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1961-1965






L-band digital phase shifter (1962) 20217
L-103, hydrolysin, nutrition for children, USSR

study (i963) 5220
L.G. DeWitt, Inc., accident (1962) 11951
L series (1961) 303-4, 5512, 11991; (1962)
23101; (1963) 6020; (1964) 15342; (1965)
8652, 11960, 15338, 17238
La Barre, La., railroad accident (1961) 12834
La Batre, Bayou:
channel improvement, engineer report —
departmental edition (1964) 15864
document edition (1964) 15413
La Bella, Maria, relief (1962) 7119, 13375,

15039
Labels:
canned tuna fish must say light or dark

(1965) 12475
catalog of copyright entries, Jan.-June 1964

(1965) 7554
cigarette labeling, regulating —
hearings (1965) 413, 8982-83, 12190
law (1965) 15447

reports (1965) 10645, 12114, 12140, 13911
commercial, copyrighted (1961) 430; 9003;
(1962) 2382, 23423; (1963) 2108, 19071;
(1964) 6529, 19610
deceptive —

advertising and labeling of previously
used lubricating oil, FTC trade regula-
tions rule (1964) 15911
labeling of adhesive compositions, guides
against (1965) 14272
economic poisons, labeling with registration
numbers —
hearings (1963) 18917, 19041
law (1964) 12000

reports (1963) 19034; (1964) 4480
food, symbols (1965) 12482
hardwood products, misbranding, etc., pro-
tect consumer, hearings (1961) 20578;

(1962) 13669; (1964) 6364, 6500
hazardous substances labeling act, notices

of judgment (1963) 17469; (1964) 6736,
18040; (1965) 12494
inspected and graded poultry products

(1963) 13139
labeling —

practices, hearings (1962) 5071, 15447
requirements —
Austria (1962) 5357
Belgium (1963) 2433
Canada (1962) 5356
Federal Republic of Germany and West

Berlin (1961) 7466
Netherlands (1961) 20868
Republic of South Africa (1963) 6603
look for that label, it contains plain facts
about furs and fabrics you buy, consum-
er warning from Federal Trade Commis-
sion (1965) 2143
Meat Inspection Division program (1964)

1693; (1965) 11835
paper —
gummed, Federal standard (1963) 4931
imported, marking requirements, report

(1964) 10264

petroleum products for household use, how
to comply with Federal hazardous subst-
ances labeling act (1963) 6473

practices, hearings (1961) 17138

prohibit unfair and deceptive labeling, hear-
ings (1963) 12025; (1964) 540; (1965)
17912

read, on foods, drugs, etc., FDA publication
(1961) 17271; (1963) 19246; (1965) 10904

shoe content labeling and advertising, guide
(1962) 21767



Labels — Continued
steel containers in interstate commerce —
hearing (1964) 4501
reports (1964) 13983, 15545
stretch fiber Spandex, amend textile fiber
products identification act —
hearing (1965) 10545
law (1965) 12027
reports (1965) 8949, 10460
wool products labeling act, headwear, ex-
clude, reports (1964) 15713; (1965) 10639
woven, imported, identify country where

woven, hearing (1965) 10546
woven textiles identification, amend act —
hearing (1964) 4501
reports (1964) 12052, 17612
Labetic, Pavica, relief (1964) 15422; (1965)

12076
Labile amino compounds, see Amino com-
pounds.
Labin, Suzanne, techniques of Soviet propa-
ganda (1965) 12341
Labor:

adult workers, formal occupational training

(1965) 2788
African and Arab workers, conspiracies of
LF.F.T.U. against, Egyptian study
(1961) 1008
agricultural productivity, effect on unem-
ployment (address) (1963) 3011
American labor —

American labor in Peace Corps (1962)

16104
history, chronology of important events,

1778-1961 (1962) 22415
history

important dates (1961) 7135; (1964)

10309
of movement (1964) 20435
1962, in retrospect (1963) 7141
American —

movement grew and flourished until it
became pillar of industrial democracy
(address) (1962) 20032
worker's fact book (1961) 1161
workers, 50 years of occupational health

