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COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES

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LEONOR K. (MRS. JOHN B.) SULLIVAN, Missouri, Chairman THOMAS L. ASHLEY, Ohio

PHILIP E. RUPPE, Michigan JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan

CHARLES A. MOSHER, Ohio THOMAS N. DOWNING, Virginia

PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR., California PAUL G. ROGERS, Florida

GENE SNYDER, Kentucky JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

EDWIN B. FORSYTHE, New Jersey WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina

PIERRE S. (PETE) DU PONT', Delaw ROBERT L. LEGGETT, California

DAVID C. TREEN, Louisiana MARIO BIAGGI, New York

JOEL PRITCHARD, Washington GLENN M. ANDERSON, California

DON YOUNG, Alaska E (KIKA) DE LA GARZA, Texas

ROBERT E, BAUMAN, Maryland RALPH H. METCALFE, Illinois

NORMAN F. LENT, New York JOHN B. BREAUX, Louisiana

MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania

DAVID F. EMERY, Maine
PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland
BO GINN, Georgia
GERRY E. STUDDS, Massachusetts
DAVID R. BOWEN, Mississippi
JOSHUA EILBERG, Pennsylrania
RON DE LUGO, Virgin Islands
CARROLL HUBBARD, JR., Kentucky
DON BONKER, Washington
LES AUCOIN, Oregon
NORMAN E. D'AMOURS, New Hampshire
JERRY M. PATTERSON, Callfornia
LEO C. ZEFERETTI, New York
JAMES L. OBERSTAR, Minnesota

ERNEST J. CORRADO, Chief Counsel

FRANCES STILL, Chief Clerk
RICHARD N. SHAROOD, Chief Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE

THOMAS X, DOWNING, Virginia, Chairman THOMAS L. ASHLEY, Ohio

PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR., California JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan

CHARLES A. MOSHER, Ohio GLENN M. ANDERSON, California

PIERRE S. (PETE) DU PONT, Delaware FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania

GENE SNYDER, Kentucky PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland

DAVID C. TREEN, Louisiana BO GINN, Georgia

JOEL PRITCHARD, Washington JOSHUA EILBERG, Pennsylvania

DON YOUNG, Alaska
JERRY M. PATTERSON, California

DAVID F. EMERY, Maine
LEO C. ZEFERETTI, New York
JAMES L. OBERSTAR, Minnesota

PHILIP E. RUPPE, Michigan, er oficio
MARIO BIAGGI, New York
RON DE LUGO, Virgin Islands
DON BONKER, Washington
NORMAN E. D'AMOURS, New Hampshire
WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina
JOHN B. BREAUX, Louisiana
RALPH H. METCALFE, Illinois
JOHN M. MURPHY, New York

LEONOR K. SULLIVAN, Missouri, er oficio

LEN SUTTER, Counsel
MARY C. MCDONNELL, Counsel
JACK E. SANDS, Minority Counsel

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CONTENTS

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NATIONAL SECURITY/ECONOMIC BENEFITS

Hearings held-

June 5, 1975

June 11, 1975

June 19, 1975.

July 9, 1975.
July 23, 1975.

August 1, 1975..

Statement of

Adams, Bruce, Common Cause..

Bank, Richard K., Director, Office of Maritime Affairs, Bureau of

Economic and Business Affairs, Department of State.

Bennett, Dr. John J., Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for

Installations and Logistics.

Prepared statement..

Blackwell, Robert J., Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime

Affairs, Maritime Administration, Department of Commerce

Prepared statement...

Brand, Herbert, president, the Transportation Institute..

Carl, Robert, Special Assistant for Transportation to the Assistant

Secretary of the Navy for Installations and Logistics.--

Clark, Earl W., codirector, Labor-Management Maritime Committee.
Cohen, David, president, Common Cause, Washington, D.C...--
Cole, Michael, Common Cause..
Goldstein, Jack, economic adviser, American Maritime Association.
Hausman, William, Director, Office of Operations, Office of Enforce-

ment, Operations and Traffic Affairs, Department of the Treasury -

Jantscher, Gerald R., research associate in the economic studies

program, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C..

Prepared statement.

Klausner, Joseph, counsel, American Maritime Association.

Labor-Management Maritime Committee, prepared statement-
Lanpher, Burt E., Secretary-Treasurer, Staff Officers Association of

America.

Loree, Philip J., chairman, Federation of American Controlled

Shipping..

Maskin, Alfred, executive director, American Maritime Association..

May, Albert E., vice president, American Institute of Merchant

Shipping-

Moore, Rear Adm. Sam H., Commander, Military Sealift Command.

