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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 5 > Sharron Willis, community sales representative for Centen- nial Homes, center, prepares to cut the ribbon signifying the opening of a new addition to Wyndham Estates in Wylie. Wyndham Homes in Wylie Announces New Development Centennial Homes announc- ed Friday that 100 more lots will be opened in Wylie's Wyndham Estates for con- struction of homes in the mid- $70's to mid-$80's price range. Announcement came at formal ribbon-cutting cere- monies at the company's Wyndham Estates field office, 505 Kreymer Lane. Wyndham Estates opened in 1985 and only eight homes reman unpurchased in the original construction area. These homes, as well as the ones to be built in the near future, offer homeowners a wide variety of exteriors with many distinctive brick detail styles from which to choose. Sharron Willis, community sales representative, said, k V APPLE Hi? NURSERY P 2 FOR 1 W: TO ALL SHRUBS, ALL TREES ) H POTTING SOIL V, COW MANURE TOP SOIL COMPOSTED PEAT PEAT MOSS BALES "Cente...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Pago 6 SPORTS State's Fourth-Ranked Team Given Scare by Wylie Wylie JV Plays Role Of Opportunist, but Loses Wylie played the role of opportunist Thursday night in its junior varsity football game with Southlake Carroll. The Pirates caught the Dra- gons napping on the first play from scrimmage, and Owen Justice galloped 63 yards for a touchdown. That was the Pirates' lone score of the night, as Carroll marched up and down the field--only to be stymied time and time again by an aggressive Wylie defense that gobbled up four fumbles. In between, though, it was a matter of Wylie's defense repeatedly rising up to stop Dragon drives. With the exception of Justice's touch- down run, the Wylie offense failed to show up, garnering 109 yards passing and run- ning. However, they didn't nave any turnovers and just three penalties for 15 yards. Andy Sisk tied the score with 6:04 remaining in the second quarter on a 13-yard quick-opener up the middle. The score was set up by a 14-yard pass from Br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page Naaman Forest Ninth Graders Post First Football Victory Naaman Forest's ninth grade football recorded the first victory in the school's history Saturday, turning back Garland High's freshman B- team, 19-6. The Rangers will be trying to make it two in a row Thursday against South Garland's first- year team at Homer B. John- son Stadium. Running back Roger Hayes moved into the spotlight early against Garland High, capping a 45-yard drive with a 25- yard touchdown run. Late in the first quarter it was Hayes again -- this time from 20 yards out, running the score to 13-0. Hayes tallied again in the third period on a 15-yard carry, but that TD was an- swered by the Owls. The two teams battled to a stalemate in the final stanza. Playing key roles in the win, in addition to Hayes, were Marcus Hicks, Jay King, Paul Brown, and Chad Keuser. RANGER NOTES: The Naaman Forest eighth grade saw its season record evened at 1-1 last week with a 28-8 loss to Vanston . . . The sev- enth graders dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 8 Fair Brings Fall and Fun to Sachse a I Jail was a popular spot at Fallfest where for the price of a ticket you could have someone 'arrested" -- for a few minutes . . . Sachse's Boy Scout Troop 12, led by Scott Dillard, lower left, demonstrated skills .... Council member Dee Shanklin waits for another dip in the dunking booth .... Crowd pleaser was country western singer Allen Kelly, son of Shirley Hamiter, teller at FNB, Sachse. He has just produced and copyrighted eight tapes for Kenny Rogers' publisher. He has composed 22 songs and has 12 more to be produced. v* Deborah Griffis, Hayley and Austin Griffis, Garland, and Trudi Clayton, Wylie, enjoy the sights.... Emily Carter, McKinney, with Quintin Coventry, DeSoto, Uncle Tim's Farm, Lancaster.... Sachse Sports Association booth raked in the bucks. Left to right are Amanda Luman, Tommy Roan, Rebecca Yandry, Jim Pulliam, Joyce and Bob Yandry, and Bobby Strong. Pat Boyd and fellow Sachse Service Leaguers hawked sausage on a sti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 9 Fireman Scott Raven and Josh Montgomery, Rowlett, who bought tickets to put a few more dents in this car, supplied by Sachse Fire Department.... Sachse First National Banker Gary Overby and family entertained the crowd with singing . . . Judge Roy Bean and the Boys and Girl did some fancy shootin' and added comic relief with a mock shotgun wedding involving Mayor Larry Hoi den. I First National Bank of Sachse's Roy Record was at the park by S am. to help set up for the wide array of entertainment arranged by the bank s Cindy uray .... From Wylie came Brad and Donna Ladue and children Scott and Jenny. Summer was on stage with the North Texas Performing