페이지 이미지
PDF
ePub
[ocr errors]

Additional information submitted for the record by–Continued

Federal Communications Commission:

Attachments to Chairman Hyde's prepared statement:

Page

Appendix A-Basic Commission functions and organization. 496

Appendix B-Commission's memorandum opinion and order

of October 27, 1965 (docket No. 16258)--

497

Appendix C-Commission's order on petition for reconsidera-

tion (docket No. 16828)-

499

Biographical sketch of-

Barr, James E., Chief, Safety and Special Radio Services

Bureau...

514

Bartley, Robert T., Commissioner.

508

Berkemeyer, Donald J., Chairman, Review Board.

516

Cahill, Gerard M., Associate General Counsel, Legislation

Division.

516

Cox, Kenneth A., Commissioner..

509

Emerson, Leonidas P. B., Chief, Office of Opinions and

Review...

516

Geller, Henry, General Counsel.

512
Hyde, Hon. Rosel H., Chairman.

507
Johnson, Nicholas, Commissioner.

512
Lee, Robert E., Commissioner.

509
Loevinger, Lee, Commissioner.

510
Paglin, Max D., Executive Director.--

515
Plummer, Curtis B., Chief, Field Engineering Bureau..

514
Renton, Ralph J., Chief Engineer..

513
Smith, George Severn, Chief, Broadcast Bureau..

513
Strassburg, Bernard, Chief, Common Carrier Bureau.

513
Wadsworth, James J., Commissioner.-

511
CATV court cases pending, status of.-----

636
Copyright laws, Commission views on pending legislation (H.R.
2512)

574
“Diversity of broadcast news sources,” statement submitted by

Commissioner Loevinger in response to question by Congress-
man Brown.--.

631

Organizational chart.

facing p. 508

Political editorializing of broadcasting stations, Commission

replies to several questions posed by Congressman Moss.---- 584

Questions, and replies thereto, submitted by—

Broyhill, Hon. James T.

643

Dingell, Hon. John D...

614

Moss, Hon. John E...,

585

Scientific capability of the FCC..

623
Macdonald, Hon. Torbert: Letters from constituents re need for
additional frequencies for industrial (two-way) radio use.

604
Moss, Hon. John E.: Letter from Democratic State Central Com-

mittee of California, dated November 8, 1966, containing chron-
ology involved in fairness doctrine rebuttal case.

568

Nelsen, Hon. Ancher: Telegram from E. F. Johnson Co., Waseca,

Minn., re industrial radio frequencies...

603

Staggers, Hon. Harley 0.:

Article from the Washington (D.C.) Evening Star entitled,

"FCC Is 'Flop' at Regulating, Two Members Say".

529

Correspondence between Chairman Staggers and the FCC

regarding collapse of antenna towers..

517-519

Letters re additional industrial radio frequencies, from-

Charles B. Kuykendall, Moorefield, W. Va.

603

G. C. Charlton, corresponding secretary, Morrefield (W.Va.)

Volunteer Fire Co...

604

Ralph Wirgman, Ridgley, W. Va

604

Mayflower decision, FCC docket Nos. 5618 and 5640, May 29
1940.-

535
Report No. 6359, FCC action on renewal applications of six

Florida radio stations, with dissenting statements of Com-
missioners Cox and Johnson...

519

"Station Turnover Evens Off,” article from the February 27,

1967, issue of Broadcasting--

531
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

[ocr errors]

Statement of-

Dixon, Hon. Paul Rand, Chairman.

Elman, Philip, Commissioner.

Jones, Mary Gardiner, Commissioner..

MacIntyre, A. Everette, Commissioner..

Mueller, Willard F., Director, Bureau of Economics..

Reilly, John R., Commissioner -

Additional information submitted for the record:

Biography of-

Buffington, John Victor, Assistant to the Chairman..

Creel, Luther Edward, Director, Hearing Examiners.

Delaney, John A., Director, Office of Administration..

Dixon, Hon. Paul Rand, Chairman..

Elman, Philip, Commissioner..

Glendening, William P., Comptroller..

Hale, Frank C., Deputy Executive Director and Program Review

Officer...

