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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

tJie Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 43 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE OCTOBER 26, 1988 0 / Wylie Library Nears Goal For Hiring Addition Renae Campbell and stuffy friend at the Roadside Corner food and gas stop in Wylie. Wylie Librarian Kay Daniel reported Wednesday that $13,074 has been collected toward meeting the library's goal of $14,000 to match the Meadows Foundation grant. The grant will enable the li- brary to hire another full-time, qualified librarian. Daniel also said that she would welcome volunteers. She has received about 200 new books, but has not had time to get them catalogued and on the shelves. So, per- sons with extra time are urged to give her a call and schedule some volunteer hours. Daniel said last Saturday's event, which was put togeth- er by Johnston, Inc., marked the turning point for funds. "There are so many to Tom Pritzkau Named To Wylie City Council Wylie City Council Tuesday night appointed Tom Pritz- kau, who is with Anchor Con- structi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 2 lie 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. From f \... -1- The CPA s Desk ] [Yin by Chuck Tumble CPA ■ HHI In the course of year-end tax planning, you may find that you will be in a higher tax bracket in 1988 than in 1989 or that the reverse is true. If so, you will want to shift income to the year in which your bracket will be lower. One way to control the timing of your income, if you operate on the cash method of accounting, is to vary the timing of bills you send out for services rendered. If you want to delay the receipt of your income unt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 3 £ J} X \ Wylie Highlights By SHELLEY BIDWELL The varsity volleyball team has had a rough year. After coming from behind, the ladies seemed to lose it all Friday night and the Frisco Coons once again walked off the court with a win. Traveling to Whitesboro Tuesday, the freshman vol- leyball team lost to the Bearcats. The JV and varsity teams, however, were victorious. The varsity ladies' last game is at 3 p.m. Saturday in Wylie against Lake Dallas. After stealing from the ladies Friday night, the Coons robbed the Fighting Pirate football team that same even- ing. But, on a better note, That Wylie Band's Cotton Bowl performance claimed a win over Frisco, putting the Coons back into their dens. After their loss on Friday night, the football team 4 Cheryl Ann Littlefield Ginny and Phillip Littlefield, Sachse, announce the arrival of Cheryl Ann, born Oct. 18 at Garland Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 lbs., 2 oz. On hand to greet her was a brother, Robert, 2. Grand- parents are Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 4 91 W 3- These youngsters are making the most of Sachse's expanded library facili' es. Before the area was doubled in size, there was no place for young ones to rest Left to right, they are Christopher Jones, Shannon Wilson, Brian Wilson, and Heather Jones. Parents are Mark and Linda Jones and Bill and Sharon Wilson, Sachse. Right photo, Librarian Rosanne Burgess is shown in the new section of the library Letters To tMe EdiTOR Dea' Ed tor Last year experienced dif- ficulty in receiving a parcel in my cluster mail box, which measures 14 1/2' long x 6 1/2" wide ard 5 1/2" high. A notice A-as left in my mail box about a Darcel that could ne ccker up after 8:30 a.m. at ,he Garland Main Post Office on WaJnut the next day I waited in line or my lunch nour for 30 minutes to pick up a parce tr:at measured 6" wide x 10" long. I called to complain about my inconven- ience and was told that perhaps my doorbell malfunc- tioned 0^ r one was home, but that at-home delivery was always attemp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 5 1 #/ * # Christmas Show and Tell Planned at Wylie High Wylie High School's annual Christmas Show and Tell pro- gram will be held at 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at the school. The community education and homemaking departments and Collin County Extension Service will present the program which will feature how-to's on holiday stress re duction and crafts, a slide show on looas by Texas Utili- ties, ana a wardrobe seminar by Casual Corner, Cc^in Creek Mall. Area merchants also witi display items. Information about participa- ticn may be obtained by ^ callina 442-5444. Getting ready for the festive Halloween carniva at 7 p m. Friday, Oct. 28 at Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home in Wylie are, left to right, Ella Greer Aisistant Administrator Dianne Cohen, Jessie Ansley, and Willye Sims. Families and friends of residents are invited to take part in the games, haunted house, cake walk, fortune-telling, face painting and raffle. Wytie's independent Bank will award a $100 savings bond and a $50 bond for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 6 Safety Fair Set At Birmingham Hundreds of helium-filled balloons will fill the sky over Birmingham Elementary Saturday, Nov. 5 when the PTA holds its second annual safety fair between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Some of the events are the McGruff puppet show and print-a-kid and emphasis will be on traffic safety and drug/alcohol awareness. A police vehicle, fire truck, ambulance, and a helicopter will be parked on the grounds which people may view. A bike rodeo is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon, and chances will be sold at 25 cents each for two bicycles. Refreshments may be purchased and there will be drawings for door prizes. A-Team at Akin Elementary, Wylie, for first six weeks with Principal Ron Ferguson are, left to right, Heather Bugbee, kindergarten; Bethany Jarvis, first; Raymond Figuero, fourth; Destin Schriell, fifth; Megan Hartley, second; and Paul Kosanke, third. Teachers select the students from each grade for their hard work, dedication, good behavior, and positive attitu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 7 Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Question: "I believe that there is a God and I also believe in his Son Jesus. I have been told that I was saved since I now believe and desire to be right with God. Is it true that all you have to do is only believe?" E.D., Wylie. No. It is not true that God Fsaves anyone who only be- lieves. You have done well in your knowledge of God's word to the extent that you believe in God; but remember that "the devils believe and tremble," James 2:19. There is much difference in an as- senting faith and an obedient faith. Jesus said, "Why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say? Who- soever cometh to me, and heareth my sayings, and doeth them, I will shew you to whom he is like," Luke 6:46,47. In the following verses Je- sus then talks about the two builders. One is wise and one is foolish. He likens the wise builder to the one in the verses of Luke 6:46, 47. An obedient faith is the Bible faith, as we ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Second-Half Rally Falls Short As Frisco Beats Wylie, 27-21 Two-Point Conversion Fails As Time Expires in Ranger Loss Naaman Forest's fresnmen scored two touchdowns in the last 40 seconds, but missed a two-point conversion Thurs- day and wound up on the short end of a 36-34 score against Jesuit at Jesuit Stadium. The first-year Rangers fell behind, 36-20, late in the fourth period but were granted a reprieve when Jesuit called time out twice and then threw an incompletion with 1:11 remaining in the game. That gave Naaman Forest life and Jeff Galloway passed to Harold Ellis for a touchdown to draw within six points. The two-point conver- sion worked and Matt Dickinson's onside kick was recovered by Ranger Dalton Morris. Galloway then hit Ellis in the end zone for the Rangers' fifth touchdown of the day, but a bootleg for the two-point conversion was stopped short of the goal. Morris passed to Ellis, the play covering 65 yards, for the Rangers' first touchdown; Paul Brown...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 9 t ' /''MtWfy ■* Jf, ; - •, -v,/ t M jfc . ' Wylie's Lady Pirates captured the District 10-AAA cross country track title The team, left to right, center photo: Sheppard, Erin Henry, Leann Saturday in Whitesboro. The Wylie team warms up, left; lines up for the start of Mindy Herrera, Cathy Cron, Gina Shipley, and Brenna O'Dell. the two-mile race, center; and takes off (that's Wylie's Elisa Sheppard in front). Hoebing, t : mm?Mm '■■■■ i i. WMlM* w h MM ivjti4pm-- - * _ <•*-i "5 Elisa Sheppard and Erin Henry finish 1-2 in the District nails down fifth place, center. Looking on, right, is Coach Barb 10-AAA girls cross country meet, left, while Brernna O Dell Bennett. Wylie JV Wakes Up in Time To Post 20-13 Win Over Frisco Held to two first downs and 74 yards offense in the first half, Wylie's junior varsity Pirates woke up after intermission Thursday and came away with a 20-13 win over Frisco's JV at Pirate Field. The first half was one of disappointment for the Pirates, as the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

