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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 20 October 2005

Page 6 - Section B- THH SACHSH NtiWS — Thursday, October 20, 2(X)5 Sports Pi 11 Pirates soar over Forney Jackrabbits By Shiela K. Haynes The Wylie Pirates lopped the Forney Jackrabbits 28-14 at City Hank Stadium Friday night. Alter a good first half, the Urates turned in a lackluster per- formance in the second hall', mark- ing the second week in a row where Wylie failed to put two solid halves together. "There is no question we lost our locus in the second half." head coach Mark Hall said. In the first half, the magic num- ber was four - Wylie (6-1, 2-0 in District II-4A) had four touch- downs, Forney had four turnovers. Duplicating such an effort this Friday against undefeated Highland Park at Pirate Stadium would go a long way in securing a district crown. Ball declined to comment as whether starting quarterback Zach Abbott, who was benched in the fourth quarter against Forney, will play against HP. It looked like another abysmal performance in Forney's 1-5 sea- son. but it was a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 20 October 2005

1 T JiM*. j Inside: , Area Real Estate Guide ... home, rental and |%v business listings, financing, insurance, mortgage assistance Classifieds Section C C&S Media Publications October 19-20, 2005 Esmerelda Gallegos practices the Boys and Girls Clubs pledge with CEO Christina Alford. BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS of Collin County Two years after a funding crisis threatened kids' programming and the organization's financial viability, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County has transformed itself into a stable resource for the children and families of Collin County. Photos and Text by Jennifer Miller Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County overcomes financial challenge Laura Cancino helps Cara Bethel with her hair. All staff members who work with children at the Collin County Boys and Girls Clubs wear uniform shirts to identify themselves. It was June 2003 when the board of directors took quick action to recruit new leadership charged with seeking new sources of revenue and cutting o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 20 October 2005

II "1. ~ -s*«- • Section C - C&S Media Publications - October 19 - 20, 2005 LAyCc^eyM Residential • Commercial • Farms • Ranches Payne Real Estate 1506 \Y. Hwv 180, Suite 2 • I arnuTsville, lcxas o442 972-784'2777 • www.paynere.com iiomi s 709 Pecan Creak Ct. -3/2/2 Beautiful and Well maintained home. Large yard with trees and landscaping $107,900 512 Wlndom St. - 3/2/1 Large lot and beautiful trees. Remodeled and updated $139,900 306 Summit! St. 3/2/2 Home is on two lots and has a large metal building $84,900 614 Jouette St. - 3/2/2 Aston Estates Large Rooms,Ceramic Tile, Wood Cabinets $138,000 IIOMI S W/VC Rl AGI ACKKAGi: Ms ton 'Estates Restricted Home Sites in Farmersville October incentives for builders and homeowners .... $27,500 CR 600 - 22acs. With hilltop for your new home. Restricted $99,900R 0000 CR 609 - There are four 10 acre lots w/awesome hilltop view. . $120,000 each CR 655 2 acs $28,000 CR 1119 -15.22 acs. Awesome home-site. Will have commercial potential in fut...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 20 October 2005

i I • I October 19 - 20, 2005 C&S Media Publications Section C Page 3 I have always read about Morton Buildings and CAN'T BELIEVE 1 ACTUALLY HAVE ONE OF MY OWN." Laurie Arnold of Lucas, Texas We built Laurie's Barn, let us build yours! 3514 N. Central Expwy. • McKinney, TX Acreage • Equestrian • Commercial • Farm Buildings J fi! r COLONNADE HOMES Marcy Rutherford Lincoln Heights 502 Clairmont Farmersville, Texas 75442 Office: 972-784-6680 Cell: 214-435-6263 Homes from $110's to $140's These homes are ready NOW! 504 Meadow/view 3/2/2 1 Dining, 1 Living 505 Meadowview 4/2/2 1 Dining, 1 Living 507 Meadowview 4/2/2 1 Dining, 1 Living • 509 Waterford 4/2/2 2 Dining, 1 Living CL^YER MIKK CLOVER Homewood Mortgage, /.. L. C. OHIce: 469.621.8484 Cell: 469.438.5587 1308 Village Creek Drive, Sle 3000 Piano. TX 75093 License t 30993 Accident forgiveness. Deductible Rewards Safe driving bonus. Your Choice Auto. Allstate introduces a new kind of car insurance to give you more choices and rewa...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 20 October 2005

