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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Letters to the Editor: Dear Publisher, This letter is in response to your letter of April 9th regarding the fire chief issue and the related "turmoil." You are right about this problem needing to be resolved; however, the solution you offer is hardly a solution at all. You said that the chief's job is a volunteer position which is cor- rect. What you failed to mention is that the city budget for main- tenance and operation of the Fire Department is $40,936.00 plus over $30,000 for equipment, plus the cost of liability insurance and Worker's Compensation insur- ance. So you see, although this is a Volunteer Fire Department, it is paid for by the City of Sachse. That's alj of us. You said the position of fire chief previously had been filled by votes among the Fire Depart- ment and seemed to hint that that is the best way. Letting the Fire Deparment elect the fire chief is not in the best interest of al| citi- zens. This would boil down to let- ting a "club" provide our fire pro- tect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Page 6 MDacncaiBBQauuiuumai iaaamn Tomatoes are the top favorites There's no doubt that of all the favorite. So for all you tomato lov- edibles grown by home gardeners, ers out there, here are a few tips the tomato virtually always that I think will answer some of comes out in any survey as the the commonly asked questions about tomato growing. A very common complaint, for example, comes from people who grow their tomato seedlings at a bright windowsill. Even with good light exposure, the plants some- times do a tipsy lean toward their source of light. This condition can be remedied by turning the plants regularly to maintain an even growth. And don't panic should your to- mato plants grow a little taller than you would like. Their leggy growth can be eliminated by transplanting them into deeper pots or milk cartons when they've grown to about 5 inches tall, and Bedding Plants packs Pine Mulch 3 cu. ft. $199 69C „ „ $10## flat (up to 72 plants) Pine Bark Nuggets Cypress Mulch 3 cu. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Page 7 > t mixed cut flower arrangements. Zinnias and asters provide round- ed lines in cut flower bouquets, the zinnias in many dominant and vivid as well as more mellow hues, the asters, mostly in soft shades of pink and blue. Some of our more old-fashioned, cottage-garden type flowers lend a loose and open nostalgic charm to cut flower bouquets. I'm think- ing of ingredients like the vertical spikes of clarkia elegans, with their fluffy double blooms gath- ered along the stems at leaf joints, and the satiny petals of open cup- like godetia blossoms clustered at the tops of their stems. Both these flowering annuals grow and bloom quickly from an outdoors sowing in spring. Larkspur, with its tall spires of feathery petaled flowers above lacy foliage, adds long-lasting old- fashioned cottage charm to cut MiiiiiinnnmiimiMH|||MMiimii. in flowers arrangements, as do the loose and friendly daisy flowers of cosmos and the rounded, filigreed blooms of didiscus (blue lace flow- er) and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Page 8 Fire Dept. Report The following calls were made by the Sachse Fire Department during the week of April 5: Number of Calls: 7 Types: Brush: 1 Control Burn: 1 Smoke Scare: 2 Trash: 1 Grass: 1 Trailer House: 1 City Runs: 4 County Runs: 3 $ Loss City: $2,500. Injured: None Men Involved: 46 Units Involved: 14 Total Man Hours: 7 hrs. 44 min. Average Response Time City: 4.75 minutes Average Response Time County: 7.7 minutes Business Inspections: 2 Police Chief Tom Fenley accepts certificate of appreciation for his role and his department's continuing role in railroad crossing safety. Visiting Fenley for the presentation was Jerry D. Littlefield of Greenville, right, who represents the program called Operation Lifesaver, which is sponsored by Kansas City Southern Railway. MMU. CUSTOM BUILDING Homes Built To Your Plans & Specs K.M.K., Inc. B.G. "RED" MOWATT Builder 7012 SABLE LANE 442-6599 *MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM roromt HOMETOWN REMODELING AND REPAIRS Room Additions - Garage Conve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Page 9 Benefit Bingo Bingo players, attention. Mur- phy's Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor bingo from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at City Hall, 205 N. Murphy Rd. Pro- ceeds will benefit the Fire Department. Free Check-up Provided Anti-Litter Campaign At Health Fair Qoes t0 School THERE IS A PLACE FOR YOU AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Road at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. What kind of shape are you in? Find out at Collin County Com- munity College's Health Fair! On Tuesday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. participants can check their blood pressure, hearing, cholesterol level and other fitness indicators. Tests will be conducted by the Wysong Medical Center, AMI North Texas Medical Center, and the College's Physical Education department. Each participant will be given a permanent, personal health re- cord of the tests performed and the accompanying scores. All activities will take place on the second floor lounge of the Colle...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Page 10 *★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★* How to read when eyesight is tailing By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service Q: My mother wants to be very active but her eyesight has been failing. She is now unable to read notes from her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, books and the newspaper. Her mind is alert, but we are concerned because she wants to continue reading and learning. Your suggestions? — B.C., Chico, Calif. A: If your mother's eyesight is failing, and particularly if new medical techniques cannot pro- vide a solution, there are many positive steps you can take. Most older adults with failing eyesight really just have trouble in seeing the typical size of letter in writing or as printed in this newspaper. The solution is to in- crease the size of the letters and your mother could read easily and without feeling like an invalid. Telesensory Systems of Moun- tain View, Calif., produces a video system in a compact unit that w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

