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Harvey, Hon. Ralph, a Representative in Congress from the State of
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Hutton, William R., deputy director, National Council of Senior
counsel, National Association of Retail Druggists.--
Administration, Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa...
Department of Justice.
State of North Dakota..
Graduate School of Business...
Association of Retail Druggists ---
State of Indiana.
State of Kentucky-
White, John H., National Oil Jobbers Council.
Policy resolution on consumer protection adopted December
February 24, 1959.-
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executive secretary --Anson, Inc., statement of Olof V. Anderson, president.. Automotive Wholesalers Association of New England, Inc., letter
from R. J. Harrison, executive secretary, transmitting statement.. Bedell, Clyde, statement of..
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Page Bellaire Merchants Association, resolution of
453 Botany Industries, Inc., statement of Michael Daroff, president
422 Brown-Forman Distillers Corp., statement of...
412 Bureau for the Advancement of Independent Retailing: Consumer price studies.
152 Letter from Maurice Mermey, director.
152 Celler, Hon. Emanuel: Comparison of fair-trade and non-fair-trade prices
59 Price quality comparisons.
60 Statements from several State court opinions declaring State resale maintenance laws unconstitutional..
57 Champion Spark Plug Co., statement of II. B. Speyer, vice president and treasurer
414 Chemical Research & Manufacturers, Inc., letter from Dr. W. Langer, president
449 Chesebrough-Ponds, Inc., letter from R. F. Mitchell, Jr., counsel 443 Christian Booksellers Association, Inc., letter from W. F. Moore--- 452 Cooperative League of the USA, statement of Dwight D. Townsend, director, Washington office..
412 Corning Glass Works, statement of R. Lee Waterman, vice presidentmanager, consumer products division.
420 Cortney, Philip, statement of
429 Electric Appliance Dealers Association, letter from 0. A. Glasgow, managing director..
450 Florida State Retailers Association, letter from K. K. Kennedy, president, and Dallas L. Hostetler, executive director
451 Fri, James Lloyd, statements of...
429, 431 G. & C. Merriam Co., letter from Gordon J. Gallan, president.
447 General Federation of Women's Clubs, statement of Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold, president.-
420 Green Shoe Manufacturing Co., letter from S. L. Slosberg, president - 442 Hanes Hosiery Mills, letter from Gordon Hanes, president
454 Hart, Schaffner & Marx, statement of John D. Gray, president.
426 Helena Rubinstein, Inc., statement of Oscar Kolin, vice president. 415 Holifield, Hon. Chet, quality stabilization legislation is in accord with these propositions.
263 Humphrey, Hon. Hubert H., appraisal of quality stabilization bill by Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress..
64 Independent Garage Owners of America, Inc., statement of James A. Hueser, manager--
414 Independent Garage Owners of Ohio, Inc., statement of
421 Independent Shoemen, statement of Mike Carosella, chairman.
425 Indiana State Electronic Service Association, Inc., letter from Frank J. Teskey, secretary, transmitting statement.
441 Justice Department: Business failure rate per 10,000 listed concerns, 1962
81 Distribution of business failures per 10,000 listed concerns within
fair trade, nonsigner invalid, and free trade States, 1946
82 Kayser-Roth Hosiery Co., Inc., letter from Arnold M. Raphael, vice president and general manager..
445 Laundry & Cleaners Allied Trades Association, statement of Edward Ewell, president --
426 Lehn & Fink Products Corp., statement of Walter N. Plant, president. 439 Lincoln Metal Products Corp., letter from Harry Schwartz, vice president, sales.
438 Massachusetts Consumer Association, resolution of
437 Maxam, Inc., statement of Paul D. Dichter, president.
322 McEwen, Robert J., telegram from..
328 Mc Monagle & Rogers, Inc., letter from W. R. Moore, president. 451 Meier's Wine Cellars, Inc., letter from Henry 0. Sonneman, managing director..
447 Miller, Hon. Jack, “What Is the Future of Fair Trade Legislation?" from Congressional Record, February 19, 1963.
323 Mirro Aluminum Co., letter from G. C. Kubitz, senior vice president, marketing
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National Association of House to House Installment Cos., Inc., Page
National Retail Furniture Association, letter from Derek Brooks, vice
National Shoe Retailers Association, statement of Edward J. McDon-
Palm Beach Co., letter from Elmer L. Ward, chairman of the board
Lynn Carter, executive secretary -
Quality Brands Associates of America, Inc., statement of John W.
Watch Material Distributors Association of America, letter from
Wisconsin Automotive Wholesalers Association, Inc., letter from
TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1963
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Washington, D.O. The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 10 a.m., in room 1334, Longworth House Office Building, Hon. Harley O. Staggers (chairman of the subcomittee) presiding.
Mr. STAGGERS. The committee will come to order.
The Subcommittee on Commerce and Finance of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce will begin hearings this morning on several bills to promote price and quality stabilization. These bills are H.R. 3669, introduced by the distinguished chairman of our committee, Mr. Harris, of Arkansas, and 22 identical bills.
The bills are:
H.R. 4312, by Mr. Glenn, of New Jersey, a member of this committee.
H.R. 4477, by Mr. Stubblefield, of Kentucky.
H.R. 4703, by Mr. Jarman, of Oklahoma, a member of this committee.
H.R. 4930, by Mr. Battin, of Montana.
The purpose of this legislation is to promote quality and price stabilization, to define and restrain certain unfair methods of distribution, and to confirm, define, and equalize the rights of producers and resellers in the distribution of goods identified by distinguishing