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/- Crime Paying Better, Declares Bill Green Nov. 4, 197S-OFI N.WS-Pqe 8 National Honor iety are pictured left to right, inducted its new back row, Janet Jackson, recently in a Barry Carson, Rhonda ceremony at the Monk, Donna Hughes, De- High School audit- bra Grayer, Lynn Wymore, Members in the soc- Sherry Evus, Tina Green, SEMINAR-These Malakoff High school were among 54 a Talented Youth on "The Making of President, 1976" at Texas Eastern University in Tyler Oct. 26. They are [from left] Loraine Herline, Tina Green, Gall Venable, Donna Hughes, Joan Dukes, Jeff DuBose, Donny Per- kins, Dana Wilson, Gay Venable, Jay Johnson, Jim- my Crouch, James Royall, Gall Venable, and Bubba Hayes. Front row are, left to Sherry Evans, Terri Bum- gardner, Rhonda Cox, Susie Walker and Jimmy Crouch. Talented Youth Seminars are scheduled by members of right, Loralne Herline, An- dra White, Reba Harris, Gay MeSweeney, Robin Harris, Suzanne Mattingly, Lisa Sheiton, and Mary Parks. Texas Eastern University faculty throughout the year in cooperation with the Region VII Education Ser- vice Center in Kilgore. By Donna Alexander Crime is now paying better than it ever has before, especially in the rual areas of Texas, said Ander- son County Attorney Bill Greene in a talk to the Seven Points Businessmen's Club, Oct. 29, at the Round Table Restaurant. Greene, who assumes the office of district attorney for the Third Judicial Dis- trict in January, described the difficulties affecting criminal prosecution in the district. Prosecutors do not have the tools they need to do the job, he charged. The problem is common to all judicial districts in the state, JVs Topple Panthers By 36-18 Score By Benny Rogers The Malakoff Junior Var- sity toppled Mabank's Pan- thers 36-18 last Thursday in Mabank. Both defenses were dom- inant in the opening quarter as each team could only manage one score. The Tigers got their first points of the night on a three-yard run by Reginald Coleman. 7th 8th Grade Tigers took charge in ......................................... """':'" ..... "'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"" the second quarter when .................. .::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...... ............. .....:...................................................................v. | Chuck Chapman connected The R0gem Report i {lames Played onWith tailbaCktoss.a Mabank38"yardMike GivenSscoredtouchdownagain By Benny logers Details of games between but the Tigers held a 20-12 Malakoff's 8th Grade and lead at the halfway mark. Tigers, coming off Until next week remember about others than you can Brownsboro's and Canton's The second belonged to great 7-0 victory over You can tell more about a by what others say about 8th grade teams were given Malakoff as they held Ma- rival Mabank, will person by what he says him--Think about it!! this week by the coachinK bank to six points while the Malakoff defeated Canton Tiger offense scored 16. The first Tiger points of the as they face the i'i: 34-0 and Brownsboro 28-8. second half came on a The last time the two i!i! ii In the Canton game, nine-yard run by Coleman. tgetherwasarundfive ::!::i touchdowns were scored by Chapman added the two ago and the Lions "' On Oct. 29, Chief Richard Boulevard and hit a stop Vinson Barley, Dwayne point conversion. out a controversial Wilson was dispatched to a sign. Grayer, Scot Sciardo and Coleman added the final Winner. fire at the Allied Service On Oct. 26, a car driven by Jerry Graves (2). Russell Tiger points late in the final the game this Station! A t Malakoff man Cynthia G. Compton of Rogers intercepted a pass quarter on a twyard scam- is undefeated ad ni -= siva .,^-L and ....... .  o  ....    