The Sachse Sentinel (Sachse, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 1, 1986 Page: 4 of 36
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TROOP 1663 WORKS FOR BADGE
Girl Scaui leaders Karen Williams
and Janice Daneman are pictured
at the library with troop members
Sara Meyer, Wendy Barnett, Lisa
Milligan, Judy Long acre, Mariys
Williams, Amy Schillerstrom,
ATTENTION ALL PARENTS!!
The Summer Reading Club begins
registration June 2-10. There are
plans for each Tuesday and Thurs-
day afternoon from 1:00 to 2:00 pm.
at City Hall. Our Sachse Police
Department will provide a policeman
and car at the crossing in front of
Paul's Market to assist any children
walking or on bikes to get across the
street to City Hall. Then again at
2:00, the police will assist their
return. This assures safety for those
who live on the Sachse side of the
highway. ("Sometime soon, the State
Highway Department will be install-
ing a traffic light at 5th Street.)
Programs to be offered include
Ceramics, Book Talks, Tin Sculp-
ture, Pet Show, Fishing Trip, Math
Fun, Weaving, Antiques, Chalk Talk-
ing Pictures, Videos, Texadillo and
the Puppet Show, etc. In addition, I
will be providing short talks on many
of the excellent Texas books we have
on hand for the Sesquicentennial
yearlong celebration. We have at
least two copies of each of the books
listed by the Bluebonnet Awards
Committee that the children can get
a head start on reading for the Fall
Of course, my intention for all
these activities is to promote reading,
but the City also wants to provide
planned programs for the children of
We're just waiting for you. Come
on in, and get those children
Karen Cole and Sarah Baker.
Rosanne Burgess, librarian, gave
a short program on the history of
Sachse, and some of the ancestors
of people living in Sachse now.
S a I •s Tax
R • p o r t
State Comptroller Bob Bullock this
month sent checks in local sales tax
to 1,015 cities that levy the one-
percent city tax.
Sachse's check was $5,147.63
bringing total payments in 1986 to
$21,182.48 for an increase of 30.33
percent over 1985.
Garland received $1,058,424.98
for an increase of 5.15 percent.
Murphy's payment of $6,623.09 in-
creased that city's 1986 payment to
a total of $25,931.99 up 6.15 percent
over last year.
Wylie had an increase of 26.09
Dallas' DART payment of $19.2
million brought its total to $70.8
million this year.
Dallas County had an increase of
May checks represent taxes col-
lected on sales made in March and
reported to the Comptroller by April
"He's my Dad!
He has time for me,
He'll take time for you.'
JUSTICE of the PEACE
JllIlG 7th Republican Primary Run-Off
(last race - ti\ On the Ballot)
Pa.d for by Supporters of MIKE CANTRELL. Jim Campbell. Treasurer. 3329 Garland Road. Garla.,: To,as 7S041 271 6502
KIM'S CHILD CARE
LOVING HOME • HOT LUNCHES • SNACKS
BEFORE and AFTER SCHOOL
ALL AGES • SACHSE AREA
Facial or Interview
1604 Cornwall Ln.
Sachse, TX 75040
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Call: (214) 495-3367
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