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

.. . - .. - S* * V- $' S#$^ V*'' C-Aiiitga* ««aw. Cathy Wiggs Qualifies For State FFA Contest Wylie High School FFA student Cathy Wiggs recently won first place in the Area 5 FFA creed-speaking contest and will advance to the state contest on Dec. 5 in Hunts- ville. Cathy was recognized for her accomplishment at the Area 5 awards banquet held Oct. 24. Cathy received additional awards at the Community Show in Collin County Youth Park on Oct. 22. She won Grand Simmental heifer, third place Simmental steer, fourth place Chianina cross steer, and heifer showmanship. Other Wylie winners at the Community show were Kyle Galvan, second place medium weight Exotic; Mike Meek, Reserve British steer; Michelle Oliver, Reserve Exotic steer and steer show- manship; Jeff Pickens, third and fourth place British steers; and Janice Weaver, second place Dorset ran. Page 5 Garland Preschool PTA Sets Image Workshop Annice Kendrick, an image consultant, will conduct a workshop on improving one's personal ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

age 6 "A" Honor Roll -- First Six Weeks At Luna Elementary First Grade: Krystle Ben- nett, Brandi Burns, Tanya Menaez, Cynthia Smith, Adam Stone, Mandy Sum- mers. Kristen Alf, Brandon Beuer- Odie Hall Realtors A REAL GEM 3-2-2-Den-FP Brick Lots of Extras. $70s NO CREDIT CHECK Assume FHA Custom Large 3-2-2-Den-FP Brick Low Payments & Equity Woodhollow 2 ACRES 3-2-Den-FP Brick Barn $79,900. We Trade. - HILLTOP 1 Acre Overlooking Lake Large Brick 3-2-Den-FP Atrium Room, Trees $85,000 "We Deal in Country Property" IS 6512 Hwy. 78 - Sachse 494-3565 495-8172 442-3912 lein, Kelly Clark, Courtney Compton, Nicholas Griffin, Hayley Hall, Kendra Haseloff, Robbie Honey, James Jones, Kaci Kroll, Tiffany Markham, Becky Peppier, Justin Schott- laender, Blake Shelton. Misti Barnes, Brittany Beurlein, Brandy Bryant, Andy Cates, Cari Litton, Alice Smith, Sara Dobbs. Rachel Arbuckle, Matthew Bridges, Jeffrey Hodges, Julia Lee, Linasey Overby, David Spore, Alisha Woodall, Jose Luis Hernandez. Kenda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

• ^8Bv; wBrir*vwWy ™ ■ T * *•; " Mt-: Pag© 7 Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Do you believe that the church should accept a person into full fellowship if that person is a homosexual? Wylie reader. No is my belief. God created • the world and all life therein. Her also made the laws that have governed his people from the very beginning. Even in the Garden of Eden, he had laws to govern Adam and Eve. What do the laws of God reveal in reference to our question? Notice the following scriptures that pertain to Sodom: Genesis 13:13: "But the men of Sodom were wicked and sinners before the Lord exceedingly." Genesis 19: 4, 5: "But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter. And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, where are the men which came in to thee this night? Bring them out unto us that we may know them." Tne expression 'may know them" means to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Wylie Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive With 21-0 Win Over Quinlan □ North Garland's Jason Parks is about to be on his way to an 85-yard touchdown after fieldinbg a Naaman Forest punt Thursday at North Garland High Field. It was one of five touch- downs scored by Parks in a 55-2 victory. Kim Kennedy (17) is the closest Ranger defender. Grades, North Garland Too Much for Naaman Forest Naaman Forest lost 41 foot- ball players (seventh, eighth and ninth grades) because of no-pass, no-play, and it took its toll as the freshmen bowed to North Garland, 55-2, Thursday at North Garland High Stadium. Depleted ot its starting backfield, the young Rangers were unable to get an offense STANDINGS District 10-AAA Team Season Dist. Bonham 8-1-0 4-0-0 Commerce . 7-2-0 3-1-0 Frisco . . . 4-5-0 2-2-0 Wylie. 4-5-0 2-2-0 Quinlan Ford 2-7-0 1-3-0 Princeton 1-8-0 0-4-0 SCHEDULE Frisco at Quinlan Ford . . Princeton at Bonham . . Wylie at Commerce. PF PA 160 122 258106 201 165 14512C 89 236 77 229- 7...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

