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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

J , '..1"': IV... - : ,'r . :;VV,. ' OAK FIREWOOD seasoned and green. 18* or 22* deliver- ed & stacked. 495-8173 or 530-2204. DALLAS WRITERS news- letter. Sample for $2 and SASE. Discover market trends, selling tips, and Hnportant news for writers and fould-bo writers. Editor, 7910 Kelly Blvd., #259, Dallas 75252. MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income tax counseling and preparation - Notary Public - Typing - Insurance filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 Wylie MOTHER'S TOUCH: Home day care for children. 1-4 years old. North Garland, Beltline and Glenbrook. Parti- cipants of the Child Care Nu- trition Program. College-edu- cated. Call Mrs. Ward, 530-7144. TAX, ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING SERVICE For individuals & businesses by experienced CPA. Reasonable rates. Free pickup & delivery. 442-6027 CERAMICS SALE (weather permitting) at 227 Colonial, Wylie, 9-4 Sat., Nov. 19, 1/4 mile south of water tower. 442-1359. CRAFTS SHOW, 10-6:30, Nov. 17, 18, 19, 3509 Andrea Lane...

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

Page 14 Features Feeling good By Brenda Yamane Copley News Service LUNG CARE Nature provides us with six times the oxygen needed to sur- vive on this planet, but for some people, emphysema has impaired their ability to utilize this vital el- ement, making each breath a struggle for life. Understanding Emphysema ex- plains the physiology behind this disease and offers guidelines for ffieGBies preventing and coping with this affliction, which affects nearly 2.5 million Americans and their fami- lies. This free, five-page booklet be- gins with a straightforward dis- cussion of the respiratory system, identifying the major causes of emphysema, which include smok- ing, chronic bronchitis and genet- ics. A section on coping with em- physema offers concrete advice on what to do — and what not to do — if you or a family member is stricken with the disease. As of today, there is no cure for emphysema. But armed with knowledge and professional help, you can understand and alleviate many sympt...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

Page 15 HOY) HWWCi Forest PTSA will be on "Ado- lescent Sexuality" at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21, in the qjrls' gym. Teen pregnancy and AIDS will be discussed. Speakers are Debbie Jester and Eddye School's homebound pro- gram. Those contributing to the Holiday Fair Dec. 5-9 should take their crafts and gift items to the meeting. State jj Inspections New Tire Sales Foster Service (/enter Owned - Operated by Mike Foster Flats Repaired Won. • Fri. - 7:30 - 6:00 Sat. - 7:30 - 5:00 6404 Hwy. 78 Sachse, TX 495-1145 OfMCt 530 7b// HOME 5301800 HOURS MONDAY F WAY 9 t> SAI'.RDAY 9 2 CLOSED WfPN SDAY A NO SUNDAY LDUARDO DE LA FUENTE, M.D.. PA. GtNtRAL PRACTICE FAMILY MEDICAL & SURGICAI PHAC'ICE OBSTETRIC * GYNECOLOGY PO BOX 1039 WYIIE TtXAb /5098 f>634 W HWY 78 S IIT' 120 SAC,,St. UX\S '5098 Moe Bandy Coming To Ranch House Country music star Moe Bandy will appear at Wink's Ranch House, Hwy. 78 be- tween Sachse and Wylie, on Friday, Nov. 25. Moe's big break came in 1974 when he record...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 November 1988

o^,T- YV* ve*r°A 409 S. HWV. 78 WYLIE, TEXAS Pre-Holiday Savings TACOS (NO TOMATOES) TOASTADOS FRIJOLES EACH BEAN BURRITOS OWNER OPERATED BY JIM & JANE SMITH & TERRY GREAVES OPEN SUNDAY-THURSDAY 10 TO 10 FRIDAY-SATURDAY 10 TO 11

