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Statement of_Continued

Pago
Murphy, Hon. Charles S., Under Secretary of Agriculture-

19
Nichols, William F., chairman, Alabama Legislative Cotton Study
Committee, Sylacauga, Ala.--

174
Perkins, T. M., Western Cotton Shippers Association, Fresno, Calif... 158
Ransom, Paul, chairman, Cotton Advisory Committee, Louisiana
Farm Bureau Federation, Monroe, La..

139
Reynolds, John Arthur, executive vice president, Western Cotton
Growers Association of California, Fresno, Calif.,

306
Rhodes, F. Marion, president, New York Cotton Exchange, New York,
N.Y.

47
Ruffin, William H., president, American Textile Manufacturers
Institute, Durham, N.C.

231
Sayre, Charles R., president and general manager, Staple Cotton

Cooperative Association and the Staple Cotton Discount Corp.,
Greenwood, Miss.-

287
Sheely, Joe A., president, Arizona Cotton Growers Association,
Peoria, Ariz.

276
Smith, Wilmer, Plains Cotton Growers, Lubbock, Tex_-

212
Sparkman, Hon. John, a U.S. Senator from the State of Alabama.- 185
Susie, Paul J., president, South Atlantic Cotton Warehouse Associa-
tion, Columbia, S.C..

279
Symington, Hon. Stuart, a U.S. Senator from the State of Missouri.. 103
Talmadge, Hon. Herman E., a U.S. Senator from the State of Georgia. 8
Weil, Robert S., president, American Cotton Shippers Association,
Montgomery, Ala..

149
Williamson, R. W., vice president, Texas Cotton Association, Dallas,

Tex.; also representing the Lubbock_Cotton Exchange, Houston
Cotton Exchange, and Dallas Cotton Exchange --

157

Miscellaneous documents:

S. 608, 88th Congress..

1

S. 1190, 88th Congress.

3

S. 1458, 88th Congress.

6

S. 1511, 88th Congress.

7

Table, subsidy costs under S. 1190.

13

Table, costs under various proposals as estimated by the Department

of Agriculture.

24

Table, major elements of CCC costs under various proposals.---

25

Table, mill consumption of cotton and manmade fibers...-

36

Statement filed by John W. Edelman, Washington representative,

Textile Workers Union of America...

55

Table, domestic consumption of fibers----

67

Table, carryover and distribution of upland cotton.

68

Table, harvested acreage of cotton by regions.--

68

Recommendations of cottongrowers group at Atlanta, Ga., January
7, 1963.--

90

Recommendations adopted by American Cotton Producers Associates

at Memphis, Tenn., January 8, 1963---

90

Recommendations of Southwest Five-State Cotton Growers Associa-

tion, Phoenix, Ariz., January 9, 1963.--

91

Beltwide agreement at grower representatives meeting, Memphis,

Tenn., January 12, 1963.

91

General recommendations of National Cotton Advisory Committee,

Washington, January 14, 1963 - -

92

Table, 1961 upland cotton acreage allotments by size and State.

93

Chart, U.S. cotton off-take-

107

Chart, fiber consumption by U.S. textile industry

108

Chart, rayons percentage of fiber consumed on cotton system.-

110

Charts, cotton share of end uses.-

112, 113

Chart, free foreign world cotton production and consumption.

114

Chart, free foreign cotton acreage.

116

Chart, U.S. cotton export price--

117

Chart, cotton in manufactured imports...

118

Table, losses and production costs attributable to insects and related

arthropods---

125

Bibliography on cotton production costs--

126

Table, reduction in yield caused by the major cotton diseases.

127

HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY

UNITED STATES SENATE

EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

ON

S. 608, S. 1190, S. 1458, and S. 1511 BILLS RELATING TO COTTON PRICE SUPPORTS, ACREAGE ALLOTMENTS, PRODUCTION PAYMENTS, DOMESTIC CON

SUMPTION, EXPORTS, AND RESEARCH

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