(1965) 2991"
worker's stake in foreign trade (1962)
12330
America's talents, resources, ideas, work

force (address) (1961) 17595
analysis of indexes on work in which calcu-
lating machines are used, USSR study

(1961) 21089

annual paid man-hours of employment and
annual wages, 1946-54 (1962) 16094

assistance for workers under Trade expan-
sion act of 1962 (1965) 2785

Austria (1961) 7896

automata and human labor, USSR study

(1962) 9894
automation —

and problem of occupational division of
labor, USSR (1961) 2205

effect, Soviet criticism of capitalist han-
dling (1962) 5920

automation's impact —
departmental edition (1961) 2465
document edition (1961) 1878

Belgian Congo, survey, 1958-59 (1962) 15988

Brazil (1962) 8325

building and construction, workers guide to
wages, etc., laws (1961) 5101

Bulgaria, characteristics and grov^lh of la-
bor force (1962) 6755

ceramic mosaic tile workers' petition for
adjustment assistance. Tariff Commis-
sion report (1964) 1627



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Labor — Continued

characteristics of manufacturing industries

(1965) 145
charts, statistical developments (1961) 3364;
(1962) 3979; (1963) 3821; (1964) 3635;
(1965) 3552
Chile (1962) 14369, 15976

code of Federal regulations (1961) 6008;
(1962) 7366; (1963) 10168; (1964) 10532;
(1965)9113
college housing construction, requirements

(1965) 12792
Colombia (1962) 12341, 15976
colonels and carpenters, strength of Nation

(address) (1964) 7356
communism international education, confer-
ence on activity of CPSU (1961) 15110
Communist China —

attitudes on physical and mental labor
(1961) 2151

number and wages (1962) 3172

plans, organization, etc (1961) 936

spare-time education for workers (1964)
15856
conditions —

Aden (1964) 5446

Afghanistan (1963) 18047

Argentina (1965) 12798

Australia (1964) 13078

Bahrein (1963) 18051

Bolivia (1965) 7981

Brazil (1965) 6570

British Caribbean territories (1965) 12799

Burma (1963) 19797

Cambodia (1964) 1384

Canada (1965)6571

Ceylon (1963) 18050

Chile (1965) 6572

China, Communist (1964) 9475

Colombia (1965) 7982

Costa Rica (1965) 6573

Cuba (1965) 6575

Dominican Republic (1965) 6574

Ecuador (1965) 7983

El Salvador (1965) 7984

French Caribbean departments (1965) 6576

Guatemala (1965) 7985

Haiti (1965) 7986

Honduras (1965) 7987

Hong Kong (1965) 2799

India (1964) 5445

Indonesia (1963) 18049

Iran (1964) 13080

Iraq (1964) .5443

Israel (1964) 9474

Jamaica (1965) 7988

Japan (1963) 18048

Jordan (1965) 6569

Korea, North (1964) 9473

Korea, Republic (1964) 9476

Kuwait (1964) 11291

Lebanon (1964) 11292

Malaya (1964) 13084

Mexico (1965) 7989

Nepal (1964) 11295

Netherlands West Indies, Netherlands
Antilles and Surinam (1965) 7997

New Guinea (Australian) (1965) 2800

New Zealand (1964) 11293

Nicaragua (1965) 7990

Pakistan (1964) 13077

Panama (1965) 7991

Paraguav (1965) 7992

Peru (1965) 7993

Philippines (1964) 13081

Qatar (1964) 11290

Rvukvu Islands (1964) 11289

Saudi Arabia (1964) 13079

Syria (1964) 11294



Labor — Continued
conditions — Continued
Taiwan (1964) 5444
Thailand (1963) 20935
Trinidad and Tobago (1965) 7994
Tunisia (1963) 19798
Turkey (1964) 1385
Uruguay (1965) 7995
Venezuela (1965) 7996
Vietnam, North (1964) 13083
Vietnam, South (1964) 13082
Yemen (1963) 20936
Congo, new labor code (1965) 880
construction —

employment outlook (1962) 8354
labor, employment outlook (1964) 9420
contracts, Israeli Communist press com-
ments (1963) 825
cooperation of socialist countries in division
of work, Czechoslovakian studv (1961)
21119
costs —
excessive, charged to Government by Flex-
onics Division, Calumet & Hecla, Inc.,
GAO review (1965) 9219
ginning cotton (1965) 9028
in Defense Department, control, hearings

