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PUBLIC WORKS FOR WATER AND POWER
DEVELOPMENT AND ATOMIC ENERGY
COMMISSION APPROPRIATIONS, 1975

United States. Congress. House, Committee on Appropriations.
Subcommittee on Public Works.

HEARINGS

BEFORE A

SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

NINETY-THIRD CONGRESS

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HUNTER L. SPILLAN, GEORGE A. URIAN, and JOHN G. PLASHAL, Staff Assistants

PART 7

TESTIMONY OF MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND OTHER
INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

(Pages 1-946)

Printed for the use of the Committee on Appropriations

32-872 O

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON: 1974

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

GEORGE H. MAHON, Texas, Chairman

JAMIE L. WHITTEN, Mississippi
JOHN J. ROONEY, New York
ROBERT L. F. SIKES, Florida
OTTO E. PASSMAN, Louisiana
JOE L. EVINS, Tennessee

EDWARD P. BOLAND, Massachusetts
WILLIAM H. NATCHER, Kentucky
DANIEL J. FLOOD, Pennsylvania
TOM STEED, Oklahoma

GEORGE E. SHIPLEY, Illinois
JOHN M. SLACK, West Virginia
JOHN J. FLYNT, JR., Georgia
NEAL SMITH, Iowa

ROBERT N. GIAIMO, Connecticut
JULIA BUTLER HANSEN, Washington
JOSEPH P. ADDABBO, New York
JOHN J. MCFALL, California
EDWARD J. PATTEN, New Jersey
CLARENCE D. LONG, Maryland
SIDNEY R. YATES, Illinois
BOB CASEY, Texas

FRANK E. EVANS, Colorado

DAVID R. OBEY, Wisconsin

EDWARD R. ROYBAL, California

LOUIS STOKES, Ohio

J. EDWARD ROUSH, Indiana
GUNN MCKAY, Utah

TOM BEVILL, Alabama

EDITH GREEN, Oregon

ROBERT O. TIERNAN, Rhode Island
BILL CHAPPELL, JR., Florida

BILL D. BURLISON, Missouri

ELFORD A. CEDERBERG, Michigan
WILLIAM E. MINSHALL, Ohio
ROBERT H. MICHEL, Illinois
SILVIO O. CONTE, Massachusetts
GLENN R. DAVIS, Wisconsin
HOWARD W. ROBISON, New York
GARNER E. SHRIVER, Kansas
JOSEPH M. MCDADE, Pennsylvania
MARK ANDREWS, North Dakota
LOUIS C. WYMAN, New Hampshire
BURT L. TALCOTT, California
WENDELL WYATT, Oregon
JACK EDWARDS, Alabama
WILLIAM J. SCHERLE, Iowa
ROBERT C. MCEWEN, New York
JOHN T. MYERS, Indiana

J. KENNETH ROBINSON, Virginia
CLARENCE E. MILLER, Ohio
EARL B. RUTH, North Carolina
VICTORY V. VEYSEY, California
LAWRENCE COUGHLIN, Pennsylvania

C. W. BILL YOUNG, Florida

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NOTE. This Surveys and Investigations supervisory staff is supplemented by selected personnel borrowed on a reimbursable basis for varying lengths of time from various agencies to staff up specific studies and investigations. The current average annual full-time personnel equivalent is approximately 42.

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PUBLIC WORKS FOR WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT, AN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION APPROPRIATIONS, 1975

TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1974.

TESTIMONY OF MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

WATER RESOURCES PROGRAM

WITNESSES

JOHN SIMMONS, PRESIDENT, WATER RESOURCES CONGRESS

E. MICHAEL CASSADY, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT

HARRY COHEN, VICE PRESIDENT

Mr. EVINS. The committee will come to order. We have a distinguished gathering here this morning.

The first witness to be heard is Charles D. Maynard, chairman of the board of the Water Resources Congress. He is accompanied by Allen Bebee and Michael Cassady.

The three gentlemen may come to the table if they wish.

STATEMENT OF JOHN SIMMONS

Mr. SIMMONS. Mr. Chairman and gentlemen of the subcommitteef I am John Simmons, executive vice president and general manager o the Sabine River Authority of Texas. I am also president of Water Resources Congress and appear as the spokesman for that organization. I am accompanied today by three other officers of the Water Resources Congress-Allen P. Bebee, president, St. Louis Terminals Group of St. Louis, Mo., who is chairman of our board; our executive vice president, E. Michael Cassady, and vice president Harry Cohen, both of Washington, D.C.

Water Resources Congress came into being just 3 years ago as the result of a merger of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress and Water Resources Associated, which previously had been known as the Mississippi Valley Association.

The unification of these two organizations, having a combined and a continuous total of more than 125 years of public service, has created by far the largest and most active conservation and resource development organization in the United States. Its membership extends into all 50 States and territories and includes more than 600 local and regional associations, agencies, and related groups, the total makeup being many thousands of knowledgeable people actively concerned with water resources development in this Nation.

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