Page 4 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - October 19 - 20, 2005 • 1 m ) Deadline: Noon Monday Contact: Classified Department email: classifieds@wylienews.com Fax: 972-442-4318 Mail: PO Box 369, Wylie, 75098 71 Location: 110 N. Ballard, downtown Wylie 972-442-5515 NIC & VISA accepted RATES (Murphy, Sachse, Wylie): 15 words or less - $12"; 35? each additional word; bold words 500; 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 nol 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 CAS Media, Inc.. Your classified...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 20 October 2005

October 10 - 20, 2005 C&S Media Publications - Section C - Page 5 Legal Notices Classified Advertising Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices "THE ISSUANCE OF $38,000,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS" PROPOSITION NUMBER 2 "THE ISSUANCE OF $500,000 GENERAL OBLIG- ATION BONDS FOR SIDE- WALK IMPROVEMENTS" PROPOSITION NUMBER 3 "THE ISSUANCE OF $1,500,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR FIRE FIGHTING FACILI- TIES" PROPOSITION NUMBER 4 "THE ISSUANCE OF $6,965,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR PARK AND RECREATION- AL FACILITIES FOR FOUNDERS/COMMUNITY PARK- PROPOSITION NUMBER 5 "THE ISSUANCE OF $10,200,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR PARK AND RECREATION- AL FACILITIES FOR NEW RECREATION CENTER/PARK ADMINIS- TRATION FACILITIES'* PROPOSITION NUMBER 6 "THE ISSUANCE OF $8,645,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR CITY HALL FACILITIES" . PROPOSITION NUMBER 7 > "THE ISSUANCE OF $8,140,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR MUNICIPAL LIBRARY FACILITIES" The Central Counting Station...

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

• * ■ T to • • - •. It -V f iV*V- V" V 4* **- •.I fwf; ■IK. .r W$SBSZymri~-rrWJMm"* wrmm -*r- Page 6 - Section C - C&S Media Publications - October 19-20, 2005 Boys & Girls Club hoping to create presence across Collin County continued from page 1C Ball at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 12, at the Marriott Legacy Town Center in Piano. At this event, the BGCCC will celebrate the impact its guests are making in the lives of disad- vantaged children in Collin County. With the help of Honorary Chair U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, tables for this third-annual gala are 80 percent sold, and the BGCCC expects to make this the biggest fundraising effort in its history with 500 attendees and the goal of more than $100,000 in net revenue directly supporting children's pro- gramming in Piano, Frisco and McKinney. "The Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County does serve children in the surrounding areas of Collin County but is currently unable to provide transportation to the sur- rounding areas," Alford...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

4 74e X Sachse News ■ ■"A - Shining on the community, events and people of Sachse © Coinrijihl 2005 All rights rvservnl. Volume 1: Issue 39 Sachse, Texas • Thursday, October 27, 2005 • C&S Media Publications 50 Cents Call us at 972-442-5515 Bryan Jarrett is the new pastor for the Sachse Assembly of God church. For more on the pastor and his family see page 14A. Hey kids! Enter The Sachse News Fall Coloring Contest! Entry form on page 12A. Toy fundraiser The Sachse Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and the Fraternal Order of Police are starting an annual Christmas Toy Drive which will last through Dec. 17, organizers said. New, unwrapped toys for all ages can be dropped off at Kroger, American National Bank and Paul's Grocery on Hwy. 78. Seniors flu shots The Dallas County nurse will be at the Sachse Senior Center on Friday, at 9 a.m. to administer flu vaccines. Sign- up sheets are available at the Center. In order to keep the event organized, shots will be given in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

