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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, Chairman
FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota
JOHN H. DENT, Pennsylvania

JOHN M. ASHBROOK, Ohio
DOMINICK V. DANIELS, New Jersey

ALPHONZO BELL, California
JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois
JAMES G. O'HARA, Michigan

MARVIN L. ESCH, Michigan
AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan

PETER A. PEYSER, New York
PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii (on leave)

RONALD A. SARASIN, Connecticut
LLOYD MEEDS, Washington

JOHN BUCHANAN, Alabama
PHILLIP BURTON, California

JAMES M. JEFFORDS, Vermont
JOSEPH M. GAYDOS, Pennsylvania

LARRY PRESSLER, South Dakota
WILLIAM “BILL" CLAY, Missouri

WILLIAM F. GOODLING, Pennsylvania
SHIRLEY CHISHOLM, New York

VIRGINIA SMITH, Nebraska
MARIO BIAGGI, New York
IKE ANDREWS, North Carolina
WILLIAM LEHMAN, Florida
JAIME BENITEZ, Puerto Rico
MICHAEL BLOUIN, Iowa
ROBERT CORNELL, Wisconsin
TED RISENHOOVER, Oklahoma
PAUL SIMON, Illinois
EDWARD BEARD, Rhode Island
LEO ZEFERETTI, New York
GEORGE MILLER, California
RONALD MOTTL, Ohio
TIM HALL, Illinois

SUBCOMMITTEE ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California, Chairman

JOHN BUCHANAN, Alabama
ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota, Ex Officio

WILLIAM “BILL" CLAY, Missouri
JAIME BENITEZ, Puerto Rico
PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii (on leave)
CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, Ex Officio

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Hearings held in:

Milwaukee, Wis., October 13, 1975-
St. Louis, Mo., October 14, 1975.

Boston, Mass., November 15, 1975.

Text of H.R. 50 with amendments..

Statement of:

Abboud, Matt, director, D.R.I.V.E., Teamsters Joint Council No. 13,

St. Louis,

Backman, Hon. Jack H., Massachusetts State Senator..

Bass, Hon. John, comptroller, city of St. Louis.-

Berrien, Lucille, Coalition Against Inflation and Unemployment.

Cain, Prof. Glen G., Department of Economics, University of Wis-

consin..

Conroy, Catherine, founder and member of the advisory committee,

National Organization for Women and International Representative,

Communications Workers of America --

Corrigan, Father Thomas, Most Holy Redeemer Parish, East Boston..
Crenshaw, Thomas, chairman, Communist Party of Missouri..

D'Ambrosio, Dominick, president, International Union, Allied In-

dustrial Workers of America, AFL-CIO.

Davis, Edward, Direct Credit Society.-

Dockett, Richard, National Black Assembly.

Dukakis, Hon. Michael, Governor, State of Massachusetts..

Endesha, Kalimu, Congress of Afrikan People-

Farnham, Bertram C., executive vice president, Massachusetts State

Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Green, Percy, chairman, ACTION, St. Louis.

Gilman, John, member, World Peace Council.

Hacker, Sally, sociologist, MIT, Cambridge, Mass., representing the

National Association for Women, accompanied by Jennifer Davis,

local task force coordinator on unemployment for the Boston

Chapter

Harrison, Prof. Bennett, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and

Prof. Barry Bluestone, Boston College--

Hart, Virginia B., chairman, Wisconsin Department of Industry, Labor

and Human Relations.

Johnson, Hon. Ben, alderman, city of Milwaukee.

Jones, Rev. Buck, Operation LIVE, St. Louis

Kane, James, president, District 2, United Electrical, Radio and Ma-

chine Workers of America, Boston, Mass-

King, Mel, State representative, Boston, Mass.

Kirchner, Mary A., recording secretary, Local 82, Amalgamated Cloth-

ing Workers of America, St. Louis

Lerman, Philip E., executive director, Wisconsin Manpower Council,

Madison..

Lopez, Carlos, executive assistant to the mayor of Boston.

Love, Howard, Youth United for Jobs -

Majerus, Ray, director, Region 10, United Auto Workers.

Manning, Frank, president, Legislative Council of Older Americans,

Boston, Mass.'

McNamara, Bertram N., director, District 32, United Steelworkers of

America, AFL-CIO

Moakley, Hon. John Joseph, a Representative in Congress from the

State of Massachusetts..

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Statement of—Continued

Nagel, Hon. William E., supervisor, county board of supervisors.

Nowak, Marie W., State chairperson, Women's Work Standards Com-

mittee.

Payne, Addie, vice president, Coalition of Labor Union Women, St.

Louis.
Perlman, Prof. Richard, chairman, Department of Economics, Uni-

versity of Wisconsin.
Pines, Lois, State representative from Newton, Mass.
Pola, Carmen, Boricua Health Organization..
Rosenbloom, David L., on behalf of the Hon. Kevin White, Mayor of

Boston, accompanied by Joseph Duggan, director of Manpower

Programs for the city of Boston.-

Schmitt, John W., president, Wisconsin State AFL-CIO, Madison.

Slayton, Marcella -

Somers, Prof. Gerald G., Department of Economics, University of

Wisconsin..

