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Hog & Sons Book Bindery , SprlnSport, MAth. 49284 ANN ROUNSAVAIA. Following an aborted meeting called ber to replace Les Crews who moved wouldn't agree to serve the limited re-elected as presidentfor April 6 and cancelled due to the lack from the district Carl Anderson term then Larry Callaway should be board of trustees of a quorum the board Tuesday night suggested that Homer Ray Trimble be approached. Trustee Mark Ferrell meeting Tuesday night, canvassed votes of the April 4 election considered. Speed said that he felt the agreed with Speed. with Cox will be Ron and swore in elected officials Jan Sneed two candidates who were unsuccessful Cox told the board that he had spoken president and Carl An- as a new member and Charles Morman in the April 4 election should be con- with Trimble, and that he had consen- for a second term. sidered, and that Walter Louis Jackson ted to serve if appointed. ed meeting called Discussing appointment for a mere- should be asked first. If Jackson It was a concensus of the board that the three suggested candidates be ap- proached prior to the May meeting to see if they would be willing to serve, A decision will be made at that time. 'Superintendent Jack Murray repor- ted to the board that the district may have a $170,669 deficit in tax collections in relation to the budgeted amount. The difference in the budget figures are due mainly to veteran and local exemptions that came in after the tax roll was presented to the board. Murray said the district may have $25,000 less in actual money to operate on. Current tax collections are running at See IOAI{I), page I I :IATION 1980 The Heartbeat Of This Progressive Territory" cents single copy YEAR, NUMBER 19' Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 75145 4594)531 THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1981 By BENNY ROGERS build for the stars in the third quarter LEVELLAND--The Malakoff 11-12 as they outscored Crockett 10-2 to lead All Stars overcame a second round set- 31-21 going into the final quarter. Billy back to Crockett here Saturday night Hughes and Grady Baker led the quar- with a 36-31 victory over the same ter's brilliant defensiveoutburst. Crockett team in the finals of the 1981 Crockett threw fear into the eyes of Little Dribbler National Tournament to the All Stars and their backers, opening claim the national championship,the period with eight unanswered The top spot finish at the national tallies to cut the disadvantage to 31-29. tourney marks the group's secondDonnie Hodge, Ashlock and Hoyt hit national title in the past three years, buckets in the final minutes to thwart The All Stars captured the prestigious the Crockett comeback attempt. title as 9-10 year olds in 1979 and earned In the tourney opener over Meade, a fourth place finish last year in their lloyt, with 14, and Ashlock, with 12, first season as major divisioners, combined for 26 points and Thomas ad- Malakoff's 9-10 All Stars also reaped ded eight. Baker and Hodge ignited a success in the national meet, claiming super defensive effort in the second an impressive third place finish. The half. local stars were eliminated by Lit- Crockett's Rodney McKnight's 24 tlefield, 46-32. Littlefield also handed points and hard luck on the offensive Malakoff a 37-27 first round loss. The 9- end led to the All Stars' downfall in the I0 group recorded wins over Madison- second round. After scoring nine first rifle, 28-26, Crowe]l, 41-35 and Twin quarter points the All Stars scored It Counties, 35-28. points the rest of the way. The national champs opened the In the wins over Livingston and tourney with a 41-34 come-from-behind Dalhart the Ashlock and lloyt corn- victory over Meade, Kansas, before bination continued to set the pace. Mike suffering the stunning 36-20 second Lowry, Paul Loper, Baker and ttodge round loss to Crockett. After the loss the joined in the scoring cause. stars reeled off wins over Livingston, Before reaching the finale with 41-33, Dalhart, 44-36 and New Baden, Crockett the All Stars had to defeat Illinois, 27-19, before thechampionship- longtime nemesis New Baden, who gaining winoverCrockett, eliminated the stars in the national The All Stars bounced back from a 16- meet last year. A brilliant defensive ef- 5 first quarter deficit in the tourney fort had the All Stars on top 20-6 going finale to capture the top prize. The stars into the final quarter. errupted for 17 second stanza markers Despite trailing by only a single point ~ behind the shooting of Mike Hoyt and going into,the final period and a 2t-point Greg Ashlock to move ahead 21-19 at performance from Bar~ ~easley, the 9- the half. Clyde Dowell, Andy~Thomas, 10 All Stars fell to evehtual runner-up, and Sean Stenovitch also added tallies. The lead and momentum continued to See ('ilAMPS, page 6 m anqu ay ONE!!! Malakoff's 11-12 All Stars returned home from the National Tournament as national champions. The top spot program's second title in three years. The 9-10 All Stars capturing a third place finish. Members of the national champions pictured with their trophies are: (Bottom Row l.to.r) Mike Lowry, Billy Hughes, Greg Ashlock, Donnie Hodge and Clyde Dowell. (Middle Row b-to- t) Paul Loper, Mike Hoyt, Willie Smith and Andy Thomas. (Top Row l-to-r) Scan McKean, Sean Stenoviteh and Grady Baker. