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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Question: "Would you please write about how a person becomes saved?" A Wylie reader. There is much confusion and error surrounding the subject of "What must I do to be saved?" If you should ask 10 persons in Sachse that question, you pos- sibly would get 10 different answers, and in all probability, you would get at least seven dif- ferent replies. Why? People of various reli- gious beliefs are going to several m There's a place for you AT SACHSE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ben Davis Roid at Highway 78 Sunday Schedule Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. sources for their answers. One goes to his or her parents for the answer, another to a church creed book, another to a favorite teacher, while others accept an answer which is comfortable to their lifestyle, and on and on. No wonder many are confused and turned off by what they call "organized religion." Many peo- ple are too lazy to read their Bible or they have such little love and respect for God that they really don't care. Some peo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Page 10 CITY OFFICER ELECTION AND CHARTER AMENDMENTS (DE FUNCIONARIOS DE LA CIUDAD V ENMIENDAS CONSTITUCIONALES) MAY 7, 1 988 (MAYO 7, 1 988) VOTE FOR 3(three) Steve Tobler Dee Shanklin Marvin Faldon Pat Mclnnish "(Write-In) I ) I 1 ( I vV V Proposition (proposicion) 1 The amendment providing for the mandatory vacating of office by a member of the city council for excessive absenteeism. (La enmienda que proporcina el vacinamento mandatorio de la oficina nor un miembro del concilio de la ciudad por ausente excesivo.) Proposition (proposicion) 2 FOR AGAINST FOR The amendment providing for the decrease of allowable number of appointed City Council members from two to one. (La enimenda que proporcina disminucir AGAINST el numero justo de miembros del concilio de la ciudad sinalados de doa a uno.) Proposition (propo9icion) 3 The amendment providing for the establishment of specific city departments. (La enmienda que proporcina para establecimiento especifico de departamentos de la ciudad...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

proposition 14. This suggested change reads: "All meetings of any board, com- mission or committee created, established or appointed by this Charter or the City Council shall be open to the public, unless otherwise permitted by law, and shall be subject to the laws of this state, as amended, concerning public meetings." proposition 15. The Charter currently labels excessive absenteeism on a board, commission or committee as being when a person misses three consecutive meetings and doesn't have an explanation "acceptable to a majority of the full membership" of the Council. This change states that any member of a board, commission or committee who is absent from three consecutive regular meetings shall forfeit his position and directs the Council to fill the vacancy within 30 days. Proposition 16. The Charter now states the Council shall create such boards, commissions and committees as required by state law or by the Charter itself or as the Council deems necessary. This change enum...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Page 12 Sewing Machine Repair PLANO SEWING CENTERS We Repair ALL MAKE Machines "To Lis! A Few" ELNA. NECCHI. NEW HOME. WHITE BERNINA. SINGER. KENMORE. ALL SERGERS AND INDUSTRIAL MACHINES 423-2801 THE "SINGER" STORE "Kast Dependable Service" 1120 e parker rd. "102 plano. tx 75074 {3 doors east of k-mart) Mixed Drink Tax Remittances Announced The City of Sachse derived $380.65 from mixed drink taxes for the first quarter of 1988. Total mixed drink sales during the period (January, February and March) was $3,045.18. Wylie garnered $1,223.19 in taxes during the period, with sales totaling $9,785.52. Garland received $8,933.13 in tax remit- tance on sales of $71,465.07. Ex-Calico Kid Twirler Heads Rangerettes Stacey Hardin, this year's cap- tain of the Kilgore College Rangerettes, was a Calico Kids Featurette from the age of six. Her background as a four-year feature twirler for South Garland High School gave her the ability to bring down the house at the Rangerette Revels, the school's ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Page 13 Fleas and Ticks Marching Our Way Fleas and ticks have plagued mankind and his pets throughout recorded history. Here in Texas we experience flea and tick prob- lems the year-round, with the worst problems occurring at this very time of the year. These pesky creatures can, however, be more than just a nuisance for pets. As part of their blood-feeding life style they can transmit dangerous parasites, diseases, and potentially fatal anemias. Fleas commonly cause allergic skin reactions in pets, which result in intense itching and discomfort for them. What can be done to control these pests? We will very briefly describe the life cycle of the flea in order to give a better under- standing of the steps which should be taken to control fleas and ticks. Oddly enough, the flea spends most of its life cycle off its pet host. This is the typical scenario: Your pet strolls outside. Sensing the presence of a free meal, an adult female flea hops aboard to feed on the pet's blood Once in-...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Page 14 Sachse Ushers In 25th Baseball Season II t * *' ' .' .■-s -A &•& Karen Foster sang the national anthem at Saturday's opening- day baseball ceremonies. In the background are Mayor Larry Holden, Blanche Foster, and Master of Ceremonies Bob Yandry. Current Sachse Booster Club President Peggy Strong drove this con- vertible in the parade, with a sign saluting the Booster Club on its 25th birthday. Bryan Salmon, who donated the land for Sachse s City Park many years ago, had the park renamed in his honor Saturday. Bill Nicholson, first president of the Sachse Booster Club, was one of the guest speakers at Saturday's 25th anniversary celebration at City Park (renamed Salmon Park). hi f T Plenty of youngsters were on hand Saturday to help celebrate the Sachse Booster Club's 25th anniversary with opening-day baseball ceremonies at City Park (renamed Salmon Park). Pickup trucks loaded with players were the order of the day as a good portion of the 300 youngsters signed up for...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

