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SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1971

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BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE UNITED STATES SENATE

NINETY-SECOND CONGRESS

FIRST AND SECOND SESSIONS ON

H.R. 1

TO AMEND THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO INCREASE BEN- EFITS AND IMPROVE ELIGIBILITY AND COMPUTATION METHODS UNDER THE OASDI PROGRAM, TO MAKE IM- PROVEMENTS IN THE MEDICARE, MEDICAID, AND MATER- NAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAMS WITH EMPHASIS ON IMPROVEMENTS IN THEIR OPERATING EFFECTIVENESS, TO REPLACE THE EXISTING FEDERAL-STATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS WITH A FEDERAL PROGRAM OF ADULT ASSISTANCE AND A FEDERAL PROGRAM OF BENE- FITS TO LOW-INCOME FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN WITH INCENTIVES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING TO IMPROVE THE CAPACITY FOR EMPLOYMENT OF MEMBERS OF SUCH FAMILIES, AND FOR OTHER

PURPOSES

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SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS OF 1971

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n COMMITTEE ON FINANCE UNITED STATES SENATE

NINETY-SECOND CONGEESS

FIRST AND SECOND SESSIONS ON

H.R. 1

TO AMEND THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO INCREASE BEN- EFITS AND IMPROVE ELIGIBILITY AND COMPUTATION METHODS UNDER THE OASDI PROGRAM, TO MAKE IM- PROVEMENTS IN THE MEDICARE, MEDICAID, AND MATER- NAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAMS WITH EMPHASIS ON IMPROVEMENTS IN THEIR OPERATING EFFECTIVENESS, TO REPLACE THE EXISTING FEDERAL-STATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS WITH A FEDERAL PROGRAM OF ADULT ASSISTANCE AND A FEDERAL PROGRAM OF BENE- FITS TO LOW-INCOME FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN WITH INCENTIVES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING TO IMPROVE THE CAPACITY FOR EMPLOYMENT OF MEMBERS OF SUCH FAMILIES, AND FOR OTHER

PURPOSES

JULY 27, 29 ; AUGUST 2 AND 3, 1971, AND JANUARY 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31 ; FEBRUARY 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, AND 9, 1972

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COMMITTEE OX FINANCE

RUSSELL B. L CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico HERMAN E. TALMADGE, Georgia VANCE HARTKE. Indiana J. W. FULBRIGHT, Arkansas ABRAHAM RIBICOFF, Connecticut FRED R. HARRIS, Oklahoma HARRY F. BYRD. Jr., Virginia GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin

Tom V.

\G, Louisiana, Chairman

WALLACE F. BENNETT, Utah CARL T. CURTIS, Nebraska JACK MILLER, Iowa LEN B. JORDAN, Idaho PAUL J. FANNIN, Arizona CLIFFORD P. HANSEN, Wyoming ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan

,, Chief Counsel

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CONTENTS

Volume 1 Pages 1-734 Volume 4 Pages 1643-2247

Volume 2 Pages 735-1203 Volume 5 Pages 2249-2757

Volume 3 Pages 1205-1641 Volume 6 Pages 2759-3464

Discussions Between Members of the Committee on Finance and the Witnesses

Page

Russell B. Long (chairman) 1-3,

27, 29, 48-51, 62, 71, 93, 94, 97, 107, 111-114, 117, 121, 123-125, 127, 128, 135, 137, 142, 143, 148, 158, 159, 162-165, 174-186, 190, 215, 221, 226, 228, 231, 235-239, 242, 248, 249, 251, 252, 257, 258, 267-276, 280, 281, 302-309, 317, 325, 735-739, 743, 750, 756, 757, 759, 770, 783, 792, 796, 797, 800, 801, 806, 810, 811, 822-831, 833, 835-838, 844a-848, 860, 863-865, 867, 887, 889-896, 899, 902, 903, 906-908, 917-919, 924-933, 943, 944, 968, 972, 974-988, 1027, 1032, 1033, 1043, 1047, 1053, 1058-1062, 1064-1066, 1088, 1092-1094, 1101, 1112-1116, 1208, 1209, 1212, 1224, 1236, 1240- 1248, 1251, 1252, 1260, 1263-1266, 1291, 1292, 1298-1302, 1304, 1307-1310, 1312, 1313, 1320, 1324-1330, 1344, 1377, 1381, 1392, 1393, 1396, 1397, 1471, 1476, 1477, 1479, 1480, 1630-1633, 1637, 1639, 1641, 1649-1656, 1660, 1670-1672, 1690, 1717-1720, 1727, 1729, 1735, 1736, 1742, 1743, 1748, 1750, 1751, 1769-1771, 1775, 1780, 1781, 1788, 1794, 1796-1799, 1831, 1832, 1868-1870, 1873, 1876, 1878-1881, 1888, 1891, 1892, 1939, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1953- 1959, 1998, 2014-2016, 2018, 2019, 2022, 2023, 2056, 2062, 2067, 2068, 2072-2074, 2121, 2122, 2131-2136, 2138-2145, 2147, 2151, 2152, 2157, 2170-2176, 2214, 2220-2225, 2234, 2236, 2239, 2249, 2252, 2270-2272, 2383, 2386, 2393-2397, 2482, 2494, 2507-2509, 2516, 2520-2522, 2527, 2528, 2552, 2553, 2581, 2599, 2603, 2605, 2606, 2633, 2634, 2636, 2662-2664, 2667, 2668, 2670, 2697, 2757

Clinton P. Anderson 50,

187, 242, 258, 283, 770, 822, 893-896, 902, 903, 947, 1205, 1210, 1215, 1220, 1224, 1401, 1486, 1510, 1511, 1514, 1522, 1692, 1700, 1701, 1703, 1714, 1751, 1753, 1759-1760, 1769, 1921, 2051, 2137, 2172, 2260, 2280, 2399, 2404, 2412, 2415, 2419, 2584, 2585, 2597

Her ma n E. Talmadge 289-

291, 1517, 1518, 1623, 1626, 1646, 1647, 1656, 1661-1668, 1827, 1884-1886, 1952-1954, 1998, 2014, 2025, 2026, 2136, 2137, 2270- 2272, 2288, 2289, 2292, 2302, 2335, 2338, 2340, 2354, 2356, 2359- 2361, 2370-2373, 2382, 2511, 2513, 2516