Thurow, Lester C., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Camı-

bridge, Mass..
Troupe, Charles Q., chairman, Bi-State Transit Committee on Racial

Equality of Missouri and Illinois-
Tsongas, Hon. Paul E., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Massachusetts

Tucker, Jerry R., UAW Region No. 5, Community Action Programs

Coordinator, in behalf of Kenneth L. Worley, director, United Auto-

mobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America,

UAW

Turner, Chuck, director, Third World Jobs Clearinghouse, Boston,

Mass.

Underwood, Brenda, American Indian Cultural Center, St. Louis, ac-

companied by Martin Quintinella and Connie Cleves.

Williams, Oran, Federation of Block Units.

Williams, Robert, St. Louis Alliance Against Racist and Political

Oppression.-

Williams, Sister Regina, Justice and Peace Center, Milwaukee-

Wilson, Clifford, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, St. Louis

Chapter---

Winter, Elmer L., president and chief executive officer, Manpower,

Inc.

Prepared statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.:

Backman, Hon. Jack H., Massachusetts State Senator, prepared

statement of...

Bluestone, Barry and Bennett Harrison, prepared statement of..
Bringewatt, Arnold H., Lutheran Family and Children's Services of

Missouri, St. Louis, Mo., letter to Hon. William Clay, dated October

3, 1975.-
Cervantes, Rev. Lucius F., Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens, St.

Louis, Mo., letter to Chairman Hawkins and Hon. William Clay,

dated October 14, 1975---

Coleman, Rudolph, St. Louis, Mo.:

Letter from Joseph Howlett, dated February 14, 1975.-

Letter from President Leonard Woodcock, VAW, dated Septem-

ber 24, 1975.

Letter to Gene Mattix, UAW Regional Office, dated December

26, 1974..

Letter to Hon. James Symington, dated July 22, 1975-

Letter to James Blancett, dated February 17, 1975.-

Letter to President Leonard Woodcock, UAW, dated October 9,

1975.--.

Statement of Charles M. Muran, doctor of dental surgery -

Conrad, Joy, Youth Information Center, prepared statement of -

Coughlin, Joan E., administrator, Berkshire Community Action

Councií, Inc., Pittsfield, Mass., letter to committee members, dated

November 14, 1975--

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Prepared statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.—Continued

Crenshaw, Thomas, chairman, Communist Party of Missouri, pre-

pared statement of..

D'Amico, Ralph B., Rhode Island Workers Association, prepared

statement of

Donovan, Harlow, executive director, Food Crisis Network, letter to

Chairman Hawkins and Hon. William Clay, dated October 14, 1975).
Drinan, Hon. Robert F., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Massachusetts, prepared statement of --
Goldbaum, Richard I., Ph. D., executive director, St. Louis, Asso-

ciation for Retarded Children, St. Louis, Mo., letter to Hon. William

Clay, dated October 2, 1975.
Grace Hill House, prepared statement of -
Green, Percy, chairman, ACTION, St. Louis, “ACTION's programs

and goals, 1975,” an article.

Hacker, Sally, representing National Organization for Women, Inc.,

prepared statement of ..

Hamilton, Clement W., student, Harvard College, prepared statement

of...

Hanson, Roy, executive director, Southern Berkshire Community

Action, Inc., Great Barrington, Mass., letter to committee members,

dated November 13, 1975 -

Harrington, Hon. Michael J., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Massachusetts:

Letter to Chairman Hawkins, dated November 15, 1975.

Prepared statement.

Boston background sheet.

Harris, Prof. Erwin D., Bridgewater State College, Mass., prepared

statement of

Harrison, Prof. Bennett, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and

Prof. Barry Bluestone, Boston College, prepared statement of ..

Hawkins, Hon. Augustus F., a Representative in Congress from the

State of California:

Letters received relating to The Equal Opportunity and Full

Employment Act, H.R.50—

Bley, Allan H., president, Placements of Racine, Inc.,

October 16, 1975--

Cassidy, T. J., senior vice president, Wisconsin Electric

Power Co., Milwaukee, October 16, 1975.

Conger, Kenneth W., vice president, employee relations,

Kohler Co., Kohler, Wis., October 21, 1975

Jurack, Richard W., vice president, Butterfield's Employ-

ment Service, Inc., Milwaukee, October 21, 1975.

LeClaire, C. H., vice president, employee relations, A. O.

Smith Corp., Milwaukee, October 21, 1975--

Meyer, Daniel P., director of public affairs, Consolidated

Papers, Inc., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., October 20, 1975.-

Miller, Lauren E., manager, personnel, John Deere Horicon

Works, Horicon, Wis., October 22, 1975 - -

Sairs, George T., Śr., Corporate Offices, Inter-City Personnel

Associates, Inc., Executive Search & Placement, Inc.,
Print' n Mail, Inc., October 16, 1975.-
Weis, Raymond G., Hales Corners, Wis., October 17, 1975---

Willetts, John R., Milwaukee, October 17, 1975..

Human Development Corp. of Metropolitan St. Louis, prepared

statement of..

Jones, Rev. Buck, Operation LIVE, St. Louis, prepared statement of

Kolb, Rev. Canon William A., Christ Church Cathedral, prepared

statement of..

Lamkin, Leonard, Young Workers Liberation League, prepared state-

ment of

Lerman, Philip E., executive director, State Manpower Council,

State of Wisconsin, Executive Office of the Governor, Madison,
Wis., letter to Hon. Augustus Hawkins and Hon. Henry S. Reuss,

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