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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

tJl,e Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 48 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE NOV. 30, 1988 m. i 6 Wylie City Council Seeks Answers on Sewer Financing Sandra Hodges and children, Jeffrey and Katie, shop for a Christmas tree at Sachse Garden Center on Hwy. 78. Along with husband and father Tim, youth director at First Baptist Church of Sachse, the family plans to celebrate the holidays with Sandra's family in Oxford, Mississippi. How can Wylie's water and sewer customers afford to meet the recent mandate issued by the Texas Water Commission which calls for enlarging the present sewage treatment plant and making it conform to the Clean Water Act and other standards? Wylie Christmas Parade Set Saturday It's not too late to enter Saturday's Christmas Parade in Wylie. "Entry forms may be obtain- ed from the Wylie Chamber of Commerce," said Bev Nemer, Chamber office secretary. The Chamber of Commerce is located at 113 N. Ballard (phone 442-2S04). Thirty-six entries had been receiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 4 D : Rushin Lumber Company 205 E. Oak Wylie 442-3595 We Serve Do-lt-Yourselfers and Fix-It Experts * * * Complete Lumber & Hardware Supply Hardwoods - Softwoods - Windows Doors - Plywood ♦ t ♦ i Percy Simmons New Manager Open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday >S r'; to* ' V J E J OY TO THE WORLD i\ Compact Disc just $7.95 with any Hallmark purchase! va njoy the world's most beautiful Christmas music in a format that provides the ultimate in sound — new Compact Disc! "Joy to the World!" is the all-new Hallmark Christmas Album featuring Placido Domingo, Leona Mitchell, Placido Domingo Jr and the London Svm- phony Orchestra — the fourth edition of this popular Hallmark series. Just $7 95 for Compact Disc with any Hallmark purchase, while supply lasts. >■ '.C, Ifv tee $ '•k* r * •. I # '••J. % w. ? ■■ J0YK W V ' l?V # ANA'S COUNTRY BROOK SHOPPING CENTER 3046 Lavon - Garland 530-3192 © 1988 Hallmark Cards. Inc Lunch Bunch from Sachse Christian Church enjoyed lunch and shoppin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

. ... The Mayor's Desk by Chuck TniMblE W y lit _ I just got back in town to- Jight (Sunday, Nov. 27) and read my copy of The Sentinel. Concerned about some of the statements, I am directing this column in reply to that article. Before that, however, I want to commend The Sentinel for the fine job of reporting the Wylie area news. There is no question that the commun- ity's best interest is served with such a newspaper. Unable to attend the Nov. 22 Council meeting, I am not sure of what happened. How- ever, the Council article in the Nov. 23 Sentinel stated that the City Council "charged the mayor with throwing up some possible roadblocks for a gro- cery store wishing to locate in the city and a post office hoping to be located on FM 544." The mayor has done nothing as mayor to affect the moving to Wylie by Brook- shire's. Chuck Trimble, CPA, representing family interests, has been reluctant to have a Brookshire's grocery store built next to the Wylie Family Health Clinic, a Trimble...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

