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Index of testimony--

862-868
TABLE OF EXHIBITS

Exhibit No.-

Description

S-1. Table. United States iron-ore supplies and deficiencies under as-

sumed conditions, 1950–70_--

1

S-2. Table. Total United States iron-ore requirements at assumed steel

production rates, 1950–70_-

S 3. Table. Maximum iron-ore supplies for the United States, 1950–70-

$-4. Table. Iron-ore reserves of the United States, January 1, 1950.-

S-5. Table. Active foreign iron-ore interests of United States firms.---

S-6. Graph. Steel-ingot capacity of three major producers and all others

as percent of total in selected years; steel-ingot production of three

major producers and all others as percent of total ----

S-7. Graph. United States capacity and production of steel ingots and

steel for castings, 1901 to 1950.-

S-8. Chart. United States iron and steel industry, physical flow from raw

materials to finished products, 1948_

S-9. Chart. Role of the United States iron and steel industry in the do-

mestic manufacturing economy--

8

S-10. Table. Distribution of finished steel to consuming industries,

1923-49.-

S-11. Chart. Role of the United States iron and steel industry in the

world economy, world crude steel production and capacity.

S-12. Article, "The Week in Finance," by George Wanders, from the New

York Herald Tribune, April 24, 1950_:-

11

S-13. Chart. Where Do They Get Their Ore?-

13

S-14. Letter from James M. Meade to Hon. Winfield K, Denton, M. O.,

April 24, 1950, concerning United States Steel Corp. and Gunnison Homes,

Inc.

S-15. Table. Recapitulation of Minnesota iron shipments, direct shipping

and beneficiated ores by railroads, 1939-44, inclusive, with average 6-

year shipments, also 1945 shipments.--

15

S-16. Table. Butler Bros.-comparative 1944 and 1946 lower lake base

prices of Mesabi non-Bessemer 51.50 natural iron; summary of costs

for 1944 compared with July 1946 consumed in added production costs_ 16

S-17. Table. Butler Bros.-comparative 1944 and 1946 lower lake base

price of Mesabi non-Bessemer 51.50 natural iron-summary of costs

for 1944 and 1946-

17

S-18. Table. Summary of net operating income from Minnesota mining

operations based on occupation-tax reports, years 1939 to 1943, inclusive 18

S-19. Table. Comparison of iron-ore production for years of 1939 to 1945,

showing tons, net operating income before fixed charges and Federal

taxes, amounts collected by upper lake rail carriers, and royalty taxes

paid to fee owners, designed to show gradual increasing unfavorable

position of producers of beneficiated ores_-

20

S-20. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for open-pit mines based on

1943 occupation tax reports adjusted to show true costs; also royalty

and royalty-tax payments per ton.---

22

S-21. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for open-pit beneficiating

mines based on 1943 occupation tax reports adjusted to show true costs;

also royalty and royalty-tax payments per ton.--

24

S-22. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for underground mines, based

on 1943 occupation tax reports, adjusted to show true costs; also royalty

and royalty-tax payments per ton.---

26

Eohibit NO.
Description

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S-23. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for open-pit mines, based on

1944 occupation tax reports adjusted to show true costs; also royalty

and royalty-tax payments per ton.--

28

S-24. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for open-pit mines based on

1944 occupation tax reports adjusted to show true costs, also royalty

and royalty-tax payments per ton.---

30

S-25. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for underground mines based

on 1944 occupation-tax reports adjusted to show true costs, also royalty

and royalty-tax payments per ton----

32

S-26. Table. Year 1945, Minnesota iron-ore production for open-pit mines

based on 1945 occupation tax reports adjusted to show true costs, also

royalty and royalty-tax payments per ton---

33

S-27. Table. Year 1945, Minnesota iron-ore production for open-pit bene-

ficiating mines based on 1945 occupation tax reports adjusted to show

true cost; also royalty and royalty-tax payments per ton.---

35

S–28. Table. Minnesota iron-ore production for underground mines, based

on 1945 occupation tax reports adjusted to show true costs, also royalty

and royalty-tax payments per ton.--.

37

S–29. Table. Minnesota iron-ore reserves as of January 1, 1943, reduced

by amount of 1943 and 1944 shipments, reserve location as to railroads,

annual shipments 1939 to 1944, inclusive --

38

S-30. Table. Total ore reserves, January 1, 1943, by classes of ore and

location of reserves as to carriers.--

39

S-31. Table. Summary of reserve tonnages, and calculated life, based

on 1942 shipments, total Minnesota--

41

S-32. Table. Minnesota iron-ore statistics—tons mined, transportation

charges, Lake Erie base price, value at mines, Cuyuna, Mesabi, and

Vermilion Range_--

42

S-33. Table. Lake Superior iron-ore shipments, total shipments, and

Minnesota shipments by ranges and beneficiated ores.--

43

S-34. Table. Total Minnesota iron-ore shipments, by ranges and railroads,

years 1939 to 1914, inclusive ---

44

S-35. Table. Minnesota iron-ore shipments by companies, year 1944. 45

S_36. Table, Minnesota iron-ore shipments by companies, year 1943.

