CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 102

Box 103: Water Resources Council (1972) - Agriculture (1973).

F 1: Water Resources Council (1972).  Project Standards.

a. Correspondence:  re:  7% increase in interest rates on Federal water projects; criteria for navigation projects; new principles and standards. Correspondents include:  Robert S. Kerr, Jr. (OK) and David Hall (OK).

b. Federal Register:  Water Resources Council:  "Proposed Principles and Standards for Planning Water and Related Land Resources" (December 21, 1971).

c. News Release:  Water Resources Council:  "Principles and Standards for Water and Land Resources Planning."  (January 24, 1972).

d. News Release:  Office of the Speaker:  "CA Urges Water Resources Council to Review Proposed Guidelines Which Could End Further Development of Oklahoma's Water Resources."  (March 15, 1972).

e. Form Letter (original draft).

F 2: Water Resources Council (1972).  Oklahoma Projects.

a. Newsletter:  Deep Fork Watershed Association.  (April 1, 1972).

b. Form post cards sent to political leaders:  re:  5 3/8 % discount rate for water resource development.

F 3: White House (1972).  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence:  re:  J.J. Simmons, Jr. accompanying Mrs. Nixon to inauguration of Liberian President Tolbert; duties on imported window glass; President Nixon's trip to China; termination of "career soldiers'; Cherokee ceremony; Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention; Dr. Kieffer Davis' selection as President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped's "Physician of the Year"; arrangement of meeting between March of Dimes Poster Child and Mrs. Nixon. Correspondents include:  Henry Kissinger.

b. Lists of Congressional Relations personnel at White House.

c. Office note:  re:  President's nomination of Richard Kleindienst as Attorney General and Patrick Gray as Deputy Attorney General.

F 4: White House (1972).  Cost of Living Council.

Correspondence:  Wage-price freezes for military; increase in insurance rates - violating freeze; retail prices; price posting requirements.

F 5: White House (1972).  Cost of Living Council:  Publications.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Additional information on Economic Stabilization Program.

b. Report:  Cost of Living Council:  "Economic Stabilization Program Quarterly Report."  (January 31, 1972).  164 pages.

c. Nine News Releases:  re:  Economic Stabilization questions and answers.  (November 20, 1971 - February 15, 1972).  Cost of Living Council.

d. Two News Releases:  Price Commission.  (January 28 and April 6, 1972).

e. Twenty-one News Releases:  Cost of Living Council.  (January 18- - June 5, 1972).

f. Booklet:  Internal Revenue Service:  "General Information - Economic Stabilization Program."  (December 1971).

F 6: White House (1972).  Cost of Living Council:  Publications.

a. Booklet:  Office of the Federal Register:  "Code of Federal Regulations - Economic Stabilization."  (January 1, 1972).  65 pages.

b. 11 Federal Registers (November 12, 1971 - February 16, 1972).  Relating to Cost of Living Council and Economic Stabilization.

F 7: White House (1972).  Drug Abuse.

Correspondence:  re:  Appointments to Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention.

F 8: White House (1972).  Federal Outlay Reports.

a. Report:  Office of Economic Opportunity:  "Federal Outlays in Oklahoma."  (1972).

b. Report:  Office of Economic Opportunity:  "Federal Outlays in Summary."  (1972).

F 9: White House (1972).  Messages.

a. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Senate:  re:  Approval of S. 2007, Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1971.  (December 9, 1971).

b. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress:  re:  The Problems of Rural America.  (February 1, 1972).

c. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress:  re:  Strikes and transportation stoppages.  (February 2, 1972).

d. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Fact Sheet:  re:  Message on Science and Technology.  (March 16, 1972).

e. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress:  re:  Research and Development in Science Field.  (March 16, 1972).

f. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress:  re:  Busing.  (March 17, 1972).

g. Copy of Congressional Record:  re:  Busing.  (March 20, 1972).

h. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Remarks on Nationwide Radio and Television:  re:  Vietnam (May 8, 1972).

i. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Address on National Radio and Television:  re:  Vietnam.  (May 8, 1972).

j. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Fact Sheet:  re:  Allied Services Message (May 18, 1972).

k. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress:  re:  Allied Services.  (May 18, 1972).

l. Interim Agreement between USSR and USA on certain measures with respect to the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms.  (May 26, 1972).

m. Agreement on Space - Fact Sheet.

n. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Executive order providing for the stabilization of the Economy.  (June 29, 1972).

o. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress:  re:  Fiscal Responsibility.  (July 26, 1972). 

p. Office of the White House Press Secretary: Message to Congress: re: Bicentennial (February 4, 1972).

F 10: White House (1972).  Passes.

Correspondence:  re:  Obtaining passes for White House Tours.