3age 6 Naaman Forest Band Booster Club members at first fundraiser (a conces- sion stand at the ninth grade alt-city tryouts held at Naaman) are, left, Linda Lockhart and Betty Belcher, behind the counter, and, right, Gene Peer and Ron Patterson. Next meeting will be in the band hall at the school at 7 p.m. Dec. 5. Anyone wishing to join is invited. Larry Chapman is president; Debbie Show- ers, secretary; Belcher, treasurer; Bonnie Patter- son, parliamentarian; Lockhart, vice president; Dana Dunlap, social- hospitality chairman; Mary Nell Randolph, tele- phone; Karen Ring, news- letter; and Georgia Burle- son, membership. 0 Sachse Traffic Fatality Brings Jail Sentence A Nov. 19, 1987 traffic acci- dent that claimed the life of Andrew Rainwater, 18, Wylie, Monday resulted in three pro- LET US TAKE THE WORK OUT OF YOUR CHILD'S NEXT PARTY niiiiinuliliJ' r' iTTuxIj! ' Tl l ' r PRRTY MAGIC t 11 l 1 "n Mm rri ' ' rrl 'rm-f-Tf ■ Duana Yates 495-0836 COMPLETE PLANNING AND FACILITIES FOR UNI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 7 Question: "Are we living in the last days? If so, does it mean Jesus will be coming bac/c in a few months, or a New videos available at the year or so?' Sachse Public Library include the following: We are living in the "last Adventures of the Wilder- days," but time on earth can- ness Family - 1982; not be determined by man. Babes in Toyland - 1961 (G); The prophet Isaiah spoke of Back to the Future - 1984; the beginning of the kingdom Bedknobs & Broomsticks - that would occur in the "last 1971 (G); days." Isaiah 2:2. Bedtime Stories <£ Songs - The apostles stated that the The Sesame Street Muppets - "last days" had started as 1987; spoken by the prophet Joel in The Color of Money - 1986- Joel 2. Notice Acts 2:14-17: (R); 4 "But this is that which was French Postcards - 1980 - spoken by the prophet Joel. (PG); And it shall come to pass in Gold Bush & Pay Day - the last days, saith God .. ." Charlie Chaplin - 1922/1942; We can determine that the The Pit and the Pend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

