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Contents

Year
108
J J Forbes Chief Health and Safety Division United States
111
Fuller Edgar executive secretary National Council of Chief State School
133
Stirling H V Assistant Administrator for Vocational Rehabilitation
181
B Stone president Stone College New Haven Conn in re S 1150
207
Thomas Hon Elbert D a United States Senator from the State of Utah
222
Wednesday May 25 1949_Continued Page
227
Oliver general superintendent Oliver Coal Co Paonia
233
Walter E Odendahl general superintendent Sunnyside Operations
242
ciation Washington D C
260
Sullivan Jesse V secretary West Virginia Coal Association tabulations
271
Co Island Creek Coal Co and Marianna Smokeless Coal Co
279
Federal assistance for construc
i
John L Lewis president United Mine Workers
iii
Preliminary and subject to revision
1
Birdsall Guy H Assistant Administrator for Legislation Veterans
4
Employment and accident data for Pennsylvania anthracite mines 1930 to 1947
7
Morse Hon Wayne a United States Senator from the State of Oregon
9
Alessandroni Walter E national vice commander American Legion 22
22
Downs Tom chairman unemployment compensation commission Lans
26
Horton Jesse V legal representative National Association of Postal
32
Administration 37
37
Lavers Ralph H assistant director national economic commission
41
F executive officer Organization of Professional Employees
48
ciation 67
67
Goodwill Glen T superintendent of schools Monterey public schools
142
Year
235
Hecht George J chairman American Parents Committee article by
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groups 252
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Page
267
Hudtloff A G superintendent of schools Clover Park Wash insertions
269
years 279
279
Monterey Calif 292
292
Bridwell O F secretarytreasurer the Colorado and New Mexico Coal
293
W E Wilson county superintendent of schools Clark County Ind 299
299
1930
303
A G Hudtloff superintendent of schools Clover Park Wash_
306
Sue Powers superintendent of schools Memphis Tenn
311
Cobb W F president Galloway Coal Mining Co Inc insertion
319
Russell Hon Richard B a United States Senator from the State
329
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339
Herman F Jaeger superintendent of schools Grand Coulee Wash 324 Herman F Jaeger superintendent of schools Grand Coulee Wash
343
Lewis G Hines national legislative representative American Federa
352
James Marshall member New York City Board of Education
359
Ohio statement of
368
Bosshart Dr John H commissioner of education State of New Jersey
377
Fritchman James B president board of trustees Port Neches independent
384
Fuller Edgar executive secretary National Council of Chief State School
394
McLaughlin Frederick C educational director Public Education Asso
400
Smalley Floyd superintendent Hawthorne school district No 7 Haw
405
tion Federal Security Agency chart submitted by 103
United States employees compen
3
Manning Willard L president National Rural Letter Carriers Asso
20
Poston Robert R director of legislative commission American Legion 26
26
Reserve Association 42
42
Page
47
Telegrams favoring extension of servicemens readjustment allow
52
Supervisors 57
57
Riley member legislative committee American Federation
63
ܙ Douglas Hon Paul H a United States Senator from the State of Illinois
75
Amend servicemens readjustment
Taylor Hon Glen H a United States Senator from the State of Idaho 3
3
Bardon William C Cincinnati Ohio 5
5
ministration 8
8
fornia 2
2
Foreign Wars 6
6
Forbes J J Chief Health and Safety Division United States Bureau
Ketchum Omar B director National Legislative Service Veterans
Veterans educational benefits
1
hour of warning on January 17 1949 but permitted to reopen February 11
11
tions 12
12
Poston Robert R associate legislative director American Legion 23
23
Holifield Hon Chet a Representative in Congress from the State of Cali
32
Schutzer Arthur State executive secretary American Labor Party
53
To authorize the appointment
Senate bill 1150_ 1
1
Wilson James W Jacksonville Fla 4
4
LIST OF STATEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
1
1
Hawaiian labor situation July
12
Stinson Robert H financial secretary Greater Flint Industrial
25
Telegrams favoring extension of servicemens readjustment allow
51
United Office and Professional Workers of America CIO statement
53
Legion 55
55
Hofflund John L chief counsel United States Bureau of Mines proposed
69
Totten B A Jackson Miss Mississippi Association of Vocation Schools
80
Kingsley J Donald Acting Administrator Federal Security Agency
98
Fuller Edgar executive secretary National Council of Chief State School
137
to Senator Morse in re 1150_ 216
216
Tuition charges for veterans
Noffsinger J S executive director National Federation of Private School
18
Foutz Dave legislative representative Veterans Organizations Council
46
McGrath Earl J Commissioner of Education Federal Security Agency
76
Walter Paul W counsel for National Association of Private Schools
95
Wheeler Hon William M a Representative in Congress from the State
123
Birdsall Guy H assistant administrator for legislation Veterans
125
Cope Paul R president National Association of State Approval
137
Maize Richard secretary of mines Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
152
Hoff Irvin A administrative assistant to Senator Magnuson 60
161
Miles Clarence R manager department of governmental affairs Cham
163
Monk A H Director of Training Facilities Veterans Administration 170
170
Walter Paul W counsel for National Association of Private Schools
176
Weishaar Wayne secretarytreasurer Aeronautical Training Society
194
Pepper Hon Claude a United States Senator from the State of Florida
197
Bogut T R president Academy of Arts School of Fine and Commercial
201
Knudsen K B manager Knapp College Tacoma Wash letter of
207
Wherry Hon Kenneth S a United States Senator from the State of
216
To encourage the study of foreign
Holifield Hon Chet a Representative in Congress from the State of Cali
9
To assist veterans in retaining
Tobey Hon Charles W a United States Senator from the State of
2
Wallingford Eldon assistant general counsel Life Insurance Association
16
To assist veterans to borrow funds
Pepper Hon Claude a United States Senator from the State of Florida
la Nonfarm permanent dwelling units built in 194648 4
5
Press Dr H A Director Management and Planning Staff Department
14
Patten Hon Harold A a Representative in Congress from the State
42
To provide special housing
Pepper Hon Claude a United States Senator from the State of Florida
Aiken Hon George D a United States Senator from the State of Vermont
9
The alleviation of juvenile
Compensation of certain employees
Birdsall Guy H Assistant Administrator for Legislation Veterans
Birdsall Guy H Assistant Administrator for Legislation Veterans
3
York N Y favoring S 1451 Wallingford Eldon assistant general counsel Life Insurance Association 5
5
Shapiro Dr H D senior medical consultant national rehabilitation
22
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