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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 5 SPORTS -VTUXXXJC4 Lakeview, Garland's Scott Continue GISD Domination of State Gymnastics BY J. THOMAS REX f The Lakeview Patriots boys gymnastics team and Garland's Lyle Scott continued the GISD domination of the state gymnas- tics meet at Haltom City last weekend. The Patriots boys team won the team state title and Scott won the individual all-around title with scores of 324 and 112, respec- tively. A GISD team or individual has brought home a trophy for at least seven straight years, dating back to North Garland's five-year streak from 1981:86 in which the team won the title every year. All four of the high schools were represented by at least one member of their team. For the North Garland Raiders, senior Scott McNeil took fifth place in the vault and for the South Garland Colonels, Trey Ray took seventh place in the pommel horse exercise. In the girls' half of the meet, the Patriots took fourth place with 210 points. Cynthia Fryar led the Pats with 72.8 points. That was g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 6 X "■* \ v V "WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF OURS' V WYLIE * FLOWER & GIFT SHOP MARTHA KING - BOB KING DAY PHONE - 442-5837 Drawer D Wylie, Texas "Meet the Candidates" Night at Library The Friends of the Sachse Public Library will sponsor a "Meet the Candidates" night at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at City Hall. Candidates Steve Tobler, Pat Mclnnish, Marvin Faldon, and Dee Shanklin have been invited. Carol Wilson from Richardson League of Women Voters will be the moderator for the question and answer period. USE SENTINEL WANT ADS t time • spring Planting time • spring planting time! o iCome Grow With Us! CRAPE MYRTLES Miniature 18"-24" Dwarf 4'-6' Intermediate 8' Large 15 + feet v BOUGAINVILLEA ARE IN! Select Group BEDDING PLANTS $11.95 Per Flat of 18, Big 4" Pot| PETUNIAS, SALVIA BEGONIAS and Several More WEEKEND SPECIAL Dwarf Red NANDINA NANA 2 99 1 Gal. SHRUBS SHRUBS SHRUBS SHRUBS MANDEVILLE "Alice DuPont" HUGE GERANIUMS • HANGING BASKETS • TRUPICALS PERENNIAL CUL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 7 5 Roundup Sachse Youths to Compete In 4-H Show in Frisco BY KRISTI LUMAN North Garland has been brim- ming with activities the past few weeks. Lots of competitions among students and with other schools. Both the first and second bands earned a first division rating at UIL competition. Amy Walter, Natalie Ramsey and Gina and Annie Breitling took part. In the annual Powder Puff game, the juniors defeated the seniors 14-0. Laura Bartlett played for the seniors. Gina Kirkpatrick and Renee Solar coached the senior cheerleaders and Todd Puckett announced. David Weaver, junior, was crown- ed Powder Puff King. Amy Walter will be Student Council vice president next year and Karen Horton will serve as senior class president. After performing an original routine for the school and a routine which the senior cheer- leaders created for the judges, cheerleaders were selected. Solar and Kirkpatrick worked on the routine. Cari Jones, sopho- more, will be a varsity cheer- leader next year. Sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 8 WPPifpl €'■ ^ - ■ "V i nwi . himh I I I I : 'IT H fftygy-- _ - IS*, ~A ■iiSu, *" ♦/V^. - ■'"£* bIk# " fc, if r. J ) ? I: ItA ii#? Jfef te , h % £ _ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY (Continued from page 1) ministered through counseling and caring for the sick, bereaved, and needy. And all the while, he has preached God's word with power and urgency. "As a lighthouse, it is First Bap- tist Church's desire to reach and train people for the Lord's ser- vice," Harris said. "Because First Baptist Church is in the 'people' business, the doors are always open." First Baptist offers these minis- tries: Bible study for all ages, music ministry for two-year old through adult ages, outreach visi- tation, children church, bus min- istry, youth programs, nursery, vacation Bible school, and a benevolent closet. The May 1 celebration will feature special singing by the Philos