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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Fresh picked — plant to plate Page 13 Just one of the many advantag- es of growing our own vegetables and fruits is being able to pick and eat them at the stage most person- ally pleasing to each of us gour- met gardeners. I'm thinking of such non-com- mercial delicacies as raspberries and blackberries soft and plump, just about ready to fall off the plant: small and super-slim snap •ins. juicy and tender; newly med babv peas, delicately suc- culent tucked in young pods; baby courgettes, young zucchinis plucked when just a few inches long; fully ripe, almost-past-red tomatoes, packed with thoroughly matured flavors and long past the point of exportable toughness; young beets and carrots, small and tender, sweet and juicy, globe artichokes, huge and partially opened already for the extra fla- vor that only a really mature ma- ture artichoke flower bud can bring Another luxury available only to the grower-eater of these and other such delicacies is the nutri- tional and flavorful adva...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 14 Neighbor's latchkey children worry her By Willard Abraham. Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I'm worried silly about some- thing that my husband tells me is none of my business. His advice is brief, taking only two words: "Butt out." But let me hear what you think. Our neighbor is a single parent who works full days. Her children (two boys who are about 10 and 12 years old) are alone at home after school for at least two hours. I think of all the terrible things that can happen to them in this age of child abuse and kidnapping. Although I am on speaking terms with this mother, we are not close friends, so I hesitate to tell her my concerns. Nothing has happened to the boys as far as I know, but it can, and that is what worries me. A. Although your concern is laudable, it really isn't your prob- lem. Youngsters this age are often capable of caring for themselves for short periods of time. I feel less secure in thinking about younger children who are left alone. So-called "latchkey...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

Page 15 adults this will provide a major opportunity to shift from "proper- ty rich/cash poor" to "cash rich=nvestment-income rich" as a personal refinancing mechanism. For many mature adults this might be very advantageous. Q: I have in my possession a verv valuable book, which I would like to sell. Where do I start? — A.H., North Fairfield, Ohio. A We have received a number of similar letters, so in this step 1 will try to handle all of them First, check your local tele- phone book for a certified ap- •aiser. This is a professional, cer- led business. A telephone call may draw interest or suggestions. You might also buy a neat little handbook, the "Where to Sell It Directory," from Pilot Books This little resource lists, by category. Mainlv for Seniors several businesses that buy art, artifacts, antiques, collectibles and more. What do you have in your attic? Perhaps there is a good price available for it. The new edition of the "Where to Sell It Directory" is available for $3.95,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 July 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing-Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. SPECIALS!!! Nice 2-1-4-plex, WBFP, washer and dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. 1977 Toyota Corona Wagon One owner. Very good condi- tion. 5-speed. $850. 530-0004 ENROLL YOUR BABY through school-age child with us. Act- ivities galore! Excellent pre- school curriculum. Transport Luna and Wylie schools. First week: 10% discount. 442-5994. GARAGE SALE: Toys, furni- ture, clothes, and lots of mis- cellaneous. 1301 Bozman Rd., Wylie. Saturday only! ACREAGE MOWING, vacant lots, free estimates, very reasonable. 475-7999, John. WILL BABYSIT all ages in your home day or night. Ex- perienced. 495-2746. CHILD CARE in my home. 6 years experience. References. Fenced yard. Activities. In Sachse off Hwy. 78. Easy ac- cess fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

Qie §ei\,tinel VOL. XIII, NO. 31 LARGEST CIRCULATION WEEKLY SERVING SACHSE - WYLIE - NORTH GARLAND AUGUST 3. 19«P y / ■iiiiW Area Farmers Feel Effects Of Long, Dry Summer The summer's drought hasn't been felt nearly as much in the Wylie/Sachse vicinity as in other parts of the state or nation, but one Wylie farmer's succinct des- cription of how he had been affected was: "Considerably." "Dub" Dickerson said that last year this time he made some 280 rolls of hay off one field. This year that same field yielded 49 rolls. Assisting Dickerson with his 100-some-odd cows and hay- ing are his father, William, 78, and his son, Brit. "Four years ago we were hit hard by a dry spell. I had run out of hay by fall and had to haul from the Red River. But now I've got enough in my barn to last two years. We're even selling a lot. We'll survive. We have since 1936," Dickerson said. Since the '40s, the Dicker- sons and Charlie Bozmans have raised crossbred Brahm- as. Dickerson jokingly said: "You ca...

