The Timpson Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1965 Page: 3 of 6
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247 Individual Loans Made in Texas by
Ui. Farmers Home Administration
Mr. L. J. Cappleman, State
Director at the Tamm Bone
XT loan to tadividsal faniltee
bare bean aiaie in Texaa nfcr
the provisions of the Economy-
Opportunities Act of 1164, which
b owe of the powerful wewio
of the United Statea Department
of Arricniture being used in
President -Johnson s all-out War
Sales and Service
Cowwnercial 4k Residential
On Poverty Program.
There loams woe msde to tn-
diTldnal farmers and rural resi-
dents bt meat sections of teas.
A farm family Is a family who
to operating a farm they own
or lease, and to producing at
least a portion of their sabot*
tence from crops or livestock. A
rural resident to classified as
one Bring in a town of not more
than 2JOO population.
Economic Opportunity Loans
to farmers may be nude to im-
prove their farming operations;
to buy toad, livestock, machin-
ery sad equipment; construct
needed farm bnUdings; end to
pay aaauai operating expenses
let feed, seed and fertilh
These loans may be obtained by
farm tad rural families to fi-
nance rural-based, but non-agri-
cuttursl enterprises. Funds may
be used to purchase toad, con-
struct bufldiaga, buy and inital
equipment aad pay normal op-
erating expenses of a variety of
EVERYTHING BUT MONEY?
We raecee hem town ari in dbtrett from
See os far a towuaat Heme Improve-
metil Lea*. Drop hr today!
TON BELT STATE BANK
TIMP SON, TEXAS
i BED FEDERAL DEPOSIT MS. Coup.
SVWOftTTIC SOB,MID TNI (Oil Will SUPPORT YOU
at a farm macUaery repair
■hop; TV aad radio repair shop:
laddere, spraying equipment and
tools to be aaed by painters and
carpenters; blacksmith shop;
septic tank and sewage disposal
system servicing; cqtom fr
setting end bad preparation;
raw aad lawn mower sharpen
■hop; poet and wood cutting
equipment, portable sheep and
goat shearing equipment; etc.
Economic Opportunity Loans
are for the purpose of helping
low-income rural families raise
their income level. Rural fami-
lies who need a small amount of
capital to improve their Incomes
may borrow up to $21100 for
IS years at 4 % %. interest Tbeee
loans are secured by a promis-
sory note by tho borrower and
• loan agreement scheduled in
accordance with hb ability to
Families end tingle individu-
als with 1 names which are too
low to cover basic needs, and
who, with the amlotance of the
Farmers Heme Administration
county supervisor, are success
ful to developing a plan of op-
tion which will provide a
reasonable prospect of increas-
ing their earnings through a
small amount of credit from a
farming operation or other non-
agrieottaral enterprise, and who
are enable to obtain adequate
credit on reasonable terms else-
where, ere eligible to receive
Mr. Cappleman alto advises
tint Economic Opportunity
Lome may be made to finance
processing, marketing, purchas-
ing and service type coopera-
tives which directly benefit low-
income families living in rural
areas. These loans may be sche-
duled for repayment over peri-
ods up to 3 yean at an in tercet
rate of *%%. The cooperative
must pledge as security for the
loan a property Hen and pledge
Mr. and Sirs. Clifford Skelton
of near Perea, visited Mrs. Cecil
Worsham Thursday night. They
are spending several days wttb
Mr. aad lbs. Marion Skelton la
Oak Grove community.
The Barney Solomons and the
Larrie Windhams, Rex and Suite
Scott, met relative* at the bom*
ef C. B. Solomon Sunday for,
a family reunion. There were 69,
Some examples ol coopera-
tives which might receive a loan
CLOTHING AND SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
tfcfeg ^ T’-LiO 3: fi iW* -H* E-fir* -£l C-X TrWPfi K- if Ifc-irfr
The new •(*« shirt fer men and boys Id solids and strips!
STRAW WESTERN HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS
SPECIAL PRICE ON BLANKETS!
Suit of Tan Khakis—pants and shirt.
■EM AMO MOTS SPORT MATS RREATLY REDUCER!
NSW JAC SHIRT AND ALSO SPORT STYL* FOR SOYS. SIZES S THROUGH to.
SPORT SHITS II SPRill PATTERIS!
Ain k Extra Lm| tor Met ii S, H, L
LITTLE GIRLS DRESSES—SIMS 4 tttreupli 14.
Sm oar Mercy Lm dresses sad Mr. Eschar drtssas aad Ueosas
DIAPER SETS FOR LITTLE GIRLS AND BOYS M CALL.
KE1S for ■*■ aad Waaeal—Sbses for chldrea.
SOCKS FOR ALL MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY.
PtECEROODS 11 SPRIIRTIME PATTERNS
MATERIAL STILL GREATLY REDUCED!
