CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 44

Box 45:  Tariff Commission (1963) - Agriculture (1964).

F 1 Tariff Commission (1963).

Correspondence: re:  Importation of Japanese Steel products.

F 2 Treasury, Department of the (1963).

Correspondence: re:  Assistance Secretary of the Treasury; Application for a National Banking Charter; Organizing a federal savings and loan association; Security for U.S. Presidents.

F 3 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Customs, Bureau of.

Correspondence: re:  Duty-free gifts sent from foreign countries.

F 4 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Coast Guard.

Correspondence: re:  Coast Guard jurisdiction over Grand Lake; Study of Coast Guard roles and missions.

F 5 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Comptroller of the Currency.  Misc. Banks.

a. Correspondence: re:  National Bank in Sallisaw, Oklahoma/Tulsa, Oklahoma; National bank charter in Watonga, Oklahoma; Application for Founders National Bank in Oklahoma, Oklahoma; approval to application for new bank in Oklahoma City; Charter for First National Bank of Temple.

b. Balance sheet: re:  Sallisaw State Bank.

F 6 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Comptroller of the Currency.  Ardmore Bank.

a. Correspondence: re:  Application for a charter for a third national bank in Ardmore; Applications filed by L.A. Fischl and John W. Grissom for an Ardmore Bank.

b. News article: re:  Two groups bid for banks in Ardmore.

F 7 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Comptroller of the Currency.  Hugo Bank.

a. Correspondence: re:  Community National Bank of Hugo; Opposition to granting of charters to banks in Hugo and Choctaw.

b. Report: re:  loans and deposits for Security First National Bank in Hugo.

c. Pamphlet: re:  Statement of condition/Security National Bank in Hugo, Oklahoma; Indian Trading Post of Hugo.

F 8 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Comptroller of the Currency.  McAlester Bank.

a. Correspondence: re:  Application for charter for bank in Lawton; Franklin National Bank Survey; Seeking to obtain a national charter for a third bank in the City of McAlester.

b. Survey: re:  rapid expansion of banks.

c. News article: re:  comptroller James J. Saxon.

F 9 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Comptroller/Currency.  Southern Hills National Bank, Tulsa

a. Correspondence: re:  Southern Hills National Bank, Tulsa, sought help from Comptroller regarding excessive work load and the large number of accounts which had been open.

b. Financial statement: re:  resources and liabilities.

F10 Treasury, Department of the (1963).  Internal Revenue Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  Regulations covering business expenses; Merger of New York and Boston Regional Offices; Gross income gain realized from the condemnation of certain property by the U.S; Proposed amendment to the "convenience to the employer" rule; Deductibility of contributions of property, other than money, to charitable organizations.

b. Document: re:  charitable contributions and gifts; allowance of deductions.

F11 U.S.I.A. (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  University of Missouri's baton twirler; Voice of America; Countering Soviet propaganda.

b. News article: re:  propaganda report/ U.S.I.A. needed cash.

c. Postcard: re:  Noboribeus National Park, Japan.

F12 Veterans Administration (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Requiring burial contractors to incorporate an anti-racial provision in the contract; W.W. II. war memorial; Service-connected pension bills; Bill to create a National Cemetery at Fort Reno; Application for V.A. benefits; Move to V.A. regional office to Oklahoma City from Muskogee .

b. Bill: re:  service connected disabilities and compensation.

c. Application: re:  V.A. Dependency and indemnity compensation.

d. Editorial: re:  V.A. hospital air conditioning.

e. Act: re:  Rates of dependency and indemnity compensation payable to children and parents of dead veteran; Independent medical opinions.

F13 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  General Correspondence.

a. Correspondence: re:  President Johnson's State of the Union message; Grants for Home Economics for Oklahoma State Colleges; Scientific farming the Philippines; Foot and mouth disease; Southwest Fertilizer Conference; Johnson case; Dumping CCC wheat and closing of New Orleans Cotton Exchange.

b. Telegram: re:  Carl Albert assistance in a problem with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

c. Pamphlet: re:  Sociological adjustments in Great Plains agriculture.

