N.J. Constitutional Convention: Vol. 4, Page 488

Thursday, July 24, 1947 (Afternoon session)

the questionnaire and speak for the Association in doing so. I am here merely as a spokesman.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: Any questions you would like to ask on the questionnaire?

Thank you very much; we appreciate your comment.

MR. McGRATH: I think we should say that this method of approach has been extremely different and I think it has been quite helpful. I think this was a very good job.

MR. TALLEY: Well, of course, I read the questions rather rapidly, and I think you should read them more carefully before you can really come to any conclusions; but we were extremely handicapped in having to rush this to a mimeograph place, get it out and put a time limit on replies, because I knew right along I had to be here on a given date, and I couldn't do much else.1 The questionnaire results appear in the Appendix to these Committee Proceedings.

VICE-CHAIRMAN: You have been very helpful and I thank you very much.

Mrs. Miller, will you please pass these drafts around to the various members of the Committee, and if any of you want one extra copy I think we will be able to give it to you.

We will meet again Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, and may I suggest that we meet immediately following the Convention session which should be over at about 10:30 or 11, for a short session of probably a few minutes. We will have our public hearing on Wednesday. We will probably meet Thursday; if not, we may be able to meet right after the public hearing.

(The session adjourned at 3:48 P. M.)

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