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Statement of-Continued

Page

Hollander, Edward D., national director, Americans for Democratic

Action.

368

Hollyday, Guy T. 0., Commissioner, and Allan T. Thornton, Direc-

tor, Personnel and Statistics Division, Federal Housing Adminis-

tration..

37, 81

Houser, Mrs. Jency Price, national organizer, Residence at Ease Asso-
ciation..

341
Hughes, R. G., president; Herbert S. Colton, general counsel; and

John M. Dickerman, executive director, National Association of
Home Builders of the United States...

708
Johnson, Byron L., associate professor of economics and Gene T.

Skrivan, chairman, building industry and real estate department,
University of Denver..

1003
Kahn, Efrem A., Lindenwood Realty Corp., New York, N. Y.-

344
Kennedy, Miles D., director, national legislative commission, Ameri-
can Legion --

351

King, T. Bertram, Acting Assistant Deputy Administrator, Loan

Guaranty Service, Veterans' Administration.-

162

Levitt, William J., New York, N. Y.-----

386

Mason, Norman P., United States Chamber of Commerce --

243

McAllister, Walter W., chairman, and Wade Harrison, General
Counsel, Home Loan Bank Board--

81

McCormick, Pat_A., Trailer Coach Association, accompanied by

E. R. Shaw, Trailer Coach Association of Los Angeles, Calif.;

Ralph Karl, consultant and Washington representative; Walter

Wells, Mobile Home Manufacturers' Association of Chicago; Lee

Painter, president, Mobile Home Dealers National Association--- 566

Mead, Donald H., mayor, Syracuse, N. Y., American Municipal

Association.

1028

Mitchell, Clarence, National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People ---

893
Moore, John H., executive director, United Community Defense
Services, Inc.

913
Murphy, M. K. M., past president, and Stephen Slipher, staff vice
president, United States Savings and Loan League..

686

Northrup, H. R., executive vice president, National Retail Lumber

Dealers Association.--

481

O'Grady, Rt. Rev. Msgr. John, secretary, National Conference of

Catholic Charities

640

O'Malley, James J., chairman, Federal legislation committee, National

Savings and Loan League.-

651

Packard, Arthur J., chairman of the board, and O. M. Ryan, manager,

Washington office, American Hotel Association...

654

Paul, Lt. Gen. W. S. (retired), assistant to the Director for Non-
military defense, Office of Defense Mobilization..

200

Perk, Ralph J., councilman, Cleveland, Ohio.--

702

Peterson, Val, Administrator, read by Ralph Spear, Deputy assistant

Administrator for Planning, Federal Civil Defense Administration.. 202

Rafsky, William L., housing coordinator, Philadelphia, Pa.---

900

Raider, David L., attorney, Associated' Builders of Greater New

York, Inc.-

999

Reilly, John A., American Bankers Association...

264

Robbins, Ira S., president, accompanied by Edward F. Barry, chair-

man of the board; and Dr. William L. C. Wheaton, professor of city

planning, University of Pennsylvania; National Housing Confer-

828

Robin, John P., executive director, Urban Redevelopment Authority

of Pittsburgh, Pa., United States Conference of Mayors..

1023

Shanks, Carrol M., president, and John G. Jewett, vice president,

Prudential Insurance Company of America; and Milford A. Vieser,

vice president, Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J.;

American Life Convention and Life Insurance Association of

America.

595

Shishkin, Boris, secretary, housing committee, American Federation
of Labor.

944

Slusser, Charles, Commissioner, and Lawrence Bloomberg, economist,

Public Housing Administration.---

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Smith, Henry C., Deputy Administrator, Farmers' Home Adminis-

tration, accompanied by Charles C. Barnard, budget officer, and

R. L. Farrington, Director of Credit Services, Department of

Agriculture..

204

Thimmes, James G., vice president, CIO, and United Steelworkers of
America, accompanied by John W. Edelman, CIO legislative sub-
committee on housing; Frank Fernback, associate director of re-

search; and Ben Fischer, director, committee on housing, CIO---- 490
Tuemmler, Fred W., American Institute of Planners--

670
Wallace, William T. Peru, Ind..

661
Waltemade, Henry G., chairman, Realtors' Washington Committee

National Association of Real Estate Boards, accompanied by
Alexander Summer, Newark, N. J.; and Fritz B. Burns, Los Angeles,
Calif...