4 e. Page 8 SPORTS Wylie 7th, 8th Grade Boys Continue Winning Ways Wylie Middle School boys basketballers continued their winning ways Monday night against arch-rival Bonham. The eighth grade team up- ped its record to 4-1 with a 26-18 win, while the seventh graders remained undefeated with an easy 44-28 verdict, their fifth win of the season. The Wylie eighth grade girls aJso won in an 11-7 defensive struggle. Wylie seventh grade girls wound up on the short end of a 19-10 count. Daniel Ruyle, with 14 points and four rebounds, led the way in the eighth grade boys contest. Teammate Ben Fulgham had seven points; Jeff Minick and Troy Garcia, two apiece; and point guard Beau Brown, one point. Garcia helped Ruyle on the boards, grabbing three re- bounds, and Brown was cred- ited with six steals. Wylie also won the eighth grade B-game, 10-2, with a well-balanced attack, and Jason Harndon scored all the points as Wylie won the "B quarter," 8-0. Wylie's seventh grade boys jumped off to a 36...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 9 Naaman Forest 9th Grade Boys Find Early Going Tough Naaman Forest's freshman boys basketball team is find- ing the going mighty tough in its first year of competition, but Coach Steve Kelly vows "we're going to get better and we're going to win some games." The Rangers picked on two strong opponents to initiate ^ their schedule: talent-laden South Garland and AAAA power Lancaster. And things don't get easier, as they compete in the South Garland Invitational Tourna- ment this weekend and take on Lancaster again Tuesday in Lancaster. Thereafter it's a steady diet of District 9-AAAA teams until the season ends Feb. 16. The squad will be split into two teams for district play, however, making substitutions a little easier for Kelly. In Tuesday's game, the Rangers led Lancaster 10-7 at the end of the first quarter and trailed by only 28-22 at the half. But Lancaster's su- perior height and outstanding floor play prevailed in the second half en route to a 60-37 victory. That came ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 10 Speaking Out! Question of the week: *What's your favorite junk foodT Replies and photos ol Sachse students were compiled by Kaylin Bailey. THE SENTINEL correspondent at Naaman Forest. JENNIFER HUGHS, 8th JEREMY KIESCHNICK, 7th grade: "Ding Dongs.' grade: "Hamburgers. DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE PRE-REGISTER BY CALLING 442-2540 Mon. & Tues. - Dec. 5 & 6 6 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. The Oaks Cafe - Wylie ,$30 Fee - 8-Hour Course - Certificate awarded upon com- pletion of class. Fee payable in class. 10% Discount Annually for 3 Years on Auto Insurance. Traffic tickets re- moved (if court-approved). ENROLL NOW! SAVE ON YOUR INSURANCE! SAVE PHONE NO. FOR FUTURE REFERENCE MIKE HUGHS, 9th grade: MATT PEACOCK, "Pizza." grade: "Chocolate." PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE We Do All Types of Mechanic Work Foreign & Domestic Vehicles Computerized Diagnostics 9th HEATH GOTTBEHUET, grade: "Nachos." 9th 106-A Birmingham Wylie Jim Taylor 442-4806 24-Hour Office Hours M-F 9:00 A.M.-6 P.M. Sat. 9:00 A....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 11 The Pet Doctor 1 I By CHARLES R. PIPES DVM, Diplomate ABVP Country Brook Animal Hospital Tick fever, or canine ehrlichiosis, is a disease in dogs caused by a microscopic organism that is transmitted to our canine friends by the bite of a tick. The disease produced can be extremely serious and even fatal if not attended to promptly. Erlichia was a tropical disease in origin and was in- troduced into the U.S. by the German shepherd police dogs returning from the Vietnam war. The clinical signs of a dog infected with the fever parasite are wide in range and therefore can make diagnosis of the condition a bit of a challenge. The dog may show one or all of the following - fever, bloody nasal discharge, weight loss, depressed appe- tite, lymph node enlargement, diarrhea, vomiting, neurologic dysfunctions, and even death. The disease also lowers the resistance of the body's immune system and makes the animal susceptible to other diseases. Diagnosis is made by blood cell counts and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 12 . IK*" H " Ww$m ' ! <h 4-H members watch expert meatcutter Plese Evans demonstrate his trade.... Evans guides Laura Roland, April Baker, Ellen Formaniak and Michelle Beach in proper cutting. . . . Bonnie Longacre gives tips with chocolate, and son, Peter, helps with posters. 4-H Members Study Art of Meat Cutting Retired butcher Plese Evans, Garland, has been sharing his expertise on meat-cutting with Sachse 4-H Club members. Evans, with more man 30 years of exper- ience, demonstrated the use of knives on beef and chicken, and for several members, it was their first experience touching raw meat. At the recent meeting, Bonnie Longacre also demon- strated melting and molding chocolate candy. e Justice Court Report ) t •; /-*. "WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS' WYLIE FLOWER & GIFT SHOP MARTHA KING - BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837 Drawer D Wylie, Texas Velda Williams, legal clerk, Justice of the Peace Dock Peel's Court, Wylie, reported the following activity for Nov....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 13 Lynn Bieber, First National Bank of Sachse, enjoyed a recent make-over from BeautiControl Image Consultant Glorya Mur- phy. Lynn spent her lunch hour with a quick course in color analysis and image improvement through makeup and skin care. Glorya conducted a workshop for the entire bank staff. C'l 1980 Chevrolet Suburban. Auto. Air. 350 V8. Two-tone. Duel Air. Loaded. Must see. $4,495. Ron, 442-4960. OAK FIREWOOD seasoned and green. 18" or 22" deliver- ed & stacked. 495-8173 or 530-2204. SHOPPING BY MAIL With over 5,000 products. Brand names: Sony, GE, Canon, Sharp, HotDoint. Ham- ilton Beach, and Jordache. Security Systems, Water Treatment Systems, Reading Network, Health 4 Fitness, Home Mortgage 4 VisaCard. Call Ken, 530-0510. FULL-SIZE 6600 gym available evenings and 530-9668. square-foot for rent Saturday. Call 1982 Buick Regal Limited. Auto. Air. Loaded. All the ex- tras. Family car. $3,995. Ron, 442-4960. MASTER ELECTRICIAN Residential 4 Commercial 24-hr service. N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

