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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

1 Page 5 THE DOCTOR SAYS BY MALCOLM J. WALL, M.D. We live in an automated and highly technological society that does not require exercise to carry out many of our everyday duties. Fortunately, the acceptance of exercise as part of a healthy life is becoming more prevalent. Par- ticipation in activities such as run- ning, cycling and racquetball has increased significantly. As our jobs and everyday activities re- quire very little physical effort, we should build vigorous exercise into our daily routine. The responsibility for maintain- ing health and physical fitness lies with the individual. Before beginning any fitness program, however, one should consult his or her physician for a complete physical examination and cardiac evaluation. A program should be designed for each individual. The program should be based on a person's activity level, body type and proportion, age and sex, mental and physical health status, and endurance. Unfortunately, stretching exer- cises are the most ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

Page 6 . . . More Photos From 1987 Fallfest Sarah Carter napped while mother, Rhonda, helped out at the First Baptist Adult Choir booth David Cooley and mother, Chris, of Garland take a break from Fair activities. * .v W.. : * ■■ ft, J ^ x w .O f * :- jr Opal Holloway Dallas, displayed handmade dolls. 1 Ken Murphy and daughter Lindsey (with painted kit- ten on cheek) of North Garland join in the Fair fun. & I Kids try their pitching techniques at the game booths. Bob Van dry and Tommy Roan assist at the Booster Club booth. w>. vi'-y /• ' ' «• • V \'iS V 1 iflMM Joyce Yandry, left, and her mother, Bernice Bailey, help out in the Booster Club booth. Balloons capture the attention of Jeremy McTavish Bouncing in the Moon Walk tent attracts these of Nevada. youngsters.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

Page 7 YOUR CHIROPRACTOR REPORTS BY DR. MICHAEL ASHBY WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC? The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease. — Thomas A. Edison Webster's New College Dic- tionary defines chiropractic as "a therapeutic system based on the premise that disease is caused by interference with nerve func- tion, the method of treatment be- ing to restore normal condition by adjusting the segments of the spinal column." In simpler terms the body's system of nerves can be com- pared to a modern telephone system. Just as complex cables leave a central office to serve thousands of telephones, nerve fibers pass through the small openings between each vertebra (backbone) on their way to all parts of the body. These openings are formed by two vertebrae and the slightest improper alignment or position- ing of a vertebra can partially close one of these small open- ings and interfere w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

to Page 8 SPORTS Wylie Shuts Out Whitesboro, 46-0 In Front of Homecoming Crowd BY CHRISTI NALL "Wily" would be the best word to sum up the Wylie Pirates' Homecoming game against Whitesboro Friday night as the Pirates trounced the Bearcats, 46-0, in front of a stadium filled with alumni. Wylie dominated in all aspects of the mismatched game. The Pirates' explosive offense, tight defense, along with Coach Jerry Shaffer's first third straight turn- over-free game, left Whitesboro stunned. The Pirates, who would score on their first five possessions, left much to be desired for the visit- ing Bearcats. Wylie's domination started early as Dan Heischman ran 46 yards on the first play of posses- sion. Keith Hartman added the extra point as the Pirates pulled ahead 7-0. After Whitesboro struggled for several yards, it was forced to punt and Wylie launched another scoring drive. Jason Brown con- nected with Andy Wolfe on a 23- yard pass to the Whitesboro six- yard line and on the next play B...

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

Page 9 Mora were tops on defense for Garland. Tolbert led a very potent Raider rushing attack with 109 yards on 15 carries and one touchdown. The Raider defense held the city's best rushing tandem (statistically speaking) to a com- bined 125 yards on 30 carries. North Garland 14 223 46 5-8-1 3-26 1 3-35 N. Garland Garland First Downs Ydg. Rushing Ydg. Passing Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Penalties 0 ( 0 ( Garland 13 172 46 4-7-0 3-31 2 3-35 0-7 0-7 G-Darrell Ridge, 2 run (Luis Mora kick) NG-Skip Tolbert, 39 run (Coley Chappell kick) Lakeview Remains Winless In District Play BY PAUL SPRINGFIELD Master Goal Management System Report Presented The final results of the 1986-87 GISD Master Goal Management System (MGMS) were presented to Trustees by Dr. Barbara Mason. A total of 242 action plans were implemented in 1986-87 by 31 central administrators and 48 building principals. Elementary principals included one plan to improve home-school communications, one plan to reward academic excellen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

