Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriations for 1972: Hearings ... 92d Congress, 1st Session, Part 2

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Page 21 - I would be prepared at the close of the statement to respond to any questions you or the members of the committee may have.
Page 517 - This investigation was supported in part by research grant #A-267 from the National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases of the National Institutes of Health, Public Health Service...
Page 333 - Administration collects, analyzes, and disseminates data on births, deaths, disease incidence, health resources, and the state of the Nation's health. It plans, directs and coordinates a national effort to improve the physical health of all Americans through the development of services to promote and sustain physical health, prevent physical illnesses and provide care and treatment for physically ill persons.
Page 164 - Grants under paragraph (2) of subsection (a) may be made only upon recommendation of the National Advisory Mental Health Council. Such grants may be paid in advance or by way of reimbursement, as may be determined by the Surgeon General ; and shall be made on such conditions as the Surgeon General finds necessary. 42 USC 242b MENTAL HEALTH STUDY GRANTS 50 SEC.
Page 164 - ... grants to State agencies responsible for administration of State institutions for care, or care and treatment, of mentally ill persons for developing and establishing improved methods of operation and administration of such institutions.
Page 164 - ... reserves thereof, necessary to supply the normal and emergency medicinal and scientific requirements of the United States. The results of studies and investigations of the quantities of crude opium, coca leaves, or other narcotic drugs, together with such reserves thereof, as are necessary to supply the normal and emergency medicinal and scientific requirements of the United States...
Page 383 - Section 4(a)(l) of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as amended by the Vocational Rehabilitation Amendments of 1968, is to pay part of the cost of organized, identifiable activities which are undertaken to contribute to the rehabilitation of mentally retarded individuals generally not eligible for vocational rehabilitation services. Grants provide for expansion or establishment of programs serving the mentally retarded, application of new techniques for rendering services, coordination of resources...
Page 308 - USC 5) )— (1) to make grants to, or contracts with, institutions of higher education...
Page 374 - ... to public or other nonprofit institutions of higher learning for special projects for training personnel for work in the field of child welfare...
Page 310 - Adult Education Act of 1966". STATEMENT OF PURPOSE SEC. 302. It is the purpose of this title to encourage and expand basic educational programs for adults to enable them to overcome English language limitations, to improve their basic education in preparation for occupational training and more profitable employment, and to become more productive and responsible citizens.

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