CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 94

Box 95: Agriculture (1972) - Commerce (1972).

F 1: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Oklahoma.

a. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "Farmers Home Administration Revises Rental Housing Program" (September 13, 1972).

b. Correspondence re rental housing projects.

c. Report:  Farmers Home Administration:  "Activities in Oklahoma" (1970-71).  Cover letter included.

F 2: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration: Personnel.

a. Correspondence re retirement of FHA State Director Spudds Widener.

b. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "FHA Oklahoma State Director Named (Ludwig W. Johnson)" (August 25, 1972).

F 3: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Pittsburg County.

a. Loan announcements.

b. Correspondence re extension of rural water district; Longtown Water and Sewer district application.

F 4: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Pontotoc County.

Correspondence re water system extensions.

F 5: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Pushmataha County.

a. Office Notes.

b. Correspondence re water line needed between Atoka and Tushka.

c. Clipping.

F 6: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Rural Community Projects.

List of rural community projects.  Cover letter included.

F 7: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Rural Water projects.

a. Correspondence re subject for CA's guest editorial for OK Rural Water Association Newsletter.

b. Newsletter:  Rural Water News (Number 3 - October 1972).

c. Information Packet:  Commission on Rural Water:  "Rural Water Information Kit" (1972).  Cover letter included.

F 8: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Rural Water Projects:  Oklahoma Rural Water Association.

Newsletters - Oklahoma Rural Water Association.  (March-December 1972).

F 9: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Salt Creek.

Correspondence re Salt Creek Conservancy District loan.  Correspondents include Tom Steed (OK).

F 10: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Seminole County.

Correspondence re Cromwell sewer facilities.  Correspondents include David L. Boren (OK).

F 11: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Stephens County.

Loan announcement.

F 12: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Third Congressional District.

a. Report:  Farmers Home Administration:  "Congressional Summary of FHA Programs - Third Congressional District".  Cover letter included.

b. News Release:  Department of Agriculture: "FHA Rural Development Activities" (September 3, 1972)

F 13: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Feed Grains.

a. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "New Feed Grain Option Aimed at Increasing Set Aside of Acreage in 1972" (February 2, 1972).

b. Correspondence re shortage of feed grain supplies.

F 14: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Food Prices.

a. News Release:  Office of the Secretary of Agriculture:  "Secretary Butz Says Farmers Keep Down Cost-of-Living" (March 2, 1972). 

b. Report:  Department of Agriculture; "Farm Prices and Food Prices" (February 1972).  Cover letter included.

c. Correspondence re food prices; high price of meat.

F 15: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Food stamps.

a. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Designates 228 Counties in Nine States for Food Stamp Program" (September 15, 1972)

b. Correspondence re food stamp program.

c. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Designates 12 Counties in Six States for Food Stamp Program" (June 7, 1972).

d. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Designates 15 Counties in Eight States for Food Stamp Program" (April 26, 1972).

F 16: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Forest Service.

a. Correspondence re Forest Service programs; preservation and management of national forest wild land values in the east; appointment of Dr. Robert Young as Associate Deputy Chief for Research; exportation of American hardwoods; appointment of Dr. John Barber as director of the Southern Forest Experiment Station; appointment of Theodore Schapfer as regional forester for the Pacific Northwest region; draft of development of management guides for National Forest Program; appointment of Max Peterson as regional forester of southern region.

b. Report:  Forest Service:  "1971 Publications of the Southern Forest Experiment Station" (1972) 14 pages.

c. Report:  E.W. "Al" Thrasher - Thrasher Publications:  "Eleven Million Trees Wasted Annually" (1972) 47 pages.  Cover letter included.

d. Brochure:  "Land Exchange in the National Forest System".

F 17: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Forest Service:  Ouachita National Forest.

a. Correspondence re changes in Range Management Program; small timber operators; visitor use date for Talimena Scenic Drive; Forest Service policy on acquisition of rights-of-way..  Correspondents include James E. Hamilton (OK). 

b. Report:  Ouachita National Forest:  "Progress Report" (1972) 7 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 18: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Future Farmers of America. 

Information Packet - FFA.

F 19: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  General. 

Correspondence re proposed farm legislation; ACP, REAP and REA programs; proposed change in the census definition of a farm.