(1964) 17661
retail food stores, using work sampling
data to control (speech) (1962) 17385
counseling and employment services for spe-
cial worker groups, supplement (1963)
4833
Cuban —
regulations (1962) 22054
situation (1962) 22199
custodial laborer, examination announce-
ment (1961) 10101
Cyprus (1963) 14461

developments abroad (1961) 3378; (1962)
3980; (1963) 3822; (1964) 3636; (1965)
3553
cumulative index, 1956-63 (1965) 14624
disability, in labor force. United States, July

1961-June 1962 (1964) 7706
displaced workers, case studies, experiences

after layoff (1964) 16610
educational attainments of workers (1963)

16295; (1965) 6565, 19811
emergency loans to Florida vegetable grow-
ers (1963) 6385
employment —

labor force growth, and productivity, ma-
jor problems of future (1964) 1386
security and retirement of older worker,
reports from White House Conference on
Aging (1961) 14979
establishing labor norms, use of linear pro-
gramming, USSR study (1963) 8715
exploitation of proletariat in capitalist

countries, USSR study (1965) 6499
factors in workers' decisions to forego re-
training under Manpower development
and training act (1964) 18610
factory workers —

earnings, trends 1947-60 (1961) 9418
under bargaining agreements (1965) 8000
Federal employees. Federal workforce out-
look, fiscal" years 1965-68 (1965) 5742
foreign labor information (1961) 1182; (1962)

15988
Formosa, labor law and practice (1964)

14690
40-plus workers, improving job opportuni-
ties, guide to community action (1961)
6230
France, immigrant labor problem. Commun-
ist Party proposals (1964) 11151



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Labor — Continued

gas masks for chemical plant workers,

USSR study (1965) 19782
geared to growing economy (summary of

remarks) (1961) 6922
general and custodial laborers, examination

announcement (1961) 6911
geographic mobility, summary report (1964)

20980
German Democratic Republic in system of
international socialist division of labor
(1964) 16438
Ghana —
bibliography (1962) 8324
situation (1962) 6209
Gor'kiy Automobile Plant on way to scientif-
ic organization (1965) 2555
health education of workers (1965) 8242
important labor areas, directory (1965)

18017
impoverishment of proletariat, USSR study

(1961)4453
indexes of output per man-hour in private
economy, methods and procedures for
developing (1964) 11296
India (1961) 21139
Indonesia (1963) 20927
information on SOBSI (1961) 10873
movement, articles (1961) 843
selected translations (1961) 2289
industrial —
development, workers party resolution

(1962) 17897
workers, publications, price list (1963)
12980; (1964) 13390; (1965) 16806
international —
importance in development of emerging

democracies (address) (1961) 15687
labor (periodical) (1963) 15658; (1964)
3607; (1965) 3523
International Labor Conference, 1962 (1962)
23939
revolutionary movement of working class,

USSR study (1965) 11107
socialist division of labor and coordina-
tion of long-term planning, problem,
USSR (1962) 1164
study —

Miners' International Federation (1963)

5099
Public Services' International (1962)
9783
Iraqi activities, articles (1961) 7796
irregularities in garment industry, investi-
gate, hearings (1963) 2048
Japan (1962) 6210
job tenure of American workers, Jan, 1963

