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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

rage 9 1 . .JL ' | ' i I . . ^ 1^1 ,, i i ii 1 ■>.. J The Sellers/Coyle sixth grade girls basketball team took second place in the Garland Independent School District season-ending tournament. Three of the players are from Sachse, one is from Rowlett, and four are from Garland. Top row, left to right, are Coach Richard Ramirez, Rebec- ca Yandry, Stacee Sager, Lori Huey, Chantel Tillett, and Assistant Coach Susan Williamson. Bottom row, left to right, are Nicole Reeder, Jessica Wheat, Kim Andrews, and Renee Brooks. Three Sachse Girls On Second-Place Team Three Sachse girls played on the Sellers/Coyle Middle School sixth grade basketball team that took second place in the Garland Independent School District tour- nament. Rebecca Yandry, Nicole Reeder and Jessica Wheat were Sachse's representatives on the eight-member team that compil- ed a 10-1 mark before falling to O'Banion in the title game, 31-21. Other members of the team were Stacee Sager, Rowlett; Renee Brooks, Garland, Lori...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

Page 10 M8M|H| '• •' M J>V . W - Visiting Baptist Official Leading Local Revival A 40-foot-long banana split awaited the youngsters in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church of Sachse following services Sunday. Ray Miller Mini Storage 1950 Hwy 78 East Wylie, Texas (214) 771-1511 Revival leader Berl Cavin, director of the missions division of the Dallas Baptist Association, told Sunday worshipers at the First Baptist Church here that "making up your mind is the key to receiving the blessings of God in our lives and our church." Cavin, who has preached some 40 years, said: "Preachers don't bring revivals - revivals are from heaven." Cavin stressed the importance of prayer and told a story about evangelist Dwight Moody, who traveled throughout the U.S. and the British Isles in the late 1800s. Moody preached in a church in London, but when he gave the in- vitation, nobody responded. Then at the next service, a woman told him that she had been earnestly praying for the success of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

Page 11 Question: Would you explain the purpose of the Old and New Testament? This question will have to be answered in two parts. We will answer the purpose of the Old Testament this week. The Old Testament Law (Mosaic) was God's covenant with his people, the descendants through Abraham called the chil- dren of Israel. This covenant was . qiven to Moses at Mt. Sinai and l| I (flfcas the first of two great Covenants given to man. Under the Old Testament, God gave man laws to keep and offered his guidance, help and protection to the Israelites who obeyed him in faith. The first covenant (Old Testa- ment) was fulfilled and Jesus took it "out of the way, nailing it to the cross," Colossians 2:14. It was replaced with the second great covenant, the New Testa- ment. Galatians 3:24-27: "Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith. But after that faith is come, we are no longer under a schoolmaster. For ye are all the children of God ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

Page 12 MARCH 1988 GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change Monday 28 Beef on Bun * Chicken Salad + Green Lima Beans + Manager's Choice + Yellow Squash + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Peaches/Cottage Cheese t Rice t Dinner Rolls Pineapple Pudding/Cherry Chocolale/Fruit • Milk. Chocolale Milk + Fruit Juice Tuesday Wednesday 29 Corn Dog/Mustard * Manager's Choice + Buttered New Potatoes + English Peas + Vegetable Medley + Tossed Salad/French Dressing + Pineapple Slices/Yellow Cheese t Rice } Dinner Rolls Donut Chocolate Pudding • Milk, Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice 30 * Baked Turkey/Cornbread Dressing/Cream Gravy/ Cranberry Sauce * Ham Pattie/Pineapple Slice/ Cheese Stick + Snowcapped Sweet Potatoes + Seasoned Green Beans + Buttered Carrots + Tossed Salad/French Dressing } Rice } Dinner Rolls Pumpkin Pie and Apple Pie * Milk, Chocolate Milk + Fruit Juice Thursday 31 Enchiladas/Chili/Taco Sauce * Manager's Choice + Retried Beans + Apple Crescen...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