F14 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  General (Data).

a. Correspondence: re:  Work measurement systems.

b. Summary: re:  Beef purchases; Peace agreement with Chile.; Frozen cut-up chickens for school lunch; U.S.D.A. bought process cheese; Requests offers for rolled wheat for donation; U.S.D.A. bought dry edible beans for domestic donation.

c. News release: re:  Dry edible bean support price; Oak wilt; Eight States received higher loan values for l964 crop sorghum.

d. Fact sheet: re:  Agricultural Market News Service. 

e. Pamphlet: re:  Centennial year of the U.S. Department of Agriculture; Work measurement.

f. Newsletter: re:  U.S.D.A. activity during the fall of a presidential election year.

F15 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agricultural Stabilization/Conservation Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  l962 Agricultural conservation program; Cotton legislation; Allocation of Agricultural Conservation program fund; Sale of U.S.D.A. grain at 50% of parity.

b. News article: re:  county eligible for aid in buying grain.

c. List: re:  ASC county and community committeemen.

d. Tabulation: re:  l964 Wheat program.

e. Report: re:  Revised Agricultural Conservation program.

F16 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Agricultural Stabilization/Conservation Service (Drought).

a. Correspondence: re:  Emergency livestock feed program in Oklahoma; Grazing and haying acres diverted under U.S.D.A. program.

b. Joint statement: re:  30-day extension of haying and grazing privileges.

c. Telegram: re:  29 Oklahoma Counties which received cost -sharing emergency conservation assistance.

d. Map: re:  Oklahoma -  LFP grains, grazing, and haying; Oklahoma - Loading orders issued, and cars ordered/received.

F17 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle.

a. Correspondence: re:  Screw worm eradication program; Mutton and lamb market situation; Cuttability grade for beef; Governments financial participation in the Livestock Marketing New Service at Tulsa and Ft. Smith; Emergency Livestock Feed Program.

b. Release: re:  Advisory committee on cattle.

c. Amendment: re:  Importation of animal semen.

F18 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle:  Beef Imports (January-March)

a. Correspondence: re:  Meat import problem; Beef import bill-Senate Bill S2525; Legislation to cut back beef imports.

b. News article: re:  Price of beef.  Economic politics; Beef producers dilemma.

c. Congressional Record: re:  Beef import agreement.

d. Census figures: re:  Oklahoma and U.S. cattle herd sizes.

e. Oklahoma House Bill: re:  labeling all imported meat.

f. Sipe's advertisements: re:  Beef prices.

F19 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Cattle: Beef Imports (April - June).

F20 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle:  Beef Imports (June-July).

a. Correspondence: re:  Reduction in beef imports; Opposition to any subsidy on cattle; Drought situation and its effect on cattle population.

b. Telegram: re:  curbing beef imports.

c. Resolutions: re:  Establishing quotas for all countries exporting beef into the United States; Establishing an effective beef import legislation.

d. Newspaper article: re:  drought may cut cattle population.

e. Pamphlet: re:  the cattle crisis.

F21 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle:  Beef Imports (August 1-10).

a. Correspondence: re:  Curb beef imports; Proposed bill to limit beef imports.

b. Telegram: re: support for beef quota bill passed by House.  (HR 1839).

c. News article: re:  Representative Albert bristles over criticism of beef import legislation; Cattlemen faced fight in U.S. House of Representatives; Senate would cut meat imports.

F22 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle:  Beef Imports (August 13-September).

a. Correspondence: re:  Pushing legislation restricting beef imports; Beef imports bill cleared Senate and signed into law by the President.

b. Information sheet: re:  legislation establishing quotas against excessive imports of beef.

c. Analysis: re:  H.R. 1839.

d. Telegram: re:  House passed beef imports bill.

