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August 28, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 29

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30 Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Korean GI Bill Cutoff Date Posted Wed., Aug. 28, 1963 DAVIS STORES The last full year of schooling for veterans taking education or training courses under the Korean GI Bill begins this September, the Veterans Administration announced. When this school year ends, only a half year of schooling will still be obtainable under the program. Courses starting in September 1964, must come to a close Jan. 31, 1965. Congress lias set. this cutoff date for the Korean readjustment program of education and training for veterans without service-connected disabilities. The law gives no authority to the VA to extend these benefits beyond these dates. Originally, Korean Conflict veterans were eligible for 36 months of readjustment courses but now only 17 months will remain before the final deadline when school classes resume this September. List Requirements To be eligible for such readjustment education or training, veterans must have had active service at anytime between June 27, 1950, and Jan. 31, 1955. They also must have served at least 90 days and entered training within three years from their first discharge from that service. Reenlistment does not extend the three year limit. Eligible veterans may choose their own type of training in any school or establishment approved by an appropriate state agency. They may enroll in schools or colleges; take on-the-job training; enroll in institutional on-the-farm training or other courses including flight training, cooperative or correspondence school courses. Veterans will receive an allowance each month to meet part of their training and living expenses. First step is to obtain the necessary application forms at the nearest VA regional office. This can be done by mail. Korea Conflict veterans with s e r v i c e-connected disabilities come under a different program and have no deadline to cut off their training. Victorian Chefs Used Tea to Flavor By CECILY BROWNSTONE VICTORIAN CHEFS used tea in two surprising and interesting ways — to flavor ice cream and to give piquancy to the sugar syrup of poached fruit. A friend of ours, spurred on by this example, recently made an interesting experiment: she added instant tea to a pound-cake mix. We followed suit. The tea, plus grated lemon rind, makes a real cake-mix change that you might like to try. Tea punches have long been in vogue. The earliest recipes for these punches included spirits and the beverage was served hot. An 1862 rule calls for green tea infused with boiling water, served flaming over brandy, rum, lump sugar, and the juice of a lemon. But since the 1900s when iced tea probably first arrived, t e a punches have been popular in chilled form. Here's a modern non-alcoholic combination that features tea plus cranberry juice. It's easily made and pleasant to serve at a summer party. Pink Tea Punch cups boiling water teabags or 4 tablespoons loose tea to 2V2 cups sugar cups fresh lemon juice cups cranberry juice cock- tadl 2 quarts chilled club soda Ice cubes Whole cloves Lemon slices Pour boiling water over tea; steep for 5 minutes. Stir, strain and cool. Add sugar, lemon juice, cranberry juice cocktail; stir to dissolve sugar. Just before serving stir in club soda. Pour over ice cubes in punch bowl or pitcher. Insert cloves in lemon slices and float on punch. Makes 1 gallon or 32 one-half cup servings. 3 12 2 2 2 He Said It First The phrase "Go West, young man, go West" did not originate with Horace Greeley, but first was used in an editorial by John Soule. Later it was reprinted by Greeley, to whom it generally is credited because of his great prominence. Use whatever 's on hand when you are preparing stuffed tomato s.nd. 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