p Page 10 Go-Getters' Program Centers on Volunteerism Marjorie Shaw from Senior Citizens of Dallas talked to the Go-Getters Oct. 19 about the Off Our Rockers program which she directs and which involves volunteering in elementary school class- rooms. The Sachse group met at the Christian Church and lunch followed at Egg Roll Texas. Guests included Norma Smith, Luna Elementary; Kay Snipes, PTA representative, and Vera Grice. Shaw discussed how senior citizens can assist teachers in a variety of roles such as helping with reading or serving as a listener to a troubled child. Nov. 5, Go-Getters will attend the Senior Citizen Craft Fair at Fair Park. Nov. 9, flu shots are scheduled in Garland. Those wishing infor- mation about either event may call Ruth Robinson, 495- 1059. At 10 a.m. Nov. 16, an attorney will speak on "Wills, Power of Attorney and Guardianship" at Sachse Calico Kids Boisterous Boys Class scored a big hit in their recent recital with "Take Me Out to Christian Church. Ba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Go-Getters Stage White Elephant Sale Page 11 1 Sachse Go-Getters staged a white elephant sale and fund-raiser recently at Sachse Christian Church. A total of 32 persons were in attendance, including Councilman Pat Mclnnish, left, making a bid on one of the items. Ray Stanton, right, served as auctioneer. 1 T v * vJU. yf I Ruth Robinson, left, was winner of this afahan at a raffle and, right, Dot Summers, City Manager Lloyd Henderson and Mayor Larry Holden confer. mm m m m v Ruth Thomas, left, staff member of the Dallas Council of Senior Citizens, takes her turn in the buffet line and, right, Cleo Hutson, Anna Laura Skinner and Mildred Young help themselves to the goodies.

