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The Coolidge examiner. [volume] (Coolidge, Ariz.) 1930-current, September 26, 1941, Image 4

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rangement. This property is j ,—L *- -1 \ t
valued at $5,200 in the Mid
west and was financed with a
Federal Housing Administra- I
tion insured mortgage of .B . • fl
$4,400. Average monthly pay- n V' —■ || '
ments on a 25-year mortgage W I U
of this amount, exclusive of
taxes and hazard insurance, I * I
total about $26. The cost of 1
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Cut In Financing
Costs Aids Buyers
Reduction in mortgage financing
costs because of wider acceptance
of the FH A insured mortgage pro
gram by lending institutions, and
competition for these loans as in
vestments, means a distinct sav
PLANS today
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toward a home of your own. And,
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LUMBER
ing to the home buyer, it was as
serted recently by a leader in the
home building industry.
’’Since financing costs are pith
er added to the price of the house
or else passed on to the buyer,"
this observer reported, "it can be
readily seen that in a low priced
home such a saving represents
quite an item."
The Federal Housing Adminis
tration program is credited with
causing this reduction.
Borrow Least
FHA Advises
A point otten disregarded in
borrowing funds for home Im
provements or for the purchase or
building of a new home is to bor
row the least rather than the
greatest amount possible.
Federal Housing Administration
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
Home Quality
Affects Risk
The ability of the average mort
gage borrower to make monthly
payments on his property over a
period of years may often be af
fected by the amount which he
must spend annually for mainte
nance and repair of his home.
The average home buyer must
budget his yearly expenditures
carefully, and unusual or unex
pectedly large repair expenses
may seriously impair his ability
to meet payments.
The Federal Housing Adminis
tration believes that well-built
homes may be kept in condition
at a relatively small expense. On
the other hand “jerry-built” struc
tures deteriorate rapidly and may
require major repairs within a
few years.
"The Federal Housing Adminis
tration has a twofold interest in
the improvement of residential
construction standards,” an offi
cial said. "Many FHA insurance
contracts run for 20 and 25 years
and we must be assured that the
structure securing the mortgage
will still be in good condition up
to the end of the amortization per
iod.
"In addition, the FHA believes
the owner of a well-constructed
house which provides reasonable
comforts and conveniences will
make sacrifices to keep his house.
“Standards and construction re
quirements developed by the FHA
have hatl a marked effect upon
the standards of residential con
struction throughout the country.
Improved conditions already are
being reflected in lower mainten
ance costs."
Good Construction
Sought By FHA
Through continue* emphasis
upon soundness in construction
and in neighborhood planning, the
Federal Housing Administration
insured mortagage program is de
signed to forestall a glut of poorly
built, poorly located, and obsoles
cent home properties after the
termination of the defense emer
gency.
The program is thus providing a
valuable future safeguard for tta
families in defense industry ten
ters who are now buying new
homes.
officials say ibai some borrower.,
finding it comparatively easy to
borrow, may take advantage o.
their good credit stall ling with
out considering thle consequenc
es.
While the borrower may never
default. emergencies sometimes
arise which make too great an in
vestment hazardous. Only by ex
ercising crutlon will a sound in
vestment ensue, according to the
FHA.
NOTICE OF SALE OF CAR
FOR STORAGE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Coolidge Body Shop
of Coolidge. Arizona, will sell at
public auction at its place of bus
iness at Id o'clock a. m. on Wed
nesday the 15th day of October,
11*41, for repairs and storage
charges amounting to $150.00, one
Buick Sedan, Engine No. 2010323,
Serial No. 2748077, 1934 model.
This sale is made pursuant to
and in accordance with Section
2044, Revised code of Arizona to
recover repair and storage charg
es.
COOLIDGE BODY SHOP
By Edd Clark
First publication, Sept. 26, 1941.
Last publication, Oct. 3, 1941.
NOTICE OF SALE OF CAR
FOR STORAGE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Mclntyre’s Garage of
Coolidge, Arizona, will sell at
public auction at its place of. bus
iness at 10 o'clock a. m. on Friday,
the 10th day of October, 1941, for
storage charges amounting to
$40.00, one Chevrolet Roadster,
Engine No. 1650347, Serial No.
5AD26473, 1930 model.
