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zeau W president American Steel Export Co Inc letter to the chair Page
101
Roquefort Association Inc letter of Frank O Fredericks president
140
Maritime Trades Council of Greater Boston and New England AFL
169
American Beekeeping Federation statement of Clarence L Benson
176
Pilson W B president Texas Soybean Association telegram to the Page
198
Nolan John E Jr submitted statement on behalf of the California Olive
205
Glass Irving R executive vice president Tanners Council of America Pu
209
Caterpillar Tractor Co telegram of William Blackie chairman to
230
Austrian Ambassador Dr Eruest Lemberger letter to the chairman 1161
235
Lazarus Fred Jr chairman of the executive committee Federated Depart
249
Joseph Amelar Inc telegram to the chairman 805
258
Docking Hon Robert B Governor State of Kansas statement of Clinton p
291
Danish American Trade Council Inc Gustave Wedell president accom
325
Diefenthal Stanley Scrap Industry Trade Policy Council 949
339
Ellis Otis H legislative counsel Society of Independent Gasoline
355
Supermarine Inc letter of Yervant Maxudiau president to the chairman
370
Fisher Franklin M professor of economics Massachusetts Institute of Page
372
Gibson Marvin Canned Meat Importers Association 738
378
Florida Department of Agriculture letter of Doyle Conner Commissioner
395
Kanouse Edgar L general manager and chief engineer Department
400
Rountree Betty letter to the chairman
406
Tanners Council of America Inc statement of Irving R Glass executive
439
Rubber Manufacturers Association Footwear Division letter of Mitchell
443
American Importers Association Inc
450
Rush Kenneth president Union Carbide Corp letter to the chairman _ 322
499
Baring Hon Walter S U S Representative from the State of Nevada
512
Terrett Julian Terrett Ranch letter to the chairman 812
518
Lazrus Julian American Watch Association Inc letter to the chairman 1110
521
Montoya Hon Joseph M a U S Senator from the State of New Mexico Morse Hon Wayne a U S Senator from the State of Oregon 157
526
Council of American Chamber of Commerce Europe letter of Otho
526
Drafts J Harvey president South Carolina Meat Packers Association
526
Fong Hon Hiram L a U S Senator from the State of Hawaii letter with
526
Lively Leonard President Southwestern Montana Mining Association
526
Schultz R L president Texas Ports Association letter to the chairman 1199
526
Cheese Importers Association of America Inc statement of Martin
526
ickels Harvey secretary and legislative representative National Farmers
526
Tipton Stuart G president Air Transport Association letter to
526
Columbia River Fishermens Protective Union letter of Russell Bristow
526
Bills printed in this hearingContinued
526
Lutz B A director of purchases Hobart Bros Co letter to the chairman
529
Connelly Éllen telegram to the chairman
530
Jacks Meat Service Inc Kreck Packing Co
541
American National Cattlemens Association C W McMillan executive
542
American Textile Manufacturers Institute Halbert M Jones past presi
581
364
600
1200
604
Duncan Hon John J U S Representative from the State of Tennessee
605
American Textile Manufacturers Institute Inc letter of Halbert M Jones
606
79
607
Hitchcock W E Jr president Atlantic Wire Co letter to the chairman _ 976
609
141
639
804
645
Aociatiou on Japanese Textile Imports Inc Mike Masaoka Washing
659
Ametalco Inc statement of John G Lennon executive vice president 521
661
514
672
138
677
967
685
Teising R H Elburn Packing Co letter to the chairman 790
690
Textile Workers Union of America AFLCIO statement of William
692
OBryan J F agricultural attache Australian Wool Tops Exporters
703
Texas Association of Steel Importers letter of Frank Donnelly president
704
Canned Meat Importers Association Marvin Gibson
738
Magdanz Don F executive secretarytreasurer National Livestock
750
Popular and Special Nut Co Inc letter of James Topolewski president
753
166
754
613
760
Anderson Edwin president HH Provision Co Inc letter to the chair
761
190
769
HH Provision Co Inc letter of Edwin Anderson president to
795
444
796
ckinghani Poultry Marketing Coop letter of W V Pringle general
798
Bilyeu Robert E Bilyeu Meats Inc letter to the chairman
799
Frank and Co Inc letter of Charles W Frank Jr secretary to
800
Edelman John W president National Council of Senior Citizens Wash
802
Thomas Borthwick Sons telegram to the chairman
806
Sterns David Acme Metal Co telegram to the chairman 514
807
Hopkins Charles executive vice president West Virginia Retailers Associa
809
American National Cattlemens Association letter and statement
812
Crothers Brenham C former president Louisiana Cattlemens Associa
813
Edmiston Fred L secretary Custer County Livestock Marketing
814
Land James W submitted statement 1189
825
Caterpillar Tractor Co Robert S Eckley manager of business economics
827
U S Flat Glass Industry letter to the chairman 990 Stewart W G president The Cyclops Corp statement submitted
840
956
861
1169
862
749
874
Magnuson Hon Warren G a U S Senator from the State of Washington
913
250
914
Still Jimmy J United States Cold Storage Corp telegram to the chair S05 Inam
927
1074
930
1171
931
978
944
Blake Thomas D of Sharp Solter Hutchison letter to the chairman
954
Stofsky George manager Furriers Joint Council of New York statement 104
955
House Elizabeth Arlington Va letter to the chairman 1170
961
Cumberland Corp letter of Charles T Robinson vice president to
972
Haas Harold of City Poultry Co letter to the chairman
974
Texas Field Fabric Inc telegram of W B Crist general manager to
975
Edwards Sterling president Edwards Wire Rope letter to the chairman
977
Nationwide Committee on ImportExport Policy statement of O
994
