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COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE)
W. E. POAGE, Texas, Chairman

E. C. GATHINQS, Arkansas,

Vice Chairman

JOHN L. MCMILLAN, South Carolina
THOMAS G. ABERNETHY, Mississippi
WATKINS M. ABBITT, Virginia
PAUL C. JONES, Missouri
FRANK A. STOBBLEFIELD, Kentucky
GRAHAM PDRCELL, Texas
MASTON O'NEAL, Georgia
THOMAS S. FOLEY, Washington
JOSEPH Y. RESNICK, New York
ELIGIO De La GARZA, Texas
JOSEPH P. VIGORITO, Pennsylvania
WALTER B. JONES, North Carolina
JOHN G. DOW, New York
BILL NICHOLS, Alabama
G. V. MONTGOMERY, Mississippi
FRANK J. BRASCO, New York
JOHN R. RARICK, Louisiana

PAGE BELCHER, Oklahoma,

Ranking Minority Member CHARLES M. TEAGUE, California CATHERINE MAY, Washington ROBERT DOLE, Kansas GEORGE V. HANSEN, Idaho WILLIAM C. WAMPLBR, Virginia GEORGE A. GOODLING, Pennsylvania CLARENCE E. MILLER, Ohio J. HERBERT BURKE, Florida ROBERT B. MATHIAS, California WILEY MAYNE, Iowa JOHN M. ZWACH, Minnesota THOMAS S. KLEPPE, North Dakota ROBERT PRICE, Texas JOHN T. MYERS. Indiana

RESIDENT COMMISSIONER
SANTIAGO POLANCO-ABREU, Puerto Rico

Christine S. Gallagher, Clerk
Hyde H. Murray, Assistant Counsel
Francis M. Lemax, Staff Consultant

Subcommittee On Rural Development JOSEPH Y. RESNICK, New York, Chairman BILL NICHOLS, Alabama GEORGE A. GOODLING, Pennsylvania

G. V. MONTGOMERY, Mississippi

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ROBERT B. MATHIAS, California JOHN M. ZWACH, Minnesota

CONTENTS

Statement of—

American Friends Service Committee 811

Atencio, Tomas, assistant director for program development and evalu-

ation, Colorado Migrant Council 145, 175

Bartlett, Clyde, director, Maine Office of Economic Opportunity 287

Bertsch, Howard, Administrator. Farmers Home Administration 772

Bryan, Biliie, manager, Caddo Electric Cooperative, Binger, Okla 484

Cargo, Hon. David F., Governor of New Mexico 179

Carstenson, Dr. Blue A., representing the National Farmers Union. . 680

Carter, Lisle C., Jr., Assistant Secretary for Individual and Family

Services, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare ". 317

Chavez, Dennis, Jr., New Mexico 611

Cochran, Clay, executive director, International Self-Help Housing

Associates 788

Corona, Bert, president, Mexican-American Political Association 153

Crangle, Charles L., assistant director for program operations, New

York State Office of Planning Coordination 599

Davis, Hon. Ross D., Assistant Secretary for Economic Development,

U.S. Department of Commerce 617

Doyle, Mortimer B., executive vice president, National Forest Prod-

ucts Association 431

Esser, George H., Jr., National Association for Community Develop-

ment 551

Fleming, Roger, secretary-treasurer, American Farm Bureau Federa-

tion 647

Freeman, Hon. Orville L., Secretary of Agriculture 1

Garcia, Robert G., Director, Division of Economic Opportunity, State

Technical Assistance Office, Office of Economic Opportunity 127

Gartner, Alan, executive director, Economic Opportunity Council of

Suffolk (N.Y.) Inc 749

Graham, Harry, legislative representative, the National Grange 725

Greeley, Arthur W., Associate Chief of the U.S. Forest Service 441

Hansen, Hon. Julia Butler, a Representative in Congress from the

State of Washington 852

Harding, Bert, Deputy Director, Office of Economic Opportunity 659

Hendricks, Logan B., Associate Administrator, Small Business

Administration 71

Hillenbrand, Bernard, executive director, National Association of

Counties 715

Hoff, Hon. Philip H., Governor of Vermont 767

Huber, J. David, National Association for Community Development. . 541

Hurst, William D., regional forester, southwest region, U.S. Forest

Service 455

Ingram, Clifford, National Association for Community Development- . 564

Jermstad, Glen L., Arkansas Office of Economic Opportunity 571

Johnson, Hon. Harold T., a Representative in Congress from the State

of California 853

Kiley, Edward W., National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. . 475

Knowlton, Dr. Clark S., professor of sociology, University of Texas. _ 195

Krackov, Everett S., executive director, Tulare County community

action program 585

Lynn, John C., legislative director, American Farm Bureau Federa-

tion 468

Mansfield, Jack P., director, Center for the Study of Unemployed

Youth, Graduate School of Social Work, New York University 827

Marshall, Robert, executive director, Self-Help Enterprises, Visalia,
Calif 272:

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Statement of—Continued

Mercure, Alex, director, home education livelihood program, Albu- H»

querque, N. Mex 97

Montgomery, Bob, administrative assistant to Hon. G. V. Mont-

gomery 64.j

Moore, Hon. Dan, Governor of North Carolina 695

National Sharecroppers Fund KO

Olson, Donald J., editor, Marshall Messenger, Marshall, Minn 518

Pinon, Alberto, national president, Community Services Organization. 170
Rubinstein, Dan, executive director, Seasonal Employees in Agricid-

ture, Inc 419

Rustad, Wallace, area development specialist, Basin Electric Power

Cooperative 48!

