Recommendations of Veterans' Organizations, 1973: Hearings Before ..., 93-1, February 27; March 6, 21, 29; and April 5, 1973

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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.
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.
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.
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
89. lappuse - ... This is distinguished from the HEW program which does not have as a criterion the necessity of service in the military. Mr. WYLIE. The reason I am asking about this is that there is a vocational rehabilitation bill on the President's desk at the present time that has appropriated some $2 billion. And the statement was made on the floor of the House that this vocational rehabilitation program was •designed to help the veteran returning from Vietnam. But I do not believe any moneys from that...
26. lappuse - ... dependents are already being given the short end of the stick. I am referring to the shocking and totally unexpected and unwarranted vetoing of two comprehensive veterans bills on October 27, 1972. With the war still continuing in Vietnam, the anti-veteran forces in the Office of Management and Budget and other policy-making levels of our Government persuaded the President to withhold his approval of two comprehensive veterans bills in the name of economy and balancing the budget. The Veterans...
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.

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