F 20: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Great Plains Conservation Program.

Correspondence re Great Plains Conservation Program.

F 21: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Horses.

Correspondence re USDA Horse Industry Advisory Committee.

F 22: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Oklahoma Weather Service.

Correspondence re efforts to obtain agricultural weather service in OK from National Weather Service.

F 23: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Peanuts.

a. Correspondence re peanuts purchasing through Food for Peace program; peanut insect control; peanut program modifications; loan sources for S. OK Peanut Growers Association; peanut support prices; price differentials; new peanut leafspot control.

b. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Adjusts Acreage Allotment for 1972- Crop Valencia - Type Peanuts" (April 26, 1972)

c. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "Support Levels by Types Announced for 1972- Crop Peanuts" (April 28, 1972).

d. Office Notes.

e. Clipping.

f. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Announces Final Support Level for 1972- Crop Peanuts" (August 11, 1972). 

F 24: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Poultry/Eggs.

a. Correspondence re poultry industry conditions; egg prices; egg industry.  Correspondents include W.R. Poage (TX).

b. Clipping.

F 25: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Research.

a. Correspondence re research for food service industry; tick research.

b. Brochure:  "New Research Facilities" Oklahoma State University Agricultural Experiment Station.

F 26: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Rice.

News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Announces 1973-Crop Rice Allotment, Marketing Quotas" (December 29, 1972).

F 27: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Rural Development.

a. Correspondence re Rural Development Act of 1972; decline of family farms; Rural Environmental Assistance Program.

b Statement:  Speaker of the House:  "Rural Development Act of 1972" (February 23, 1972).

c News Release:  Office of the White House Press Secretary:  "The Problems of Rural America" (February 1, 1972).

F 28: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Rural Electrification Administration.

a. Brochure:  REA Appropriations.

b. Schedule of OK REC Annual Meetings for 1972.

c. Speech on REC's. 

d. Statement:  Representative Carl Albert:  "Rural Electrics Spur Rural Development".

e. Congressional Record (copy) - Hon. William L Hungate:  "Rural Electrification Funds" (April 18, 1972).

f. Office Notes.

g. Correspondence re REC's; Marvin Scherler's election to Board of Trustees of Cotton Electric Co-op.

h. Loan announcement.

F 29: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Rural Electrification Administration:  Loans.

a. Loan announcements.

b. Correspondence re $107 million frozen from REA; Kiamichi Co-Op Loan application.

c. Loan announcements.

F 30: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Rural Electrification Administration:  National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

a. Magazine:  Rural Electrification:  National Rural Electric Cooperation Association (March 1972).  Cover letter included.

b. NRECA President and Senator Poll.

c. Invitation to NRECA film on energy crisis.

d. Brochure:  "Countdown on America's Energy Crisis":  NRECA.

F 31: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Scabies.

a. Correspondences re scabies quarantine on cattle.

b. Office Notes.

c. House Concurrent Resolution 1080:  Second Session; Thirty-Third Legislature (OK).  Cover letter included.

F 32: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  School Lunch.

Correspondence re school lunch programs implementing revised federal regulations.

F 33: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Soil Conservation Service.

a. Correspondence re additional watershed dam on Mountain Fork Creek north of Wister ; approval of funds for two flood control structures north of Wister; Soil Conservation article "Are Conservation Districts Fenced In?"; Pittsburgh Co. Conservation District and Ouachita Mountains RC&D Council; Lake Elk City; Waterfall-Gilford Creeks Watershed construction; promotion of William Vaught to director of SCS Technical Service Center. Correspondents include James E. Hamilton (OK)

b Ouachita Mountains RC&D Project News (March 24, 1972); (May 17, 1972).

c. Little River Conservation District Newsletter (August 1972).

d. Oklahoma Conservation Newsletter (October 4, 1972)

e. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "New SCS State Conservationist for Oklahoma Selected" (October 20, 1972).

F 34: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Soil Conservation Service: Reports.

Report:  Department of Agriculture- Soil Conservation Service:  "Oklahoma PL-566 '72 Watershed Report" (September 1972).  78 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 35: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Soil Conservation Service:  Soil Surveys.

a. Order for Published Soil Survey copies.

b. Correspondence re Coal Co. soil survey; Jefferson Co. soil survey.

