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SUBCOMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC MARKETING

AND CONSUMER RELATIONS,
L. S. Conores: Horne

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

OF THE

NINETY-FIRST CONGRESS

SECOND SESSION

ON

H.R. 9736, H.R. 9737, H.R. 10545 and S. 1456;
H.R. 13978 and H.R. 14744; H.R. 682 and S.
2642; H.R. 2387 and H.R. 11531; H.R. 11089,
H.R. 11200 and S. 2484; H.R. 15842 and S.

1862; H.R. 18272 and H.R. 18560

JUNE 15, 24, 29, JULY 27, AND AUGUST 3, 1970

Serial EE

Printed for the use of the Committee on Agriculture

12-608RO/

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1970

-48-940

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE

W. R. POAGE, Texas, Chairman JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina,

PAGE BELCHER, Oklahoma, Vice Chairman

Ranking Minority Member THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi

CHARLES M. TEAGUE, California WATKINS M. ABBITT, Virginia

MRS. CATHERINE MAY, Washington FRANK A. STUBBLEFIELD, Kentucky WILLIAM C. WAMPLER, Virginia GRAHAM PURCELL, Texas

GEORGE A. GOODLING, Pennsylvania MASTON O'NEAL, Georgia

CLARENCE E. MILLER, Ohio THOMAS S. FOLEY, Washington

ROBERT B. MATHIAS, California ELIGIO DE LA GARZA, Texas

WILEY MAYNE, Iowa JOSEPH P. VIGORITO, Pennsylvania

JOHN M. ZWACH, Minnesota WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina

THOMAS S. KLEPPE, North Dakota G. V. MONTGOMERY, Mississippi

ROBERT D. PRICE, Texas B. F. SISK, California

JOHN T. MYERS, Indiana BILL ALEXANDER, Arkansas

KEITH SEBELIUS, Kansas BILL D. BURLISON, Missouri

MARTIN B. McKNEALLY, New York ALLARD K. LOWENSTEIN, New York WILMER D. MIZELL, North Carolina JOHN R. RARICK, Louisiana ED JONES, Tennessee

JORGE L. CORDOVA, Puerto Rico,
JOHN MELCHER, Montana

Resident Commissioner
Mrs. CHRISTINE S. GALLAGHER, Chief Clerk

LACEY C. SHARP, General Counsel
HYDE H. MURRAY, Associate Counsel

L. T. EASLEY, Staff Consultant

SUBCOMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC MARKETING AND CONSUMER RELATIONS

THOMAS S. FOLEY, Washington, Chairman JOSEPH P. VIGORITO, Pennsylvania

MRS. CATHERINE MAY, Washington B. F. SISK, California

GEORGE A. GOODLING, Pennsylvania ED JONES, Tennessee

JOHN T. MYERS, Indiana

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H.R. 682, a bill to amend section 8e of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of

1933, as amended, as reenacted and amended by the Agricultural Market-

ing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, and as amended by the Agri-

cultural Act of 1961, so as to provide for the extension of the restrictions

on imported commodities imposed by such section to imported olives.-

H.R. 2387, a bill to amend section 8e of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of

1933, as amended, as reenacted and amended by the Agricultural

Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, and as amended by the

Agricultural Act of 1961, so as to provide for the extension of the re-

strictions on imported commodities imposed by such section to imported

raisins.

H.R. 9736, a bill to amend sections 2(3) and 80(6)(I) of the Agricultural

Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, so as to permit marketing

orders applicable to apples to provide for paid advertising -

H.R. 9737, a bill to amend section 8c(2)(A) of the Agricultural Marketing

Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, so as to include Colorado, Utah,

New Mexico, Illinois, and Ohio among the specified States which are

eligible to participate in marketing agreement and order programs

with respect to apples.

H.R. 11089, a bill to amend the Agricultural Agreement Act of 1937 to

authorize marketing agreements providing for the advertising of Hawai-

ian papayas.

H.R. 11531, a bill to amend section 8e of the Agricultural Adjustment Act

of 1933, as amended, as reenacted and amended by the Agricultura

Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, and as amended by the

Agricultural Act of 1961, so as to provide for the extension of the restric-

tions on imported commodities imposed by such section to imported

raisins and prunes.

H.R. 13978, a bill to amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, as

amended, and reenacted and amended by the Agricultural Marketing
Act of 1937, as amended, to authorize marketing research and promotion

projects including paid advertising for almonds..

H.R. 15842, a bill to amend section 8c(6)(I) of the Agricultural Marketing

Agreement Act of 1937 to permit projects for paid advertising under

marketing orders applicable to tomatoes.--

H.R. 18272, a bill to add California-grown peaches as a commodity eligible

for any form of promotion, including paid advertising, under a marketing

order.

H.R. 18560, a bill to amend section 8c(6)(I) of the Agricultural Marketing

Agreement Act of 1937 to permit projects for paid advertising under

marketing orders applicable to lettuce--

Statement of:

Barserian, Kalem H., general manager, Raisin Bargaining Associa-

tion..

Berry, R. N., executive vice president, New York & New England

Apple Institute --
Camou, John M., assistant to the president, California Almond

Growers Exchange-
Conte, Hon. Silvio 0., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Massachusetts..
Corey, Fred P., executive vice president, National Apple Institute -
David, Joffre C., secretary-treasurer, Florida Fruit & Vegetable

Association.
DFA of California.
Egge, George V., Jr., attorney, on behalf of Acemesa, the Spanish

Olive Exporters Association.

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