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

the Sentinel VOL. XIII, NO. 47 DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY TO EVERY HOME IN SACHSE AND WYLIE NOV. 23, 1988 Wylie Council Concerns: Taxes, Fees, New Business i The Wylie City Council Tuesday night charged the city manager with fee-waiving and the mayor with throwing up some possible roadblocks for a grocery store wishing to locate in the city and a post office hoping to be located on FM 544. Explaining another priority matter, Councilman Bud Naish said: "We will be going after citizens and corpora- tions who owe some $190,000 in taxes dating back to 1983. "It is not fair to the people who pay their taxes that others ignore theirs." Attorneys have filed 40 law- suits in behalf of the city. The Council assured ap- proximately 60 property own- ers attending the second public hearing on annexation that it was their intention to only "fill in the doughnut holes in the area receiving water, sewer service, etc., and take a step which would prevent undesirable construction. "In order to be fair to al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 2 the 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. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday Sachse City Council Endorses Holidays Ahead Campaign The Sachse City Council Monday night declared Dec- ember to be Holidays Ahead Campaign Month in an effort to make citizens aware of the dangers of drinking and driving this holiday season. Holidays Ahead, sponsored annually by the Dallas Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, is designed to pro- mote responsible drinking, driving and party-giving throughout the holidays. The ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 3 Speaking Out! Question of the week: If you had your pick of celebrities to invite to a big school dance, whom would you choose? (Replies from Sachse students at North Garland High School compiled by Abby Lay.) ALAN D'JOCK; 'Heather Tho- JONATHON CLIFTON: *Chris- mas-" tie Brinkley.' JON COOPER: 'Vanna White.' AMY WALTER:'Tow Hanks." CHRIS SNIPES: "Debbi Gib- son.' Holiday in Heritage Park to Open in Garland Twinkling lights, carolers, and the sounds and smells of Christmas add up to "Holiday in Heritage Park" in Garland. The Garland Christmas Association, which annually aids needy families at Christmas, will again receive a boost from the Junior League of Garland. Heritage Park, next to the Performing Arts Center and near the downtown square, will be the setting. Amid popcorn and apple cider, choirs and Christmas music, holiday decor and a giant gingerbread house, the Junior League will accept donations of food, toys and cash to benefit recipients of the Garland Christmas Ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page * Mickey Mouse's birthday was celebrated recently in Wylie's elementary schools by, left to right, Nick Stamper and Kylie Yeager, Hartman; Akin teachers Loya Lowe and Beth Brewster; and Hartman's Martin DelaRosa. Pet Pictures with Santa Available in Richardson The Protective Animai League, Richardson, will offer pet pictures with Santa to benefit the spay and neuter program from 10 am. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. Location is Echols Farm Store, 107 S. Interurban, Rich- ardson. All animaJs must be on leash or in a carrier. For information, call 690- 3094, 242-7811, or 276-6509. Wylie High School Names Math, Science Winners Members of Wylie High School's Math and Science Clubs are continuing their competitive and winning tra- dition this year. Under the leadership of sponsors Frank Bruno and Terry Hibbitts, the WHS clubs were represented by six students, all freshmen and sophomores, at their first contest this year at Northeast Texas Community College. HEALTH INSURANCE MEDICAL PRO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 5 The golden arches, Mc- Donald's familiar land- mark, have arrived in Wy- lie. On hand for the opening of the new rest- aurant, one of some 400 across Texas, were, left to right, Linda Hamar, Lydia Greer., City Manag- er John Pitstick, and owner Ruben FIores, who with his wife. Lupe, also owns a McKinney McDon- ald's. The restaurant has provided 60 jobs for the Wylie area. r New McDonald's owner Ruben Flores with Elayne Mayes, left, incoming president of the Wylie Chamber of Commerce, and Bev Nemer, Chamber office secretary.. . Right, left to right, are Or tie Messenger, James John- son, Melissa Vance, Bud Naish, and Jim Swartz. * McDonald's Announces Coming Events Events coming up at the new McDonald's, 415 Hwy. 78, Wylie are as follows: Sat., Nov. 26: Register to win BMX bicycle sponsored by Coca-Cola Drawing at 2:45 p.m. "The Hamburglar" from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Dec. 3: Visit with huggable, loveable Grimace from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Dec. 10: Ronald McDonald and magic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

3age 6 Debby Johnson, new owner of Wylie Crafts and Supplies, located at 120 N. Ballard in downtown Wylie. PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE We Do All Types of Mechanic Work Foreign & Domestic Vehicles Computerized Diagnostics 106-A Birmingham Wylie Jim Taylor 442-4806 24-Hour Look At What "WEE" Have Done! 3,000 Sq. Ft. Gym 15,000 Sq. Ft. Playground Gymnastics Through "Flippers" Soccer Academy Soccer Lessons Great Pre-School Curriculum Monthly Newsletters Look For Our Carnival At the End of October Independently Owned and Operated Before and after-school pick-up at Luna and Garland Christian Academy, and in Wylie at Hartman, Birmingham, Akin, and Sonlight Christian Academy. Kids "FT Wee Hwy. 78 at 5545 Brookvievs Sachse 530-7840 Debby Johnson Opens Crafts Store in Wylie I A visit to Debby Johnson's new Wylie Crafts and Sup- plies, 120 N. Ballard, will put you in the mood for the holiday season. You can also pick up dozens of helpful ideas for making your decorations and gifts, and if you n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

