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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Question: "What do you think is the greatest need in the world today?" We must first eliminate physical needs because they fade into insignificance when compared to the spiritual needs of man. Matthew 16:26. I believe we can arrive at the greatest need by eliminating that which would not be the greatest. Jesus is not the greatest because he has already PRe himself a Saviour to all the obedient, John 10:10, Matthew 1:21. Truth would not be the greatest need because the truth is the word of God and was given completely by the end of the first century. I believe the greatest need is knowledge of God's word. Jesus said, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free," John 8:32. He said that we are "sanctified through the truth," John 17:17. Paul said the "gospel is the power to save," Romans 1:16. The great commission of preaching the gospel into all the world was for the purpose of knowing what to do to be saved, Mark 16:15-16; Matthew 28: 18-20. "As newborn babes, desire...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 12 .^r Food Service Menus Wylie Independent School District >'S£ MONDAY TUESDAY Chicken Nuggets Macaroni and Cheese Steamed Broccoli biscuit Chilled Pineapple 19 Hamburger French Fries Lettuce and Pickles Merry Christinas Cookie THURSDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY HAVE A JOYOUS CHRISTMAS! 23 Garland Independent School District Monday Tuesday 19 Hamburger or Cheeseburger • Ravioli ■t Baked Beans + Turnips & Gieeens + Cauliflower/Cheese t Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Fruit Cocktail/Cottage Cheese J Rice } Dinner Rolls t Cornbread Pineapple Coconut Pie Peach Cobbler Christmas Treat • Milk, Choc. Milk + Fruit Juice 20 SpaghettiVMeal Sauce Toasted Cheese Sandwich + Retried Beans + Mixed Vegetables + Buttered Cabbage + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Carrol & Raisin Salad t Rice t Dinner Rolls t Cornbread Banana Pudding Strawberry Cake/Icing • Milk, Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice Wednesday 21 * Chicken Nuggets/Cream Gravy * Managers Choice + Creamed Potatoes + English Peas • ■ Season...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Page 13 Assisted Care Living Program Proposed in Wylie "It was so nice having my niece and her daughter stay with me for two weeks. The best part was having someone to talk with while I ate breakfast." These are words from a longtime Wylie resident and a very active 85-year-old lady. She keeps her house, flowers and yard A herself and is very ^if-sufficient in every way, but just having someone to talk to at breakfast was so satisfying to her. For the December meeting of the Happy Circle meeting at the First Baptist Church of Wylie, Chuck Trimble introduced Dr. Tony Goodwin and Brenda Sullivan. These professionals in care for the elderly presented a program on Assisted Care Living. This new concept is designed to keep widows, widowers and older married couples independent, active and healthy years longer. The folks are kept involved in churches and civic affairs, and the best part - they would not have to leave Wylie, their neighbors and friends. The plan: Individual apartments for ...

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

Page 14 Features Looking for the perfect Christmas tree By Patrick Denton Copley News Service As the days advance into the month of December families eve- rywhere begin selecting or cutting the trees that will become center- pieces for their Christmas cele- brations. The rituals and traditions that become attached to the acquisi- tion. setting up and decorating of the Christmas tree become the stuff of cherished childhood mem- ories I can recall vividly as a small child struggling up hillsides with my older brothers and my father, seeking out the perfect tree. I re- member this as a very serious procedure, requiring much trudg- ing through toilsome terrain and careful appraisal of many trees until the very fattest, most Christ- masy one was finally chosen. Then came the ceremony of the cutting, and pulling the tree down the hill where it was strapped to the roof of the waiting car and brought home There, the tree was given a bucket of water while we drank hot chocolate amidst much d...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

Wylie City Council (Continued from Page 1) aluminum cans, paper and glass) and proceeds from collections go back into civic projects, such as park im- provements. Further discussions are planned between Council and REAL with anticipation of starting the program in Wylie. Council approved an amendment permitting collec- tion of perimeter street fees • an individual basis, but ch such request must be approved by Planning and Zoning and the City Council. In other action, Council ap- proved payment of $47,537.90 to XIT Paving for part of the street reconstruc- tion program (Stone, Birming- ham and Ballard Sts.), and agreed to pay $251.11 to Elaine Sims for damages to her car on city property. TAX, ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING SERVICE For individuals & businessec by experienced CPA. puLL-SIZE 6600 square-foot Reasonable rates. Free pickup & delivery. 442-6027 OAK FIREWOOD seasoned and green. 18* or 22" deliver- ed & stacked. 495-8173 or 530-2204. HOLIDAY BAKERS, get Watkins P...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 December 1988