Abrahan R ibicoff 3-5,

99, 103-107, 121, 124, 125, 148-159, 163, 164, 187-190, 202, 211, 212, 214, 215, 231, 232, 736, 737, 806-811, 813, 818, 822, 827, 829-833, 838, 844b, 943, 944, 951-954, 967, 968, 971, 972, 974, 986b, 987, 1033-1035, 1051-1055, 1062, 1063, 1066, 1098-1101, 1107- 1109, 1114, 1242, 1244, 1253-1255, 1257-1262, 1393-1395, 1401, 1451-1456, 1645, 1646, 1656-1661, 1671, 1692, 1788-1790, 1794- 1797, 1827, 1890-1893, 1895, 1896, 1898-1902, 1920, 1952, 2007, 2010-2012, 2126-2131, 2141, 2145-2147, 2156, 2157, 2161-2167, 2225-2227, 2386

Fred R. Harris 165-174,

2026, 2033, 2070-2073, 2338-2340, 2355, 2356, 2359-2361

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IV

Discussions Between Members of the Committee on Finance and the

Witnesses Continued Page

Harry F. Byrd, Jr 112-117,

221-228, 267, 283-289, 291-294, 29&-302, 861, 869, 870, 971, 1471, 1486, 1518, 1519, 1629, 1630, 1670, 1692, 1911-1918, 1950-1952, 2061, 2070, 2168, 2169, 2419

Gaylord Nelson 117-121,

236, 238, 240, 241, 834-836, 965-968, 988, 1106, 1107, 1643, 1794, 2070, 2125, 2155-2157, 2277, 2608, 2635, 2636

Wallace F. Bennett 27-29,

50, 97, 98, 127, 128, 135-137, 142, 143, 736, 737, 757, 758, 770-772, 968, 987, 1035, 1038, 1039, 1041, 1047, 1049-1051, 1065, 1095, 1110, 1111, 1215, 1220, 1224, 1244, 1247-1253, 1304, 1305, 1307- 1314, 1324, 1329, 1330, 1344, 1350, 1351, 1353, 1354, 1376, 1395-1398, 1402, 1477-1479, 1511, 1514, 1518, 1519, 1656, 1714, 1715, 1720, 1726, 1735, 1743, 1751, 1780, 1786-1788, 1902, 1948, 1954, 1957, 1958, 2030, 2157, 2239, 2240, 2242, 2358, 2361, 2397- 2402, 2404, 2416, 2418, 2419, 2425, 2439, 2516, 2518, 2522-2524, 2565, 2566, 2573-2575, 2584, 2592, 2640

Carl T. Curtis 50,

51, 62, 71, 85-88, 235, 248, 251-267, 309-314, 742, 743, 758, 759, 777, 778, 807, 809, 817-821, 860, 867, 868, 918, 919, 947-951, 968, 971, 972, 974, 1094-1097, 1109-1112, 1296-1298, 1381, 1382, 1392, 1397-1400, 1449-1451, 1480, 1481, 1510, 1514, 1523-1525, 1656, 1692, 1701-1703, 1771, 1780, 1781, 1787, 1828-1830,1832, 1833, 1876, 1882-1884, 1952, 2013, 2014, 2020, 2023-2025, 2030- 2033, 2168, 2228, 2255, 2256, 2268, 2276-2278, 2394, 2395, 2402- 2404, 2411, 2412, 2418, 2419, 2424-2426, 2524-2527, 2639, 2640, 2649-2651, 2665

Jack Miller 93-98,

232, 242, 243, 245-248, 259, 1046, 1055-1057, 1446-1449, 1887- 1891

Len B. Jordan 108,

109, 111, 112, 159-161, 163-165, 814-817, 892, 893, 954-958, 1035-1038, 1056, 1057, 1215, 1441, 1445, 1446, 1452, 1522, 1656, 1795, 1796, 1902-1906, 1959, 2012, 2013, 2072, 2242, 2527, 2604, 2634, 2635, 2640-2642, 2697

Paul J. Fannin 143-

148, 215-218, 220, 221, 744, 812-814, 868, 869, 895, 903, 920, 921, 959-962, 1057, 1058, 1063, 1097, 1098, 1401, 1402, 1444, 1481-1486, 1519-1522, 1668-1670, 1781, 1906-1911, 2016-2018, 2054-2056, 2157-2161, 2228-2231, 2236, 2237, 2242-2244, 2256, 2260, 2292, 2293, 2301, 2302, 2354, 2355, 2438, 2439

Clifford P. Hansen 137-

143, 212-215, 232, 234, 235, 258, 276-280, 302, 317-326, 811, 833, 834, 919, 920, 962-964, 1058, 1115, 1215, 1255-1257, 1312, 1324, 1325, 1348, 1444, 1514-1517, 1919-1921, 2016, 2026, 2070, 2130-2132, 2136, 2137, 2144, 2154, 2155, 2163, 2231-2233, 2244, 2299, 2300, 2302, 2352, 2651

Robert P. Griffin 228, 1308, 1309, 1312, 1314, 1320

Administration Witnesses

Hon. Elliot L. Richardson, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, accompanied by:

Hon. John G. Veneman, Under Secretary;

Hon. Robert M. Ball, Commissioner, Social Security Administration; Hon. Howard Newman, Commissioner, Medical Services Administra- tion; and

Hon. Stephen Kurzman, Assistant Secretary for Legislation 29, 187, 283

Hon. James D. Hodgson, Secretary of Labor, accompanied by:

Hon. Malcom R. Lovell, Assistant Secretary for Manpower; and Hon. Jerome M. Rosow, Assistant Secretary for Policy, Evaluation,

and Research . --- 128

Public Witnesses

AFL-CIO, Andrew J. Biemiller, Legislative Department; accompanied by:

Bert Seidman, Department of Social Security, AFL-CIO 1790

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Volume 2 Pages 735-1203 Volume 5 Pages 224^-2757

Volume 3 Pages 1205-1641 Volume 6 Pages 2759-3464

Public Witnesses Continued

Aid to Dependent Children Association of Lane County, Oreg., Lynda

Wilt, president, accompanied by : Page

Patricia Ban, Robin Derringer, and Loretta Daniel 2336

American Association of Foundations for Medical Care, F. William Dowda, M.D., secretary and member, board of directors; accompanied by:

