The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1998 Page: 2 of 38
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The Dublin Citizen
.Thursday, May 21,1998
Cont from page 1
In permitting the 450 state-char-
tered banks to operate offices under
the same rules as nationally chartered
banks, Ghigiieri made the decision
because she doesn't want to put state
50 YEARS AGO
I lie Dublin (iradc School news in a position of “competitive
included a salute to all tlic grade inequality” with national banks,
school* teachers and Mrs. Bob Her decision came a week after a
linger, the best principal in the
OPINIONS: OURS AND YOURS
By TOMMY BRYANT
federal judge in Dallas sided with the
Eralh County SherifT
To function effectively, a law enforcement agency must liave Hie To the many lielpful people in To all the voters in the last
assistance of responsible citizens. Concerned citizens can be effective* Dublin: school board election. I thank you.
wlicn reporting suspicious persons and activities. I would like to say thank you to When you voted for any of llic
im ^_____________________ Some people do not call simply because they are not aware of what all Hie people m Dublin who conic candidates, you showed how iin-
wholc wide world." The teachers y«j Comptroller of the Currency in they are seeing, or they lake for granted someone else will call. When lo f*res and other emergencies to portanl the students in our schools
listed were Miss Clay, first grade; a merger application filed by y°u see suspicious activity, make a call lo us as soon as possible. It may assist Hie fire fighters and other and the future students were to
Mrs. Nichols, first grade; Miss NationsBank of North Carolina and turn out to be legitimate activity, but these quick calls pul law emergency personnel. you.
Vickers, second grade; Mrs. Stew- NationsBank of Texas. enforcement on llte scene soon enough lo slop the crime or catch the On Sunday. May 18, the Dublin 1 especially appreciate the voters
art, second grade; Miss Wyatt, NationsBank of Texas is a branch suspects. We always welcome the call and assistance. Volunteer lire Department ad- who have allowed me to join the
third grade; Mrs. Brown, third of NationsBank of North Carolina and Some activity is obviously criminal in nature, but some is only dressed the structure fire at Dublin trustees in working for the best
grade; Mrs. Hall, fourth grade; does not pay state franchise taxes and suspicious lo those persons familiar with the arcu. A concerned neighbor United Super, this fire taxed the education of our children.
Miss Snead, fourth grade; Mrs. avoids other Texas laws. can do a lot to protect your property and your family. It Itclps lo know energy of all fire fighters present. Sincerely,
Burnell, fifth grade; Mrs. Under- Othef Capital Highlights what lo watch for and report. These include: ai,d. as usual, there were citizens Gayle Crouch
wood, fifth grade; Mrs. Lillie, sixth g Houston attorney Joe Jamail, an • A stranger entering your neighbor's house when you don't think of Dublin who showed up to make
anyone is home, or a strange car parked at the house when the owner 0111 wor|- easier: Ann Whitehead
grade; Mrs. Browning, sixth grade;
Mrs. Short, seventh grade; Miss
Purvis, seventh grade; Mr. Hood,
eighth grade and Mrs. Havis,
The Green's Creek Home Dcm-
alumnus of the University of Texas
at Austin, has given his alma mater
$2 million for minority-student schol-
arships: $1 million to endow a schol-
arship program for undergraduates
and $1 million for a similar program
is not at home.
A scream heard anywhere may mean a robbery or some type of
assault is taking place.
Someone offering you merchandise at a price you know is far loo
and David and I’atlie Johnson were
on the scene to provide drinks and
"gopher" needed materials from the
fire station; police officers were
also on the scene lo help with
mistral ion Club met and learned for law students. Black and Hispanic
about "the electric stove and how enrollment at UT has dropped since
it works." Miss Nabors presented the 1996 “Hopwood” ruling stopped
the program and prepared the food race-based admissions policies,
and Mrs. Hasten Walker was win- ■ A study of the 23,000 sex of-
iici of the quilt contest. fenders in Texas state prisons has
Anyone taking license plates off of a vehicle or removing accessories. lraffic control; Chief Paul Johnson.
