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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

Plumbing, Repair and Remodel. Free estimates. Phone 495-8529. BIG GARAGE SALE: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Sept. 11, 12, 13. 5913 Anthony Lane. CHRISTIAN DAY CARE in my Sachse home. Will pick up from Luna Elementary. Hot meals, fenced yard, references. Vicki, 495-9284. iOY DEMONSTRATORS NEEDED Fun job. No investment, collecting or delivery. $40 guaranteed hostess programs. Toys sell themselves! Good pay. USA tt\ party plan. House of Lloyd, 530-2477 or 495- 4106. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom, 2-bath 14 x 80 mobile home, Wylie School District. All electric & all ap- pliances including washer & dryer. Central air & heat. Curtains. Un- furnished. $450 month includes lot space. $250 deposit. Betty, 530- 2525. DALLAS WRITERS' NEWSLET- TER. The only place to find local market trends, selling tips, class listings, schedules of readings and more. Vital for beginners and pros. Send $1 and SASE for sample issue. 2223 Bennett, #215, Dallas, 75206 MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

Page 6 r § i SPORTS 1 fEditor's Note: THE SENTINEL is the only area newspaper which * be staffing a:i games for Lakes tew Centennia. North Gaftand, a">d Wyue high schools. Watch for weekly reports throughout the season). Wylie cheerleaders stand poisea with a banner 87 Pirates Football" while watting for the arrival of the Pirate football team Friday night in Cedar Hilt. The banner is ripped to shreds moments later as the 1987 version of Wylie Pirates rush onto the field Wylie Loses Opener to B-l-G Cedar Hill - But Don't Count Them Out Wyi-e's P -ates may have lost their 1987 football opener. but don't cou^t fern out. Just remeroe' ** years ago when tney droppec two of their first :~ree garnes. then went on to a state championship The 11-AAA favorites opened Friday night against Cedar Hill, a Ciass AAAA ciuP The difference, resulting .n a 29-14 setback was s ze I mean to tell you Cedar Hill is B-l-G The Longhorns kept trot- ting out the likes of 6-3. 280- pound Paul Mark wood 6-3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

Page 7 possession to the Piano East 26 before the Raiders turned the ball over on a Chris Sigler fumble. The Panthers capitalized on the North Garland miscue by marching 74 yards on 15 plays, ending with a one-yard touch- down run by tailback Mike Kin- ney. Kinney also added the extra This week's game: Bryan Adams vs. North Garland, Johnson Stadium, Friday, 8 p.m. point. Kinney supplied most of the of- fense for PESH as he scampered for 157 yards on 15 carries, in- cluding three touchdowns. The Raiders looked good again on the kickoff to start the second half. Senior Skip Tolbert ran it back to the Raider 44-yard line. But once again, the Raider drive was nullified by another turnover. Quarterback Shawn Worman lost the handle on the snap and the Panthers took con- trol on the Raider 47-yard line. Once again Piano East took advantage of North Garland's mistake. On a sweep to the right side Kinney jetted through the Raider line and secondary and took it all the way on a 47-yard run fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

Page 8 your/Indtptndrt ] k hnumtg lAOCNT j •invii JOHN YEAGER, CIC WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 201 CALLOWAY WYLIE, TEXAS 75098-0040 442-3S05 Kids In V \ o ft OUANA YATES - Owner 495-0836 530-1850 SACHSE, TEXAS ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES TAP BALLET TUMBLING CHEERLEADING TOTS IN MOTION ACTIVITY TIME JAZZ TWIRLING DHILL TEAM BOY'S SKILLS SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL CLASSES FOR AGES IB MONTHS - ADULT ROBERTO STAMBUUE, M.D. Certified By The American Board Of OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY (Women's Health Care) Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Medical and Surgical Problems That Affect Women. PHYSICIANS PLAZA • 801 A HWY. 78, SUITE 303 WYLIE, TEXAS 75098 BY APPOINTMENT - (214) 442-2606 SE HABLA ESPANOL Sandy Loam Sand & Gravel Hauling Tractor Service Available Call Lee Shannon Metro 442-1257 24 hour service FUN & GAMES Family Fun Center CORNER FM 1378 & FM 3412 WYLIE, TX 214-442-6561 Miniature Golf - Video Arcade - Batting Cages • • ' ' 9i V 'm I I 'l \ 1 A,*.* • - '• V ♦ * < Ju...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

i' M %*IMf. •- Roundup BY KRISTI LUMAN The beginning of school mark- ed the beginning of countless activities for North Garland High School students, and a number of Sachse area residents are taking leading roles in everything from cheerleading to the Junior Miss competition. On Thursday night, Freshman Daniel Pitcock had his first high school football game. Although the freshman team led 9-6 at the half, they lost to South Garland, 19-9. The junior varsity team had better luck against Piano East on Thursday. Sophomores Frank Baker and Brett Coker helped beat the Panthers, 21-17. Sopho- more Jon Cooper is out for the season because of a pre-season injury. One of the junior varsity cheerleaders is Sachse's Cari Jones. On Friday night, the varsity team played Piano East while be- ing cheered on by Cheerleader Captain Renee Solar. Former Sachse resident Gina Kirkpatrick helped lead cheers as co-cap- tain Also performing at the game were Junior Mam'selles Karen Horton and Carrie Crews. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

