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Spring Garden Institute (Pa.), 170.
See University of North Carolina, 143.
or name of institution.
Shepherd State College (W. Va.), 211.
chanic Arts, 182.
College (La), 75.
Tabor College (Kans.), 68.
Southwestern College (Kans.), 68.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 205.
W Wabash College (Ind), 58. Wagner Lutheran College (N. Y.), 136. Wake Forest College (N. C.), 143. Waldorf College (Iowa), 63. Walla Walla College (Wash.), 208. Warren Wilson College (N. C.), 143. Wartburg College (Iowa), 64. Wartburg Theological Seminary (Iowa), 64. Washburn University of Topeka (Kans.), 69. Washington College (Md.), 81. Washington and Jefferson College (Ps.), 173. Washington Junior College (Fla.), 37. Washington and Lee University (Va.), 206. Washington Missionary College (D. C.), 35. Washington State Teachers College (Maine), 77. Washington University (Mo.), 109. Washington, University of, 208. Watson School of Physiatrics, D. T. (Ps.), 163. Wayne State University (Mich.), 96. Wayland Baptist College (Tex.), 197. (Wayne) Nebraska State Teachers College, 113. Waynesburg College (Ps.), 173. Weber College (Utah), 198. Webster City Junior College (Iowa), 64. Wellesley College (Mass.), 90. Wells College (N. Y.), 137. Wenatchee Junior College (Wash.), 208. Wentworth Institute (Mass.), 40. Wesley Junior College (Del.), 32. Wesleyan College (Ga.), 42. Wesleyan College, Roberts (N. Y.), 130. Wesleyan Methodist College (8. C.), 180. Wesleyan University (Conn.), 30. Wessington Springs College (8. Dak.), 182. (West Chester) State Teachers College (Pa.), 171. West Contra Costa Junior College (Calll.), 25. West Georgia College, 42. West Liberty State College (W. Va.), 211. West Texas State College, 197. West Virginia Institute of Technology, 211. West Virginia State College, 211. West Virginia University, 211. West Virginia Wesleyan College, 211. Westbrook Junior College (Maine), 77. Westchester Community College (N. Y.), 137. Western Carolina College (N. C.), 143. Western College for Women (Ohio), 152. Western Illinois State College, 53. Western Kentucky State College, 74. Western Maryland College, 81. Western Michigan College, 96. Western Montana College of Education, 111. Western Reserve University (Ohio), 153. Western State College of Colorado, 28. Western Theological Seminary (Pa.), 174. Western Washington College of Education, 208. (Westfeld) State Teachers College (Mass.), 89.
Thiel College (Pa.), 172.
116. Upsala College (N. J.), 118. Upstate Medical Center (N. Y.). See State Univer
sity of New York, 135.
of, 200. Vermont State Teachers College (Castleton), 199;
(Johnson), 199; (Lyndon Center), 199.
Westmar College (Iowa), 64.
199. Westminster Theological Seminary (Md.), 81; (Ps.),
Winston-Salem Teachers College (N. C.), 144.
215; (Oshkosh), 216; (Platteville), 216; (River Falls), 216; (Stevens Point), 216; (Superior), 216; (White
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READJUSTMENT BENEFITS FOR INDIVIDUALS ENTERING THE ARMED SERVICES AFTER JANUARY 31, 1955
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Washington, D.C. The committee met at 10 a.m., pursuant to adjournment, in room 356, Old House Office Building, Hon. W. J. Bryan Dorn presiding.
Mr. Dorn. The committee will come to order.
But I do want our visitors to understand that so many of our members are tremendously busy. I might say that this is my 12th year in the Congress, and every year there is an increasing amount of mail and an increasing number of errands to run, and it is just almost impossible to get around. I have 2 days' mail about this high to get to sometime today, I hope, plus a dinner with constituents from South Carolina tonight.
In other words, I leave before my family gets up tomorrow morning, and I tiptoe in late tonight; so I live with them, but I do not get to see them. I do hope to see them Saturday.
Mr. Teague is unable to be here this morning, because he is presenting the $600 million budget of the Space Agency. Obviously this is very important.
We will place in the record at this point a letter of February 24, 1960, from Maurice H. Stans, Director, Bureau of the Budget, and a letter of February 21, 1960, from Edward Aderkas, with respect to the proposed legislation. (The letters referred to follow :)
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT,
BUREAU OF THE BUDGET,
Washington, D.C., February 4, 1960. Hon. OLIN E. TEAGUE, Chairman, Veterans Affairs Committee, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.
MY DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN : This is in reply to your letter of July 23, 1959, requesting the recommendations of the Bureau of the Budget regarding S. 1138, a bill "To provide readjustment assistance to veterans who serve in the Armed Forces between January 31, 1975, and July 1, 1963."
The proposed bill would provide three types of benefits for peacetime exservicemen: vocational rehabilitation for the service-disabled ; educational and vocational training allowances; and home and farm loan guarantees and direct loans. The estimated cost would be more than $3.2 billion through June 30, 1973, and some expenditures would continue beyond that date.