Ruttenberg, Hon. Stanley H., Assistant Secretary of Labor 39

Smith, Robert Neal, on behalf of the Governor of the State of Wis-
consin 844

Threatt, W. Frank, president, Congaree Iron & Steel Co., Inc 699

VandenBosche, August H., Florida Coordinating Committee for

Farmworkers 769

Walker, Hon. E. S., Johnny, a Representative in Congress from the

State of New Mexico 97,115

Watts, Lowell H., director for extension and university services,

Colorado State University 356

Welander, Clarence, Fullerton, N. Dak 491

Wilken, Carl H., economic analyst, Washington, D.C 760

Wood, Hon. Robert C, Under Secretary of Housing and Urban

Development 393

Wright, Miss Marion, Legal Defense and Education Department,

NAACP 493

Wyman, O. Lewis, State program coordinator, Cooperative Exten-
sion Service, University of Maine 312

Young, Philip H., staff member, Board of National Missions of the

United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A 524

Correspondence submitted to the subcommittee:

Anderson, Hon. Clinton P., a U.S. Senator from the State of New

Mexico, letter of June 27, 1967 2S5

Bell, Theron J., Director, Office of Economic Opportunity, State of

California, letter of June 15, 1967 855

Beroal, Joe J., Senate of the State of Texas, Austin, letter of June 12,

1967 285

Black, Col. Joseph A., chief, New Mexico State Police, letter of June

23, 1967 2S6

Castillo, Albert C, Stockton, Calif., letter of April 6, 1967, to Mr. Bert

Corona 168

Evins, Hon. Joe L., a Representative in Congress from the State of

Tennessee, letter of June 6, 1967 851

Kerner, Hon. Otto, Governor of the State of Illinois, letter of—-

May 31, 1967 854

June 14, 1967 854

Kirk, Hon. Claude, Governor of the State of Florida, letter of June 27,

1967 856

Matthew, John C, associate for town and country ministries, Board

of National Missions, United Presbyterian Church in the United

States- of America, letter of June 19, 1967 S63

McCall, Hon. Tom, Governor of the State of Oregon, letter of—

June9, 1967

July 18, 1967

McGhee, Alfonso, regional attorney, Office of Economic Opportunity,

letter of June 9, 1967 . 673

Mueller, E. W., Lutheran Council in the United States of America,

letter of June 21, 1967 864

Murkowski, Frank H., commissioner of economic development, State

of Alaska, letter of June 27, 1967 62S

Pickard, Joseph A., superintendent of schools, city of Selma, Ala., letter

of June 12, 1967 6"^

Price, Delton E., area resource development agent, Fort Smith, Ark.,

letter of June 9, 1967 383

Ralston, N. P., Deputy Administrator, Federal Extension Service,

U.S. Department of Agriculture, letter of July 10, 1967 37;

Correspondence submitted to the subcommittee—Continued

Sloan, Frank K., regional director, Office of Economic Opportunity, Pa&e

letter 673

Thompson, Mvron B., administrative director, executive chambers,

Honolulu, Hawaii, letter of June 28, 1967 858

Additional information submitted to the subcommittee:

Agriculture in Alaska 629

Area Development and Planning in New Mexico, by Dr. Clark S.

Knowlton 215

Bilingualism: A Problem or an Asset, by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 239

Caddo Helps Its Kids 477

Causes of Land Loss Among the Spanish Americans in Northern New

Mexico, bv Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 209

Children in Mississippi 498

Community and Resource Development Cooperative Extension, New

York State 379

Community Development, by E. W. Mueller, Department of Church

and Community Planning, Lutheran Council in the United States

of America 864

Condition of Farm Workers and Small Farmers in 1966, by Fay

Bennett, executive secretary, National Sharecroppers Fund 872

Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Urbana, 111 377

Cooperative Extension Service, Colorado State University 387

Cooperative Extension, New York State 386

Development Program Coordination in Arkansas 367

Doc Needs a Distributor, by Edward W. Kiley 480

Economic Environment and Urban Development, by Johnathan

Lindley 556

Farmers Learn Through Demonstrations 391

FH A Actions to Provide Housing in Rural Areas 411

Impact of Social and Economic Change Upon the Major Social System
of Rural Spanish-American Villages of Northern New Mexico and

Southern Colorado, by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 251

Impact of Social Change Upon Selected Social Systems of the Spanish-
American Villages of Northern New Mexico, by Dr. Clark S.

Knowlton 230

Laborers Stage Protest on Housing 167

Land Question in New Mexico, by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 220

Logan-Union-Champaign Tri-County Community Development Semi-
nar 381

Multiple Use Is Principle in National Forests, article by Elliott S.

Barker in the Santa Fe New Mexican 117

Not a Laughing Matter, from the Santa Fe New Mexican, October

27, 1966 137

Patron-Peon Pattern Among the Spanish Americans of New Mexico,

by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 225

Problems and Prospects of the Rural Spanish-American Village of North-

ern New Mexico, by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 252

Programs of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare in

Rural Areas 321

Quarterly Report, January 1-March 31, 1967, Cooperative Extension

Service, mid-New York project 781

Responsibilities of the States in the War on Poverty, by Hon. Joseph

S. Clark, a U.S. Senator from the State of Pennsylvania 850

Sign by the Side of the Road, by Edward W. Kiley 476

Situation of the Spanish Americans of Northern New Mexico, by

Dr. ClarkS. Knowlton 207

Social and Economic Impact of Federal Programs in Rural Areas of

Oregon 862

Social Consequences of Economic Deprivation, article by Tomas

Atencio 149

Some Present Trends and Prospects Among Indians of the Southwest,

by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 267

South Virginia Co-op Helps Reduce Underemployment, by Edward

W. Kiley 479

Spanish Americans in New Mexico, by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 242

Spanish-American Schools in the 1960s, by Dr. Clark S. Knowlton 246

Typical Rural Development Activities Conducted by Mississippi Co-
operative Extension Service 36S

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