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Additional data submitted for the information of the committee by-Con.
Congress of Industrial Organizations--Continued

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Wilson, Charles E., Defense Mobilizer, letter of September 26,
1951, to Walter P. Reuther.---

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1950 census of housing-Structural condition of occupied sub-
standard dwelling units (table).

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1950 census of housing--Substandard and dilapidated units-
Percent of renters who pay (table)--

1469
39 percent increase found in San Diego rents—Navy gives figures
after survey of homes occupied by personnel.

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Dairy Industry Committee:

Appendix A.----

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Cattle on farms, January 1 (chart).

962

Dondero, Hon. George A.:

H. R. 7342. A bill to amend the Defense Production Act of

1950, etc.-

1377

Federal Reserve System, Board of Governors:

Analysis of personal savings data

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Table A.-Calculation of personal saving-

1369

Table B.-The composition of personal saving-

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Table C.-Changes in consumers' holdings of liquid assets. - 1371

Harrison, Hon. Burr P.:

Petition for reconsideration of apple ceiling regulations.

1592

Western New York Apple Growers Association, Inc., letter of

November 17, 1951, to W. G. Carberry-

1594

Western New York Apple Growers Association, Inc., letter of

December 12, 1951, to Jerry Foytik.---

1596

Illinois Manufacturers Association:

Resolution adopted at International Trade Forum-Govern-
ment controls over foreign trade and foreign exchange.--

913
Iowa Swine Producers Association:

Average weight of primal cuts, 200- to 240-pound hog (chart)---- 1123
Larger demand for light weight cuts-limited demand for heavy-
weight cuts (chart)-

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Market at lighter weights--when adequately finished (chart). 1123

Javits, Hon. Jacob K.:

Memorandum on H. R. 6843 to establish import quotas on prod-

ucts containing materials which are subject to domestic prior-

ities or allocations.

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Ten Top Economists Predict Inflation, article from New York

Times of May 18, 1952.-

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Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.:
Arnall's profit-reduction plan (chart)---

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Average hourly earnings of steelworkers versus prices of iron and
steel products (chart)-

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Distribution of steel industry's 1951 sales revenue per man-hour
(chart).

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Distribution of steel industry's 1951 sales revenue per man-hour

with Wage Stabilization Board recommendations (chart)----- 1219
Estimated cost of Wage Stabilization Board recommendations
(average for the industry) (table)----

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Feinsinger's formula for wages, average hourly earnings of steel-
workers (chart).

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Funds available for plant improvements, dividends, and sinking-
fund requirements, 1951-52 (table).

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Increased wages and salaries versus purchased materials costs
(chart)

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Letter of May 24, 1952, to Hon. Brent Spence_

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Moreell, Admiral Ben, letter of March 15, 1952, to Roger L.

Putnam, Administrator, Economic Stabilization Agency -- 1204
Net income as percent of net worth, leading manufacturing cor-
porations in 45 industries, 1935–51 (table)

1215
Present-day relationship, finished steel-facility costs, steel prices
and profits (ehart)--

1214
Steel industry employment costs versus purchased products and
services (chart)--

1220

Additional data submitted for the information of the committee by-Con.
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.--Continued

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Who pays the cost of WSB recommendations-cents per man-
hour and millions of dollars per year (chart)-

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Who pays the cost of WSB recommendations? (chart).

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Jones, Rowland, Jr., American Retail Federation, letter of May 27,
1952, to Hon. Brent Spence---

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Kilburn, Hon. Clarence E.:

Lewis, Madison H., Director, the Borden Co., excerpt from letter

of...

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Lucas, Hon. Wingate:

"Mr. Feinsinger Errs,” editorial from New York Times of May
8, 1952

1579

Milk Industry Foundation:

Net profit after taxes as part of the sales dollar (chart).

977

Proposed amendment-

983

National Association of Frozen Food Packers;

Chart 1. Stocks of frozen fruits and vegetables as of January 1.. 1081

Chart 2. Production of frozen fruits and vegetables.

1082

Chart 3. Retail price indexes (December 1950=100).

