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Página 165 - By accepting this order, seller agrees to defend, protect and save harmless purchaser against all suits at law or in equity, and from all damages, claims and demands for actual or alleged infringement of any United States or foreign patent, and to defend or assist in the defense of any suit or action...
Página 91 - If you have any questions I would be more than happy to try to answer them.
Página 183 - Alcoa would have had to train a sales force, and we decided that the best thing to do was to go to the other route.
Página 166 - Neither party may assign this Agreement withput the consent of the other, except pursuant to a merger or other corporate reorganization involving substantially all the assets of the party. Reynolds will not sell, abandon or cease to operate its Massena plant without there having been made arrangements satisfactory to General Motors for continuance of a supply of molten metal to its Massena plant. 16. If at any time General Motors shall notify Reynolds that any of the aluminum and aluminum...
Página 190 - ... the courts with their dockets . Now we find you have an office with 108 people and your appropriations are away up high. What has caused the increase in your work? Is it laws that we passed, recommended by the House Committee on the Judiciary, or what ? Mr. CHANDLER. Absolutely. Mr. STEFAN. Suppose you put in the record at this point a list of the laws passed by Congress which have resulted in an increase in your work necessitating these appropriations. • Mr.
Página 31 - So, if 1 : 30 meets with no overt opposition at this moment, the committee will stand in recess until 1 : 30, at which time we will resume with the regularly scheduled witnesses on the Senate bill 1278.
Página 38 - I would like to quote from an address delivered at the annual meeting of the Secondary Metal Institute, a division of the National Association of Waste Material Dealers, Inc...
Página 71 - Starr, for a very thorough and very painstaking and very comprehensive statement. (Whereupon, at 4:30 pm, the committee recessed, to reconvene at 10 am, Tuesday, May 3, 1960.) SMALL BUSINESS IN THE ALUMINUM INDUSTRY tuesday, may 3, 1960 House of Representatives, Subcommittee No.
Página 3 - ... too. Mr. WORLEY. And they are better able to assume these duties. Mr. COLGAN. That is right. Mr. GRANGER. Thank you very much. Mr. Frantz, we will be glad to hear from you at this time. STATEMENT OF HARVEY R. FRANTZ, FOREST CONSERVATIONIST, INTERSTATE COMMISSION ON THE DELAWARE RIVER BASIN Mr. FRANTZ. I have a very brief statement I would like to read. My name is Harvey R. Frantz, of Bethlehem, Pa. I am forest conservationist for the interstate commission on the Delaware River Basin. This commission...