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We believe the flexibility permitted by this provision in the Senate bill would be advantageous to the States and would better promote the purposes of the bill.

This, Mr. Chairman, concludes our testimony in support of s. 2758, a bill designed to broaden and improve an existing program which has become a model of effective Federal-State cooperation in the advancement of community health services. On the solid base of the existing programs it would add a five-point plan for constructing the kind of health facilities which our communities most urgently need, and which they can most efficiently and economically maintain. It is a bill which, we believe, would make a real contribution toward better health care for thousands of our fellow Americans. We therefore urge favorable consideration of the bill by your committee.

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Senator PURTELL. The committee will stand recessed until 10 o'clock tomorrow at which time we will have as witnesses Mr. George Bublich, executive director of the American Hospital Association; Dr. John M. Farrell, executive secretary of the North Carolina Medical Care Commission; Dr. John J. Burke, executive director of the New York State Joint Hospital Survey and Planning Commission; and Mr. Richard C. Parmelee, attorney for Connecticut Private Hospital Association.

If there is nothing further to come before the committee at this time, we will stand in recess until tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DIVISION OF HOSPITAL FACILITIES
Tentatire allotments to the States and Territories for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1955, under the Public Health Service Act (title VI), as amended
Allotment

Allotment1
Total
$50, 000, COO Nevada..

$200,000 New Hampshire_

* 200,000 Alabama 1, 797, 282 New Jersey.

982, 163 Arizona 318, 951 New Mexico_

306, 419 Arkansas 1, 076, 964 New York...

2, 216, 391 California 2, 061, 436 North Carolina.

2, 193, 833 Colorado 420, 976 North Dakota

216, 631 Connecticut. 358, 267 Ohio

1,933, 365 Delaware * 200,000 Oklahoma

988, 552 District of Columbia. • 200. 0001 Oregon -

423, 925 Florida 1, 249, 951 | Pennsylvania

2, 765, 832 Georgia 1, 801, 115 Rhode Island

204, 591 Idabo 215, 009 South Carolina.

1, 237, 570 Illinois. 1, 584, 779 South Dakota.

224, 887 Indiana 1, 169, 799 Tennessee

1, 692, 800 lowa. 800, 572 Texas..

2, 918, 280 Kansas.. 662, 966 Utah...

262, 729 Kentucky 1, 534, 801 / Vermont

2 200,000 Louisiana 1, 339, 251 | Virginia

1, 479, 068 Maine 338,513 Washington

561, 826 Maryland. 632, 47 West Virginia.

908, 593 Massachusetts 1, 121, 096 | Wisconsin

1, 002, 214 Michigan. 1, 610, 580 Wyoming

2 200, 000 Minnesota 999, 118 Alaska

2 200, 000 Mississippi 1, 419, 898 Hawaii.

2 200, 000 Missouri. 1, 235, 211 Puerto Rico.--.

1, 469, 731 Montana * 200,000 Virgin Islands.

15, 726 Nebraska..

405, 889 Based on: (Q) Total population of the continental United States and Territories as of Juls 1, 1952, as estimated by Bureau of the Census. (Series P 25, Nos, 84 and 76.) b) Allotment percentages for the fiscal years 1954 and 1955, as promulgated in the Federal Register, Sept. 5, 1952.

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Tentative allotments to the states and Territories based on an appropriation of

$112 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1955, under the Public Health Service Act (title VI), as amended Allotment 1

Allotment i Total.$112, 000, 000 Nevada--

* $200,000 New Hampshire-

418, 858 Alabama.. 4,083, 724 New Jersey-

2, 231, 638 Arizona 724, 710 New Mexico..

696, 235 Arkansas. 2, 447, 041 New York--

5, 036, 009 California.. 4, 683, 927 | North Carolina.

4, 984, 754 Colorado956, 528 North Dakota..

492, 222 Connecticut. 814, 043 Ohio---

4, 392, 926 Delaware 200, 000 Oklahoma

2, 246, 154 District of Columbia... 247, 116 Oregon.-

963, 228 Florida--2, 810, 104 Pennsylvania

6, 284, 131 Georgia 4,092, 434 Rhode Island.

