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COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina, Chairman -OREN HARRIS, Arkansas

GEORGE J. BATES, Massachusetts -THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi SID SIMPSON, Illinois HOWARD W. SMITH, Virginia

J. GLENN BEALL, Maryland ARTHUR G. KLEIN, New York

JOSEPH P. O'HARA, Minnesota - OLIN E. TEAGUE, Texas

HENRY O. TALLE, Iowa JOHN F. KENNEDY, Massachusetts

A. L. MILLER, Nebraska ROBERT E. JONES, JR., Alabama

- JAMES C. AUCHINCLOSS, New Jersey JAMES.C. DAVIS, Georgia

- JOHN J. ALLEN, JR., California WALTER K. GRANGER, Utah

BENJAMIN F. JAMES, Pennsylvania JAMES H. MORRISON, Louisiana

JAMES W. WADSWORTH, New York GEORGE P. MILLER, California FRANK BUCHANAN, Pennsylvania MONROE M. REDDEN, North Carolina PAUL C. JONES, Missouri

WILLIAM N. MCLEOD, Jr., Clerk

JUDICIARY SUBCOMMITTEE

OREN HARRIS, Arkansas, Chairman
THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi JOSEPH O'HARA, Minnesota
ROBERT E. JONES, JR., Alabama

JOHN J. ALLEN, JR., California
OLIN E. TEAGUE, Texas

JAMES C. AUCHINCLOSS, New Jersey

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H. R. 28.

H. R. 2505

H. R. 4981.

Comparison of Senate and House bills to provide for home rule and

reorganization in the District of Columbia -

Statement of

Altman, Sylvia, vice president, Central Suffrage Conference

Auchincloss, Hon. James C., a Representative in Congress from the

State of New Jersey-

Batzell, Elmer E., representing MacArthur Boulevard Citizens'

Association, Washington, D. C.-

Beavers, Joseph A., business agent, local 209, Cooks, Pastry Cooks,

and Kitchen Employees, Hotel and Restaurant Employees and

Bartenders, International Union, A. F. of L..

Beshers, Mrs. Hugh, Women's Alliance of All Souls Church (Unitar-

ian)

Brown, Mrs. Samuel B., Washington section, National Council of

Jewish Women.

Browne, Vincent J., National Association for the Advancement of

Colored People

Bryan, James William, representing the Democratic Central Com-

mittee

Chamberlain, Culver B., Esq., president, Central Suffrage Confer-

Chapman, Bernard C., Federation of Civic Associations.

Colladay, E. F., Esq., general counsel, Washington Board of Trade..

Cummins, Ben, a citizen.

Corning, Dr. Hobart M., Superintendent of Schools, District of

Columbia -

Cutler, Lloyd N., and Sturgis Warner, Washington Home Rule Com-

mittee.

Deane, Hon. Charles B., a Representative in Congress from the

State of North Carolina

De Witt, Maynard B., civic director, American Veterans Committee..

olton, Jack, Amalgamated Casualty Insurance Co.---
Dunn, Mrs. Milton, director in charge of structure of Government,

League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia - -

Evans, Mrs. Gertrude, Progressive Party of the District of Columbia.

Fadler, William F., Jr., Esq., Young Democratic Club, District of

Columbia

Graham, Philip L., publisher, the Washington Post.
Hays, Hon. Brooks, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Arkansas

Hill, Charles S., representing local joint executive board, Hotel and

Restaurant Employees and Bartenders International Union,

A. F. of L.

Hobbs, Hon. Sam, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Alabama
Hodgkins, George W., member, Kalorama Citizens Association.
Kefauver, Hon. Estes, Senator from the State of Tennessee.
Liftin, Morton, District of Columbia Industrial Union Council, CIO.
Lusk, Rufus S., president, Washington Taxpayers Association-
McKee, Jerome B., chairman, department legislative officer, American

Legion, Department of the District of Columbia.
McKelway, Benjamin, editor, the Evening Star-
McLean, Marvin M., ex-president, Brookland Citizens Association -

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Statement of-Continued

Mars, Robert, president, R. Mars Co.---
Matthews, Paul, president, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Washing-

ton, D.C..
Newman, Mrs. Sarah H., president, Potomac Cooperative Federation,

Washington, D. C.

Peterson, Harry N.:

Board of Trustees, Public Library

Chief Librarian, Public Library, District of Columbia-

Preller, C. F., president, Washington Central Labor Union...

Roberts, William A., Esq., Washington, D. C.-

Robinson, Rev. Orris G., board of directors, Washington Federation

of Churches

Sands, Charles E., representing the Hotel and Restaurant Employees

and Bartenders International Union, A. F. of L..

Settle, Thomas S., Esq., secretary and legal adviser, National Capital

Park and Planning Commission...

