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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 13 Wylie Highlights 4 BY MARIE JANKOVIAK Warm greetings from old friends, lots of schedule changes and figuring out the wrong com- binations on the lockers got the school year off to a big start at Wylie High School. Mostly, stu- dents were busy finding time for all the fall activities. The varsity girls' volleyball team, which had a slow start this season, won second place in the Royse City tournament this past Saturday. The team successfully defeated Cumby and Royse City, losing only to Lancaster in the final match. The first two Pirate football games ended with hard losses felt by all, but the traditional strong Pirate fever was evident at Friday's pep rally. Although the losses were disappointing, most of the students feel that Pirate Spirit will propel the team to a big win over the district opener against Bonham. "AHMO" spirit (see explana- tion in this issue) was in the air last week as students in all grades participated in supporting the team. Juniors ordered their cla...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

Page 14 * powers increases in the deductible levels for senior citizens. Feature Section Catastrophic law can be a disaster By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service An attempt to "solve all the worries and costs" of catastrophic care for senior citizens has result- ed in legislation already passed by Congress that will increase taxes for most senior citizens and disqualify most from the so-called benefits that it purports to pro- vide. Legislation — H.R. 2470 — has been passed by the House of Rep- resentatives and is scheduled for consideration by the U.S. Senate in September. In intent H.R. 2470 would pro- vide a variety of benefits to Medi- care beneficiaries, such as cover- age for long hospital stays, put an upper limit on Part B expenses, expansions in Medicare nursing home benefits, add payment for respite care and coverage for pre- scription drugs. Most representa- tions by elected representatives have focused on the list of intents without identifying how the pro- gram expan...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 16 September 1987

/■ . fv . . •:> source. Be realistic about ro- mance and restore harmony through cooperation. Be confident — discard self-doubt and unwar- ranted lears LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 — Also Libra Ascendant) — A trip or a romantic encounter close to home may be part of your scenar- io now. Display responsibility and a family member could provide the financial backing you need. SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 - Also Scorpio Ascendant) — Be cautious about making financial decisions and protect your valu- ables. Past efforts will be reward- ed and communications are em- phasized. SAGITTARIUS: (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 — Also Sagittarius Ascendant) — You can make positive progress in almost anything you trv so look 46. your best to impress the VIPs. CAPRICORN; (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 — Also Capricorn Ascendant) — Fight off depression or negative feelings and don't let self-doubt limit you. Dress for success, let your personality shine and get out to meet new people. AQUARIUS: (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 — Al...

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

r PutNumberl to work for you. Century 21 A&E Associates II 276-5166 The hometown advantage. At work in Sachse. SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & . CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II FREE HOME BUYING CONSULTATION ★ Free Credit Report ★ Qualifying — Affordability ★ Financing Guidelines ★ Market Analysis — Call For Appointment — BUCKINGHAM * GLENBROOK MEADOWS CUSTOM - This is it and at the perfect price. Customs galore. Below market. Large living room with picture frame panel- ing. Fireplace Huge master bedroom. Double pane windows. Ceiling fans. Trash compactor. 2,000 sq. feet plus. 3-2-2-Breakfast area-DR-Den-FP. $91,900 CUSTOM ON ACRE - Contemporary custom on 1 acre cul-de-sac lot. Impec- cable. Fully sprinklered. Wall-to-wall built-ins. Gorgeous fireplace. Wet bar. Tile entry. Mini-blinds. Wallpapers. Formal dining. Large den. Game room. Double sinks. Hot tub. Patio. Professional landscaping. Family home. 3-2-2'/2-Brk.-DR- Den-GR-FP-WB. Acre. $119,900 STOP HERE • If you are looking for the per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

