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nesday. No more executive meetings, except perhaps after the hearing on Wednesday, we might have a final executive meeting to draw up the final draft.
MR. BROGAN: What is the deadline for our proposal?
VICE-CHAIRMAN: Thursday night. The rules call for July 31.
MR. ST. CLAIR: Is there any possibility that the recommendations I have read in the papers will not be made?
VICE-CHAIRMAN: Oh, yes; this is a tentative draft. We are having a public hearing on Wednesday and the concluding meeting will be on Thursday.
MR. ST. CLAIR: My only interest, of course, is that I would like to attend that meeting, because I certainly want to see this thing worked out and I would do any amount of fighting.
VICE-CHAIRMAN: You are welcome on Wednesday, and I will see that Mrs. Miller sends you a copy of the proposed Article. In fact, everyone who has appeared should have one.
MR. McGRATH: The gentleman is on record and the shorthand stenographer is taking it down.
VICE-CHAIRMAN: Any further questions? We will recess until 2:00 o'clock.
(Recessed for lunch at 12:30 P. M.)
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