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COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIO WELFARE

RALPH YARBOROUGH, Texas, Chairman JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia JACOB K. JAVITS, New York HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey WINSTON L. PROUTY, Vermont CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island

PETER H. DOMINICK, Colorado EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts GEORGE MURPHY, California GAYLORD NELSON, Wisconsin

RICHARD S. SCHWEIKER, Pennsylvania WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota

WILLIAM B. SAXBE, Ohio
THOMAS F. EAGLETON, Missouri

RALPH TYLER SMITH, Illinois
ALAN CRANSTON, California
HAROLD E. HUGHES, Iowa

ROBERT 0. HARRIS, Staff Director

John S. FORSYTHE, General Counsel
ROY H. MILLENSON, Minority Staf Director

EUGENE MITTELMAN, Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MIGRATORY LABOR

WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota, Chairman HARRISON A. WILLIAMS, JR., New Jersey WILLIAM B. SAXBE, Ohio EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts GEORGE MURPHY, California ALAN CRANSTON, California

RICHARD S. SCHWEIKER, Pennsylvania HAROLD E. HUGHES, Iowa

RALPH TYLER SMITH, Illinois
BOREN CHERTKOV, Counsel
A. SIDNEY JOHNSON, Professional Stai Member

EUGEND MITTELMAN, Minority Counsel

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FORMAT OF HEARINGS ON MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARMWORKER

POWERLESSNESS The Subcommittee on Migratory Labor conducted public hearings in Washington, D.C., during the 91st

Congress on “Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Powerlessness." These hearings are contained in the following parts: Subject matter

Hearing dates Part 1: Who Are the Migrants ?

June 9 and 10, 1969 Part 2: The Migrant Subculture_

July 28, 1969 Part 3-A : Efforts to Organize..

July 15, 1969 Part 3-B : Efforts to Organize--

July 16 and 17, 1969 Part 4A: Farmworker Legal Problems.

Aug. 7, 1969 Part 4B: Farmworker Legal Problems..

Aug. 8, 1969 Part 5-A: Border Commuter Labor Problem.

May 21, 1969 Part 5-B: Border Commuter Labor Problem.

May 22, 1969 Part 6-A: Pesticides and the Farmworker.

Aug. 1, 1969 Part 6-B: Pesticides and the Farmworker.

Sept. 29, 1969 Part 6-C: Pesticides and the Farmworker.

Sept. 30, 1969 Part 7: Manpower and Economic Problems..

Apr. 14 and 15, 1970 Part 8: Who Is Responsible ?..

July 20, 21, and 24, 1970

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CONTENTS

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1969

Porter, Paul, Ph. D., assistant director, Shell Development Research Co., Page

Modesto, Calif.

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Lemmon, Allen B., assistant director, California Department of Agri-

culture, Sacramento, Calif---

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Bianco, Anthony A., Jr., president, Bianco Fruit Corp., Fresno, Calif. 3746

Giumarra, John G., Jr., general counsel, Giumarra Vineyards Corp.,

Edison, Calif...

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STATEMENTS

Bianco, Anthony A., Jr., president, Bianco Fruit Corporation, Fresno,

Calif...

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Prepared statement-

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Giumarra, John G., Jr., general counsel, Giumarra Vineyards Corp.,

Edison, Calif....

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Prepared statement..

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Lemmon, Allen B., assistant director, California Department of Agricul-

ture, Sacramento, Calif.

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Prepared statement..

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Mizrahi, Lee, M.D., Woodville, Calif., prepared statement-

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Morley, Seldon, agricultural commissioner, County of Kern, Calif., pre-

pared statement...

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Porter, Paul, Ph. D., assistant director, Shell Development Research Co.,

Modesto, Calif.

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Prepared statement-

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Tunney, Hon. John V., a Representative in Congress from the State of

California, prepared statement..

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Affida vit:

Bozick, Michael, vice president of Richard Bagdasarian, Inc., and

Mr. Grape Vineyards, Inc., September 23, 1969.-

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Schulte, Eleanor Ñ., State of California, county of Kern, September
23, 1969

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Articles, publications, etc.:

"Aldrin Residue on Table Grapes," excerpts by Senator Murphy in

the Congressional Record, August 12, 1969.--

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"Behavioral and Electrophysiological Effects of Dieldrin in Sheep,'

by G. A. Van Gelder, D.V.M., Toxicology Section, Veterinary

Diagnostic Laboratory, Psychology Department, Iowa State

University, Ames, Iowa ---

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"Bioassay of Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals for Tumorigenicity in