F23 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle:  Beef Imports (Data)

a. Memorandum: re:  Briefing on beef imports.

b. Testimony.  Re; President of Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association before the Tariff Commission - April, l964.

c. Statement: re:  Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association on imports.

d. Press release: re:  U.S. concluded meat agreements with Australia and New Zealand; Beef imports drop in l964; U.S.D.A. beef purchases up on increased offerings.

e. Summary of remarks: re:  Beef imports and the Cattle industry.

f. Charts/figures: re:  U.S.D.A. cattle and beef statistics.

g. Bill: re:  H.R. l0334 to impose limitations on certain meat and meat products.

h. News article: re:  Beef prices drop; Why beef prices in stores stay high.

F24 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cattle:  Beef Imports (Data).  CA/Colleagues.

a. Correspondence: re:  Representative Albert's support for the cattle industry.

b. News article: re:  Mont.  leaders gave views on foreign meat imports.

c. News release: re:  Congress enacting legislation which would severely limit imports at beef and mutton in the United States. 

d. Statement: re:  Representative Albert before the U.S. Tariff Commission.

F25 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Census.

Pamphlet: re:  Taking l964 farm count; Supervising the l964 farm count.

F26 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Commodity Credit Corporation.

Correspondence: re:  Print butter used for domestic donation; CCC action with respect to the blanket insurance policy.

F27 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Cotton.

Correspondence: re:  President Johnson's signing the cotton wheat bill H. R. 6196; Cotton equalization payment in kind program; Views on payment of the cotton subsidy; U.S.D.A.'s hearings on the effects of certain pesticides; Cotton wheat bill vote; Oklahoma l963 cotton crop dollar value.

F28 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Dairying.

a. Correspondence: re:  Resolution adopted by the Central Milk Producers Association; Federal milk orders; Intra-movement of mild between markets; Action on S 1915; Hearings on price increase proposals for four milk orders; Intra-movement of mild between markets.

b. Dairy news: re:  Amending milk orders; Alaskan Dairy Co-op; Free dairy imports receive new quotas; U.S.D.A. issued final decision on amending 75 milk orders.

c. Resolution: re:  Change the market milk order.

F29 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Drought.

a. Correspondence: re:  Availability of feed grains under the drought relief program; Livestock feed program; Drought stricken feeders; Drought relief for Leflore County; Latimer County approved for haying and grazing privileges; Eight Oklahoma counties approved for drought relief livestock feed grain program.

b. News release: re:  haying, grazing privileges on diverted croplands to 31 more Oklahoma counties.

c. Resolution: re:  requesting Oklahoma drought areas be designated drought disaster areas.

F30 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Economic Opportunity Act.

a. Correspondence: re:  cover letter to Title III of H.R.  11377, the Economic Opp. Act of l964.

b. Summary: re:  Title III (Part A), Economic Opp. Act of l964.

c. Booklet: re:  How Title III will work.

F31 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Extension Service.

Correspondence: re:  over-all economic development program.

F32 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Farmers Home Administration.

a. Correspondence: re:  Water program; Dougherty Public Works Authority; Drought program; Loan activities in Oklahoma; Housing grant; Construction on Eufaula Reservoir; Poteau Valley improvement loans.

b. New release: re:  property costly to Bellmon.

c. Agreement: re:  water storage for anticipated future demands.

d. Release: re:  F.H.A. activities in Oklahoma's third district.

e. Report: re:  applications pending for loans from F.H.A.

f. Pamphlet: re:  Rural housing loans; Housing for Senior citizens; F.H.A. overview.

F33 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Farmers Union.

a. Correspondence: re:  Views of Farmers Union; Price support/ diverted acres; seed price support rates for l965.

b. Newspaper picture: re:  prominent personalities.

F34 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Feed Grains.

Correspondence: re:  sale of U.S.D.A. grain at 50% of parity.

F35 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Food Stamps.

Correspondence: re:  adjusted parity ratio.

