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H.R. 84, H.R. 163, H.R. 2505, H.R. 2874, H.R. 4003, H.R. 4448,

H.R. 5271, and H.R. 7534
BILLS TO STABILIZE THE MINING OF LEAD AND ZINC
BY SMALL DOMESTIC PRODUCERS ON PUBLIC, INDIAN,

AND OTHER LANDS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

MARCH 9 AND 10, JUNE 16, AND JULY 25, 1961

Serial No. 8

Printed for the use of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

7243

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1961

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

WAYNE N. ASPINALL, Colorado, Chairman LEO W. O'BRIEN, New York

JOHN P. SAYLOR, Pennsylvania WALTER ROGERS, Texas

J. ERNEST WHARTON, New York GRACIE PFOST, Idaho

E. Y. BERRY, South Dakota JAMES A. HALEY, Florida

JACK WESTLAND, Washington ED EDMONDSON, Oklahoma

CRAIG HOSMER, California J. T. RUTHERFORD, Texas

J. EDGAR CHENOWETH, Colorado WALTER S. BARING, Nevada

GLENN CUNNINGHAM, Nebraska D. S. (JUDGE) SAUND, California

ODIN LANGEN, Minnesota THOMAS G. MORRIS, New Mexico

JOHN KYL, Iowa RALPH J. RIVERS, Alaska

WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, Wyo ROY A. TAYLOR, North Carolina

EDWIN R. DURNO, Oregon DAVID S. KING, Utah

PETER H. DOMINICK, Colorado HAROLD T. JOHNSON, California

HJALMAR C. NYGAARD, North Dako JULIA BUTLER HANSEN, Washington ARNOLD OLSEN, Montana

A. FERNÓS-ISERN (Resident Commissi HUGH L. CAREY, New York

Puerto Rico RICHARD (DICK) ICHORD, Missouri

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MINES AND MINING

ED EDMONDSON, Oklahoma, Chairman WALTER ROGERS, Texas

JOHN P. SAYLOR, Pennsylvania GRACIE PFOST, Idaho

J. ERNEST WHARTON, New York J. T. RUTHERFORD, Texas

J. EDGAR CHENOWETH, Colorado WALTER S. BARING, Nevada

JOHN KYL, Iowa THOMAS G. MORRIS, New Mexico

WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, Wyon HUGH L. CAREY, New York

PETER H. DOMINICK, Colorado RICHARD (DICK) ICHORD, Missouri

MILTON A. PEARL, Mining Consultant

T. RICHARD WITMER, Counsel

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CONTENTS

Statement of -

Hon. Walter S. Baring, a Representative in Congress from the State Page

of Nevada..

9

Alexander K. Christie, legislative representative, United Steel Workers

of America...

86

Max N. Edwards, Assistant to the Secretary and Legislative Counsel,

Department of the Interior, accompanied by John F. O'Leary, staff

assistant to Assistant Secretary for Mineral Resources, Department

of the Interior...

-- 10, 105

Tom Kiser, president, Tri-State Zinc & Lead Ore Producers Asso-
ciation...

59
Hon. Walter L. McVey, a Representative in Congress from the State
of Kansas

21

Hon. Joseph M. Montoya, a Representative in Congress from the

State of New Mexico, accompanied by Hon. Thomas G. Morris, a

Representative in Congress from the State of New Mexico...

11

Hon. Gracie Pfost, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Idaho...

15

Hon. Vernon W. Thomson, a Representative in Congress from the

State of Wisconsin...

18

William G. Waldeck, Montrose, Colo., representing individual mining

companies and operators, including Standard Metals Corp., Moab,

Utah.

Horace White, International Union of Mine, Mill & Smelter Workers,

Denver, Colo...

91

Clark, Wilson, Chairman, Emergency Lead-Zinc Committee, Wash-

ington, D.C.

Material submitted for the record:

Amalgamated Bayard District Union Local 890, Bayard, N. Mex., tele-

gram from Juan Chacon, president...

70

American Zinc Lead & Smelting Co., St. Louis, Mo., letter from

Howard I. Young, president-

25

Athletic Mining & Smelting Co., telegram from Raymond F. Orr,

president...

48

James A. Brownlow, president, metal trades department, AFL-CIO,

statement of

141

John Clark, president, International Union of Mine, Mill & Smelter

Workers, Denver, Colo., statement of.

92

Cobalt Mine Mill Workers Local 809, Fredericktown, Mo., telegram

from Clarence E. Kemp, president...

70

Henry L. Day, president, Day Mines, Inc., Wallace, Idaho, state-

ment of..

50

S. K. Droubay, vice president and general manager, United Park

City Mines Co., Heber, Utah, statement of

51

Eagle-Picher Co.,

Miami, Okla., letter from C. 0. Dale, vice president- 25

El Paso Smelter Workers Local 509, telegram from Alfredo F. Ayala,

president.

47

Keystone Mining Co., telegram from Clarence Bamberger, president.. 48

Metaline Mine & Mill Workers Local 515, telegram from H. B.

Irwin, president.

National Zinc Co., Inc., telegram from F. R. Jeffrey, president.

48

Umont Mining Co., Challis, Idaho, letter from Dooley B. Wheeler, Jr.. 49

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