Supplemental Appropriation Relief, and Work Relief, Fiscal Year 1938: Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Seventy-fifth Congress, Third Session, on H.J. Res. 596, a Joint Resolution Making an Additional Appropriation for Relief Purposes ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938 - 89 pages
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Page 49 - Stat. 351) ; the appropriation of $899,675,000 for emergency relief and public works, and the appropriation of $525,000,000 to meet the emergency and necessity for relief in stricken agricultural areas, contained in the Emergency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1935, approved June 19, 1934 (48 Stat.
Page 54 - Massachusetts 23 Michigan 24 Minnesota 25 Mississippi 26 Missouri 27 Montana 28 Nebraska 29 Nevada 30 New Hampshire 31 New Jersey 32 New Mexico 33 New York 34 North Carolina 35 North Dakota 36 Ohio 37 Oklahoma...
Page 43 - Wage-rate regions include the Following States: I. Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Illinois, Indiana, parts of Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, parts of Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming. II. Kansas, parts of Missouri, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, parts of Texas, West Virginia....
Page 41 - S. private corporation doing business in the state "to give employment in any way to an alien ineligible under the laws of the United States to become a citizen thereof, or to one who being eligible^ has failed, neglected, or refused to become a citizen or to declare his intention to become one."38 This was the first appearance of the "ineligible to citizenship" clause which was to be found in subsequent discriminatory legislation.
Page 56 - Public Assistance, Statistics for the United States," published by the Social Security Board, Bureau of Research and Statistics, Division of Public Assistance Research. Aid to dep dr indent chilen States with plans approved by the Social Security Old-age Aid to the Families Children 38. Oregon. _ 12, 063 1,010 2,310 420 40. Rhode" Island . ... 95 504 16 985 43 041 11 016 5,697 856 2,443 13,260 1 621 4 875 501 42.
Page 75 - Administration regulations." This amendment does not interfere with the granting of relief, does not earmark any funds, but simply protects conditions built up after years of effort by labor organizations. WILLIAM C. HUSHING, Chairman, American Federation of Labor Legislative Conference. GILBERT HYATT, Secretary. Charge AF of L. There is one short article here which I should like to read for the benefit of the committee : BUILDING TRADES UNIONS PROTEST TO MAYOR OP NEW YORK AGAINST WPA CONSTRUCTION...
Page 57 - ... reasons for the increase. Mr. KERR. Suppose you read it. General NEWCOMER. This general statement covers the operations of the railroad as a corporation. It does not stress particularly this administrative expense item. Mr. WIGGLESWORTH. Are you not going to tell us why you need this money and what you are going to do with it if you get it? General NEWCOMER. I would be glad to, if you do not care to have this general statement read. Mr. KERR. If you want to read it, we will hear you and if not,...
Page 79 - Any member of the crew, not required by this section to be a citizen of the United States, may be an alien only if he is in possession of a valid declaration of intention to become a citizen of the United States, or other evidence of legal admission to the United States for permanent residence.
Page 69 - Chan'man, given me, and earnestly beg that your committee refrain from writing into this relief bill any proviso such as was written into the seed loan bill by the House committee. Senator RUSSELL. I had inquired of the Senator from North Dakota why people continued to live in the areas where drouths had continued to recur from year to year. From his explanation I can understand why these people are loath to leave. It is very apparent that these people are confronted with a very serious problem,...

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