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The House of Representatives Congress must meet annually on January 3. Members of this House of Representatives were elected Nov. 5, 1940; terms from Jan. 3, 1941, to Jan. 3, 1943. Salary of members, $10,000 a year,

Speaker, Sam Rayburn, D., of Texas.

Clerk of the House of Representatives--South Trimble, D., of Kentucky.
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Politics P. O. Address Dist.

Politics P. O. Address
ALABAMA

ILLINOIS-Continued 1 Frank W. Boykin*. Dem.. Mobile

12 Noah M. Mason*. Rep...Oglesby 2 George M. Grant Dem. . Troy

13 Leo E. Allen*

Rep...Galena 3 Henry B. Steagall Dern..Ozark

14 Anton J. Johnson* Rep...Macomb 4 Sam Hobbs * Dem.. Selma

15 Robert B. Chiperfeld* Rep...Canton 5 Joe Starnes Dem . . Guntersville

16 Everett M. Dirksen*... Rep... Pekin 6 Pete Jarman Dem. . Livingston

17 Leslie C. Arends* Rep...Melvin 7 Carter Manasco Dem..Jasper 18 Jessie Sumner*

Rep...Milford 8 John J. Sparkman Dem.. Huntsville

19 William H. Wheat. ....Rep...Rantoul 9 Luther Patrick Dem..Birmingham

20 James M. Barnes* Dem.. Jacksonville
21 Evan Howell

.Rep...Springfield
ARIZONA

22 Edwin M. Schaefer* Dem.. Belleville John R. Murdock*..... Dem. Tempe

23 Laurence F. Arnold Dem.. Newton

24 James V. Heldinger. Rep... Fairfield ARKANSAS

25 C. W. Bishop.

Rep...Carterville 1 E. C. Gathings* Dem.. West Memphis At L. William G. Stratton. Rep... Morris 2 Wilbur D. Mills Dem..Kensett

At L. Stephen A. Day..... Rep...Evanston 3 Clyde T. Ellis

Dem. . Bentonville 4 Fadjo Cravens*. Dem.. Fort Smith

INDIANA 5 David D. Terry Dem. . Little Rock

1 William T. Schulte*....Dem.. Hammond 6 W.F. Norrell Dem. . Monticello

2 Charles A. Halleck*. . Rep...Rensselaer 7 Oren Harris... Dem.. El Dorado

3 Robert A. Grant*. Rep... South Bend

4 George W. Gulie CALIFORNIA

Rep...Fort Wayne

5 Forest A. Haress Rep... Kokomo 1 Clarence F. Lea*. Dem.. Santa Rosa

6 Noble J. Johnson Rep ... Terre Haute 2 Harry L. Englebright* Rep...Nevada City

7 Gerald W. Landis* Rep... Linton 3 Frank H. Buck* Dem.. Vacaville

8 John W. Boehne, Jr.* . . Dem. Evansville 4 Thomas Rolph Rep...San Francisco

9 Earl Wilson.

.Rep...Huron 5 Richard J. Welch* Rep...San Francisco 10 Raymond S. Springer*. Rep...Connersville 6 Albert E. Carter Rep...Oakland

11 William H, Larrabee*, Dem. New Palestine 7 John H. Tolan* Dem..Oakland 12 Louis Ludlow..

Dem. , Indianapolis 8 John Z. Anderson Rep...San Juan Bautista 9 B. W. Gearhart*. Rep...Fresno

IOWA 10 A. J. Elliott* Dem. . Tulare

1 Thomas E. Martin Rep...Iowa City 11 Carl Hinshaw* Rep...Pasadena

2 Wm. S. Jacobsen Dem..Clinton 12 Jerry Voorhis*. Dem. . San Dimas

3 John W. Gwynne* Rep... Waterloo 13 Charles Kramer Dem..Los Angeles

4 Henry 0. Talle*

Rep... Decorah 14 Thomas F. Ford Dem..Los Angeles

5 Karl M. LeCompte*. Rep...Corydon 15 John M. Costello*. Dem., Hollywood

6 Paul H. Cunningham... Rep...Des Moines 16 Leland M. Ford Rep... Santa Monica

7 Ben F. Jensen

Rep... Extra 17 ..

