Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-11-031
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rvi f III Cvv v 1 r wscfraterni three - SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON shield is admired by shield during Norman George, president, and Thao Phoui, trea- Sigma a part of surer of Sigma Delta Pi. George will accept the gold mine hits More than a million GI Bill trainees, including several hundred WSC veterans will recieve checks averaging nearly $450 during November as a result of an increase in their educational assistance allowances approved by the President on Oct. 24. Administrator of Veterans Affairs Donald E. Johnson said that VA computer personnel were making every effort to complete the necessary changes to get the checks out near the first of November. Because the new law permits the Veterans Administration to make the monthly payments to students in advance rather than at the end of each month of training, these checks will include both the November advance and the October payment day ceremonies -: , V A - - which was due at the end of the month under the old system.The increases are retroactive to Sept. 1 so those who were enrolled in September and continue in school through Oct. 24 will receive the difference between the old and new rates for any part of September they were attending school. Students need not contact VA if they are already on VA rolls as GI Bill students, Johnson emphasized. Those who are already certified by their schools will receive the higher payments automatically. Checks for the month of December and all subsequent checks will be paid at the new rate at the first of the month. The new rates start at $220 ceremonies this weekend making the national fraternity, service veferans per month for a single trainee going to school full time. Those with one dependent will get $261. Those with two dependents will get $298 and $18 a month more will be paid for each dependent in excess of two. Payments for apprenticeship , and on-the-job training under the GI Bill will start at $160 a month for single trainees. Eligible wives, widows and children under the Dependents' Educational Assistance Program in approved full-time training will receive $220 per month. Based on estimates that more than two million will be enrolled under the program during fiscal year 1973 (ending June 30, 1972) the Veterans Administration es oes national, One of the oldest fraternities on campus will be absorbed into a national fraternity in three days of ceremonies starting today. Sigma Alpha Epsilon national fraternity installation ceremonies will be held today, tomorrow and Sunday for Sigma Delta Pi. National officers will arrive today for an introduction meeting which will be held this afternoon.The national president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity is Robert Van Blaricom of Kalamazoo, Mich. He is vice president in charge of marketing for a largemid-western company. Blaricom has been active in the fraternity's organization for many years first as a student member, then in alumni positions.Tomorrow at 10 a.m. Dean Hurst will conduct a tour of the campus for the visiting officers and at 11 a.m. a meeting with Dean Marvin Peterson and other WSC officials is scheduled. In the afternoon a parade will be held, beginning at the Sigma Delta Pi fraternity house on 25th,. ending at the Masonic timates that total costs will be $2.6 billion for the fiscal year. September enrollment was 806,000 -- 23 percent above last year's figure. The Oct. 24, law does much more than raise training allowances and authorize advance payment, Administrator Johnson pointed out. These are the changes of greatest interest to students: Rules on tutoring are liberalized to make it easier for students in need of tutoring to qualify for a special allowance. New protection is provided for those who sign up for correspondence courses. Eligible wives, widows and children under the Dependents' Educational Assistance Program begin Temple on 20th and Harrison.At the temple 50 new members will be installed to Sigma Alpha Epsilon.The Skyroom will be the setting for the Installment Banquet at 7:30 that evening where, Sigma Delta Pi will accept the charter as the Utah Sigma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon National Fraternity.Dean Peterson and President Bishop will attend the banquet. Sunday at 11 a.m. a pledge installment meeting will be held to finish the three day installment ceremonies. 'merkin' concert on tap tomorrow Tomorrow night the WSC Union' Station Productions, Ltd., is presenting "Merkin," a five man rock group in the UB Snack Bar at 8 p.m. "These are five fellows who have created a new and unique sound in rock music," said Union Station chairman John Herndon. The concert will cost $1 each for students and their dates. "Merkin is recording out of Manhatten Beach, so some students have probably heard them on radio," said Herndon. He continued, "This is the first event of its type at Weber State and we are hoping for a good turnout. If this proves successful we will try to provide more throughout the year." are given broader latitude in choosing training programs to include on-the-job training and enrollment in foreign institutions of higher learning. Tutoring for those who need it is also included, and correspondence courses and high school courses are available for wives and widows. Women veterans may now claim their husbands as dependents in order to qualify for higher benefits on the same basis as married male veterans. Widowers of female veterans will now receive the same training rights as widows. Lump sum payments of allowances is authorized for wives, widows and children enrolled in educational programs on less than half time basis.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-11-03, Vol. 34, No. 12|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|Description||Weber's current student newspaper, the Signpost, first appeared on September 29, 1937. For two years prior to that time, campus news was disseminated via announcements posted on a bulletin board known as the "Signpost". As a result, the masthead of the first issue of the paper itself featured a rudimentary wooden sign with the title spelled out in rustic-looking letters. Over the years the paper has been published continuously, though the look, size and style has changed several times.|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals; Weber State College|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||University Archives LD5893.W55 S5, Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|