Our Saying Thanks column is
free to individuals or groups who
wish to express appreciation --
just because we think it ought to
be easy to say something nice
Dublin High Scliool commence-
ment exercises were scheduled lo
begin at 8 p in. at the First Baptist
identified 33 inmates as violent preda-
tors. Those inmates may qualify for
involuntary commitment beyond the
Church with 44 seniors prepared lo completion of their sentences under
receive their diplomas. Among a proposal to be debated during the
those seniors were Thomas Ralph next legislative session.
• Someone peering into parked ears.
• Persons entering or leaving a business after hours.
• The sound of breaking glass or a loud noise could mean an accident,
burglary attempt or someone vandalizing property.
• Unknown persons loitering around a neighborhood, school, park or
• Someone ruiming from a car, home or area. -
• A person wandering around a neighborhood for no apparent reason.
• Vehicles cruising slowly around a neighborhood or with their lights
and officers Leroy Ciailan, Andy
(.each, Jennifer Henderson, IX-bbic
Ware, and Curtis l.ewis came at
the request of (lie fire department.
(Only one of the officers was on
As volunteers who choose to
Councilman Jack Thompson be-
lieves he was misquoted in an
article in last week's Dublin Citi-
zen concerning comments he made
in a city council meeting concern-
serve our community by respond- ing allegations against Police Chief
ing to emergencies, we recognize Paul Johnson. According to Th-
thc dedication of many who choose ompson, he said he “had talked to
Rogers, Billy Nolan Strong, Dor-
othy Jean Weems, Pansy Lyiietle
Young, Nina Jean Barbee, George
Donald Martin and Ruby May
25 YKARS AGO
A lolal of 236 seniors were
graduated from Taiiclon Stale Col-
lege. Those receiving their Bach-
elor of Science degrees included
Joseph Dale Armstrong, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd H. Anns!rung; Joe
Marsh Cole, soil of Dr. and Mrs.
Charles T. Cole; Frances L. White-
field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. li.J.
Whilcficld; Louis Andrew Joluia-
gin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Joluiagin and Billie M. Gordon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max L.
Gordon, all of Dublin.
Richard Coan, nephew of Ozclla
lo the U.S, JNaval jUadcnty at
■ Attorney General Morales said
last week that Texas would get more
money in its settlement with the to-
bacco industry and be able to impose
broader restrictions on cigarette mak-
ers’ marketing tactics because of
Minnesota’s farther-reaching tobacco
Business transactions from a vehicle or money exchanging hands can l0 serve by making our jobs much officers who said he (Johnson) was
point lo a drug deal or sale of stolen property.
• Persons carrying merchandise on foot at an odd lime or place.
• Any activity or things being removed from a vacant or unoccupied
• A stranger in a car seeming to beckon a child or a child resisting the
advances of an adult.
easier. To those of you who conic doing a good job.” He was quoted
lo emergencies lo provide drinks, in The Citizen as saying he “had
food, or just moral support, the talked to the officers and they
Dublin Volunteer Fire Department think he is doing a good job.” He
sincerely thanks you for your ser-
, , , , . , James hilts, chief
Attorney General Morales ruled d°fS 1,01 lAcr lon^ 10 check 01,1 a s,tuat,on' Wc nccd and appreciate the |)uhlin Volunteer Fire Depart-
help we gel from our community. t
If you arc suspicious or feel that something is wrong, give us a call. It
asked that it be clarified that he
had riot talked to “all" of the
last week that most health mainte-
nance organization complaint records
are open to the public. The records
are kept at the Texas Department of
Insurance. HMO officials contended
confidentiality was necessary to pro-
tect the privacy of patients.
By Frances Turney
Baccalaureate services for
i is and gjamd§9i’- 9LPAL Bhltt: Class pf ’98 wiijj* held al 7 p.m.
bolli of Dublin, was accepted Sunday in First United Methodist
Church. Speaker will be Mid
McKnight, former minister of
Patrick Street Church of Christ.
