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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - September 21 - 22. 2005 Deadline: Noon Monday Contact: Classified Department email: classifieds@wylienews.com Fax: 972-442-4318 Mail: PO Box 369, Wylie, 75098 Location: 110 N. Ballard, downtown Wylie 972-442-5515 90 MC & VISA accepted j£ RATES (Murphy, Sachse, Wylie): 15 words or less - *12°"; 35l each additional word; bold words 50^; graphics $1 ea. Ads must be prepaid. Call for multi-paper rates! PUBLICATION POLICIES ADVERTISERS: Please check your ad on the first day of its run. If you find an error, please report it immediately to the Classified Department, 972-442-5515. We are responsible for the first incorrect insertion only. CAS Media. Inc. does not assume responsibility for advertising beyond the cost of the ad itself. Claims for adjustment must be made immedi- ately after ad is published. We reserve the right to edit or reject any copy which does not meet the standards of acceptance of C&S Media, Inc.. Your classifie...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

September 21 -22, 2(X)5 - C&S Media Publications - Section C - Page 7 Legal Notices Classified Advertising Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices TUAL OBLIGATION, SERIES 2005"; SPECI- FYING THE TERMS OF SUCH CONTRACT; MAKING PROVISIONS FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF; AND RESOLVING OTHER MATTERS INCIDENT AND RELATED TO THE EXECUTION, PERFOR- MANCE AND PAY- MENT OF SUCH CON- TRACT, INCLUDING THE APPROVAL AND EXECUTION OF A PAY- ING AGENT/REGIS- TRAR AGREEMENT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. ORDINANCE NO. 2005-44 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, TEXAS, AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WYLIE, AS HERETO- FORE AMENDED. AND TO AMEND ORDI- NANCE NO. 99-31 AND THE DESIGN STAN- DARDS FOR THE RIVERCHASE PLANNED DEVELOP- MENT DISTRICT (EAST FORK BY THE LAKE/R1VERCHASE) ON THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED PROPER- TY; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES IN CON- FLICT; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND PROVID- ING FOR AN EFFEC- TIVE DATE. ORDINANCE NO...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 22 September 2005

Page 8 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - September 21 -22, 2005 UtMRt ■■IBHHHnBi i at tlie 125 exhibitors, demonstrations, give-aways, food samples and door prizes Open to the publu admission is FREE! 4:30 pm —- 6 P1^ Enjoy networking with business people from around the region SMITH FRANK. V AKIN F R S behinger PEWoLEm. z^-TriNet * t I II II * t t * sT TOTAL HR SERVICES WELLS FARGO iiik Henry, Held & Reilly, LLP (VimfMKJ PuMk A'i«ji niMMt . JMmrwtt TMH ItNCffi 91 MUMAMMINf t ti i«i f n• • r ♦ r IIM« ♦ I NIMI 1 Reliant x\\ Energy. /'V Medical Center of Piano Star 4 ffv CVI Junior Achievement" • if IIxIhx, In. THE WYIJE NEWS ,#t8 ■ / w asEt I Puhli supported by The Chambers of Commerce of Allen, Frisco, McKlnney, Piano, Richardson and Wylie

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

By Patty Montagno According to recently released Texas Crime Reports, Sachse is one of the safest cities in North Texas. Sachse had the lowest crime rate in Dallas and Collin counties, the report said. For 2004, the report shows an average crime rate drop of 30 per- cent with 12 cases of auto theft, 131 cases of theft, 51 burglaries, 10 assaults, 2 robberies, 2 rapes and one homicide. "The citizens of Sachse should - 74e „V,| .J . .#•! Volume 1: Issue 35 — Call us at 972-442-5515 Old Time Saturday offers a taste of the Old West. See Section C for OTS schedules and information. *-'V* ' - • TZ" j Sachse News Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse 0 Copyright 2005 All rights reserved. Sachse, Texas • Thursday, September 29, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents City has lowest crime rate in metroplex take great pride in the recent reduc- tion of the crime rate as this is cer- tainly a community success story," said Sachse Police Chief Richard Benedict. "It takes the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 29, 2005 SHS show focuses on lives of mentally challenged men continued from page 1A Galang said she felt the cast of the show, who started working on the production in the spring, have been great at making the characters come to life. "I feel strongly about having the perfect actors playing the exact role. They fit it very well," she said. "I think each actor perfectly fits the character they play in the show." The show gives the theatre department a chance to show stu- dents throughout the school how to see things from the perspective of mentally challenged people, Galang said. "There's never been an opportu- nity to do a show to give our stu- dents an opportunity to discuss how to interact with special needs kids," she said. Galang said the show's purpose is two-fold. "We're accomplishing two things. One is to entertain and the other is to educate," she said. "1 think it is key for us to carry oh and let them walk out of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