Page 9 Wylie Seventh Grade Gridders Post Sixth Shutout Wylie's seventh grade foot- ball team posted its sixth shutout in seven games Thursday, turning back Quinlan, 20-0, at Pirate Field. The eighth graders weren't so fortunate, losinq, 32-8. In the seventh grade contest, Jason Norton went yards on a quarterback ^Reper in the second quarter for Wylie's first touchdown. Norton was filling in for the regular quarterback, Jeremy Moore, who was one of 23 players lost to the team because of the no-pass, no-play rule. In the third period, Anthony Escalante scampered five and 20 yards on pitch-out options around end for touchdowns. Brandt Locke, the 6-1, 230-pounder, bulled into the end zone with five defenders on his back for the two-point conversion after the final TD. As time was running out, John Luxton intercepted a Quinlan pass and ran it back 50 yards to the Quinlan 1, but time caught the Pirates before they could score. Defensively, Coach Keenan Rodgers single out Michael Benitez a...

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

Page 10 Bible Answers (Continued from page 7) Can we have fellowship with people who practice these sins and will not repent nor begin a walk of service to God? My answer is no. Read Ephesians 5:1-10. Now notice verse 11, 12 "and have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret." If you have a question or wish to give me your view on some point of God's teaching, let me hear from you. Write Bible Answers, 5206 Ben Davis Rd., Sachse, TX 75048. Free Bible study materials for the asking. DIAL A DEVOTIONAL A Bible Verse for the Day Call 601-1880 (Metro) ft SARAH LUND Y Avon Sales Representative Sachse, Texas 75048 (214-475-2205) Cindy Walker, Murphy,, will hold her Krazy Kraft Bazaar at 511 Hidgeview Dr., Murphy from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 3-5. Walker entered 12 items in the recent State Fair of Texas, her eighth year as a participant, and came home with eight wins including...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

Page 11 MWSWm Um ^■< Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home, Wylie, marked Trick or Treat Day with a gala carnival which attracted 200 people and raised $600 toward the residents' Christmas gift fund. Left to right are Cynthia Roberts. . . Frank Kerby, Nevada, seated, who helped judge the costumes. . . Assistant Administrator Dianne Cohen, who organized the entire event, and Barbara Shumaker. . . and Lana McCurry, nurse assistant. Kerby's daughter, Mary Kerby, who heads the home economics department at Community School, Nevada, was assisted by teacher Becky Vaughn with the carnival project which their students worked on for special credit in Future Homemakers of America. They contributed 25 pies. Amy Gonzales, Clown Ministry, Piano, pitched in her talents. The Chamber of Commerce loaned its popcorn popper and Dr. Malcolm Wall loaned a skeleton. mKRm. In the spirit of celebration at Hillcrest are, left to right, staffers John Orr and Johnny Horton.. .. Susan Slayton, $50 bond winner for sec...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

Page 12 W: " w m m iXzrri Sachse Christian Church entertained with a carnival for children in the with clown and friend. ... Marsha Caughlin telling fortune of Stephen Willey. . . community Saturday. Left to right are Marco Contreras. . . . Randle Birdsong Judy Contreras and Christopher Rotan. wmmk f ■' . i«i W j i „ ' } i Ann Willey enjoys Christian Church party. . . .Bernice Johnson at her Country Store.... Mac McGuire as Tacky Tourist.... And Stephen Willey. m TEAR IP TO 39% OFF INSURANCE COSTS. That-'s right. I've got five outstanding new ways to save.* How much can we tear off your insurance bill? Give me a call. BILL SINSABAUGH 310 S. Hwy. 78, Suite 105A Wylie, TX 75098 442-7521 •Other qualification* Allaiate /«xa Lloyd's /IS]ftfrttfl Inc., Irving, TX /HlDldlC New Tire Solos Foster Service Center Owned - Operated by Mike Foster RON'S FRUITS & VEGETABLES 300 E. Hwy. 78 Wylie State nspeclions OPEN 8 - 7 7 DAYS A WEEK Fresh Produce Daily Mon. - Fri. - 7:30 - 6:00 Sat. - 7:30 ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

