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Biemiller, Andrew J., director, Department of Legislation, American

Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations.
Boynton, Edwin F., member, private pension plans committee, Chamber

of Commerce of the United States. -
Brickfield, Cyril F., legislative counsel, American Association of Retired

Persons, and National Retired Teachers Association, presenting state

ment of Bernard E. Nash, executive director--Bridges, John F., president, First Investment Annuity Co. of America Bureau of Salesmen's National Associations, Marshall J. Mantler, managing

director..
Cantor, Arnold, economist, Research Department, American Federation of

Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations.
Cardon, John A., Washington, D.C., Ad Hoc Corporate Pension Fund

Committee
Casstevens, Bill, director, United Auto Workers of America, region 2.---
Chamber of Commerce of the United States:

· E. S. Willis, member, private pension plans committee..
Edwin F. Boynton, member, private pension plans committee.-
Andrew A. Melgard, committee executive, private pension plans

committee.--
Cohen, Hon. Sheldon S., chairman, special committee on retirement bene-

fits, American Bar AssociationCollege Retirement Equities Fund, and Teachers Insurance & Annuity

Association of America, Dr. William C. Greenough, chairman.-
Cookenbach, John M., president, trust division, American Bankers

Association
Council on Employee Benefits:

Walter E. Klint, trustee and member, executive committee

Thomas H. Paine, legislative committee..
Curtis, James, Seattle, Wash.-
Doyle, Robert, legislative counsel, National Society of Professional

Engineers
Dreher, William A., president, William A. Dreher & Associates.
Edwards, Nelson Jack, vice president, United Auto Workers of America.
Erlenborn, Hon. John N., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Illinois
Ferster, Herbert, New York, N.Y.
First Investment Annuity Co. of America, John F. Bridges, president-
Fox, H. Lawrence, counsel, International Brotherhood of Electrical

Workers, Local No. 8.
Fraser, O'Hear W., Jr., Washington, D.C.-
Gertner, Marc, counsel, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,

Local No. 8.
Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, Charles G. Baskin,

secretary-treasurer.
Greenberg, Bernard, assistant director, insurance, pension, and unemploy-

ment benefits department, United Steelworkers of America -
Greenough, Dr. William C., chairman, Teachers Insurance & Annuity

Association of America, and College Retirement Equities Fund.
Halperin, Prof. Daniel, University of Pennsylvania Law School -
Hartke, Hon. Vance, a U.S. Senator from the State of Indiana-
Hillis, Hon. Elwood H., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Indiana..
Houck, Kenneth L., assistant general counsel, Bethlehem Steel Corp.,

Ad Hoc Corporate Pension Fund Committee.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local No. 8:

H. Lawrence Fox, counsel.

Marc Gertner, counsel.
Investment Co. Institute, Robert L. Augenblick, president-
Javits, Hon. Jacob K., a U.S. Senator from the State of New York.
Jemas, Nick, national managing director, Jockeys' Guild, Inc.
Jockeys' Guild, Inc.:

Nick Jemas, national managing director.

Roger D. Smith, counsel.
Kelso, Louis 0., legal counsel, Bangert & Co., San Francisco, Calif.
Kennedy, Jack E., secretary-treasurer, National Council on Teacher

Retirement.

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Keogh, Hon. Eugene J., New York, N.Y.
King, Stanley L., Jr., assistant vice president, human resources, American

Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Klint, Walter E., trustee and member, executive committee, Council on

Employee Benefits...
Lackman, William F., chairman, committee on employees trusts, American

Bankers Association..--
Landry, Jerome, cochairman, legislative committee, National Con-

ference on Public Employee Retirement Systems--
Liebenson, Herbert, legislative vice president, National Small Business

Association.
Lippman, S. G., Washington counsel, Political Action Committee for

Engineers & Scientists..
Litton Industries, Inc.:

John H. Martin, vice president...