1 Page 15 Police Report Chief Tom Fenley reported the following calls between April 22 and 28: April 22: A warning citation was issued to an individual in the 6100 block of Hwy. 78 for a junk vehi- cle. Police took a report of a runaway on Vicksburg. Firemen extinguished a trash/tire fire in the 4400 block of Ranch Rd. tpril 23: Officers secured a dow left open in the 6600 block of Hwy. 78. A warning was issued on a junk vehicle com- plaint in the 5100 block of Springtree, and a burglary of a house at that same address is being investigated. April 24: Suspicious subjects and vehicle were reported in the 5900 block of Hwy. 78. An arrest was made on a DWI charge on Hwy. 78. Police removed a traffic hazard, a wooden object, from Hwy 78. Smoldering charcoals caused a dumpster fire in the 6600 block of Murphy Rd. It was extinguished. A dog bit the hand that fed him in the 5500 block of Murphy Rd., and the owner was treated at Wylie Community Hospital. Offi- cers advised a complainant to ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Page 16 The petting area for goats, pony and sheep was a big attraction at Luna's Fair. * ! . V w M Some went fishin' for prizes J Faith Hopkins gets her face painted. ««? Clark Forminak demonstrated asphalt shingling in the 4-H booth. GO H ? I %►' 4fa*r% ' flLjl a '/*-* .& * M 25 JP^' Wlm 11 frt/s tree had to be placed off-limits as a beehive was discovered just as the carnival got under way. . . . Sack races kept 'em hopping. Beth, Faith and William Hopkins took time out from the busy activities. ... Ring toss was another attraction.

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

p^i Page 17 Photographs Capture , Vanishing Culture mowing - im.. acreage. W i rrl IB A book by pholograbber June ,ar' l'"s' >a"ls "lle^ J*"5' holes' MARY JANE'S SERVICES Van Cleef provides an in-depth ""k-_5"11 L™rencc Tax Planning look at the vanishing rural culture * Income Tax Counseling and of Texas. Perceptions of Texas and SPECI ALS!! Preparation • Notary • Public Texans: A Documentary of Ham- ALb..! Typing • Insurance Filing ilton County, Texas is one of six NICE 2-1 4-Plex, WBFP, washer & (Medicare & Others) 442-2974 photography books to be publish- dryer connection, carport, ceiling wvlie ed by Texas A&M University fan, on-site manager. 414-0335. Press in 1988-6S. POOL SERVICE Van Cleef, a professor of MARY KAY COSMETICS Yeai Koun-I Pool & Spas Offers photography at Collin County For a complimentary facial or for Pool (leaning. Complete Service •Community College, has spent Mary Kay re-orders, call B.J., Including Repairs and A Full Line (several years p...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