(1964) 5447
journey to work, commutation streams and
social and economic characteristics of
commuters (1964) 1826
Korea labor party policy for development of

light industry (1963) 17882
Labor —

and bourgeois rights, distribution system,

Communist China (1962) 22293
and capital for

mixing formula feeds (1962) 20411
pelleting formula feeds (1961) 8300
and material requirements for public
housing construction (1964) 13072, 20436
and price statistics training program,
1965-66, for statisticians and economists
of other countries, Washington, D.C.,
Sept. 1964-Aug. 1966 (1965) 5059
and public interest (address) (1964) 2940
and surplus, necessary value, Communist
China study (1962) 23748



Labor — Continued
Labor — Continued
and the arts (remarks) (1965) 12781
digests (1963) 18047-51, 19797-798,
20935-936; (1964) 1384-85, 5443-46,
9473-76, 11289-295, 13077-84; (1965)
2799-2801, 6569-76, 7981-97, 12798-799
force —

and employment, 1960 (1961) 11351

(1962) 22443; (1963) 16296
chronically depressed areas, factors
influencing rate of participation by
age and sex, occupation, etc., ARS
study (1965) 147
conducting survey in development coun-
tries (1964) 21668
Czechoslovakia, scope and concepts

(1964) 10070
employment —

and unemployment statistics, 1947-61

(1962) 23937
in 1960, annual averages and year-end

review (1961) 6242
problems of technological change and
increased automation (address)
(1963) 9772
seasonally adjusted data, 1947-61
(1962) 8441
experienced civilian —

industry, census of population, 1960,

supplementary reports (1963) 1881
occupations, census of population, of
1960, supplementary reports (1963)
4575
family characteristics of workers, 1959

(1961) 9419

future shape (address) (1963) 16293
gross changes, problem in statistical

measurement (1963) 12808
Hungary, characteristics and growth

(1962) 14946

in transition (address) (1961) 21146

job changing and manpower training
(1964) 13027

major employment centers, statistics
(1962) 7289

monthly report (1961) 3377, 3380; (1962)
3777, 4078; (1963) 3614, 3921, (1964)
3433, 3745; (1965) 3660

people, skills and jobs, utilization prob-
lems (1963) 20924

Poland (1964) 6048

projections —
(address) (1961) 11353
for 1970-80 (1965) 7999
in U.S. (testimony) (1964) 1388
1965-75 (1962) 22445
to 1976 and 2000 (1963) 3250

Rumania, characteristics and growth
(1961) 8521

seasonal adjustment factors, revised
(1961) 7908

Soviet, recordkeeping and reporting
since 1957 (1962) 14945

special reports (1961) 4801, 6259, 7897,
9415, 9419-20, 9422, 9425, 11351.
21147; (1962) 3273, 15989, 18156,
22443, 22445; (1963) 9078, 16294-297;
(1964) 5447, 7418, 11297, 14709, 18642,
21677-678; (1965) 5060-61, 7999, 18407
advance summaries (1961) 7894; (1962)
15987; (1964) 5449, 13074, 18646;
(1965)6565, 19811

special surveys, annotated bibliography
(1961) 6762



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Labor — Continued
Labor — Continued

statistical accuracy of unemployment

figures (address) (1961) 19819
statistics —
for major employment centers (1961)

9056
toward more revealing goal (address)
(1961) 9428
unemployable under impact of industrial

change (address) (1961) 19798
USSR, material incentives and develop-
ment of production (1964) 10725
who are the working mothers (1962)

18597; (1963) 13134; (1965) 16925
work experience of population in 1959

(1961) 6259
workers in port of Haiphong, improve-
ment of conditions under socialism
(1961) 10849
workers —

martial and family characteristics
(1961) 7897; (1963) 9078; (1964)
11297
mathematical models and electronic
computers in planning and economic
calculations, USSR study, consump-
tion (1961) 17379
working mothers, information (1961)

