A Review of the Administration by the U.S. Department of Agriculture of the Special Milk and School Lunch Programs: Hearing, Eighty-ninth Congress, Second Session. February 18, 1966
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966 - School children - 27 pages
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$21 million 2.5 billion half 36 percent 50 cents 500 million pounds 75 percent additional milk afford to pay ALEC G assistance average Bakersfield basic billion half pints Budget Bureau cash cents per lunch cents per meal Chairman child Commodity Credit Corporation Congress Congressman Hagen Congressman Quie consumed in schools Consumer and Marketing consumption of milk cost dairy farmer dairy products DAVIS effect extra milk Federal Government going gram HARLAN HAGEN hearing hot lunch Marketing Service means test milk available milk consumed milk for children national school lunch needy children unable number of schools nutritional OLSON PAGE BELCHER PAUL FINDLEY pay for milk pint of milk poor kids proposal question reduced price reim reimbursed school lunch program school milk program school system schoolchildren section 32 special milk program special school milk statement talking U.S. DEPARTMENT unable to pay VANNEMAN