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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 2- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5, 2005 Local mm. Chamber lunch features business strategist, actor Business development strategist, author, and speaker Dean Lindsay will be the featured speaker at the Sachse Chamber of Commerce May Business Luncheon. The luncheon will be held at noon Tuesday in the Sachse Assembly of God Church, 2709 Third St. Lindsay is the founder of The" Progress Agents, L.L.C. and author of the best seller, Cracking the Networking CODE, 4 Steps■ to Priceless Business Relationships He will give an informative pre- sentation regarding the four steps consistently taken by the most effective networkers to crack the networking CODE and begin to build powerful business relation- ships. Lindsay has also worked as a professional actor and perfor- mance coach. A cum laude graduate of the University of North Texas, Lindsay presently serves on the Executive Advisory Board for UNT's Department of Marketing and Logistics. He is an avid runner and has com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Local Thursday, May 5, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A Page 3 Silver Scene by Dixie Dickson We are starting our financial seminars on Monday after- noons, so be sure you save time for this important information. Last week we traveled to Ennis, and took what was left of the Bluebonnet tour. It is getting late, but they do bloom more than one week- end a year. Tomorrow L. J. Smith will be here to start explaining the changes in Medicare and the new Medicare drug card coining out in January. This is a lot to absorb and understand. She Dixie Dickson will be here tomorrow, in June and again in July. Next Monday at 1 p.m., Bill Clark will talk about "How to protect your money". Laws change, your income changes, you loose a spouse, for many reasons you need to hear these seminars in a protected environment Next Wednesday we will dine at the Golden Corral and take in a movie. Friday we load the bus with all that want to go to Wal-Mart (Wylie) and go shopping. Last week I mentioned I have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 4- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5, 2005 Obituaries John Everett Webster John Everett Webster Funeral services for John Everett Webster, 76, of Bentley, Okla., formerly of Wylie, were held April 23, 2005, at Bentley Baptist Church. Interment followed in the Bentley Cemetery in Bentley, Okla. The Rev. John Howard and the Rev. Rex Williams officiated. Mr. Webster died April 21 at his home. He was born Dec. 12, 1928 in Laurinburg, N.C. to Pride and Ida (Leviner) Webster. He attended and graduated from schools in North Carolina. He also attended the University of Arizona and the University of New York. He worked for several years for Roberts Buick, now Don Snell Buick, in Dallas. He served his country for more than 20 years in the U.S. Air Force as a master sergeant, retiring on May 26, 1966. He was a longtime member of Bentley Baptist Church. He married Rotha Irene Rogers in Arkansas, and later married Carolyn Sue Thomas on Nov. 21, 1964 in Tushka, Okla. Survivors in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Occasions Thursday, May 5, 2<X)5 - THE SACHSH NEWS - Section A - Page 5 i a t HI v. ¥> Brandon Blacketer and Amber Celeste Jennings Jennings, Blacketer to wed Bobby Jennings, of! Duncanville and Barbara j Holcomb Jennings, of Wylie, are proud to announue the engage- ment and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Celeste, to Brandon Blacketer of Nevada. The prospective groom is the son of Dwayne and Debbie J Blacketer of Nevada. The wedding is planned for Nov. 19 at The Country Abbey in Justin. The bride-elect, a 1999 gradu- ate of Wylie High School, works at Ridgley Appraisal, Inc. The groom-to-be, a 2002 graduate of Community High School, is employed as a lire alarm technician. Joe Jonathan Katin and Brook Kristin Bledsaw Bledsaw, Katin to wed Rod and Wanda Axline-Bledsaw, of Sachsc, are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Brook Kristin, to Joe Jonathan Katin. She is the granddaughter of Dot Axline of Wylie and the late Charles ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 6- Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5. 2005 ? m ■ ' . ' ' mm ; • W.-wi. l&ZMEMS IWEB2SSZ Lt. Andrew Hale, left, and fellow squadron members, above, celebrated Aggie Muster recently in Doha Qatar. Hale is sta- tioned in Qatar with his squadron detachment of the 458th Airlift Squadron homebased at Scott AFB, 111. He is serving with the U.S. Air Force and Operation Iraqi Freedom Central Command in Doha, Qatar as C-21 aircraft comman- der. A 1996 Wylie High School graduate and 2000 Texas A&M University graduate. Hale is scheduled to return this month after six months in the region. