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SUBCOMMITTEE NO. 1 OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
HEARINGS HELD AT WASHINGTON, D. C.
MAY 19, 1948
Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR
FRED A. HARTLEY, JR., New Jersey, Chairman GERALD W. LANDIS, Indiana
JOHN LESINSKI, Michigan CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan
GRAHAM A. BARDEN, North Carolina EDWARD O. MCCOWEN, Ohio
AUGUSTINE B. KELLEY, Pennsylvania MAX SCHWABE, Missouri
0. C. FISHER, Texas SAMUEL K. MCCONNELL, JR., Pennsylvania ADAM C. POWELL, JR., New York RALPH W. GWINN, New York
JOHN S. WOOD, Georgia ELLSWORTH B. BUCK, New York
RAY J. MADDEN, Indiana WALTER E. BREHM, Ohio
ARTHUR G. KLEIN, New York WINT SMITH, Kansas
JOHN F. KENNEDY, Massachusetts CHARLES J. KERSTEN, Wisconsin
WINGATE H. LUCAS, Texas
W. MANLY SHEPPARD, Clerk
SUBCOMMITTEE No. 14MEASURES RELATING TO EDUCATION GENERALLY
EDWARD O. MCCOWEN, Ohio, Chairman GERALD W. LANDIS, Indiana
JOHN LESINSKI, Michigan MAX SCHWABE, Missouri
GRAHAM A. BARDEN, North Carolina RALPH W. GWINN, New York
ADAM C. POWELL, JR., New York WALTER E. BREHM, Ohio
JOHN F. KENNEDY, Massachusetts THOMAS L. OWENS, Illinois CARROLL D. KEARNS, Pennsylvania
FRANK S. MCARTHUR, Professional Staff
LIST OF WITNESSES
Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y---- 166–179
Elder, Arthur A., director, Workers Educational Service, University of
52–60, 80–90, 298–305
Keller, J. O., assistant to the president, Pennsylvania State College,
Starr, Mark, educational director, International Ladies' Garment Work-
Verdier, Harry H., Jr., executive secretary, Philadelphia Foremen's Club;
executive secretary, Eastern Pennsylvania Foreman's Clubs Association;
and industrial secretary, YMCA of Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa--- 202–208
125, 126, 127
Testimony on S. 1390, before Senate subcommittee, excerpt from--- 14-15
American Council on Education, Washington, D. C., letter to Hon. Fred A.
American Federation of Labor :
Resolution No. 63, on Labor Extension Service, adopted at 1947 con-
Statement of Thomas G. Walters in behalf of Government Employes
Antiunion movie, complaint relative to showing of..
Economics of Inflation (UAW-CIO pamphlet).
Executive's Labor Letter, entitled “The Labor Trend”.
Knickerbocker Press [Albany, N. Y], entitled “Union Stewards
Get University Training on Company's Time":
Steel, entitled “Training Labor Leaders”.
Berdecia, Fernando Sierra, Commission of Labor, Puerto Rico, letter to
House Committee on Education and Labor--
Borchardt, Selma, statement and testimony of -
Bradley, Phillips, director, Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations,
University of Illinois, letter to Hon. Fred A. Hartley, Jr.-
Brooks, Earl, statement and testimony of-----
Article from Knickerbocker Press [Albany, N. Y.] entitled “Union
Stewards ... Get University Training on Company's Time”--- 177–178
Comments of labor-union officials who have attended extension classes
Editorial in Elmira Star-Gazette entitled "Labor and Management
Will Profit by Study”.
Letter to Dean Martin P. Catherwood, from Robert N. Denham, general
counsel, National Labor Relations Board---
Number of registrations, New York State School of Industrial Rela-
tions, September 1946–March 1948..
Brown, Harvey W., president, International Association of Machinists,
Catherwood, Dean Martin P., of New York State School of Industrial and
Labor Relations, letter from Robert N. Denham, general counsel, Na-
Christman, Elisabeth, secretary-treasurer, National Women's Trade Union
League of America, statement of ---
Coit, Eleanor G., statement and testimony of-
Comment by Hilda W. Smith relative to "1931,” a play by Paul and Claire
Comments of labor-union officials who have attended extension classes at
Communications Workers of America :
Connors, John D., statement and testimony of---
Washington Post, entitled “Labor Education”.
Testimony on S. 1390 by Senators Vandenberg, Aiken, Ives, Thomas,