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Box 70

Box 71: Eighty-eighth Congress: Public Works - Veterans Affairs

F 1: Public Works, Committee on (1963). Public Works (H. R. 6016).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6016; Waurika Reservoir authorization (see below).

B. H. R. 6016: "Authorizing additional appropriations for prosecution of projects in certain river basin plans for flood control, navigation, and other purposes." (Clifford Davis - Tennessee). 4 copies.

C. Report No. 299 (To accompany H. R. 6016): re: "Additional Authorization For Certain River Basin Plans" (Pat McNamara - Michigan). 4 copies.

F 2: Public Works, Committee on (1964). Public Works (H. R. 7351).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7351 (See below).

B. H. R. 7351: "To amend the Public Works Acceleration Act to increase the authorization for appropriations under that act, and for other purposes." (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota). 1 copy.

C. Report: re: "Public Works Acceleration Act" (H. R. 7351). 1 copy.

F 3: Public Works, Committee on (1963). Rayburn, Sam, Dam. Correspondence: re: Proposals to change the name of the Dennison Dam to the Sam Rayburn Dam.

F 4: Public Works, Committee on (1964). Savannah River Dam (H. R. 11204).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 11204 (See below).

B. H. R. 11204: "To grant the consent of Congress for the construction of a dam across Savannah River between South Carolina and Georgia." (W. J. Bryan Dorn - South Carolina). 1 copy.

F 5: Public Works, Committee on (1963). Skelly By-Pass, Oklahoma.

A. Correspondence: re: The Federal-aid highway program; Remarks; House Report No. 364 (See below).

B. Remarks: re: "Oklahoma Contractors and Highway Department Establish New Lines of Communication and Cooperation" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 5 copies.

C. House Report No. 364: re: "Highway Construction Practices in Oklahoma."

D. Clipping: "Fireworks Likely Over Skelly Drive."

E. Magazine (The Contractor) May, 1963.

F 6: Public Works, Committee on (1963). Walter, Francis, Dam (H. R. 5367). H. R. 5367: "To designate the Bear Creek Dam on the Lehigh River, Pennsylvania, as the Francis E. Walter Dam." (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 7: Public Works, Committee on ( - ). Water Projects. Booklet/Manual: re: "Water Facts."

F 8: Public Works, Committee on (1963). Water Pollution (S. 649).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 649; Summary (See below).

B. S. 649: "To amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, to establish the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, to provide grants for research and development, to increase grants for construction of municipal sewage treatment works, to authorize the issuance of regulations to aid in preventing, controlling, and abating pollution of interstate waters, and for other purposes." (Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Birch Bayh - Indiana; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Clair Engle - California; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; Frank_E. Moss - Utah; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Stephen_M. Young - Ohio). 4 copies.

C. Summary: re: "The Public Law 660 Program in Oklahoma."

D. Tables: re: Projects for Grant Funds under the provisions of Public Law 660.

E. Report No. 1885 (To accompany S. 649): re: "Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments" (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota). 1 copy.

F. Resolution: re: Water control (Oklahoma Public Health Association). 1 copy.

F 9: Public Works, Committee on (1963). Waurika Project. Correspondence: re: Hearing on the Waurika Project.

F 10: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 280.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 280 (See below).

B. Ballot No. 280.

F 11: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 281.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 281 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 281.

F 12: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 282.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 282 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 282: re: H. R. 565; H. R. 1891; H. Con. Res. 6; H. R. 355; H. R. 587.

F 13: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 283.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 283 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 283: re: H. R. 3826; H. R. 3011; S. 1107; S. 1108; H. R. 746; S._880; H._R. 3920.

F 14: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 284.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 284 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 284: H. R. 144; H. R. 1680; H. R. 2575; S. J. Res. 71; H. R. 1140.

F 15: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 285.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 285 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 285: re: H. R. 144; H. R. 1680; H. R. 2575; S. J. Res. 71; H. R. 1140.

F 16: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 286.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 286 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 286: re: H. R. 1843; H. R. 1158; H. R. 4390; H. R. 5601; S. 1270.

F 17: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 287.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 287 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 287: re: S. 288; S. 2068; H. Con. Res. 68; H. R. 2917; H. R. 3786.

