Unemployment Compensation: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, 1st Session, on the Subject of Proposed Amendments to the Federal Laws on Unemployment Compensation

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959 - 1167 pages
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Contents

Statement and draft of a bill to extend the FederalState unem
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Farmer William H chairman Legislative Committee Interstate Con
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Porter Representative Charles O of Oregon 705
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Associated Industries of Arkansas Inc Frank W Cantrell managing
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Cass Peggy member governing board Actors Equity Association 559
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American Public Welfare Association Thomas J S Waxter 752
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Holleman Jerry R president Texas State AFLCIO letter to Congress
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Rees James W chairman Social Security Committee Illinois State
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Bartley E Russell director of industrial relations Illinois Manufacturers
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Associated Industries of Kentucky Rayburn Watkins executive vice
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Kentucky AFLCIO Sam Ezelle executive secretary
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Sells Dallas president Indiana State AFLCIO 325
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Krauss Theodore J executive vice president Associated Industries
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FernosIsern Dr Antonio Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico letter
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Florida State of Hon Le Roy Collins Governor letter to Congressman
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Teets Bernard E member executive committee table entitled
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Associated Industries of Massachusetts Pertram F Collins director of
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Park Lee I chairman section of taxation American Bar Association
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Moore Jerry president Michigan Hotel Association letter to Congress Page man Machrowicz dated April 11 1959
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Commerce and Industry Association of New York James J Maher ehair
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Epstein Mrs Henrietta C vice president American Association for Social
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Labor Department of Hon James T OConnell Under Secretary
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Bischoff Howard A partner Sohngen Bischoff letter to Congressman
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Miriani Hon Louis C mayor of Detroit Mich
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FernosIsern Dr Antonio Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico 749
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National Consumers League Prof Eveline M Burns New York School
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Associated Industries of Missouri Theodore J Krauss executive vice
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Jones Rowland Jr president American Retail Federation
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Friedel Representative Samuel N of Maryland 108
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Oliver Representative James C of Maine
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Groner Frank member board of trustees American Hospital Associa
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Association Inc letter to Congressman Mills dated April 17 1959
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to Representative Robert H Michel of Illinois
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Lockley Lawrence C dean School of Commerce University of Southern
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Perfect Circle Corp Don H Teetor chairman of the board letter
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Interstate Finance Corp Owen M Hamilton personnel director letter
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Associated Industries of New York State Joseph R Shaw president 1083
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Bartley E Russell director of industrial relations Illinois Manufacturers
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Mull E C manager Knightstown Telephone Co Inc letter to Congress man Mills dated April 6 1959 1129
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National Lumber Manufacturers Association A Z Nelson director indus
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Batt William L Jr secretary of labor and industry Pennsylvania
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Texas Manufacturers Association L W Gray legal counsel and director
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Texas Employment Commission Maurice Acers employer representative 1156
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Estimated distribution of total New Jersey unemployment by age Page
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Capehart Senator Homer E of Indiana letter to Congressman Mills Page
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Estimated present and potential coverage of New Jersey unemploy
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Carey James B secretarytreasurer industrial union department AFL
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Benson Paul E National Canners Association 470
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Michigan Employers Unemployment Bureau Compensation and Mich
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Hathcock Otis L general counsel Georgia Employment Security Agency 249
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Zelenko Representative Herbert of New York
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Illinois State Chamber of Commerce James W Rees chairman social
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Cantrell Frank W managing director Associated Industries of Arkansas
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Amount of payments for total unemployment under present
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ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS
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Joint resolution S R No 200 General Assembly of North Carolina
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Rhode Island Hon Christopher Del Sesto Governor letter to Congress
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Waterbury Conn Hon Raymond F Snyder letter to Committee
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McMahan J P letter to Congressman Mills dated April 17 1959 1130
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AFLCIO George Meany president memorandum entitled The Case
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Coddington A E Jr Coddington Packing Co Inc letter to Congress
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DiagraphBradley Industries Inc James W Brigham president letter
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Herrly R A letter to Congressman Mills dated April 14 1959
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Kastner Leo R vice president Crown Tool Inc letter to Congressman
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Bramblett Sloan William Sloan letter to Congressman Mills dated
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Dillinger Wendell J letter to Congressman Mills dated April 14 1959
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Higgins Richard R president the Kendall Co letter to Congressman
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Cannon W C president North Carolina Textile Manufacturers Associa
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American Cotton Manufacturers Institute Inc James A Chapman presi
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Amalgamated Meat Cutters Butcher Workmen of N A AFLCIO
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OBrien G J Standard Oil Co of California letter to Congressman
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Maine Camp Directors Association Robert D OConnor attorney letter
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Gorman Patrick E secretarytreasurer and Thomas J Lloyd president
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Page 82 - Fund as is not, in his judgment, required to meet current withdrawals. Such investments may be made only in interest-bearing obligations of the United States, or in obligations guaranteed as to both principal and interest by the United States. For such purpose such obligations may be acquired...
Page 81 - States then forming part of the public debt; except that where such average rate is not a multiple of one-eighth of 1 per centum, the rate of interest of such special obligations shall be the multiple of one-eighth of 1 per centum next lower than such average rate.
Page 83 - State agency and shall credit quarterly on March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, of each year, to each account, on the basis of the average daily balance of such account, a proportionate part of the earnings of the Fund for the quarter ending on such date.
Page 142 - States to pass suitable legislation for the purpose of providing six months' additional pay for soldiers, sailors and marines upon their discharge from the service of the United States ; and be it further Resolved, That copies of this resolution be sent by the secretary of state to the president of the United States...
Page 507 - Unemployment. Each eligible individual who is unemployed in any week shall be paid with respect to such week a benefit in an amount equal to his weekly benefit amount...
Page 94 - The Secretary shall from time to time certify to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment to each State sums payable to such State under this section.
Page 88 - Service performed by a duly ordained, commissioned, or licensed minister of a church in the exercise of his ministry or by a member of a religious order in the exercise of duties required by such order...
Page 630 - Extensive hearings followed before the House Committee on Ways and Means, and the Senate Committee on Finance.
Page 351 - The CHAIRMAN. Without objection, the letter will be made a part of the record. [The letter referred to follows :] HARVARD UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, Cambridge, Mass., March 16, 1913.
Page 87 - Service performed in the employ of the United States Government or of an instrumentality of the United States...

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