Recommendations of Veterans' Organizatizons, 1973: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, First Session ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973 - 156 lappuses
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able action Administration affairs agree allowance American AMVETS appear Applause appreciate approved Armed assistance attendance believe benefits bill blinded budget cemeteries certainly Chairman Chairman Dorn changes Commander committee compensation concerned Congress Congressman continue cost Department dependents disabled veterans distinguished educational efforts employment fact families Federal feel Forces Foreign Wars funds going Government HAMMERSCHMIDT honor hope hospital House important income increase interest introduce John Legion legislation maintain meet ment Michigan military million month national commander Office opportunity organization patient pension position present President problems proposed Provide reason receive reduced referred rehabilitation represent Resolution returning schedule served social security staff statement Teague Thank thing United Veterans Administration Veterans of Foreign Vietnam veterans World WYLIE
72. lappuse - Mr. Chairman and Members of the committee: It is with great pleasure that I appear before you today to report on the state of your Army and to talk about our proposed budget for fiscal year 2000.
43. lappuse - Ever at the brink of danger; Not before; After deliverance, both alike requited Our God's forgotten and our soldiers slighted. Francis Quarles 1592-1655 For the rebuilding of Sebastopol the Russians engaged an American engineer, Colonel John C.
96. lappuse - Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. It is with a great deal of honor and pleasure that I introduce Mr.
24. lappuse - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, it is a great privilege to appear before your distinguished committee and present the legislative program of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.
104. lappuse - ... Center. Although I have had serious questions as to some of the practices of the United Campaign they have always been open to suggestions and never threaten our program with termination because of complaints of the director. Mr. Richard Gray and Mr. Chet Fisher should be commended for their efforts. I would like to take this opportunity of thanking the members of this House Select Committee on Crime for reviewing this information and using it for whatever it may be worth. (Whereupon, at 3:15...
74. lappuse - Vietnam conflict are as broad in scope as our services to the veterans of World Wars I and II and the Korean war. For this purpose the DAV has maintained a larger staff of full-time national service officers than any other veterans
111. lappuse - That no reduction of pension be made until the first day of the seventh month following the month of admission and then only the amount designated as Aid and Attendance shall be discontinued.
5. lappuse - A copy is attached to this statement, and I respectfully request that it be made a part of the record of this hearing.
111. lappuse - On behalf of his wife, children, or dependent parents if the veteran is incompetent and is being furnished hospital treatment, institutional, or domiciliary care by the United States, or any political subdivision thereof. (ii) If the veteran by reason of estrangement is not living with his wife, or if his children are not in his custody. (2) Where any of the children of a deceased veteran are not in the custody of the veteran's widow, the pension, compensation, or...