Malakoff smashed into the and returned it 50 yards, per around left end. Chap starts while h forgot to take te hose out of right side of a vehicle driven Extra points were scored by man once again added the a 5 3 record Of " the gas tank. He pulled by Waymon A. Ashley at Scott Sciardo and Vinson two point conversion giving these records won't away, breaking off the tank, the intersection of College Bailey. John Cross and the Tigers the 36-18 win. a thing when they setting off sparks and a fire. Street and Highway 31. Curtis Ivy were responsible With the win the Tigers night. Also we One pump was destroyed. Susan N. Adams was for two fumble recoveries, upped their season record to that the Tigers There was no damage to the traveling east on Highway The Malakoff eighth graders 7-0. In district competition been known to knock vehicle. Malakoff Volunteer 31 on Oct. 29, when a car lost one fumble, they hold a 5-0 mark. seemingly bound Firemen put the fire out driven by Reed A. Lawson of In the Brownsboro game, The jayvees will do battle district title, promptly.  Kemp could not stop on a Vincent Bailey scored on a with Kaufman for the dis- probably the biggest On Oct. 30, Chief Wilson slick road and collided with seven yard run. Dwayne trict championship in Tiger of the week will be went to a local fire at the the rear of her car. There Grayer scored twice on runs Stadium on Thursday {Nov. Thursday iNov. 4) at Percy McLainresidence on was heavy damage to both of seven yards and five 4). Stadium when Coach Woodard Street. The fire vehicles. Officer Clark in- yards. Vincent Barley Wilson and his jay- was confined to the back vestigated, scored on as even yard run, Bond Sales with Kaufman part of the home. Malakoff and Howard Driver scored district champion Vohinteer Fire Department MHS Vote on a five yard run. Grayer iayvees will carry dispatched one vehicle, and Driver both scored August sales of Series E and a On Oct. 29, Chief Wilson Gives Nod conversion points, and H United States Say - defense into the and Officer BfllClark arrest- Covering fumbles were ings Bonds in Henderson along with an urn- ed a Malakoff man on a Scot Sciardo, Grayer, and county were reported today 7-0 record. A loss county theft warrant and To Carter Keith Ratliff. by County Bond Chairman give them no worse turned him over to the Jerry Graves was respon- Pat Neill. Sales for the second place finish Sheriff's Office. sible for a 35-yard pass eighth-month period totaled best a tie for first. Oct. 30, Officer Clark took By Benny Rogers reception from John Cross. $93,583 for 49 percent of the time is set for 7:00 a Malakoff man into custody Presidential election held at Kevin Ferrell blocked a 1976 sales goal of $190,000. seventh and eighth for drunk in a vehicle and Kittens both suffered no drivers license after he MHS last Monday are any punt. Texas sales during the was stopped for driving indication of the actual The entire defense played month amounted to defeats last down the middle of Highway outcome, Jimmy Carter will well and the offensive line $26,412,532, while sales for blocked well, according to the first eight months of be the next President of the Coach Leudeker. 1976 totaled $188,888,470 The eighth grad- 31. Were blanked 24-0. On Nov. 1, Officer Clark, United States. Carter out- the seventh Deputy Choice Lovelady, totaled President Ford 105 226. Russell Tarver andDeputyRollisoninvesti- to46. Only 45 percent of the OUR INTEREST IS IN YOU thelneKittentuch" gatJlaburglarlyatPhillips schl's enrllment Partici" 00lav.arrO, ngs Appliance Center. A 19-inch pated in the election held by than the Tigers- color television set was the Student Senate. av" game this past taken. A glass in the front Carter narrowly edged out in district action door was smashed to gain Ford in the Senior class 18-14. Fifty-five percent of Point edged Canton entry. i3rownsboro blanked On Nov. 1, Clark took an the seniors bothered to vote. 34-0 and Kaufman Athens manintocustodyon Around 50 percent of the Association Grand Saline 64-0. Highway 90 North for drunk Junior class voted. Carter and Ford split the votes with two weeks remain in in vehicle. for the title. On Oct. 30, Officer Clark each gaining 21 votes. Malakoff 02 F: Royall 489-1957 Ford was soundly defeat- investigated