•, -w ^ i'*rvJfOni '•• - i-->. ;• . - " - • " -.; «•' -#* • . «U ■..'•< * ■ 0'- Book Review Longtime movie-goers will find Kirk Douglas' The Rag- man's Son the best of the many recent star autobiog- raphies. It's available at the Wylie Library. Kirk has some great stories to tell. About leading ladies Joan Crawford, Gene Tierney, ^arlene Dietrich, and his one- time fiancee, the late Pier An- geli. About his experiences as a hunter and his induction into a Masai tribe. About his feats as a trapeze artist. About walking the oars on location in Norway with The Vikings. About eating Thanksgiving dinner from a common bowl with an Afghan tribe. He writes about an acting career probably made better by his humble beginning as the son of Russian Jewish im- migrants. Issur Danielovitch Demsky grew up on Eagle Street in Amsterdam, NY, watching the trains go by and wondering if he'd ever go anywhere. He appeared in 75 movies, was nominated twice for Academy Awards for The Bad and The Beau...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Beaver's Mom is back as a star grandmother By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service NEW YORK CITY — America s favorite television mother 31 years ago was June Cleaver, the mother of Theodore — the "Bea- ver" — and Wally. and wife of Ward. And the program that aired for years on prime-time network television was "Leave It to Bea- ver." The program has never been off television throughou the United States as it went immediately into syndication and then also to cable networks. Barbara Billingsley. who identi- fies herself as "rather close" to the role she played as June, "ex- cept that I don't clean house wear- ing pearls and high heels as I did in the series." is back in the role, this time as a grandmother of an •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- NO^OPENING IHSACHS£/_ GARLAND: "1 SACH...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

>. ' •Vjjrf'''♦ Hi'• ■ litttK. CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan 19 _ Also Capricorn Ascendant) _ You will be in the spotlight so pay close attention to your groom- ing and apparel Trust your money sense and you can find bargains galore A romantic encounter close to home could brighten your life. AQI ARR'S: (Jan. 2(1 -o Feb. 18 — Also Aquarius Ascendant) — Use your imagination and fantasy potential in creative, artistic en- deavors Your personal enterpris- C could bring more power and t'Stige now Conserve your re- sources — save rather than spend' PISCES: (Feb. 19 to March 21) — Also Pisces Ascendant) — Take the initiative, quit procrastinating and wishes could come true A pri- vate meeting could unravel a mystery and help change your opinions Your popularity and so- cial life are on an upswing now PLAYING 'POSSUM Q: What animal can escape pre- dators b\ playing dead" A North America's only marsu- pial ia mammal species in which the female has a pouchj. an ani- mal that has been around ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 2 November 1988