Kage 10 $ REWARD $ NEARLY NEW BRICK 3-BEDROOMS For the RETURN of or INFOR- 2 Full Baths. 2-Car Garage. MATION leading to RETURN of: Wood-burning Fireplace. Just FEMALE BLACK LAB painted. Cathedral Ceiling. 70 lbs. with approximately 1" white Ceiling Fan. $595. 871-1922. spot on chest. Wearing collar with Sachse City Tag #156 at disap- £rjc wjjj, ^ t)|ac|^ bobtail cat, pearance on 8/30 from area of pkase ca„ Tom 214/306-1232. Bailey Road and Hwy. 78. NEEDS MEDICATION! 495-3746 or leave 2 { 4pLEX WBFp ceUing fans message at 530-1335. W/I) connections tarport. 5640 Brookview Ct. 414-0335. BASKETS OF LOVE Baskets filled with gifts for get- well, birthday, new home, baby, over-the-hill, any occasion. Big Is it 1 rue You Can Buy Jeeps lor attraction in nursing homes and $44 through the U.S. government.' hospitals. Amy, 423-6892; Isabel, Get the facts today! Call 214/853-2041. 1-312-742-1142 Ext. 8410-A. Kids In DUANA YATES - Owner 495-0836 530-1850 SACHSE, TEXAS SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL PERFO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

S M T W T F S OCTOBER 1 2 3 1987 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 27 28 29 30 31 Statewide Activities (cont. from previous issue) 14 18 14 18 lb 15 15 16 1517 Gilmer 15 16 17 1518 Mice 15 18 Bay City 16 17 IS 18 Tyler 15-16 16 16-17 16-18 17 1520 Lamesa 16 Hallettsvllle 1(17 Bonham 1617 Brownfiild 1617 farmers vtlle 1617 Groesbeck 16 17 16 17 Henderson 1617 terms 1(17 Kamnlta 1(17 Lamna 16-17 Lubbock 1(17 Hiwton 16 I? 16-17 Paudtru 16-17 Port Aramai lt-17 Richardson 16 IB Abilene 1MB Canton 1618 Cjniro Spnnp 16 17 1(18 Dallas 1(18 Ennis 16-17 1R 1(18 10 Harlinftn 1(-18 Hearna 1(18 Hunts villa 1(18 Hew Braunfals 1(18 Plainvia* 16 18 Somarvillt 1(18 Tort town 16 17 18 16-25 San Antonio 17 Bowia 17 Brownfiald 17 Clifton 17 Qfdi 17 Dmna i; Cuitaca 17 Grap«land 17 Navttofl 17 knttlavn 17 MarfttomHIU 17 MMmtar I? Paat 17 lMf < 17 %ii«i 17 Satma Houston Tens Natl Sports. Camping & Vacation Show (713/799 9555) Nacofdochti Piney Woods Fair (409/564-0849) ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

Page 12 Police Report Births Lt. Gary Coop supplied infor- mation about police activity dating from Sept. 25. Sept. 25, a "suspicious per- son" was reported knocking on doors in the 5600 block of Brook- view Ct. Officers checked and found out the man was looking for someone, but he was on the wrong street. Officers are investigating har- assing phone calls to someone in the 6300 block of Ben Road. A resident in the 4500 block of Bryan Circle reported the theft of three hubcaps. A "possible kid- napping" in the 5300 block of Brookview was referred to Dallas. Sept. 26, a minor accident took place at Hwy. 78 and Williford. The Fire Department put out a fire of a tractor mowing in the Sachse Cemetery. Criminal mis- chief was reported inside a va- cant house in the 4500 block of Bryan Circle. Police arrested a white male on two Mesquite war- rants in the 5800 block of Hwy. 78. Firemen were called to a grass fire in the 5400 block of Pleasant Valley. The same day, a white male was arreste...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

