Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Post Office and Civil Service

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Biemiller Andrew J director department of legislation AFLCIO
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Vehicle Employees AFLCIO
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Text of S 2917
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Postal Rates Committee
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Magazine Publishers Association
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Green Richard D Washington representative SecondClass Mail Publica
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Harrison Marion Edwyn chairman Committee on Postal Matters
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Hechler Hon Ken a Representative in Congress from the State of West
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Anderson Hon John B a Representative in Congress from the State
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Hilliard Carey W president National Rural Letter Carriers Association
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Agrienltural Publishers Association
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American Association of Nurserymen
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Dilay Robert F president Direct Mail Advertising Association Inc
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Kiesewetter Charles R executive director of the Tuberculosis Health
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Conference of the United Statess
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Liang Yuan proprietor of Yuan Liang Marketing Service
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National Association of Advertising Publishers
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Locascio George vice president and general manager Abilities Inc
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Diahled American Veterans
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Palmquist Oscar E president National Council on Business Mail Inc
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National Federation of the Blind
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Graphic
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لا نعر
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National Society for Crippled Children Adults
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Photographic Society of America
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Post Card Manufacturers Association
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Rand McNally Co
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Readers Digest
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Record Industry Association of America
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Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
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STATEMENT
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Falkowski Walter T president Lodge 225 Picatinny Arsenal Dover N J 26
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Hill James D general counsel Air Traffic Control Association Inc
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Barr Joseph W Under Secretary Department of the Treasury accom
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Text of S 2333 2
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Wilson Henry T director FederalPublic Service Employee Division
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Gritta B A president Metal Trades Department AFLCIO 43
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Womack Henry president National League of Postmasters accompanied
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Womack Henry H president National League of Postmasters of
Boyd Hon Alan S Secretary Department of Transportation accom
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Cohen Wilbur J Acting Secretary Department of Health Education
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Griner John F national president American Federation of Government
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Weaver Hon Robert C Secretary Department of Housing and Urban
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Florida 2
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Pepper Hon Claude a Representative in Congress from the State
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Department of Transportation origin of major components a table 20
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AFLCIO accompanied by Don Dunn executive vice president 24
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Sims Royal L president AFGE National Council of Veterans Admin
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Hinden Ben legislative and legal staff National Federation of Federal
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McCart John operations director Government Employees Council 45
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Whitney Alan executive vice president National Association of Govern
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Bureau of the Budget 3
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Department of TransportationQuota supergrades a table 19
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Rhodes Kent vice president and director publishing services of
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Tull Kermitt I president Lodge 916 Tinker Air Force Base Oklahoma
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Distribution of supergrade spaces by operating agency as of February
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Exhibit A 34
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Macy John W Jr Chairman Civil Service Commission accompanied
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Text of S 1214 2
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Proposed bill submitted by John F Griner 20
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Federal hourly wage rates for selected areas agencies and jobs
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Letter dated May 2 1967 to Senators Wallace
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AFLCIO statement on the coordination of wage determination practices
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AFLCIO statement on wage board conduct of locality wage surveys
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Miller William E Senior Regulation Examiner Federal Maritime Com
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Projected accounting and auditing staffing for Defense reviews and audits
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Public laws that have had an effect on responsibilities assigned to
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Supergrade positions as a percentage of total paid employment 78
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Tobriner Walter N President Board of Commissioners District
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Classification of bills
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APPENDIXES
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A Official correspondence
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Gardner Hon John W Secretary of Health Education and Welfare
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Letters to Edwin A Riley Director Classification and Special Services
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Stran 541 - ... or at the place at which it is directed to be delivered by the person to whom it is addressed, any such matter or thing, shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
Stran 541 - ... shall knowingly take the same or cause the same to be taken from the mails for the purpose of circulating or disposing of or aiding in the circulation or disposition of the same, shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
Stran 570 - Hicklin. [L]ater decisions have rejected it and substituted this test: whether to the average person, applying contemporary community standards, the dominant theme of the material taken as a whole appeals to prurient interest.
Stran 577 - Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" ;and ''Sexual Behavior in the Human Female.
Stran 541 - ... shall not be conveyed in the mails nor delivered from any post office nor by any letter carrier, and shall be withdrawn from the mails under such regulations as the Postmaster General shall prescribe.
Stran 53 - Whoever shall knowingly conceal or inclose any matter of a higher class in that of a lower class, and deposit or cause the same to be deposited for conveyance by mail, at a less rate than would be charged for such higher class matter, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars.
Stran 16 - Thank you very much. Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, we appreciate very much the opportunity to express our views with reference to this proposed legislation.
Stran 458 - Civic leagues or organizations not organized for profit but operated exclusively for the promotion of social welfare...
Stran 213 - The newspapers, magazines and other journals of the country, it is safe to say, have shed and continue to shed, more light on the public and business affairs of the nation than any other instrumentality of publicity ; and since informed public opinion is the most potent of all restraints upon misgovernment, the suppression or abridgment of the publicity afforded by a free press cannot be regarded otherwise than with grave concern.
Stran 7 - Whoever for himself, or by his agents or assigns, mails or causes to be mailed any pandering advertisement which offers for sale matter which the addressee in his sole discretion believes to be erotically arousing or sexually provocative...

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