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Proudly Introduces Our Business Advisory Board. LARRY BOZMAN Bozman Construction PATBOYD Ray Boyd Const. Syst JEFF BRAST Jedco Propertoa * vpf p STEVE GRISSOM CPA Gnssom Thetford A Major# FAY HAILES 5 Star Custom Homes WALTER HAILES 5 Star Custom Homes ROBIN LLOYD Round Robin Homes CHARLES MCWHORTER M B. Structures MARKT. MOORE Potor First United Methodist Sachsr 1 It BILL CAMPBELL Campbell Cabinet Inc. RANDALL COOPER Cooper & Garland Concrete H LLOYD HENDERSON Sachse City Manager ODIEHALL Odie Hall Realtors Inc & lib MARVIN POTTER Whitley EJectnc MARK REYNOIDS Pulor Park 1 ake Baptist Church g i, 4 RANDY COOPER Randy Cooper Cons. Eng. MARYUNIX) W (.rneral Transformer Co. CUFF A LINDA EDWARDS Rock wall Co. Lumber/Rmp. Ins. . S*h th I NEALHOUURD Holford & Co. Inc. BILLY JOHNSON B.J. Johnson Custom Home# TOMMY KRAMER Owen# Country Sausage JON SIX jon Six CPA WILLIAM STU7T5 JR. Attomry IX)N SWANSON Sentinel Publisher DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00 - 6:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Qie Sentinel -c VOL. XIII, NO. 45 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE NOV. 9. 1988 * ! ■ i. .v ^ ■ >•' • < Ifcv V V-' Sachse Council Considers Distribution of Bond Funds wastewater treatment and employee merit raises were topics of an executive session of the Sachse City Council Monday. Members rejected a propos- ed ambulance service con- tract and discussed distribu- tion of bond funds at the regular meeting in City HaJI. City Manager Lloyd Hender- son briefed the Council on the regional treatment facility study instituted by the cities of Wylie, Rowlett and Sachse. The study is designed to determine the cost of a wastewater treatment plant to service the Muddy Creek Basin and to pinpoint possible locations. Henderson updated the Council on a consultant's an- alysis of rates charged by Garland to treat the waste- water of Rowlett and Sachse. The rate expert, hired by Rowlett and Sachse, currently is conducting an audit of Gar- land's rate-making methods. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 2 0\e $entii\el NEWS i ADVERT S S3 5624 Highway 78 Sachse. Texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABi. S-ED 1976 P-o s~e* - Cc-r Swansor Ec tor - =ec2 _ Any e^oneous '&'~r :•"$ .v stare ca-sr.s' c *=c -r ta*c- c< any persx c~ a cor- ■xtsjct wticr Si accer —'«= coiu—$ y The Serrr^ « be cc^'e-r?: * oojg~ B anenbon of ne ecfity Sc'-ec a- te es '•e'5-" "•* ■ ? « r"1 tre autnors r-di a*e no? necessa' . —ose 7 "a ac w Deadlines for the next issue o1 The Sentinel: News • Thursday Ads - Friday From the CPA s Desk bv Chick T■ imbte CPA Many questions regarJng business rave and entertain- ment a'ise ever af:e' 'tax sirpiificatior' done to -s - 1356 oy Cc-g'ess The Diggest iss%.e "as a iva/s oee- substariiation Substantiation is proving ex- ce-ditw'es oy keeping ace- a^ate -ecoras. A" account book, (Sa'y log, expe-se 'ecorc or the ice s"o^ d oe Kept T*e expense and the business p-'pese - ust oe 'ecorcea at or -ear the time of the activity. Information that must oe '£• cor dec va'ies wit* tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 3 Church of Christ To Hold Lectureship Sachse Church of Christ will hold a lectureship with the theme of "Church Growth" Nov. 13-16. At 9 am. Sunday, Nov. 13, Andy Kizer Howe will present a lesson dealing with unlawful drugs. At 10 a.m., he will speak on "God Requires Church Growth." The service at 6 p.m. will be on "The Val- ue of Church Growth." Nov. 14, Charles Brazell, Mesquite, will speak on "Church Growth Through Bible Study and Organized Bible Classes." Nov. 15, Mac LeFan, Farm- ersville, will speak on "Church Growth Through Individual Responsibility and Personal Works." .. . .l. o u .i ^ , - . . The concluding lecture on Mike McGee at the new Sachse Garden Center & Landscaping, Nov 16 wj|| be presented by 6402 Hwy. 78, Sachse, location of the former Apple Nursery. Wayne Burger Wylie His Mike said that Christmas trees from Oregon are expected around subject wj|| be Church Thanksgiving. Wylie Scouts Announce Food Drive The Cub Scouts of Pack 304 and the Boy Scouts of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

