The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1996 Page: 4 of 22
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
PwkcbI aovkxt for Johnny
Mask Snfcn, M, will he at I p.m.
today hi lianvil Memorial (Impel
with hartal hi Upper ('.wen's ('reck
Cemetery under direct to* of Har-
rell hucral Home
Sanders died Tnesday in Harris
Methodist h*| Worth.
lie was a truck driver with
(icncrel NulritHMul Centers.
lie was horn May 16. 1958 in
Dublin to Wilson M. Sanders and
Judy Malloy. lie married Susan
Stewart Aug II. 1905 in A/le.
Sanders was a member of Hirst
Baptist Church of llico.
Survivors include his wife Susan,
three sons. Marshall. Joshua and
Kenneth: his parents. Wilson and
Judy Sanders: his prandial Iter.
W.l). Mulloy: three step-children.
John. Joe and Julie, all of Carlton
and a sister. Kathy LeJeune ol
Memorials may he made to the
Stephen’s to host
Stephen's Home Health will
sponsor five educational seminars
each Tuesday from 11 to 11:45
a.m. beginning June 18 and ending
Speaker will be Monty McRight
from American Senior Consultants
The free seminars are intended
for senior citizens and their fami-
Topics include: Week 1 - Intro-
duction to Medicare. Week 2 --
Explanation of Medicare benefits.
Week 5 - Home health care
choices. Week 4 - Insurance.
Week 5 -- Changing insurance
Door prizes will be provided by
Salyer Chiropractic Clinic. Hall &
Cleveland. CCS Medical Supply.
The Hair Affair and Higginboth-
Funermi service, for Winfield
Smith Sanders. 91, warn June t at
first. United Methodist Chnreh
whh burial in New Dnhhn Lfooi*
Cemetery under direction of Har-
rcii Funeral Home
A retired bookkeeper for
i Woidert Peanut Co.. Sanders died
Jane 6 at Hmris Methodist Erath
He was a lifelong resident of
He was bom Sept. 9. 1904 in the
Harbin Community to Lee Andrew
Sanders and Betty D. Holt. He
married Jennie Ruth Kennedy June
17, 1926 in Dublin. She preceded
him in death June 12,1995.
He was a member of First United
Methodist Church where he served
for many years on the administra-
tive board and as a trustee and
secretary of the Sunday School. He
was also a Scout leader for many
Survivors include three sisters,
Frances Littlepage of Baytown,
Willie Hallmark of Dublin and
Maxine Elkins of Longview and
many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services for Lucille
Hancock, 85, were at 11 a.m.
Wednesday in Pecan Cemetery un-
der direction of Harrell Funeral
Mrs. Hancock, a lifelong resident
of Dublin, died Monday at Golden
Age Manor Nursing Home.
She was a retired peanut grader
with Woldeit Peanut Mill.
She was bora Sept. 9, 1910 to
Timothy Jackson Hancock, Sr. and
Sudie Pearl Foreman.
Mrs. Hancock was a member of
First United Methodist Church.
Survivors include two nephews.
Roy Hancock of Waco and Clyde
Hancock of Stephenvilie and two
nieces, Dorothy Keener of
Stephenvilie and Sherry Tanner of
mZ&tfZ r £ ~ CVOJRCH « .«r ■ .
SBw ..^j^qfegWTON AND liveoak. .
In the month of June, Pastor Shane Mize
will be preaching on the subject of
Come join us for these exciting messages.
SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICES - 10:45 A.M.
These churches invite you
Thei First Baptist Family
£ invites you to join
us this Sunday!
Bible Study 9:40
Worship 11:00 & 7:00
This Sunday Morning:
"The Man in Control"
Live Oak & Camden *445-2435
You are loved by the
First Baptist Family
Bro. Bill Campbell, Pastor
Come have Bible study and
worship in an informal
Sunday 9 a.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
(presently meeting at Senior Citizens
Center behind Dairy Queen)
Bro. Callon Ratliff
Sunday 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Everyone is welcome
to join us!
548 South Park
t -i- j
iad P•nt*e°*la/ c |
Sunday 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
620 E. Elm Street, Dublin
George R. Sievers, III
Church of Christ
830 N. Patrick
BN* Study: 9:30 a.m.
1020 a.m. & 6 p.m.
David I. leeks, Fitter
Ss adsy Si keel -10 i.n.
Mentis! tfwkip * 10:45 s.ii.
Eveeis| Sendees • 7 f.n.