Deane E. McCormick, Jr., tax counsel.
Mantler, Marshall J., managing director, Bureau of Salesmen's National

Associations.
Martin, John H., vice president, Litton Industries, Inc.-
McCormick, Deane E., Jr., tax counsel, Litton Industries, Inc.
McKinley, Jack, the Prototype Planner
Melgard, Andrew A., committee executive, private pension plans commit-

tee, Chamber of Commerce of the United States.
Miller, Elliot Ira, New York, N.Y..-
Myers, Robert J., Silver Spring, Md.
Nash, Bernard E., executive director, American Association of Retired

Persons, and National Retired Teachers Association, presented by
Cyril F. Brickfield, legislative counsel.
National Association of Life Underwriters, W. Warren Barberg, chairman..
National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems, Jerome

Landry, cochairman, legislative committee--
National Council on Teacher Retirement, Jack E. Kennedy, secretary-

treasurer.
National Education Association, W. Jack Tennant, coordinator, office of

teacher retirement. National Retired Teachers Association, and American Association of Re

tired Persons, Bernard E. Nash, executive director, presented by Cyril F. Brickfield, legislative counsel. National Small Business Association:

Robert C. Ware, consultant.

Herbert Liebenson, legislative vice president-National Society of Professional Engineers :

Paul E. Robbins, executive director...

Robert Doyle, legislative counsel..
Nyhart, Eldon H., president, Howard E. Nyhart Co---
Paine, Thomas H., legislative committee, Council on Employee Benefits.-
Podelí, Hon. Bertram L., a Representative in Congress from the State of

New York...
Political Action Committee for Engineers & Scientists:

Harold J. Ammond, national director.

S. G. Lippman, Washington counsel (The) Prototype Planner, Jack McKinley Reynolds, J. H., & Associates:

Joseph H. Reynolds, Sr...

Miss Susan Reynolds, legal counsel
Robbins, Paul E., executive director, National Society of Professional

Engineers
Seidman, Bert, director, Department of Social Security, American Federa-

tion of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations-
Sheehan, John J., legislative director, United Steelworkers of America -
Skinner, Robert G., chairman, division of Federal taxation, American In-

stitute of Certified Public Accountants---
Smith, Quentin I., Jr., president, Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby --
Smith, Roger D., counsel, Jockeys' Guild, Inc.
Solenberger, Willard, department of social security, United Auto Workers

of America.

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Susman, Gerald Stephan, Philadelphia, Pa-
Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association of America, and College Re-

tirement Equities Fund, Dr. William C. Greenough, chairman. Tennant, W. Jack, coordinator, office of teacher retirement, National Edu

cation Association. Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby:

Quentin I. Smith, Jr., president

Preston C Bassett, director, vice president, and actuary -
Twinney, Marc, M., Jr., actuary_and pension manager, Ford Motor

Co., Ad Hoc Corporate Pension Fund Committee
United Auto Workers of America:

Nelson Jack Edwards, vice president.
Bill Casstevens, director, region 2.
Willard Solenberger, department of social security

Jack Beidler, legislative director..
United Steelworkers of America:

Bernard Greenberg, assistant director, insurance, pension, and un

employment benefits department.

John J. Sheehan, legislative director.
Ware, Robert C., consultant, National Small Business Association.
Whisman, Clayton J., Westerville, Ohio...
Willis, E. S., member, private pension plans committee, Chamber of

Commerce of the United States
Wolper, Marshall I., president, Association for Advanced Life Under-

writing

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Material Submitted for the Record
Adams, R. L., benefits manager, Reynolds Aluminum, letter dated May 9,

1972, to Chairman Mills
Alameda County (Calif.) Bar Association:

Dale I. Stoops, president, telegram dated May 6, 1972, forwarded by

Sheldon S. Cohen ..
Harold C. Norton, secretary, letter dated May 5, 1972, forwarded by

Sheldon S. Cohen.
Alaska Bar Association, Mary Lafollette, telegram dated May 5, 1972,

forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen.
American Association of Medical Clinics, Dr. Edward M. Wurzel, execu-

tive director, letter dated May 18, 1972, to Chairman Mills, with

statement. American Bankers Association, John M. Cookenbach, president, trust

division, technical memorandum
American Dental Association, Dr. Carl A. Laughlin, president, letter dated

