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WITNESSES—Continued

Earl, Gilbert C., clerk of the U.S. District Court, District of Con- Page
necticut (Second Circuit)----

1463

Elmstrom, Harry G., president, New York State Association of Real

Estate Boards, accompanied by William R. Magel, executive vice

president.

918

Emlen, Alan L., chairman of the Realtors' Washington Committee,

National Association of Real Estate Boards, accompanied by John

C. Williamson, counsel, Realtors' Washington Committee.----- 384, 1091

Freeman, Frankie, Commissioner, Associate General Counsel, St.

Louis Housing & Land Clearance Authorities, U.S. Commission

on Civil Rights, accompanied by William L. Taylor, staff director,

and Howard A. Glickstein, general counsel

357

Hart, Hon. Philip A., U.S. Senator from Michigan.

295

Harvey, James H., American Friends Service Committee.

1519

Haynes, J. K., president, National Council of Officers of State Teachers

Association, accompanied by Donn Steven Mitchell, Washington

representative.

1383

Hicks, W. B., Jr., executive secretary, Liberty Lobby-

867
Hirsch, Rabbi Richard, Synagogue Council of America.

1489
Holland, Hon. Spessard L., U.S. Senator from Florida.

407
Ihlenfeldt, Dale E., clerk of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District
of Wisconsin (Seventh Circuit) -

1467

Jones, Rev. Walter Royal, Jr., chairman, Commission on Religion

and Race, Unitarian Universalist Association, accompanied by

Robert E. Jones, director, Department of Social Responsibility - 492

Katzenbach, Nicholas deB., Attorney General of the United States,

accompanied by David Slawson, Office of Legal Counsel, and Alan
Marer, Civil Rights Division, Justice Department.

76, 1152

Keith, Nathaniel S., president, National Housing Conference, Wash-

ington, D.C...

912

Keller, Michael, Jr., clerk of the U.S. District Court, District of New
Jersey (Third Circuit).

1436

Kenyon, Berl, legislative counsel, Michigan Real Estate Association,

accompanied by Everett Trebilcock, general counsel.

1063

Kilpatrick, Norman L., corresponding secretary, Prince Georges

County Action Project, and president, Prince Georges County Fair

Housing, Inc.

1344

King, Lonnie C., president, District of Columbia Young Democratic

Clubs of America, appearing on behalf of the Young Democratic

Clubs of America..

1515

Klefman, R. J., State president, Iowa Association of Realtors..

1380

Kornegay, Hon. Horace R., a U.S. Representative from North

Carolina..

1057

Lynch, Dennis M., president, Rhode Island Realtors Association,
accompanied by Ralph T. Greany, chairman, Homeowners Division;
Hon. Frank A. Martin, Jr., Democrat, Rhode Island House of
Representatives; and Hon. Oliver L. Thompson, Jr., Republican,
minority leader, Rhode Island House of Representatives.--

418
Miles, Vernon, president, Missouri Real Estate Association, ac-
companied by Chester L. Wolfe, executive vice president.--

1082

Mohl, Arthur F., immediate past president, Illinois Association of Real

Estate Boards, accompanied by Robert E. Cook, executive vice

president..

489

Moure, Roger J., immediate past executive director, Northern Virginia
Apartment Owners Association, Inc...

1111

Musmanno, Hon. Michael A., justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl-

vania.

963

Nix, Jack P., State superintendent of schools, Georgia-

371
Payton, Dr. Benjamin, National Council of Churches.

1489
Peck, Richard C., clerk of the U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska
(Eighth Circuit).

1445
Peck, Russell H., clerk of the U.S. District Court, District of Massa-
chusetts (First Circuit) -

1471
Petro, Prof. Sylvester, School of Law, New York University

282
Putnam, Hon. Glendora McIllwain, assistant attorney general, chief,
Division of Civil Rights and Liberties, Massachusetts..

1347

WITNESSES—Continued

RisCassi, Leon, chairman, Legislative Committee, American Trial Page
Lawyers Association.

580
Rivers, Hon. Francis E., chairman, Special Committee on Civil Rights

Under Law, Association of the Bar of the City of New York,

accompanied by Ronald Natalie..