Blankenship’s in r*ps*.
Star Brand. Pall Pavrett Sheas—Curtee Clothes— Sledge and Levi Walk Clothes— Roger
Underwear—Berkshire and Moiud Hosiery—Marry Lee Dramas—McCall Fatten
Knox and Deris Hats—Swuwdown Crista and Underwear—Air Conditioned fer CeM or
Hot Weather the Year Around—McCall'* Patterns and PuMiuticiu—lavi't Pants and
Shirts—hettte Brooks Sportswear, Great Line tot Ladles of AN Agai Reams It.DC e
day and up at the Hotel.
are those peering, telling and
dripping prod acta grown
members’ farms, market
items constructed is home work-
bops of members, suefa as handl-
products; providing custom farm
work for members, and whole-
sale buying of essential farm
operating itams such as anehi-
nery. Mad. end fertiliser. Tbeee
loans may be made to aatab-
Hsbed or newly termed coopera-
tive associations made up of a
membership 22 of whom are
low-income rural families, and
serving predominantly families
in this group.
Mr. Cappleman stated that
additions! Information concern-
ing this program may bo ob-
tained from county Farmen
Home Administration personnel,
County and Home Demoustra
tion Agents, Vocational Agrietti-
tors teachers, Soil Conservation
Service sad Agricultural Stabili
ration and Conservation Service
repraaenatives, and other Unit-
ed Statee Department of Agri-
culture agenda as well aa State
agacis. Applications may be to-
ed in any local Farmen Hone
Administration County Office in
the state. Then are 133 County
Offices servicing every county
in tea. Applications tie ure-
al ly filed la the county In which
the term family or rural real
By MRS. LARRII WINDHAM
WEAVER, April 27 -Bro. and
Mrs. Lucas and children and
Aide King bad lunch with tha
there, bad a d*B- THB TIMPSQN TBBtS, Thupaast, Team, 1
Was good to see
of this clast
the family again AH left hoping
to meet again neat year last
Sudsy in May.
Rath Hollister spent
week end In Houston visiting
her relative, “Margo.” Mrs. Mag
nets returned to Houston with
Ruth, alter spending a week
here with ted and Horace, bar
Leroy Scott and Mrs. Jack
Scott of date visited the Ben-
nie Mack Bretts Sunday evening.
Mr. aad Mrs. Julias Domioey
and children of Goodrich Vett-
ed Mr. aad Mrs. Larrie Wind-
ham Sunday evening. Mrs. Dora-
taey to the forma Zrlms Bryan
and lived in our community sev-
eral yean ago.
Mr. and lira Edward Beal of
Galveston an here ou vacation.
Ware in church Sunday, went
home with Mrs. George Boris
for lunch, was to visit Ovids
Worsham and do some fishing
and have already visited the Ed-
gar Harrises. Sorry we missed
lag you, Edward end Roth,
Was good to sea Virginia War
■ham’s mother, Mrs. Getoe,
again. She went to Nacogdaches
with Ouida sod me Friday, am
end her husband returned to
Oklahoma Sunday after a vaca-
tion here end in New (Means.
Mr. sad Mrs. Sanest Brid-
Weii, Mr. sod Mrs. Aubrey For-
tetfleld visited Mr. and Mrs.
Cogbura this week end.
Mrs, Salih Harris and Mr*.
Grady McKaight are both on
tha tick list this weak.
Would lose to aee all tha ben
aad girls dressed so pretty tor
RCA and ZENITH
the junior ad
to be held ad
Seniors a apodal food leek from
hm to yon.
Our commonKy’s been busy
this week. Larrie aad David
have been working with bora,
have two swarms hired. Edgar
Harris and L. V have beak
swapping turnip greens sad but-
termilk. Bennie Mack end Leroy
Baney been working Larry sad
Lesley to death trying to get
seed sowed an the lead they
cleared. Notice some spraying
conn. Some doing sacra work en
tkeir hones. David Crenshaw
and Renta have plated Mrs.
SaBie Harris a garden, bepiag
■a will be able to work K,
hen It coma up.
Fttt Brown still around en-
joying betas st home.
Don't forget to send your
oney to hdp keep the two
cemeteries we have here. They
hare got to be mowed thk week.
Come out our way. If you
cast stop, ware.
Gas fiame welding with ovy-
Farfiri* Dtaa ratod Memea I
i ta MIL
Pat’s Tackle Box
SALES and SERVICE
BILL SHINN. Owner
iaqe M7-SJ11 GARRISON
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Let us finance year new hams—
No Inspection Fee
No title insurance
No dosing cost
Low interest rate
Many years to pey
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Milner, Frances. The Timpson Times (Timpson, Tex.), Vol. 80, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1965, newspaper, April 30, 1965; Timpson, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth813220/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Timpson Public Library.