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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 1956 - File 020. 1956-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 22, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1329/show/1279.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript —-■—« SSSSIMBH BWWUBI tion of the Problems of Small Business, Wright Patman, chairman Select Committee to Conduct Investigation and Study of Benefits for Survivors of Deceased Members and Former Members of the Armed Forces, Porter Hardy, Jr., chairman Sia.ix t Committee to Conduct an Investigation and Study of the Financial Position of the White County Bridge Commission, Winfield K. Denton, chairman Congressional Joint Committees, Commissions, and Boards Note: Where no chairman, or a chairman other than a congressman, is listed, two congressional committeemen are- named. Commission for Extension of the United States Capitol, no chairman listed, Sam Rayburn, William F. Knowland Senate Office Building Commission-, William A. Purtell, chairman House Office Building Commission, Sam Rayburn, chairman Joint Committee on Printing, Carl Hayden, chairman Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Clinton P. Anderson, chairman Joint Committee on Construction of a Building for Museum of History and Technology for the Smithsonian Institution, no chairman listed, Clinton P. Anderson, Clarence Cannon Joint Committee on Defense Production, Paul Brown, chairman Joint Committee on Disposition of Executive Papers, no chairman listed, Olin D. Johnston, George S. Long Joint Committee on the Economic Beport, Paul II. Douglas, chairman Joint Committee on Immigration and Nationality Policy', no chairman at present, James O. Eastland, Emanuel Celler Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation, Harry F. Byrd, chairman Joint Committee on the Library, Theodore Francis Green, chairman Joint Committee on Navajo-Hopi Indian Administration, no chairman listed, Clinton P. Anderson, Clair Engle Joint Committee on Beduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures, Harry F. Byrd, chairman Board of Visitors to the Military Academy, no chairman listed, Lister Hill, Olin E. Teague Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, no chairman listed, Dennis Chavez, William H. Natcher Board of Visitors to the Coast Guard Academy, no chairman listed, John O. Pastore, Edward A. Garmatz Board of Visitors to the Merchant Marine Academy, no chairman listed, Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Frank W, Boykin Alexander Hamilton Bicentennial Commission, Karl E. Mundt, chairman Boston National Historic Sites Commission, Mark Bortman of Massachusetts, chairman, Leverett Salton- stall, Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. Correcidor-Bataan Memorial Commission, no chairman listed, Alexander Wiley, James E. Van Zandt Page 18 District of Columbia Auditorium Commission, Mrs- Eugene Meyer of Washington, D. C, chairman, Mat' (hew M. Neely, James H. Morrison Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Commission. DJ chairman listed, Irving M. Ives, John W. McCorma<» J amestown-Williamsburg-Yorktow n Celebration Com mission, Robert V. Hatcher of Richmond, Va., chair-] man, Harry F. Byrd, Edward J. Robeson, Jr. Marine Corps Memorial Commission, Joseph Dal] Probst of 3502 N. Wilton Ave., Chicago 13, 111., chl man, no congressmen Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, Douglas M' Kay, Secretary of the Interior, chairman, A. Willis R0''' ertson, August H. Andresen National Monument Commission, Spencer T. Olin "' Illinois, chairman, W. Kerr Scott, Howard VV. Smith National Forest Reservation Commission. Wilber W Brucker, Secretary of the Army, president, Styl^ Bridges, William M. Colmer Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wenp9 Holmes Devise Fund, L. Quincy Mumford, Librarian of Congress, chairman, no congressmen listed at prese" The Interparliamentary Union, Daniel A. Reed, p"'sl dent Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission, no cha1'' man listed, Karl E. Mundt, Leo W. O'Brien United States Territorial Expansion Memorial Co"' mission, Alben VV. Barkley, chairman Woodrow Wilson Centennial Celehration Com*J sion, Maj. Gen. E. Walton Opie of P. O. Box 59, Stat^ ton, Va., chairman, A. William Robertson, Burr P. H rison Commission on Government Security, no chairflj listed, John Stennis, Francis E. Walter Note: Additional information is given below to facilitate 1 1 letter-writing to Washington. Letters to members of the- Cabinet "^ Supreme Court may be addressed to them, Washington 25, V* THE CABINET ll>" Secretary of State John Foster Di' Secretary of the Treasury George- M. I lump Secretary of Defense Charles E. W"s Attorney General Herbert Brownell > Postmaster General Arthur E. SumrnerH Secretary of the Interior Douglas Mc^ Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft B''"s''' Secretary of Commerce Sinclair W' . Secretary of Labor James P. Mif Secretary of Health, Education, , and Welfare Marion B. Fols* SUPREME COURT J Chief Justice Earl V\'•"' Associates Justices: Hugo L. Black Harold II. Burton Stanley F. Reed Tom C. Clark Felix Frankfurter Shennan Minton William O. Douglas John M. Harlan li Facts Forum News, Mail- " /', acts 1- ■ Perhi Brada'i ** facts K Sli nS to er Of if* joim ft!,!1,8] °n C to * (Aula vv Uta atf for t |£pidly K full eh A'i. *Fo
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