HHHMMHHbi> , ioeaL Thursday, September 29, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 3 Designers create versatile 'mom[ jewelry [g^ hcdaktel designs continued from page 1A "At about that time, we also applied the idea of wire and beads to clever little pieces of art that could be attached to candles using cut off hat pins." Both the jewelry and the home decor lines are crafted from stones, crystals, pearls, wood, bone, beads and other unique materials. The "adjustable candle art" incor- porates a variety of wire colors, sil- ver, gold, copper and black. The necklaces feature all sterling silver or gold-plated components intertwined with organza ribbon and soft wires. 'The real trick is in manufactur- ing," Hart said. "Making the pieces consistent, but retaining their hand- made character." Hart said as soon as she met McDaniel their creative energy clicked. Both were school teachers and were very active in their church. McDaniel received a bachelor of science degree in education ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 29, 2005 Chub Morrow Funeral services for Chub Morrow, 65, of Lavon, were held Sept. 23. 2005. at the First Baptist Church in Wylie. Interment fol- lowed at Rest Haven Cemetery in Rockwall. Pastor Glen Binion and Pastor Harry Sewell officiated. Mr. Morrow died Sept. 20 in Wylie after an accident. He was Kim Nov. 21. 1939, in Culleoka to James and Beatrice Louise (Gracy) Morrow. He married Treva (Harwood) Morrow Nov. 28, 1957, in Lavon. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Josephine. He was a member of the Dallas Model A Club. Model A Ford Club of America, past board mem- ber of the Antique Automobile Club of Greenville. Antique Automobile Club of America, Autumn Trails Model A Ford Club Winnsboro and the Dallas Hog Club. Survivors include his wife, Treva Morrow of Wylie; children, Pam Norris of Wylie. Lisa Morrow of Wylie. Dennis Morrow of Wylie and Julie Bass of Lubbock: brothers. Will Morrow of Lavon and Glen Mor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Occasions Thursday, September 29, 2(X)5 THE SACHSK NEWS Section A Page 5 Lamb, Edwards plan nuptials I'jj t< Mr. and Mrs. Wclcome Edwards of Sachse have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Christian, to David Lamb. The prospective groom is the A David Lamb and Ashley Christian Edwards son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lamb of Sachse. The bride-to-be is a culinary arts major at Collin County Community College. The groom-to-be is a computer science major at Richland Community Collego. The wedding will take place July 8, 2006. i ft? ■ I Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Rollins in 1965 Rollinses celebrate 40th anniversary Jacky and Wanda Rollins will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Oct. I. They were married Oct. 1, 1965. at the home of Junior and Pearlic Ellis. Mr. Rollins retired from Kraft Foods in April 2001, and began helping his wife at their daycare center, Wylie Kountry Kare. Both retired from Wylie Kountry Kare in August 2005. The life-long Wylie residents have three chil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 29. 2005 I i ;TiDTffliTaiK: WISD Aims for Success Program set on district's health, abstinence education ,* At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, parents of students in grades seven and eight are invited to attend Wylie ISD's Aim for Success program in the McMillan Junior High School Band Hall. This program gives parents the opportunity to be familiar with and participate in the district's Health and Abstinence Education Program which is based on the Just Say Yes (Youth Equipped to Succeed) pro- gram, said WISD spokeswoman Susan Dacus. "The Just Say Yes speaker is well trained and has prepared a profes- sional and powerful presentation," she said. According to the district, the Aim for Success presentation is designed to promote the abstinence-until- marriage message in the context of helping students obtain their dreams and goals as it emphasizes choices and consequences. Information from the district states: "The main themes of A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Thursday, September 29, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 7 Area Next WISD schools to be named for Cooper, Draper, Smith By Susan Ervien Wylie ISD hoard of trustees unanimously voted to name future WISD schools after community leaders Raymond Cooper, Al Draper, and Rita Smith at the hoard meeting held at Wylie High School's Black Box Theatre Sept. 19. Prior to the vote, board members took the time to recognize the trio "who have made a difference in our community for several decades," according to Trustees President Sue Nicklas. Businessman Cooper is founder of Universal Transformer and orga- nizer of the Wylie's Community Christian Care Center. Dr. Al Draper is the former pastor of First Baptist Church Wylie. He recently retired after 36 years in the FBC-Wylie pulpit and 46 years in ministry. Smith is the retired owner of the Wylie Insurance Agency and former publisher of The Wylie News. She was named a Distinguished Alumnae of Ursuline Academy in 2004 and has been cited as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

// Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 29, 2005 (fymden ^ (tytUMCC ©©■■■©© Chamber i i Leadership j Chairman J Don Flatt i First National Bank of Sachse J Vice Chairman ' Jim Moebius J Murphy Road Animal Hospital | I Treasurer jj Leonard Lynskey ( Sachse Pharmacy & Vitamin Shop J O'tvcyrrv t#ve> Gfujusurrvarv Secretary/Parliamentarian Sherry Atkinson SA Insurance. Immediate Past Chairman Patty Montagno The Sachse News Directors Sara Alexander. Woodbridge Golf Club; Pat Covington. Coldwell Banker; Steve Hammerle, Sachse High School; Hal Hinckley, Sachse Christian Church; Don Herzog, Herzog Development;; Stephen Stanley, Stanley Realty; John Roberts, Kroger Corp.; Wil Large and Charles W. Smith. Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home I The smell of school is in the air! The agony of homework and the ecstasy of Friday night football has begun. Also, there is the anticipation of the communi- ty's premier event: Sachse Fallfest. Planning has been ongoing f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

■ THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Nesbit Fisher 3rd senior health fair will answer questions Don Hallum How much will Medicare's new prescription drug plan cost? You will find answers Monday, Oct. 3, at Wylie's Third Annual Senior Fair. This year's fair will be held in the Family Life Center of First Baptist Church Wylie. You should enter the building from Marble street between Ballard Street and Hwy. 78 in downtown Wylie. At the fair you will find answers to many questions involving Medicare and the new prescription drug plan that becomes effective Jan. 1, 2006. Staff and volunteers from the Area Agency on Aging will be at the fair. In addition local volun- teers who have partnered with the AAoA, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Social Security will be on the floor ready to discuss the program with you. Free literature from CMS, SS and AARP will be given away at different boot...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Page 10 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 29, 2005 Care to fly'! Sachse emergency students and Fire Department per- sonnel got a lesson from CareFlite Saturday morning while local residents had an uppuriuiiity to gawk at the large helicopter. Above the CareFlite crew explains the details of their work. Left; EMT Flight Paramedic Todd Jamison goes over safety information with those gathered at SFS No. 2. Flurry of accidents, deaths unusual for Wylie By Donnita Nesbit Fisher A fatal wreck, a hit-and-run acci- dent and three unusual deaths in the past week have kept the Wylie Police Department busy. "We start every death as a crime scene and treat it like a murder investigation until we can prove it's not or that it is," said Lt. Scott Stowers. "Last year the only mur- der case we worked involved a cold case." Up until last week, the only mur- der case in 2005 was a shooting in May at Southfork Ranch involving a domestic dispute. The onslaught began Tuesday, Sept.. 20...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

0 f + -0- jt ustang •In* ■ '■ Sachse football Varsity Oct. 7: Sachse at Rowlett, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Oct. 6: Rowlett at Sachse, 5:30 p.m. Freshman Oct. 6: Sachse at Rowlett, 4 p.m. Volleyball Sept. 30: Bishop Lynch at Sachse, 7 p.m. Oct. 4: Sachse at Naaman Forest, 6 p.m. Cross Country Oct. 1: Wylie Invitational, Wylie HS, 8:30 a.m. J Wylie football Varsity Oct. 7: Mcsquite Poteet at Wylie, 7:30 p.m. Junior varsity Oct. 6: Poteet vs. Black, McDonald HS, 6 p.m.; Grey at Highland Park, 7:30 p.m. Freshman Oct. 6: Trinity Valley at White 6 p.m.; Poteet at Maroon, 7 p.m. Volleyball Sept. 30: Terrell at Wylie, 7 p.m. Oct. 4: Wylie at Highland Park, 7 p.m. Cross Country Oct. 1: Wylie Invitational, Wylie HS, 8:30 a.m. Tennis Oct. 4: vs. West Mesquite Hudson Middle School (GISD) Eighth grade: Oct. 5: Brandenburg vs. Hudson, Rowlett Field, 7 p.m. Seventh grade: Oct. 5: Brandenburg vs. Hudson, Rowlett Field, 5:30 p.m. Burnett Middle School (W1SD) Fighth grade: Oct. 4: Highland Park at Bur...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

- Vv.;it v*,'*.* rlf*A*t '* 'u Page 2 - Section B - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, September 29, 2005 . Phillips leads Sachse back Photo by Sieve Colwill Mustang quarterback Josh Phillips evades a North Garland rush before scrambling in Friday's 26- 23 win over the Raiders. Sachse earned its first ever district win in varsity play in its second year at the varsity level. Phillips rushed for 107 yards in the game and threw for two touchdowns. Mustangs fight back from 14-0 deficit, win continued from page IB On the punt attempt, the ball was snapped over the punter's head and rolled out of bounds in the back of the end zone giving the Raiders a 16-7 lead. After receiving the Mustangs' kickoft", Linwood dropped back to pass on first down with just under two minutes left in the half but threw an errant pass that was inter- cepted. The Mustangs drove to the North Garland 8-yard line with only three seconds remaining. Reyna took the field and booted the first of his two field goals on the ni...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

