The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 16
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 16

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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Sixteen THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1952. What New GI Rights Mean to Veterans Of Korean Action WASHINGTON —(NEA)— Call-! Take with vou to this state cm- ing all Korean veterans — here's how to go about getting the benefits provided in your new GI Bill of Rights: ployment office your papers, socia] security card if you have, one, your mustering-out-pay records and your work record for First, you are considered a Kor- 1 IS months prior to entering the can vet if you were on active duty service. after June 27, 1950, if you were discharged under conditions other MustcrniR-out than dishonorable and if you j $300, _ dependin^. . served at least 90 days - unless ' cc - ls due >'°" il J'°" r rank wa f below major in the Army and lieutenant Navy. There are no official forms for applying for this benefit. But one that is satisfactory can be found at any veterans organization or at most newspaper offices. This form iginal you got out sooner for a service- connected disability. If you qualify, you have coming to you from Uncle Sam an educa-: lion and training program, a guaranteed loan, upemployment compensation, mustering-out pay,'and help in finding a job. The education and training offer is worth most in dollars and cents. First step is to decide your educational or vocational goal. It can be getting a specific diploma or degree, graduation from a professional school or learning such trades as steamfitter or carpenter. . „. „ . Army Finance Center, Next you must make sure that I Army, St. Louis, 20, Mo., Atten- vou will be accepted by the high tion: MOP Branch, school, college, professional school or vocational school which you plan to attend. You should also make sure that the school you select has been properly accredited by the State authorities. Most public institutions and established schools will be automatically approved for several months. Some schools might not be approved at all. Approval for World War n veteran training does constitute automatic approval for Korean vet training. Standards are more rigid under the new bill and all schools have to reapply. When your goal is decided and your school is selected you must fill out an application blank which you can get at any VA office after the middle of August or from the schools, veterans organizations or Red Cross office. Form is self- explanatory. Copy of your service record or photostat must be sent along •with it. For most Army vets the information is on the back of your discharge papers.'For most Navy vets it's a special paper which has been given to you. When your course is approved and your eligibility is established, VA sends you a Certificate For Education and you are ready to go. Getting a loan guaranteed is probably the easiest process to start, although it might be difficult to get You can get one to buy or improve a home, farm or business. In most cases if a lender can't be found, VA will provide a loan direct. Home loan maximum is up to 60 per cent of a loan with the guaranteed portion not exceeding 57500. Other real estate loans may be guaranteed up to 50 per cent with a $4000. maximum. Non real estate loans may be guaranteed for up to 50 per cent with a $2000 ceiling: All you do is decide what kind of loan you want and go to the lender. He does the rest, including! the paperwork. Tour unemployment compensation — $676 maxima — and job-' finding assistance are found at the same place. Go to the nearest state employment office. Unemployment pay doesn't start until 1 after Oct. 15, but you are urged to go there immediately. This office will explain your legal rights to your old job of start helping you to get a new job immediately. must be accompanied by the or- papers. Put your return address back. Mail these two papers to the following, depending on your serv- reau of Supplies and*Accounts,i U. 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