Mice: A preliminary Note,” excerpt from The Journal of the Na-

tional Cancer Institute, June 1969---

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"Biological Effects of Pesticides in Mammalian Systems,” Summary of

Conference on, by Michael B. Shimkin, Health Sciences Center,
Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., May 2-5, 1967, New York
City, June 23, 1969-

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“Chemical Overkill Reduces Yields—Gets Blame As Hazard To

Health,” by Ron Taylor, from the Fresno Bee, December 29, 1969.. 3810
"Chemicals Ŭpsetting Nature's Balance? Authorities Differ," by Ron
Taylor, from the Fresno Bee, January 1, 1970.-

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Articles, publications, etc.-Continued

Grape Growers Refute Charges of Cesar Chavez on Pesticides,”

press release, September 29, 1969..
Grape-Doctoring Charge_Is Disclaimed by Murphy," by Michael

Green, from the Fresno Bee, October 1, 1969.
“Identification of the Aldrin Artifact,” J. R. Pearson, F. D. Aldrich,

and A. W. Stone, from Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, volume 15, No. 5, pages 938–939.“Identification of Unknown Compound," from Hornkohl Labora

tories, Inc., Bakersfield, Calif., September 2, 1969.“Man and 'DDT-Compounds," by Goran 'Lofroth, Stockholm,

Sweden ---"Memorandum on Pesticides,” published by Environmental Clearing

house, Inc., July 1969... “Murphy Retracts Accusations Against Union on Pesticides," by

Thomas J. Foley, from the Los Angeles Times, October 1, 1969.News release from the Office of Senator George Murphy, of California. Occupational Disease in California Attributed to Pesticides and

Other Agricultural Chemicals," from Bureau of Occupational Health, Department of Public Health, State of California “Pest and Disease Control Program for Grapes,” California Agricul

tural Experimental Extension Service, Division of Agricultural
Science, University of California..
Pesticide Concentrations in the Liver, Brain and Adipose Tissue of

Terminal Hospital Patients,” by J. L. Radomski, W. D. Deich-
mann, and E. E. Clizer, with the assistance of A. Rey, Department
of Pharmacology, The Research and Teaching Center of Toxicology/
Department of Pathology, University of Miami, School of Medicine,

Coral Gables, Fla..
"Pesticide Pollution,” from Consumer Union Reports, July 1969,
“Poisoning Threatens Hundreds: Field Hands Most Vulnerable,” by

Ron Taylor, from the Fresno Bee, December 31, 1969-“Remedial Steps Confirm Farm Chemical Hazard,” by Ron Taylor,

from the Fresno Bee, January 2, 1970.“Scientist Sees Interest Conflict In Salesman Acting As Consultant,"

by Ron Taylor, from the Fresno Bee, December 30, 1969. “Senator Murphy Retracts Pesticide Charges,” from The Bakerfield

Californian, September 30, 1969.---
"Some Health-Related Needs in Pesticide Investigations,” by S. W.

Simmons, Ph. D., Pesticides Program, Food and Drug Administra-
tion, Consumer Protection and Environmental Health Service,
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Atlanta, Ga.,

from Industrial Medicine, volume 38, No. 3, March 1969.-
“State Probers Find No Evidence of UFWOC Arson,” by Ron Fresno,

from the Fresno Bee, September 23, 1969-“What You Should Know About Pesticide Poisons on Grapes," from

Peggy McGivern, boycott representative, UFWOC-Delano... Communications to:

Brooks, Mrs. Wendy, Salud Clinic, Woodville, Calif., from Donald C.

Mengle, Research Specialist II,'Community Studies on Pesticides,
Health and Welfare Agency, Department of Public Health, State
of California, Berkeley, Calif., August 22, 1969.-
Chamberlain, Dr. Lowell, Health Officer, Tulare County Health De-

partment, Visalia, Calif., from Lee Mizrahi, M.D., Salud-Woodville,
Woodville, Calif., September 24, 1969, with enclosure-
Mondale, Hon. Walter F., a U.S. Senator from the State of Minnesota,

Chairman, Subcommittee on Migratory Labor, Washington, D.C.,
from Jerome Cohen, General Counsel, United Farm Workers,
Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO, Delano, Calif., October 21,

1969.
Murphy, Hon. George, a U.S. Senator from the State of California,

from Robert M. Howie, Agricultural Commissioner, Riverdale,

Calif., September 23, 1969..
Selected briefs.---
The Environmental Defense Fund, Inc., Irene Lopez, Elvira Garduno,

Kathy Radke, Marilyn Vittor, "Leigh Roycroft, and Juan Zamora,
Petitioners, v.' Robert H. Finch, Secretary, Health, Education, and
Welfare-Brief for Petitioners..

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