Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 195
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June 9, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 195

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 9, 1974
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ge Wouli more your Fears from Some young men are ready to take full advantage of college right out of high school- Some would be better off postponing it. For reasons of interest, maturity, affordability, whatever. For the latter, today's Army represents a rewarding pre-college alternative. More rewarding in many ways than pumping gas, bagging groceries, or marking time in the company mailroom. i Today's Army is more than a place to mark time. It's a place where a young man can learn and have a responsible job. Make new friends, travel, and find himself in the process. The salary and benefits are also attractive. -Starting salary is now $326.10 a month before deductions. Plus meals, housing, free medical and dental care, and 30 days paid vacation each year. Besides the opportunity to earn college credits while in the Army, there's also 36 months of financial assistance at the college of your choice when your enlistment is over. Send the postcard, or call 800-523-4800 toll free, anytime. In Pa, call 800-462-4955. Army Opportunities 2p A R 9-6-74-1 P.O. Box 5510, Philadelphia. PA 19143 I'd like to know more about todays Army as a pre-college alternative. _ Dote of birth- Address. Qty_ -County- Stale. -Phone Education- -- ,-- Soc Sec No . '.Please print all information) Z 24 c "todayfe Army It could be his best move.

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