Page 18 Feature Section Bring the family together — in a reunion By Leonard J. Hansen Copley News Service America has the most mobile population of any society or nation in the world Since World War II, families that might have consid- ered a move across the city as a major distance have now spread apart by thousands of miles. Families, though, are the actual lifeblood of our nation, as genera- tions beget generations, carrying forward the strains of heredity and nationality, race and charac- teristic. It is time says Better Homes and Gardens magazine, for fami- lies to rebridge. to rediscover each other, even if not moving very near to each other. The solution is in one word: reunion. A study was launched by the Better Homes and Gardens Fami- ly Network, a public service or- ganization dedicated to examin- ing, strengthening and celebrating American families, finding that: • Sixty-two percent of respon- dents in a national survey said they feel family has become in- creasingly impo...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

fessional so probably couldn't help much, but she felt my input would be important. & c C^\j/ ckildri a.r\ The meeting took place with three teachers whom he has, the school counselor, and the school principal part of the time. My comments were mainly about how he was at home, who his friends are, and what interests he has. It was all very comfortable for me. Out of the meeting came an "I.E.P." (Individualized Education Plan), a full educational program for him, including goals and activ- ities. These professionals were com- petent and concerned, and I felt so good about their interest and the time they devoted to my son. Is this a common practice, or are we just fortunate to have such good people in this school? A. The team effort you de- scribed evolves from the require- ment of a federal law dating back to 1975 It is Public Law 94-142. The Education for All Handi- capped Children Act. It stresses (among many other factors) parental involvement in their chil- dren's educationa...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 4 May 1988

FORECLOSURES SEMINAR - SAT. & SUN. MAY 7 & 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 8 BUCKINGHAM Free Buyer Qualifying. Free Credit Report. Let Us Pre-qualify You — No Obligations. 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. FORECLOSURE - Split bedroom arrangement. Earth tones. Large country kit- chen. Living den with fireplace. 2 full baths. Gas/electric. Gas starter in FP Land- scaped. 3-2-2-DR-Den-FP. $67,900 REDUCED $10,000 - 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 sy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Qie §en,tir\el ■' — .•XIII, NO. 19 .530-1100 SACHSE, TEXAS PUBLISHED WEEKLY MAY 11, 1988 •v; *. s m ■R IP Shanklin, Mclnnish, Tobler Win City Council Seats Dee Shanklin, Pat Mclnnish and Steve Tobler were elected to the Sachse City Council Saturday, filling vacancies created when in- cumbents Joyce Yandry, Pat Longacre, and Mike Foster did not seek re-election. The official tally showed Shanklin as the leading vote-getter with 178, followed by Mclnnish 176, and Tobler 125. A fourth candidate, Marvin Faldon Jr., garnered 100 votes. Sachse voters, like the rest of Dallas County, approved pari-mutuel horse racing and the jail bond issue. Voting at City Hall and Park Lake Baptist Church, the totals read: Jail Bond, for 136, against 90; pari- mutuel betting, for 124, against 105 (the latter measure was defeated at Park Lake Baptist by a 65-61 margin). In addition, Sachse residents approved 21 city charter amendments. The vote by amendments: Amendment For Against Proposition 1 202 23 Prop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page 2 th,e 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, Wylie, Rowlett. and Garland. Deadlines for the next issue of The Sentinel: News - Thursday Ads - Friday Police Investigating Mail Box Bombing Police Chief Tom Fenley asks that anyone with any information about the explosion of a mail box in the 4400 block of Pleasant Valley north of Ben Road (near the city limits of Wylie) please contact the Sachse Police Department. Fenley places the time of the bombing between 8 and 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

