Doctors and Medical Students Under the Selective Service, Hearings ..., on S. 783 ..., March 18-20, 1941

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Page 20 - Regular or duly ordained ministers of religion, and students who are preparing for the ministry in theological or divinity schools recognized as such for more than one year prior to the date of enactment of this Act, shall be exempt from training and service (but not from registration) under this Act.
Page 66 - ... willing to allow the Export-Import Bank to determine the amount of traveling that is necessary to police these loans but I think there may be some inquisitive souls on the floor of the House and that we had better get this into the record for their benefit. What I am trying to do is to get evidence in the record for the benefit of the other Members of the House when we get the bill on the floor. I am trying to help Mr. Gaston. Mr. GASTON. I appreciate that, Mr. Gary, and I appreciate Mr. Stockman's...
Page 165 - Hon. ELMER THOMAS, Chairman, Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate My DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN : Further reference is made to your request for a report on S.
Page 20 - States for such training and service, be eligible to apply for a commission as an officer in the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States Army or...
Page 106 - Is acceptable to the land or naval forces for such training and service and his physical and mental fitness for such training and service has been satisfactorily determined...
Page 106 - ... shall be afforded an opportunity to volunteer for induction into the land or naval forces of the United States...
Page 106 - doctor of dental surgery" or "doctor of dental medicine," or shall append the letters "DDS...
Page 66 - ... statement of yours incorporated in the record for the benefit of the other members of the committee who were not able to be here today on account of other committee meetings. STATEMENT OF DR. RICHARD W. LIPPMAN, CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL HEALTH DEFENSE OF THE INTERN COUNCIL OF AMERICA Dr. Libpman. I am Dr. Richard W. Lippman, of New York, chairman of the committee on national health defense of the Interne Council of America. In order to evaluate the situation, the Committee on National...
Page 30 - It is in the national interest and of paramount importance to our national security that civilian activities which are contributing to the national health, safety, or interest should be disrupted as little as possible, consistent with the fundamental purpose of title I of the Military Selective Service Act of 1967.
Page 172 - ... 1 ) The registrant is, or but for a seasonal or temporary interruption would be. engaged in such activity. (2) The registrant cannot be replaced because of a shortage of persons with his qualifications or skill in such activity.

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