Page 14 Features Catalog products make home safer for kids By Bobbi Ignelzi Copley News Service Nearly 60,000 children are in- jured or die each year as a result of accidents in the home. Many of these accidents can be avoided if parents recognize and correct haz- ards around the house. To increase parents' safety awareness, Baby's Best, a Colora- do-based company, has published a catalog of child safety products. The catalog includes a compre- hensive safety guideline, which covers the house room-by-room, exposing hazards and teaching parents how to spot them. The catalog offers more than 50 items, all approved by the Juve- nile Product Manufacturers Asso- ciation The products include: •Kindergard Corner Cushions, self-adhesive plastic pads de- signed to help reduce injuries when children bump into sharp edges on furniture and doorways. •Gerry Door Alert, a small bat- tery-operated alarm that sounds when someone has opened a door or left one open too long. • Playskool's Cord Guard,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

• Treatment by several different professionals, each of whom is un- aware of medicines prescribed by others. • Lack of awareness about how a drug's effects can be magnified or altered in an older body. • Physical disabilities like poor vision or hearing that may make managing medicines or under- standing instructions more diffi- cult. • Intentional misuse such as not filling or not finishing a prescrip- tion. sharing medicines or taking Joo much or too little of a pre- scription. The pharmacists of NCPIE urge senior citizens about both pre- Mainly for Seniors scription and over-the-counter medicine. "Before you take it, talk about it." Talking about the medi- cations may be with your doctor or doctors and with your pharma- cist. Former Congressman Paul G. Rogers, NCPIE chairman, offers this advice for older people re- ceiving a prescription drug: Ask your doctor, pharmacist or nurse the following questions: • What is the name of the drug and what is it supposed to do9 • How and when...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 November 1988

m r m m Eddie Sims, owner of Sachse Feed & Seed, 6604 Hwy. 78, has combined saddle rebuilding and custom-made items for horses with his feed business. Well-known in the area for his ropinp and cattle penning expertise, Sims is working on a cattle-pen- ning show at South Fork Ranch in January, in case anyone is interested in getting in on the action. Sims offers just about any kind of feed for horses, cattle, sheep, goats, and poultry with a buy-back guarantee. He also has a wide line of horse care products and tack supplies. He's open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Wylie Council (Continued from page 1) issued in increments of $457,000 in 1989; $669,000 in 1990; and $447,000 in 1991. Johnson gave an example of the overall impact. A customer using 10,000 gallons is presently charged $50.30 for water/sewer. That figure would go to $56, reflecting a 11.3% increase, if costs are financed all at once. "We don't want to be number one in the area in sewage rates," ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

the Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 49 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE DEC. 7, 1988 Wylie Names John Akin Interim City Manager Taking over the reins at Wylie City Hall Monday ap- peared to be as natural to well-known Wylie resident John Akin as slipping on his black western boots. Akin, who serves as mayor pro tem, steps into the role without salary until a new city manager can be hired. The City Council formally accepted the resignation of John Pitstick as city manager on Saturday. At the same meeting, the Council appoint- ed Akin to the spot until a selection committee advertis- es and fills the vacancy "as soon as possible." Akin is familiar with the job. "It's been five years and 22 days since I served as acting city manager," he said Mon- day. He speaks softly, but with a strong sense of pride and purpose. Akin also has served three two-year terms as mayor -- 1977-1982 and 1984-1986. The interim manager fits the territory like a suede glove. Wylie is his hometown a...