This sale is made pursuant to
and in accordance with Section
2044, Revised code of Arizona to
recover storage charges.
McINTYRE'S GARAGE
By L. A. Mclntyre
First publication, Sept. 19, 1941.
Last publication, Sept. 26, 1941.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 1684
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL.
In the Matter of the Estate of
EUGENE F. FENNELL, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by
the undersigned Administratrix of
the estate of EUGENE F. FEN
NELL, deceased, to tne creditors
of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to ex
hibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months af
ter the first publication of this
notice to the said Administratrix
at Coolidge, Arizona, the same be
ing the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate, in
said County of Pinal.
CONSTANCE MEANS
Administratrix of the Estate of
said deceased.
DATED this 18th day of Sep
tember, 1941.
J. PHIL CLARIDGE,
Attorney for the Administratrix
Coolidge, Arizona
Last publication, Oct. 10, 1941.
Suggests Study ,
Os Design Trend
A family builds or buys a home
not just for today but for the fu
ture. So in designing or selecting
u home, families will benefit by
considering architectural trends,
FHA suggests.
There is a growing movement
today to place garage, kitchen and
service facilities at the front of
the house and to move living quar
ters to the rear. Houses are be
ing moved forward on the lot, al
lowing greater use of the yard as
additional living space. The uni
form building line is being elimi
nated, and houses are being plac
ed as widely as possible from
neighboring dwellings.
Improvements in the design of
so-called “modern” houses, new
materials, and new methods of
building are helping to broaden
the acceptance of modern styles of
architecture.
In considering today’s trends,
FHA officials note that a conserv
ative style of architecture, based
on sound planning, is usually the
‘safest investment.
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SUMMONS
No. 6792
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN
Bill Hamilton
GENERAL
CONTRACTOR
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AM) FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL.
HORACE M. HUDSPETH,
Plaintiff, vs. E. H. SHUMWAY,
L, I). SHUMWAY, Receiver of the
Intermountain Building and Loan
Association of Arizona, a Corpor
ation, JAMES G. CRAMER and
JANE DOE CRAMER, his wife,
NORAH A. TATEMAN and JOHN
DOE TATEMAN, her husband, C.
(’. CRAMER and FLORENCE
CRAMER, his wife. STATE OF
ARIZONA, PINAL COUNTY, AR
IZONA. and ETHEL GRIFFIN.
Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Col
lector of Pinal County, Arizona,
Defendants.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to
the above named defendants. E. H.
SHUMWAY, L. D. SHUMWAY,
Receiver of the Intermountain
Building anti Loan Association of
Arizona, a Corporation, JAMES G.
CRAMER and JANE DOE CRAM
ER. his wife, NORAH A. TATE
MAN and JOHN DOE TATEMAN.
her husband, U. C. CRAMER anil
FLORENCE CRAMER, his wife.
STATE OF ARIZONA, PINAL
’OUNTY, ARIZONA and ETHEL
MUFFIN. Treasurer anil Ex-Offi
io Tax Collector of Pinal Conn
-, Arizona.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUM
MONED an l required to appear
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Frigidaires
Easy Washers
Farmers Electric
Supply Co.
Next to Post Office
Coolidge, Arizona
FRIDAY, SEPT. 26, 1941
and defend in the above entitled
action in the above entitled court
within TWENTY I)A.YS. exclusive
of the day of service, after ser
vice of this summons upon you if
served within the State of Ari
zona, or within THIRTY DAYS,
exclusive of the day of service, if
served without the State of Ari
zona, and you are hereby notified
that in case you fail so to do.
judgment by default will be ren
dered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
The name and address of plain
tiff's attorney is VIRGIL W.
CHANDLER. COOLIDGE. ARI
ZONA.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona in and for the
County of Pinal, this 18th day of
August, 1941.
(SEAL)
T. J. MARKS. Clerk
First publication. Sept. 20, 1941.
publication, Oct. 11, 1941.
• Mrs. Sam Langford, who has
been spending the summer on the
coast returned home, Friday.
•P. \V. Hamilton of Ripley was
visiting friends and attending to
business in Coolidge, Monday.
Building I
Contractor I
Chas. D. Elledge I
COOLIDGE PHONE 170 H

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