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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 October 1987

Y Page *13 shindarwa! 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 goodv .«• * >*i .jnv.rj chain saw can he, experience Shin- daiwa. Our sale prices are unbelievable and our demonstrations are free. For what you get and what you pav, Shindaiwa's simply your best choice. MODEL 345 WTTM16 BAB c >t* 2.0 cu. in. /electronic ignition / 7-point anti-vibration / spark arrestor muffler/ safety chain brake / automatic adjustable oiler / porous chrome cylinder. shindaiwa Library enthusiasts, left to right, are Sachse Library Board President Alan Merritt, Wylie's Truett and Rita Smith, and Sachse Librarian Rosanne Burgess. Smith addressed the local library board last...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 October 1987

Page 14 m Feature Section Retirement — to move or stay at home By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service "When I retire, I'll move to where it is warm, without these cold winters." "When I retire, I want to play golf every day." "When I retire, I want to get away from the noise of this city to where I can see the ocean every day." "When I retire, I want to move from this small town to where I can hear a real symphony, see professional theater and explore museums and galleries." "When I retire ..." Here you can fill in you own reason to consider a move on retirement — and if you do move away from your longtime residential area you will be among the 5 percent of retirees each vear who do so. The concept of moving — par- ticularly from the states where it gets very hot in summer or very cold in winter — started years ago and has grown actively over the past 20 years. What makes it all the more possible is the develop- ment of complete retirement com- munities, such as Leisure World and ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 October 1987

drome). Also mentioned were the relatively minor side effects of the vaccine. This is basically a medical mat- ter, and really belongs in those professional hands. Q. When I read about the daugh- ter who is against Mom s plastic surgery plans it so bothered me that I cannot forget it. I felt so sorry for that lovely daughter, be- cause nobody could see the dear heart of that girl, the precious and noble feelings she has toward her mother, a jewel hard to find these days! I can't see that her mother thought through the matter of plastic surgery carefully enough. In the important teenage years when a child's ideas and values are being turned upside down today, to now have her mother who is (or used to be) the dearest person on earth to her, suddenly change her whole facial appear- ance, would mean to her the losing of the mother she'd always known and loved ever since babyhood. I've seen a young person who had this done, and no longer can I accept him as the person I d known him to be...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 21 October 1987

Put Number 1 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 DOWNTOWN GARLAND — An exceptional opportunity to have your "at home office" in downtown Garland. This residence has the amenities that a profes- sional would like and the convenience that a professional needs. Super large living room, dining room, living/den and 4 bedrooms with room to spare. Call us for a private showing. 3-2-DR-LR-LD-workshop, patio. $95,000 STOP HERE - If you are looking for the perfect home this is it. Absolutely im- peccable. Remodeled with exquisite taste. New plush carpet. Tile floor. Gorgeous kitchen. Built-ins. Fabric walls. Wallpapers. Mini-blinds. Ceiling fans. Beautiful covered patio. Refrigerator-Washer-Dryer. Just like new. Landscape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Qie Sentinel VOLUME 12, NO. 38 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY OCT. 28, 1987 > 8 * Varied Halloween Activities Offered Sachse Area Residents Goblins, ghosts, haunted for Sachse area residents. houses, parades, etc. ... they'll all be part of this week's Halloween festivities There's something for everyone, young and old (see page 1 story). Haunted houses and woods, a parade and costume contest, car- nival, complimentary trick-or-treat bags, a hoe-down for adults and a "happening" with disc jockey and dancing will spice up Hallo- ween weekend for Sachse area residents. Locally, the Sachse Jaycees will sponsor a parade and cos- tume contest starting at City Hall at 4 p.m. Saturday. The costume judging will take place between 4 and 4:30 p.m., followed by the parade which is expected to ar- rive at Sachse Christian Church at 5:15 p.m. Costume prizes are to be awarded in the following age groups: 1-4, 5-7, 8-10, 11-15, and 16-adult. Everyone is invited. Still in their co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Kage 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE /J Jack-O' -Lantern Contest! Kids when you come by the bank to pick up your complimentary Trick or Treat Bag, bring your jack-cflantern on Thursday or Friday. Our judges will look them all over and award prizes to the three that best depict Halloween. Winners will be revealed at 5 p.m. on Friday. If you wish to take your pump- kin home, you are asked to pick it up between 5 and 6 p.m. Friday. That will give you time to put your lantern in your window to scare away the goblins on Halloween. . w/>iir We will be looking for you at First National. So give us a preview of your costume when you bring in your pumpkin and receive your treat bag. Winners will be announced in The Sentinel next week. 6 LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Iriday FDKS 6600 PEOPLE & SER VICE * ^ DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: Make The Difference 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday (214) 530-7999 MPHCT Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 ' Garland, T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

!f; Page 4 An arrest in the 4400 block of Sachse Road of a white female on a Collin County Sheriff's Department warrant started off the police news for the week of Oct. 16 to 22, as reported by Lt. Gary Coop. That same day, a resident in the 6700 block of Coral Lane reported a burning smell. The Fire Department found a piece of plastic in the dishwasher as the source of smoke. No damage. Several juveniles were re- ported on a porch of a vacant house in the 6200 block of DeWitt. Officers notified parents of the subjects, who said they would handle the matter. Officers investigated a suspi- cious persons call in the 6400 block of Parkview, but the two men had left the area. Police notified the owner of loose livestock in the 4500 block of Brand Road. He returned the cows to the pasture. Officers went to the scene of a Police Report major accident on Pleasant Valley and Elm Grove on Oct. 17. A motorcyclist was taken to Lake Pointe Hospital in Rowlett bv Century Ambulance. A white woman...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Page 5 SACHSE CALENDAR Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, Station. First National Bank of Sachse, jack-o^antern contest, Thursday & Fri- day, Oct. 29 & 30, bank. See ad. Go Getters, 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, meet at Sachse Library to go to Senior Citizens Craft Fair at Fair Park. Lunch on way home. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, First United Methodist Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, City Hall. Lunch Bunch, noon, Tuesday, Nov. 3, Christian Church. Charter Review Commission, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, First National Bank. Food Bank, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, City Hall. For those who gualify. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Station. Webb Middle School PTSA, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, cafeteria. Sachse Horses Win First-Place Honors Toy and her baby, minia- ture horses owned by Guy and Virtus Hyatt, took first place in their class at the State Fair of Texas. In addition, Toy won se- cond place honors and neighbor girl Heather Grant took ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Page 6 SPORTS Coon Hunt Ends in Big Win For Wylie, 21-10 Underdog Lakeview Stuns Highland Park Scots, 28-21 BY PAUL SPRINGFIELD Going in as 19-point under- dogs. the Lakeview Patriots shocked the Highland Park Scots 28-21, causing the biggest upset of the year as far as LCHS is concerned. Highland Park got on the board first with a one-yard run by Mark Faulk after quarterback Casey Clyce completed a 37-yard pass to Philip Simpling and Clyce ran for 19 yards. In the second quarter the Patriots went to work, marching 73 yards to the Scots' three-yard line. Fate stepped in on the next play when Patriot running back Rod Grimes was hit and fumbled the ball at the one-yard line into the hands of teammate G.J. hunter in the end zone for the touchdown. The second half started with both teams tied at 7, but that lasted only a short time after Highland Park fumbled the open- ing kickoff and Lakeview recov- ered at the Highland Park 30-yard line. On first down Tracy McVickers ran for three yar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Page 7 Wylie Highlights BONDED INSURED HOUND DOG CLEANING SERVICE Rssidentisl/CommerciBl wt otr rour noun clean a§ a tout we o 10 out tmt omr Call us for estimates 864-8045 Ask for Karan or Tom *« a it toun houmb tail waqoiho cltam. S M T W T F S NOVEMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1987 B 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 0 BY MARIE JANKOVIAK The Pirates have been making headlines again with big varsity football wins over Princeton and Frisco and a freshman football win over Frisco. The JV and var- sity girls volleyball teams also had a successful week with vic- tories over Bonham. Expecting a rather tough game against Frisco, the Wylie cheer- leaders held a parking lot pep ral- ly Friday. With encouragement from parents and friends, the Pirates defeated the Coons 21-10. Guest speakers Amy Klatt and Paige Klatt led the Spanish Club in a discussion on Mexico and Ecuador Oct. 20. President is Mike Heischman. Members of the Science Club were entertained recently with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Page 8 Go Getters' leadiMMrie Schwenk and Martin LeBrecht from the Office on Aging, Garland. 1 <: : ■ ^ : Bertie Smith, left, and Eloise Bailey. Go Getters Ruth Robinson, left, and Cleo Hutson. mA* nm<H V Mozelie Toler, left, and Glenda Skinner. mi Dot Sumners, left, chats with lona Ingram. Odie Foster, left, and Nate Davis. Authority On Seniors Addresses Go Getters Martin Lebrecht from the Of- fice on Aging in Garland had the answers to everything from hous- ing to part-time jobs for members of the Sachse Go Getters at their recent meeting in the Christian Church. LeBrecht handed out pertinent telephone numbers and impor- tant information, some of which is listed below. Senior citizens who would like one of the free handouts may cali 494-7271. • Garland Home Sharing Service - 494-7271. • Foster Home Program - 827-5210. • Home care - 494-7271. • Listing of jobs for persons 55 and over - 494-7271. • Attorney - Neighborhood Service Center, 701 Clark St., from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Page 9 MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and preparation • Notary • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2<)74 YVvlie BASKETS OF LOVE Baskets filled with gilts for get- well, birthday, new home, baby, over-the-hill, any occasion. Big attraction in nursing homes and hospitals. Amy, 423-6892; Isabel, 214/853-2041. The Li ANYONE INTERESTED IN STARTING AN INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE WYLIE/SACHSE AREA PLEASE CALL 475-2847 OR 475-3858 CHILDREN'S HALLOWEEN (214) 414-0600 CARNIVAL Saturday, October 31 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Sachse Christian Church (Ben Davis Rd. at Highway 78) FREE ADMISSION includes: Trick or Treat Candy and Prizes Additional Games Available at 5 per $1.00 May we extend our warmest invitation to visit us at . We would be so pleased to have you and your family come and share our services with us! Sunday School 10:00 a m- Sunday Morning Worship n:o° a m- Sunday Hour of Power 5:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 P-m- Wednesday...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