F 18: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 288.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 288 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 288: re: S. 1226; H. R. 264; H. Res. 104; S. 1815; H. R. 918.

F 19: Questionnaires (1963). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 289.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 289 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 289: re: H. R. 8912; H. R. 1973; H. R. 5220; H. J. Res. 5; H. R. 89.

F 20: Questionnaires (1963-1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No._290.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 290 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 290: re: H. J. Res. 295; H. R. 107; H. R. 402; H. R. 4926; H. R. 3102.

F 21: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 291.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 291 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 291: re: S. 1542; H. R. 3204; S. 1010; H. R. 754; H. R. 1139.

F 22: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 292.

A. A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 292 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 292: re: H. R. 135; H. R. 8246; H. J. Res. 148; H. R. 8771; H. J. Res._31.

F 23: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 293.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 293 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 293: re: H. R. 378; H. R. 10644; H. R. 10642; H. R. 6495; H. R. 9955; H. R. 9998; H. R. 9999.

F 24: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 294.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 290 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 294: re: H. R. 3859; H. R. 1236; H. R. 8490; H. R. 11024; H. R. 9217; S. 2403.

F 25: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 295.

A. Correspondence: re: Ballot No. 295 (See below).

B. Ballots No. 295: re: H. R. 3847; H. J. Res. 7; H. R. 6080; H. R. 379.

F 26: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 296. Correspondence: re: Ballots No. 296.

F 27: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 297. Correspondence: re: Ballots No. 297.

F 28: Questionnaires (1964). National Federation of Independent Business: Ballot No. 298. Correspondence: re: Ballots No. 298.

F 29: Rules, Committee on (1962-1963). Committee Enlargement.

A. Correspondence: re: Resolution to expand the membership of the Rules Committee.

B. Remarks: re: Resolution to expand the membership of the Rules Committee.

F 30: Rules, Committee on (1963). Committee Enlargement: Out-of-District.

A. Correspondence: re: Opposition to increasing the number of members of the Rules Committee.

B. Summary/Radio Broadcast: re: "Rules Committee."

F 31: Rules, Committee on (1963). Committee Membership. Correspondence: re: Rules Committee membership; Omar Burleson.

F 32: Rules, Committee on (1963). Committee Notices. Committee Notices: re: Meetings of the Committee on Rules.

F 33: Rules, Committee on (1964). Committee Notices. Committee Notices: re: Meetings of the Committee on Rules.

F 34: Rules, Committee on (1963). Fluoridation (H. Res. 191/H. Res. 192/H. Res. 193).

A. Correspondence: re: H. Res. 191; H. Res. 192; H. Res. 193 (See below).

B. H. Res. 191: "Creating a select committee to conduct an investigation and study of the problems involved in the fluoridation of potable water." (Walter S. Baring - Nevada).

C. H. Res. 192: "To provide funds for the expenses of the investigation and study authorized by H. Res. 191." (Walter S. Baring - Nevada).

D. H.Res.193: "Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to the administration of certain laws of the United States under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare." (Walter S. Baring - Nevada).

F 35: Rules, Committee on (1963). Foreign Affairs (H. Res. 104). Correspondence: re: H._Res. 104: "To authorize the Committee on Foreign Affairs to conduct an investigation and study of the policymaking procedures, methods of assessing foreign developments, and personnel practices of the Department of State." (Richard L. Roudebush - Indiana).

F 36: Rules, Committee on (1963-1964). General.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 11377; International Labor Organization conference in Geneva, Switzerland; Resolution (See below).

B. Resolution: re: Communist occupied Estonia; Latvia; and Lithuania.

C. Clipping: "A Lawmaker Looks at Ethics."

D. Correspondence: re: S. Res. 21.

F 37: Rules, Committee on (1963). Organization of the Congress, Committee on (H. R. 1947).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 1947 (See below).

B. H. R. 1947: "To establish a Commission on the Organization of the Congress." (Henry S. Reuss - Wisconsin). 1 draft copy.

F 38: Rules, Committee on (1963). Research, Sponsored (H. Res. 456).

A. H. Res. 456: "To create a select committee to investigate expenditures for research programs conducted by or sponsored by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government." (Howard W. Smith - Virginia).

