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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

Epilepsy in Dogs SACHSE CALENDAR Epilepsy in dogs is a rela- tively common disease char- acterized by recurring bouts of seizures. Like epilepsy in humans, it is a poorly understood disord- er of the nervous system. In some cases, the cause can be determined; in most, the Icause of the seizures is un- identifiable. Regardless of the reason, the common situation at hand is a repetitive, uncontrolled "firing" of the nerves in the BIRTHS Amanda Blair Pomarantz Richard and Charlene Pom- arantz, Rowlett, announce the birth of their daughter, Amanda Blair. She arrived Aug. 9 at Wylie Community Hospital, weigh- ing 6 lbs., 14 oz. She has a brother, Andrew. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Pomarantz, Dal- las, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zappala, Methuen, MA. Kolbi Shea Moore Kip and Tami Moore, Wylie, are parents of Kolbi Shea, born Aug. 16 at Wylie Com- munity Hospital, weighing 7 lbs., 11 oz. She joins a four-year-old sister, Shantel. Grandparents are John and Susan West, Wylie; Merlin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

Page 10 Question: "Can you help me understand the Bible?" This question could be an- swered with pages and pages of meaningful and helpful information. The Bible is God's book for man. Part of the Bible was for mankind at a certain period of time. Another part was for a different period and for a different people. The third part is entirely different from the other two parts. First, we must understand that the Bible for the first approximately 2500 years, as recorded in Genesis and Exodus until the giving of the Law of Moses, was for the patriarchs (heads of families). God spoke directly to the family head in visions, angels and dreams. This was the Patriarchal Period. Second, this period contains the law given to Moses on Mount Sinai and lasted for about 1500 years. The Law of Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES', MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Moses lasted until Christ died on the cross and the church began. This law is found from Exodus 20 through the Old Testament. The Jewish people...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

Letters To ThE EdiioR Letter to the Editor and Friends in Sachse: There are no words I could that could express the ^Te and gratitude I have for everyone who sent their pray- ers and support for us while Brian's been in the hospital. Thanks especially to those who helped without being asked. Wendy P., Kay S., and Larry Holden . .. you've made a difficult time easier to bear, and I really appreciate your friendship. Tough times make you realize the most important things in life aren't things, but people. And here in Sachse there are some very fine folks. Thanks, Debra Gillis & Family, Dear Editor: I'm usually not a "Letter to the Editor" writer, but I was so overwhelmed by Carol Bearden's letter in last week's Sentinel that I felt compelled to express my appreciation. In her letter, Carol said I did a "fine job" detailing the Council's achievements of the last two years in my Report to the Citizens Aug. 3. I was stunned and genuinely pleased by her comment, since it's the only po...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

Page 12 Feature Section Seniors, do as you please — if it's legal By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Q: Please tell me what senior citizens can and cannot do. — V.S., Cadiz, Kv. A: At whatever age you consid- er yourself a senior citizen — there is no "national" standard — you may do whatever you please, as long as it is within the law, of course. Forget any assumptions or myths that you might have been taught over the years about as- sumed debility, or having to slow down, or anything. There are 90- year-olds who run and complete marathons, 70-vear-olds who trek in Nepal and other senior citizens who teach and serve as scout mas- ters. The great black baseball pitch- er, Satchel Paige, many times an- swered the question about why he was still playing baseball profes- sionally at age 65. His position was that age doesn't mean a thing. There are no assumptions about what you can or cannot do In response, he asked a reporter once: "How old would you be if you didn't know how old...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

Page 13 He suggested shoppers not con- centrate on brand names, but rather on what is the best buy. "If you think 'Italian salad dressing' instead of 'Wishbone Creamy Garlic,' you're going to save more money," said the Cap- tain. I finally agreed to compromise on big bottles of Slice. The Captain had a coupon for one free bottle with the purchase of three, for a total of $2.37 for all four bottles, or less than one penny an ounce. This compared to nearly 3 cents per •nee for six 10-ounce cans of the ft drink. But I stood firm on the Coke. It had to be in cans. The Captain shook his head. "You know, you don't have to worry about the soda going flat in these big bottles anymore. Modern carbonation processing has over- come this problem and if you reseal the cap very tightly, little carbonation loss should occur," he said He added that if you gently squeeze the plastic bottle before putting the cap back on, the carbo- nation will last even longer. The Captain interjected plenty of hand...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