464, 864 Idaho.

488, 537
South Carolina

2, 811, 364 Illinois. 3, 600, 882 South Dakota...

510, 982 Indiana. 2, 657, 977 | Tennessee

3, 846, 323 lowa.-1, 819, 033 / Texas..

6, 630, 818 Kansas. 1, 506, 370 Utah..

556, 965 Kentucky 3,532, 766 Vermont.

334, 327 Louisiana 3,043, 001 Virginia--

3, 360, 689 Maine. 814, 601 | Washington..

1, 276, 562 Maryland. 1, 437, 025 West Virginia.

2, 064, 474 Massachusetts2, 547, 317 Wisconsin.-

2, 277, 198 Michigan----3, 659, 507 Wyoming

* 200,000 Minnesota 2, 270, 163 | Alaska-

2 200,000 Mississippi.3, 226, 244 | Hawaii.-

315, 828 Missouri -2, 806, 604 | Puerto Rico.-

3, 339, 473 Montana. 335, 444 Virgin Islands.

35, 733 Nebraska.

922, 247 1 Based on: (a) Total population of the continental United States and Territories as of July 1, 1952, as estiinated by Bureau of the Census. (b) Allotment percentages for the fiscal years 1954 and 1955, as promulgated in the

(Series P 25, Nos. 84 and 76.) Federal Register, Sept. 5, 1952.

* Minimum allotments of $200,000 as specified in the Public Health Service Act (title VI), as amended.

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Tentative allotments to the States and Territories based on an appropriation of
$150 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1955, under the Public Health
Service Act (title VI), as amended
Allotment 1

Allotment 1 Total..----- $150,000,000 Nevada..

2 $200,000 New Hampshire--

561, 889 Alabama. 5, 478, 230 New Jersey-

2,993, 695 Arizona. 972, 183 New Mexico.

933, 985 Arkansas 3, 282, 654 New York.-

6, 755, 700 California. 6, 283, 390 North Carolina..

6, 686, 943 Colorado 1, 283, 162 North Dakota.

660, 306 Connecticut. 1, 092, 021 Ohio--

5, 893, 018 Delaware.. * 200, 000 Oklahoma-

3,013, 169 District of Columbia.. 331, 501 Oregon.--

1, 292, 150 Florida 3, 809, 940 | Pennsylvania.

8, 430, 432 Georgia 5, 489, 914| Rhode Island --

623, 605 Idaho.. 655, 362 | South Carolina-

3,772, 191 Ilinois. 4, 830, 507 | South Dakota.

685, 472 Indiana. 3, 565, 621 | Tennessee.

5, 159, 762 2, 440, 195 Texas..

8, 895, 102 2, 020, 763 Utah--

800, 815 Sentucky. 739, 131 Vermont

448, 493 Louisiana. 4,082, 121 Virginia.

4, 508, 294 Maine. 1, 092, 770 Washington.

1, 712, 481 Maryland--1, 927, 739 West Virginia.

2, 769, 449 Massachusetts 3, 417, 172 Wisconsin.-

3, 054, 812 chigan.. 4,909, 151 Wyoming

227, 542 3, 045, 375 Alaska--

* 200,000 4, 327, 938 | Hawaii.

463, 922 3, 765, 001 Puerto Rico--

4, 479, 832 Montana 449, 991 Virgin Islands..

47, 935 Nebraska..

1, 237, 174 Based on: (a) Total population of the continental United States and Territories as of July 1, 1952. as estimated by Bureau of the Census. (Series P25, Nos. 84 and 76.)

Allotment percentages for the fiscal years 1954 and 1955, as promulgated in the Orderal Register, Sept. 5, 1952.

Moimum allotments of $200,000 as specified in the Public Health Service Act (title WI), as amended,

(Whereupon, at 1:10 p. m., the committee recessed until 10 a. m. the following day, Thursday, March 18, 1953, in room P-63, Capitol

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