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. N.A. Hale and E.S. Hensley of Wylie. The meaning of Muster On June 26, 1883, graduates of Texas A&M University - Aggies - gathered to celebrate their college days. By April 21, 1903, this annual gather- ing evolved into a celebration of Texas Independence on San Jacinto Day. •Let every alumni answer a rol^call', wrote the former students. In 1922,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Thursday, May 5 , 2005 THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 Wylie's Scholz earns A&M- Commerce honor Wylie resident Ben L. Scholz has been named a 2005 Alumni Ambassador of Texas A&M University-Commerce. As an Alumni Ambassador, Scholz has been honored by the agricultural sciences department. The title of Alumni Ambassador is the highest award an academic department can bestow upon a graduate. The award recognizes graduates' career achievements. On a recent visit to A&M- Commerce, Scholz visited his for- mer academic department, speak- ing to faculty and students about how he believes a college degree from the university has helped him. Scholz received a bachelor's in agriculture technology from A&M- Xommerce in 1969. ^BHis business was "hosen as one of the Top 100 Best Managed Farms in the State of Texas. Kg «pvtIS OD " Hyiu: I S 1) timtipnJwykm *j5,0pu.(Jl five T/u>ii.suit4 and np/lOOtfis.'PouAr<s l<u:k Morton Donation I)k Morton presented the Wylie ISO Ed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 8-Section A-THE SACHSE NEWS-Thursday, May 5, 2005 ■«' djfiffv isam ■ i . . :K:V ■ ap( Art winners The Burnett Junior High School winners of the Celebrate the Arts Visual Art show are, front row from left, Lisa Nguyen, third Advanced Art; Sara Stanley, honorable mention Advanced; Warren Chaney, sec- ond Beginning; Marcus Bellah, second Advanced; honorable mention Advanced, back row, Stephanie Stephens, honorable mention Advanced; Alex Rivas, first Beginning; Uchenna Algolua, most cre- ative junior high division, first Advanced, second Advanced; Adam Jones, third Advanced; and Kenny Harbison, honorable mention Advanced. Not pictured are Noelle DeFoe, second Advanced, and third Advanced; Sarah Meek, Junior High Division Best Use of Color, and Jacob Daniel, honorable mention Advanced Art ■HH Members of Wylie High School's award win- ning 2004-05 Winterguard are, front row from left, Analise Chatterpaul and Monica Perry; second row, Amnee Elkhalid, Kate Gardner, Shelly Baker, Sadie ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people ofSachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnila Ncshil Fisher , Column A guide to the budget process in Texas Thursday May 5, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 9 K Bob Dcuell This articic finishes with the outline of a basic framework of the budget process in Texas, and how the legislature I goes about form- ing a biennial budget during I legislative ses- sion and the interim. This article is taken from a Senate Research Organization pub- j lication, "Budget 101. A Guide to ' Budget Process in Texas," j wnch can be viewed al www.sen- l ate.state.tx.us. During the first part of the ses- I sion, the Senate Committee on ! Finance and the House Committee son Appropriations independently I receive testimony from state agen- cies, including institutions of high- J er education, on the budget. Each 1 committee makes changes to the budget document. This process is referred to as ("markup." After the bill passes out ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

I Page 10 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5, 2005 hKKI Business Covering Wylie, Sachse Murphy & Surrounding areas To place your business card here call 972-442-5515 Entertainment, Remodeling, 'Repairs, Sales, Services, etc. AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING New Construction • Quality Work • Affordable Prices MEE Services Heating & Cooling Residential/Commercial Family Owned & Operated 972-672-8011 or 972-771-0663 - 24 HOUR SERVICE Service Replacement TACLB021889C AUTOMOTIVE DETAIL Hail Damase Minor Dents Door Dines All removed from your car with NO PAINTING! Call Ray Harrelson Ofc: 972-429-5755; Mbl: 972-523-5964 560 Parker Road • Wylie - FREE ESTIMATES 5 FOUNDATION REPAIR FOUNDATION REPAIR SPECIALISTS Hargrave Home Repair, Inc. #1 Regency Dr. Wylie, Texas 75098 % Drainage Correction Structural Repair 972-442-5000 Family Owned & Operated Free Estimates %■1 HANDGUN SALES & SERVICES BULLET TRAP Indoor Range & Training Center • ••••• www.bullettrapinc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Thursday, May 5, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 11 Vote r Election day is Saturday, May 7. Voters in Sachse will go to the polls to elect two councilman. The Sachse News sent questionnaires to all local candidates. In an effort to provide more information to voters, the candidate responses are included here in their own words, in alphabetical order. Sachse Council, Place 3 Jim Burnett - incumbent Jim Burnett Birthdate: Nov. Place of Birth: Marshall, Texas Occupation: Supply Chain Solutions Manager; Arrow Electronics Education: Tyler Junior College, general studies; Dallas Baptist University, history and religion; hold certificates in supply chain and logistics management from North Texas State University, Denton, and Northwestern University, Evanston, III.; hold certificates in distribution management from Texas A&M University; certificate in mass communi- cations from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; research and analysis from Vanderbilt University, Nashvill...