Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 23, 1961 · Page 10
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10 PAMPA s ftAtL¥ NEWS MONBAV, OCtdBER tt, lilt 84th OPEN UNKNOWN MEXICO TO TOURISTS — A new and shorter rail route from America's Midwest to Mexico's Pacific coast is In the making. It's the Chihuahua and Pacific Railroad's route through some of the most rugged terrain in North America, Including Mexico's answer to the Grand Canyon, the great Barranca del Cobre. or. Copper Canyon. The last 40-mile stretch is under construe- tion, including the great bridge above in an almost uninhabited section of Mexico between Estaciou Creel and San Pedro. Rural Non-Farm Families May Obtain Federal Housing Loans Families living in small rural communities and in rural areas, even though not engaged in farming may now be eligible for the housing loans made by the Farmers Home Administration, according to James D. Gouldy, the agoncy's county supervisor for .Armstrong, Donley and Gray counties. The Housing Act of 1961 broad- fcedlots, yard fences, and driveways. The interest rate is 4 per cent per year on the upaid balance of the loan. Loans may be scheduled for repayment over periods up to 33 years. The proposed housing must be adequate to meet the f a m i 1 y's needs yet modest in size and design. ened the eligibility requirements I To be eligible an applicant must , . , . . . own a farm or housing site in a for rural housing loans. As a re- . , ... ° . , 0 rural area; be without decent, safe and sanitary housing; be un- rural areas and in small rural j able to obtain the needed credit communities of not more thanlfrom other sources; and be with- sult owners of non-farm tracts in 2,500, as well as farmers, m a y be eligible for this type of credit. "This program is an important new tool in promoting the development of rural areas," Gouldy said. "Rural housing loans will not only help families obtain better homes bur'will put more carpenters, plumbers, and electricians to work, and will increase the sales in lumber yards and building supply firms," Housing loans are made for the construction, repair, and remodeling of dwellings and essential farm buildings and to provide water for farmstead and household use. In addition to major construction, funds are available to modernize homes — add bathrooms, central heating, modern kitchens, and other home improvements, as well as to enlarga and remodel farm service buildings and put in related facilities such as paved out sufficient resources to provide the necessary housing on his own account. He must also have or be able to obtain sufficient income to meet payments on existing debts, tnke cnre of his other expenses, and make the payments on the proposed loan. The looal county or area committee of the Farmers Home Administration determines the eligibility of applicants. Farmers who need to enlarge or develop their farming operations in order to obtain enough income to pay for housing loans may obtain farm enlargement and development loans and farm management help from the Farmers Home Administration, All loans are secured to the extent necessary to protect t h e Government's interest. Small improvement loans made in amounts of less than $1,500 with repayments scheduled over periods up to 10 years may be secured by a This Weeks SPECIAL Good Tues., Wed., Thurs. Oct. 24, 25, 26 STEAK FINGERS SERVED WITH: TEXAS TOAST FRENCH FRIES TOSSED SALAD Any Regular Flavor i| Ice Cream Sundae | Caldwell's Drive North Hobart MO 4^2601 Groom Personals Mrs. George Britten Dally News Correspondent Miss Emma Kay Holland, a freshman student at West Texas State College in Canyon visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill West and Billie Ruth over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Garmon and son Mark, Amarillo,. visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garmon and family and Mr. and promissory note. Other loans are secured by mortgages. The Housing Act of. 1961 also authorized the Farmers Home Administration to insure loans for housing and related facilities • for domestic farm labor. These loans may be made to farm owners, associations of farmers, state and and local government units and non-profit associations. Funds for these insured loans are provided by private investors. The Farmers Home Administration will make and service t he loans, and insure their repayment. The total volume of insured loans may not exceed $23 million in any one year. Further information on rural housing loans may be obtained at the county office of the Farmers Home Administration located at Clarendon, Texas. Mrs. Leo Looten and Susie over the weekend. Don Case, a freshman student at Panhandle A&M College, Goodwell, Okla,,, visited his. parents, Lefors Personals ttf»< R*b*rt* Mr, and Mrs. 0. 