The Pet Doctor By CHARLES R. PIPES DVM, Diplomats ABVP Country Brook Animal Hospital 'Tis the season for family get-togethers, and many times that involves traveling long distances by car. Some people would prefer to take their pets with them instead of leaving them at home alone or at a kennel. A trip with your pet can be fun, but some careful planning ahead of time will make for a safer, more comfortable journey. Some pets are good travelers, some are neutral emotionally about the event, and some experience serious problems while on the road. The problem traveler is what we need to discuss. The first step in determining what category your pets will fall into is to take them on a short trip. If they do fine, then probably everything will go all right on a longer excursion. If they don't do well, the decision will have to be made - whether to leave them with a boarding facility or work around the problem. The second step is to be sure that the health status and vaccination status ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 8 SPORTS Wylie Pirates Hold Off Forney for 61-59 Victory Wylie's varsity Pirates nearly squandered a 16-poim lead Tuesday night, but held on for a 61-59 victory over Forney in the Wylie gym. The junior varsity, down 24-1 at one point, rallied for a 54-53 victory. And the Wylie freshmen dropped a 37-34 decision in preliminary games. Coach David Black's Pirates trailed the visiting Jackrabbits by an 8-7 count at the end of the first period, but exploded for 20 points in the second stanza for an apparently com- fortable 27-15 halftime lead. Forney came back strong after intermission, looking for a repeat of last year when it defeated Wylie three times. The final buzzer stopped a furious fourth quarter rally by the visitors that saw them score 27 points. Wylie displayed a balanced scoring attack, with 10 play- ers getting in the act. Derek Draper led the way with 12 i— "WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS" WYLIE FLOWER & GIFT SHOP MARTHA KING - BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Outdoor Christmas Decoration Contest Set for Sachse This holiday season your house can win an award or you can live on an award-win- ning street -- or both. The third annual Sachse Outdoor Christmas Decora- tion Contest is being sponsor- ed by Citizens for a Progres- sive Sachse. So now"s the time to plan something colorful and excit- ing for your home's outdoor yuletide decorations and to check with neighbors about making your street Sachse's best decorated avenue. "This is a great contest for your family and your entire neighborhood. There's no registration and the special awards are designed for dis- play in the winning yards of individual houses and at the ends of the winning streets," said Kay SniDes, contest committee chairman. Individual home awards will be given for Best Overall House, Best Theme House (where all the decorations contribute to a single con- cept), Best Lighting and the Judges' Special Award (pre- sented to the house that displays something unique. There will ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 10 Pizza Express 701 N. Hwy. 78 442-5889 1 LARGE 3-TOPPING PIZZA $8.00 With This Coupon - Expires 11-30-88 Not Valid with Other Coupons ■ i ■ ! CCCC Volleyball Tournament Announced Collin County Community College will host a three-per- son volleyball tourney at 10 am. Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Spring Creek campus. The tournament is open to the community. A $15 fee will be charged to students and a $20 fee to non-students. Deadline to register is Dec. 1. For further information and for registration, call (214) 881- 5848. ANNOUNCING THE BEST ANSWER TO YOUR TWO WORS* CARPET PROBLEMS: imui/ft'u « FOOT TRAFFIC AND STAINS Armstrong A DU PONT CERTIFIED Anything GoespStainmaster* Carpet The two worst carpet problems are matting from heavy foot traffic, and staining But now one carpet combines Armstrong's 10-year guarantee against matting and crushing-plus the superior stain resistance of StainmasterCM Carpets And this beautiful new carpet comes in 40 "today's look" colors So don't look f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 11 m I National Honor Society Inducts 24 at Wylie Twenty-four Wylie High School juniors and seniors were inducted into the Na- tional Honor Society in a formal candlelight ceremony at the school recently. Membership is based on the principles of scholarship, ser- vice, leadership, and charact- er. ^^Jew members are Nancy ®paver, Kelly Terry, Jodi vvylie, Frankie Delgado, Bryan McKinnie, Bryan Lee, Blake Herman, Mark Lanman, Jody Bean, Richard Means, Jason Wylie, Shawn Jones, Christy McCoy, Valerie Dykes, Laurie Lindsey, Veronica Pitts, Elisa Shep- pard, Kelly Simmons, Kelly Hughes, Laura Marlow, Sheila Hensley, Shelly Jones, Hilary McAdams, and Kelly Stewart. Two-yea; returning mem- bers are Rick Green, Heather Fambro, Deanne Swirczynski, Tracy Olson, Dawn Bissell, Tammi McKenzie, Jodye Svoboda, Shelley Bidwell, Kelly Lafferty, Gregg DeMast- ers, and Dan Heischman. Guest speaker was Rock King, 1980 Wylie High School graduate and former National Honor Society member. Sponsor of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 12 LUNA GOOD CITIZEN AWARDS Kindergarten, left to righ^ Matthew King, Christir%w Ludewig, Renee FlowersT" Kimberly Cook, Grea Emma, and Krystle Foster . . . Emily Harris, Jonathon Varass, Amy Smith, Andrew Piering, Ash- ley Eastes, and Jason Hamil- ton . . . First grader Ross Ed- wards. ; ■£ ydf * J " vfM First graders, front left to right, Rachel Arbuckle, Gaylin Patocka, Tanya Mendez, Courtney Compton, Kaci Kroll, Sara Dobbs, and Sara Helm. Others are Jeffrey Hod- ges, Lynn Hettich, Brandy Bryant, Phillip White, Phillip Wells, and Joe Duval . . . Right, front, Lucrecia Castillo, Aman Sandhu, Kristi Ward, Melody Bruns, Sara McMillan, Danny Arthurs. Back, David Roland, Juan Godinez, Katy Rodgers, Matthew Radaci, Brandon Hoskins, and Joe Wollscheid. Third graders, front, Britt- ney Haseloff, Lor en Leaver- ton, Richard Garcia, Jessica Hail, Tanya Moore, Karla Bennette, and Marisa Vas- quez. Back, Brad Pilling, Jen- nifer Donnelly, Courtney King, Brandon Baker, Chris Van- horn, L...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