and an address by Dr. Carlos McLeod, Baptist evangel- ism director for Texas, at the 11 a.m. worship service. Also in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 9 A reader in Dallas was con- cerned about the answer to the question, "Can a person divorce and 'remarry for any cause?" which was the subject of the April 7 column. I appreciate the letter and feel I should further explain by the scripture some of the points rais- ed in the letter. Point One-The writer is disturb- ed that a minister takes the posi- tion that I do on divorce and premarriage. ^ I take the only position I can find authority for in the Bible. Please read again these scrip- tures that were used in the arti- cle: Genesis 2:24; Mark 10:9: Romans 7:2; I Corinthians 7:10.11; Matthew 19:3-9. Point Two-The writer brings forth the problem of wife and child abuse. I have the utmost sympathy and compassion for abused families. Civil law is to help in such cases. Churches should also help abused families. I believe I Corinthians 7:10,11 applies in such cases. Sometimes one divorces for a cause whereby God will not allow a scriptural remarriage. The one divorced cannot preve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 10 LUNA GOOD CITIZEN AWARDS 4 Fifth graders front, left to right, are Kim Wayman, Jamee Bramiett and Charles Geiser. Back are Misty Rankin, Kasey Cornett and Byron Pierce. it Fourth graders front, left to right, are Jennifer Mangan, Trina Pittsinger and Roy Ancheta. Back are Vanessa Coker, Jessica Bertucci and Tim Shubzda. Third graders front, left to right, are Jose Angiuano and Rusty Simpson. Middle are Chris Blankenship, Paula McMillan, Betsy Kyle Herring, and Nicolas Poston. Back are Dalia Hernandez, Brenda Ruiz, Melin- da Hughs, and Keshia Durant. Not shown - Drew McNerlin and Miguel Vasquez. I l Second graders front, left to right, are Brian McDonough, Nicholas Crowe, Stephanie Campbell, and Xiomara Hernandez. Middle are Carole Campbell, Andira Perez, Renee Castillo, and Adrien Arbuckle. Back are Loren Leaverton, Juan Loera, Starr Flowers, Matt Foster, and Elisa Hernandez. Not shown - David Gray. First graders front, left to right, are Neil Mathews, Daniel Arthurs and Hea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

1 Page 11 Cleo Hutson and Ann Nilley join in the fish fry festivities at Sachse Christian Church. Mike Slaight at Good Friday fish fry- Enjoying the fish fry at Sachse Christian Church recently are Dianne Griffin, left, and Jackie Warren, looks on. .. . Kate Caughlan, daughter of Pastor Jim and Marsha, with Jackie Warren. Gift of Love Nets New Tradition Three years ago, Anna Hill of Sachse Christian Church was looking for a way to show her love to God and to the church where she worshipped. She wanted to say thanks in a special way for the strength she found in her faith since the death of her husband, Ray. She enjoyed fishing and had found moments of peace and tranquility in her boat watching the sun rise and set on Lake Ray Hubbard. With Good Friday ap- proaching, she had an idea. Why not cook a fish dinner for her friends at Sachse Christian Church? Of course, the fish was a symbol used by Christ's earliest followers. Anna went to the pastor of the church with her idea and the an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

I Page 12 Hoss Chief of Staff At Garland Community Gary V. Hoss, M.D., a board certified internist, has been elec- ted by his fellow physicians to serve a two-year term as chief of medical staff at Garland Com- munity Hospital, according to Bill Gresco, administrator. Dr. Hoss has served as chairman of the department of medicine and vice- chief of staff. Dr. Hoss will assume the posi- tion immediately, replacing Dr. Shelby Wyll, whose two-year term just ended. Dr. Hoss has been in solo prac- tice in Garland at 777 Walter Reed Blvd. since 1982. He attended Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, where he received his degree in 1979. He served a one-year in- ternship and a two-year resi- dency in internal medicine, at Baylor University Medical Center. DR. GARY HOSS 4 . - « BIRTHS RYAN ADAM SHOE Tammy and Buddy Shoe, Sachse, are the proud parents of Ryan Adam Shoe, born at Pres- byterian Hospital, Dallas, April 11, weighing 8 lbs., 4 oz. Grandparents are Sharon Brown and Doug G...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