Page 14 nicating with others. That is not how it was when I was in college. The teacher spoke (lectured), I took notes, reviewed them, and learned from them. Have times changed, or is my son off on a strange track? A. Effective college and univer- sity faculty have always taught in various ways, based on their com- petencies and the learning theo- ries they favor. Their students learn in different ways too. ^Vir' Ckildri en A gag that went around many- years ago was that when an in- structor used the lecture method the ideas often went from the notes of the teacher to the notes of the student without going through the minds of either. Classroom discussions in which students participate may provide stimulating, learning experiences, but in the hands of an unskilled teacher they can be somewhat. wasteful. Encountering various instruc- tional methods may be worthwhile for many college and university students. To either praise or con- demn any particular one may be a futile exercise, fo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

its with neighbors are favored. LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — Let go of bur- dens that don't belong to you and complete a project in private. Make a new start in personal ven- tures — all signals should be "go." Focus attention on financial mat- ters, your bank accounts and in- terest rates. VIRGO: (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 - Also Virgo Ascendant) — Your magnetism is high and you can fiake friends and influence people asily — make the most of it' Someone behind the scenes could be a strong ally who bolsters your self-confidence. Be diplomatic and take a leadership role. LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 - Also Libra Ascendant) — Be opti- mistic and charming — opportuni- ties abound, so make independent, original new starts in career. Groups and friends could help you reassess your goals, hopes and wishes. A secret that delights you may be revealed now. SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 - Also Scorpio Ascendant) — Study, travel, discussions and publishing are favored — just don't ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 24 August 1988

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Qie Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 35 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE AUGUST 31, 1988 Coach Sam Terry and his 1988 Wylie High School football team were introduced to the public Tuesday night at a giant pep rally on Ballard Street in downtown Wylie. The football team, coaches, cheerleaders, and That Wylie Band entertained. • ■■ V Wylie School Board Holds Tax Increase to 3 Cents The Wylie Independent School District board, con- vening in special session Monday night at the Adminis- tration Building, by a 4-1 vote arrived at a tax assessment figure of $1.04 per each $100 property evaluation. This is an increase of three cents per $100 from the old rate, but is four cents less than the $1.08 rate originally proposed by the board. The 1988-89 budget of $9,741,037 represents an in- crease from last year's budget of $9,231,663. Of this amount, $1,823,124 is allocat- ed for debt service and $7,917,913 is for the general operating fund. Only a handful of people voiced oppositio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 3 Speaking Out! Question of the week: Name your favorite teacher and why. H k mmm ■, * • LINDA SHAUCHUNAS, Wy- lie: "My history and govern- ment teacher in Alexandria, VA. He not only had a gen- uine interest in providing us with a good education, but he had concern and compassion for all of us." Linda works for Mayor Chuck Trimble. TAMMY JUSTICE, Wylie: My VOE teacher, Lois Jones in Wylie, who prepared me for this job, and I've been here four years." Tammy's with Tim MiHis & Associates and Richard Parker Real Estate. KEELEY ROAN, Wylie: "Miss Williams, who taught oceanography in Rockwall." Keeley's at independent Bank. LORRAINE JOHNSON, Sachse and Garland: "Mrs. Bates, my fourth grade teacher at Big Springs in Gar- land. I accidentally called her mom one day because she was so sweet. She told me it was okay, so I called her that from then on." Lorraine's a senior at Berkner. Ma 90 / JACK SALMON, Sachse: "My history teacher, Tom Allen, at Bryan Adams in Dal- las. He was a C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Pag© 4 Homemakers to Delve Into Candy and Scarves The first meeting of the Sunny Sachse Homemakers Club will feature a program on "Candy Molding" by Bonnie Longacre and "Magic with Scarves" by Margie Sutton of Annette's. The group will meet at the First United Methodist Church at 1520 Blackburn, Sachse, at 9 am. Wednesday, Sept. 14. A nursery will be provided and members are asked to take a covered dish for the luncheon. For further information con- tact Pamela Baker, 530-1665. PTA Plans Under Way Hearing Center Opens At Naaman Forest In Rockwall The Naaman Forest Middle- High School PTA will be organized at a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6 in the school cafeteria By-laws will be presented for adoption, charter members will be enrolled, and officers will be elected. Contact Elizabeth Peacock, temporary chairman, for fur- ther information at 495-7945. Need someone to talk to? Crisis Center of Collin County handles calls 24 hours a day. 542-8500 Hearing Professional Center- Roc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

