Miscellaneous Bills: Hearing. Eighty-ninth Congress, Second Session. September 29, 1966
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Academy action active agency amended amount Armed Army assume authorized BABIONE benefits beverage purposes bill Chairman RUSSELL chapter charge chief civil service civilian instructors Colonel MAHON Colonel ROCKWELL committee conduct considered contract contractor correct cost dairy Department of Defense DEPUTY discharge effect employment establish Exemplary Rehabilitation Certificates fact Federal milk marketing fluid milk follows further given going Government honorable honorable discharge House included increase inserting issued legislation less light loss March ment milk for beverage milk marketing orders MILLER objection officer pass period person personnel present President price adjustments problem procurement of milk producer producer prices profit proposed quarters questions reason record regulated relief Representatives Reserve result risk Secretary of Agriculture Senator CANNON Senator INOUYE Senator SALTONSTALL Senator SYMINGTON Senator YOUNG situation sons statement suffer supply TEMPLE Thank United States Code veterans
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