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Chicago, III.
Milwaukee, Wis.

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Gary, Ind.

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Burns Harbor, III.

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Birmingham, Ala.

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Memphis, Tenn.

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1 Kansas City, Mo.

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Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Gary, Ind.

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Dallas, Tex.

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1 Birmingham, Ala.

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St. Louis, Mo

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1 Chicago, III.

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Houston, Tex.
Vicksburg, Miss.

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Pittsburgh, Pa..

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Cleveland, Ohio.

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Chicago, III.

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Chicago, IlI.
Houston, Tex.
Dallas, Tex

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New Orleans, La
New York, N.Y.

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North Little Rock, Ark.

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June 9, 1972 1.81 cwt..

9, 1972 1.01 cwt.
Aug. 9, 1972 1.05 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.84 cwt.

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Dec. 9, 1972 0.48 cwt.
Feb. 8, 1972 0.68 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.89 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 1.66 cwt..
June 9, 1972 0.43 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 0.42 cwt.
Feb. 16, 1972 1.05 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.89 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.89 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cwt.

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June 9, 1972 0.90 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 0.74 cwt..
June 9, 1972 0.52 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 0.78 cwt..
June 9, 1972 0.58 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 0.50 cwt..
June 9, 1972 1.41 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 1.25 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 0.89 cwt..
June 9, 1972 0.57 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.48 cwt..
June 9, 1972 0.90 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.74 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.73 cwt.
July 8, 1972 0.64 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.89 cwt..

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June 9, 1972 0.82 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.70 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.43 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 1.27 cwt..
June 9, 1972 1.33 cwt..
Dec. 9, 1972 1.16 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.89 cwt.
Sept. 11, 1971 19.40 nt.

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June 9, 1972 0.67 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.60 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.67 cwt...

1.56 cwt. 1.52 cwt. 1.01 cwt. 0.72 cwt. 0.48 cwt. 0.45 cwt. 0.61 cwt. 1.61 cwt. 1.60 cwt. 0.42 cwt. 0.40 cwt.. 0.70 cwt. 0.89 cwt. 0.85 cwt. 0.89 cwt. 0.85 cwt.. 0.89 cwt.. 0.85 cwt.. 0.74 cwt. 0.72 cwt.. 0.48 cwt.. 0.45 cwt. 0.50 cwt.. 0.47 cwt.. 1.21 cwt. 1.18 cwt. 0.89 cwt. 0.85 cwt.. 0.48 cwt.. 0.45 cwt. 0.74 cwt. 0.72 cwt. 0.64 cwt. 0.58 cwt. 0.89 cwt. 0.85 cwt. 0.70 cwt. 0.70 cwt. 0.67 cwt. 1.23 cwt. 1.21 cwt. 1.13 cwt.. 1.10 cwt.. 0.89 cwt. 0.85 cwt. 9.25 nt. 9.25 nt. 0.60 cwt. 0.57 cwt. 0.60 cwt..

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Jackson, Miss.

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1 Shreveport, La.

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1 Youngstown, Ohio.

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Memphis, Tenn.

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Dec. 9, 1972 0.60 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.52 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.44 cwt.
Sept. 11, 1971 12.60 nt.
June 9, 1972 0.46 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.39 cwt.
Feb. 13, 1972 1.05 cwt.
Feb. 8, 1971 0.70 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.43 cwr..
Dec. 9, 1972 1.27 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.41 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 1.25 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.57 cwt.

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Dec. 9, 1972 0.62 cwt..
Feb. 8, 1971 0.50 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.63 cwt.
July 26, 1972 11.00 nt.
June 9, 1972 0.52 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.48 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.08 cwt.

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Dec. 9, 1971 0.78 cwt.
Feb. 13, 1972 0.78 cwt.
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0.44 cwt.
0.42 cwt.
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0.37 cwt.
0.70 cwt.
0.60 cwt.
1.23 cwt.
1.21 cwt.
1.21 cwt.
1.18 cwt.
0.48 cwt
0.62 cwt.
0.59 cwt.
0.38 cwt.
0.55 cwt.
7.68 nt..
0.48 cwt.
0.45 cwt.
0.91 cwt.
0.50 cwt.
0.76 cwt.
1.53 cwt.
0.70 cwt.
0.83 cwt..
0.60 cwt.
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11.77 nt
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Survey No.

Commodity

Volume
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Sheet steel

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Chicago, Ill..
Birmingham, Ala.

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June 9, 1972 1.00 cwt. 0.83 cwt..

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Dec. 9, 1972 0.74 cst.. 0.72 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.97 cwt.. 0.81 cwt.
July 26, 1972 16.20 nt. 9.25 nt.
June 9, 1972 0.67 cwt. 0.60 cwt.
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1.04 cwt 0.87 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1971 0.84 cwt. 0.70 cwt.
Feb. 13, 1972 1.05 cwt. 0.70 cwt..
June 9, 1972 1.04 cwt. 0.87 cwt.
Dec. 7, 1972 0.87 cwt. 0.83 cwt.
Feb. 8, 1971 0.50 cwt.. 0.38 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1971 0.84 cwt. 0.70 cwt.
Feb. 13, 1972 0.97 cwt. 0.70 cwt..

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June 9, 1972 1.43 cwt. 1.23 cwt.

