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LOGAN GOAL MEN PROTESTING BATE Five Companies Charge C.&0. With Maintaining Excessive Rates On Shipments From Mines To Huntington Washington, Nov. 18 (JP) —Five coal mining companies operating in the Logan, West Virginia, district accused the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway company today of maintaining maintaining excessive rates for hauling coal from their mines to Huntington for trans-shipment. The rate, assailed in a complaint to the interstate commerce commission, commission, is 75 cents a ton, maintained maintained since June 22, 1935. For many years prior to 1935, the complaint complaint said, the rate of 50 cents had been maintained for the same service service between the same points. The protesting companies were the Island Creek Coal company, Island Creek Fuel and Transporta-

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  1. Bluefield Daily Telegraph,
  2. 19 Nov 1937, Fri,
  3. Page 14

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