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Frederick F. Cohen 430

George K. Deniopulos, representing the Order of the American Hellenic

Educati(mal Progressive Association 4?.!

Harvard Law School chapter. National Lawyers Guild 433

Prakos P. Kutruhes 436

Mrs. Florence H. Luscomb, State chairman of the Progressive Party of

Massachusetts 436

Loui.«:e I'ettilione Smith, representing the Amei'ican Committee for Protec-
tion of Foreign Born, Massachusetts chapter 437

Carl Friedrich (professor of government. Harvard University) 439

Mrs. Vera B. Hanson 446

STATEMENTS SUBMITTED BY OTHER PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS

IN THE BOSTON AREA

Hon. Foster Furcolo, a Representative in the United States Congress from
the State of Massachusetts 448

John N. M. Howells, chairman of the Liberal Citizens of Massachusetts — 449

B. L. Smykowski, M. D., Bridgeport, Conn 449

Myron W. Fowell (secretary, Massachusetts Congregational Conference

and Missionary Society, Boston, Mass.) 451

Adam F. Stefanski, president, and Raymond Z. Sobocinski, secretary,
Polish-American Citizens Club. Salem. Mass. ; Mrs. Stasia Zmyewska.
president, and Mrs. Sophie Quellette, receiving secretary. Women's
Polish-American Citizens Club. Salem, Mass 451

K. S. La ton ret te (professor of missions and oriental history, Yale

Universit.v ) 452

Rev. Frederick J. Buckley (professor of social ethics, St. John's Seminary,

Brighton. Mass. ) 452

Judith Bregman, secretary of the committee on visa problems of the Fed-
eration of American Scientists 452

Maurice R. Davie (professor of sociology, Yale University) 453

Seventh Session
9:30 a. m., monday, october 6, 1952, at cleveland, ohio

Carl Frederick Wittke (dean of the graduate school, Western Reserve

University ) 455

Eugene H. Freedheim (cochairman of the Legislative Committee of the

Welfare Federation of Cleveland) 459

Donald S. Steinfirst (chairman of the Joint Committee on Service to New

Americans of Allegheny County) 463

Msgr. Michael J. Doyle, Catholic Diocese of Toledo, Catholic Charities
director 4(58

M.sgr. Frederick G. Mohan, representing the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland,

Catholic Resettlement Council 470

Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, representing the Jewish Community Federation
of Cleveland and Organized Jewish Communities of Pittsburgh, Buffalo,
Akron, Toledo, and Cincinnati . 472

Theodore Andrica, nationalities editor, the Cleveland Press 476

Charles P. Lucas, executive secretary, Cleveland Branch, National Associa-
tion foi- the Advancement of Colored People 479

Bela Nii^n-adi. editor, representing Zolten Gombos, publisher of Szabadzag,

a Hungarian daily 4S0

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Albert Ziminer, representing the American Banater Relief, affiliated with

the American Aid Societies 4^2

Father Gabor Takacs, chief editor of the Hungarian Catholic Sunday, ac-
companied by Mrs. Theresa A. Stibran, interpreter 483

Mrs. Theresa A. Stibran, representing the American-Hungarian Catholic



newspaper



485



Zygmunt B. Dybowski, president, Polish American Congress, Department
of Ohio ; former State adjutant, Polish Legion of American Veterans ;
editor of the Polish Daily News 489

Charles Posner, representing the Council of Churches of Greater Cincin-
nati, the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, the Citizen-
ship Council of Cincinnati, and Jewish Community Relations Council of
Cincinnati 491

Eighth Session

1 :30 p. m., monday, october 6, 19r>2, at cleveland, ohio

Sam Sponseller, regional director of the Congress of Industrial Organiza-
tions for the Cleveland area 495

Albert O. Davey, Jr., vice president, Cleveland Federation of Labor, Ameri-
can Federation of Labor, and editor of the Cleveland Citizen 499

Oliver Schroeder (assistant professor. Western Reserve University) repre-
senting the Federation of Protestant Churches of Cleveland and the
Cleveland Church Federation 501

W. Terry Osborne, associate general secretary, Cleveland YMCA, represent-
ing the Cleveland Church Federation and the Federation of Protestant
Churches of Cleveland 505

Rev. George Kuechle, pastor, St. Mark's Missouri Lutlieran Church, repre-
senting the Cleveland Church Federation and the Federation of Prot-
estant Churches of Cleveland 506

Rev. Oliver C. Grotefend, pastor, Hope Lutheran Church, president of the
Lutheran Resettlement Commission, Ohio, representing also the Cleve-
land Church Federation and the Federation of Protestant Churches of
Cleveland 508

Mrs. M. F. Bixler, coehairman of the Department of Christian World
Relations, Cleveland Council of Church Women, representing also the
Cleveland Church Federation and the Federation of Protestant Churches
of Cleveland 511

Mrs. Alice F. Loweth, coehairman of the Department of Christian World
Relations, Cleveland Council of Church Women, representing the Cleve-
land Church Federation and the Federation of Protestant Churches of
Cleveland 512

Robert A. Pollock, representing the Junior Order of United American

Mechanics , 513

Rev. Edward A. Brown (pastor, Westlake Methodist Church) executive

director of the American Civil Liberties Union, Cleveland branch 515

Madeline L. Greco, administrntive assistant, American Service Institute



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