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EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT

(Water Resources and Power Report)

PART 5—Muscle Shoals, Ala.

Bureau of

Gopagnement

1694 A4

HEARINGS

BEFORE A

19566 ypt. 5

SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE

COMMITTEE ON
GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS

WILLIAM L. DAWSON, Illinois, Chairman CHET HOLIFIELD, California

CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan JOHN W. McCORMACK, Massachusetts R. WALTER RIEHLMAN, New York EARL CHUDOFF, Pennsylvania

CECIL M. HARDEN, Indiana JACK BROOKS, Texas

CHARLES B. BROWNSON, Indiana LESTER HOLTZMAN, New York

GEORGE MEADER, Michigan ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN, West Virginia CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio L. H. FOUNTAIN, North Carolina

GLENARD P. LIPSCOMB, California PORTER HARDY, JR., Virginia

B. CARROLL REECE, Tennessee JOHN A. BLATNIK, Minnesota

J. ARTHUR YOUNGER, California ROBERT E. JONES, Alabama

VICTOR A. KNOX, Michigan EDWARD A. GARMATZ, Maryland

OTTO KRUEGER, North Dakota JOHN E. MOSS, California

CHARLES R. JONAS, North Carolina JOE M. KILGORE, Texas

WILLIAM E. MINSHALL, Ohio
DANTE B. FASCELL, Florida
MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS, Michigan
HENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin

CHRISTINE RAY DAVIS, Staff Director
ORVILLE S. POLAND, General Counsel
WILLIAM PINCUS, A880ciate General Counsel
HELEN M. BOYER, Minority Professional Staff

SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON WATER RESOURCES AND POWER

ROBERT E. JONES, Alabama, Chairman MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS, Michigan GLENARD P. LIPSCOMB, California, HENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin

MEMBERS EX OFFICIO
WILLIAM L, DAWSON, Illinois

CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan
WILLIAM C. WISE, Staff Director
WILLIAM L. STURDEVANT, Jr., Professional Staf Member

ROY F. BESSEY, Staff Consultant

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Statement of

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Beard, Hon. Leonard, mayor, Sheffield, Ala-----

823
Clement, Hon. Frank G., Governor of the State of Tennessee..

837
Eddens, Quince, manager, Decatur Electric System, Decatur, Ala----- 816
Ellis, Clyde T., general manager, National Rural Electric Cooperative

Association; accompanied by Dr. Clay Cochran, staff economist, head
of the legislative and research department, National Rural Electric
Cooperative Association..

917
Folsom, Hon. James E., Governor of the State of Alabama--

867

Hill, Hon. Lister, a United States Senator from the State of Alabama. 782

Hull, William J., chairman, legislative committee, Ohio Valley Im-
provement Association, Inc.-

880

Johnson, Keen, Louisville, Ky., vice president of Reynolds Metals Co.,

appearing on behalf of Ohio Valley Improvement Association -- 859

King, Howard G., vice president, Arrow Transportation Co., Sheffield,

Ala---

894

Lile, John M., Leighton, Ala., district supervisor, Colbert County, Ala.,

chairman, board of supervisors, Northwest Alabama Soil Conserva-

tion District, member, executive committee, State Association of

Şoil Conservation District Supervisors; accompanied by J. M. Cain,

Tuscaloosa, Ala., district supervisor from Tuscaloosa County, and

vice president of Alabama Association of Soil Conservation District

Supervisors; and O. L. Kivette, Brilliant, Ala., district supervisor

from Marion County, Ala., chairman, board of supervisors, Tombig-

bee-Warrior Soil Conservation District--

1022

Murray, F. W., representing various coal companies---

831

Parish, William, representing the Tri-Cities Labor Council of the

American Federation of Labor.--.

854

Radin, Alex, general manager, American Public Power Association_. 896

Sparkman, Hon. John J., a United States Senator from the State

of Alabama---

802

Steward, M. C., representing Tennessee Valley Public Power Associa-

tion, North Alabama Power Distributors Association, and manager,
Sand Mountain Electric Cooperative--

1015
Williams, Jesse M., Jr., representing the Alabama Rural Electric As-
sociation of Cooperatives.-

1019

Letters, statements, etc., submitted for the record by-

Battles, Jim, secretary-treasurer, Alabama State CIO Council, Birm-

ingham, Ala.: Statement-

1024

Clement, Hon. Frank G., Governor of the State of Tennessee:

Excerpt from article by Harry W. Morrison of Boise, Idaho---- 843

Excerpt from Commission Report on Water Resources and Power. 840,

845, 847

Excerpt from Democratic Digest article entitled. “Reorganizing

the Government as Mr. Hoover Sees It”.

