Dependency and Indemnity Compensation Bills: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, First Session ...

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Considers 48 bills relating to dependency and indemnity compensation for widows of veterans whose deaths resulted from service-connected causes.

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Page 2223 - Mr. Chairman, members of the subcommittee, I thank you for the opportunity to appear before you...
Page 2218 - The ratings shall be based, as far as practicable, upon the average impairments of earning capacity resulting from such injuries in civil occupations...
Page 2220 - Now, therefore, be it Resolved, by the National Executive Committee of The American Legion, in regular meeting assembled in Indianapolis, Indiana...
Page 2041 - ... lived with another man and held herself out openly to the public to be the wife of such other man.
Page 2107 - Section 5314 of title 5, United States Code, is 5 amended by adding at the end thereof the following: 6 "(46) Under Secretary of Consumer Affairs.
Page 2091 - ... veteran If the remarriage Is void, or has been annulled by a court with basic authority to render annulment decrees unless the Veterans' Administration determines that the annulment was secured through fraud by either party or collusion.
Page 2151 - ... (2) The remarriage of the widow of a veteran shall 8 not bar the furnishing of benefits to her as the widow of the I 2 1 veteran if the remarriage has been terminated by death, 2 or has been dissolved by a court with basic authority to 3 render divorce decrees unless the Veterans' Administration 4 determines that the divorce was secured through fraud by 5 either party or collusion. 6 "(3) The actions of a widow in living with another ? man and holding herself out openly to the public to be 8...
Page 2047 - ... centum or more disabling. (38 USC 315, 335) (c) Death compensation. Basic entitlement exists for a widow, child or children, and dependent parent or parents if: (1) The veteran died before January 1, 1957; or (2) The veteran died on or after May 1, 1957, and before January 1, 1972, if at the time of death a policy of US Government Life Insurance or National Service Life Insurance was In effect under waiver of premiums under 38 USC 724 unless the waiver was granted under the first proviso of section...
Page 2053 - Administration facilities, may furnish such medical services as he finds to be reasonably necessary to any veteran for a service-connected disability.
Page 2043 - This proposal presents a basic issue as to whether a veteran's advanced age alone should be considered a sufficient basis for an exception to the longstanding requirement that care at Government expense for conditions wholly unrelated to his military service may be furnished only to a veteran who is financially unable to provide necessary care for himself. If a veteran is well able to pay, there would seem to be no reason for distinguishing his case on the ground that he is older than some other...

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