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ggjgglpl Ed Sot e:—This newspaper arranged with the Washington Bureau of National Weekly Herrlce at 621 Union Trust Bldg., Washington 6, IX C., to answer questions pertaining to servicemen and veterans. These questions will be answered In this column if addressed as a bore. No replies can be made by mail, but this paper will print answers to all questions received. Q. Is there any definite length of time after a veteran is discharged in which he must make application for university entrance or other schooling? How long is he allowed to attend college under this regu lation? If he works a few months or a year after discharge before ap plying, is his application likely to be denied? —Denver, Colo. A The CM. bill, as now written, provides you may make application for schooling at any time within two years after your honorable dis charge or the end of the war. j w hicbcver is later. You are entitled j to at least one year, and If you \ were not over 25 when you enlisted.' Available Now!!! 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K ~[l v S7OO Down JL $2,150 Set up in Coolidge MB |y • Built-In beds, dresser, chests, mirrors • Shower, toilet, wash stand, medicine cabinet J 9 \ SEE US IMMEDIATELY • Built-In closets, shelves, storage cabinets • House heater and automatic water heater JKT • Kitchen range, eink, Ice box, dish closets • Linoleum, window screens, ventilators Now Open For Inspection In Coolidge West Roosevelt Big Enough for a Family of Four! f~\£ l I p • 2 Private Bedrooms YES-~-The Wingfoot Home is big I PI I K • Standard Bath Fixtures enough for a family of four yet | HARDWARE £■ SUPPLY CO # Apartment Type Kitchen small enough to make housekeeping LMBI^HMB|MBIBHHHMHfIBHMBP* # Diningroom R °° m * rCal P,eaSUrC - ‘ CoM^C you are entitled to schooling not to exceed th.- length of time you spent in service after September 16, 1940. and not to exceed four years in all. j It will make no difference if you work for a month or a year before applying. Q. Will an army air corps man be eligible for discharge six months after V-J Day if he enlisted in the army for the duration and six months? — M. FEast Chicago. Ind. A. No. He is eligible for dis charge under the point rating sys tem of the army unless he Is more than 38 years old V-J I Jay does not lonstltute the end of the war which will end officially only after a resolution by congress. Q. May an American soldier sta tioned In Italy marry an Italian girl ? A. He must have permission of his overseas commander to marry an alien and must wait 30 days after his application before the marriage can take place. Q. I can do typing and clerical work. I was a radio operator on a B-17 in Europe. I can't fly any more on account of a bad ear. What G.l. schooling should I take to fit myself for a job? I would like to be a radio operator on a Held, or on a boat. T Sgt. K. W., Herman, Mo. A. You can enter a technical ,-chool to complete your radio edu cation. Would suggest that you contact your local Red Cross or your local draft board for Job coun selling advice. Your army separa tion center will also advise you. Q. is there a branch of toe war Department or some other govern ment agency to which I can write to obtain the current mailing ad dress of a member of the armed forces?—J. V., Clatskanie, One. A Write to the office of the Ad jutant General. War Department. Washington. I). C. Give all material facts. Including full name and local address. Q. Would you please tell me if a law has be*en passed giving the First World war veterans a pen non ?—World War veteran. Denver. Colo. A. No Widows and orphans of World War I veterans, however, are eligible for a pension. Q. Do they give an over*;as vet eran a period of time to rest after returning to the states, with pay? How much more to they pay a sol dier while he is overseas? If a sol dier wants to keep his life insur ance. where should he go to see about it? Veteran, Colorado Springs. Colo. A There U no rest period w*ith THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER CIO Demands Full Employment ■ As part of their campaign to have congress act favorably on the full employment bill, a unit of the CIO paraded the streets of Wash ington. Photo shows them as they marched from the capltoL pay. Usually, however, a veteran gets a furlough after returning to; the states before he is discharged. Overseas pay m 20 per cent more than pay in the states. To keep your life insurance, be sure your* payments are upto date and write or check with your nearest Veter ans administration office for neces sary procedure. Buy Victory Bonds Rev. R F. Kirkland New Pastor Here The Reverend R. F. Kirkland of West Virginia arrived here Satur day to take over the pastorate of the recently completed Church of God on Lindbergh Avenue. Mrs. Kirkland and their children, a son of high school age. and a small daughter, accompanied the new pastor here. Galland-Harris United In Marriage Here On Monday Miss Dollie Galland became the bride of William Harris in a double ring ceremony performed at four o'clock Monday afternoon by the ltevereiid R. A. Noakes in the par sonage of the Church of the Naz arene. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Eula Galland of Coolidge, was dressed in a gold street suit. The groom is the son of Mrs. Rozeffa Harris of Green, lowa, and has recently re turned to the states after 27 months overseas, where he served as a staff sergeant with the f*h Army. The young couple was attended by Misses Claudie Lacey and Zella Galland. Mr. and Mrs. Harris will make their home in La Fort City. lowa. Mrs. Patrick Honored By Surprise Party Mrs. O. E. Patrick was honored with a surprise party Thursday afternoon in her new home five miles east of Casa Grande. Mrs. H. L. Holland and Mrs. Cecil Coller ette were hostesses. Bridge fur nished the afternoon’s entertain ment. Mrs. Patrick was presented w tlh a cash gift for the purchase of something ahe might desire for her home. Besides hostesses and guest of FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 Pinal County Club Daughters Os Nile Organized Monday A Final county club of Daugh ters of the Nile was organized here Monday when Mrs. J. R. Quinn of Phoenix, queen of Qadesh Temple No. 35. was present with nineteen state officials and Phoenix mem bers. There was a covered dish luncheon at Masonic Temple in their honor, followed by organiza tion and selection of officers for the new dub, which will function during the first years as a social group. Mrs. George Dell was chosen president of Nile Club, of Pinal county. Officers who will serve with her are: Mrs. R. J. Jones, vice president and Mrs. Ix>rainne Clem ans of Casa Grande, secretary and treasurer. It is planned to hold monthly meetings. Members of the organization are wives and sisters of 'Shriners. A color scheme of pink and green was used in decorating the banquet hall with queens-wreath used in profusion. Mrs. Tresban Roberts was chairman of the decorating committee. „ honor those present were: Mrs. E. D. Chandler, Mrs. E. O. Thompson, Mrs. Herbert Hanna, Mrs. J. A. Roberts, Mrs. E. G. Nousch, Mrs. R. W. Walker and Mrs. Earl Smith.