Reynolds, James J., president, American Institute of Merchant

Shipping-

Simpkins, Talmage, executive director, AFL-CIO Maritime Com-

mittee.

Spector, Eugene P., research director, National Maritime Union..

Sunley, Emil, Associate Director, Office of Tax Analysis, Department

of the Treasury -

Vahey, Robert, the Transportation Institute..

Vastine, J. Robert, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Trade, Depart-

ment of the Treasury -

Waldmann, Raymond J., Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transporta-

tion and Telecommunications, Bureau of Economic and Business

Affairs, Department of State...

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Statement of-Continued

Wall, Shannon J., cochairman, Labor-Management Maritime Com-

mittee; president, National Maritime Union.

Wheeler, Lawrance A., Director, Office of Maritime Affairs, Navy

Sea Systems Command.

Yourch, Eugene A., executive secretary, Federation of American

Controlled Shipping--
Additional material supplied by-
AIMS:

Growth of Soviet Merchant Fleet and its Significance for U.S.

Maritime Policy -

Member companies, July 1975

Reply to questions of Mr. McCloskey.

Trade routes.

Commerce Department:

Appendix to statement of Robert J. Blackwell.
Crew costs.
Foreign maritime aids.
Questions of Mr. Downing and response.
Smelly Spending--The U.S. $1 Billion Annual Maritime Subsidy

Makes Lots of Friends but Little Sense, article from Forbes,

July 15, 1975..
Surface effect vehicles..
Common Cause:

Administration may seek aid for U.S.-flag tanker industry-
Administration seeks way to assist U.S. tanker industry-
Administration weighs tanker industry help, by James L. Rowe,

Jr.---
Campaign contributions to Members of Congress.

Subjects for future consideration.--.

Defense Department:

Additional questions for the record by Chairman Downing..

Additional questions submitted by Chairman Sullivan...

Admiral Moore's response to questions from the Committee..

Emergency planning and resource allocation...

Impact of diversion of U.S.-flag vessels..

List of vessels certified, features for particular vessels, and

certifying letters...

Marginal adequacy of the U.S.-flag merchant marine.

Maritime work force.--

Number of maritime trained people needed for operation of one

of our contingency plans.

Planning cycle..

Soviet merchant shipping activities.

Subsidy requirement..

Downing, Hon. Thomas N.:

Comment by (on request of State Department) -

Jantscher, Gerald R.:

McCloskey's questions and response.

Labor-Management Maritime Committee:

Monthly shipyard employment, July 1974 to February 1975...-

Subsidy and trade..

Maskin, Alfred:

Dry cargo, container, and tanker vessels, by groupings and as

registered by member companies, March 1, 1975..

Parent companies.

Treasury Department:

Additional question by Mrs. Sullivan.

International Ocean freight transactions, 1969–73.

Questions by Mrs. Sullivan...

Reply to additional question from Mr. McCloskey-

Reply to questions by Chairman Downing-

Reply to question by Mr. Oberstar..

Reply to request by Mr. McCloskey--

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Additional material supplied by-Continued

Treasury Department--Continued

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Reply to several questions of Mr. McCloskey

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Summary of administrative waivers of navigation laws admin-

istered by the Customs Service under the Act of December 27,

1950.

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Waldmann, Raymond J.:

Annual Report of the Council of Economic Policy (U.S. Foreign

Policy, 1972)---

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Excerpt from International Economic Report of the President.- 151

Communications submitted for the record

Baldwin, Velma N.: Letter of May 2, 1975, to David Cohen.

306

Bennett, John J.: Letter of July 10, 1975, to Hon. Thomas N.

Downing-

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Carl, R. A.:

Letter of June 14, 1974, to Robert J. Blackwell.

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Letter of March 13, 1972, to Andrew E. Gibson.

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Cohen, David:
Letter of April 17, 1975, to James Lynn.

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Letter of May 16, 1975, to L. William Seidman.

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Letter of May 19, 1975, to Hon. Gerald Ford.

309

Downing, Hon. Thomas N.: Letter of June 12, 1975, to Dr. John J.

Bennett.

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Hood, Edwin M.:
Letter of June 2, 1971, to W. Pat Jennings-

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Letter of July 24, 1975, to Hon. Thomas N. Downing-

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Loree, Philip J.: Letter of June 6, 1975, to Dr. Frank L. Wiswall.. 191
Maskin, Alfred:
Letter of June 26, 1975, to Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr.

