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Pensions to widows and children for non-service-connected death-Continued

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None.

None

None.

Income restric

tions.

Same as World

War I.

Samo as World

War I.

Payment shall not be made

to any widow without
child, or to a child, whose
annual income exceeds
$1,400, or to a widow with
a child or children whose
annual income exceeds
$2,700. In determining
annual income, the fol-
lowing amounts will not
be considered: (1) Pay-
ments under laws admin-
istered by the Veterans'
Administration because of
disability or death; (2)
mustering-out pay; (3) 6
months' death gratuity;
(4) annuities under ch. 73
of title 10 of U. S. Code;
(5) adjusted compensa.
tion; and (6) State bonus
payments.

Where payment to
widow disallowed or dis-
continued due to income
limitation, payment to
child of deceased veteran
made as though there is

no widow.
Same..

Same.

Same.

Same.

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Remarried wid. Pension may not be allowed
OWS.

a widow who has remar-
ried, unless the purported

remarriage is void.
Eligibility of Pension payable to a person
children.

unmarried and under age
18, unless prior to age 18,
such person has become
permanently incapable of
self-support; or if over 18,
while pursuing a course of
instruction in an approved
educational institution,
but not beyond age 21.
Includes legitimate child;
child legally adopted;

stepchild, if member of veteran's household; illegitimate child, as to father only, if acknowledged in writing signed by him or if he has been judicially ordered to contribute to child's support or has been, prior to his death, judicially decreed to be the father of the child, or if he is otherwise shown by evidence satisfactory to the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to be the father of the child.

imprisonment.

? NOTE.- Pension is not payable to a widow or child while imprisoned in a penal institution for conviction of felony or misdemeanor, the suspension to begin on the 61st day of

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RATES OF COMPENSATION FOR WARTIME AND PEACETIME SERVICE-CONNECTED DISABILITIES UNDER PUBLIC

LAW 85–56, AS AMENDED

1 But in no event to exceed $450. . But in no event to exceed $360.

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1 Above rates are for 100 percent disability. If and while rated partially disabled, but not less than 50 percent, additional compensation is authorized in an amount having the
same ratio to the amount specified in the applicable table, above, as the degree of disability bears to the total disability: e. g., war service-connected disability of 50 percent, compen-
sation rate $100.00-if veteran has a wife, bis compensation is increased as follows: $100.00+$11.50=$111.50.

RATES OF COMPENSATION TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, AND PARENTS OF DECEASED VETERANS

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$87

$121

$29

$67

$94

$122

$23

Korean conflict
World War II.
World War I.
Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, Boxer Rebellion.
Civil War
Indian wars.
Peacetime (Regular Establishment): Death result of armed conflict, extra-hazardous

service, including service under conditions simulating war, while United States

engaged in war. Peacetime (Regular Establishment): Death not result of armed conflict, etc..

si parent, $75. 12 parents, $40 each.

69.60

96. 80

23. 20

53. 60

75. 20

87.60

18. 40

si parent, $60. 12 parents, $32 each.

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RATES OF DEPENDENCY AND INDEMNITY COMPENSATION TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, AND PARENTS FOR SERVICE.

CONNECTED DEATH OCCURRING ON OR AFTER JAN. 1, 1957 1 %

$750. $1,000 $1,250. $1,500. $1,750.

1 Persons eligible for death compensation based on death occurring before Jan. 1, 1957, may, under certain conditions, apply for and receive dependency and indemnity compensation.

* Except in certain missing persons cases the dependents of veterans who die on or after May 1, 1957, while their life insurance premiums are waived pursuant to sec. 622 of

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