845

Excerpt from Journal

of the American Water Works Association,

by W. W. Horner, July 1946_

842
Excerpt from Reader's Digest by Leslie A. Miller, August 1950---- 843
Excerpt from speech of Harry E. Polk of Williston, N. Dak., at
Amarillo, Tex., in 1951.-.

843

Excerpt from speech of Hon. Herbert Hoover assailing public

power-

842

Excerpt from statement of Admiral Moreell entitled, “To Com-
munism-Via Majority Vote".

842
Excerpt from statement of Charles L. Andrews of Memphis, Tenn.

844

Letters, statements, etc.—Continued

Clement, Hon. Frank G.–Continued

Pago

Excerpt from statement of Governor Bracken Lee of Utah before

the Senate Committee on Public Works..

843

Excerpt from Task Force Report on Water Resources and Power.. 840

Excerpt from views of William D. Shannon and other engineers

on the principle of sound water policy--

844

Motion made at a meeting of the Commission on Organization

of the Executive Branch of the Government (Water Resources

and Power)

845

Ellis, Clyde T., general manager, National Rural Electric Cooperative

Association :

Excerpt from ad in the Saturday Evening Post, by the Electric

Light and Power Companies of the United States.-

936

Excerpt from book entitled, “Principles of Economics,” by Dr.

W. Nelson Peach.---

922

Excerpt from Development of American Waterpower by Fanning- 939

Excerpt from pamphlet published by the National Association of

Electric Companies, May 1950-----

925

Excerpt from speech of Admiral Moreell entitled, “What Price

Public Power,” October 21, 1955, at White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va---

940

Excerpt from the Electrical World, October 17, 1955_

935

Excerpt from veto message of President Theodore Roosevelt on

the James River Bill.

939

Excerpt of letter from Thomas Jefferson, to Roger C. Weightman,

June 24, 1826_--

939

Letter and resolution entitled, “Socialism” from Clyde T. Ellis,
to Hon. Robert E. Jones, December 27, 1955..

1011

Statement.

940

Supplemental statement..

1004

Hill, Hon. Lister, a United States Senator from the State of Alabama :
Excerpt from plaque on all TVA plants----

798

Excerpt from Task Force Report on Water Resources and

Power

786, 787, 795

Hull, William J., chairman, legislative committee, Ohio Valley Im-

provement Association, Inc.:

Excerpt from Commission Report on Water Resources and

Power

881, 882, 885, 887, 891

Excerpt from Public Works Committee report on St. Lawrence
seaway bill (S. 2150), 83d Cong---

887
Excerpt from statement of Gerald D. Morgan, Washington, D. C.

before the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, April
7, 1952_--

886
Excerpt from Northwest Ordinance adopted July 13, 1787---

885
Excerpt from the River and Harbor Acts of 1882 and 1884.

886
Johnson, Keen, Louisville, Ky., vice president of Reynolds Metals Co.,
appearing on behalf of Ohio Valley Improvement Association:
Excerpt from message of Hon. Andrew Jackson to the Congress:

First annual message to the Congress on December 8, 1829_-- 865

Second annual message to Congress on December 6, 1830--- 865

Excerpt from statement of Hon. Herbert Hoover in St. Louis,

November 14, 1927---

864

Excerpt from Task Force Report on Water Resources and Power. 864

Jones, Hon. Robert E., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Alabama, and chairman, Special Subcommittee on Water Resources

and Power :

Excerpt from Commission Report on Water Resources and

Power...

788, 835, 853

Letter and enclosures from Allen Rushton, regional vice chair-

man, Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report, Birmingham,
Ala., to Hon. Robert E. Jones, October 29, 1955..

826
Letter from Thomas W. Martin, chairman of the board, Alabama

Power Co., Birmingham, Ala., to Hon. Robert E. Jones, October
31, 1955_

814

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