May 19, 1972, to Chairman Mills, with enclosure-
American Library Association, statement-
American Life Convention and Life Insurance Association of America,

joint statement..
American Medical Association, Dr. Ernest B. Howard, executive vice

president, letter dated May 19, 1972, to Chairman Mills American Textile Manufacturers Institute, John E. Eck, Jr., chairman,

tax committee, letter dated May 18, 1972, to Chairman Mills. Anish, Mel, president, Louisiana Home Furnishings Representatives,

letter dated May 6, 1972, to Chairman Mills... Apfelberg, Alvin I., New York, N.Y., letter dated May 11, 1972, to

John M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means Armco Steel Corp., C. William Verity, Jr., chairman, letter dated May 4,

1972, to Chairman Mills_ Association of Long Island Engineers & Scientists, Arthur L. Rossoff,

chairman, letter dated May 19, 1972, to John M. Martin, Jr., chief

counsel, Committee on Ways and Means, with enclosure Association of Mutual Fund Plan Sponsors, statement. Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Taxation,

statement. Bank of America, Samuel B. Stewart, senior vice chairman of the board,

letter dated May 12, 1972, to Chairman Mills..

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Barnard, Morton John, president, Illinois State Bar Association, letter

dated May 4, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen. Batts, Roscoe' w., vice president, industrial relations, International

Harvester Co., letter dated May 9, 1972, to the Committee on Ways and

Means.
Bethlehem Steel Corp., Kenneth L. Houck, assistant general counsel,

letter dated May 10, 1972, forwarded by John A. Cardon..
Beverly Hills (Calif.) Bar Association, Martin Gendel, president, letter

dated May 1, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen.--
Blasier, R. D., vice president, industrial relations, Westinghouse Electric

Corp., letter dated May 10, 1972, to Chairman Mills.-
Blue Bell, Inc., E. A. Morris, chairman, R. S. LeMatty, president, L. K.

Mann, executive vice president, G. E. Dixon, vice president, finance,

letter dated May 17, 1972, to Chairman Mills-
Boland, Hon. Edward P., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Massachusetts, statement...
Bressler, Barry, associate professor of economics, Richmond College, City

University of New York, statement, on behalf of Taxation With Repre-
sentation.
Broyhill, Hon. James T., a Representative in Congress from the State of

North Carolina, statement.
Brummund, Walter H., Appleton, Wis., letter dated May 8, 1972, to the

Committee on Ways and Means.--
Bruskotter, J. W., manager, employee relations, Marathon Oil Co., letter

dated May 15, 1972, to Chairman Mills.-
Buesser, Frederick G., president, State Bar of Michigan, letter dated May

5, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen..
Caldwell, Robert J., president, California Products Corp., letter dated

April 28, 1972, to Chairman Mills-
California Bar Association, John S. Malone, secretary, telegram dated

May 7, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen -
California Products Corp., Robert J. Caldwell, president, letter dated

April 28, 1972, to Chairman Mills
Carton, V. J., manager, employee benefits, Gulf Oil Corp., letter dated

May 3, 1972, to John M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways

and Means. Chicago Bar Association:

Milton H. Gray, president, letter dated May 3, 1972, forwarded by

Sheldon S. Cohen.
Eugene J. Farrug, economics of legal profession committee, letter dated

May 2, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen.
Cincinnati" (Ohio) Bar Association, Robert R. Lavercombe, president,

telegram dated May 4, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen -
Clarke, David J., president, Denver (Colo.) Bar Association, telegram

dated May 6, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen..
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., Kenneth W. Hoehn, vice president

and treasurer, letter dated May 9, 1972, to the Committee on Ways

and Means Cookenbach, John M., president, trust division, American Bankers Asso

ciation, technical memorandum.Cooper, J. W., chairman, employee trusts committee, Corporate Fiduciaries

Association of Illinois, letter dated May 1 1972, to John M. Martin, Jr.,

chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means, with enclosure Corporate Fiduciaries Association of Illinois, J. W. Cooper, chairman,

employee trusts committee, letter dated May 4, 1972, to John M. Martin,

Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means, with enclosureCouncil of Profit Sharing Industries, Stanley D. Noble, president, letter

dated May 18, 1972, to Chairman Mills - -
Cramer, Harold, chancellor, Philadelphia Bar Association, letter dated

May 4, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen.
Credit Union National Association, Inc., George R. LaChapelle, president,

statement.
Daume, W. B., director of corporate personnel, Monsanto Co., letter dat ed