w i II ''H ,, sf' .Page 13 ====3|| RON'S FRUITS & VEGETABLES 300 E. Hwy. 78 Wylie OPEN 8 - 7 7 DAYS A WEEK Fres/i Produce Daily Tiger Cubs played Councilmen for a few minutes Monday night quizzing the mayor, city manager and members about their duties. Left to right are Jonathan Snipes, Phillip Garner, Erick Hice, and Danny Ar- thurs, first graders who hold monthly meetings under Craig Hice's leadership in preparation for future Scout activities. Not shown - Adriane Martinez. Note the new city seal in the background. COUNCIL MEETING (Continued from page 1) take a further look at another tabl- ed item - the agreement with RJN Engineering to provide an infiltra- tion/inflow reduction program on the city's sewer system. The question they will deal with is: How to pay the $52,700 cost, referred to by RJN as "an ac- curate ballpark figure." Members were locked 3-3 in support of the Dallas County jail proposition resolution which will be on the May 7 county election ballot The resolut...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

Page 14 Feature Section Mature health possible — despite growing older By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service The subject is your health: Should you assume that aches, pains and health problems are a necessary part of getting older? Should you have surgery on the recommendation of a single doc- tor? Is your heartburn indicative of some other problem? How can you increase your im- munity to disease? That is the stuff of today's news, mainly for seniors. be identified as such by seeking a second opinion, according to the Healthline newsletter in its De- cember 1987 issue. ACHES, PAINS AND PROBLEMS Should you assume that deterio- rating health is part of getting older? "No," states Thomas Curtis Namey, M.D., of the Medical Col- lege of Ohio. "There is no disease or condition that can or should be attributed directly to the aging process," he stated in a press con- ference for editors of mature mar- ket newspapers meeting in San Diego earlier this year. Namey identifies most health pr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

CANCER: (June 21 to July 22 - Also Cancer Ascendant) — Love, romance and creativity are ac- cented - rise above pettiness and try a new approach. Don't overex- tend yourself or overindulge in food or drink. Devote yourself to duty and live up to the expecta- tions of your mate or partner. LEO: (July 23 to Aug. 22 — Also Leo Ascendant) — Don't force is- sues and use an innovative ap- proach to deal with family, do- fnestic or property matters. Your ocial calendar may be crowded and your popularity peaks. Be dip- lomatic handling complaints and pacify your co-workers VIRGO: (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 - Also Virgo Ascendant) — The mails and telephone could keep you very busy but don't waste your time on non-essentials. Check up on security matters around your home, organize and bring order to important documents. Romance could take on a new and rosy glow. LIBRA: (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 — Also Libra Ascendant) — Spend money selectively, curb extrava- gant whims and use what you have to conserve ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 20 April 1988

FORECLOSURES SEMINAR - SAT. & SUN. APRIL 23 & 24 STOP BY ANYTIME BETWEEN 9 A.M. & 6 P.M. FREE BUYER'S SEMINAR ON FORECLOSURE PROPERTIES • FORECLOSURE LIST • HOW TO FINANCE 276-5166 Sachse Garland • Rowlett • PRE-QUALIFYING AVAILABLE • FREE CREDIT REPORT SKAGGS ALPHA BETA & CENTURY 21 A&E ASSOC. II BUCKINGHAM I 5-8EDROOM FORECLOSURE-Super family home. 5 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, Formal dining. Den. Game room. Giant kitchen. 3 oaths. Cul-de-sac. 2,300 sq. ft. plus. Landscaped. 5-2-2-Brk-DR-Den-GR-2FP. $89,900 FORECLOSURE CONDOS - $29,000 to $34,900. Garland, Mesquite & Piano. Great buys. Perfect locations. 1-2 bedrooms. 