Amending the Veterans' Preference Act of 1944, to redefine the term "mother.": Hearing ... Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, on H.R. 1907, a bill to amend the Veterans' Preference Act of 1944 to define mothers for purposes of such act. April 6, 1960
U.S. Govt. Print Off., 1960 - Family & Relationships - 12 pages
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1-year period 1944 to define adopted a child adoption and women adoptive mothers amend the Veterans American Legion April Armed Forces aunt BECHTOLD bill to amend break in service Chairman Civil Service Commission COMMITTEE ON POST Congress DALE ALFORD daughter define mothers definition of mother Disabled American Veterans District of Columbia EDWARD H effective date eligible for preference employment preference entitled ex-service child ex-service person ex-serviceman or ex-servicewoman father female who stood Foreign Wars grant preference honorable conditions husband illegitimacy include mothers JACOB H JOHN LESINSKI JOHNSON legal adoption mother relationship mother through adoption Mothers by adoption mothers for purposes MURRAY natural child natural mother Office and Civil permanently and totally permanently disabled Preference Act preference benefits prior qualify remarriage remarried resolution service-connected permanently statement stood in loco subcommittee TERM MOTHER totally and permanently type of employment Veterans of Foreign Washington woman women who stood