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 12 V Sean and Cherise Cauley have their Halloween treats x-rayed by Technician Richa.rc Wendt at Lake Pointe Medical Center, Rowlett. The service is offered free again this year at the outpatient entrarce on the south side of the building, 6800 Scenic Drive, from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct 31. Tne x-ray detects only metal objects, so parerts shoe d inspect treats also. VAUGHAN'S DONUTS 0v>< 0° \0 8 Have a Safe & Happy Halloween And A Treat On Us 6 a.m. • 6 p.m. 203 N. Ballard Wylie 442-0081 Buy One Donut or Roll Get Second Ore FREEI With This Ad Closed on Monday 6 a.m. - 3 p.m. 833 W. Miller Rd. Garland 271-1116 •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 NTESS° ESTABLISHED IN 1977— N^wemngjnsacm^ "GARLAND; ~T" DOWN TOWN 0 HIGHWAYS ol $ VlLLEH I Garland SACHSE: / (behind SachM Cnntrtdr Church) 276-2570 530-9668 1933 Hwy 66 at Centerville 50...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 13 £ Owl Tracks t rs By RONDA ELTON The first six weeks is over with some organizations missing participants because of the no pass, no piay rule. The senior class sponsored a bonfire and car Dash ast Friday night in Sachse. GHS would like to express appre ciation to the Sachse Fire and Police Depa-tments for helping out. The Mighty Owl Band received first division rating all areas of UIL competition. Congratulations! Buy Eubanks and Stan Carter are Sachseites on the The varsity footbajl has gone back to its winning with defeats both to Mesquite and South Garland. They will travel to Greenville Friday. The following weekend will be Homecoming. All exes are invited to attend the pep rally Friday afternoon and the game that evening against North Garland. Sheri Thomason is cheering them on to win. Not one of the varsity football players was sidelined due to no pass, no play. Maybe the ATTACK program is nelping. The Coronation Ball will be held Saturday night, Nov. 5. The ball is s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 14 Feature Section How to stay healthy in your older years By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service One way not to be clobbered by the high and increasing costs of medical care in the United States is to find a way to stay healthy. If you take care of yourself nu- tritionally, with effective exercise, keeping your mind agile and working, you just might ward off those maladies that many people take for granted — or fact — in later years. But medical science can tell us now: There is no disease called aging; there are no diseases or maladies that are directly caused by the aging process. And, finally, we are learning that if we keep this lovely machine of a body in good shape we can surely defer or eliminate the typical "old per- son's" problems. The body and mind are won- drous miracles in that they can help cure themselves, even re- verse the debility of problems. We know that even lifelong smokers, assumed to be sure cancer cases, can, by eliminating smoking and replacing it w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Page 15 4 cope with the day ahead. Our 14-year-old daughter thought it is the last thing in the evening because a pleasant night's sleep is so necessary. My wife kidded around and said it is any time during the day when she is away from both of us! (At least I hope she was kidding.) What's your choice? Are you on my side? A It is fun "playing Solomon," and easy to do this time because I on't agree with any of you. The first five or 10 minutes hen everyone is at home later in the day is especially crucial. That is when each person may have something to say and wants to be listened to. IB £vjr' ckildrkn Ignoring any member of the family or starting a conflict can result in what I've heard referred to as "another one of those terri- ble evenings." Q. What is the latest in family home etiquette on finishing every- thing served on a plate or leaving a little bit so that one doesn't look on the piggish side? As a child I was told to clean up, and was frequently reminded of the "starving c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 26 October 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: What is your superstition? I NAN DAVIS, Wylie WISD Administrative Office: "Walk- LARRY THOMAS, Sachse DIANA JOHNSON, 1/2 Price BRENDA MARTIN, Garland, Fire Department: "Walking Books, Sachse: "Don't ever Communicatiions Officer, under ladders." say never, cause it's bound to WPD: "Breaking a mirror and ing under ladders happen." having seven years of bad luck." PAT STONE, Sachse housewife/gardener: "The number 13 and black cats crossing in front of you." FOR SALE "81 Mazda GLC 5-speed, Air, Moon Roof Local Owner $1,450.00 398-2553 FOR SALE: Crib & matching chest of drawers & combina- tion changing table, $50. Youth bed with 2 drawers and mattress, excellent condition, $150. 495-0931. LIGHT"ASSEMBLERS needed. Will train. Good benefits. Equal opportunity. 8-4:30 Mon.-Fri. Texas Transformer Corp., 1301 E. Piano Pkwy., Piano. Sachse Cleaners Highway 78 Shirts $.89 with D/C 30% off D/C each day Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7-7 next door to Saturday 8-12 Th...

