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Statement of-

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Baldrige, H. Malcolm, representative, United States Cane Sugar

Refineries Association, Washington, D. C----

68, 209

Bourg, Clarence .J., on behalf of American Sugarcane League and
Farmers and Manufacturers Beet Sugar Association.-

130
Creed, Joseph M., in behalf of American Bakers Association.

132
Dice, George A., head of sugar rationing, OTC, accompanied by Carl A.

Auerbach, general counsel, OPA, OTC, Washington, D. C-- 24, 85, 177, 191

Doyle, J. J., coordinator, Seven-up operations of Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio. 179

Haymes, P. L., president, United Milk Products Co., Cleveland, Ohio--

Hibben, Robert C., executive secretary, International Association of

Ice Cream Manufacturers, Washington, D. Cc-----

117

Holman, Charles W., secretary, National Cooperative Milk Producers
Federation, Washington, D. C----

183

Joyce, John M., II, Joyce Seven-up Bottling Co., New Rochelle, N. Y.- 172

Kenny, John E., coordinator, Joyce Seven-up, Chicago, Ill---

180

Linville, Francis A., Assistant Chief, International Resources Division,

Department of State, accompanied by Mrs. Jean Mulliken-- 35, 121

Mac Walter S., president of Pepsi-Cola Co., Long Island City, N. Y 153, 248
Marshall, James H., Director, Sugar Branch, Department of Agricul-
ture, Washington, D. C---

3, 167, 237
McMillan, C. M., executive secretary, National Candy Wholesalers
Association, Inc., Washington, D. C.

136
Murray, William E., representing Palm Beach Coca-Cola Co., West
Palm Beach, Fla--

145

Overman, Loring, American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, Wash-

ington, D. C-

220

Peyton, Gordon P., counsel for the Association of Cocoa and Chocolate

Manufacturers of the United States_--.

127

Shields, Robert H., executive vice president and general counsel, United

States Beet Sugar Association --

134

Smart, Miss Elizabeth A., National Women's Christian Temperance

Union, Washington, D. C---

143

Smith, Harold O., Jr., representative, National Confectioners' Associ-

ation of the United States, Inc.-

123, 229

Ward, Ralph H., president, Drake Bakeries, Inc., New York, N. Y.--- 91

Wilson, Earl B., president, California-Hawaiian Sugar Refining Corp.,

San Francisco, Calif.-

244

Statements, letters, telegrams, exhibits, etc., submitted for the record

American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, letter by John J. Riley-- 139

American Royal Candies, Inc., letter..

272

Associated Beverage, Bakery, and Ice Cream Manufacturers, article

on Sugar Shortage-You Can End It---

257

Associated Grocery Manufacturers of America, statement-

142
Associated Retail Bakers of America, letter-

141
Baldrige, H. Malcolm, attorney for United States Cane Sugar Refiners'
Association, statement---

78
Barkley, Hon. Alben W., letter read by Mr. Mack_

154 .
Bowen's Inc., letter to Senate Banking and Currency Committee, also
Chicago Daily Tribune article on Truman's Sugar Sell-Out---

254

Buckley & Danzansky, counsel for the National Wine Association, state-

ment

259

Coco-Cola Co., of Wilmington, Del., telegram by H. B. Oehlert, Jr.- 221
Cuban sugar crops purchase and sale contracts..

37
Department of Agriculture, letter to Hon. Charles W. Tobey --- 252

UI

257,

Statements, letters, telegrams, exhibits, etc.—Continued

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Department of Agriculture press release on sugar.--

20

Donahue, Thomas M., letter to Senator Wiley, also joint resolution
from the State of Wisconsin--

271
Dr. Pepper Co., Dallas, Tex., telegram by S. M. Leftwich-

221
Fairmont Creamery Co., Omaha, letter-

263

Fleming, Gen. Philip B., letter--

Food Industry Council, analysis on world situation on sugar, with

statistical tables 1-16_-

92

Hill, Ralph H., telegram to Senator Lodge_

271
Hottinger, William A., Jr., letters to committee, also articles from
Chicago Tribune and Chicago Daily News-

253, 267
International Emergency Food Council recommends world sugar alloca-
tions for 1947, also table_

13

Interstate Creamery Co. Inc., letter-

138

Iowa, State of, Senate Concurrent Resolution 6, by general assembly-- 182
Life Savers Corp., Port Chester, N. Y., letter.

264

Letter read by Senator McCarthy-

177

Lodge, Hon. Henry Cabot, letter to Senator Tobey.

271

Minford & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y., statement_

265

McDonald, Mrs. J. G., Co., letter__

263

Quinn, Arthur L., letter to Senator Flanders---

262

Raw-sugar supplies available to the United States, chart_.

162

Riley, John J., communications from various bottling companies_

222

Senate Joint Resolution 58, committee print..

1

Seven-up Co., statement by John T. Tabor---

140

Smith, Harold 0., Jr., two letters to Senator Flanders_

266
Sugar-containing products, list by Agriculture Department.

162
Telegrams endorsing position of National Cooperative Milk Producers
Association, inserted by Charles W. Holman -

185
Truman, Hon. Harry S., then Senator of United States, letter from Col.

Bryan Houston, Deputy Administrator in Charge of Rationing--- 201

Truman, President, Harry S., letter to Col. Bryan Houston, read by Mr.

Mack..

154

Unrationed sweeteners in a decontrolled sugar economy, Dyergrams- 254

Wilson, Earl B., questions answered by, on sugar.-

SUGAR CONTROL

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1947

UNITED STATES SENATE,
SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE COMMITTEE ON

BANKING AND CURRENCY,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met at 10 a. m., pursuant to call, in room 303, Senate Office Building, Senator Flanders, chairman of the subcommittee, presiding.

Present: Senators Flanders (chairman of the subcommittee), Bricker, McCarthy, Maybank, and Sparkman.

Senator FLANDERS. The meeting will please come to order.
Is Mr. Marshall here from the Department of Agriculture?
Will you take the chair up here?

This is a hearing on Senate Joint Resolution 58, whosé principal provisions are that sugar rationing and price control is extended to March 31, 1948.

It provides for a review of the situation as of October 15, this year, to see whether the control beyond that point can be justified, and the report has to be given to the Congress on that date on that subject.

It also changes the enforcement of price control from OPA to the Department of Agriculture.

There are some other provisions in the resolution, but those are the most important elements of it.

The resolution will be inserted in the record at this point. (S. J. Res. 58 is as follows:)

[Committee print, February 27, 1947]

[S. J. Res. 58, 80th Cong., 1st sess.)
[Omit the part in black brackets and insert the part printed in italic)

JOINT RESOLUTION To extend the powers and authorities under certain statutes with

respect to the distribution and pricing of sugar, and for other purposes Whereas the war has resulted in an acute shortage of sugar to an extent which is impairing the reconyersion of the national economy from war to peace; and

Whereas it is in the interest of national defense and security to effectuate an orderly distribution of sugar at reasonable prices in order to prevent profiteering, hoarding, market manipulation, and speculation in sugar and waste or spoilage of perishable agricultural commodities and to prevent or eliminate other disruptive practices arising out of the scarcity of sugar: Therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, notwithstanding any other provisions of law (1), the Emergency Price Control Act of 1942 (56 Stat. 23); the Stabilization Act of 1942 (56 Stat. 765); title III and title XIV of the Second War Powers

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