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JANUARY 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, AND FEBRUARY 3, 4, 5, AND 6, 1936

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KENT E. KELLER, Illinois, Chairman ROBERT RAMSPECK, Georgia

RICHARD J. WELCH, California REUBEN T. WOOD, Missouri

VITO MARCANTONIO, New York ERNEST LUNDEEN, Minnesota GEORGE J. SCHNEIDER, Wisconsin

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CONTENTS

Page

Hon. Henry Ellenbogen, Member of Congress from the State of Penn-

sylvania...

15

C. C. Gilbert, secretary, Southern States Industrial Council

31

Francis J. Gorman, vice president, United Textile Workers of America - 41, 723

Thomas McMahon, president, United Textile Workers of America ---

51

L. Metcalfe Walling, representing Hon. Theodore Francis Greene, Gov-

ernor of the State of Rhode Island..

89

John W. Nickerson, in behalf of Governor Cross, of Connecticut, repre-

senting the Textile Manufacturers of Connecticut..

94

Hon. William J. Fitzgerald, Deputy Labor Commissioner of Connecticut,

in behalf of Governor Cross, of Connecticut, representing labor.--. 137

Hon. Joseph L. Hurley, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Massachusetts 147

Harold Daust, president, Massachusetts Textile Council...-

John A. Peel, vice president, United Textile Workers of America -

161

Walter C. Taylor, technical adviser, National Textile Labor Relations

Board

181, 644

William F. Kelley, of Philadelphia -

186

Thomas A. Lawlor, president, Carpet and Rug Federation.

195

Rolla L. Wallace, of the Carpet and Rug Federation.--

197

H. D. Lisk, Concord, N. Č., representing United Textile Workers' of

America.

200, 764

J. Warren Madden, chairman, National Labor Relations Board.

209

Emil Rieve, president, American Federation of Hosiery Workers, Phila-

delphia

218

William M. Leader, president, Philadelphia Branch, No. 1, American Fed-

eration of Hosiery Workers--

230

Henry Jennings, president, Woolen and Worsted Federation of America 238

Anthony Valente, secretary-treasurer, Woolen and Worsted Federation of

America..

242

Joseph Burge, representing Hosiery Workers of Philadelphia -

244

Miss Helen Herman, representing Women Workers in the Textile Industry 248

Hon. H. B. Fulmer, Member of Congress from the State of South Caro-

lina..

250

George Taylor, vice president, Woolen and Worsted Federation of

America.

252

Paul R. Christopher, vice president, North Carolina State Federation of

Labor.

260

T. F. Moore, president, Local No. 1221, United Textile Workers of

America, Mooresville, N. C...

266

Ed. Christenbury, of Mooresville, N. C.

269

L. James Johnson, of Bath, S. C.

273

Joseph R. White, vice president, United Textile Workers of America - 282

William E. G. Batty, secretary, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Textile

Council.

291

Mrs. E. L. Best, Womens Bureau, Department of Labor.

295

Miss Katherine F. Lenroot, Chief of the Children's Bureau, Department

of Lahor.--

298

S. P. Meadows, National Legislative Representative, American Federa-

tion of Labor.--

302

A. F. Hinrichs, Chief Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

302

Frank Schweitzer, general secretary, American Federation of Silk Workers. 308

Miss Elizabeth Nord, representing United Textile Workers--

313

Horace A. Riviere, vice president of the New England District of the

United Textile Workers of America ..

316

J. A. Frier, representing United Textile Workers of America

330

Albert R. Woodard, president, United Synthetic Yarn Workers.

334

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