the 8entii\el VOLUME 12, NO. 33 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY Sept. 23, 1987 Fallfest is Here!! . J&il flail • ■ Citv Secretary Jo Ann London posts an agenda for an upcoming Council meeting in the new agenda case installed at City Hall The lighted case uses a photo-eiectric cell to turn on at dusk. The idea of the case was pushed by Mayor Pro-Tern Wayne Snipes. "Up to now, the agenda was posted in the window of a corner office at City Hair noted Snipes. "Citizens had to peer over a row of bushes to see the agenda and night it wasn't even visible. The case is a tremendous improvement " Saturday will be a big day in Sachse when cooks, kids, crafts- people and lots of visitors gather in the City Park on Williford for the annual Fallfest. Cooks will be vying for top honors in cake, pie and bread baking, jams, jellies, and pickles. Entries should be taken with $1 and the entry form to the food section of the fair at noon for judging. Winners will be announced at 2 p.m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 2 Oie §entiael 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. Distributed free to all homes in Sachse weekly. DEADLINES FOR THE NtXl ISSUE OF THE SENTINEL: News Deadline -- Thursday Ad Deadline -- Friday Don't Mess With Texas and Don't Mess With Sachse! Fallfest (Cont. from page 1) 1987 Regional Champions in their respective skill areas - as well as members of the Super Kids Preschool ranging in age from 2Vz to 5. in case the weatherman doesn't come through Satur- day, Sept. 26, Fallfest will be held the following Saturday, Oct. 3. Again this year the Wild West...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Come Join Us at Fallfest! The friendly folks at First National Bank will be at Sachse's big Fallfest celebration Saturday in the City Park between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Watch for us in our blue and white T-shirts. We hope you will enjoy all the entertainment events, which our bank coordinated. Everything from Christian vocal groups, high school drill teams, dancers, tumblers, twirlers and square dancers to the Wild West Gunfighters, who will be performing old-time shoot- outs morning and afternoon, and the Ranch House Country and Western Band. The bank is also donating the sound system for the performers. We hope you'll take the whole family and enjoy a day of fun, games, food, contests, and live entertainment. We think Sept. 26 will be a day you will long remember' Far right, bottom to top are: Bonnie Arnold, Cindy Gray, Cele DeTarville, and Anita Williams. Second row bottom to top: Johnanna Rowland, Beverly Flynn, Lynn Clodfelder. Third row bottom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 4 I * Cc,")/ Bearden and daughter, Christine, with Carol's collection of salt and pepper shakers, which will be on exhibit at the Sachse Public Library through October. Carol has collected some 50 sets of shakers over the past several years ranging in design from monks to robots. Take a look next time you 're in the library. wp IMII i! ii inngie"!uuit;gracs!e3iec:rJBib6im!Pg "ABSOLUTELY the best Gutter in TEXAS" ROOFING & SIDING SEAMLESS GUTTERING 10% OFF WITH THIS AD 442-2038 CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE nir-.r. n\xr mcnc ninsc ainac ainacginnnac: ocsni^oaDDmnHinT DON DILLARD Owner DAVID'S MEAT MARKET 4010 N. Jupiter Rd. (Between Arapaho & Bell line) All Our Beef Is US DA CHOICE — Corn-l ed Iowa Beef Sold Willi 10')"',, Guarantee t l <LL SER VICE MEA T MARKET Tuesday ' Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Beef Cut To Order 495-8315 FREE 1 8-ounce FILLET MIGNON With Purchase of 1 8-ounce FILLET MIGNON Expiration Date: 10/3/87 Council Will Vote on Budget After Meeting With Consultant ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 5 Vikki Kowalski Wins $500 In Art Competition One weekend recently, Joyce and Jack Kowalski decided to visit The Villages of Willow Bend, Metropolitan Financial Savings & Loan Association's 1800-acre planned residential community in the North Dallas/Piano area. At the same time, two of their children entered drawings in the special Back to School Jamboree art competition featured along with the tour of homes offering a financing package of 8-7/8 per- cent interest with 95 percent financing. Art contestants were asked to draw an impression, activity or amenity of The Villages of Willow Bend. Entries were judged on originality and creativity and categories ranged from pre- school and kindergarten through grade 12. Four awards were given in each category at the Sept. 13 show. The Kowalskis' daughter, Vikki, 5, took first place honors and a check for $500 in the pre-school /kindergarten group, and sister, Jill, 4, won a $25 cash book sav- ings account. The artwork from the 100 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 6 Police Report Lt. Gary Coop reported the following Sachse Police Depart- ment activity: Sept. 11, a white male was ar- rested for DWI in the 7300 block of Hwy. 78. A family disturbance was reported in the 5000 block of Greensboro. No charges filed. Sept. 12, a family disturbance was reported in the 3400 block of Jewel. The complainant did not file charges. Officers were able to settle a family disturbance in the 2500 block of Herring. No charges. In the 3500 block of Sachse. several juveniles were reported around a vacant house, but had left by the time officers arrived. An "unknown person" knocked at the door of a resident in the 3300 block of Tina, but had left by the time police answered the call. Lt. Coop praised the caller; the police are glad resi- dents are becoming more cau- tious about strangers. Sept. 13, a house was bur- glarized in the 2500 block of McDearmon. Police are investi- gating and have several leads. A resident in the 4500 block of Bryan Circle smelled s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 7 ANYONE INTERESTED IN STARTING AN INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE WYLIE/SACHSE AREA PLEASE CALL 475-2847 OR 475-3858 CHURCH of CHRIST Sachse, TX (Temporarily Meeting at Kids R Wee Day Care Center) Sunday Wednesday Schedule - 9 a.m. Bible Classes 10 a.m. Worship 6 p.m. Worship ■ 7:30 p.m. Bible Classes & Worship When the preacher went on vacation last summer, the CUSTODIAN took his place. At Sachse Christian Church, everyone is important and is encouraged to use their God-given gifts. Discover a faith that works at SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Road at Highway 78 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. A Good Lesson to Learn Now that the Walker Railey topic shows signs of becoming history, we all, of whatever reli- gious persuasion, can learn a valuable lesson or two from the situation. We can be sure that many faithful people have their con- fidence shattered when a leader falls before us. In any church or denomination such a situation will prove difficult...