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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

^ Owl Tracks a 1 •d 8 to 9 u ■ • >. i i Cl 0 1 / By RONDA ELTON Garland High School is proud to sponsor a new "ATTACK program to combat failures at GHS. From 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, help is available to students who want to improve their grades. Teach- ers and student peers are available to tutor, teach good study habits and organiza- tional skills. Students who volunteer are to be commend- ed as they are giving up their own study time to help others. The Dashing Debs officers won awards from Who's Who Among American Drill Team Girls. Congratulations! The Mighty Owl Band competed at University of Texas at Arlington on Oct. 8. The Drumline received a second division rating. Billy Eubanks and Stan Carter of Sachse are members. The Color Guard received first division rating. The MOB par- ticipated in the annual Garland Band Festival Mon- day and will now compete in the District 3 UIL on Tuesday, Oct. 18. Sachse residents involved in FFA are Ty McKee, who has a heifer as his pr...

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

Page 14 Feature Section to concentrate almost exclusively on one thrust at a time. Alert par- ents approach that kind of empha- sis as you have, but may diplomat- ically provide opportunities for friends and other involvements to open doors for enjoyable broaden- ing experiences. Should budding author be discouraged? By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. Our 8-vear-old daughter seems to have one all-consuming pleasure in life these days. She likes to write, about anything and everything, her friends, family, dolls, movies, books, neighbors, the supermarket and malls, her dresses and shoes. Name it, and it is a subject for discussion on paper. The writing itself sometimes can't be deciphered, the grammar is questionable, and the word meanings are somewhat obscure, but nothing holds her back. My husband and I are never discouraging, but a few members of our families are critical of our accepting, and even encouraging, all this productivity. Do you see any reason for us to c...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

in a private tete-a-tete encounter You will be in the limelight so look your best. LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — Not the time to force issues with career superiors — be diplomatic. You could play the role of peacemaker at a fami- ly gathering. Be creative and work on imaginative, ambitious plans in private. VIRGO: (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 — Also Virgo Ascendant) — Travel, education, advertising and long- distance matters are favored. riate differences in your ca- arena and take a leadership role. A romance could get more serious and lead to a commitment. LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 — Also Libra Ascendant) — Finan- cial news could clarify matters and you can negotiate shrewd bar- gains now. Concentrate on long- range projects, travel and educa- tion affairs. Delays in career mat- ters are temporary so don't be discouraged. SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 — -Vlso Scorpio Ascendant) — Your mate or partner can be key to de- veloping a productive endeavor — listen' Seriously ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 12 October 1988

«• SICILIANO'S Taste of Italy Now Open In Sachse! 7218 Highway 78 442-4850 Buy one, get one for With This Coupon Sachse Location A SAMPLE OF OUR MENU: Ziti 5.95 Meat Ravioli 6.95 Cheese Ravioli 6.95 House Specialty 6 .95 Veal Scallopini & Spaghetti 9.95 Chicken Cacciatore & Spaghetti 8.95 Gallina Bianca 8.95 Steak Pizzaiola & Spaghetti 13.95 Fettuccini Alfredo 8.95 Side Order Sausage or Meatballs 1.95 BAKED DISHES: Combination of Four Items * 10.95 Manicotti 6.95 $2.99 ■«*<•■ * Mf *r*r* m m r. Cannelloni * Lasagna Stuffed Shells Baked Ziti * Veal Parm & Spaghetti Eggplant Parm & Spaghetti Boneless Chicken Parm & Spaghetti 7.45 6.95 6.95 6.95 8.95 7.45 7.95 APPETIZERS: Antipasto 5.00 Tossed Green Salad 1 50 Minestrone Soup cup 1 00 bowl 1.75 Fried Mozzarella Sticks* 2.95 Fried Mushrooms 2.95 Fried Zucchini* 2.95 * Combination of all 3 3.95 Petit Appetizers 2 .95 Side Fettuccini Alfredo 2 .95 ITALIAN HEROES: Served with soup or salad Meatball Meatball Parm S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Qie Sentinel /OL. XIII, NO. 42 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE OCTOBER 19, 1988 ' "*•'* " if.,- "¥'fi ** * I i - J* # . % ; v** - ^ * . * - .,*■*■ ■ &- ' 3..