Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Commerce

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963
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Contents

Fishermens Union
82
Trade Policy 1025 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington D C
83
Hicks Capt Edgar F Jr Assistant to Director Coast and Geodetic
87
Saltonstall Hon Leverett a U S Senator from the State of Massa
90
Text of S 1031
6
Pago
7
Statement of
15
Burke H M general manager Port of Seattle Post Office Box 1209
18
American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators 69
24
J Fairhurst Lumber Co 593 Market Street
27
Statement
31
Richard A Īrice vice president and traffic manager Virginia Stage Lines
39
Hon Tom Frost member of the Virginia House of Delegates 45
45
American Waterways Operators Inc 101
48
Seavey National Association of Broadcasters 56
56
Bossemeyer executive director of National Association of Travel
64
National Association of State Aviation Officials 66
66
Tuesday April 30 1963
70
Laurence Walrath Chairman Interstate Commerce Commission 77
77
Senate Washington D C 95
95
Pacific Coast Stock Exchange 59
103
Statement submitted
104
Carr Braxton B president the American Waterways Operators Inc
13
Letters telegrams etc
29
ment 57
57
Goldenson Leonard H president American Broadcasting Co 7 West 66th
70
Text of S 1539
129
Commerce Department
136
Herberton K W vice president the Western Union Telegraph Co
158
Stevens Robert T president J P Stevens Co Inc 41st Street
165
John Chupka general secretarytreasury Textile Workers Union of America
196
McGee Hon Gale W a U S Senator from Wyoming article from Parade
2
Statement
7
Letters from Page
14
Galloway W C chairman Pacific CoastAustralasian Tariff Bureau
18
Roeper vice president transportation and maintenance Pennsyl
48
Leslie John C vice president Pan American World Airways
53
Phelan Thomas P president Pacific Coast Stock Exchange statement 59
59
Survey Department of Commerce Washington D C 76
76
Hicks Capt Edgar F Jr Assistant to Director Coast and Geodetio
82
Taylor Thomas K vice president Trans World Airlines 1000 16th
85
Reed James A Assistant Secretary Department of the Treasury
90
Statement of Continued
97
Ramspect Robert national chairman Committee for Time Uniformity
104
Statement submitted
123
Hon Frank Church U S Senator from the State of Idaho U S Senate
124
Redding Robert E vice president and general counsel of Transportation
6
Text of Pago
1
Wilkinson Edwin president National Association of Wool Manu
20
Alaska 48
48
Caldwell J E president Aleutian Development Co Inc Unalaska
58
Lewis Manuel F executive secretary Gloucester Fisheries Commis
64
Thurman John N vice president Pacific American Steamship Association
70
the State of Colorado 10
10
Smith Hon Margaret Chase U S Senator from the State of Maine U
18
Teper Lazare director of research International Ladies Garment Workers
26
Hon Alan S Boyd Chairman Civil Aeronautics Board accompanied
31
Shepherd W Scott Lumber River Manufacturing Co Post Office
36
163
46
Wasilewski Vincent T executive vice president National Association
56
OMaley Hon Ralph B mayor City Hall Gloucester Mass 63
63
Shapiro Alvin vice president American Merchant Marine Institute
70
Goodrich president Boston Wool Trade Association 263
80
Case Hon Clifford U S Senator from the State of New Jersey U
85
Sidney S Korzenik executive director and counsel National Knitted 98
98
Ivory Littlefield Jr Allendale Co Centredale R I 113
113
Myers Charles F Jr president Burlington Industries Inc Greensboro
118
Abram Chayes Legal Adviser to the State Department accompanied
123
Hon Leverett Saltonstall U S Senator from the State of Massachusetts
137
Stefan Neumann chairman Wool Products Importers Group National
140
Allendale Co
163
Barnhard Wm J counsel for the Textile Committee of the ItalyAmerican
180
Statement
193
Association on Japanese Textile Imports
217
Union Square New York N Y
223
Japan Woolen Linen Textile Exporters Association of Osaka
238
Fried Milton director of research Amalgamated Clothing Workers
239
Rear Adm James A Alger Jr USCG Chief of Staff U S Coast Guard
13
S 1263
20
Durand J D Committee of American Steamship Lines 1000 Con
30
Ewers counsel for the Vessel Replacement Committee Committee
35
Hellwig Albert J president American Knit Glove Association Inc 52
52
Leslie vice president Pan American World Airways accompanied
53
S 1172
56
Kent William I president the Kent Manufacturing Co Clifton Heights
57
William F Sullivan president Northern Textile Association 80 Federal
59
Hicks Capt Edgar F Jr Assistant to Director Coast and Geodetic
62
A J Pessel vice president Matson Navigation Co 66
66
McGee Hon Gale W U S Senator from the State of Wyoming U
72
Memorandum of Matson Navigation Co 73
73
Biographical sketch
81
Shapiro Alvin vice president American Merchant Marine Institute
1
Alabama Forest Products Association
3
White House press release May 14 1963
5
Edwin Wilkinson president National Association of Wool Manufacturers
20
Sibold G W manager Port of Olympia Post Office Box 827 Olympia
28
Metz Elmer E Managing Director Federal Maritime Commission
38
Peabody Hon Endicott Governor of the State of Massachusetts
44
McGowan John H vice president Wyandotte Worsted Co Waterville
58
Hon Newton N Minow Chairman Federal Communications Commis
77
Thomas K Taylor vice president Trans World Airlines 85
85
Mundt Hon Karl E U S Senator from the State of South Dakota U
86
Reed James A Assistant Secretary Department of the Treasury
90
Hon Alan S Boyd Chairman Civil Aeronautics Board accompanied
102
WITNESSES
190
Orleans La 23
202

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