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PUBLIC SCHOOLS

HEARINGS

BEFORE A

les condividerat.SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE

COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE

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BILLS TO AUTHORIZE THE MAKING OF GRANTS
AND LOANS TO THE STATES TO ASSIST IN PRO-
VIDING ADEQUATE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY
AND SECONDARY SCHOOL FACILITIES

JUNE 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, AND 15, 1949

Printed for the use of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare

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ELBERT D. THOMAS, Utah, Chairman JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana

ROBERT A. TAFT, Ohio CLAUDE PEPPER, Florida

GEORGE D. AIKEN, Vermont LISTER HILL, Alabama

H. ALEXANDER SMITH, New Jersey MATTHEW M. NEELY, West Virginia

WAYNE MORSE, Oregon PAUL H. DOUGLAS, Illinois

FORREST C. DONNELL, Missouri HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota GARRETT L. WITHERS, Kentucky

EARL B. WIXCEY, Clerk

SUBCOMMITTEE ON CONSTRUCTION OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES

HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota, Chairman JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana

GEORGE D. AIKEN, Vermont LISTER HILL, Alabama

WAYNE MORSE, Oregon

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CONTENTS

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I. ALPHABETICAL LIST OF WITNESSES

Alves, H. F., Director, Division of School Administration, Office of Educa- Page
tion, Federal Security Agency

91
Borchardt, Selma M., vice president and Washington representative,
American Federation of Teachers.--

352
Burkhead, G. C., superintendent of schools, Elizabethtown, Ky-

316
Capehart, Hon. Homer E., a United States Senator from the State of

Indiana ..

-Dawson, Howard A., director of rural service, National Education Associa-

tion, and executive secretary, National Conference of County Superin-

tendents

53

Eater, J. W., superintendent of schools, Rantoul, III.

313

Elliott, Maxwell, acting general counsel, Federal Works Agency -

193

Ewing, Hon. Oscar R., Federal Security Administrator.

65

Fuller, Edgar, executive secretary, National Council of Chief State School

Officers

124

Gifford, Nathan, supervising principal, Dover Township public schools,

Toms River, N. J.

Goodloe, Raymond, chairman, board of education, Midwest City, Okla - 343

Goodwilí

, Glen T., superintendent of schools, Monterey public schools,

Monterey, Calif

292

-Guernsey, George T., associate director of education, Congress of Indus-

trial Organizations.

344

Hecht, George J., chairman, American Parents Committee...

235
Henderson, Elmer W., director, American Council on Human Rights,
Washington, D. C.

355

Hines, Lewis G., national legislative representative, American Federation

of Labor.--

347

Hudtloff, A. G., superintendent of schools, Clover Park, Wash,

306

Jaeger, Herman F., superintendent of schools, Grand Coulee, Wash.

324

Katzenmaier, A. J., superintendent of schools, North Chicago, III.--

323
Kerr, Hon. Robert S., a United States Senator from the State of Oklahoma 269

Larson, Hon. Jess, Administrator, Federal Works Agency

191

Lillywhite, B. A., school analyst, Federal Works Agency

202

Lindman, Dr. E. L., deputy superintendent of public construction, State

of Washington.-

181

Magnuson, Hon. Warren G., a United States Senator from the State of

Washington

Marrow, Alfred J., president, Harwood Manufacturing Corp., New York,

N. Y

264

Marshall, James, member, New York City Board of Education -

359
McClure, Dr. Worth, executive secretary, American Association of School
Administrators

230
McClurkin, W. D., professor of school administration, Peabody College,
Nashville, Tenn.-

257
McDonald, Angus, Farmers' Union, Washington, D. C.

263
McFadden, C. B., superintendent of schools, Moses Lake, Wash_

319
McGrath, Earl J., Commissioner of Education, Federal Security Agency- 74
McLaughlin, Frederick C., education director, Public Education Associa-
tion of New York City-

253
•Meadows, Austin R., State superintendent of education of Alabama, and

chairman, legislative committee, National Council of Chief State School
Officers

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Thursday, June 2, 1949:

Hon. A. Willis Robertson, a United States Senator from the State of

Virginia

Hon. Warren G. Magnuson, a United States Senator from the State of

Washington --

Hon. Homer E. Capehart, a United States Senator from the State of

Indiana..

Hon. Harold A. Patten, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Arizona

Hon. Matthew M. Neely, a United States Senator from the State of

West Virginia -

Monday, June 6, 1949:

Howard A. Dawson, director of rural service, National Education

Association, and executive secretary, National Conference of

County Superintendents.-

Tuesday, June 7, 1949:

Hon. Oscar R. Ewing, Federal Security Administrator

Earl J. McGrath, Commissioner of Education, Federal Security

Agency

H. F. Alves, Director, Division of School Administration, Office of

Education, Federal Security Agency -

Wednesday, June 8, 1949:

Austin R. Meadows, State superintendent of education of Alabama,

and chairman, legislative committee, National Council of Chief

State School Officers.