Committee for a National Trade Policy statement of John W Might
1003
OBrien Gerald H executive vice president American Importers asso
1013
Newsom Herschel D Master of the National Grange accompanied by
1016
electronic articles of domestic and of foreign origin
1025
Rush Kenneth president Union Carbide Corp accompanied by
1032
Elburn Packing Co letter of R H Teising to the chairman 790
1033
1201
1050
bearings and parts thereof
1058
Antifriction Bearing Manufacturers Association statement of Bernard
1062
1155
1063
G president Foote Mineral Co submitted statement for
1072
Hull J E Manufacturing Chemists Association Inc letter to E A
1074
Shears Scissors and Manicure Implement Manufacturers Association
1093
S 2556To amend the Tariff Schedules of the United States with
1105
Hamilton Watch Co letter of Paul F Mickey to the chairman
1109
Texas Ports Association letter of R L Schultz president to the com
1110
Hansen Clifford P a U S Senator from the State of Wyoming submitted
1145
Richardson Daniel B executive vice president Reed Prince Manufac
1152
Burger King letter of David L Brooke president to the chairman 792
1153
OBrien Gerald H executive vice president American lmporters asso
1154
Firth Cleveland Steels Inc letter of Peter H Garfunkel executive vice
1159
Hunter Trading Co letter of Robert E Leopold vice president to
1160
Blue Streak Trucking Co letter of Morris H Burg general manager
1164
Foreign Traders Association of Philadelphia letter of Edward H
1169
Harris Collingwood J TathamLaird Kudner Inc letter to the chair
1170
Carter Mr and Mrs Coolidge Pasadena Calif letter to the committee 375
1173
Arkansas Grain Corporation statement by L C Carter executive vice
1174
Darman Morton H chairman of the board National Association of Wool
1180
Fannin Hon Paul a U S Senator from the State of Arizona statement 779
1183
Boston Fish Market Corp letter of Thomas A Fulham president to
1191
Aspinall Hon Wayne a U S Representative from the State of Colorado
1192
Davenport Harold F C L Alger Co Inc letter with attachment
1195
Rockingham Poultry Marketing Coop letter of W W Pringle general
1197
C executive vice president and general manager Arkansas
1199
Francis E Lee Lieutenant Governor State of New Mexico letter to
1200
Thorp Kenneth E vice president American Koyo Corp letter to
1204
Bracburn Alloy Steel letter of R B MacDoiuild general managersales
1211

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Página 22 - In order to further the policy and purpose of this section, whenever the Director of the Office of Defense Mobilization has reason to believe that any article is being imported into the United States in such quantities as to threaten to impair the national security...
Página 275 - Mobilization, made an appropriate investigation and determined that crude oil and crude oil derivatives and products are being imported in such quantities and under such circumstances as to threaten to impair the national security.
Página 153 - DUBENBEBOEB introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance A BILL To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to encourage greater energy conservation by commercial businesses, and for other purposes.
Página 539 - ... being imported into the United States in such increased quantities, either actual or relative, as to cause or threaten serious injury to the domestic industry producing like or directly competitive products.
Página 390 - ... existing and anticipated availabilities of the human resources, products, raw materials, and other supplies and services essential to the national defense, the requirements of growth of such industries and such supplies and services including the investment, exploration, and development necessary to assure such growth, and the importation of goods hi terms of their quantities, availabilities, character, and use as those affect such industries and the capacity of the United States to meet national...
Página 267 - Nation to our national security, and shall take into consideration the impact of foreign competition on the economic welfare of individual domestic industries; and any substantial unemployment, decrease in revenues of government, loss of skills or investment, or other serious effects resulting from the displacement of any domestic products by excessive imports shall be considered, without excluding other factors, in determining whether such weakening of our internal economy may impair the national...
Página 693 - Secretary shall each year, beginning with the calendar year 1972, limit the quantity of sweetened chocolate, candy, and confectionery provided for in items 156.30 and 157.10 of part 10, schedule 1, of the Tariff Schedules of the United States which may be entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption in the United States as hereinafter provided.
Página 390 - President shall further recognize the close relation of the economic welfare of the Nation to our national security, and shall take into consideration the impact of foreign competition on the economic welfare of individual domestic industries; and...
Página 270 - At the direction of the President the Committee will undertake a study to evaluate all factors pertaining to the continued development of energy supplies and resources fuels in the United States, with the aim of strengthening the national defense, providing orderly industrial growth, and assuring supplies for our expanding national economy and for any future emergency.
Página 267 - Director is of the opinion that the said article is being imported into the United States in such quantities or under such circumstances as to threaten to impair the national security...

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