Ws4ses4ay Prefer Mutinf
and BlMa Stady - 7 p.n.
jj, ■- $A§,V Tt ' -S»~§1
.• -f rli
A 53-year-old Stephenvilie man was injured when his small pickup ran off Highway 377 into a culvert
near Gilbert Auto Shies about 1 30 p.m. Thursday. Bobby L. Steele was taken by Dublin Ambulance to
Harris Methodist Erath County Hospital in Stephenvilie after Dublin emergency personnel freed him
from his vehicle
Sewer, street financing tops council agenda
The Dublin City Council waded
through a mountain of paperwork
related to financing of sewer and
street improvements' during the
regular monthly meeting Monday
Council action paved the way for
the city's application for $1.86
million in low interest loans from
the Texas Water Development
Board for upgrading the sewer
farm and for $500,000 in certifi-
cates of obligation for street im-
The sewer improvements have
been mandated by the Texas Natu-
ral Resources Conservation Com-
mission. Non-compliance with
those mandates could result in
substantial fines on a daily basis to
the City of Dublin, according to
City Manager David Johnson.
“Our sewer farm was built in the
early 50s and we have outgrown
it.'* Johnson said. “We are using
more and more water and we’ve
just outgrown our system."
The TNRCC has approved the
city's permit for the expansion and
it will go to the Texas Water
Development Board for final ap-
proval July 28.
Repayment of the loans will be
done tluough increased monthly
sewer charges - increases which
could be “significant", according
“The current sewer charge is $8
per household and. in a worst case
scenario, we might see that charge
double," he said.
The council also approved the
issuance of $500,000 in bonds for
John Martin of Southwest Secu-
rities of Dallas urged the council to
take action now “because the mar-
ket is volatile and if you wait, you
Community Health Clinic
is pleased to announce
the association of
John L. (Jay) Rasberry, P.A.
205 N. Patrick
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-5
SOFAS - SLEEPERS - LOVESEATS
I 25% I
• f.;f ~ ■ <,T ■ V ■
OF THE DAIRY
Also - 20 % OFF all recliners
JUST IN TIME FOR DAD’S DAY
136 W. Blackjack SSSil (£S«I G53 445-2331
could risk higher interest rates.”
The bid was awarded to Paine
Webber with an interest rate of 6.1
Three local residents addressed
the council during the public input
part of the meeting.
* Cindy Barrett presented a peti-
tion requesting lower speed limits
and increased enforcement of traf-
fic laws on N. Post Oak near the
school to reduce risk of injury to
the children in that area..
* Robert A. Whiteley asked for
water drainage improvements on
Water Oak St.
* Hazel Marks complained that
Highland Ave. is not being wa-
tered often enough to reduce dust
during road work.
All three requests were referred
to the council’s streets and alleys
See COUNCIL page 10
• Rret Assembly of God is located
at 512 N. Fujk. Sunday morning
~ wffl be * 10:43 a.m. wd
services are at 6 * p.m.
services Monday through
Wednesday will begin at 7 p.m.
For more information, call the
chmcb at 445-3414.
Bftfc School at the Highland
A venae Congregational Methodist
Church will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Monday Jane 17.
"Camp Courageous" will include
Bible stories, songs, crafts, game*
and goodies for ages 3 through
teen. Bible School will be over
each night at 8:45 p.m.
Commencement will be at 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 22.
Local police assist
in apprehension of
Two brothers have been charged
with murder after being appre-
hended near Dublin Tuesday.
Julio Arias, 21 and Ignacio Arias,
18, both of Stephenvilie, are being
held in Erath County jail under
bond of $100,000 each in connec-
tion with the stabbing death of
German Luna, 26 who died Mon-
day morning at Harris Methodist
Erath County Hospital, apparently
of blood loss and shock.
The three men reportedly lived
together on a dairy near Three Way
where two of them were employed.
They were arrested at a trailer
house near Purves after the vic-
tim’s pickup was found at a Purves
Dublin Police Officers Bob *
Gonzales and Jimmy Jackson, "
working with Kevin Fincher and
Jerry Wright of the Erath County
Sheriffs Office, took one of the
brothers into custody at the trailer
house near Grand Canyon Dairy.
The other brother was arrested
when officers spotted him returning
(q the trailer house.
Spring in Texas brings
more than bluebonnets.
jll It brings wild weather - high winds,
m hail, tornadoes and floods.
Storm damage can cause big financial
002 problems if you are uninsured or
underinsured or can’t prove your claim.
HMP Now’s the time to check your coverage
and do things that can smooth the
processing of your claim after a storm.
~ Call us. We’ll help you figure out If you
I have what you need to defend yourself
■ against Texas springtime weather.
Dublin Insurance Agency
445-3277 119 S. Patrick
Everett Hightower Steve Hightower
SERVING ALL YOUR HOME HEALTH CARE NEEDS
All types of Medical Equipment
and supplies for home use.
Rentals, Sales & Service
Sf Medicare Assignment Accepted
24 HOUR SERVICE 800-331-4150 817-445-4150
Open Monday thru Saturday
109 South Patrick St. Dublin, Texas 76446
"i.ViS • ■
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1996, newspaper, June 13, 1996; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763188/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.