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EIGHTY-THIRD CONGRESS */ - s (" / SECOND SESSION /or ON

H. R. 8832, H. R. 9834, H. R. 9835,
and H. R. 98.90

BILLS TO PROVIDE FOR THE TERMINATION OF GOVERNMENT
OPERATIONS WHICH ARE IN COMPETITION WITH
PRIVATE ENTERPRISE

JUNE 14, 15, 16, AND 19, 1954

--→ Printed for the use of the Committee on Government Operations ,

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Page H. R. 883?------------------------------------------------------- I H. R. 9834------------------------------------------------------- 3 H. R. 9835------------------------------------------------------- 4 H. R. 9835 as reported by the Committee on Government Operations, July 21, 1954--------------------------------------------------- 6 H. R. 9890------------------------------------------------------- 5 Statement of Blocher, William F., president, International Association of Blue Print and Allied Industries----------------------------------- 177 Boland, Daniel, general counsel, National Paint Association - - - - - - - - 169 Brundage, Percival F., deputy director, Bureau of the Budget------- 201 Brylawski, Henry H., executive secretary and general counsel, District of Columbia Business Practices Council -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 196 Castle, Benjamin F., executive vice president, Milk Industry Foundation-------------------------------------------------------- 114 Cerin, Elmer, representing E. P. Hinkel & Co., Inc - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 166 Curtis, Hon. Thomas B., a Representative in Čongress from the State of Missouri------------------------------------------------- 10 Ellis, Otis H., general counsel, National Oil Jobbers Council__ _ _ _ _ _ _ 241 Emmons, Blyth, director, Washington Office of the National Small Business Men's Association----------------------------------- 79 Gło, M. D., executive vice president, New York Board of Trade, 7 DC-------------------------------------------------------- 5 Hamilton, Randy H., Director of the Federal Affairs Division, American Municipal Association------------------------------------ 26 Hibben, Robert C., executive secretary, International Association of ice Cream Manufacturers. '' . . . . . . 160 Honeywell, Charles F., Administrator, Business and Defense Services Administration, Department of Commerce---------------------- 214 Hubbard, Eugene P., business agent, secretary-treasurer, local 246, milk drivers and dairy employees for greater Washington area- - - - 234 Jackman, William, president, the Investors League, Inc.------------ 191 Jackson, James E., executive director, Georgia Dairy Association---- 122 Johnson, Jerry P., representing the American Warehousemen's Association----------------------------------------------------- 132 Keller, Robert F., assistant to the Comptroller General; accompanied by Karney A. Brasfield, associate director, Accounting Systems Division, General Accounting Office---------------------------- 259 Kile, Elton, president, National Associated Businessmen, Inc., Kileville, Ohio-------------------------------------------------- 48 King, Willford I., economist, Committee for Constitutional Govern- 20 ment------------------------------------------------------Maudlin, C. V., Washington representative, National Association of Waste Material Dealers, Inc ---------------------------------- 149 Munce, Marshall G., vice president, York Corp., and vice chairman, Industrial Problems Committee, National Association of Manufacturers------------------------------------------------------ 44 Opoliner, Albert G., representing the Tillman-Lennett Distributing System, Inc.----------------------------------------------- 103, 110 Pike, Thomas P., Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics------------------------------------------------------ 224 Seegmiller, Keith, National Association of County Officials------- - - - 183 Smith, Arthur Clarendon, Jr., second vice president, District of Columbia Trucking Association---------------------------------- 31 Stringfellow, George E., president, New Jersey Taxpayers Association- 95 Taylor, Tyre, general counsel, Southern States Industrial Council---- 40

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Statement of Continued

Teetor, Lothair, Assistant Secretary for Domestic Affairs, Department

of Commerce; accompanied by Charles F. Honeywell, Administrator,

Business and Defense Services Administration, Department of Com-

Varrone, Anthony, business manager, Brushmakers Union, local 16303,
American Federation of Labor--------------------------------

Ward, Quaife M., assistant to the president of the American Retail

Association-------------------------------------------------

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

Blocher, William F., president, International Association of Blue Print

and Allied Industries: Statement------- -------------------. --

Boland, Daniel, general counsel, National Paint Association:

Statement------------------------------------------------

Telegram from American Paint Co., to National Paint, Varnish,
and Lacquer Association, Washington, D. C

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

State of Indiana:

Letter from Blyth Emmons, director, Washington, D. C., office

of the National Small Business Men's Association, to Hon.

Charles B. Brownson-------------------------------------

Resolution adopted April 5, 1954------------------------

Brundage, Percival F., deputy director, Bureau of the Budget:
Excerpt from President Eisenhower's campaign statement------
Section 4 of H. R. 9835------------------------------------

Brylawski, Henry H., executive secretary and general counsel, District

of Columbia Business Practices Council:

Bulletin No. 54–11 from Roland Hughes, Director, Bureau of the

Budget re Use of Government facilities and manpower in ac-

tivities of Federal employee organizations

Letter from Rowland Hughes, Director, Bureau of the Budget, to

Bernard N. Burnstine, June 18, 1954-----------------------

Hamilton, Randy H., Director of the Federal Affairs Division, Ameri-
can Municipal Association: Representative cases of surplus real
property transferred to Federal agencies out of surplus inventory,
resulting in discontinuance of tax payments to local governments---

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Sample report from post commanders

Statement------------------------------------------------

Supplemental statement------------------------------------

Jackman, William, president, the Investors League, Inc.: Excerpt
from Seventh Intermediate Report of Government Operations
Committee, December 31, 1951--------------------------------

Johnson, Jerry P., representing the American Warehousemen's Asso-

ciation: Letter from William Dalton to Hon. Clare E. Hoffman,

July 16, 1954-----------------------------------------------

Keller, Robert F., assistant to the Comptroller General: Statement--
Kile, Elton, president, National Associated Businessmen, Inc.,
Kileville, Ohio: Statement------------------------------------

Maudlin, C. W., Washington representative, National Association of

Waste Material Dealers, Inc.:

Excerpt from report of Senate Select Committee on Small

Business

Proviso from Department of Defense Appropriation Act for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 1955---------------------------

Statement—Government-operated aluminum-sweating facilities-
Letter from Senator Homer Ferguson to Hon. Charles E.
Wilson, August 13, 1953------------------------------

Munce, Marshall G., vice president, York Corp., and vice chairman,

Industrial Problems Committee, National Association of Manu-

facturers:

Basic policy of the National Association of Manufacturers on

Government competition with private enterprise------------

National Association of Manufacturers' policy on hydroelectric
power development--------------------------------------
Opoliner, Albert G., representing the Tillman-Lennett Distributing
System, Inc.: Statement

Osmers, Hon. Frank C., Jr., a Representative in Congress from the

State of New Jersey:

Excerpt from H. R. 9890-----------------------------------

Letter from Clarence R. Miles, Chamber of Commerce of the

United States, July 13, 1954------------------------------

Statement of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States-

Appendix A–Statement of policy-------------------

Letter from Harold Howe, manager, Washington, D. C., office,
American Institute of Laundering, to Hon. Cecil M. Harden,
July 12, 1954-------------------------------------------
Letter from Hon. George A. Dondero, a Representative in
Congress from the State of Michigan, to Hon. Frank C. Osmers,
Jr., July 12, 1954----------------------------------------
Letter from Hon. Herbert Hoover, former President of the United
States, to Hon. Clare E. Hoffman, July 13, 1954

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