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and delivered to said growers through an order placed by me by Charles W. Arrants who was at said time district supervisor for Farm Security Administration; and that all such orders placed through me were not placed until after the said Charles W. Arrants told me that the loan for each of the said growers had approved and that the money to pay for such fertilizer was avaliable at that time. I relied upon the statements of the said Charles W. Arrants as being true and correct and had full faith and credit in his statements as a duly authorized agent of the Farm Security Administration. Had I not been told by the said Charles W. Arrants that the loans for the growers had been approved and that the money was available, I would not have requested the Growers Fertilizer Co. to deliver the said fertilizer; that in each instance I conveyed the information to the Growers Fertilizer Co. that the said Charles W. Arrants had told me that the loans had been approved and that the money was available for the payment of the fertilizers ordered out.

R. H. HOWELL.

STATEMENT OF M. G. Platt, West Palm BEACH, FLA. I, M. G. Platt, of West Palm Beach, Fla., am a farmer and, during the years 1937 and 1938, farmed in Palm Beach County, Fla.; that I secured fertilizers from the Farm Security Administration by loans made to me by said Administration; that said fertilizers were shipped and delivered to me by the Growers Fertilizer Co. of Fort Pierce, Fla., and that in many instances at the time Charles W. Arrants, who was district supervisor of the Farm Security Administration and who handled my application for loans to purchase fertilizer, advised me that said loans had been approved, the said Charles W. Arrants did then and there order the fertilizer delivered to me from the Growers Fertilizer Co.

M. G. PLATT.

STATEMENT OF J. Paul WARREN, OF JUPITER, FLA. I, J. Paul Warren, of Jupiter, Fla., am a farmer and, during the years 1937 and 1938, farmed in Palm Beach County, Fla!; that I secured fertilizers from the Farm Security Administration by loans made to me by said Administration; that said fertilizers were shipped and delivered to me by the Growers Fertilizer Co., of Fort Pierce, Fla.; and that in many instances at the time Charles W. Arrants, who was district supervisor of the Farm Security Administration, and who handled my application for loans to purchase fertilizer, advised me that said loans had been approved, the said Charles W. Arrants did then and there order the fertilizer delivered to me from the Growers Fertilizer Co.

J. PAUL WARREN.

STATEMENT OF David Hill, OF DEERFIELD, Fla.
I, David Hill, of Deerfield, Fla., am a farmer and, during the years 1937 and
1938, farmed in Broward County, Fla.; that I secured fertilizers from the Farm
Security Administration by loans made to me by said Administration; that said
fertilizers were shipped and delivered to me by the Growers Fertilizer Co., of
Fort Pierce, Fla.; and that in many instances at the time Charles W. Arrants,
who was district supervisor of the Farm Security Administration and who handled
my application for loans to purchase fertilizer, advised me that said loans had
been approved, the said Charles W. Arrants did then and there order the fertilizer
delivered to me from the Growers Fertilizer Co.

DAVID HILL.
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AUTHORIZING THE COMMITTEE ON MILITARY AFFAIRS TO STUDY THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR EFFORT

FEBRUARY 20, 1945.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. SABATH, from the Committee on Rules, submitted the following

REPORT

[To accompany H. Res. 20)

The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration House Resolution 20, report the same to the House with the recommendation that the resolution do pass.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVOS

79TH CONGRESS

18t Session

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REPORT No. 182

AUTHORIZING THE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE TO INVESTI. GATE THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF MARKETING, TRANSPORTATION, AND DISTRIBUTION OF FARM PRODUCTS

FEBRUARY 9, 1945.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. Bates of Kentucky, from the Committee on Rules, submitted

the following

REPORT

(To accompany H. Res. 54)

The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration House Resolution 54, report the same to the House with the recommendation that the resolution do pass.

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79TH CONGRESS | HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1st Session

CONTINUING THE INVESTIGATION BY THE COMMITTEE ON THE

MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES BEGUN UNDER HOUSE RESOLUTION 281, SEVENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS

FEBRUARY 20, 1945.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. John J. DELANEY, from the Committee on Rules, submitted the

following

REPORT

[To accompany H. Res. 38)

The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration House Resolution 38, report the same to the House with the recommendation that the resolution do pass.

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