•* <* V w w. . I u s s ^immmmmmtm Thursday, September 29, 2005 THE SACHSE NEWS — Section B - Page 3 MMS9KKRVttMMMHM Looking down at the pack Photos by Steve Co twill Above: Amanda Mace celebrates with her teammates after a Saclise point in Friday's 25-13, 25-11, 25-13 win over North Garland, improving the Mustangs1 district record to 5-0. Below: Mace digs a ball against North Garland. Mace had nine digs, seven kills and five of her team's 10 aces in the match. w S f CL -tjj continued from page IB Murphy and Rawlinson tied for a match-high eight kills and Mace put down six. Murphy was the serving star of the match, collecting five of the team's 13 aces and serving seven consecutive points in Game 2 and six straight in Game 3, but again, the errors were a problem. Mace also got a nice streak, serv- ing nine consecutive points against Centennial. "We still had a few more service errors then I'd like to see," Williamson said of her team's eight service errors in the match. One proble...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Page 4 - Section B THE SACHSE NEWS — Thursday, September 29, 2005 Wylie Boys take third, girls 17th at Lake Highlands meet Wentworth, Mount finish 15th, 21st; Dancer earns 18th Photos by Shiela K. Haynes Kortney Dancer, left, and Malcolm Wentworth were Wylie's top finishers this past weekend's race in Dallas. By Shiela K. Haynes DALLAS — In their best race of the season, the Wylie boys finished third among 26 Class 4A teams in Saturday's Lake Highlands Cross Country Invitational at Norbuck Park. The Lady Pirates were 17th out of 36 teams in the 5A race. The difficult course featured a grueling half- mile climb near the middle, and the run was fur- ther complicated by 25- to 35-mph wind gusts throughout the competition. Malcolm Wentworth completed the 3.1 -mile course in 18:22 to finish 15th. Wentworth was followed by Michael Mount, who finished 21st with a time of 18:41. Lonnie Robinson (19:28), Joseph Torres (19:41), and Brandon Segrest (19:53) finished 34th, 40th, and 48th places,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

^ ^ ^ ■+> VW-v ... j.. wivwj'jiau, >. i. ii f J Thursday, September 29, 2(K)5 — THE SACHSE NEWS — Section B - Page 5 Digging up early district wins a key for Lady Pirates By Greg Ford Deanna Toler will know by the end of the week how much of a hill, if any, her Lady Pirates will have to climb in order to stay in contention in District 11-4A. On Tuesday, the Lady Pirates (23-5 overall, 1-1 in District 11-4A as of the end of last week) were scheduled to host Forney, another district contender who will com- pete with Wylie for a playoff spot. The results of the match were not available at press time, but a loss would drop the Lady Pirates to 1-2 in the district, and put them in an early hole. They lost the Sept. 20 district opener to Mesquite Potect, another potential playoff contender, but then easily defeated West Mesquite on Friday. The Lady Pirates host Terrell on Friday. "We definitely need to win (against Forney), and to defeat them we need to block better," Toler said Mond...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

Page 6 - Section B- THE SACHSE NEWS — Thursday, September 29, 2005 Pirates have little trouble breaking Broncos, 41-14 By Shiela K. Haynes The Pirates took a convincing lead early in Friday's 41-14 win over the Denton Broncos at C.H. Collins Athletic Complex and never looked back. The Pirates' quick-strike offense looked to be in prime condition against an opponent still reeling from 0-4 start this season. Wylie (4-1) have a week off before the start of district play at home against Mesquite Poteet on October 7. District 11-4A promises to be particularly competitive with five of the teams having four-win records at this point in the season. Only Forney at 1-4 has a losing record. In a night of big plays by the Wylie offense, it is difficult to sin- gle out exactly which was the biggest. Consider the play on 3rd-and-27 that ended with a 78-yard touch- down pass from quarterback Zack Abbott to Max Boe, and featured the explosive Boe accelerating easi- ly away from the only defender in...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 29 September 2005

r\sr .r-.r I. . w mr "s Section C C&S Media Publications Inside: Area Real Estate Guide home, rental and business listings, financing, insurance, ^ mortgage assistance Classifieds September 28 - 29, 2005 ^OJtrrveHboMz' ^tuxJL WXUxWy $ J Old Time Saturday fea- tures a pet contest as well as arm wrestling and pizza-eating. Part of celebration proceeds pledged to Red Cross By Autumn Barton Members of Farmersvillc Centennial Inc. are hard at work planning the town's 25th annual Old Time Saturday event. OTS falls on Oct. 1 this year and will again be celebrated around the Onion Shed next to City Park in the downtown area. This marks the fourth year at the Onion Shed for OTS, moved from its original position around the town square. The annual event is a fundraiser for a variety of projects, providing money for scholarships and projects for which city funds have not been allo- cated. This year, however, the Centennial group has pledged to donate the majority of the day's proceeds to Th...

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