♦ Page 2 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, October 27, 2005 Local v.. 1 \ ■J") Scrspbook 4 Design 109 N. Ballard Ave • In Historic Downtown Wylie > 972-429-9171 VjA'c :>e>RJI XTiEL IE — r f. < NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL mr.MAF't.VlN IAHIAM II — 1 Summer Lunch Specials Monday - Grilled Chicken w/Rice & Veggies Tuesday ~Country Fried Steak & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes & Okra Wednesday - 880 Sandwich w/Potato Salad, Thursday - Chicken Fried Chicken Sandwich & Homestyle Chips Friday - Popcorn Shrimp Salad w/Louis Pressing QA/LV *5.95 Uax Weekend Breakfast Buffet Saturday from 7 am to 11 am Sunday From 7 to 12 noon Scrambled Egg Casserole, Asst. Breakfast Meats, Hawaiian Potatoes, Biscuits & Gravy Pancakes or French Toast and Assorted Breakfast Breads ONLY *5.95 + tax In good times and in bad we've stayed with you We've been here, through the good .irul the Kiel. We didn't leave or raise our prices like other companies did during the insurance crisis. In fact,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

,d, i . v > . < W - .'J 'lit*,. ■nr. umvm . SL ^ ■, r • .j. * * ^«. •> . *, *r * • NIlMHi Local Thursday, October 27. 2005 THF. SAC'HSI'NKWS Section A Pa ye .1 'His symptoms occurred rapidly... he said he felt like he had thejlu.' Gail Phillips Beltz, daughter of West Nile Virus victim John Phillips < <f , I ' . J1 Wylie man confirmed as Collin County's first West Nile Virus death •«> • ■ ' ■> By Donnita Nesbit Fisher A Wylie man who died Oct. 15 has been confirmed as the first per- son to die from West Nile Virus in Collin County this year. . John Phillips, who lived on Windsor Drive in Wylie, died Oct. 15 of West Nile Virus infection. Col|in County officials said Phillips may be the first person in the Dallas-Fort Worth region to contract a fatal West Nile infection this year. This is the third human case of West Nile Virus reported in Collin County this season, accord- ing to Jamie Nicest ay, Collin County hcaltli eduqator, Mr. Phillips, 78, had been hospi- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

> -1 \ \W"i i ( ' -r (. *V- ■. s . i, *", •, v -v t- *v** v -V' v \ •* i Page 4 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. October 27, 2(K)5 I & Obituaries * Local SBRPSRHI John Thomas Phillips Jr. Billy Hilhun Sr. Obituaries John Thomas Phillips Jr. A private service for John Thomas Phillips Jr., 78, ol'Wylie, was held at the Allen Funeral Home Chapel in Wylie. Mr. Phillips died Oct. 15, 2005. He was born March 20, 1927 in Kentucky to John and Mary Phillips. He had lived in Wylie for 30 years. He was a retired electronic technician for Texas Instruments. He had served in the U.S. Army and was involved in the McKinney Amateur Radio Organization. Survivors include his wife, Geraldine Phillips of Wylie; son. Tom Phillips; daughters, Gail Phillips Belt/, Sheila Phillips, Sue Ann Burns and Kay Stroud; step-daughters, Beth Daugherty and Diane Roberts; brothers, Roy and Kenneth Phillips; sister, Margaret Parido; and 12 grandchildren. Billy Hilhun Sr. Funeral services for Billy Hilbu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

• «Vr** t * 1 "« ■- t • y ■ r ,r . "# • • '■ * .* r-f y ■ - - 1 . ; .■ ■ •* Vft'y vST Occasions Thursday, October 27, 2005 - THE SACHSE NEWS Section A Page 5 lc*/i |f/S Ipm Y I word" ■■ r ■ & n 1 II <r New Arrive Military News Brooke Deluney Wythe with her bin sister, Brittany. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Stewart Summers Gerber, Summers exchange vows It's a girl! Brook Delaney Blythe Melissa and Brandon Blythe of Wylie are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Brooke Delaney Blythe. Brooke Delaney was born Sept. 17, 2005 at Medical Center of Piano. She weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19 inches long. She was welcomed home by big sister, Brittany. Proud grandparents are Janice and Charles J. Norrell of Fairview, Terri and David Cranberry of Rockwall, and Regina and Ben Blythe of Rockwall. Great-grandparents are Louise Selman of Rowlett, Tommie Blythe of Rockwall, Nellie Norrell of Dallas, and Joe Williams of Dallas. It's a boy! Daniel Thomas Fisher Ken and Linda Fisher of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

