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CONTENTS

LIST OF WITNESSES

Page

Archer, Ward, contractor for musicians at Earl Carroll's Restaurant.--- 3–20

Bagley, C. L., vice president, American Federation of Musicians--- 362–371
Baker, Warren David, member of board of directors, Musicians Mutual Pro-
tective Association, local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif.

357-362

Bale, Florine Crawford, national representative, western division, Amer-

ican Guild of Variety Artists--

20–23

Beaute, Christopher A., studio manager, Motion Picture Center Studios-- 102-106

Boren, Charles, vice president, Motion Picture Producers Association, Los

Angeles, Calif-

4684475

Boyd, John M., trustee, local No. 47, American Federation of Musicians,

Los Angeles, Calif..

392–397

Butler, Marvin, musician, Earl Carroll Theater_.

157-158

Carroll, Earl, proprietor, Earl Carroll Theater-Restaurant_-

160–167

Casey, Pat, representative of Motion Picture Producers Association----- 72–75

Chadwick, Isaac E., president, Independent Motion Picture Producers Asso-

ciation, Los Angeles, Calif__

75–79

Cooper, Carl G., business representative, Stage Employees Union, local
No. 33, Los Angeles, Calif. ; international vice president, IATSE.

49–60

Costello, Dorothy June, dancer, Earl Carroll Theater-

84

Costello, Ruth, dancer, Earl Carroll Theater--

85

Cragin, Velma, showgirl, Earl Carroll Theater-

87-88

Darstein, Herman A., business manager, Pine Thomas Productions_- 106-109

Dew, Virginia, singer, Earl Carroll Theater----

91

Dickinson, Richard H., member, board of directors, local No. 47, Los Angeles,

371-377

Dodson, Claire, singer, Earl Carroll Theater.

92-93

Donnell, Jeannette, showgirl, Earl Carroll Theater.

91-92

Faris, Marvin L., executive assistant to president, Society of Independent
Motion Picture Producers, Los Angeles, Calif_.

490–491
Fischer, Phillip, radio representative for Musicians Mutual Protective Asso-
ciation, local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif_-

554-559

Fishman, Edward I., orchestra booking agent--

114-123

Green, H. C., board member, Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local

No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif_

397-400

Guffin, Virgil, musician, Earl Carroll Theater.

150–154

Jennings, George, director of radio for Chicago public schools, Chi-

cago, Ill.

263-267

Katz, David, attorney and member of the board of directors, local No. 10,

Chicago Federation of Musicians, Chicago, Ill._-

346-347

Klein, David, musician, former contractor at Earl Carroll Theater. 93-102
Lima, Mrs. Caryl, wardrobe mistress, Earl Carroll Theater-

43-47
Long, Harry, assistant to Earl Carroll-

167-172
MacQuarrie, Hector Cameron Lee, assistant to president, Musicians Mutual
Protective Association, local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif.

24-23

Mason, Dr. Verne R., Los Angeles, Calif..

419

Menhennick, Ray, musician, Los Angeles, Calif_

524-528
Meyer, Al C., treasurer, Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local No.
47, A. F. of M., Los Angeles, Calif..

529-535

Meyer, Fred S., studio executive, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., Los

Angeles, Calif.

475–481

Nassour, Edward, owner of Nassour Studios_-

82-83
Nederlander, David T., of Shubert Lafayette Theater, Detroit, Mich_- 219-221
Nelson, Rosemary, showgirl, Earl Carroll Theater

89-90

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Nuveen. John, Jr., president, Chicago Sunday Evening Club -

217-219
O'Rourke, Anthony J., chairman, labor advisory Committee, Society of
Independent Motion Picture Producers---

481-489

Paul, Maury, director, Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local No.

47, Los Angeles, Calif..

423–446

Peel, Constance Hallette, showgirl, Earl Carroll Theater-

88–89
Pendleton, Frank D., recording secretary, local No. 47, American Federa-
tion of Musicians, Los Angeles, Calif..

355 356
Petrillo, James C., president, American Federation of Musicians; presi-
dent, Chicago Federation of Musicians.--

178_216,

221–247, 249–250, 254–263, 267–283, 290_344

Reed, Edward F., business agent, Musicians Mutual Protective Association,

local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif..

60–65

Riccardi, Rex, assistant to the president, American Federation of Musi-
cians.

248–254

Richey, Helen Jean, skater, Earl Carroll Theater.

85-86

Roth, Henry, musician, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Los Angeles,

Calif.

