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CLIFFORD R. HOPE, Kansas, Chrirman AUGUST H. ANDRESEN, Minnesota
HAROLD D. COOLEY, North Carolina WILLIAM S. HILL, Colorado
W, R. POAGE, Texas CHARLES B. HOEVEN, Iowa
GEORGE M. GRANT, Alabama SID SIMPSON, Illinois
E. C. GATHINGS, Arkansas ERNEST K. BRAMBLETT, California
JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina PAUL B. DAGUE, Pennsylvania
THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi RALPH HARVEY, Indiana
CARL ALBERT, Oklahoma HAROLD O. LOVRE, South Dakota
WATKINS M. ABBITT, Virginia PAGE BELCHER, Oklahoma
JAMES G. POLK, Ohio CLIFFORD G. MCINTIRE, Maine
PAT SUTTON, Tennessee JAMES S. GOLDEN, Kentucky
W. M. (DON) WHEELER, Georgia WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, New York
CLARK W. THOMPSON, Texas KARL C. KING, Pennsylvania
PAUL C. JONES, Missouri ROBERT D. HARRISON, Nebraska
A, S. (SYD) HERLONG, JR., Florida WILLIAM C. WAMPLER, Virginia
RESIDENT COMMISSIONER A. FERNÓS-ISERN, Puerto Rico
GEO. L. REID, Jr., Clerle
JOHN J. HEIMBURGER, Counsel
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Statement of
Page Atchison, Harry, Salem, Mich..
1399 Beach, B. F., Adrian, Mich.
1414 Bedell, Dan, international representative, UAW-CIO, region 3 (Indiana and Kentucky)-
1316 Biddle, Chester, Benton County, Ind..
1301 Calland, J. W., managing director, National Soybean Crop Improvement Council, Decatur, Ind...
1435 Carter, Urba, Gaston, Ind.
1386 Craig, Russell E., chairman, agriculture committee, Delphi, Ind.. 1395 Davis, C. Jerome, Harrison County, Ind..
1391 Dean, Lowin T., Williamsburg, Mich..
1407 Dellinger, Clark, Jeffersonville, Ind.
1321 Eby, Harry S., president, Indiana State Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors.
1387 Edwards, Neal, president, Indiana State CIO Council, Indianapolis, Ind...
1310 Gettinger, George, Sullivan, Ind.
1415 Grimes, David L., Fillmore, Ind.
1364 Guard, Samuel R., editor and owner, Breeder's Gazette, Spencer, Ind. 1323 Handley, Hon. Harold, Lieutenant Governor, State of Indiana
1268 Hardin, Clifford M., dean, School of Agriculture, Michigan State College
1270 Harvey, Hon. Ralph, a Representative in Congress from the State of Indiana
1265, 1267 Hood, J. M., Pierceton, Ind..
1392 Hope, Hon. Clifford R., a Representative in Congress from the State of Kansas
1265 Hudelson, S. R., Owensville, Ind.
1394 Ingold, Arthur J., Bliss Field, Mich.
1410 Jenkins, Floyd E., Kalaska, Mich.
1404 Johnson, William, Fairmount, Ind..
1421 Jones, George D., Jackson, Mich
1403 Jump, Frank, master, Indiana State Grange, Walton, Ind.
1319 Kleidinst, Clarence, Jasper, Mich.
1420 Krieger, Robert, Watervliet, Mich.,
1412 Leininger, Mrs. Lois E., Leesburg, Ind.
1323 Martin, S. P., Michigan Farmers Union, Stanton, Mich.
1401 Maystead, I. K., Osseo, Mich...
1411 Meier, Henry P., Mount Vernon, Ind.
1384 Meyer, Harry H., Crown Point, Ind.
1302 Meyers, Sylvester J., president, Board of Trade, Chicago, Ill.
1280 Minges, Frank, president, National Farmers Guild of Ohio.
1398 Murray, Rex E., Kewanna, Ind
1367 Phillips, Paul E., Hazelton, Ind.
1394 Pickell, Mark W., secretary, Corn Belt Livestock Feeders Association.. 1283 Raber, John, chairman, Indiana Farmers Union..
1369 Reed, Harry, dean and director, School of Agriculture, Purdue University
1268 Russell, Orville C., Muncie, Ind.
1296 Schenck, Hassil E., president, Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc.
1272 Schermerhorn, Joe, Warwaka, Ind..
1299 Schroeder, Harold, secretary, Local 813, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, Grandview, Ind.
1309 Spoelman, John, Charlevoix, Mich
1402 Waltz, Ralph H., president, Indiana Swine Breeders' Association, Wayne County, Ind.
1415 Statement by-Continued
Page Welch, Frank J., dean and director, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky--
1421 White, Howard, New Castle, Ind..
1278 Winburn, David, president, Local 118, United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, Richmond, Ind..
1307 Additional data submitted to the committee:
A national program for the dairy industry, recommended by the
1304 Armstrong, C. D., St. Paul, Ind., letter to Committee on Agriculture.. 1383 An open letter to Secretary Benson-Could farmers themselves take over price insurance?—From Samuel R. Guard, April 10, 1953. 1361 Average prices received by farmers for livestock, feed, and wool, August 15, 1953, with comparisons (table)
1363 Effective parity prices for livestock, feed, and wool (tables)
1363 An outline of the Brandt plan --
1330 Brown, Wendell P., Shelbyville, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953. 1374 Cole, Ray C., Albion, Ind., letter of October 16, 1953.
