The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on March 20, 1959 · Page 13
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The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 13

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Friday, March 20, 1959
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THE BRIDGEPORT POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1959. THIRTEEN M BRIDGEPORT I N I T E S Veterans Guide By. : pAJOR THOMAS NIAL mttur From R. E. of Hagertstown, Md.: "During World War II, I had my leg broken when my glider hit a hedgerow on the 15- Day landing in France. It was several days * before' I- gotiany- thlrig but first aid and my leg has bothered me ever: since. When I got ··discharged;-I didn't mention the injury. I wanted to get home and out o f , uniform. Now, I'm having a/lot:of pain fronvthe'Ieg. Ani.I still,eligible to apply'for VA payments for the injury?" Yes. There is BO deadline for applying for payments for a service-connected injury. Perhaps, you' should 'ask:the' VA to · have'« physical enm- Inatlon to s*e^if you need- treatment lor the leg.. From' L. fS. of Birmingham, Ala.: "In recent years, I've led my GI insurance dividends with the.VA to. accumulate. I pay ray premiums scmi-annually. The last six -months, have' been pretty rough financially and I'm wondering if the VA will automatically withdraw the premium due next month from the dividend money which has accumulated if I don't pay my premium?" ·"··' No.'The VA'ls not-permitted to withdraw a quarterly, semi-annual or annual pre- mlums'"from your dividend money without your written consent. It can withdraw monthly premiums'-to keep your Insurance from lapsing, ; however. " From M. P. of Providence, R.I.: "I'm a recently discharged Korean veteran; I have an idea for a mail order business which rfcpuld conduct from my home. Canl; get a',GI home"-loan to buv a'".house; in which I would plan a|so to;.conduct my' own bus- Hess?" V ;'. ' Yes, provided the house will be used primarily for residential purposes and will not contain more than'-one business. . i; ·'From '.:D:R.T.' of Oakland, Calif.!-, "I'm a Korean ' veteri.1i and- my, .deadline for starting school under the GI Bill will come n July 1959.- Can I apply to go o school as late as next July and then start class in September?" No. You must actually be In Kifl, ·".'within-: three years /'from die d » t e _ o f , your dlsr. ?':'chaije. 'It'^lsViiot ''enough io ·' apply in ttme, ; with the In- Mention of beginning . a f t e r ' your deadline. So, you better start summer school I f - y o u ever Intend to lot your GI education righti. /· ··_ ' . · ' ' .From T. N. of Port Arthur, Tex.: "Is there a grace' period For late payments of installments on GI loans?" v No. Veterans should make their GI loan payments on or before the date they are doe., . An extra charge may be. made by GI loan mortgage holders when payments are received late; From Mrs. E. I. of New-York Cily: "My husband is thinking of adding the total disability income rider to his GI insurance policy. I( he becomes disabled and receives the monthly, income benefits, will the amount^his beneficiaries wpuld get. from the policy In case of his death'be,re- duced in any way?" No. The disability payments ' in no way decrease what his beneficiaries will get. , (Voa may-write Mater Nlil ftboul your awn T«ler«»'» oj" MrTlcc-con- B«cle4 pfoMem. AddrcH voar m*n to · Mitor Tbom« M. Mai, 'AiwcUled Frr-u Bureau, 1300 OMneetlcut »Tt- noc, N.W lr Walhlrlloii, D.C. ^do»e A ttampcd. «lf-ddrtw«il «flTttov« ' awl 2S cinll !· txrfn.) 25 IN PHONE BOOTH! DURBAN, South Africa, March 20-^(AP) - Twenty-five youths from the Durban YMCA today claimed they had packed them selves.into a telephone booth to set a record in the new international craze. .When r thcy,'w6re all packed in last night,' the'phone'rang. None of the ; hurnan sardines-could answer it. ' · ' . " ' · The Durban boys ranged in weight from five, feet four inches to six fee.t.two. _ ' ; Students in'Britain started the stunt ahd^got 18 in a booth. Nineteen 'schoolboys did it In Bula- wayb; Southern Rhodesia. Then 22 students at St. ,M«,ry',s college in California claimed the record. The i London university team used a booth' three feet square and eight feet four inches tall and the Englishmen squeezed In .-in three layers of six each. The St.-Mary's ibooth measured three feet by seven feet, enougn room for three layers, seven each. TRADE IN your . old UGHTING Tixhu* or Lunp dmriag ··! Tndc-ia SALE B. M. TOWER ; IS , Cotin. V - a limited group of'very SPECIALLY PRIGE:D..\ SPItiNG SUITS $ REG. 4S.98 U $551 Hurry in for this timely suit event. You'll find truly beautiful buys of the finest famous mill fabrics; arid.detailed in the newest spring lines . . . choose from .walking suits, demi-fits, fitted suits, with .some mink trims included. Select yours in the newest spring shade . . . sizes 8 to 18. Suits -- Second Floor SAMPLE RING SALE brilliant rafaei in every type! ' Don't-walK, but run to the Outlet for this" fabulous sale . . .. we've scooped up ovei i '70p sparkling .rings from one of the nation's largest 'arid finest makers. Buy several at this wee price. Price plus tax. Jewelry ---Street Floor Genuine Marcasite rings! Cultured Pearl, rings! PURE SILK ORGANZA shapes our Easter party dresses 1798 Frothy, floating party dresses you could dance forever in . .", and probably will! Tiny-waisted, utterly feminine; designs -like these, invite lots of partners. Left, billowing skirt with a;sotin : bowed.woist / a plunge neck. Beige, black, charcoal, pink, capri blue, 7 to 15. Right, black and white checks set the mood in this romantic dress with big, graceful collar, full sleeves, and a black patent belt. Sizes 7 to 15. ' '' . A , , Dr*iie -- Second Floor ' ' - · · - ' EASTER HATS in your color, in your shape, all at one sensationally low price! 3.98 Scene-stealers, all! Hundreds upon-hundreds of exquisite, tasteful hats to moke your Easter ranc) spring costumes distinctivejand fashion-right! See: them . . bursting .with pretry';flowers, in rnouth-watering colors. Milliniry -- Street Floor , LEATHER LINED MIRACULOUSLY LOW PRICED WITH 3 GOLD INITALS FREE! They'lobk so much'like big handsome,$30 leather handbags that even'your mbsttfostidious friend will be fooled . . . the rich textured grain or gleaming patent', the thick cushioned construction, al( ! with inside leather pane(ing. Choose yours in red, navy, tan, black, bone or patent with handsome interior .detailing. ·y V«rdi..Price plus, tax.

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