# / F5lms VJdl© h Pfc. Austin Terrell (Trey) Pittman, U.S. Marine Corps, at boot camp graduation in August in San Diego. Pittman Graduates At Top of Class Mike and Glorya Murphy, Sachse, flew to San Diego for the recent graduation of their son, Pfc. Trey Pittman, from U.S. Marine boot camp. Trey finished at the top of his platoon of 90 men. A 1987 graduate of Lake- view Centennial High School, Trey will continue training in Officer Candidate School for the next two summers. He plans on a career as a lawyer in the Marine Corps. Now in his second year at McMurry College, Abilene, Trey plans to serve in the Reserves until graduation from law school. As honor man of his platoon, he received his dress blues uniform. | PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED GRILL BOTTLES FORKLIFT BOTTLES WY. £ BAIT & TACKLE 2700 Hwy. 78 - 1/2 Mile North of City Hall 442-5604 OPEN SATURDAY 7 A.M. - 7 P.M. SUNDAY 1P.M. - 5 P.M. /-rf-WTTT- • v M cgMiyp&dLr • ,• Mobil Home Service Poles RESIDENTIAL As members of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 5 Food Service Menus | mmiBiiiii a®©©! - •!' J Mv- Wylie Independent School District MONDAY HOI.I DAY LABOR DAY TUESDAY Hot Dog with Chili and Cheese French Fries linked Beans Cliewy Chocolate I Cookie | (> WEDNESDAY Chicken-fried Steak Mashed Potatoes Muttered Broccoli Hot Roll Jello Chiffon THURSDAY Crispy Tacos Lettuce and Cheese Frijoles Fried Rice Soapapilla 8 FRIDAY Spaghett i Tossed Green Salad Seasoned Croon llo.nr Garlic Bread Sugar Cookie Garland Independent School District Monday Labor Day Student and Staff Holiday Tuesday * t Pizza * Tuna Salad + New Potatoes + Fried Okra + Applesauce + Pinto Beans + Tossed SaladyFrench Dressing + Pear/Cottage Cheese t Rice $ Dinner Rolls Strawberry Shortcake Brownies * Milk, Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice Wednesday * Chicken NuggetyCream Gravy Toasted Cheese Sandwich + Whipped Potatoes + English Peas Carrots t Pinto Beans + Tossed Salad/French Dressing I Rice $ Dinner Rolls } Cornbread Chocolate Cream Pie Coconut Cream Pie • Milk,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 7 3UUUUUI SPORTS Naaman Forest Faces Greenville Thursday In School's First Football Game Wylie Hosts Cedar Hill In Friday Season-Opener Wylie's Pirates kick off their 1988 football season Friday with an 8 p.m. home encount- er against talent-laden Class AAAA rival Cedar Hill. Last year the Pirates were done in by the passing com- bination of Graeme Moore to Bert Milliner. But a lot of teams were burned by that duo, as both went on to win all-state hon- ors. Moore, the quarterback, has graduated but Milliner returns. He brings with him outstand- ing credentials. Although only 5-7 and 150 pounds, he was the leading Class AAAA pass receiver in the state with 54 receptions for 1,064 yards and 10 touchdowns. Five offensive and seven defensive starters return from a team that posted a disappointing 6-4 record despite outstanding individual performers. Wylie will have an entirely different cast on hand Friday night than the 1987 team which posted a 9-3 mark. Two offensive starters, ru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 8 Guitar Program Opens in Garland A ne* mus<c educa*.^ pro- gram de^gred fc cm drer fi/e to 12 «■ :>eg - a* tr e Wwody S^oc v'5 S Sarard Gar ard. ' Sec T'eC' tc//" sr 5"> grar *aa deve ioed * / ^e, - 'ar/V 0* Sou*'*e**%rr >' • /ersit/ A care" • ■„ e^oo-raged o !?"% %'/// ,•*' ♦'% o'i c a.-, 'a/v oe a/%' ra' 'tarsfr'a - vo /%-%' • : a i' greyer • * tstr jcty E'r Arrod vaud '//% try to Ti/e "e eafirg experience a bonding e/e^* 'a"e' ar i^watjrg ore' Student* ea/n classic guitar technique through specia; y vrarged folk melodies wnich aJlow> the child to learn to pla/ ail styles from rock to ja^z Enrollment costs S15 and each student receives learn- ing materials upon enrollment Tuition is $;7 per month. Steve Storie Named Precinct Chairman The Collin County Republic- an Party hac appointed Steve Storie, Wylie, to the position of precinct chairman Storie hao 11 years exper- ience in law enforcement and serves as vice president of the DaJlas Football Officials Associa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 9 I MUSICAL EXERCISE A total body work-out to contemporary music, emphasizing aerobic conditioning as well as muscle toning and stamina improvement. Instructor: Cindy Kimmel Location: Middle School Gym Fee: $ 28.00 Dates: September 13-December 15 (1A weeks) Day & Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m. BEGINNING SEWING A beginner or refresher course; will learn to lay out patterns, mark, & construct garment, or sew basic curtains or your home, your choice; must bring own machine. Fee: FREE Dates: September 19-December 13 (13 weeks) Day h Time: Mondays & Tuesdays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. WINTERIZING YOUR POOL Learn how to get your pool ready for winter with the least amount of fuss or bust; bring all your questions & Lionel & JoAnn will try to supply all the answers. Instructors: Lionel Buchanan & JoAnn Schweitzer of Year Round Pools Location: Middle School Fee: $2.00 Date: October A Day & Time: Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. structor: Marcia Knight ocation: Middle...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