May 10, 1972, to Chairman Mills -
Davenport, John S., III, president, Virginia Bar Association, letter dated

May 4, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen -
Dechert, Price & Rhoads, Philadelphia, Pa., Kenneth W. Gemmill, letter

dated May 5, 1972, to Chairman Mills-

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Denver (Colo.) Bar Association, David J. Clarke, president, telegram

dated May 6, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen--

Dill, Warren, Denver, Colo., letter dated May 5, 1972, to Chairman Mills -

Dingell, Hon. John D., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Michigan, statement

District of Columbia Dental Society, Dr. Henry J. Heim, president, letter

dated May 10, 1972, to Chairman Mills

Dixon, G. E., vice president, finance, Blue Bell, Inc., letter dated May 17,

1972, to Chairman Mills.

Doyle, Paul K., vice president, Union Oil Co. of California, letter dated

May 8, 1972, to Chairman Mills

Dresser Industries, Inc., Virgil D. Lang, attorney, letter dated May 10,

1972, to John M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways and

Means.

Dudeck, James R., Jacksonville, Fla., letter to John M. Martin, Jr., chief

counsel, Committee on Ways and Means.

duPont, E. I., de Nemours & Co., E. R. Kane, senior vice president, letter

dated May 11, 1972, to Chairman Mills -

Dwyer, Gilbert E., vice president, administration, Kennecott Copper Corp.,

letter to John M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways and

Means..

Eastman Kodak Co., Carl L. Stevenson, assistant vice president, letter

dated May 12, 1972, forwarded by John A. Cardon.

Eck, John E., Jr., chairman, tax committee, American Textile Manu-

facturers Institute, letter dated May 18, 1972, to Chairman Mills.

Eli Lilly & Co., Harold M. Wisely, group vice president, letter dated

May 15, 1972, to Chairman Mills

Elman, Leonard S., New York, N.Y., letter dated May 12, 1972, to John

M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means--

Empire State Home Furnishings Representatives Association, Edwin E.

Leff, president, letter dated May 5, 1972, to Chairman Mills

Farrug, Eugene J., economics of legal profession committee, Chicago Bar

Association, letter dated May 2, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen.-

Ferguson, William E., chairman of the board, Thomson & McKinnon

Auchincloss, Inc., letter dated May 1, 1972, to John M. Martin, Jr.,

chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means -

Finn, Michael F., Arlington, Va., letter dated May 17, 1972, to John M.

Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways and Means..

(The) Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Lowell M. Jones, letter dated May 9,

1972, to Chairman Mills..

FMC Corp., R. F. Foster, director of personnel administration, letter

dated May 5, 1972, to Chairman Mills -

Foster, R. F., director of personnel administration, FMC Corp., letter

dated May 5, 1972, to Chairman Mills -

Freedman, Gerald, legislative committee chairman, New England Home

Furnishings Representatives Association, Inc., letter dated May 8, 1972,

to Chairman Mills.

Gatz, David, Birdsboro, Pa., letter dated May 3, 1972, to Chairman Mills.

Gemmill, Kenneth W., Dechert, Price & Rhoads, Philadelphia, Pa., letter

dated May 5, 1972, to Chairman Mills

Gendel, Martin, president, Beverly Hills (Calif.) Bar Association, letter

dated May 1, 1972, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen..

Georgia Home Furnishings Representatives Association, Jim Hughes,

president, letter dated May 10, 1972, to Chairman Mills

Gibala, Edward S., executive secretary, State Universities Retirement

System, letter dated April 27, 1972, to John M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel,

Committee on Ways and Means.-

Gray, Milton H., president, Chicago Bar Association, letter dated May 3,

1972, with enclosure, forwarded by Sheldon S. Cohen.

Gulf Oil Corp., V. J. Carton, manager, employee benefits, letter dated

May 3, 1972, to John M. Martin, Jr., chief counsel, Committee on Ways

and Means?

Halpern, Hon. Seymour, a Representative in Congress from the State of

New York, statement..

Harrison, Ronald C., president, National Home Furnishings Representa-

tives Association, letter dated May 16, 1972, to Chairman Mills ..

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