Actually, Morrow boards (Spoon in particular) from that era were made in the good ol' USA (Salem OR) and made well.
And to all the "get a new board" suggesttions, I wish it was that easy just to pony up the capital whenever I had that itch.
If you are really in love with that deck (or need it as a rock board) you could get a reputable shop to t-bolt a 4 hole pattern into it. T-bolt? Where they put a conical head bolt with a p-tex cover over the bolt countersunk through the base, providing what looks like a factory insert from the top. This would allow you usage of any 4x4 bindings on the market.
A good shop will charge $5 a t-bolt X 8 holes= $40 and then highly suggest a wax at the least, a tune with base grind would be best, to make the t-bolts look factory.