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Statement of-

Pago

Bailey, Frazer A., president, National Federation of American Ship-
ping, Inc.

2, 6, 21, 267, 277
Buckley, Daniel T., chairman, Government relations committee, Coal
Exporters Association of the United States..

136
Carson, Joseph E., member, United States Maritime Commission..

236
Coles, Marvin J., attorney for Dichmann, Wright & Pugh, Inc.,

53

Dow,' Wilbur E., Jr., representing the American Tramp Shipowners

Institute, New York, N. Y.--

37, 149

Dushane, Matthew, Seafarers International Union (AFL) -- 155, 288

Ely, Richard R., chief, Philippine Division, Department of State,

Washington, D. C...

47

Estes, Finnel, Coal Exporters Association of the United States -

146

Garner, W. B., executive vice president, Waterman Steamship Corp.

and Pan-Atlantic Steamship Corp., Mobile, Ala.

65

Geaslin, Bon, general counsel, Waterman Steamship Corp., Mobile,

Ala..

303

Haddock, Hoyt S., executive secretary, CIO Maritime Committee,
Washington, D. C.

50, 287

Hansen, Svend, president, Fall River Navigation Co. and Atwacoal

Transportation Co.

120

Heine, Irwin M., United States Maritime Commission.

352

Hoffman, Paul G., Adininistrator, accompanied by Alex I. Henderson,

general counsel, and Arthur G. Syran, Director of Transportation,

Economic Cooperation Administration.-

189

Levine, Seth, research consultant, CIO Maritime Committee..

163

Magnuson, Hon. Warren G., United States Senator from the State of

Washington...

McGuire, Charles H., Assistant Chief, Traffic Division, United States

Maritime Commission.

247

McKeough, Raymond S., Jr., member, United States Maritime Com-

mission.

237, 254

Mellen, Grenville, Commissioner, United States Maritime Commis-

sion.

12, 226, 254

Morrison, Donald S., vice president, American-Hawaiian Steamship

Co., New York, N. Y..

86, 296, 311

O'Connor, John J., attorney, Washington, D. C.-

123

Parry, Alfred W., Jr., president, Parry Lines, Inc., New York City-- 157

Sexton, W. T., president, Coastwise Line..

115

Smith, Alan, president, Dichmann, Wright & Pugh, Inc.

53

Smith, Vice Adm. W. W., Chairman, United States Maritime Com-

mission..

9, 218, 244, 254

Stewart, M. M., assistant to the president, Olympic Steamship Co.- 359

Sullivan, Paul A., Chief, Operating Contracts Division, United States

Maritime Commission.,

154

Syran, Arthur G., Chief, Transportation Division, Economic Cooper-

ation Administration..

230, 272

Additional information:

Amendments to House Joint Resolution 92 proposed by-

Bailey, Frazer A., president, National Federation of American

Shipping, Inc.

22

Bonner, Hon. Herbert C., a Representative from North Caro-
lina..

252

Dushane, Matthew, Seafarers International Union (AFL).

288

Garner, W. B., executive vice president, Waterman Steamship

Corp. and Pan-Atlantic Steamship Corp., Mobile, Ala.-

71

Haddock, Hoyt S., executive secretary, CIÓ Maritime Commit-
tee, Washington, D. C...

134

Hansen, Svend, president, Fall River Navigation Co. and

Atwacoal Transportation Co.---

122

Morrison, Donald S., vice president, American-Hawaiian Steam-
ship Co., New York, N. Y.

90

Smith, Vice Adm. W. W., Chairman, United States Maritime

Commission...

364

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Additional information-Continued
Amendments to H. R. 1340 proposed by-

Axtell, Silas Blake, Proctor in Admiralty, 15 Moore St., New

York City.

Buckley, David T., Coal Exporters Association of the United

States.

Dudley, Henry A., and Powell, Bolling R., Jr., representing

American International Underwriters Corp-

Garner, W. B., vice president, Waterman Steamship Corp.

Haddock, Hoyt S., executive secretary, CIO Maritime Com-

mittee

Smith, Vice Adm. W. W., Chairman, United States Maritime

Commission.-

Warren, Lindsay C., Comptroller General of the United States

Amendment to section 115 (b)(6) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948,

proposed by Paul G.. Hoffman, Administrator, Economic Coopera-

tion Administration...

Commercial exports, 1948 and 1938, Comparison of..

Letter from

Barnaud, A. J., secretary, New York Board of Trade, Inc., New

York, N. Y., to chairman transmitting resolution, January 24,

1949.

Bohlen, Charles E., counselor for the Secretary of State, to chair-

man, January 19, 1949...

Burns, L. G., Burns Steamship Co. to chairman, January 24, 1949.

Cuffe, T. E., president, Pacific Far East Co., to chairman, January

28, 1949 1

Dewey, Charles E., agent general of the House and Senate ECA

program to Paul G. Hoffman, Administrator, Economic Co-

operation Administration, July 16, 1948...

