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COMMITTEE ON BANKING, HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS

JOHN SPARKMAN. Alabama, Chairman WILLIAM PROXMIRE, Wisconsin

JOHN TOWER, Texas HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey WALLACE F. BENNETT, Utah THOMAS J. MCINTYRE, New Hampshire EDWARD W. BROOKE, Massachusetts ALAN CRANSTON, California

BOB PACKWOOD, Oregon ADLAI E. STEVENSON III, Illinois

BILL BROCK, Tennessee J. BENNETT JOHNSTON, JR., Louisiana LOWELL P. WEICKER, JR., Connecticut WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY, Maine JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware

DUDLEY L. O'NEAL, Jr., Staff Director and General Counsel

WM. HOWARD BEASLEY III, Director of Minority Stai

SUBCOMMITTEE ON FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

THOMAS J. MCINTYRE, New Hampshire, Chairman JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama

WALLACE F. BENNETT, Utah WILLIAM PROXMIRE, Wisconsin

JOHN TOWER, Texas HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey BILL BROCK, Tennessee

WILLIAM R. WEBER, Assistant Counsel

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CONTENTS

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American Bankers Association:

Letter from Rex J. Morthland, president, supporting S. 3817----

Opinion of Matthew Hale, general counsel, on interest rate ceilings

under title 12, U.S.C., section 85-

Arkansas:

Letter from Senator J. W. Fulbright--

Office of the Attorney General, letter to H. C. Adams, Banking Com-

missioner, from Jim Guy Tucker -

Resolution adopted by the Executive Council of the Arkansas Bankers

Association; August 5, 1974.-

Comptroller of the Currency, interpret ions of title 12, U.S.C., section

85 from:

William B. Camp, April 29, 1968.-

Robert Bloom, Chief Counsel, September 13, 1973.

Thomas G. Deshazo, Deputy Comptroller, Sept. 17, 1973

Conference of State Bank Supervisors, letter to Senator McIntyre from
Lawrence E. Kreider, executive vice president-economist--
Cook Industries Inc., letter to Governor of Tennessee from Edward W.

Cook, president..
Cumberland Corp., letter to Comptroller of the Currency from W. W.

Robinson, Jr., president.--
Duff Brothers, Inc., letter to members of Tennessee general assembly
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, letter and statement from Frank

Wille, Chairman.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, exchange of letters with Worthen

Bank & Trust Co. regarding extension of emergency credit.-
Fulbright, J. W., U.S. Senator from the State of Arkansas, letter to Sen-

ator McIntyre introducing Arkansans who testified at hearings---

Genesco, letter to Governor of Tennessee from Franklin M. Jarman,

chairman.

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Life and Casualty Insurance Co. of Tennessee, letter to Governor from

Allen M. Steele, president.
Stone Fort Land Co., letter to Tennessee State senator from T. A. Lupton,

Jr., president.
Tennessee:
Bankers Association:

Loan policy statements
Letters
Editorials
Investment worksheet.
Legal opinion on state constitution.
Legal opinion on National Banking Act.
Bowsher's article

Bibliography
Letter to Senator Brock from Winfield Dunn, Governor..
Office of the Attorney General, letter to Hugh F. Sinclair, Commis-

sioner of Banking, from Robert H. Roberts, Advocate General -----
Taxpayers Association, letter to Tennessee Bankers Association from

Donald W. Jackson, executive vice president-
The Chamberlain Co., letter to Treasury Department from J. R. Chamber-

lain, Jr., president.
The Robert Morris Associates, letter to Senator McIntyre from Norman

J. Collins, president-
Venus, Dr. Charles E., consulting economist, articles on Arkansas usury
provision.

CHARTS AND TABLES
Comparable cash prices between various States...
Comparison of Federal Reserve discount rate plus 5 percent and FHA

home mortgage yield.---
Percentage changes in commercial and industrial loans, weekly reporting

member banks, selected areas, last Wednesday of April to last Wednesday

in June, selected years Worthen Bank & Trust Co.:

Deposits ---
Due to banks and participations sold.
Net Federal funds purchased.
Total deposits at end of month, 1971-74.

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