Domestic Land and Water Transportation: Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, United States Senate, Eighty-second Congress, Second Session, on Bills Relative to Domestic Land and Water Transportation. March 3 to April 9, 1952

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Leffingwell Frank A secretarytreasurer the Texas Industrial Traffic
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Splawn Hon Walter M W Chairman Legislative Committee of Inter
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Wheeler Hon Burton K Wheeler Wheeler attorneys at law Southern
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Dehrovft Robert traffic consultant 25 William Street Newark N J 1348
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Splawn Hon Walter M W Commissioner of Interstate Commerce
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Falk Ernest manager Northwest Horticultural Council Yakima
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Adamson Ernie 100 Academy Avenue Pittsburgh 28
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Johnson Hon J Monroe Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commis
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Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers Phoenix Ariz
125
Alldredge J Haden Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commission
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Co
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Manufacturing Chemists Association Inc 125
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Jones L D Washington Canners box 30 Vancouver Wash 1286
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Cart Elmer W member Public Service Commission Bismarck N Dak 156
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Splawn Hon Walter M W Commissioner and Chairman Legislative
166
Arnal Hon Ellis Director Office of Price Stabilization Washington
183
Graham John J 230 Park Avenue New York City 206
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Anson Austin E executive manager Texas Citrus and Vegetable
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Lawrence John V managing director American Trucking Association
197
Manufacturing Chemists Association Inc
204
E Mississippi Valley Association 345 Munsey Building
205
Sater K L Ohio State Industrial Traffic League Columbus Ohio
223
Bailey Frazer A president National Federation of American Shipping
225
Morrow Giles executive secretary Freight Forwarders Institute Dupont
234
Childs Tilden L secretarymanager Oil Field Haulers Association Inc
253
Hill Wilmer A attorney in behalf of United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
254
tion
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Leffingwell Frank A secretarytreasurer the Texas Industrial Traffic
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Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers of Phoenix Ariz
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Manufacturing Chemists Association Inc 282
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Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers of Phoenix Ariz 298
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Splawn Hon Walter M W Commissioner and chairman legislative
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Alldredge J Haden Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commission
303
MacDonald Angus on behalf of James G Patton president National
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Schwietert A H National Industrial Traffic League
322
Vanech A Devitt Deputy Attorney General Department of Justice
329
Yates Frank L Acting Comptroller General
336
Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers Phoenix Ariz
366
White Richard P executive secretary the American Association
380
Baker F P president Baker Truck Rental Inc Denver Colo
402
Baldwin Veril Michigan Agricultural Conference and National Onion
408
Todd Ridgely legislative chairman Vegetable Growers Association
412
Willenberg O W traffic manager Stix Baer Fuller Co St Louis D com
433
Mundy John J traffic manager M ONeil Co Akron Ohio 1311
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Triggs Matt assistant legislative director American Farm Bureau
442
L National Fisheries Institute Ballard Fish Oyster Co
446
Doll Henry M Jr traffic manager Desmonds Los Angeles Calif 1341
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Keller Joseph E on behalf of Private Carrier Conference ATA care
471
Weaver J C transport manager the Transport Corp
475
D Solicitor Department of Commerce 513
489
Winn Arthur L Jr American Pulpwood Association 416
509
Doty Hon Dale E Assistant Secretary United States Department
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Childs Tilden L secretarymanager Oil Field Haulers Association Inc
524
A vice president and general counsel American Short Line
527
Trucking Co Inc
539
Falk Ernest manager Northwest Horticultural Council Yakima
544
Corbett John J Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
553
Feldman Abraham president Chicago District Waterways Association
555
Sharpe R Y president Pilot Freight Carriers Inc WinstonSalem
559
Agrey John M director of traffic Public Service Commission North
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Graham John J 230 Park Avenue New York City
567
