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OF LABOR

BEFORE A

HEARINGS

SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE!!
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

UNITED STATES SENATE
SEVENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS

THIRD SESSION

PURSUANT TO
S. Res. 266

(74th Congress)

A RESOLUTION TO INVESTIGATE VIOLATIONS OF THE
RIGHT OF FREE SPEECH AND ASSEMBLY AND
INTERFERENCE WITH THE RIGHT OF
LABOR TO ORGANIZE AND BAR-

GAIN COLLECTIVELY

PART 71

SUPPLEMENTARY EXHIBITS

WESTERN GROWERS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION

FARMERS TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION
ASSOCIATED FARMERS OF MARICOPA COUNTY, INC.

MADERA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

FRESNO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
ASSOCIATED FARMERS OF TULARE COUNTY, INC.

(EXHIBITS 12901-13178)
WASHINGTON, D. C.

JULY 1, 1940

Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor

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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

ELBERT D. THOMAS, Utah, Chairman DAVID I. WALSH, Massachusetts

ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE, JR., Wisconsin JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana

JAMES J. DAVIS, Pennsylvania VIC DONAHEY, Ohio

ROBERT A. TAFT, Ohio RUSH D. HOLT, West Virginia

H, STYLES BRIDGES, New Hampshire
CLAUDE PEPPER, Florida
ALLEN J. ELLENDER, Louisiana
JOSH LEE, Oklahoma
LISTER HILL, Alabama

Earl B. WIXCEY, Clerk
W. ALAN THODY, Assistant Clerk

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SENATE RESOLUTION 266
ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE, JR., Wisconsin, Chairman

ELBERT D. THOMAS, Utah
DAVID I. WALSH, Massachusetts

HENRY H. FOWLER, Chief Counsel
DAVID D. LLOYD, Assistant Chief Counsel
DANIEL F. MARGOLIES, Associate Counsel

Nancy A. Haycock, Editor
Della C. Kessler, Assistant Editor
Agnes M. Fogelgren, A88istant Editor

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CONTENTS 1

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Western Growers Protective Association -------

26111

1. Articles of incorporation.---

26111

2. Financial statement of receipts and expenditures.--

26113

3. Membership lists and excerpts from minutes of meetings of board

of directors.---------

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26115

4. Labor relations program (correspondence)---

26149

5. Policy on financial support of Associated Farmers (correspond-

ence)------

26158

6. Formation of Imperial Valley Growers and Shippers Protective

Association, 1934 (correspondence)---

26159

7. Correspondence with Calexico Chronicle on Imperial Valley labor

relations, 1934.---

26167

8. Reports of undercover operatives in Imperial Valley -----

26170

9. Complaints against Golden Valley Produce Company on methods

of payments and advertising -------

26171

10. Financial support of Salinas strike fund.-----

26173

11. Support of antipicketing ordinance (correspondence)---

26174

12. Correspondence re Santa Maria Valley labor relations

26175

Farmers Transportation Association.-------

26181

1. Origin (correspondence)-------------

26181

2. Labor relations program (correspondence)------

26183

3. Published statements re purposes of organization....

26187

4. Form of membership agreement.--------

26193

5. Certification of truckdrivers and truck owners (correspondence) 26193

6. Reports of solicitor for truckdriver memberships

26197

7. Financial statements of receipts and expenditures-

26200

8. Support by Southern Californians, Inc. ----

26204

9. Solicitation of contributions -------

26207

10. Recommendations of personnel (correspondence)--

26210

11. Excerpts from minutes of meetings of board of directors of Im-

perial Hay Growers Association, Inc., 1933–39..

26216

12. Correspondence re Haas-Baruch incident ---

26221

13. Correspondence re Knudsen Trucking and Warehouse Company

incident.---

26222

14. Reports of manager's activities (correspondence)----

26223

Associated Farmers of Maricopa County, Inc.-----

26227

1. Membership..

26227

2. Solicitation of contributions and membership (correspondence)----- 26229

3. Correspondence indicating relationship with Associated Farmers of

the Pacific Coast and Associated Farmers of California, Inc.----- 26232

4. Expansion of organization (correspondence) ------

26235

5. Activity in Teamsters Union strike, June 1939 (correspondence and

newspaper articles)---

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6. Sworn statement of Western Truck Lines showing contributions to

Interstate Freight Carriers Conference and Merchants and

Manufacturers Association.-

26242

7. Correspondence re mass meeting of July 1939...-

26242

8. Attitude toward antipicketing measures (correspondence) --------- 26244

9. Two affidavits re intervention of Associated Farmers in picketing in

Phoenix, Ariz-----

26245

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