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Page 12 - MALAKOFF NEWS - April 3, 1975 Malakoff Junior All-Stars To Go To State Little Dribbler Tourney At Huntsville While thoughts are turning Junior Division Basketball to spring and baseball, the Tournament in Brownsboro Malakoff All-Stars were Saturday night, wrapping up the Region 6 The ll and 12-year old MON-TUE.WED-THU NO RIG WAS , JIM MITCHgM TO0 BiG FOR THIS IS THE 114EM 1"0 REAL HANDLES OPEN ONLY FRI.SAT.SUN Under New Manangement 7am to 7pm. 7 dw a week Texaco Gas - 64 Covered Stalls Groceries Free Boat Ramp Bait Cleanout for Selfcontained Units Private Yacht Club-opening about May 15-for Membership Applications call 451.2421 Located Southeast Corner of Lake off Hwy 90 Marina Office-489-1575 I I !IHII I IIII I PRICE Name Brand Men's Wide Leg (Wash & Wear) Many Colors & Patterns to choose from Shorts & Halters Pants & Blouses Pantsuits & Dresses Open Thurs. Fri. Sat. Store Hours 9:30 to 5:30 The Spot Lay Aways When You Need Sympathy... Because we understand the effects of bereavement, we make every effort to provide thoughtful assist- ance in every way possible, with dignity at all times. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home ATHENS, TEXAS Phone 675.2211 I IAttle I)ribblers hit tough sledding after winning their first game over Kemp 20-13. and lost the next two to he eliminated. They lost to Kerens 36 to 29 and Quitman beat them '33-'30, Malakoff found the going rough as they lost the first round of play of a double- elimination tournament by 28-35 to a large and powerful Italy team that dominated the boards throughout the game. This was offset by a 20 point performance by l)anny ttughes. Malakoff led most of the game until [tughes and Tracey Thomas fouled oul with 3 minutes remaining in the game. Other scorers were Todd Shehon with 4 points, ttarold tIolyfield and I)ewaine Cain with 2 each. The Malakoff roundballers found the road a little easier in the second round as the)" left Quitman flat-footed by a score of 45-23. Hughes again hit the nets for 21, Mlowed by Craig Spivey with 6, Todd Shelton with 5, Tracey Thomas and Tim Mattingly with 4 each, Scott Williams with 3, and llarold lh)lyfield with 2. Then came the turning point of the tournament as Italy lost to a fine Browns- boro team and had to play Matakoff again. This time it was a different story as the smaller locals dominated the game with a fine, 31-point performance by Hughes. Although scoring was a factor, this was overshadowed by an overall defensive game as Tim Mattingly and Todd Shelton shut out Italy's fast left-handed guard completely, leaving him scoreless. Tracey Thomas with the double- teaming efforts of Ty King, John Tanner and tlaroly tk)lyfield in different quar- tersl gave their large center only two field goals in the fourth quarter. Hughes lead all scorers with 31, followed by Todd Shelton with 4, Scott Malakoff led at the end of Williams and Ty King with 2 both quarters. The third each. period found each team cold This win put Malakoff in with Brownsboro only hitting the finals against an ex- four points and Malakoff tremely well-coached and un- dropping in eight for a 31-25 beaten Brownsboro team. lead. Brownsboro again found Throughout the first two the basket in the fourth quarters neither team led by quarter as l,ockwood's fine more than a four-point shooting pulled then] into a margin. With Hughes 37-35 lead. But with 1 minute carrying the load for M alakoff left in the game, Craig Spivey and Steve Lockwood and hit a corner shot to tie the Gary Edwards doing the same game up at 37-37, and with for Brownsboro, the lead time rmming out, Tracey changed hands several times. Thomas drove for a easy / Cross Roads Teacher Contracts Reviewed Cross Roads School trus- tees reviewed teacher con- tracts Monday night in an executive session, and in accordance with the state ()pen Meetings lmw, voted on renewal contracts ill an ot)ell meeting following the sessi.n. Several teachers' contracts were not renewed upon the recommendation of principal Dominiek (]reco, apparently t)Ecatlse of prohlems in main- raining discipline. Earlier. in open session. Bot)by II. ,hinEs, a former Cross tloads trustee, took t he hoard to task for allowing his name to be included in a newspaper art icle referring to him as a principal at Cross Roads. It was explained by l)ominick (ireco, superinten- (tent. the