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Louisiana Senator investigates Civil Service promotions causing complaints. Washington, D.C., March 29[28}(?). Senator Allen Ellender, of Louisiana, recently received complaints that a pretty face means more to some of the Bureau Chiefs when time comes for a promotion in Government Service, so, the Senator asked for an appropriation to pursue an investigation of these allegations. Today he heard employees of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. Left to right, Helen Hess, Betty Meininger, Senator Ellender, Mary Friend and Agnes M. Gallagher. 3-28-39

Louisiana Senator investigates Civil Service promotions causing complaints. Washington, D.C., March 29[28}(?). Senator Allen Ellender, of Louisiana, recently received complaints that a pretty face means more to some of the Bureau Chiefs when time comes for a promotion in Government Service, so, the Senator asked for an appropriation to pursue an investigation of these allegations. Today he heard employees of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department. Left to right, Helen Hess, Betty Meininger, Senator Ellender, Mary Friend and Agnes M. Gallagher. 3-28-39

 
 

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