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

Page 2 Qie §eq,tii]el NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (214) £30-1100 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 (hose of the editors. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday The Sentinel is distributed free weekly to all homes in Sachse and Wylie. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Fund Opened at Sachse Bank To Assist Brian Gillis Brian Gillis, 16-year-old Sachse spastic cerebral palsy victim, underwent a revolu- tionary operation on Wednes- day which may allow him to walk for the first time. The breakthrough surgery's estimated $20,000 cost, plus scores of additional ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

, .. ,.< K Page 3 Speaking Out! QUESTION: "If you had your choice of anywhere in the world to vacation, where would you want io go?" ±m SHIRLEY COONLEY, Sach- WILMA DONALDSON, Far- DEANNE PECK, Wylie: COREY MARLOWE, Sach- se: "Germany -- to see my mersville and Wylie: "The Ha- "Hawaii -- for the sun and re- se: "West Berlin." son." waiian Islands." taxation." THA YNE AHMAD IAN, Dal- las (Sachse visitor): "Austra- lia." Hi FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE We have the key to meet all your banking needs. DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday/Thursday/8:00-7:00 Friday People & Service Make the Difference (214) 530-7999 MPACT LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thur8day/9:00-7:00 Friday FDKS 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 7MW& 1=1 LENDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

Page 4 Police Reports Sachse Chief Tom Fenley reported the following activity for Sachse police from July 22 to 28: July 22: Damaged window, 5200 block of Dixie Circle. Arrest on a traffic violation in the 5600 block of Hwy. 78. Suspicious subject in the 5900 block of Hwy. 78; person was taken to Garland city lim- its. Fire on Blackburn Road, where a utility pole fuse blew out. July 23: Arrest of a white male on outstanding warrants in the 5400 block of Hwy. 78. July 24: Loud music, 6100 block of Billingsley; warning citation issued. Arrest of a person who turned himself in on Sachse warrants. July 25: Reckless driver re- ported on Parkview. July 26: Arrest on Sachse Police Department and Dallas Sheriff's Office warrants by Mesquite police. July 27: Suspicious vehicle in 3800 block of Salmon. A black male arrested on Sachse traffic citations in 6400 block of Hwy. 78. July 28: Police assisted a motorist at Murphy and | Blackburn. Suspicious vehicle ' in 4500 block of Parkdale; police...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

'"•v'•/ . ■ •*. > Page 5 Report to the Citizens Since first elected to the Council in 1985, I promised to keep residents informed about Sachse- related municipal events through reports about every six months in The Sentinel. This is another of those reports. , x iU. , 4, ^ .. 'Sewer Review--As our sewer bills haven't been reduced, some residents may think the Council isn't doing much about the unfairly determined, out-of-line rates Garland charges to treat our wastewater. Virtually every day something is done toward solving this grave situation. There's been a dozen meetings in recent weeks with officials from Garland, Wylie, Rowlett, Mesquite, the North Texas Municipal Water District and others, including legal experts. And there will be even more activity on our sewer rates in the next few months. Some of the activity will likely be negative such as Garland's expected annual increase in wastewater treatment charges. We should receive Garland's proposed '88-'89 rates for Sachse ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

Page 6 New Teen Amusement Center To Open in Wylie, Aug. 12 Kenny and Joyce Powell have announced plans to open a teenage amusement center in Wylie's Oaks Cen- ter. The grand opening, sched- uled for 10 a.m. to midnight Aug. 12, will feature KEGL disc jockey Jimmy oteal. The new teen center, to be called Odyssey, will feature 18 video games, a pool table, juke box, cold drinks, hot dogs, and nachos in one room. A second room will have a disc jockey booth, dance floor, and seating. "Eventually, we hope to have laser lighting in the DJ room,H)Powell said, "but we are going to have stationary lights to start with." Powell and his family, Wylie residents for the past three years, said they decided to open Odyssey "to give kids something to do . . . keep them off the streets ... and provide a good atmosphere." There will be no entry fee during the day, but after 7 p.m. there will be a door charge of $2.00 per person and a re-entry fee of $1.00 per person. "We plan to keep prices down, so ...

