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ee ee the setion taken by the Judiciary Comittee upen the bill shish ms favorably reperted eat te thet Commi tion Ww compensation. Irrespective of whether the bill qonserning. oe i APR 171636 ow. (PRDERA punta OF ene iat on, rere an HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES U. 8. COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY Wasninaton, D.C. idl u April 2, 1936. Honoreble J. Edgar Hoover Director Federal Bureau of Investigation Weshington, D. C. Deer Mr. Hoover: Qo rare occasions Bills are reparted favorably by the Judiciary Committee without contra-ergusent. Mever, however, has @ ‘Bill seen favarebly reported ly our Comaittee abare thare mus such maninity of approval as thot which was expressed Tuesday when we approved the Bill which will to some small degree give concrete evi- dence of appreciation for your great contribution to the Nation's welfare. Perhaps, I am doing en improper thing in divulging the proceedings at an Executive Session but I feel thet I mut Yell you~ ‘and I am sure I am voicing the pentinents of the entire Congress end the Wetion thet our great Government is, indeed, fortunate in having you as one of its servants. With kindest regards, I an FEN:R Bersonal and Confidentiel.