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SEPTEMBER 1973
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING JULY-AUGUST


BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Freezing combination main dishes
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 10
This revision tells how to prepare combination main dishes for freezing.
It contains recipes suitable for freezing as well as tips for preparing
your own recipes for freezing. Recipes include poultry combination dishes,
meat stews and meat pies, meat loaves, and bean dishes.


HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
Freezing combination main dishes. (G
40) 22 p. 250
See Bulletin of the Month
Controlling the Japanese beetle. (G 159)
16 p. 35.
The revised bulletin describes the
Japanese beetle and its habits, tells
about the damage it does, discusses nat-
ural control, and updates information
on chemical control measures.
Growing apricots for home use. (G 204)
8 p. 20('.
This bulletin gives valuable informa-
tion to one producing apricots for home
use. It identifies the soils most suitable
for growth, frost-free sites, common
varieties of apricots, and steps in plant-

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ing the trees. It also tells the reader
how to prune, when to thin the fruit,
and when to cultivate and harvest.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC REPORTS
Farm corporations . a financial anal-
ysis. (AER 241) 27 p.
Increasing impact of Federal estate and
gift taxes on the farm sector, present
law and proposed changes. (AER 242)
16 p. 30(.
Effects of alternative marketing mar-
gins for beef and pork. (AER 243)
21 p.
MARKETING RESEARCH REPORTS
Hot water and fungicidlftA #ierol of
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Trading in commodity futures contracts
on the Chicago Board of Trade. (MRR
999) 64 p. 90' FOR SALE ONLY.
The turkey industry: Structures, prac-
tices, and costs. (MRR 1000) 47 p.
Cotton gin operating costs in the Lower
Rio Grande Valley of Texas-1970
and 1971. (MRR 1001) 9 p.
Cotton gin operating costs in West
Texas-1971/72. (MRR 1002) 9 p.
Structure of the intraseasonal pricing
mechanism for late summer onions,
1930-68. (MRR 1004) 25 p.
Selected terminal wholesale markets for
flowers. (MRR 1005) 42 p.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Summary of reservoir sediment deposi-
tion surveys made in the United
States through 1970. (M 1266) 82 p.
$1.00 FOR SALE ONLY.
Hutches . for rabbits, plan No. 6137.
(M 1267) 1 sheet. 15.
2-bedroom house for retired couple, plan
No. 7195. (M 1272) 15-.

SOIL SURVEY REPORTS
Ouachita County, Arkansas. 61 p. + 61
map sheets. $4.10. FOR SALE ONLY.
Spencer County, Indiana. 79 p. + 55
map sheets. $4.60. FOR SALE ONLY.
Sherman County, Kansas. 47 p. + 30
map sheets. $2.50. FOR SALE ONLY.
Caddo County, Oklahoma. 70 p. + 108
map sheets. $6.60. FOR SALE ONLY.
Craig County, Oklahoma. 65 p. + 60
map sheets. $5.10. FOR SALE ONLY.
South Umpqua Area, Oregon. 60 p. +
12 map sheets. $2.25. FOR SALE
ONLY.
Fayette County, Pennsylvania. 108 p.
+ 65 may sheets. $5.05. FOR SALE
ONLY.

STATISTICAL BULLETINS
Supplement for 1972 to wool statistics
andreiaieddata, 1930-69. (SB 455 S-
1f,),J FYp, ,,
-. c^ f' -" 'r.v#, t
irna 4iat .ohoh'si, f id poverty status
. IV .p households.`-1.-'t served by Farm-
5 Vers Home Adntioritiration programs,
S.-.1970, by States. .g.50) 23 p.
S'Livestock anddfl t \ : *< E4p. $3.2(0 IOR-5R ,%LE ONLY.
' rrm population Aftmates 1910-70. (SB
' 523) 47 p. ,- e-
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Report of the President of the Com-
modity Credit Corporation, 1972.
(AR: CCC 1972) 27 p.
Report of the Administrator: Rural
Electrification Administration, 1972.
(AR: REA 1972) 51 p.
Health services in rural America. (AB
362) 40 p.
Guidelines for weed control. (AH 447)
Loose-leaf folder. SUBSCRIPTION
ONLY. $8.00 Domestic, $10.00 For-
eign. Replacement pages as they be-
come available.
Growth potential of corn production in
Western Europe through 1975 and
1980. (FAER 88) 93 p.
Releases of Bracon kirkpatricki (Wil-
kinson) and Chelonus blackburni
Cameron for pink bollworm control
in Arizona. (PRR 150) 22 p. 30r FOR
SALE ONLY.
Quarterly and shorter-term price fore-
casting models relating to cash and
futures quotations for pork bellies.
(T 1482) 71 p.

PERIODICALS
For subscription prices write to the
Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20402, for a copy of Price List 36, Gov-
ernment Periodicals.
Agricultural Research.
Agricultural Science Review.
Agricultural Situation.
Agricultural Decisions.
Extension Service Review.
Farm Index.
Fire Management.
Food and Nutrition.
Foreign Agriculture.
News for Farmer Cooperatives.
Soil Conservation.