iw MI inc t Methodist Families Host Waco Youths Several families at First Un- ited Methodist Church of Sachse recently entertained boys from the Waco Metho- dist Home. Hosts were Martin and Lynn Beiber, Pat Bower, Chuck and Debbie Tutt, Don and Kath- leen Williams, Doug and Duana Yates, and Kyle and Terri Young. December's activities will include caroling at local rsing homes and a donation P&llection drive for food and staples which will go to the Good Samaritan of Garland food pantry. For more information, call the Rev. Mark Moore, 530- 1005. Sewing Machine Repair WE SERVICE ALL MAKES 7 MODELS FAST, DEPENDABLE SERVICE We Sell all SINGER and NEW HOME Products SINGER STORE PLANO SEWING CENTER 1120 E. Parker Rd, #102 Piano 214-423-2801 Bible Answers BY WILLIS DYKES, MINISTER Sachse Church of Christ Question: "We are living in a troublesome time. There seems to be little respect for anything or anybody. What is our hope?" The world changes socially, economically, and politically, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

Page 14 Features Eliminating houseplant pests By Patrick Denton Copley News Service Houseplant pests are for the most part devilishly clever, well- versed in how to remain out of sight while they reproduce cozily and build up their numbers to the point that they or their effects be- come all too visible. That's why the best measures against insect infestations on our houseplants are regular preventive and moni- toring procedures. Indulging a plant in a nice re- freshing bath every two or three weeks brings acute discomfort and discouragement to any lurk- ing pests. And it's a powerful pre- ventive against pest population buildups. Cleanliness is next to pestlesssness in the indoor as well as the outdoor garden. The bathing can be done in the shower, at the kitchen sink or laundry tub, by spraying or immersing the plant. Whichever method you use, have the water tepid to warm. I prefer holding a plastic bag firmly over the soil of the smaller plants, turning them upside down and swish...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

AQUARIUS: (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 — Also Aquarius Ascendant) — Utilize your charm and present in- novative ideas to superiors. Social life accelerates and interest in groups or organizations — take the lead! You can solve a trouble- some mystery by asking questions. PISCES: (Feb. 19 to March 20 — Also Pisces Ascendant) — Long- distance news could bring about a change of plans — follow your in- tuition. Keep plugging along in ca- per efforts and overdue recogni- Ikon will come. A cherished hope could be fulfilled now. Parents' page By Brenda Vamane Copley News Service BOUNCING BABIES You can't start too early where the health of your child is con- cerned. Your infant's diet not only affects the baby's health now, but may influence the taste for salt, sugar, fat and other dietary risk factors later in life. Dietary guidelines to lower can- cer risk are outlined in the booklet Infant Nutrition This publication is for parents of healthy, full-term babies who are concerned about their child'...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 November 1988

gjJKgiiMtNttttS* \\\%& 1984 PLYMOUTH TURISMO. Garnet red. Auto, Air. P.Steer- ing. AM/FM. Warranty Ava. $4,450. Ron, 442-4960. OAK FIREWOOD seasoned and green. 18" or 22" deliver- ed & stacked. 495-8173 or 530-2204. 1974 FORD PINTO. 4-speed. A/C. 66k orig. miles. $2,450. Ron, 442-4960. DALLAS WRITERS news- letter. Sample for $2 and SASE. Discover market trends, selling tips, and important news for writers and would-be writers. Editor, 17910 Kelly Blvd., #259, Dallas 75252. 1982 BUICK REGAL Estate Wagon, loaded. Beige. $4,850. Ron, 442-4960. Malcolm J. Wall, M.D., P.A. Diplomat© American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery Joint Replacement Surgery Treatment of Arthritic Joints, Trauma Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Physicians Plaza 801 South Hwy. 78, # 202 Wylie, Texas 75098 Office Hours: By Appointment (214) 442-4040 FULL-SIZE 6600 square-foot gym available for rent evenings and Saturday. Call 530-9668. 1986 DODGE D50. Black, gold, 5-...

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