a one-car acci- ed in both the Sophomore ...... dent caused by a foggy and Freshman classes. Motor Repair windshield. Mrs. Sonita , Marina Maxine Dingier was turning Sophomores gave Carter a Mechanic off Terry Street onto Royall 27-5 win while the Freshman gave him a 39-6 advantage. Baptist Church Faculty members also par- ticipated in the election and Program Set they gave Ford a 16-6 IOKKEEPIN G margin. Three were still November 7 undecided. I PH. 489-1335 The First Baptist Church Heaw Textures 19N. Terry, Malkoff on Walker Street will pre- For Call Out Orden 489-1895 sent a special program on Spring, 1977, fashion fab- A. JONES O.D. Sunday Nov. 7, at 3 p.m. rics are heavily textured, BEGINNING WEEKLY FAMILY SPECIALS OPTOMETRIST with the General Theme; ranging from pique and 5 e. M. To 10 e. M. J S. Palestine, Box 889 "Strengthening Worship seersucker to woven terry   Wed. Afternoons Through Fellowship." cloth and duck. Many have Athens. Tx. A visiting choir from The a handwoven look and seem Steak Finger Basket Mount carmel Baptist almost heavy enough for Church of Waco, Texas will upholster instead of dresses AMPBELL'S present special music. Local and suits, Margret Ann EXPERT members will present a Vanderpoorten, clothing With French Fries & Salad "Pageant", portraying the specialist with the Texas tEPAIR twelve sons of Jacob, accord- Agricultural Extension Ser- $119 Phone675-3132 ing to Rev. Walter S. vice, The Texas A&M Uni- X Athens, Texas Mitchell, pastor, versity System, says, not just the Third District, he said. Crowded dockets, delay in trying cases, and the state laws which affect probation and paroles all favor the criminal in Texas, Greene said. The situation is be- coming worse in rural areas because the difficulty in bringing accused offenders to trial encourages criminals to move out from the metropolitan areas where there are more courts, and more prosecuters to handle the volume of criminal cases. "There are numerous murder cases on the Hen- derson County dockets," Greene said, "some of them dating back to 1962. They are just lying there dormant. I don't know why, but the people need to know." After two or three years it is almost impossible to try a case, the attorney explained. "People move away, wit- nesses die, memories fade. It's taking too long...and I don't care how good your sheriff's department is, your local police, or your burglar alarms, if the cases aren't tried, you have no deterrent against crime." Greene said that among other things he is going to ask commissioners courts in Henderson, Anderson and Houston Countys to employ an assistant district at- torney for'each county. In Houston County, he said, the DA's office doesn't even have a telephone listing. Greene said he plans to contact the East Texas Council of Governments a- bout possible federal grants to pay salaries of the assis- tant district attornies. CORONATION HELD-- Timmy Ingram and Cathy Litchfidd were named king and queen of the Halloween Coronation held last Thurs- day at Cross Roads. A total of $2,003.80 was raised by the coronation admissions and various booths and stands during the annual event. The coronation raised $1,254.53, and the booths and stands at the carnival took in $749.27. The faculty, parents and students thanked those who contributed to the success of the carnival. Proceeds will be used to buy things for the school. CATALOG SALE AGENCY 67%5664 Ladies Name Brand DRESSES 20% Off Variety Of Cob Ladies PANT SUITS 20% Off =24900 =2IT =3200 Now =25" =44900 Now =3600 s229s Now s499s N0w Men's SUITS One Group 20% Off MERIT, HIS, LEVI PANATELA & CAMPUS Reg. '72 =57" Reg. '125 qO0 Men's & Boy's COATS & JACKETS Vinyl, Suede Leath, CPO, Quilted Nylon, Genuine Leather & Suede Trim Denim Jackets Lined & Unlined '11" to =89" Men's VAN HEUSEN, HIS & CAMPUS Dress & Sport SHIRTS Prints, Solids &Pat00 $6 '16 Name Brand Men's SLACKS 20% Off Reg. '16 to 20 Checks & Plaids REDWING, ACME 6" Lace & OUTOOORMANS WORK SHOES 8" Safety Toe & BOOTS Welington In Oil Treated $14