411
Weitzer, Bernard, national legislative director, Jewish War Veterans of
the United States of America.

987

Wellman, Charles A., vice president, Glendale Federal Savings &

Loan Association.

275

Winston, Oliver., C. president, National Association of Housing and

Redevelopment Officials accompanied by John Searles, Executive

Director, District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency -- 620
Letters, statements, exhibits, etc., submitted for the record by—

Alaska Development Board, Al Anderson, assistant manager: Letter
to chairman..

1102
Alaska Housing Authority, Glen R. Wilder, executive director: Letter

to Delegate Bartlett enclosing resolution.--
Alaska National Bank, Anchorage, Alaska, E. E. Rasmuson, presi-
dent: Letter to chairman..

1102

American Bankers Association, J. Olney Brott, general counsel:

Letter.---

1103

Supplementary statement on proposed voluntary home credit

program.-

1103

Statement on proposed Federal Savings Insurance Corporation.- 1104
American Farm Bureau Federation, Joe Betts, legislative assistant:
Letter to chairman.

1040
American Federation of Labor: Condition of housing supply.

954
American Hotel Association: Amendments..

659
American Institute of Planners: Letter to chairman enclosing reso-
lution.

671

American Legion:

Wilbur Č. Daniel, chairman, National Economic Commission:

Statement..

351

Supplemental statement-

357

Letter to President, January 30, 1954, from national commander. 362

White House reply, February 18, 1954.

363

Letter to President, March 8, 1954.

363

Letter to VA Administrator from special committee on VA loan

procedures.

363

Letter enclosing statements opposing sections 201 and 201 (1),

section 801, and transfer of functions from VA to HHFA------ 1105

American Life Convention and Life Insurance Association of America:

Proposed bill.

606

National policy on housing and mortgage lending—a statement

of life-insurance views.

609

American Planning and Civic Association, U. S. Grant 3d, major

general, United States Army (retired), president: Letter to chair-

man.

1041

Americans for Democratic Action, Edward D. Hollander, national

director: Letter with attachment on Connecticut program

382

Baltimore, Md., Planning Commission, Department of Planning,

Thomas F. Hubbard, chairman: Letter to Representative Gar-
matz.

1041

Baratz, Morton S., department of economics, Yale University: Letter

to chairman enclosing article, public housing: A critique and a
proposal..

1042

Letters, statements, exhibits, etc.—Continued

Pago
Bartlett, E. L., a Delegate in Congress from the Territory of Alaska:

Letter to chairman enclosing letter and resolution, Alaska Hous-
ing Authority

1107
Letter from F. A. Grimsdell, vice president, Commonwealth, Inc.- 1109

Benjamin, Alvin, Brooklyn, N. Y.: Letter to Senator Ives.

1047

de Bordenave, E. A., rector, Christ church, Philadelphia, Pa.---- 1123

Bourne, R. C., president, Tomkins Bros., Newark, N. J.: Letter to

chairman

1109

Boyar, Louis H., Los Angeles, Calif.: Supplementary statement.

931
Brooklyn Dime Savings Bank, George C. Johnson, president: Letter
to chairman.

1050

Buck, Vincent, Spokane, Wash.: Telegram to Senator Magnuson. 101

Buffalo, N. Y., Chamber of Commerce: Statement.

1051
Burns, Fritz B., National Association of Real Estate Boards:
Statement.

478
Letter to chairman.

1051
California Bankers Association, Oscar R. Mennenga, executive mana-
ger: Letter to chairman.

1052

Capehart, Homer E., a United States Senator from the State of

Indiana:

Summary of housing bill.

33

Letter to Mr. Cole regarding Mr. Henderson's testimony.

379

Chamber of Commerce of the United States: Statement.

243

Charleston, W. Va., Board of Realtors, Inc., Robert Paul McCormick,

secretary-treasurer: Letter to chairman enclosing resolution... 1052
Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, E. P. Quarl, manager,
industrial department:
Letter to chairman enclosing amendment to title I.----

1053
Amendment to Public Law 171..

1054

Clark, Joseph S., Jr., mayor, Philadelphia, Pa.: Statement.-

1036

Colean, Miles L., Washington, D. C.: Letter to chairman..

