The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1961 Page: 4 of 12
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Additional Fanis For Farm Homing
By Lw J. Bswvni. O. rfnpvr.
An wMltlonel 160 minion hu
been- iMtb- nvslUtbls to Ute Farm-
er!. Honu Administration lor
farm houting loan*, Lea J. Bow-
er*. the ngrncyV Comanche Coun-
ty supervisor announced today.
fund* assure an adequate HI
of this type of credit for rligible
farm lamllie* during the balance
of the fiscal year. Loans made
*o far this year plus thoae being,
processed have practically ex-
hausted the ' funds
Farm housing loans are made
throughout the rural arras of the
United State The loans provide
farm families with an opportun-
ity to aequne att adaqUOU
' ' ' bu!
Miss Sandra Prather
Crowned Queen At
Isa arms, and
and efficient service buildings
*'T' Apllcttlons for farm
loans may be made at
’ • office of the Fanners Home Ad-
TT ministration. Mr Bowers said
]„ The Joans bear 4 percent ln-
. terest and are repayable over
j periods up. to 33 vears.
j: a major demand in Comanche
County 1* for loans .to construct
>4 - and modernise faun houses, and
most of the funds are used for
J Improvements .financed with
i t * the loans include the Installation
t \ '■* of central heating, and pressure
. i if ’ water systems, the addition of
. [ ; bathrooms and the modernization
Many local farmers also use
the loans to adjust their service
building* to the changing require-
ments of agriculture. A frequent
example in this, Mr Bowers said,
is the conversion of obsolete dairy
facilities by tlie construction of
a modem milking parlor and
To be eligible a farmer must
a farm that will annually
uce for sale or home use at
$40000 worth of conwnodlt-
|Hbased on 1M4 prices and »nny sufficient
of sufficient value to adequately
secure the loan In addition, he
must lack the resources needed
to obtain c»edit elsewhere and
ef. was clowned Queen
annual Sweetheart Banquet of
the" local First Baptist Church
Saturday night, February lgtll.
____ - A ^erelU thjme^wM used ^
with Ha!1 mark carriages drawn
by glittered white horses, glitter-
ing gtaa* rtlpprrs. and arrange-
ments of red roses. Places for
and Prince charming.
the 1ac»‘-| flw_______
breasts, scalloped potatoes, fruit
salad, edrrot sticks, hot rolls. Ice
cream, chocolate oake, and tea.
The Invocation was given by
Paul Ray McKmxie and greet-
ings were extended by Butch
Weatherby, master of ceremonies.
A trio from Howard' Payne Coll-
ege entertained the guests with
three numbers preceeding the
crowning of the queen by Rev.
Henry Chambers. Quest speaker
was Dale Gore, Youth Director
of First Church. Brownwdod. The
benediction was given by Rever-
singing at Masse
There will be an old fashion
country singing at the Haase Bap-
tist Church Sunday afternoon at
Everyone has a- special invitation
to attend say those in charge
income -to pay
farm operating and family living
expenses and meet payments
when due on his debts.
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is a new
She is ready to serve you with your
complete BEAUTY SHOP needs, -
Deadline April 14
Farmer* who do not plant to
tsuL-jns re jeaiggsas
their cotton acreage history by
releasing the allotment to the
ASC County Committee, Oral D-
Johnston, manage*. County Ag-
ricultural Stabilization and Con-
Offlca, -said recently.
Such acreage must be released
before the deadline, which Is
A farmer who plans to plant
at least 78 per cent of his cot-
no action to release an;
in order to preserve
..... 1 ........
ment base for his farm. But a
fafmer who. fall* to plant at least
78 per cent of his 1981 allotment
will find his cotton allotment will
be reduced in 1962 If he falls to
release the unused part of his
1981 allotment to the ASC Coun-
By releasing the unused part
of the cotton allotment to the
County Committor, the individual
lng history of the county and
State. The released, allotment will
apportioned by the County
Committee for use by other farm
v within the county.
