FY 77 Legislative Recommendations of Veterans' Organizations: Hearings Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, First Session ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977 - Disabled veterans - 354 pages
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Page 39 - ... the decisions of the Administrator on any question of law or fact under any law administered by the Veterans' Administration providing benefits for veterans and their dependents or survivors shall be final and conclusive and no other official or any court of the United States shall have power or jurisdiction to review any such decision by an action in the nature of mandamus or otherwise.
Page 219 - Reserves who have not received the first increment of retirement pay, have not yet reached 61 years of age, and who have completed at least 20 years of satisfactory service creditable for retirement purposes. The...
Page 147 - The veteran must also be incapacitated from earning a living and have no adequate means of support. The...
Page 17 - The expenses of his last illness; and (c) The expenses of his burial to the extent such expenses are not reimbursed under 38 USC ch.
Page 148 - State, by the municipality or other political subdivision in which the facility is located) , for the accommodation of convalescents or other persons who are not acutely ill and not in need of hospital care but who require skilled nursing care and related medical services...
Page 54 - It was a part of their hire. I may be allowed to say, it was the price of their blood, and of your independency ; it is therefore more than a common debt, it is a debt of honor ; it can never be considered as a pension or gratuity, nor be cancelled until it is fairly discharged.
Page 22 - Life insurance issued by the Government on account of service in the Armed Forces. (5) Pensions of all the wars of the United States, general and special. (6) Readjustment of servicemen to civil life. (7) Soldiers' and sailors
Page 59 - Peaceful coexistence does not mean the end of the struggle of the two world powers. The struggle between the proletariat and the bourgeoisie, between world socialism and imperialism will be waged right up to the 10 complete and final victory of communism on a world scale.
Page 106 - ... was decreed by a court of competent jurisdiction within the United States and...
Page 19 - The ratings shall be based, as far as practicable, upon the average impairments of earning capacity resulting from such injuries in civil occupations...

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