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Duncaville Daily News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Duncanville, Texas DUNCANVILLE líor.g & Sons Book Bindery Kpringport, Michigan 49284 OFFICIAL PUaHGAT40ff0f THf SÜPfRB SUBURB ,16, Number 9 Dunoanviiie, Texas Four Sections Thursday, January 3, 1974 w Sweeny Wins Crown SWAAU Tournament ■*f . 2 3 < m i F J. 5 . . - 10 11 12 à IJ li 17 18 19 » 22 23 24 25 26 2(2S 30 31 J I ««i m ''A »» the Girl Of The Jl/lonth bi«The Suburban's January Girl Of The Month, »mM Duncanville High School senior is the NHr.tBd Mrs. Alex Louis, 819 Jangle Drive. She tMieabtrolthe annual staff four yews; fai the High ^¡wi, ud is a lieutenant this year; National Honor Society two years; Who's Who her junior year; Future Teachers of Amer/ra three years; and is a member of the Scribunt staff. She is a member of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church. Session Wednesday f Council met in ll^ion Wednesday l»le for The |l« gel the news for »paper. I included: 'or a City il 2 and appoint-1 judge, final reading ^li «(¡dinance. ' of the energy ran out of Cherry. 5) Discuss insurance coverage of City employees. 6) Review a study of industrial development and zoning. 7) Hear a request of Rev. Bruce Lecates of the Wesley-an Church to park a mobile home at the church from Jan. 21-28 for an evangelical family. . ........ 8) Accept a letter from 'ifDwember and its KBOX radio seeking a list of lor Januaru jjq^ pressing community problems. 9) Accept Councilman Bill Wyman's resignatioji^ jnd consider a successoTeither by appointment or election. 10) Discuss legislative matters. • «eet the City's "^ing services. 'ilia *Departme -from ment to ^ -' Street to W« from Center to Begins for Diana i S I Schools Go On i ¡Daylight | Saving Time Duncanville schools will go on Daylight Saving Time with the rest of the nation, beginning with g tne first classes Monday. Tne nation returns to Daylight Saving Time | Sunday a.s part of the administration's measur- ¡^ es to combat the energy snoriage. Tne Board of Educa-lion mot in a special 'j: session Dec. 27 and voted ^ to retain t,le same sohed-uU' wnen the clocks are moved forward Sunday, t^* Tne students' school day will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:.'i0 p.m. except for students wno have a 7:30 a.m. class. Tne teacher.s' | nours are 8 a.m. to 3:45 g % p.m. The Unheralded Sweeny Bulldogs put on a fourth-quarter rally to upset favored Canyon. 61-58, to win the 23rd annual SWAAU Girls Basketball Tournament championship here Saturday night. Canyon, which had smashed its way past Slidell, 69-38, Malakoff, 104 53, and Duncanville, 76-46, to reach the finals, appeared to have the game under control as it led by 15 points in the third quarter. But Sweeny's strong surge at the finish capped off a string of surprises. Sweeny, which was making its third appearance in the tournament, had won only one game in its two previous trips to Duncanville. The Bulldogs dropped two straight in the 1971 tournament and lost in the .second round of play to champion Robinson last year. But this time they came through with big plays in the clutch. They defeated Prairiland in the first round, 57-41. Prairiland went on to win the consolation championship. The Bulldogs had to get by a good Rivercrest team in the •second round and did it with ea.se, 67-36. Spearman proved a bit tougher in the seminfin als, but they won that game, 48-37. Spearman, which had fallen in the finals the past three years to Robinson, had a battle on its hands in defeating Duncanville, 38-34, for third place in the championship bracket. The Lynxettes led the Panther-ettes just 22-20 at halftime, but widened that advantage to 32-24 after three quarters. Duncanville outscored them in the final quarter, 10-6, but fell short in the victory bid. Prairiland, after its opening-round loss to Sweeny, won the consolation title with victories over Red Oak, 74-49, Cooper, 53 51, and Celeste. 