Leffingwell Frank A secretarytreasurer the Texas Industrial Traffic
576
Buetel Oliver E traffic manger Texas division Dow Chemical Co
577
Smith Earl B vice president and director of traffic General Mills Inc
580
Splawn Hon Walter M W Commissioner and Chairman Legislative
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Dieckbrader R E 5391 Eastern Avenue Cincinnati Ohio
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J president Hillside Transit Co 1526 South First Street
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B president Fischbach Trucking Co 921 Sherman
597
Derby Samuel_F vice president and general manager H Maynard
610
Mathews Harry O Armor Co Riverside Ill
617
Nicholson Hugh M United States Department of Agriculture
624
Splawn Hon Walter M W Commissioner and Chairman Legislative
651
D solicitor Department of Commerce 646
655
Arruda Antonio manager Riverside Freezer Storage Co
669
Loos Karl D the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
673
Dow Lohnes Albertson Munsey Building Washington D C 471
681
ODonnell Vincent L secretary manager Private Carrier Conference
685
Calhoun Andrew P vice president American Barge Line Co Pittsburgh
688
Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers Phoenix Ariz 737
691
Champagne Henry towboat operator Plaquemines Parish La 1487
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Smith Earl B vice president and director of traffic General Mills Inc
695
Maddox William M executive secretary Property Owners Committee 1117
721
Clapp Gordon Chairman of the Board of the Tennessee Valley Authority
722
Conkling Fred W independent truck owneroperator Pennville Ind
726
Splawn Hon Walter M W chairman legislative committee Inter
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Patton James G president National Farmers Union as read by Angus
738
Sater K L Ohio State Industrial Traffic League Columbus Ohio 129
741
Parmelee J H vice president Association of American Railroads Trans
743
Corbett John J Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 800
767
A Waterman Steamship Corp and others 1106
773
Quasey Lee J counsel National Livestock Producers Association 1114
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Holland Hon Spessard L a United States Senator from Florida 783 837
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F traffic department Fred Meyer Inc Portland Oreg 1275 1343
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Hufnagel Jr Frederick B assistant airector of purchases Sun Oil Co
787
Knudson James K Administrator Defense Transport Administration 809
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League 812
799
Roach Leonard E attorney of Oklahoma City in behalf of several irregular
803
Sater K L Ohio State Industrial Traffic League Columbus Ohio
812
Splawn Walter M W Commissioner of Interstate Commerce Com
814
Wood A T president the Copper Steamship Co 960 Rockefeller
815
Roach Leonard E attorney of Oklahoma City in behalf of several
823
Williamson John C Washington counsel Trailercoach Dealers National
824
D Solicitor Department of Commerce
829
Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers of Phoenix Ariz
835
Manufacturing Chemists Association Inc 824
839
Patterson William J Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commission
843
Scott Jack Garrett general counsel National Association of Motor
850
Aitchison Clyde B Acting Chairman Interstate Commerce Commission 1151
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Beiser R E general manager National Automobile Transporters
1096
Blaine Charles E traffic manager Phoenix Ariz representing several
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Arnall Ellis G Director Office of Price Stabilization 1198
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Ellsworth H H executive secretary Utah Citizens Rate Association
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D Solicitor Department of Commerce
1127
Miller Dals Executive vice president the Intracoastal Canal Association
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436
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Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers Phoenix Ariz
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C executive secretary Los Angeles Traffic Managers Con
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Bradford Freeman Indianapolis Ind Board of Trade 911
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Knudson James K Administrator Defense Transport Administration
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Franklin Walter S president The Pennsylvania Railroad Co 1617
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Estes F F traffic manager National Coal Association Sout Build
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Drinkwater Terrell C president Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce 1197
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Haddock Hoyt S executive secretary ČIO Maritime Committee 1198
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Locke Bryan D traffic manager Monnigs Fort Worth Tex 1317
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Miller Clarke E Eastern Bituminous Coal Association 909 Broad Street
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Maddox William M executive secretary Property Owners Committee