F 36: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Watersheds.

Correspondence re Poplar River Watershed project, Wisconsin.  Correspondents include David R. Obey (WI).

F 37: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Wheat.

News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "1973 Wheat Program Announced; Includes Options and Substitution" (July 17, 1972).

F 38: Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (1972).

a. Report:  Arms Control and Disarmament Agency:  "Arms Control Report" (1971) 63 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Brochure:  Council for a Livable World:  "On Arms Control and Disarmament" (1972).  Cover letter written by Albert Gore.

F 39: Atomic Energy Commission (1972).

"This Atomic World" Exhibit Schedule and Leaflets.  Cover letters included.

F 40: Civil Aeronautics Board (1972).

a. News Release:  Civil Aeronautics Board:  "Board Proposes Rules for New `Travel Group Charters'" (December 30, 1971).

b. Correspondence re investigation of premium rates for live animals and birds; CAB proposal to reduce "trade-out" advertising.

c. Civil Aeronautics Board-Docket 22505:  "Application of Frontier Airlines, Inc.  for amendment of its certificate of public convenience and necessity of public convenience and necessity for route 73 so as to delete Duncan, OK" (June 7, 1972).

d. Civil Aeronautics Board-Docket 21474:  "Investigation of premium Rates for Live Animals and Birds" (June 13, 1972).  Letter included.

F 41: Civil Aeronautics Board (1972).  Muskogee.

Correspondence re application of Frontier Airlines to serve Muskogee through Tulsa International Airport.

F 42: Civil Service Commission (1972).

a. List of CSC Area Offices Accepting Applications.

b. Report: Civil Service Commission:  "Employment Opportunities in Trade and Crafts" (February 7, 1972) 6 pages.  Cover letter included.

c. Office Note.

d. Correspondence re CSC application; merger of occupational codes at Tinker AFB and other AF installations; Federal Employee Health Benefits Program; federal appointive positions in Oklahoma; Intergovernmental Personnel Act grant for OK Agriculture Department; CSC's Federal job information service.

e. List of Job Opportunities for Skilled Craftsmen.

f. Grant announcement.

F 43: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Census, Bureau of the :  Oklahoma.

a. Clipping.

b. Correspondence re Congressional District populations.

c. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "1970 Census of Population" (February 1971) 14 pages.

d. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Congressional District Data - Districts of the 93rd Congress" (June 1972) 7 pages.

e. Report; Oklahoma Employment Security Commission:  "Distribution of Population - by Race and Sex in Oklahoma - Data from 1970 Census" (June 1972) 33 pages.

f. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "County Business Patterns-1971" (May 1972) 85 pages.

F 44: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Census, Bureau of the: Oklahoma.

Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "General Social and Economic Characteristics" (1970).

F 45: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Census, Bureau of the :  Oklahoma: Housing.

Report:  Department of Geography Oklahoma State University:  "Housing and People in Oklahoma:  A Study of County Housing Conditions and Characteristics" April 1972) 136 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 46: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Census, Bureau of the:  Reports. 

a. News Release:  Department of Commerce:  "Effect of `One-Man, One Vote' reform on Size of Congressional Districts Shown in New Census Report" (November 30, 1972) .

b. Correspondence re a follow on "type of farm" enterprise survey.

c. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Survey of the Origin of Exports by Manufacturing Establishments - 1969" (November 1971) 26 pages.  Cover letter included.

d. Brochure: National Technical Information Service:  "Congressional District Computer Provides for the 93rd Congress" (February 1972).

e. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Preliminary Projections of the Population of States:  1975 to 1990" (March 1972) 8 pages.

f. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Projections of the Population of Voting Age for States:  November 1972" (March 1972) 11 pages.

g. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Public Employment in 1971" (April 1972) 32 pages.

h. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Population of Places of 10,000 or More by Wards: 1970" (February 1972) 20 pages.

i. Report:  Bureau of the Census: "Local Government Employment in Selected Metropolitan Areas and Large Counties:  1971" (May 1972) 100 pages.

j. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "City Employment in 1971" (April 1972) 19 pages.