Page 11 Also Taurus Ascendant) — You could find romance and excite- ment on a short trip. Attend to domestic matters and investment opportunities. Pressures should lift, leaving you free to go after your desires with self-confidence and personal charisma. GEMINI: (May 21 to June 20 - Also Gemini Ascendant) — Lady Luck is with you in financial mat- ters and you could hit the jackpot! Follow your hunches and first im- pressions. Translate your ideas into action. Read the small print in legal agreements and check all the facts. CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 - Also Cancer Ascendant) — Your timing and judgment are especial- ly sharp now and you could pull off a financial coup. You could re- cover something you believed was lost — be willing to revise and re- build. Trips and visits with rela- tives are highlighted LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — Circumstances open up and you have more op- tions now with cause to celebrate. Your charisma and self-confi- dence are peaking — ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 22 April 1987

COUNTRYSTYLE REAL ESTATE 422-0720 Call for information on HUD and VA acquired properties. ACREAGE 4 tracts at $2,500 per acre. 19 acres; 22.58 acres; 24.7 acres; and 8.3 acres. 20 Acres - excellent building site. Fantastic view of Lake Lavon. Owner financing. CULLEOKA Nice 3 bedroom double wide on 1.7 acres with 2 car garage and guest house. $48,000 GARLAND EXTRA NICE! 3 bedroom, 2 story home, WBFP and spa. LAKE LAVON Fantastic view of lake! Lakefront property - extra-nice brick home with game room, swimming pool with spa. Approximately 1.03 acres. LUCAS Mini Ranch! 3 bedroom custom home, 5 plus acres, barn and workshop. Beautiful Country Home on 2 acres with 2 stall barn. Skylight in huge living den, study, formal dining, 3 baths. Beautifully land- scaped. Beautiful 4-bedroom home with arge detached brick workshop on 2 acres. Nice 3-bedroom country home on 2 acres. Lots of extra features. $122,900. MESQUITE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home near Town East Mall, fireplace, two patios, wood fen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

'(he Sentinel VOLUME 12, NO. 12 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY APRIL 29, 1987 Parade, Games Highlight Opening Of 1987 Sachse Kids' Baseball Program There were lots of soft drinks, food, balloons, and baseball games at Sachse Park Saturday, marking the beginning of the 1987 kids' baseball season. And best of all, there were lots of kids. It all started with a parade, beginning at City Hall and ending at the bail park. With a police parade escort leading the way, the parade wound through Sachse with some on foot, some on bicycles, and most riding in decorated trucks. A color guard from Boy Scout Troop 12 par- ticipated in the parade and in opening ceremonies on the field. Bob Yandry served as master of ceremonies and extended a warm welcome to the gathering of approximately 400 people. Special recogni- tion was handed out to Bobby Kinser, head of the Parks Board, and Peggy Strong, president of the Boosters Club, for their efforts in making the day a success. Mayor Larry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

umiumi ■mini ... ANNOUNCING THIRD ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION May 4 through May 9 MONDAY HATS OFF! (Come see what this is.) TUESDAY BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK WEDNESDAY TREAT THE CUSTOMERS! (You will want to check this one out.) THURSDAY SOUTH OF THE BORDER THEME ALL DAY. FRIDAY SATURDAY FINGER PRINTING OF THE CHILDREN. WESTERN DRESS CONTEST with a prize for best-dressed customer. WADLEY BLOOD BANK taking dona- tions from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Activities will be held from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. GENE STROMAN AND RISKY BUSINESS will perform from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. STAGECOACH RIDES. CHILI COOK-OFF. CLOWNS WILL PAINT KIDS' FACES. rMk'l } MFOOD!! HGAMES!! MMUSiC!! !!FUN!! •* FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE LOBBY HOURS: 9:00-3:00 Monday-Thursday / 9:00-7:00 Friday DRIVE-UP WINDOWS; 8:00-6:00 Monday-Thursday / 8:00-7:00 Friday FDKS (214) 530-7999 MPACI 6600 Murphj Road • Sachsc, Texas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 IsJ fOUAl HOUSING LENDER

