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SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE

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INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE

UNITED STATES SENATE

P111-83

EIGHTY-FOURTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

ON

NEW SHIP CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
(Pursuant to S. Res. 13 authorizing an investigation of certain problems

relating to interstate and foreign commerce)

APRIL 21 AND 22, 1955

Printed for the use of the Committee on Interstate and

Foreign Commerce

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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE

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

JOHN W. BRICKER, Ohio A. S. MIKE MONRONEY, Oklahoma

ANDREW F. SCHOEPPEL, Kansas GEORGE A. SMATHERS, Florida

JOHN MARSHALL BUTLER, Maryland PRICE DANIEL, Texas

CHARLES E, POTTER, Michigan SAM J. ERVIN, JR., North Carolina

JAMES H. DUFF, Pennsylvania ALAN BIBLE, Nevada

WILLIAM A. PURTELL, Connecticut STROM THURMOND, South Carolina

FREDERICK G. PAYNE, Maine
EDWARD JARRETT, Clerk
BERTRAM WISSMAN, Assistant Clerk
FRANK PELLEGRINI, Chief Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES

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

JOHN M. BUTLER, Maryland
PRICE DANIEL, Texas

JAMES H. DUFF, Pennsylvania
AUGUST J. BOURBON, Professional Staff Member

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CONTENTS

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Oral statement by-

Page
Anderson, A. J., Dillon-Eastman Co., New York, N. Y.

83

Boggs, Maywood, international representative of the International

Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, and

Helpers of America, 10 Independence Avenue SW, Washington,

D. C.

35

Brownlow, James A., president, Metal Trades Department, American

Federation of Labor, 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington,

D. C...

32

Dietrich, Rear Adm. Neil K., United States Navy, Deputy Com-

mander, Military Sea Transport Service, Department of the Navy,

Washington, D. C.

80

Duke, Gordon, 2101 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D. C.-- 57

Goertner, Francis B., counsel for National Bulk Carriers, Washington

Building, Washington, D. C.--.

84

Hutchings, Paul R., director of research, Metal Trades Department,

American Federation of Labor, 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW.,

Washington, D. C.--

32

Lewis, J. Whitney, president, Oleum Transport Corp., Empire State

Building, New York, N. Y

46

Morse, Hon. Clarence G., Maritime Administrator, Department of

Commerce, Washington, D. C...--

67

Pettis, Andrew A., vice president, Industrial Union of Marine and

Shipbuilding Workers of America, CIO, 1404 New York Avenue

NW., Washington, D. C----

22

Rothschild, Hon. Louis, Under Secretary of Commerce for Transpor-

tation, Department of Commerce, Washington 25, D. C..--

Sanford, L. R., president, Shipbuilders Council of America, 21 West

Street, New York, N. Ý

10–45

Strohmeier, Daniel D., vice president, Bethlehem Steel Co., ship-

building division, Quincy, Mass.

36

Statement submitted by-

Krisel, Maurice A., counsel for Spentonbush Fuel Transport Service,

Inc., New York, N. Y.

41

National Bulk Carriers, Inc., 380 Madison Avenue, New York 17,

N. Y.--

43

Sorenson, L. R., production manager, Newport News Shipbuilding &

Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va..

44

Letters from

Brown, D. P., senior vice president and technical manager, American

Bureau of Shipping, 45 Broad Street, New York, N. Y., to Clement

L. Despard, dated January 4, 1955-

9

Brownlow, J. A., president, Metal Trade Department, A. F. of L., to

Hon. Charles S. Thomas, Secretary of the Navy, dated April 28,

1955.-

87

Butler, Hon. John M., to Hon. Sinclair Weeks, dated October 22,

1955_.

2

Butler, Hon. John M., to Vice Adm. Francis C. Denebrink, dated

November 22, 1955.

4

Denebrink, Vice Adm. Francis C., commander, MSTS, Department of

the Navy, to John M. Butler, dated January 19, 1955..

4

Denebrink, Vice Adm. Francis C., commander, MSTS, Department

of the Navy, to John M. Butler, dated January 31, 1955.

5

Denebrink, Vice Adm. Francis C., commander, MSTS, Department
of the Navy, to John M. Butler, dated February 17, 1955 -

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Letters from Continued

Lewis J. Whitney, president, Oleum Transport Corp., suite 7606,

Empire State Building, New York 1, N. Y., to Warren G. Magnu-

son, dated March 18, 1955_

Manolis, Nicholas, president, the Atlantic Lines Co., Inc., 29 Broad-

way, New York, N. Y., to Warren G. Magnuson, dated April 22,

1955.

Morse, Hon. Clarence G., Maritime Administrator, to Robert D.

Weisburg, dated March 25, 1955..

Morse, Hon. Clarence G., Maritime Administrator, to Hon. Thor C.

Tollefson, dated April 11, 1955_-
National Bulk Carriers, Inc., 380 Madison Avenue, New York 17,

N. Y., to Warren G. Magnuson, dated April 22, 1955_

Strohmeier, Daniel D., vice president, Bethlehem Steel Co,, to Louis

S. Rothschild, Maritime Administrator..

Tollefson, Hon. Thor C., et al., to Hon. Clarence G. Morse, dated

March 30, 1955--

Telegrams from

Gallagher, Hugh, chairman, San Francisco Mayors Committee for

Shipping, Shipbuilding and Ship Repair, San Francisco, Calif., to

Warren G. Magnuson..

Rotell, Thomas A., acting secretary, Bay Çities Metal Trades Council,

3940 16th Street, San Francisco, Calif., dated April 19, 1955..

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