-J . ,, ■ -, . -■■•«■ Jfcn >."■ . ■ r"*' ; <>■/ I r .' ' 4 w<> *S#U* "■ ' « p€ mum ■*** •'•/ , fe A*. : *" 5 iptf «*f < :' •; ■W " •"-'■■* ..*#3- V-— ' ■ ■ IN w #• ., s^'T rwnii 'l&i vV *M$y v • '-TfSlRr* u.s iam Tax Confusion Overshadows Key Sachse Council Actions '• " ' """;•• "ZessBte ••': 4'%.' f «ES Wylie's Elisa Sheppard, one of the top-ranked cross country runners in the state, will lead the Pirates into the District 10-AAA high school meet in Whitesboro Saturday. Here, Elisa is shown heading for the finish line in last weekend's giant Coca-Cola Classic at Mountain View College, where she finished second to Cameron's Carmen Vega. (See page 8 for related story). About 3t> concerned and confused citizens gathered at the Sachse City Council's meeting Monday night to dis- cuss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 2 lie Sentinel NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, Texas 75098 (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. THANKS The Rotan family wishes to thank those who donated food and flowers during our recent loss. Lake Pointe Medical, Surgical Clinic to Open in Sachse Lake Pointe Medical and Surgical Clinic will open in Sachse Dec. 1 at 7210 Hwy. 78, headed by Dr. Ronald W. Jones and Dr. Steven G. Bander from the Lake Pointe Medical Center staff in Rock- waJI/Rowlett. Dr. Jones, a fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine, serves as director of the Behavioral Medicine Clinic at Lake Pointe. An author and a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 3 Speaking Out! Question of the week: Describe your first job. W; / 4f DR CHARLES PIPES, BILL CHEEK, Best Li'l Hair GRETA KANIATOBE, The MIKE MURPHY, Murphy DANNY HOLLEY Hollev De- Country Brook Veterinary House, Murphy: Cutting hair Donut Palace, Sachse: "Baby- Engineering, Sachse: "Paint- velopment, Sachse: "Sweeo- Hospital, Garland. Cleaning of Navajos when I worked for sitting." ina hnusps when i uuac in Iho inn mif o ..j kennels." the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Shiprock, NM." ing houses when I was in the ing out a body shop when I 8th grade, a job I decided I was 11 for $20 a week." did not want to make my life's work." $ i swf IlSifcBi PPP* | i Hi\PilPP I P CC llPf - - > - ■ * , ' ! T& TELLERS People & Service Make the Difference! B ■* m NEW ACCOUNTS BOOKKEEPING FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: i) 00-6:00 Monday/Thuraday/0:OO-7:OO Friday FDK2 (214) 530-7999 MPACI 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texaa 75048 LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thuraday/9:00-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 4 \ m RON'S FRUITS & VEGETABLES 300 E. Hwy. 78 Wylie OPEN 8 - 7 7 DAYS A WEEK Fresh Produce Daily OFFICE: 530 /577 HOME: 530-1800 HOURS MONDAY-FRIDAY 9 6 SATURDAY 9 2 CLOSED WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDUARDO DE LA FUENTE, M.D., PA. GENERAL PRACTICE FAMILY MEDICAL & SURGICAL PRACTICE OBSTETRIC & GYNECOLOGY PO BOX 1039 WYLIE TEXAS 75098 5634 W HWY 78 S JITE 120 SACHSE, TEXAS 75098 Kids In \\o NEW LOCATION OK AN A YATES - Own*' 495-0836 530-1850 Gateway Piozo #5 ■ J>560 Hwv 78 ~ Soeh««, ■ «>09 ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES TAP ballet T'JMBL 1 NG CHEERLEADING 'OTS !N MOTION A C TIVIr r TIME JAZZ TW'RL' NO OK .. l 'EAM BOr'S SKULS SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL CLASSES FOR AGES 6 MO\lTHS AD J Sachse Fire Department extinguished the grass fire on Hwy. 78 Oct. 7 when a large truck knocked down an electrical wire which started the fire. Dental Disease of Dogs and Cats By CHARLES R. PIPES, DVM, Diplomate ABVP Country Brook Animal Hospital Unlike their masters, dogs and cats experience ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 5 ^ ml m #• BIRTHS j ^ V *! ^ A m