8 Fred C. Gilchrist*. Rep ... Laurens 18 Ward Johnson.. Rep...Long Beach

9 Vincent Harrington*. . Dem. Sioux City 19 Harry R. Sheppard... Dem.. Yucalpa

KANSAS 20 Ed V. Izac*. Dem.. San Diego

1 W. P. Lambertson* Rep... Fairview COLORADO

2 U. S. Guyer*

Rep...Kansas City 1 Lawrence Lewis*.. Dern.. Denver

3 Thomas D. Winter* Rep ...Girard 2 William 8. Hill.. Rep ...Fort Collins

4 Edward H. Reese. Rep ...Emporia 3 J, Edgar Chenoweth. ...Rep... Trinidad

5 John M. Houston Dem.. Wichita
6 Frank Carlson*

Rep...Concordia
CONNECTICUT

7 Clifford R. Hope*.... Rep ...Garden City 1 H. P. Kopplernanni ..., Dem. Hartford

KENTUCKY 2 W. J. Fitzgeraldi Dem.. Norwich

1 Noble J. Gregory* ..... Dem.. Mayfield 3 James A. Shanley*. Dem.. New Haven

2 Beverly M. Vincent*...Dem. . Brownville 4 Le Roy D. Downs. Dem. South Norwalk 3 Emmet O'Neal*

Dem. . Louisville 5 J. Joseph Smith*. Dem. Prospect

4 Edward W. Creal* Dem..Hodgenville At L. Lucien Maciora. Dem.. New Britain

5 Brent Spence*

Der.. Fort Thomas DELAWARE

6 Virgil Chapman* Dem.. Paris

7 Andrew J. May* Philip A. Traynor...... Dem. . Wilmington

Dem. .Prestonsburg 8 Joe B. Batey*

Dem .. Greenup
FLORIDA

6 John M. Robsion*. Rep... Barbourville 1 J. Harden Peterson Dem. . Lakeland

LOUISIANA 2 Lex Green Dern.. Starke

1 F. Edward Hebert... Dem.. New Orleans 3 Robert Sikes. Dem ..Crestview

2 Hale Boggs

Dem.. New Orleans 4 Pat Cannon* Dem.. Miami

3 James Domengeaux Dern. . Lafayette 5 Joe Hendricks* Dem.. De Land

4 Overton Brooks*. Dem. . Shreveport GEORGIA

5 Newt V. Mills

Dem.. Monroe 1 Hugh Peterson Dem.. Alley

6 Jared Y. Sanders, Jr... Dem., Baton Rouge 2 E. E. Cox Dem.. Camilla

7 Vance Plauche.

Dem. . Lake Charles 3 Stephen Pace Dem.. Americus

8 A. Leonard Allen.. Dem.. Winnfield 4 Albert S. Camp Dem.. Newnan

MAINE 5 Robert Ramspeck Dem . . Atlanta

1 James C. Oliver

Rep... South Portland 6 Carl Vinson Dem.. Milledgeville

2 Margaret C. Smith Rep...Skowhegan 7 Malcolm C. Tarver* .Dem.. Dalton

3 Frank Fellowg..

Rep...Bangor 8 John S. Gibson

Dem., Douglas 9 B. Frank Whelchel Der . . Gainesville

MARYLAND 10 Paul Brown Dem.. Elberton

1 David J. Ward* .. Dem. . Salisbury

2 William P. Cole, Jr... Dem..Towson IDAHO

3 Thos. D'Alesandro, Jr. *.Dem. . Baltimore 1 Compton I. White*.. Dem.. Clark Fork

4 John A. Meyer.

Dem. . Baltimore 2 Henry C. Dworshak...Rep...Burlew

5 Lansdale G. Sasscer*... Dem.. Upper Marlboro ILLINOIS

6 Katharine E. Byron... Dem. . Willlamsport 1 Arthur W. Mitchell * ... Dem.. Chicago

MASSACHUSETTS 2 R. S. McKeough* Dem.. Chicago

1 Allen T. Treadway. Rep...Stockbridge 3 Edward A. Kelly Dem. . Chicago

2 Charles R. Clason*, Rep...Springtield 4 Harry P. Beam Dem.. Chicago

3 Joseph E. Casey* Dem. . Clinton 5 Adolph J. Sabath Dem. . Chicago

4 Pehr G. Holmes* Rep. Worcester 6 A. F. Maciejewski Dem.. Chicago

5 Edith Nourse Rogers* Rep Lowell 7 Leonard W. Schuetz*. Dern.. Chicago

6 George J. Bates *. Rep...Salern 8 Leo Kocialkowski Dem.. Chicago 9 Charles S. Dewey Rep...Chicago

8 Arthur D. Healey. ... Dem..Somerville 10 George A. Paddock. Rep... Evanston

9 Thomas H. Eliot. Dem.. Cambridge 11 Chauncey W. Reed*.. Rep...West Chicago 10 George H. Tinkham*... Rep...Boston

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Politics P. O. Address MASSACHUSETTS-Continued 11 Thomas A. Flaherty*. .Dem.. Boston 12 John W. McCormack*, Dem.. Boston 13 Rich. B. Wigglesworth* Rep.. Milton 14 Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Rep.. North Attleboro 15 Charles L. Gifford*. ....Rep...Bamstable

MICHIGAN 1 Rudolph G. Tenerowicz*Dem. Hamtramck 2 Earl Michener Rep... Adrian 3 Paul W. Shafer

Rep ...Battle Creek 4 Glare E. Hoffman. Rep... Allegan 5 Bartel J. Jonkman Rep...Grand Rapids 6 William W. Blackney* Rep...Flint 7 Jesse P. Wolcott

Rep...Port Huron 8 Fred L. Crawford Rep...Saginaw 9 Albert J. Engel* Rep... Muskegon 10 Roy O. Woodruff Rep...Bay City 11 Fred Bradley*

Rep... Rogers City 12 Frank E. Hook

Dem. . Ironwood 13 George D. O'Brient .Dem..Detroit 14 Louis Rabaut..

Dem, Grosse Pointe Pk. 15 John D. Dingell Dem..Detroit 16 John Lesinski®

.Dem.. Dearborn 17 George A. Dondero... Rep...Royal Oak

MINNESOTA 1 August H. Andresen*... Rep. Red Wing 2 Joseph P. O'Hara.... Rep...Glencoe 3 Richard P, Gale.

