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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 10, 1950, Oakland, California                                Oakland Tribune. Wednesday, May _____ior the annual spring concert of the University of California's Glee Club H; ond Treble Clef Society are to Georgia Jensen, Kay Dimmiclc (standing) and Nonnle The concert Is at p.m. tomorrow In Wheeler Auditorium. QI Quide ADVICE TO VETERANS ON WHAT THEY SHOULD DO By MA.I. THOMAS M. NIAL Sit down and check through 'the following list of things every "iveteran nhould do. See if you ;have neglected any.... Have you registered your dls- your county court It's ii valuable piece of paper. You may lose it nnd then Inter need It to apply for n vct- benefit or n job. In such n case, your court house would give 'you a copy. If your GI Insurance has lapsed, have you considered reinstating it? You cnn reinstate by meeting 'the health requirements in the case of lapsed term Insurance, by paying two monthly premiums. With lapsed converted insurance, you pay nil back premiums with 'Interest. If it's less than throe months since the date of lapse, no i physical exam is necessary, bill you must make out a VA form saying you are in ns good physi- cal shape ns Iho diiy the Insur- ance lapsed. If more thnn three months, you have to turn In a complete medicnl cxnm report. If you hnvo term Insurance (which Is what you took out In have you thought about converting it to a "permanent With some plans you can pay up your insurance in 20 or 30 years. With others you cnn provide" for an income when you retire. Talk to the insurance counselor Jn your VA office about 'which plnn would be best for you. INCREASING INSURANCE Have you thought about rais- ing your insurance? You cnn np- ply for more at your VA office up to n total ot worth. Have you thought nbout chang- ing the beneficiary of your NSL1 policy? Maybe in service you made it out to your mother bui have since married nnd woult like your wife to be beneficiary You can name more than ono beneficiary if. you wish, each one of them to got the share of the which you slate. Use the special VA form or just write1 n letter to the VA office handling your 'NSLI, Riving policy num- ber, name nnd address ot old beneficiary and name and nd- dress of new beneficiary. Have you nnmcd 3 "secondary" beneficiary? It would be a good idea td do so, in case your prin- cipal beneficiary dies before you -..die or before all payments arc made. Have you applied for your in- surance dividend? If you held an NSLI policy for three months or longer at any time, you arc entitled to a dividend. Get an Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH Little Worry application at your postofflcc, at four veterans organization office or at the Ked Cross. BONUS FOR VEXKBANS Are you entitled to any slnle bonus for veterans? Eighteen have them, and residence roijulrcmcnUi vary n great deal. If you hiwe moved nround n lol nnd arc doubtful which stale you come .under, write the office ol the governor in the state where you think you qualify. Have you thought nbout Ink- ing any GI education or training before this privilege expires? Bolter get busy nnd make your education plans, because a VA regulation says thai if you were discharged before July 25, 1947 you must be in a course of train- ing on July 25, 1951, lo continue GI bill education nflcr Hint dnle If you're on vacation from schoo' on Hint dnlc, you arc still con sidercd "in" the course. The only exception In this rogulntion Is for .hose who enlislcd under Ihc Armed Forces Voluntary Rccrull- mcnl Act. Col. John S. Seybold has assumed his duties as di- visional engineer of South Pacific Division. Corpa ol Zuglneers, with headquar- ters at the Oakland Army Base. His appointment to the post was announced last month. mny wrllc (n Mnlor Nhil. In cnre lliiwinnpnr. In cnnnrnllmi wllli own srrvlcc-cnnnpetod iirohlrin I Eclt-ncldrcMrrt, atninncil en- vclnne._____________________________ Milkmaid Collects CHEHALIS, Wash., Mny trnclor crashed through a fence and into n barn in which Mrs. Alice Peterson was milking n cow. The frightened cow lunged, injuring Mrs. Peterson. A jury awarded her damages and for damage to Ihc barn. ROOSEVELT 1.1. IB or fHllnt. DoMn'l m, .Ik.llnt odor" (denture Get FASTEt.n Bt drut itore, __ _ __ ReFresh is coming to town I MEET AND HEAR HIM TOMORROW AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: 10 San Pablo and Solano Ayes. 11 26th St and Telegraph Ave. 12 Noon-Oakland City Hall. Fruihale Ave. and East 14th. St. 4 12th and Adeline 8 Shattuek Ave. and Center St. VIHYLITE PLASTIC FLOOR COVERING Full Rolls Several Marble Colon ampus Singers o Give Recital BERKELEY, May y of California's Glee Club and eble Clef Society will present annual Spring Concert at m. tomorrow, Friday and Satur- y in Wheeler Auditorium. Featured in this year's program "Louisiana "Tar- "So In Love" and four otch ballads arranged for the oup by Prof; Edward Lawton liversity chorus conductor. Highlighting the show will be Glee Club Senior Octette. BLIND SALESMAN TOP CONTENDER IN CHESS TOURNEY Sam Bean, a blind and deaf salesman of 1807 Santa Clara Avenue, Alameda, is one of the leading contenders in the 1950 chess tournament of the Oak- land Chess and Checker Club, club officials announced today. Bean has played ten games with eight wins and two draws. Larry Ledgerwood, University of California geology student and defending champion, has won four games, lost one and had two draws. Band Aids Mental Health Plan The Mental Health Society pro- gram for treatment of children suffering from nervous ailments will profit from the Appearance here Friday 'night of the Wel- donians, rated as one of the best junior bands on the Pacific Coast. A two-hour show of vocalists, dancers, instrumentalists and comedians will be presented at the Westlake Junior .High School Auditorium, 26th and Harrison Streets. Also on the program is a stiort talk by Dr. Ralph W. Wellerstein, presi'dent of the Mental Health Association, who will outline the association's endeavors. Advance ticket sale is being handled by Jess Waller, with reservations available at his of- fice, 6034 Telegraph Avenue. Waller stressed the need for funds to finance treatment of youthful sufferers who frequently arc unable to obtain hospital care. Bill's Blood Needed KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May a woolly sheep, got tired of his job at General Hospital and went for a stroll. Authorities gave chase and returned him to his work, which is supplying blood for Wasserman tests. VODKA COUINS? ft leaves you breathless! VODKA 80 or 100 proof, Mide from griin ncuiral ipiiiti. Sic. Pktie Smirnoff Fls. Inc., ford. Conn, Will Outwear Standard Gauge Linoleum Slightly Irregular, yd. ONLY Sq. 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