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

Page 7 Story Hour at Wylie Library H \ Judy Winningham and Christopher Wash. Laura Marble, Madelyn and Jeffrey. Library Volunteer Mary Lou Spingola and Lisa. Kyle Neeley, left, and Jesse Sweet. Tina Homey with her foursome- ■ Theresa. Sarah, Emily, and Gregory. Chris Bailey, son of Mark and Carmen Bailey. C Beth Brewster, children's librarian, with attentive groups at Wylie Library. Beth demonstrates how to imitate an elephant.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

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

w CORNER BY DR. CHARLES CARTER, D.D.S. The presence of fluoride in our drinking water has result- ed in a significant decrease in tooth decay. Fluoridation is the process of adjusting the fluoride to the most advantageous level in water supplies which are fluoride deficient. This optimum level of fluor- ide produces no harmful effects. Fluoride works in several ways. It is incorporated into the enamel of children's teeth as they are forming, making them more resistant to decay throughout the children's lives and it also helps repair the earliest stages of decay. The optimum level of fluoride in the drinking water in this part of the country is 0.8 parts per million. Make Contact! Crisis Center of Collin County handles calls 24 hours a day. 542-8500 LAVON DRIVE BARBER SHOP OPEN SUNDAYS 494-6505 LANDERS SHOPPING CENTER (Castle & Lavon Dr.) GARLAND Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ of "seeing through a glass darkly," 13:12. He is referring to a part of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

Page 10 DROUGHT (Continued from page 1) guess they're draining the tank." Chianina cattle raiser Chris Jacobsen, Sachse, said he's felt the impact of the dry spell because he's having to buy more hay and pay a higher price. "There's a strong likelihood that I'll be putting down hay toward the end of the summer instead of the end of Novem- ber. If there's no rain, it could be as early as 30 days." Up north on Hwy. 78, Raymon Montgomery works 1700 acres in Copeville. He is just back from South Texas, where he has spent about a month cutting maize and corn around Corpus Christi and Robstown. "Grain was bringing $5.30 when I got down there and $4.25 when I left. They are really affected by the drought down there, but, frankly, I haven't suffered." Montgomery, who has helped his dad all his life (his parents are Carl Raymon and Rheda Beth Montgomery, Wylie),jhad crops while in high school and has farmed for eight years on his own. At 24, Montgomery says he's probably the youngest farmer ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

Page 11 Wylie Independent School District Grade School Supply List for l988-'89 KINDERGARTEN 2 Pkgs. Manila Drawing Paper 12 x 18 2 Pkgs. Assorted Color Con- struction Paper 12 x 18 1 Box Markers (Crayola 8 count) Regular or Pastel 2 Box Crayons (Crayola 16 count) eencils (Big Mickey) ox Poster Paint 2 Bottles Elmer's Glue All, 4 oz. 14-canSet Pla-Doh 1 Super Safety Scissors FIRST GRADE 1 Box Crayons (16 count) 1 Supply Box 1 Pair Pointed Scissors 1 Bottle Elmer's Glue All, 4 oz 1 Box Kleenex (200 count) 1 Dozen #2 Pencils 1 Pink Pearl Eraser 4 Pocket Folders SECOND GRADE 1 Doz. #2 Pencils 1 Pair Pointed Scissors 1 School Box 1 Pkg. Wide-lined Notebook Paper (200 sheets) 2 Bottles Elmer's Glue All, 4 oz. 2 Pocket Folders 2 Spiral Notebooks 1 Box Crayons (16 count) 1 Box Kleenex (200 count) 2 Red Pencils 1 Pkg. Colored Construction Paper 12 x 18 THIRD GRADE 1 Loose Leaf Notebook 2 Pkgs. Wide-lined Notebook Paper (200 sheets) 4 #2 Pencils 1 Bottle Elmer's Glue All, 4 oz 1 Pair Pointed...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

