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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, March 15, 1969, Page 8A, Image 8

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8A TB* CAROLINA TIMES SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 190* Vets Questions and Answers Q-*i» Vlet-Nam veteran, n*y I obtain a O.L loan to purchaw a business? A - Under the current Post- Konaa G.L BU, which covers Vlet-Nam eta veterans such as you, the Veterans Administra tion may guaranty only home ■ad farm loaaa. Bustneaa loan ware not included in the pre sent G.I. Bill. •* Ilowevet, the Small Business Administration does make loans to veterans. You should contact the nearest SBA office for information concerning such loans. Q - I was retired on disabi lity from the Armed Forces. Ate my wife and children eli glble for medical care at VA facilities as my dependents? MiißmteJSj IS READY Automatic Transmission wjgf Optional at $182.00 II See Weeks - Allen I Lincoln-Mercury Before You I Buy Any New Car! , I 302 V-8 Engine, Deluxe AM Radio, Heater, E7BxM Head H Restraints, Wall To Wall Carpet, Floor Mounted Shift, Sequential Price \\B Turn Signals, Hide-A-Way Headlights. 2728 10 fff HARDTOP Tutone Paint, 302 V-8 Engine, Select Shift Transmission, White- I wall Tires, 775x14, Deluxe Push Button Radio, Tinted Glass (I 52735 Jl Complete, Head Restraints, Deluxe Wheel Covers, with Spinners, /r ■ Wall To Wall Carpet, All Vinyl Interior. For A Money Saving Buy Check Our Used Car Lot! I Weeks - Allen Your Lincoln-Mercury Dealer" Over 21 years Service 1 °° r - at G*§r St. Dir. 1266 Phon« 688-4331 I A - No. Only you are en titled to Veterans Adwhijatra ttea hospital or medical care. However, your dependents as wall aa you are eligible for medical care at U.S. military Installations, or under the pro visions of MUtary Medicare Program. Check with the military service from which you are re ceiving disability retirement for further information con cerning the medical care en titlement of your dependents. Q - I am service-co nnected diaability pension from the Veterans Ad ministration and was under the impression that I would get an Increase starting in January 1965. However, I am receiving the nine amount. Please ex plain. A - Hie new pension sys tem does not provide for auto matic, across the-board in creases. Pensions are now key ed to SIOO variations In in come. This will cause an in crease in pensions for some, but no change for other* such as yourself. \ VA ropreecntatlves will be happy to explain the new pen sion system and answer any additional questions you may have. Men's Handbags NEW YORK cause many males are un derstandably shy when it comes to using men's hand bags, leather crafters Enger Kress says the trend is to mare masculine skins.' Miss Susan Bolden Bride of Richard A. Evans PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Lombard Central Presbyterian Church waa the setting for the marriage of Miss Suaan Marie Bolden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bolden to Richard Allen Evans, son of Mr. and Ma Larry Evans of Houston, Texas recently. Rev. Louis Wsde officiated at the double rign ceremony. Miss Isabel C. Coleman was soloist and W. Ruseell Johnson waa the orga nist. The bride wore a white floor-length gown of silk organ za, fashioned with long lace sleeves and an empire bodice, scalloped jewel-neckline. The A-line skirt was sppliqued with lace, enhanced by a flowing chapel train also appliqued with lace. Her silk illusion veil was held in place by lace flower petals. She carried a bouquet of white pompoms, rose buds, pink carnations and lillies of the valley. Miss Sandra Brown and. Miss Ruby Mcßride were the bride's attendants. The groom's brother, Anthony Evans of Teaneek, New Jersey served as best man. Ushers were: John 1 A. Borden, Willie" D. Harper of little Rock, Ark. and Frederick D. Cooke, Jr. of Washington, D. C. The new Mrs. Evans was graduated from Philadelphia Atlanta Afty. In Race For Vice Mayor ATLANTA -May. nard Jaekson, the young At lanta Negro attorney who was swamped by Sen Her man TaLmadge in last year's election, announced Friday he was running for office again vice mayor of At lanta. Jackson noted that he re ceived 9,000 votes more than Talimadge in Atlanta, and said this was a vote ot con ■ fidence in him. "THE PEOPLE oi Atlan -6a will speak again this year," he said. "And I con sider this office a ehallen?® and an honor which I would be proud to accept." j i VHfIK • -1 m m '* 9 H ik* jj/f. * -. m § 11 i v HHP* # * MRS. RICHARD ALLIN IVANS High School and is at present • student at Howard University. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Mr. Evans was graduated from Kaahmere High School in Houston, Texas. 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Durham Phone 688-3917 Old 86 ot 1-85 comers rn PUTTIISGYOU FIRST KEEPSUSFIRST 20 BRAND NEW NOVA COUPES In Stock • Floor jL3 C 9 • 3-Speed Transmission • All Colors Come Where The Actiqit Is HARRISS CONNERS Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. Phone 544-171 ■ HARRISS CONNERS | member of the Honor Air 1 Society and a fresh man advisor. The newlyweda will raaide in Washington, D. C. CARPENTER'S The Action Dealer I Can Do! Will Do! 1969 Chevrolet $195 Down TO DO BUSINESS WITH ... E. Mala at EfcaMfci fit Tel. MMtfl Opea *to • PJL •' Assisting at the wedding 1 reception were lira. Jamee Evans an| Mrs. William McKin ley Menchan.

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