Rep...Mound 4 Melvin J. Maas * Rep...St. Paul 5 Oscar Youngdahl. Rep...Minneapolis 6 Harold Knutson* Rep...St. Cloud 7 H. Carl Andersen*. Rep... Tyler 8 William A. Pittenger* . .Rep...Duluth 9 Richard T. Buckler....F. L...Crookston

MISSISSIPPI 1 John E. Rankin, Dern. . Tupelo 2 Jamle L. Whitton. Dem. . Charleston 3 Wm. M. Whittington*. Dem. . Greenwood 4 A. L. Ford.

.Dem.. Ackerman 5 Ross A. Collins .Dem.. Meridian 6 wulam M. Colmer* ... Dem. Pascagoula 7 Dan R. McGehee* . Dem..Meadville

MISSOURI 1 Milton A. Romjue*. Dem.. Macon 2 William L. Nelson* Dem.. Columbia 3 Richard M. Duncan...Dem. St. Joseph 4 C. Jasper Bell*. Dern. . Blue Springs 5 Joseph B. Shannon*. Dem. Kansas City 6 Phil A. Bennett. Rep...Springfield 7 Dewey Short*

Rep...Galena 8 Clyde Williams Dem. .Hillsboro 9 Clarence Cannon* Dem. Elsberry 10 Orville Zimmerman .Dem..Kennett 11 John B. Sullivan.. Dern..St. Louis 12 Walter C. Ploeser.. Rep... St. Louis 13 John J. Cochran* Dem.. St. Louis

MONTANA 1 Jeannette Rankint Rep...Missouls 2 James F. O'Connor* ...Dom., Livingston

NEBRASKA 1 Oren S. Copeland Rep... Lincoln 2 Chas. F. McLaughlin*. Dem..Omaha 3 Kart Stefan*

Rep...Norfolk 4 Carl T. Curtis*.

Rep...Minden
5 Harry B. Coffee Dem.. Chadron

NEVADA
James G. Scrugham ...Dem. Reno

NEW HAMPSHIRE
1 Arthur B. Jenks* ...... Rep... Manchester
2 Foster Stearns. Rep...Hancock

NEW JERSEY 1 Charles A. Wolverton Rep... Merchantville 2 Elmer H. Wenet

Dem.. Vineland
3 William H. Sutphin* . Dem. Matawan
4 D. Lane Powers* Rep ... Trenton
5 Charles A. Eaton*. Rep... Watchung
6 Donald H. McLean* ... Rep... Elizabeth
7 J. Parnell Thomas* Rep..Allendale
8 Gordon Canfield.... Rep...Paterson
9 Frank C. Osmers, Jr... Rep...Haworth
10 Fred A. Hartley, Jr.*...Rep.. Kearny
11 Albert L. Vreeland.. Rep...East Orange
12 Robert W. Kean*. Rep... Livingston
13 Mary T. Norton... Dem..Jersey City
14 Edward J. Hart*. Dern..Jersey City

NEW MEXICO
Clinton P. Anderson. ...Dem. Alberquerque

NEW YORK
1 Leonard W. Hall.. Rep...Oyster Bay
2 William B. Barry Dem.. Hollis
3 Joseph L. Pfeifer Dem. Brooklyn
4 Thomas H. Cullen, Dem.. Brooklyn
5 James H. Heffernan. ...Dem. Brooklyn
6 Andrew L. Somery*. Dern. Brooklyn
7 John J. Delaney* Dem..Brooklyn

Dist.

Politics P. O. Address NEW YORK-Continued 8 Donald L. O'Toole*.. Dem. , Brooklyn 9 Eugene J. Keogh*. Dem. . Brooklyn 10 Emanuel Celler Dem. Brooklyn 11 James A O'Leary* Dem.. West N. Brighton 12 Samuel Dickstein Dem. New York City 13 Louis J. Capozzoll.. Dem. New York City 14 Arthur G. Klein. ..Dem.. New York City 15 Michael J. Kennedy* Dem. New York City 16 Wulam T. Pheiffer. Rep... New York City 17 Joseph Clark Baldwin. Rep... New York City 18 Martin J Kennedy*... Dem, New York City 19 Sol Bloom

Dem. New York City 20 Vito Marcantonio* AL... New York City 21 Joseph A. Gavagan Dem. New York City 22 Walter A. Lynch

Dem.. Bronx 23 Charles A. Buckley*: Dem.. Bronx 24 James M. Fitzpatrick* Dern. . Bronx 25 Ralph A. Gamble* Rep... Larchmont 26 Hamilton Fish

Rep...Garrison 27 Lewis Rockefeller* Rep...Chatham 28 William T Byrne* Dem. . Loudonville 29 E Harold Cluett* Rep ... Troy 30 Frank Crowther Rep...Schenectady 31 Clarence E. Kilburn... Rep...Malone 32 Francis D. Culkin* Rep...Oswego 33 Fred J. Douglas*. Rep ... Utica 34 Edwin A. Hall*. Rep...Binghamton 35 Clarence E. Hancock*.. Rep...Syracuse 36 John Taber*