Arts. ... It was a day for browsing and reveling in the first sights and sounds and smoky smells of fall. Students from Wylie's North Texas Performing Arts Studio strutted their stuff with dance, twirling and tumbling. The program featured Manda and Lornna Bates, Pottsboro, and, right, Wylie's Kyle Clayton. Another Fallfest Is H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 10 Police Reports Wylie Chief Royce Abbott's Police Department handled numer- ous calls between Sept. 19 and Sept. 25. Highlights follow: Sept. 19: Missing person in Wylie area was located. Theft, 400 block of Fleming. Disturbance, 600 block of Ewing Way. Sept. 20: Minor accident, S. Ballard. Burglary, 400 block of Fleming. Arrests of intoxi- cated persons, 400 block of S. Ballard. Family disturbance, 100 block of Glen Knoll. Sept. 21: Water leak, S. Bal- lard; Public Works handled. Burglary, 500 block of Hilltop. Structure fire, 3100 block of Parker Road; Fire Department took call. Sexual assault, 400 block of Ewing Way. Firemen handled vehicle fire on County road 732 and a trailer fire on Parker Road. Sept. 22: Domestic disturbance, 400 block of S. First. Burglary of a business on Martinez Lane. Possible burglary, 500 block of W. Brown. Minor accident, 700 block of W. Kirby. Theft, 400 block of Fleming. Sept. 23: Criminal mischief, 900 block of Birmingham. Minor accident, Hwy...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 11 Christian music filled the air at Fallfest Saturday as the Rev. Mark Reynolds and several members from Park Lake Baptist Church appeared on stage in the afternoon's entertainment. S.<&' ■oW •WE SPECIALIZE IN A METHOD OF INSTRUCTING THAT STRESSES DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD'S INITIATIVE •CREATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT •AGES 2 THROUGH 9 • YEAR ROUND SCHOOL WITH EXTENDED CHILD CARE •7 A M -6 P M I ESTABLISHED IN 1977- NOW OPENING IN SACHSEI GARLAND; down town GARLAND^ a highway66 uj mller Gariand 276-2570 1933 Hwy. 66 at Centerville "In The Woods" GARLAND, TX SACHSE; (behind S«chM Chris tiar Church) 530-9668 5005 Ben Davis Rd. "Off Hwy. 78" SACHSE, TX GIVE YOUR CHILQ THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME: A MONTESSORI EDUCATION] FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED FAMILIES WELCOME HORIZON MANAGEMENT Rustic Oaks APARTMENT HOMES Wyiie MtUJTIC 0*KJ 214-442-2221 'Well-Designed 1, 2, and 3-Bedroom Floorplans 'Fire Sprinkler System 'Contemporary Charm Amidst A Country Atmosphere ANNOUNCING THE BEST ANSWER...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

• • . - ' A • Page 12 FFA Thanks Wylie Veterinary Clinic The Wylie FFA extends a special thanks to the Wylie Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Mike Sheffield for making it possible to hold the recent animal vaccination clinic. The group also wants to thank everyone who showed their support of the annual clinic. Currently, the FFA is having its once-a-year blue and gold sausage sale. Smoked turk- eys, along with pan, patty, and link sausage, are being offered at reasonable prices. For information about the sale, call Tom Hickey, FFA advisor, at 442-3610. Wylie High Names Homecoming Queen Named Homecoming Queen in Wylie last weekend was Angie Verkaik, who was presented at half-time at the Wylie-Southlake Carroll foot- ball game. A senior, Angie is a memuer of the Spanish Club and parti- cipates in basketball and track. Her escort was Charles Palmer, a friend of the family. Angie plans to attend Southwest Texas State University. Make Contact! Crisis Center of Collin County handles calls 24 hou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 13 Akin PTA to Meet; Fund-raiser Slated The P.M. Akin Elementary School will meet at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 in the school cafeteria. Jo Anna Couch, president of The Corporate Educator in Garland, will present a program called "Ease the Squpsze," dealing with stress, parenting, and time manage- ment. It will center around the theme of involving children without creating unhealthy stress. ^ouch has been a business ■hagement consultant and teacher since 1975. Akin PTA members are ask- ing folks to mark their calen- dars for Saturday, Nov. 12 for the group's big fund-raising fair, Presidents on Parade. The event will include games, food and fun. Those who can serve as sponsors, volunteers, or pro- vide various donations are re- quested to call Sue Packer at 442-3851 or Carin Simmons at 442-1157. Another reminder: Akin stu- dents will soon be selling "Es- pecially for Mother" calendars. Wylie Middle School Savings Bond Drawing The Wylie Middle School PTA will have a drawing on Thursday, Oct....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

