Hearings

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1949
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Contents

McMahon Hon Brien a United States Senator from the State of Connecti
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Thomas Hon Elbert D a United States Senator from the State of Utah
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Thomas Hon Elmer a United States Senator from the State of Oklahoma
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Employment and accident data for Pennsylvania anthracite mines 1930 to 1947
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C E Linkous safety manager Pond Creek Coal
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Year
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John L Lewis president United Mine Workers
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1991
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Federal assistance for construc
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Ashley Dr Robert Lansing Mich 8
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Morse Hon Wayne a United States Senator from the State of Oregon in sertions of
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Leet Harry M legislative chairman Government Workers Union
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J Chief Coal Mine Inspection Branch United States
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Alessandroni Walter E national vice commander American Legion 22
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American Legion 26
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Administration 37
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Lavers Ralph H assistant director national economic commission
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Fuller Edgar executive secretary National Council of Chief State School
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Rose Oscar V superintendent of schools Midwest City Okla table
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Monterey Calif 292
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W E Wilson county superintendent of schools Clark County Ind 299
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A G Hudtloff superintendent of schools Clover Park Wash_
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Sue Powers superintendent of schools Memphis Tenn
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B McFadden superintendent of schools Moses Lake Wash
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Cobb W F president Galloway Coal Mining Co Inc insertion
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Russell Hon Richard B a United States Senator from the State
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Saxon J Harold executive secretary Georgia State Education Association
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Raymond Goodloe chairman board of education Midwest City Okla
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Guernsey George T associate director of education Congress of Industrial
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Lewis G Hines national legislative representative American Federa
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request for information
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James Marshall member New York City Board of Education
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Tarzinski Charles R principal Northridge School Montgomery County
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Bosshart Dr John H commissioner of education State of New Jersey
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Church Ben M superintendent Henderson school district Henderson
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1939
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Fritchman James B president board of trustees Port Neches independent
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McLaughlin Frederick C educational director Public Education Asso
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Smalley Floyd superintendent Hawthorne school district No 7 Haw
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Hudtloff A G superintendent of schools Clover Park Wash insertions
Manning Willard L president National Rural Letter Carriers Asso
United States employees compon
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Bonamarte Robert F cochairman of national service committee Fleet
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Poston Robert R director of legislative commission American Legion 26
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Bowles Raimond assistant clerk Senate Committee on Banking
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Pago
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Telegrams favoring extension of servicemens readjustment allow
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Supervisors 57
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ciation 67
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Douglas Hon Paul H a United States Senator from the State of Illinois
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Amend servicemens readjustment
fornia 2
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Taylor Hon Glen H a United States Senator from the State of Idaho 3
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Bardon William C Cincinnati Ohio 5
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Connecticut 7
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1944
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Birdsall Guy H Assistant Administrator for Legislation Veterans
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Ketchum Omar B director national legislative service Veterans of For
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Holifield Hon Chet a Representative in Congress from the State of Cali
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Press Dr H A Director Management and Planning Staff Department
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Poston Robert R associate legislative director American Legion 23
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To authorize the appointment
and illegallyincluding the Booker T Washington School and the Pike School
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Aiken Hon George D a United States Senator from the State of Vermont
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Kingsley J Donald Acting Administrator Federal Security Agency
Hawaiian labor situation July
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Marshall James member New York City Board of Education chart sub
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United Office and Professional Workers of America CIO statement
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Legion 55
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Portland Oreg letter of to Senator Morse in re S 1150 215
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Tuition charges for veterans
Noffsinger J S executive director National Federation of Private School
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port of the new GI home loan program 46
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Totten B A Jackson Miss Mississippi Association of Vocation Schools
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Miles Clarence R manager department of governmental affairs Cham
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Veterans Administration additional statement of 216
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Myers Hon Francis J a United States Senator from the State of Pennsyl
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Wheeler Hon William M a Representative in Congress from the State
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Birdsall Guy H assistant administrator for legislation Veterans
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operators of schools are forced to take the VAs arbitrarily fixed lower rate
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Fuller Edgar executive secretary National Council of Chief State School
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Hoff Irvin A administrative assistant to Senator Magnuson 60
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Monk A H Director of Training Facilities Veterans Administration 170
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Walter Paul W counsel for National Association of Private Schools
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Weishaar Wayne secretarytreasurer Aeronautical Training Society
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Pepper Hon Claude a United States Senator from the State of Florida
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Bogut T R president Academy of Arts School of Fine and Commercial
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Knudsen K B manager Knapp College Tacoma Wash letter of
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Wherry Hon Kenneth S a United States Senator from the State of
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To encourage the study of foreign
Holifield Hon Chet a Representative in Congress from the State of Cali
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To assist veterans in retaining
Tobey Hon Charles W a United States Senator from the State of
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Wallingford Eldon assistant general counsel Life Insurance Association
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To assist veterans to borrow funds
Pepper Hon Claude a United States Senator from the State of Florida
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la Nonfarm permanent dwelling units built in 194648 4
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School District No 64 Lake County North Chicago Ill statement sub
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To provide special housing
Pepper Hon Claude a United States Senator from the State of Florida
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The alleviation of juvenile
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Compensation of certain employees
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Birdsall Guy H Assistant Administrator for Legislation Veterans
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Tobey Hon Charles W a United States Senator from the State of
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transmitting proposed draft of a bill 10
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Wallingford Eldon assistant general counsel Life Insurance Association
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Page ii - Nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to authorize any department, agency, officer, or employee of the United States to exercise any direction, supervision, or control over the curriculum, program of instruction, administration, or personnel of any educational institution or school system...
Page 386 - Loss of both hands, or both arms, or both feet, or both legs, or both eyes, or of any two thereof shall, in the absence of conclusive proof to the contrary, constitute permanent total disability.
Page 7 - The sums made available under this section shall be used for making payments to States which have submitted, and had approved by the Social Security Board established by Title VII (hereinafter referred to as the "Board"), State plans for old-age assistance.
Page 5 - United States for the - three most recent consecutive years for which satisfactory data are available from the Department of Commerce. Such promulgation shall be conclusive for each of the two fiscal years in the period...
Page 10 - General's reservation of any amount under this section may be amended by him, either upon approval of an amendment of the application or upon revision of the estimated cost of construction of the facility.
Page 394 - ... are computed with reference to the nature of the injury without regard to the period the employee is absent from work.
Page 6 - If any provision of this Act, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, the remainder of this Act, and the application of such provision to other persons or circumstances, shall not be affected thereby.
Page 393 - ... earnings of the injured employee and of other employees of the same or most similar class working in the same or most similar employment in the same or neighboring locality, shall reasonably represent the annual earning capacity of the injured employee in the employment in which he was working at the time of the accident.
Page 261 - It leaves open, therefore, the widest conceivable inquiry, the scope of which no one can foresee and the result of which no one can foreshadow or adequately guard against.
Page 5 - Federal share" for any State shall be 100 per centum less the State percentage and the State percentage shall be that percentage which bears the same ratio to 50 per centum as the per capita income of such State bears to the per capita income of the continental United States (excluding Alaska), except that (1) the Federal share...

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