ONE STOP FOOD STORES, INC. 5444 Hwy. 78 Sachse Khaled "Ken" Anwary Co-Owner and Operator QUALITY GAS 8 GROCERIES COMPETITIVE PRICES 6 A.M. - II P.M. Seven Days A Week 530-1594 Chevron vsq* ,r/rwf5s m*■ i "• E V fr -2 .S* ■«■* pi' 'Wf*& # " sSw . r I S« lllp tMHjfuvtti * fVA jMjg y m #■«* * • iS/ 4M'"- 5 ; '* | ' More than 35 Current Periodicals including TV GUIDE & PEOPLE MAGAZINE and a variety of sports magazines and magazines for children and adults. FISHING SUPPLIES DAILY NEWSPAPERS, CAPS & NOVELTIES. Hot Dogs 2for99< Fresh 'N Hot Sandwiches Slurpees, 22 oz. 49< Barbecue Sandwich $1.49 Coke & Cherry Nachos $1.29 With Chili & Jalapeno Pepper Mrs. Baird's Pies 3 for 99< Apple, Cinnamon, Cherry SALE! COLD DRINKS Single S 6-Pack ft FREE 8-OZ. COFFEE TO CUSTOMERS (No purchase necessary)

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

— the Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 51 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE DEC. 21, 1988 r* Luke Archer, son of Mickey and Sandra Archer, Sachse, greets Santa Claus at Sachse City Hall Saturday and receives an early gift along with around 275 other youngsters. Santa reminded the kids that if they planned to leave him a snack, chocolate chip cookies are his favorite (Curtis Doyle likes those cookies, too.) Wylie's Akin Reinstated As Acting City Manager John Akin has once again resumed duties as temporary city manager following a thorough check into the .legality of the matter by the ylie City Council. A possible conflict was triggered by an article which appeared in the Texas Municipal League magazine. The writer of the article focused attention on several case histories which were similar to the situation in Wylie. However, all the cases in the article referred to paid positions. Akin serves without a salary. The Council, meeting last Thursday night, first declared that "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 2 the Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75Q48 (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. May the joys of this Holy Season fill your hearts. Good tidings to our fine friends and customers. Wylie Crafts & Supplies 120 N Ballard •442-3609 St. Nick worked in a visit Saturday to Wylie's independent Bank, posing with kids of all ages. Left to right, Jake, 5, and Jamie, 18 months, cildren of Bart and Kathi Reeves, Wylie . . . . Center, Stacy Largent, Lavon, Rockwall High, and Gary Jones, Copeville, Community High student Right, Elliott, 3, son of Robert and Patty Flint, Wylie. Sachse Council ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 3 AV. V Like the wise men of old, let us worship the new-born Prince of Peace - may He bless you and yours. vH FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE WHERE PEOPLE & SERVICE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE (214) 530-7999 LOBBY HOURS: DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: |MMPAC¥ 9:00-3:00 Monday - Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday ( 8:00-6:00 Monday - Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday cnus 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas 75048 IOw*> -OuVWG LENDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 4 I ■ m Santa in Sachse: Left to right, Bill Grant assists with the gift handout Satur- day from the City of Sachse to local youngsters, including Timothy Reed, son of Rick and Janice Garrison . . . Chrystal Williams whispers her want list Tyler Whitecotton assures Santa he's been good all year. w7mfm : Bertha Hernandez, Eric, Eloy and Gabriel join in the Sachse party... Ryan South, Sachse, and Amanda McSweeny visit the man in red... Right, Laura Sanders gets her gift from Santa In the drawing, Tyler Foxworthy and Lindsey Overby won $100 apiece and Lauren Overby won bond. the $50 savings ^Das ^cmdu/e/ik ^aus, OPEN CHRISTMAS EVE 8-1 We Have A HUGE SELECTION of COUNTRY JUMPERS Small-XXLarge CRAFTS GIFTS GALORE! TEAROOM LUNCH 11-3 Gift Certificates Available Don't Miss the Saturday Hourly Specials Come Join the Fun. We'll entertain you! 5560 Hwy. 78, Gateway Plaza Sachse (Next lo Gulf) (214) 414-0004 Mon. & Thurs. 9:30-8:30 Tuesday, Wed., Frl. 9:30-6:00 Sat. 10-5 Sun. 1-5 Wrap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Water Talks (Continued from page 1) order remains the same - to get rid of pump and haul - but we will take a different approach to what was originally stipulated. "We plan to have the design plans in by March I. Then as soon as bids are in and we roceivR funding through the' Water Development Board, the agency which issues the bonds, construction will start ^wiediately.* Akin (Continued from page 1) possible, one of the Councilmen said. The City of Wylie is also looking at top candidates for police chief and will make that decision in the near future. UP TO $1,000 FINE FOR LITTERING. Page 5 ■ v'.' ■;/ Santa joined the breakfast crowd at McDonald's in Wylie ager Pam Hale.... Right, Angie Ford, Lavon, tells Santa (a Saturday and posed with, left to right, Owner Ruben Flores; "Super Bob" lookalike) her wishes for the big day. Stacy and Ashtin Ackles; Karie Roody; and Breakfast Man■ Greetings An of us wish our many friends and customers a very happy holiday. Thanks for your patronage. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