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

I Page 4 WAREHOUSE 1,500-3,000 sq. ft., water paid, overhead doors, $375-$700/mo. Sachse - 272-5595 - Sharon. SATELLITE SALES & SERVICE New and used systems. 10-ft. motorized mesh dish. STS remote stereo receiver, $1300 installed. 495-0974. CHILD CARE in home Monday- Eriday. All ages. Lunch and snacks, playroom, fenced yard. 1 block off Hwy. 78 and Sachse Rd. 495-0974. CLflSSIF Playing on the pipe on Sachse Road are L-R Shea Kennedy, Taffy Amy Burgess, Heather Williams (standing), and Kelly Kennedy. 0lea4 (o&UUe 422-0720 COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE Member Greater Metro Multiple Listing Service Collin County Board of Realtors - MLS 109 S. Murphy Rd., Piano □ MLS Vaccination Clinic For Dogs & Cats Sunday, May 3 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. at the Sachse Fire Station - Hwy. 78 - All Shots Are $5.00 Cats in Carriers Dogs on Leash Sponsored by the Garland Humane Society and the City of Sachse Sachse Registration Available - $3.00 Per Animal WRITERS' NEWSLETTER - Monthly guide to i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

GISD Shortfall May Bring Tax Increase Residents of the Garland Inde- pendent School District face a tax increase of 8.4 cents per $100 evaluation to help cover a $5.5 million shortfall. A large portion of the budget deficit was brought about by a drastic cut in state funding (over $4 million). More than 40 percent of the district's funding comes from the state and all indications are that if there is a change in the state funding formulas, it will not be favorable. Eighty percent of the GISD's budget is tied up in salaries and, while cuts can be made in other areas, it will not come close to solving the dilemma. A salary freeze is a possible solution, but no decision can be reached until a final action by the Legislature. If the across-the-board tax in- crease of 8.4 cents per $100 is recommended by GISD, it faces a fight by taxpayers who can call for a "roll back" election on anything exceeding 6.8 cents per $100. First National Bank Celebrates 3rd Birthday Observing its third year...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

Page 6 >tv Storey Snipes takes time out for a snack at the Country Fair April 11 at Luna Elementary. Joyce Yandry "doctors" April Baker at the General Hospital booth at the Luna Fair, April 11. Judy Bowen with children Douglas and Ashley. Douglas was a lucky winner in the cake walk and also won the bicycle at the Luna carnival April 11. Lining up for tickets at the Country Fair April 11 at Luna Elementary. Hundreds of families turned out for the fun-filled afternoon S FREEDOM OF CHOICE (Cont. from page 1) schools, leaving East Garland schools with unnecessarily high minority enrollments. Several school district- sponsored public hearings brought forth support for the plan More than 250 people attended the meeting at Kimberlin Elementary. Superintendent Jill Shugart said she was pleased with the response and the praise for the ' freedom of choice. At one meet- ing, only three people, including two leaders of the Garland NAACP, spoke against the plan saying that children did not re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

Page 8 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Monday Tuesday Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change Wednesday Thursday Friday « t Pizza/Chili ♦ .Vlam Pattie/Cheese Slick ♦ Fried Okra ♦ Green Lima Beans + Red Apple Slices ♦Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦Waldorf Salad t Rico t Dinner Rolls Vanilla Pudding Brownie Squares •Milk, Chocolate Milk ♦ Fruit Juice Items Served on Oally Menu Vegetable Soup/Crackers Soup o( the Day/Friday Seasoned Pinto Beans/Roll Assorted Gelatin Salads Fresh Fruit Bowl Entree Salads Lettuce. Tomato Salad. French Dressing Rolls - Margarine Milk, Chocolate Milk Oranne, Gr.ip^e, App'e juice Fruit Juice • ♦ tSpaghetti/Meat Sauce ♦ Managers' Choice/Meat ♦Whole Kernel Corn ♦ Apple Crescents ♦ Mixed Greens ♦Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦ Fruit Delight t Rice t French Bread t Dinner Rolls Red Poke Cake'lcing Fruit Cobble' •Milk, Chocolate Milk ♦ Fruit Juice PLATE UJNCH Food ltem ♦ Meat/Meat Alternative ♦ Vegetable/Frult/Juice ♦ Vegetable/Fruit } Bread •Milk Ident...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

