Hearings, Reports and Prints of the House Select Committee on Small Business, Volume 1
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Page 79 - Thank you for coming. We will stand in recess until tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. (Whereupon, at 4:03 pm, May 3, 1965, the Commission recessed, to reconvene at 10 am, Tuesday, May 4, 1965.) FTC INDUSTRY CONFERENCE ON MARKETING OF AUTOMOTIVE GASOLINE TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1965 FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, Washington; DC Present: Paul Rand Dixon, Chairman; Philip Elman, Commissioner; A.
Page 639 - between (the founders * * *. This would be true whether they were in actual or potential competition with each other and even though the new corporation was formed to create a wholly new enterprise. Realistically, the parents would not compete with their progeny * * * actual restraints need not be proved.
Page 904 - lessee, which excepted taxes the lessee agrees to pay. 8. Lessor agrees at his own expense to keep the buildings and improvements in good condition and repair during the term of this lease or any renewal or extension thereof. If lessor should
Page 421 - We appreciate this opportunity to appear personally to highlight some of the points in our written statement previously submitted to the Commission, and to answer any questions you may have. Mr. Chairman and members of the
Page 19 - 1 3 New Mexico Petroleum Marketers Association (Jobber Division). North Carolina Oil Jobbers Association. Northwest Petroleum Association (Minnesota and North Dakota). Oklahoma Oil Jobbers Association. Oregon Oil Jobbers Association. Pennsylvania Petroleum Association, Inc. South Carolina Oil Jobbers Association. South Dakota Independent Oil Men's Association. Tennessee Oil Men's Association. Texas Oil Jobbers Association. Virginia Petroleum Jobbers Association. Washington Oil Marketers Association....
Page 166 - (Whereupon, at 5:10 pm, May 4, 1965, the hearing in the aboveentitled matter was recessed, to reconvene at 10 am
Page 639 - I believe that these 'bare bones' really lay bare one of the most brazen violations of the Sherman Act that I have experienced in a quarter of a century • * *. The net effect of the remand is, therefore, but to extend for perhaps an additional 5 years White Motors' enjoyment of the fruits of its illegal action." Justice Tom C. Clark, W'hite Motors v. United
Page 50 - scheduled witnesses are unable to be here. I am WE Turner, executive vice president of the Texas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Association. You have, I believe, a copy of Mr. Abel's prepared statement. If it is your desire, I can summarize what I
Page 215 - and finish up what we have in the morning scheduled for tomorrow by afternoon of tomorrow anyway. TESTIMONY OF WILLIAM D. SNOW, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY AND GENERAL COUNSEL, NATIONAL CONGRESS OF PETROLEUM RETAILERS, INC. Mr. SNOW. Mr. Chairman,
Page 421 - Mr. Chairman and members of the Commission, my name is Harry J. Peckheiser. I am executive vice president of the Mobil Oil Co., the domestic operating division of Socony Mobil Oil Co.. Inc. My area of responsibility includes Mobil Oil's supply and distribution, refining, and marketing activities in the United States.