Minimum Wage-hour Legislation: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Labor Standards of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, Second Session, on Various Bills Regarding Minimum Wage Legislation ...

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Wagoner E R executive secretary Texas Forestry Association
236
LettersContinued Page
242
Weiner Clarence M economist Cigar Manufacturers Association
277
Georgia and Alabama Need the 1 25 Minimum
377
Davis Ralph A Jr consultant forester wood dealer Huntsville
410
Value of shipments all items and apparel accessories
420
classification 195359 and applicable minimum wage rates
449
SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR STANDARDS
453
SECOND SESSION
490
POWELL New York CARROLL D KEARNS Pennsylvania
490
Letters etc Continued
490
K ALDERMAN Jr Chief Clerk
491
Bromley Willard S Continued
509
State of Florida
615
RYAN General Counsel
655
PART 1
679
Letters etc Continued
682
SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR STANDARDS
693
Gardner general manager Bedford Springs Hotel Bedford
711
Owens Carl Avinger Tex statement of 240
725
Bammerlin Dorothy employee Gilberts Clothing Store member
745
Statement of
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Mueller Russell R managing director National Retail Hardware
795
Packard Arthur K Mount Vernon Ohio chairman governmental
810
Peterkin George A Jr president Dixie Carriers Inc Houston
823
Berdecia Fernando Sierra secretary of labor Commonwealth
868
Young A E Georgia State Chamber of Commerce Fort Valley Ga
885
Walsh Marvin E National Association of Motor Bus Owners
905
seamen and other industries
934
Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor
948
LANDRUM Georgia Chairman
948
Williams Richard chairman Legislative Committee Ohio State
948
Page
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Crotty Andrew J Jr past president National Restaurant Asso
951
Statement of Continued
964
statistics for 22 calendar year periods January 1 1937 to
985
Carter Thomas L in behalf of Texas Lumber Manufacturers Associ
1273
Gary Hon J Vaughan a Representative in Congress from the State
1293
Idaho Grower Shippers Association Inc Edd Moore executive secretary
1354
A president of the National Cotton Ginners Association 1275
1371
Colmer Hon William M a Representative in Congress from
1388
Dedeaux Randle J Perkinston Miss 257
1394
American Taxicab Association Inc and the National Association
1402
Ernst Seidelmann Corp New York N Y letter to Chairman Landrum 1549
1413
Associated General Contractors of America Inc
1422
Batt William L Jr secretary of labor and industry Commonwealth of Page
1438
Beacon House Restaurant Monroe La letter to Chairman Landrum 1529
1446
States 1958
1453
National Retail Furniture Association statement submitted by Rawson
1461
National Retail Merchants Association statement presented by Clarence
1471
FernˇsIsern Dr A Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico 75
1484
Big River Oil Co Bismarck N Dak Herbert M Haus secretary
1496
Newark Chamber of Commerce John D Meyers secretarytreasurer state
1499
Joe Jimmy Bamboo Restaurant Shreveport La letter to Chairman
1503
Bliss T Kent Jr Bliss Bros Dairy Inc Attleboro Mass letter
1511
Greenberg Max president Retail Wholesale Department Store 291
1514
Farm Placement Advisory Council of the Department of Employment
1518
North Carolina Association of Quality Restaurants Inc resolution
1521
Baltimore Steam Packet Co R E Dunn president letter to Congress
1522
Long B R
1524
Phillips J E Macon Ga letter to Chairman Landrum 1421
1528
man Paul C Jones
1540
Bowman Le Roy professor emeritus Brooklyn College letter to Chairman
1543
Keyserling Mary Dublin member board of directors National Consumers
1546
Gabbert Magee Gabbert Oil Co Senatobia Miss letter to Chairman
1547
Council of the City of Reading Resolution No 216 1521
1550
Bank of Soperton Soperton Ga J E Hall president letter to Chairman
1557
Sanchez R P Bob chairman Committee on Migratory Labor Ameri
1561
Ingram J D pulpwood producer from Carthage Miss 1088
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Leffler Ross Assistant Secretary of the Interior report of the U S Depart
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Genesco Nashville Tenn Nelson Carmichael vice president letter
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