Inquiry Into Survivor Benefits: Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Survivor Benefits of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session, Volume 5

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Page 9588 - Benefits" category includes the amounts estimated to be required to make payments to survivors of retired personnel pursuant to the retired serviceman's family protection plan. This plan permits members of the uniformed services to receive a reduced amount of retired pay in order to provide one or more annuities specified in the plan for his survivors.
Page 9641 - Average contract rent plus the cost of required amounts of heating fuel, gas, electricity, water, specified equipment and insurance on household contents.
Page 9630 - Intermediate and higher budgets in several specifications: The family lives in rental housing without air conditioning, relies heavily on the use of public transportation, supplemented, where necessary, by the use of an older car, performs more services for itself, and utilizes free recreation facilities in the community. The life style in the higher budget, on the other hand...
Page 9635 - Boston, Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia, 80 percent for owners, 20 percent for nonowners; Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington, DC with...
Page 9688 - ... with respect to an individual who is without fault and where such adjustment (or recovery) would defeat the purposes of title II or would be against equity and good conscience. "(d) No certifying or disbursing officer shall be held liable for any amount certified or paid by him to any provider of services...
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Page 9633 - Representatives to discover the "dollars required for the average worker in overalls to live" in large cities. The high cost of living in the District materially reduces the purchasing power of its public assistance grants. Staff The...
Page 9686 - ... physician or other person is required as a condition of his employment to turn over his fee for such...
Page 9630 - First, nutritional and health standards, as determined by scientists and technicians, were used for the food-at-home and the housing components. The selection among the various kinds of food and housing arrangements meeting the standards was based on actual choices made by families, as revealed by surveys of consumer expenditures.
Page 9647 - Only 15 percent of families at the higher standard and 25 percent of those at the moderate were assumed to live in rental housing. Rental shelter costs, including contract rent plus estimated costs of fuel and utilities where these are not part of the rent, and insurance on household contents were calculated from the low, middle, and high thirds of the contract rent distribution for units which met the standards for adequacy.

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