B. Clipping: "White House and Leaders in Congress Seek to Scuttle Research Investigation."

C. Clipping: "Two Assistants to Kennedy Allot Millions in Research Contracts."

F 39: Rules, Committee on (1963). Television Coverage.

A. Correspondence: re: Statement (See below).

B. Statement: re: Proposal to lift the ban which forbids radio and television coverage of Committee meetings of the House of Representatives (By: Leroy Collins, President of the National Association of Broadcasters."

F 40: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963-1964). Committee Materials and General.

A. Correspondence: re: Space Program; Research and development programs of the Esso Research and Engineering Company Testimony (See below).

B. Testimony: re: The establishment of guidelines for Federal grants to and research contracts with universities and non-profit institutions (By: Dr. F.A.L. Holloway).

C. Leaflets: re: Membership of the Committee on Science and Astronautics (Eighty-eighth Congress, 1st Session). 2 copies.

D. Press Release: re: The Committee on Science and Astronautics; Scientific research and development.

E. Committee memos and Hearing Schedules, Statements.

F. "Fortune" magazine article.

F 41: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). Electric/Photometric Standards (S._1064).

A. S. 1064: "To amend the act redefining the units and establishing the standards of electrical and photometric measurements to provide that the candela shall be the unit of luminous intensity." (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

B. Report/Hearing: re: "Amending the Act to Redefine the Units of Electrical and Photometric Measurements" (S. 1064). 1 copy.

F 42: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). Fruit/Vegetable Containers (H._R._5792).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 5792 (See below).

B. H. R. 5792: "To amend the act of May 21, 1928, relating to standards of containers for fruits and vegetables, to permit the use of additional standard containers." (D. R. (Billy) Matthews - Florida). 2 copies.

F 43: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963-1964). National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Space Program.

A. Correspondence: re: Authorization of additional funds to accelerate an area of specific interest; NASA; Clippings; Article (See below).

B. Clippings: re: "Is The Race To The Moon Worth The Price?"

C. Article: "A Job for the Next Congress: Stop the Race to the Moon."

D. Broadcast (Meet The Press) Vol. 7, No. 15 (April 21, 1963).

E. Clipping: "In-Transit Rendezvous On Moon Trip Proposed."

F. Clipping: "Red Scientists Trail U. S., Except In Atomic Research."

G. Clipping: "Scientist Asks Change in Moon Project Plan."

H. Booklet: re: "Space Communications."

I. Booklet: "Space Tracking."

F 44: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Space Program.

A. Committee Print/Report: "Posture of the National Space Program." 1 copy.

B. Committee Print/Report: "Astronautical and Aeronautical Events of 1962." 1_copy.

F 45: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1964). National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Electronic Research Center.

A. Correspondence: re: Location of NASA's Electronic Research Center; Statement (See below).

B. Statement: re: National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Electronics Research Center.

F 46: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). National Bureau of Standards (H._R._5838).

A. H. R. 5838: "To amend the act of March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1449) as amended, to incorporate in the organic act of the National Bureau of Standards the authority to make certain improvements of fiscal and administrative practices for more effective conduct of its research and development activities." (George P. Miller - California).

B. Booklet: re: Hearing on "Amending the Organic Act Of The National Bureau Of Standards" (H. R. 5838). 1 copy.

F 47: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1959). National Medal of Science. H. R. 6288 (Public Law 86-209): "To establish a National Medal of Science to provide recognition for individuals who make outstanding contributions in the physical, biological, mathematical, and engineering sciences." (Original legislation by: ). 2 copies.

F 48: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). National Science Academy.

A. Correspondence: re: The establishment of a science academy under proposed legislation; Clipping (See below).

B. Clipping: "Federal Academy Bills Introduced to Congress."

F 49: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). Science and Technology Commission.

A. Committee Print: re: "Panel On Science And Technology Fifth Meeting."

B. Leaflet/Program: re: Fifth Meeting With the Panel On Science and Technology.

F 50: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). Science and Technology Commission (H. R. 4346). Correspondence: re: H. R. 4346: "For the establishment of a Commission of Science and Technology." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 51: Science and Astronautics, Committee on (1963). Science and Technology Commission (S. 816).

