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Saunders, director, Elizabeth Courtney Health Center, St. Louis, Mo., Page
National Association of Neighborhood Health Centers--- 1125, 1130 Segal, Sheldon J., Ph.D., vice president and director, Bicmedical Division, Population Council.
830, 884 Senderowitz, Ms. Judith, president, Zero Population Growth, Inc.-- 975 Schnibbe, Harry, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors.
737, 772 Schroeder, Hon. Patricia, a Representative in Congress from the State of Colorado..
827 Shenkin, Dr. Budd, Washington, D.C.
1229 Shirley, Dr. Aaron, director, Jackson-Hinds Comprehensive Neighbor
hood Health Center, Jackson, Miss., National Association of Neigh-
1125, 1142 Sopper, Dale, Legislative Officer, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Legislation, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
457 Tabor, Ralph, director, Federal Affairs, National Assc ciation of Counties..
513 Tarnow, Mrs. Joyce, Miami Chapter, Zero Population Growth, Inc. 975, 978 Tarr-Whelan, Linda, director, Program Development, American Fed
eration of State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO... 730 Tydings, Hon. Joseph D., former U.S. Senator from the State of Maryland..
830 Tyrer, Dr. Louise B., FACOG, project director, Division of Family
Planning, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 830, 914 Watson, Dr. James MacDonald, member, board of directors, Epilepsy Foundation of America...
1051 White, Dr. McKinnon, vice president of the Board of Church and Society, United Methodist Church.-
987 Weigerink, Ronald, Ph. D., director, Developmental Disabilities
Technical Assistance System, University of North Carolina---- 798 Additional information submitted for the record by
American Academy of Pediatrics, Walter D. Campbell, M.D., di-
1242 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Center for
Population Studies, Harvard University, Roger Revelle, presi-
1282 American Association of University Women, Dr. Deborah P. Wolfe,
legislative program chairman, letter dated March 14, 1974, to
Exhibit A-Guidelines for Interconceptional Care Clinics.- 921
931 Exhibit D— Medical management of acute family planning emergencies --
946 Perinatal death rates by race for 1960 and 1970—selected cities, United States.
915 American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization (AFL-CIO), statement.
1246 American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, proposed amendments to H.R. 11511..
733 American Home Economics Association, Doris E. Hanson, executive director, letter dated March 11, 1974, to Chairman Rogers--
1303 American Hospital Association:
Excerpts from “Financing Mental Health Care in the United
527 Excerpts from the McNerney Report...
531 American Medical Association, task force report entitled “Community Health Delivery Programs”.
550 American Nurses' Association, Rosamond C. Gabrielson, M.A., R.N., letter dated March 8, 1974, to Chairman Rogers.
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Page American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., statement.
1253 American Optometric Association, statement.
1254 American Public Health Association, position paper entitled, “Migrant Health Services”.
508 Association of State and Territorial Health Officials: Attachment to Dr. Reizen's prepared statement, a supplement - 614
Transition from 314(d) to ASTHO proposed replacement.-- 618
620 Proposed replacement of section 314(d)
656 Bansmer, Dr. Gustav, Grandview, Wash., attachments to prepared statement: "Eldercare,'' article from Time, February 11, 1974.
1205 The Prosser Plan...
1206 B'nai B'rith Women, Mrs. Nathan Holstein, international president, letter 'dated March 8, 1974, to Chairman Rogers--
1299 Burke, Hon. Yvonne B., a Representative in Congress from the State of California, attachments to Mrs. Burke's prepared statement: Statement of Dr. Donald Cohen, associate professor of pediatrics and psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine...
1000 Letter dated January 30, 1974, from Belle Dubnoff, founder-di
rector, Dubnoff Center for Child Development and Educa-
1003 “The Habilitation and Education of the Autistic Child in a
Therapeutic Day School," article from the Journal of School
1003 "A Pediatrician's Guide to the Recognition and Initial Manage
ment of Early Infantile Autism,” article in Pediatrics, vol. 51,
1008 California Department of Health, statement, submitted by Congressman Clair W. Burgener.
1239 Carolina Population Council, resolutions relating to family planning
and population research; adopted by the governing council of the
904 Clinica de Salubridad de Campesinos, Kathryn Healey, project director, letter dated April 30, 1974, to Chairman Rogers
1307 Council for the Advancement of the Psychological Professions and
Sciences, Jack Donahue, executive director, letter dated March 20,
1306 Dellums, Hon. Ronald V., a Representative in Congress from the
State of California, letter from Secretary of HEW, Elliot Richardson
973 Developmental Disabilities Technical Assistance System, University
of North Carolina, _Appendix A to Mr. Wiegerink's statement,
800 Djerassi, Carl, professor of chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, letter dated March 5, 1974, to Chairman
Rogers with article attached entitled, “Brith Control After 1984".. 1284 du Pont, Hon. Pierre S., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Delaware, report and recommendations of the House Republican
954 Feminists for Life, Inc., Pat Goltz, international president, letter dated March 13, 1974, to Chairman Rogers.
1304 Furey, James, attorney, Carroll, Iowa, statement.
1281 General Accounting Office, Community Mental Health Centers
included in GAO's review having programs for treating alcoholics
678 Health, Education, and Welfare Department:
Characteristics of women served in organized family planning
494 Geographic report of grants and contracts active during October 1973 by State or Country, city, and institution..
490 Long term injectable contraceptives for women.
492 Short-term costs and benefits of the U.S. family planning program. 479
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Kastenmeier, Hon. Robert W., a Representative in Congress from the
State of Wisconsin, letter dated March 20, 1974, to Chairman
Map of Idaho showing location of Treasure Valley and Magic
States Regional Medical Program -
Community Health Clinics, Inc., Nampa, Idaho-annual report. Mount Carmel Guild, Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Dooling, Archdiocesan
director, letter dated January 28, 1974, to Congressman Peter W.
