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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

desk. "Yes, they're from stu- dents," he said, grinning. "And I'm looking forward to eating them - especially if they're Jonathans." Asked about problems at Luna, Richey had to think for a few moments. "At some schools, I'd have said parental involvement, but I'm happy to say that is not the case at Luna. The things that come to mind here are manners and respect and interaction with .and listening to adults. Those are Four goals to work on here." Expectation is a key word in Richey's vocabulary. "I think you get out of life what you expect," he said. "I just want to add that at Luna our standards and our expectations are high." Pleasant Valley Methodist Sets Bazaar Saturday A Christmas bazaar will be held at the Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church, Pleasant Val- ley and Merritt Roads, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. The women's group of the church is the sponsor Crafts and gifts of all kinds will be on sale. ■ 'v' BPPfli ilUM,# A flag that flew over the Capitol in Washin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 6 MARY JANE'S SERVICES Tax Planning Income Tax Counseling and Preparation • Notar- • Public Typing • Insurance Filing (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 VVylie % MARY KAY COSMETICS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY For a complimentary facial or for Mary Kay re-orders, call Dorothy Bentley 442-1341. 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE, 2416 Country Hollow Lane, north of Pleasant Valley & Buckingham, 8-6 Saturday, Nov. 7. I^ots of bargains! NEARLY NEW BRICK 3-BEDR00MS 2 Full Baths. 2-Car Garage. Hood-burning Fireplace. Just painted. Cathedral Ceiling. Ceiling Fan. $595. 871-1922. Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through the U.S. government? Get the facts today! Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. 8410-A. OAK FIREWOOD. $125 cord, $65 half cord, delivered, stacked. Braley & Sons, phone 442-2141. LOVING MOTHER in Wylic wants to care for children in her home. Nutritious meals provided. 442-7125. WANTED: Hard-working, quali- fied people to clean. Good pay. Call 214/306-0621. 2-1, 4PLEX - WBFP, ceiling fans, W/D con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 7 ¥• I Bubba Woods took first place, a $25 savings ac- count, in the pumpkin decorating contest at First Na- tional Bank of Sachse last Friday. Trina and Justin Pittsinger, second place winners of a $17.50 savings account for their hand-painted pumpkin. Third place winners, the Hughs family, won with their pumpkin patch. Left to right are winners and friends Wendy Barnett, Jennifer Hughs, Melinda Hughs, and Laura Lanning. Not shown is Mike Hughs. Their prize was a $10 savings account. If you are interested in joining the Fire Auxiliary, call Marie French, 495-2166. Texas instruments Employees Sought Librarian Rosanne Burgess asks that present or retired Texas Instruments employees call her at the Library or at home, 530- 8966 or 530-6635. ANYONE INTERESTED IN STARTING AN INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH IN THE WYLIE/SACHSE AREA PLEASE CALL 475-2847 OR 475-3858 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1520 Blackburn Road Sachse, Texas (214) 530-1005 Mark T. Moore Pastor Sunday Schedule Church Sc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 8 Sachse Residents Celebrate Halloween Sachse residents (kids and adults alike) enjoyed Halloween fes- tivities Saturday, which included a costume contest at City Hall, parade, and a carnival at Sachse Christian Church. ' "'ft v J> „ * 1 V, -■ in . . v " ■ ■-v... . 4>'<- ' <t The parade included Sachse Boy Scouts . . . and Sachse Girl Scouts. \ 1' Mayor and Mrs. Larry Holden were there and the Mayor quip- ped, "I've been accused of being Mickey Mouse, so I dressed for the occasion." Some preferred walking . . . while others took an easier mode of travel Sachse Christian Church provided good, clean entertainment with a carnival in its gymnasium There were numerous booths, left, including a Lollipop Treehouse, center, and plenty to eat, right. J w Si. Goblins, devils, clowns, spacemen, witches . . . they all were represented at Saturday's Halloween costume contest, staged by the Sachse Jaycees at City Han.

