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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
Washington, D.C., April 1, 1977.
DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: Under authority of Senate Resolution 373 agreed to March 1, 1976, I am submitting to you the annual report of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, "Developments in Aging: 1976,” Part II.
Publication has been delayed this year by one month because of Senate reorganization and the need for the new membership of this Committee to review the draft report.
Senate resolution 4, approved by the Senate, February 1, 1977, authorizes this Committee to continue inquiries and evaluations of issues on aging. This pertains not only to those of age 65 and beyond but others who find that advancing years effect their lives in one way or another.
On behalf of the members of the Committee audits staff, I want to extend my thanks to the officers of the Senate for the cooperation and courtesies extended to us. Sincerely,
APRIL 7 (legislative day, FEBRUARY 21), 1977.—Ordered to be printed
Mr. CHURCH, from the Special Committee on Aging,
submitted the following
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FEDERAL COUNCIL ON THE
FEDERAL COUNCIL ON THE AGING,
Washington, D.C., January 14, 1977. Hon. FRANK CHURCH, Chairman, Special Committee on Aging, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C.
DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN : On behalf of the Federal Council on the Aging, I am pleased to submit the third annual report of the Federal Council on the Aging. Our report also includes some of the plans which we have for 1977. This report shows that the Council has made recommendations