Rodino, Jr., with forwarding letter
Dr. Robert N. M. Crosby, past chairman, statement-
Correspondence between Jackson-Hinds Comprehensive Neigh
borhood Health Center and the Medicaid Commission re
Retarded, Donald A. Boyer, president, letter dated March 11, 1974,
to Chairman Rogers National Association of State Mental Health Directors, summary of
proposed substantive changes in CMHC Act, by NASMHPD (title
II of H.R. 11511)--
"Interstate Program Planning for the Developmentally Dis
abled,” summary -
man, Illinois Governor's Office of Human Resources, to Chair-
Fact sheet re State plan for developmental disabilities -
mental Disabilities re H.R. 11511.--.
gram in your State (sample letter is from State of Virginia
DD program to Congressman Satterfield).
Developmental Disabilities, Office for Planning and Program-
add to testimony -
of principles and membership--
Suggested amendments to H.R. 11845.-
CÁCH's with Federal staffing grants expiring end of fiscal National Council of Jewish Women, Eleanor Marvin, national presi
Additional material submitted for the record by-Continued
National Organization for Women, Ann Scott, legislative vice presi- Page dent, letter dated March 14, 1974, to Chairman Rogers--
1305 National Society for Autistic Children, attachments to Mrs. Akerley's prepared statement: Attachment No. 1.-Working definition of autistic children as adopted by the NSAC board.-
1087 Attachment No. 2.-Inclusion of autism in DD definition gaining support.-t
1088 Attachments No. 3 through No. 4-G.-Correspondence showing
specific examples of the problems arising due to the lack of
clarification of the definition of an autistic child.-- 1089-1123 National Women's Political Caucus, Audrey Colom, vice chairman, letter dated March 11, 1974, to Chairman Rogers -
1301 North Central Philadelphia Community Mental Health/Mental Re
tardation Center, Chester Jones, director, program development,
1232 Ohio Developmental Disabilities Planning and Advisory Council, statement.
1259 Pennsylvania Migrant Health Project, attachments to Mrs. Matalon's prepared statement: Migrant health project statistics, Service provided to migrant farmworkers in 1973.
1221 Medical case histories..
1222 Planned Parenthood Federation of America, attachments to Mr. Jaffe's prepared statement: Appendix 1.–Family planning programs in the United States, 1967–73: A graphic summary
864 Appendix 2.—Table 1. Estimated number of women at risk of unwanted pregnancy who could be certified as eligible for title IV-A family planning services under November 1 regulations, etc.--
878 Appendix 3.-Relationship between fiscal year 1973_impound
ments and authorization levels in H.R. 11511 and H.R. 11845.. 879 Population Council, attachments to Mr. Segal's prepared statement:
Attachment A-Resolution on support for population research.. 890
Population Growth and the American Future, submitted to
891 Schroeder, Hon. Patricia, a Representative in Congress from the State
of Colorado, letter dated February 14, 1974, from Sheri Tepper,
Congresswoman Schroeder re family planning services provided.---- 829 Tunney, Hon. John V., a U.S. Senator from the State of California, letter dated February 14, 1974, to Chairman Rogers -
1229 Tydings, Hon. Joseph D., former U.S. Senator from the State of Maryland, attachments to prepared statement: Short-term costs and benefits of the Federal family planning program..
837 Appendix-Short-term costs and benefits of Federal investment in a local family planning program: Louisiana.
850 "Energy and Food,” article by Anthony Lewis..
851 “Seven births every minute: Bangladesh's biggest long-range
problem,” article from the New York Times, February 1, 1974,
854 "Food Production Lagging Behind World-wide Demand,” article
from the Christian Science Monitor by Richard Nenneman. 855 "Food Riots in India Underline an Anger Caused by Inflation,
article from the New York Times, January 14, 1974 by Bernard
Additional material submitted for the record by-Continued
United Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc.:
Appendix I-UCPA affiliates' utilization of fiscal year 1974 State
Letzig, letter dated March 5, 1974, to Chairman Rogers...
sociate director, letter dated March 8, 1974, to Chairman Rogers -
statement.West Philadelphia Community Mental Health Consortium, Inc.:
Admissions to State hospitals from Philadelphia..
Report to board of directors.
ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTED AT HEARINGS
American Association on Mental Deficiency, David Rosen, president.
FACOG, project director, Division of Family Planning.
Linda Tarr-Whelan, director, program development.
Livingstone, Dr. Ernest T., chairman, Council on Legislation.
Merrill, Jeffrey, senior staff officer.
Miller, Dr. C. Arden, president-elect. American Psychiatric Association:
Batemen, Dr. Mildred Mitchell, vice president.
Giolito, Caesar. Association for Children With Learning Disabilities, Joan M. Rupp, chief, legisla
tive affairs. Association of State and Territorial Health Officials:
Ervin, Theodore, deputy director of public health, Michigan Department of
Michigan Department of Public Health.
Handicapped. Developmental Disabilities Technical Assistance System, University of North Carolina:
Davis, Dan, Associate Director of Organizational Development.
Wiegerink, Ronald, Ph.D., director. East Coast Migrant Health Project, Sister Cecelia Abhold, S.P., administrator. Epilepsy Foundation of America, Dr. James MacDonald Watson, member, board
Ahart, Gregory J., director.