Page 10 Feature Section —■—■————— Some words of praise for schools, teachers By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. One of my major frustration is that my children seem to know more than I do. That may appear strange to you, but I've mentioned this to several friends, and they admit that they feel the same way. Two of my children are in high school, a third one still in the elementary grades. Despite the fact that I've read so many times how poor our schools are, I don't see them that way. Practically all the teachers and administrators I've met are bright, dedicated people. Except before examinations (or some- times after) our children admit, somewhat grudgingly, that they like and admire most of them. I just felt I had to tell you this because so many people write to you in a negative manner. I don't feel that way about the school in- novations our children take in stride and the knowledge and teachers they have. A. You're right — it is good to hear something affirmative...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

says. "When my arthritis was diag- nosed, my life and business was as a professional tennis player. I went through the four classic steps of any traumatic situation First there was denial — it could not be happening to me It was not happening to me. Then came anger and grief; the second and third steps. It was in the fourth step — acceptance of its presence that I could deal with it, live with it. overcome it and continue iy life as a professional tennis layer." The diagnosis was of arthritis in both of her knees. "Instead of just relaxing, taking it easy, I started an active exercise program to benefit my entire body. That pro- gram included weightlifting, cycl- ing and aerobics — and I did it actively. This was very contrary to the orders of my first doctor who told me never to lift more than 7 pounds of weight. "With the increased exercise I found not only my body working better, but my mind was sharper and my self-image was increased greatly. "Anyone with arthritis needs to be a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 28 October 1987

