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H. R. 618. A bill to assist cooperative and other nonprofit corporations in

the 'roduction of housing for families of moderate income..

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H. R. 1742. A bill to amend the National Housing Act, as amended, and for

othr purposes -

10

Statenent of

Jliss, George L., chairman, legislative committee, United States

Savings and Loan League..

305

Bryant, Drayton S., housing consultant.

113, 439

Clarke, w. A., representing the Mortgage Bankers Association of

America --

320

Dinger, Robert S., assistant to the director, National Economic Com-

mission, the American Legion.-

91

Edeln an, John W., representing the Textile Workers Union of America,
CIO.

437
Ellis, Clyde T., executive manager, National Rural Electric Coopera-
tive Association.-

448
Epter, Lawrence A., president, Mortgage Bankers Association of New
York, Inc.-

221, 235, 454
Foley, Raymond M., Housing and Home Finance Administrator - 13
Green, John, secretary of CIO national housing committee.

344
Green, William, president, American Federation of Labor -

401
Held, Harry, vice president, the Bowery Savings Bank, New York,
N. Y.

300

Henle, Peter, secretary, American Federation of Labor housing com-

mittee

415, 447

Javits, Hon. Jacob K., a Representative in Congress from the State

of New York --

432

Ketcham, Frank S., representing Council for Social Action of the Con-

gregational Christian Churches.

167

King, Joseph T., legislative counsel, National Retail Lumber Dealers

Association.

394

Kreutz, Oscar R., executive manager, National Savings and Loan

League

201

Krooth, David L., representing National Housing Conference, Inc. 169
Ligutti, Rt. Rev. Msgr. L. G., executive director, National Catholic
Rural Life Conference --

429
Lincoln, Murray D., president, Cooperative League of the United
States of America

367

Lockwood, Rodney M., president, National Association of Home

Builders

241

Nichols, C. N., managing director, Northeastern Roofing, Siding, and

Insulating Contractors Association, Inc.---

235

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

422

O'Leary, Dr. James J., director of investment research, the Life In-

surance Association of America -

314

Reckman, William A., chairman, subcommittee on mortgage financing
and urban housing, American Bankers Association --

296

Richards, Franklin D., Commissioner, Federal Housing Administra-

tion.--

Roosevelt, Hon. Franklin D., a Representative in Congress from the

State of New York..

434

Thompson, John C., representing the National Association of Real

Estate Boards

265

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Statements of—Continued

Voorhis, Jerry, executive secretary, Cooperative League of the United

States of America and National Cooperative Mutual Housing Asso-

ciation.

Wagner, Robert F., Jr., representing the Americans For Democratic

Action.

Weitzer, Bernard, legislative representative, Jewish War Veterans of

the United States of America -

Williamson, John C., assistant director, national legislative service,

Veterans of Foreign Wars---

Additional matter and communications submitted for the information of

the committee-

American Association of Social Workers, statement-

American Council on Human Rights, statement of Elmer W. Hender-

son.

American Federation of Labor:

Comparison of minimum space requirements, Federal Housing

Administration and Public Housing Administration, Washing-

ton, D. C.---
Housing started in Washington, D. C., metropolitan area, July

to September, 1949.

American Veterans Committee, statement by Michael Straight.--

Bryant, Drayton S.:

Partial directory of cooperative housing associations in the United

States, 1948.

Chamber of Commerce of the United States, analysis of H. R. 6618.--
Chicago Mortgage Bankers Association, letter of January 30, 1950, to

Hon. Barratt O'Hara..
Cooperative Housing Projects Called Pattern of Future, from New

York Herald Tribune, January 29, 1950..

Equitable's Bronx Suites Now Renting, article from the New York

World-Telegram and Sun of February 6, 1950.--

Federal Housing Administration:

Summary of rental housing operations as of December 31, 1949—

total construction...

Housing and Home Finance Agency:

Comparison of estimated gross monthly rental on an $8,000,

442-room unit financed under proposals for non-profit and co-

operative housing for families of moderate income and with a

90-percent mortgage insured by FHA under section 608 for a

privately owned (for profit) project (tabulation)

Costs of acquiring and servicing loans, losses on loans, and opera-

tion of a mortgage portfolio -
Data indicating the cost involved in mortgage loans to the lenders

making them

Distribution by number of rooms of dwelling units in section 608,

veterans' emergency housing projects covered by commitments

issued January to June 1949, United States total and selected

insuring offices (tabulation).

Distribution by total money-income level for families of two or

more persons, 1948 (tabulation) -

Distribution of monthly rentals of dwelling units in section 608

veterans' emergency housing projects covered by commitments

issued January to June 1949, United States total, and selected

insuring offices (tabulation)-

Estimated monthly gross and shelter rent and debt service for

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a non-profit organization on a $7,000, $8,000, and $9,000
412-room dwelling unit with 100 percent financing, assuming

project operating expenses as on FHA projects (tabulation).

H. R. 6618 features attractive to families in the South..

Home Owners' Loan Corporation record.

Total investment and loans outstanding-

Minimum size of project.....

Privately financed permanent nonfarm dwelling units started,

annually, 1935–49..

Proposed amendment to H. R. 6742_
Section 608, war and VEH rental projects, 1942–49.

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Additional matter and communications submitted—Continued

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Massachusetts Housing Council, report on cooperative housing ---- 459

National Association of Housing Officials, letter of Feb. 3, 1950, to

Hon. Brent Spence-

454

National Association of Home Builders:

Average characteristics by mortgagor's monthly income-

248

Percentage of families with net effective incomes of $2,400 to

$4,800 purchasing new section 203 homes, January to June,

1949, for selected insuring offices -

243

National Association of Real Estate Boards:

Cities producing new houses for sale for $8,000 or less-

273

Digest of FHA terms...

269

Financing of cooperative housing projects; examples -

469

Provisions for FH A insurance.

Facing 269

National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers,

statement..

453

National Housing Committee, CIO:

Apartment Boom Floated on Public Risk, article from Architec-

tural Forum, January 1950.-

354

Cost, value comparisons, based on house cost only.

352

Equal monthly payments, covering principal and interest,

$10,000 mortgage--

351

National Savings and Loan League:

Additional information submitted in answer to questions by com-

mittee members.

219

The American Legion:

Endorsement of Sparkman bill; Resolution No. 653..

100

Helping Them to What They Fought For-A Real American

Home of Their Own, issued by Nicholson Post, No. 38, Baton

Rouge, La..

107

Letter of February 10, 1950, with enclosure, answering questions

put to Robert S. Dinger by the committee.-

111

The National Grange, statement of Albert S. Goss, master..

470

Veterans of Foreign Wars:

Resolution No. 364, veterans' nonprofit cooperatives.-

129

Voorhis, Jerry:

How cooperative construction can effect real savings.

157

List of cooperative housing associations.

154

Section-by-section summary of H. R. 6618, cooperative housing bill. 46

Section-by-section summary of H. R. 6742, a bill to amend titles I and

II of the National Housing Act--

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