Brannan, Charles F., Secretary of Agriculture...
Chapman, Oscar L., Secretary of Interior, accompanied by Alfred C.
Wolf, Executive Assistant; William Stead, Executive Advisor;
Bruce K. Brown, Petroleum Administrator for Defense; Clifford
B. McManus, Defense Electric Power Administration; and Dr.
James Boyd, Defense Minerals Adminisrtator-
DiSalle, Michael V., Director, Office of Price Stabilization.
Fleischmann, Manly, Administrator, National Production Authority 115
Foster, William C., Administrator, Economic Cooperation Adminis-
Gibson, Edwin T., Acting Administrator, Defense Production Ad-
ministration; accompanied by Jess Larson, Administrator, General
Services Administration; Charles Kendall, General Counsel, Den
fense Producton Administration; and Matthew Hale, Department
of Commerce -
Johnston, Eric, Administrator, Economic Stabilization Agency- 509
Keyserling, Leon H., Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors 262
Larson, Jess, Administrator, General Services Administration - 179
Linder, Harold F., William Coburn Armstrong, Robert Bruce Wright,
Florence Kirlin, State Department.--
Marshall, George C., Secretary of Defense-
Martin, William McChesney, Jr., Chairman, Board of Governors,
Federal Reserve System, accompanied by Ralph A. Young, Director
of Research and Statistics; George B. Vest, General Counsel; Guy
E. Noyes, Director, Division of Selective Credit Regulations; and
Frederic Solomon, Assistant General Counsel.-
Myers, Colby M., Brigadier General, USAF.
Sawyer, Charles, Secretary of Commerce
Small, John D., Chairman, Munitions Board, accompanied by Leonard
Niederlehner, counsel, and Alfred Scanlan, assistant counsel. --- 382, 787
Taylor, Dr. George W., Chairman, Wage Stabilization Board.
Tobin, Maurice J., Secretary of Labor -
Wilson, Charles E., Director of Defense Mobilization; accompanied
by Herbert A. Bergson, general counsel; and Matthew Hale, on
loan from Department of Commerce..
Woods, Tighe E., Housing Expediter, accompanied by Milton Davis,
and Ed Dupree, general counsel..
Senator Long, May 15.
Senator Maybank, May 22 -
Senator Maybank, May 31..
Senator Sparkman, for himself and others, June 4.
Letters, statements, exhibits, etc., submitted for the record by—
Benton, William F., a Únited States Senator from the State of Con-
necticut: Increases in commodity prices and volume of trading,
Brannan, Charles F., Secretary of Agriculture:
Excerpt from statement before House Agricultural Committee
on food prices related to consumer incomes.
Statement before House Agriculture Committee on meat situa-
Bricker, John W., a United States Senator from the State of Ohio:
Article, Reuter's Agency, Rubber Policy O.K.'d by United States,
Article, New York Times, Our Steel Capacity at End of 1952 to
be 117,500,000 Tons a Year, etc.--
Article, New York Times, Steel Mills Continue Fast Pace, etc.- 232