The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio on October 4, 1970 · Page 176
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The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio · Page 176

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F 16 Akron Eccon Jc Uutott, outfit i-xiifi x i,int,'imu i..it oil if is tpun Luiif ia V, Lundttf v io i r - Sunday, October 4, 1970 ..." r Action Line Bonus "-v a r v V, J, ft t,1 My wife and I got married recently in West Virginia. Instead of getting a license we got a receipt. The Baptist church we were married in didn't give us anything either. How can we got a regular certificate? W. P., Akron. When you apply for the license you receive a receipt, but you must go back three days later with your blood test. Then you will receive the license. To obtain a duplicate, send both your names, the date you were married to the clerk of courts in the county in which you were married. There is usually a $1 fee for a copy. In Florida last July I heard a radio broadcaster identify himself as Virgil Dominic. Back home in Akron, I recognized the same voice while watching a Cleveland TV announcer of the same name. What gives? J. B., Akron. He is one and the same. Virgil Dominic, anchorman for TV's channel three evening news reports, also broadscasts a national 'news program daily at 5 p. m. for NBC. Dominic, who came to WKYC-TV from his hometown radio station in McAlester, fOkla., has been broadcasting nationally for NBC radio since 1967. He graduated from the University., of Tulsa in 1956. VIRGIL DOMINIC My home has white painted aluminum siding. The siding is now weathered and gray. How can I restore it? Mrs. P. M., Atwater. Only a moderate amount of cleaning should be attempted on painted aluminum. Soil and surface stains can be removed with (non-etching) chemical cleaners or by wiping with mild soap or detergent. Always rinse well with clear water as soon as possible. To remove oil or grease, use a paddle and scrape gently. Then use mild solvents or emulsion cleaners and a new clean rag. Anytime you work on aluminum siding, try a test patch in an out-of-the-way place to make sure you don't remove the paint. I've been waiting for my GI benefits from the VA for months now. I'm a full time grad student at KSU and I need the money badly. Registered letters and long distance phone calls have gotten me nowhere. Help! K. 0., Kent. It seems that the numerical arrangement of your C-number was causing the computer to negate your checks. VA officials have fixed it and you now have your check for $219. Your change in address without proper notification didn't help also. Good luck. When I was an Army cook in North Africa, during World War II, I sent my mom a $10 U. S. Postal Money Order. The money was my tithe to our church. Site forgot to cash the money order. She's gone now and I discovered the M. 0. among the letters she had. Is it any good now? J. G., Akron. We helped you submit Post Office form 6401, "Inquiry as to Payment of Money Order." But postal officials in Washington reported that no money order may be honored after the last day of the month of original issue after 20 years have elapsed. Yours was dated May 4, 1943. You missed the deadline by years. My GI Bill benefits haven't come through for months. I can't continue at Kent State University unless someone does something quick. F. C, Tallmadge. That "someone" will have to be YOU. The name you gave matches none in local telephone books and directories. Neither the Veterans Administration or KSU has records of anyone by your name. You failed to mention a VA "C-number" vital to any record-checking. The elderly couple at the address you gave checked their entire neighborhood. No one knows you there. Call Mrs. Sara Sampson at KSU's student financial aid office, 672-2972. She wants to help you. Women's Flat Heel PILASTOG SilOMO ,! Non "'i Skid , I Sole Clear I 5i70 R Tn 1fl JL to l I Jffifc mm m f ilpiiiiiiffiil i f i I , , I 711 MfTAlWOCK OH VOUB CM If V tTL AMOUNTS TO $10.80 QU- I It'll I C&Tcs l$k'&4?SmmS)t sLp If SM ScteO' ti I I o I BODY FENDER REPAIR I ((I fO I 1 K f WITH EVERY PAINT JOB! 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