1196
Falk Ernest manager Northwest Horticultural Council Yakima
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Rowan James F Movers Conference of America 1424 Sixteenth Street
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Morgan Gerald D American Waterway Operators 1319 F Street NW
1205
Feldman Abraham president Chicago District Waterways Association
1215
Wood F R traffic manager Henry Disston Sons Inc Philadelphia Pa 1333
1229
Rubenstein B H general traffic manager The Rubberoid Co Newark
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Miller Edward D Executive manager Allied Truck Owners Inc
1235
Yates Frank L Acting Comptroller General of the United States
1236
Sawyer Hon Charles Secretary Department of Commerce
1240
Hutchinson K T Assistant Secretary Department of Agriculture
1245
Morrow Giles executive secretary Freight Forwarders Institute Dupont
1249
Miller Edward D executive manager Allied Truck Owners Inc
1258
Sawyer Hon Charles Secretary Department of Commerce Washing
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Leffingwell Frank A secretarytreasurer the Texas Industrial Traffic
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McCarthy Hugh C 2300 Eleventh Street North Arlington Va 344 842 1501
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Barziza P D traffic manager Peden Iron Steel Co Houston Tex 1273 1327
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Magnuson Hon Warren G a United States Senator from Washington
1287
Barziza P D traffic manager Peden Iron Steel Co Houston Tex 1327
1296
Cheatham William M traffic manager R H Macy Co Inc
1300
Scheuermann Elmer T Dayton Ohio Shippers Association 3209 Lenox
1310
Mundy John J traffic manager M ONeil Co Akron Ohio
1311
Benthal Benny manager Dwight Transfer Storage Co Wichita Falls
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Nelson A H president the Chain Store Traffic League New York N Y
1321
Shuckman Fred A American Municipal Association 522 Transportation
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Gass Joseph H traffic manager Wohl Shore Co 1601 Washington
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Lyman Allied Stores Inc
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Fisher Edward M manager Columbus Shippers Association Inc
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Bentley Ralph A general traffic manager National Tea Co 1000 Crosby
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Tolan Fred H Seattle Wash 1297
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C traffic manager the May Co Los Angeles Calif
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Corkery A M traffic manager ScruggsVandervoortBarney
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Singer William D traffic manager Boeing Airplane Co Seattle Wash 841
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Young Hon Milton R a United States Senator from North Dakota 509
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E Mississippi Valley Association
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A Waterman Steamship Corp 1729 H Street NW Wash
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Sater K L Ohio State Industrial Traffic League Columbus Ohio
1361
Yates Frank L Acting Comptroller General of the United States
1366
Patterson William J Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commission
1381
Bourgeois Lewis I director of commerce port of New Orleans as read
1383
Mahaffie Charles D Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commission
1386
Strong Arthur D secretary Upper Mississippi Waterway Association
1422
Maltby John E vice president Darling Freight Inc Grand Rapids
1433
Randolph John P general solicitor National Association of Railroad
1434
Randolph John P general solicitor National Association of Railroad
1435
Frenzel P W vice president Northern Waterway Terminals Corp
1439
Mathews David Jr secretarytreasurer the Pittsburgh Coal Exchange
1442
Beeler J D vice president and general manager Mead Johnson Terminal
1445
Haddock Hoyt S executive secretary CIO Maritime Committee 1510
1446
the Ohio River Co 605 Atlas Bank Building Cincinnati
1452
Jordan Harry B president River Co Inc
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Jenkins A W attorney in behalf of Galveston Truck Line Corp
1461
De Bardeleben Bailey T chairman Waterway Development and Trans
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Leppaluoto A general manager Inland Navigation Co Vancouver
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McCarthy Hugh C 1501
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Meyers Norman L general counsel Independent Refiners Association
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French Lowell L executive vice president Union Barge Line Corp Room 1009 Dravo Building Pittsburgh 22 Pa 1484 1534
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Schwietert A H National Industrial Traffic League 1382
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Thompson A M president Central Barge Co Chicago 1451
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Raymond F S Bethel Cooperative Creamery Bethel Vt
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Bailey Fraser A president National Federation of American Shipping
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E Mississippi Valley Association