■zjM. Page 12 Feature Section happy and comfortable. She didn't need "women's lib" to make her life satisfying. Baby makes father's mealtime a horror By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. My wife insists on feeding our 18-month-old at every meal with both of us when 1 am at home (breakfast and dinner), and each one is a horror. Messy food all over the place, yelling at the baby for being such a slob (my wife does it constantly), and a generally impossible situa- tion that I can't stand. How about a few ideas to help preserve my sanity? A. Let me suggest some for you and your wife to consider: Feeding the baby before you and your wife sit down for meals; sometimes taking over the responsibility for her; making sure the food is ap- propriate and attractive; provid- ing food in very small portions, not forcing the child to take more than he or she wants; controlling between-meal snacks so there is an appetite at mealtime; recogniz- ing that children have food likes and disli...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

Page 13 to beautify your home and make adjustments in lifestyle. LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 - Also Libra Ascendant) — Your popularity is high, your personali- ty magnetic — get out to meet people and express your ideas. It's a good time to shop for outstand- ing bargains or a luxury purchase Short trips, letters and phone calls bring good news. Knit/woven substitutions C SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 - lIso Scorpio Ascendant) — Work '<n your plans in private, focus on "details and unearthing secret in- formation. Upgrade your personal appearance and demonstrate charm. You could close a lucra- tive business deal that notably fat- tens your bank account. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 — Also Sagittarius Ascendant) — Accept social invitations, be open to new possibilities and your love dreams could come true! A secret meeting with important people will broaden your influence and add to prestige. Take a lead- ership role with confidence CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 — Also Caprico...

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

Page 14 Brochure; P.O. Box 2163; Grand Central Station. New York. NY 10163 STEREO FACTS First, there was the record cyl- inder. Next, at the turn of the cen- tury. came the wax record. Then, after stereo was introduced in the 1950s, everyone asked: What will be the next innovation in phono- graph records'' The answer to that question is tiny, silvery and the hottest thing in audio today: the compact disc. If you're thinking abut investing in one of these remarkable laser devices, there are some things you should know How much do CDs cost? Will you have to replace your speaker9 Why do CDs carry recordings only on one side9 FRGGBIGS These questions and many more appear in a booklet called All About Compact Discs and Play- Since 1928 serving more families, filling more needs Our new customers usual- ly come to us for just one kind of insurance, say, auto. They like our personal con- cern - our fast, fair, friend- ly service. Then many also switch their homeowners or other insurance to ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

This book works the planning and execution details around the intri- guing concept that backyard gar- dens planted intensively could just about satisfy a nation's need for vegetables - while the adults in the family work full time at regu- lar jobs. The author shares his ex- perience in developing an attrac- tive and efficient suburban garden that produces an abundance of vegetables, fruits and, eventually, honey from bees and meat from small livestock. c "Creative Home Landscaping" Ortho Books; 352 pages; hardcov- er; $24.95. Here is a complete nuts- and-bolts guide to creating a pleasing home landscape well adapted to the home owner's life- style. from analyzing the home site and drawing a plan to assess- ing cost, installing lights and wa- tering systems, constructing pa- tios and walkways with various materials and. finally, selecting and planting vines, trees, shrubs, ground covers and lawns A most useful landscape plant guide of- fers an extensive encyclopedia of each of these...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 3 August 1988

MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation- Notary-Public Typing-Insurance filing (Medicare & others) 442-2974 Wylie. SPECIALSHI Nice 2-1-4-plex, WBFP, washer and dryer connection, carport, ceiling fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. MARY KAY COSMETICS For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., 495-3828. WILL BABYSIT all ages in your home day or night. Ex- perienced. 495-2746. CHILD CARE in my home. 6 years experience. References. Fenced yard. Activities. In Sachse off Hwy. 78. Easy ac- cess for Wylie, Rowlett and Garland. Lisa, 530-3765. A CHILD NEEDS lots of love and care. This is what I have to offer. References. $35 special. 530-7878. WANTED: Day care provider. Must have references. Call 414-8493 after 5:30 p.m. DALLAS WRITERS' Newsletter sample for only $2 ang SASE; Only place.to find market trends, selling tips, class listings, and pertinent news for writers and would-be writer?, 17910 Kelly Blvd., #259, Dallas 75252. TEEN CEN...

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