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 8 Iptxx, SPORTS Lakeview Continues Winning Ways — Defeats Newman Smith, 26-17 BY PAUL SPRINGFIELD Lakeview's new head coach, Tommy Watkins, put the flame back in to the Lakeview student body after his team defeated Kim- ball on Sept. 11. This week the Patriots chalked up win number 2, defeating Newman Smith, 26-17. Lakeview started the game off with an 87-yard drive in 13 plays, putting them in field goal range. Darren Brennen came on to put the Patriots up 3-0. Newman Smith's next drive lasted two plays after Tim Williams was hit by Billy Lueck and the ball was fumbled and recovered by Patriot Alan Copeland. The Patriots used 12 plays to drive to the Trojans' 5-yard line, from where Tracy McVickers scored. Lakeview quarterback Kerry Spencer threw an interception halfway through the first quarter, which led to a Trojan field goal. With LC's defense holding the Trojans on their one the Trojans tried to run Lynch up the m iddle, but Patriots Sand Strawn and Clay Willingham were t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 9 North Garland T. Jefferson 20 First Downs 17 322 Ydg. Rushing 223 0 Vdg. Passing 65 0-5-2 Passes 8-21-3 1-30.0 Punts 4-20.0 3 Fumbles Lost 4 6-50 Penalties 2-10 N. Garland 7 7 7 7-28 T. Jefferson 0 0 0 7-7 NG-Donald Ward, 19 run (Coley Chappell kick) NG-Ward, 2 run (Chappel kick) NG-Chris Zimmerman, 1 run (Chappell kick) NG-Ward, 1 run (Chappell kick) jTJ-Robbie Clarke, 5 run (Patrick leatherington kick) Wylie Girls Win Piano Cross Country Wylie High School won the Class AAAA girls division of the Piano Invitational cross country track meet Saturday. Chrisy Crowder, Allen, was the individual leader, finishing in 13:26, but Wylie's Elisa Sheppard (13:48) and Julie Gothard (13:54) finished second and third, respectively. North Garland was eighth in the Class AAAAA girls division at the same meet. In boys' cross country, Garland was ninth in a 13-team field of nass AAAAA teams at Piano. AHMO Prevails - Wylie Hands Kaufman 7-6 Defeat BY CHRISTI NALL Although a threat of rain prev...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 10 Sachse's Larry Bradley Finds Occasional Solace in Mexico m LARRY BRADLEY Kids In Uo uo DUANA YATES - Owner 495-0836 530-1850 SACHSE, TEXAS ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES TAP BALLET TUMBLING CHEERLEADING TOTS IN MOTION ACTIVITY TIME JAZZ TWIRLING DRILL TEAM BOY'S SKILLS SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL CLASSES FOR AGES IB MONTHS - ADULT hindaiwa! An affordable pleasure. If wood cutting isn't a pleasure, you're not cut ting wood with Shindaiwa. Our high torque and chain speed make Shin- daiwa chain saws melt easily through the toughest cuts. While our light weight and low vibration help you keep cutting longer and feeling better when the job's done. More affordable than ever. To really understand how pleasant a good" chain saw can he, experience Shin* daiwa. Our sale prices are unbelievable and our demonstrations are tree. For what von get and what you pav, Shindaiw.i's simply vour best civ ice MODEL 345 WITH 16 BAB ( 2.0 cu. in. / electronic ignition / 7-point anti-vibration / spark arresto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 11 GISD Releases Report On Ethnic Quotas In keeping with the mandates of U.S. District Judge Jerry Buchmeyer, GISD has completed a report concerning the ethnic quotas of teachers and students at each of the district's three new Academies for Excellence. The report shows Austin Aca- demy with an enrollment of 369 middle school students. Of this number 24.39 percent are Black; 8.40 percent are Mexican- American; 7.59 percent are Ori- ental; and 59.62 percent are other. Hillside Academy, with an en- rollment of 365 elementary students, showed 33.70 percent Black; 7.12 percent Mexican- American; 2.19 percent Oriental; and 56.99 percent other. Kimberlin Academy has an en- rollment of 431 elementary students. Of this number, 16.24 percent are Black; 18.56 percent Mexican-American; 7.19 percent Oriental; and 58 percent other. In order to reach a minimum of 51 percent Anglo enrollment at each academy, as ordered by the court, it was necessary to ask 375 children to select other schools...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 12 -■■"mmi ' I^H „ „ Dave Hooten of Sachse, director of security for Texas Power & Light, Go Getters members, children and grandchildren recently attended "Annie" at the Garland Civic Theatre. Dallas, addressed the Go Getters recently. To his left around the table The group saw Dallas Repertory s presentation of "Man ofLaMancha"Sept. 17 at NorthPark. Oct. 2, they'll are Anna Laura Skinner, Cleo Hutson, lona Ingram, and Dot Sumners. attend the Shrine Circus at Fair Park. Next meeting is at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 at the Library. New Hooten discussed a number of con schemes currently affecting senior members are welcome. citizens in the metroplex. Reasonable Reliable PARTNERS IIM GRIME Tammy Shoe 530-2309 Jackie Murphy 495-5599 "A Cleaning Service" Commercial - Residential $10 off House Cleaning with this ad Window-Cleaning Specials Available I E IIP oiq Dm pip oc pipdic pic did Picnic PiPnmirao nn nio nic nifj n it i mni-nn mo Air-Conditioning . and Appliance Repair We ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Roundup BY KRISTI LUMAN Two weeks after school started, North Garland High School stu- dents were back in the routine of school. The first school holiday, pep rally and football win were recorded, as well as the an- nouncement of several student honors. On Labor Day, students parti- cipated in the annual Garland parade. Seniors Renee Solar and Gina Kirkpatrick and sophomore Cari Jones led cheers for the Raiders throughout the parade. Junior Mam'selle Karen Horton performed a hand routine to "The Stars and Stripes Forever" with the rest of the drill team. Another Mam'selle, Carrie Crews, junior, rode in a convertible, represent- ing the Garland Jaycees' Junior Miss Pageant. Senior Gina Breitling, junior Amy Walter, sophomores Natalie Ramsey and Abby Lay, and fresh- man Brian Butcher marched with the Raider band as they played the music for the Mam'selles' routine. Senior Drum Major John Darling led the band. At the first pep rally, more than 1,000 students crowded into the boys' gym ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