1532
Johnson Gilbert R counsel Lake Carriers Association 1208 Terminal
1533
Bourgeois Lewis I director of commerce port of New Orleans as read
1535
Gibson J C vice president and general counsel Atchison Topeka
1538
Gaut Marvin J chief of matériel Northrop Aircraft Inc Hawthorne
1543
Ames Harry C counsel Mississippi Valley Barge Line Co
1551
Raymond F S in behalf Bethel Vt Cooperative Creamery 142 Cam
1554
Sater K L Ohio State Industrial Traffic League Columbus Ohio
1558
Johnson J Monroe Commissioner Interstate Commerce Commission
1563
Sawyer Hon Charles Secretary Department of Commerce
1567
Blaine Son Charles E traffic managers 900 Title Trust Building
1568
Graham John J 230 Park Avenue New York City
1570
McBride Robert J general manager Regular Common Carrier Con
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Graham John J 230 Park Avenue New York City
1584
Ellsworth H H executive secretary Utah Citizens Rate Association 1633
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Raymond F s in behalf United Farmers of New England Inc 8498
1596
Leffingwell Frank A secretarytreasurer the Texas Industrial Traffic
1602
Boswell Carl E traffic manager Arvin Industries Inc Noblesville Ind 1149
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Manufacturing Chemists Association Inc
1634
Smith Earl B vice president and director of traffic General Mills Inc 1622
1651
Bentley Ralph A general traffic manager National Tea Co
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several livestock associations
1667
Rogers Hon John L Chairman Inters
1673
Bradford Freeman Indianapolis Board of Trade Inc Meridian
1674
Miller C A vice president and general counsel American Short Line
1681
Washington 25 D C
1687
Sawyer Hon Charles Secretary Department of Commerce
1705
Sawver Hon Charles Secretary Department of Commerce
1712

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Side 33 - ... a greater or less compensation for any service rendered, or to be rendered, in the transportation of passengers or property, subject to the provisions of this Act, than it charges, demands, collects, or receives from any other person or persons for doing for him or them a like and contemporaneous service in the transportation of a like kind of traffic under substantially similar circumstances and conditions, such common carrier shall be deemed guilty of unjust discrimination, which is hereby...
Side 33 - That if any common carrier subject to the provisions of this act shall, directly or indirectly, by any special rate, rebate, drawback, or other device, charge, demand, collect or receive from any person or persons a greater or less compensation...
Side 83 - That it shall be unlawful for any common carrier subject to the provisions of this Act to charge or receive any greater compensation in the aggregate for the transportation of passengers, or of like kind of property, for a shorter than for a longer distance over the same line or route in the same direction, the shorter being included within the longer distance...
Side 32 - All charges made for any service rendered or to be rendered in the transportation of passengers or property as aforesaid, or in connection therewith...
Side 34 - Provided, That the Commission may, in its discretion and for good cause shown, allow changes upon less than the notice herein specified, or modify the requirements of this section in respect to publishing, posting, and filing of tariffs, either in particular instances or by a general order applicable to special or peculiar circumstances or conditions.
Side 41 - Act to charge or receive any greater compensation in the aggregate for the transportation of passengers, or of like kind of property, under substantially similar circumstances and conditions, for a shorter than for a longer distance over the same line or route in the same direction, the shorter being included within the longer distance...
Side 33 - Act to make or give any undue or unreasonable preference or advantage to any particular person, company, firm, corporation, or locality, or any particular description of traffic, in any respect whatsoever...
Side 429 - ... unless and to the extent that the Commission shall from time to time find that such application is necessary to carry out the national transportation policy declared in this Act, shall the provisions of this part, except the provisions of section 204 relative to qualifications and maximum hours of service of employees and safety of operation or standards of equipment...
Side 599 - ... developing, coordinating, and preserving a national transportation system by water, highway, and rail, as well as other means, adequate to meet the needs of the commerce of the United States, of the Postal Service, and of the national defense. All of the provisions of this Act. shall be administered and enforced with a view to carrying out the above declaration of policy.
Side 33 - ... state separately all terminal charges, storage charges, icing charges, and all other charges which the Commission may require, all privileges or facilities granted or allowed and any rules or regulations which in any wise change, affect, or determine any part or the aggregate of such aforesaid rates, fares, and charges, or the value of the service rendered to the passenger, shipper, or consignee.

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