Estes, Finnel F., Coal Exporters Association of the United States

to chairman transmitting OPA maximum price regulation No.

120, amendment 162 for District No. 4-Ohio, January 27,

1949..

Glazier, William, Washington representative, National Union of

Marine Cooks and Stewards, to chairman transmitting state-

ment in support of House Joint Resolution 92 and H. R. 1340,

January 25, 1949--

Green, William, president, American Federation of Labor, to

chairman, enclosing copy of telegram from Harry Lundeberg,

secretary-treasurer, Sailors Union of The Pacific, February 7,

1949.-.

Henderson, A. I., general counsel, Economic Cooperation Ad-

ministration, to Hugh A. Meade, general counsel, Committee

on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, transmitting information

concerning cargoes carried at rates of $4.50 or more below the

United States flag rate; and information concerning ECA

financing of a purchase of ships in Canada by Denmark.

Higginbotham, E. W., first vice president, National Organization

Masters, Mates, and Pilots of America, to chairman, trans-

mitting comments on H. R. 1340, February 1, 1949.

Hodges, John, president, Windsor Navigation Co., Inc., to

chairman, January 31, 1949.-

Kohler, E. L., Controller, Economic Cooperation Administration,

to Hugh A. Meade, general counsel, Committee on Merchant

Marine and Fisheries, February 21, 1949

Lundeberg, Harry, secretary-treasurer, Sailors Union of the

Pacific, president, Seafarers International Union of North
America (AFL) to chairman, January 31, 1949.-
Malatzky, Hymen I., Himála International, to chairman, January

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26, 1949.
McNutt, Paul V., to chairman, January 27, 1949.

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Additional information-Continued
Letter from—Continued

Meade, Hugh A., general counsel, Committee on Merchant Ma-

rine and Fisheries, to A. J. Barnaud, secretary, New York
Board of Trade, Inc., New York, N. Y., acknowledging receipt
of resolution, January 27, 1949.
Miles, Clarence R., Department of Governmental Affairs, United

States Chamber of Commerce, to chairman, January 24, 1949.-
Smith, Alan, president, Dichmann, Wright & Pugh, Inc., to

chairman, transmitting supplemental memorandum in connec-

tion with House Joint Resolution 92, February 7, 1949..
Smith, Alan, president, Dichmann, Wright & Pugh, Inc., to secre-

tary, United States Maritime Commission..

Smith, Vice Adm. W. W., chairman, United States Maritime

Commission to chairman, January 13, 1949..
Smith, Vice Adm. W. W., chairman, United States Maritime

Commission, to chairman, transmitting letter of February 1,
1949, to Hon. Alvin F. Weichel with supporting tables showing

charter hire payments to owners of vessels, February 1, 1949.-

Stevenson, T. J., president, T. J. Stevenson & Co., Inc., to

chairman, February 3, 1949.

Syran, Arthur G. Director, Transportation Division, Economic

Cooperation Administration, to chairman, transmitting tabular

matter showing shipments from all countries cumulative April 3

to December 31, 1948, shipments from the United States, ship-

ments from countries other than the United States, and schedule

of United States flag participation to occupied areas–bizone,

Austria, and Trieste in relation to the entire program, February

4, 1949

List of vessels bare-boat chartered by the United States Maritime

Commission to various maritime operators and certain vessels time

chartered to the Army on a per diem basis with route of ship as of

January 27, 1949

Memorandum from Hon. Charles E. Bennett, a Representative from

Florida

Memorandum on domestic shipping, submitted by Donald S. Morri-

son, vice president, American-Hawaiian Steamship Co., New York,

N. Y....

Release to newspapers, September 13, 1948, by Economic Cooperation

Administration..

Report of the United States Maritime Commission on the activities

and transactions of the Commission under the Merchant Ship Sales

Act of 1946 from-

July 1, 1948, through September 30, 1948

October 1, 1948, through December 31, 1948.

Table showing

Administrative and general expenses of (1) American-Hawaiian

Steamship Co., (2) Waterman Steamship Co., for the calendar

year 1947 as reported to the Interstate Commerce Commission

in table 900 of general financial statement Form 62-R010–43..

Companies certificated to operate in intercoastal trade and num-

ber of vessels owned by each

Dry-cargo vessels purchased by United States flag companies said

to have been former members of the American Tramp Ship

Owners Institute, data as of December 31, 1948, with explana-

tory notes.

Drv-cargo vessels purchased hy United States flag companies

which are purported to be members of the American Tramp

Ship Owners Institute, data as of December 31, 1948.-

United States flag dry-cargo and combination vessels owned by

members, National Federation of American Shipping, Inc.

(ocean-going vessels of 1,000 gross tons and over) schedules

A-D.

United States flag privately owned dry-cargo and combination

vessels (ocean-going vessels of 1,000 gross tons and over)----
Telegram from-

American Tramp Shipowners Institute to chairman.

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