Page 14 Feature Section Insurance carrier seeks healthier seniors By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service "Eighty percent of the health problems encountered by senior citizens are either preventable or postponable." The speaker is Thomas C. Paton, president of Blue Shield of California, a com- pany that has launched the first research and monitoring program on wellness for senior citizens in the nation. Blue Shield looked seriously at the 60 percent rise in the cost of Medicare since 1980 and the in- creasing costs of health care for elderly Americans. Rather than just increase their premiums to protect further against the expect- ed increases, this particular Blue Shield took a positive look at how to prevent or postpone illness in older adults, keeping people healthier and health costs lower. The result was Senior Health- trac and the initial participation of 80,000 senior citizen Blue Shield members in California in an ongo- ing health monitoring and person- al course-correction...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

c R O S S W o R D ACROSS 1. Zest; relish 6. Watery snow 11. Yearly 12. Soft mumble 14. Having sharp parts 15. Neglect 16. Smoky fog 17. Burrower 19. Prefix meaning "three" 20. Even: poetic 21. Graf — 22. Leg bone 23. Inheritor 24. Fencing swords 25. Sports com- plex 27. Scents 28. Turn outward 29. Angry fit 30. Roam 31. Experiment 32. Bad: French 35. Reverence 36. Small vessel 37. Very large 38. Wood smoother 40. Entertains 42. Avoids 43. Urchins 44. Take care of: 2 wds. 45. Vote into office ' 2 3 |4 5 11 14 16 17 1 20 18 b [ 7 8 9 10 ■ 12 15 19 22 23 4- 25 i2< 2 B 30 35 if 38 "f t" 42 1 (- 4 3 45 DOWN 1. Folklore dwarf 2. Alliance 3. Was intoned 4. Make lace 5. Site of ancient games 6. Grin 7. Kind of sled 8. Large coffee pot 9. Stifle 10. Hastens 11. Church part 13. Horse controls 18. Above: poetic 21. Transmitted 22. Espy 23. In this place 24. Revise 25. Declarations 26. Part of IRS 27. Visible to audience 28. Wipe the board 29. Ocean 31. Human trunk 32. Film. "The Sound of —"...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 September 1987

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