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Duncaville Suburban (Newspaper) - May 25, 1989, Duncanville, Texas 1 j i ' i 25. 1989 - 29, NO. 43 still rolling in ministry leads local woman Into feds combine marijuana Tom Ajoint operation by Duncanville police and federal immigration resulted in six arrests and the confiscation of more dian a ton of the largest drug bust in of the Immigration and Service had been watching ' a business warehouse shop at 706 East No. 120, for several months ' before calling Duncanville police to assist with a raid at about 2:15 p.m. Six officers and eight migration agents arrested five men and one woman and seized about 788 pounds of a semi-automatic a Chevrolet van and a Lincoln said five of the arrested persons are Mexican The owner of the ' Jose 27,of 3914Falls Drive ' in was with unlawful session of marijuana over 200 pounds and transferred to Dallas Sheriff's Office Wednesday under Manuel 21, of was taken to DSO on the same charge and same 38, of Grand was charged with criminal conspiracy to possess marijuana over 200 He transferred to DSO Wednesday 27, of and Fortino 23, were being held on immigration said the sixth person was pending further has had an ongoing investigation for dn those people at that particular said Duncanville Police Sgt. James was from immigration they were suspected of drugs and illegal aliens out of C. district director of the Dallas INS office related the incident in a prepared statement and his body shop have been under investigation by INS agents for transporting illegal aliens for about eight he months mation linking Sanchez to narcotics trafficking was developed and a joint investigation was initiated with the Duncanville a van was observed arriving and leaving die body shop and was stopped by INS agents and Duncanville police The marijuana could be smelled and seen in the It was seized and the driver was found in a 1985 Lincoln Continental parked outside the body shop and owned by Smith's property See Page 2A photo by Kirk J. police James weighs a 30-pound of marijuana recovered Tuesday afternoon as part of the largest drug raid in Duncanville Six people were arrested and 78S pounds of seized in the conducted jointly with photo by KirH J. High School junior Brian Rawlings tells his story during the second positive peer leadership seminar held Saturday as a part of the New Focus About 1(K) students attended the all-day event at it the lesser of three legislative Duncanville school officials said Tuesday the so-called school finance could cost the district an estimated $ 141,000 in lost state funding and spur a tax unanimously passed the state Senate May 2 and the House last the supposedly attempts to assert equity in state funding for all school rich or differences between the Senate and House versions of the measure set to be hammered out in a conference Dallas county grand jury is soon to hear the case of a Duncanville police sergeant who shot and killed an off-duty Dallas officer following a domestic quarrel last ' said the grand jury will consider the case June 5. Police added all ings are routinely referred to the grand Glenn Repp HI was reportedly School District Ken Brem said the change m in the district cause a loss of in state funding according tp present state to local funding ratio Brem said the would hardly affect Duncanville positively as it calls will result in loss of an additional in state funds it would have otherwise had without the finance only value is in that particular lose less money than in some of the others Brem to Texas Education aid to be prorated according to the substitute for the would district's tax in a He explained the state property tax which die Texas Education Agency uses for figuring wealth is reflecting increased wealth in combined with almost no variation in loss of $ 1.04 million in the first and million over the legislative House Public Education Committee proposed substitute for the measure Page 12A by Dallas Sgt. Larry Wise outside his residence 442 Kelly Court at about 3:15 April 16. Police report Wise had been quarreling with his ex-wife and had been said he Repp and officer Stacy Holden several times with a Magnum revolver before Repp striking Wise in the Wise also fired but the bullet lodged in a bicycle near the Wise was pronounced dead at Charlton Methodist Repp was not Investigators filed no charges in the adding they believe the shooting was billed as a and for 1989 graduates of Duncanville High is from 11 until 6 June 1 at the Duncanville coordinator of district intervention said the party wUl follow the commencement ceremonies the evening of June 1 at by the High on Life group at Duncanville High School and the Duncanville Chamber of the party is in its second Last year it drew about 250 said sponsors are expecting a larger crowd this Graduation will feature a the and the play money they win can be used at die endof the evening to bid on a variety of auction There also will be drawings throughout the evening for prizes and gift all donated by local parentis and member of the throughout die evening will disc jockey J.D. In addition io snacks served throughout the there will be a breakfast served during the early morning said of the evening will be the awarding of two prizes to two lucky seniors in trips for two people for three including airfare and one to Acapulco and the second to Puerto celebration is open to all graduating seniors and one guest per Tickets are per person and those who purchase them in advance at DHS will receive a Project Graduation Tickets also will be sold at the door die evening of the stout south wind destroyed Honors Day activities Friday at Panther of the home side of the student body watched and as awards from attendance to were DHS Lynn Dobbins said the students who have honors m thek areas of open the counselors Dilworth and Nancy Pollard presented awarded Louise Alexander presented the Scholarship to Michelle Guy This begun pays for books and ' fees for four years at the University of Texas students also must be enrolled in Training during freshman and sophomore Amy will seek a business degree and Huggins will stody scholarships are die extensive offered to DHS students attending The scholarship fund has about with about 10 percent available annually for former recipients are graduating from UTA this making two scholarships Association scholarships went to Lillie Davis and Carla Virginia Matt Daniel and Rick Taylor received die Duncanville Association Dean was awarded the Wal Mart in memory of DHS photo by Dave was awarded Arnold Louise Alexander Scholarship recipients Michelle Amy andt Guy Huggins flank See HONORS Alexander during Honors Day ceremonies held Friday at Panther die overcast skies and a few drops of the Duncanville Chamber of Commerce's Annual Open Golf Tournament at Country Club was played interruption hundred golfers played 18 holes of only one team ended up die winning Ron Jerry Billy Bob and Pat The winning foursome also holds the honorable distinction of being All-Stars on 1966 Championship Golf winners second place John Gil and Chuck third place - Gary Lou and Hugh fourth place - Bobby Mike Louis and Cullen aiM place - Jay Jerry Fibber and Royce the golfers enjoyed an afternoon Page 12A
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