James Bryan, consultant, Washington representative, AAFMC 2511

American Association of Retired Persons, Peter Hughes, legislative repre- sentative, accompanied by :

Robert Sykes, legislative representative 750

American Civil Liberties Union, James H. Heller, chairman 2376

American Council of the Blind, Washington, D.C., Durward K. McDaniel,

national representative 780

American Council of Medical Staffs, Jose Garcia Oiler, M.D.; accompanied by:

Edward S. Hyman, M.D., secretary, ACMS 2683

American Dental Association, James A. A. Catchings, D.D.S., member, Council on Dental Health; past president, National Dental Association; accompanied by:

Hal M. Christensen, director, Washington Office, American Dental

Association 2415

American Dietetic Association, Frances E. Fisher; accompanied by:

Lois Earl, nutritionist, Washington, D.C., member, ADA 2589

American Federation of Government Employees, Clyde M. Webber; ac- companied by :

Stephen A. Koczak, director of research 1751

American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-

CIO, Paul J. Minarchenko, director of legislation 1767

American Foundation for the Blind, Washington, D.C., Irvin P. Schloss,

legislative analyst 790

American Home Economics Association, Thomas M. Brooks, member and dean, School of Home Economics, Southern Illinois University, Carbon- dale, 111., accompanied by:

Doris Hansen, executive director, American Home Economies Asso- ciation 1637

American Hospital Association, Richard M. Loughery; accompanied by: Kenneth Williamson, deputy director, AHA, and director, Washington

Service Bureau 2274

American Life Convention, John S. Pillsbury, Jr., chairman and chief ex- ecutive officer, Northwestern National Life Insurance Co 740

American Mutual Insurance Alliance, Andre Maisonpierre. 2548

American Nurses' Association, Virginia Stone, chairman, executive com- mittee, Division of Geriatric Nursing Practice; accompanied by:

Constance Holleran, director, Governmental Relations Department,

ANA 2421

American Physical Therapy Association, Royce P. Noland, Washington,

D.C 2486

American Public Welfare Association, George K. Wyman, president; ac- \ companied by:

Wilbur J. Schmidt, chairman, National Council of State Public Welfare

Administrators; and Lloyd E. Rader, director, State Department of Institutions, Social

and Rehabilitative Services, Oklahoma 1643

American Speech and Hearing Association, Richard J. Dowling, director, Governmental Affairs ; accompanied by :

Dr. F. T. Spahr, deputy executive secretary, ASHA 2573

American Veterans Committee, F. J. Pepper, M.D., vice chairman 2288

Area Resources Improvement Council, George A. Welch, Benton Harbor, Mich. ; accompanied by :

J. Howard Edwards, executive director, ARIC;

Roger Curry, executive vice president, Twin Cities Area Chamber of Commerce; and

Andy Takacs, director, Government and Urban Affairs, Whirlpool

Corp 1320

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Public Witnesses Continued

Arkansas Prosecuting Attorneys Association, Samuel A. Weems, prosecut- Page

ing attorney for the 17th Judicial District, legislative chairman 835

Association of American Medical Colleges' Council of Teaching Hospitals, Leonard W. Chronkhite, Jr., M.D., chairman-elect; accompanied by: John M. Danielson, director, Department of Health Services and

Teaching Hospitals, AAMC 2630

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Thomas G. Dorrity, M.D.; accompanied by:

Frank K. Woolley, executive director, AAPS 2644

Association 'of State and Territorial Health Officers, Hollis S. Ingraham,

M.D 2383

Banaszynski, Thomas J., president, National Federation of Student Social Workers; accompanied by:

Hector Sanchez, coordinator of education, NFSSW 1867

Beaver County Commissioners, Hon. James E. Ross, chairman, Beaver, Pa.; accompanied by:

Cosmo Morabito, assistant administrator, Beaver County Hospital,

Pa 2581

Bellmon, Hon. Henry, a U.S. Senator from the State of Oklahoma 2019

Benson, Lucy Wilson, president, League of Women Voters of the United States; accompanied by:

Leonard, Lesser, consultant;

Jack T. Conway, president, Common Cause; and

Jack Moskowitz, consultant 1136

Biemiller, Andrew J., director, Legislative Department, AFL-CIO; ac- companied by :

Bert Seidman, director, Department of Social Security, AFL-CIO 1790

Biggs, William F., executive officer, Salt Lake Area Community Action Pro- gram, Salt Lake City, Utah; accompanied by:

Bonnie Hartley, vice president, Utah Welfare Rights; and

Andrew Gallegos, Coalition of Spanish Speaking Organizations of

Utah 2358

Blue Cross Association, Bernard R. Tresnowski, senior vice president for

Federal programs 2744

Brookings Institution, Joseph A. Pechman; accompanied by:

Alice M. Rivlin 801

Brooks, Thomas M., dean, School of Home Economics, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 111., member, American Home Economics Asso- ciation; accompanied by:

Doris Hansen, executive director, American Home Economics Associa- tion 1637

Brown, Mrs. Donald, national board member, National Council of Jewish Women; accompanied by:

Mrs. Bernard Koteen, chairman, day care committee 1733

Burk, Mike, legislative advocate, National League of Senior Citizens,

Los Angeles, Calif 899

California Chamber of Commerce, Roy A. Green, Jr., director, welfare

department 1827

Catchings, James A. A., D.D.S., member, Council on Dental Health, American Dental Association; past president, National Dental Associ- ation ; accompanied by :

Hal M. Christensen, director, Washington office, American Dental

Association 2415

Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, Seymour L. Wolf bein ; accompanied by :

Karl T. Schlotterbeck, consultant on economic security 1389

Child Welfare League of America, Joseph H. Reid; accompanied by:

Jean Rubin, staff 2026

Chiles, Hon. Lawton, a U.S. Senator from the State of Florida 2051

Cohelan, Jeffery, executive director, Group Health Association of America; accompanied by :

W. Palmer Dearing, M.D., medical consultant, GHAA 2390

Cohen, Hon. Wilbur J., former Secretary of HEW, dean, School of Edu- cation, University of Michigan 2121

Community Council of Greater New York, Rev. Robert P. Kennedy, chair- man, Task Force on Adequate Income and Services; accompanied by: Bernard M. Schiffman, executive director, CCGNY; and Jerry A. Shroder, director of information services, CCGNY 1344