515-524

Schwartzwald, Milton, general musical director, Universal International

Pictures, Los Angeles, Calif...

492

496

Soble, Lee, booking agent, Los Angeles, Calif..

401-405
Steele, Fred, studio manager, Monogram Productions, Inc.

109-114
Strand, Manny, orchestra director, Earl Carroll Theater-

158-160
te Groen, John, vice president, Musicians Mutual Protective Association,
local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif..

139_149
Thompson, James C., operator of Chicago Opera House and Civic Theater,
Chicago, Ill_-

284-289
Van Schoor, Pamela, showgirl, Earl Carroll Theater

90
Wallace, Beryl, leading lady, Earl Carroll Theater-

86–87
Weiss, Lewis Allen, chairman, board of directors, Mutual Broadcasting

System; vice president and general manager, Don Lee Broadcasting
System, Los Angeles, Calif.

536–554

Williams, Rene, violinist, Earl Carroll Theater_.

154-157

Young, Raymond, manager of personnel and labor relations, Eagle-Lion

Studios---

80_82

Zorn, Burton A., attorney, New York, N. Y.

503–509

INDEX

American Federation of Musicians-

Page

Basic contract form for motion-picture producers, effective April 1,

1946.

313

Contract with members of Society of Independent Motion Picture

Producers---

483

Excerpt from bylaws relative to duties of officers and organizers--

555

Excerpt from contract with major motion-picture producers limiting

reuse of sound tracks_

232

Excerpts from constitution and bylaws relative to discipline_- 332, 333

Letter to locals of, asking for information relative to broadcasts by

school bands and orchestras_-

242

License issued to Ed Fishman---

117
Letters and telegrams relative to issuance, revocation, and restora-

tion of Fishman license_ 119, 120, 121, 124, 125, 131, 132, 135, 137

Partial list of schools given permission to make recordings-

252

Paragraphs 9, 13, and 14 of demands relative to television restrictions-- 504
Petrillo's report to, relative to amount of royalty expected from
recordings, excerpt from.-

191

Sound-track regulations, paragraphs 40_43 of 1944 contract--

506

Telegram to Dr. Cooper re veto on recordings of international festival

school music...

256

Article IV, constitution and bylaws, Musicians Mutual Protective Associa-

tion, local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif., excerpt from, relative to 2 weeks'

notice.-

11

Archer, Ward, testimony of.--

3–20, 173

Page

Bagley, C. L., testimony of

362–371, 405–413, 460–468, 560-562

Letter from James C. Petrillo re restoration of Lee Soble's booking

license...

406

Baker, Warren David, testimony of.

357-362

Bale, Florine Crawford, testimony of..

20-23

Basic agreement-A. F. of M. contract form for motion-picture producers,

effective April 1, 1946-

313

Beaute, Christopher A., testimony of_-.

102-106
Boren, Charles, testimony oi..

468-475
Letter to Irving McCann, giving list of major motion-picture producers
having contracts with American Federation of Musicians..

232

Boyd, John M., testimony of

392–397

Butler, Marvin, testimony of_

157-158

Carroll, Earl, testimony of_

160–167, 456

Contract of August 5, 1947, with Musicians Mutual Protective Associa-

tion, local No. 47.---

455

Letter from

Local No. 33, IATSE, re work stoppage on May 27, 1947, and

answering letter--

32

Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local No. 47, giving
notice of new wage scales effective March 4, 1947---

25
Letter to Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local No. 47, re
anticipated strike of May 27, 1947-.

62-63
Casey, Pat, testimony of_

72-75
Certificates of Dr. V. R. Mason re illness of J. K. Wallace_

145, 354, 420
Chadwick, Isaac E., testimony of..

75–79, 497-503
Chicago Federation of Musicians, local No. 10, A. F. of M., theater wage
scales, rules, and regulations, season 1946–47-

297

Committee report---

563

Constitution and bylaws of A. F. of M., excerpts from, re discipline---- 332, 333

Constitution and bylaws of local No. 47, excerpts from, relative to making

and filing of contracts----

436, 437

Contract between Earl Carroll and Musicians Mutual Protective Associa-

tion, local No. 47, effective August 5, 1947-

455

Contract between American Federation of Musicians and major motion-

picture producers, limiting reuse of sound tracks, excerpt from, and list
of producers having such contracts----

232

Contract between members of Society of Independent Motion Picture Pro-

ducers and American Federation of Musicians.-

483

Section I of above contract--

459, 464

Contract form-basic agreement between American Federation of Musi-
cians and motion-picture producers, effective April 1, 1946-

313

Cooper, Carl, testimony of_.

