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Avanti Soc!ety Formed By Arts, Crafts Group Dunng Meeting At Gun Barrel City By Donna Scheibe The Avanti Society was christened Monday night as members of the arts and crafts oriented group met in Brawner ttall al Gun Barrel City. Members chose the name from a list of 24 proposed by members of the Cedar Creek Lake based or- ganization. Avanti, an Italian word meaning to go forward or to advance, was felt by members to best express the goals of the sociel.y which hopes to e a community center estab- Brown&apos;s Western Western Post SHIRTS Good Selection of Long Sleeve Short Sleeve Western SHIRTS price  Reg. 18-13 Sl5 . 00llSO Good Selection of Tony Lama, U-Toe, Justin, Wrangler, Texas Boots, Boy's Western Hats s69s Hwy. 90 & 175 at the flashing light Mabank 9:00 to 6:00 Tuesday - Saturday Save 11,300 cubic feet of gas* a year! The Carrier 58ES furnace has an electronic ignition system'll be pleased with its quiet operation. BUY NOWI FactoryRebate $50 $100 Add the famous Carrier Round One air conditioner now and for a limited time you will save $50 to $100, 38GR - 24.000-60000 BTU's. Savings eepend on size of unit lished in the area dedicated to advancement of all the per- forming and visual arts and promotion of local artists. In recent years the Cedar Creek Lake area has attracted many talented artists and creative artisans. Their work has been displayed at several serve many purposes -- as a meeting place for civic organ- izations and social clubs, as a theatre for amateur produc- tions, as an exhibition hall for arts and crafts, and as a 'center for instruction and classes. Until money is available for arts and crafts shows in construction of the center, Kemp, Mabank, Athens, and explained Don Ray, acting in local shops. At least two of chairman of Avanti, activities the local artists, notably Carl will be planned at different First and Tom Hamilton, have gained recognition else- where and their paintings are in galleries in Dallas, Hous- ton, and other major cities. Because of the interest shown by the public in the arts and crafts exhibits many towns around the lake. In this way the group hopes to attract membership from all communities in the area. Ray and Green are cur- rently visiting civic organiza- tions in the different towns surrounding Cedar Creek local residents have seen a Lakeasking for support of the need to form an organization new group and participation which would coordinate all the on an area wide basis. efforts and to establish a Financial matters were dis- permanent exhibition hall cussed and the possibility of where shows could be sched- scheduling a fund raising uled on a regular, planned event within the next few basis. The Avanti Society is the result of their efforts. Location of a permanent center was a major topic of discussion Monday night. Three sites are being consid- ered, reported Tom B. Green, commi:tee chairman. Prop- erty has been offered in the Tri-Cities development area at the boundaries of Mabank and Gun Barrel City, he said. A second possibility is the property owned by the City of Mabank where the ball fields are located. A third suggestion, Green said, was to purchase the old Rhodes Hotel in Mabank, situated by the railroad tracks. The hotel is one of the few remaining historic stuc- Lures in Mabank and restora- tion of the building would be an especially appropriate pro- ject for the Bicentennial year, Green said. Whatever the decision of the group, the center will .00wimj (Saves you slightly more than the average monthly residential I g,, ui,.) Add a Carrier Electronic Air Cleaner, It removes smoke. / ,/ pollen and dust particles too small to see. You will have a healthier home. 31MM Electronic Air Cleaner 58ES Furnace Install a Carrier Humidifier and you will save additional dollars in the winter simply because you will be warmer at a lower temperature, lll ii CALL US NOW AND SAVE! m 'Conservative eshmaebase O normal usage NO.  ottmn9 miler "*Especially for service" Comfort Air Conditioning Henderson County, U.S.A. Day or Night 432-3363 weeks. Ray will chair the committee, assisted by Shir- ley Smith, Fred Engel, Mike Eubanks, LaNetle Gilreath, and Jane Dunlap. Various suggestions were made about sponsored activi- ties: a children's art show, a Christmas arts and crafts exhibit, a talent show, or an original musical presenting a review of local events, a piano recital, sponsoring a well known artist for local appear- ance. Members were asked to make a list of suggestions and present them at the next meeting. Alene Harris was appointed as chairman of a committee to plan the first sponsored activity which is tentatively scheduled before the end of the year. Serving with Mrs. Harris are Linda Engel, Mari- lyn Cox, Donna Scheibe, and Lois Williams. The group will meet again September 29 at Brawner Hall beginning at 7:30. Member- ship is open to all. For