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JOHNSTOWN CITIZENS' COMMITTEE—Continued
Appendix-Continued.
Exhibit 3787-F (Exhibit JCC-6). Correspondence related to “solicit-

ing funds for, or descriptive of the purposes and aims
of, or the services rendered by” the Johnstown Citi-
zens' Committee (a list of these documents appears on
pp.

7275–7329 Exhibit 3787-G (Exhibit JCC-7). A full-page advertisement from the

Johnstown, Pa., Democrat of June 17, 1937, signed
“Citizens Committee of Johnstown, headed “We Will
Keep Johnstown Safe for Johnstowners--We Will
Preserve Law and Order”; a full-page advertisement
from the same paper, similarly signed, dated June 16,
1937, headed "We Will Preserve Law and Order”; á
full-page advertisement from the Johnstown, Pa.,
Daily Tribune of June 24, 1937, signed by the Citizens'
Committee of Johnstown and by the Steel Workers'
Committee of the Citizens' Committee. (This adver-
tisement was also published nationally.) It
headed “We Protest"

73297331 Exhibit 3787-H (Exhibit JCC-8). A pamphlet credited to the Citi

zens' Committee Steel Workers' Committee, Johns-
town, Pa., dated July 2, 1937, headed "It Can't
Happen Here-It Did Happen Here-- It Can Happen
in Your Town as Shown by the Lesson of Johns-
town”.

7331-7333 Exhibit 3787-I (Exhibit JCC-9). Copies of radio speeches made under

the auspices of the Johnstown Citizens' Committee by:
Rev. John H. Stanton, on June 26, 1937-

7333 George Boyd, on June 25, 1937

7335 George Griffith, on June 25, 1937.

7335 Gordon Ross, on June 26, 1937.

7336 Fulton I. Connor, on June 29, 1937

7336 Rev. John H. Stanton, on June 29, 1937

7336 Francis Martin, on June 25, 1937.

7338 Rev. John H. Stanton, on June 27, 1937.

7341 Rev. John H. Stanton, on June 28, 1937

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JOHNSTOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Exhibit 3787-J (Exhibit JChC-10). A subpena, served on Lawrence

W. Campbell personally and as secretary of the Johns-
town Chamber of Commerce.

7344-7346 Exhibit 3787-K (Exhibit JChC-11). The bylaws of the Johnstown Chamber of Commerce.

7346-7350 Exhibit 3787-L (Exhibit JChC-12). The membership roster of the Johnstown Chamber of Commerce

7350–7356 Exhibit 3787-M (Exhibit JChC-13). Financial statements of the

Johnstown Chamber of Commerce covering the peri

ods:
May 1, 1933-May 1, 1934.

7356 May 1, 1934-May 1, 1935.

7357 December 31, 1935-December 31, 1936

7357 December 31, 1936-October 31, 1937

7358 Statement of cash receipts and disbursements of

Johnstown Chamber of Commerce for the fiscal
year ending December 31, 1935...

7359 A letter from “R. A. Gallagher and staff” to H. G.

Wilhelm, president of the Johnstown Chamber of
Commerce, dated May 11, 1936, reporting on an
audit of the books of the Chamber of Commerce
for the year ended December 31, 1935.-

7359 Exhibit 3787-N (Exhibit JChC-14). A letter from Lawrence W.

Campbell, as secretary of the Johnstown Chamber of
Commerce, to the committee, dated November 15,
1937, in response to committee subpenas..

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This hearing was the first in a series of hearings (pts. 16 et seq.) dealing with employer and industrial associations, citizens' committees, and similar societies. This series shows the relationship of these organizations to each other, their attitudes toward labor, their financial dependence on employers, and their activities in various localities in time of labor disputes.

VIOLATIONS OF FREE SPEECH AND RIGHTS OF LABOR

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1937

UNITED STATES SENATE, SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR,

Washington, D.C. The committee met, pursuant to call, at 10 a. m., in room 357, Senate Office Building, Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., presiding.

Present: Senators Robert M. La Follette, Jr. (chairman), and Elbert D. Thomas of Utah; and Robert Wohlforth, secretary to the committee.

Senator LA FOLLETTE. The committee will be in order.
Mr. Campbell.

TESTIMONY OF LAWRENCE W. CAMPBELL

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(The witness was sworn by Senator La Follette.) Senator LA FOLLETTE. Will you please state your full name and address?

Mr. CAMPBELL. Lawrence W. Campbell; 324 Market Street, Johnstown, Pa.

Senator LA FOLLETTE. Do you hold any official position in the Johnstown Chamber of Commerce ? ? Mr. CAMPBELL. Employed as the secretary, the managing director.

Senator La FOLLETTE. And do you hold any position with the Johnstown Citizens' Committee ? 3

Mr. CAMPBELL. I acted as secretary of that committee.

Senator La FOLLETTE. And did you hold any position or do you hold any position in the Citizens' National Committee?

Mr. CAMPBELL. I do not.
Senator LA FOLLETTE. Were you connected with it in any way?
Mr. CAMPBELL. For a very brief period.
Senator La FOLLETTE. What was your connection with it then?
Mr. CAMPBELL. Just a member of the committee.
Senator LA FOLLETTE. Of the executive committee?
Mr. CAMPBELL. There was only the one committee.
Senator La FOLLETTE. Only the one committee?
Mr. CAMPBELL. Yes, sir.

Senator La FOLLETTE. You are appearing here this morning in response to a subpena served on you personally and in your official capacities on October 11, 1937, and November 5, 1937, to produce documents and records called for by such subpena, are you not? See pt. 19 for further testimony of Lawrence W. Campbell. Hearings concerning the Johnstown Chamber of Commerce were resumed on Thursday, March 10, 1938, and appear in pt. 19;

Hearings concerning the Johnstown citizens' Committee were resumed on Thursday, Mare 1998 and appear in pt. 19.

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