Rep ...Auburn 37 W. Sterting Cole* Rep...Bath 38 Joseph J. O'Brien*. Rep...East Rochester 39 James W. Wadsworth * Rep...Geneseo 40 Walter G. Andrews*... Rep...Buffalo 41 Alfred F. Beitert .Dem.. Williamsville 42 John C. Butler.. Rep... Buffalo 43 Daniel A. Reed*. Rep... Dunkirk At L. Matthew J. MerrittDem,.Flushing At L. Caroline O'Day*....Dem. Rye

NORTH CAROLINA
1 Herbert C. Bonner*.... Denn.. Washington
2 John H. Kerr*. Dem.. Warrenton
3 Graham A. Barden*. Dem.. New Bern.
4 Harold D. Cooley*. Dem.. Nashville
5 John H. Folger. Dem'.. Mount Alry
6 Carl T. Durham Dern.. Chapel Hill
7 J. Bayard Clark* Der.. Fayetteville
8 William O. Burgin* .. Dem. . Lexington
9 Robert L. Doughton*. . Dem. . Laurel Springs
10 Alfred L. Bulwinkle*... Dem.. Gastonia
11 Zebulon Weaver*......Dem.. Asheville

NORTH DAKOTA
At L. Usher L. Burdick...Rep...Williston
At L. Charles Robertson...Rep...Bismarck

OHIO
1 Charles H, Elston Rep... Newton
2 William E. Hess* Rep...Cincinnati
3 Greg Holbrock.. Dem. Hamilton
4 Robert F. Jones* Rep... Lima
5 CII Clevenger*

Rep.. Bryan 6 Jacob E. Davis. Dem.. Waverly 7 Clarence J. Brown* Rep...Blanchester 8 Frederick C. Smith. .Rep...Marion 9 John F. Hunter* Dem..Toledo 10 Thomas A. Jenkins .Rep... Ironton 11 Harold K. Claypool*, Dem..Chillicothe 12 John M. Vorys*

Rep...Columnbus 13 A. D. Baumhart, Jr. Rep... Vermilion 14 Dow W. Harter

Dem.. Akroa 15 Robert T, Secrest *. Dem..Caldwell 16 William R. Thomt Dem. Canton 17 J. Harry McGregor* . .Rep... West Lafayette 18 Lawrence E. Imhofft Dem..St. Clairsville 19 Michael J. Kirwan* Dem.. Youngstown 20 Martin L. Sweeney* Dem, . Cleveland 21 Robert Crosser

Dem ..Cleveland 22 Frances P. Bolton. Rep...Cleveland At L. George H. Bender* . .Rep...Cleveland Heights At L Stephen M. Young . t Dem. . Cleveland

OKLAHOMA 1 Wesley E. Disney*..... Dem. . Tulsa 2 Jack Nichols

Dem.. Eufaula 3 Wilburn Cartwright*... Dem. . McAlester 4 Lyle H. Boren",

Dem.. Seminole 5 Mike Monroney* Dem..Oklahoma City 6 Jed Johnson.

Dem.. Anadarko
7 Victor Wickersham. Dem.. Mangum
8 Ross Rizley.

Rep...Guymon
At L. WII Rogers*, Dem..Oklahoma City

OREGON
James W. Mott. Rep. Salern
2 Walter M. Plerce* Dern..La Grande
3 Homer D. Angeli* Rep...Portland

PENNSYLVANIA 1 Leon Sackg

Dem.. Philadelphia 2 James P. McGranery* .Dem. .Philadelphia

Por Northfield

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PENNSYLVANIA- Continued

TEXAS-Continued 3 Michael J. Bradley*....

Dem..

Philadelphia 11 William R. Poage.. Dem..Waco 4 John E. Sheridan Dem. . Philadelphia 12 Fritz G. Lanham* Dem.. Fort Worth 5 Francis R. Smith. Dem. Philadelphia

13 Ed Gossett*

Dem.,Wichita Falls 6 Francis J. Myerg*. Dem.. Philadelphia

14 Richard M. Kleberg*...Dem. Corpus Christi 7 Hugh D. Scott, Jr. Rep... Philadelphia

15 Milton H. West* Dem. . Brownsville 8 James Wolfenden* Rep...Upper Darby 16 R. Ewing Thomason*, Dem.. El Paso 9 Charles L. Gerlach Rep... Allentown

17 Sam M. Russell.

Dem.Stephenville 10 J. Roland Kinzer* Rep... Lancaster

18 Eugene Worley

Der .. Shamrock 11 Patrick J. Boland.. Dem. . Scranton

19 George H. Mahon*.. Dem. . Colorado 12 J. Harold Flannery*. .Dem., Pittston

20 Paul J. Kilday*

Dem.. San Antonio 13 Ivor D. Fenton. Rep.. Mahanoy City 21 Charles L. South Dem..Coleman 14 Guy L. Moser Dem. Douglassville

UTAH 15 Wilson D. Gillette. .Dem., Towanda

1 Walter K. Granger 16 Robert F. Rich*

Dem.. Cedar City
.Rep...Woolrich

2 J. W. Robinson

Dem. . Provo 17 J. William Ditter Rep... Ambler 18 Richard M. Simpson* Rep...Huntingdon

