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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 8

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To get a complete guide to correspondence study in colleges and universities, send for the "Guide to Correspondence Study" at the National University Extension Association, 122 Social Science Building, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. The charge for this directory is 50 cents. It contains the name; and addresses of more than 60 colleges and universi- U.S. Office of Education, Washington, D.C, as well as the Veterans Administration, also in Washington, can provide you with more specific details as to the kind and amount of financial aid available to ex-servicemen, as well as to students generally. QUESTION: The senior girl who would have been valedictorian at our high school last year had she not moved away at mid-term, was not asked to join the honor society in our school. The excuse was given that she had not done anything for her school. She had been on the debating team In the ninth grade and is exceptionally good. But, upon hearing the school's statement regarding the girl, he has lost all interest, saying that if the school doesn't think debating is important, why keep on with it? He's a good student, (submitted by Mrs. E. Petersen, Box 231, Whartson, Texas). ANSWER: My advice to your son would be: stay with the debating team. You'll get a lot of personal and even professional value from this activity, even though the school may not think that it is a "major" program. Self-satisfaction is often just as good, if not better, than public STORES IT1 '" MODEL U-207 38" MODEL U-225-2 You pick the speed to suit the job . . . just squeeze the trigger for anything up to 2500 rpm on the V drill, up to 1000 rpfti on the husky V model. Drill fast, accurately. Performs more jobs properly than one-speed drills. Man-grip handle for better control, comfort. 6 ft. orange cord. ties, and outlines the courses that may be taken by mail for which credit is granted. You indicate that you have five years of government help. I assume, then, that you are an ex-serviceman. The Veterans Administration has a generous financial scale for students who attend college on a full time basis, or those who take part-time courses in vocational, business or high schools, as well as correspondence schools. The payments range from $130-to $175-a-month, depending on whether you go full time, and the number of dependents you have. I'm afraid I have discouraging news for you. You will not be able to get a law degree through correspondence credits. At most, the colleges offer from one to two years of credit. You should check with the college or university you have in mind to see how many credits they will accept in your case. Another thing: I don't agree with you that 34 is too late to begin or continue with your educational program. In today's rapidly changing world, it is never too late to learn. QUESTION: My husband is presently serving In Vietnam, but on completion of his tour would like to further his education in the field of law. Since we have two small children we are naturally Interested in any financial help that we can obtain. We would appreciate any information you can give us on scholarships, fellowships and loans, including the G.I. loan, (submitted by Roberta A. Simmons, 115 Hemingway Avenue, East Ha ven , C nn. ) ANSWER: Your husband will be eligible for a government grant through the Vietnam GI Bill, known as the Veterans Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966. Any veteran of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force or Coast Guard who has served and was honorably discharged is eligible if he was continuously on active duty for at least 181 days, ending, after Jan. 31, 1955. A veteran is eligible if he has served less than 181 days, if his active duty was ended by a service-connected disability. Persons still In service, If they have had at least two years active duty, are eligible for help when they leave service. Under the GI bill, benefits will be paid for a maximum of thirty-six months, based on one month of benefits for each month of active duty. The basis for payments is as follows: School full time: $l.'i0-a-month If no dependents, $155-a-month with one dependent, and $175-a-month with two dependents. A veteran who attends school or college part time will be paid proportionately. Various other sources of loans and scholarships are available, either through public or private sources. The By DR. BENJAMIN FINE NEW YORK QIESTION: lam the father of three children and am interested in taking correspondence courses to further my education. What I would like to know is if it's a Rood idea to take a course through the mail. Are these schools worth the money? 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