A Owl Tracks 0£ BY L.OREE ELTON Page 3 GHS students are facing the home stretch before the final days of school. Congratulations to Karen Ramirez and Ronda Elton for making the All-District Girls Soc- cer Teams. Karen made the first team and Ronda, the second. Ronda was also voted by her teammates as the most ag- gressive player and received a trophy at the team's dinner hosted by Coach Mullens. The Mighty Owl Band returned from Florida Monday night with many honors. They won first in parade competition, outstanding flags, rifles, twirler, and drum major in parade competition. The Symphonic Band placed all I divi- sion ratings and Jazz Band re- ceived II division ratings. In the overall competition for grand champion, Garland took second place. Band Director Don Long said that they even got to see Mickey Mouse! The Jazz Band director is James Hannah. Con- gratulations to the band and to Sachse members Diane Sedg- wick, Dana Morgan and Sashaa Olsen. Prom is just around the corner. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page 4 Babysitting Seminar Planned in Garland Because of the response to the first Garland Preschool PTA Babysitting Seminar, a second free seminar will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 21 at the Freeman Heights Baptist Church, 1120 N. Garland Ave., for 11-15 year olds. Topics to be covered are sitters' etiquette, accident prevention and safety, infant care, children's activities, child behavior and development, handling emergen- cies, and first aid. The Garland Preschool PTA is made up of 140 mothers with children to 5 years old. Enroll- ment will be limited, so reserva- tions should be made early at 530-0715. Dont, mess with Texas. Kids In DUANA YATES - Owner- 495-0836 530-1850 SACHSE, TEXAS SUPER KIDS PRESCHOOL PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY for girls 3-5. Give your child the benefits of ballet, tap, tumbling, and baton twirling, as well as academic readiness for elementary schoo1. BOY'S SKILLS PRESCHOOL A FITNESS AND COORDINATION PROGRAM for boys 3-6. Develops motor skills, stren...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page 5 SACHSE CALENDAR Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 12, Station. Weight Watchers, 7 p.m. Monday, May 16, First United Methodist Church. City Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 16, City Hall, oy Scouts, 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 16, Christian Church. Fire Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, Station. Annual rummage sale discussion. Luna Talent Show, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, school. Students and teachers to participate. Repeat on Wednesday morning. Go Getters, 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, third anniversary luncheon, home of Laurie Schwenk, Sachse. Fire Department, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 19, Station. Citizens For a Progressive Sachse, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19, First United Methodist Church. GCT Audition Dates Set Children on Stage's annual summer production at Garland Civic Theatre will be Oz, Land of Magic by Jim Marvin and Randy Tallman. Auditions will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. May 20 and from 4 to 7 p.m. May 21. Those auditioning should call 272-9122 to set up an appoint- ment. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page 6 iningingmaiuDinaiciniDniPniP3innianiDoioBionmDinoinniboitiaiftfaihf:ingTLmin VVYLIE FAMILY HEALTH CLINIC T.M. TRIMBLE, M.D. TED I). TRIMBLE, M.I). ' Diplomates American Board of Family Practice CHARLES D. HILLE, M.D. 791 YV. H« v. 78 Wvlie, Texas 75098-0250 P.O. Box 250 442-2228 Sachse Student Heads NG Drill Team Jennifer Seely, Sachse, has been named captain of the drill team at North Garland High School. She is the daughter of Debbie and Noble Seely. Jennifer is a member of La Petites, junior varsity drill team at Kids in Motion, Sachse, owned by Duana Yates. DALE GROOM, "The Plant Groom," will broadcast live from Mo n day s on KLIF Talk Radio 9-11 a.m. Sunday, May 15 Dale will be advertising Osmocote Timed Release Fertilizer Select Group of 18 Big 4" Pots of Bedding Plants ; Including Petunia, Marigold. Impatient, and many more Only $11.95 per flat COLOR - COLOR - COLOR Huge Selection of Bedding Plants, Hanging Baskets, etc., to make your environment more pleasant. "Feedin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

m Page 7 GOOD NEWS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: / c YOU NO LONGER NEED TO WORRY ABOUT CATARACTS. P, _ ataracts can cause you to lose more than just your clear vision. Peace of mind is often affected. And, so are your precious savings. Wylie Community Hospital has teamed with William A. Boothe, M.D. to provide a solution to those problems. Through our special program, we can offer you convenience and experience at an affordable cost. FREE SCREENING: Wylie Community Hospital and Dr. Boothe are offering free cataract screenings to all Medicare patients. You can choose from two locations: Wylie Community Hospital or Dr. Boothe's office in Piano. Simply call 442-6043 for an appointment. CONVENIENCE: Your surgery and post-operative care is performed by Dr. Boothe. His office is conveniently located near Hwy. 75 (Central Expressway) in Piano. And, Wylie Community Hospital is conveniently located near major thoroughfares. AFFORDABILITY: Due to a change in Medicare regula- tions, the surgeon's fee i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sentinel — 11 May 1988

Page 8 SSIS w mi * t Modeling '50s attire are. left to right, Anna Cooper, Jamee Bramlett, Marsha Moniz. and Lisa Bailey. Moore, Matt Leaverton, Joey Welborn, Kevin Chapman, and Jeffrey Waller. Left to right, Chris I Left to right: Lauren Overby, Chandra Rowland and Kasey Cornett. . . . Second graders and teacher into the act are, left to right, Jennifer Estes, Sue Nicklas, Nikki Czajkowski, and Danny Wiseman. mmmrnvi ■ ■*, >■ mm ■■ Joining in the '50s order of the day are, left to right, Becky Motley, Gina Smith and Karen Mathis. Back to the '50s At Luna Elementary r Cool duo - fifth graders Jamee Bramlett and Matt Leaverton.

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