely; 10th grade - Jessica Lawrence, Kenna Ard; llth grade - Meaggan D...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 9 Italian Restaurant To Open in Sachse A Taste of Italy is coming to Sachse soon. Owner Paolo Siciliano, in the Italian restaurant business in the area for about eight years, says he hopes to be open on Hwy. 78 by Oct. 1. The location is the former Louie's Restaurant. The Sicilianos' daughter, Carmela, will manage the business. The family owns restaurants in Piano, Garland and Richardson also. Paolo says that his products are non-cholesterol. "We use no animal fats -- only olive oil and vegetable oil. The meat sauce is a family recipe. Also, we use nothing but purified water." Baby and Youth Pageant On October Agenda Pageant enthusiasts may want to mark their calendars for Oct. 8 for the preliminar- ies of Miss American Star, a division of American Star Teaches Responsibility and Service. Place is the Quality Inn, LBJ at Saturn. Registration starts at 9 am. A non-profit service organiz- ation aimed at teaching val- ues and benefits of commun ity service to youngsters up to age ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 10 Sachse Christian Church Observes Founder's Bicentennial Sachse Christian Church observed the 200th birthday of one of its founding fathers, Alexander Campbell, on Sept. 11. The morning worship serv- ice was modeled after one designed by Campbell and ex- plained in his book, The Christian System. After the service, the con- gregation dined in the fellow- ship hall on a meal prepared with pioneer recipes. Some members brought food using family recipes that had been ■'ided down for generations such as sourdough bread, t,,ja gumbo, johnnycake, beef pie, chicken with dumplings, and chess pie. Campbell was born in Scot- land on Sept. 12, 1788, and came to the United States in 1809 after completing studies at the University of Glasgow. He became involved in what was to be known as the Res- toration Movement in Ameri- can church life. Among the Fire destroyed the original Shiloh Baptist Church building in Wylie on Sept. 4. Fire Marshal Roy 'nmgs he stood for were the Faires said the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Questions: B. T., Garland, asks: "Does the Church of Christ hold conventions or elect officers? Or does one central body establish laws by which the churches are gov- erned? If not, how can all the churches teach the same doctrine? And where are the headquarters?" The Church of Christ does not hold conventions nor elect officers or governing bodies as many denominational '^lurches do. yw I Under New Testament Law we find that Jesus build his church, Matthew 16:13-19; Acts 2. Each of our local churches is autonomous, which means each congregation or local church is ruled by God's word, and the officers of each local church have no author- ity over any other local church. God's word teaches that each local church is to be governed by elders who must meet strict qualifications, I Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-11. We find the Apostle Paul or- Pastor Urges Return To "Keeping the Sabbath" By MARK T. MOORE Minister First Methodist Church Sachse There is no Sabbath day in three reasons Americ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 12 Letters To tNe EdiTOR Lake Pointe Hospital Volunteers Record 884 Hours of Service Dear Editor: I strongly disagree with Steve Tobler's letter to the editor in The Sentinel Aug. 31 concerning the city ordinance about metal buildings. I understand we must have ordinances which outline re- quirements for new buildings in our city. Any municipality has to have laws and ordin- ances to deal with such things or chaos would result. How- ever, laws are made for the benefit of people -- not the other way around. In this case, city leadership could have made a decision to benefit the hard-working, two-income dependent fami- lies in Sachse by allowing a metal building to be con- structed. It is not visible from the highway and would not detract from the appearance of our city. ^As it is, there will be less money available for other Sachse businesses such as Mr. Tobler's because we'll be spending more for day care. It is time for city leadership to take a stand for hard-work- ing, middl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 13 . ,;v -X: • :-U'*a2',v W • i &< 42 . * 9 ;r:¥?■>■'• - r'-'v>4< Come Celebrate! One Day Only Saturday September 24th 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The founding of Chiropractic was in September 1895 and is today the world's largest drugless healing art. In celebration Tanelia Back Pain Center 201 Calloway - Wylie is offering the opportunity for a. .. Complete Spinal Examination and X-Rays (Includes up to 60 tests and any necessary x-rays; normally $150"" to $200"' fee) $5 $10 per person per family * All proceeds will be donated to Spinal and Scoliosis research. If You Have: ® Neck Pain • Back Pain ® Headaches ® Shoulder Pain ® Scoliosis ® Arm or Leg Pain And would like to feel better, take advantage of this opportunity. CALL TANELLA BACK PAIN CENTER— 442-PAIN Appointment Is Necessary * I k . K n 1 1 u ■ ■

