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" It was brought into being through the necessity of having some means of promptly paying to the dependent families, ie, mothers, wives, etc., of enlisted men an amount monthly to be deducted from the soldier's pay. Later class E allotments were extended... "
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by United States. Congress. House. Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation - 1924
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World War Veterans' Legislation

United States. Congress. House. Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation - Veterans - 1924 - 12 pages
...E allotments in the War Department for some time, have you not! Major BOSCJIEN. I have, since 1910. Mr. VINCENT. Will you go ahead and explain what class...matter where the beneficiary may be located, the check ie received much more quickly than would be the case if the amount was deducted from the pay of the...
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World War Veterans' Legislation. Hearing ... on H.R. 7845 and H.R. 8869 ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on World War Veterans' Legislation - 1924 - 12 pages
...class E allotment, as such, has been in existence for close on to 20 years. It was brought into beinjj through the necessity of having some means of promptly...day of the month in which it is due. For instance, tliis month's allotment is deducted from the pay of the man on the 31st of May, and it would be paid...
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