VERMONT 19 John C. Kunkel. Rep... Harrisburg

Charles A. Plumley*... Rep 20 Benjamin Jarrett* Rep... Farrell

VIRGINIA 21 Francis E. Walter Dem. Easton

1 Schuyler O. Bland*.... Dem.. Newport News 22 Harry L. Hainest .Dem.. Red Lion

2 Winder R. Harris Dem., Norfolk 23 James E. Van Zandt*. Rep... Altoona

3 Dave E. Satterfield, Jr. *Dem. Richmond 24 J. Buell Snyder* Dem. . Perryopolis

4 Patrick H. Drewry*. Dem. . Petersburg 25 Charles I. Faddis* Dem.. Waynesburg

5 Thomas G. Burch Dem.. Martinsville 26 Louls E. Graham* Rep...Beaver

6 Clifton A. Woodrum*, DemRoanoke 27 Harve Tibbott* Rep... Ebensburg

7 A. Willis Robertson* Dem.. Lexington 28 Augustine B. Kelley, Dem.. Greensburg

8 Howard W. Smith*. Dem.. Alexandria 29 Robert L. Rodgers* Rep...Erle

9 J. W. Flannagan, Jr.* .. Dem. . Bristol 30 Thomas E. Scanlon, Dem.. Pittsburgh 31 Samuel A. Weiss., Dem.. Glassport

WASHINGTON 32 Herman P, Eberharter* Dem. . Pittsburgh

1 Warren G. Magnuson* . Dem..Seattle 33 Joseph A. McArdle Dem. . Pittsburgh

2 Henry M. Jackson.. Dem.. Everett 34 James A. Wright. Dem..Carnegie

3 Martin F. Smith* Dem.. Hoqulam

4 Knute HII RHODE ISLAND

Dem., Prosser 1 Alme J. Forandt

5 Charles H. Leavy* . ... Dem. Spokane ....... Dem ..Central Falls

6 John M. Coffee

Dem.. Tacoma 2 John E. Fogarty.. Dem.. Harmony

WEST VIRGINIA
SOUTH CAROLINA

1 Robert L. Ramseyt ....Dem. . Follansbee 1 L. Mendel Rivers.. Dem. Charleston

2 Jennings Randolph*....Dem.. Elkins 2 Hampton P. Fulmer*. ..Dem.. Orangeburg

3 Andrew Edmniston*. Dem.,Weston 3 Butler B. Hare* Dem. . Saluda

4 George W. Johnson*.. Dem. Parkersburg 4 Joseph R. Bryson* Dem. . Greenville

5 John Kee*

.Dem.. Bluefield 5 James P. Richards* ....Dem. , Lancaster

6 Joe L. Smith*........ Dem. Beckley 6 John L. McMulan .. Dem. , Florence

WISCONSIN
SOUTH DAKOTA

1 Lawrence H. Smith .. Rep... Racine
1 Karl E. Mundt
....... Rep... Madison

2 Harry Sauthoff

. Prog. Madison 2 Francis Case*.. .... Rep... Custer

3 Wm. H. Stevenson, Rep... La Crosse TENNESSEE

4 T. F. B. Wasielewski. Dem. Milwaukee 1 B. Carroll Reece* Rep...Johnson City

5 Lewis D. Thill*.

Rep...Milwaukee 2 John Jennings, Jr* Rep...Knoxville

6 Frank B. Keefe* Rep...Oshkosh .Dem. . Chattanooga

7 Reid F. Murray 3 Estes Ketauver*

.Rep...Ogdensburg
.Dem.. Carthage

8 Joshua L. Johns* 4 Albert Gore*

. Rep... Algoma

9 Merlin Hull* . Ind... Nashville 5 J. Percy Priest.

Prog.. Black River Falls 6 Wirt Courtney Dem.. Franklin

10 Bernard J. Gehrmann* .Prog.. Mellen 7 Herron Pearson*. Dem. . Jackson

WYOMING 8 Jere Cooper* Dem., Dyersburg

John J. McIntyre... ... Dem. . Douglas 9 Chord Davig* ..Dem..Memphis

ALASKA--Delegate
TEXAS

Antony J. Dimond*....Dem.. Valdez
1 Wright Patman*. Dem..Texarkana
2 Martin Dies*
Dem. Orange

HAWAII--Delegate • 3 Lindley Beckworth*. Dem..Gilmer

Samuel W. King*...... Rep..,Honolulu 4 Sam Rayburn* Dem.. Bonham

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS-Resident Com. 5 Hatton W. Sumners*... Dem. . Dallas

Joaquin M. Elizalde*... Nat'l., Manila 6 Luther A. Johnson* Dem ..Corsicana

Dem ..Crockett 7 Nat Patton.

(Appointed Sept. 29, 1938, to serve indefinitely) 8 Albert Thomas* Dem..Houston

PUERTO RICO Resident Commissioner 9 Joseph J. Mansfeld* ... Dem. . Columbus

Bolivar Pagan*.

Coal't.San Juan 10 Lyndon Johnson*. Dem.. Johnson City

Elected for a term of four years ending 1945 *Served in the 76th Congress. Served in & previous Congress.

