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COMMITTEE ON EXPENDITURES IN THE EXECUTIVE

DEPARTMENTS

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WILLIAM L. DAWSON, Illinois, Chairman CHET HOLIFIELD, California

CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan HENDERSON LANHAM, Georgia

R. WALTER RIEHLMAN, New York PORTER HARDY, JR., Virginia

CECIL M. HARDEN, Indiana
FRANK M. KARSTEN, Missouri

GEORGE H. BENDER, Ohio
JOHN W. McCORMACK, Massachusetts CHARLES B. BROWNSON, Indiana
HERBERT C. BONNER, North Carolina THOMAS B. CURTIS, Missouri
JOHN A. BLATNIK, Minnesota

MARGUERITE STITT CHURCH, Illinois
HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts GEORGE MEADER, Michigan
M. G. BURNSIDE, West Virginia

WILLIAM E. MCVEY, Illinois RICHARD BOLLING, Missouri

ALVIN R. BUSH, Pennsylvania JOHN F. SHELLEY, California

FRANK C. OSMERS, JR., New Jersey
W. J. BRYAN DORN, South Carolina
SIDNEY A. FINE, New York
WILLIAM C. LANTAFF, Florida
WALTER S. BARING, Nevada

CHRISTINE RAY DAVIS, Chief Clerk
THOMAS A. KENNEDY, General Counsel

WILLIAM A. YOUNG, Staj Director

EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE REORGANIZATION SUBCOMMITTEE

CHET HOLIFIELD, California, Chairman JOHN A. BLATNIK. Minnesota

CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan M. G. BURNSIDE, West Virginia

MARGUERITE STITT CHURCH, Illinois W. J. BRYAN DORN, South Carolina

WILLIAM E. McVEY, Illinois
SIDNEY A. FINE. New York

HERBERT ROBACK, Staf Director
DOROTHY DUNN MORRISON, Clerk

1 Name changed to Committee on Government Operations, July 4, 1952.

CONTENTS

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Statement of-

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Barnett, Commander A. H., Jr., Supply Corps, Bureau of Supplies and

Accounts, United States Navy-

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Carey, John H., Air Parts, Inc., Glendale, Calif.

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Dwight, Harvey H., Aircraft Engine & Parts Corp., New York, N. Y.
Dyess, Ben, representing Standard Parts & Equipment Corp., Fort
Worth, Tex.-.

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Foley, Commander H. J. F., Jr., Supply Corps, Bureau of Aeronau-
tics, United States Navy---

42, 53

Golden, Max, deputy for National Programs, Office of the Under Sec-

retary of the Air Force..

20

Heffner, Commander G. C., Office of Naval Material, United States

Navy..

48

Honaker, Rear Adm. W. W., Deputy Chief of the Bureau of Supplies

and Accounts, Department of the Navy; accompanied by Com-

mander H. J. F. Foley, Jr., Supply Corps, United States Navy,

Bureau of Aeronautics; Commander A. H. Barnett, Jr., Supply

Corps, United States Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts;

and Commander G. C. Heffner, Office of Naval Material, United

States Navy.

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Larson, Jess, Administrator, General Services Administration.

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Metzger, Brig. Gen. Kern D., chief, Industrial Resources Division,

Air Matériel Command, and chairman of Aircraft Production
Resources Agency; accompanied by Max Golden, deputy for
Matériel Programs, Office of Under Secretary of the Air Force---

Nichols, Edward A., Office of General Counsel, National Production

Authority

56

Peterka, A. E. R., Lamson & Sessions Co.,

Cleveland, Ohio.

81

Pilson, T. A., chief, Procurement Policy Division, Office of Procure-

ment, Munitions Board..

12

Priest, John A., Aircraft Division; accompanied by Edward A. Nichols,

Office of General Counsel, National Production Authority -

56

Ramsey, Admiral Dewitt C., United States Navy (retired), represent-

ing Aircraft Industries Association of America

103

Tansey, Louis, Aircraft Hardware Division, Clary Multiplier Corp.,

Los Angeles, Calif.

91

Tolino, Vincent C., supply specialist, conservation and disposal officer,

Munitions Board..

