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April 21, 1987 - Image 10

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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 21, 1987

As soon as I finished Advanced
Training, the Guard gave me a cash
bonus of $2,000. Then, under the New
GI Bill, I'm getting another $5,000 for
tuition and books.
Not to mention my monthly Army
Guard paychecks. They'll add up to
more than $11,000 over the six years
I'm in the Guard.
And if I take out a college loan, the
Guard will help me pay it back-up to
$1,500 a year, plus interest.
It all adds up to $18,000-or more
-for college for just a little of my time.
And that's a heck of a better deal than
any car wash will give you.
THE GUARD CAN HELP PUT
YOU THROUGH COLLEGE, TOO.
SEE YOUR LOCAL RECRUITER
FOR DETAILS, CALL TOLL-FREE
800-638-7600; OR MAIL THIS
COUPON.
*In Hawaii: 737-5255; Puerto Rico: 721-4550 Guam: 477-9957; Virgin Islands4
(St. Croix): 773-6438; New Jersey: 800452-5794. In Alaska, consult your local
phone directory.
c 1985 United States Government as represented by the Secretary of Defense.
All rights reserved.

When my friends and I graduated
from high school, we all took part-time
jobs to pay for college.
They ended up in car washes and
hamburger joints, putting in long hours
for little pay.
Not me. My job takes just one
weekend a month and two weeks a year.
Yet, I'm earning $18,000 for college.
Because I joined my local Army
National Guard.
They're the people who help our
state during emergencies like hurri-
canes and floods. They're also an
important part of our country's military
defense.
So, since I'm helping them do such
an important job, they're helping me
make it through school.

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