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Volume 2 Pages 735-1203 Volume 5 Pages 2249-2757

Volume 3 Pages 1205-1641 Volume 6 Pages 2759-3464

Public Witnesses Continued

Conner, Hon. Louise T., State senator from Delaware; accompanied by: Paf?e

Arva Jackson, aide to Gov. Russell W. Peterson of Delaware 2268

Corcoran, Rev. Msgr. Lawrence J., secretary, National Conference of

Catholic Charities 1727

Cosgrove, John E., director, social development, U.S. Catholic Conference. 1714 Coughlin, Rev. Bernard J., chairman, Division Cabinet of Social Policy

and Action, National Association of Social Workers, Inc.; accompanied

by:

Glen Allison, director, Washington Office, NASW_ 1690

Council for the Advancement of Psychological Professions and Sciences (CAPPS), Jack G. Wiggins, psychologist, member, Board of Governors, Cleveland, Ohio ; accompanied by :

A.. Eugene Shapiro, diplomate, clinical psychology, consultant in

psychology, St. Michael's Hospital, Newark, N.J 2434

Council of State Chambers of Commerce, Paul P. Henkel, chairman, Social Security Committee, accompanied by:

William R. Brown, associate research director 754

Cronkhite, Leonard W., Jr., M.D., chairman-elect, Association of American Medical Colleges' Council of Teaching Hospitals; accompanied by: John M. Danielson, director, Department of Health Services and

Teaching Hospitals, AAMC 2630

Dealaman, Doris, Freeholder, Somerset County, N.J., chairman, Welfare Committee of the National Association of Counties; accompanied by: Ellis P. Murphy, director, social services, Los Angeles County, Calif.,

president, National Association of County Welfare Directors; David Daniel, director, Public AID, Cook County, 111.; and Ralph Tabor, director, Federal Affairs, National Association of Coun- ties 1220

Delta Associates International, William H. Shaker 2299

Dibble, E. T., management systems consultant, Atlanta, Ga 2370

Dorrity, Thomas G., M.D., president, Association of American Physi- cians and Surgeons; accompanied by:

Frank K. Woolley, executive director, A APS 2644

Dowda, F. William, M.D., secretary and member, board of directors, American Association of Foundations for Medical Care; accompanied by:

James Bryan, consultant, Washington representative, AAFMC 2511

Dowling, Richard J., director, governmental affairs, American Speech and Hearing Association; accompanied by:

Dr. F. T. Spahr, deputy executive secretary, ASHA 2573

Duke University School of Law, Clark C. Havighurst 2563

Eagleton, Hon. Thomas F., a U.S. Senator from the State of Missouri 2249

Edwards, Ozzie, National Federation of Social Service Employees and

Affiliated Organizations 2507

Evans, Hon. Daniel J., Governor of the State of Washington 1939

Ewing, Margaret, attorney, national health and environmental law program, University of California, Los Angeles; accompanied by:

Harvey Makadon, health law project, University of Pennsylvania

Law School 2702

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies of New York, John J. Keppler; accompanied by :

Samuel Felder, consultant 1741

Fisher, Frances E., American Dietetic Association; accompanied by:

Lois Earl, nutritionist, Washington, D.C., member, ADA 2589

Freeman, Roger A., senior fellow, the Hoover Institution on War, Revolu- tion, and Peace, Stanford University, California 1511

Gaboury, Fred, cochairman, National Coordinating Committee for Trade

Union Action and Democracy 1775

Gaver, Kenneth, M.D., Department of Mental Hygiene and Corrections, Columbus, Ohio; accompanied by:

Harry C. Schnibbe, executive director, National Association of State

Mental Health Program Directors, Washington, D.C 924

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Public Witnesses Continued

Gavin, James A., legislative director, National Federation of Independent

Business; accompanied by : Page

Thomas Rae, Washington, D.C., staff 914

Gibson, Robert W., M.D., medical director, the Sheppard and Enoch

Pratt Hospital, Towson, Md 2408

Gilligan, Hon. John J., Governor, State of Ohio; accompanied by:

John E. Hansan, director, Department of Welfare, Ohio 1101

Goldwater, Hon. Barry, a U.S. Senator from the State of Arizona 1783

Gravel, Hon. Mike, a U.S. Senator from the State of Alaska 2599

Green, Roy A., Jr., director, Welfare Department, California Chamber of

Commerce 1827

Group Health Association of America, Jeffery Cohelan; accompanied by:

W. Palmer Dearing, M.D., medical consultant, GHAA 2390

Gurney, Hon. Edward J., a U.S. Senator from the State of Florida 797

Harrell, Edward M., M.D., president, Louisiana State Medical Society;

accompanied by:

Paul Perret, associate secretary-treasurer, LSMS 2663

Havighurst, Clark C, professor of law, Duke University School of Law_ _ 2563 Health and Welfare Council, Chester Shore, chairman, Committee on

Federal Legislation 2289

Heller, James H., chairman, American Civil Liberties Union /376

Henkel, Paul P., chairman, Social Security Committee, Council of State Chambers of Commerce ; accompanied by :

William R. Brown, associate research director 754

Holmes, Burton C, vice chairman, National Association of Life Under- writers Committee on Federal Law and Legislation; accompanied by:

Michael Kerley, staff counsel, NALU 906

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Roger A. Freeman,

senior fellow, Stanford University, Calif 1511

Hughes, Peter, legislative representative, National Retired Teachers Association and the American Association of Retired Persons, accom- panied by:

Robert Sykes, legislative representative, both associations 750

Ingraham, Hollis S., M.D., president, Association of State and Territorial

Health Officers 2383

Jordan, Vernon E., Jr., executive director, National Urban League 2210

Kennedy, Rev. Robert P., chairman, Task Force on Adequate Income and Services, Community Council of Greater New York; accompanied by: Bernard M. Schiffman, executive director, CCGNY; and

Jerry A. Shroder, director of Information Services, CCGNY 1344

Keppler, John J., executive vice president, Federation of Protestant Wel- fare Agencies of New York; accompanied by:

Samuel Felder, consultant 6714

Kessler, Mrs. Gladys, Counsel, Working Mothers United for Fair

Taxation 1741

Knack, Lee E., director of labor relations, Morrison- Knudsen Co. of Boise,

Idaho 1441

Knebel, James D., executive vice president, National Association of Blue Shield Plans; accompanied by:

