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Printed for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
EMANUEL CELLER, New York, Chattman
C. MURRAY BERNHARDT, Administrative Counsel
David C. COYLE, Consultant
production rates, 1950–70_-.
S-11. Chart. Role of the United States iron and steel industry in the
S-15. Table. Recapitulation of Minnesota iron shipments, direct shipping
and beneficiated ores by railroads, 1939-44, inclusive, with average 6-
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-53B. Letter from E. W. Davis, director of the Mines Experiment Sta-
tion of the Institute of Technology of the University of Minnesota, to
cerning testing of Georgia iron ore_
Northern District of Ohio, Equity No. 5153, by the United States of
America against William G. Mather et al.
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-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-63. List of jobs lost to large steel companies, submittted by Kenneth M.
Keegan, general manager, Independent Iron Works, Oakwood, Calif_-
Association of America, re tin plate---
S-70. Memorandum on the evolution of the International Steel Cartel's
accord with the American group.-
delegate, May 11, 1939--