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Paqe 9 «i 4 y, If '"aLA -. JSa&fc T®sl®!w5r ". , * ft * " «w^wmrn S J s#$ssm ,;- ; {•-; ■*■/•< • f/rsf, second and third-place winners in all age divisions roue in the parade aboard this hay-laden trailer. 3DOOOT WILSON'S • 4905 HWY. 66 • ROWLETT NEW 100-ITEM FOOD BAR Includes Salads. Hot Soup, Hot Muffins, Fresh Fruit, Dessert Items, Soft Serve Ice Cream " / t ' , ' M ' . * y., J#***,,* . /. "J *; Jg . - ML, AS*." ^ ^ ! * y ^ v" . 100-seat Banquet Room available on request Salad Bar included with all Steak Dinners. 11-9 Sun.-Thurs. 11-10 Fri. & Sat. Bring this ad and receive $1 off any steak dinner. Expires Dec. 5 James and Boyce Wilson Owners at this location two years IMMKP MMm Meeting place for Sachse Lions Club and Rowlett Rotary Club atxjocxxxxxxx: 30CSC

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 10 Krazy Kraft Bazaar Scheduled Nov. 12-14 Crafts enthusiast Cindy Walker, Murphy, who recently won rib- bons at the State Fair of Texas for two Christmas tree skirts and a ceramic piece, will hold a Krazy Kraft Bazaar at her home, 511 Ridgeview Dr., from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Nov. 12,13, and 14. Cindy, who has been winning Fair ribbons since 1981, will be assisted by several friends, who are also Fair winners. There will be tree skirts and ornaments, ceramics, dough art, and stained glass, and home baked goods among the items for sale. Cindy will also be taking part in the Best Bazaar at 2228 Foun- tainhead in North Piano Nov. 20-21. Park Lake Baptist Purchases 1.2 Acres Park Lake Baptist Church has purchased an additional 1.2 acres at the intersection of Sachse Road and Blossom which, for the time being, will be designated for future parking. With the iatest acquisition, Park Lake Baptist Church now owns 4.5 acres fronting on Sachse Road. "We will be having discussions of how bes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 11 xjcxx;<k| SPORTS i Wylie Clinches Tie for Title With 33-3 Win Over Farmersville BY CHRISTI NALL Wylie used a balanced scoring attack at Farmers Stadium Friday night to coast past Farmersville, 33-3, clinching at least a tie for the District 11-AAA title. The Farmers shocked the Pi- rates on their first play from scrimmage as Ronnie Raines broke free and ran 77 yards to the Pirates' 17-yard line. Wylie's defense then took over and Raines booted a 27-yard field goal, giving the Farmers a 3-0 lead. From that point on it was all Wylie. Tim Christopher made the first touchdown for the night, scoring on a five-yard run. Sean Weaks added the PAT and the Pirates led, 7-3. After Wylie blocked a Farmers- ville punt, getting possession on Farmersville's 36, it was again scoring time. Eight plays later, Christopher ran the needed yard for the touchdown. The extra point kick failed and the score re- mained 13-3. It looked good for Farmersville as Tim Jones recovered a Wylie fumble at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Page 12 Wylie Hospital Opens Mammography Suite Every 15 minutes, three women develop breast cancer and one dies of the disease. Breast cancer will strike one in 10 women at some time in their lives. Each year, about 115,000 new cases are diagnosed, mak- ing it the leading cause of death in women between the ages of 40 and 49. And yet, it doesn't have to be, because it is one of the easiest forms of cancer to detect. Early detection and treatment of small tumors result in lifesaving cures in more than 90% of pa- tients and increases the oppor- tunity to minimize physical and emotional scarring. Guidelines from the American Cancer Society for breast cancer detection are as follows: 1. Monthly breast self- examination beginning at age 20. 2. Physical examination of the breasts by a physi- cian every 3 years be- tween the ages of 20 and 40; annually after 40. 3. A baseline mammogram (for later comparison) between the ages of 35-40. followed by every one or two years between 40 and 49; a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

Paqe 13 New Books On Library Shelves New at the library are the following: New Dictionary of American Slang The Evans Guide to Housetrain- ing Your Dog Making Cabinets and Built-ins You Can Sketch and Draw in Color You Can Paint Flowers, Plants and Nature You Can Paint Portraits The Stamp Atlas The American Guide to Britain Anne Frank Remembered Jewish Legends In Hitler's Germany Berlin Diaries The Smithsonian Book of North American Indians Imelda Marcos Beverly (about Beverly Sills) Weather Forecasting Discovering Crickets and Grasshoppers The Friendly Prairie Dog Jungles The Virginia Colony. Lakeview Student Council Cited for Service The Lakeview Centennial Stu- dent Council was recently nomi- nated for the 1987 Governor's Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service. This hard-working group also received a resolution passed by the Texas House of Representa- tives during the last legislative session in honor of its work with the Christian Care Center resi- dents. Wylie 7th Grader Recei...

