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House Proceeding on Jul 27th, 2009 :: 0:01:10 to 0:02:55
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John Boozman

0:01:06 to 0:01:27( Edit History Discussion )

John Boozman: and not destroy it in favor of a $1.5 trillion experiment. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from arkansas rise? mr. boozman: i ask permission to ad minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one

John Boozman

0:01:10 to 0:02:55( Edit History Discussion )
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John Boozman

0:01:28 to 0:01:48( Edit History Discussion )

John Boozman: minute. mr. boozman: thank you very much, mr. speaker. i rise today to commend the service of merlin walters who has distinguished himself as an exemplary citizen with 58 years of service to our country. five in the military and an astounding 53 years with the u.s. postal service. mr. walters served as a master mechanic in the arkansas national guard at camp robinson in little rock, arkansas, and

John Boozman

0:01:49 to 0:02:09( Edit History Discussion )

John Boozman: has committed himself as a public servant ever since. in 1956, president eisenhower appointed him as a full-time carrier for the hartman post office in hartman, arkansas. after 11 years of dedicated service, he was appointed to the office of postmaster of hartman by president johnson. he has been a familiar face at

John Boozman

0:02:10 to 0:02:31( Edit History Discussion )

John Boozman: the hartman post office for 53 years and at 89 years old you can still find him there every day hard at work. mr. walters said he always finds hem self enjoyment working at the post office in hartman. he believes in working until the job is done and done right. i thank him for his service to

John Boozman

0:02:32 to 0:02:52( Edit History Discussion )

John Boozman: the residents of arkansas and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the chair lays before the house the clerk: h.r. 3114, an act to auorize the director of the united states patent and

John Boozman

0:02:53 to 0:02:55( Edit History Discussion )

John Boozman: trademark office to use funds made available under the

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