F36 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Forest Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  Fencing program; Grazing on National Forests; Private lands acquired for the Oklahoma-Arkansas skyline drive project; Fiscal l965 budget for the Forest Service; Private land made the property of Ouachita National Forest.

b. Map: re:  location of a fence by Boy Scout Camp property.

c. News article: re:  Timber proposal declined by U.S.

d. Pamphlet: re:  A job with the Forest Service.

e. Report: re:  deficiencies in appraising Southern pine sawtimber sold in the southern region (region 8)...

F37 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Legislation.

a. Memorandum: re:  the Cotton Wheat Bill (H.R. 6196).

b. Telegram: re:  Passage of Food - Stamp bill.

c. Remarks/ Rep. Albert: re:  Amendments to H.R. 6196.

F38 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Meat/Meat Imports.

a. Correspondence: re:  Australia and New Zealand Concession beef exported to U.S.; Recommendation the U.S. cut back on the amount of beef imports; Wholesale meat coupons.

b. Statement: re:  News conference on beef by Secretary Freeman.

c. Pamphlet: re:  Meat packers, government, and consumers.

d. Coupon: re:  wholesale meat coupons.

F39 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  National Grange.

a. Correspondence: re:  Message the President sent to the members of the National Grange. .

b. Message: re:  President address to the National Grange.

F40 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Peanuts.

a. Correspondence: re:  Agriculture Appropriation Bill; Quality peanuts research laboratory; Request for U.S. to remove tariff duties on peanuts.

b. Statement: re:  SW peanut growers request increase in Federal Funds and are opposed to reductions in the import duty on peanuts.

F41 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Poultry.

Correspondence: re:  Inspection for wholesomeness.

F42 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Rural Electrification Administration

a. Correspondence: re:  REA financing mobile radio equipment; Attempt to FPC to take jurisdiction over the REA Cooperatives; Kiowa, Oklahoma converter problem; Expand telephone service at Indianola exchange.

b. Telegram: re:  application for loans.

c. Report: re:  Independent offices appropriation bill.

d. News article: re:  REA farm co-ops will get letters.

e. Congressional record: re:  FPC.

F43 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Rural Electrification Administration/ N.R.E.C.A.

a. Correspondence: re:  REA pattern.

b. Pamphlet: re:  Exporting the REA pattern.

c. Newsletter: re:  U.S. Supreme Court decision increases FPC threat to Co-ops.

d. News articles: re:  REA sponsored trip to Washington area.

F44 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  REA.  Readers Digest Article.

a. Correspondence: re:  Mis-use of REA loan program; Committee on Appropriations; Expansion of REA.

b. Magazine reprint: re:  REA A case study of bureaucracy run wild.

c. Release: re:  REA's response to statements made in the Reader's Digest Article.  The REA- A Case Study of Bureau cracy Run Wild.

F45 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Rural Eletrification Administration:  State Laws.

a. Correspondence: re:  Proposal to improve and expand telephone service at the Atwood and Stuart exchanges; REA loan approval.

b. Data sheet: re:  Oklahoma Co-ops.

c. Telegram: re:  REA loan approval.

F46 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  School Lunch Program.

Correspondence: re:  Discount prices for weekly payments.

F47 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Soil Conservation Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  President Johnson's request to cut in A.C.P. funds.

b. Report: re:  Benefits resulting from improvements in watershed projects.

c. Newsletter: re:  Fund bills; President hits at contaminants of land, air and water.

d. Pamphlet: re:  11th National Watershed Congress.

e. Release: re:  Small watershed projects authorized for USDA assistance.

F48 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Soybeans.

Correspondence: re:  Price support level for the l964 soybean crop.

F49 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Wheat.

a. Correspondence: re:  Wheat referendum vote of May l963; Regulations governing the wheat program; Grain and Forage Crop Research Advisory Committee of USDA; Milling operations.

b. Telegram: re:  CCC monthly sales lists.

c. Release: re:  l964 wheat loan values increase in l0 states.

d. Report: re:  Income, wages and living conditions for farms.

e. Newsletter: re:  wheat sales to Russia.

f. Proposal: re:  two marketing studies involving wheat products.

g. Pamphlet: re:  National Association of Wheat Growers.

h. Newspaper article: re:  Growers, Millers unhappy.