Mere ar* 4he
which cotton farmers must meet
In 1991 In order fully to protect
their future farm • allotments:
The farmer must *(11 plant at
least 78 pet-cent of the 1961 sl-
ty acreage 79 per cent of the 1991 allotment
the allot- to the ASC County Committee by
To Miss Veteran's
Checks This Month
Notice OfTElestioR Of Tristees
Sidney Independent Soheol Oistriet
• On the 8th day of February, 1961, the Board of
Trustees of the Sidney Independent School .District con-
vened, and WHEREAS. this school district has fewer
than 500 scholastics and is subject to the terms and
provisions of Article 2746a; and v
WHEREAS on the first Saturday in April, 1961,
• the same being the First Day of April, a trustee elec-
tion will be held in said School District for the. purpose
of electing two members of the Board of Trustees of
said District. ~ ‘ ■■
Members of the board whose terms expire are
I). E. Steele and T. C. Mazurek, Jr. Deadline for fil-
in# as a candidate for school trustee shall be not less
than thirty (80) days prior to the day of election.
The polls at said election shall be opened at 8
o’clock A.M., and shall not be closed before 7 o’clock
April 14 deadline, or (J)
and release a total acreage which 1
is equal to at least 75 per cent,.
of the l WV cotton attotment. and ^_______________
141 actually plant some cotton u c<auMM. Tm, w nunc • mi
in 1981 If the entire allotment^«.r
wgs released in both 1969 andJf u«■> th. «•* * ia»
I960, rAcreage In the Conserve-,uua« of thu eiuuao. aum* nan* th*
Reserve program at thef*m *>r •» rv w*
By Order oTIhe Board of Trustees of Sidney
Independent School District, this 8th day of February.,
'T;-C. Mazurek, Jr., President,
George Reed, Secretary,
Board of Trustees,
We’ll have special prices on
Notice of _
and lat «|
• Clean your windshield.
• Sweep your floorboards.
• Check your oil, your ra-
diator, you.- battery.
• Check your tire:
c G-ve you street direc-
tions or a roca map.
m m asistbarb .WTtes M<
rvndw rrvry iwsromu
_, yo*» tmt pesds
ssrHcs aadw th* HuafcU tiga.
Joe Tupin, Agent
* In DOW
•CD’S HUMBLE STATION
MeOLOTHLIN FARM STORB
NED 8TEWAHTB -.......
O. r. HALL'S
AITRRKT JOHNSON V
“Be it ordained by the City Council of the
City of Comanche. Texas, at a regular meeting of
the City Council held on February 13, 1961, that
notice is hereby given ^hat a City Election will be
held on ihe first Tuesday in April, same being the
Fourth day of April, 1961. Sajd election will be held
at the City Hall for the purpose of electing two
City Aldermen, a Mayor and a City Secretary. Aider-
men whose terms expire in April 1961 are Chester
Mchinzie and Wm. T. Calhoun.
“Saturday, March 4th, 1961, is the final date set
hv ihe Mayor and City Council for prospective can-
didates to file their names with the Mayor to he
placed bn the official ballot.’’
^4 J. H. HALL, Mayor.
— —— —— M —— — — —■ — — --I —n iCM ii u si
COUNTY SCHOOL TRUSTEE
THE STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF COMANCHE
By virtue of authority vested in meTby law, I
here try order, and notice is hereby given, that there
will be. an election held on Saturday, the 1st day of
April, A. D. 1961, by the qualified voters of Com-
missioner’s Precinct No. 1 and of Commissioner's
Precinct No. 3 in said County at the voting places in
and for each School District in said Commissioners
Precincts Nos. 1 and 8, for the purpose of electing one
County School Trustee in and for each of said Com-
missioner’s Precincts Nos; 1 and 8.