3age 10 Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ When Hope is Lost Question: "I have three questions: Did Adam and Eve eat an apple when they ate the forbidden fruit? How long was Noah's family on the ark? Does the Bible say that the time will come when you can't tell one season from anoth- er?" I am sure that all commerci- al apple growers love to hear the answer that is often given by those who are careless in their Bible study. The Bible does not reveal the kind of fruit that was forbidden; read Genesis 2:17; 3:2-12. It could have been any kind. At the time the ark was be- ing built by Noah under God's direction, there was a long period of time when Noah was warning the people of the impending destruction. We find the destruction of the flood recorded in Genesis chapters 7 and 8. Genesis chapter 7:11 states that Noah and family went into the ark when Noah was 600 years old in the second month and the 17th day of that month. He left the ark when he was 601 o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 11 Letter to the Editor Take Time Dear Editor; I am writing this letter to clear up a falsehood circulat- ed a week ago by a local busi- ness. The owners of the business wrote their customers that costs would be increased jecause city officials refused grant a variance on an Tuition which is being constructed on their place of business. They had requested a var- iance from the existing city code which requires brick or masonry structures. They wanted the addition to be metal, which would be consid- erably cheaper. First, let me point out that city ordinances call for mas- onry buildings for two key reasons: (1) to maintain a standard for community growth that aids attraction of new businesses (which will re- duce the tax burden on res- idents); and (2) to help keep property values high. The variance request was denied by the Board of Adjustment in keeping with the present building code. The owners of the business asked their customers to thank city officials for the in- creased...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 31 August 1988

Page 12 Feature Section Salaries improving in teaching field By Willard Abraham. Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. We are very disturbed be- cause our son wants to be a high school English teacher. He is now a junior in college. I know that it is respectable and all that, but what about raising a family on the limited salary in- volved" He already has a steady girl- friend who also wants to go into teaching. They talk about being married soon after they graduate from college and get their first teaching jobs. Because both of them are very set in their ways, I'm sure their job goals are firm. Why don't young people think about the future and the financial demands it will make on them"1 I hate to have them learn the hard way, but what can we do about if A It may be little consolation but a lot of us came through the same kind of "hard way" after not thinking very much about our fu- ture responsibilities Still, we learned and managed to survive. It is so difficult for you (and many other pa...

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