Librarian Rosanne Burgess and her team of volunteers, con- tinuing left to right, Laurie Schwenk, Diana Smith, Denise Sanders, Catherine Barber, Pam Evans, and front, Karina Sanders and Brieanne Barensprung. Helpers are learning how to process videos and handle the computer operation for circu- lation and a variety of other duties. Interested persons may call for information about volunteering. Reading Aloud Topic For Garland PTA "Reading Aloud to Children" will be the program for the Garland Preschool PTA's meeting at 9:30 am. Wednesday, Nov. 2 at Axe Memorial United Methodist Church, 1700 W. Kingsley. Katie Smith, children's librarian, will explain why reading aloud is important, how best to do it, and what books to use. Also at the meeting, the Rootabaga Bookery will complement the theme with a book fair featuring books to read aloud. The Garland Preschool PTA is an organization for parents of infants and preschool-age children. Nursery rese...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 6 m. / n pN • WE SPECIALIZE IN A METHOD OF INSTRUCTING THAT STRESSES DEVELOPMENT OF A CHILD'S INITIATIVE •CREATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT •AGES 2 THROUGH 9 • YEAR ROUND SCHOOL WITH EXTENDED CHILD CARE nTEsS° ESTABLISHED IN 1977- NOW OPENING IN SACHSEI 1 * Kingston Trio to play in Garland. Kingston Trio to Open Garland Symphony Season Calico Kids Petite Featurettes, 5-7, are state and southwest champions in dance twirl, military ensemble, novelty and drill team at the advanced level. Coached by past AAU and SWTA champion twirler Donna Abbott Endsley, they are Kacy Kroll, Betheny Prudhomme, Jill Rowley, Michelle Brock, Deborah Morales, Jolie Holliday, Stephanie Long, Alice Vivian and Amanda Gonzales. Call 495-1719 or 279-6666 for information about these and jazz, tap, ballet and gymnastics, boys' skills and class programs for 18 months to adult. Garland Preschool PTA Sets Program on AIDS A parent education work- shop on understanding AIDS will be offered by the Garland Preschool PT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 7 Question: "Doesn't the Church of Christ teach that you have to be baptized to be saved, and that the only prop- er form of baptism is by immersion? If you all do believe and teach such, don't you think you are being too narrow-minded?" W.E., Wylie We, as members of the Church of Christ, do not practice that which everyone has decided is popular or pleasing to the most people. ,We believe that God has spoken in every area in which we are to serve. Our belief is that we must follow God and His teachings without any alterations of His principles. The Bible says that "baptism saves," I Peter 3:21. Jesus said that we cannot enter the Kingdom of God except we be born again. He says this being born again is of the water and the Spirit, John 3:3,5. He also said he was not talking of a physical birth, John 3:4-6. The apostle Paul said "all spiritual blessings are in Christ," Ephesians 1:3. He also said that we are baptized into Christ, Galatians 3:27. Salvation is one of the spiritual...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Sheppard 2nd, Henry 4th In Coca-Cola Cross Country Hard luck befell Wylie High School's girls cross country track team Saturday in the Coca-Cola Classic at Moun- tain View College. Despite a second-place finish by Elisa Sheppard and a fourth-place finish by Erin Henry, the Lady Pirates finished out of the money in the Class AAA-and-under division. "We lost one of our runners, Mindy Herrera, to leg cramps about halfway through the race and it just killed us," Coach Barb Bennett ^aid. Sheppard was clocked in 13:23 and Henry in 13:32 for the two-mile run, both well behind Cameron's Carmen Vega, who won in 12:53. But by finishing second and fourth, Sheppard and Henry have an excellent chance of a 1-2 finish in this week's Dis- trict 10-AAA meet in Whitesboro, as no other district competitor challenged. "Needless to say, we didn't do as well as we had hoped for," Bennett said of her team, ranked fifth in the state prior to the giant meet which brought together better than 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 9 Naaman Forest Wins Again On Late Interception by