A. S. 816: "For the establishment of a Commission on Science and Technology." (John_L. McClellan - Arkansas; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Norris Cotton_-_New Hampshire; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut). 2 copies.

B. Report: re: "Establishment of a Commission on Science and Technology" (S._816). 2 copies.

F 52: Small Business, Committee on (1964). Foreign Trade.

A. Correspondence: re: House Report No. 1303 (See below).

B. House Report No. 1303: re: "Small Business and Foreign Trade" (H. Res. 13). 1_copy.

F 53: Small Business, Committee on (1963). Foundations, Tax-exempt.

A. Correspondence: re: Articles (See below).

B. Article: "New Law Urged to Curb Tax-Free Foundations."

C. Article: "Patman Envisions Threat to Economy."

D. Article: "Patman Raps Foundations' Publicity Costs."

E. Article: "Patman Raps Publicity Costs of Tax-Exempt Foundations."

F. Article: "Probe Fails to Consider Good Work by Groups."

G. Article: "Houston Endowment Far From a 'Financial Ogre.'"

H. Article: "Cooper Unit at Waco Has 'Well Done' Record."

F 54: Small Business, Committee on (1963). Fuels. Press Release: re: Statement on the importation of crude oil by President Joseph E. Moody of the National Coal Policy Conference.

F 55: Small Business, Committee on (1963). General.

A. Correspondence: re: Nuclear Test Ban; Federal aid to education; Medicare; Foreign aid; Communism; Opinion Ballot; Legislative relief for the small, independent retailers (See below).

B. Opinion Ballot: re: "Should the Federal Government attempt to control either price increases or wage increases?"

F 56: Small Business, Committee on (1963). Small Business Administration.

A. Correspondence: re: Booklet/Hearings (See below).

B. Booklet/Hearings: re: "Organization And Operation Of The Small Business Administration" (H. Res. 13). 1 copy.

F 57: Un-American Activities, Committee on (1963-1964). Committee Support.

A. Correspondence: re: Resolution; Abolishing House Un-American Activities Committee; Communism; HUAC investigation into peace movements; Statement (See below).

B. Resolution: re: House Un-American Activities Committee.

C. Statement: re: The House Un-American Activities Committee.

F 58: Un-American Activities, Committee on (1963). General.

A. Correspondence: re: Newspapers; Communism; Summary; Petition; Legislative branch; Federal government's anti-Communist activity; Proposed Freedom Academy; National defense; Booklet (See below).

B. Newspaper (Common Sense) Issue No. 402 (March 1, 1963).

C. Newspaper (Common Sense) Issue No. 352 (November 1, 1960).

D. Summary: re: Communist Party.

E. Petition: re: Internal Security Act of 1950; Smith Act; Communist Control Act.

F. Booklet: "A Business Man Looks At Communism."

F 59: Un-American Activities, Committee on (1963). Internal Security Act (H. R. 950). Correspondence: re: H. R. 950: "To amend the Internal Security Act of 1950." (Francis_E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

F 60: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). American Legion.

A. Correspondence: re: Welfare of United States veterans and their families.

B. National Legislative Bulletin (U. S. American Legion) No. 8 (May 24, 1963).

F 61: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). American Veterans Committee. Correspondence re: American Veterans Committee activities.

F 62: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Automobile Assistance (H. R. 231).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 231 (See below).

B. H. R. 231: "To amend section 1901(a) of title 38, United States Code, to make eligible the automobile assistance or allowance provided by law for certain veterans of World War II and the Korean conflict, for those veterans of World War I who may otherwise qualify." (Olin E. Teague - Texas.) 2 copies.

F 63: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1959-1962). Committee Materials: Prior Legislation.

A. H. R. 7650 (Public Law 86-211): "To modify the pension programs for veterans of World War I, World War II, and the Korean conflict, and their widows and children." (August 29, 1959). 2 copies.

B. Summary: re: H. R. 10743 (P. L. 87-645): "Increase in Compensation for Service-Connected-Disabled Veterans." 3 copies.

F 64: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Committee Materials: Reported Bills.

