SOLDIER BONUS: San Francisco Assembly

At the annual convention of the American Legion at San Francisco four major aims were enunciated in his keynote presidential address by Alvin M. Owsley, retiring National Commander. These were:

1) Hospitalization; 2) Reliabilitation; 3) Adjusted compensation (Legionese for the soldiers' bonus) ; 4) Americanization. All of them, according to Commander Owsley, have been measurably advanced during the past year.

That the bonus will pass the next Congress with more than the two-thirds majority necessary to override the President's veto seems assured, according to preliminary announcements of the voting intentions of...

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