Henderson, James McInnes, General Counsel
Jibb, William F., Director, Office of Information.
Jones, Mary Gardiner, Commissioner-
MacIntyre, A. Everette, Commissioner..-
Mueller, Willard Fritz, Director, Bureau of Economics -
Reilly, John R., Commissioner
Shea, Joseph W., Secretary and Congressional Liaison Officer--
Sheehy, Joseph É., Director, Bureau of Restraint of Trade -
Stringer, Henry D., Director, Bureau of Textiles and Furs..
Sweeny, Charles A., Director, Bureau of Deceptive Practices..
Wheelock, John N., Executive Director...
Williams, Samuel L., Director, Bureau of Field Operations.-

Yarley, Chalmers B., Director, Bureau of Industry Guidance..

Court of appeals decisions for fiscal year 1966, re Commission cases.

Organizational chart..

Press releases, statement of Commission policy on..

Questions submitted by Mr. Pickle, and replies thereto..

Statutory responsibility, Commission program in achieving com-

pliance with

674

794

791

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Statement of

Bridwell, Lowell K., Acting Under Secretary for Transportation.-

Giles, Robert E., General Counsel.

Hollomon, J. Herbert, Acting Under Secretary-

Nelson, Robert A., Director, High-Speed Ground Transportation...

Shaw, William H., Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs --

Trowbridge, Hon. Alexander B., Acting Secretary---

Additional information submitted for the record:

Biography of

Baldwin, David R., Assistant Secretary

Bridwell, Lowell K., Deputy Under Secretary of Transportation

Davis, Ross D., Assistant Secretary

Giles, Robert E., General Counsel. -

Hollomon, J. Herbert, Acting Under Secretary -

McQuade, Lawrence C., Acting Assistant Secretary for Domestic

and International Business

Shaw, William H., Assistant Secretary

Southwick, Paul, Special Assistant to the Secretary for Congres-

sional Relations

Trowbridge, Alexander B., Acting Secretary -
Census costs, additional amount required to provide for special sub-

divisions of counties ..
Conservation and natural beauty, memorandums establishing coord-

ination between agencies

Estimated cost of 1975 census.

Federal loans to New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, status

of..

Foreign sales of domestic firms compared with sales of foreign affili-

ates, statement on..
Mass transit included within right-of-way of Federal-aid highways...
National Motor Vehicle Safety Advisory Council, statement on mem-

bership of...

Organizational chart.

Personnel available to aid economically developing countries in execu-

tive management counseling -

Attachment A-International Executive Service Corps (IESC).

Attachment B-International Executive Service Corps-Infor-

mation for volunteers

Questions submitted by Mr. Ottinger, and replies thereto.
Rail passenger service demonstration, statement on authority for

participating in financing of...

State compliance with Highway Beautification Act of 1965, statement

834

842

818

824
833

797

790

822

836

802

on.

AGENCY HEARINGS

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1967

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE,

Washington, D.C. The committee met at 10 a.m., pursuant to notice, in room 2123, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Harley O. Staggers (chairman) presiding.

The CHAIRMAN. The committee will come to order. We are pleased to have with us today the Interstate Commerce Commission in the first of the series of examinations of the work of the various agencies which administer laws that are within the committee's legislative jurisdiction.

This series the committee is conducting in accordance with its responsibilities under section 136 of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to maintain constant watchfulness over the administration of the laws by those agencies administering laws that fall within the committee's legislative jurisdiction.

This committee ever has been mindful of these duties and responsibilities and for some 20 years now has opened each Congress with a general review of the work of the various agencies involved, although within the last immediate Congresses this was handled by special subcommittee rather than by the committee as a whole.

These meetings also have enabled it to become acquainted with the new members of the various commissions and agencies as well as for our new members to become versed in the agency activities.

In turn, I think that it has also been very helpful in enabling the commission and agency members and officials to become acquainted with the members of this committee.

Inasmuch as this Commission is one of the so-called independent agencies, which essentially act as arms of the Congress in their administration of the congressional powers which have been delegated to them, we naturally feel very close to it. The powers delegated to such agencies are very broad, and the statutory standards to circumscribe and guide them in the exercise of these powers necessarily are very general.

Under these circumstances, it is most important for the Congress regularly to review the work of these agencies, and to consider the problems which they encounter in administering these powers.

The Interstate Commerce Commission has been requested to tell us today something about (1) its jurisdiction; (2) its organization; and (3) some of the problems in the area of its jurisdiction.

1

« 이전계속 »