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January 20, 1934 - Image 2

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(IASSIFIEJ1)1 IECTOR-Y

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-associated Press Photo
These are the ruins of a mine near Duchov, Czechoslovakia, after
the recent explosion which took the lives of 140 men working there.
Only four escaped alive.
Es pera ntoBon oLan- 1- uaoe
Students; Us es nly I 1iiles

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262
Veerans'Fay i.
No More C hamne Will Be
Made In Administration
of Cases At Present
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9-- P)-
President Roosevelt today authorized
an increase in veterans' allowances
of $21,092,205.
He made it c~ear that he expected
this to be the extent of present
changes in the administration of the
Veterans Economy Act.
Those non-service-connected cases
which require emergency or exten-
sive medical and surgical care will
receive it, under the order, which lib-
eralizes the eligibility rules.
This relaxation comprises the main
increase in Government expendi-
tures under the order.
Other s include:
Increases in rates of pentiion for
war veteran~s sufering with service-
connected disabilities from $90 to
$100 a month for total disability
and proportionate increases for such
veterans suffering with less than to-
tal disabilities.
Burial and funeral allowance for
veterans increased from $75 to $100.
Pensions of $15 a month to Span-
ish -American War veterans who
served 90 days or more and were
honorably discharged; same all ow-
ance to those who served less than
90 days and were discharged for
disability incurred in line of duty
and are 50 per cent or more disabled
Mr. Smith is permitting his resent-
ment against the administration to
run away with his judgment.-
Harold L. Ickes.
DerAAPTMANN
will be at the
Lydia 1endeissohn
Theatre

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LAST TWO APERFORMANCES

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N suf.BUT shc tells tales!"

A full-grown, delightfully gay
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