Any computer savvy somebody
with one lo four hours to spend
volunteering’ to serve his/her fellow
mail will be welcome al die li-
brary. Primary zapper Lillian
Whitehead fell victim to a ear
crash Wednesday of last week and
If Lillian isn't back, you may have
to stand in line awhile, but iio
problem. Wc all need to do our
Cardholders will find many new
books lo choose from. Readers
who seek information might be
interested in On Reading The Con-
the mercifully came out of it unbroken slilulion, by Laurence II. Tribe and
The Dublin Citizen
404 N. Patrick
Dublin TX 76446
FAX (254) 445-4116
Published by Karen Wright at 404
N. Patrick. Dublin TX 76446.
Periodicals Postage paid at
POSTMASTER: Send address
changes to 'The Dublin Citizen,
404 N. Patrick, Dublin TX 76446.
and unbowed, but is suffering scat
belt wounds. Librarian Carolyn
Holden was working witli both
hands and both feel when I walked
in the next day, dying to gel from
point A lo point B while zapping
library cards and talking on the
Micluiel C, Dorf. Tribe js Tyler
Professor of Constitutional Law at
Harvard Law School, and his col-
league, Dorf. has served as law
clerk for Justice Anthony Kennedy
of .the IJ.S. Supreme Court. With
such credentials, you'd know they
are past masters at using a lot of
words to not say anything, and
Enrollment is underway for
Valerie’s Gymnastics summer
classes in tumbling and trampoline
for ages 3 and up. The classes,
which are 1 I /2 hours each, will be
from June 1 through June 29. Cost
is $50. For more information, call
Valerie Harnaker, 445-2022.
Any organization wishing to put
The Proctor Ex-Students and telephone and answering questions.
Teachers Association will meet for aH al Hie same time. Paperwork
Reunion '98 on Saturday, June 6, languished. Sonic of us wondered you'd he right. Both admit up front
from 1 p.m. until 10 p.m. at PAR if Lillian didn't pull that ,stunt just to a liberal viewpoint. Their staled
Country Club. The business meet- lo prove how important she is. but purpose in writing the book is to
1 won't divulge the surprise ending,
but you may already have guessed.
The Tulip Touch, by Anne Fine,
is Whitbread Award Winner, Chil-
dren’s Book of the Year, but 1 don't
recommend it for children. The
villain is not just mean, she is evil.
Ail arsonist, she also gets away
Volunteer. Buy bricks. Gel your, a community service .message on
green card, and don't lose it. the sign downtown al Highway 6
and 377 should contact Dublin
Insurance Company at 445-3277.
SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER NEWS
By Hazel Lane
ing will be held prior lo the quickly vetoed that idea. When
evening buffet which will be from pain is involved, you've got lo
5 - 6 pin. Please reply for buffet realize there is a belter way. Bc-
reservalions by May 25 lo Mary sides, the accident wasn’t her fault.
Gates. 200 Bosque Lane #201, lf y°‘' don't have a library card,
Slcphcnvillc, Tx 76401. get one. All you have to do is ask.
First National Bank
Dc Leon • DUBLIN • (Justine
1 cook a pecan pie
5 TXism: “fits like
_on an ape”
6 in Coryell Co. on
190: Copperas _
7 TX Buckley was in
this Broadway hit
0 TXism: ‘grabbin1_
9 “long time _“
12 the Texas “town
without a frown"
17 Marshall hosts
20 TXism: “fast___
up a rafter"
22 in La Salle Co. on I-35
23 TXism: “just a
in the park" (easy)
TX Vikki Carr ’67
how TX A.J. Foyt got
around the track
Cali fa no was an
Tyler Co. town named
for a U S. president 3
TXism for “milk": 4
•_ delight" 9
36 TXism: "between a
rock and__place" 10
Smith was an _
43 TXism for "about"
45 Nacogdoches Co. 12
town named for a
’ San Antonio street: 13
l rattlesnake venom 14
50 TX Willie's birthplace
51 Houston steel corp.
52 TX Costa produces the
Christian_line in U.S.
