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ON INVESTIGATIONS OF THE
UNITED STATES SENATE
S. Res. 251
TO CARRY OUT CERTAIN DUTIES
FEBRUARY 18, 19, 20, 27, 28, MARCH 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12,
13, AND 14, 1952
Printed for the use of the
COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas, Chairman CLYDE R. HOEY, North Carolina
JOSEPH R. MCCARTHY, Wisconsin HERBERT R. O'CONOR, Maryland
KARL E. MUNDT, South Dakota HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota MARGARET CHASE SMITH, Maine MIKE MONRONEY, Oklahoma
ANDREW F. SCHOEPPEL, Kansas THOMAS R. UNDERWOOD, Kentucky HENRY C DWORSHAK, Idaho BLAIR MOODY, Michigan
RICHARD M. NIXON, California WALTER L. REYNOLDS, Chief Clerk
PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS
CLYDE R. HOEY, North Carolina, Chairman JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas
JOSEPH R. MCCARTHY, Wisconsin HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota KARL E. MUNDT, South Dakota THOMAS R. UNDERWOOD, Kentucky RICHARD M. NIXON, California
FRANCIS D. FLANAGAN, Chief Counsel
Cochrane, Vice Adm. E. L., Maritime Administrator, United States
Leece, William A., assistant counsel, Senate Permanent Subcom-
mittee on Investigations-
SCHEDULE OF EXHIBITS
Introduced on P.
Appears on p.
1. American Overseas Tanker Corp. application filed with
United States Maritime Commission for purchase of
20 T-2 tankers, August 27, 1947.-2. Amendment No. 1 to American Overseas Tanker Corp. ap
plication, September 17, 1947--3. Contract of sale entered into by American Overseas Tanker
Corp. and the Maritime Commission for five T-2 tankers,
December 19, 1947.4. Amendment No. 4 to American Overseas Tanker Corp. ap
plication, January 22, 1948.5. Charter agreement entered into by American Overseas
Tanker Corp, and Greenwich Marine Corp., October 21,
1947.----6. Bareboat charter entered into the Greenwich Marine Corp.
and Panama Transport Co., October 21, 1947.---7. Loan agreement between American Overseas Tanker Corp.
and Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., December 30, 19278. Letters from George Trypanis, David R. Dorn, and Mrs.
Mary Dracopoulos to the Compania Internacional de
Vapores, Panama, August 15, 1950.. 9. List of stockholders in American Overseas Tanker Corp.
and Greenwich Marine Corp. as of date of transfer, June
26, 1950.. 10. Minutes of meeting of United States Maritime Commission,
January 22, 1948.--11. Statement from Office of the Secretary of State of Delaware
re certificate of incorporation of National Tanker Corp.,
November 1, 1948. 12. Agreement between United Tanker Corp. and National
Tanker Corp., January 24, 194813. Telegram from United Tanker Corp. to United States
Maritime Commission and reply, February 2, 1948, and
February 3, 1948, respectively-14. Contract of sale between American Overseas Tanker Corp.
and United States Maritime Commission, December 31,
194715. Letter from George H. Helmbold, Chief, Bureau of Oper
ations, United States Maritime Commission, to National
Tanker Corp., January 31, 1948 16. Letter from Joseph E. Casey, president, National Tanker
Corp., to George H. Helmbold, United States Maritime
Commission, February 2, 1948... 17. List of stockholders of National Tanker Corp., January 26,
1948.--18. Application of United Tanker Corp. to United States Mari
time Commission, December 10, 194719. Letter from Newbold Morris to Carroll Perry, United States
Maritime Commission, December 11, 1947. 20. Letter from E. Stanley Klein to Julius C. Holmes and
Joseph E. Casey, January 21, 1948.*May be found in the files of the subcommittee.
21. Contract of sale between United States Maritime Commis
sion and American Overseas Tanker Corp., December 31,
1947. 22. Affidavit of Julius C. Holmes, January 30, 1952. 23. Letter from Commissioner Dunlap to Francis Flanagan,
January 29, 1952.-24. List of vessels owned or in the service of companies which
are understood to be controlled by Stavros S. Niarchos'
interests, February 15, 1952.25. Statement re world tanker fleet.. 26. Agreement between Robert L. Berenson and Robert W.
Dudley, January 7, 1948.. 27. Agreement between Robert W. Dudley and the firm of
Goodwin, Rosenbaum, Meacham & Bailen, April 15,
1949.. 28. Agreement between American Overseas Tanker Corp. and
United Tanker Corp., January 19, 1948--29. Agreement between United Tanker Corp. and Mrs. Olga
Konow, February 3, 1948_ 30. Agreement between China Trading & Industrial Develop
ment Corp. and the Wonok Corp., February 18, 1948. --31. Agreement between United Tanker Corp. and Mrs. Olga
Konow, December 7, 1949.-31A. Computation of China Trading & Industrial Development
Corp. dry-cargo vessels.. 32. Cablegram from Sieling & Jarvis to Masters, December 18,
1950.. 33. Compilation of ECA payments for freight on United Tanker
Corp tankers 34. List of United Tanker Corp. charters to Soviet to carry oil
to Communist China.35. Letter from Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson to Maj.
Gen. Philip B. Fleming, Chairman Maritime Commission,
October 4, 1949.36. Letter from Senator Richard M. Nixon to Admiral E. L.
Cochrane, Maritime Administrator, and reply, March 3,
1952.. 37. Statement of legal fees billed by Lovejoy, Morris, Wasson
& Huppuch to United Tanker Corp. for the years 1948 to
1950, inclusive... 38. Copy of libel complaint by Department of Justice against the
steamship Meacham and answer. 39. Application for remission or mitigation of forfeitures or
penalties with respect to certain T-2 tankers.. 40. Letter from David Jarvis to State Department, August 18,
1949. 41. Memorandum from Director, Transportation Division,
ECA, to Ty Wood, Assistant Administrator for Opera
tions, ECA, July 29, 1949. 42. Memorandum from Arthur G. Syran, ECA, May 3, 1950.43. Memorandum from Arthur G. Syran, ECA, to Harry J.
Miller, ECA, July 13, 1950.44. Letter from Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson to Secretary
of State Dean G. Acheson, January 17, 1950.45. Letter from Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson to Secretary
of State Dean G. Acheson, April 24, 1950.-46. Letter from James E. Webb, Undersecretary of State to Maj
Gen. Philip B. Fleming, Chairman, United States Mari
time Commission, May 18, 1950. May be found in the files of the subcommittee.