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FARMVILLE, N. C.
Highlights of the Holiday
-- Season -
Thursday ft Friday, Bee. 25-26
FIRST SHOWING IN NORTH CAROLINA
June Allyson - Peter Lawford
Saaday & Monday, Bee. 29-29
Bob Hope - Bintf Crosby
Thursday & Friday, Jan. 1-2
Rita Hayworth - Larry Parks
"Down To Earth"
Sunday & Monday, Jan. 4-5
"Body and Soul"
? ? &
Arthur B. Corey,
Officer for Pitt ?
the time limits in
their survivor# and
entitled to exercise righto, .
end privileges to which ? ?
titled, ss revised August 1, 1947, ar
NINETY DAYS AFTER DIS
CHARGE: Application for rainBtote
ment in permanent job held at time
of induction. n,c.
SIX MONTHS AFTER DIS
CHARGE: Veterans umy ?list_ in
Reserve Corps in same ^gtfcdee held
at time of discharge, within six
months of discharge.
YJNTIL NINE MONTHS AFJER
DISCHARGE: Veterans who have
not completed USAFI educationaj
courses begun in semse are eligible
to complete such courses and tax
UNTTLDBCEMBER $1, 1947?
Veteran or serviceman may wpply tor
tentty of "alien fiancee or fiance to
U S. under nonquota immigration
status. (Applies only to aliens whore
country's immigration quota is over
subscribed.) _ ,
UNTIL JANUARY 1, 1948: Rein
statement of. term National Service
Life Insurance without physical cx
UNTIL JULY 1, 1948: Applica
tions may be made by leg amputees
for free automobiles costing not in
excess of $1600.
UNTIL AUGUST 1, 1948: A bene
ficiary who began to receive NSLI
payment before Sept. 30. 1M4, has
the right to change option of settie
" UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1, 1948: Ap
plications for terminal leave pay
may be made.
UNTIL DECEMBER 28, 1948:
Applications may be made for ex
peditious naturalisation of alien
spouses andt alien mini* children Of
citizen members of U. S. Armed
Forces or honorably discharged vet
erans. _ ? .
UNTIL JANUARY 1, 1950: Veter
ans who did not acquire NSLI while
in service, may. still apply. Those
who make application before I960
will not be denied a policy by reason
of any disability incurred in or ag
gravated by servicd.
Until July 25, 1951: Veteran who
dies within three years of reparation
from active service is considered te
have been fully insured and to have
received wages of $160 a month dur^
ing the period of active Armed
Forces service for the purpose of cal
culating benefits duo to next-of-kin
under the Social Security Act
Until July 25, 1952: Payments of
Readjustment Allowances under G. I.
Bill end. _ . ? .
Until July 25, 1952: All Federal
Civil Service positions of guards,, ele
vator operators, messengers and cus
todians are reserved tor veterans
.? 8r "'k*
Until Sept. 27, 1954: Veteran has
preferred right of application for 90
days before general public may apply
for homestead entry on public lands
reopened or reclaimation projects
opened for settlement
v July 25, 1956: All Education and
Training under GI Bill and Public
Law No. 16 must be completed.
Until July 25, 1957: Veterans may
apply for Loan Guarantee for pur
chase of homes, farms, or businesses,
under GI Bill. .
J Years After Discharge or July
25, 1947, whichever is later: Veterans
may apply for Readjustment Allow-j
ance under GI Bill.
4 Years After Discharge or. July
25, 1947, whichever is later: Veterans
may initiate Educational Rights of
GI -Bill. '
under certain condi
atkm for pension, but I
at "wartime rates" is |
service between Decern -
July 26, 1947.
r Death: Dependents!
to Veterans Administra-1
for burial bsneflts.
MAY THE CHfflpNG
v, ?of the?
'i 4 '
Tone In Our Heartiest Good
Wishes for Your Enjoyment
and Good Cheer corded with
Health and Success
?IN THE - -
j Mrs. J. M. Carraway, Mgr.
|Sht FARMVILLE, N. C.
Each flicker of the Yuletide*
candles lights the way for us to
wish you a joyous Christmas
and a N$w Year abundant with
Health, Happiness and
?;, r "-'^ , ^ , - ?*?
A Bright aud Cheery
Holiday to You M
...: -T . ? R
From desert to sea, from earth to heaven, the
spirit of Christmas encircles the world. To
each apd every one of you?we wish $11 the
joys and happiness Christmastide brings. To
all our patrons, we thank you sincerely ...... ?
We look forward to serving you even better ||
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parmwlle.n c Phon?"?-?
The one time of the
all people are
desire to express
of which they are
so it is with
WE EXTEND TO ALL
and Best Wishes for
IN THE NEW YEAR
? * ?
Southern Supply Co.
FarmvtUe, N. C.
Along with these holiday greetings is our
little message of thanks to our kind friends.
A Merry Christmas
? and a ?
Happy New Year
TO YOU ? ONE AND ALL
We hope to have your New Car soon.
SALES and SERVICE
Every Customer Made a Friend
? and ?
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Much as we'd like to pay a
Christmas call to, everyone we
know in town?this is our surest
way of greeting one and all
Chrutmai it the time of year when we are happieat to
furniah you with telephone service. Thia year our
wirea will be <