The following reports were considered in deciding your claim.
Dr. John Jones' report received September 30, 1978.
Dr. Albert Langley's report received September 3, 1978.
We have determined that your condition is not severe enough to keep you from working. We considered the medical and other information, your age, education, training and work experience in determining how your condition affects your ability to work.
You said that you are unable to work because of pain and stiffness in your knees and lower back. The medical evidence shows that you have arthritis in your knees and back which causes you discomfort. We realize that your condition prevents you from doing any of your past jobs, but it does not prevent you from doing other jobs which require less physical effort. Based on your age (52), education (9th grade), and past work experience, you can do other work.
If your condition gets worse and keeps you from working, write, call or visit any Social Security office about filing another application.