Michele i* held by Nurse Jessie Edinburgh, and Tanya Ann is
held by Nurse Wlnell Langley. Each twin weighed In at *
pounds and 14; ounces, and are reported doing well In the
nursery at the local hospital. Records also show that 12 Jr**r*
ago on Valentine’s Day. Dr Mims delivered twin gtrts. _
Several thousand disabled vet-
erans and their widows and de-
pendent parents of some deceas-
ed veterans will not receive their
monthly checks from the Veter-
ans Administration at the end of
this month. The announcement
today by John Xing.
vrvq nave oeen re- information
- service - connected Plnlstration are i«J!
Veterans County Service Officer
King explained that checks
will not be delivered to veterans
and widows who have been re-
pension If they failed to return
to the Veterans Administration
he annual income questionnaire
which was forwarded to them
with their checks at the end of
December. In order for payments
the Veterans Administration mustlCHAMriON sHns^
have current Information relative from Mtnvru™
to the income received by the ARVDi U*,
veteran (or widow) during 1980,
the expected Income of the
claimant for the calendar year
1991. Where this Information is
not furnished the Veterans Ad-
ministration by January 31, the
VIA has no choice but to discon-
tinue payment until the informa-
tion Is received.
Dependent parents who are re-
■ p'-flucsfc'd bw.
jjjje not fuSBJI
Milton Bulldogs, 8-J
outclassed the 7-J
1 Ballinger Bearca
le first round of t
I, right to the regior
Jones’ Bulldogs. 1
Micky McCaleb. w!
_! J*rrv Duren. «( „
had the Fort Wortt
eho^"s Lampion a
the recent Junior ^
The steer. * 8hor^
Marvi- Lee's’ hM*
$1,500 to Texas tu I
IS. If. jri-RjUiO.
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regular rate may be regarded Mgj ^ ,0 “,d
under this program!
Oct«b*r D. ISdd.
«S 10,|QS dto Uw S
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•planted” — “ ----
farmers who do not Intend plant-1 A Drl„ ,uuaent or u» n*iun *r uu*
lng all of their cotton allotment >uit u u who*. sow i» mtw*o
Mid court Ik i»M Ckn
1 too, Plaintiff,
t. If. Cmjrloa. D*f*nd-
in 1991 to get in touch with the
ABC County Office to discuss
how to protect their future cot-
ton acreage history.
Attend Bankers Meet
Mr. and Mrs Boyd Anthony
and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Durham,
from the State National Bank.
Comanche, attended the regional
bankers meeting In Fort Worth lh* ,,*t
bunl on cru.l IrMUnMl ihw* .1* as oom-
munity pnWrty *nd M chl!dr*n unSW
ih# ui of II rmn u la mm Mb ahova
k# eialntlff. Patltlon an (Ua lo thl^ (all.
* U lllla elution » not aarrtd wlthW
ninety day, .Her th* dal* of Mo laoukoeo,
II ahkll bo rotomod unurrod
Thy of I cor tnniUnf Ihla writ ah*n
promptly aof»o th# mmt ooootSln* Qrrl*-
oulraaunfa « lao. and Ik# oudakt 5*#*-
of. and make du* return a# th# law dlroeU
I«au» and (Iren under my hand and Uw
oam of told court at Oomancho Tom*. Uda
H A. D. Ml.
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Here From Denver City . _ —
Mr. arid Mrs. Buddy Carter of
Denver City were Comanche vis-
itor* over the week-end.
nut Mr i court
B points, will *oee 1
pipions, the Pied Pi
Uln in opening rou:
[trlctly no contest
■ Tuesday night —
U McCaleb and Son:
pinated the boards
to an easy victoi
prang to a 13-2 fti
d, and at half had
Ie was one of thre
teat the Bulldogs thl
ther losses by th
lulntet were to Lips
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In all elections for the office of school trustee of
any school district, however created or designated, the
applications of candidates for a place on the ballot shall
he filed not less than thirty (30) days pripr to the
day of the election, and the ballots shall be printed ^ •
not less than twenty 120) days prior to the day of *
- Said election shall be held at the time and place
and by the same election officers that hold election
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COMANCHE COUNTY, TEXAS.
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Wilkerson, J. C. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1961, newspaper, February 24, 1961; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892277/m1/4/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.