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Discharged Soldiers
Lose Social Security
Rights, Official Says
Men leaving the armed services
after 18 months in uniform have lost
the social security survivors’ insur
ance protection for their children
for which they were taxed in civil
life, Ewan Clague, director of em
ployment security of the Social
Security Board, told a discussion
group last night at the YWCA.
Mr. Clague pointed out that while
servicemen still in uniform have the
protection of the pension system for
their children, the fact that the
possibility of war was not provided
for in the drafting of the Social
Security Act leaves an inequity
when the fighting man returns to
civil life.
"There are several hundred thou
sand men in uniform whose insur
ance is affected by this failure of
the drafters of the act to make an
exception in the case of war,” Mr.
Clague said, “and the drafting of
fathers will multiply this number.
War Victims Covered.
"It is not the family of the man
killed in war that suffers most. His
family gets a pension. It is the
family of the man who dies shortly
after his discharge from the Army.
His dependents should have at least
the minimum life insurance for
which he was taxed before the war
in the name of social security.”
Benefits are paid to widows with
orphans after the death of an em
ploye covered by the act, he said,
onlv when the employe has been
paying the tax for half of the three
year period before his death. Thus
a man who has been discharged
from the Army after 18 months of
service, he explained, is not covered
by the insurance provisions. Even
if he should go back to work and
the tax on his pay be resumed, he
would not regain this insurance pro
vision for his family until after 18
months of steady employment.
Situation Brought to Fore.
Senator Vandenberg. Republican,
of Michigan recently called this
situation to the attention of the
Social Security Board, the speaker
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Anglo-American Unity
Viewed by Halifax as
Basic to World Peace
By the Associated Prew.
NEW YORK. Nov. 11.—Unless the
United States and Great Britain Join
hands in close postwar co-opera
tion, says Viscount Halifax, British
Ambassador to the United States,
the two countries will "fall again,
as we failed in 1918.”
Lord Halifax, speaking at the an
nual meeting of the Academy of
Political Science last night, em
phasized that future relations be
tween Great Britain and the United
States must be more concrete and
effective than mere friendship.
“Whatever the nations which I
want peace may together decide to;
do after the war in order to secure
it,” he said, “an indispensable pert
of any such larger plan must be
the discovery of a firm basis for
Anglo-American co-operation.”
At the same meeting Brig. Gen.
Frank O'D. Hunter said that Amer
ica’s Flying Fortresses "have opened
a battle front 20,000 feet above the
heads of the German people
through the roof—the only route
at present open into the heart of
Germany.”
“The Fortresses that daily cross
the Channel are building a bridge
for the invasion of Europe,” Gen.
Hunter, commander of the 1st AAF,
said. “There is no place left in
Central Europe for the enemy to
hide.
"Our precision bombing will be
expanded, for we have proved two
facts to our satisfaction and the
enemy’s regret. First, that bombing
operations against selected targets
from 20,000 to 25,000 feet in the
face of antiaircraft and fighter de
fenses is perfectly feasible, and, sec
ond. that properly selected and
fused bombs will destroy any known
industrial structure.”
Earlier W. Randolph Burgess, vice
chairman of the National City Bank
of New York, in a paper read by
George B. Roberts, also a vice presi
dent of the bank, expressed belief
that the "common sense behavior”
of the American people had pre
vented inflation.
Rites for Col. Lawhon
To Be Held Tomorrow
Funeral services for Col. Zim E.
Lawhon, 52, who was on duty with
the general staff here before being
appointed commanding officer of
Camp Reynolds, Pa., last spring,
will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at
the Fort Myer Chapel. Burial will
be in Arlington Cemeterf.
Col. Lawhon. who died last Sun
day at Camp Reynolds, was a na
tive of Texas. He was appointed a
second lieutenant in 1917 and served
in France during the World War
with the field artillery. He was
senior military instructor at Prince
ton University before serving with
the general staff here. Col. Lawhon
was to have been nominated shortly
as a brigadier general.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Gertrude Lawhon, and a son. Mai.
Zim E. Lawhon, Jr., Fort Sill, Okla.
Oyster Supper Planned
The Shaler Church, Cabin John.
Md., will sponsor an oyster and ham
supper from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday
at the Junior Order Hall in Cabin
John. Mrs. William Hannon is in
charge of the affair.
said, by writing to Chairman Alt
meyer of the board regarding the
widow of one of his constituents,
a covered employe who died a few
months after his discharge from
the Army. Mr. Altmeyer had to
reply that nothing could be done
for the widow under the law as it
now stands, he added.
Every employe covered by the
Social Security Act is taxed 1 per
cent of his pay and his employer
must pay an additional 1 per cent
for old age and survivors insurance.
A childless widow is not paid unless
she is 65. The benefits for orphans
in the case of a $125-a-month em
ploye who has been paying the tax
for three years are: $35.42 a month
to a widow or guardian for one
child, $49.58 for two children, $§6.66
for three children.
In the case of an employe who
has been taxed for three years on
a $250-a-month average pay the
benefits are: $51.50 to a widow for
one child, $72.10 for two children,
$82.40 for three children. The pay
ments continue until the children
are 18 years of age.
The pension for soldiers who die
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In the service, whether In training
or in combat, is paid to widows even
though they do not have children.
Pension payments to widows are $50
a month. Fifteen dollars a month
is paid for the first child and $13
each for additional children, until
the total (including the widow’s) is
$100 a month.
Mr. Clague said that the interest
of veterans’ organizations in this sit
uation seemed to be the one chance
of forcing congressional attention on
the Wagner - Murray - Dingell bill,
which includes a provision correct
ing the discharged soldier's lapse of
survivors’ insurance. The bill, he
said, was drafted by the American
Federation of Labor. It Includes
many of the board's recommenda
tions, he added.
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