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Jan. 30 in history

7:15 AM, Jan. 30, 2013  |  Comments
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Jan. 30, 1936 - Bonus blanks received here: Beginning Friday evening, ex-service men who desire to file applications for payment of their adjusted service may do so at the Legion building where blanks have been received by Emmet Ryan, service officer, who has arranged for a schedule of hours at which World war veterans will be assisted in making the applications.

Veterans who desire to fill out application blanks must bring with them their discharges, and their adjusted service certificates if the latter are still in their possession, in the event the veteran has borrowed on his certificate, he should bring with him the "pink slip" received as a receipt when the certificate was turned in, in addition to his discharge.

Ex-servicemen who have neither discharge, certificate, pink slip or postcard are urged to bring with them any papers that they may have received from the government which would help to identify them.

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