Lawrence C. Morris, vice president, Planning and Programing,

NABSP 2737

Koch, Hon. Edward I., a Representative in Congress from the State of

New York 2606

Kurfess, Charles F., speaker, Ohio House of Representatives, in behalf of the National Legislative Conference; accompanied by: Allen Dines, State senator, Colorado; and

Richard S. Hodes, State representative, Florida 2252

League of Women Voters of the United States, Lucy Wilson Benson, presi- dent; accompanied by:

Leonard Lesser, consultant;

Jack T. Conway, president, Common Cause; and

Jack Moskowitz, consultant 1236

Leopold, Jonathan, M.D., commissioner, Department of Mental Health, Montpelier, Vt.; and Gaver, Kenneth, M.D., commissioner, Department of Mental Hygiene and Corrections, Columbus, Ohio; accompanied by: Harry C. Schnibbe, executive director, National Association of State

Mental Health Program Directors, Washington, D.C 924

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Public Witnesses Continued

Page

Liberty Lobby, Washington, D.C., Warren S. Richardson 770

Licht, Hon. Frank, Governor, State of Rhode Island; accompanied by: John J. Affleck, director, Rhode Island Department of Social and Re- habilitative Services; and Joseph F. Murray, acting administrator, assistance payments program, 1027 Life Insurance Association of America, John S. Pillsbury, Jr., chairman and chief executive officer, Northwestern National Life Insurance

Company 740

Life Insurers Conference, John S. Pillsbury, Jr., chairman and chief execu- tive officer, Northwestern National Life Insurance Company 740

Loughery, Richard M., administrator, Washington Hospital Center, on behalf of the American Hospital Association; accompanied by:

Kenneth Williamson, deputy director, AHA, and director, Washing- ton Service Bureau 2274

Louisiana Hospital Association, Warren W. Simonds, president; accom- panied by: Charles R. Gage, executive director, LHA 2516

Louisiana State Medical Society, Edward M. Harrell; accompanied by:

Paul Perret, associate secretary-treasurer, LSMS 2663

McDaniel, Durward K., national respresentative, the American Council

of the Blind, Washington, D.C 780

McLean, Mrs. Elaine, vice president, Washington State Welfare Rights

Organization 2239

Maisonpierre, Andre, vice president, American Mutual Insurance Alliance. 2548

Management Systems Consultant, E. T. Dibble, Atlanta, Ga 2370

Meskill, Hon. Thomas J., Governor of the State of Connecticut 2007

Michigan University, School of Education, Hon. Wilbur J. Cohen, dean__ 2121 Minarchenko, Paul J., director of legislation, American Federation of

State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO 1767

Mitchell, Clarence, director of the Washington Bureau of the National

Association for the Advancement of Colored People 2220

Modlin, E. C, president, North Carolina Social Services Association; accompanied by :

Beverly Heitman, chairman, H.R. 1 Task Force of North Carolina. _ 1700 Montoya, Hon. Joseph M., a U.S. Senator from the State of New Mexico. 1205 Moore, Florence, executive director, National Council for Homemaker- Home Health Aide Services, Inc.; accompanied by:

Patricia Gilroy, executive director, Homemaker Service of the Na- tional Capital Area, Washington, D.C 2491

Morrison-Knudsen Co. of Boise, Idaho, Lee E. Knack, director of labor

relations 1441

Murphy, Richard E., assistant to the general president, Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO; accompanied by:

Paul Quirk, president, local 509, Boston, Mass 1759

Myers, Robert J., former chief actuary, Social Security Administration. __ 861 Nagle, John F., chief, Washington office, National Federation of the Blind. 775 National Association of Blue Shield Plans, James D. Knebel; accompanied by:

Lawrence C. Morris, vice president, planning and programing,

NABSP 2737

National Association for Mental Health, Hilda Robbins, member, Public Affairs Committee; president, Pennsylvania Mental Health, Inc., Fort

Washington, Pa .__ 2479

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Clarence

Mitchell, director, Washington Bureau 2220

National Association of Counties, Doris Dealaman, Freeholder, Somerset County, N.J., chairman, Welfare Committee; accompanied by:

Ellis P. Murphy, director, social services, Los Angeles County, Calif.,

president, National Association of County Welfare Directors; David Daniel, director, public aid, Cook County, 111. ; and Ralph Tabor, director, Federal affairs, National Association of Coun- ties 1220

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National Association of Life Underwriters Committee on Federal Law and

Legislation, Burton C. Holmes, CLU, vice chairman; accompanied by: Pa&e Michale Kerley, staff counsel, NALU 906

National Association of Social Workers, Inc., Rev. Bernard J. Coughlin, chairman, Division Cabinet of Social Policy and Action; accompanied by:

Glen Allison, director, Washington Office, NASW 1690

National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Jonathan Leopold, M.D., commissioner, Department of Mental Health, State of Vermont; Kenneth Gaver, M.D., commissioner, Department of Mental Hygiene and Corrections, State of Ohio; accompanied by:

Harry C. Schnibbe, executive director 924

National Conference of Catholic Charities, Rev. Msgr. Lawrence J.

Corcoran, secretary 1727

National Coordinating Committee for Trade Union Action and Democracy,

Fred Gaboury, cochairman 1775

National Council for Homemaker-Home Health Aide Services, Inc., Florence Moore; accompanied by:

Patricia Gilroy, executive director, Homemaker Service of the Na- tional Capital Area, Washington, D.C 2491

National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Donald Brown, national board member; accompanied by:

Mrs. Bernard Koteen, chairman, Day Care Committee 1733

National Federation of Independent Business, James A. Gavin, legislative director; accompanied by:

Thomas Rae, Washington, D.C, staff 914

National Federation of the Blind, John F. Nagle, chief, Washington office-- 775 National Federation of Social Service Employees and Affiliated Organi- zations, Ozzie Edwards 2507

National Federation of Student Social Workers, Thomas J. Banaszynski; accompanied by:

Hector Sanchez, coordinator of education, NFSSW 1867

National health and environmental law program, Margaret Ewing, University of California, Los Angeles; accompanied by: Harvey Makadon, health law project, University of Pennsylvania

