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Gay, John H., and Department of the Navy, U. S. Marine
Corps Supply Center, Albany, Ga.

68–215
Gill, Lester, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office,
Streator, Ill.

70-135 Goodman, Christine, claiming as widow of Jack L. Goodman,

and Department of the Air Force, Dyess Air Force Base, Abilene, Texas

71-87 Graham, Helen M., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, South Suburban, Ill. ....

71-62 Grant, Charles W., and Department of the Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Md.

70–147 Gray, Fulton, and Post Office Department, Birmingham, Ala.

71-35 Griffin, Charles A., and ost Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Los Angeles, Calif.

70-101 Guarin, Victor N., and Department of the Navy, San Francisco Bay Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, Calif.

71-20 Henderson, Paul G., and Department of the Army, Hendricks, Field, Sebring, Fla.

71-83 Hodum, Mildred R., claiming as widow of Daniel E. Hodum,

and Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tenn. ...... 70–151 Holman, Maggie B., and Department of the Army, Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala.

71-64 Holman, Walker, and Department of War, Huntsville Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala.

71-58
Horne, James, Jr., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post
Office, Chicago, Ill. ..

70_122
Hudson, Hubert R., and District of Columbia Government 71-1
Irwin, Lionel, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office,
Concord, N. H.

71-77
Jackson, William, Jr., and Post Office Department, U. S.
Post Office, Kansas City, Mo.

71-50 Johnson, Alvester, and Department of the Army, Fort Meyers, Va.

70–116 Jones, David, and Post Office Department, U, S. Post Office, Detroit, Mich.

71-54 Jones, Norris, and Department of the Army, Ordnance Corps, Red River Arsenal, Texarkana, Tex.

70-150 Jones, Vina B., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Detroit, Mich.

70_113 Julien, Leo F., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Troy, N. Y.

71-38 Katz, Anne, and U. S. Government Establishments

70-141 Kneeland, May Belle, and Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Chicago, Ill.

71-110 LaBorde, John A., and Department of the Air Force, England Air Force Base, Alexandria, La.

71-46 Lacen, Carlos R., and Department of the Navy, Military Sea Transportation Service, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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Logan, John C., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post
Office, San Francisco, Calif. ...

71-90
Luparello, Violet L., and United States Coast Guard, New
Orleans, La.

71-81 McCullough, Inez M., and Department of Health, Education

and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Chicago, Ill. . 71-18 McNew, Benjamin F., and Tennessee Valley Authority, Clinton, Tenn.

71-8 McQuillin, Arvel A., and Department of Agriculture, U. S. Forest Service, Winnfield, La.

71-74 Marshall, Millard B., and Department of the Air Force, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.

71-2 Martin, Ruth, and Veterans Administration, Long Beach, Calif.

71-79 Meier, Paul, and Department of the Army, Black Hills Army Depot, Igloo, S. Dak. ....

71-92 Mihok, Alexander A., and General Services Administration, McLean, Va.

71-28 Mosher, Albert E., and Department of the Navy, Boston Naval Shipyard, Boston, Mass.

68–192 Mutrey, Norman, and Department of the Air Force, Goose Air Base, Labrador, Newfoundland

71-16 Myers, Donald A., and Department of the Navy, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash.

70–125 Nelson, Maude A., and Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service, Washington, D. C.

71-86 Nicol, C. William, Jr., and Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Md.

71-60 Omania, Apolinar B., and Department of the Navy, San Francisco Bay Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, Calif. ....

71-17 Owens, James, Jr., and Department of the Navy, San Francisco Bay Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, Calif.

71-43 Parish, Ernest L., and Department of the Air Force, Webb Air Force Base, Big Spring, Tex.

71-53 Phillips, Harold K., and Department of the Air Force, Ben Guerin Air Force Base, Morocco

71-19 Pitts, Mary E. Senegal, and the Veterans Administration Hospital, Long Beach, Calif.

71-55 Plaska, Valentine S., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Los Angeles, Calif.

71-82 Ponder, Mildred A., and Veterans Administration, Veterans Administration Hospital, Brecksville, Ohio

70-137 Prescott, Wilmar Lewis, and Department of the Navy, Naval Plant Representative, Pomona, Calif.

70–140 Rehak, Rudolph S., and Federal Housing Administration, Chicago, Ill.

