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Page 180 - The method of financing the old-age, survivors, and disability insurance program is sound, and, based on the best estimates available, the contribution schedule now in the law makes adequate provision for meeting both short-range and long-range costs.
Page 216 - Among the relevant facts are these: The number of persons in the United States 65 years of age or over is increasing proportionately as well as absolutely. What is even more important the number of such persons unable to take care of themselves is growing at a threatening pace. More and more our population is becoming urban and industrial instead of rural and agricultural.
Page 692 - Cobb, associate professor of the Graduate School of Public Health of the University of Pittsburgh.
Page 432 - I have come here today on orders of my superior. I have a statement from Governor Del Sesto, which I hoped. I might extract a few sections from. In my job I come in contact with a great many individuals who are in the over-age group. I know that can be verified many times over in case histories. There is a real need for better quality, for greater opportunities for employment, for increased and better integrated services. There are two points I would like to make. One is that regardless of better...
Page 331 - For any person, whether an employer or an employee or not, to aid, abet, incite, compel or coerce the doing of any of the acts forbidden under this article, or to attempt to do so.
Page 741 - ... Provision of fellowships and stipends for graduate study. b. Dissemination of information to undergraduate students about careers and research possibilities in the field of aging. This implies greater efforts at communication and recruitment from such organizations as the Gerontological Society and the Division on Maturity and Old Age of the American Psychological Association.
Page 375 - Said commission shall report to the general court the results of its investigation and study, and its recommendations, if any, together with drafts of legislation necessary to carry its recommendations into effect, by filing the same with the clerk of the house of representatives on or before the last Monday of December in the current year.
Page 212 - The next point I wish to state is that public medical care through public assistance, or sometimes through special programs, has played an important role in helping senior citizens, but only those who could qualify for acceptance. The cold fact is that only a tiny fraction of the large number of medically needy senior citizens is covered. And they are not covered by voluntary insurance, either. Incidentally, the term "medically needy" lends itself to an interesting discussion, which may go on for...
Page 331 - ... to use any form of application for employment or to make any inquiry in connection with prospective employment, which expresses, directly or indirectly, any limitation, specification or discrimination as to race, creed, color or national origin, or any intent to make any such limitation, specification or discrimination, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification.