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

Page 7 Sachse City Council Acts On Zoning Changes Action on several proposed changes to the zoning ordinance and an appointment to the Planning and Zoning Commission were key agenda items at the Sachse City Council meeting Monday night. In considering a number of proposed changes to the ordinance, the Council agreed to continue the requirement of 75 percent masonry exterior construction on all homes and unattached garages, added the option of dirt berms to the screening wall requirement, reduced parking requirements for day care facilities, maintained I 1/2 story residential construction restriction in some lot size categories, and adopted the provision that no 1-2 zoning district may be established adjacent to any zoning district that is primarily a dwelling district. The Council appointed Joe Wesner to the P&Z Commission to fill the vacancy created when Trina Campbell resigned. In other action, the Council members handled the following: "Approved an agreement between the City ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

n~ne 8 SPORTS Whitesboro Latest Victim Of Wylie Middle School Wylie's seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams continued their winning ways Monday night at Whitesboro. The seventh graders won, 35-23, and the eighth grade triumphed, 30-15. Wylie girls teams weren't as fortunate, the seventh grade losing a 17-14 decision and the eighth grade dropping a 26-17 count. Brandt Locke led the way for the seventh grade boys as they ran their record to 7-1. Locke had 11 points; Paul Blencowe, 5; and Greg Smith, Jeremy Moore and Jason Norton, four apiece. The Wylie seventh grade boys B-team also won, 11-0, with John Luxton scoring four points. Ronnie Sebren came off the bench to score eight second- quarter points, leading Wylie to a 13-0 halftime advantage in the eighth grade boys tilt. Daniel Ruyle also had an eight-point quarter, the fourth, and finished as high scorer with 13. He also had six rebounds and teammate Troy Garcia chipped in with five re- bounds. Jeremy Daffin came off the ...