1383 Carmony, Gerald, letter to Committee on Agriculture
1381 Chowning, Gus, Jr., Fairbanks, Ind., letter to Committee on Agriculture..
1376 Clawson, Marion, Eaton, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953.
1374 Crooks, Ora E., Waterloo, Ind., letter of October 16, 1953
1383 Ehman, John F., Atlanta, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953.
1381 Elliott, Lafayette and Corinne, Eaton, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953, to Hon. Ralph Harvey
1375 Federal Crop Insurance Act, as amended
1354 Gaines, Ed, Shelbyville, Ind., letter to Hon. Ralph Harvey
1372 Garber, Pliny D., Peru, Ind., letter to the Committee on Agriculture 1380 Jones, William M., Fairmont, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953. 1379 Judy, Ray H., Cambridge City, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953_ 1377 Kunkle, Olin, Peru, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953.
1377 Lees, A. R., letter to Committee on Agriculture
1380 Long, Burton W., Muncie, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953, to Hon. Ralph Harvey
1376 Pierce, Miles H., Eaton, Ind., letter of October 18, 1953
1375 Pray, Carl C., Hudson, Ind., letter of October 19, 1953.
1378 Price Insurance, article by George Barr, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Arizona
1339 Ray, Mrs. Catherine, Boggstown, Ind., letter of October 17, 1953, to Hon. Ralph Harvey -
1373 Ray, Clifford A., Boggstown, Ind., letter of October 18, 1953, to Hon. Ralph Harvey
1374 Reidenbach, Edward C., Albion, Ind., letter of October 16, 1953. 1383 Report to Congress-Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, 1952 1341 Sam Gaurd's Roundup, editorial from Breeder's Gazette -- American Livestock Journal, November 1953. -
1328 Statements on 12 farm policy issues, prepared by Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Kentucky
1422 1. World peace
1422 2. The voice of agriculture.
1423 3. General price level
1424 4. Farm-income stability and improvement
1425 5. Federal budget
1427 6. Production and market adjustments
1428 7. Role of Government.-
1429 8. Conservation and improvement of farm resources.
1430 9. Free-choice system.-
1431 10. Capital needs of agriculture
1432 11. Labor-management relations
1433 12. Two-way trade or aid.
1434 Theobold, Esta W., letter to Committee on Agriculture.
1382 Towns, Mrs. Lettie, Shelbyville, Ind., letter of October 18, 1953, to Hon. Ralph Harvey
1374 Vance, McKinley, Washington, Ind., telegram to Hon. Ralph Harvey - 1393 Why America Needs Defense Food Reserves, article by John Raber,
chairman, Indiana Farmers Union Organization Committee, August
LONG RANGE FARM PROGRAM
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1953
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Indianapolis, Ind. The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:30 a. m., Hon. Clifford R. Hope (chairman) presiding.
Present: Representatives Hope (presiding), Harvey, Dague, Lovre, Belcher, McIntire, Harrison, Poage, Abernethy, Albert, and Polk.
Also present: Senator Cooper of Kentucky and Representatives Cecil M. Harden and Charles A. Halleck, of Indiana.
STATEMENT OF HON. RALPH HARVEY, A REPRESENTATIVE IN
CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF INDIANA
Mr. HARVEY. Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. It is certainly a great privilege for the House Committee on Agriculture to have this group of Indiana farmers and farmers' wives here with us today. I am Congressman Harvey, a member of the House Agriculture Committee, from Indiana. We have with us this morning quite a delegation of the committee.
I am going to introduce them to you first of all so that you will know who they are, and the State from which they come. I believe most of them have nameplates before them so that you can positively identify them for future reference.
I do want to introduce first of all one of our Indiana delegates who is also majority leader, our own Hoosier, Charlie Halleck. We are very happy that you could be with us here today, Charlie. I will introduce our members now, and I will skip our chairman, if I may, for the present.
First, W. R. Poage, of Texas; Jim Polk, of Ohio; Bob Harrison, of Nebraska ; Carl Albert, from Oklahoma; Cliff McIntire, from Maine; Tom Abernethy, from Mississippi; Page Belcher, from Oklahoma: Harold Lovre, from South Dakota.
Now I would like to introduce the chairman, Cliff Hope, from Kansas.
STATEMENT OF HON. CLIFFORD R. HOPE, A REPRESENTATIVE IN
CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF KANSAS
The CHAIRMAN. Ralph, Charlie, and distinguished visitors and friends: My remarks are going to be very brief because this committee is here to listen, rather than to talk, but I think it may be apropos if I should just briefly outline the things the committee had in mind in holding this series of hearings.