The House of Representatives of the 77th Congress consists of 435 members. The composition as elected Nov. 5, 1940, was: Democrats, 266, Republicans, 161; Progressive, 3; Farmer-Labor, 1 American Labor, 1; Independent, 1; vacancies, 2.

Political Divisions in Congress at Opening, 1890-1941

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House of Reps

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House of Reps Congress

Congress
T., R.D.I./V. T.

D. 1. V.

T.) R. D.II. V. T. | R | D. I. IV. 520 88 47) 39 2 333 88 231 14 65th. 96 42 53

435) 216 210 9 53d 88 38 44 3) 3 357 126) 2201 8 66th

961 481 47 1 4351 237 191 54th 881 441 39 5 357 2461 104 7 67th

96 59/ 37

4351 3001 132 55th

90 461 341 10.. 357 2061 134 16 1/ 68th 961 51) 43 2 435 225 207 56th 90 53 26 11 357 185 163 9 69th

96) 541 40

1 435 247 183 57th 90 561 29 3 3571 1981 153 1170th. 96

1 435) 237 195 58th 90 581 32 3861 207 178

1 71 st. 96) 56) 39 1 435) 267163 59th 90 58 32 3861 250 136

72nd (a) 96) 481 47 1 435) 220 214
60th
92 61 29
21 386) 222 164

73d.
96 36 59

4351 117 313
61st.
92] 59 32
1 3911 219 172

961 25/ 69 2

4351 103) 322 10 620 92 491 42 1 391 162 228 1 75th

96) 171 75

435 89 333 13 634 96 44 51 435 127 290) 181 76th, 96) 23) 69

435 169 262 64th 96) 39 56 4351 1931 231 8 3!177th

96| 2866

435, 162 2071 6 T.-Total. R.-Republican. D. Democrat. 1.-Independent. V.-Vacant. (a) Democrats organized House, due to Republican deaths.

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Ariz. Sidney P. Osborn, D
Ark Homer Adkins, D...
Calit. Culbert L. Olson, D.
Colo. Ralph L. Carr, R.
Conn Robert A. Hurley, D.
Del. Walter W. Bacon, R.
Fla... Spessard L. Holland, D.
Ga

Eugene Talmadge, D..
Idaho.. Chase A. Clark, D
III.. Dwight H. Green, R.
Ind. H. F. Schricker, D..
Iowa. George A. Wilson, R.
Kan.. Payne Ratner, R.
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Keen Johnson, D

Sam Huston Jones, D. Me.

Sumner Sewall, R.... Md..

Herbert R. O'Conor, D. Mass Leverett Saltonstall, R. Mich

M. D Van Wagoner, D. Minn..

Harold Stassen, R.
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Paul B. Johnson, D.
Mo.... F. C. Donnell, R..
Mont....Sam C. Ford, R
Nebr Dwight Griswold, R.
Nev E. P. Carville, D.
N. H... Robert O. Blood, R.

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Governor
N. J.... Charles Edison, D.
N. M., John E. Miles, D
N. Y Herbert H. Lehman, D..
N. C. J. M. Broughton, D.
N. D John Moses, D.
Ohio. John W. Bricker, R.
Okla. Leon C. Phillips, D.,
Ore. Charles A. Sprague, R.
Pa. Arthur H. James, R.
R. I. J. H. McGrath, D
S. C. J. E. Harley
S. D. Harlan J. Bushfield, R..
Tenn

Prentice Cooper, D.
Texas.. W. Lee O'Daniel, D.
Utah Herbert B. Maw
Vt. William H. Wills, R.
Va. Colgate W. Barden, Jr.D.
Wash. Arthur B. Langlie, R..
W. Va. M. M. Neely, D..
Wis. Julius P. Hell, R..
Wyo.

... Nels H. Smith, R..
Alaska... Ernest H. Gruening, D.
Hawaii.. Joseph P. Poindexter, D.
Phil. I... Francis B. Sayre, U. S.

High Commissioner
P. Rico., Rexford Guy Tugwell..
Virgin Isi Charles Harwood

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Legislature
State Gov. Term

Limit Budget Debt Ass'd Val
Begins

Sen. Rep. Begins, Meets Days $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 Alabama.

Jan. 1943 35 106 May 1943 Blen. 60 4,000 64,703 976,110 Arizona Jan. 1943 19 52 Jan, 1943 Bien.

60 22,268 250 386.929 Arkansas Jan. 1943 35 100 Jan. 1943 Blen.

60 36,000 149,255 438,029 California. Jan. 1943 50

80 Jan. 1943 Bien. None 521,741 156,571 3,212,137 Colorado

Jan. 1943 35 65 Jan. 1943 Bien. None 12,916 2,461 742,440 Connecticut. Jan. 1943

267 Jan, 1943 Bien,

130 107,674) 24,000 3,045.238 Delaware. Jan, 1945 17 34 Jan. 1943 Bien,

60 7,485 4,316 326,374 Florida. Jan, 1945 38

97 Apr. 1943

Blen.

60 81,971] None 446,449 Georgia. Jan, 1943 51 205 Jan. 1943 Blen.

70 52,431 26,376 696,569 Idaho. Jan. 1943 64 Jan, 1943 Bien,

60 14,000 1,408 387,496 Illinois Jan. 1945 51 153 Jan. 1943 Blen.