Pastor Traces Church Division BY RICK DuBOSE Sachse Assembly of God Church People often ask: Why are there so many beliefs or teach- ings of different churches when all of them use the same Bible? The church began as one church. After Jesus had finished his work on earth, he told his disciples to tarry in Jerusalem un- ' til they were endowed with power to be witnesses (Acts 1:4-8), then he ascended to the Father in heaven (Acts 1:9). Then 120 believers (later to be called Christians in the book of Acts), gathered in an upper room in Jerusalem (Acts 1:15). On the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit came on them and many signs and wonders began to happen and continued through the disci- ples just as it was when Jesus was on earth (Acts 2:1-4). That day, 3000 people were added to the number of believers. (Acts 2:41). In the following chapters of Acts, we see that the church con- tinued to grow rapidly. As it grew it became impossible for all to meet together. So they met in houses and s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

Page 14 Feature Section Financing long term care for the elderly By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Long term care. These three words carry more concern, more confusion and less understandable communication than most other words or expressions concerning mature adults. Long term care — how to pro- vide it and to pay for it — is being discussed without resolution in Congress. It is presented in horror stories by the media and present- ed as a threat to senior citizens by some who peddle insurance poli- cies or other programs. In this column we look at the term, the conditions, the cost and the quick facts on long term care. LONG TERM CARE Only a small percentage of sen- ior citizens will ever need long term care. Presently only 5 per- Cut Arrangements Blooming Plants Wedding Arrangements runeral Designs Green Plants Gifts / Wire Service We Deliver 475-2098 3630 MAIN STREET huWLETT cent of those age 65-plus are insti- tutionalized in any way. There are additional senior citizens...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 7 October 1987

ing your instruction. Call them and conduct a series of simple conversations that focus on giving and receiving accurate informa- tion. These ideas should, of course, be adapted and added to depending on the maturity of your children, based on their ability to absorb your instruction. If you want a more complete ■copy of the suggestions write for the July 1987 issue of (fi)Stay In Touch! fr), to Faye Mohajer, editor, AT&T Room 5141B1, 295 North Maple Ave., Basking Ridge, N.J. £7920. Your Horoscope Guide ARIES: (March 21 to April 19 — Also Aries Ascendant) — You could get a second chance on something important — give it all you've got! Concentrate on partnerships, don't be rushed into quick decisions and check careful- ly for legal rights. It may be time to finally break with the past. TAURUS: (April 20 to May 20 - Also Taurus Ascendant) — Lady Luck rides with you. You may win a contest or benefit from specula- tive ventures. Set a good example in the workplace and you'll gain co...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

Qie Sentinel 0 OLUME 12. NO. 36 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY OCT. 14, 1987 P "Crime Everybody's Problem ' Lt. Gary Coop Tells Chamber Lt. Gary Coop of the Sachse Police Department described the latest business security mea- sures to members of the Cham- ber of Commerce Tuesday. Coop said that a lot of people believe that crime is inevitable, nothing can be done to prevent it, it is a police problem, and not anyone else's. "That simply is not true," Coop said. "Crime is a community problem - it's every- body's problem." The security expert listed safe- guards for businesses as chain link fences with V-tops and shrub- bery, preferably thorny hedges. He discouraged using wood fences or shrubbery taller than two feet in order to prevent hiding places. He recommends solid doors opposed to hollow core doors and inside hinges, and iron or steel bars on glass windows, doors and on roofs. He calls roofs a "vulnerable point of entry.' "It's true, you might not be aDle to keep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE Meet Ed Stuart, New Senior VP First National welcomed Ed Stuart to our senior officer staff October 1. Well-known in Texas banking circles for some 30 years, Ed most recently served 15 years with a Farmersville bank. He was born in Miles near San Angelo and grew up in West Texas, starting his banking career in Midland in 1957. He left a position at a Kermit bank to accept the Farmersville opportunity. He and his wife, Zan, make their home in Farmersville. Ed is looking forward to meeting the customers. Next time you're in the bank, drop in and get acquainted. PEOPLE & SER VICE LOBBY HOURS: DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: Make The Difference 8 00 6; (X) Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:001-riday 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday (214) 530 7999 FDH£ MPHCT 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas *P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 t=J tOUAl NOOSINO lender