Page 14 Feature Section We should make effort to improve life Q. Please help me out if you can. My wife is pregnant for the first time, but still continues to smoke quite a bit every day. She is very stubborn about her habit, in- sisting that our baby will be born into an imperfect world and might as well begin to adapt even before birth. She won't listen to me, or even to her obstetrician. Both be and I are non-smokers, so she feels we can hardly be objective on this subject. If you are a non-smoker she probably won't listen to you ei- ther, but please express your opin- ion anyway. A. The issue isn't whether you. her obstetrician, or I smoke (no, I don't, and never have), but only this: What is the effect of smoking on your baby, and not so inciden- tally, on her too9 What does the research show9 Higher rates of miscarriage and full-term babies who are smaller than they should be are among the research conclusions. If the mother or other family members smoke after the baby is born...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

were ready to move away from the four-bedroom home that was now too large, as the children had dll moved away to their own. new family formations. Why keep up and heat a large house when a smaller accommodation would do? Other questions arose. Why not live where it doesn't get so cold in winter or so hot in summer0 And yet another question. What would we get for this house if we cashed out and invested the money0 From this came a new opportu- nity and new retirement housing | market - all over the past 20 to 25 years. The concept of selling the "big house'' for a move to a smaller, more manageable quarters was abetted by a major tax break en- acted by Congress: a one-time capital gains tax exclusion of up to $125,000 for people age 55-plus who had owned their home for at least five years and lived in it at least three of those five years. Many mature adults did sell, and are selling their homes for a move of their own choice. Most move to yet another independent living arrangement —...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 September 1988

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

th.e §eqtiriel VOL. XIII, NO. 40 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE OCTOBER 5, 1988 Sachse City Council Approves Budget; Hires Another Policeman The Sachse City Council do. The Council wishes it had Monday night adopted a 1988- more money for the library ... '89 budget of $2,700,953 maybe next year we can do Channel 39's B.J. and Lester from Cartoon Clubhouse, top-rated children's show in the metroplex, meet two fans in Wylie, Jessica Worley and Justin Chittenden. The youngsters' parents are Brenda and J.C. Worley and Allison and Jon Chittenden. Allison is president of Birmingham Elementary PTA, where the TV stars appeared Monday night before a packed school auditorium. The program emphasized safety. which included a last-minute provision for employing an additional policeman. Councilman Jim Becker, who proposed a three-cent tax rate increase at the public hearing two weeks ago, voiced his opposition to the police hiring, saying, "We have taken a step from a tight,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 2 §en,tii\,cl 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 Plants Enhance Home, Office Says New Business Owner * M Teresa Cole, Wylie, has started a new business which she hopes will place a touch of nature throughout the fast-paced community -- in both businesses and homes. She calls her company Four Leaf Company and she focus- es on interior plant design and maintenance in both live arid artificial selections. She can design the overall plant plan and then she offers a service which in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: If you could be an animal, which one would you choose? Page 3 ■ • • mmM H il«r V M CORTNEY BO WEN, Sach- se: "A penguin.' TIFFANY HOLMES, Neva- SARA CLODFELTER, Wy- da: "A kitten." He: 'Elephant." AMANDA LUMAN, Sachse: JOHN PULLIAM, Sachse: 'A "Ahorse." lion." FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Meet Roy Record Roy Record, Garland, has the background and the knowledge which serve him well in his job of handling security for our Bank. A native of Fort Worth, Roy served 24 years in the Navy and Coast Guard. He then became an officer with the Dallas Police Department, where he retired in '86 and at which time he joined the Bank. Roy and his wife, Sue, have two sons, Michael and Gary, Garland, and two daughters in Sachse, Cindy Gray, an officer with FNB, and Cathy Emig. They have five grandsons. Roy enjoys reading science fiction and fishing at Lake Ray Hubbard where he ran a police boat for seven years. One of his fellow employees said recently: "Roy's our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 4 Garland Proposes Eight-Cent Increase In Wastewater Treatment Rates The Garland City Council held a public hearing Tuesday night on its proposed 1988-89 wastewater treatment rates. Representatives from the City of Sachse and the City of Rowlett were present to formally register "for the record" their complaints of