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 14 What was to have been a picnic turned into a covered dish supper Sunday at First Methodist Church for Fallfest planners and exhibitors. Wet grounds at Salmon Park forced a change in eating site -• but everyone had plenty to eat! I / /« (~Dois cmdwekk ^aus, $nc. Tues., Wed./j Fri 9:30-6 Saturday 10-5 1 NEW EXTENDED HOURS Mondays & Thursdays 9:30-8:30 —For Your Convenience— WE HAVE LAYAWAY & GIFT CERTIFICATES FUN & SPORTY WE ARE THE FUN NEW PLACE TO SHOP Rompers Painted Tennis Shoes with Socks Painted Tee Dresses COUNTRY Jumpers & Dresses Denim & Painted Flour Sack Jumpers XJT* y Collars • Bolts • Earrings 's Kas Quilt Originals WE OFFER A COMPLETE LINE OF MATCHING ACCESSORIES TO FINISH OFF YOUR OUTFIT Tea Room Luncheon 11 -3 -MENU- SOUP & SANDWICH SALAD PLATE BAKED POTATO w/ GREEN $3 .95 $3.75 ;alad OR SOUP DESSERTS DRINKS— S 2.6 f> $1.75 2C.5.5I 55G0 Hwy. 78, Gateway Plaza Sachse, Texas RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED mmmmmmwunrnM Location s. * ... ■ w,.. Me...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 15 Cruise-Conscious Dow Family Schedules December Trip Marilyn Dow and her hus- band, Ron, Wylie, were so thrilled over their August cruise on the Carnival Lines out of Miami that they have scheduled another cruise in December. The Dows, accompanied by their daughter, Amy, and her friend, Angie Carter, Wylie, spent Aug. 21-28 aboard the Jubilee, fourth largest cruise ship in the world. The boat accommodates 1900 passen- gers and 670 crew members. Marilyn, who admits to re- turning home some 10 pounds heavier because of all the ex- cellent cuisine, said her day started with 6:30 a.m. break- fast. There is a choice of seated meals at 8, noon and 6 or buffets throughout the day, the last one being at 1:30 am. Marilyn, a parttime member of the Sachse Police Depart- ment, said she feasted on squid, escargot, lobster, roast duck, and caviar, to name a few of the delicacies. The midnight buffet takes 160 hours to build and featur- es five ice sculptures. To help burn off calories, Mar...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 16 Food Service Menus • *sniPiEia rr n Wylie Independent School District MONDAY Ravioli Casserole Green Beans w/ Bacon Whole Kernel Corn Bread Sticks Chocolate Chip Cook 26 TUESDAY Pizza Tossed Sal.ui Chilled Peachc-; Blond Brownies 27 WEDNESDAY i rilled Cheese Sandwich Vegetable-Beef Soup French Fries W;ickv Cake 28 'AKJixvur THURSDAY FRIDAY Fried Fisli Coleslaw Macaro.ni and Chocs* Cornbread Crisp Red Apple 2') Taco Btirci Baked Bean Onion Kin," Fruit 1 <ike ■o; J Garland Independent School District Monday TUesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 26 27 28 29 30 Beel on Bun Corny Dog/Mustard * } Fajita Tortilla * $ Pizza * Fish/Tarter Saute • Chicken Salad • 1 Tuna on a Bun * Ham Patlie/Cheese Stick Manager's Choice * Chili/Beans Baked Beans ♦ Buttered New Potatoes + Reined Beans ^ Escalloped Potatoes + French Fries * Seasoned Broccoli t English Peas + Turnips/Greens + Spinach t Blackeyed Peas t Yellow Squash + Whole Kernel Corn t Seasoned Carrots + Applesauce ♦ Broccoli ♦ Pinto B...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 17 MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. POOL SERVICE Year Round Pool 4 Spa3 offers pool cleaning. Complete service including repairs and a full line of chemionls. 442-6729. NEED A GOOD ELECTRIC- IAN? Lights, plugs, ceiling fans, etc. Work guaranteed. Call John, 475-7999. YOUNG INDIVIDUAL needed to mow lawn in Sachse. 495-7487. INTERESTED in substantial secondary income? 495-0978. NEED A GOOD PLUMBER? Any repair problem. Honest. Licensed. Very reasonable. Anytime. 442-4940. GED OR COLLEGE student, retired or pregnant? Child care operator needs second person to supervise only. Pos- sible transportation. $30 weekly. 530-4885. MOVING SALE: King size bed w/dresser. Teenager dresser w/night stand, imirror and lamp. Bunk bed, crib, coffee table, bookcase w/TV stand. Two sofas and much more. 495-6101. CHILD CARE: A home away from home. Plenty of fun/edu- cational toys. Hot lunches - snacks. For someone who cares. 530-2580. r CARI...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 18 Feature Section Love-hate feelings By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Is it possible to love one's children without really liking them? That seems to be my situa- tion, and it worries me. We have three of them, and each has one or more obnoxious characteristics that I can't stand. They include terriMe table man- ners, lack of cleanliness, big- mouth, smart-alecky comebacks, and others almost too numerous to mention. Two are teen-agers, one nearly into that age group. In spite of all that, I feel that I do love them, and cringe at the occasional thought that an acci- dent or sickness could hit them. I can't actually define my feelings, but I think they must be close to love. A. Join the crowd. Most parents at one time or another participate in such love-hate attitudes toward their children. I tend toward thinking they are within the "nor- mal" range. That doesn't mean we should ig- nore all their negative behavior. The model we provide, the oppor- tunities for c...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

