Hearings, Reports and Prints of the House Committee on the District of Columbia

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967
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Joseph R Night Employee 16
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District of Columbia Medical Society Dr Eloise W Kailin 53
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Lowrey Mrs Gladys F letter dated April 14 1967 to Chairman McMil
63
Maryland Department of Health James B Coulter assistant commis
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April 17 1967 to Congressman Dowdy and enclosed statement 75
75
Gude Hon Gilbert a Representative in Congress from the State of Mary
81
Ohio 88
88
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Frederick A Babson
89
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Frederick A Babson
92
Committee of One Hundred on the Federal City David Sanders Clark
99
Silver Dr Harold statement 101
100
8
H R 6527 McMillan by request a bill to amend Tit 12 D C Code
1
H R 16948 Friedel to direct the Commissioner of the District of Colum
3
H R 17647 Diggs a bill to establish a basic property insurance place
4
Bookoff Mrs Edith copy of letter to the President of the United States
27
National Society of Professional Engineers statement 31
31
Abbitt Hon W M Representative in Congress from the State of Virginia 38
38
Alford Dr James Emory University Department of Psychiatry Atlanta
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Columbia Typographical Union No 101 Charles F Hines President tele
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29
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Broyhill Hon Joel T a Representative in Congress from the State
35
statement 47
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American University Park Citizens Association Alfred S Trask president
62
Build Black reprint of circular 67
67
Nicholas Satterlee Associates letter dated August 15 1967 to Chairman
1
Donahue Jack Hope House Boston Mass
17
Hagan Hon G Elliott Representative in Congress from the State
26
Schinnerer Co Inc J S Duvall Assistant Vice President
28
Hutt Peter B Esg Washington D C Area Council on Alcoholism 35
35
Report of the committee on H R 6527 43
43
Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade William H Press Executive
44
Federation of Citizens Associations of the District of Columbia A S Trask
46
Capitol Hill Southeast Citizens Association resolution and recommenda
51
Department of Justice and Government of the District of Columbia joint
59
National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union Robert H Kapp letter dated
74
H R 7808 Taft and H R 8789 Quillen To provide comprehensive rules
85
Contreas Mrs R B letter dated April 29 1967 to Chairman McMillan 100
100
Jordan Norman E president Lodge 185 116
116
Logan Albert B Executive Director North American Judges Association 118
118
McCormack Dr Billy E director American Council on Alcohol Problems 129
129
St Vincent Charity Hospital Sister M Victorine director of Rosary Hall
133
H R 4212 Casey Prohibiting the use in the District of Columbia of fire
145
Pittman Dr David J president North American Association of Alco
169
Brubaker
170
Billet Dr Sanford L statement
250
Gotkin Charles letter to Chairman McMillan dated May 6 1968 48
6
Koockogey G M past president Kalorama Citizens Association state
7
National Association of Independent Insurers John J Nangle Washing
15
Grand Jury No 1 March 1968 J M R Hutchison Foreman and 22
22
Mathias Hon Charles McC a representative in Congress frowi
28
Dowdy
39
Grimes Virginia Lee letter to Chairman McMillan 46
46
Associated Builders Contractors Inc Metropolitan Washington Chap
56
Consulting Engineers Council of the United States Donald A Buzzell
83
District of Columbia government Hon Walter N Tobriner president
113
Friedel Hon Samuel N Representative in Congress from the State
116
Hackl A J telegram dated April 24 1968 to Chairman McMillan 57
125
Fountain Hon L H Representative in Congress from the State of North
137
Stella Maris Home Cleveland Ohio Harry J Ryan director statement 141
141
District of Columbia Pharmaceutical Assn John R McHugh President 173
173
Haase Richard O Chairman Legislation and Taxation Committee
190
Miller Hon Herbert J Chairman Presidents Commission on Crime
191
Howard Mrs Ernest Representing Federation of Citizens Associations
215
31
239
Murray Hon Robert V Ret Former Chief of the Metropolitan Police
278
Gutwerk Nathan American Liquors letter dated May 2 1968 to Chairman
283
Order No 68545 of the Commissioner or the District of Columbia dele
289
H R 12328 McMillan a bill to prohibit riots and incitement to riot in
District of Columbia Health and Welfare Council Miss Flaxie M Pinkett
9
STATEMENTS
14
McLeod Ferrara Ensign Richard J Passantino letter dated August
16
Hanahan James R Columbia South Carolina copy of letter to Mr Nash
19
Editorial No 17 dated July 2 1967 entitled The Air We Breathe 23
23
National Capital Transportation Agency Hon Walter J McCarter
24
United States Attorney for the District of Columbia Hon David G Bress
30
Horwitz Bernie M letter dated May 15 1968 to Chairman McMillan 60
46
Reprint of article entitled Health Effects From Repeated Exposures
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Kalavitinos George Washington D C citizen and businessman 64
64
23
69
District of Columbia Medical Society Dr Earl Mitchell chairman Alco
73
10
75
2
81
Federation of Citizens Associations of the District of Columbia Mrs Mabel
82
Liss Abe president Midtown Business Association 83
83
National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam Prof Robert
91
Womans Club of Bethesda Mrs Eathol W Allen president letter dated
100
Parks Samuel J 1914 7th Street N W 106
106
Roth George 8th Street N E 113
113
National Zoological Park Police 116
116
APPENDIX
131
State and Federal Laws on Riot the Library of Congress Legislative
137
Mercier Sanders Baker Schnabel Robert V Schnabel letter dated
149
Watson Hon Albert W Representative in Congress from the State
155
Peoples Drug Stores Inc Carl Jesina Secretary 167
167
Whitener Hon Basil a Representative in Congress from the State of North
Market Servicenter William R Thompson letter to Chairman McMillan
G ments Insurance Protection Against Civil Demonstrations 11
11
Boston College Industrial and Commercial Law Review Student Com
17
Capitol Hill Southeast Citizens Association Elizabeth Draper secretary
27
Prosecution of offenders 42
42
Park and Shop Inc J Griffin Rountree Executive Director letter
52
Raisbeck Virginia P letter dated May 2 1968 deploring lawlessness 59
56
Connecticut Avenue Assn release entitled Dont Shoot Looters 61
61

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