Page 9 YEARLING LEAGUE April 27 Wylie #2 at Sachse* April 30 Sachse at Community May 4 Sachse at Wylie #3 May 7 open May 11 Wylie #1 at Sachse May 14 Sachse at Wylie #2 May 18 Community at Sachse May 21 Wylie #3 at Sachse May 25 open May 28 Sachse at Wylie #1 June 1 Wylie #2 at Sachse June 4 Sachse at Community June 8 Sachse at Wylie #3 June 11 open June 15 Wylie #1 at Sachse All games at 6 p.m. 1987 Sachse Kids' BRONCO LEAGUE April 27 Princeton at Sachse* April 30 Sachse at Farmersville May 4 Sachse at Princeton May 7 open May 11 Community at Sachse May 18 Farmersville at Sachse May 23 Sachse at Princeton #2 May 28 Sachse at Community June 4 Sachse at Farmersville June 8 Sachse at Princeton #3 June 11 open June 15 Community at Sachse June 22 Princeton #3 at Sachse June 25 Princeton #2 at Sachse ■ "Game being played at press time. MAVERICK LEAGUE April 27 Sachse at Wylie #2* April 30 Community at Sachse May 4 Princeton at Sachse May 7 Farmersville at Sachse May 11 Wylie #1 at Sachse...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

Page 10 *★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ An @ s ^ ! J u ★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★* Sources for parents of gifted children By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I feel so lonely in one way that seems important to me. I would like so much to talk to oth- ers interested in gifted children, both other parents and profession- als. Because I don't know anybody like that, and have two children who have been identified as gifted, perhaps you can understand my frustration. Any suggestions? A. Your start probably should be close to home. Perhaps you feel awkward (but you certainly shouldn't) about talking freely with your children's teachers about them — their progress, needs, achievements and prob- lems, if any. They might be able to tell you of local and state groups concerned about these children. Their meet- ings and publications can perhaps provide the outlet you want for in- formation and exchange of ideas. Such groups may include the na- tional Council fo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

you have any questions as to the legitimacy of any organization so- liciting money, check with your local Social Security office, the U.S. postmaster or your state at- torney general's office." Other major senior citizen or- ganizations would, similarly, be advising their memberships, and the national and senior citizen media would also be carrying the story as news. NEW SOCIAL SECURITY GUIDE Facts on File Publications has just released its new 1987- 88 r'Guide to Social Security Bene- fits," a very accurate reference book on the subject of Social Se- curity. The 192-page paperback presents 500 questions and an- swers on the subject of Social Se- curity and includes an index for cross-referencing the questions. Copies are available in book- stores at $7.95 for the paperback (ISBN 0-8160-1568-6), or order di- rectly from Facts on File for $7.95, which includes postage and handling. The address: Order Department. Facts on File, 460 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016. Enclose check oi money...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 29 April 1987

COUNTRYSTYLE REAL ESTATE 422-0720 Call for information on HUD and VA acquired properties. ACREAGE 4 tracts at $2,500 per acre. 19 acres; 22.58 acres; 24.7 acres; and 8.3 acres. 20 Acres - excellent building site. Fantastic view of Lake Lavon. Owner financing. CULLEOKA Nice 3 bedroom double wide on 1.7 acres with 2 car garage and guest house. $48,000 GARLAND EXTRA NICE! 3 bedroom, 2 story home, WBFP and spa. LAKE LAVON Fantastic view oi icme! Lakefront property - extra-nice brick home with game room, swimming pool with spa. Approximately 1.03 acres. BEAUTIFUL VIEW of Lake Lavon. Huge living/den with wet bar and 2 skylights. Detached garage/boathouse. Much more. LUCAS Mini Ranch! 3 bedroom custom home. 5 plus acres, barn and workshop. Beautiful Country Home on 2 acres with 2 stall barn. Skylight in huge living den, study, formal dining, 3 baths. Beautifully land- scaped. Beautiful 4-bedroom home with large detached brick workshop on 2 acres. Nice 3-bedroom country home on 2 acres. Lot...

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