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Malskoff New=, IN1 f Malakoff Insurance Agency . Ufe . Home . Bonds . Auto . Commercial Now rapresentlnll American Ufe and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON 489:0512 By STEVE BRIGANCE Derek Jackson were helcl to four points After Johnson sank a freebie, basket. TRINIDAD--TroJan Kyle Floyd each. Trinidad scored five tmcontested points Hill slipped the ball with 1:33( scored 18 points to lead the Trinidad Floyd scored the initial points with to end the first quarter with Cayuga clock and Jenkins then Trojans to a 38-31win over theCayuga 4:51 left in the first period. This was trailing11-5, points on a rebounder to Wildcats in non-district action here soon answered when Hughes sliced the It remained a Trojan ballgame until minute rally by the Wfldcata. Friday. net on a field goal from three feet out. 4:31 showed on the stanza clock. Hill The Trojans added Wayne Hughes tallied 12 points for Hughes soon sank another one to give sank a rebounder to narrow the 30 seconds on the clock wbea Cayuga and Alan Duncan chalked up 11 the Wildcats their only lead of the night. Trojan's lead to 31-26. sank a Jump shot. points in this season opener. Back-to-back jumpers knocked in by Trinidad quickly widened the margin Sharp bad the last word wl~ Brad Elsom sacked up six points for Floyd soon put the Trojans back on top to 26-36 as Floyd sank a free shot and one free shot Just before the night. Jimmy Carter Tim Polk and of things. Jackson and Polk each claimed asounded. speaking, a nervous wreck. Drisklll watched as hie short but pesky troops squeezed out a 55-52 heart= stopper over Scurry-Rosser, marking a successful and thrilling baptism of the new roundball season. The final out- come remained in doubt until the final horn sounded as a small but vocal That gave the 'Cats a 12-9 first period edge, The second period amounted to a shooting duel between the 'Cats' Hughes and Scurry's Session, who demonstrated a classy touch on a five- root baseline Jumper. The half came to a close with nothing have been decided, By SCOTT ELLIOTT CROSS ROADS -- If Ci'oss Roads' basketball season opener here Tuesday night is any indication of what lies ahead for the 1981-82 campaign, then young Bobcat coach Tom Driskill will no doubt end up gray-headed, suffering Pt,.,..,,, gathering of Bobcat falthfuls breathed 22-ali. 1:38 left. Cross Roads then - uw;mue a nun|tin; t, uwa,uma n a deep sigh of relief after vtewing Scurry played Its beat ball of the night free throw by Ruseell 4ss-^s. pa,estme.^t = almost the entirety of the fourth to start the second half, ripping for and subsequent bucket .Coml~otoLHndqond0qCleanlnlSe~cs* quarter on their feet. several unanswered points to claim a up,53-50. Aflerscurrygota -WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES- , The victory might be attributed to advantage with 6 : 28 on the clock, fromGreen, Cain lco( Open Mon.-Fri., Closed Sat. three basic things ... firstly, a But the 'Cats stormed back, out- his invaluable pair of t Bankston's G.E., Melakofl dinflnutive guard-wing named Danny Hughes who was listed un the program Cross Reads High School Major Developer Seeks 1. Pro ts and listings furnished. 2. In-house financing below me oL 3. brninp, $30,000 per year plUS, to top performer. 4. Complete trainin| program end future manapment opportunities available. Call for an Appointment 9 a.m. t05 p.m. 7 days a week Mr. Roe, 451-2092 equal opportuni~/employer in observance of P.O. Box 43412/Seven l ints, Texas 75143 Lr (214) 432-3611/Member FDIC as a sophomore but performed much more like a seasoned veteran in the clutch; secondly, rebounding strength of junior Zabe James, who is probably the only Bobcat who could crack six feet tall on his tiptoes; and thirdly, to some pressure-packed free throw shooting by Dewaine Cain that sealed the triump with but seven ticks left in regulation. Hughes delighted the crowd with his sharpshooting on the perimeters, fast- break buckets and quick hands on defense that produced numerous steals, the last of which resulted in a key field goal for the 'Cats with only 55 seconds remaining in the game. He finished with 25 points, a game-high figure. scoring Scurry, z2-S, over to assume a =)-el dozen marken were including a nifty three-point 5:13 showiug. From that point on the shifted back and forth was tied for the final time at Basketball Schedule 81-82 Data Schod Teams Nov. 17 Scurry-Rseser JVG Nov. 20 Eustace JVG Nov. 24 Trinidad JVB Bet. 1 Eumce JVB 3-5 Trinidad Tournament 8 Scurry-Rovser IVB Dec. 10-12 CrossRoads Tournament Dec. 15 Eustace vg Molakoff VG, JVG 17-19 Koran Tournumunt Jan. 5 Malukoff JVG Jan, 8 Tdnided JVB Jan. 12 Malakoff VB, JVB Jan. 15 Neches JVB Jan. 19 SIocum JVB Jan. 21 " Neches IVG Jan. 26 Sire;urn JVG Jan. 29 Cayuga JVB Fob. 2 Oakwoud JVG Fob. 5 LsPoynor JV8 Feb. 9 Coyup JVG Feb. 12 Odwoed JVB Feb. 16 LePaynor JVG *va, Vfi play on each of the above dates. 