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WITNESSES BY DATE
Engle, Ms. Randy, director, U.S. Coalition for Life, Export, Pa--
Heymann, Mr. Philip B., professor of law, Harvard University, Cambridge,
Jefferson, Dr. Mildred, M.D., chairman of the board, National Right to
Life Committee, Inc., Boston, Mass--
Action League, codirector, MORAL Constitutional Defense Project,
Boston, Mass -
St. Louis, Mo.--
Van Derhoef, Mr. Kenneth, chief administrative officer and president,
National Right to Life Committee, Inc., Seattle, Wash...
Inc., Washington, D.C.--
ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS AND MATERIALS
Alexander, Leo, “Medical Science Under Dictatorship”, Child and Family,
vol. 10, No. 1, 1971. Submitted for hearing record by Pat Goltz--Billman, Donald L., J.D., "Equal Justice under Law”, paper prepared for
distribution by the Aloha Club, Inc., of Hawaii... Billman, Donald L., J.D., “The Case for the Unborn Baby, The Constitu
tional Right to Life”, reprinted from Discovery, vol. 4, No. 4, Toledo,
Aug. 7, 1974
Efforts,” Columbus Citizen-Journal, March 29, 1974, submitted for
the record by Ms. Pat Goltz--Cadigan, George Lelsie, Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of Missouri,
Statement on Liberalizing the Abortion Statute, submitted for the
record by Mrs. George S. Roudebush. Callahan, Sidney, “Talk of 'Wanted Child' Makes for Doll Objects,"
National Catholic Reporter, December 3, 1971, submitted for the
record by Ms. Pat Goltz.. Callahan, Sidney, “Feminist Antiabortionist," National Catholic
Reporter, April 7, 1972, submitted for the record by Ms. Pat Goltz ---
Consequences of a Constitutional Amendment”, prepared for Planned
July 1973, revised September 1973.-
St. Paul, Minn
reprint No. 15, American Enterprise Institute, from Yale Law Journal,
vol. 82, No. 5, April 1973... Engel, Mrs. Randy, material relating to the membership of the U.S.
Coalition for Life, Export, Pa., submitted for record, Sept. 26, 1974.
No. 1, Export, Pa., September 1972--
Pa., vol. 2, No. 2, January 1973.-
for Life, Export, Pa., vol. 2, No. 3, May 1973..
for Life, Export, Pa., vol. 3, No. 6, Spring 1974..
Coalition for Life, Export, Pa., vol. 2, No. 4, August 1973-
Catholic Reporter, submitted for the record by Ms. Pat Goltz.-.
*Abortion, Statement for the Hearing Record”, Youngstown, Ohio,
Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C., letter to
Senator Bayh, Aug. 27, 1974.-
from the Chicago Tribune, submitted for the record by Ms. Pat Goltz.-Heymann, Philip B., and Douglas E. Barzelay, "The Forest and the Trees:
Roe v. Wade and Its Critics”, reprinted from the Boston University Law
Review, vol. 53, No. 4, July 1973.-
Maryland, “The Embattled Minority: Out of Sight Out of Mind”,
The Maryland Law Forum, Winter 1971.
mittee, American Association of University Women, letter to Senator
Kesel, Robert E., president, Association for Grand Jury Action, Inc.,
Rochester, N.Y., letter to Senator Bayh, Mar. 31, 1974
cerned for Life, letter and statement on the Constitutional Amendments
on Abortion, Aug. 16, 1974. Langmyhr, George, M.D., “The Role of Planned Parenthood-World
Population in Abortion", Clinical_Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol. 14,
York, N.Y.; submitted by Mrs. Randy Engel -
Chicago, Ind., statement on the Constitutional Amendments on Abor
tion. McLeod, Julie, Zero Population Growth, Fort Wayne Chapter, "State
ment on Constitutional Amendments on Abortion”, Mar. 28, 1974_ Medical Tribune, “Family-Planning Units Urged to Make Genetic Re
ferrals”, May 8, 1973, submitted by Mrs. Randy Engel -
1973, submitted for the record by Ms. Pat Goltz---
Debate”, taken from the appendix of the author's article, “Abortion
Review, Mar. 2, 1973. -
University Law Review, vol. 23, No. 2, Winter 1973.
ary 14, 1974, submitted for the record by Ms. Pat Goltz..
William Heckman, chief counsel, Sept. 6, 1974.
polis, Minn., letter to Senator Bayh, Mar. 4, 1974.-
submitted for the record by Ms. Pat Goltz.The Uncertified Human, “Michael Litchfield Discovers”, vol. 2, No. 2, July
1974, submitted for record by Ms Pat Goltz Tribe, Laurence H., “The Supreme Court 1972 Term, Foreword: Toward
a Model of Roles in the Due Process of Life and Law”, reprinted from Harvard Law Review, vol. 87, No. 1, Nov. 1973.. Weick, Paul C., and Don J. Young, "The Ohio Decision on Abortion”,
Child and Family, vol. 10, No. 1, 1971, submitted for record by Ms. Pat
for the record by Senator Stafford, Mar. 5, 1974..
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1974
Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:25 a.m., in room 1202, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Senator Birch Bayh (chairman of the subcommittee), presiding.
Present: Senators Bayh (presiding), and Fong:
Also present: J. William Heckman, Jr., chief counsel, Abby Brezina, chief clerk, and Teddie Phillips, assistant clerk.
Senator BAYH. We will reconvene our hearings, if you please.
Our first two witnesses are Dr. Kenneth VanDerhoef, president, National Right to Life Committee, and Dr. Mildred Jefferson, chairman of the board, National Right to Life Committee. They will be introduced by Ray White, the executive director of the committee.
Good morning. STATEMENT OF KENNETH D. VANDERHOEF, PRESIDENT, NA
TIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE, INC., ACCOMPANIED BY RAY L. WHITE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE, INC.
Mr. WHITE. Good morning, Mr. Chairman. My name is Ray L. White. I am executive director of the National Right to Life Committee. The executive offices are located at 1200 15th Street, here in Washington.
It is my privilege this morning to introduce to the committee Kenneth Van Derhoef, who is the chief administrative officer and president of the National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
Dr. Mildred Jefferson, chairman of the board, is arriving by airplane—it has been delayed—and so she should be here very shortly.
At the conclusion of Mr. VanDerhoef's testimony, he will introduce Dr. Jefferson.
Kenneth VanDerhoef is married, has four children, ages 9 to 15. He has a B.A. degree from the University of Gonzaga in Spokane, Wash. He has done graduate study at the University of Washington and the University of Oregon. His law degree was obtained from the University of Gonzaga Law School.
After graduation from law school, Mr. VanDerhoef was with the King County prosecuting attorney's office. He was also assistant attorney general in the State of Washington, the attorney general's office.