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

Page 9 Lady Pirates Take Third In Princeton Cage Meet Wylie's Julie Morrow races to get the bait out of the corner in Friday's game against Princeton in the Princeton Invitational Tournament. Princeton won the game, 49-38, and went on to win the tournament. Morrow scored 43 points in three games as the Lady Pirates took third place. Lady Pirates on a Roll With Fourth Win Wylie's Lady Pirates chalk- up their fourth win in five games Tuesday night with a thrilling 48-47 victory at Royse City. Michelle Holley led the way with 18 points, while Kelli Whittington had 10. Team- mates Jody Svoboda and Julie Morrow added six points and Leslie Wilbanks, just pro- moted from the junior varsity, added five points. The Lady Pirates got off to a bad start and trailed 14-8 after the first quarter and 22-19 at the half. Turning point was the third period, with a 16-11 scoring ad- vantage. The win raised Wylie's season record to 4-4, helping erase a disappointing 0-3 start. The junior varsity had an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 10 Community's Scott Roderick returns an interception 13 yards shortly before haJfime in Saturday's Wylie Sports Association all-star game at Pirate Stadium. The score was 0-0 at halftime, with Community dominating play in the first two quarters. How- ever, Wylie rallied in the final two periods to post a 13-0 victory to close out the 1988 football season,. COUNTRY JUNCTION RESTAURANT 6024 Hwy. 78 - Sachse 530-9475 6:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. M-F 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat. & Sun. MERRY CHRISTMAS! JACK & JANIE DUKE TAKE-OUT ORDERS WELCOME BANQUET & PARTY ROOMS AVAILABLE PRESENT THIS COUPON FOR I DINNER AT REGULAR PRICE, RECEIVE 2nd DINNER 50% OFF GOOD THROUGH DEC. 31 Naaman Forest Bows To Lancaster Freshmen Cheerleaders performed throughout Saturday's Wylie Sports Association football all-star game at Pirate Stadium. Three groups, totaling 85 members and representing each of Wylie's three regular season teams, performe'd and combined for the halftime drill team routines. Chiefs c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 11 Holiday Concert Set at Spring Creek The music department at Collin County Community College announces a holiday concert at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- day, Dec. 15, in the Confer- ence Center Pavilion at the Spring Creek campus. The first major concert of the school year will feature the CCCC Jazz Choir, Collin ^ounty Community Choir, j#^'adrigals, Flute Trio, and the | ^Dazz Lab Band. Michael Crawford, music coordinator, will conduct the choral ensembles. Don Fab- ian, adjunct instructor and director of the Texas Saxo- phone Quartet, will conduct the Jazz Lab Band. Priscilla Ochran-Holt, adjunct instruct- or in music appreciation and flute, will play with the Flute Trio. The concert is free and open to the public. For information, contact Crawford at (214) 881-5807. Sachse Chamber To Hear Hwy. 190 Talk The Sachse Chamber oi Commerce will meet Tuesday at noon at Park Lake Baptist Church. Guest speaker is Martin Glenn, Garland, who will dis- cuss the status of Highway 190. Food Service ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 12 Members of the Sachse Homemakers Club, left to right, Pam Baker, Aulene White, and Bonnie Longacre, with decorated pumpkins for the Serenity Haven Nursing Home, Garland. In November the club toured Pace Housp, Garland. Homemakers 18 to 98 are invited to the meetings each month at First United Methodist Church, Sachse. PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE We Do All Types of Mechanic Work Foreign & Domestic Vehicles Computerized Diagnostics 106-A Birmingham Wylie Jim Taylor 442-4806 24-Hour DUANA YATES - 0wn«r 495-0836 530-1850 Gotewoy Piozo #5 ■ 5560 Hwy 78 NEW LOCATION^ soch... /•*o, •BALLET* 'JAZZ* "TAP* 'TWIRLING* 'TUMBLING* 'CHEERLEADING* 'DRILL TEAM* * TOTS-IN-MOT ION ACTIVITY TIME' 'SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL* 'ADULT DANCERCIZE* •BOYS' SKILLS* For Information Call 495-0836 or 530-1850 Malcolm J. Wall, M.D., P.A. Diplomate American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery Joint Replacement Surgery Treatment of Arthritic Joints, Trauma Orthopaedic Surgery Sp...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 13 Question: "Please give your opinion on Christians observ- ing Christmas. Should this be kept in memory of Christ's birth? How do you feel about the exchanging of gifts? Did you believe in Christmas when you were young?" D.C., Sachse. The World Book Encyclo- pedia states: "Christmas is the day on which Christians Clebrate the birthday of Jes- Christ. No one knows exactly when Jesus was born. "Scholars do not know the exact date of Christ's birth. For more than 300 years, people observed His birthday on various dates. In A.D. 354, Bishop Liberius of Rome or- dered the people to celebrate on Dec. 25. He probably chose this date because the people of Rome already ob- served this day as the Feast of Saturn, celebrating the birthday of the sun." The word Christmas comes from the early English phrase Christes Masse which means Christ's mass. The account of the birth of Jesus is recorded in the Bible in Matthew Chapter 1 and 2 and in Luke Chapter 2. Man has set a birth date for Jesu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 14 Features Capture the scent of the holidays SEW EASY By Madeline Hunter Copley News Service Q: With the holiday season near- ing I'm already trying to think of original gift ideas for all those special other people, teachers, off- ice mates, etc. I never seem to have enough of these "small-type" gifts around and thought that this year I might try making a few myself at home. What suggestions do you have that would work for a variety of people? A: I recently had the pleasure of a friend's compliment on some potpourri that I had given as a gift last Christmas. I, too, find so many unplanned times when a small gift is needed during the hol- idays and always try to keep some items handy. The potpourri, by the way, was a holiday mix. a spicy scent with lots of cinnamon, that I had found in a museum shop. The package was quite expensive as a single gift, but contained plenty to sepa- rate into amounts to stuff sachets. The scent held up well and my friend said that all year it gave...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

Page 15 < rent and historical uses of money and to develop a practical under- standing of money concepts. This unit gives students the opportunity to learn how to create a budget based on their weekly expendi- tures, chart the data to see how the money is spent and calculate how long it will take to save for a special purchase. This freebie's a great invest- ment. Give it to your students and you may see some change — in Lollars and cents sense. Ask For: You And Money. Call: 800-544-666. MA residents call collect 617- 523-1919. "Freebies" is compiled by Free- bit's Magazine, a national publica- tion that features free (or postage- and-handling-only) offers you can request through the mail. To receive information about Free- bies, send a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Freebies Magazine, P.O. Box 20283-CP, Santa Barbara, CA 93120. Your Horoscope Guide ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — A finan- cial obligation could lift and you may recover a recent l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 December 1988

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Qie Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 50 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE DEC. 14, 1988 V. k * - a-i * BM&iJ ih,if W isy\ Hours before a Dallas restaurant/deli picked up this cookie house, the special handiwork of Tilly Bee, Sachse, she was putting the final dozen or so of more than 1,000 cookies on the creation which also required 35-40 pounds of powdered sugar and over four quarts of egg- whites. Tilly's been making the houses (miniatures, too) for several years of the 27 years she's worked at Kuby's in Snider Plaza, Dallas. Her family opens their gifts on Christmas Eve and on Christmas everyone will gather at her house for a big German celebration with lots of tasty food. Tilly is a native of Pirmasens, Germany. Kuby's will donate this cookie house to Children's Medical Center after it is displayed for the customers. Sachse Chamber of Commerce Hears Talk on Highway 190 Contracts are to be let in calendar year 1989 for the third phase of Highway 190 -- that portion w...

