George C. Eads

Statement of George C. Eads on Behalf of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Public Meeting on Air Brake System– Standard No. 121

by George C. Eads October 30, 1975 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“the Council “) appreciates this opportunity to again present its views on the economic implications of Standard 121. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (UNHTSAU) has now, for the first time since December, invited comments on the economic aspects of Standard 121 and we commend NHTSA for holding this meeting. The Council believes […]

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Before the Civil Aeronautics Board: Joint Petition for Emergency Procedures for emergency procedures to deal with fuel increases

by George C. Eads September 28, 1975 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability, the Federal Energy Administration, and the United States Department of Transportatior hereby jointly petition the Civil Aeronautics Board to adopt emergency procedures by which the airline industry can deal with the anticipated surge of fuel prices beginning September 1, 1975. Specifically, the Board should determine some interim methodology by which carriers experiencing fuel cost increases […]

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Council on Wage and Price Stability Investigates Flour Price Increases

by George C. Eads August 15, 1975 Uncategorized

George Eads, Acting Director of the Council on Wage and Price Stability, announced today that the Council has asked the three largest flour millers for an explantion of their recently announced flour price increases.  In a letter to the three companies (Pillsbury, General Mills and International Multifoodsl, Eads noted that they had apparently based their increase on recent increases in […]

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Comments on the Council on Wage and Price Stability on General Motors’ Announced Price Increases

by George C. Eads August 13, 1975 Uncategorized

The following is a statement by Acting Council Director George Eads: The price increases announced today by the General Motors Corporation (GM) are less than some observers had been predicting. Our calculations based on data supplied to us by GM indicate that the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the base GM car equipped with the average amount of optional […]

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Council on Wage and Price Stability Actions Regarding Proposed Regulations Affecting Manufacture, Marketing, Testing and Pricing of Prescription Drugs

by George C. Eads August 4, 1975 Uncategorized

George Eads, Assistant Director for Government Operations and Research, announced today that the Council on Wage and Price Stability has commissioned a study on the likely economic effects of various proposed federal regulations dealing with the manufacture, testing and marketing of prescription drugs. This study is being conducted by Bernard A. Kemp, Department of Engineering, […]

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Statement of George Eads Before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Public Hearing on Proposed Noise Standards

by George C. Eads June 25, 1975 Occupational Safety and Health Administration

I am pleased to have this opportunity to present the views of the staff of the Council on Wage and Price Stability on the proposed amendments to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s occupational noise exposure standard for general industry …

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Letter: From Geroge Eads to Mr. Alvin Cook, FEA: Coal Conversion Program

by George C. Eads June 18, 1975 Federal Energy Administration

Attached for your information is a copy of a letter from George Eads, Assistant Director for Government Operations and Research, to Mr. Alvin Cook, Director of the Office of Economic Impact, Federal Energy Administration (FEA), transmitting comments regarding FEA’s Inflation Impact Statement on the coal conversion program …

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Letter from George Eads, COWPS, to Mr. Alvin Cook, Federal Energy Administration

by George C. Eads June 16, 1975 Federal Energy Administration

Attached for your information is a copy of a letter from George Eads, Assistant Director for Government Operati oris and Research, to Mr. Alvin Cook, Director of the Office of Economic Impact, Federal Energy Administtation (FEA), commenting on FEA’s Inflation Impact Statement on Deregulation of Old Crude Oil Production.

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Memorandum to George C. Eads from Robert L. Greene: Deregulation of Old Crude Production

by George C. Eads June 4, 1975 Federal Energy Administration

The Federal Energy Administration (FEA) proposes to deregulate the price of old crude over the next 25 months at the rate of 4 percent per month of the currently regulated 1972 base production level. The intent of the deregulation is to assist in attaining the President’s energy conservation program in which consumption of energy resources would be reduced and domestic production […]

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Statement of George Eads Before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Public Meeting on Occupant Crash Protection

by George C. Eads May 23, 1975 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Both test alternatives are preferable to going ahead with implementation of the new restraint standard. The Government should not require the installation of air bags or passive belts on the basis of little more than a faith in the technology and the results of a very small number of crashes. However, if a decision is made to go ahead with […]

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Statement of George Eads Before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Public Meeting on Occupant Crash Protection

by George C. Eads May 23, 1975 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Dr. Gregory: I am pleased to have this opportunity to present the views of the staff of the Council on Wage and Price Stability on the revised requirements for crash protection that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposes to issue (MVSS 208)…

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Before the Civil Aeronautics Board: Complaint of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Requesting Suspension and Investigation

by George C. Eads May 19, 1975 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (the Council”) hereby files with the Civil Aeronautics Board this complaint requesting suspension and investigation of the 6% domestic passenger fare increase filed by American Airlines, Inc. on May 12, 1975 and the 5% domestic passenger fare increase filed by Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) on May 5, 1975. Both carriers are seeking renewal of the […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the Food and Drug Administration: Proposed Exemption of Individually Wrapped Piece of Confectionery From Required Net Weight Standards

by George C. Eads May 19, 1975 Federal Drug Administration

The following comments are submitted by the Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) in response to the Food and Drug Administration’s (“FDA’s”) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to exempt certain categories of individually wrapped pieces of confectionery’ from the existing net quantity of contents labeling requirements in Part 1 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations. That Notice was […]

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Council on Wage and Price Stability Files Before CAB on New Types of Low Cost Charter Travel

by George C. Eads May 16, 1975 Civil Aeronautics Board

In a filing before the Civil Aeronautics Board today, the Council on Wage and Price Stability urged the implementation of two proposals to establish new types of low cost charter travel (one-stop inclusive tour charters and the special event charters). Both types of charters are designed to make low-cost mass travel more widely available, presumably bringing the benefits of air transportation to […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the Civil Aeronautics Board: One- Stop Inclusive Tour Charters & Special Event Charters

by George C. Eads May 16, 1975 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (the “Council”) hereby submits its comments on two proposals by the Civil Aeronautics Board to establish new types of low-cost charter travel, the so-called one-stop inclusive tour charters (OTC’s) and the special event charters (SEC’s). Subject to the comments included herein, the Council urges the adoption of the proposed rules.

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the Civil Aeronautics Board: One- Stop Inclusive Tour Charter

by George C. Eads May 15, 1975 Civil Aeronautics Board

By Notice of Proposed Rule Making dated November 8, 1974, the Civil Aeronautics Board (Board) proposed creation of One-Stop Inclusive Tour Charters (OTC’s). In a related matter, the Board announced that it had under consideration the termination of prior affinity charters. These earlier proposals generated substantial comment. In the captioned proceeding, the Board has proposed a substantially revised OTC framework, […]

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Letter: From George Eads, COWPS, to Roger Strelow, EPA

by George C. Eads May 12, 1975 Environmental Protection Agency

Attached for your information is a letter from George Eads, Assistant Director of the Council on Wage and Price Stability for Government Operations and Research, to Roger Strelow, Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, in response to an April 22 letter from Mr. Strelow regarding the Council’s staff’s April 7th filing before the Federal Aviation Administration regarding the EPA’s proposed aircraft noise […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Regarding Proposed Noise Emission Standards of Medium and Heavy Trucks

by George C. Eads May 9, 1975 Environmental Protection Agency

Attached is a filing by the staff of the Council on Wage and Price Stability before the Environmental Protection Agency regarding proposed regulations to reduce medium and heavy truck noise from the current 86 ·decibels to 75 decibels by 1983. A copy of the technical attachment referred to in the text is available at the Council’s Public Affairs Office.

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