age 6 Police Reports WYLIE Wylie Police Department reported the following incidents for the week: Dec. 12: medical emergency in the 200 block of Ray Krebbs; ambulance answered. Abandoned vehicle on Hwy. 78 impounded. Stolen vehicle, Wylie High School. Prowler reported in 100 block of J. R. Avenue: police unable to locate. Dec. 13: Solicitor, 1300 block of Devonshire. Phone harassment, 300 block of Winding Oak. Dec. 14: Vehicle in ditch, McCreary Road; arrest made. Dec. 15: Minor accident, S. Fourth and Park and at Fourth and Masters. Theft, 800 block of Autumn Hill. Dec. 16: Disturbance, 100 block of Mardi Gras. Arrest of suspect for attempted murder. Assisted in CPR at Wylie Community Hospital. Burglary of vehicle, 1000 block of Hwy. 78. Shoplifters arrested in 200 block of S. Ballard. Minor accidents on Hwy. 78 and at Ballard and College Streets. Abandoned vehicle tagged in 100 block of E. Stone. Injured person, CR 587, Lavon; ambulance called. Attempted suicide, 300 block of S. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Kage 7 f Wylie Christian Care Center's Santa and his helpers, left to right, are Rosa Longoria, Aaron Chimbel, Marie West, Jenny Houser, Marie Adding ton of Lavon, and Lydia Greer .... Marie Rozier, Murphy, and Marie Moss, Lucas, assist with food distribution. Wylie Christian Care Center Spreads Christmas Joy Enthusiasm ran high last Saturday at Wylie's Christian iG Justice Court Report Velda Williams, legal clerk in Justice of the Peace Dock Peel's court, reported the following activity between Dec. 1-17: Cases filed: 26 for Department of Public Safety and one for Texas Parks and Wildlife. In civil, there were two evictions; four justice civil suits; two writs of execution; and one case appealed. As for dispositions, cases paid included 123 for Department of Public Safety; one, Texas Parks and Wildlife; six, hot checks; and three, defensive driving for a total of $1,728.50. Three criminal cases were tried by judge and found guilty before the court, resulting in $156.34 in restituti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Defense, Whittington Outstanding As Lady Pirates Turn Back Princeton Lady Pirates Consolation Winners in Coppell Tourney Wylie's varsity/junior varsity Lady Pirates took consolation honors in last weekend's Cop- pell Invitational basketball tournament. Down 15-0 after the first quarter against Kaufman in the tournament opener, the Lady Pirates roared from be- hind to score a 50-47. That sent them into a match with Red Oak's Lady Hawks Friday afternoon and the Lady Pirates came away on the short end of a 44-40 count. Facing two games Saturday, Wylie elected to send its jun- ior varsity against Aubrey's varsity in the 9 am. Saturday game. Aubrey used its ex- perience and size to romp to a 49-18 victory. Fully expecting to play at 4 p.m. or 7 p.m. in the peculiar round-robin tournament, Wy- lie was shocked to find it was automatically awarded the consolation honors and through for the tournament. Ironically, Kaufman came back Saturday to beat Red Oak and Aubrey, but Red O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 9 ,« «**•> / /. / # 1/ *""" / ; V' c ✓ / w* * *** .Wmrnv/'^- ■ 0** M Members of the Naaman Forest drill team perform during haJftime at ninth grade home basket- ball games. Lakeview High By STEVE PEARSON Lakeview Centennial High's canned food drive to help need families was a tremendous success. The students want to thank the communities around Lakeview for really pitching in. All the choirs joined forces to produce an exciting Christmas show in mid-December. In February, the choirs will stage a cabaret-style dinner show with the theme "Hooray for Hollywood." The varsity basketball team is off to a 4-3 start. Many sports prognosticators are selecting Lakeview to win district. School support is high for the season's gymnastics team. The LC gymnasts are defending state champs. ri Merry Christmas From B. J.'s HAIR PLACE 5848 Hwy. 78 - Suite 115 Sachse Center 495-3828 o ****************** 'ay,Wy.'^v, Sv, m Wy.'.vt ay, av.'ay. ,n HAPPY HOLIDAYS LET US TAKE THE WORK OUT OF YOUR CH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 10 Otitis i.a < wwernm % mm A home owned by Mark and Vicki Haseloff, 4528 Parkridge Circle, was declared overall winner in the Sachse Christmas Decorating Contest, sponsored by Citizens for a Progressive Sachse. Best theme in Sachse's Christmas Decorating Contest was this window display at the home of Dee Shanklin, 1104 Meadow Lane. gM's. 4 >s tU « *, mB * * * * * ijiipl, H* Johnny and Barbara Baker, 1508 Vicksburg, won the lighting contest with this outstanding display. The judges' special award went to Leonard and Barbara Morg- an, 4505 Parkdale Circle. CALICO KIDS "Come join the fun " 1617 Buckingham Plaza at N Qartand Ave 495-1719 of 279-6666 State Inspections * 18 MOS. TOTS CLASS ★ BOYS SKIJ.IS ★ New Tires & Batteries Flats Repaired Foster Service Center Owned - Operated by Mike Foster Haseloff Home Overall Winner Mark and Vicki Haseloff, 4528 Parkridge Circle, took one of the top prizes in the yuletide decorating contest in Sachse. Sponsoring the annual in- divi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Speaking Out! Question of the week: Recall a happy Christmas moment from the past or a special gift you treasure. Page 11 ■ A ; LISA REDA, Larry Bradley's Farmers Insurance, Sachse: "When I was seven, I came home unexpectedly from my sister's at midnight on Christmas Eve and was thrilled to discover that Santa had already been there. I woke up everybody. My mother vvasnot thrilled." WHS Honor Roll Second Six Weeks All A's: Grade 12: Shelley Bidwell, Heather Fambro, Blake Herman, and Nancy Weaver. Grade 11: Joseph Bean and Kelly Terry. Grade 10: Holly Bishop, Tonia Bonura, Dorlinda Dill, Jonathan Heischman, Jennifer Howrey, Erika Kirsch, Bryan Link, Evangelina Longoria, and Janice Weaver. Grade 9: David Doyle, Coby Philips and Ryan Thomas. One B: Grade 12: Dawn Bissell, Gregg DeMasters, Richard Green, Daniel Heischman, Maria Knowles, and Laura Marlow. Grade 11: Bryan Lee, Hilary McAdams, Christy McCoy, and Kelli Stewart. Grade 10: Eric Culbertson, Cynthia Dugger and Paricia Roberts. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