None 239,842 167,935 4,856,823 Indiana Jan. 1945 50 100 Jan. 1943

Bien.

61 41,678 None 3,870,120 Iowa...

Jan. 1943 50 108 Jan. 1943 Bien. None 34,261 2,200 2,436,640 Kansas Jan. 1943 40 125 Jan, 1943 Blen.

60 9,740 13,440 1,735,007 Kentucky

Dec. 1943 38 100 Jan. 1943 Bien, 60 25,962 None 1,207,882 Louisiana. May 1944 39 100 May 1942 Bien,

60 70,000 159,379 1,370,060 Maine. Jan. 1943 33 151 Jan. 1943 Bien.

60 11.928 28,010 684,764 Maryland Jan. 1943 29

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90 50,072 41,305 2,437,892 Massachusetts.. Jan. 1943 40 240 Jan, 1943 Bien, None 93,352 86, 255 5,611,253 Michigan Jan. 1943 32 100 Jan. 1943

None 116,064 3,748 5,843,067 Minnesota Jan, 1943 67 131 Jan. 1943 Bien,

90 45,435 110,597 1,303,991 Mississippi. Jan, 1944 49 140 Jan. 1942 Bien, None 42,344) 48,615 377,336 Missouri..

Jan. 1945 34 150 Jan. 1943 Bien. None 253,484 90, 251 3,825.631 Montana. Jan, 1945 56 102 Jan. 1943 Bien.

60 7,460 2,689 578,924 Nebraska. Jan. 1943

43
Jan. 1943

Bien. None 57,981 None 1,463,623
Nevada
Jan. 1943 17 37 Jan. 1943 Bien,

60

805 499 197.599 New Hampshire Jan. 1943 24 247 Jan. 1943 Blen, None 7,989) 13,270 507,693 New Jersey Jan. 1944 21

Jan. 1942 Ann. None 36,455/ 68,037 4.768.391 New Mexico Jan. 1943 24 49 Jan. 1943 Bien.

60 3,716 1,513 329,024 New York

Jan, 1943 51 150 Jan. 1942 Ann. 110 402,814 529,460 25,578,347 North Carolina, Jan, 1945 50 120 Jan. 1943

None 76,089 129,718 2,703,293 North Dakota.. Jan, 1943 49 113 Jan. 1943 Bien,

60 16,519 20.726 649, 165 Ohio.

Jan. 1943 36 138 Jan. 1943 Bien, None (352,925 None Unavail'ble Oklahoma Jan. 1943

Jan. 1943 Bien,

60 22,111 37,683 1,195,099 Oregon Jan. 1943 30 60 Jan. 1943 Bien,

40 20,5381 11,723 896,787 Pennsylvania.. Jan. 1943 50 208 Jan. 1943 Bien. None 518 89,440 8,291,482 Rhode Island Jan. 1943

100 Jan. 1942 Ann,

60 16,375 25,303 1,485,927 South Carolina, Jan. 1943 46 123 Jan. 1942 Ann.

40 14,000 44,000 363,000 South Dakota.. Jan. 1943 35 75 Jan. 1943 Bien.

60 8,812 32,485 944,233 Tennessee. Jan. 1943 33 99 Jan. 1943

Bien.

75 21,821 87,451 1,431.802 Texas.

Jan. 1943 30 150 Jan. 1943 Bien. 120 52,000 3,831 3,297,924 Utan. Jan. 1945 23 00 Jan. 1943 Bien,

60 6,120 2,105 Unavail'ble Vermont..

Jan. 1943 30 246 Jan. 1943 Bien, None 14,326 7,807 Unavail'ble Virginia Jan. 1946 40 100 Jan. 1942 Bien,

60 93,679 13,917 1,382,488 Washington, Jan. 1945 46

99 Jan. 1943 Bien.

60 256,714 3,142 781.859 West Virginia. Jan. 1943 32

94 Jan. 1943 Bien.

60 44,570 76,085 850,255 Wisconsin.

Jan. 1943 33 100 Jan. 1943 Bien, None 37,056 1,184 4,353,503 Wyoming Jan. 1943 27 56 Jan, 1943 Bien,

40 7,444) 2,520 337,346 The National Anthem

Source: Records of Congress By an Act of Congress, approved by the President Whenever the National Anthem is played at any on March 3, 1931, the words and music of "The place where persons belonging to the armed forces Star Spangled Banner" were designated as the of the United States are present, all officers and national anthem.

enlisted men not in formation shall stand at attenThe words were written in 1814 by Francis Scott tion facing toward the music (except at colors, Key (1780-1843), a lawyer, of Frederick, Md., and when they shall face toward the colors). If in uniWashington, who, as a visitor on board a British form, covered, they shall salute at the first note vessel in Baltimore, had witnessed the British bom- of the anthem, retaining the position of salute until bardment of Fort McHenry.

the last note of the anthem. If not in uniform and The words were sung to the air of "Anacreon in covered, they shall uncover at the first note of the Heaven."

anthem.

Blen.