53 TX voting places
54 Japanese electronic co.
55 TXism: "mad as
56 TXism: "it's been a
_ in my side"
58 "many moons"
59 Dallas born singer of
'60s "Family Stone" group
by Charley & Guy Orbison
festival (2 wds.)
TXism: "confused as
Levelland AM raejio j?
man" (good roper)
TX h.s. students
must pass this for
a diploma (2 wds.)
played this Olive
moon to Houston:
‘The Eagle _
TX has __•
Bush's alma mater
this Scott starred in
The Way Home" (init.)
TXism: "couldn't lick his
Cowboys 1st coach (init.)
■" Ferguson was 33 Dean of fj|m .Four
For Texas" (init.)
34 San Antonio's SW
Bell owns part of
this Bancroft starred
with TX Spacek in
"Night, Mother" (Init.)
first woman gov.
of Ima Hogg
this Sarah gave
oath to LBJ (init.)
a chest of drawers
state senator Eddie
TX Crier 1st TV job:
42 meaning of Nueces
44 TX film critic Reed
46 Bullock is _ Gov.
49 a TX "duster"
50 TX Kite prefers
__to a bogey
57 in Mexico, Texans
First National Bank
825 N. Patrick • P.O. Box 440 • Dublin TX 76446 • (254) 445-4400
with branches in Dublin, I)e Leon and Gustine
"dc-inyslify" the Constitution. You
On the other hand, there is the
Constitution. In a handsome, illus-
trated hook for young readers. We
the People, The Constitution of the
United Slates of America, Peter
Spier lias provided a complete text
of the Constitution and 26 amend-
ments plus a history of the writing
and ratifying of the document, plus
maps, names, dales, and places.
This casy-lo-rcad book is an excel-
lent reference resource for young
Readers who seek entertainment
must like The Matchmakers, by
Janette Okc. since it's very new
and has already been cheeked out
eight limes. This light novel may
Ik- read while standing in line at
the checkout counter. Two young
(one with school-agcd children)
people try to bring their widowed
parents together, object matrimony.
We had a good turnout al (lie
sales Friday and Saturday. We will
he making arrangements to lake a
lot of good clothes to Slcphcnvillc.
So, if you didn't get there, plan to
conic by in the next few days.
We had a full house at our dance
Friday night. We had some new
dancers and Lucille and Ruth Ann
Cozait were back lo visit with us.
It seems we lose so many good
friends. We have all had a hard
lime facing the loss of our very
good friend and hearing aid repre-
sentative, David Treadway. We
will miss his friendship, his singing
and playing (he piano, and just
being our all-around special friend.
Cindy will be back with us. She is
very special lo us and we loved lo
have them sing for us.
Wc had a good group at bingo
Saturday night. We have bingo
twice a month, so bring a dish and
join the group.
is leaving Dublin, lie's one of the
best loved speakers wc have ever
had. lie was different because lie
seemed to know when we needed
lo laugh. He was there when we
were sad from losing one of our
friends or a relative. His wife,
LaVorisc, always came with him
and wc loved having her, too. lie
is such a special person: always on
the side of what is right, lie will be
missed by the Seniors on Clinloit.
Wednesday will be another sad day
We will be closed Memorial
Day, but will be open for all
activities and lunch on Tuesday.
Call and gel your name on the list
Our Monday night dance is a lull
house every lime. If you like to
dance, and you are a senior, you
arc welcome — no smoking, no
drinking. There is a eokc machine
We are going lo say good-by to a,,d our VCIY own hand is doi"? i*
another very special friend good job. Meet your friends for tlip
Wednesday - Mid McKnight. lie best exercise you can gel.
Pi* Peppei* Bottling Company
Dr Pepper....Just what the Dr ordered!!!
Old Doc;s Soda 8l C\ift Skop
Mon-Fri 9-5 Sat 10-5 Sun 1-5 Dr Pepper Plant Tours Dally
105 E. Elm 445-3939
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1998, newspaper, May 21, 1998; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763092/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.