Medical Care for the Aged: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, First and Second Sessions, on H. R. 3920, Volumes 1-2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - 2502 pages

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Contents

Nestingen Hon Ívan Under Secretary
207
Gallagher Rt Rev Raymond J National Conference of Catholic Chari
221
Garson Arthur vice chairman committee on aging Community Service
242
Leggett Hon Robert L a Representative in Congress from the State
255
Poe Alfred E regional representative Bureau of Family Services
265
Lindsay Hon John V a Representative in Congress from the State
272
Oklahoma Public Expenditures Council Steve Stahl executive vice presi
286
Jehle Philip F Washington representative National Association
290
National Consumers League Dr Eveline M Burns
292
Gathings Hon E C a Representative in Congress from the State
294
Linford Dr Alton National Association of Social Workers 879
313
aged
346
Macdonald Hon Torbert H a Representative in Congress from the State
347
Georgia Medical Association of Dr J Frank Walker speaker of the house
350
MacGregor Hon Clark a Representative in Congress from the State
355
Myers Robert J Chief Actuary Social Security Administration Depart
357
Background and Development of Cost Estimates for the Forand
366
Wilson Dr David B Continued Page
386
Gottlieb Bessie vice president Chicago Area Senior Citizens Association 561
415
Halpern Hon Seymour a Representative in Congress from the State
426
rector Missouri Hospital Association with resolution enclosed
428
rector Missouri Hospital Association with an enclosure
434
Income of rural and urban aged
453
Florida 895
478
Frisch Dr Robert A president Milwaukee County Wis Medical
484
Harer Dr W Benson immediate past president Pennsylvania Medical
526
Hesseltine Dr H Close past president Illinois State Medical Society 1071
534
McLain George president National League of Senior Citizens
540
mittee on Ways and Means 2225
577
May Henderson executive director Illinois Health Improvement Asso
601
Duppstadt Gladys secretary for social education and action National
601
Greeneltch Dr D E president West Virginia State Medical Association
601
Health Education and Welfare Department of Continued
601
Javits Hon Jacob K a U S Senator from the State of New York 1243
601
Lear Dr Walter J New York N Y statement 2417
601
Hager Rev Harry J Chicago Ill statement 2490
601
Brown J Douglas dean of the faculty and professor of economics Prince
601
Stephens Hon Robert G Jr a Representative in Congress from
601
Student American Medical Association Robert Ö Voy president letter
601
National Council of Jewish Women Mrs Joseph Willen national president
601
Hall Hon Durward G a Representative in Congress from the State
601
Gallagher Rt Rev Raymond J National Conference of Catholic Chari
613
Pepper Hon Claude a Representative in Congress from the State
629
Annis Dr Edward A president American Medical Association
643
Gathings Hon E C a Representative in Congress from the State
653
Michigan State Medical Society Dr Otto K Engelke past president 1045
696
Georgia Medical Association of Dr J Frank Walker speaker of the house
719
Gottlieb Bessie vice president Chicago Area Senior Citizens Association 561
863
National Association of Social Workers Dr Alton Linford
879
Hampton Dr H Phillip vice president and chairman council on legisla
892
National Catholic Welfare Conference Rev John Cronin social action
897
Illinois State Chamber of Commerce James A Mann chairman social
903
Hanan Rubin Morris president Alabama League of Aging Citizens Inc
1031
Survey
1047
Arkansas Medical Association Dr Joe Verser president 1514
1080
Pepper Hon Claude a Representative in Congress from the State
1109
Burton Hon Laurence J a Representative in Congress from the State
1119
Physicians Forum Dr Edward L Young chairman
1121

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