^ >" - - .*.:-~4 %Vvr. .;^v- ,-v ♦••• ;•••; v •' vV vvtY'. - - - <y*'^v • *•*"-' ~v'* * •►* * * r ? vt*. ti • . e * <-t ▼1'*' Page 6 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, October 27, 2005 Education V Courtesy photo Vanessa Hudgins, sixth grade Language Arts teacher at Davis Intermediate, models engaging instructional techniques to other district language arts teachers. WISD teachers share ideas, lesson plans By sharin« successful strategies with each other. Wylie ISD teach- ers are helping their students, mod- eling new ideas for each other and developing an even stronger cur- riculum, district officials said. Vanessa Hudgins, a sixth grade Language Arts teacher at Davis Intermediate. along with Birmingham Assistant Principal Whitney Sellars and Davis math teacher Aileen Trimble, recently shared a guided reading model for grades four through sixth which focuses on building comprehension skills. The idea of using teachers to teach teachers developed from joint efforts be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

.. -* -v w-^,y ■ . —A --•— vMWMVV 7panpx3Tf!3rjk.,. . , jri Thursday, October 27, 2<X>5 THE SACHSE NEWS Section A Page 7 I Education Collin County camp prepares for Adventure WISD students to be first to visit new facility i •v , a By Autumn Barton In about a year, children across the county will have a whole new way to experience the great out- doors as the Collin County Adventure Camp opens. The camp is being constructed with $26 million of taxpayer monies approved during a 2(M)I bond election. While the residents of Collin County are footing the bill for construction of the camp, the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas will take care of day-to-day opera- tions. During the school year children, primarily fifth graders, in various Collin County school districts will take turns attending the camp. Each group will spend two and a half kdays at the camp learning about "nature, science and each other. The facility, located in Westminster, consists of 427 acres of woodlands and prairie th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

J- -T->- ;*■ > -- Page 8 - Section A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday. October 27. 20()5 Armstrong hosts carnival Saturday « The Armstrong Elementary PTA will host a fall festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29. There will also he a silent auc- tion. Tickets are five for a dollar if purchased early or they can be purchased for four for a dollar at the door. There will also be nail painting, games, food, and a "spook-tacu- lar" cake walk and many other events, organizers said. Share your good news with your neighbors ... call 927-442-5515 with news tips and information! Education I'lwlo by Putty Montaguo Swinging through a sale The Sachse High School Drill Team held a fundraising garage sale in the Kroger parking lot last Saturday. Organizer Lori Haynes, left, and Lorena Loya negotiated the price of a party dress as Veronica Rodriguez listened. 'Being Earnest' on stage tonight through Saturday The Sachse High School drama department will present "The Importance of Being E...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

4pb * SJL*. *>' * '*• %.>■ -,j • V '*■ « «r « • . * # •# <rV- *• # V V < •« . * -.-V ■T-' wnmrrfssssaci TR. . ... -ft Thursday, October 27, 2005 THE SACHSE NEWS - Section A - Page 9 Second annual city Fishing Derby declared successful By Patty Montagno What <io you get when you combine a couple hundred chan- nel catfish, about 50 kids, a sun- shiny day, gallons of sodas and lots of hot dogs? The 2nd Annual Fishing Derby, of course! Last Saturday's derby was a huge success attracting kids and their parents from the city and nearby communities. The derby was organized by Parks and Recreation Director Lance Whitworth and Coordi- nator Cynthia Blake. "This year's turnout was won- derful with just as many parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles and friends as the kids them- selves," Mayor Mike Felix said. "The weather co-operated and everybody had a great time." Kids competed for prizes in categories Most Fish Caught. Smallest Catch and Largest Catch. And the llsh cooperat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