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

Page 2 the geatiiiel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75048 (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 Christmas Decoration Contest Set Dec. 14 The Wylie Lions Club and Ministerial Alliance chili cook helped whet the appetites of Christmas parade participants and spectators Saturday. Waiting in line for their helpings are Dale and Angela LeFevre. Serving are head chef Robert Schraplau and chili cook chairman (and chief onion peeler) Vic Eggemeyer. Office Hours M-F 9:00 A.M.-6 P.M. Sat. 9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M EDWARD BROWN, M.D. Gener...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page £ Speaking Out! Question of the week: If Santa added a new reindeer to his sleigh, what would you like to name him? (Replies are from Sachse students in Crystal Nicholson's first grade class at Luna.) MISTI BARNES: 'Lance.' SHANTELL NELSON: 'Ru- LOUISFAGYAS:'Snowy.' DYLAN dot ph.' "Rush.' HIGGINBOTHAM: * ' !■ SHAUNA JACKSON: 'Rei- ny." Police Reports SACHSE Police activities reported in Sachse by Chief Tom Fenley are as follows: Nov. 28: Theft of service, 5500 block of Hwy. 78. Video tapes rented not returned; police are investigating. Burglary of residence in 3400 block of Blossom being investigated. Nov. 29: Suspicious person reported in 1900 block of Cornwall was workman on phone service. Police are investigating a residence burglary ir/ 5200 block of Brookhollow. Disturbance, 5500 block of Alexander. Dec. 3: Warning citation issued 'for loud noise, 5500 block of Brookview. Sachse firemen extinguished grass fire in 1100 block of Highridge. Major accident, Hwy. 78 at Brookvie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 4 M Luna PTA held a successful Santa's Secret Shop recently at the school. Mar- buying gifts for parents and friends. Pat Cartwright, shown center and right, ianne Tastle, kindergarten, left, and her fellow classmates join in the fun of and Shelly Maddox organized the special fundraiser. roipg nnnaannmncmoncq C.A. KERIN D.V.M. . Parker "Road Veterinary hospital 707 Parker Road Wylie, Texas 75098 (214) 442-6523 tour Calls Answered 24 Hours A Day Mon. - Fri. 8 - 6 Sat. 8 - Noon jolBBtiBihtJfeftOPPaHHBniPEEtanaPBmHpg j VILLAGE MOTORS °<? Mechanic On Duty lUne-up Special $39.95 SPECIAL: BURRITOS - 2 for $1.00 Complete Dell Menu FRESH COFFEE Roadside Station Corner Hwy. 78 & Kirby Wylie Phone 442-1560 'Egg Rolls ' Fried Chicken 'Vegetable Stick * Stuffed Peppers 'Chicken Livers & Gizzards 'Burritos * Fried Potatoes 'Frozen Yogurt * Dip Cone Ice Cream 'Variety of Beverages 'Take Out Orders Manager: Oebi Watson 6220 Highway 78 Sachse, TX 75098 (214) 530-6130 Could you make ...

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

Page 5 1988 Wylie Christmas Parade Among participants in Wylie's annual Christmas parade Saturday were, le.. io right, mem- bers of Girl Scout Troop 1728, First State Bank's tractor-driven train of wagons, and miniature horses from Sachse's Tinker Toy Horse Farm. m -o Marching units included, left to right, Sachse's Kids in Motion, North Texas Performing Arts Academy, and That Wylie Band. Iiniaue entries were Fun & Games gyro, left, and the Wylie High School girjs basketball team UaZ (irin Henry, engineer). And, of course, no Christmas parade <s complete mthout Santa Claus himself.

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

'age 6 MAYOR'S UPDATE: City News and Comments By Larry Holden "**5 The announcement that Fujitsu America, Inc., plans to locate a major office, re- search and manufacturing facility in northeast Richard- son is great news for the en- tire area, including Sachse. The economic impact of the new facility, which will be constructed on 100 acres in the Shiloh Road/Blackburn Road vicinity along the High- way 190 corridor, will radiate into Richardson, Garland, Piano, Murphy, and Sachse. It will be years before the facility reaches its full propos- ed capacity of 3,000 to 6,000 new jobs, but as these em- ployees arrive they will need places to live and shop. In the last couple of years, we've done a lot of adminis- trative groundwork in Sachse for the arrival of new resi- dents and business. So we'll be ready. * * * Open house for the new Mu- nicipal Service Center has been set for 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8. Every Sachse citizen is invited to attend the ribbon- cutting, tour the facility and...

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