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G.I. Bill
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  • They were sharing a GI Bill payment of $110 a month and supplementing their income by Harold's work at the Hatcher Hall cafeteria and Jimmy Frank's work on the LSU horse-and-sheep unit experimental farm.†   (source)
  • He went to college on the GI Bill and earned a master's degree in engineering from Oklahoma State University.†   (source)
  • That spring I went back to Hopkins, partly under my mother's badgering—"You'll never amount to anything spending the rest of your life in the post office"—partly because the G.I. Bill would pay the tuition and free me from the tedium of post-office labor.†   (source)
  • All my life there had been "G.I. benefits"—why, I had shared a bench in chem lab with a veteran who was going to school on the G.I. Bill.†   (source)
  • Well, ma'am, what I came to Italy for, since somebody really asks me, is study cello in Rome under the G.I. Bill," said Aldo.†   (source)
  • I had been counting on that mythical "G.I. Bill" for eating money and on my cash as a cushion.†   (source)
  • Though the GI Bill paid for a significant chunk of my education, and Ohio State charged relatively little to an in-state resident, I still needed to cover about twenty thousand dollars of expenses on my own.†   (source)
  • Immediately after graduation, they were headed for Lackland Air Force Base for basic training, and then they would use the GI Bill for college.†   (source)
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