Proposed Veterans' Administration Budget for Fiscal Year 1986: Hearings Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session, February 20 and 21, 1985

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985 - 346 pages

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Page 233 - That all hospital facilities under the control and jurisdiction of the bureau shall be available for every honorably discharged veteran of the Spanish-American War, the Philippine Insurrection, the Boxer rebellion, or the World War suffering from neuropsychiatric or tubercular ailments and diseases paralysis agitans, encephalitis lethargica or amoebic dysentery, or the loss of sight of both eyes regardless whether such ailments or diseases are due to military service or otherwise, including traveling...
Page 233 - ... available for every honorably discharged veteran of the SpanishAmerican War, the Philippine insurrection, the Boxer rebellion, or the World War suffering from neuropsychiatric or tubercular ailments and diseases, paralysis agitans, encephalitis lethargica, or amoebic dysentery, or the loss of sight of both eyes, regardless whether such ailments or diseases are due to military service or otherwise, including traveling expenses as granted to those receiving compensation and hospitalization under...
Page 109 - April 30, 1985 The President The White House Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President: I am pleased to...
Page 233 - Government facilities permit, to furnish hospitalization and necessary traveling expenses incident to hospitalization to veterans of any war, military occupation, or military expedition, including those women who served as Army nurses under contracts between April 21, 1898, and February 2, 1901, not dishonorably discharged, without regard to the nature or origin of their disabilities...
Page 276 - ... transportation) in any Veterans' Administration facility, within the limitations existing in such facilities, irrespective of whether the disability, disease, or defect was due to service. The statement under oath of the applicant on such form as may be prescribed by the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs shall be accepted as sufficient evidence of inability to defray necessary expenses.
Page 274 - ... the statement under oath of the applicant * * * shall be accepted as sufficient evidence of inability to defray necessary expenses." 4. If a veteran-applicant for hospitalization signs the oath of inability to pay contained in VA Form...
Page 15 - I have a number of questions that I would like to ask the Secretary but if the Secretary has not the time I will defer it.
Page 36 - Smith. Mr. SMITH of New Jersey. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. First of all...
Page 278 - Legion be fully alerted to the trends in slighting the preference afforded veterans in employment; and be it further Resolved, That the national organization of the American Legion maintain a jealous and watchful eye for any infringement or any intent on the part of persons or groups given to slighting veterans...

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