Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on the District of Columbia

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Juvenile Court of the District of Columbia November 20 1967 on S 2465 33
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Shackleton Mrs Polly nominee to be a member of the District of Colum
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Shipley Carl L chairman District of Columbia Republican Committee
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LETTERS REPORTS EXHIBITS CHARTS
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TESTIMONY
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Newspaper articles and editorialsContinued
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Thompson William S nominee as member of the District of Columbia
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Brooke Hon Edward W U S Senator from the State of Massachusetts 3
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Calomiris William president United Givers Fund 18
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Doggett Leonard B Jr president of the Metropolitan Washington
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Shipley Carl chairman Republican State Committee In and For the Dis
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Hand Andrew M chief judge of the District Court of Appeals 36
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bia City Council 112
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Miler Morris chief judge District of Columbia Juvenile Court 49
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Thompson William S nominee to be a member of the District of Colum
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Morer Thomas F Assistant Corporation Counsel District of Columbia 74
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Yeldell Joseph P nominee to be a member of the District of Columbia Council
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Capps Joyce attorney at law letter dated October 9 1967 to Chairman Bible endorsing nomination of William S Thompson 185
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Thurber John N president Department of Labor Lodge No 12 American
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Coleman Bernard F letter dated October 5 1967 to Chairman Bible
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C statement on behalf of J C Turner
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Coleman Bernard F letter dated October 9 1967 to Chairman Bible
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Powell John E president the Bar Association of the District of Columbia
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Turner Richard W claims attorney D C Transit System Inc letter
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Tobriner Hon Walter N President District of Columbia Board
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Feinberg Dr Richard 26
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Johnson Augustus C chairman Greater Washington Citizens for Clean
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Silver Dr Harold 46
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Asrael Stanley J president Alexandria Scrap Corp Alexandria Va 770
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Washington Gas Light Co
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Lee Robert W president and Leroy Adams business manager Road 183
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