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Alexander, Dr. William M., professor of education, George Peabody Col-

lege for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn., and president-elect, Association for

Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Education Associa- Page

tion, Washington, D.C., prepared statement -

129

Bailey, Thomas D., State superintendent of instruction for the State

of Florida----

234

Biemiller, Andrew J., Director, Department of Labor, AFL-CIO_

426
Biggs, G. A., president, Pennsylvania Farmers' Association, and member,

board of directors, American Farm Bureau Federation; accompanied
by Gene Leach, assistant legislative director, and John Datt, assistant
to director, Washington office, American Farm Bureau Federation ----

308
Blanshard, Mrs. Paul, executive director, Unitarian Fellowship for So
cial Justice -

419
Boehm, Dr. Charles H., State superintendent of public instruction, Harris-
burg, Pa---

222
Borchardt, Selma M., vice president and Washington representative, Amer-
ican Federation of Teachers, prepared statement--

364
Bull, Mrs. F. L., chairman of legislation, National Congress of Parents and
Teachers, on Federal aid to education, prepared statement----

508
Butter, Sally, director of legislation, General Federation of Women's
Clubs_-

283
Daniel, James F., chairman of the National Americanism Commission of
the American Legion, prepared statement--

490
Dawson, Howard A., executive secretary, Department of Rural Education,
National Education Association, prepared statement--

463

Derthick, Lawrence G., U.S. Commissioner of Education, Department of

Health, Education, and Welfare ---

241

Prepared statement-

201

Engle, Hon. Clair, a U.S. Senator from the State of California, to the Sub-

committee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare,

prepared statement_

479

Flemming, Hon. Arthur S., Secretary, Department of Health, Education,

and Welfare; accompanied by Elliot L. Richardson, Assistant Secre-

tary; Lawrence G. Derthick, U.S. Commissioner of Education; and

Ralph C. M. Flynt, Assistant Commissioner of Education..

141

Flemming, Hon. Arthur S., Secretary, Department of Health, Education,

and Welfare, prepared statements.-

157, 178, 181, 184

Finney, Robert A., general manager, Humbolt Brick & Tile Co., Hum-

bolt, Kans----

331

Prepared statement..

342

Fuller, Dr. Edgar, executive secretary, Council of Chief State Officers. 209

Heller, Dr. Walter W., chairman, department of economics, University of

Minnesota, and economic consultant, National Education Association - 69

Prepared statement-

70

Herndon, Joe, superintendent, Raytown, Mo., information about Consoli-

dated School District No. 2, Jackson County, prepared statement---- 484

Hill, Dr. W. W. Jr., Council of State Chambers of Coinmerce_.

371

Prepared statement.--.

375

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

tion, prepared statement-

292

Humphrey, Hon. Hubert H., a U.S. Senator from the State of Minnesota,

prepared statement -

471

Hymes, Mrs. Charles, National Council of Jewish Women, Inc., New
York, NY

288

Investment Bankers Association of America, re Federal aid for the con-

struction of public elementary and secondary schools, prepared state-

ment

495

Jacobs, Samuel, Washington, representative, United Automobile, Aircraft,

and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, AFL-CIO--

446

Javits, Hon. Jacob, a U.S. Senator from the State of New York, prepared

statement_.

469

King, Dr. Willford I., professor emeritus, New York University, Com-
mittee for Constitutional Government..

324

Krettek, Germaine, director, Washington office, American Library Asso- Page

ciation, prepared statement--

494

McNamara, Hon. Pat, a U.S. Senator from the State of Michigan, pre-
pared statement_.

47

Martin, Hon. Thomas E., a U.S. Senator from the State of Iowa---

303

Michigan school bond loan program, Clair L. Taylor, superintendent of
public instruction, prepared statement-

186

Miles, Dr. John R., manager, department of education, Chamber of Com-

merce of the United States..

331

Mitchell, Clarence, director, Washington bureau, National Association for

the Advancement of Colored People----

384

Moss, Hon. Frank E., a U.S. Senator from the State of Utah, prepared

statement_.

481

Morse, Hon. Wayne, a U.S. Senator from the State of Oregon, prepared

statement---

197

National Association of Manufacturers, prepared statement_

511

Oakes, George W., American Parents Committee, Inc., prepared statement- 299

O'Mahoney, Hon. Joseph C., a U.S. Senator from the State of Wyoming--- 121

Pagel, Mrs. Betty Lou, teacher, Cheyenne, Wyo----

122

Proxmire, Hon. William, a U.S. Senator from the State of Wisconsin---- 423

Randolph, Hon. Jennings, a U.S. Senator from the State of West Virginia__ 389

Reeder, Phares E., executive secretary, West Virginia Education Associa-

tion

396

Exhibit I__

407

Exhibits II-IV-

409

Rumph, Dr. Mal, president, Association of American Physicians and Sur-
geons, Inc., prepared statement-

492

Schoemann, Peter T., chairman, Standing Committee on Education, AFL-

CIO; vice president, AFL-CIO; president, United Association of Jour-

neymen and Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States

and Canada----

428

Southall, Dr. Maycie, president of elementary education; George Peabody

College, Nashville, Tenn., representing the American Association of Uni-
versity Women.

