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Letters, prepared statements—Continued

Messex, Gladys R., State IFT president, the Idaho Federation of

Teachers affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers,

AFL-CIO, Pocatello, Idaho, March 8, 1959...

Miles, John R., Manager, education department, Chamber of Com-

merce of the United States Washington, D.C., March 20, 1959.-

National Association of Manufacturers..

New Jersey Education Association on the Murray-Metcalf Federal

school support bill.

Nixon, Hugh, executive secretary, Massachusetts Teachers Asso-

ciation, Boston, March 3, 1959_

Pilot, Mrs. Jean, chairman, Governor's committee on school aid

distribution-

Price, Dix, executive secretary, Arizona Educational Association.-

Putnam, Rex, superintendent of public instruction, State of Oregon,

Department of Education, Salem, Oreg., March 4, 1959-

Reuther, Victor G., director, Washington office, United Automobile

Workers Union, accompanied by Samuel Jacobs, Washington

representative, UAW...

Rumph, Mal, M.D., president, Association of American Physicians &

Surgeons, Inc., Chicago, Ill., February 12, 1959--

Saathoff, A. B., controller, Oakland Public Schools, Oakland, Calif.,

March 19, 1959-

Senate, U.S., Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor

and Public Welfare, Washington, D.C.-

Staggers, Hon. Harley O., a Representative in Congress from the State

of West Virginia--

Washington Tells Us,” The Norfolk Daily News, Tuesday, January

13, 1959..

Watson, K. Brantley, Dr., statement on Federal aid to education ---

Weitzer, Bernard, national legislative director of the Jewish War

Veterans of the United States of America -

West Virginia Chamber of Commerce documenting its support of

measures designed to increase local revenues for West Virginia

public schools...

Whitehouse, Albert, director, industrial union department, AFL-CIO.
Wiley, Tom, superintendent of public instruction, Department of

Education, State of New Mexico, Santa Fe, March 3, 1959---
Wright, J. Ć., State superintendent of public instruction, State of

Iowa, Department of Public Instruction, Des Moines, March 5,

1959.

Young, Vincent J., president, Local 481, Newark, N.J., March 11,

1959.

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568

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567

Coleman, LaVera, Local 886, Kankakee Federation of Teachers, Kankakee,

IU..
Cope, Mrs. Bertha M., secretary, Everett Federation of Teachers, Local

772, Everett, Wash

Corey, Dr. Arthur F., State executive secretary, California Teachers Asso-

ciation, San Francisco, Calif.

Cramer, Dave, president, Fort Wayne Teachers Council, Local 700.-

Cronin, Mr. Arnold G., president, Franklin Park Council, Local No. 571,

West Surburban Teachers Union, American Federation of Teachers, Oak

Park, Ill..

Dalton, Mr. Thomas E., president, AFT, Local No. 662, Calumet Town-

ship Teachers Federation, Gary, Ind.---

De Mars, Robert, American Federation of Teachers, Chicago, Ill.--

De Mars, Robert, president, Lincoln Park Federation of Teachers, Local

910, Lincoln Park, Mich -

Eilerman, Louis J., California State Federation of Teachers, Long Beach,

Calif..

Fewkes, Mr. John M., president, Chicago Teachers Union, Chicago, Ill.

Fisher, Mr. Gerald R., president, Utica Federation of Teachers, Utica, N.Y.

Fogarty, Hon. John E., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Rhode Island...

Foley, Hon. John R., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Maryland

Furcolo, Foster, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Halpern, Hon. Seymour, a Representative in Congress from the State of

New York

Hecht, Mr. George J., chairman, the American Parents Committee, Inc.,

New York, N.Y.

Heickman, Mary E., Local 1328, Houston Federation of Teachers, Houston,

Tex...

Heller, Mr. A. James, president, American Federation of Teachers, Chicago,

Ill.

Heller, Mr. A. James, president, Minneapolis Federation of Teachers No.

59, Minneapolis, Minn
Hinds, Edna Ġ., president of Binghamton Federation of Teachers No. 1218,

Binghamton, NY.
Hochwalt, Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. G. director, National Catholic Welfare Con-

ference, Washington, D.C.

Holder, Victoria, president, Council Bluffs, Iowa, No. 738, the American

Federation of Teachers..

Huntoon, Olive, legislative chairman, American Association of University

Women, Kensington, Md.-

Jackson, Mr. Clarence, president of Kokomo Federation of Teachers, Local

811, Kokomo, Ind..

Jaffe, Sophie, exchange section, Local No. 871, New Britain Federation of

Teachers, Chicago, Ill.

Johnson, Hon. Harold T., a Representative in Congress from the State of

California
Justin, Florence, president, Bremerton Federation of Teachers, Local No.

336, Bremerton, Wash..
Karth, Hon. Joseph E., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Minnesota..

Kelley, Joseph P., president, Pawtucket Teachers' Alliance, Local No. 930,

A.F. of T., Pawtucket, R.I.-

Kiernan, Bernard J., president, Lawrence Teachers Union, Local 1019,

American Federation of Teachers, Lawrence, Mass -
Kopp, Doyle E., president, Community Unit District No. 2, Federation of

Teachers, Local Union No. 1234, Mattoon, Ill.-

Larson, Mr. Frank, Falls Federation of Teachers, Local 331, International

Falls, Minn..

