President's 1961 Tax Recommendations: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Eighty-seventh Congress, First Session, on the Tax Recommendations of the President Contained in His Message Transmitted to the Congress, April 20, 1961, Bagian 3

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Kaplan Sam executive vice president and treasurer Zenith Radio Corp
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Association of Casualty Surety Cos Robert N Gilmore Jr general
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Kossman S E chairman committee on governmental relations National
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Gaffney Robert B
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Association of Stock Exchange Firms Robert A Podesta member board
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Selected data for U S direct investments abroad 195759 and value
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Reciprocal InterInsurers Federal Tax Committee L J Desmond
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AxeTempleton Growth Fund of Canada Ltd John T Sapienza state
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Northwest Independent Dairies Association Inc L Allen Wuethrich
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Kauffman George W National Association of Wholesalers 1452
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King Joseph T chairman Small Business Tax Conference 1444
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Appendix A Number of individual income tax returns with
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American Association of Retired Persons Dr Ethel Percy Andrus
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STABILITY OF MUTUAL TAXES VALUABLE TO GOVERNMENT
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Letter dated June 9 1961 to Congressman Mills on taxation of foreign
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ALLSTATES EXTREME PROSPERITY DIS PROVES ITS CLAIM
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AND NECESSARY SURPLUS INCREASES
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Cosmopolitan Mutual Insurance Co of New York Emanuel Morgenbesser
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Brinkley Homer L executive vice president National Council of Farmer
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Davis Hon Clifford a Representative in Congress from the State
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Georgia Savings Trust Co R E Gormley vice president statement
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American Council on Education John Meck 2514
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Roth Irving Director Bureau of Economic Regulations Civil Aeronautics
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Brannon Charles general counsel National Farmers Union 21 21
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Bureau of Salesmans National Associations David J Schwartz assistant
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New York Clearing House Association John Millikin 2528
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United States Savings Loan League on withholding of tax on dividends
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Burger George J vice president National Federation of Independent
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Meck John American Council on Education
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Nolin Joseph H American Hotel Association 1215
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Mork Philip 0 executive vice president Wisconsin Retail Lumber
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Johnson Hon Edwin C National Conference for Repeal of Taxes
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Rumble Wilfrid E Farmers Union Central Exchange Farmers Union
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Pidot George B Shearman Sterling New York City 3046
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Thompson H L Jr vice president National Wholesale Hardware
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Ellis Charles Independent Plant Food Manufacturers Association
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Manufacturers Association of the City of Bridgeport Conn Carroll
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Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation Colin F Stam chief
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American Association of Small Business J 5 Henderson national man
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Poff Hon Richard H a Representative in Congress from the State
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Chase Manhattan Bank memorandum on taxing foreign income
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Treasury Department of the Hon C Douglas Dillon Secretary 20 309 361
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Naess Erling D president Naess Shipping Co Inc
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Ingmire Charles C Co Inc Indiana Pa R J Price executive vice
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Lindsay Hugh T Farm Equipment Wholesalers Association 1455
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Gormley R E vice president Georgia Savings Trust Co statement
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National Association of Tobacco Distributors William B Poinsett
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International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers Thomas W Lefevre
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Willys Motors Inc Thomas N Tarleau supplemental statement on tax
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Steele W T Jr general manager Southern States Cooperative Inc
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Eastern Federation of Feed Merchants Sherburne N Y statement
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Chamber of Commerce of St Croix Virgin Islands Richard B Barker 3316
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National Retail Merchants Association John F Wood chairman
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Gosnell John A general counsel National Small Business Mens Associa
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Cowden Howard A president Consumers Cooperative Association letter
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Hickey William J Jr letter dated May 17 1961 to Hon Jessica McC Weis a Representative in Congress from the state of New York on
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Williamson John C counsel National Association of Real Estate Boards 1043
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Main State Bank L Shirley Tark executive officer 2346
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Howard J president Michigan National Bank
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Choate Joseph E secretary National Association of Engine and Boat
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Jensen Wallace M member taxation committee Chamber of Commerce
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Cruger Frank M president National Small Business Mens Association
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Smith Paul L member committee on taxation Manufacturers Asso
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American Retail Federation William C McCamant director of trade
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Miller Ed S general president Hotel Restaurant Employees Bar tenders internationalUnion Statement on expense accounts 1692
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Tegen A F president General Public Utilities Corp
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Christophersen S R executive vice president Smaller Business of Ameri
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Schafer Joseph certified public accountant letter dated June 9 1961
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