k. Report:  Bureau of the Census:  "Public School Systems in 1971-72" (December 1972) 33 pages.

l. Report: Bureau of the Census: "County Business Patterns." (1972). 85 p.

m. Supplemental Report: "Graphic Summary of the 1970 Population Census." (Aug. 1973)

n. Supplemental Report: "1970 Population of Congressional Districts for the 93rd Congress. (Oct. 1972). 10 p.

o. Supplemental Report: "Population of Places of 2,500 or more: 1970 and 1960." (Aug. 1972).

p. Booklet: Dept. of Agriculture and Commerce: "Land Title Recording in the United States: A Statistical Summary." (Mar. 1974). 38 p.

q. Report: Bureau of the Census. "Voting and Registration in the Election of November 1972." (October 1973). 214 p.

F 47: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Census, Bureau of the:  Reports.

a. Report:  Bureau of Economic Analysis:  "Survey of Current Business - Part I" (May 1972) 44 pages.

b. Report:  Bureau of Economic Analysis:  "Survey of Current Business - Part II" (May 1972) 111 pages.

c. Report:  Bureau of Economic Analysis:  "Survey of Current Business - Volume 8" (August 1972) 40 pages.

F 48: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Census, Bureau of the :  Third District.

a. Report:  Bureau of the Census: "Congressional District Data for the 93rd Congress - OK District 3".

b. Office Notes.

F 49: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration. 

a. List of EDA projects in OK.

b. Correspondence re realignment of EDA regional offices; Murray and Pontotoc counties qualifying for designation as Title I under Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965; review of designated areas required by Section 402 of Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965.

c. Northeast Counties of Oklahoma - EDA Newsletter.  Cover letter included.

d. Report:  Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations:  "The New Grass Roots Government? - Decentralization and Citizen Participation in Urban Areas" (January 1972) 21 pages.

e. News Release:  Economic Development Administration:  "Changes Affecting Eligibility of Areas for Various Types of Federal Assistance" (March 31, 1972).

f. Office Note.

F 50: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments (ASCOG).

a. Correspondence re application for water and sewer lines.

b. Grant notifications.

F 51: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Bryan County.

Correspondence re approval of Overall Development Plan; designation of Byran Co. as redevelopment area.

F 52: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Carter County.

a. Correspondence re Ardmore grant application (EDA).

b. Grant notification.

F 53: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Central Oklahoma Economic Development District (COEDD).

Correspondence re health care; COEDD grant application; restoration of $2550 for COEDD's planning funds; available federal programs.

F 54: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Coal County.

Correspondence re Coalgate downtown refurbishing project.

F 55: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Hughes County.

a. Grant announcement.

b. Correspondence re industrial expansion project.

F 56: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Indians.

Correspondence re funding proposal; Seminole OEDP application; Artesian Motel in Sulphur.

F 57: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Kiamichi Economic Development District of Oklahoma (KEDDO).

a. Correspondence re Kiamichi health Planning Staff's activities; SODA certification of HUD funds; Vo-Tech fund appropriations; water and sewer facilities; Wilburton water project.  Correspondents include James E. Hamilton (OK).

b. Outline of KEDDO Health Occupations Report.

F 58: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  LeFlore County.

a. Correspondence re feasability study funds to expand the line and water systems in the Poteau area; Spiro Mounds archeological site funds. 

b. Office Notes.

F 59: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Lincoln County.

Correspondence re extending Lincoln County growth center area to include Drumright.  (Attachments A and B included with other information).

F 60: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  McCurtain County.

Grant announcements.

F 61: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Mayes County.

Correspondence re federal assistance for Salina, OK.

F 62: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration; Okmulgee County. 

Grant announcement.

F 63: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Pittsburg County.

Correspondence re fish hatcheries categorization in Accelerated Public Works; EDA funds for reconstruction of Haileyville gym destroyed by fire.

F 64: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Pontotoc County. 

Correspondence re proposed expansion of the Solo Cup Company plant at Ada, OK.

F 65: Commerce, Department of (1972).  Economic Development Administration:  Seminole County.

a. Grant announcements.

b. Correspondence re United Clay Pipe Co. loan funds; approval of Seminole County for EDA; Seminole`s application for PWIP funds.

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