17883
youth, status, 1964 (1965) 18407
Yugoslavia (1965) 11948
labor in America, 1913-63, 50 years of prog-
ress (1963) 7137
labor market and employment security
(1962) 3981; (1963) 3823; (1964) 3637
statistical supplements (1962) 3982; (1963)
3824; (1964) 3638
leisure time under shorter workday, USSR

scientific conference (1961) 9303
Louisiana workers benefitted by economic

expansion (remarks) (1964) 8185
man-hours output —
and costs in food processing (1961) 17155
indexes —
footwear industry (1965) 12796
gas and electric utilities industry,

1932-62 (1965) 1295
petroleum refining industry (1962) 6206
primary aluminum industry, 1947-62
(1965) 1296

private economy (1964) 7417, 20445;

(1965) 6567
procedures for developing indexes (1962)

18155
selected industries (1962) 3270; (1964)

5441; (1965) 1297
steel industry (1965) 6568

methods and procedures for develop-
ing (1963) 12811
total private economy and private non-
farm sector, 1947-64, comparisons of
indexes (1965) 19809
trends, etc., aluminum industry (1965)
11358
markets —

area labor supply classifications (1963)

19123
area trends (1961) 3116; (1962) 3623; (1963)

3461; (1964) 3261
areas, directory, supplements (1961) 4155;

(1962) 11715; (1963) 20648
bituminous coal mining (1964) 4658
cost of moving from one area to another

(1964) 13663
developmentof basic information for small
areas, handbook (1964) 2292



Labor — Continued
markets — Continued

Employment Service participation (1963)
4834

engineering, scientific and technical occu-
pations, current conditions (1961) 3118,
7346, 19251; (1962) 9551. 21674; (1964)
4657. 19647

footwear (1962) 21676

foreign policies, lessons (1964) 15813

labor market and employment security
(1961) 3123
index (1961) 9055
statistical supplement (1961) 3124

machine tools (1965) 16100

meat packing (1965) 16099

missiles and aircraft industries, develop-
ments (1962) 5121

occupational earnings (1963) 9079; (1964)
9479. 14711, 18643

plastics and other synthetic materials,
developments (1961) 7349

policy in relation to economic growth

(1963) 19783

telephone communication industry, devel-
opments (1962) 17416
tires and tubes industry (1965) 16098
wages and related benefits —
60 labor markets, 1959-60—
departmental edition (1961) 13398
document edition (1961) 12139
82 labor markets, 1960-61—
departmental edition (1962) 8331
document edition (1962) 6937
82 labor markets, 1961-62—

departmental edition (1963) 3024
document edition (1963) 1977
82 labor markets, 1962-63 (1964) 7374
women and girls, status and activities
today and tomorrow (address) (1963)
14807
measuring productivity, USSR methods and

systems (1962) 14297
method for using computer to work out con-
solidated labor norms, USSR study

(1964) 16561

metropolitan areas, supplementary wage
benefits, 1959-60 (1961) 13407

Mexico (1964) 1372

migratory labor notes (1961) 3368; (1962)
8320

missiles, spacecraft and aircraft industries,
developments (1963) 13874

mobility —

and private pension plans, vesting, early
retirement, and portability provisions
study (1964) 16609
and worker adaptation to economic change

in U.S. (1963) 18016; (1964) 5418
effect of private pension plans (1963)
10910

Mongolia, underground workers in coal in-
dustry, wage regulation (1961) 4408

monthly "labor review (1961) 3379; (1962)
4071; (1963) 3914; (1964) 3739; (1965)
3657
index, v. 72-83—
departmental edition (1962) 23933
document edition (1962) 23312
reprints, see listings under Labor Statis-
tics Bureau in the monthly issues,
statistical supplements (1962) 6208; (1962)
23940; (1964) 5451; (1965) 2804, 9521

movement in Texas (address) (1961) 15686

multiple jobholders. Dec. 1959 (1961) 4801

national policy, public interest in labor-
management relations, national high
school debate topic 1965-66 (1965) 12216

Nigeria (1964) 5435



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Labor — Continued

noise, effect on productivity, USSR study

(1962) 3217
nonwhite workers, economic status, 1955-62

(1963) 16297, 19801
occupational diseases and hygiene, USSR

studies (1965) 6467
older handicapped workers, vocational reha-
bilitation (1963) 13112
older workers —

