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/ 7 : ...... Tiger Growl Tiger Varsity Loses ed By Malakoff High Journalism (]ass::::::i EA}. i:!: he  " "" , was6 The Rogers Report sent e fore ! Benny Rogers given Thursday, February 26. EA, On the following day school n F. he Bloodmobile from will not be in session due to a lW art Blood Center inTyler teachers' In-Service day. ,'gU tSL I:)e on campus Monday, Band director John Brown, n theary 23. at 9 a.m. Blood assistant band director James n by MHS students and Healer and sophomore Jeff ty will go to 2-year-old DuBose attended the Texas " " Stout, a leukemia Educators Convention to' who needs 60 pints. Music in San Antoni(last weekend. merous students and Untilnext week, remember, hers have expressed a it's better to remain silent and "le to donate blood, be thought a fool than to open oach Gary Ashlock and your mouth and remove all ,.'a"ees 00p00r0- a Tigerettes finished the doubt-think about it. on with an outstanding  season record. Theywere Eighth Graders 57-51 Decision a,l in district camp "' .etltlon :ng the season the Tiger- scored 1,6,t6 points an Blasted oy Point D,. To Wills I rage of 57.2 points a game. rette opponents could Wills Point |Y manage 1,239, an k page of 42.1 points a game. The Malakoff 8th grade was S was only the second time blasted off the court by Wills the past nine seasons the Point 61-16 here last Monday _erettes have failed to win, night. Nt least tie for the district Anthony Jackson and " Johnny Moore were able to ,dahe school year continues scrape up only four points to :*tarrow down and exams for lead the scoring for the S, second quarter will be Kittens. FARMERS & RANCHERS )Ill SUPPLY y. 31i FEED-SEED-FERTILIZER Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewis West Hwy. 31 Owner Kerens. Texas Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-- EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C M. Tinney, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Athens * * * * ** * * * * * * * * * * *lllwed. mlllnFeb. KING SiZE WALLET CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS FOR ONLY Extra Charge for G ROUPS SHUGART AboAuSf Kour @LOR PHOTOS o,., Food Fare 123 E. Hwy. 31 Feb. 18, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 3 Five missed free throws within the last 10 seconds cost Malakoff's Tigers a 59-58 defeat at the hands of Wills Point's bunch of Bengals, here last Tuesday night. Clint Cross wasted no time starting Malakoff off in scoring with 18 seconds elapsed in the first quarter, as he sank the first basket of the game. Cross led the Tigers in the quarter as he connected on four of four field goals. With 5:18 remaining Wills Point put their first points on the board and began to fight back. At the end of the quarter Malakoff held a slim 16-12 lead. Wills Point continued TO battle in the second quarter as the Tigers committed numerous turnovers. The Bengals took advantage of three key Malakoff turnovers with 34 seconds remaining in the half TO tie the game up. the half closed in a 28-28 tie. Both teams continued to play even basketball after they returned from the locker room. Wills Point took the lead for the first time with five minutes to go in the quarter and never relinquished it. Wills Point led 46-38 at the end of the quarter. The hometown Tigers put together a 12-point surge at the beginning of the final quarter. At this point the teams traded baskets. With I0 seconds remaining to play, Malakoff had six chances to put the game away with free throw opportunities. The Tigers were only able to connect on one of them and Wills Point walked away from Tiger gymnasium a lucky 59-58 winner. Mike Givens led all Tiger scorers with 14 points. Clint Cross and Mike Chandler had 12 each. Robert Cook tossed in 10 points. Wills Point's Junior Var- sity held off a fourth quarter Malakoff jayvee's surge TO take a 57-51 win here last Tuesday night. Malakoff fell behind early in the game and was never able TO catch up. the Tiger's usually good shooters had off nights and other Tigers were unable TO pick up the slack. Leading scorer for the Tigers was Ray Garrison with 15 points. Timmy Trimble was close behind with 13. Monthly Sales Tax Rebate Wills Point leading 58-57 and Seventh Graders Checks Mailed Comtroller Bob Bullock mailed monthly city sales tax rebate checks totaling $11.3 million to 741 cities and towns Friday, bringing to $22.7 million the amount rebated to cities so far this year. At the same time, Bullock issued a word of caution to the hundreds of organizations formed TO celebrate the na- tion's bicentennial. "Many of them don't realize that if they sell trinkets or souvenirs, they've got to have a sales tax perrnit and collect and remit the sales tax," he said. The Comptroller said the confusion may exist because the legislature exempted from the sales tax certain pur- chases made by Bicentennial groups. "No tax is due on items they buy and actually use themselves in comme- Lose by 26.17 The Malakoff 7th grad lost a close one here Monday night, Feb. 9, to Wills Point by a score of 