F50 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Soil Conservation Service.  Bushy-Peacable Creek

a. Correspondence: re:  Watershed project.

b. Newspaper article: re:  study of new McAlester area reservoirs planned.

F51 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Soil Conservation Service.  Caney Creek.

a. Correspondence: re:  Watershed flood control project.

b. Telegram: re:  Authorization for Caney Creek Watershed project.

c. Statement: re:  Support for Caney Creek Watershed project.

d. Pamphlet: re:  Small/multiple-purpose watershed projects.

e. Booklet: re:  Work plan.

f. Newspaper article: re:  Caney Creek flood control plan approved.

F52 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Coal Creek Watershed.

a. Correspondence: re:  Coal Creek application.

b. Telegram: re:  Coal Creek upstream flood control project.

c. News article: re:  Watershed is favored over Haywood area.

F53 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Delaware Creek.

a. Correspondence: re:  Delaware flood control; Criticism of S.C.D. by people in the Delaware Creek area; Easements on the Delaware Creek Upstream Flood Control project.

b. Telegram: re: Approval of Delaware Creek watershed project; Construction funds.

c. Resolution: re:  Approval of Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention.

d. Work Plan: re:  Delaware Creek.

e. Newspaper articles: re:  Legislators hold talks on water shed.

F54 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Dumpling-Beaver District.

a. Correspondence: re:  Approval for technical and financial assistance in preparing a watershed work plan.

b. Telegram: re:  Approval for technical and financial assistance in preparing a watershed work plan.

c. List: re:  Authorized watershed planning applications.

F55 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Frogville Creek.

a. Correspondence: re:  SCS authorized in preparing a water shed work plan.

b. Telegram: re:  approval of upstream application.

c. List: re:  Authorization of Watershed applications.

F56 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Gaines Creek District.

Release: re:  Agreement with Gain Creek Soil and Water Conservation District.

F57 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Lower Clear Boggy Project.

a. Correspondence: re:  Approval of watershed project; Employee of Soil Conservation Service requests to be transferred to Chickasha from Stillwater.

b. Resolution: re:  Watershed project approved.

c. Notice: re:  Meeting of subcommittee on watershed develop ment.

d. Telegram: re:  Watershed project approved.

e. Statement: re:  Lower Clear Boggy Creek Watershed.

f. Work Plan. Re:  Lower Clear Boggy Creek Watershed.

g. Booklet: re:  Lower Clear Boggy Creek work plan.

h. Newspaper article: re:  Cobb dominates watershed tour.

F58 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  McKinney-Buzzard Creek.

Correspondence: re:  Application approved.

F59 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Marshall County District.

a. Correspondence: re:  Soil Conservation Service continue to provide technical assistance to districts.

b. List: re:  Marshall City Soil and Water Conservation District governing body.

c. Memo: re:  Udall announced agreement with Marshall County Soil Conservation District.

F60 Agriculture, Department of (1964). Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Murray County District.

a. Correspondence: re:  Rural water projects in process in Oklahoma; Soil Conservation Service continue to provide technical assistance to districts.

b. List: re:  Murray County Soil and Water Conservation District governing body.

c. Newspaper article: re:  Murray County hearing set on rural water proposal.

F61 Agriculture, Department of (1964).  Agriculture Soil Conservation.  Poteau River Watershed.

a. Correspondence: re:  future of Poteau River Watershed in Oklahoma and Arkansas.

b. Pamphlet: re:  Poteau River Watershed Council tenth annual meeting.

c. Statement: re:  Carl Albert on the Poteau River Watershed Project.

d. Resolution: re:  Approval of Poteau River Watershed of Oklahoma and Arkansas.

e. Work Plan: re:  Poteau River Watershed.

f. Telegram: re:  Notification of approval for the Poteau Watershed project.

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