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 - 28 Amarillo Globe-Times Wednesday, July 12,...
28 Amarillo Globe-Times Wednesday, July 12, 1957 n2 | WORK 'MOST REWARDING' Appraiser Aids in Future of Indians By BETTE THOMPSON' Of. Our SMI "It is necessarily a long process," process," said J. B. Little, "but the most rewarding aspect of my work is to see a plan developed and working fruitfully." Mr. Little, a native of Amarilio, is chiei of the Branch of Real Estate A p p r a i s a l , Division of Economic Development Development of Indian Affairs. He is a member of the A m e r i c a n Institute of Heal Estate Appraisers. Appraisers. He and his wife and children. Brad and Sally, who live in Vienna, Va., are in Amarillo for a two-week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lit tie, 3503 Washington, and his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott, 2209 Bonbam. Little's work is specifically concerned with directing the program of the appraisal staff." in the 10 area offices over the United States. · · · ' la National be J. B. LITTLE

Clipped from The Amarillo Globe-Times12 Jul 1967, WedPage 39

The Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas)12 Jul 1967, WedPage 39
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