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Life Insurance in Force in the United States Source: Life Insurance Year-Book of The Spectator, Philadelphia; figures do not include business of

foreign companies operating in the United States As of Dec. 31 Ordinary Policies Industrial Policies Group Policies

All Policies No. $1,000 No. $1,000 No. $1,000 No. $1.000 1925

23, 81,758 54,519,176 73,735,801 12,823,681 11,181 4,299,271 97,629,440 71.642.128 1930.

32,738,561 79,774,841 89,436,438 18,287,4081 37,774 9,886,029 122,212,773 107.948,778 1931

33,498,958 80,657,119 88,228,404 18,274,432 33.174 9,954,011 121,760,536 108,885,563 1932.

32,788.251 76,780,238 82,944,658 17,265,390 29,713 9,108,742 115,762,622 103, 154,370 1933

31.924,906 71,918,829 81,517,404 17,154,473 27,284 8,911,742 113,469.594 97,985.044 1934.

32,622,406 71,298,680 82,579,393 17.650.708 20,324 8,593,022 115,222,123 98,542,411 1935.

33,373,787 71.963,295 83,970,863 18,297,543 25,203 10.469.577 117,369,853 100,730,415 1936.

34,393,89773,737.605 86,715,415 19,463,951 21,932 11,465,650 121.131,244 104,667,206 1937.

35,255,027 76,071,004 88,881,442 20,591,183 21,142 12,910,263 124,157,611 109,572,451 1938

35,939,231 77,265,494 88,516,166 20,985,705 22,791 12,803,490 124,478,188 111,054,689 1939

36.992.120 78,813,619 87.934,374 21,140,150 24,438 14,022,749 124.950,932 113,976,518 1940

38,435,679) 81,069,215 87,331,522 21,343,634 26,610 15,381,535 125,793,8111117,794,384

FINANCIAL STATISTICS OF LIFE INSURANCE
Year
Pay.
Liabil- Year

Pay

Liabil(Cal.) Income ments Assets ities (Cal.) Income ments Assets ities $1.000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000

$1.000 $1.000 $1.000 $1.000 1925. 3.017,800 1,246.169 11,537,615 10,867,475||1935. 5,072,095 2,535,113 23.216,496 22,219,729 1930. 4,593,973 2,246,776 18,879,611 17,862.142 1936. 5,180,225 3,518,026 24,874,316 23,702,380 1931 4.850,376 2,606,551 20,159,940 19,115,8801937 5,257,049 3,610,343 26,249,049 25.084,340 1932. 4.653,396 3.087.014 20.754,112 19,773,947 1938. 5,357,452 3,744,417 27.755,660 26,510,792 1933. 4,622,292 3,016,434 20.895,728 19,885,328 1939. 5,453,133 2,641,526 29,243,41127.925,660 1934. 4.785,985 2.704.946 21.843,794 20.813,483' 1940. 5,657,842 2,680,665 30,802,154 29,404,609

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Annual Fire Losses in the United States
Source: 1879-1916, Journal of Commerce; since, National Board of Fire Underwriters
Year
Loss
Year
Loss
Year
Loss
Year

Loss 1880 $74,643,400|1908 $217,885,8501919. $320,540,3991930

$501,980.624 1885 102.818.7961909 188,705,150|1920 447.886,677|1931

451,643,866 1890 108,993,7921910 214,003,300||1921 495,406,012||1932,

400.859,554 1895 142,110,2331911 217,004,575|1922 506,541.001|1933.

271,453,189 1900 160,929,805 1912 206,438,900 1923 535,372,782||1934

271,197.296 1901 165,817.8101913 203,763,5501924 549,062.124|1935

235, 263.401 1902 161,078,0401914. 221.439,350|1925 559,418,1841936

266,659.449 1903 145,302,155 1915 172,033, 200|1926 561,980,7511937

254,959,423 1904 229,198,050 1916. 258,377,952 1927 472,933,969 1938.

258,477,944 1905. 165,221,650 1917 289,535,0501928 464,607,1091939.

275,102,119 1906 518,611.800 1918 353,878,876|1929. 459,445,778|1940.

286,491,347 1907

215,084,709 Fires cost annually in the United States about 10,000 human lives.

Credit Sales in the United States

Total
Sales

Source: The United States Bureau of the Census
Credit

Total Credit
Sales

Sales Sales

Total
Sales

$1.000 $1,000
U. S. Total 25,404,887 13,456,193 Louisiana..
Alabama... 259,883 155,882 Maine..
Arizona.

109,353 63,238) Maryland.. Arkansas

187,493 105,810 Mass California... 1,907,509 1,087,322 Michigan, Colorado. 289,560 154,479||Minnesota Connecticut. 447.676 246,541 Mississippi: Delaware.

73,515 43.012 Missouri.. Dist. of Col. 233.741 139,735 Montana. Florida.

349,664 193,880 Nebraska. Georgia..

435,036 247,885 Nevada... Idaho.

124,791 69.151 N. Hamp.. Ilinois

1,662,549 834,094 New Jersey. Indiana.. 662,584 334,361 | New Mexico Iowa..

571,516 265,386 New York.. Kansas.

335,183 173.212 N. Carolina, Kentucky. 324,486 170.442 N. Dakota..

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Credit
Sales
$1.000
770,084
209,315
152.491
923, 174

92,533 123,747

52,666 249.436 712,289 62,413 41,724 217.554 254,175 133,961 333.397 40,104

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