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HARRY FLOOD BYRD, Virginia, Chairman ROBERT S. KERR, Oklahoma

JOHN J. WILLIAMS, Delaware J. ALLEN FREAR, JR., Delaware

FRANK CARLSON, Kansas RUSSELL B. LONG, Louisiana

WALLACE F. BENNETT, Utah GEORGE A. SMATHERS, Florida

JOHN MARSHALL BUTLER, Maryland CLINTON P. ANDERSON, New Mexico CARL T. CURTIS, Nebraska PAUL H. DOUGLAS, Illinois

THRUSTON B. MORTON, Kentucky ALBERT GORE, Tennessee HERMAN E. TALMADGE, Georgia EUGENE J. MCCARTHY, Minnesota VANCE HARTKE, Indiana

ELIZABETH B. SPRINGER, Chief Clerk

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American Dental Association....

American Public Welfare Association.

Bartlett, Hon. E. L., U.S. Senator from the State of Alaska_
Butler, Allan M., professor of pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, and

chairman, the Physicians Forum.--
Byrd, Hon. Robert C., U.S. Senator from the State of West Virginia..
Case, Hon. Clifford P., U.S. Senator from the State of New Jersey -
Chamber of Commerce of the United States..
Chance, Hugh E., International Chiropractors Association; accompanied

by S. K. Keiser, Lancaster, Pa--
Cohen, Wilbur J.--

Distribution of Federal funds among the States under the proposed

medical services for the aged plan...

Meeting the health care needs of older people through social insurance.

Old-age assistance and aid to dependent children combined—Esti-

mated annual increase needed in public assistance payments under

specified measures -

Old-age assistance and aid to dependent children, separately-Cost

standards for basic requirements estimated at twice specified food

costs in USDA low-cost food plan: Financial need met by public

assistance payments for basic requirements and special needs other

than for medical care at end of calendar year 1958, under specified

measure of total cost for basic items.--

309

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Cohen, Wilbur J-Continued

Old-age assistance and aid to dependent children, separately-State

cost standards: Financial need met by public assistance payments
for basic requirements and special needs other than for medical care Page
under State cost standards at end of calendar year 1958

310
Connerton, James P., field representative, New Jersey Education Associa-
tion, and the New Jersey Civil Service Association..

324
Cruikshank, Nelson H., director, Department of Social Security, AFL-CIO;

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

222
Analysis of administration plan..

242
Analysis of Javits bill, S. 3350.

241
Editorials from Business Week

227
Danstedt, Rudolph T., director of the Washington branch office, National
Association of Social Workers ..

422

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

of America and Life Insurance Association of America; accompanied by

David Robbins, assistant director of research, Health Insurance Associa-

tion..

253

Resolution adopted by Nationwide Insurance Board of Directors, April

7, 1960.--

264

Flemming, Hon. Arthur S., Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare;

accompanied by Charles E. Hawkins, W. L. Mitchell, Robert J. Myers,

Robert M. Ball, Social Security Administration, and Robert A. Forsythe,

Assistant Secretary, Department of Health, Education and Welfare..--42, 154

Estimated annual Federal-State-local costs under (a) proposed medi-

care program for the aged, (b) program of medical services for the aged

(title XVI of the Social Security Act, as added by title VI of H.R.

12580, and (c) improvement in medical services under the old-age

assistance program arising from combined effect of proposed med-

icare program, proposed title XVI of Social Security Act, and pro-

posed increase in Federal matching for medical services under old-age

assistance in H.R. 12580.---

75

Estimated Federal and State-local expenditures as a result of medicare

program for the aged, by State, if all States participate, as of Janu-

51

Numbers of persons aged 65 and over receiving old-age, survivors,

and disability insurance, old-age assistance, and both types of

payments, specified dates

72

Administration proposed bill.

62
Gifford, Bruce, managing director, International Association of Health
Underwriters

381
Governors' conference, resolution approved on subject "Problems of the
Aging;" and telegram from 23 Governors attending conference.

161

Illinois Manufacturers Association.

434

Javits, Hon. Jacob K., U.S. Senator from the State of New York. 135, 327

Analysis of proposed bill..