Page 10 Feature Section TV tips for parents By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I am really an "easy mark" regarding my children's television watching, and my husband couldn't care less about it. The re- sult is that they are "TV-oholics." Because I know that this situa- tion isn't good for them, I need help — like yours. Can you please share some ideas on this subject? A. I have never felt that televi- sion is totally bad, as some people generalize about it. Programming on public TV stations is frequently both entertaining and educational, as are many products on commer- cial stations. Selectivity on the part of the viewers (and parents) is. of course, essential, but that factor also re- lates to publications, motion pic- tures and radio. A few sound approaches for parents are based on setting up TV watching schedules for and with their children, limiting their own looking at television (after all. we're their models), and dis- cussing programs with them (both before a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

Page 11 i LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 — Also Libra Ascendant) — A secret meeting with a powerful person could benefit your status and in- come potential. Take an expanded viewpoint, be optimistic and dare to be different! A terrific, new idea could increase your earning power appreciably. SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 - Also Scorpio Ascendant) — Ex- pand your interests, make new friends and allies and complete a major project. Your intuition and imagination are increasing — work on creative ideas in private. Those who opposed you before can be won over now. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 — Also Sagittarius Ascendant) — It's time to reach decisions about your work and you could take a whole new career direction An exciting romance is possible and your social life takes an up- turn. A puzzling personal situation could now be resolved. CAPRICORN: (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 — Also Capricorn Ascendant) — Distant relatives, education and travel are accented — lay the foundation for a future car...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 9 September 1987

PutNumberl to work for you. Century 21 A&E Associates II 276-5166 SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II The hometown advantage. At work in Sachse. ★ WE BUY EQUITIES ★ ASK ABOUT OUR COMMISSION SAVINGS PROGRAM ★ CALL FOR A FREE MARKET ANALYSIS ★ WE'RE CONTRACTING AGENTS. CALL FOR INTERVIEW - 276-5166. BUCKINGHAM CREEK LOT - Backs up to creek with plenty of trees. Priced below market. Perfect family home. Large living den. Fireplace. Separate dining area. Earth tones. Large master. Energy package. Just painted. 3-2-11/2-Dining area- Den-FP-trees. $65,900 COUNTRY CREAM PUFF - Country living. Great neighborhood. Backs to park and greenbelt. Utilities are gas/electric - TP&L. Wallpapers. Corner fireplace. Mini-blinds. 2 full baths. Double sinks. Custom cabinets. Earth tones. Large redwood deck overseeing park. Immediate occupancy. 3-2-1-Den-Dining area-FP. $66,900 COUNTRY CLUB PERFECT - This is it!! 2900 sq. ft. plus. Elegant custom. So close to Lake Ray Hubbard you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

The Sentinel 0 VOLUME 12, NO. 32(214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY SEPT. 16,1987 * u * Something for Everyone Slated For Second Annual Sachse Fallfest Excitement continues to build for the second annual Sachse Fallfest Country Fair from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 26. Many local organizations such as the Booster Club, Jaycees, Citizens For a Progressive Sachse, Lions Club, Service League, and several church groups are planning food and games booths. All ages will find games to test their skills at booths offering the opportunity to dunk "famous" personalities, "fish" for prizes, take a pony ride or a moon walk, or change their appearance with face painting. A stroll down the Fabulous Food Fairway will tempt the ap- petite with snow cones, barbe- A carnival doesn't come to town every day, so Stephanie Roberts, left, and Ashley Puckett, right, Rowlett, make the most of this merry-go-round last week when Schafer's 20th Century Shows set up business in the parking lot at the inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 2 Qie §ei\tirjel 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 m&mmm m Distributee free to all homes in Sachse weekiy. DEADLINES FOR THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE SENTWEL News Deadline -- Thursday Ad Deadline -- Friday SACHSE FALLFEST September 26 New at Century 21, A&E Associates II, Inc., 3046 Lavon Dr., is Kathy Jones Goodwin of Murphy, who joined the company at the Richardson' location in '83 A multi-million dollar producer. Kathy was born and raised in Garland. She centers her atten- tion on properties in the Garland. Sachse. Wylie and Rowlett areas. Kathy l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

■ Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE TH fif u 'iiUdijt ka Sign up today at our bank for an MPACT card, and each time you use an MPACT Automated Teller Machine before Nov. 1, you will get a receipt with the name of an MPACT Mania merchant at the bottom. Save your receipts and redeem them for offers like these: • A large, single-topping, thin-crust pizza for just $6.99 at participating Pizza Inns. • $5 off any Nike footwear over $35 at Oshman's. • A free appetizer up to $3.95 with the purchase of an adult dinner entree at any partici- pating Texas Red Lobster. • Up to $6 a day off supervalue weekend rates at participating Avis Rent A Car locations in Texas. What's more, with each transaction, you are automatically eligible to win one of 32 Acapulco vacations for two in the Mexicana Airlines/MPACT Mania Sweepstakes. Five days and four nights in sunny Acapulco including round trip airfare and deluxe accommodations. Enter as many times as you like. All you have to do is use your MPACT ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 4 Fallfest Association Members To Hold Picnic Sept. 20 A picnic Sunday, Sept. 20, in the City Park will kick off plans for members of the Sachse Fallfest Association. Family games will start at 4 p.m., followed by dinner at 5 and a business meeting for reports on final plans for the Country Fair set Sept. 26. The Association members will furnish barbeque and drinks. Each family is asked to take a Fallfest Endowment As stipulated in the Fall- fest Association bylaws, the Fallfest proceeds shall be returned to the com- munity of Sachse. The Fallfest shall be non- commercial, non-sectar- ian, and non-profit. With these guidelines in mind, anyone or any group may request or recommend a recipient of the Fallfest proceeds. All requests or recom- mendations should be submitted in writing to Board Member and En- dowment Chairman: Thelma Stanton 6520 Sachse Rd. Sachse. TX 75098 Deadline for recom- mendations is Nov. 1, 1987. vegetable, salad or dessert to share and everyone is to take h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

pftMflh-v - -1 Page 5 i r Hi1 W NICOLE CZAJKOWSKI Luna Fourth Grader Wins Dance Honors Nicole Czajkowski received a first-place trophy for her comedy jazz performance at the Sympo- sium National Dance Finals recently in Rochester, MN. Besides dancing her way to a near-perfect score for top honors, she also placed third for a tap duet number. Labor Day, Nicole took part in the entertainment at the Miss Jaycee Jubilee'contest in Gar- land. She has been invited to per- form at Houston and Dallas dance conventions and will dance at the 1987 State Fair of Texas. Nicole has been a student of the Karen Robbins School of Dance for the past seven years. She is the daughter of Barbara and Peter Czajkowski, Sachse, and is a fourth grader at Luna Elementary. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 15c word $3.00 minimum Deadline: Friday noon Helping Hands Program To Resume In Sachse The safety program called Helping Hands for children walk- ing to and from school will be resumed this year as a united ef- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 6 Objections Voiced at Some Proposed Changes in Sachse City Charter The Citizens Charter Review Commission received some ob- jections to proposed changes in the Sachse City Charter at a public hearing in City Hall last Thursday. Commission members in attendance were Chairman Mickey Archer, Kay Mclnnish, Larry Proctor, Gary Overby, Bill Hughs, Joe Stone, and Kay Ashley. Others present included Larry Holden, Wayne Snipes, Pat Longacre, Chris Jacobsen, Jim Becker, Pat Mclnnish, and Kay Snipes. Biggest objections were voiced in regard to proposed changes in Section 3.06. The Commission recommended that any member of the City Council who has been absent for six consecutive regular meetings shall have his or her seat declared vacant at the next regular meeting of the City Coun- cil by resolution. Furthermore, the Commission proposed that in case of a vacan- cy for any cause in the office of Mayor or Council member(s), the City Council shall order a special election to fill such vacan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Current Videos At Sachse Library Births Check out these new videos at the Sachse Library: Best Friends - Burt Reynolds & Goldie Hawn. PG. Cat People - Natassia Kinski. R. Dirty Harry - Clint Eastwood. R. Elmer Gantry - Burt Lancaster. Eubie - Gregory Hines & Maurine Hines. Flashdance - Jennifer Beals. R. The River - Sissy Spacek, Mel Gibson. PG-13. Road Warrior - Mel Gibson. R. Secret of Nimh. G. Sophie's Choice - Meryl Streep. R. The Woman in Red - Gene Wilder. PG-13. Curious George - 30 min. The Frog King/Making of "The Frog King" - 27 min. The Frog Prince ■ The Muppets - 50 min. Go West - Marx Brothers - 80 min. It's An Adventure, Charlie Brown - 48 min. Little Miss Marker - 142 min. PG. Walter Matthau, Julie An- drews, Tony Curtis. Play-Along Games & Songs - 30 min. Puss In Boots - Garry Lewis - 89 min. G. The Three Stooges - G. The Yearling - Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman. 129 min. Walt Disney's Scary Tales - 43 min. Where the Toys Come From - 68 min. Knife in the Water ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 8 SPORTS Lakeview Football Fortunes Turn Around with First Win Since 1985 BY PAUL SPRINGFIELD For the first time since October 14, 1985 the Lakeview Patriots have given their sidelines some- thing to shout about with their 22-6 victory over Kimball. Kimball, coming off a high sea- son being 11-AAAAA district champions, could not hold the Patriots' offense. Right from the opening kickoff it looked good for the Patriots when Darren Sharp faked a re- verse and returned the ball to the Knights' 31 yard-line, where he fumbled the ball, but it was recovered by Allen Crawford, who then rushed for 10 more yards to reach the Knights' 21-yard line. Four plays later Darren Brennan kicked a 35-yard field goal to put the Patriots on top 3-0. The Patriots' offense under the leadership of Kerry Spencer had no trouble taking the ball 65 yards for a first and goal. Spencer then sprinted around right end to put the Patriots on top 9-0. As Lakeview lined up for the extra point, Brennan faked the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 9 Seesaw Game Leaves Wylie Behind, 7 - 6 BY CHRISTI NALL « Statistically the Wylie Pirates defeated the AAAA Lancaster Tigers Friday night, but the scoreboard proved otherwise. A foiled two-point conversion and various turnovers cost Wylie its season home opener 7-6. Lancaster, which had defeated AAAAA DeSoto the previous week, received the opening kick- -off and started its first posses- sion. Later in the first series of of- fense, Wylie's Wade Womack in- tercepted a Johnny Tatum pass and returned it to the Lancaster 30-yard line, but the Pirates were unable to capitalize on the turn- over. The first and only touchdown for the Tigers came late in the first quarter when Tatum threw 33 yards to Anthony White. Scott Votaw kicked the extra point, giv- ing them the needed nudge to win the game. Late in the first half, the Pirates finally got their offense moving when a 10 play 67-yard drive ended with a 20-yard touchdown pass from Jason Brown to Tim Christopher. With :27 left in t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 10 ig;wiBiy,\Bt4Mfiia;i WHEREAS. 200 years ago today, 55 respectable men, the leaders of their respective states, which were actually individual countries, gathered in Philadelphia to devise one of the most remarkable governmental documents of all time -- the Constitution of the United States; and, WHEREAS, these men were indeed gifted with the experience of the world and genuine foresight necessary to draw on the strong points of the governing schemes that existed before, such as the Magna Carta. English common law and more, and, WHEREAS these great men spent four months or heated debate and. more importantly, of compromise, to write the 4,400 world-changing words; and, WHEREAS, on September 17, 1787, the Constitution was enscribed on four sheets of parchment and signed by 52 of those gathered, I, Larry Holden, Mayor of Sachse, do proclaim September 17, 1987 - thej date marking the 200th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution -- to bej Constitution Remembrance and Recognition Da...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