Page 13 Wylie Highlights 1987, Garland increased its charge by 64 cents to $2.10 per 1,000. Sachse did not pass on that 64 cent increase by Garland, it added another 89 cents per 1,000 of its own. Since then, Sachse officials have answered every question by pointing an ac- cusing finger at Garland, a prac- tice which I think is inappropriate and misleading to the citizens of Sachse. Ernest I. Fudge Wildflower Hot Line Call the Texas Wildflower hot line 512/929-3607 for a listing of Texas wildflower locations and which highways to take for a glimpse of the blooms. (This is not toll-free). Take Time To Read BY MARIE JANKOVIAK Several students enjoyed their break outside of Texas and others were busy with activities at home. The Drama Department com- peted this past Saturday in Coppell and presented an ex- cellent performance of "The Bald Soprano" against three other groups. Wylie and Frisco were picked to advance in competition on March 30. Marie Jankoviak and Shaun Jones were named t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Words of wisdom for first-time parents By Willard Abraham, Ph.D. Copley News Service Q. I was the frustrated parent of the 4-month-old who wrote to you sometime ago. Since you received some reactions to my let- ter, I felt your readers might be interested in an update. It may help other first-time parents who are experiencing similar prob- lems. My baby boy was sleeping through the night by the time he was 2 months old, but he was still impossible to live with during the day. By 4 months I had made end- less trips to the doctor to detect any physical problems (there were none). I thought I was spoiling him too much and wondered if disci- pline was needed at this early stage. I was a kind of "slave" to my baby, out of love not necessity. At 6 months, he was a new child. Whatever stage he went through had passed. He smiled constantly, loved adult contact, and his only crying spells were out of fatigue. What I have found is that he is a very independent and stro...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

—it ' W> W WWW TW . able in your state phone or write vour state insurance commission- er's office. If not listed in the white pages of your telephone directory, contact your area elect- ed state representative and ask for help. For general information on skilled and long-term health insur- ance I suggest you write for these cost-free publications: • Aetna Life Insurance Co.; Choice Time; P.O. Box 104; Hart- ford, CT 06156. Request "Choice Time Thinking Ahead On Long- •■rm Care" by Esther Peterson. • American Association of Re- tired Persons. 1909 K St., N.W., Washington, DC 20049. Request "The Right Place at the Right Time - A Guide to Long-Term Care Choices" and "Making Right Decisions for Long-Term Care • Your local Social Security off- ice Request "The Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medi- care " If you have a question you'd like answered, please write Mainly For Seniors, Copley News Service, P.O. Box 190, San Diego, CA 92112- 0190. Your Horoscope Guide ARIES: (Marc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 23 March 1988

FORECLOSURES FORECLOSURES AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS OFFICE - CALL FOR INFORMATION • FORECLOSURE LIST • PRE-QIIAL1EY1NG AVAILABLE • HOW TO FINANCE • FREE CREDIT REPORT 276-5166 Sachse Garland • Rowlett SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II BUCKINGHAM CORNER LOT CUL-DE-SAC - Super Buy Foreclosure. Three BR. 2 baths. Fireplace in large den. Gas/electric. Earthtones. Sits on large corner lot enter- ing cul-de-sac. Giant master. Won't last! 3-2-2-DR-Den-FP. $69,900 CUSTOMS GALORE - Superb Glenbrook Meadows home. Huge living den with picture paneling, beautiful fireplace and raised hearth, large kitchen with recessed lighting, formal dining room, wallpapers, custom drapes, mirrors, large bedrooms, refrigerator stays. 3-2-2-Brk Area-Dining Room-Den-Fireplace. $86,900 SPLIT MASTER - Corner lot. Immaculate foreclosure. 2-story. Gas/electric. New carpet. Just painted. 1700 sq. ft. plus. Giant den. Master is down with 2 bedrooms up. Fireplace. Fenced. 3-2-2-dining room $75,900 2300...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

