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H. R. 9518, H. R. 9519, H. R. 9532, H. R. 9535,
H. R. 10049, H. R. 10192, and H. R. 10567
COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
W. R. POAGE, Texas, Vice Chairman
WILLIAM S. HILL, Colorado E. C. GATHINGS, Arkansas
CHARLES B. HOEVEN, Iowa JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina
SID SIMPSON, Mlinois THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi PAUL B. DAGUE, Pennsylvania CARL ALBERT, Oklahoma
RALPH HARVEY, Indiana WATKINS M. ABBITT, Virginia
PAGE BELCHER, Oklahoma JAMES G, POLK, Ohio
CLIFFORD G. MCINTIRE, Maine CLARK W. THOMPSON, Texas
WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, New York PAUL C. JONES, Missouri
ROBERT D. HARRISON, Nebraska JOHN C. WATTS, Kentucky
HENRY ALDOUS DIXON, Utah HARLAN HAGEN, California
WINT SMITH, Kansas LESTER R. JOHNSON, Wisconsin
OTTO KRUEGER, North Dakota VICTOR L. ANFUSO, New York
CHARLES M. TEAGUE, California ROSS BASS, Tennessee
DONALD E. TEWES, Wisconsin COYA KNUTSON, Minnesota
ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota W. PAT JENNINGS, Virginia
E. L. BARTLETT, Alaska
A. FERNÓS-ISERN, Puerto Rico
SUBCOMMITTEE ON LIVESTOCK AND FEED GRAINS
W. R. POAGE, Texas, Chairman OARL ALBERT, Oklahoma
CHARLES B. HOEVEN, Iowa W. PAT JENNINGS, Virginia
RALPH HARVEY, Indiana D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS, Florida
SID SIMPSON, Mlinois JOHN A. BURNS, Hawaii
Budge, Hon. Hamer H., a Representative in Congress from the State
Fisher, Hon. 0. C., a Representative in Congress from the 21st Dis-
Pfost, Hon. Gracie, a Representative in Congress from the State of
Porter, Hon. Charles O., Washington, D. C., letter of May 19,
EXTEND NATIONAL WOOL ACT OF 1954
TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1958
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met pursuant to notice at 10 a. m., in room 1310, New House Office Building, Hon. W. R. Poage (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.
Present: Representatives Poage, Jennings, Matthews, Hill, Harvey, and Simpson.
Also present: Representatives Hagen, Johnson, McIntire, Dixon, Quie, Harrison, and Fisher.
Mabel C. Downey, clerk.
Mr. POAGE. We are meeting here this morning to further consider the wool situation.
I see we have several Members of Congress here whom I presume wish to discuss the wool bill.
We would be glad to hear from any of you.
STATEMENT OF HON. WAYNE ASPINALL, A REPRESENTATIVE
IN CONGRESS OF THE FOURTH DISTRICT FROM THE STATE OF COLORADO
Mr. ASPINALL. Mr. Chairman, I would ask permission to have my statement filed as if read, and then I will speak but just a moment to the bill.
Mr. PoAGE. We will be glad to proceed that way, and without objection your statement will be made a part of the record.
Mr. AsPINALL. Mr. Chairman, I am happy to appear before you today in behalf of a measure which I introduced in the Congress last summer to extend the provisions of the National Wool Act beyond its present expiration date of March 31, 1959.
I introduced this bill, first of all, because of its great importance to my own district of western Colorado. I also introduced this bill because it is a measure which is vital not only to the entire State of Colorado but because of its benefits to all of the Nation as well.
There are about 1,200,000 stock sheep in the State of Colorado. A large percentage of these harvest the natural grass resources of the