American, age discrimination in employ-
ment, report of Secretary of Labor to
Congress (1965) 14607
American

research materials (1965) 12782
case study of variables affecting retire-
ment policy (1961) 15730
Department of Labor older worker pro-
gram (1961) 21145
disabled, rehabilitation academician's re-
sponsibility (1965) 9990
manpower training activities (1965) 19791
meet the over 40 worker, highlights (1961)

4781
performance in industrial retraining pro-
grams (1963) 14475
problems in States (statement) (1961) 1163
program. Labor Dept (1962) 8313
selected items for sale by Superintendent

of Documents (1961) 21305
State laws against discrimination in em-
ployment (1965) 1273
summary (1964) 11260, 16582
use in meeting manpower challenge of
60's, leaders guide for conducting insti-
tutes (1961) 4154
vocational —

counseling (1961) 20830
training and placement program (1961)
20825
operating costs in packing mixed feeds with
emphasis on labor and capital (1964)
9953
outlook for —
costs (remarks) (1963) 7178
labor force at mid-decade (paper) (1965)
6578
papers, currently received, list (1964) 16567
participation in —

business management (1962) 15268
civil defense (1964) 11928
payments, raising and perfecting in period
of full-scale building of communism in
USSR (1962) 5793
Peru (1964) 11274

problems (1963) 2588, 2828
physiology, problems related to technical

■ progress, USSR study (1963) 16230
places of work and transportation to work,

census of population, 1960 (1963) 4576
Poland, cult of individual and international

workers movement (1962) 3181
potential for expanding forest industries in

northeastern Minnesota (1963) 6513
problems in advancement, international

communist developments (1962) 22028
processing feed ingredients (1965) 18883
production and related workers, employer
expenditures for supplementary compen-
sation practices (1965) 12785
productivity —

and size of industrial enterprises, USSR

translations (1963) 8669
Bulgaria in next 20 years (1962) 23736
comparison of various countries, USSR

study (1963) 2.593
Hungary, 1958-59 (1962) 1245
in agriculture, calculation, Chinese study
(1963) 967



Labor — Continued
productivity — Continued
measuring in monetary terms, USSR study

(1963) 12401

methods of increasing in USSR kolkhozes
(1961) 19584

role of scientific and engineering personnel
in increasing. USSR study (1963) 19503

theory and problems in science and tech-
nology development, USSR study (1963)
8837

USSR and capitalist countries, methodo-
logical principles in comparing (1961)
7837
psychology, USSR studies (1964) 7253, 20060

publications, price list (1961) 8145; (1962)

12657, 22720; (1963) 12979; (1964) 21838
reduced OASDI benefits for retired workers

under 65 years of age (1964) 21876
requirements —
civil works construction by Corps of Engi-
neers (1964) 13069
Federal office building construction —
departmental edition (1962) 20047
document edition (1962) 19025
feed manufacturers for ingredient han-
dling (1965) 13396
hospital construction —
departmental edition (1962) 23934
document edition (1962) 23338
errata sheet (1963) 14463
private one-family house construction

(1964) 14703

reprint from Monthly labor review (1962)

200.54
school construction —
departmental edition (1961) 15729
document edition (1961) 14160
southern rice mills, production (1965)
10072
resource for expanding wood-using indus-
tries in northeastern Minnesota (1965)
10912
resources, USSR (1962) 14198
review
American labor in 1960 (1961) 4806
statistical supplement, 1960 (1962) 3277
role in —
civil defense, training course (1965) 11957
life of this country (address) (196.5) 14605
Rumania, protection, prospects for develop-
ment (1964) 9334
scientific workers in food manufacturing

industries (1961) 17156
self-interest principle in transition from
socialism to communism, USSR study
(1963) 12765
shorter workday, higher productivity, USSR

(1961) 10767
site picketing by construction workers,

amend act, hearings (1962) 2335



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