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was below Home Builders Will Solicit Survey Funds The Home Builders Association will begin Monday trying to raise contributions from its members toward the proposed $25,000 economic economic survey of the Corpus Christi area. The group's progress committee, committee, headed by Leland Ross and Ted Anderson, will contact all members and make a report on the amount raised at the home builders' regular meeting Jan. 14. The survey is a project of the industrial committee of the Chamber of Commerce. So far, contributions total fNO. of which $300 came from the As- sociated General Contractors, Dan Chamberlin, CoJC manager, said last night. The Home Builders Association feels that in order to sell Corpus Corpus Christi to industry, large or small, a true and correct story of its potential is needed, Ross and Anderson said. A survey of this nature and scope will serve interested companies as an inventory inventory serves a merchant, they said. Other members of the committee committee are H. J. Annen, Roger Stephenson, Jack Ryan, William McClendon and W. A. RobblM.