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PAT HARRISON, Mississippi, Chair man
WILLIAM H. KING, Utah

ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE, JR., Wisconsin
WALTER F. GEORGE, Georgia

ARTHUR CAPPER, Kansas
DAVID I. WALSH, Massachusetts

ARTHUR H. VANDENBERG, Michigan
ALBEN W. BARKLEY, Kentucky

JOHN G. TOWNSEND, JR., Delaware
TOM CONNALLY, Texas

JAMES J. DAVIS, Pennsylvania
JOSIAH W. BAILEY, North Carolina

HENRY CABOT LODGE, JR., Massachusetts
BENNETT CHAMP CLARK, Missouri
HARRY FLOOD BYRD, Virginia
PETER G. GERRY, Rhode Island
JOSEPH F. GUFFEY, Pennsylvania
PRENTISS M. BROWN, Michigan
CLYDE L. HERRING, Iowa

- EDWIN C. JOHNSON, Colorado

GEORGE L. RADCLIFFE, Maryland

FELTON M. JOHNSTON, Clerk

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Arnold, Jack, Birney, Mont., chairman, Farmers' and Stockmen's Com- Page
mittee Favoring Senate Ratification of Trade Treaties---

672
Baldwin, Mrs. Harris T., Washington, D. C., first vice president, Na-
tional League of Women Voters--

493

Besse, Arthur, New York City, president, National Association of Wool

Manufacturers..

418

Budd, B. C., Detroit, Mich., chairman, export committee, Automobile

Manufacturers Association..

265

Brock, J. Elmer, president, American National Livestock Association.. 211

Brown, Millard D., Philadelphia, Pa., representing Continental Mills,

Inc.n.

Brown, Russell D., Washington, D. C., representing Independent Petro-

leum Association of America.

621

Carr, Harry C., vice president and treasurer, Bayuk Cigars, Inc., Phila-
delphia, Pa..

489

Clayton, W. L., Houston, Tex., representing American Cotton Shippers

Association -

347

Connaughton, John H., Washington, D. C., representing the National

Association of Hot House Vegetable Growers; Vegetable Growers of

America -

473

Conover, Julian D., Washington, D. C., secretary, American Mining

Congress-

435

Coulter, John Lee, Washington, D. C., representing the National Asso-
ciation of Manufacturers.

362, 391

Dillingham, H. L., representing the American Glassware Association.

511

Dougherty, George, Frusburgh, Pa., representing the National Association

of Pressed and Blown Glassware

533

Eble, F. X. A., New York City, representing the Made In America Club. 315

Farwell, H. G., president, Overseas Automotive Club.--

509

Gaunt, Alfred C., president, Merrimac Mills, Methuen, Mass., chairman,

National Advisory Council of Independent Small Business

582

Goldsmith, Alan, New York City, N. Y., representing the Mead Corpora-

tion and the American Paper and Pulp Association.-

591

Grady, Hon. Henry F., Assistant Secretary of State.

103

Hackworth, Green H., legal adviser, Department of State-

728

Holman, Charles W., representing the National Cooperative Milk Pro-

ducers' Federation

679

Hull, Hon. Cordell, Secretary of State-

8

Hull, Hon. Merlin, Representative in Congress from the State of Wisconsin. 769

Johnston, Oscar, Scott, Miss., president, National Cotton Council of
America, Memphis, Tenn.-

351
Just, Evan, secretary, Tri-State Zinc and Lead Ore Producers Association. 459
Lerch, John G., New York City, representing Wool Hat Manufacturers'
Association of America, and other domestic interests.-

282

Marsh, Benjamin C., executive secretary, The People's Lobby, Washing-

ton, D. C.

470

Marshall, F. R., secretary, National Wool Growers Association.

251

Molitor, C. B. J., representing the North American Lace Co. of Philadel-

phia, Pa., and chairman, tariff committee, American Lace Manufacturers

Association.

306

Mollin, F. E., Denver, Colo., secretary, American National Livestock

Association

213

Monro, W. L., president, American Window Glass Co., Pittsburgh, Pa...- 659

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