|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY, 1948 Volume 1. Veter arts Pay Nominations The Veterans Administration today told veterans in school how subsistence will be paid. A bill authorizing the increased payments was signed Saturday by President Truman. Only veterans in schools, colleges and universities pursuing full-ticourses of education will be entitled to the increases, stuVA emphasized. Part-tim- e trainees, and dents, me on-the-j- ob trainees will not be entitled to the inm creases under the bill which amends the Servicemens Readjustment Act (GI Bill) and the Vocational Rehabilitation Act (Public Law.16) for, the, dis- - ., abled. The new payments will be at the monthly rate of $75 for a veteran without dependents, $105 for a veteran with one dependent, and $120 for a veteran with more than one dependent. Previously, a veteran with no de- pendents received $65 monthly and those with one or more dependents received $90. The Veterans Administration branch office for Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico advised veterans entitled to $75 or $105 under the new rates not to apply fcr the increases. Existing applications will supply all the information necessary and additional correspondence will only hinder processing, it was stated. However, titled to veteran-traine- es en- they have more than one dependent should submit proof immediately of an additional dependent to their nearest Veterans Administration office. For veterans in school under the GI Bill (P.L. 346), proof of more than two depend- encies is' not necessary to qualify for the maximum of $120. In the case of dependent children, photostats or certified copies of their birth certificates will be necessary. In the case of dependent parents, evidence of actual dependency must be submitted. In instances where proof of marriage is necessary, a certified copy of the wedding certificate must be submitted. $120 because The Social Psychology class has just completed a poll covering what students talk about around the campus. The poll Students Qualify Twenty-si- x lasted one week, and for this for Membership to Stevenson reason few of items will change Memorial Society if the period were extended to The Deans Office has just re- cover a longer time. leased the list of students who .According to the results remade a 2.5 scholastic average or leased the five most important better, which qualifies them to topic discussed in order are: (1) become members of Stevenson sex, (2) religion, (3) sports, (4) Memorial Society. politics, and (5) international affairs. Three students Lincoln AnHowderson, Barbara Piele and The women on the campus ard Snethen made a straight A talk most about vocations. The average last semester. vets talk most about religion, talk most about Those students who qualify the non-ve- ts are: Margaret Marwick, James T. sex. Coon, John Erickson, Richard ll Erickson, Camille Gibson, Hansen, Stanley Kotovsky, Bruce Lamus, Jeanne Lathrop, Ralph LUbeck, "Alice McGarrigle, Leola Mattice, Shirley Mertens, Ralph Miller, Walter Miller, Pearl Nacenta, Howard Richardson, Don Rouillard, Joan Ten Eyck, Virginia E. Thomas, Kenneth Tisdel, Louise F. Turner, Chicago, 111. June 30th is the and Robert Wilson. The present president, Lincoln deadline for entries in the $500 Anderson, said that some time prize editorial contest of the InAssociation for during the next few weeks the tercollegiate society will meet to elect new of- Study of the Alcohol Problem. ficers and to plan for the second Entries submitted at once may semester formal banquet which is to be held in the Spring. qualify for extra awards in addition to the $200 grand prize and If veterans now in training submit evidence of dependency 12 other annual prizes, according before July 1, 1948, they will re- to Edwin H. Maynard, contest ceive retroactive payments at secretary. A $10 award is made the new rate back to April 1, each month for the editorial se1948, when the law become eflected for publication in the Infective. ternational Student magazine. Veterans Administration was The prizes are offered for unable to answer accurately the limited to 300 question of when short editorials, first increased checks will be words, on the subject, Applymailed. They are not due un- ing Preventive Medicine to Alcotil May 1, but more than 50,000 holism. Any undergraduate files in the four-sta- te area must college student may enter. The subject of the 1947-4- 8 be individually scrutinized before reviews are completed, VA contest, second in a series, resaid. And many of the reviews flects a growing interest in the cannot start until the veterans development of medical, psychiatric and educational means to send proof of dependencies. prevent alcoholism. The sponsoring agency has been doing educational work in its field since the first of the century and We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to Rev. M. S. Hos- prominent educators are memtetler at the sudden death of his bers of its council. mother and father, Friday, FebA bibliography on preventive 13. ruary medicine for alcoholism has been Released Increase Is Explained institutional-on-the-far- Student Poll Taken La-ve- Editorial Contest Announced i all-import- ant IN MEMCCIAM Number 4. George and Margaret To Be Produced March 10 The modern, sparkling play, George and Margaret, by the English Playwright, Gerald Savory, will be presented at 8 p. m., March 20, in Converse Hall, according to word just released by the Speech Department. The play, a comedy in three acts, lives up well to the reputation of current English humor for amiability and mildness. George and Margaret is dedicated to the principle that everything is for the best. The play revolves around a crazy but comfortable family of five. Gladys is about twenty-tw- o, pretty in an open, honest way, inclined to plumpness; as a rule is jolly and forthright will be played by Camille Gibson. Malcolm about fifty, but perhaps doesnt look it. He is a mild man without being in auy way pathetic will be played by John Brown. Alice 'about the same age as' her husband Malcolm, , and has the air of a master- ful woman who is controller of the house will be played by Gene Montague. Dudley twenty-o- blunt in manner with a ne, wild sense of humor played by Jerry Gland ville. Frankie vivacious, gay and full of herself played by Joan Ten Eyck. Claude has the appearance of the successful man played by Jack Armstrong, Roger Frampton young, and in a ruddy and charming way played by Howtwenty-tw- o, good-looki- ng ard Snethen. Beer the mystery part in the play will be done by Cay Goudy. The stage manager for the production will be Cay Goudy. prepared by the Intercollegiate Association. It end ether contest helps may be obtained by post card request to Edwin H. Maynard, contest secretary, 909 Webster Ave., Chicago 14, 111. Any student who is interested in entering this contest is urged to contact a member of the English Department, who will give aid in the writing of the entry.