F 11: White House (1972).  Pay Board.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Wage increase for Wynnewood, Ok employees; merit and salary administration plans; New Director of Congressional Affairs, Barbara Ludden; application of Weyerhaeuser Company. Correspondents include:  Jim E. Lane (OK).

b. News Release:  Pay Board:  "Board Votes to Tables Resolution by Public Members Setting Wage and Salary Limits for Renegotiated Labor Agreements."  (January 6, 1972).

c. News Release:  Pay Board:  "Pay Board Panel Rules on Cases."  (April 7, 1972).

d. News Release:  Pay Board:  "Statistical Release No. 13."  (May 5, 1972).

F 12: White House (1972).  Price Commission.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Cost of medical care; Blue Cross and Blue Shield rates; request to increase the prices of school lunches; increase in prices for pints of blood; enforcement of stabilization regulations.

b. 4 News Releases:  (February 23 - March 3, 1972).

F 13: White House (1972).  Price Commission:  Hale - Halsell.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Rules on gross and net profit margins; price rollbacks and refunds.

b. Speech:  James Cooke:  "Productivity and Related Challenges."

c. Bulletin:  re:  Percent profit margins.

d. Bulletin:  re; Price Commission authority rationale.

e. News Release:  Price Commission:  "Orders to Reduce Prices" (June 12, 1972).

f. Office Notes:  re:  Hale-Halsell Co.

F 14: World Bank (1972).

Office Notes:  re:  World Bank loan operations.

F 15: Action (1973).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Carter County Retired Senior Volunteer Program; Approval of the Consumer Protection Agency as a sponsor of VISTA. Material concerns L. Kent Corey, a VISTA volunteer.

b. Grant Announcements.

c. Report:  Action:  "1972 Annual Report."  108 pages.

d. News Release:  Action:  "Grant to Big Five Development Foundation, Inc."  (July 25, 1973).

F 15B: Action (1973). Sequoyah Foster Grandparent Project.

Includes continuation application as well as a newsletter.

F 16: Agriculture, Department of (1973).  Agribusiness Accountability Project.

Correspondence:  re:  Family farms.

F 17: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agriculture - Environmental and Consumer Protection Program.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Agriculture - Environmental and Consumer Protection Appropriation Bill.

b. H. R. 8619:  "Making Appropriations for Agriculture - Environmental and Consumer Protection programs for the fiscal year ending June, 30, 1974, and for other purpose."  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).  Committee on Appropriations.

c. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Tells Funding for 1974 Water Bank, Rural Environmental Conservation Program."

F 18: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agricultural Research Service.

Report:  Agricultural Research Service:  "Organization and Program."  (January 1973).  31 pages.

F 19: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Rural environmental assistance program; ASCS office closings.

b. Resolution by National Association of County Office Employees:  re:  ASCS.

F 20: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  McCurtain County.

Correspondence:  Re:  Flood disaster restoration funding.

F 21: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  Okmulgee County.

Newsletter; Okmulgee County ASCS (September 1973).

F 22: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  Personnel.

Correspondence:  re:  New ASCS State Executive Director, Harold Hunter.

F 23: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  Third District.

Booklet:  Oklahoma ASCS:  "Activity Summary - Third Congressional District" (1972).  Cover Letter included.

F 24: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Animal and Plant Health Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Location of Animal and Plant Health Services headquarters; exercise and housing requirements for dogs; relocation of Animal and Plant Health Inspection service to Ada.

b. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Realigns Veterinary Services Field Structure."  (February 13, 1973).

c. Newsletter:  United Action for Animals, Inc.  (December 1973).

F 25: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Appropriations.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Agriculture Appropriations Bill.

b. House Report 92-983 (H. R. 15690):  "Making appropriations for the Agriculture, Environmental and Consumer Protection Programs."  92nd Congress, 2nd Session (1972).

F 25B: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Baling wire.

F 25C: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Baling wire.

F 26: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Cattle.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Rules and regulations for meat imports; shortage of feed grain relating to price of beef; cattle feed lot operations in Oklahoma. Correspondents include W.R. Poage (TX) and Herschel Crow (OK).

b. Flyer:  Oklahoma Farm Bureau:  "The Beef Process."

F 27: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Cotton.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Elimination of allotment sales and leases.

b. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "Mainland China's Cotton Imports are Record Level in 1972-1973."  (February 16, 1973).

c. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Asks New York Cotton Exchange to Restrict Cotton Trading."  (September 28, 1973).

F 28: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Dairy.

a. Correspondence:  re:  problems in dairy industry; price support level for milk; USDA's poor handling of dairy crisis.

b. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "Increase in Cheese Import `Pricebreak' Announced."  (March 8, 1973). 

F 29: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Drought.

News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "Emergency Lower Freight Rates on Midwest Hay Extended to May 31 in Northwest."  (October 24, 1973).

F 30: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farm Bureau.

Correspondence:  re:  Information on subjects covered by OK Farm Bureau.  List of Farm Bureau staff included.

F 30B: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farm Credit Administration.

