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COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE

WARREN G. MAGNUSON, Washington, Chairman JOHN O. PASTORE, Rhode Island

ANDREW F. SCHOEPPEL, Kansas A. S. MIKE MONRONEY, Oklahoma

JOHN MARSHALL BUTLER, Maryland GEORGE A. SMATHERS, Florida

NORRIS COTTON, New Hampshire STROM THURMOND, South Carolina

CLIFFORD P. CASE, New Jersey FRANK J. LAUSCHE, Ohio

THRUSTON B. MORTON, Kentucky RALPH W. YARBOROUGH, Texas

HUGH SCOTT, Pennsylvania
CLAIR ENGLE, California
E. L. BARTLETT, Alaska
VANCE HARTKE, Indiana
GALE W. McGEE, Wyoming

EDWARD JARRETT, Chief Clerk
HAROLD I. BAYNTON, Chief Counsel
JOHN M. McELROY, Assistant Chief Counsel
JEREMIAH J. KENNEY, Jr., Assistant Chief Clerk

GERALD B. GRINSTEIN, Staff Counsel

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CONTENTS

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Fairbanks, Alaska, field hearings (October 20, 1961):

Statement of-

Buckley, Larry, district freight and passenger agent, (the 'Alaska

Railroad, Fairbanks, Alaska -

Chapados, Frank, member of the State legislature, and member

of legislative committee of Alaska Carriers Association, 515

Third Avenue, Graehl, Fairbanks, Alaska---

Vogt, George, attorney representing Checker and Yellow Cabs,

319 Cushman, Fairbanks, Alaska

Letters of-

Magnuson, Hon. Warren G., Chairman, Senate Committee on

Commerce, Washington, D.C..
Udall, Hon. S., Secretary of the Interior, Department of the

Interior, Washington, D.C..
Vollendorff, Lt. Col. R. E., Office of Chief of Legislative Liaison,

Department of the Army, Washington, D.C.-

Anchorage, Alaska, field hearings (October 21, 1961):

Statement of —

Albers, Richard, president, Greater Anchorage Chamber of

Commerce, Box 1679, Anchorage, Alaska -
Byer, George, former mayor, Anchorage, Alaska..

Gruening, Hon. Ernest, U.S. Senator from Alaska, New Senate

Office Building, Washington, D.C.

Larson, Leonard L., former vice president, Alaska Junior Chamber

of Commerce, Anchorage, Alaska...

Marston, Col. Muktuck, 3104 Knik Avenue, Turnagain by the

Sea, Anchorage, Alaska -

Milton, Leonard, vice president, International People to People

Sports Committee, Windsorgate, Great Neck, N.Ỳ

Mohr, George, 1421 Bluff Road, Anchorage, Alaska..

O'Neil

, Dennis E., general chairman, Brotherhood of Locomotive

Firemen and Enginemen, 1416 G Street, Anchorage, Alaska---

O'Neill, Basil, president, Local 183, American Federation of

Government Employees, Box 1623, Anchorage, Alaska-

Queer, Albert, on behalf of American Legion and VFW post at

Anchorage, Box 5024, Mountainview, Anchorage, Alaska..

Sanders, Edward R., managing director, Alaska Carriers Associa-

tion, Inc., Box 3–124, Anchorage, Alaska.

Shake, Robert L., general chairman, Brotherhood of Railroad

Trainmen, the Alaska Railroad, 105 Manor Avenue, Anchor-

age, Alaska

Sharrock, Hon.

George, mayor, Anchorage, Alaska.

Shelmerdine, Paul, personnel officer, the Alaska Railroad,

Anchorage, Alaska -

Smith, Donald J., general manager, the Alaska Railroad, Anchor-

age, Alaska

Anchorage, Alaska, field hearings (October 23, 1961):

Statement of

Anderson, Jack, chairman, Transportation Committee, Alaska

State Chamber of Commerce, 1016 East Fourth Avenue,

Anchorage, Alaska --

Gaasland, Harold A., Box 4114, Spenard, Alaska -

Gruening, Hon. Ernest, U.S. Senator from Alaska, New Senate

Office Building, Washington, D.C.---

Roloff, Henry, director, Port of Anchorage, Box 400, Anchorage,

Alaska.

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Anchorage, Alaska, field hearings (October 23, 1961)-Continued

Statement of-Continued

Sanders, Edward R., managing director, Alaska Carriers Associa-

tion, Inc., Box 3-124, Anchorage, Alaska--

Scepurek, Albert L., Trupin Subdivision, General Delivery,

Anchorage, Alaska_

Smith, Donald J., General Manager, the Alaska Railroad,

Anchorage, Alaska --

Strandberg, Harold, chairman of the Port Commission, Box 2099,

Anchorage, Alaska...

Letters submitted by—

Meehan, Jr., William F., director, Division of Motor Transporta-

tion, Alaska Public Service Commission, 326 I Street,

Anchorage, Alaska -

Tufford, William H., general manager, Alaska Freight Lines, Inc.,

4260 West Marginal Way, Seattle, Wash-

Juneau, Alaska, field hearings (October 25, 1961):

Statement of-

Williams, James A., director, Division of Mines and Minerals,

Department of Natural Resources, Juneau, Alaska-----

Ketchikan, Alaska, field hearings (October 27, 1961):

Statement of —

Anderson, George, representing the International Longshoremen

& Warehousemen's Union, 1622 Water Street, Ketchikan,

Alaska..

Hamlin, Dean, Box 118, Ketchikan, Alaska-

Sharp, Robert, city manager, city of Ketchikan, Box 1110,

Ketchikan, Alaskă---

Wingren, Paul J., general manager, Wingren Food Stores, Inc.,

Box 377, Ketchikan, Alaska.

Agency comments on-

S. 1725:

Comptroller General of the United States, dated May 31, 1961..

Department of Agriculture, dated October 30, 1961.

The General Counsel of the Treasury, dated October 27, 1961.-

General Services Administration, dated October 30, 1961..

S. 1839: Comptroller General of the United States, dated May 31,

1961.---

S. 1978:

Comptroller General of the United States, dated June 9, 1961.--

Department of Commerce, dated July 24, 1961--

Department of Justice, dated July 11, 1961.

General Services Administration, dated July 11, 1961.

Interstate Commerce Commission, dated June 26, 1961.--

S. 2413:

Comptroller General of the United States, dated October 5, 1961.-

Federal Communications Commission, dated August 23, 1961.

The General Counsel of the Treasury, dated September 18, 1961.

General Services Administration, dated October 26, 1961.-

Interstate Commerce Commission, dated September 25, 1961.-

S. 2484:

Civil Aeronautics Board, dated September 12, 1961.-

Comptroller General of the United States, dated September 12,

1961.--

Department of Agriculture, dated January 22, 1962-

Department of the Air Force, dated January 31, 1962.

Department of Commerce, dated February 9, 1962..

Department of State, dated January 26, 1962

The General Counsel of the Treasury, dated February 5, 1962.

General Services Administration, dated January 19, 1962.

U.S. Information Agency, dated February 7, 1962.-

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