Page 10 - Scction A - THE SACHSE NEWS - Thursday, October 27, 2005 Laubenberg presents recommendations for proposed amendments continued from page IA of obligations for financing the relocation, rehabilitation, and expansion of rail facilities. This amendment would create a Texas rail relocation and improve- ment fund til the state treasury to relocate, rehabilitate, and expand privately and publicly owned pas- senger and freight rail facilities and to construct railroad underpasses and overpasses. Supporters say the relocation of rail lines from congested urban areas will reduce congestion, encourage investment and promote safety, while reducing the amount of hazardous materials shipped through highly populated areas. Opponents point out that the railroad industry is not state regu- lated, so the state should play no part in the industry's investment decisions. Laubenberg - My position is NO. The estimated cost to create this fund is well over $80 million pet- year. We need to conc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

"i.- tfl Is lr Is In T1 a I I j i far Ints • • *• i- ■* v-i .e. Era ■ ■ Thursday, Ocluber 27,21**5 11II SACIISI. NIWS ScciionA Page 11 □ □ u @ (fymd&i d 0MKMCC i Chamber Leadership! Chairman Don Halt First National Bank of Saehse Vice Chairman Jim Motbius Murphy Road Animal Hospital Treasurer i^onard I.ynskey Saehse Pharmacy & Vitamin Shop I Sec relary/Par I i amen tari an Sherry Atkinson SA Insurance. Immediate Past Chairman Patty Montacno The Saehse News Directors Sam Alexander, Woixlbridge (loll Cluh; Put Covington, Coldwell Banker; Steve I lain merit', Saehse High Sthix)l; llal Winckk'y. Saehse Christian Church; Don Her/.og. Her/og IX'velopment; Stephen Stanley. Stanley Realty; John Roberts. Kroger Corp.; Wil Large and Charles W. Smith, Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home President Tina Stelnk'ki Administrative Assistant Dawn Walters X ^h&mhtr of Qlrtmmrrc* Staslull Travel, a home-based business owned by Kay Mitchell, was recently welcomed into cham- ber members...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

SXikj 12 - Section A - THE SACHSB NEWS Thursday, October 27, 2005 WUrnwmm i '"■ w I I ID app com cam The contest will run for 4 weeks. There will be a new picture to color each week. Enter your picture weekly for a drawing at the end of the contest. *i, - Kids, color in this picture and vou " xnAaii) onjiiis jj Kdiiit'i,w - 4 could hit the HALLOWEEN JACKPOT! GRAND PRIZE: For each age group a $50 savings bond. Other prizes also awarded. HALLOWEEN COLORING CONTEST ENTRY // of' * 4 HALLOWEEN SAFETY CENTER Trick-or-treat your way to a safe and happy Halloween with these important pointers: • Stay on sidewalks when trick-or-treating, and remember to cany a flashlight. • Don't trick-or-treat alone, and plan your route ahead of time with an adult. • Avoid approaching homes that aren't well-lit. • Never enter a stranger's house for candy. • Have an adult inspect your candy before eating it. Name: Age:. Address: Town: State: .Zip:. Phone: * Contest Rules: • Submit your artwork along with the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sachse News — 27 October 2005

• i- f 5. *V 'V * - nnnrry—'TSFT^'":""i\ F? Thursday, October 27, 2(K)5 THE SACHSE NEWS Section A Page 13 THE SACHSE NEWS Shining on the community, events and people ofSachse Publisher Chad B. Engbrock Managing Editor Donnita Ncshit Fisher Attorney General urges caution when selecting a Medicare Rx Plan Don llulluni Greg Abbott's recent alert was so good and timely that I am sharing main points in this column. "The Medicare- approved private companies that are going to offer ben- efits under this plan will begin their campaigns this month by telephone and mail. You will want to weigh your options carefully and be on guard for scam artists seeking to ^cash in on the situation. (1) Do not allow a salesperson to talk you into a decision about what coverage is right for you. Take your time in choosing the right plan for you. (2) Do not provide your personal information (Medicare number, Social Security number, credit card number or bank account number) to someone who calls you. (3) Do n...

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