reference was con- tained in the Texas Education Agency accreditation report. and that the report was in error concerning Jones. Jones also took The Malakoff NEWS to task for puMishing the TEA claim in the full text of the TEA report without pro- viding an explanation that the FeporI erred. ,Art JOl]eS' re(]uesI, the board xoted to inforn the Tl", A "with all tmssihle histe- of the error concerning Jones. plus additional errors, namely ()lie concerning the anloollt of funds received from federal sources and another concern- ing the alleged lack of proper teacher permits. "All l'm interested in is clearing my name off that list. Jones said, "and I wanl it done in Austin, not here." Mrs. Christine Reynolds. who asked to be l]laced on the , /)oard's agenda, told the trus- tees she felt her civil rights had been violated by the board in not allowing her to speak at the March 17 meeting of the hoard, Although she raised her hand to speak at that meeting, she was not allowed to do so. she said. Larry Norris, in an ex- change of words with Mrs, I{eynolds, referred to a visit to the county judge concerning the alleged violation, and asked her what answer she had gotten from the judge. Mrs. Reynolds accused Norris of following her and "finding out everything I do." Sul]sequentty she told the trustees she planned to carry IIII | BOOKKEEPING ! II AED TaX SRWCE Ip;LEANOR ROBERTSON h. 489-1335 119 N. Terry II her claim to the American Civil IAbErties Llnim. Mrs. Reynolds said she felt that when a particular subject was on the floor, ally person had a right to discuss that mat ter. "We don't lmve lime to put OU)" llanle oil the agenda when you slip up here and hold a meeting." she declared. This in turn brought a retort from the boa,'d presi- denl that "We don't slip up here and have meetings." She also called Trustee Thomas Turlington to task for an after-meeting remark on March 17 hat the board had eltectivel. kept her from sl)eaking at the meeting. Turlington turned to a Malakoff News reporter seated in lhe room and said, '"ihere's the n]an l said it to. If he'd t)een wanting to kee t ) order here he'd keep his mouth shut. I didn't know he was running around here taking notes, t thought- everything wa over." Norris defended recent executive sessions where a school policy manual was approved as legal. "I bare checked on il and it was ](':a]." he said. Mark Reynolds, who filed for the school trustee race. but has thrown his support to other camtidates, took issue with the statement and indicated he would speak on that subject at the next board meet ing. ================================================== ii:; Thelma McQuary :!: Mrs. Thehna McQuary, 66. passed away Tuesday, April 1 in lten(terson County Mem- orial l lospital in Athens. She was a resident of Caney City lor the past four years and a member of Central Baptist Church in Athens. Funeral services will be held Thursday (today) at 2 p,m. at Paschal Funeral tlome in Kerens, Grover C. Bishop, pastor of Central Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Kerens City Cemetery with KRAFT Barbecue NABISCO Crisco Vanilla iP I I 2 LB. French N 3LB. ,, 12 OZ. / $ 79 LIQUID Joy Fries Tide 89 GIANT VWA 49 Sl9 Toweh Fish Sticks lay-up to go 2 pot Brownshoro Five a missed shot, fouled in the act and hit both 8 seconds on the Malakoff the Hughes led all points followed by with 21. Thomas' with 11 and Brownsl)oro with 7. put both Fh'ownsboro into Tournameni at next week-end. 3/s I RUSSETTS Potatoes 10 LB. Avacado / KING ROUND LB. Steak..................S.1,9 PIKE'S PEAK Roast LB. 89 4It eoleol eo o IOID O O O 4t O BONE END RUMP Roast LB. 85 Q It OOllt eqt OO OQ QQOOI eeo TIP TOP Hot Links...LL..59 Paschal VunE,'al Home in EACH SWISS (ROUND) charge of the arrangements, lq 'LB Survivors are her husband, Steak............:...... 1 $ 09 James !:red McQuary of Caney (itv one daughter, Mr. W . been of Jefferson: SUN-KIST two sons, J.'r. McQuarYboth andof r GIIMkllt ARM Royce McQuary. LB Roaa...................79 Ohio: seven grandchildren and three great grand- LB. children, SEVEN LB I'er nephews will be pall- 1 fl bearers. " " Roast...........i......, BOW WOW VINE RIPE Monday Through Saturday Prescriptions Filled 9:00A.M. To 9:00 P.M. Welfare  Medimet Blue Cross Blue Shield Gibson's Prescription Pharmacy Located in Gibson's Dscounf Center 675-7069 Malakoff Side o Athens Tomatoes LB. Lettuce Dog 29 50LB.