Railroad Retirement Legislation: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, Second Session ...

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Considers legislation increasing railroad employee and employee dependent annuities and revising the eligibility and dual pension requirements for annuities.

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Page 110 - Hemingway in his beliefs that "he travels the fastest that travels alone" and that "the female of the species is more deadly than the male"; and Hemingway seems to reflect Kipling in the submissive infra-AngloSaxon women that make his heroes such perfect mistresses.
Page 7 - If there is no person who would be entitled, upon application therefor, to an annuity under section 5 of the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, or to a lumpsum payment under subsection (f) (1) of...
Page 7 - Generally, 10 years of railroad service and a current connection with the railroad industry are required.
Page 61 - That any such acquisition of real property shall not deprive any State or political subdivision thereof of its civil or criminal jurisdiction in and over such property or impair the civil rights under the State or local laws of the inhabitants on such property...
Page 107 - That where service in the period 1924-31 in the one case, or in the period September 1940 to August 1941 in the other case, is, in the judgment of the Board, insufficient to constitute a fair and equitable basis for determining the amount of compensation paid or attributable as...
Page 30 - To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide for the payment of annuities thereunder to children over eighteen and under twenty-two who are full-time students.
Page 95 - I thank you and the members of this committee for the opportunity to appear and testify concerning my bill, HR 3612, to amend the Railroad Retirement Act and related bills.
Page 107 - That in computing the compensation paid to any employee, no part of any month's compensation in excess of $300 for any month before July 1, 1954, or in excess of $350 for any month after June 30, 1954...
Page 141 - I do not want to take any more of the committee's time on this point.
Page 42 - The Bureau of the Budget has advised that it has no objection to the submission of this report. Sincerely yours, Ross RIZLEY, Chairman.

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