1-11/2 baths. Fireplaces. Great for first-time buyers. Excellent condition. REDUCED 810,000 - Dynamic custom. Absolutely gorgeous. Sunken den. Ex- quisite woodwork. Giant den. Fireplace. Microwave. Built-ins. Wallpapers. For- mal dining. Tile entry. Spa. Beautiful deck. Alarm system. Giant trees. 3-2-2-Brk. area-DR-Den-FP-Spa. $99,500 CUSTOM FOREC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Oie §entin,el VOL. XIII NO. 17 530-1100 SACHSE. TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY APRIL 27. 1988 wfSU, Vi I . i fa r m s Candidates Sound Off On Issues and Goals A sparse but outwardly inter- ested crowd listened to, and quizzed, three Sachse City Coun- cil candidates Thursday night at City Hall during a Meet the Can- didates session sponsored by the Friends of the Sachse Public Library. Candidates Pat Mclnnish, Steve Tobler, Dee Shanklin, and Marvin Faldon were invited to the - session, but illness kept Shanklin from attending. Moderated by Carol Wilson of the Richardson League of Women Voters, the ewent gave the candidates a chance to discuss their qualifica- tions for office and goals for Sachse. Mclnnish, a Mesquite printing company owner, explained he wanted to "help Sachse be an excellent place to live." A direct descendant of William Sachse. the city's founder, Mclnnish said several issues had to be address- ed, such as "sewer treatment costs, city staff's need for space and quality cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 2 Oie 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 ot 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, Rowlettt and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday Letter to the Editor Willard Scott, on the NBC To- day Show April 1, said: "Sachse is right next to Lord & Taylor, Texas." (I assume the New York audience identifies Saks F.A. as next to Lord & Taylor in Man- hattan.) However we look at it, we're in rarefied atmosphere, mentioned in the same breath as Neiman- M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 3 City, County, School Elections Set for May 7 City, Dallas County, and Gar- land and Wylie Independent School District elections will be held from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Satur- day, May 7. The City election polling place will be at City Hall. The Fire Station will not be used for voting this year. Precincts 2202 and 2203 of Dallas County and 25 and 56 of Collin County will vote on City Council members and amend- ments to the City Charter in the city election. Absentee voting for all juris- dictions will be held Tuesday, May 3, at City Hall during normal operating hours. The Dallas County election on pari-mutuel gambling and jail revenue bonds will take place for Precinct 2202 at City Hall, Sachse, and for Precinct 2203 at Park Lake Baptist Church, 3702 Sachse Rd. Absentee voting will take place at: Dallas County Community College District Bldg., 701 Elm St., Dallas; DISD Bldg., 3700 Ross, Dallas; Richardson Inde- pendent School District, 400 S. Greenville, Richardson; Garland City H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 4 Lake Pointe Medical Center Given Medical Demonstration Dolls Dr. Ron Jones and Dr. Steven Bander of the Royse City Medical and Surgical Clinic and Dr. Fred Carrington of the Lake Pointe Behavioral Medicine Clinic pre- sented two Zaadi medical dem- onstration dolls to Lake Pointe Medical Center last week. The dolls, a boy and a girl, will be used for patient education at the Rowlett hospital, and they "open up" to reveal inner ele- ments of the body, so that medi- cal procedures can be exDlained and understood. The Zaadi dolls are used to ex- plain procedures to children, senior citizens, patients not fluent in the English language, or per- sons whose lack of anatomical knowledge makes obtaining in- formed consent difficult. As the dolls are "opened", veins, arteries, bones, major muscles, organs and the diges- tive system are revealed. The dolls have sites for intravenous injections and shots, removable appendixes, bones which can be "broken" and "reset" with casts applied, o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 5 GISD Approves $250,000 For School Furniture Trustees of the Garland Inde- pendent