1082

Chart 4. Freezers' selling prices as compared to ceilings, April 1952. 1083

Chart 5. Freezers' selling prices as compared to ceilings, April

1952 (percent of pack)

1083

National Association of Manufacturers, letter of May 29, 1952, to

Hon. Brent Spence, in regard to information requested by Congress-
man Rains in part 1, page 711.-

1652

National Association of Real Estate Boards:

Area rent office, Atlanta, Ga., letter of February 8, 1952, to

member of Rent Advisory Board ..

1267

Exhibit A. Classified ads hint easing of housing lack-

1254

Number of rental ads appearing yearly in Minneapolis

Star and Tribune, 1942-51 (chart) -

1255

Exhibit B. Careful, Now-article from Pittsburgh Press, March

28, 1952.

1256

Number of apartment and home rental ads appearing yearly

in all Pittsburgh newspapers 1942–51 (chart)--

1257

Exhibit C. Critical areas, rent-control map---

1258

Exhibit D:
Rise in urban rents after decontrol (chart).

Facing 1248
Rents and cost of living; average of nine decontrolled cities
(chart)

Facing 1248

Exhibit E. Northeastern New Jersey area rent office, letter of

October 19, 1951, to Alexander Summer, Inc.

1259

Report in regard to real-estate credit restrictions.

1269

National Canners Association:

April 1 stocks, canned fruits and vegetables, 1947 to 1952 (chart). 1048
Canners selling price in relation to ceilings - April 1952 (chart) 1050
Production: Canned fruits and vegetables (chart).

1007
Proposed amendment: To provide for suspension of price controls

on agricultural commodities and products processed therefrom. 1056
Retail price trends, 1935–39=100 (chart).

1049
USDA 1952 production goal, processing vegetables (chart)

1048

National Cheese Institute, Inc.:

Cheese: Quantities manufactured in the United States, 1931 to

date..

845

Cheese: United States imports for consumption, by variety,

1931 to date..

846

Milk production on farms, United States, 1930–51.

844
United States imports and exports of specified dairy products,
average for years 1934-38 and 1950.

841
United States tariff rates on cheese..

847
National Creameries Association:

Chart 1. Number of milk cows and heifers 2 years old and over

kept for milk on farms and numbers of meat animals, expressed
as percentages of the 1935–39 average numbers-January 1,
1910–52.

813

Chart 2. Number of cows and heifers eliminated from United

State dairy herds during the year, per 100 cows and heifers

first of year-1930–52.-

814

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Additional data submitted for the information of the committee by-Con.

National Creameries Association-Continued

Chart 3. United States average farm prices of beef cattle and

milk sold wholesale from farms, expressed as percentages of

parity prices, 1937-51.--

Table 1.- Index numbers of meat animals and milk cattle on

farms, United States, January 1, 1910-52 -

Table 2.-Changes in milk cow numbers, heifers, number of cows

and heifers eliminated during the year, and total milk produc-

tion and production per cow—United States, 1924-51.-

Table 3.-Únited States average farm prices of beef cattle, milk

sold wholesale, and butterfat, expressed as percentages of

parities, 1937-51..

Table 1.-United Kingdom butter contract prices with Australia,

New Zealand, and Denmark.-

Table 5.- Value of exports and imports of all dairy products,

1937-51.

Table 6.—United States: Value of imports of specified dairy

products, 1951.--.

Table 7.—Value of exports of specified dairy products, 1951.--

Table 8.—Procurement authorizations under the ECA program,

by countries of destination, by specified commodities and

commodity groups, in millions of dollars, April 3, 1948, to No-

vember 30, 1951.

Table 9.-Percentages of total procurement authorizations, ECA

program, accounted for by specified commodities and com-

modity groups, total for food, feed, fertilizer, cotton, and

tobacco by countries, April 3, 1948, to November 30, 1951.---

Table 10.—Percentages of total procurement authorizations,

ECA program, by commodities and commodity groups,

accounted for by procurement authorizations granted specified

countries, April 3, 1948, through November 30, 1951.-

National Foreign Trade Council, Inc.:

Appendix A. Summary of analysis and conclusions regarding
inter-governmental commodity provisions of the Habana

Charter.
Appendix B. Summary of actions by United Nations agencies
in furtherance of intergovernmental commodity concept of

Habana Charter...

