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PAGE EIGHT Monroe Monitor, Monroe, Wash., Feb. 25, 1960 Home Builders May Be Aided By Government Contrary to popular opinion and the pronouncements of some real- tors, builders and lenders, FHA mortage money is still available in the western states for home buyers GUARD HELPED U. S. GROW National Guard civilian-soldiers played an important role in the ex- pansion of the U. S. They went to Mexico with the Regulars in 1838- 40; fought mightily on both sides in the Civil War; campaigned in the West; took part in the assault on San Juan Hill; went to the ever-ridden Philippines; and met a General named John J. Pershing, for the first time, along the Mexi- can Border in the year 1916. IRON BRIGADE From a vantage point overlook- inn the Battle of South Mountain (Maryland) in September 1862, ajor General George B. McClel- lan watched an attack by black- hatted troopers from Wisconsin and Indiana. He turned to a fellow offi- cer to ask whose troops they were. He learned they were Gibbon's Brigade. General McClellan com- mented that they were made of iron. The name stuck and Gib- ,bon's rigade became Iron Bri- gade of the West. m| | DOUGLASS BARBER SHOP MONROE SHOPPING CENTER 9 A.M. -- 6 P.M. m closed Mondays Christian Reformed Church WST  ST. MORNING WORSHIP AFTERNOON SERVICE 10.'00 AM. 2.-0 P.M. YOU APE INVITED Sunday School for all ages at II:15 A.K . _, eligible for the services of the Vol- untary Home Mortgage Credit Pro- gram, according to John G. Ander- son, executive secretary, IIMCP Region 7, San Francisco. During the 17-month period since September 1958, Anderson said his agency has been placing FHA loans at an average rate of $1 mil- lion per month for home buyers in small communities and for minority group buyers. The area served by the San Francisco office of VHMCP includes the states of Arizona, Cali- ;fornia, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii. Without charge, VHMCP attempts to find a private lender (bank, sav- ings and loan association, insurance company or mortgage firm) willing to make FHA loans on reasonable terms to would-be home buyers who have been unable to get such financing from local or reasonably accessible lending sources. To be eligible for assistance applicants must be seeking to buy or build a home in a small community re- mote from metropolitan centers or must he members of a minority group. There are no area limita- tions for minority applicants. Sno- homish County, except the city of' Everett, is an eligible area. Anderson emphasized that VHM P is not a give-away or special hardship program. Properties on which financing is sought must .be good homes in established residen- tial neighborhoods. Buyers must be steadily employed with ,adequate in- come to support the loan requested and must have  good credit his- tory. Farm toans, business loans, refinancing a home already own- ed, and resort area summer homes are not eligible for VI-ICP place- ment. Under the supervision of a na- tional committee cooperating with the Housing and Home Finance Administration, VHMCP has chan- neled over $4 million to veterans and nonveterans in the past five years. Anyone needing VtMCP assist- ance should write to VHMCP Re- gional Office, Room 203, 989 Mar- ket Street, San Francisco 3, Cali- 'fornia. AVArLOH MONROE Phone PY 4-4517 Thurs., FrL, Sat., Sun. Feb. 25-26-27-28 SCHEDULE m Feature Each Evening 8, P.M. ONLY Selected Short Subjects At 7:15 ONLY Walt DisJey's "CRUISE of the EAGLE" and Disney Cartoon KIDDIE MATINEE SATURDAY 1 p.m. A NEW FEATURE "THE MUMMY" Alto--- ,n color . 2-3 Stooge Comedtes Dmzney Cartoon ALL SEATS 35c Cane Sugar C00Hor lOb 95 CANDI CANE Bag Bumble-Bee Tuna = I e C e 69 o_ 35 ram - o00o. Gallon Carton $1.35 Gon K r a f t Velve et a :: 69' Strawberries BEL-AIR, Fresh Frozen While Style, Premium Quality 16-oz. Pkgs. 3 for Sl00 Margarine DALEWOOD or SUNNYBANK l-lb. Pkgs. 2 for 35 e l-lb. Pkg. Parkay Margarine ........................ 19 Nestles Cocoa A favorite among Olympic Stars' 2-lb. Can Fluff-i-est Marshmallows ............ 25 Kelmogg's Cereal Corn Flakes 12-oz. Pkg. or OK's Cereal ZO/z-oz. 1. / s4 e pkgs Ric Kri s 29c Noodle, Cream of Mushroom Vegetable Beef, Turkey Noodle, Checken Vege., e 10-oz. Cans SOUP'N CRACKERS HEAT_S0UP. IVEGETABLESOUPSI CRACKERS Chzcken Vegetable, Vegetarian Vegetable, Cream BUSY BAKER, Salted or of Celery, Cream of Asparagus, etc. 10-oz. Cans 6 fr SlO0 8 for SlOO Unsalted, 2-lb. Pkg. 45c l-lb. Box 23 6-oz. Pkg. 8-oz. Pkg. NBC Bacon Thins ................. 35 Sunshine Cheez.i .............. 19 i BANANAS ,POR Full Loin, All Chops, and Roast included ,,, 43 Loin or Rib End Roast, Pre-sliced and tied Sliced Pork Roast . lb. 43  Veal Cutlets-- U.S. Choice, Boneless Sirloin Tip or Bottom Round MANOR HOUSE, Fresh Frozen -- Quick Beef Oven Roast I b 89 to prepare- Stock your freezer at this low price Golden  Perfectly ripened for None finer, Bri&ht and lean finest flavor Ground Beef .. 3-1bs. 99 1) i SAFEWAY, Reef Style Ib S ausageRo)!,S . . 3 for"P SnowWhite ,.ibSm 11 SmallHalibut .. Ibm 29' ' Pillsbu Flo oCaGu!]f)2sWerarde:Fr:h . .each 23 ' ry ur Radishes.... bunch 5: O;;E."es Sea Su, f Sh im 1 N0m2P0tat0es.. 50-1bs. Sl ' .ow best of!eason r p = $ oo Two Year Grown -- Fancy Blue Ribbon RoseBushes... 00each0000SS'o 5 49 Scamper -4900 Spring Daffodils . . . . 49 Detergent Can Half Gallon White Magic Belach . . . 29  250 Asprtns n t 0no s Cleaner . . . . . . 49  WRIGHT'S Pkg. Plain or Sugared of 12 PILGRIMS, U.S.P. 5 Grain Pure vegetable oil Shortening 3-lb. Can Spry 71  A '""" SPZiUN r -- al m m a al m --- Bottle "]'" 7gg; --:,,Z'. CHIFFON T011et Tmssue., . . .=,,,.o_ Sale starts 9 A.M. Thursday tlug Saturday,