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

Page 14 Feature Section Long-term care — a practical question By Leonard Hansen Copley News Service Q: I am concerned about long- term care if and when I need it when older. How much will Medi- care cover? — B.G., Chico, Calif. A: If you are concerned abut Medicare for funding long-term care if you need it now or later, forget it. Presently, Medicare funds only 2 percent of the long- term care costs for senior citizens in the United States and the cover- age is specifically for skilled nurs- ing care after a number of qualifi- cations are met. There are expansions being con- sidered in federal legislation — under the so-called catastrophic care legislation — but the changes in no way add coverage for inter- mediate or custodial care. It is in these two levels of long-term care that most cost is incurred by dis- abled or frail elderly, and funding for this comes mainly from pri- vate resources or welfare (Medi- caid). At under age 65 your chances of ever being in a nursing home or lo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 1987

hassles with schools, and all the rest. Yes, you can escape all of that, but how about grandparents' lone- liness, in-law rejection, and infre- quent, superficial involvements with the children? I am in a "down" period right now because I feel neither wanted &.r\ nor needed. I know yours is main- ly a column for parents, but can a grandparent get in a word of con- cern too? A. Of course. You are dealing with relationships with children, and so am I. I have sent you a copy of my article called "Grandparents Love Little Children Too" because it may offer a bit of consolation to you. 1 hope so. It is also available to others who send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with their request to me in care of P.O. Box 572, Scottsdale. AZ 85252. Q. Our church has an occasional retreat for teenagers, in which the young people are accompanied by several adults. A factor that wor- ries me is that one of the latter has questionable morals. I'll spare you the details, but my sources are excell...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 November 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 — X, * >^OA BUCKINGHAM CUSTOM FORECLOSURES • Brand new — never lived in customs complete with vaulted, paneled living rooms. Fireplaces, wet bars, ceiling fans, skylights, large master baths, and fully landscaped front yards. Best of all is the price. 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, customs everywhere. 4-3-2-DA-LD-FP-Pool-Acre. 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 ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

Oie Sentinel VOLUME 1?. NO. 40(214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY NOV. 11. 1987 Sachse Resident Writes Book On Down Syndrome Experience WW JoAnn and Sam Breitling with son. Matthew, who is the subject of a book written by his mother Sachse's JoAnn Breitling has just written a book dealing with her experiences the first year in the life of her son, Matthew, who was born with Down syndrome. Matthew, who underwent two open heart surgeries, is now a healthy 41/2-year-old, who attends early childhood classes three hours a day at Bullock Elemen- tary in Garland. "His heart is completely re- paired now," JoAnn said. Explaining the reason for writ- ing the book, JoAnn said: "I had the urge to tell other parents of Down syndrome children; that it's not the end of the world. It could very well be the beginning." JoAnn delivers mail to busi- nesses in Richardson. Her hus- band is with the Dallas Poiice Department. They have lived here six years. The Breitlings are also parents of six...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

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. Distributed free weekly to all homes in Sachse. Available on newsstands in Sachse, Wyiie, Rowlett, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 15C word $3.00 minimum (O CORNER BY DR. CHARLES CARTER This week we'll discuss the safety of dental x-rays. With modern techniques and equipment, the amount of radia- tion received in a dental examina- tion is extremely small, and the risk of harmful effects from den- tal x-rays is negligib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

Page 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE wwMiii Beverly Flynn and Sue Arnold. The people who make a difference in our Loan Department are Beverly Flynn and Sue Arnold, who handle the note payments and answer any questions our customers may have about their loans. We believe you'll find Beverly and Sue friendly, helpful and knowledgeable - like the other folks at our bank who welcome your business. Call us or come in today and let us assist you w ith all your banking needs. l^OBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference (214) 530-7999 MPnci DRIVE-UP WINDOWS: 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday 8:00-7:00 Friday 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse, Texas •P.O. Box 469090 • Garland T>xas 75046 (Ot l HOUS'NO • PNDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

Page 4 Wylie Highlights BY MARIE JANKOVIAK Wylie Pirates-1987 District 11-AAA Champions! That's about the best way to describe our last two weeks. With the final two wins over Farmersville and Com- merce, the Pirates ended an ex- cellent district season by suc- cessfully defeating every team in the district. Supported by cheer- leaders, band members, students and parents, the Pirates were cheered into their big victory last Friday at the pep rally. The Thespian Society of WHS held a spook house at Hartman Elementary. Money earned will help fund the various activities planned for the year. The Choral Department will hold a public concert Thursday, Nov. 12 at Birmingham Elemen- tary. The mixed choir will perform a collection of songs composed especially for them by Thomas Peterson from North Dakota. In preparation for the concert, Peter- son was flown in to work with the choir. Mrs. Christman, director, entertained with a party at her home for students who wished to meet and talk with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

