The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1975 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DUBLIN^PROGRESS, THUR., JAN. 16t±x, 1975
CLAIRETTE COMMUNITY NEWS Phone Service
YAExpands UNION GROVE COMMUNITY
by Lucile Mayfield
- (Written for last week)
A happy, peaceful New Year t'c
Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Carr had
their Christmas dinner Sunday,
December 22. Their son Mr. and
Mrs. Doyle Crews and family of
Clifton had dinner with them.
Their other son James called
home from England on Christ-
mas day. The Carrs went to
Monahans to have Christmas din-
ner with their daughter Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Patterson and family.
Emmett Buries fell and broke
a hip and arm. His neighbor J.
R. Wolfe went to check on him
and found, him in the floor at his
home. He was carried to Hico
Hospital Thursday afternoon and
transferred to the VA Hospital
in Temple Friday.
Weekend visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. R. Wolfe were Mr, and
i.3. Gerald Wolfe of Richardson,
Mi. and Mrs.- Jerry Wolff: of
Fort Collins, Colo.; David and
Amy Malphrus of Sulpher, Okla.;
Mrs. Ralph and daughter Mrs.
Ann Tucker and Dwain Wolfe of
Hico. •• _ _
Mr. and Mrs Roger Duncan' of DEADLINE NEAN TO g£t
Waco spent Saturday night with
Jack Corcker, Duectcyof the
Veterans, Adrmntstration Reg-
ional (Juice m Waco, announces a
new service for the Dublin area.
Veterans can now dial 800-792-
1110, lor assistances and reach a
Veteran Benefits Counselor sta-
tioned in Waco. The only expense
involved is the cost of a loPal call.
his grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Johnnye Boyd of Midland
. spent th6 weekend before Christ-
■“mgs .with Mr, and Mrs. Melvin
Chandler and Kelly. _____
The Melvin Chandlers spent
Christmas at Bayfield, Colo, with
their son and family.
Many homes had relatives home
FAB.VI POND FISH
Landowners who desire fish for
farm and ranch ponds from the
Texas Parks & Wildlife Depart-
ment Fish Hatcheries must have
their application cards in the Au-
stin office by January 1 soys W.
R. (Bill) Long.
The cards for bass, catfish and
other species may be obtained
from county game wardens or
for Christmas . Didn’t have time1 by writing to the Department in
to get it all with sick folks. Austin.
OPENING JANUARY 14th, 1975
Open 5: pm till 10:pm
between Dublin & Stephenville
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by Rissie Fine
Our church services were c: Jl-
ed oif due to bad weather? We
are grateful for the beaitfiful sun-
shine today. - •
Gary and Stella Swanner of Gor-
man visited with Bulah McClain
Clement, Sis and Billy Ray
Jones and Willie Mae Ross of
Comanche went to Temple Mon-
day. Clement was to have a phy-
My daughter Eulafae Carlisle
of Cleburne spent Wednesday
night and Thursday night with me.
Those having dinner with Lou
Bradley Sunday were Wyette and
Dorthy Jurney, Frank and Sue,
Keith, Wilber and Peggy Jurney.
We' were sorry to hear Annie
Mae Bema is in the Dublin Hos-
pital. We hope, she is soon able
to go home.
Addie Spruill was sick the past
week. Glad she is better at this
Opal Pyette and Rbna Pea-
cock of Stephenville visited with
Willie Magee over the weekend.
Maple Bradberry has been in
Harris Hospital in Fort Worth
the past week. She is doing well
and we hope will soon be well.
Several from the church attend-
ed district meeting at Highland
Avenue Church last Wednesday
night. Several churches were re-
presented. Good attendance.
Our sympathy goes out to the
Pittman family in their loss. We
attended school together.
Red Capell has been real sick
the past few days, is better at
Darwin and Virginia and Kathy
Ellis of Stephenville had supper
with King and Tura Stephens
Blanch Lamkin has.,, returned
home after spending some time
with her daughter and family in
Baton Rouge, La.
Special Unemployment Assist-
ance (SUA) is a special form el
unemployment compensation that
allows a worker to use employ-
ment and eamiggs^not covered
by regular unemployment pro-
grams to qualify for Special Un-
employment Assistance payments.
Workers who have insufficient
earnings in covered employemnt
to be eligible for unemployment
compensation under any StaJe or
Federal IavTinay,qualify for SUA
if they present evidence of em-
ployment and earnings during the
52 weeks prior to filing their
claim which would be sufficient
to qualify for unemployment in-
surance if the work had been in
HOW DOES AN INDIVIDUAL
FILE A CLAIM FOR SUA? ,
A claim for SUA should be fil-
ed at-the nearest Texas Employ-
ment Commission local office or
itinerant service point in the
State, The individual should take
his Social Security Card and a
list of the names and addresses
of all employers for whom he
worked during the mqst recent
52 weeks, with documentary proof
of work and earnings, when he
goes to the local office to file a
claim for Sl^A.
This notice is intended fop gen-
eral information only and dees
not have the effect of law. To ob-
tain a determination of your right
to special unemployment assis-
tance, go to your nearest Texas
employment commission office.
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ADVERTISE tt or something
with an inexpensive Classified
ad in the Dublin Progress.
Choice Every Sun
Church of your
Rath Racom Bacon
A. F. Bologna All Meat .... Lb. 79c
Ground Beef.........Lb. 69c
Chuck Roast ......... Lb. 69c
Arm Roast . . . . ....... Lb. 83c
Red Rind Cheese . .. . . .Lb. $1.49
A. F. Jumbo Franks 1 Lb. Pkg. . .79c
5 Lb. Bag
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Russet Potatoes U. S. No. Is
Shurfresh Milk 1 Gal. Jug $1.49
Shurfine Coffee 1 lb. 79c
Roxey Dog Food 5 lb. Bag 78c
Banquet Dinners 49c
Kraft B.B.Q. Sauce 18Oz. . .,. . 59c
Del Monte Sweet Cucumber Chips . 39c
Del Monte Tuna (Limit 3) . .. 49c
Tide King Size ........ .$1-69
Ivory Liquid 32 Oz........ .99c
16 Oz. » ,
Shurfine Mixed Vegetables . 4 for $1.00
GOLD BOND STAMPS
Double Stamps on Wednesday
With $2.50 Purchase or More
THESE PRICES GCOD
Thur., Fri.& Sot.
■ V* Food Store
l'°ur Home Owned
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TO ASK THE PRINTING AND
OFFICE SUPPLIES PEDDLER
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- When The Person Selling Printing and Office Supplies Solic-
its Your Business, Here Are Some Questions He Should le
Willing To Answer TO YOUR SATISFACTION!
1. Is He a Taxpayer in your community or county?
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2. Does He Donqte Space In The Newspaper To local.aid
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County Projects and Enterprises/
3. Does He Pay Wages To Employees Who Live and boTJ
Business In Your Community?
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4. Does He Grant Favors That You Woud Ask Of
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5. Does He Donate Newspaper Space To Promote You and
Your Neighbor's Business?
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6. Does His Price Include Freight, Postage and Insurance?
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7. Does He Help Support Bond Issues That Bring Improvo—
ments To The Area?
8. Does He Support Your Civic Organizations, Schools anid
Churches With Free Publicity?
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• We Sincerely Believe That These Question Should Be
Considered When You Purchase Printing and Office;'%p-
plies —4 A Question Of Whether You Should Support Those ^
Who Help Support You! ; J m
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1975, newspaper, January 16, 1975; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775455/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.