National Foundation for Consumer Credit:

American Retail Federation for Retail Industry Committee:

Excerpt from testimony before Senate Banking and Currency

Committee, March 17, 1952

Chamber of Commerce-excerpt from policy statement approved

April 1952.-

Roster, retail planning committee of the Retail Industry Com-

mittee

National Independent Meat Packers Association:

Annual per capita consumption of meat, 1943–51.-
Beef-comparison of current selling prices with OPS ceiling

prices, Baltimore, Md., May 12, 1952

Comparison of current selling prices with OPS ceiling prices-

pork products, May 12, 1952.

Letter of May 27, 1952, to Hon. Henry 0. Talle.
Pork prices in the Southeast .

Resolution adopted at Chicago, April 30, 1952
National Institute of Municipal Law Officers, Washington, D. C.---
National Live Stock Producers Association:

Chart 1. Average farm prices of hogs compared with legal price

ceiling minimums.
Chart 2. Retail beef prices compared with farm prices of cattle..
Chart 3. Retail pork prices compared with farm prices of hogs..
Chart 4. Commercial cattle slaughter, North Atlantic area as a

percentage of total United States.
Chart 5. Commercial cattle slaughter, north central area as a

percentage of total United States
Chart 6. Commercial cattle slaughter, Pacific coast area as a

percentage of total United States..

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Additional data submitted for the information of the committee by-Con.

National Milk Producers Federation:

Andresen, Hon. August H., letter of May 6, 1952, to Food and

Drug Administration, Federal Security Agency

Appendix A. Existence of trade barriers of principal countries

exporting cheese to United States.

Chart 1. Index of annual production of blue cheese, United

States and Dairyland Cooperative, 1947–52 (1947=100)

Chart 2. Price relationships of domestic and imported Danish

blue cheese and United States average price of milk for manu-

facturing purposes, by months, January 1949 to March 1952..

Chart 3. Quantity and source of United States supplies of blue

cheese, 1945–51...

Chart 4. Source of United States supplies of blue mold cheese,

1947–54, with projections for 1952 through 1954 without

import quotas.-

Chart 5. Milk equivalent of imports and exports of dairy products,

United States, 1925–51.-

Chart 6. Approximate degree of subsidization of United States

exports of dairy products, 1948–51.

Crawford, C. W., Commissioner, Food and Drugs, Federal Secur-

ity Agency, letter of May 9, 1952, to Hon. August H. Andresen.

Resolution adopted at national convention, Dayton, Ohio, 1951.-

Table 1.- United States exports of dairy products by countries of

destination, 1939, 1949, 1950, and 1951-dairy product export

value by years -

Table 2.--Approximate degree of subsidization of United States

exports of dairy products, 1948–51...

National Renderers Association:

Price comparisons, inedible tallow with other domestically pro-

duced fats and oils.

Office of Price Stabilization:

Ceiling price regulations for fresh fruits and vegetables are work-

able.

Consumer price index, 1935–39=100

Cost of living in United States and selected foreign countries

Current pressure for increase in ceiling prices, May 29, 1952

Estimated expenditures on new plant and equipment by United

States business (table).

Index of prices paid by farmers.

Letter of May 8, 1952, to Hon. Brent Spence.

Letter of May 29, 1952, to Hon. Brent Spence.

Letter of June 3, 1952, in regard to testimony of Ariel C. Merrill

of Arown Guernsey Farms, Inc.
Letter of June 6, 1952, to Hon. Brent Spence, in regard to letter

of Rowland Jones, Jr., of American Retail Federation -

Memorandum: Comments on testimony by Mr. Costley of the

National Automobile Dealers Association..

Memorandum: Reasons for the use of standard mark-ups in

CPR's 15 and 16.

Memorandum: Retail coal ceiling price regulation.

Memorandum: Special consideration given by OPS to small

business.

Memorandum: Validity of retail price data used by Governor

Arnall...

Press release of May 19, 1952—fats and oils.
Press release of Monday, May 19, 1952-suspension of controls

on raw cotton, textiles

Retail grocery ceiling prices.

The facts about potatoes

Tiedeman, E. W., Chief, Dairy Branch, Office of Price Stabiliza-

tion, letter to A. C. Merrill, vice president, Arown Guernsey

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