fl.e Sentinel VOL. XIII NO. 13 (214) 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY MARCH 30, 1988 in - Fire Department Members' Service Totals Over 300 Years This issue of the The Sentinel is dedicated to Sachse's Volun- teer Fire Department-those men who for the past 27 years have provided protection for Sachse homes and businesses, as well as emergency medical assis- tance. (See pages 8 and 9.) There currently are 23 mem- bers in the Fire Department, with accumulated service amounting to over 300 years. TheSe firemen have training sessions every Thursday night (sometimes combined with, busi- ness meetings). In 1987. the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department devoted 178 hours 50 minutes to "in-service" calls, where they responded to fire or medical calls. An "old member" of the De- partment, scheduled for retire- ment this year, is a 1947 Ariens- Fox pumper, a model which the State of Texas has declared out of service after 40 years. A new pumper is scheduled to arrive around July 1. Other eq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

—— Page 2 r0ic §ei\tiael 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, Wylie, Rowlott, and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday ^Market JVfaarcttegg ®*wr * Calico Kids Register Now for Fall Pre-School and Our Great Cheerleading Program 1517 Buckingham Plaza 495J7\9 at N. Garland Ave. 279-6666 «/> >■ i/ ★ BOYS SKILLS * CO SUNDAY - CATFISH SPECIAL "All-U-Can-Eat" 3 p.m. - 9:00 p.nv. $5.25 TUESDAY - CATFISH SPECIAL "All-U-Can-Ejl" $5.25...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 3 €' '/ " i/Ohcj do you- seek Ike living Qne 3mon<j ike dead ■ j'or food $o ]oveo7 Ihc tyorld 9/isf Jic cjdvc }fi«> only l)CQo}fcn Son, thai whoew leiieve $ m Him should ho? PCrihi} hsve eternal life.' Lukel4-S John 3-lb m FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SACHSE PEOPLE & SER VICE Make The Difference DRIVE-UP WINDOWS 8 00-6 00 Mond y-Thursday/8:00-7:00Fridty (214) 530-79" mpact 6600 Murphy Road • Sachse. lexas • P.O. Box 469090 • Garland, Texas 75046 LOBBY HOURS 9 00-) 00 Monday-Thursday / 9 00-7 00 Friday rm (=J LtNOf