A. Correspondence: re: Reported bills; Summaries (See below).

B. Summaries: re: Bills reported unanimously.

F 65: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Death Compensation (H. R. 4405). H. R. 4405: "To increase rates of death compensation payable under laws administered by the Veteran's Administration." (Robert T. Secrest - Ohio). 1 copy.

F 66: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Dependents (H. R. 211) Correspondence: re: H. R. 211: "To amend title 38, United States Code, to provide increases in rates of dependency and indemnity compensation payable to children and parents of deceased veterans." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 67: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1964). Dependents (H. R. 252). Correspondence: re: H. R. 252: "To amend section 315 of title 38, United States Code, to provide additional compensation for dependents in cases rated by the Veterans' Administration as not less than 40 percent." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 68: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Disability (H. R. 2582). H. R. 2582: "To equalize all rates of wartime disability compensation and to provide for payment of additional compensation to veterans with dependents when rated less than 50 percent in degree on the same basis as for those rated 50 percent or more in degree." (Paul A. Fino - New York). 3 copies.

F 69: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Disability (H. R. 8925).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8925 (See below).

B. H. R. 8925: "To amend title 38 of the United States Code in order to provide that a disability which has been rated at or above a certain percentage for twenty or more years may not thereafter be reduced below such percentage." (Olin E. Teague - Texas). 2 copies.

F 70: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Education (H. R. 221/S. 1959).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 221; S. 1959 (See below).

B. H. R. 221: "To amend chapter 35 of title 38, United States Code, to provide educational assistance to the children of veterans who are permanently and totally disabled from an injury or disease arising out of active military, naval of air service during a period of war or the induction period." (Olin E. Teague - Texas). 1 copy.

C. S. 1959: Same title as H. R. 221 (Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas).

D. Committee Print No. 106: re: H. R. 221; S. 1959.

F 71: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Eligibility (H. R. 173). Correspondence: re: H. R. 173: "To eliminate the requirement that veterans have served for ninety days or more to qualify for certain benefits under laws administered by the Veterans' Administration." (Lindley Beckworth - Texas).

F 72: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1964). Emphysema (S. 2200).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 2200; Clipping (See below).

B. S. 2200: "To amend section 312 of title 38, United States Code, to provide a presumption of service connection for emphysema which develops within 5 years from the date of separation from service during a period of war." (Harrison A.

Williams, Jr. - New Jersey).

C. Clipping/Remarks: re: "Respiratory Diseases."

F 73: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). General/Miscellaneous.

A. Correspondence: re: Clipping (See below).

B. Clipping: "Former POW Owes U. S. $1,421."

F 74: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1964). General: CA materials Form Letters: re: A report on legislation pertaining to veterans' benefits.

F 75: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). G. I. Bill. Correspondence: re: Educational program under the G. I. Bill; Proposal of a new program for peace-time veterans; National Defense Education Act loan program.

F 76: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Life Insurance.

A. Correspondence: re: A new insurance law; Clipping; Veterans' programs; Post-Korean veterans; Legislation permitting the re-opening of National Service Life Insurance to veterans of World War II (See below).

B. Clipping: re: National Service Life Insurance.

F 77: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Life Insurance (H. R. Insurance (H._R._2136). H. R. 2136: "To amend title 38, United States Code, to permit to one year, the granting of national service life insurance to certain veterans heretofore eligible for such insurance." (Seymour Halpern - New York). 2 copies.

F 78: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Multiple Bills. Correspondence: re: Legislation to revise the rates of disability and death pension authorized by the Veterans' Pension Act of 1959 (H. R. 1927); H. R. 2136 which would permit for one year the granting of national service life insurance to certain veterans heretofore eligible for such insurance; H. R. 2582 to equalize all rates of wartime disability compensation; H. R. 4405 to increase rates of death compensation payable under laws administered by the Veterans; Administration.

F 79: Veterans Affairs, Committee on (1963). Nursing Homes (H. R. 8009).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8009 (See below).

B. H. R. 8009: "To amend title 38, United States Code, to provide certain veterans with urgently needed nursing home care and nursing care facilities while reducing the cost to the United States of caring for such veterans, and for other purposes." (Olin E. Teague - Texas). 1 copy.

C. Whip Notice: re: Weekly legislative schedule (September 12, 1963).

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