Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 45 Part 2.djvu/1813

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INDEX. 3467 World War Vete"",,,s' Act, 19i!4, Amend- Pa&&. ment_Continued. insurance in any multiple of $500, and not less than $1,000, may be granted to anyone who has ap- plied for yearly renewable term Insurallce, etc________________ 970 health requirement; lhtited to $10,000______________________ 970 restriction, if former insurance sur- rendered for cash_____________ 970 applicable only for World War mil- itaryor naval service__________ 970 provisions authorized of disability bene- fits to insured, totally disabled for 12 months, as though per- manently and totally disabled__ 970 effective date of disability, etc______ 970 indepe~dent of other benefits; pre- mIums walved________________ 970 insurance policy to apply when in- sured no longer totally disabled_ 970 other rights not prejudiced_________ 970 conditions for granting the benefits__ 970 monthly premiums required______ 971 lapsed insurance; effect of uncollectible compensation_________________ 971 Worley! A'?Wnda (widow), penSlOn Increased___________________ 2058 Worno~, ~Uen (widow), penSlOn Increased___________________ 2094 Worrel~, A~nda J. (widow), penSIOn Increased___________________ 2136 Worrell, Ann E. (widow), pension increased ______ __ __ __ __ ___ __ 2177 Wort, Lovina (widow), pension increased___________________ 2083 Wouters, Fram Jan, payment to, for death of bther_______ 2351 Wox; J.enn~e F. (widow), penSlOn Increased_ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ ____ _ 2270 Wright, Caroline E. (widow), 'pension increased___________________ 2135 Wright County, Minn., time extended for bridging Mississippi River, at Clearwater, by, etc_ 118, 1527 Wright, David A., reimbursement to___________________ 2341 Wright! Di~nna (widow), penSIOn Increased___________________ 2242 Wright! Es~her M. (widow), penSIOn Increased___________________ 1808 Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, deficiency appropriation for transfer of Army Air Corps testing plant to__________________________ 928 amount authorized for transfer of Air Corps experimental, etc., plant to permanent site at__________ 299 Wright! Hl1;nnah J. (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ __ __ __ __ __ ___ ___ _ 1911 Wright, John (son), pension____________________________ 1779 Wright! Jufia A. (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ _ __ __ __ __ ___ ___ __ 1880 Wright, Kate, paymentto ________________________ 2016 Wright! M,!bel (widow), penSlOn mereased___________________ 2158 Wright! Mffry (mother), penSlOn Increased_ __________________ 2313 Wright! M'!ry (widow), penSIOn Increased_ _ __ __ _ ___ _ ____ __ __ 1876 Wright! M'!ry E. (widow), p .... penSIOn Increased_ _ _ __ _ ___ __ _ ___ ___ _ 2155 Wright! Na:ncy Ann (widow), _penSIOn Increased_ _ _ ___ __ _ __ ___ __ _ __ 2244 Wright, Ralph Atkinson, payment to parents of, for fatallnjurics to him ______________________ 1984 Wright,. Sa~ah T. (widow), pcnslOn Increased___________________ 1749 Wright, Wilbur and Orville, Congressional committee to attend un- veiling of memorial at Kitty Hawk, N. C ., to commemorate first successful airplane flight of, at Kill Devil HilL____________ 1020 distinguished flying cross awarded to __ 2036 WrighthoU8e, Ada M. (widow), pension____________________________ 1772 Wrightsville, Pa., time extended for bridging Susquehanna River, between Columbia and__ 113 Writenour, Sarah (widow), pension increased___________________ 1906 Writs of Error, United States Courts, abolished in ci vii and criminal cases ___ _ relief obtainable by appeals ________ _ procedure in appeal cases _________ _ review of judgments of State courts allowed in same form as fOf ___ _ 54 54 54 54 statutes regulating right to, etc., made applicable to appeals substituted therefor_____________________ 466 Wulff, Guatav, penmon ___________________________ _ Wurl, Ellen (widow), pension ___________________________ _ 1847 1774 Wurtz,.EU~n B. (widow), pensIOn Increased ___________________ 2194 WyandoUe, Mich., deficiency appropriation for public building at. ____ ____ ____ ____ _ _ Wyant, Jennie, 34 payment to, for personal damages_____ 1833 Wyant,. Na,ncy E. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ ___ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ ____ 2138 Wyatt, John E. (son), pension____________________________ 1800 WycuJ!" EI.izabeth (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ _ ________________ 2136 Wykle,.Ma,rtha A. (widow), pensIOn Increased___________________ 1935 Wykoff, George E., pension____________________________ 2005 WykoJ!" Sa,mantha J. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ _ _____ _ __ __ _ __ __ _ _ 1958 Wylde,.An?Ul L. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ __ _____ _ _ __ __ __ ___ 2269 Wyman, Clark, pension ________________ . . __________ _ 1803 Wyma':!', Pri8cilla R. (widow), pensIOn Increased_ ___ _ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ _ 1748 Wyman, Ruth (widow), pension____________________________ 2247 Wynn, Millie (mother), ~:~~!~nitTarmstroBot (talk)h:~C~~;y-(ii~it~:- 1991 may bring suit for collision damages to stealnBhip "Radcliffe", in district court_________________ 2351 Wyoming, provisions of Boulder Canyon Project Act applicable to, under Colo- rado River compacL ______ 1057-1061