975

Rutledge, Edward, executive director, National Committee Against

Discrimination in Housing, accompanied by Jack E. Wood, Jr.,

associate executive director, and Miss Margaret Fisher, director,

information and publication..

1401

Sarpy, Leon, immediate past president, Louisiana State Bar Asso-

ciation..

1478

Sawyer, J. D., chairman, Realtors' Ohio Committee, Legislative and

Governmental Affairs Committee, Ohio Association of Real Estate
Boards, accompanied by Phil Folk, legal counsel, and George
Voore..

524
Setta, Samuel J., president, Maryland Petition Committee.

1357
Smith, Burton E., president, California Real Estate Association,

accompanied by Donald McClure, special counsel, and H. Jackson
Pontius, executive vice president.

938

Sparkman, Hon. John, U.S. Senator from Alabama.

349

Sparks, Prof. Bertel M., School of Law, New York University -- 452

Speiser, Lawrence, director, Washington office, American Civil

Liberties Union.

1128

Stassens, E. G., president, Oregon Association of Realtors..

439

Stearns, Robert M., clerk of the U.S. District Court, District of
Columbia (District of Columbia Circuit).

1474
Stemmons, John, vice chairman, Legislative Committee, Texas Real

Estate Association, accompanied by H. W. Bahnman, president,
George McCanse, and Vincent J. Schmitt.

864
Stenning, Very Rev. Ronald E., dean of the Cathedral of St. John

of the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island, chairman, Coordinating
Counsel for Racial Justice, Rhode Island.

1392
Stennis, Hon. John, U.S. Senator from Mississippi..

1371
Taylor, Harry A., Jr., president, New Jersey Association of Real

Estate Boards, accompanied by Robert S. Greenbaum, counsel, and
Robert F. Ferguson, Jr., executive vice president.

819
Thomas, V. Bailey, clerk of the U.S. District Court, Southern District
of Texas (Fifth Circuit)

1474
Thurmond, Hon. Strom, U.S. Senator from South Carolina ..

825
Viele, G. R., president, Wisconisn Realtors Association, accompanied

by Earl A. Espeseth, president-elect and chairman, legislative
committee, and Darwin Scoon..

877
Watkins, Charles B., clerk of the U.S. District Court, Northern Dis-
trict of Ohio (Sixth Circuit).

1475
Weber, Malcolm C., chairman, Massachusetts Committee Against
Race Discrimination.--

1347, 1354

Wilkins, Roy, chairman, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights,

accompanied by Clarence Mitchell and Joseph Rauh..

539

Williams George Washington, attorney, Baltimore, Md.-

5317
Williamson, Q. V., president, National Association of Real Estate

Brokers, Inc., accompanied by Lenerte Roberts, Wadell Thomas,
Edward D. Collier, and Mrs Carolyn Moore Martin, members of
the board of directors.

1074
Woodworth, Rev. R. T., Taxpayers Interest League, Inc., accom-
panied by Maude Ellen Zimmerman

1325

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ARTICLES AND SPEECHES-Continued

Avins, Alfred--Continued

“The 14th Amendment and Jury Discrimination: The Original Page

Understanding”

615

“Fourteenth Amendment Limitations on Banning Racial and
Religious Discriminations”.

805
“The 14th Amendment and Real Property Rights"

699
“The Ku Klux Kan Act of 1871".

772
"Racial Segregation in Public Accommodations: Some Reflected

Light on the 14th Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of
1875".

680

Boston Globe, “What Could We Expect,” December 11, 1965-

509

California Real Estate Association, news articles from California

relating to fair housing -

949-951

Charlotte (N.C.) Observer, "N.C. County Cited in U.S. Jury Hear-

ing,” June 8, 1966.

1192

Greensboro (N.C.) Daily News, “Racial Balance in the Hospitals,'

May 28, 1966.

196

Kane, Albert E., "The Negro and the Indian; a Comparison of Their
Constitutional Rights,” Arizona Law Review 7:2

1319
Knox, Hon. John C., "Selection of Federal Jurors,'' Journal, American
Judicature Society, 1947-

1312

Kurland, Prof. Philip B., “The Court of the Union or Julius Caesar

Revised”.