Ellis These interceptions for touchdowns have become habit-forming for Naaman Forest's Harold Ellis. One week ago he returned a pair for TDs in a 27-0 victory over the Lakeview Centennial freshman B-team, and Thurs- day night he galloped 58 yards with a Forney pass for winning touchdown ^linst the Jackrabbit fresh- men. The 20-14 win at Forney came in the final 20 seconds and lifted the Rangers' ninth grade team record to 3-4 for the year. It also marked the first time the young Rangers have posted back-to-back triumphs. Naaman Forest journeys to Jesuit this Thursday for a 6 p.m. contest. While Ellis grabbed the de- fensive headlines, Roger Hayes took honors on of- fense, picking up 141 yards on 16 carries, including touch- down runs of 70 and 17 yards. Forney scored first, taking the opening kickoff and driving 66 yards in 11 plays Quarterback Clay Beason tallied on a four-yard keeper around right end and then passed to End Ti...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 10 i© J U * f] 0 & Court Report Justice of the Peace "Dock" Peel's Wylie Court reported the following activity for Sep- tember: Fifty-seven criminal cases filed which included 41-De- partment of Public Safety; 1- Texas Parks and Wildlife; 5- Collin County sheriff; 10-bad checks amounting to $777.88. Some 46 cases brought in $2,518.16 in fines and included the following: 28-Department of Public Safety 3-Court 7-Bad Checks 5-Collin County sheriff 1-Texas Parks and Wildlife 2-Granted Defensive Driving Course Civil cases filing and service fees paid: $779. Small claims involved one case for $884.71 plus court cost. Five justice civil cases were filed for $9,864.90 plus court cost. Cases disposed of included: Small claims - 1 case heard by judge with judgment going to the plaintiff for $346 plus court cost; two default judg- ments for $1,074.50 plus court cost; and five pending. Justice civil - 10 pending Five forcible entry and de- tainer cases were filed which included three f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 11 Wylie Highlights A NHmm xt By SHELLEY BIDWELL v i * rAfter attending UIL com- petition on the 15th, That Wylie Band came away with Division II ratings across the board. Most band members were not satisfied with the ratings, claiming that they played with more precision than the scores reflected. All are invited to come to the Cotton Bowl at 8:30 am. Saturday, Oct. 22 to support TWB. The volleyball ladies are on their feet again. The team defeated Gainsville Friday in two quick games. After a three-day weekend (with an early practice on Monday), the team showed fighting spirit as they played a tough match against Coppell. Wylie came out strong in the first game and took an easy 15-5 win. The second and third games, 15-17 and 18-16, proved difficult, tiresome, and troublesome. With improper rotations and excess timeouts from both teams, the lady Pirates still prevailed. The football team tried, but even with their solid confidence, could not beat the Warriors Friday night. In ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 12 Pigeons Race Home To Sachse Loft The Dallas County Pigeon Racing Combine released 571 homing pigeons near Colorado City Saturday for the second and third races in their 1988 spring series. The birds were selected from 29 Dallas County lofts located about 235 miles from the release point. Sachse resident Warren Glover placed first in the B race with a Blue Bar hen flying at an average of 44.39. Glover also placed fourth in the B race with a Blue Bar cock flying at an average 43.36. The Combine started an eight-week series of races on Sept. 24. The Dentist's Corner Police Reports Calling .ill brooms! M-F 10-8 Sat. 10-6 Sweep up Sun 1-5 this year's hot Halloween costumes at the Hallmark Boo Bazaar. Become a witch in minutes with a hat and cape, plus ghoulish earrings, makeup and decorations. ANA'S COUNTRY BROOK SHOPPING CENTER 3046 Lavon - Garland 530-3192 By Dr. CHARLES CARTER Allowing your child to go to bed with a bottle can result in nursing bottle syndrome, which occurs wh...