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COBRARIES

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

JOHN LESINSKI, Michigan, Chairman GRAHAM A. BARDEN, North Carolina SAMUEL K. MCCONNELL, JR., Pennsylvania AUGUSTINE B. KELLEY, Pennsylvania RALPH W. GWINN, New York ADAM C. POWELL, JR., New York

WALTER E. BREHM, Ohio JOHN S. WOOD, Georgia

WINT SMITH, Kansas JOHN F. KENNEDY, Massachusetts

CARROLL D. KEARNS, Pennsylvania WINGATE H. LUCAS, Texas

RICHARD M. NIXON, California CLEVELAND M. BAILEY, West Virginia THRUSTON BALLARD MORTON, Kentucky LEONARD IRVING, Missouri

THOMAS H. WERDEL, California
CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky

HAROLD H. VELDE, Illinois
CHARLES R. HOWELL, New Jersey
HUGO S. SIMS, South Carolina
ANDREW JACOBS, Indiana
THOMAS H. BURKE, Ohio
TOM STEED, Oklahoma
ROY W. WIER, Minnesota

JOSEPH KOSKI, Clerk
John S. FORSYTHE, General Counsel

SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE FOR ESTABLISHING A FEDERAL COMMISSION FOR

PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED

AUGUSTINE B. KELLEY, Pennsylvania, Chairman ADAM C. POWELL, JR., New York

SAMUEL K. MCCONNELL, JR., Pennsylvania CLEVELAND M. BAILEY, West Virginia WINT SMITH, Kansas LEONARD IRVING, Missouri

RICHARD M. NIXON, California CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky

THOMAS H. WERDEL, California
ANDREW JACOBS, Indiana

HAROLD H. VELDE, Illinois
THOMAS H. BURKE, Ohio
ROY W. WIER, Minnesota

JOSEPH S. JAROSZ, Professional Staff

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CONTENTS

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Blind Workers ask Mayor's Aid, article from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette-- 61

Brief submitted to I. C. C. by-

American Federation of Physically Handicapped and American

Foundation for the Physically Handicapped supporting revision

of amputee rule__

161

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation -

168

Estimate of permanent impairments--

143

Federal Security Agency analysis of H. R. 3095 and companion bills--

78

H. R. 3095, a bill to establish a Federal Commission on Services for the

Physically Handicapped--

1

H. R. 5370, significant sections of

45
Letters submitted for the record by-

Douglas, Helen Gahagan, a Representative in Congress from the State
of California ---

60

Fraser, H. W., president, Order of Railway Conductors.

Hockhauser, Edward, executive director, Committee for Care of Jewish

Tuberculous---

201

Miller, W. E., vice president, Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh,

Pa..

189

Pennell, Lillian, letter to Byron Wham..

106

Power, Ray, to Hon. C. M. Bailey-

73

Ramspeck, Robert_-

101

Walker, Elmer----

Placements in employment, chart_

189

Rehabilitation placement closures of persons with a history of tuberculosis 190

Resolution by Order of Railway Conductors -

35

Rowe, James H., excerpts from remarks of_

78

State borrowing authority-

148

Statement or testimony of-

Allen, Col. Robert S., Washington, D. C-----

11

Archibald, A. L., executive director, National Federation of the Blind - 136

Arnett, Roger, vice president, American Federation of Physically

Handicapped

97

Barber, Hartman, general representative, Brotherhood of Railway and

Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Em-

ployees, Washington, D. C., presenting statement of George M.

Harrison.

115

Bartle, Dr. Harvey, Philadelphia, Pa----

117

Barrett, Paul S., president of National Rehabilitation Association. 27

Belsley, G. Lyle, Commissioner for Special Services, Federal Security

Agency-

68, 73

Berinstein, Benjamin, representing a group of members of the American

Foundation for the Physically Handicapped, Inc---

17

Brown, Dr. Francis J., staff associate, American Council on Education - 127

Brown, Hon. Paul, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Georgia-

32

Burns, James J., Office of Vocational Rehabilitation -

69

Chester, E. P., director, Division of Rehabilitation, State of Con-

necticut-

Dabelstein, Donald D., assistant director, Office of Vocational Re-
habilitation

69, 73
Davis, Hon. James C., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Georgia---

133

Dunnigan, Mrs. Alice A., representative, Associated Negro Press---- 56

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Statement or testimony of—Continued

Ellenbogen, Theodore, Federal Security Agency ---
Ewing, Hon. Oscar R., Federal Security Administrator, accompanied by

G. Lyle Belsley, Theodore Ellenbogen, James J. Burns, Donald Dabel-

stein and Louis Rives_
Fogarty, Hon. John E., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Rhode Island_-
Harrison, George M., as presented by Hartman Barber, general repre-

sentative, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight

Handlers, Express and Station Employees, Washington, D. C----
Hayes, Albert J., international president, International Association

of Machinists, delivered by Elmer Walker, vice president of the

Machinists' Union----
Hines, Lewis G., national legislative representative, American Fed-

eration of Labor----

Hudson, Holland, director, rehabilitation service, National Tubercu-

losis Association--.

Irwin, Dr. Robert B., executive director, American Foundation for

the Blind -

Johnson, Leroy, a Representative in Congress from the State of

California-

Johnson, W. D., vice president, Order of Railway Conductors of

America---

Kennedy, Hon. John F., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Massachusetts..

Kessler, Dr. Henry H., Newark, N. J-

Lemke, Hon. William, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Nor'h Dakota

Maas, Col. Melvin J., national president, Marine Corps Reserve Of-

ficers' Association.

Meyer, G. F., director, Commission for Blind, State of New Jersey--
Nolan, Howard F., president, Philadelphia Lodge 117, American Fed-

eration of the Physically Handicapped--
Norton, Hon. Mary, a Representative in Congress from the State of

New Jersey -

Pachler, William J., secretary-treasurer, Utility Workers Union of

America, C. I. 0__

Pa'ton, James G., president, National Farmers' Union_

Petter, Hon. Charles E., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Michigan----

Pullen, Thomas G., Jr., State superintendent of schools, Maryland--

Ramspeck, Hon. Robert, Washington, D. C----

Reedy, Corbett, supervisor, vocational rehabilitation, Commonwealth

of Virginia---

Sherer, P. G., president, States' Vocational Rehabilitation Council..

Strachan, Paul A., president, American Federation of the Physically

Handicapped

Swope, Dr. Chester D., American Osteopathic Association

----

Thompson, R. C., director of vocational rehabilitation, State of Mary-

land-

Van Zandt, Hon. James E., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Pennsylvania-

Walker, Elmer, vice president, Machinists' Union, in behalf of Albert

J. Hayes, international president, International Association of

Machinists_

Wender, Harry S., general counsel, American Federation of the Physi-

cally Handicapped and American Foundation for the Physically

Handicapped.

Whitten, E. B., executive secretary, National Rehabilitation Asso-

ciation

Wickenden, Elizabeth, in behalf of American Public Welfare

131

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Statement of Principles of BRA_
Testimony. (See Statement or testimony.)
Toll of injuries---
Wiley, Hon. A. S., excerpt from statement of

192

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