Law School 2702

National League of Senior Citizens, Mike Burk, legislative advcoate,

Los Angeles, Calif __ 899

National Legislative Conference, Charles F. Kurfess, speaker, Ohio House of Representatives; accompanied by: Allen Dines, State senator, Colorado; and

Richard S. Hodes, State representative, Florida 2252

National Medical Association, Emerson Walden, M.D.; accompanied by: Drs. John Chissell, Erman Edgecomb, John A. Kenney, Jr.; and

Loy Kirkpatrick, counsel 2636

National Retired Teachers Association, Peter Hughes, legislative represent- ative; accompanied by:

Robert Sykes, legislative representative 750

National Urban League, Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., executive director 2210

National Welfare Rights Organization, George A. Wiley, executive director; accompanied by:

Beulah Sanders, national chairman, NWRO 2059

New York State Civil Service Employees Association, Theodore C. Wenzl,

president 2234

New York State Legislature, Hon. Henry A. Wise, former member 1626

Nixon, Allen, president-elect, Southern States Industrial Council; accom- panied by:

Anthony Harrigan, executive vice president -- 1620

Noland, Royce P., executive director, American Physical Therapy Associa- tion, Washington, D.C 2486

North Carolina Social Services Association. E. C. Modlin, president; accompanied by:

Beverly Heitman, chairman, H.R. 1 Task Force of North Carolina 1700 Northwestern National Life Insurance Co., John S. Pillsbury, Jr., chairman

and chief executive officer 740

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Obey, Hon. David R., a Representative in Congress from the State of Pare Wisconsin 1212

Oglivie, Hon. Richard B., Governor, State of Illinois; accompanied by:

Edward T. Weaver, director, Illinois Department of Public Aid 1043

Oiler, Jose Garcia, M.D., president, American Council of Medical Staffs; accompanied by:

Edward S. Hyman, M.D., secretary, AC MS 2683

Pechman, Joseph A.; accompanied by:

Alice M. Rivlin, Brookings Institution 801

Pepper, F. J., M.D., vice chairman, American Veterans Committee 2288

Percy, Hon. Charles H., a U.S. Senator from Illinois 1377

Pillsbury, John S., Jr., chairman and chief executive officer, Northwestern National Life Insurance Co., on behalf of American Life Convention, Life Insurance Association of America, and Life Insurers Conference, accompanied by:

Richard Minck, actuary, Life Insurance Association of America 740

Public Services Committee, P. Richard Stoesser, chairman, Board of Commissioners, Midland County, Mich; accompanied by: R. Jerry Bennett, chairman, Board of Commissioners; and

H. M. Meredith, county social services director 1303

Reagan, Hon. Ronald, Governor of the State of California; accompanied by:

Robert Carieson, director of social welfare 1873

Reid, Joseph H., executive director, Child Welfare League of America; accompanied by:

Jean Rubin, staff 2026

Richardson, Warren S., general counsel, Liberty Lobby, Washington, D.C_ 770 Robbins, Hilda, member, Public Affairs Committee, National Association for Mental Health; president, Pennsylvania Mental Health, Inc., Fort

Washington, Pa 2479

Rockefeller, Hon. Nelson A., Governor of the State of New York; accom- panied by:

Barry Van Lare, executive deputy commissioner, Department of

Social Services, New York State 2144

Ross, Hon. James E., chairman, Beaver County Commissioners, Beaver, Pa.; accompanied by:

Cosmo Morabito, assistant administrator, Beaver County Hospital,

Pa 2581

Salt Lake area community action program, William F. Biggs, Salt Lake City, Utah; accompanied by:

Bonnie Hartley, vice president, Utah Welfare Rights; and Andrew Gallegos, Coalition of Spanish Speaking Organizations of

Utah . 2358

Sargent, Hon. Francis, Governor of Massachusetts; accompanied by: Leonard Hausman; and

Edward Moscovitch, economists 942

Schloss, Irvin P., legislative analyst, American Foundation for the Blind,

Washington, D.C 790

Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO, Richard E. Murphy, assistant to the general president; accompanied by:

Paul Quirk, president, local 509, Boston, Mass 1759

Shaker, William H., Delta Associates International 2299

Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, Robert W. Gibson, Towson, Md 2408

Shore, Chester, chairman, Committee on Federal Legislation, Health and

Welfare Council of the National Capital area 2289

Simonds, Warren W., president, Louisiana Hospital Association; accom- panied by :

Charles R. Gage, executive director, LHA 2516

Smith, Hon. Preston, Governor, State of Texas; accompanied by:

Raymond Vowell, commissioner of public welfare, and

Ed Powers 1088

Smith, Richard S., welfare supervisor, Prince Georges County, Md.,

Department of Social Sciences 887

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Social Security Administration, Robert J. Myers, former chief actuary 861

Southern Illinois Univers^, Carbondale, 111., Thomas M. Brooks, dean, School of Home Economics, member, American Home Economics Association; accompanied by:

Doris Hansen, executive director, American Home Economics As- sociation 1637

Southern States Industrial Council, Allen Nixon, president-elect; accom- panied by :

Anthony Harrigan, executive vice president 1620

Stoesser, P. Richard, chairman, Public Services Committee, Board of Commissioners, Midland County, Mich.; accompanied by: R. Jerry Bennett, chairman, Board of Commissioners; and

H. M. Meredith, County Social Services Director 1303

Stone, Virginia, chairman, Executive Committee, Division of Geriatric Nursing Practice, American Nurses' Association; accompanied by: Constance Holleran, director, Governmental Relations Department,

ANA_- 2421

Thompson, William, stated clerk, United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.; accompanied by:

Dorothy Height, vice president, National Council of Churches of

Christ in the U.S.A.; and Hobart Burch, general secretary for health and welfare, United Church

of Christ Board for Homeland Ministries 1472

Tresnowski, Bernard R., senior vice president for Federal programs, Blue

Cross Association 2744

Trister, Michael B., Washington Research Project Action Council; ac- companied by:

Nancy Duff Levy 2352

Ullmann, Hon. Al, a Representative in Congress from the State of Oregon. 1292 United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., William Thompson, stated clerk; accompanied by:

Dorothy Height, vice president, National Council of Churches of

Christ in the U.S.A.; and Hobart Burch, general secretary for health and welfare, United Church

of Christ Board for Homeland Ministries 1472

U.S. Catholic Conference, John E. Cosgrove, director, social development. 1714 Walden, Emerson, M.D., president, National Medical Association; ac- companied by:

Drs. John Chissell, Erman Edgecomb, John A. Kenney, Jr.; and Loy

Kirkpatrick, counsel 2636

Washington Hospital Center, Richard M. Loughery, administrator, on behalf of the American Hospital Association; accompanied by:

Kenneth Williamson, deputy director, AHA, and director, Wash- ington Service Bureau 2274

Washington Research Project Action Council, Michael B. Trister; accom- panied by:

Nancy Duff Levy 2352

Washington State Welfare Rights Organization, Mrs. Elaine McLean,

vice president 2239

Webber, Clyde M., executive vice president, American Federation of Government Employees; accompanied by:

Stephen A. Koczak, director of research 1751

Weems, Samuel A., prosecuting attorney, 17th Judicial District, State of Arkansas, legislative chairman of the Arkansas Prosecuting Attorneys

Association 835

Welch, George A., Area Resources Improvement Council, Benton Harbor, Mich.; accompanied by:

J. Howard Edwards, executive director, ARIC;

Roger Curry, executive vice president, Twin Cities Area Chamber of Commerce; and

Andy Takacs, director, government and urban affairs, Whirlpool Corp. 1320 Wenzl, Theodore C, president, New York State Civil Service Employees

Association. 2234

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Wiggins, Jack G., psychologist, Cleveland, Ohio, member, Board of Governors, Council for the Advancement of Psychological Professions and Sciences (CAPPS), and executive committee; accompanied by:

A. Eugene Shapiro, diplomate, clinical psychology, consultant in Pȣe

psychology, St. Michael's Hospital, Newark, N.J 2434

Wiley, George A., executive director, National Welfare Rights Organiza- tion; accompanied by:

Beulah Sanders, national chairman, NWRO 2059

Wilt, Lynda, president, Aid to Dependent Children Association of Lane County, Oreg. ; accompanied by : Patricia Ban; Robin Derringer; and

Loretta Daniel 2336

Wise, Hon. Henry A., former member of the New York State Legislature _ _ 1626 Wolfbein, Seymour L., Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America; accompanied by:

Karl T. Schlotterbeck, consultant on economic security 1389

Working Mothers United for Fair Taxation, Mrs. Gladys Kessler 1746

Wyman, George K., president, American Public Welfare Association; accompanied by:

Wilbur J. Schmidt, chairman, National Council of State Public Welfare

Administrators; and Lloyd E. Rader, director, State Department of Institutions, Social and

Rehabilitative Services, Oklahoma 1643

Communications

Abzug, Hon. Bella S., U..S Representative from New York 2778

Acuff, Charles E., president, National Association of Coordinators of State

Programs for the Mentally Retarded, Inc 3318

AFL-CIO, Andrew J. Biemiller, director, Department of Legislation 1825

Agnes, Sister Mary, O.P., administrator, Holy Family Hospital 2983

Air Line Pilots Association, International, Capt. Paul Metcalf, chairman,

Committee on Discrimination in Pilot Employment 3360

Alabama State Agency for Social Security, Edna M. Reeves, director 3323

Allied Pilots Association, Martin C. Seham, general counsel 3445

American Association of Bioanalysts, Bernard Diamond, chairman,

Government and Professional Relations Council 3406

American Association of Blood Banks 3297

American Association of Dental Schools, John J. Solley, D.D.S., president- 2993 American Association of University Women, Mrs. Sherman Ross, chairman,

legislative program committee 3447

American Bar Association, Milton M. Carrow, chairman, section of admin- istrative law 2857

American Chiropractic Association and International Chiropractors Asso- ciation, Dr. John L. Simons, president, American Chiropractic Associa- tion; and Dr. William S. Day, president, International Chiropractors

Association 2857

American Clinical Laboratory Association, James L. Johnson, president 3426

American Life Convention, Life Insurance Association of America, William B. Harman, Jr., general counsel, ALC, and Kenneth L. Kimble, vice

president and general counsel, LIAA 749

American College of Nursing Home Administrators, Donovan J. Perkins,

D.P.A., president 2860

American Insurance Association, T. Lawrence Jones, president 2558

American Medical Association 3242

American Nurses Association, Inc.:

Constance Holleran, director Government relations 2434

Eileen M. Jacobi, R.N., Ed. D., executive director 3240

American Nursing Home Association of the Medicare and Medicaid

Programs, John K. Pickens 2528

American Optometric Association 2994

American Parents Committee, Inc., George J. Hecht, chairman 2861

American Pharmaceutical Association 3292

American Podiatry Association, Ernest M. Weiner, D.P.M., president 3305

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American Public Health Association 3364

American Society of Medical Technologists 3259

American Speech and Hearing Association, Kenneth O. Johnson, Ph. D.,

executive secretary 2862

Andersen, Arthur & Co., Allan J. Winick, partner 2863

Annunzio, Hon. Frank, U.S. Representative from Illinois 2781

Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, David A. Brody, director,

Washington office 3094

Armstrong, A. W., business office manager, Overlake Memorial Hospital- _ 2976

Arthur Young & Co., Washington, D.C 2374

Associated General Contractors of America, William E. Dunn, executive

director 3235

Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Walter R. Buerger,

M.D., secretary-treasurer 3390

Association of Children and Youth Project Directors, Fred Seligman, M.D.,

M.P.H., chairman 3288

Baker, Gerald W., administrator, Willapa Harbor Hospital 2979

Ballard, John H., executive director, Welfare Council of Metropolitan

Chicago 3253

Baroness Erlanger Hospital, E. B. Craig, controller, T. C. Thompson

Children's Hospital 2864

Beilenson, Hon. Anthony C, U.S. State senator from California 2810

Bennett, R. Jerry, chairman, Board of Commissioners 1319

Benson, Lucy Wilson, president, League of Women Voters of the United

States 1268

Bentley, C. D., administrator, the Valley Memorial Hospital 2980

Bernadette, Sister Mary, administrator, Saint Margaret's Hospital 3098

Bernardin, Most Rev. Joseph L., general secretary, U.S. Catholic Con- ference 1726, 3447

