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Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, Dr. Daniel H. Bee, chair-

man, board of trustees..
Medical Society of Virginia, Dr. Vincent W. Archer...

Merriam, Mrs. Ida C., Director, Division of Program Research, Depart-

ment of Health, Education, and Welfare ---

Mississippi State Medical Association, Dr. George E. Twente..

Morse, Hon. Wayne, a U.S. Senator from the State of Oregon.

Mustin, George T., chairman, Legislative Information Committee,

American Nursing Home Association.--

National Association of Life Underwriters:

Adams, Albert C., chairman, committee on social security -

Dunaway, Carlyle, general counsel.

National Association of Social Workers:

Lourie, Norman V., vice president, and chairman, commission on social

policy and action.

Schottland, Dr. Charles I.

National Consumers League, Mrs. Vera Mayer, general secretary.
National Farmers Union, Reuben Johnson, coordinator.---
National Retired Teachers Association and American Association of
Retired Persons:

Andrus, Dr. Ethel Percy, national president..

Davis, Leonard....

National Social Security Clubs of America, Floyd K. Dover, national

president -

Philadelphia, Pa., David Berger, city solicitor..

Physicians Forum, Dr. Edmund Braun, member, board of directors...

Piszczek, Dr. Edward A., Illinois State Medical Society ---
Porter, Hon. Charles O., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Oregon..
Price, Dr. Leo, director, union health center, International Ladies Garment

Workers Union.--.

Reuther, Walter P., president, United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricul-

tural Implement Workers of America (UAW), and the industrial union

department, AFL-CIO.

Reynolds, Dr. T. Eric, president, California Medical Association..

Robins, Dr. R. R., American Academy of General Practice---

Roosevelt, Hon. James, a Representative in Congress from the State of

California

Rouse, Dr., Milford 0., Texas Medical Association.

Rubin, Dr. Abe, secretary and editor, American Podiatry Association --

Santangelo, Hon. Alfred E., a Representative in Congress from the State

of New York,

Schlotterbeck, Karl T., Chamber of Commerce of the United States.

Schottland, Dr. Charles I., National Association of Social Workers.

Short, Hon. Don, a Representative in Congress from the State of North

Dakota---

Smith, Stanton E., president, Tennessee State Labor Council, AFL-CIO..

Stephens, Mrs. Nell, registered practical nurse

Stetler, Joseph, head of the law division, American Medical Association --

Stubbs, Dr. Donald, chairman, board of directors, Blue Shield Medical

Care Plans..

Swartz, Dr. Frederick C., chairman, Committee on Aging, American

Medical Association.

Tennessee State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, Stanton E. Smith, president..

Tennessee State Medical Association, Dr. Joseph W. Johnson, speaker of

the house of delegates---

Texas Medical Association, Dr. Milford O. Rouse-

Thompson, Miss Julia C., American Nurses' Association.

Tompkins, Patrick A., commissioner of public welfare, Commonwealth of

Massachusetts..

Twente, Dr. George E., Mississippi State Medical Association---

United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of

America (UAW), and Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO,

Walter P. Reuther, president.

United Automobile Workers Retired Workers Center, Mrs. Jennie Herbon,

committee on health problems.---

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Adams, Albert C., immediate past president and chairman, Committee on

Social Security, the National Association of Life Underwriters, letter

dated July 30, 1959, to Congressman Mills.---

AFL-CIO, Nelson H. Cruikshank, director, Department of Social Security:

Comments on catastrophic illness insurance..

Form letter dated July 7, 1959, over the signature of Dr. Louis M.

Orr, president, American Medical Association, to association mem-

bers

Material on the British National Health Service..

Resolution adopted December 1957, by second constitutional con-

vention of the AFL-CIO on old-age, survivors, and disability

insurance..

Statement adopted by the AFL-CIO executive council, dated Febru-

ary 19, 1959, supporting the Forand bill, H.R. 4700_
Statement by AFL-CIO President Meany dated April 13, 1959, on

report of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare..

Unmet medical needs of the aged.---
Allen, W. L., international president, the Commercial Telegraphers'

Union, letter dated July 29, 1959, to Congressman Mills..