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

I «■ f¥ • # •• r.vti. r ■" V# .*H •-■W- V &s:Vi~* ■„ ..«<w,-'- Sifi- *- the Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 44 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE NOV. 2, 1988 ,1 Wylie Community Hospital Announces Building Expansion Program Lawrence Wedekind is back in the driver's seat as admin- istrator at Wylie Community Hospital. He relinquished the position for one month, taking leave in order to complete a lease/purchase agreement for the hospital with American Health Care Management, Dallas. Wedekind resumed duties Oct. 24. The 10-year lease/purchase agreement will begin some time in December, according to Wedekind. This week, Wedekind was talking about plans for construction which will begin in mid-1989 on a new patient wing. "We're four years old and we're running out of beds," he sajd. "The addition will provide an additional 37 beds, bringing the total to /4. In two or three years, the hospital will reach its goal of 148 beds. "The emergency generator service can handle 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

lie 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. The Mayor's Desk by Chuck TminblE W y lie * Seems like forever that Birmingham Street has been under construction. I avoid driving on it so my car won't get dirty and my wheels won't go out of alignment. So what's the problem? After digging into the street, the construction people found that the Lone Star gas lines were buried only a few inches from the surface, creating a potential hazard. The lines were old and in need of replacement. As the new street will cover the line it was necessary to replace it befo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

<J j . mm Page 3 Speaking Out! Question of the week: Who was your childhood hero? f! M \ SHERI EDDLEMAN, Kidstuff owner, Garland: "My brother. When we were youngsters he saved my prized silkworms by keeping them supplied with mulberry leaves." MARY MONDAY, Sachse: "Johnny Cash." MARIE RUSSELL, manager, JOYCE YANDRY, Sachse, VELDA WILLIAMS, legal Allsup's, Sachse: "Roy president, Yandry's Machine clerk, Wylie: "Roy Rogers and Rogers." Products, Inc., Garland: "My John Wayne. I spent almost father." every Saturday afternoon of my young years watching Roy on the movie screen in Floydada." independent Bank East, N. A. Offers Convenient Banking We Serve Our Customers 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday In the Lobby on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. In Our Drive Thru on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m n Our Drive Thru Weekdays from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. MPact/Pulse 24-Hour Banking Bring This Ad On Your Next Visit to the Bank And Receive Your Next Order of Personal C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

Page 4 Police Reports Wylie Wylie Police Department reported the following activity: Oct. 24: Possible burglary, 400 block of Vicki Lane. Person missing in 3000 block of Touchstone Road; call referred to county. Criminal mischief, 500 block of E. Stone. Arrests made for truancy, 1000 block of S. Ballard. Ordinance violation, 300 block of Elliott. Theft, 200 block of Industrial Court. Abandoned vehicle, Butler at Hwy. 78. Medical emergency, 100 block of Windsor: required ambulance. Structure fire, Spence at Hwy. 78. Phone harassment, 300 block of Woodhollow Court. Persons missing from 500 block of Ewing were found. Oct. 25: Vehicle burglary, 200 block of S. First. CALICO KIDS "Come join the fun " 1517 Buckingham Plaza at N Garland Ave 495-1719 or 279-6666 mm ■MX-- Look At What ' WEE" Have Done! 3,000 Sq. Ft. Gym 15,000 Sq. Ft. Playground Gymnastics Through "Flippers" Soccer Academy Soccer Lessons Great Pre-School Curriculum Monthly Newsletters Look For Our Carnival At the End of Octo...

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