Biaggi, Hon. Mario, U.S. Representative from New York 2782

Biemiller, Andrew J., director, Department of Legislation, AFL-CIO 1825

Bigelow, John, executive vice president, Washington State Hospital

Association 2985

Bird, Robert J., Bird & Tansill 3274

Blackburn, Clark W., general director, Family Service Association of

America 3294

Blair, F. E., executive director, Ohio Valley General Hospital Association. 2967

Bliss, Paul S., administrator, Seattle General Hospital 2979

Blomquist, Paul, administrator, Grays Harbor Community Hospital 2978

Boucher, Anne Carey, chairman, Maryland Commission on the Status of

Women, Department of Employment and Social Services 2940

Boyer, John C, business manager, Mount Carmel Hospital 2976

Boynton, Alice, consultant, United Low Income, Inc 3258

Brighton- Allston Community Health Corp., Robert A. England, president. 3098

Bristor, Delos J., hospital administrator, Coulee General Hospital 2985

Brody, David A., director, Washington Office, Anti-Defamation League

of B'nai B'rith 3094

Bromberg, Michael D., director, Washington Bureau, Federation of

American Hospitals 2928

Brown, Hon. Garry, U.S. Representative from Michigan 2785

Buck, Arthur L., state representative, National Legislative Conference

Task Force on Human Resources 2855

Buck, Hon. Arthur L., U.S. State Representative from Wyoming 2991

Buerger, Walter R., M.D., secretary-treasurer, Association of American

Physicians and Surgeons 3390

Bumpers, Hon. Dale, Governor of Arkansas 844a

Buonopane, Pat, East Boston Neighborhood Health Committee, Boston,

Mass 3097

Burk, Mike, legislative advocate, National League of Senior Citizens 905

Burns, Hon. John A., Governor of Hawaii 2799

Cahill, Hon. William T., Governor of New Jersey 2799

Carkulis, Theodore, State of Montana, Department of Public Welfare 3441

Carlton, Robert A., chairman, Monroe County Coalition for Welfare

Justice 3410

Carney, Hon. Charles J., U.S. Representative from Ohio 2786

Carrow, Milton M., chairman, Section of Administrative Law, American

Bar Association 2857

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Carter, Hon. Jimmy, Governor of the State of Georgia 1999

Cascade Valley Hospital, Allen K. Remington, administrator 2979

Central Memorial Hospital, Clarence M. Pritchard, administrator 2982

Chamber of Commerce of the United States, William P., McHenry, Jr.,

economic security manager 1428, 2864

Child Care and Preschool Programs Commission, Office of Education,

Santa Cruz County, Calif., Richard R. Fickel, superintendent 2878

Chisholm, Hon. Shirley, U.S. Representative from New York 2787

Church, Hon. Frank, U.S. Senator from Idaho 2761

Cimino, Bonnie, welfare chairman, League of Women Voters of Columbia,

S.C 1276

Coalition of Independent Health Professions on Peer Review Systems 3363

College of American Pathologists, Dr. C. A. McWhorter 2880

Colwell, David, president, Council of Planning Affiliates 2920

Committee on Income Maintenance, Joan Foley 2888

Community Service Society, Bernard C. Fisher 2889

Community Service Society, representing the Committee on Aging, Com- mittee on Family and Child Welfare, Committee on Health in the

Department of Public Affairs 2997

Cook County Department of Public Aid 1234, 2918

Cornelius, Dorothy, A., R.N., executive director, Ohio Nurses Association.. 2965 Coon, Dr. Robert W., National Committee for Careers in Medical Tech- nology 3032

Coulee General Hospital, Delos J. Bristor, hospital administrator 2985

Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Inc., Max M. Fisher__ 2920

Council of Planning Affiliates, David Colwell, president 2920

Council of State Governments, William L. Frederick, director, eastern

office 3156

Craig, E. B., controller, T. C. Thompson Children's Hospital, Baroness

Erlanger Hospital 2864

Cruikshank, Nelson H., president, National Council of Senior Citizens 2964

Dailey, J. A., administrator, Walla Walla General Hospital 2982

Daniel, David L., director, Cook County Department of Public Aid 1234

Davey, Mrs. Elizabeth, member, board of directors, League of Women

Voters of Michigan 1278

Davis, James A., president, board of trustees, Ferry County Memorial

Hospital 2974

Davis, Leon J., president, National Union of Hospital and Nursing Home

Employees, RWDSU, AFL-CIO 2987

Day, Dr. William S., president, International Chiropractors Association. _ 2857 Dayton General Hospital, Fred Schreck, chairman of board, and Cecil

Mackliet, secretary 2982

Deaconess Hospital, Harry C. Wheeler, administrator 2976

Dechant, Tony T., president, National Farmers Union 2964

Department of Church in Society of the Christian Church (Disciples of

Christ), Indianapolis, Ind 1507

Department of Employment and Social Services, Anne Carey Boucher,

chairman, Maryland Commission on the Status of Women 2940

Department of Health and Hospitals, Dr. Rowland L. Mindlin, director,

maternal and child health 2992

Department of Health, Section of Hospitals and Medical Facilities, Verne

A. Pangborn, director 3130

Department of Justice, State of California, Evelle J. Younger, attorney

general 3159

Diamond, Bernard, chairman, Government and Professional Relations

Council, American Association of Bioanalysts 3406

Dimmick, William A., president, Health and Welfare Planning Council of

Memphis-Shelby County, Tenn 3217

Doctors Hospital, Seattle, Wash., Dr. S. A. Tucker, director 2975

Dolan, Merrilee, chairone, Task Force on Women in Poverty, National

Organization for Women 3284

Doss, Lawrence P., president, New Detroit, Inc 3232

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Drinan, Hon. Robert F., U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 2788

Dunn, William E., executive director, the Associated General Contractors

of America 3235

East Boston Health Center, Dr. James O. Taylor, medical director, staff. 3098 East Boston Neighborhood Health Committee, Boston, Mass., Pat

Buonopane... 3097

Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J., National Committee for

Careers in the Medical Laboratory 3023

Eid, Elmer O., administrator, Memorial Hospital, Inc 2987

Egan, Hon. William A., Governor of Alaska 2002

Eilberg, Hon. Joshua, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 2789

Elliott, John Doyle, secretary, Townsend Foundation 3384

England, Robert A., president, Brighton- Allston Community Health

Corp 3098

Episcopal Community Services, diocese of Pennsylvania, Charles