135

Conference on the “Role of the Federal Government in Problems of

Health and Medical Research”.

138

Response of the States to Federal-State grant programs

144

Kennedy, Hon. John F., U.S. Senator from the State of Massachusetts..

Larson, Dr. Leonard, president-elect, American Medical Association,

accompanied by C. Joseph Stelter, general counsel.

202

Letter to chairman.

221

Leighty, G. E., chairman, Railway Labor Executives Association.

375

Long, Hon. Oren E., U.S. Senator from the State of Hawaii.

332

Magnuson, Hon. Warren G., U.S. Senator from the State of Washington. 283

McCrary, V. Eugene, the American Optometric Association.-

291

Proposed amendments.

295

Resolution of the American Medical Association.

293

McLain, George, president, National League of Senior Citizens, chairman,
California Institute of Social Welfare..

192
McNamara, Hon. Pat, U.S. Senator from the State of Michigan.

107
Analysis: Retired Persons Medical Insurance Act----

110
Remarks in Senate.

116

Murphy, Emmett J., director of industrial relations, National Chiropractic

Association

195

Nagle, John W., National Federation of the Blind

285

National Association of Manufacturers.

418

National Lawyers Guild..

386

Rockefeller, Hion. Nelson A., Governor of the State of New York.

187

Schafer, Joseph A., member, Pennsylvania Institute of Public Accountants. 396

Schamberg, F. L., Committee on Social Security for Physicians; accom-

panied by Harry Kelber, secretary-

275

Results of the 18 polls of physicians on the issue of al security cover-

age.

277

Schloss, Irvin P., legislative analyst, American Foundation for the Blind 383
Schottland, Charles I., dean, Florence Heller School for Advanced Studies
in Social Welfare, Brandeis University

378, 398
South Dakota State Medical Association.

427
Sundquist, Perry, chief, Division for the Blind, Department of Social Wel-
fare, California..

288
Thompson, Julia C., Washington representative, American Nurses Asso-
ciation.

409

Williams, Hon. Harrison A., Jr., U.S. Senator from the State of New

Jersey -

279

The Social Security Offset schedule-

282

Zimmerman, J. C., assistant executive vice president, Kentucky Chamber
of Commerce

424

421

332

407
338

416

194

349

339

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS

Adams, Albert C., chairman, Committee on Social Security, the National

Association of Life Underwriters, to chairman.
Altmeyer, Arthur J., former Commissioner for Social Security, to chair-
Americans for Democratic Action, to chairman.
Baehr, George, New York, N.Y., to chairman.
Bain, Mrs. Katherine, chairman, Legislative Program Committee, Ameri-

can Association of University Women, to chairman.--
Ballinger, Charles L., American Osteopathic Association, Coral Gables,

Fla., to chairman..

Bandolin, Beatrice, chairman, Presidents Council, Older Adults Depart-

ment, Jewish Community Centers of Chicago, to chairman..

Barbee, W. M., president, North Carolina State AFL-CIO, to com-

mittee

Bee, Hon. Daniel H., chairman, board of trustees, Pennsylvania Medical

Society, to committee..

Beirne, J. A., president, Communications Workers of America, to com-

mittee

Berger, David, city solicitor of Philadelphia, to chairman.
Berman, Benjamin, president, Golden Age Club, Trenton, N.J., to chair-

Bernhardt, A. J., general president, Brotherhood of Railway Car Men of

America, to committee

Berthright, w. C., general president and secretary-treasurer, Journeymen

Barbers, Hairdressers, etc., International Union, to committee

Boyer, Harry, copresident, Pennsylvania AFL-CIO, to committee.

Brady, Joseph E., director of legislation, International Union of United

Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft Drink, & Distillery Workers of America,

AFL-CIO, to committee -

Braley, Edward L., business agent, Local 321, Plumbers & Fitters, to

committee.

Brandenburg, Mort, general president, Distillery Rectifying Wine and

Allied Workers International Union of America, AFL-ĊIO, to commit-

tee..

Brown, Elmer, president, International Typographical Union, to commit-

tee.