Lavender, E. L. Jack, recording and corresponding secretary, Wellston

Federation 'of Teachers, Wellston, Ohio..

Linsky, Miss Belle, Massachusetts Federation of Teachers, American Fed-

eration of Teachers, Boston, Mass.--

Little, Norman M., president, Missouri State Federation of Teachers, the

American Federation of Teachers, North Kansas City, Mo---

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McDonald, Thomas P., president, Peabody Teachers Union Local 1289, Page
American Federation of Teachers, Peabody, Mass.-

574
McGlynn, Margaret L., president, Nashua Teachers Union, Local 1044,
American Federation of Teachers, Nashua, N.H.

572
Marshall, James D., executive director, the Associated General Contractors
of America, Inc., Washington, D.C-

560

Miller, Hon. Clement W., a Representative in Congress from the State of

California.

543

Oliver, Hon. James C., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Maine-

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Oregon:

Enrolled House Joint Memorial No. 2, introduced by Representatives

Skelton, Hand, Barton, Benedict, Cook, Kirkpatrick, McKinnis,

Monagahan, Shaw, Van Hoomissen, and Whelan and Senators

Sweetland, Alfred Corbett, Dimick, Grenfell and Straub.-

579

Oregon school construction needs heavy, 1954–64 (chart)--

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The new supply of teachers is still far short of our needs, Oregon-

Nation 1955–58 (chart) -

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Parish, Mr. Glenn, Superior Federation of Teachers, Local No. 202, Su-
perior, Wis.

563
Patterson, Gladys, president, Local No. 828, American Federation of
Teachers, Sioux City, Iowa.

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Pincus, Celia, president, Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, Philadelphia,

Pa..

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Porter, Hon. Charles O., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Oregon.-

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Quinn, Sarah, president, Waterbury Federation of Teachers, Waterbury,

Conn.

574

Razumich, Mr. Robert J., president of Local No. 4, Gary Teachers Union,

Gary, Ind.

562

Robinson, Marcelene, president, Ottumwa Federation of Teachers, Local
No. 1112, American Federation of Teachers, Ottumwa, Iowa-.

573
Sarland, Dorothy A., president, Coventry Teachers' Alliance, Local No.
1075, Coventry, R.I.

572

Schefkind, Sylvia, president, Local No. 482, the Paterson Teachers Union,

American Federation of Teachers, Paterson, N.J.

565

Simons, Mr. Newton W., Teachers Federation 885, Pittsburgh, Pa--- 570

Snail, Mrs. Melvin, president, Pontiac Federation of Teachers, Local 417,

Pontiac, Mich..

564

Wade, Keith A., principal, Coos Bay Public Schools, Coos Bay, Oreg 546

Wagner, Mr. Wm. K., president, Čedar Rapids Federation of Teachers,

Local No. 716, Cedar Rapids, Iowa --

566

STATISTICAL INFORMATION
Actual and projected occupational distribution of workers: 1900–1975---
Classroom shortages reported to U.S. Office of Education and adequacy of

idle bond capacity for building such rooms in West Virginia's 55 school
districts (compiled by the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, March
10, 1959)

460
Earnings of all workers and of public school teachers, 1929 and 1957-

419
Enrollment and current expenditures in public schools, 1900–1959.

415
Enrollment and instructional staff in public schools, 1900–1959.-

416
Estimated number of temporary (emergency) teachers employed, 1958–59. 27
How States would fare under Murray-Metcalf school support bill (S. 2
and H.R. 22) during fourth year of operation.-

428
Indiana State and local public school expenditures.-

515
New construction in 1948 and 1958_

422
Percent of selected State-local expenditures financed by Federal aid, State
revenues, and local revenues in fiscal year 1957-

60
Percent of the 1955 enrollment, at 30 pupils per room, that could be housed

in classrooms constructed during 1955, 1956, 1957, and 1958, related to
the 1956 per capita income of the States.-

513
Percent that interest rates on high-grade municipal bonds are of U.S.
Government taxable bonds and on Aaa corporate bonds.

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Percent the estimated allocation proposed under Murray-Metcalf bill at

$25 per child (5–17) in 1959–60 is of total public elementary and second-

ary school expenditures, 1958–59, by States.-

Postwar growth of State-local and Federal expenditures, revenues, and

debt (selected fiscal years 1946 to current) -

Potential increase of "current expenditure" levies constitutionally author-

ized for West Virginia's school districts at the 1958 general election

(compiled by the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, March 10, 1959) -

School bonds sold during 1958 to finance cons iction of public elementary

and secondary schools..

School Construction Assistance Act of 1959 (S. 1016 and H.R. 4268):

Allocation of $600 million, adjusted for State school effort index,

Alaska not included in continental U.S. total, for fiscal year ending

June 30, 1960.-

Allocation of $600 million, unadjusted for State school effort index,

Alaska not included in continental U.S. totals for fiscal year ending

June 30, 1960----

Allocations to States (including Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico,

and Virgin Islands) as provided for in sections 4 and 5 of bill, for

fiscal year ending June 30, 1960-

State and local government public schoʻl expenditures, United States ---

State and local tax revenues during fiscal year 1957 in four selected States

(Delaware, Maine, Mississippi, and Montana) -

Total expenditures for public schools, capital outlay, and interest on

school debt: 1956–57.-.

Various bond interest rates and volume of bonds sold for public elementary-

secondary school construction.-

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