Altmeyer, Hon. Arthur J., former Commissioner for Social Security, tele-

gram dated July 8, 1959, to Congressman Mills...

Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach

Employes of America, AFL-CIO, John M. Elliott, executive vice pres-

ident, statement.--

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, Dr. Morris Brand, Dr.

William S. Hoffman, Dr. Joseph A. Langbord, and Dr. Julius Schwimmer,

medica: directors, statement-

American Association of Workers for the Blind, Inc., George E. Keane,

chairman, Legislative Committee, letter dated July 20, 1959, with a reso-

lution enclosed, to Congressman Mills.-

American Bar Association, Earl F. Morris, chairman, Standing

Committee

on Unemployment and Social Security, letter dated July 1, 1959, to

Congressman Mills.-

American College of Radiology, the, William C. Stronach, executive

director, letter dated July 14, 1959, to Congressman Mills.

American Dental Association, 'Dr. Matthew Besdine, member, Council

on Legislation, American Dental Association, statement.
American Foundation for the Blind, Irvin P. Schloss, legislative analyst,

American Hospital, George O. Shecter, administrator, letter dated July 17,

1959, to Congressman Mills.-
American Hotel Association, Vernon Herndon, Governmental Affairs

Committee, statement.--
American Life Convention, E. J. Faulkner:

Appendix to oral statement.--

Supplementary memorandums.

American Medical Association:

Larson, Dr. Leonard W., chairman, board of trustees, reprint of

July 13, 1959, issue of AMA News entitled "Communities Take

Action for Aged”.

Swartz, Dr. Frederick C., chairman, Committee on Aging, preliminary

presentation requested by Senator Patrick V. McNamara, of

Michigan, before his subcommittee...

American Mutual Insurance Alliance, statement..

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American Podiatry Association, Dr. Abe Rubin, secretary and editor,

newspaper clipping from the Washington, D.C., Evening Star of June 18,

1959.
American Public Health Association, Dr. Berwyn F. Mattison, executive

director, statement..

American Public Welfare Association, Wilbur J. Cohen:

Chart I. Life expectancy in the United States.

Chart II. Aged population of United States.-

Chart III. OASI aged beneficiaries and OAA recipients -

Chart IV. Hospital insurance coverage of aged OASI beneficiaries ---

Chart V. Reasons given by aged OASI beneficiaries for not carrying

health insurance.

Chart VI. Sources of income-aged persons in the United States.

Chart VII. Independent money retirement income of aged OASI

beneficiaries-married couples.---

Chart VIII. Distribution by selected dollar interval of OASI benefits

to retired workers, retired couples, and aged widows at end of

January 1959.-

Public and private expenditures for hospital care in the United States:

1953-55...

Arizona Medical Association, Inc., Dr. Jesse D. Hamer, statement-

Arizona State Dental Society, William C. Burke, D.D.S., secretary, letter

dated July 17, 1959, to Congressman Mills.

Arkansas Bar Association, Phillip Carroll, letter dated July 20, 1959, to

Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means.

Arkansas Medical Society, resolution.--

Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, Frank Cantrell, managing director,

letter dated June 29, 1959, to Congressman Mills.-

Associated Industries of Rhode Island, Inc., Frank S. Shy, letter dated

July 15, 1959, to Congressman Mills ---

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Inc., Dr. Louis S.

Wegryn, president, statement.-

Austin, Dr. John O., letter dated July 13, 1959, with another letter from

Mrs. Catharine Warren-Browne enclosed, to Hon. J. Floyd Breeding, a

Representative in Congress from the State of Kansas.

Baehr, Dr. George, consultant, Health Insurance Plan for Greater New

York, references and chart.--

Baker, Dr. Alfred T., Oklahoma State Medical Association, statement.

Barnes, James T., executive director, Medical Society of the State of North

Carolina:

"A View of American Medicine From Europe," article from the North

Carolina Medical Journal of July 1959, by Dr. Charles T. Pace---

Letter from Dr. S. D. McPherson, Jr., dated July 28, 1959.-

Beirne, J. A., president, Communications Workers of America, letter

dated July 13, 1959, to Congressman Mills..