169

London Letter, "Counsel and Jury”

585

London Times, "Court of Appeal," January 26, 1965.

581

Milwaukee (Wis.) Star, "Housing in Madison," July 10, 1965-

881

New York Times, May 19, 1966, “Warren Discerns State Rights Peril

in Jury Bias Bill”,

199

New York Times, “Murder Unpunished,” December 14, 1965.

508
Providence (R.I.) Journal, “Fair Housing Law Foes Repeat Familiar
Themes," June 21, 1956.

858
U.S. News & World Report, "What 36 State Chief Justices Said
About the Supreme Court,” October 3, 1958.-

152

Warren, Chief Justice Earl, to American Law Institute, June 7, 1966.. 201

Washington Post, editorial, “Warren and the Jury Bills,” May 22,
1966.

47
Washington Post, “Equity in Housing,” April 6, 1965.-

1341
Washington Post, “Property Values,"' April 3, 1965.

1339

JUDICIAL DECISIONS:

Arnold v. N.C., 375 U.S. 878..

1236

State v. Arnold, 258 N.C. 563.

1227

State v. Covington, 258 N.C. 495.

1221

State v. Covington, 258 N.C. 501.

1225

State v. Lowry and State v. Mallory, 263 N.C. 536.

1205

State v. Mallory, 266 N.C. 31.-

1213

State v. Perry, 248 N.C. 334.

1194

State v. Perry, 250 N.C. 119.

1198

State v. Wilson, 262 N.C. 419.

1237

LETTERS, STATEMENTS, AND VIEWS:

Bolich, Prof. W. Bryan, Duke University, School of Law.

1149

Catholic statements, official, on civil rights--

1496

Dixon, Prof. Robert G., Jr., George Washington University Law

School.-.

1150

Epps, Jesse, Young Democratic Clubs of Mississippi.

1518
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, attorneys, “Proposition Fourteen”.

953
Justice Department, December 2, 1963, to Congressman Celler, con-
cerning medicare.'-

182

Katzenbach, Hon. Nicholas deB., Attorney General, United States,
to H. B. Smith..

1193

Konstant, Eugene R., Young Democratic Clubs of America.

1518

Michigan Attorney General Frank Kelley, re Powers of Civil Rights

Commission (legal opinion)

331

National Association of Real Estate Boards, “Property Ownership”. 389

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LETTERS, STATEMENTS, AND VIEWS—Continued

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"VAREB Policy on Minority Housing”.

947

National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, regarding

proposed legislation.

72

National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.

1497

Rhode Island Commission Against Discrimination.

855

Smith, H. B., county attorney, Union County, N.C.

1191
Sutherland, Prof. Arthur E., Harvard Law School

1148
Synagogue Council of America Agencies.-

1497

Unitarian Universalist Statement of Consensus on Racial Justice. 515

U.S. Commission on Civil

Rights, staff memorandum on S. 3296. 358
OPINIONS OF CHIEF JUDGES OF U.S. DISTRICT COURTS:

(For additional letters of chief judges see app. XVI)
Letter sent to chief judges of U.S. district courts, from Senator Ervin. 1254
Ervin, C.S. Senator Sam, to Judge Matthew F. McGuire

1242
Becker, Hon. William H.-

1255
Boothe, Hon. W. A.

1256
Brown, Hon. Bailey

1259
Foley, Hon. James T.

1261
Gordon, Hon. Walter A., per George A. Mena, clerk.

1278

Gourley, Hon. Wallace S.

1263

Henley, Hon. J. Smith.

1267
Holtzoff, Hon. Alexander.

1243, 1253
McGuire, Hon. Matthew F

1242
Kerr, Hon. Ewing T...

1269
Vadden, Hon. Thomas M.

1270
Meredith, Hon. James H.

1281
Miller, Hon. William E..

1283
Morgan. Hon. Lewis R.

1287
Register, Hon. George S.

1288
Robinson, Hon. Richard E.

1292
Scarlett, Hon. F. M..

1298
Stanley, Hon. Edwin M.

1298
Swinford, Hon. Mac..

1300
Taylor, Hon. Robert L.-

1302
Weinman, Hon. Carl A.

1305
Zavatt, Hon. Joseph C..

1309

REPORTS:

California Real Estate Association, "Equal Rights Handbook”.