0. Sishbp left Friday morning to be near their daughter - in -law Mrs. Bobby Jack Bishop and children, Tammy and Tameria, in OeRidder, La. following the death of her On The HIGHLAND GENERAL HOSPITAL NOTES Admfssianjs f SATURDAY Mrs, Mary Karber, White Deer Larry Harris, 417 Red Deer Mrs. Georgia Nicolaison, 232 Tignor. . ., father. Mrs. Bob Bishop flew home with the children earlier in the week from their home in Frankfurt, Germany. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Stracener! and family, son of W. H. "Bill"' Stracener, have moved to Lefors from Alberquerque, N. M., and are living in (he Biglram house across from the Post Office.They have recently purchased a place in Missouri, and may move there in January. Mr. and Mrs. George Clemmons have recently spent some lime in Gruver. Barbara Larner. and son. Jimmy, left Friday for San Diego, Calif, to join her husband who is in' the Navy. Barbara is the daughter of the John Archers. Mrs. Charlie Tutor, formerly a resident of Lefors, now a .resident of Waco, underwent surgery in Hiljcrest Memorial Hospital in Waco, Thursday Oct. 12. Eddie Joe Roberts injured a hip in a fall Wednesday night, and was hospitalized -Thursday. Mrs. Jeff Bradley was called to California early last week at the death of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marlar and family spent the week - end in Roswell, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooksey, Jr., and children went to An- gum, Okla., to be near an uncle Tom Harian, Kellerville Mrs, Martha Harian, Kellerville Mrs. Carolyn MacDonald, 1123 Mary Ellen Barry Ferrel, 1913 N. Sumner Mrs. Ruth Stephens, White Deer Dean Anderson, 2208 Duncan Mrs. Flora A. Smith, 2208 EV*. erGreen Mrs. Edith Geske, Pampa A. D. May, Panhandle J. R. Watt, McLean Mrs. Pat Young, 721 W. Buckler Mrs. Lessie E. Holt, 522 N. Wynne Mrs. Margie Hale, 629 Sloan Hamilton Mrs, Wanda Cardwell, 2136 Hamilton Ralph D. Higgins, White Deer Mrs. Mary Cantrell, Pampa Dismissals Mrs. Genieve Baker, 413 Graham Mrs. Elaine Bond, Pampa Mrs. Glenna Johnston, 1153 Prarie Dr. Clyde Martin, Pampa B. F. Hess, 706 E. Frederic Miss Patricia Hogan, 41 Mon- WeiffeU IW Cfl tin! Larry rH^ffilj ,411 Mrs. Ruth Stephens, White Mrs. Martha Haflsu% Baby Marilyft Kidd, 1117 Neel W: Mrs.'Wilfflft Watson, 1819 Chest' nut Mrs. Charlene Frgazier, 2244 N. Russell Mrs. Melba Wilson, 213 N- Nelson Mrs. Helen Jones, 1117 Clark Mrs. Odessa Brbadus, Miami Mrs. Ruth Moot, Pampa Mrs Norma Morrison, 409 Pitts Mrs. Pauline Lilley, Skellytown Heidi Jo Kolb, 701 Zimmers Mrs. Ruth Caylor, Pampa Mrs< Sue Earhart, Lefors Mrs. Carolyn Coleman, 422 Sunset Dr. R. E. Black, McLean Dismissals Mrs. Wilberta Ruttman, 831 E. Campbell Dennis Scott, Pampa Russell Vernon, Pampa W- G. Dunn, Claude Carl Summers, Pampa Anne Williams, 1920 N. Wells Barry Ferret* 1§13 N_. Sund Mrs.- Naomi Stone, ParthifldJ Gary Royce May r ^hesfei Mf>, Lavaughn Randolph, N. Stimner CONGRATULATIONS To Mr- and Mrs. M. ft. Cal well, 2136 Hamilton, on the b!I of a girl at 12:52 a-nliWelghl 7 ibs. 1014 oz. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Case and Judy who was se n 0 usly injured in a over the weekend. ' fall from a telephone pole. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Blackwell, j Durwoocl Burress and Mrs. Lanna-and Guy Lynn were Sun- Hugh Terry were, called-to Ft. day dinner guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Britten, George Jr. and Tammy Jane. Mr. and Mrs, Burl Painter and children, Nita and Tony Edward visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson over the weekend. Melvin Britten of Lubbock visited his mother, Mrs. Josephine Britten end other relatives over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs.. Mickey Kitchens and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hughes and children, Lisa and Randy, all of Amarillo visited the girls parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hickox over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Shady Kuehler and children, Amarillo, were visiting relatives . and friends in Groom over the weekend. Miss Ann Hermesmeyer, Amarillo, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hermesmeyer over the weekend. Mr. James Britten, White Deer, visited relatives in Groom Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Stock and children, Gary, Greg, and Tonja visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black and Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. P. Blackwell over the weekend. Worth Friday because of the death of an uncle. S. M. Sgt. Allen Cumberledge of Carswell Air Force Base Spent the week - end with his brother and family, the Bud Cumberled- ges. Mrs. Betty Morse, Ft. Worth, and Miss June Henderson, Irvin, visited in the home of the aunt and uncle, the J. R. Sparkman's over the week - end. Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Guthrie have returned from a vacation in Hot Springs. Ark. The graduating class of 1952 met in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ray Dickerson Sat. night after homecoming. There was games and a lot of talking and laughing while reminiscing over old times. Present, were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dickerson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bigham of Lubbock, and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rutledge, of Pampa, Mrs, Bill Morse, and Mrs. Joe Archer anc boys. Lonnie Teel spent last week with his grandmother in Odessa Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Teel am family were called to Mannisville Okla. over the week - end due to the death of his grandmother. Debbie Maddox, Borger D. B. Brown, 813 S. Barnes Mns. Betty Flynn, Pampa James Nipp, 333 Canadian St. Mrs. Dovie Grappe, Monahans Vardeman Smith. 2216 Chestnut D. L. Tankersley, 2236 Williston Carl J. Witt, Panhandle Mrs. Nettie Campbell, 2225 N. Christy Mrs. Evelyn Stubblefield, 'McLean Sammy Virdon, 2108 N. Sum ner Dale Remy, 510 N. Wynne Rex Miller, Allison Mrs. Daisy Mylius, 904 S. Faulkner Mrs. Barbara Wood, Pampa James L. Honaker Jr., 114 S. Farley Gary Johnson, Mobeetie SUNDAY Admissions Mrs. Lydia Beck, 919 E. Albert Tom Nelson, 1106 Alcock Mrs- Eenna McClendon, Skel lytown Graham Reeves, 2519 Christine J. C. Free, Pampa Mrs. Phoebe Caughey, 601 N. Russell Jeff D. Bradley, Lefors Timothy Huckins, Skellytown Larry Christensen, White Dee Mrs. Jewell Parnell, 1710 Dun can Mrs. Mary Fuller, Borger Mrs. Rula Barker, Borger Mrs- Virginia Bagwell, Panhan die Mrs. Hazel Hooker, 214 E Tuke ^ Short and Long DUNEDIN, Fla. (UP!) — Pi Runyan played the shortest fh] match and one of the longest fiij matches in the history of t : PGA championship. He set a r\ ord by beating Sam Snead 8 7 in 1938 and equalled another beating Craig Wood 1 up on j 38th hole in 1934. Of the 1,817,096 well drilled the U.S. up to the end of 19| .1,159,166 were oil wells, 129,517 wells, 491,452 dry holes and 36,J service wells. MONEY? CALL NOW! ARRANGE A LOAN BY PHONE! UP TO $1000 ON YOUR SIGNATURE If you need money and NEED IT IN A HURRY-V. . if you want to borrow 1 on your .signature, then'phonr.. for a loan right now. You may borrow and get SAME-DAY SERVICE by calling in the morning and making arrangements to have the cash in hand by afternoon. Even if you've never borrowed money before, there's no embarrassment, no involved delay when you borrow friendly this way. DAY SAME SERVICE! CALL US NOW! UNITED FINANCE AND THRIFT CORPORATION AMARILLO 508 Polk Street DRake 4-1663 BORGER 610 North Main Street BRoadway 3-7578 PAMPA 116 West Foster Street MOhawk 4-2501 Last week we announced the addition of a Life Insurance Specialist, Cecil E. McNutt, C.L.U. to our staff NOW ... WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF A Rea Estate Department TO OUR MANY SERVICES P.I.A. is well known for its fine service and integrity in the insurance business. Our new Real Estate Department will live up to the same high standards in its field. So, whatever your real estate problem, let our real estate people help you. We offer exclusive listings and lease on residential dwellings, commercial buildings, and Farm and Ranch properties. You can always be assured of competent and professional service from P.I.A. MR. JIM BROWN WILL HEAD OUR NEW REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT Jim Brown has been a long lime resident of Pampa. A graduate of the University of Houston and with seven years of business experience, he brings profssional know-how to his new position. Air. Brown is a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Pampa Toa-Umasters, FORSAli V •& V\IN$yRANCE AGENCY M W- FRANCIS PH. MO 5-737 PAMPA VMNSUR M05-5737 AOiHCY ••w«»^* WATCH FOR THIS SIGN! IT IS YOUR ASSURANCE OF RELIABLE REAL ESTATE SERVICE

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