Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency

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Contents

List of Tables 11
47
Bureau of the Mint 6 28
48
NEW FACILITY REQUIREMENTS 10
58
APPENDIX A COIN PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY 51
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APPENDIX B LONGTERM FORECASTING 62
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REQUIREMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT AND SPACE TO MEET
132
Adelstein Stanford vice president Northwestern Engineering Co Rapid Page
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American Bankers Association letter 19
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Commerce Department 18
201
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Batt Jr Administrator Area Redevelopment Administration
19
Denver Colo Chamber of Commerce 23
23
202
25
344
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Letter
128
WEDNESDAY May 1 1963
144
Philip A Hart U S Senator from the State of Michigan
154
Report on S 1257
163
Paul Crabtree special assistant to the Governor of West Virginia
171
345
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Stephens Jr special assistant to the Governor of North
191
Kenneth J Gray Representative in Congress from the State of Illinois
206
William F Schnitzler secretarytreasurer AFLCIO accompanied
219
Virginia Plumbing Mechanical Contractors Association Inc Richmond Page
225
Letter from Anatole A Page
226
National Automatic Sprinkler Fire Control Association Inc New York
231
Irvine H Sprague deputy director of finance State of California
233
167
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Clyde T Ellis general manager William E Murray rural area develop
246
Robert S Nickoloff personal representative of Karl F Rolvaag Governor
257
Wendell Phillips executive vice president Northern National Bank
263
Edwin P Neilan president U S Chamber of Commerce
270
American Farm Bureau Federation
306
Matt Triggs American Farm Bureau Federation
310
American Hotel Motel Association
350
Civil Service Commission
i
2
2
WITNESSES
8
William A Schmidt Deputy Commissioner Public Buildings Service
47
George J Burger vice president National Federation of Independent
55
John T Dunlop chairman Department of Economics Harvard Uni
61
Commerce Department
73
Comptroller General
82
Paul A Askew assistant to the general president International Union
83
Report
107
Tester on behalf of Associated General Contractors of America
110
Trustees and officers 111
111
Bannerman Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Supply
139
Hendrickson executive director National Association
158
Letter to Senator Bartlett 226
169
Hon Karl E Mundt U S Senator from the State of South Dakota 178
178
Black Pete C Troy Ala Telegram to John E Horne Administrator
231
Federal Reserve System 17 19
5
AFLCIO F C Pieper director Region 19 letter on S 874 27
27
Little Arthur D Inc 45
45
SHORTTERM PORECASTS 95
95
Building Construction Trades Department AFLCIO Washington
103
238
109
InterAmerican Affairs Commission Miami Fla
112
Kentucky Department of Commerce
118
257
121
H R 10000 2
2
Maine Department of Education
10
Edward A McDermott Director accompanied by G Lyle Belsley
12
Colorado General Assembly memorial relating to the Denver Mint 22
22
Report 6
6
Re t 5
12
Mangum Chamber of Commerce Mangum Okla
15
Commerce Department report on S 874 18
18
Executive sessions and organizational meetings 23
23
Civil and Defense Mobilization as the Office of Emergency Planning 41
41
Small Business Administration
52
Southern New Jersey Development Council
87
263
94
WITNESSES
6
State Department
23
2
2
Changes in existing law 11
11
Report on S 2161 7
19
Tester Ancle C vice president John Tester Son Inc Clinton Md
7
Federal Home Loan Bank Board 8
8
National League of Insured Savings Associations 10
10
Federal Reserve System Wm McC Martin Jr Chairman Board of Gov
17
LETTERS STATEMENTS AND DATA SUBMITTED FOR
29
Statement by John W Stadtler
37
Pennsylvania Bankers Association
40
First Savings Loan Association of Danville Danville Ill 43
43
U S Chamber of Commerce
iv
Letter from Secretary Dillon to Congressman Mills February
1
Report 5
5
Housing and Home Finance Agency 7 10
7
Report 10
10
Stockpile inventories table 17
17
Peoples Natural Gas Co 20
20
Reorganization Plan No 5 of 1953 the ExportImport Bank of Wash
21
Mississippi Bankers Association 39
39
Little Arthur D Inc report to the Director of the Bureau of the Budget
45
National Small Business Association trustees and officers 111
111
310
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III
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Treasury Department 16
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Page 153 - ... a fair proportion of the total purchases and contracts for property and services for the Government (including but not limited to contracts for maintenance, repair, and construction...
Page 152 - ... where there is a reasonable expectation that bids or proposals will be obtained from a sufficient number of responsible small business concerns so that awards will be made at reasonable prices.
Page 150 - There are hereby authorized to be appropriated such funds as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act.
Page 308 - Our educational belief is that in the long run if men know what they are going to do and how they are going to do it...
Page 74 - The essence of the American economic system of private enterprise is free competition. Only through full and free competition can free markets, free entry into business, and opportunities for the expression and growth of personal initiative and individual judgment be assured. The preservation and expansion of such competition is basic not only to the economic wellbeing but to the security of this Nation. Such security and well-being cannot be realized unless the actual and potential capacity of small...
Page 168 - Hamilton, in his able and invaluable report in 1791 on the establishment of a mint, declared that " to annul the use of either gold or silver as money is to abridge the quantity of circulating medium, and is liable to all the objections which arise from a comparison of the benefits of a full circulation with the evils of a scanty circulation.
Page 24 - The President is further authorized to provide for the establishment and training of a nucleus executive reserve for employment in executive positions in Government during periods of emergency.
Page 278 - I appear today on behalf of the chamber of commerce of the United States. The national chamber appreciates this opportunity to appear before the Senate Banking Subcommittee on Production and Stabilization to express its position on S.
Page 153 - Government's total purchases, would thereby help to maintain a healthy community of small firms and, hence, would assure the existence of a broadly competitive industry. (2) It is obvious that the effect of the reservation of any procurement for competition exclusively for small business firms, pursuant to the Small Business Act, potentially rules out lower bids of large business firms. Therefore, it Is impossible to tell whether, or the extent to which, there might have been lower bids from large...
Page 192 - The largest copper piece will nearly answer to the half-penny sterling, and the smallest, of course, to the farthing. Pieces of very small value are a great accommodation, and the means of a beneficial economy to the poor, by enabling them to purchase, in small portions, and at a more reasonable rate, the necessaries of which they stand in need.

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