Energy Needs of Low Income Elderly, Winter 1979-80: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Human Services of the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session, August 15, 1979, Auburn, Maine, Volume 2
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - Dwellings
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Page 74 - Owner or operator of motor vehicle shall not be liable for any damages to any passenger or person riding in said vehicle as a guest or by invitation and not for hire, unless damage "caused as a result of the driver of said motor vehicle being under the influence of intoxicating liquor or because of the reckless operation by him of such motor vehicle.
Page 13 - Fifteen percent of rural households, 57 percent of the rural poor, and 45 percent of the rural elderly do not own an automobile; Fifty-two percent own a single automobile, which means that other family members are left behind...
Page 76 - This exclusion (A. 4.) does not apply to bodily injury to a domestic employee unless workers compensation benefits are required or available for that domestic employee. 5. For that person's liability arising out of the ownership or operation of a vehicle while it is; a. being used to carry persons for a fee: this does not apply to a share-the-expense car pool. b. being used to carry property for a fee...
Page 74 - This concludes our statement, but we will be glad to answer any questions. [The prepared statement of Mr. Anderson follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF JOHN H. ANDERSON, JR.
Page 51 - I sq. ft. outlet for each 600 sq. ft. of ceiling area, with at least half of the vent area at the top of the gables and the balance at the eaves . . .or continuous ridge vent may be used instead of gable louvers.
Page 3 - The time to act is now. The Nation must fulfill its social and moral obligation to assist the poor and elderly with their onerous energy costs.
Page 23 - ... remarks right now, but I would like to thank you for offering me this opportunity to talk before you, and ask that my prepared remarks be submitted for the record. [The statement of Mr. Byman follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF DR. DANIEL BYMAN Chairman Linder, Members of the Committee, and Committee staff, I am grateful for this opportunity to speak before you today. I am speaking today as a Professor in the Georgetown University Security Studies Program and as a non-resident Senior Fellow at the...
Page 75 - Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I also want to thank you for the opportunity to appear before the committee.