Page 19 Your horoscope Guide ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — Accept the challenge to deal with family issues in a straightforward man- ner A romance could become stronger and children or young people require attention. Superi- ors are watching — use your tal- ents and finish a project success- fully. TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 - •o Taurus Ascendant) — Read fine print in a long-term agreement, ask questions and be analytical. Make a domestic ad- justment for greater harmony at home — keep promises. You are charming and charismatic now and romance is high on your agen- da GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 - Also Gemini Ascendant) — Inves- tigate and get the true details in- volving investments and financial obligations. Short journeys involv- ing close relatives could be neces- sary now Something you believed lost could be found and you can complete a project CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 - Also Cancer Ascendant) — You are in the limelight now so watch your grooming and...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 September 1988

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Qie Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 39 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE SEPTEMBER 28, 1988 \s * Wylie City Council Okays Tax Rate, Budgets The Wylie City Council Tuesday approved a 1988 tax rate of 51.25 cents per $100 valuation -- an increase of 1.25 cents from the present rate. The Council held a public hearing on the budgets for the general fund, water/sewer, impact, lift station and sanitation funds and only three citizens spoke. Although concerned, they were understanding and com- plimentary regarding the Council's efforts. Members took care of a little "housekeeping" by re- zoning the location of Sanden on FM 544 and Hwy. 78 into industrial. Then they looked into a rezoning request from retail to business for the future location of an oil change business on Hwy. 78 at Calloway. The company will have to go to the Board of Adjustment for set-back re- quirements. The Council approved the preliminary plat for Smith Estates in the extra-territorial jurisdiction of Wylie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 2 <?ie Sej|tij|,el 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 *iM0 Channel 8 newscaster Dale Hansen and Wylie High School's Shelley Bidwell compare sweaters -- AHMO and academic. Hansen spoke at the Lions Club academic sweater presenta- tion to top students Wednesday. When Ihe heat's on... We're up to the task! 800-541-2662 Farmers Electric Coop Dale Hansen Urges Students To Make Most of High School Channel 8 Newscaster Dale Hansen's ratings shot sky high Wednesday morning when he a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: "How did you earn your first dollar?" Page 3 * PATRICIA MALLORY, house- wife, Sachse: ED STUART, First National GINA SMITH, Luna Elemen- Bank of Sachse: tary secretary, Garland: " Picking cotton - and I did a " Cleaning people's houses 'I worked in the coffee shop lot of it.' when I was a teen.' at Methodist Hospital where my mother was a nurse in the emergency room." ROSEMARY JOYCE, Sachse, DOUG KENDRICK, Garland Best Li'l Hair House, Murphy: Power & Light, Sachse: "Cutting little old ladies' hair "Mowing yards in Garland." when I was 12 and living in Florida.' FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE 'v^r m • Meet Tammy Montgomery Newest addition to our team is Tammy Montgomery, daughter of Sachse couple Bee and Marlin Downey, graduate of Texas Tech, wife of Steve, independent Borden distributor in Terrell, and mother to five-month-old daughter, Maci. The Montgomerys, who recently built a house in Nevada, are active at First Baptist Church of Sachse wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 4 Question: "We hear a lot about obedience and disobed- ience. How do we disobey God? •- E.D,, Wylie. Many people obey God be- cause they know God's word; their faith and love produce obedience in their lives. The opposite is also true with many today. They do not know God's word and they do not understand that they are disobeying God by their actions. They disobey God by doing that which is forbidden by God. Examples: Adam and Eve ate of the forbidden fruit- Genesis Ch. 3. No one was to touch the Ark of the Coven- ant, yet Uzzah touched the Ark and died as a result. Remember the first, second, third and sixth command- ! >/ I CHURCH of CHRIST 5206 Ben Davis Rd. Sachse, TX 442-3673 Day 442-5957 Night Willis Dykes, Minister Schedule Sunday Wednesday - 9 a.m. Bible Classes 10 a.m. Worship 6 p.m. Worship 7:30 p.m. Bible Classes & Worship FREE Bible Correspondence Courses FREE Home Bible Studies If The Dallas Pastoral Care and Education Center • • • • • • • • • • t • • • • • ...

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