123

Wood, Reg, Conservation Engineers, Inc., Compton, Calif..

63

Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by-

Fowler, Henry H., administrator, National Production Authority:

Letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, July 3, 1952.

61

Statement of the National Production Authority as to Air Force

presentation on redistribution of idle and excess material.

Holifield, Hon. Chet, a Representative in Congress from the State of

California: Excerpt from Public Law 152 (81st Cong.), section 202 (a). 27, 113

Metzger, Brig. Gen. Kern D., chief, Industrial Resources Division, Air

Matériel Command, and chairman of Aircraft Production Resources

Agency:

Statement.

Chart 1-Organization..

23

Chart 2- Reporting procedure.

24

Chart 3- Matériel flow.

25

Wood, Reg, Conservation Engineers, Inc., Compton, Calif.

Conservation proposal, by Conservation Engineers, Inc., Comp-

ton, Calif., 1952.

68

Matériel flow chart.

70

Organization chart.

71

Memorandum from James D. Baird, treasurer, Industrial Aids,

Inc., to board of directors, June 9, 1952.-

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Armed services procurement regulations issued March 1951.----
Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by-

Crabb, E. L., president, Standard Products, Inc, Wichita, Kans.:

Letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, April 28, 1952.

Letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, June 20, 1952_

Letter to Lt. Gen. E. W. Rawlings, April 15, 1952-

Dumont, N. R., Dumont Aviation Associates, Long Beach, Calif.,

letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, May 7, 1952_

Durham, R. M., president, Durham Aircraft Service, Inc., Woodside,

N. Y., letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, May 2, 1952_

Dyess, Ben E., president, Standard Parts & Equipment Corp., Fort

Worth, Tex., letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, May 5, 1952.-

Eaton, Brig. Gen. Robert E. L., USAF, director, legislation and liai-

sion, Office of the Secretary, letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, March 20,

1952.
Forbes, Russell, acting administrator General Services Administra-

tion, personal property management regulation No. 3, revised,
October 9, 1950-

Appendix A-Report of excess personal property form.
Appendix B-Location of excess personal property-
Appendix C-Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, proc-

lamation No. 2776, March 26, 1948.
Appendix D-Sale of Government property form-invitation,

bid, and acceptance---
Appendix E-Quarterly report of utilization and disposal of ex-

cess and surplus personal property form..

Fox, Vice Adm. C. W., Chief of Naval Material, Department of the

Navy:

Letter to Congressman Chet Holifield, June 27, 1952.

Charts-

Total disposal of excess and surplus property

Total disposals, all types of property, comparison of

fiscal years 1951 and 1952.

Total disposals, fiscal year 1952 through May by type

of property -

Naval activity personal property, bureau breakdown of

disposals, fiscal year 1952 through May 1952----

Sales of naval activity personal property -

Screening of bureau excess property by Surplus Mate-

rials Division, BUSANDA..

Enclosure 1-Report on excess and surplus real and personal
property operations, Department of the Navy:

Part A-Disposal of excess and surplus property --
Part B-Sale of basic material as scrap-

Part C-Screening of Bureau excess property

Enclosure 8—Report on inventory of excess and surplus

personal property, Department of the Navy, April 1952.-

Holifield, Hon. Chet, a Representative in Congress from the State of

California:

Letter to Jess Larson, February 22, 1952.

(Identical letters sent to John D. Small, Charles E. Wilson, and

Thomas K. Finletter, February 22, 1952)

Howse, A. E., Assistant to the Director, Office of Defense Mobiliza-

tion, letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, February 27, 1952-

Larson, Jess, Administrator, General Services Administration, per-

sonal property management regulation No. 3, revised:

Supplement No. 1, March 16, 1951..

Supplement No. 2, June 7, 1952.-

Letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, March 5, 1952-

Levins, Frank J., Dumont Aviation Associates, Long Beach, Calif.,

letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, June 23, 1952.-
Peterka, A. E. R., Lamson & Sessions Co., Cleveland, Ohio, letter to

Hon. Chet Holifield, April 24, 1952.
Ring, Rear Adm. M. L., Acting Vice Chairman for Supply Manage-

ment, letter to Hon. Chet Holifield, March 13, 1952..

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