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Department of Health Education and Welfare 8
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Family Planning Program on s 2993 May
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Cooney John M director interreligious programing the National Con
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Guttmacher Alan F M D president Planned ParenthoodWorld Popu
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National Conference on Family Planning prepared statement presented
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National Urban League prepared statement
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American Civil Liberties Union on S 2993 memorandum submitted by
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Page
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Resolution
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Extracts from Family Planning Programs in the War Against Poverty
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STATES OF AMERICA
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McCart John A operations director Government Employees Council
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Text
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Library services and construction act amend
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Quincy Mumford Librarian of Congress accompanied by Charles
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Emergon Greenaway director Free Library of Philadelphia
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Mrs Carma Leigh State librarian State of California
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Amend the older Americens act of 1965 on
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John Anderson director Tucson Public Library Arizona
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Community action program salaries 83
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Vedder Marion H associate library supervisor Division of Library
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Corpsman conduct Job Corps policy on 89
89
Germaine Krettek executive director American Library Association
97
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108
Responsible Parenthood A policy statement of the National Council of 116
116
Letter from Charles I Schottland chairman National Association of 126
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Stringham Luther W executive director National Association
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Nomination Stanley H Ruttenberg June
2
National Council on Aging 21
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Hutton William executive director of the National Council of Senior
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Magnuson Hon Warren G a U S Senator from the State of Washington 34
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Bingham Hon Jonathan a U S Representative from the 23d Congressional
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Inc Washington D C 57
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Joseph Prendergast executive vice president National Recreation Park
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Mrs Eone Harger presidentelect National Association of State Units
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Table on closing gap in family planning services for medically dependent 87
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Dr Blue Carstenson executive director Senior Member Council National
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Mrs Polly Shackleton member National Advisory Committee for Green
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Dr J Iverson Riddle psychiatrist and superintendent of Western Carolina
101
Milbrew Davis director of the foster grandparent program at Robert
108
American Public Welfare Association Public Welfare Project
114
Responses
54
Hon Harrison A Williams Jr a u s Senator from the State of
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AFLCIO prepared statement
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Hon W Willard Wirtz Secretary of Labor accompanied by Stanley
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Mitchell Sviridoff president National Association for Community Devel
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Community Action At WorkHow Community Action Agencies
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New Jersey Manpower Development Plan for fiscal year 1967 175
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Congressional Cold Feet in the Poverty War from the Kansas City
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JUNE 23 1966
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Hon George A Smathers a U S Senator from the State of Florida
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JUNE 24 1966
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Voorhees Theodore president National Legal Aid and Defender Asso
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In All Directions from the Utica ObserverDispatch April 21 1966 539
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New legal services projects pending on July 1 1966_ 286
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What still needs to be done
271
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Wirtz Hon W Willard Secretary of Labor accompanied by Stanley Rut
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Richard Fulton United Business Schools Association presenting the state
299
Partnership in Training from Employment Service Review
304
Social Welfare Style by Sar Levitan Upjohn Insti
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Alfred R Seigle chairman board of directors Crusade for Opportunity
323
Commissioners Thomas Scott and Henry Smith Jr Suffolk County Eco Page
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Brooklyn N Y
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Association prepared statement 512
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Charles Green area representative Dutchess County Committee for Eco
390
Mrs Joseph Willen president National Council of Jewish Women Miss
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VISTA fiscal year 1967 budget 140
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William H Robinson consultant Church Federation of Greater Chicago
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Hilliard director Cook County Department of Public Aid
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Archie W Hardwick executive director Westminister Neighborhood
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E J Safford Council of the Southern Mountains Inc Berea Ky
476
David K Carlisle executive adviser to government and business
483
Millstein Herbert S vice president Management Technology Inc pre
486
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
501
Carstenson Blue assistant legislative director National Farmers Union
509
National Association of Social Workers prepared statement
523
Williams Hon Harrison A Jr a U S Senator from the State
525
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
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National Council of Jewish Women Inc prepared statement 439
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