F 31: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Rural housing programs; flow of funds from small bands to FHA; funds for mutual self-help housing programs; revision of FHA regulations concerning "firm commitments" for rural housing in "on site development program." Correspondents include:  Frank Evans (CO); W. R. Poage (TX); and Wright Patman (TX).

b. Speech:  Carl Albert:  "Tribute to James V. Smith, formerly head of FHA."  (January 18, 1973).

c. Office note:  rental housing project loan approval.

F 32: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Atoka County.

a. Office notes:  re:  FHA funding for Stringtown project.

b. Loan Approval to Stringtown.

c. Loan Approval to Southern OK Waste Disposal Authority.

F 33: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Bryan County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Funding for Achille sewer program.

b. Loan approval to Caddo Public Works Authority.

c. Loan approval to Rural Water District No. 5.

F 34: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Carter County.

Loan approval to Southern OK Water Corporation.

F 35: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Adminstration:  Choctaw County.

a. Loan Approval to Swink Water Association, Inc.

b. Loan Approval to Boswell Public Works Authority.

F 36: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Coal County.

a. Loan approval to Tupelo Public Works Authority and Centrahoma Water Company, Inc.

b. Loan Approval to Clarits-Olney Water Company, Inc.

F 37: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Cotton County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Unfair treatment of Cotton County's farmers with regard to FHA Emergency loan program

b. Form letter:  re:  termination of emergency loan assistance program.

c. H. R. 1975:  "To amend the emergency loan program under the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act, and for other purposes."  (Bellmon - Oklahoma).  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).

d. House Report 93-119 (Conference (H. R. 1975):  "To amend the emergency loan program under the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act, and for other purposes."  93rd Congress, 1st Session (1973).

F 38: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Adminstration:  Disaster Loans.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Re-establishment of Emergency disaster funds for farmers; FHA drought relief loan.

b. List of counties from which emergency loan applications may be received.

F 39: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Garvin County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Pauls Valley's water and sewer improvements loans.

b. Loan approval to Wynnewood Development Authority, Inc.

c. Loan approval to Maysville Municipal Authority.

d. Loan approval to Rural Water District No. 1 and No. 2.

F 40: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Haskell County.

Loan approval to Rural Sewer District No. 2.

F 41: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Hughes County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Water and sewer problems in Holdenville; funds for Horntown project; loan application for Holdenville project; Lamar rural water project. Correspondents include:  Hugh Sandlin (OK).

b. Loan Approval to Rural Water District No. 3.

F 42: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Johnston County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Ravia sewer project.

b. Loan approval to Ravia Public Works Authority.

c. Loan approval to Mannsville Public Works Authority.

F 43: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  LeFlore County.

Correspondence:  re:  Howe Sewer Project; Community Center for Heavener. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (OK).

F 44: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Lincoln County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Funds for Davenport Housing project. Correspondents include:  Tom Steed (OK).

b. Office Note:  re:  Comanche rural water, sewer and solid waste management project.

c. Loan approval to Davenport Utilities Authority.

F 45: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Love County.

a. Loan approval to Marietta Public Works Authority.

b. Loan approval to Thackerville Water and Sewage Company.

F 46: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  McCurtain County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Funds for extension of Mountain Fork Water Supply; funding for Idabel public Library building; improvements needed for Broken Bow.

b. Loan approval to Red River Grazing Association.

F 47: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Marshall County.

Loan Approval to Kingston Municipal Authority.

F 48: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Murray County.

Loan approval to Rural Water District No. 1.

F 49: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Oklahoma Rural Community Projects.

List of current rural community projects in Oklahoma.  (March 1973); (September 1973).

F 50: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Oklahoma Rural Water Association.

Newsletter; Oklahoma Rural Water Association, Inc.  (May 20, 1972).

F 51: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Pittsburg County.

Loan approval to Kiowa Public Works Authority.

F 52: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Pontotoc County.

Correspondence:  re:  Status of Oakman Water Project.

F 53: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Pushmataha County.

Correspondence:  re:  Rural Water line problems in Pushmataha County.

F 54: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Rural Water Districts.

Correspondence:  re:  requirement of bond counsel for rural water district loans; proposed legislation for deferment of principal and interest payments on loans for rural water and sewage systems; proposed changes in bond counsel requirements to relieve small loan applicants; difficulties rural water districts are having in obtaining assistance for expansion. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (OK).

F 55: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Seminole County.

a. Correspondence:  re:  funds for Cromwell sewer system.

b. Copy of clipping re:  Bowlegs-Lima water districts.

F 56: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Southern Oklahoma Waste Disposal.

Correspondence:  re:  SOWDA application for funding for solid waste disposal system to service Atoka, Coal, Pontotoc, Johnston and Marshall Counties.

F 57: Agriculture, Department of (1973). Farmers Home Administration:  Tillman County.

Report:  M.B. Fuller and Associates, Inc.:  "Preliminary Engineering Report - Proposed Water Line Extensions, Loveland Area Northwest in Tillman County."  (December 29, 1972).

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