excessively high sewer treatment rates. "Repetition of a just cause only strengthens the validity of that cause," Sachse Mayor Larry Holden told the Garland Council, noting Sachse had consistently protested the high rates charged by Garland to treat Sachse's wastewater through correspondence and at public hearings for three years. "On the day Sachse received its notice from Garland proposing to raise our rate eight cents per 1,000 gallons (the current rate is $2.10 per 1,000 gallons) for 1988-"89, Rowlett received a letter reducing its rate. Since we use the same Garland treatment plant and since Sachse's growth pattern for the last year has been flat, this seems inc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 5 Sachse Methodists Receive Grant The First United Methodist Church of Sachse has receiv- ed a grant for mission work awarded by the Division of National and World Outreach of the Conference Board of Global Ministries. Benefiting from the award will be Edie "Grandma" Lewis, Garland widow, who takes into her home and nurtures 18 - to 24-year-old adults who are having difficulties making it on their own. Sachse Methodists desig- nated two Blue Jean Sundays recently. Members donned jeans for Sunday school and worship services and brought along new or gently-worn jeans as donations along with children's clothes and shoes. Collected items were taken to the Dallas Bethlehem Center for distribution to needy families. Bethlehem Center is spon- sored by the North Texas Un- ited Methodist Conference. Go-Getters Tour Center in Garland Sachse Go-Getters visited the Garland Opthamology Center, 1626 Forest Lane, Wednesday where Dr. John M. Haley and his staff enter- tained with a tour and te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 6 Police Reports Wylie The police log, according to Chief Royce Abbott, recorded the following activity between Sept. 26 and Oct. 2: Sept. 26: Disturbances, 800 block of Mardi Gras, and in the Hilltop area Shoplifter, 200 block of S. Ballard. Set. 27: Possible burglary, Jock and Miss Ellie. Theft, 100 block of College. Minor accident, Hwy. 78 and Skyview. Sept. 28: Theft, 900 block of Sherry Lane; referred to county. Barking dog, 500 block of Kamber. Prowler caJIs, 100 block of S. Hwy. 78 and 100 block of N. Jackson. Sept. 29: Theft, FM 544; property located. Threats, 1200 block of Devonshire. Traffic assist, Hwy. 78. Burglary of a vehicle, 700 block of N. Hwy. 78. Minor accident, Hwy. 78 and Brown. Arrest, 800 block of Hwy. 78. Prowler, 100 block of N. Jackson. Sept. 30: Burglary of business, 700 block of N. Hwy. 78. Minor accident, S. Ballard. Traffic assist, FM 1378. Burglary of building, 600 block of N. Hwy. 78. Person warned playing loud music, Southfork Mobile Home Park. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 7 Beautiful Kids Parade at Fallfest > m Most photogenic title went to Brittany Citelli in Die Shoner Kinder (most beautiful children) con- test sponsored at Fallfest by the Citizens For A Progressive Sachse .... Winners in the six-months to one-year class were Whitney Rowell, Alyesa Van Calster and Robbie Renee Burns. ... In the one to two category: Brook Sanders, Randi Campbell and Amanda Price (in order) took top honors. m&W' y s W: W? ' Mm h m % ■■ ./■ : ' ''r-'-vy: In the two to three age group, winners are Jessica Norman, Noah Brooks, and tied for third, Amanda Jobe and Vanessa Tawwater In the three to four group, Courtney Campbell, second; Laura Sanders, third; and Heather Henkle, first In the four to five group, Joshua Thomas took first and Melissa Chapman, second. All entrants received certificates; winners took home trophies and red roses. Judges were Mayor Chuck Trimble, Wylie; Rep. Anita Hill; and Patricia Henry, North Garland High. ^ninmnninnrmnn onninnnnirio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 5 October 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Gritty Pirates Salvage 11-9 Win Over Bishop Dunne with Thrilling Finish Wylie JV Enjoys Finest Hour In 28-8 Win Over Dunne Wylie's junior varsity grid- ders turned in their most im- pressive performance of the season Thursday in a rain- splattered game against Bish- op Dunne at Pirate Field. The offense accounted for four touchdowns, but it was the defense that really shone in a 28-8 Wylie victory. Bishop Dunne managed just 91 yards total offense -- and 67 of that came on one play in the first quarter. Other than that . . . just 24 yards, none of which came through the air as the Falcons were frustrated with an 0-for- 14 performance. Daniel Brady, Frankie Del- gado, Paul Wilson, Bryan Beezley and Co. played like a well-honed varsity unit and will be looking forward to tak- ing on Princeton at 8 p.m. this Thursday at Pirate Field. Wylie attempted just eight passes, completing one for two yards and a touchdown, but pounded away on the ground with seven different players ...

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