School District have ap- proved the following bids for the purchase of furniture for Naaman Forest High School, Herfurth, Cooper, and Weaver Elementary Schools: Indeco Sales $ 50,530.90 Garland Office Supply $ 19,203.90 Virco $110,146.80 J&S Educational Products $ 41,522.80 School Equipment Company $ 29,253.00 TOTAL $250,657.40 Funding will come from 1986 and 1987 Bond Sale Funds. Ryles at Ranch House Country music lovers will be congregating at Wink's Ranch House Friday, April 29 to hear John Wesley Ryles. Admission at the door is $5. £ Mother's Mother's Day Special , o) ' May 8 MUth t FULL SERVICE SALON FAMILY HAIR CARE 501 E Brown-Suite 102 RUSTIC OAKS SHOPPING CENTER 442-3489 MEN-WOMEN-CHILDREN Money Back Guarantee! Good May 3 - 7 30% OFF All Services Gift Certificates Available Only Carnival has from $395 P«f,T Including ^ Have a carefree FLY A WEIGH vacation on your favorite "Fun Ship"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 6 COUNTRY JUNCTION RESTAURANT 6024 Hwy. 78 - Sachse 530-9475 Jack Duke - Owner Open Daily 6:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Open Until 3 p.m. Sunday TAKE-OUT ORDERS WELCOME BANQUET & PARTY ROOMS AVAILABLE y i % ■* JL.. aV '" - ■ Go-Getters enjoying an outing to Dallas Blooms at the Arboretum at White Rock Lake are, left to right, Mildred Young, Dot Sumners, Bertie and Loyd Smith. .. Center, Glenda Skinner. . . . Right, Ruth and Geralc. Robinson. The group lunched at Pancho's Restaurant, Garland. ; Weekly Dinner Specials Served from 5-9 p.m.: Mon.: NY Strip Steak Choice of Potato; Veg. & Salad Tues.: Charbroiled Chicken Breast Rice; Choice of Potato; Veg. & Salad Wed.: Mexican Food: Enchiladas, Retried Beans, Rice, Hot Sauce, Chips Fajitas Choice of Potato; Veg. & Salad Catfish Fillet Dinner Or All You Can Eat Hushpuppies, French Fries, Cole Slaw & Corn BBQ Brisket/Spare Ribs Choice of Potato; Baked Beans & Salad Roast Beef (Top Round) Mashed Potatoes/French Fries; Veg....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 7 J Plumb-Haney Nuptials Performed in Sachse John William Plumb Jr., and his bride, the former Michelle Haney, are making their home in Wylie following their wedding April 16 at the home of the bride's parents, Charles and Jean Haney, Sachse. Jack Yates, minister, officiated at the patio ceremonies in which the couple exchanged rings and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Jina Jophlin, Wylie, served as matron of honor and Donnie Mar- shall, Dallas, was best man. Wanda Parham, Flower Mound, and David Jophlin, Wylie, were also in the wedding party. The bride is a dispatcher with the Sachse Police Department and the bridegroom is employed at Adventure Tours & Travel and the Wylie Fire Department. He is the son of John and Barbara Plumb Sr., Chagrin Falls, Ohio A reception followed at the i'y members and Haney home with some 30 fam- attending. friends Best Little Hair House In Texas Give Mommy A Day At Our Shop Come in for Mother's Day Gift Certificate for: Shampoo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 27 April 1988

Page 8 VILLAGE MOTORS Mechanic On Duty Tune-up Special $39.95 6220 Highway 78 Sachse, TX 75098 (214) 530-6130 ★ BOYS SKILLS * PRESCHOOL ★ JOHN YEAC.FR CIC ( *Oun WKkpmtfMM V 1'Ultmt//AOENT J \ iimi / WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Highest standards of professional service. 201 CALLOWAY WYLIE, TEXAS 75098-0040 442-3505 i CffiXXXXXXXK ROBERTO STAMHULIE, ,!/./). Certified H\ The American Hoard Of OBSTETRICS AM) GYNECOLOGY. (Women's Health Care) Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Medical and Surgical Problems That Affect Women PHYSICIANS PLAZA • 801-A HWY 78. SUITE 301 WYLIH, TEXAS 75098 BY APPOINTMENT (214) 442-2606 SE I EMU A ESPANOE Rep. Steve Bartlett Discusses Jobs, Economy, New Zip Code Flats Repaired New Tire Sales State Inspections Foster Service Center Owned - Operated by Mike Foster 6404 Hwy. 78 Sachse, TX 495-1145 Mon. - Fri. - 7:30 - 6:00 Sat. - 7:30 - 5:00 DANCE r Calico Kids f Ik Register Now for Fall Pre-School and Our Great Cheerleading Program 1517 Buckingham Plaza 49...

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