827

Comptroller General of the United States: Report on S. 2938

941

Congress of Industrial Organizations:

Supplementary statement on public housing

501

Statements on public housing from various States and cities -

502

Conyers, Vernon, Spokane, Wash.: Telegram to Senator Magnuson.. 1055

Cooperative League of the United States of America:

Cooperative housing, section 231-status as of February 24, 1954. 959

Comparative programs, 1951-53-

959

Letter on workload under section 213.

968

Letter from Mr. Krooth on proposed Housing Cooperative

Mortgage Corporation.

972

What every cooperator should know-a guide to cooperative

housing

976

Dague, George W., Galveston, Ind.: Letter to chairman.

1055

Deane, Charles B., a Representative in Congress from the State of

North Carolina: Farm housing program data, from inception of
program through December 31, 1953

404

Detroit Metropolitan Builders, Sidney C. Barnes: Letter to chairman

enclosing amendments...

1056

Eberle, Antone, Spokane, Wash.: Telegram to Senator Magnuson.. 1059

Family Service Association of America, Earl N. Parker, assistant

general director: Telegram to chairman.

1059

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Letter on change of name to

Federal Savings Insurance Corporation...

1111

Finkbemer, John, New York, N. Y.: Statement.

1111

Finley, M. W., Guam: Letter to chairman.--

1059

Foster Charles E., assistant national director of legislation, Disabled

American Veterans: Supplemental statement...

686

Goldman, Arthur Sworn, construction economist:
List of lending institutions making additional advances -

767
Article, House and Home: Can FH A insure open-end mortgages?.. 772
Article, Legal Bulletin, United States Savings and Loan League:
The flexible mortgage contract..

774
Article: House and Home: Dime Savings Bank writes open-end
clause into all its family house mortgages -

826
Article, House and Home: Open-end mortgages-good business
bet, not a legal problem...

826

Letters, statements, exhibits, etc.—Continued

Page
Grimsdell, F. A., vice president, Commonwealth, Inc., Portland, Oreg.:
Letter to Delegate Bartlett.

1109
Gross, Alfred, New York, N. Y.: Letter to Senator Ives.

1061
Groves, Asa B., Jr., Household Finance Corp., Philadelphia, Pa.:
Letter to chairman.--

1113
Guam, Ford Q. Elvidge, Governor and A. B. Won Pat, Speaker of
Legislature: Statement-

1123
Hackensack, N. J., Housing Authority, Joseph C. Barsalona, executive
director: Letter to Senator Smith, New Jersey

1062

Henderson, Elmer W., director, American Council on Human Rights:

Statement.

288

Housing and Home Finance Agency:

Appropriations Committee actions on public housing-

38

Proposed and current schedules for maximum mortgage amounts

for 1- to 4-family home mortgages insured under FHA, section

203.,

67

Amount of savings invested in savings and loan associations.- 86

Families displaced by slum-clearance projects.

90

Extent of relocation in low-rent public housing of families dis-

placed

91

Reuse of land cleared by slum-clearance projects

92

Low-rent public housing under programs of Public Housing Ad-

ministration as of February 28, 1954...

100

Chart, Average yield on Treasury bonds and maximum interest

rates on FHA-insured section 203 loans..

122, 360

Estimates of financial projection for proposed secondary market

operation under section 304 of S. 2938.

140

Comparison of proposed program under S. 2938 with program

under existing provisions of title I of Housing Act of 1949-- 216

Projects eligible for consideration under Public Law 139, 82d

Congress.

240

Regarding proposed amendment contained in section 801 (g) (3) 275

Comments on amendment of Mr. Henderson, American Council

on Human Rights .

291

Minority groups' share of public-housing commitments.

293

Section 607 (b), Lanham Act-

366

Percentage of veterans purchasing homes, FHA and VA.

387

Comparison of housing starts, last 6 months with corresponding

6 months a year ago--

390

Mortgage insurance under section 213 for housing with section

207 commitments.

415

Federal financial aid for training planning personnel-proposed

amendment.

672

Adequacy of FHA reserves -

694

Repeal of section 2 (b), Alaska Housing Act..

755

Considerations as to the continued need beyond June 30, 1954, for

for the authorities in Public Law 139, with respect to defense

housing and community facilities --

918

Letter enclosing statement on section 203 (d).

