Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Bill, 1955: Hearings Before Subcommittees of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, First Session

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1955 - 149페이지

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63 페이지 - Export or cause to be exported, or aid in the development of foreign markets for, agricultural commodities.
72 페이지 - The act declares it to be the policy of Congress "to expand international trade among the United States and friendly nations, to facilitate the convertibility of currency, to promote the economic stability of American agriculture and the national welfare, to make maximum efficient use of surplus agricultural commodities in furtherance of the foreign policy of the United States...
73 페이지 - (a) take reasonable precautions to safeguard usual marketings of the United States and. to assure that sales under this Act will not unduly disrupt world prices...
73 페이지 - to assist the agencies concerned in bringing into harmonious action, consistent with the overall policy objectives of the Government, the various agricultural disposal activities vested in them by, or assigned to them pursuant to, the act." It was directed that the committee should be composed of a representative of the White House Office as Chairman and one representative of each Government department or agency designated by the Chairman. The Chairman was made responsible for advising the President...
73 페이지 - The President may authorize the transfer on a grant basis of surplus agricultural commodities from Commodity Credit Corporation stocks to assist programs undertaken with friendly governments or through voluntary relief agencies...
72 페이지 - Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954". SEC. 2. It is hereby declared to re the policy of Congress to expand international trade among the United States and friendly nations, to facilitate the convertibility of currency, to promote the economic stability of American agriculture and the national welfare, to make maximum efficient use of surplus agricultural commodities in furtherance of the foreign policy of the United States...
98 페이지 - Currently participating agencies are American Friends of Austrian Children, American Friends Service Committee, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, American Mission to Greeks Assemblies of God — Foreign Service Committee, CARE, Church World Service, International Rescue Committee, Iran Foundation, Lutheran World Relief, Mennonite Central Committee, Tolstoy Foundation, Unitarian Service Committee, United Lithuanian Relief Fund of America, United Nations Children's Fund and War Relief Services....
42 페이지 - COMMUNICATION FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TRANSMITTING A DRAFT OF A PROPOSED PROVISION PERTAINING TO THE FISCAL YEAR 1955 FOB THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE WHITE HOUSE, Washington, March 7, 1955.
72 페이지 - President's message on this subject. (The message is as follows :) To the Congress of the United States: I transmit herewith...
63 페이지 - HJ Heinz, and others equally successful, such policy costs the United States $700,000 a day for storage, deprives American railroads of transportation equal to 100 transcontinental freight trains each day for a year, deprives American shipping of the equivalent of the dispatch of 10 oceangoing freighters every day for a year, not to mention the loss of labor and the effect on agriculture itself, now being cut back to absorb surplus commodities.

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