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

Page 4 <3l.e geivtiiiel 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 weekly to an homes in Sachse. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wylie, Rowlett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 15C word $3.00 minimum ED STUART Ed Stuart Joins First National Bank Ed Stuart of Farmersville has joined the First National Bank of Sachse as a senior vice presi- dent, according to Chairman Ed Collins and President John Cooper. "Ed brings to our bank years of successful banking ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

Page 5 Wylie Highlights Letters to the Editor: t r / BY MARIE JANKOVIAK With the first six weeks of school drawing to a close, stu- dents of Wylie High School are busy studying for tests and finish- ing projects. Seniors are ex- changing pictures and juniors are eagerly awaiting the arrival of class rings next month. The National Honor Society, led by President Tammy Berg- hauser, met last week to discuss plans for induction of new mem- bers at the end of the month. They agreed on a welcome din- ner for newcomers and a "trick or treat for canned foods" com- munity project. Homecoming Week success- fully boosted spirits with the Student Council putting on an exciting week of dress-up spirit themes. The dance, Nightlife, was beautifully decorated with help from Chairman Bethany Oden. The pep rally added an exciting note as the football team lit candles in tribute to the tenth anniversary of Wylie's AA State Championship. AHMO spirit soared as the band played and the cheerleaders led c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

Page 6 ^ Owl Tracks PS 'd a S T2 rt 0 BY LOREE ELTON THELMA THWARTUM - By Alex A public service of the Sachse Police Department BEAUTIFUL DAV FOR RIDING •. ^ °^:nr '11 BOBBYS NOT WINKING. ^ f THAT'S A Si • NLAa] IBIKE YOU HAVE jf 11" I'D BETTER WATCH WIS BIKE UNTIL HE COMEi BACK & , YE AH. MY DAD (JUST BOUGHT IT FOR ME ,:«w n«)' At the end of the first six weeks. Garland High students are still going strong. The Owls are also making plans for upcoming weeks. All three football teams played Lakeview Centennial this past week. The freshman team, cheered on by Cheerleader Raynee Spicer, suffered a defeat 14-0. The junior varsity, however, won with a score of 35-19. The Owls varsity remains undefeated with a win of 28-10 against the patriots and a tie of 7-7 with the North Garland Raiders. The up- coming varsity game is Saturday night against North Mesquite at Williams Stadium. Karen Ramirez and Ronda Elton of the junior varsity volley- ball team continued their unde- feated season ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 14 October 1987

Page 8 SPORTS v« v V" "WW Wylie Uses Strong Running Game, Tough Defense to Subdue Coppell BY CHRISTI NALL Capitalizing on a strong run- ning game and their usual tough defense, the Wylie Pirates were able to storm past the Coppell Cowboys, 28-3, Friday night. The Pirates, who are now 3-0 in district play, are rapidly picking up speed in order to keep their 11-AAA district championship hopes alive. Wylie's offense, under the guidance of quarterback Jason Brown, had some difficulty get- ting things started, as the Cowboys introduced an unfamil- iar defense to the Pirates. Hit 'em and hit 'em hard was the name of the game the major- ity of the night. The defensive lines of both teams held tight and allowed little offensive movement the first quarter. With 5:00 left, the Pirates were able to break through the barrier and land inside the five-yard line, from where Tim Christopher stag- gered his way into the end zone for the first touchdown of the night. Keith Hartman added the PAT. A se...

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