925
Comment with respect to letter of Comptroller General.

942
Section 213 projects-minority occupancy-in process.

962
Section 213 projects-minority occupancy-awaiting financing - 963
Permanent nonfarm dwelling units started 1946–54.

1122
Indexes of dwelling construction costs, 1946–54.-

1122
Indiana American Legion Auxiliary, May Blunt, legislative chair-
man: Telegram to chairman.

1114

Institute of Farm Brokers, National Association of Real Estate

Boards, B. E. Grantham, first vice president: Letter to Senator
Sparkman.

408

Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America: Supplementary

statement..

933

Johnson, Byron L., associate professor of economics and Gene T.

Skrivan, chairman, building industry and real estate department,

University of Denver:

Housing the independent aging.

1018

Letter enclosing statement-

1005

Letters, statements, exhibits, etc.—Continued

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Kahn, Efrem A., New York, N. Y.: Letter to committee.

346
La Pierre, Albert L., Seattle, Wash.: Telegram to Senator Magnuson. 1063
Lincoln, Nebr., Home Builders Association, Ervin Peterson, president:
Telegram to Senator Butler.

1063

Long, Leonard L., Atlanta, Ga.: Letter to Senator Maybank..

1063

Louisville, Ky., Chamber of Commerce, Kenneth P. Vinsel, executive

vice president: Letter enclosing analysis: Public housing in Louis-

ville

1064

Lurie, Irving, New York, N. Y.: Letter to chairman.

1083
Main Line Federation of Churches, Inc., Family Service, Robert M.
Myers, executive secretary: Letter to chairman.--

1124
Manhattan Council for Social Planning: Letter to chairman.

1124
Marshall, E. A., Jr., Phoenix, Ariz.: Letter to Senator Hayden.-

1085
Mead, Donald H., mayor, Syracuse, N. Y.: Statement-

1034
Miami Beach Apartment Association, Alfred A. Lesser, president:
Letter to Senator Smathers.

1085

Michigan City, Ind., Russell G. Hileman, mayor: Statement

871

Miller, William S., Pittsburgh, Pa.: Letter to chairman.--

1086

Mobiléhome Dealers National Association, A. Lee Painter, president:

Statement.

1087

Mobile Homes Manufacturers' Association, Chicago, Ill.: Statement. 571
Morrison, de Lesseps, mayor, New Orleans, La.: Letter to Senator
Ellender

1089

Mortgage Bankers' Association of America:

Proposal for the creation of a secondary market for home mort-

gage loans insured or guaranteed by the Federal Government.. 312

Financing public housing -

323

Amendment to section 213.

326

Statement of James W. Rouse..

327

National Apartment Owners' Association, Inc.:

Statement.

884

Letter to chairman, enclosing answer to Dr. Wheaton's study on

housing needs.

1114

National Association of Home Builders of the United States:

Charts.

733

Supplementary statement

736

Suggested amendments.

738

Article from Fortune: The Insatiable Market for Housing-

741

National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials: De-
tailed comments on S. 2938.

624

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People:

Statement submitted to Administiator, HHFA.

894

Letter from Mortgage Services, Inc., Norfolk, Va..

896

Letter from Baltimore Urban League

897

Statement

897

Letter in reply to Mr. Cole's letter of April 6.

1117

National Council of Jewish Women, Inc.: Statement.

1090

National Established Roofing, Siding, & Insulating Contractors

Association, Inc., C. N. Nichols, managing director: Statement --- 1091

National Farmers Union, James G. Patton: Statement.

409

National Housing Conference:

Statement..

839

Preliminary estimate of housing needs, 1955-70..

846

National Institute of Farm Brokers, Charles J. Happ, president: Tele-

gram to chairman..

1093

New Orleans Housing Improvement Committee, Clifford F. Favrot,

chairman: Telegram to Senator Ellender..

1093

O'Grady, Rt. Rev. Msgr. John, secretary, National Conference of

Catholic Charities: Statement...

641

Ohio Planning Conference, Lawrence M. Irvin, secretary-treasurer:

Letter to chairman..

1093

Payne, Frederick G., a United States Senator from the State of

Maine: Article from the Washington Post, The Wickedest Precinct. 251

Petek, John, Spokane, Wash.: Telegram to Senator Magnuson. 1094

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