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Statement of Continued

O'Leary, John J., chairman, on behalf of the Nassau County Com

mittee of the New York State Conservative Party ---
Oster, Captain G., president, Panama Canal Pilots Association.
Parfitt, Harold R., Governor of the Canal Zone, and president of the
Panama Canal Company -

Prepared statement--
Reurs, John H., chairman, New rk Committee, International Com-

mittee of Passenger Lines.--
Reynolds, James J., president, American Institute of Merchant

Shipping--
Simpkins, Talmage E., codirector, Labor-Management Maritime
Committee

Prepared statement..
Steers, Philip L., Jr., financial vice president of the Panama Canal

Company -
Tice, Kenneth N., pricing manager, Domestic Central American

Services, Sea-Land Service, Inc.
Tolan, David J., executive vice president and general manager,

Caribbean/Latin American/Domestic Division, Sea-Land Service,

Inc.-
Veysey, Victor, V., Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works).

Prepared statement..
Wall, Shannon J., president, National Maritime Union.
Webber, Clyde M., national president, American Federation of Govern-

ment Employees, presented by Stephen A. Koczak...
Willenbucher, Franz Otto, Captain, U.S. Navy (Retired).
Wolfsperger, Ellsworth, international relations adviser, Department of

the Army---
Zito, Nicholas J., director of regulatory accounting, Sea-Land Service,

Inc.
Additional material supplied by-
AIMS:

Court case: Panama Canal Company v. Grace Line, et al.--

Number of transits by U.S.-flag ships.-
Andersen, Arthur, & Co.:

Dating of Arthur Andersen & Co. report.--
Evaluation of accounting policy changes during fiscal year 1973---
Issuance of debt by Canal Company -

Services of Arthur Andersen & Co. for Panama Canal Company-
Bell, S. Morey: Joint minutes of the 107th meeting of the Panamanian

Commissioners with the Department of State relating to the

negotiation of agreements between the two countries, 1936.---Comptroller General:

Report to the Congress--Examination of Financial Statements

fiscal years 1971 and 1970 Panama Canal Company and Canal

Zone Government.
Report to the_Congress-Examination of the financial state-

ments of the Panama Canal Company and Canal Zone Govern

ment for fiscal year 1973.. Drummond, William R.:

Advisers to the Directorate of the communist party---
Alerta Panemeño...
An extract from the political declaration of the Lima Non-Aligned

Conference.
¿Cuales Son Las Reglas Del Juego?--
Chapter XXII from The Fourth Floor: “What Does It All

Mean?
Comite Civico Democratico Pro Mejoramients de Panama.-
Declaracion del Presidente Constitucional de la Republica de

Panama---
Del movimiento de abogados independientes..
Directorate of the Communist Party of Panama..
Empresas que ya se han Adherido Al Paro Nacional Hasta las

11 a.m.

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Drummond, William R. (Con.):

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Hechos que nos preocupan.-

474 Information paper.

494 Letters submitted for the record by Mr. Drummond may be found on the following pages.

464, 465, 468, 500, 504 Los Anales legislativos--

476 One hundred truths..

447 One hundred Verdades.

442 Panama to have absolute Canal sovereignty

497 Panamanian Communist Party Report

440 Report of latest Republic of Panama-State Department PreTreaty Action.-

490 Graham, Alfred J.: General comments quoted from questionnaire.

534 Position paper of the Ad Hoc Committee of U.S. Labor Organizations and Civic Councils--

530 Johnson, Eugene A.:

Article from the Panama American of March 19, 1976: "Pana-
manians More Reliable Than U.S. Citizens"

528 Introduction of Ad Hoc Committee.--.

529 "Sickout” Continues: Ship Logjam Climbs to 140.

527 Metcalfe, Hon. Ralph: Resolution of the Subcommittee of the Panama Canal.

536 McElligott, Paul J.: Depreciation of excavations, titles, treaties, etc..

338 Morgan, Col. Milton J.:

English language training for the Panama National Guard ---- 504 Parfitt, Gov. Harold R.:

Changes in estimates of operating results-fiscal year 1976---- 185
Depreciation.

177 Employees

177 Fiscal year 1975 operating results.

166 Net tonnage of a vessel.

181 Part 135~Rules for Measurement of Vessels, from the Federal Register, March 31, 1976.

148 Recovery of general corporate overhead costs--

172 Panama Canal Company:

Panama Canal Company and Canal Zone Government outstand

ing accounts receivable Panama Government by calendar year. 99 Supplementary comments of Philip L. Steers, Jr..

324 Sea-Land Service, Inc.:

Review of sensitivity estimates contained in Panama Canal toll
increase: Effect on the U.S. economy--

307 Snyder, Hon. Gene:

Article from the New York Times of September 16, 1975: "Pen-
tagon yielded to Ford on Canal”,

227 News release of February 6, 1974.

410 Steers, Philip L., Jr.:

Excerpts from General Accounting Office report to the Congress- 163 Sullivan, Hon. Leonor K.: Bidlack-Mallarino Treaty.

114 Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty

117 Hay-Pauncefote Treaty-

115 Huil-Alfaro Treaty

126 Moore memorandum..

142 Spooner Act

139 Text of the Panama Declaration of Independence signed November 4, 1903

145 Thomson-Urrutia Treaty

123 Treaty of Mutual Understanding and Cooperation Between the United States of America and the Republic of Panama--.

132 Sullivan, Hon. Leonor K. and Ralph H Metcalfe:

Analysis of the financial position and financial problems of the
canal organization.----

39 Analysis of the impact and equity of proposed rules for the measurement of vessels.-

7 Marginal cost of operating cinal..

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