Brown, K. S., Arizona State AFL-CIO, to committee-

Bull, Howard, manager, Aetna Life Insurance Co., to chairman.

Byrd, Hon. Harry F., chairman, to Hon. Maurice H. Stans, Director,

Bureau of the Budget..

Caldwell, J. J., secretary-treasurer, Oklahoma AFL-CIO, to chairman.-
Calvin, William A., president, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers,

Iron Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers, and Helpers, to committee----

man.

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Camire, Albert B., president, the Bangor Builders Construction Trade Page
Council, to committee..

346
Campbell, James A., national president, American Federation of Govern-
ment Employees, to committee -

354

Campbell, R. L., Physicians and Surgeons Clinic, Corsicana, Tex., to

chairman..

448

Carey, James B., president, International Union of Electrical, Radio, and

and Machine Workers, AFL-CIO, to chairman -

339

Carpenters Union Local 301, to chairman..

346

Cavender, George A., president, Colorado Labor Council, AFL-CIO, to

committee..

350

Clark, Jesse, president, Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, to committee - 342

Conway, Daniel E., international president, American Bakery and Con-

fectionery Workers Union, Washington, D.C., to chairman -

340

Cope, Elmer F., secretary-treasurer, Ohio AFL-CIO, to committee.

352

Coughlin, Howard, president, Office Employees International Union, to

committee

353

Cross, James R., secretary-treasurer, Vermont Labor Council, AFL-CIO,

to committee

348

Cross, Ralph C., general manager, Commerce and Industry Association of

New York, to chairman.

403

Crotty, Harold C., president, Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Em-

ployees, to committee..

344

Curran, Joseph, president, National Maritime Union, to committee.

349

Daniels, Frederick I., executive director, Brooklyn Bureau of Social Welfare

and Children's Aid Society, to chairman -

406

De Andrade, A. J., president, George L. Godge, secretary-treasurer, Inter-

national Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North America, to

chairman..

347

Debus, John J., secretary, New Jersey Pharmaceutical Association,
Trenton, N.J., to chairman...

341

DeKalb, Leo F., employees relations manager, Caterpillar Tractor Co., to

Hon. B. B. Hickenlooper-

191

Denny, Joseph, president, International Brotherhood of Bookbinders
Union, to committee

354
Dixon, James P., Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, to chairman- 338
Dorman, Darrell H., president, Idaho State AFL-CIO, to chairman-

351
Dorsett, J. Dewey, general manager, Association of Casualty & Surety
Cos., to chairman.---

411
Dorsky, B. J., Maine State Federal Labor Council, to committee-

346
Douglas, Hon. Paul H., to chairman..

187
Draper, Warren F., executive medical officer, UMWA Welfare, Washington,
D.C., to chairman.

338, 441
Dufour, Mercedes, secretary, Wisconsin Council of County and Municipal
Employees, Madison, Wis., to chairman..

338
Duin, H. H., Anderson, Ind., to chairman.-

333
Esseltyn, Caldwell D., president, Group Health Association of America,
Hudson, N.Y., to chairman.

338

Fauri, Fidele, dean, School of Social Work, University of Michigan, to

chairman.

378

Ferrier, T. A., Pittsburgh, Pa., to chairman.

335

Feves, Louis J., president, Oregon State Medical Society, to chairman. 446

Fields, M. Wm., president, the

Arkansas State Association of Life Under-

writers, an affiliate of the National Association of Life Underwriters,

to committee.

432

Fine, Daniel, New Kensington, Pa., to chairman.

335

Flemming, Hon. Arthur S., Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare,
to Hon. Robert S. Kerr

89

Foster, John W., Winston-Salem, N.C., to committee-

345

Gilbert, H. E., Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen, to

committee

343

Golden, Benjamin I., Elkins, W. Va., to chairman.

439

Goodfellow, Joseph, president, International Glove Workers Union of

America, to committee -

343

Gordon, Milton, secretary-treasurer, International Union of Doll and Toy

Workers of the United States and Canada, AFL-CIO, to committee.- 348

Griepentrog, Carl W., president, International Union of Allied Industrial

Workers of America, AFL-CIO, to committee.

351

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