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 12 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5. 2005 Sachse Council, Place 4 m Paul Head - incumbent *aul Head Birthdate: Sept. 23, 1956 Place of Birth: Denton Occupation: Supply Chain, IT Portfolio & Vendor Relations Capgemini Energy LP Education: Special Business Certificate - SMU Cox School of Business - 1995; MBA, Management - Amber University - 1993; BS. Engineering Management - SMU School of Engineering and Applied Science - 1978; Diploma - Lake Highlands High School - 1975 Have long have you been in the community ? Grew up and lived most of my life in Northeast Dallas County. Have lived in Sachse for nine years. List any community groups or activities you are involved in: Sachse City Council - 1999 to Present; Council Liaison to GISD; Sachse Planning and Zoning Commission - 1998 to 1999; Sachse Park and Recreation Commission - 1997 to 1998; Sachse Historical Society (President from 1999 - 2002); Sachse Animal Shelter Advisory Committee (Chairman); Sachse Citizens...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

u*tm m^W.W %; it *.'i Vrr ustang C&S Media Publications Briefs m Sports : WHS Honor tourney June 3 The Wylic Sports Hall of Honor's Eighth Annual Golf Tournament is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. June 3 at Woodbridge Golf Club. Entry fee is $100 per person or $400 per team and includes green fees, carl, range balls and lunch. This tournament is the primary fundraiser for the Wylie Sports Hall of Honor. For more information, call Joe Pearce at 972-429-3137. Ten Star camps ^seeking players Applications are now being accepted for this summer's Ten Star All-Star Basketball Camps. The camps are scheduled at locations across the country, the nearest being held in Commerce. The camps arc by invitation only, and boys and girls ages 10 through 19 may apply. Michael Jordan, Grant Hill, Antawn Jamison, Tim Duncan and Jerry Stackhouse have all partici- pated in past camps, according to organizers. Players selected for the A11- American team may receive col- lege scholarships. For more information ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5, 2005 BMHMMHi Wylie Track makes good showing at Regionals, girls finish 10th overall By Rick Atkinson Although no Wylie tracksters qual- ified for state, their fine showing at the 4A Region II track meet in Denton last Friday and Saturday was a big step in the right direction. After all, the competition at this meet was some of the toughest in the state. "If there is a state-meet type of regional, it is our regional in Class 4A, Region II," said Pirate Head Coach Greg Neubauer. " "It is the toughest regional in the state of Texas, bar none," he said. "This is the meet that will produce six or eight state champions, if not more," he said. The region includes teams from, DISD, Lancaster, Ennis, Corsicana Killeen, and Brownwood, just to name a few. The Lady Panthers sent a large contingent to regionals this year, and Head Coach Evelyn Gordon said it's been a year to remember. "It's been quite a ride," she said. "It's been very exhi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Thursday, May 5, 2005- THE SACHSK NEWS - Section B - Page 3 ■ i Lady Mustangs make it to the playoffs continued from page IB said. Smith felt like the team always learned from its losses and that type of attitude got the Lady Mustangs to the playoffs. This past week was arguably the biggest week in the Sachse varsity Softball team's short history. The Lady Mustangs were tied with Rowlett and South Garland for the final two playoff spots available in District 11-5A. In order to break the tie, the three teams met at Naaman Forest to play tie-breaker games. The Lady Mustangs had their first opportunity at clenching a playoff birth by playing Rowlett. Rowlett, however, showed up with quite a bit of resolve defeating Sachse, 10-0, in five innings. Emily Tate, Stefanie Faith, Ashley Roland, and Katie Pipes each had one hit in the game for the Mustangs. In order for the Lady Mustangs to make the postseason, they then had to cheer on the team that had just beaten them, Rowlett, in a game ag...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 4 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, May 5, 2005 r Tommy Haney of Wylie has signed to play soccer for Austin College. Joining Tommy, from left, are 10-year old brother Alex, mother Rena, father Tom, and WHS Head Soccer Coach George Velten. Jeff Jones signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer for Austin College in Sherman. Mother Kellie Jones looks on. Teammate Tommy Haney will join Jones at AC. Jones, Haney sign with Austin College Wylie Pirates Jeff Jones and Tommy Haney, best friends since fifth grade, have signed to play soc- cer this fall for Austin College in Sherman. Jones is the son of Kellie and Mark Jones. The Pirate goalkeeper was a Second Team All-District. "Jeff Jones has posted 17 shutouts in his career here, and has been a First and Second Team All- District selection the last two years," said Wylie Head Coach George Velten. "He played really well for us in the playoffs this year, and I was most sad for him when the playoff run was over," he said. H...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