information, call Margo Green at 451-1491, or any of your local newspapers. Numbers Game COLLEGE STATION -- The "numbers game" may sometimes tend to get a little confusing when agricultural projections or estimates are issued. But there is one number that is currently bearing heavily on the total cattle industry of the nation -- the immense number of feeder cattle on farms and ranches. "That, along with only a moderate increase in cattle feeding, is the key reason for the continued low cattle prices," contends Dr. Ed Uvacek, livestock marketing specialist for the Texas Agri- cultural Extension Service. There were about 59.2 miUion head of feeder cattle on hand as of July 1, and Uvacek estimates that some 6.6 million of these will be slaughtered as non-fed cattle and calves during the remain- der of this year. GE RAL ACTUAL USE REPORT ,H, qING GEE?2, vUE S ,atNG PROVIDES FEDERAL FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS YOUR GOVERNMEIT'MU$1" PUBUSH TP S q-D;q: ,:2.ISN&'U HOW THESE FUNDS HAve BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1. 1974. THRU JUNE 30, 1975. TH:5  - ,,.?:, VSL 2F YOU,q GOVERNMENT'S PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE FUNDS HOULD:Eb,,'E OTE ANY COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THESE FUNDS MAY BE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF REVENUE 3H&RING. WASi'q:'.G'fON D C 20226 11 , i .,-"..AL XPENDITURE. IA) CATEGORIES 3 CAPGAL C} OPERATING / ' MAI NTENANCE 1 PUBLICSAFET'f oe",,- ,% l ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ,=-9;>-""u =r,,-m,vu 3 PUBLIC TRANSPOmATOn ;.'? 2, ff- . .*LTH .$ 311.15 s RECREATION o L, BRARIES SO00. O0 S 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FOAGEDORPOOR  $ B FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION S 9 MULTPURPOSEANO _L_2_ G,NERAL GOVT )' ",. ,..")" 10 EDUCATION  11 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 12 HOUSING& COM- MUNIT>I t'Y VEL O/11 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT $ $ I," ! IS ,0TA  ),3q.5.32 $699.00 NONDISCRIMINATION REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET (E CEFtTIFICATt3N ; certify ma I am the Chief Executive Qfficer and, wt', respect t, the :ntt[ement funds reorted hereon. I cerU that they hgv:, n3: boon ,sad m wolaton of either the pr rity i xpeliture rtlwrim?qt tS hO' 103) or the matching funds pl hibitt( n (Section I'34: ,f t.L,-C! . ' ..,."" THE GOVERNMENT HqL.:KrJF'F CI TY OF has rerewed Gen'el Revenue Sharing payments 1otahng .".'i., 232 ,t,,lhMJ,,,lll,,,,dllJl,,hll,,,,li,.,lhb,U.,l , , M lk/ {0) TRUST FUND REPORT [refer to instruction D) ,8,,an<easofJneO. 97, s _',__v-_ - 2 Revenue Sharing Funds ........ Rerewed from July I. 1974 thru June 30. 1975 $ -"., ,E 3 Interest Recewed o CrediteO (July 1. 1974 thru June 30. 1975) $ "' 4 Funds Released from Obligations $ . mof,i,es,.Z .,l 3q7'1.10 . 6. Funds Returned toORS $ 7 Total Funds Available $ 8 Totel Amount Expended (Sum of line 15. column B and column C) $ 9. Saltlnce as of June 30. 1975 $ 7229.7 ' ' Y I" (F) THE NEWS MEDIA HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT A COMPLETE COP OFTH S REPORT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED tN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCU. LATION I HAVE A COPY OF THIS REPORT AND RECORDS OOCUMENTING THE CONTENTS THEY ARE OPEN FOR PUBLIC SCRUTINY A I Page 12 MALAKOFF NEWS coming winter feeding season. A lack of fertilizer use along with varying rainfall resulted in some rather poor quality hay this spring and summer, points out a forage specialist for the Texas Agricultural Still Chance For Hay Crop PASCHAL' Fall moisture is generally ucers are encouraged to adequate over much of Texas, enter hay samples in the State and with adequate use of Hay Show set for Oct. 14 near fertilizer,still be tOpproducedqUality forhay canthe Sept.Austin'24.Deadlie for entries is Emergecyn Tips For Trip When making a trip, plan a Ambulance schedule that considers the chidren's regular meal and bed times, advises Mrs. Ilene Extension Service. For good Miller, Family life education quality hay, use adequate specialist with the Texas PHONE 489 1 amounts of nitrogen fertilizer Agricultural Extension Ser- m and harvest the hay at the vice, The Texas A&M Uni- proper stage of growth. Pro- versity System. Del Monte PRUNES TOWEL$00 lb. pkt. i i Jumbo VSl i 49'00 MIX 69 SAVINGS? Crisco Sugary 3 lb. SHORTENING..................s.169 Y Vine Ripe Delious APPLES 33 ******************************** lb. Thompson Seedless GRAPE S,.o**,**,,,,,,**,,,,,,,.**.., o3911. 49 Giant Sll9 SAVINGS.  Round S TEAK............................*.149 T.Bone lb. S TEAK.....;......................s.149 lb. Loin STEAK s149 ooeoooeooooooooioooeo.ooooooo lb. Club S TEAK.............................s.149, Arm ROAST............... Seven GROUND MEAT i {777{i!71] N Kraft Grape 18 oz. Banquet POT PIES each 25 e Specials Good Wednesday thru Saturday