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Dec. 9, 1972 0.80 cwt. 0.76 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.23 cwt. 1.03 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 1.03 cwt. 0.98 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.95 cwt. 0.80 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.80 cwt. 0.76 cwt.
June 9, 1972 1.05 cst. 0.89 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.89 cwt. 0.85 cwt..
June 9, 1972 0.84 cwt. 0.72 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.72 cwt.. 0.68 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.97 cwt. 0.81 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.81 cwt. 0.77 cwt.
Sept. 9, 1972 1.05 cwt. 1.01 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.90cwt. 0.76 cwt.
Dec. 9, 1972 0.76 cwt.. 0.72 cwt.
June 9, 1972 0.60 cwt.. 0.52 cwt.

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Aug. 13, 1973 0.39 cwt. 0.33 cwt.
Dec. 2, 1972 0.55 cwt..---- 0.47 cwt...

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Aug. 19, 1967.. X-256

1.9 pct.

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June 24, 1968.. X-259-A
Nov. 28, 1968.. X-259-B
Nov. 18, 1969.. X-262
June 9, 1970... X-265-A
Nov. 20, 1970.. X-265-B
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Rates published in cents per 100 lbs.
Rates not exceeding 10 -12
Rates over 104, but not exceeding 30¢-1¢.
Rates over 30€, but not exceeding 80€–2€..
Rates over 80€–34.
3 pct.
5 pct.
6 pct.
5 pct.
6 pct.
8 pct except from or to points in Southern

territory 6 pct.
12 pct.
2.5 pct S.C.
5 pct between points on and west of the

Nississippi River and the Illinois-Indiana

State line. 6 pct interterritorially. 3 pct.

Jan. 1, 1974 X-299
Nov. 31, 1974. X-301
Jan. 31, 1974. X-301
Mar. 9, 1974, X-301-A
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Mar. 16, 1974.. X-299-A
Apr. 1, 1974 X-301-8
May 1, 1974. X-301-C
June 1, 1974 X-301-D
June 5, 1974... X-301-D
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June 20, 1974.. X-305-A

2.6 pct.
2.1 pct S.C.
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2.3 pct S.C.
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2.8 pct.
2.8 pct S.C.
3 pct S.C.
3.3 pct S.C
0.3 pct S.C.
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2.6 pct.
2.5 pct S.C.
2.8 pct S.C.
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3.3 pct S.C.
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Feb. 5, 1972. X-281
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1.9 pct.

Rail rate for extruded aluminum transported in the study area increased about 11 percent during the 1967-1968 time frame. The same commodity increased about 13 percent for the general rate increases. During the 1971-1972 time frame the general rate increases for this commodity in the nonstudy area amounts to 14 percent, while rate increases in the study area increased only 3 percent. Not only were the rate increases less in pre-construction time elements, but future increases were less than general rate increases. Another example of rate adjustment was reflected in the transportation bill for zinc concentrate. During 1967 and 1968, rail rates for this commodity in the study area increased about 9 percent. However, general rate increases for this commodity amount to 16 percent during the same time element. Rate adjustments for zinc concentrate during 1971 and 1972 in the study area amounted to about 6 percent, while general rate increases for the commodity amounted to about 18 percent. These are only two examples of the study sample which reflects rail rate adjustments for regulated commodities in the study area.

The twenty-six (26) observations that reflect rail rate adjustments amount to about 193,000 short tons, with 48 specific origins and destinations. The total transportation savings generated from these observations amount to approximately $413,000. In addition to those movements previously identified as reflecting positive transportation savings, another 172,000 short tons of commodities evaluated reflect regional or implied transportation savings amounting to approximately $926,000.00. This tonnage is composed of newsprint and several nonferrous metal movements.

This group of commodities and tonnage represents only .0073 or less than one percent of the total estimated tonnage utilized or produced in the study

The research and study efforts were not designed to generate total study area transportation savings, but are only an attempt to determine commodities and commodity movements which respond immediately to water resource development, i.e., navigation channel.

area.

CONCLUSIONS

1. Rail rates for specific commodities and commodity movements in the study area are lower than rail rates for the same commodities in other parts of the country for comparable distances. Data indicates that rail rate adjustments for the study area during pre-construction and post-construction time frames of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System were less than for general rail rate adjustments.

2. The dramatic rail rate adjustments for iron and steel products transported to and from the study area to meet highway and barge competition reduced the transportation bill for commerce in the study area, and thereby the potential reduction in cost of goods and services in the region, the nation, and consuming foreign countries.

3. Iron and steel products are more sensitive to rail rate adjustments than other classes of commodities studied.

4. The double benefit of water transportation ... low water rates and low water-compelled rail rates.

Mr. BARTLETT. Mr. President, I wish to stress the point that a major increase in the costs, such as the fee, or if there is to be a repayment of costs of future waterways, is going to act against the total waterway system, particularly being harmful to the new parts of our inland waterway system, making it more difficult for them to develop properly and be an important part of the transportation system of our country.

Mr. DANFORTH. Mr. President, I wonder if the Senator from New Mexico would entertain a question or two about the capital cost recovery part of his amendment.

The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Chair would inquire of the Senator from Missouri, does he wish to use time that is reserved for him?

Mr. DANFORTH. I will be happy to charge this time against the time that has been allotted to my amendments, although the question does not have anything to do with them.

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