Labor-Federal Security Appropriation Bill for 1946, Hearings Before the Subcommittee of ... , 79-1 on H.R. 3199

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Page 1870 - Washington, a department of education, for the purpose of collecting such statistics and facts as shall show the condition and progress of education in the several states and territories, and of diffusing such information respecting the organization and management of schools and school systems and methods of teaching as shall aid the people of the United States in the establishment and maintenance of efficient school systems, and otherwise promote the cause of education...
Page 1143 - Act; (4) to provide for the prompt and orderly settlement of all disputes concerning rates of pay, rules, or working conditions; (5) to provide for the prompt and orderly settlement of all disputes growing out of grievances or out of the interpretation or application of agreements covering rates of pay, rules, or working conditions.
Page 1841 - ... purchase, distribution, and exchange of educational documents, motion-picture films, and lantern slides; collection, exchange, and cataloging of educational apparatus and appliances, articles of school furniture and models of school buildings illustrative of foreign and domestic systems and methods of education, and repairing the same; and cooperative research, surveys, and demonstrations in education as authorized by the Act of July 26, 1954 (20 II.
Page 1669 - ... Columbia appropriation bill that the home may continue its services until other arrangements are made. I will appreciate any consideration you and your subcommittee may be able to give the matter. With kindest regards and all good wishes, I am, Very sincerely, LISTER HILL. COMMUNICATION Senator BYRD.
Page 1841 - Salaries and expenses: For expenses necessary for the Office of Education, including surveys, studies, investigations, and reports regarding libraries; fostering coordination of public and school library service; coordination of library service on the national level with other forms of adult education; developing library participation in Federal projects...
Page 1811 - that the action of the Federal Government in making funds available for maternity and infant care for the wives and infants of enlisted men be approved, and "that adoption be urged of a plan under which the Federal Government will provide for the wives of enlisted men a stated allotment for medical, hospital, maternity and infant care, similar to the allotments already...
Page 1893 - ... the facts will be reported by medical officers of the Army or Navy to the State or local health authorities as may be required. If additional authentic information is available as to extramarital contacts with diseased military or naval personnel during the communicable stage, this should also be reported. 4. All contacts of enlisted men with infected civilians to be reported to the medical officers in charge of the Army and Navy by the local or State health authorities. 5. Recalcitrant infected...
Page 1878 - The details of this estimate, the necessity therefor, and the reasons for its transmission at this time are set forth in the letter of the Director of the Bureau of the Budget, transmitted herewith, in whose comments and observations thereon I concur.
Page 1280 - CHAIRMAN CHARLES H. CONRAD, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DONALD F. BOZARTH, DIRECTOR, FEDERAL PLANNING DIVISION GEORGE HF OBERLANDER, DIRECTOR, FEDERAL REVIEW DIVISION DANIEL H. SHEAR, GENERAL COUNSEL AND SECRETARY MALCOLM L. TREVOR, ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR ADMINISTRATION INTRODUCTION OF WITNESSES Mr.
Page 1115 - ... 6. Decrease as far as possible the opportunities for contacts with infected persons. The local police department is responsible for the repression of commercialized and clandestine prostitution. The local health departments, the State Health Department, the Public Health Service, the Army, and the Navy will cooperate with the local police authorities in repressing prostitution.

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