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James racked up 13 points but more importantly kept the 'Cats in the hunt with his masterful board work especially on the offensive endl Sun. 1-5, Mon..Sat, 9-5 Hwy, 90 S. G.B.C. Mi, Golf Skirts, T-Shim g Sweaters * Drop By and See Our Selection 6| Publio Notioe cleaning up on what coaches call "garbage" or "trash" shots inside. Cain was unfortunately about as cold as a popalcle in the dead of January from the outside throughout the con- test, but he more than atoned for an off- shooting night by hitting a pair of "must" free throws with the game hanging in the balance. Had he m/Mired onthe freebie tosses, Scurry probably would have gained possession, trailing only 5,1-52, with a good chance of win- nlug. Scurry, which was also unveiling tts season, got fine performances from Tim Session and Lee Green, who ac- counted for 21 and 12 points, respec- tively. Another factor that we/ghed heavily on the outcome was Cross Roads' capacity to break Scurry's press. S-R employed a variety of man and zone presses and traps against the 'Cats, but Drisklll's forces, especially Hughes and Cain, were able to dribble and pass their way through the defense, o/ten- times burning the visitors with easy layups. Loyowoy of Light at 85 g 90, The 9 Scurry rmes l to an early 6-2 lead, but bounced back to take momentary control of the game when Hughes connected on back-to. hack 15-footers, and Cain culminated a picture-porfect last shot play at the first quarter's end with a Jumper in the lane. On March 1, 1981 the Federal Communicetion Commission (FCC) issued an order in its Docket No. 79-105 which changed the method of accounting lfor the costs of labor and material associated with the installation or move of telephone instruments at customers' premises by telephone companies. This change, made effective on or before October 1, 1981, requires that the cost noted above be charged to current operations. Previously these costs were capitalized and spread over the average life of this asset. The effect of this change on Gulf States-United Telephone Company is that it will increase current operating expenses by an amount large enough thee the company must adjust its service connection charges over a two year period. This is necessary so that adequate revenue will be available at the time the expenses are recorded to offset this additional operating cost and will be recovered from only those customers who bring about the cost. Gulf States-United Telephone Company has filed a petition with the Public Utility Commission of Texas for approval of the following changes in its service connection charges: Present Proposed Element Residence Business 1/1/82 1/1/83 Service Order Charge $19,00 $ 22.25 $ 21.75 $ 29.00 Record Order Charge 11.25 13,00 11.00 11,00 Central Office Charge 2.80 3.25 6.95 9.25 Line Access Charge "7.60 9.00 18.60 24.80 Station Wiring Charge 3.20 4.00 7.85 10.45 Station Equipment Charge 3.65 4.25 8.90 12.00 Trip Charge 3.75 4.25 8.40 11,25 Local Loop (Non Switched) 35.00 35.00 50.00 50.00 Mobile Telephone Installation 100.00 100.00 125.00 150.00 Prewiring Charge First Jack A/R A/R 25.00 30.00 Each Additional A/R A/R 14.00 16.00 A/R - As Required Please note that the proposed service connection Charoes are the same for business and residence. No chanHe is proposed in rnonthlyt recurrinoz local service rates. A copy of the information filed is available at your local business office. Opposition or comments concerning these rate changes should be addressed to: Filing Clerk, Public UtiliW Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 40a-N, Austin, Texas 78757. Gulf States. United Telephone Company UNIFIED TlplrpHONe mM 9 H H H