Besdine, Dr. Matthew, member, council on legislation, American Dental

Association, statement-

Bowers, Dr. P. Clyde, president, the Medical Society of New Jersey,

statement-

Brand, Dr. Morris, medical director, Sidney Hillman Health Center, of

New York, statement.-
Braun, Dr. Edmund M., Physicians Forum, letter dated July 20, 1959, to

Congressman Mills, with an enclosure in response to Congressman Alger's

request for information re certain allegations-

Breeding, Hon. J. Floyd, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Kansas:

Letter dated July 13, 1959, with a letter addressed to him from Lonnie

Simpson, Simpson Oliver Implement Co., enclosed, to Congressman

Mills

Letter dated July 16, 1959, to Congressr

ssman Mills

Brown, Royall R., president, Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce

of North Carolina, letter dated July 10, 1959, to Congressman Mills--

Burger, George J., vice president, National Federation of Independent

Business, letter dated July 13, 1959, to Congressman Mills.
Burke, James L., president, Central Trades and Labor Council of Roches-

ter, N.Y., letter dated July 13, 1959, with resolution inclosed to Con-
gressman Mills...

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Burke, William C., D.D.S., secretary, Arizona State Dental Association,

letter dated July 17, 1959, to Congressman Mills..
Burrowes, Arthur V., president, Missouri Public Expenditure Survey,

statement.no

Butler, Dr. Allen M., president-elect, Physicians Forum:

Statement..

Telegram to Congressman Forand.

Cain, Dr. Joseph P., Jr., president-elect, South Carolina Medical As-

sociation, statement...
Calhoun, E. L., M.D., president, Washington State Medical Association,

letter dated June 30, 1959, to Congressman Mills..
California Medical Association, Dr. T. Eric Reynolds, president, editorial

from Los Angeles Herald Express of July 13, 1959-
California State Chamber of Commerce, James Mussatti, general manager,

letter dated July 8, 1959, to Congressman Mills.
California State Dental Association, G. Thomas Quigg, D.D.S., president,

letter dated July 13, 1959, to Congressman Mills -
Campbell, S. Joseph, M.D., president, Jefferson County Medical Society,

State of Alabama, letter dated July 1, 1959, to Congressman Mills.
Cantrell, Frank, managing director, Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce,

letter dated June 29, 1959, to Congressman Mills ----
Carroll, Phillip, Arkansas Bar Association, letter dated July 20, 1959, to

Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means--
Carter E. Kent, president, executive committee, East Tennessee Radio-

logical Society, resolution..
Central Trades and Labor Council of Rochester, N.Y., James L. Burke,
president, letter dated July 13, 1959, with resolution enclosed, to Con-

gressman Mills.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Karl T. Schlotterbeck, direc-

tor, economic security program, letter dated August 3, 1959, to Congress-
man Mills,

Citizens Public Expenditure Survey, Inc., of New York State, by Gibs

Consultants of Syracuse, N.Y., statement.-

Cohen, Wilbur J., American Public Welfare Association:

Chart I. Life expectancy in the United States...

Chart II. Aged population of United States.-

Chart III. OASI aged beneficiaries and OAA recipients.

Chart IV. Hospital insurance coverage of aged OASI beneficiaries --

Chart V. Reasons given by aged OASI beneficiaries for not carrying

health insurance...

Chart VI. Sources of income-aged persons in the United States.

Chart VII. Independent money retirement income of aged OASI

beneficiaries--married couples.--

Chart VIII. Distribution by selected dollar interval of OASI benefits

to retired workers, retired couples, and aged widows at end of

January 1959.

Public and private expenditures for hospital care in the United States:

1953-55.
Colorado State Medical Society, Dr. Irvin E. Hendryson, statement-
Commercial Telegraphers' Union, W. L. Allen, international president,

letter dated July 29, 1959, to Congressman Mills-

Committee on the Aging of the State of Alabama, Rubin Morris Hanan,

vice chairman, letter dated July 9, 1959, to Congressman Mills-----

Communications Workers of America, J. A. Beirne, president, letter dated

July 13, 1959, to Congressman Mills--

Connecticut State Medical Society, Dr. Elwood C. Weise, Sr., statement..