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Letter of July 8, 1975, to Hon. Thomas N. Downing-.-

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McCloskey, Paul N., Jr.: Letter of July 14, 1974, to James J. Reynolds- 282
Reynolds, James J.:

Letter of September 2, 1975, to Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr.... 275
Letter of September 2, 1975, to Hon. Thomas N. Downing -

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Ruppe, Hon. Philip E., and Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr.: Letter of

June 23, 1975, to Raymond J. Waldmann with questions..

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Seidman, L. William: -

Letter of June 23, 1975, to David Cohen,

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Letter of June 26, 1975, to David Cohen.

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Tolbert, William R., Jr.: Republic of Liberia; Executive Order No. IV. 203

Waldmann, Raymond J.:

Letter of September 3, 1975, to Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr., and

Hon. Philip E. Ruppe

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Letter of September 10, 1975, to Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr., and

Hon. Philip E. Ruppe.

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Letter of September 10, 1975, to Hon. Thomas N. Downing - 150

Letter of September 12, 1975, to Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr., and

Hon. Philip E. Ruppe-

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Letters of September 12, 1975, to Hon. Thomas N. Downing -125, 142,204

Letter to Paul N. McCloskey and Philip E. Ruppe of Septem-

ber 19, 1975---

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Letter of September 30, 1975, to Hon. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr., and

Hon. Philip E. Ruppe.--

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Wiswall, Dr. F. L., Jr.: Letter of June 12, 1975, to Philip J. Loree.-- 191

CONSTRUCTION SUBSIDY PROGRAM

Hearings held-

September 5, 1975.

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September 10, 1975.

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September 23, 1975.

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November 5, 1975.

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November 11, 1975.

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Statement of

American Maritime Association on construction-differential subsidy.- 708

Blackwell, Robert J., Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime

Affairs, Department of Commerce

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Flynn, John F., Deputy Director, Procurement and Systems Division,
General Accounting Office-

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Statement of-Continued

Gutmann, Richard W., Director, Procurement and Systems Acquisi

tion Division, General Accounting Office
Hiltzheimer, Charles I., president and chief officer, Sea-Land Services,

Inc.
Hood, Edwin M., president, Shipbuilders' Council of America.
Horan, Donald, Director, Office of Policy, General Accounting Office..
Horan, William D., chairman, Merchant Marine Committee, the

American Legion...
Kezar, Charles, Supervisory Operations Research Analyst, Procure-

ment and Systems Acquisition, General Accounting Office-
Klausner, Joseph A., counsel, American Maritime Association..
Maskin, Alfred, executive director, American Maritime Association...
May, Albert E., vice president, American Institute of Merchant

Shipping--
McEvoy, Michael R., Chairman of the Board, Sea-Land Services,

Inc.
Ragan, William F., of Ragan and Mason, counsel..
Reynolds, James J., president, American Institute of Merchant

Shipping

Sticht, J. Paul, president of R. J. Reynolds Industries, Inc.--
Additional material supplied by-
Blackwell, Robert J.:

Blackwell's comments on 11 recommendations.
Escrow instructions...
Maritime Subsidy Board, U.S. Department of Commerce con-

tract MA/MSB-291 between the Maritime Subsidy Board and
the purchaser
Method for determining progress payments.

Ships being built in 1978..
GAO:

Questions of Mr. Downing

Worldwide commercial shipbuilding---
Hood, Edwin M.:

Average hourly earnings in shipbuilding and repair.
Hourly earnings.
Material index for Navships steel vessel contracts.
Merchant shipbuilding report (vessels on order and active fleet) -
Merchant-type vessels delivered by U.S. private shipyards---
Naval shipbuilding report---
Shipbuilders Council of America.
Shipbuilding and repairing -
Shipbuilding and ship repair industry profile--SIC 3731.-
Shipbuilding program, U.S. naval vessels, current-prospective---
Shipyard employment..
Subsidized/nonsubsidized U.S. merchant shipbuilding program

delivery schedule.-
Subsidized shipbuilding contract awards

Various government supports to maritime industries.
Horan, William D.:

Resolution No. 91 of the American Legion..
Resolution No. 257 of the American Legion.

Resolution No. 534 of the American Legion.
Maskin, Alfred:

AMPTC organizes conference of Arab oil transport companies..
Abu Dhabi Takes Its First Bold Step Into Oil Transportation,

article from Seatrain, March 1975.
Agenda in Lima: Conflict with “Have" Nations, article from

Washington Post of August 24, 1975
Algerians Criticize Energy Agency-International Unit Attacked

as Instrument of U.S. Policy, article by David Fouquet.-
Arab Concern Building Fleet of Big Tankers, article from New

York Times of March 11, 1975..
Arab Maritime in Market for Tankers, article from Lloyd's List

of July 14, 1975----
Article from Shipyard Weekly of July 17, 1975..

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