. £ Owl Tracks c 8 Page 11 U rt 0 BY LOREE ELTON The second week of school at tirland High School has been ed with a multitude of activities in which many Sachse students took part in several extracur- ricular activities. The busy week started with the festivities of Labor Day weekend. Marching in this year's parade were Owl band members: Diane Sedgwick, Dana Morgan, Susan Gilbert, Sashaa Olson, and Loree Elton. Senior Class President Diane Sedgwick reported that the senior class dunking booth and soft drink sales at the Jaycee Jubilee raised over $800 toward the senior prom. In football this week, we had both wins and losses. Starting Thursday, Brad Morgan, along with his freshmen football team played North Garland resulting in a loss of 30 - 7. The junior varsity, however, fared better with a win against Thomas Jefferson, 36 • 0. The team was cheered on by Sachse resident and junior varsi- ty Head Cheerleader Sheri Thomason. The varsity football team picked up its second win this ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 12 Police Report Lt. Gary Coop supplied the following information about police calls for the week starting Sept. 4: "Suspicious circumstances" were reported in the 6400 block of Coral Sept. 4 where juveniles were throwing rocks at a new house. Officers talked to them. No damages. A minor accident took place at Hwy. 78 and Williford. Sept. 5, a grass fire was re- ported behind the 6500 block of Industrial. Two juveniles who set the fire were released to their parents. Fire Chief Jack Yates is investigating the matter. Also that day, two white males were reported for intoxication in the 5400 block of Hwy. 78. They left before officers arrived and Garland police were notified. DUANA YATES - Owner 495-0836 530-1850 SACHSE, TEXAS ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES TAP BALLET TUMBLING CHEERLEA0ING TOTS IN MOTION ACTIVITY TIME JAZZ TWIRLING DRILL TEAM BOY'S SKILLS SURER KIDS PRESCHOOL CLASSES r0R AGES 18 MONTHS - ADULT SIGN UP NOW! Exercise twice a week. Use the Spa and relieve the soreness ...

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