Alleged Threats to Influence Testimony Concerning the Administration's Farm Legislation: Hearing, Eighty-seventh Congress, First Session, August 15, 1961
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961 - 65페이지
Considers allegations that USDA officials made threats against various organizations, including the Georgia Cotton Warehouse and Compress Association and the Utah Cattlemen's Association, to prevent them from testifying against the Administration's omnibus farm legislation, S. 1643.
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actually affidavit afternoon Agriculture asked Assistant Association believe Boyce CAMPBELL cattle cattlemen CHAIRMAN CLEGG commissioner committee commodity concerning conference contacted conversation correct Counsel dean Department Department of Agriculture didn't discussion Duncan Dyar DYER effect EFFERSON Evans fact farm bill feel further Georgia give given going happened heard identify important increase indicated John June keep knowledge legislation Louisiana LOVELL MASSEY matter McMILLAN mean meeting ment minutes MURPHY National Cotton Council notes O'DONNELL operation opposed pass personally picked placed position poultry present president question Ralph rates recall received record referred regarding remember represent request Secretary Senator JACKSON Senator MUNDT statement subcommittee submitted sure sworn talked telephone call telephone conversation tell testify testimony thing thought threat tion Todd told true truth trying University warehouse industry Washington witness
2 페이지 - Ruth Y. Watt, chief clerk. The CHAIRMAN. The subcommittee will come to order. (Members of the subcommittee present at the convening of the session were Senators McClellan, Muskie, and Mundt.) The CHAIRMAN.
8 페이지 - Senate subcommittee will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God ? Sergeant SALERNO.
17 페이지 - I do not know for sure. Mr. MAHON. To some extent you are saying Secretary GATES. I am saying it is a very complicated matter. Mr. MAHON. I am not trying to put words in your mouth, but in a sense you are saying that while we want to be able to inflict massive retaliation, we want and we will have, or must have, more than a massive retaliation capability, and ideally we would like to be able to destroy all his military targets and launching bases in the event of war? What is your comment...
6 페이지 - ... served with it ever since ? — A. Yes. sir. Q. Were you with it at Brownsville? — A. Yes, sir. Senator FORAKER. I want to put in evidence in connection with this witness's testimony an affidavit that he made, found at page 165 of Senate Document 155, which I will read, and which I ask to be inserted in the record in full. The affidavit referred to is as follows : SAN ANTONIO, COUNTY OF BEXAR, The State of Texas, sg: Personally appeared before me.
2 페이지 - The committee will stand in recess until 2 o'clock. (Whereupon, at 12 :18 pm the subcommittee recessed, to reconvene at 2 pm the same day.) (Members present at time of recess: Senators McClellan and Curtis.) AFTERNOON SESSION (The subcommittee reconvened at 2 pm, Senator John L.
3 페이지 - Association. (The statement is as follows :) My name is CW McMillan. I am executive vice president of the American National Cattlemen's Association. Our association is composed of 37 affiliated State cattlemen's associations, more than 100 local, regional grazing and breed associations, and thousands of individual cattlemen throughout the Nation. We appreciate this opportunity to express our position and opinions on HR 5159 which would "authorize...
23 페이지 - ... public ranges. He further stated that he would welcome all of the beef imports that South America, New Zealand, and Australia care to send until the cattlemen get all the free enterprise they want.
2 페이지 - Let the committee stand in recess and we will reconvene at 2 : 30 in this room. (Whereupon, at 12 : 10 pm, the hearing recessed, to reconvene at 2 : 30 pm the same day.) AFTERNOON SESSION (Present: Representatives Kee (presiding), Knox, Reuss, and Lipscomb.) Mrs.