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 4 IL fHf1 ' ■ ■ Brittany Danieiie Citelli, Garland, won first runner-up in the Kids of America Beautiful Baby contest at the Hilton Hotel in Dallas recently. She is the 16-month-old daughter of Dane and Tammi Citelli, Garland, and granddaughter of John and Bette Citelli, Sachse, and Charlene and Harry Grissom, Dallas. SACHSE CALENDAR Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 31, Station. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, April 4, First United Methodist Church. Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 4, Christian Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 4, City Hall. Lunch Bunch, noon Tuesday, Sachse Christian Church. Chamber of Commerce, Market Awareness Tour, Thursday, April 6, Mur- phy & Hwy. 78. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, April 7, Station. Kids CHEERLEADING CLINIC !! SAT MARCH 26 9 AW - 12 NOON LEARN CORRECT TECHNIQUE FOR JUMPS. MOTIONS. ETC CHEERS WILL BE TAUGHT t CRITIQUED FOR TRYOUTS ENROLLMENT LIMITED — CALL 495-0836 OR 530-1 850 } \o h-. \ 0*° & r>V~ $<...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 5 J.Y. MIGUEL'S Cafe & Cuntinii now hiring full-time waitresses. Apply Monday - Friday between 2 and 5 p.m. Heritage Plaza Shop- ping Center. Rowlett. 475-6141. AKC female Lhasa Apso, house- broken, white. 1 year. 475-2196. 475-0046. € DALLAS WRITERS' Newsletter sample for only $2 and SASE. Only place to find local market trends, selling tips, class listings, and pertinent news for w riters and would-be writers, 17910 Kelly Blvd., 0259, Dallas 75252. 5-FAMILY GARAGE SALE - March 31. April I & 2. 5424 Orchard at Sachse Road. Tools, kitchen table, new drapes, desk, cookbooks, shelves, men's suits, exercise set, bedroom suite, clothes. cand\ molds. Lots more! $50 RKWARI) for return of Sun Conure (small parrot). Yellow and orange. Tame. Flew from lligh- ridge. 414-26X3. HELP WANTED - Pre-school teacher, 10:45 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. 5 da\s a week. Working with 3-year- olds. $4.25 hour to start. 530-7X40. HOUSE CLEANING - Adding to present business. References. 495-9620. FOUR-PLEX...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 6 Four Citizens to Run For Three Council Vacancies Marvin Faldon Jr., Pat Mcln- ago. He and his wife are parents of a two-year-old son. All candidates have expressed an interest in the future of the city, providing good services, im- provements, and better represen- tation for all citizens. Voters will decide on Saturday, May 7. Letters to the Editor: nish, Dee Shanklin, and Steve Tobler are this year's contenders for the three vacancies on the City Council. Completing terms Ofi the Council in May are Joyce Yandry, Pat Longacre and Mike Foster. To the Editor: For myself, whether or not Sachse grows to the projected population of 50,000 matters little. There obviously are developers at work, and new housing about to be started. Since Sachse re- cently spent a good deal of our DEE SHANKLIN Council Candidate SHANKLIN (Cont. from page 1) Sachse. For many years, she has been the city's representative on the Northeast Texas Library System and she has also devoted her energies as Sach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

SPORTS North Garland, North Mesquite Tie for Lead in 9-AAAAA Baseball BY J. THOMAS REX The District 10-AAAAA base- ball race is beginning to heat up for the "boys of summer" in Garland. The North Garland Raiders are the early favorites and are prov- ing the critics right by jumping out to a quick 3-0 district start. The North Mesquite Stallions (who seem to win the district title in every sport) are hanging right along with the Raiders, as they start with a 3-0 of their own Tuesday's games were rained out and were not rescheduled at publication time. Last Friday, the Raiders tra- veled north to face the cellar- dwellers of Greenville The Raid- ers whipped the Lions, 12-3, in a game that was marred by con- fusion because of Greenville coaching changes. The Garland Owls finally got on track with a 10-6 victory over the Lakeview Centennial Patriots. Luis Mora went the distance and struck out six Pats to earn the Owls' first district win. The Patriots dropped to 1-2. The South Garland C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