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

Page 2 rGie §en,tii\el 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 7he Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday r Christmas Remembered: 1850-1930 By Mary Allene Jones Four-year-old lona couldn't take her eyes off the beautiful porcelain doll lying in the stylish wire carriage under the freshly-cut Christmas tree. It was 1907 and the young child had been brought to the long-awaited Christmas tree party in the one-room school house at Billingsley and Sachse Road. Even today, lona Ingram has warm memories about the evening, and that prize...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 3 Party Time for Wylie Women's League Some 130 Wylie Women's League members and guests gathered at the Holi- day Inn/Piano for a gala Christmas party last Friday. Doug Frasier pulled a band together the night before the party when scheduled band members be- came ill. Steve Curtis won the TV and lots of other prizes were awarded. Left to right are Kenny Hamar, Wanda Bledsaw, Charlene McVay, Linda Hamar, League founder . . . Mike and Jule Miller ... J.C. and Brenda Worley . . . Joy and Rudy Lopez. More Leaguers, left to right: Tom and Elayne Mayes . . . Mary Lou Spingola, Judy and Tom Ranley. Karen Andersen, Annette and Bud Naish . . . Alan and Phyllis Leverett and eaBngeHBHaEWgiaBBHaBligBHigBBIBEyBBSHHSIBBBHBSHEIBggBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBEBBHHBHHBHaHB! Great SeLections New MERchANdisE ARRiviivq DAily Plus In-Store SpEciAls! All Jumpers 20% Off V 0 CoMptfMENTiBy Hot Cidcn While Yoc Shop s ^Vv? o v) S*- Nv 6^ [ E A R O O M OPEN II f DAILY °\l r0 o y$ s^r U/\j r'L Bargains! IV £s DAS HA^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 4 «r%i 2k \ k *• Sachse Go-Getters in December were treated to a talk by the Rev. hick DuBose at Sachse Assembly of God Church. Left, Thelma Stanton and Mildred Jay listen to the pastor. Center, Eloise and Edith Bailey and Ruth Franklin. Right, left, to right, are Dot Sumners, Mildred Young, Cleo Hutson, and Nate Davis. ★ * DANCt * * * TWIRL * * CALICO KIDS "Come join the fun " m 1517 Buckingham Plaza at N Garland Ave 495-1719 or 279-6666 ★ 18 MOS. TOTS CLASS * BOYS SKILLS if Home in on the best insurance protection, Your home is one of the biggest investments of your life You need protection you can count on For over 60 years, the professionals with the Farmers Insurance (iroup of < .< >mpanies haw been helping millions of people get the best insurance protection for their homes. LARRY BRADLEY Agent 530-0309 5628 Hwy. 70 - Sachse Iiir s*m Superior Senwe In November, Sachse Go-Getters heard Attorney Joe Greenleaf, right, Dallas, discuss wills and trusts. That's Jana He...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 5 Speaking Out! Question of the week: What is the most unusual gift you ever received? % mm DAVID BREWER, Best Li'I Hair House in Texas, Murphy: "A clump of dirt. I was in Italy and homesick and my sister sent me a package of good old Collin County terra firm a." CELIA MOORMAN, Weight Watcher leader, Garland: "A girdle from my mother -- and I had just reached my goal weight." JACKIE DANIEL SON, All- supp's, Sachse: "A huge box from my husband which con- tained two teddies on a statue of a knight in shining armor." LUTHER EDDLEMAN, Just Kidstuff, Garland: "My aunt gave me a Mickey Mouse night light but I was 32 at the time." BOB WILK, Ana's Hallmark, north Garland: 'A felt-handled jump rope- - three years ago." Highway 190 Talk (Continued from page 1) on tne expansion of Highway 78, an issue of extreme im- portance to Sachse and Wylie. "It is my understanding that construction of a six-lane di- vided highway on Highway 78 to the Collin County line will start in 1992," he said. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 6 Police Reports WYLIE Wylie Police Department reported the following activity for the week: Dec. 5: Noise disturbances at 400 block of Marble and Village East Apartments; verbal warnings given. Major accident, Hwy. 78 at FM 544. Arrest made at business on Hwy. 78. Medical emergency, Lavon Terrace Apartments; ambulance required. uec. 6: Criminal mischief, 600 block of Hwy. 78. Minor accident, Hwy. 78 at FM 544. Dec. 7: Burglary of vehicle, 800 block of Mardi Gras. Criminal mischief. FM 544 at FM 1378. Disturbance, 200 block of W. Stone. Abandoned vehicle reported in 200 block of N. Jackson. Dec. 8: Prowler reported in 500 block of Kamber; police unable to locate. Theft of gas on Hwy. 78. Warning issued at disturbance at Rustic Oak Apatments. Dec. 10: Family violence, 100 block of N. Winding Oak. Harassment reported at Rustic Oak Apartments; subject removed from property. Medical emergency on S. Second required ambulance. Major accident, Stone Road. Criminal mischief, Lucy Lane....