49–60

Costello, Dorothy June, testimony of_

84

Costello, Ruth, testimony of_-

85

Cragin, Velma, testimony of_

87-88

Darstein, Herman A., testimony of_-

106-109

Demands of A. F. of M. relative to television restrictions, paragraphs 9,

13, and 14._

504

Dew, Virginia, testimony of_

91
Dickinson, Richard H., testimony of

371-377
Dodson, Claire, testimony of_--

92-93
Donnell, Jeannette, testimony of_

91-92
Excerpts from-

Article IV, constitution and bylaws, Musicians Mutual Protective Asso-

ciation, local No. 47, Los Angeles, Calif., relative to 2 weeks' notice_ 11

Bylaws of American Federation of Musicians relative to duties of offi-

cers and organizers_

555

Contract between American Federation of Musicians and major mo-
tion-picture producers limiting reuse of sound tracks__

232
Constitution and bylaws of local No. 47 relative to making and filing
of contracts.--

436, 437
Constitution and bylaws of A. F. of M. re discipline of members--- 332, 333
Minutes of board of directors' meeting, local No. 47, re Soble license_ 447
Petrillo's report to A. F. of M. convention re amount of royalty ex-
pected from recordings---

191

Page

Faris, Marvin L., testimony of.

490-491
Fischer, Phillip, testimony of_

554-559
Letter to Don Lee Broadcasting System relative to musicians not
playing for television--

543

Fishman, Edward I., testimony of_

114–123, 126, 138-139

Letters and telegrams relative to-

Issuance, revocation, and reinstatement of booking license_

119,

120, 121, 123, 124, 125, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136, 137, 149

Settlement of Mason controversy -

123, 130, 131, 132

License issued by American Federation of Musicians_

117

Letter from A. F. of M. re cancellation of license

119

Green, H. C., testimony of_

397-400

Guffin, Virgil, testimony of..

150–154

Hartley, Hon. Fred A., Jr., chairman of House Committee on Education

and Labor, statements relative to purpose of hearing-

At Los Angeles---

351

At Washington---

175

On jurisdictional strikes in Hollywood.

553

House Resolution 111------

Interim report of subcommittee

563

Jennings, George, testimony of..

263–267

Katz, David, testimony of..

346-347

Kearns, Hon. Carroll B., chairman of the special subcommittee, state-

ments relative to purpose of hearing-

At Los Angeles.-

2-3, 352

At Washington----

176

Klein, David, testimony of----

93–102
Letters and telegrams from Edward I. Fisherman, re settlement of Sully
Mason account---

129, 130, 131, 132
Letters to-

C. L. Bagley, from James C. Petrillo, re restoration of Le Soble's book-
ing licensed

406
Earl Carroll, from local No. 33, IATSE, re work stoppage on May
27, 1947, and answer.

32
Earl Carroll, from Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local No.

47, giving notice of new wage scales in his theater-restaurant, effec-
tive March 4, 1947-

25
Don Lee Broadcasting System, from local No. 47, A. F. of M., relative
to musicians not playing for television --

543
Edward I. Fishman, from John to Groen, re reinstatement of license_- 149
Ed Fishman, from American Federation of Musicians, re cancellation
of license

119
Local No. 33, IATSE, from Earl Carroll, in answer to local's letter
re work stoppage on May 27, 1917---

32

Locals of A. F. of M. asking for information relative to broadcasts by

school bands and orchestras.

242

Irving G. McCann, from Charles Boren, giving list of major motion-

picture producers having contracts with American Federation of

Musicians.

232, 458

Irving G. McCann, from Society of Independent Motion Picture Pro-

ducers re contract between members of society and American Federa-

tion of Musicians_-

459

Musicians Mutual Protective Association, local No. 47, from Earl
Carroll, re anticipated strike of May 27, 1947------

62-63
F. D. Pendleton, from James C. Petrillo, re issuance, termination, and
restoration of license of Ed Fishman.-

124

President of Mutual Broadcasting System, from James C. Petrillo,

relative to radio stations not employing musicians.-

542

Recording companies, from James C. Petrillo, re expiration of license

on July 31, 1942_

183

John te Groen, from Lee Soble, re cancellation of booking license_

404
John te Groen, from Edward I. Fishman, re settlement of account with
Sully Mason -

123
Lee Soble, from James C. Petrillo, re revocation of booking license_- 403
License issued to Ed Fishman by American Federation of Musicians.

117
Letter re cancellation of license_--.

119

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