944

Defense Department, racial discrimination..-

299

Douglas, U.S. Senator Paul, “Analysis of Civil Rights Protection

Legislation”

276

Jones, Rev. Walter R., "The Reeb Murder Trial" (report submitted

by)-

493

Justice Department, table showing Negro representation on juries in
southern Federal courts.

238

Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, “Recent Murders

of Persons Working for, or Exercising, Civil Rights”.

195

Library of Congress, "The Power of Congress To Prohibit Racial

Discrimination in the Rental, Sale, Use, and Occupancy of Private

Housing'

308

New York City Bar Association, “Proposal for a Federal Civil Rights

Procedure Act"

983

Rhode Island Commission Against Discrimination.

856

Southern Regional Council, “Some Race-Related Deaths in the United

States, 1955–65”...

192

C.S. Commission on Civil Rights (1965), “Law Enforcement"
(excerpt)

1044

STATUTES:

"Fair Housing Statutes and Ordinances,” National Committee

Against Discrimination in Housing--

1421

Maryland anti-block-busting statute -

1338
Ohio fair housing laws..

529

Oregon housing laws.

442

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APPENDIXES
Appendix 1-Statements of U.S. Senators:

Hawaii-Daniel K. Inouye.

Oregon-Maurine B. Neuberger...
Appendix II—Statement of U.S. Representative: New Jersey-Florence

P. Dwyer..

Appendix III—Statements of Governors:

Alaska-William A. Egan..

Arizona-Samuel P. Goddard.

Hawaii—John A. Burns.

Minnesota-Karl A. Rolvaag-

Mississippi-Paul B. Johnson.

North Dakota— William L. Guy-

Oregon-Mark O. Hatfield.

Utah-Calvin L. Rampton...

Virginia-Joint statement by Gov. Mills E. Godwin and Robert Y.

Button, attorney general.

West Virginia-Hulett C. Smith..

Appendix IV-Statement of a State secretary of state:

Oregon—Tom McCall....

Appendix V—Statements of State attorneys general:

Alaska-Warren C. Colver...

Connecticut-Harold M. Mulvey.

Louisiana-Jack P. F. Gremillion.

Michigan-Frank J. Kelly-

New York-Louis J. Lefkowitz...
North Carolina-T. W. Bruton...
Oregon, Robert Y. Thornton..
Rhode Island-J. Joseph Nugent...
Utah-Phil H. Hansen.
Washington-John J. O'Connell..
Wisconsin-Bronson C. La Follette...

Wyoming-John F. Raper....
Appendix VI—Statements of State superintendents of education:

Florida-Floyd T. Christian.
Mississippi–J. M. Tubb..

Virginia, Woodrow W. Wilkerson.

Appendix VII—Statements of national and regional associations:

American Baptist Convention..

American Jewish Committee..

American Veterans Committee.

Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc..

General Board of Christian Social Concerns of the Methodist Church.

National Apartment Owners Association..-

National Association of Home Builders..

National Council of Catholic Women.

Southern States Industrial Council..

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom..

Appendix VIII-Statements of State associations:

Arizona Association of Realtors..

Citizens Legislative Action Committee of Illinois.

Connecticut Association of Real Estate Boards, Inc...

District Solicitor's Associations, Raleigh, N.C.--

Federation of Citizens Associations of the District of Columbia..

Florida Association of Realtors...

Georgia Association of Real Estate Boards..

Indiana Real Estate Association.--

Industrial Commission of Wisconsin..

Tennessee Association of Real Estate Boards.

Wyoming Association of Realtors.--

Appendix IX-Statements of other organizations:

American Jewish Congress, Council of Greater Chicago..
American Jewish Congress, Northern California Division..
Charlotte Board of Realtors, Inc., Charlotte, N.C.

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