Hearings Before Committee on Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives on Sundry Legislation Affecting the Naval Establishment, 1937-1938: Seventy-fifth Congress, First-[second and Third Session]s ...

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No 71 page 143 For the relief of Joseph Frank Schmidt H R 1905
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No 94 page 189 Hearing on H R 3608 to authorize the disposition of the former naval radio station property at St Augustine
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No 95 page 193 Hearing on H R 3607 to authorize the acceptance of certain lands in the city of San Diego Calif by the United States and the transfer...
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No 96 page 203 Hearing on H R 3598 authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to accept gifts and bequests for the benefit of the Office of Naval Recor...
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No 142 page 299 For the relief of George Russel Thorson H R 2658
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No 146 page 307 For the relief of Ray Funcannon H R 3001
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No 165 page 345 For the relief of Victor Oscar Gokey H R 634
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No 168 page 351 For the relief of Robert C Chaney H R 3652
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No 174 page 363 Providing for the advancement of Frederick L Caudle on the retired list of the United States Navy H R 2147
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No 175 page 365 For the relief of Raymond Henry MacDonald H R 1471
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No 181 page 377 To amend the act of May 25 1933 48 Stat 73 S 368
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No 177 page 369 For the relief of Charles A Wallace H R 2396
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No 179 page 373 To establish boards in the Navy and Marine Corps for hearing and passing upon petitions for correction of records of persons disc...
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No 180 page 375 Authorizing an appropriation for the development of a naval air base at Tongue Point Oreg H R 198
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No 182 page 379For the relief of Albert Ginsburg H R 2419
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No 184 page 383 For the relief of Bernard Joseph McDermott H R 2799
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No 187 page 389 For the relief of Donald Lee Hinshaw H R 3337
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No 200 page 415 For the relief of Joseph Mastine Keefe H R 3765
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No 209 page 433 For the relief of certain residents of the village of Warrington State of Florida H R 4295
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No 210 page 435 For the relief of Clyde F Chambers H R 4393
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No 212 page 439 Authorizing the construction of two lighterthanair craft and authorizing an appropriation therefor H R 2694
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No 215 page 445 For the relief of Denis Healy H R 2370
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No 224 page 463 Granting relief to American civilian employees of the Navy stationed in the Philippine Islands H R 259
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No 225 page 465 To provide for the admission of 50 Filipinos to the United States Naval Academy pending the consummation of the independence ...
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No 226 page 467 Providing for the construction of naval vessels and materials used therein in navy yards and providing further methods thereunder ...
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No 227 page 469 To authorize the establishment of a naval air station on San Francisco Bay Calif and for other purposes H R 6106
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No 231 page 477 For the relief of Jadie Coulter H R 2619
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No 37 page 75 For the relief of Joseph George Fimbel H R 536
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No 103 page 221 For the relief of Joseph Leroy Everett H R 537
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No 263 page 541 For the relief of Thomas Pulliam H R 4385
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No 268 page 551 For the relief of Deforest Loys Trautman H R 3109
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No 271 page 557 For the relief of Eugene J Ruhnke H R 5619
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No 273 page 561 For the relief of William J Deasy H R 5082
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No 104 page 223 For the relief of Arthur A Rohe H R 659
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No 105 page 225 For the relief of Harold Edward Rice H R 661
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No 39 page 79 For the relief of Homer P Cota H R 672
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No 106 page 227 For the relief of Lewis Marion Hall H R 678
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No 107 page 229 For the relief of Richard Tavlor H R 704
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No 14 page 27 For the relief of Max Dole Gilfillan H R 714
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No 52 page 105 For the relief of Charles Alexander Ritchie H R 524
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No 108 page 231 To correct the military record of Casimer F Brylski H R 883
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No 109 page 233 For the relief of Alfred A Wittek H R 888
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No 110 page 235 For the relief of Joseph Edward Zins H R 895
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No 18 page 35 For the relief of Robert William Morris H R 603
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No 111 page 237 For the relief of Tracey OBrien Potter H R 953
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No 112 page 239 For the relief of Harvey Hultz Verner H R 971
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No 113 page 241 For the relief of Forrest Mobley H R 1023
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No 58 page 117 For the relief of Carl Siele H R 1029
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No 114 page 243 For the relief of Jack L Welker H R 1104
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No 59 page 119 For the relief of James Madison H R 1183
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No 60 page 121 For the relief of Alexander Stanley Lazik H R 1259
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No 115 page 245 For the relief of Charles E Strouse H R 1261
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No 116 page 247For the relief of Frank L Noon H R 1262
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No 117 page 249 For the relief of Harry Schrader H R 1263
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