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) Tickets are now on sale for the annual athletic program Will be honored. Malakoff All Sports Banquet to be held May 5. The banquet will be held at Hen- Tickets are $4.50 per person and can derson County Junior College and will be obtained from Booster Club mem- begin at 7 p.m. bers. Tickets are available from Jan All parents of athletes are urged to Sneed, Melissa Spivey, Coach Phil attend the banquet where the entire Trice andBeckyJordan. Henderson County is underway this week from throughout the m.arket hog weigh-in and sifting began at 8:30 a.m. today Feeding records and rate of gain con- (Thursday). 4-H and Future Farmers tests will be held Friday in addition to of America livestock judging contest the dairy and beef cattle shows and the and youth horse show will also be held Little Britches Rodeo for the young age today, as well as the shop project con- groups. test. Saturday's activities begin with the market hog show and will also include the poultry and rabbit shows, the Little Britches Rodeo for the older age group and a drawing for the raffle calf. (See schedule of events) dar of events TERRELL HERITAGE TRAIL ~ Trail of Homes, an annual springtime event in the East Texas be held this year on Saturday and Sunday, April 25th and Easter. MEETINGS f City Council will meet in regular session Monday, April 27 at 7 Club will be held Monday, April 27, at the lodge hall in will meet Tuesday, April 28, at noon at the Harbor House meeting. meet Tuesday, April 28, at the lodge hall in Malakoff. Banquet will be held Friday, April 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Center in Trinidad. SAVINGS TIME BEGINS ..... APRIL 26 EATERS RAISE $320.80 FOR MALAKOFF BOY SCOUTS Pancake day was $424.60 held Saturday, April 11. After all ex- a net amount of $320.80 was left for the Malakoff Boy Scouts, of the Pancake Day sponsored by the Malakoff Lions s made the day a success. General chairman of the McLain has thanked everybody: the pancake ticket the Boy Scouts, and those who made other con- are so pleased with the exceptional turn-out for this was raised exceeded our goal and our guests seemed to IMENT LOOKING FOR LOST COMRADES Regiment whose history dates back to April 1880 (then 3uard) is looking for former members of the rved during World War I, World War II and Peace Time. The will be held in Dallas, June 26-28, 1961. ttion please contact Leonard E. Wilkerson, 11121 Visalia Dr., NKIN ASSEMBLY OF GOD TO HOLD REVIVAL of God will have a revival Monday, April 27-Saturday, held each night at 7:30 p.m. at the Trinidad Community Munns will be speaker for the service. Special music The Rasco Family. GOSPEL MUSIC Commerce will sponsor a gospel music concert at the t 7 p.m. Saturday night and will include Billy Abby Singers Lakeside Singers of Trinidad, and The Laymen will be free. TUESDAY, APRIL Breeding hogs may begin arriving ................................. 5 p.m. Princess and queen contests ................................... 6:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, APRIL Breeding hogs must be in place .................................... 8 a.m. Breeding hog show ............................................. 10 a.m. Breeding hogs may leave grounds ............................. 12:30 p.m. Livestock exhibits may begin arriving ............................. 2 p.m. High school rodeo ........................................ ..... 7:30 p.m. All livestock exhibits must be in place ............................. 10 p.m. THURSDAY, APRIL 23 Exhibitors breakfast ........................................ 6:30-8 a.m. Steer weigh in & sifting ........................................ 8:30 a.m. Market hog weight in & sifting ................ Immediately following steers 4-H & FFA livestock Judging contest ............................... 1 p.m. Shop project Judging ............................................. 2 p.m. 4-H & FFA youth horse show ...................................... 6 p.m. FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Exhibitors breakfast ........................................ 6: 304 a.m. Feeding records contest judging .................................. 8 a.m. Rate of gain contest winners announced ............................ 9 a.m. Take market hog pictures ..................................... 9:15 a.m. Dairy show .................................................. 9:30 a.m. Beef cattle show ................................................ 12 p.m. Little Britches Rodeo (young age groups) .......................... 7 p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL Exhibitors breakfast ........................................ 6: 30-8 a.m. Market hog show ................................................ 7 a.m. Poultry & rabbit entries in place ................................... 8 a.m. Poultry show Judging ............................................ 9 a.m. Rabbit show Judging. 9 a.m. Present Woodrow Walker Memorial Award ...................... 1:30 p.m. 4-H & FFA premium auction ................................... 1:45 p.m. r Check out time .................................................. 7 p.m. Present Elsie Rosson Apprelcatlon Award .......................... 7 p.m. Present Martin D. "Sonny" Pickens Memorial Award ................ 7 p.m. 7 m Parade of champions ............................................ p.. Little Britches Rodeo (older age groups) ........................... 7 p.m. Drawing for raffle calf .............. ............................. 9 p.m. LISA MORTON, grand champion rooster owner for the past two years, has her fowl ready to show again this year at the tlenderson County IAvestock Show, (Courtesy photo by Tom Wylie) \