' Page 12 IS IT TRUE you can buy jeeps for $44 through the U.S. gov- ernment? Get the facts todayl Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. 8410A. FIREWOOD $125 per cord; $65 half cord; $35 quarter cord. Delivered & stacked. 442-2141. NEED A GOOD PLUMBER? Any repair problem. Honest. Licensed. Very reasonable. Anytime. 442-4940. MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation - Notary Public - Typing - Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house in Sachse. Fenced backyard. $425 a month. $200 deposit 530-7327 or 442-3123. HOLIDAY BAKERS, get Watkins Products' ground pepper and white vanilla from Lock Shop and Trophies, Hwy. 78, Wylie, between Wylie. Super Market and Fina. 442-1220. CHILD CARE IF YOU WANT a clean and safe home for your child, call 530-7878. $35 SPECIAL FOR SALE: Blue Fox Jacket. Size small. Insured for $2,300. $500 Cash. 530-9...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

Page 13 QUESTION: What reasons allow a divorce to be scripturally right before God? Civil law allows a divorce for a multitude of reasons. Civil law must take second place to a superior law which is God's law, in my way of thinking and teaching. God's word teaches that God is not pleased with divorce because someone has sinned when a divorce is legal spiritually. Malachi 2: 15, 16: "Therefore take heed to your Fspirit, and let none deal treacherously against the wife of his youth. For the Lord, the God of Israel, saith that he hateth putting away." The Catholic Church teaches there is no reason allowed for a scriptural divorce permitting a remarriage. Some churches teach that almost any reason allows a scriptural divorce. The Bible teaches the godly origin of marriage, Genesis 2:24, 25. Thus we see that the home is one of the two divine institutions on earth. The other is the church which was divinely prophesied and divinely purchased by the blood of Jesus, Acts 20:28. The Bible tea...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 December 1988

. Page 14 Features Gifts to give gardeners By Patrick Denton Copley News Service If all my friends and family members were as keen on garden- ing as-1 am. Ihtv would be a good deal easier to shop for at Christ- mas. Garden outlets, bookstores and gift shops abound at this time in a most extensive and varied se- lection of beautiful and useful gar- dening aids at all prices. A garden book geared to a per- son's special interest is always a very appropriate and welcome present, as is a gift certificate that eliminates completely the guess- work from your selection. Garden- related calendars with illustra- tions of plants and flowers make for year-long enjoyment in any household of garden and flower lovers. I've noticed during this past year many new models of decora- tive pots at local garden outlets. Last spring I treated myself to several moderately priced, beauti- ful clay pots for re-housing my large bird of paradise and clivia plants. And I've noticed, too, some new styles of mol...

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