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 7 a special guest week. The guest will be in school at the end of the week for pictures with students. Any idea who? "You'd better watch out... " Holiday cheer is here! It's time for Math and Science Club parties and Spanish Club fiestas. Many groups, in and out of school, are hosting yuletide parties in celebration of - what/who? Is Christmas only a big party? As we celebrate this holiday season, let us remember the real reason for the season. What does Christmas mean to you? I Rudy Lopez, Custom Signs by Rudy, Wylie, received the plaque Tuesday from the Chamber of Commerce for being named Business of the Month. Humorist Addresses Wylie Chamber Jim Campbell, man of many voices, entertained the Wylie Chamber of Commerce Tues- day -- from his opening ditty a la Johnny Cash to TV and radio greats like Jonathan Winters and the Lone Ranger. All were reminiscent of growing up in the '50s and '60s. Watching and listening to Campbell was like pressing the rewind button on the VCR and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Wylie 7th Grade B-Team Wins Quinlan Tournament Wylie's seventh grade B- team is as strong as some A teams. Just ask Quinlan. Coach Rick Harrington's Wylie B-teamers won the Quinlan Tournament last weekend, defeating Quinlan's A team, 21-19, and Commun- ity, 24-15. The eighth graders weren't as fortunate, finishing third in their division. They lost to Quinlan A, 48-22, and defeat- ed Quinlan B, 33-25. Jeremy Moore, with eight points, keyed the seventh grade win over Quinlan's A- team with eight points. Stephen Marks and Jason Norton chipped in with four apiece, while Chad Stafford and John Luxton each had two points. Scott Sweeny and Todd Ferguson also were singled out for good play for Wylie. In the game with Commun- ity, Moore and Norton each had 11 points and Luxton added a pair. Cory Shelton and Neil Wise, although scoreless, were cited for ex- cellent play. The eighth grade B-team was routed by Quinlan A in its opener, but bounced back to beat Quinlan B and take t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 9 school. Tuesday's victory came after a 35-13 win over Bussey and a 37-31 defeat at the hands of Austin. Sellers was unable to score until midway through the second period as the Rangers dominated the boards and played air-tight defense. The halftime score was 23-7. Eight players figured in the scoring, led by Ashley Ar- jj^kle's 12 points. Richard ^Rcheta had eight; Casey Chestnut, six; Quist Wallace and John Ackerman, four each; John Browning and Os- car Johnson, three each; and Michael Manning, two points. Wallace, with eight points, was leading scorer in the win over Bussey. Jason Geno- veese had six points; Ancheta, five; Brandon Edmunds, four; and Mike Burnett, Jason Hadley, Arbuckle and Browning, two points each. Naaman Forest led at the half, 18-7, and coasted the rest of the way. Wallace, Ancheta and Browning each scored 10 points in the loss to Austin. The victors led 19-16 at haJf- time and 24-20 at the end of three quarters. The seventh grade Rangers" next outing w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 10 Birmingham Elementary honored students for special accomplishments during the second six- weeks at its Top Kids assembly. Among the award winners were, left to right, Suzy Smith, perfect citizenship; Steven Messenger, most improved; Cheryl Simmons, perfect attendance; Justin Chit- tendon, top language arts; and Mar v Meghan, top math. New Hours Set For Wylie Library Wylie Library hours are as follows: -- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. -- Tuesday - noon to 8 p.m. --Saturday - 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., starting Jan. 7. Rosanne Burgess, new li- brarian, announces that there are "lots of new children's books available, including a number of Easy Readers." Starting Jan. 5, Valerie Wig- gins will conduct a pre-school story hour at 10 a.m. on Thursdays. students of the month for November at Hartman Elementary were, front, Nelson Graves, left, and Josh Newsom. Back, left to right, Nick Martinez, Reggie Onstott andMicah Gracy. Rowlett Florist & Gifts Cut Arra...

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