71-75 Rohrabaugh, Jack E., and Department of the Army, Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, Pa.

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Schulman, Nathan, and Post Office Department, New York,
N. Y.

71-69
Shih, Chai-Lin, and Department of the Air Force, 7th Aerial
Port Sq., Det. 8, Kung Kuan, Taiwan

71-104 Shively, Donald R., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Denver, Colo.

70–128 Simms, Dorothy M., and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Dayton, Ohio

71-56 Slaton, Nicholas, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Brooklyn, N. Y. ...

71-95 Spelson, Thomas J., and Veterans Administration Hospital, Downey, Ill.

71-80 Spence, Albin, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Newark, N, J.

71-29 Teplitsky, Louis, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, New York, N. Y. ...

71-5 Tiffany, Cecelia M., and General Services Administration, Washington, D. C.

70-129 Tillery, Wesley, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Cincinnati, Ohio (Re: Attorney's Fee)

71-3 Vehill, Ephriam, and Department of the Air Force, Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, Colo. ...

70–106 Verduzco, Albert, and Department of the Air Force, Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex.

70–124 Vincent, Clair F., and Department of Defense, Defense Supply Depot, Ogden, Utah

70–111 Walker, Lavada L., and Veterans Administration, Veterans Administration Hospital, Palo Alto, Calif.

70–114 Ware, Lee W., and Department of the Army, Oakland Army Base, Oakland, Calif.

70–144 West, Dr. Nathaniel M., and District of Columbia Government, D. C. General Hospital, Washington, D. C.

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71-52 Wheeler, Cecil C., Sr., and Department of the Air Force, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.

71-45 Whiting, J. D., II, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Denver, Colo.

70-82 Williams, Richetine, and Post Office Department, U. S. Post Office, Detroit, Mich.

71-68 Witte, Helen R., claiming as widow of Howard J. Witte, and

Post Office Department, U.S. Post Office, Cincinnati, Ohio.. 70–121 Wolfe, Dolph R., and Department of the Air Force, Lockbourne Air Force Base, Ohio ..

71-33 Wood, Cecil W., and Department of the Army, Army Chemical Corps, Edgewood, Md. ...,

71-67 Woodason, Roberta E. Hughes, claiming as widow of Robert

E. Hughes, and Department of the Army, U. S. Army
Support, Thailand

71-23
Zehngut, Dorothy, claiming as widow of Stanley Zehngut,
and Department of the Air Force, Davis-Monthan Air
Force Base, Tucson, Ariz.

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Employees' Compensation Appeals Board

In the Matter of J. D. WHITING, II, and Post OFFICE DEPARTMENT,

U.S. POST OFFICE, DENVER, COLO.

Head injuries Medical opinions, weight of

Weight of the medical evidence established that appellant did not have any injury-related disability after April 1967 resulting from his January 1960 head injury. Opinions of Veterans Administration physicians supporting causal relation had little probative value because they were speculative, unsupported by specific findings and medical rationale, and not based on a complete and accurate medical history.

Docket No. 70-82; Submitted on the Record; Issued July 1, 1970

Before THEODORE M. SCHWARTZ, E. GERALD LAMBOLEY,

JAMES A. BRODERICK

The issue is whether appellant's disability beginning April 8, 1967 was causally related to his 1960 employment injury.

On January 2, 1960, appellant, a parcel post carrier, was standing in the rear section of a truck when it was struck by another vehicle. He lost his balance and struck his head in the truck and was unconscious for about 1 or 2 minutes. He was treated by Dr. Martin E. Anderson, Jr., a Board-certified orthopedic surgeon, and by Dr. George W. Holt, a Board-certified neurosurgeon, for an abrasion over the right eyebrow and for a cerebral concussion. He was hospitalized from January 15, to January 23, 1960, because of headaches, dizziness on change of posture, and feeling faint. Skull and cervical spine X-rays were negative. There were no objective findings of a neurologic defect. After clearance by Dr. Holt, appellant returned to his regular work on February 15, 1960. Total disability compensation was paid, except for the periods covered by leave.

On June 24, 1960, because of complaints of persistent headaches, appellant was assigned work which did not require operating a motor vehicle. On August 22, 1960, he reported to Dr. Anderson

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