315
Staggers, Vernon A., president, West Virginia Education Association - 396
Prepared statement -

397
Stitt, Louise, vice chairman, board of directors, National Consumers League,
prepared statement--

497
Stout, Dr. Ruth, president, National Education Association, Topeka,
Kans.

49, 120
Symington, Hon. Stuart, a U.S. Senator from the State of Missouri, pre-
pared statement----

476
Tompos, Bill, Weirton, W. Va., prepared statement-

490
Wiley, Tom, State school superintendent from New Mexico, prepared state-
ment on Federal grants for education---

239
Williams, Hon. G. Mennen, Governor of the State of Michigan, accompanied
by Donald D. Leu_--

267

Wine, Emery, Kingman, Kans., prepared statement---

465

Zander, Arnold, president, American Federation of State, County, and

Municipal Employees---

439

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Excerpts from pages 63 and 64 of hearings, “Grants for School Construc-

tion and Teachers' Salaries" (S. 3311), before the Subcommittee on
Education, July 16, 1958, by Allen P. Burkhardt, superintendent, Norfolk

public schools, Norfolk, Nebr.--

Letters :

Alexander, William M., president, The Association for Supervision

and Curriculum Development, Washington, D.C., letter dated April

30, 1959, to Senator Murray-
Anderson, W. R., superintendent, Saco public schools, letter dated

April 28, 1959, to Senator Murray---

Bacon, Mrs. Mary E., Crestview Junior High School, District R-6,

Glencoe, Mo., letter dated January 9, 1959, to Senator Symington.-
Clouse, John L., West Carrollton, Ohio, letter dated April 1958, to

editor, “Better Schools”.

Cohen, Eli E., executive secretary, National Child Labor Committee,

New York, N.Y., letter dated March 11, 1959, to Senator Murray--
Crandell, Warren C., legislative chairman, Greece Central School Dis-

trict No. 1, Hoover Drive School, Rochester, N.Y., letter dated

March 18, 1959, to Senator Murray--
Edmonds, Arnold L., executive director, Pennsylvania State Chamber

of Commerce, letter dated February 19, 1959, to Senator Murray--
Evanko, John, secretary, Cascade County Trades and Labor Assembly,

Great Falls, Mont., letter dated April 21, 1959, to Senator Murray--

Flemming, Hon. Arthur S., Secretary, Health, Education, and Wel-

fare, letter dated February 20, 1950, to Senator Javits_-

Fuller, Dr. Edgar, executive secretary, Council of Chief State School

Officers, letter dated February 26, 1959, to Senator Murray---

Heller, Dr. Walter W., chairman, Department of Economics, Univer-

sity of Minnesota, letter dated April 2, 1959, to Senator Murray

and Representative Bailey-

Hymes, Mrs. Charles, president, National Council of Jewish Women,

Inc., New York, N.Y., letter dated March 12, 1959, to Senator

Murray--

Lachenbruch, (Mrs.) Leah H., legislative chairman, Santa Clara Chap-

ter National Association of Social Workers, San Jose, Calif., letter

dated March 8, 1959, to Senator Murray-

Lindman, Erick L., chairman, Department of Education, George Pea-

body College for Teachers---

Lutz, Jack L., chairman, salary committee, Durham Unified School

District, Durham, Calif., letter dated April 22, 1959, to Senator

Murray-

McKeehan, James E., assistant professor of physics and mathematics,

Eastern Washington College of Education, Cheney, Wash., letter

dated February 16, 1959, to Senator Jackson -
Meyer, Albert G., Archbishop of Chicago, chairman, department of

education, National Catholic Welfare Conference, letter dated May

4, 1959, to Senator Murray--
Rosellini, Albert D., Governor from the State of Washington, letter

dated February 10, 1959, to Senator Jackson----

Spade, Clara B., secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Sheffield, Pa.,

letter dated April 25, 1959, to Senator Murray--

Staiger, Carolyn, secretary, Montana Education Association, Laurel,

Mont., letter dated April 19, 1959, to Senator Murray--

Stansbury, H.A., managing director, West Virginia Chamber of Com-

merce, letter dated April 11, 1959, to Senator Murray--

Symington, Hon. Stuart, a U.S. Senator from Missouri, Committee

on Armed Services, letter dated March 13, 1959, to Senator Murray-

Walsh, Michael F., commissioner of education, Department of Edu-

cation, Providence, R.I., letter dated March 23, 1959, to Senator

Murray-

Wiley, Tom, state superintendent of public instruction, letter dated

February 25, 1959, to Dr. Edgar Fuller--
Wright, J. C., state superintendent of public instruction, State of Iowa,

letter dated March 5, 1959, to Senator Murray-

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