t ■■ Page 4 m Police Reports Sachse Sachse Police Chief Tom Fenley reported the following activity between Oct. 28 and Nov. 3. Oct. 28: Warning citation given for loud music, 3100 block of Fifth St. Person injured by ball at ballfield on Williford. Person arrested on outstanding warrants, 5900 block of Hwy. 78. Oct. 29: Domestic disturbance on Fifth St. Fire Department extinguished fire in 2000 block of Vinson. Possible heart attack victim transported to hospital from 3200 block of Meadowcreek. Loose livestock, Pleasant Valley, confined by owner. Disturbance, 6500 block of Longbranch. Oct. 31: Charges filed on domestic disturbance, 3I00 block of Fifth St. Person in 2900 block of Tina taken to hospital as possible stroke victim. Disturbance, 3300 block of Seventh Street. Nov. 1; Firemen put out Avon SARAH LUNDY Sales Representative Sachse, Texas 75048 (214-475-2205) Look At What "WEE" Have Done! 3,000 Sq. Ft. Gym 15,000 Sq. Ft. Playground Gymnastics Through "Flippers" Soccer Academy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 5 Luna Elementary Launches Student Achievement Program Building a bridge in education between parents and school and reducing the failure rate are tall orders for Texas schools, but Luna Elementary, GISD, is launching a new program that will not only attack these problems but possibly will increase TEAMS test scores by 20% among students i whose parents participate in the program. Success-N-School is the program developed by Dr. Hillery Motsinger, former educator and now private counselor in Dallas who has done extensive research in student achievement. Motsinger has packaged his research results into video programs so it can be used in the homes to equip parents with instructions of how to motivate their children toward academic achievement and how to improve the entire spectrum of parent/child relationships which are basic to every student's needs. Parents will discover how to identify learning styles of their child and how to work within that behavior; what characterizes at-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 6 t MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. DALLAS WRITERS news- letter. Sample for $2 and SASE. Discover market trends, selling tips, and important news for writers and would-be writers. Editor, 17910 Kelly Blvd., #259, Dallas 75252. TAX, ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING SERVICE For individuals & businesses by experienced CPA. Reasonable rates. Free pickup & delivery. 442-6027 INCOME PROPERTY available in Wylie. 44,000 square feet. Warehouse/office. 100% leas- ed. $100,000+ annual income. 907-0055. 530-6635. NEED A GOOD PLUMBER? Any repair problem. Honest. Licensed. Very reasonable. Anytime. 442-4940. MASTER ELECTRICIAN Residential & Commercial 24-hr service. No job too small. Call 442-5994. MOTHER'S TOUCH: Home day care for children. 1-4 years old. North Garland, Beltline and Glenbrook. Parti- cipants of the Child Care Nu- trition Program. College-edu- cated. Call Mrs. Ward, 530-7144. FOR SALE: Size 20 cocktail dre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

?, ,iij . . KX \t? W< W - ■ ■ Page 7 I. * ♦ * * H I Dr. Mike Richey, Luna Elementary, Garland, starred as "prin- cipal of the day" in a fourth graders' surprise presentation Tuesday. In a patriotic mood, red, white and blue-clad kids and teachers waved flags and students read "Why I'm glad to be at Luna." Teachers, left to right, are Linda Verble, Linda Roden and Ouida Montgomery. As a fund-raising project, the Wylie Middle School Student Council recently sponsored a pig- kissing contest. The student body voted, at a cost of a penny per vote, for the teacher they would most like to see kiss a live pig. Teacher contestants, left to right, were Keenon Rodgers, JoAnn Miller, Rachel Provost, Sandra Barrow, Jan Sellars, and Jerre Goiger. The lucky winner, who was announced during a student pep rally, was Coach Rodgers, with 6,690 votes. Rowlett Society Needs Historical Facts Rowlett Historical Society is dates, places and events such compiling a history on the city and is seeking info...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 November 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Phil Brown Lives Up to Billing As Commerce Ends Wylie Playoff Hopes Wylie Junior Varsity Gridders Shut Out Commerce in Finale Wylie's junior varsity Pirates closed out their 1988 season in impressive style Thursday, turning back Com- merce, 22-0, at Pirate Field. The young Pirates mixed running and passing plays with excellent defense to post their third District 10-AAA win in four games. They finished 6-4 on the year. It marked the second week in a row that the Wylie JV won by shutout--both occur- ring after injuries and no-pass no-play cut the squad to 15 members. Quarterbacks Greg Howard and Tom Mattox shared dut- ies in guiding the Pirates to the victory, while Paul Wilson spurred the ground attack with a 93-yard effort on 17 carries. Commerce was blanked in the passing department and netted just 110 yards on the ground as the Pirate defense forced four fumbles and two interceptions. Commerce got inside the Wylie 30 on three occasions, but never seriously threaten-...

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