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 FAMILY HOME DELIGHT - Texas living at its best. 2,500 square feet plus. Ex- tras galore. Circle Drive. Boat pad. Gorgeous covered patio. Landscaping. Now let's go into a giant living den. Fireplace. Built-ins everywhere. Formal dining. Game room. Wet bar. Microwave. Compactor. Gas/electric. Beamed ceilings. Master with separate dressing areas. Much much more. Dream home perfect for family and kids. 4-3-2-Brk-DR-Den-Game Room-FP-WB. $149,900 4 BEDROOMS ON 1 ACRE - Country living, 2300 sq. ft. plus. Updated with a contemporary flair, plenty of trees, gorgeous swimming pool, beautiful stone fireplace, natural light galore. 4th bedroom could be office, 3 split baths, cu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Qie -Sentinel VOLUME 12 NO. 39(214) 530-1100 SACHSE-. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY NOV. 4, 1987 Opposition Expressed to Proposed $50,000 Council Spending "Cap" Wem. 'fv.-, & The Charter Review Commis- sion for the City of Sachse, now meeting in full committee, cur- rently is examining all recom- mended changes. A public hearing will be called by Chairman Mickey Archer late this month or early in December, as all work has to be completed by Jan. 6, 1988, the date the commission expires. Most controversial change may center around Section 7.14, whereby the Charter Review Commission in its primary report recommended a $50,000 spend- ing "cap" by the City Council. At the Oct. 15 public hearing, Coun- cilman Wayne Snipes requested the group consider enlarging that amount, and Pat Mclnnish also spoke against a "cap." Mayor Larry Holden, reversing his position from the last public hearing, stated that he was against "tying the Council's hands," pointing out that if the Pleasant Valley pumpin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 2 Oie §ei\_tii\,el NEWS & ADVERTISING 5624 Highway 78 Sachse, texas 75098 (214) 530-1100 ESTABLISHED 1976 Publisher - Don Swanson Editor - Reba Liner NOVEMBER 1987 Wylie Independent School District Food Service Menus MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 9 Crispy Tacos witli Shredded Lettuce & Grated Cheese Mexican Corn Cinnamon Crispy ^^Grilled Cheese French Fries Beef-Vegetable Soup Wacky Cake HChicken-fried Steak Mashed Potatoes Candied Carrots Hot Roll Lemon Pudding 12 Crispeto with Cheese Fried Rice Pinto Beans Chilled Pineapple __ TRY IT DAY! 13crispy Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes Buttered Broccol: Hot Roll Strawberrv Chific 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. Distrib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

, Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE CHECKING ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT LOANS - ALL KINDS Check On Our Services Need a personal checking account or separate account for your new business venture? Are you saving for a special occasion or for your child's college years? Are you familiar with our handy Bank by Mail service or our night depository.' Are your valuable papers, jewelry and other items securely stored in one of our safe deposit boxes? These and the other services listed on this page are available at First National Bank of Sachse. A friendly and informed team of financial experts is ready to help you. Call or come in today and see for yourselves the difference that our people and our brand of service can make for you. BANK BY MAIL SAFE DEPOSIT mm TRAVELER'S CHECKS MONEY ORDERS CASHIER'S CHECKS PEOPLE & SER VICE LOBBY HOURS: 1 rr-ii n.nn DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: Make Ine Dllierence 8:00-6:00Monday-Thursday/8:00-7:00Friday (214) 530-7999 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Frid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 4 MIKE RICHEY Calico Kids Register Now for Fall. 1517 Buckingham Plaza . at N. Garland Ave. 495-1719 201 CALLOWAY WYLIE, TEXAS 75098-0040 442-3505 JOHN YEAGER, CIC WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. CO VJ vt ★ BOYS SKILLS * PRESCHOOL ★ Co DAVID'S MEAT MARKET 4010 N. Jupiter Rd. (Between Arapaho & Beltline) i ¥ All Our Beef Is USDA CHOICE Corn-Fed Iowa Beef Sold with 100% Guarantee FULL SERVICE MEAT MARKET FRESH TURKEYS AVAILABLE ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING Tuesday - Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. FREE 1 8-oz. FILLET MIGNON With Purchase of 1 8-oz. FILLET MIGNON Expiration: 11/14/87 Beef Cut To Order 495-8315 Luna Principal Mike Richey Had No Trouble Choosing Profession In the East Texas town of Sulphur Springs, where his father served as principal, Mike Richey made up his mind at an early age exactly what he was going to do with his life. "I didn't like having to call my daddy 'Mr. Richey' when I was a kid in school, but I also looked up to him and realized that he dearly loved his job...

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