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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, August 30, 1946, Page 6, Image 6

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Ques. I ma a veteran ot Work! War n, and I am at pnaank receiv- j ing a mooftiy pension of $67.60. A judgment has keen entered against me for $350.00. Can the creditor levy against my pension to collect his debt? - . ' pension is not sidtjeeTto'sSlme by a creditor. *1 Ques. If your served in the Army daring can you obtain admission to a Ve terans Administration hospital or home? J - - Ana. No. However, widows of veterans besides being potentially eligible for certain types of pensions %ay receive preference for Federal Civil Service positions. Ques. Before I was discharged from the service for medical reasons, I was required to sign a statement that my disability existed prior to my enlistment Will this prevent me from receiving a pension? Ans. No. Under the G. I. Bill, any statement of this nature which yon may have made at the time of discharge, or previously,*is null and 'void. Ques. What are veterans' read justment allowances? Ans. Veterans' readjustment al lowances are cash payments avail able to eligible veterans of World War II. They provide means of sub' sistence within specified limits until the veteran has an opportunity to become gainfully employed or is es tablished in a self-supporting occu pation. Ques. To whom are readjustment allowances available? Ans. Readjustment allowances are available to persons who served in the active military service of the United States at any time after Sept. 16, 1940, and prior to the termination of World War II. They must have Is a veteran who goes into for himself entitled to re How leaf can a veteran who ? In the Any six Months draw readjustment allowance? Ana. 11m number of weds af re Ijnatment allowance payable to eligible vetapm la determined by the length of his active service between Sept. 16, 1940, and the end of the war. The maximum ia 62 weeks. For aix months service, the veteran may receive readjustment allowance for 86 weeks. Ques. Is a veteran who leavea his job entitled to a readjustment allow ance? Ana. If the veteran leaves suit able work voluntarily without good cause, or Is suspended or discharged for misconduct in the sparse of em ployment, he may be disqualified for other weeks in addition to the week in which the cause of the disqualifi cation occurred, Ques. May any disabled veteran apply for benefits under Publip Law 16 (vocational rehabilitation act)? Ana. Applications tinder this law are accepted only from veterans hav ing 10 per cent or more pensionable disability. Howeves, any veteran not eligible under Public Law 16 may apply for education or training bene fits under the G. I. Bill if he Served 90 days or more and was discharged or released from service under con ditions other than honorable, Ob Belcher Street is Front of the High School Gy? 'JP&f-; ;V'--Va.^ ?i^if^'' *?>>?'.* 1 EftOBW* A NEW KELViNATOB - r; Now Ob Display ?i the FarmviUe Furniture Co. iSA'i'S'^v:: ;-s^".1^^.c: '-?? '?? ^JLihEb S?3i .imas '||ii Place your Coupon in the box at the ~?^ Saturday, Sept 7th at 10:06 P. M. ij)v&&<*&*? ? This ad i? contributedby ? SMITH DOUGLASS CO., Inc. ? FARMVILLE, N. C. At Your Call, Day or Night ? Ambulance Service ? . Friendly, Courteous, Sympathetic FARMVDLLE FUNERAL HOME ? Day Phone 888-1 ? Mr. Edwards 405-6 ? Night Plumes ? Mr. Joyner 898-1 AMBULANCE SERVICE Tha mm togfa for the eferaQ h'd Irplr aiiiitoa hour, Sunday omb* tog, witt be "Men At The Rev. Mt .Helmea a too announ* caa a aeriea of IL.,t Tifitai ? lia --1 ' MRLa next ?fni, -on s *?? Lord's Pimf frfo'1." >? flfe Slot 'J 4fl+ml KB* t u -Jlfr ? HOOF l* - ' HPH ? . :W laS^SjWBET<v. -'?; - Met, i -. i.; v?cm mmmm SfSUBsk ? ? BEFORE ? 6ib - 7th .. ' ?' ? AND THE ON THE HIGH SCHOOL GROUNDS Local Talent Free Tickets To be given to the first five children finding' a complete list of misspelled words on this page. Bring list to the Newspaper Office and Re ceive Tickets. 5?4j I (. ??; To be awardfed to the High Boy or High Girt in the ? I BABY CONTEST on stage at show Friday Night - 8:09 P. M. SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION UNDER PERSONAL DIRECTION OF DORIS HALL FOB AMERICAN LEGION HIT The TURN AGE CO., Inc. 1 i '? . ' GENERAL MERCHANDISE Cor. Main & Wilson Sts. Farmville, N. C Augusta Peek J Anna Laura Joyner Henry Peck Cotton Davis Judy Peck _____ , Alice Frailer Tommy Meadows Pud Davis Aunt Hattie Syhfl Barrett Madame De La Oafa* _?1 Agnes Melton Keith Trevelyan Tommy Barney Hortense Yohnson Jane Kemp Roseola Rickets Margaret Williams Dr. Dora Druggins f ? CHORUS Daphne Yeiverton, Ana Morton, Ann Moore, Betsy Bafas Williford, Joyce Tyson. . .? . There Is Plenty of "PEP" In The New Chrysler and Plymouth Care EISOR BROTHERS SERVICE CEHTI CHRYSLER ? PLYMOUTH5m ?:< Bake and Service if' ?> . > V-' ' : ' - \7 , . West "Wilson St Phmt 200-1 - R- A' Parker Motor Ci% g.; <:'J. ? ? ? pontiac ? + ' '? ?wji? DISTINCTIVE AND EXQUISITE JEWELRY That You WH Be Proad to Give or Wear GIFTS THAT WILL B TREASURED RECORDS ? RADIOS ? GREETING CARDS mm V ^ Bu.? - ? " -"1 4?9-7 a ' , ^ \ 103 North Compliments of fiitii Ami# Gabbuiv /:! Friendely Service ^ Farmville, N. C. M mm Affelton GROCERY & MARKET oeries ? Mi Vegetables - Groceries ? Meats.. Phone 236-7 ? We Deliver Free 1-9-0-7 MONK'S WAREHOUSES No.1 FABMVILLR, M. C No. 2 Ps s:,:-: OFFER YOU ivi-5 ; V WrK* WU ? "A SALE EVERY DAY" , ?-.. ,- ^5K ,.-vvrrffcj*?'v J. Y. MONK, Jr. ? J. C. CARLTON ? R. 2>. ROUSE, ? WE ALWAYS STRIFE TO SERVE YOU BETTER ? mm . SERVICE STATION Sinclair Products s?;;# ~ ?'* Faramlle Flower ;, '?fry<a :" ? 's "???'( Flowers For All Occocumc ? '?' .4, "? ? 467-1 ? THE ? B?| of Farnville A Good place to Do ?. "fr, Shoes Farmville's W'~ ? *-4~ . , 9 v'--'*$: &#?;'? Shopping Center ?M?MM . .r Jf. c. HP ?. i *?& L A UNDBY mT^ZZm rB. SMJf. Sj, CLEANERS D Farmville Radio North Main Street jjt Farmville,,N. C. THESE BUSINESS 1 7 ;. ?"' -ff * ? " . M |g wgw mw? i 7-7 M'Wmmm ' ?ail rfT:

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