.) Sports WHS athletes of the month Track members McCarthy, Robinson honored By Buddy Finnie The Wylie High School coaches have selected sophomore Julian McCarthy and junior Jamia Robinson as the March Athletes of the Month. Julian McCarthy The son of Cornelius and Elizabeth McCarthy, Julian started playing sports when he was in the seventh grade. "I decided to play sports when my PE coach saw how fast I was. He decided to put me in track," he said. McCarthy has excelled at this endeavor. He recently competed at the 4A Regional II track meet in the 200- meter dash. Track has helped McCarthy learn "how to work as a team member and to know how to win and lose." "My favorite sports memory is winning a gold medal in the 100 meters at district when I was in the eighth grade," McCarthy said. "The thing I like about sports is competing with other people that can make me better," he said. McCarthy's sports hero is track star Jesse Owens because he didn't let any obstacles ruin his talent." ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 6 Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS -.Thursday, May 5, 2005 Sports Pirates hang tough, fall, 4-3, to Mesquite Poteet By Don Finnie The Wylie Pirates met Mesquite Poteet at Forney last Saturday morn- ing to determine which team would take the third and final spot from District U-4A in the state play-offs. In a close battle, with each team pitching its ace, Poteet eeked out a 4- 3 win, ending Wylie's season. After winning its final two regular season games, Wylie found itself tied for second in district with Forney and Poteet, with identical 6-4 records. Highland Park finished in first, undefeated in district play. To break the tie, Forney won a coin flip that guaranteed their place in the playoffs. Wylie and Poteet then played the elimination game for the remaining spot. In the game's decisive seventh inning, Poteet starter Ricky Testa struck out two to keep the game tied at 3-3. In the bottom half of the inning, Poteet right fielder Anthony Arrieta singled down the right field line t...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Inside: Area Heal Estate Guide ... home, rental and WWil. business listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance Classifieds ( J Section C C&S IVIedia Publications May 4 -5, 2005 m Matt Watson, Steven Salinas and Debbie Pucek surf at Ihe Wylie Verizon FiOS Lounge. What's all the fuss about FiOS? Verizon By Don Finnic Verizon FiOS. It's all around us There are brightly painted Hummers driving about town, a moving bill- board, inserts in The News, and hangers on our door- knobs. What is it'.' And why are they trying so hard to get our attention? Why not just advertise on television like everyone else? The name FiOS is derived from "Fiber Optic System" and refers to an historic change in the way that your home is connected to the rest of the world for communicating. Since Alexander Graham Bell invented telephone service, copper wire has been the connection of choice. Nothing has changed in the ensuing 127 years. Even with the advent of the inter- net, dial-up service over cop...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

Page 2 - Section C - CAS V Ju Publications - May 4-5. 2005 Personal experience FiOS speed, price impressive, user says By Don Finnie So what"* it like lo get BOS'1 I ordered BOS Feb. 1 by calling the toll- free number After checking my street ackiress and my computer specs. 1 was given an installation dale. I chose the 5 Mbps service, raiher than the 15.1 v. as used to 3 Mbps from my pre- vious provider, which is already pretty fast I was making the change in part for cost savings, so the slower service made more sense. I was paying S42.95 for the other service. Since 1 have Verizon telephone service, the 5 Mbps service w ould cost S34.95 My installation date was Feb 15. About a week prior to that, workmen showed up from Verizon and dug a small trench from the alley to my house They put a small black tube in the trench up to the house and covered it over. On the 15th, two installers showed up They placed a black box about the same size as the telephone box that was already on my out...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 5 May 2005

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