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 13 Border Patrol Officer Describes Growing Drug Dangers David Aguilar, U.S. Border Patrol officer in the Dallas- Fort Worth area, talked to the Sachse Chamber of Com- merce last week about the daily influx of drugs coming across the Mexican border; the primary target -- our kids; and what can be done to stop the drug traffic. Haunted Vault to Benefit Children's Shelter (pay and Jeanne Carmichael nave joined forces with Beta Sigma Phi members to stage four nights of ghoulish goings-on Oct. 28-31. Pro- ceeds from the Haunted Vault will benefit Beta Sigma Phi and the Rockwall Children's Shelter. The Carmichaels' Halloween expertise ensures a real "Fright Night" in the deserted Rockwall MotorBank next to Wal-Mart on Hwy. 205 at I-30. Doors will creak open at 7 p.m. Luna PTA Announces Child Safety Program Luna Elementary PTA will meet Nov. 10 at the school cafeteria to hear policemen from Sachse and Garland present a program on child safety. Kindergarten students will sing. Thirty m...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 14 Feature Section to someone who is biased. For many years we had a cherished dog (or two) in our home, and I How to help youngsters with their language skills By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I know that children acquire speech sounds gradually as they mature (like "r" in "rabbit" in- stead of "wabbit," and "1" for "lady" instead of "yady"). My lan- guage question is more basic than that. How can I help them use words correctly and build their vocabu- lary? Some hints from you related to children in the early grades would be very helpful. Our two are 6 and 8 years old. A. Teachers who are alert and competent related to your desires can be excellent partners in your efforts On your own you can also do quite a bit. Providing a model for them in your correct use of words, your regularly referring to a dictionary and thesaurus (and providing both when they are appropriate to the children's maturity level), and what and how much you read can be valuable steps towar...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

Page 15 SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 — Also Scorpio Ascendant) — You could re-establish contact with someone who taught you in the past. A career promotion may be the result of your creative, pro- gressive ideas. Keep your hopes and wishes within reasonable, practical bounds SAGITTARIUS: (Nov 22 to Dec. 21 — Also Sagittarius Ascendant) — Your charm and optimism could attract financial generosity from others. Socializing, travel or •ntal interests increase Keep ir nose to the grindstone in the career arena Don't dog off' CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 — Also Capricorn Ascendant) — Keep promises to mate or part- ner and defer to his or her desires Guard against extravagance, im- practical big ideas and overopti- mism in money matters. A roman- tic opportunity while on an educa- tional trip is possible AQUARIUS: (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 — Also Aquarius Ascendant) — Adopt new methods, promote spe- cial services and cooperation in the workplace Keep a low profile and don't force issues with m...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 19 October 1988

An Open Letter To The Citizens Of Wylie & Surrounding Area It has been publicly disclosed that the existing Wylie branch office of the American Federal Savings Bank (formerly Richardson Savings & Loan) will be closed prior to the end of this calendar year. At Texas Heritage Savings we are sad to see the end of Richardson Savings as we have known it for many years, and the fact that the community of Wylie will not be serviced by a savings and loan association. We firmly believe an association should be located within your community to provide you not only access to deposit services, but to mortqaqe installment and consumer loan functions. We at Texas Heritage Savings Association/Banc are of the traditional savings and loan family. The association opened in January 1986, and since that time has continually been ranked in the top five in the state and top 50 in the United States for solvency, earnings and financial strength. We are a locally owned and locally directed savings a...

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