Consumers' League of New Jersey, Mrs. Marion C. Reed, president, letter

dated July 9, 1959, with statement enclosed, to Congressman Mills-

Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Inc., resolution..

Cruikshank, Nelson H., director, department of social security, AFL-CIO:

Comments on catastrophic illness insurance..

Form letter dated July 7, 1959, over the signature of Dr. Louis M.

Orr, president, American Medical Association, to association mem-

bers.

Material on the British National Health Service.
Resolution adopted December 1957, by second constitutional con-

vention of the AFL-CIO on old-age survivors, and disability insur-

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Statement adopted by the AFL-CIO/executive council, dated Feb-

ruary 19, 1959, supporting the Forand bill, H.R. 4700--

Statement by AFL-CIO president Meany dated April 13, 1959, on

report of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare..

Unmet medical needs of the aged.---

Cunningham, Hon. Glenn, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Nebraska, letter dated July 14, 1959, to Congressman Mills...
Dauphin County Medical Society, State of Pennsylvania, Fred B. Hooper,

M.D., president, letter dated July 16, 1959, with enclosure, to Congress-

man Mills
Davies, David S., executive assistant, New Jersey Department of Con-
servation and Economic Development, letter dated July 15, 1959, with
a report of a special committee to the New Jersey Commission on Áging,
enclosed, to Congressman Mills.--
Diack, Dr. Arch W., past chairman, committee on public policy, Oregon

State Medical Society, statement-
Di Gann, John M., letter dated July 13, 1959, to Congressman Mills...

Dixon, Dr. James P.., director, Hospital Council of Philadelphia, report

entitled "Financial Situation of Voluntary Hospitals”.

Dunn, Dr. W. LeRoy, president, the Medical Society of the District of

Columbia, letter dated July 10, 1959, to Leo H. Irwin, chief counsel,

Committee on Ways and Means.--

Durkin, Capt. Robert E., international president, International Organiza-

tion of Masters, Mates & Pilots, letter dated July 1, 1959, to Congress-

man Mills

Eastern Panhandle Medical Society, State of West Virginia, Dr. William

R. McCune, president, telegram to Hon. Jennings Randolph, a U.S.

Senator from the State of West Virginia.

East Tennessee Radiological Society, E. Kent Carter, president, executive

committee, resolution.

Elliott, John M., executive vice president, Amalgamated Association of

Street, Electric Railway & Motor Coach, Employes of America, AFL-

CIO, statement..

Faulkner, E. J., American Life Convention, Health Insurance Association

of America, and Life Insurance Association of America:

Appendix to oral statement..

Supplementary memorandum..-

Fawcett, Dr. John C., president, North Dakota State Medical Association,

letter dated July 7, 1959, to Congressman Mills.-

Finley, F. A., president, West Coast District Dental Society, State of

Florida, telegram dated July 14, 1959, to Congressman Mills.

Forand, Hon. Aime J., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Rhode Island: Letters, statements, and telegrams in support of H.R.

4700:

Abowitz, Dr. Murray, telegram.

Allen, Dr. G. Margery.

Gordon, Dr. Edwin L..

National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers,

statement..

Nemser, Dr. A

Newspaper clipping from the Providence, R.I., Evening Bulletin,

dated July 6, 1959, entitled “Blue Cross may have to boost rates”.

Pritcher, Dr. Leon, with bulletin enclosed..

Questionnaire circulated by AMA..

Saphro, Dr. Benjamin O..

Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Warren B.

Sully, Dr. Charles L., with newspaper clipping enclosed.

Waltma, Mrs. E. L., telegram.--

Workmen's Benefit Fund, statement.

Fostoria Academy of Medicine, telegram dated July 15, 1959, to Congress-

man Betts...

Frates, George H., the National Association of Retail Druggists, statement-

Gibs Consultants of Syracuse, N.Y., on behalf of Citizens Public Ex-

penditure Survey, Inc., of New York State, statement.---

Government Employees' Council of the AFL-CIO, Thomas G. Walters,

operations director, letter dated July 6, 1959, to Congressman Mills.-
Hamer, Dr. Jesse D., Arizona Medical Association, Inc., statement...

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