Edgar Fuller, executive secretary, National Council of Chief State

School Officers..

Dr. E. L. Lindman, deputy superintendent of public construction, State

of Washington.

Thursday, June 9, 1949:

Hon. Jess Larson, Administrator, Federal Works Agency

Maxwell Elliott, acting general counsel, Federal Works Agency.

Pere F. Seward, Commissioner of Community Facilities, Federal

Works Agency -

B. A. Lillywhite, school analyst, Federal Works Agency -

Dr. Worth McClure, executive secretary, American Association of

School Administrators.

Monday, June 13, 1949:

George J. Hecht, chairman, American Parents Committee.

Nathan Gifford, supervising principal, Dover Township public schools,

Toms River, N. J.

Frederick C. McLaughlin, education director, Public Education

Association of New York City ---

W. D., McClurkin, professor of school administration, Peabody

College, Nashville, Tenn..

Angus McDonald, Farmers' Union, Washington, D. C.

Alfred J. Marrow, president, Harwood Manufacturing Corp., New

York, N. Y.

Tuesday, June 14, 1949:

Hon. Robert S. Kerr, a United States Senator from the State of Okla-

homa.

Oscar V. Rose, superintendent of schools, Midwest City, Okla..

Walter E. Stebbins, supervising principal, Mad River Township

schools, Dayton, Ohio--

Glen T. Goodwill, superintendent of schools, Monterey public schools,

Monterey, Calif.

W. E. Wilson, county superintendent of schools, Clark County, Ind..

A. G. Hudtloff, superintendent of schools, Clover Park, Wash_

Sue Powers, superintendent of schools, Memphis, Tenn.

J. W. Eater, superintendent of schools, Rantoul, Ill..

G. C. Burkhead, superintendent of schools, Elizabethtown,

Ky-

C. B. McFadden, superintendent of schools, Moses Lake, Wash.

Nello Ori, president, board of education, Highwood, Ill.

A. J. Katzenmaier, superintendent of schools, North Chicago, Ill.

Herman F. Jaeger, superintendent of schools, Grand Coulee, Wash.

Wednesday, June 15, 1949:

Raymond Goodloe, chairman, board of education, Midwest City, Okla.

George T. Guernsey, associate director of education, Congress of In-

dustrial Organizations.

Lewis G. Hines, national legislative representative, American Federa-

tion of Labor..

Selma M. Borchardt, vice president and Washington representative,

American Federation of Teachers..

Elmer W. Henderson, director, American Council on Human Rights,

Washington, DC

James Marshall, member, New York City Board of Education.

III. LIST OF STATEMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

Alves, H. F., Director, Division of School Administration, Office of Educa-

tion, Federal Security Agency, chart submitted by --

Bricker, Hon. John W., a United States Senator from the State of Ohio, in-

sertions of:

Data prepared by Walter E. Stebbins, local school administrator, Mad

River Township entitled, “Effect of Federal Activity on Ohio

Schools in Defense Areas'

Statement prepared by Walter E. Stebbins.

Table prepared by Walter E. Stebbins, entitled "Mad River Township

Schools, Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio"

Burkhead, G. C., superintendent of schools, Elizabethtown, Ky., letter of,

to Senator Withers, submitting information in re need for assistance in

school construction in Hardin County, Ky--

Capehart, Hon. Homer E., a United States Senator from the State of Indi-

ana, insertions of:

Charlestown Township school district survey

Memorandum on Charlestown school situation..

Person, J. L., Col., Corps of Engineers, district engineer, Louisville

district, Louisville, Ky, telegram of, to K. L. Taff, trustee, Charles-

town school township, Charlestown, Ind., canceling lease of Indiana

Arsenal, Charlestown, Ind...

Cox, Floyd B., secretary, Board of Education of County of Monongalia,

Morgantown, W. Va., letter of, urging passage of S. 287

Eater, J. W., superintendent of schools, Rantoul, Ill, table submitted by,

residence and occupation survey of children's parents of district 137

Ferguson, Hon. Homer, a United States Senator from the State of Michi-

gan, telegram to, from H. O. Johnson, superintendent, Livonia Township

schools, Plymouth, Mich., requesting support of S. 287-

Fuller, Edgar, executive secretary, National Council of Chief State School

Officers, insertions of:

Appendix A. Statements of policy on Federal-State-local relations in

education.

Appendix B. Samples of State legal provisions for approvals of State

construction by the State educational agencies, etc.

Appendix C. Statistics on need of numerous school districts for Fed-

eral aid for school construction.--.

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