46

S-37. Table, Minnesota iron-ore shipments by companies, year 1942. 48

S-38. Table. 1941 shipments from Minnesota ranges.-

49

S-39. Table. Minnesota iron-ore shipments by companies, year 1940_ 50

S-40. Table. Minnesota iron-ore shipments by companies, year 1939 51

S-41. Comments on the situation of the New York iron-ore concentrates_ 52

S-42. Complaint before the Interstate Commerce Commission, No. 29502,

between Butler Bros., and Great Northern Railway Co., et al.---

54

S-43. Table. Annual Lake Superior iron-ore shipments, 1945-49, by prin-

cipal producers

69

S-43A. Letter from M. D. Harbaugh to Ward S. Bowman, April 20, 1950,

concerning shipments of iron ore---

70

S-44. Flow map showing movement of Lake Superior iron ores and eastern

imported ores (1947) ----

Facing 70

S-45. Order from S. B. Slater, of Republic Iron & Steel Co., to John W.

Hendry, January 4, 1923, for ore---

70

S-46. Republic Steel Corp. purchase order No. AC-254-P, dated January

1, 1950, to Joe Mosteller, Cartersville, Ga., for iron and manganese_ 71

S-47. Letter from Arthur J. Blair, ore agent of Tennessee Coal, Iron &

Railroad Co., to Frank D. Smith of Cartersville, Ga., June 22, 1944, en-

closing sample of sinter--

72

S-48. Letter from G. R. Armstrong, chief engineer of Sloss-Sheffield Steel

& Iron Co., to Frank D. Smith, Cartersville, Ga., May 10, 1944, giving

analysis of sinter-

72

8-49. Letter from W. S. Sanford, manager, land department of Republic

steel Corp., to Frank D. Smith, of Cartersville, Ga., June 3, 1944, giving

analysis of sinter-

73

S-50. Invoice dated May 19, 1947, RM-568, from Joe Mosteller, Cartersville,

Ga., to Woodward Iron Co., for Georgia soft brown ore--

74

S-51. Invoice of Joe A. Mosteller, dated June 26, 1947, RM-568, to

Woodward Iron Co., for Georgia soft brown ore---

75

S-52. Invoice of Southern Materials Co., dated June 26, 1947, RM-596,

to Woodward Iron Co., for Georgia soft brown ore.

76

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Exhibit No.-

Description
S-53. Letter from Oglebay, Norton & Co., signed by Verne D. Johnston, to

J. R. Dellinger, the New Riverside Ochre Co., October 1, 1948, con-

cerning umber ore..

S-53A. Memorandum H. H, Wade, metallurgist of the University of

Minnesota, Institute of Technology Mines Experiment Station, to Verne

D. Johnston, of Oglebay, Norton & Co., concerning Georgia iron ore,

dated July 26, 1948_

S-53B. Letter from E. W. Davis, director of the Mines Experiment Sta-

tion of the Institute of Technology of the University of Minnesota, to
Verne D. Johnston of Oglebay, Norton & Co., September 20, 1948, con-

cerning testing of Georgia iron ore-

S-54. Map. Production and consumption of iron ore-1949---

S-55. Petition filed in the District Court of the United States for the

Northern District of Ohio, Equity No. 5153, by the United States of

America against William G. Mather et al.-

S–56. Dismissal of petition filed December 19, 1935, by the United States

of America against William G. Mather et al., in the District Court of the

United States for the Northern District of Ohio, in Equity No. 5153_-

S-57. Motion to dismiss the petition filed by the United States of America

against William G. Mather et al., in the District Court of the United

States for the Northern District of Ohio, Equity No. 5153_

S-58. Department of Justice memorandum, February 11, 1936, describ-

ing the situation in which the Government was permitted to withdraw

its suit against William G. Mather et al-----

S-59. Letter from T. F. Patton, vice president and general counsel of Re-.

public Steel Corp., to Hon. Emanuel Celler, M. C., August 2, 1950, con-

cerning U. S. v. William G. Mather, Equity No. 5153, Northern District

of Ohio

S-60. Article from Traffic World, December 17, 1949, Conclusions and

Recommendations in Sawyer Report to President.--

S-61. Letter from W. D. Pittman, manager of sales, Bethlehem Steel

Co., to the Leake Stamping Co., September 9, 1948, concerning order No.

9292 of the Leake Stamping Co---

S-62. Letter from W. D. Pittman, manager of sales, Bethlehem Steel

Co., to the Leake Stamping Co., October 6, 1948, concerning the Mower

guard.--

S-63. List of jobs lost to large steel companies, submittted by Kenneth M.

Keegan, general manager, Independent Iron Works, Oakwood, Calif.

S-64. Chart. International Steel Cartel and associated export syn-

dicates

S-65. Letter, J. 0. Outwater, November 21, 1933, to secretary, Steel Export

Association of America, re tin plate.---

S-66. Letter, Sir William Firth, May 23, 1934, to Dr. Ernst Poensgen.-

S-67. Memorandum for the Attorney General, prepared by John Lord

O'Brian February 24, 1933----

S-68. Summary of evidence obtained in connection with Department of

Justice investigation of the prices of steel rails, by John Harlan

Amen.

8-69. Memorandum of general agreement between British Iron and Steel

Federation of Entente Internationale de L'Acier---

8-70. Memorandum on the evolution of the International Steel Cartel's

accord with the American group.

S-71. Memorandum submitted to the London committee by the British

delegate, May 11, 1939---

S-72. Note of the continental delegate to the London committee, December

5. 1939

S-73. Memorandum on the American agreement with the International

Steel cartel, April 17, 1939_

S-73A. Memorandum of proposals submitted by Mr. W. B. Todd, April 14,

1939

S-74. Minutes of the meeting of the London committee held at Steel House,

Westminster, London, April 18, 1939.-

S-75. Minutes of the meeting of the joint coordinating committee, April

130

18, 1939

S_75A. Arrangements with the American group--

134

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