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TITLE II OF THE TRADE ACT OF 1974
THE OPERATION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE TRADE
ACT OF 1974
MARCH 31 AND APRIL 1, 1977
Printed for the use of the Committee on Ways and Means
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1977
COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS
JAMES A. BURKE, Massachusetts
BARBER B. CONABLE, Jr., New York
Joh N. M. MARTIN, Jr., Chief Counsel
SUBCOMMITTEE ON TRADE CHARLES A. WANIK, Ohio, Chairman
SAM M. GIBBONS, Florida . . .
'WILLIAM A. STEIGER, Wisconsin
ED JENKINS, Georgia
Allan, Donald M., Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
International Economic Policy Association, Samuel M. Rosenblatt.
New Hampshire, State of, Governor Meldrim Thomson, Jr.
Oswald, Rudolph, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Indus-
Puerto Rico, Commonwealth of, Donald M. Allan.
Richardson, Mark E., American Footwear Industries Association..
International Union, Leonard Woodcock, Leonard Page, and Helen
United Steelworkers of America, John Oshinski on behalf of John J.
Sheehan, and Arthur Sambuchi of Local 2603, Lackawanna, N.Y..-- 35
Page Cleveland, Hon. James C., a Representative in Congress from the State of New Hampshire, statement
187 DeLaney, Paul H., Jr., Washington, D.C., letter and enclosures
194 Finley, Murray, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO, statement...
191 Gundersheim, Art, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO, statement
191 Harsha, Hon. William H., a Representative in Congress from the State of Ohio, statement.--.
187 Hendershot, Tom
215 Ichord, Aon. Richard H., a Representative in Congress from the State eluea by Nick Mastrippolito, Trg statement of P. Mastrippolito & Sons, of Missouri, statement -
189 League of Women Voters of the United States, Ruth Robbins, statement.- 212 P. Mastrippolito & Sons, Inc., letter of Tom Hendershot enclosing statement by Nick Mastrippolito, Jr..
215 Robbins, Ruth, League of Women Voters of the United States, statement 212 Ruppe, Hon. Philip E., a Representative in Congress from the State of
189 Sheinkman, Jacob, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO, statement
191 Volume Footwear Retailers of America, Edward Atkins, letter------- 214
ZITOTEM walanna M L APPENDIX A voit T winstood tamnitarini TE Correspondence with firms seeking trade adjustment assistance
0 i vissant Algy Shoes, Inc., Ira Gerler..
TESTET 285 Andrew Pallack and Co., Inc., Andrew Pallack.. Ball and Chain West, Steuart B. Schneck..
Dia 268 Bernard Screen Printing Corp., Harold Schwartz
282 California Cobblers, Morton H. BroffmanCardozo Manufacturing Co., Inc., Max Cardozo. Cort Industries Corp., Charles Mailman.-
1289 Dame Belt & Bag Co., Inc., Jeffery Mehler 102
275 Deansgate, Inc., E. C. Daul Dell Knitwear, Inc., William Felman -11110 10 TITRE MIASTOTIS Edru Shoe, Inc., Craig S. Boyd and Rufus S. Gehris
280 Elfskin Corp., Robert A. Abeles.
TIRO 281 Glamorise Foundations, Inc., Richard N. Rosner.
HO 290 Go-Lightly Footwear, Inc., Norbert Winig-
TA 276 Green Ball Bearing Co., James A. Dever
CITOZAT Halco Industries, Inc., Harold Lipchik.
Jo 269 Jacoby-Bender, Inc., Irwin Rosen Losito Mushroom Corp., Samuel Losito ITTHON 270 Midwest Handbag Co. and Chester Laycob, Barry S. Schermer.
hot on 290 Otto Goedecke, Inc., Otto Goedecke. Penny Bag Corp., Michael Dubroff
--50278 Sbicca of California, Arthur Sbicca, Sr.
HOE 282 Vermont Marble Co., T. A. Hood.
TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE II OF THE TRADE ACT OF 1974
THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1977
House of REPRESENTATIVEs,
The subcommittee met 10:08 a.m., pursuant to notice, in the committee hearing room, Longworth House Office Building, Hon. Sam M. Gibbons presiding. Mr. GIBBoNs. The meeting will come to order. This is a hearing of the Subcommittee on Trade on adjustment assistance under the Trade Act of 1974. I welcome the representatives from the public who have come to testify today and tomorrow, and I also want to welcome my colleagues from the Congress who have come to talk to us about the adjustment assistance. The subcommittee will receive testimony on several bills introduced on several provisions of the worker assistance program; namely, to amend the present 1-year limit on retroactive applications for petitions, to extend benefit allowances an additional 26 weeks, and to amend the present Federal and State funding of the program. The subcommittee is particularly interested in hearing the views of labor, business, and other interested parties to these Government assistance programs. Through your help, we can consider possible changes in this law and the regulations to improve the effectiveness of these programs in achieving an orderly adjustment to import competition. Administration witnesses will be invited to testify at a later date. I hope that it will not be too much later. Because of the limited time available and to maximize the period for questions and discussion, we ask each witness to summarize his statement and restrict his presentation to not more than 5 minutes. The testimony of all witnesses will be printed in full in the hearing record, which will remain open for written statements through the close of business on Monday, April 4. Without objection, the press release announcing this hearing will be included in the printed hearing record. No objection being heard, it is so ordered.