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LAW LIBRARY
U.S. GOVT. DOCS. DEP.

COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE

LISTER HILL, Alabama, Chairman WAYNE MORSE, Oregon

JACOB K. JAVITS, New York RALPH YARBOROUGH, Texas

WINSTON L. PROUTY, Vermont JOSEPH S. CLARK, Pennsylvania

PETER H. DOMINICK, Colorado JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia GEORGE MURPHY, California HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey PAUL J. FANNIN, Arizona CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island

ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin ROBERT F. KENNEDY, New York

STEWART E. MCCLURE, Chief Clerk

JOHN S. FORSYTHE, General Counsel
JOHN BRUFF, Counsel to the Subcommittee on Labor

STEPHEN KURZMAN, Minority Counsel

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF WITNESSES

JULY 27, 1966

Hon. W. Willard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor; accompanied by James J.

Reynolds, Assistant Secretary for Labor-Management Relations; Cecil

Mackey, Director, Office of Transportation Policy, Department of Com-

merce; and William J. Hartigan, Assistant Postmaster General, Bureau

of Transportation and international services.--.

1

William J. Curtin, chairman of the five airline carriers negotiating commit-

tee; accompanied by Richard C. Hotvedt, attorney at law, Washington,

D.C.

48

P. L. Siemiller, international president, International Association of Ma-

chinists & Aerospace Workers----

70

JULY 28, 1966

Hon. Wayne Morse, a U.S. Senator from the State of Oregon.-

123

STATEMENTS

Curtin, William J., chairman of the five airline carriers negotiating com-

mittee; accompanied by Richard C. Hotvedt, attorney at law, Washing-

ton, D.C..

48

Haffer, Louis P., executive vice president and cow

ouncil, Air Freight For-

warders Association, prepared statement-

93

Hartigan, William J., Assistant Postmaster General, Bureau of Transpor-

tation and International Services, prepared statement -

13

Morse, Hon. Wayne, a U.S. Senator from the State of Oregon, with a report

to the President.

123

Siemiller, P. L., international president, International Association of Ma-

chinists & Aerospace Workers, with attachments ---

70

Wirtz

, Hon. W. Willard, Secretary of Labor; accompanied by James J.

Reynolds, Assistant Secretary for Labor-Management Relations; Cecil

Mackey, Director, Office of Transportation Policy, Department of Com-

merce; and William J. Hartigan, Assistant Postmaster General, Bureau

of Transportation and International Services

Prepared statement ---

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Articles submitted from various newspapers 73, 74, 98, 99, 104, 105, 109-120

Congressmen whose remarks relating to the airline strike have appeared

in the Congressional Record.

53

Correspondence submitted by Senator Fong-

98,

99, 102, 103, 107-109, 120, 121

Editorials entitled:

"Politics Versus Public Interest," from the New York Times, July 28,

1966.

168

"Woodshed, But No Emergency,” from the Washington Post, July 28,

1966.

167

Employees' exhibit regarding appointment of Presidential Emergency

Board...

181

Excerpt of Senator Fong from the Congressional Record, July 15, 1966 101

Letters from:

Hammond, Harold F., Transportation Association of America, to

Senator Hill

, dated July 27, 1966.-

94

Senator Fong to Senator Hill, dated July 27, 1966-

97

Report to the President by the Emergency Board No. 166.--

125

Route maps of airlines indicating routes and cities not being served as rosult

of strike.

56

Transportation Association of America, board of directors of.

94

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