61 33. Carroll won third place in consolation with a win over Ciwper, 44-28. Carroll had lost in the first round to Robinson, 65-57, then come back with a win over Slidell, 61 .52, before dropping an overtime decision to Celeste, 49 44, in the consolation semifinals. CiK)per had lost to Grand view in the first round, 61-33, then beaten St. John, 43-32, and Archer City, 67 .54, before falling to Prairiland in the semifinals of consolation, 53 51. Linda Williams of Sweeny was named outstanding forward and Lynn Davis of Canyon was outstanding guard. Selected to the First Team All Tournament were guards Katherine Smith, Sweeny; Deborah Moore, Sweeny; and Khristi Gre.ssett, Spearman; and forwards Alisha Nelson, Canyon; Terri Kornegay, Sweeny; and Robena John son. Canyon. SECOND TEAM: Guards ^ Virki Wf)odall, Prairiland; .Judy McBri>om, Canyon; and Holly Hall, Duncanville. Forwards Peggy Floyd, Spearman; Sue Thrailkili, Duncanville; and Connie Mc-Knight, Prairiland. THIRD TEAM: Guards Revonia Savage, Rivercrest; Pat John.son, Sweeny; and Barbara Hamm, Carroll. Forwards Sherry Stephens, Cooper; Debbie Abernathy, Celeste: and Kathy Harston, Carroll. Marie Gage of Archer City won the free throw shootihg contest with 9 of 10 in the finals. Karen Walker of Duncanville was selected as Tournament Queen. Alpha. Inter. World's Mership. onj for ^^ lot a ESA will recognize this woman at its annual DIANA Awards presentation Jan. 20 at the First Christian Church. ■**ttraanw/ nomination form has J Iriv.n "»'fed to all Duncanville clubs and organizations. Anyone interested in obtain-'"K a form to nominate a person they feel has given exceptional service to others should contact Judi Culpepper »» 298-0125. Nominees must be E5A meiwbers. . The winner and four Tfnal-.TO f ' ^ «hosen according ^tly outsUjjdin^ cpntribu- inliV judges of l^"»»»«»«; of five respected "xilviduals in the community. given remarkable of service other,; a iher »hd of love. ^«rhave she Tickets On Sale For Chamber's Annual Banquet Tickets for the annual Duncanville Chamber of Commerce Installation Banquet are on sale now at the Chamber office. 203 James Collins Boulevard. Sen. John Tower will be the principal speaker at the banquet which will be at 7 p.m. Saturday. Jan. 26, at the Hyatt House Del Monte Ballroom in Dallas. Tickets for the banquet are $7.50 each. First Baby Of 1974? Glenda Faye Boone is believed to be Duncanville's "First Baby of 1974." Sne was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Boone. 1309 Elsmere, at 8:44 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1, at Stevens Park Osteopathic Hospital. Glenda's was the first birth of 1974 reported to The Suburban this week. The deadline for the First Baby C'mtest is Tuesday, Jan. 8. Winner of the contest will receive a number of prizes from Duncanville merchants. Tne new arrival weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces. She has a 6 year-old brother, Mackey, and a SVj-year-old sister, Bobbie Ann. Boy Hayes To Locate Another new car dealership will locate near Duncanville in the near future, according to an announcement this week. One of the largest Chevrolet dealerships in the nation. Earl Hayes Chevrolet, will become Bob Hayes Chevrolet Jan., 3.» Earl Hayes, in business since 1945, will remain active in the business and continue to own a considerable portion of it when it is renamed for his son who has been president since 1965. The announcement, comes as groundwork is under way for relocation of the dealership in Edcar Village at Wheatland Road, Highway 67 and IH20 by the summer of 1975. ^ The dealership will be Members of the Sweeny team accept from Dnocanville Athletic Director Bill Savage the trophy for winning the championship of the 23rd annual SWAAU Giria Basicetball New Addition To Be Presented A preliminary plat on a new addition will be submitted at tne City Plan Commission meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at tne Council and Courts Building. Developer Eddie Pelt will present a plat for Windmill Hill Addition south of Green Hills and Greenway Estates and east of Clark Road. It will ^ he f<ir Residential-IA zoning. Chevrolet Near Here located on 12 and 2/3 acres in the triangle area which is in t.he fastest growing portion of Dallas County. Bob Hayes Chevrolet will have a 60,000 square-foot facility housing a vehicle display area, offices, customer service areas and a modern aheadof-its-time service depart ment. Included in the Hayes operat ion is new car sales and .service, car and truck leasing, used car sales, rental cars and fleet sales and leasing. "This name change is really just symbolic. We're still the same people giving the same service, but with an eye to the next 28 years," commented Bob Hayes who joinecl his father in 1960. Tournament here Monday night. They toolc the Utie with a 61-58 win over Canyon in the finals. Tournament Sweetheart Karen Walker ef DoBcaBville was selected as tUa year's sweetiwvt el the SWAAU CSri»^ I^sketiMnTe«rBa■eBt. She was preseated a trepky isr tke heMr by Te« Mt. praiteC ef Dncaayiila Scfaod Board: Karea, dai«hter el Mr. aad Mrs. SwMiy Waft^ was the third DuncaaviDe giri to receive the hsMr ef t were Joan Evaas in 1961 and Jaake McJaaUa hi 1970.
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