Sharpe, C. Melvin, chairman, Committee of 100 on the Federal City

of the American Planning and Civic Association --

Shepard, Dr. Marshall L., Recorder of Deeds, District of Columbia..

Sillers, Charlotte, president, Women's Auxiliary, United Public

Workers of America, CIO.

Stone, Mrs. Kathryn H., first vice president, League of Women Voters

of the United States.

Stull, Harry N., Federation of Citizens Associations -

Van 'Arkel, Gerhard, Washington chapter, Americans for Democratic

Action.

Waldrop, Frank C., Washington Times-Herald.

Wender, Harry S., Esq., chairman, District of Columbia Recreation

Board

Whatley, David, attorney, and former resident of the District of

Columbia

Wiley, Mrs. Harvey W., chairman, legislative committee, District of

Columbia Federation of Women's Clubs_

Letters, statements, reports, etc., submitted for the record by—

Atwood, Albert W., president, Board of Library Trustees, the Public

Library of the District of Columbia, statement..

Batzell, Elmer E., representing MacArthur Boulevard Citizens Asso-

ciation, Washington, D. C., hearing application form.

Brown, Mrs. Samuel B., Washington Section, National Council of

Jewish Women, statement..

Colladay, E. F., general counsel, Washington Board of Trade:

Newspaper article, Two Views on Home Rule..

Report of the referendum of the Board of Trade membership on

home rule..

Cummins, Ben:

Letter to Senator Holland..

Poems—-"Its A Shame” and “A Form of Real Democracy”.
Cutler, Lloyd N., and Sturgis Warner, Washington Home Rule Com-

mittee, statement.

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

of North Carolina, extension of remarks in answer to questions

asked by Mr. Harris.

Demaray, A. E., vice chairman, National Capital Park and Planning

Commission, letter to Hon. John L. McMillan, July 14, 1949 -
Foster, Emery M., president, Washington chapter, Unitarian Fellow-

ship for Social Justice, statement, letter to Hon. J. Howard Mc-

Grath, April 9, 1949, and resolution..

Glover, Charles C., III, newspaper article, Two Views on Home

Rule

Graham, Philip L., publisher, the Washington Post, statement -

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Letters, statements, reports, etc.—Continued

Harris, Hon. Oren, a representative in Congress from the State of

Arkansas, letter to the chairman of the House District Committee,

July 9, 1949 from:

Washington Home Rule Committee..

Central Suffrage Conference.
League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia -
District of Columbia chapter of Americans for Democratic Action.

Democratic Central Committee for the District of Columbia --

Harris, Hon. Oren, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Arkansas-Act of 1802 Incorporating the City of Washington.--

Hogan, Mrs. S. J., legislative chairman, Hine Parent-Teachers' Asso-

ciation, statement-

House Committee on the District of Columbia, comparison of Senate

and House bills to provide for home rule and reorganization in the

District of Columbia.

Kefauver, Hon. Estes, Senator from the State of Tennessee, statement-
Lane, M. J., president, Capitol Hill Lions Club, statement.-
Lane, M. J., representative, Southeast Washington Citizens' Asso-

ciation, statement-

Lusk, Rufus S., president, Washington Taxpayers Association, state-

ment.

McKee, Jerome B., chairman, department legislative officer, the

American Legion, Department of the District of Columbia, letter to

House District Committee, June 22, 1949.

National Lawyers Guild, District of Columbia chapter, statement -
O'Hara, Hon. Joseph P., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Minnesota, newspaper article Somebody's Been Kidding ---

Peterson, Harry N.:

Board of Trustees, Public Library, preliminary draft, the Kefauver

bill (S. 1365) and the Public Library's merit system.--

Librarian, Public Library, District of Columbia, statement in re

S. 1527_.

Settle, Thomas S., Esq., secretary and legal adviser, National Capital

Park and Planning Commission letter from Bureau of the Budget --

Sharpe, C. Melvin, chairman, Committee of 100 on the Federal City

of the American Planning and Civic Association, statement..

Stone, Mrs. Margaret F., chairman of legislation, National Women's

Trade Union League of America, statement-

Stull, Harry N., chairman, committee on suffrage, Federation of

Citizens Associations, report of suffrage committee, April 2, 1949.-

Suter, Jesse C., newspaper article, Civic Problems, Cívic Bodies ..

Taggart, Etta L., president, The Washingtonians, statement-

Thomas, William P., Jr., Washington, D. C., letter to Hon. Oren

Harris, July 28, 1949.-

Welt, Mrs. Joseph M., president, National Council of Jewish Women,

Inc., letter to Hon. John L. McMillan, June 22, 1949.-

White, Mrs. Willis, chairman, committee on suffrage, District of

Columbia Federation of Civic Associations, Inc., statement-

Young, John Russell, President, Board of Commissioners, District of

Columbia, report to Hon. John L. McMillan, July 14, 1949---

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