26-17. Dewayne Grayek topped the Kittens' scoring with 10 points. to the editor To the Editor The Junior Class would like to express their sincere appre- ciation to those who helped make the basketball conces- sion stands a success. The Juniors expecially want to thank Mr. Henry Conditt at the Tigers Den, formerly Ford's Dairy Mart for his cooperation and also Mr. Raymond Reese at Malakoff Food Fare. The money will be ii!:: STATE BAND-Jeff Dubose, !i', Outstanding pictured avobe, made 7th chair trombone, in the All :::: !:!: State Symphonic Band last ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: week. Log Cabin Estates Residents To M eet A meeting of "interested property owners" from Log Cabin Estates has been called for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22, in the Eustace School audi- torium. The meeting comes in the wake of recent complaints about problems between pro- perty owners and the manage- ment of Log Cabin Estates. Some $1,700 was recently raised and put into a fund for possible use in a lawsuit by property owners, The Mala- koff News learned recently. A letter was sent to all property owners Friday calling the meeting. It was vL signed by Robert M. Frank, R.E. Hansen, Ruby McCaleb, Wayne W. Collins, an?l Willard Fenton. : " The group had Weques the use of the Big Red Barn, Log Cabin Estate's com- munity center, but T.M. { Mosby, in a letter in Decem-  her informed the group, the only group meetings now allowed in the Red Barn were meetings of the Property Owners Association and church services each Sunday. that there exist certain prob- lems and questions with re- spect to the management of LCE which thus far have not been properly handled bythe Property Owners Asso- ciation," the letter read. "We sincerely hope to have the benefit of your opinion at such meeting." Among the complaints expected to be aired are problems with street mainte- nance and 24-hour security, a source close to LCE indicated to The Malakoff News. Crippled Campers Sought By Lions Applications for a summer vacation full of fun for handicapped children in the Malakoff Area are now being accepted by members of the Malakoff Lions Club. This unique Texas Lions Camp for Crippled Children at Kerrville will open its first two-weeks session Sunday, June 6. 1976. Four Sessions will be held this summer for youngsters from seven through sixteen years of age. The Camp is free to eligible blind, deaf, mute or crippled children. All requests for summer camp are handled loally by Lions. For more detailed informa- tion about the Camp, you are urged to contact Jerry Stone of the Malakoff Lions Club at 489-0465. In the past 23 years, Lions have sent over 16,000 youn- gsters to the Texas Lions Camp for Crippled Children at Kerrville. TO CONDUCT WITH DIGNITY A Service to Remember... In the reverent atmosphere of our chapel, final services may be conducted, with fitting dignity, in accordance with the family's wishes. CARROLL & LEHR. Funeral Home Athens, Texas Phone 6752211 Men's Haggar LEISURE SUITS =36so to =4T Just received a new shipment in Navy with White Saddle Stitch and also Houndstooth Check. used 'for the best Junior- morating the country's 200th A non-denominational Just arrived for Spring and Senior Prom we have ever birthday," Bullock said. "But church group uses the facili- ( Summer had. the things they sell to other ties weekly, utilizing area Junior Class persons-- belt buckles and pastors and volunteers for  Men's And Young Men's La Malakoff High School hats and flags, for example-- ministers. LEISURE have got to be taxed.' "A signigicant number of iiii':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':': :!: He said sales tax permits property owners feel as we do, o.o SH[RTS ii are easily obtained at any of Malakoff Menu the Comptrollers 36 district Ch" O /" offices around the state. "" Payments for February to  area cities and towns in-  His And Campus Feb. 23-27 cluded: In an Array of Colors Monday: Burbeque on Bun, Athens, $9,980.53; Caney Snow Flake Potatoes, Ranch City, $900.86; Gun Barrel , Scenic and Pattern Designs Style Beans, Pear Cobbler, City, $1,355.05; Kemp, Milk $1,017.04; Kerens, $841.71; " 1500 Tuesday: Creole Spaghetti, Mabank, $1,461.38; Malakoff, $098 $ Green Lima Beans, Pickled $2,241.46; and Seven Points, like Irying to read a newspaper Beets, Yeast Corn Bread, $3,275.02. in a high wind?" Fruit Dessert, Milk Wednesday: Hamburgers, Lettuce, Pickles, Baked Beans, French Fries/Catsup, Milk Thursday PRESIDENTS TABLE: Chicken Mount Vernon, Martha's Sweet Po- tatoes, Monticello Green Beans, Lincoln Leg, Can't Tell a Lie Cherry Pie, Madison's Milk Friday: No School-- Teach- er in Service Day I011 The Sketch Box West Sth Corsicana 100% SOUD-00ATE Tim OCEANSIDE G34t0C Energy Saving Solid-State Chassis Power Sentry Voltage Regulating System Brilliant Chromacolor Picture Solid-State Tuning Systm 13" don,'d s389 PHILLIPS APPLIANCE I I DRESSES by Mr. Jack - Andrea Flutterbye - TeJo Jr.-Misses-Half Sizes FROM 0018" to =4P Pers0nal00ty =12" to '19" I DEPARTMENT STORE.Terr 9 StreeteMalakoll, Texm 75148