t. *** «**. ■ f j . Fire Chief Jack Yates is shown with the "new" Sachse Fire Chief automobile, a refurbished 1984 Dodge which formerly was operated Danny Fontes gets his very own fireman's hat from Sachse Firemen Jim Baugh, left, Dave Markham, and by City Building Inspector Leon Morton. All labor and most of the right, John Hodge. Alberto Fontes holds his son. "As a gesture of friendship and encouragement, we made materials for the refurbishing were donated. The fire engine-red Danny an honorary junior fireman," Chief Jack Yates said. Danny is a leukemia patient and lives next door automobile looks like new. to Fireman Markham. \ ,JL laI J L?iUl«] C.A. KERIN D.V.M. y^axkcx ■tZ.Road ^Wltxinaxu cMoihital 70 7 Parker Road Wylie, Texas 75098 1 u M 1214> 44^-55' Your Calls Answered 24 Hours A Day ninnmniPDinRirr Mon. - Fri. 8 - 6 Sat. 8 - Noon ■nt-imtihit smoranmoar gifcrrr' U & o0< VAUGHAN'S DONUTS & BAKERY s> "rh N, Special Discounts to Churches • Schools • Groups • C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 9 A History of the Sachse Volunteer Fire Department Back in 1961, Garland res- ponded each time a fire alarm sounded in Sachse, and they did so willingly, but Garland was growing and they needed the equipment they had for their own emergencies. So a group of men here decided they would volun- «jr to answer the fire calls. On Sept. 18 of that year, the first roll call was recorded and 16 men were present. But they couldn't exactly call themselves a full-fledged fire department. First, they needed a truck. A search resulted in finding a crash truck at Space Corporation in Garland. After considerable money and effort, the truck was obtained and converted into a 1000-gallon tanker. Then came the problem of finding a building large enough to house the truck. John Skinner had just the place - a large wooden structure on Hwy. 78 just west of Sachse Road. On Sept. 19, Skinner turn- ed over the building with the understanding that it be returned to him when the Fire Department no longer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 10 WYLIE COYOTE 606 E. Hwy. 78 442-2801 Invites You & Your Family To Join Us After Church Sunday, April 3 For A SPECIAL EASTER DINNER Roast Turkey or Ham + All The Trimmings Adult $4.65 Child under 12 S2.50 Come See Our Extended NEW MENU PRESENT THIS COUPON To Receive 20°/o Off Any Regular Menu Item Excluding Easter Dinner on Sun., April 3 ONLY. Question: "Would you explain the purpose of the Old and New Testament?" Last week we discussed the purpose of the Old Testament. We will give our opinions on God's purpose for the New Testa- ment this week. As we read the New Testa- ment, we are reading God's new will to all mankind. It is a univer- sal law from God through his son Jesus - Mark 16:15-16, and Mat- thew 28:18-20, where we hear Jesus say .. All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost! Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have com- m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Police Report # Chief Tom Fenley released the following information about calls which the Police Department handled March 18 to March 24. March 18: A resident reported a suspicious vehicle in the 5500 block of Sachse Road, but police were unable to locate it. Some- ne reported an open door at a rouse in the 3300 block of Cedar Brook, but officers found the resi- dent on the property. Police handed a warning citation to residents in the 1900 block of Vicksburg for loud noise. March 19: An open building was reported in the 5500 block of Hwy. 78. The business was secured and the owner con- tacted Officers also contacted the owner of property in the 6600 block of Murphy Road where suspicious and unauthorized vehicles were left. A traffic hazard was reported in the 4400 block of Sachse Road where a disabled back hoe was blocking the roadway. A warning was given for a loud music dis- turbance in the 6300 block of Bailey Road. March 29: Suspicious circum- stances reported at Pleasant Valle...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 30 March 1988

Page 12 APRIL 198P GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Food Service Menus Menus are subject to change 1 Monday i Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday April 4 5 3 7 8 *1 Pizza t Hamburger or Cheeseburger • Chicken Nuggets/Cream Gravy * { Chalupa/Rice/Taco Sauce * Fish/Tartar Sauce * Tuna Salad • Ravioli *t Toasted Cheese Sandwich • ♦ Beet Stew • Chili/Beans * Apple Slices ♦ Baked Beans t Creamed Potatoes t Reined Beans ♦ French Fries * Pork and Beans ♦ Seasoned Spinach ♦ English Peas ♦ Fried Okra * Okra & Tomatoes t Whole Kernel Corn ♦ Caulillower/Choese ♦ Carrots t Yellow Squash ♦ Broccoli t Tossed Salad/French Dressing t Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦ Tossed Salad/French Dressing t Tossed Salad/French Dressing t Tossed Salad/French Dressing ♦ Peaches/Cottage Cheese ♦ Pickle Bowl t Pineapple Slices/Yellow Cheese t Fruit Deiignt ♦ Mined Fruit J Rice J Rice J Rice t Rice J Rice ; Dinner Rolls t Dinner Rolls J Dinner Rolls ) Cornbread ) Dinner Rolls } Dinner Rolls Fresh Apple Cake/Ici...

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