Hearings, Reports and Prints of the House Committee on Agriculture

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965
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chart
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for other purposes Statement of 1
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Buckley John B president Mississippi Poultry Improvement
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Producers Organization 87
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New York 102
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Dow Hon John G a Representative in Congress from the State
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Graham Harry L legislative representative of the National Grange
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Statement of
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to meet the nutritional needs of its people
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Economic Stability Through Production Control from National
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List of cases which the Supreme Court has upheld the Governments
Cotton Promotion Association and Uplands Cotton Growers Inc 13
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Heidelberg Frederic H executive vice president North Carolina
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Burwell John director North Carolina Poultry Processors Associ
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Highfill J V Assistant Administrator Farmers Home Administration
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Frank Hiram H Woodland Farms North Branch N Y letter
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Milwaukee Milk Producers Milwaukee Wis letter dated March
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Farmers Association Inc and Connecticut Poultry Association 43
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Colorado Wool Growers Association Glenwood Springs Colo tele
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Consolidated Wool Growers Hotchkiss Colo telegram dated March
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SUBCOMMITTEE ON DAIRY AND POULTRY
Callaway Hon Howard H a Representative in Congress from
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Covell Ed representing DelawareMarylandVirginia Poultry
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Whalley Hon J Irving a Representative in Congress from the State
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Hinth Emanuel manager of the Central Connecticut Cooperative
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Johnson Donald A executive vice president Plains Cotton Growers
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Hansen Hon George V a Representative in Congress from
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Type conversion and wilderness preservation 100
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Ise of herbicides 100
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Kanbe Forrest Jr National Egg Producers Organization Lexington
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Lavender Claude L II member of the board of directors No 3
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Watershed Fire Council of Southern California resolution of December
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to order
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Price Joseph H director of public relations Texas Cotton Ginners
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subcommittee
which may be insured under subtitle A of such act 1
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Salter Wiley chairman Alabama Legislative Cotton Study Com
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serrell John C General Counsel U S Department of Agriculture letter Page
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McDonald Angus The National Farmers Union 150
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Hand Paul economist Interstate Milk Producers Cooperative Inc
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Andrews Hon Mark a Representative in Congress from the State
H R 299 A bill to amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933
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Report on H R 7599 from the Department of Agriculture dated July
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de la Garza Hon Eligio a Representative in Congress from
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Fascell Hon Dante B a Representative in Congress from the State
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May Hon Catherine a Representative in Congress from the State
McGrath Hon Thomas C Jr a Representative in Congress from
American Farm Bureau Federation Washington D C letter dated
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culture 7
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Hedlund Floyd F Director Fruit and Vegetable Division Consumer
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Percentage distribution of commercial farms reporting eggs sold
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by Mr Stalbaum follow
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of lowa
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Mehren George L Assistant Secretary U S Department of Agri
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Dow Hon John G a Representative in Congress from the State
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Miller Sidney Irwinton Ga 117
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Additional information submitted to the subcommittee
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Johnson Reuben director division of legislative services National
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Statement of
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Johnson S P III Roswell N Mex telegram dated March 3 1965 1
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State of New Mexico 9
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H R 15089
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McCranie Perry director Georgia Poultry Federation 35
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H R 15510 a bill to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administra
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OReilly Charles A manager Central Jersey Farmers Cooperative
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Owens William G vice president Georgia Egg Association 59
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Statement
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Nave Forest Jr chairman National Egg Producers Organization 71
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Pickler Maurice egg producer New London N C 90
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Hon Harold D COOLEY
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HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 313 AND HOUSE CONCURRENT
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Owens William G vice president Georgia Egg Association 31
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H R 9151 a bill to amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration
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Statement of
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Welfare food allowance found barely adequate from Washington Post 138
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Sauer Everett E executive secretary Montana Wool Growers
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House of Representatives
Carton productionCotton acreage report July 1 1966 19
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Sisk Hon B F a Representative in Congress from the State
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26
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Resniek Hon Joseph Y a Representative in Congress from
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North Dakota 3
Schmidhauser Hon John R a Representative in Congress from
Resnick Hon Joseph Y a Representative in Congress from the State
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St Onge Hon William L a Representative in Congress from
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Statement ofContinued
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Roberts Reid route 1 Hillsboro N C egg producer and chairman
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Southern States Cooperative Louisville Ky telegram dated March
45
Sickels Harvey secretary National Farmers Organization 185
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section provides for a further adjustment equitably to apportion the total value
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Wildlife habitat information coordinator 84
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Vaccaro John president New Jersey State Poultry Association 174
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other purposes
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Burton Laurence J a Representative in Congress from the State
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Cabell Hon Earle a Representative in Congress from the State
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Freeman Hon Orville L Secretary of Agriculture statement
Products November 30 and December 1
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The Federal Land Bank of 1919 and 1966 résumé of legislation 40
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Schnittker Hon John A Under Secretary of Agriculture letter
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Wallace John P president Southeastern Poultry Egg Association 59
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Wells Jim Hernando Egg Producers Inc 65
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White Phelps Roswell N Mex letter dated March 1 1965
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Washington
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Widnall Hon William B a Representative in Congress from
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Williams Harold Vi president Institute of American Poultry
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Williams Harold M president Institute of American Poultry Indus
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Trimble Hon J W a Representative in Congress from the State
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atement
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tion Chicago III
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Stark Thomas Jr Amelia
Inequities in AcreagePoundage Tobacco Program
atural Disasters Play Role in Farm Economy an article by
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tion
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6
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Stuart Jr vice president Universal Leaf Tobacco Co Inc state
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Wyoming
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Página 35 - For the purposes of this section — (1) continuity of session is broken only by an adjournment of Congress sine die ; and (2) the days on which either House is not in session because of an adjournment of more than three days to a day certain are excluded in the computation of any period of time in which Congress is in continuous session.
Página 113 - Congress to secure for the American people of present and future generations the benefits of an enduring resource of wilderness.
Página 33 - ... when there is not sufficient demand for such goods, materials, commodities, services, or facilities, to employ the efficient capacity of existing competitive commercial or industrial enterprises, unless such financial or other assistance will not have an adverse effect upon existing competitive enterprises in the area.
Página 108 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee. First, I would like to thank you for the opportunity of being here this morning.
Página 42 - To provide grants for public works and development facilities, other financial assistance and the planning and coordination needed to alleviate conditions of substantial and persistent unemployment and underemployment In economically distressed areas and regions.
Página 121 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, I want to express my appreciation for the opportunity to appear before you this morning to discuss a matter which is of major concern to me.
Página 26 - The difference between the departments undoubtedly is, that the legislature makes, the executive executes, and the judiciary construes the law ; but the maker of the law may commit something to the discretion of the other departments, and the precise boundary of this power is a subject of delicate and difficult inquiry, into which a Court will not enter unnecessarily.
Página 12 - Whenever the estimated Federal contribution to the construction cost of works of improvement in the plan for any watershed or subwatershed area shall exceed...
Página 31 - But even if appellee's activity be local and though it may not be regarded as commerce, it may still, whatever its nature, be reached by Congress if it exerts a substantial economic effect on interstate commerce, and this irrespective of whether such effect is what might at some earlier time have been defined as "direct
Página 8 - Is made, and (d) a further adjustment, equitably to apportion the total value of the milk purchased by any handler, or by all handlers, among producers and associations of producers, on the basis of their marketings of milk during a representative period of time.

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