Military Construction Appropriations for 1962: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-seventh Congress, First Session, Volume 21, Part 1
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961
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Page 259 - Mr. Colin F. Stam, chief of staff, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation.
Page 291 - It is estimated that $3,960,000 will be required in the fiscal year 1970 for approximately 120,000 pages. 3. Miscellaneous Printing and Binding. — This item includes letterheads, envelopes, blank paper, copy paper, notices, tags, labels, payrolls, blank books, stenographic notebooks, tablets, wall calendars, miscellaneous blank forms, and binding for both Houses. The expenditures through...
Page 287 - It is a pleasure for me to have this opportunity to appear before you and speak about the Cuban refugee program.
Page 102 - This facility provides services and supplies to aviation activities of our operating forces in the area and, in particular, to the Marine air units which directly support the 3d Marine Division on Okinawa.
Page 262 - For the purchase, exchange, driving, maintenance, repair, and operation of an automobile for the majority leader of the House, $6,500.
Page 549 - Amounts expended by the Canal Zone Government for furnishing education, and hospital and medical care to employees of agencies of the United States and their dependents, other than the Panama Canal Company and Canal Zone Government, less amounts payable by such employees and their dependents hereafter shall, notwithstanding any other provision of law, be fully reimbursable to the Canal Zone Government by such agencies. The appropriation or fund of any such other agency bearing the cost of the compensation...
Page 292 - ... franks. 6. House and Senate Committee and Business Calendars. — This heading covers the printing of all House and Senate committee calendars which list the action of the various committees on pending and completed legislation. The House and Senate business calendars are also included in this item. The...
Page 14 - Mr. STEED. Dr. Alford, do you have any questions? Mr. ALFORD. Mr. Chairman, I have no questions, but I would like to express myself and my opinion in favor of the program as outlined by the Librarian relative to the services that the Library can afford with money that we have overseas in other currency. I think this would be of great value to scholars in this country. I have special interest in scientific materials and know of its value. I believe this was cut from your request the last time. I should...