Page 5 Newly-Opened Maria's Restaurant Offers Traditional Tex-Mex Food Traditional Tex-Mex food has arrived in Wylie at the newly- opened Maria's Restaurant, 501 Brown St., much to the delight of the Wylie/Sachse/Lavon/Lucas area. And as soon as the word spreads - who knows where else. Robert Arden, Dallas, and Jerry Davis, Piano, decided to branch out into the restaurant business with this venture which got under way in early November. Until now. entrepreneurs Arden and Davis have been in the engineering, construction and development business. 'Our plan is to offer dining with a family atmosphere (no alcoholic beverages allowed) mixed with fun and festivity," Arden said. Open only a little over a week, the owners are already planning to expand their quarters into what is now a dance studio next door, which will relocate. This move will provide additional seating for 20. Present capacity is 58. "Wylie and the surrounding area seem to be proud of our new restaurant and we are proud t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

Page 6 is y -mm Kindergarten citizens are, left to right, Courtney Compton, Cindy Roberts, Daniel Clare. First grade citizens are, front left to right, Blake Motley, Jacob Chambers, Montoya Cain, Lindsey Murphy, Amanda Motley, and Sara Helm. Not shown - Brianna Stevenson. Rachel Margie Burns, Luria Petrucci, and Joe Wollscheid. Back are Jake Herring, Mabel Rosales, Arbuckle, Travis Yates, and Jeffrey Hodges. Mary Ann Cartwright, Stephanie Roberts, Daniel Arthurs, Christian Castillo, Sara McMillan, and Tiffany Wagnon. ^ Jft tot w mi mm* Second grade citizens, left to right, are front, Johnny Delgado, Richard Garcia, Tanya Third grade citizens are, front, left to right Kristin Smith Lisa Overbv and Santos Tru- Moore, Jessica Hail, Christie Cobern, Michelle Gantt, Ryan Sindt, and Karthik Chari. Back jiii0 Middle are Kris Sander? Iopv Vrrrh/ i-r^n / • ' r / , c ahia xre Damn Huff .bnnifer Mr^nn Am.nH, w I,,,;* Mr,, ,.f r™' ^ y°r^ Jarred Dunn, Isaias Favela. and Marlene Sarabia are Danie...

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

Page 7 Luna Elementary School Announces First Six Weeks' Honor Roll Luna Elementary announces the following "A" Honor Roll students for the first six weeks: Fifth grade: Jamee Bramlett, Mary Breitling, Eileen Hughes, Lauren Overby, Sharity Rhodes, David Rogers, Jeffrey Waller. Lisa Bailey, Heather Grant, Jennifer Hail, Jim Wollscheid. Fourth grade: Vanessa Coker, Michael Hice, Angela Hill, Justin Hise, Aynsley Huffman, Amy Proctor, John Ramsey, Thu Tran, Emily Wieseman. Nikki Czajkowski and Devin Hindman. Third grade: Caleb Brown, Neketa Harris, Matt Higginbotham, Kristy Fleming. Sarrah Barnes, Daniel Bruns, Jarred Dunn, Julie Fowler, Megan Honey, Stephen Rotan, Daenon Westrum. Soma Ruiz, Mariene Sarabia. Betsy Kyle Herring, Amy Kramer, Paula McMillan, Lisa Overby, Bradley Rueter, Sarah Self, Ryan Ward, John Wollscheid, Christina Boydstun, Marianne McMurdie. Barbara Smith, Joey Yordy. Second grade: Delta Anguiano, Adilio Ayala, Johnny Delgado, Elisa Hernandez. Matt Foster, Daniel Hu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 November 1987

Page 8 Police Report Roundup Police calls for Oct. 30-Nov. 5 included the following: A resident reported a suspi- cious truck and trailer parked on her street. Police found a con- struction crew working on a swimming pool. Two white males were arrested on Hwy. 78 near Murphy Road. One was changed with no driv- er's license and unlawful carrying of a weapon; the other for allow- ing an unlicensed driver to drive, unlawful possession of weapon and possession of marijuana. Ar- rests came about through the policeman's check of a license tag. Police checked an address on Anthony Lane for a possible kid- nap victim, but did not find her. Officers arrested a white male in the 7100 block of Hwy. 78 on Dallas County sheriff's warrants for bad checks. Oct. 31, a refrigerator fell on a person in the 5800 block of Boone. LifeLine Ambulance and firemen responded, but the in- jured person did not wish to be taken to a hospital. A resident in tne 6500 block of Anthony reported that the pro- pane t...

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