SLIDE SETS AND FILMSTRIPS
The following materials are available
by purchase only. Purchase slide sets
from Photography Division, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Order filmstrips from Photo Lab., Inc.,
3825 Georgia Ave., N.W. Washington,
D.C. 20011. Narrative guides for lec-
tures notes accompany each.
What's happening to food prices. C-192.
Released 1973. 153 frames. Slide set
$35.00. Filmstrip $15.00. Price in-
cludes cassette.









This presentation gives detailed in-
sight into the wnys and wherefores of
the current high food prices.
T'he unpine forest. C-190. Released 1973.
101 frames. Slide set $18.50. Film-
strip $12.00. Cassette $3.00.
A story of southern hardwoods, their
culture and the many ways they affect
our lives.
$130 billion food assembly line. C-187.
Released 1972. 47 frames. Slide set
$13.00. Filmstrip $5.50. Cassette $3.00.
Meet the people and firms that pro-
duce and get your food to you, rain or
shine, in any season. And get a quick
tour of other things that happen along
the Nation's food assembly line, such as
how much land is used for farming, how
much food we each get a year, and how
many cattle and other animals are
grown for food.
Effect of air pollution on plant life. A-
58. Released 1972. 105 frames. Slide
set $18.50.
Shows effects of air pollution on
three different types of plant life, and
is broken into subsets according to those
three groupings. Can be purchased as
one single set or as individual subsets:
A-58-a Vegetables and Fruits, 35


fra mes, $13.00; A-58-b Field Crop-. 36
fram-.-. $13.00; and A-5>-.- Ori,,inent-.:il
Plants and Tr,.-t.. 34 fr LI, ., $13.''''.

Safe use of p)c-ticidev in and around
the home. C-118. Revi,- ,1 1972. 45
frames. Filmstrip $5.50. Slil,. set
$13.00. Cass,-tte $:;.00.
Gives s of pesticide on a stinall i ale.

Getting the things you want. C-186. Re-
leased 1972. 30 frani.-,s. Slide st
$13.00. Filmstrip $5.50. ('as-i te $:;.00.
For young children, to give them an
understanding of using their I,,.rsonal
resourccs--time, enere:.v, t Llent- to
achieve a goal. If you are a parent,
you've probably spent considerable time
trying to make the point this pr' .-'nta-
tion makes with artwork, narration and
music. Very basic.
Tillage alternatives. C-l s. Released
1972. 48 frames. Slide set $13.00.
Filmstrip $5.50. Ca iette :';.00.
New designs in fnarn manachinery and
improvement of herbicides to control
weeds are now giving crop producers
more alternatives in tillage. These al-
ternatives and the results of a 28-State
survey are discuss-,d.


Note: Single copies of publications other than those listed FOR'SALE ONLY
may be obtained free as long as the supply permits from the Office of Communi-
cation, U.S. Department. of Agriculture, Washington. D.C. 20250. Prices are given
for the convenience of persons desiring to purchase these publications in quanti-
ties and for those who make frequent purchases of government publications. All
remittances should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20102.




ORDER BLANK. Detach and return to Office of Communication, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Write or print name and address plainly
on the other side. Order not more than 10 publications.


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G 159
G 204


M 1267
M1 1272


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Safe use of pesticides on the farm. C-
189. Released 1973. 48 frames. Film-
strip $5.50. Slide set $13.00. Cassette
$3.00.
Gives safety information on the use
of pesticides on a large scale.

MOTION PICTURES
For purchase information write to
the Motion Picture Service, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
All weather wood foundation. (Color,
TV, 10 minutes) 1972.
This film shows the actual construc-
tion of a house using a treated wood
foundation and the advantages that ac-
crue from this technique. Produced in
cooperation with the National Forest
Products Association and American
Wood Preservers Institute.
VEE-A national emergency. (Color,
TV, 101/ minutes) 1972.
Shows actions to control Venezuelan
equine encephalomyelitis (VEE), the
deadly horse sleeping sickness that in-
vaded Texas in the summer of 1971,
after a devastating impact on Mexico.
Depicts mass vaccination, quarantine
and aerial praying to suppress mosqui-
toes.


Minigardens. (Color, TV, 15 minutes)
This film is designed to create inter-
est among urban dwellers in the possi-
bilities of growing vegetables and flow-
ers. The back porch, a patio, or a bal-
cony, can be sites for a few growing
plants to beautify your surroundings
and provide highlights for meals. The
endless joys of growing things are pre-
sented in an informative package.
Nine out of ten. (Color, 31 minutes)
1971
A fire prevention training film aimed
at Forest and Ranger Districts, Dis-
trict Fire Control Officers, District Ran-
gers and Fire Prevention Technicians.
Scenes were filmed in eastern and west-
ern regions with dialogue recorded live.
The action features servicewide fire
prevention problems of debris burning,
industrial fires, and recreation fires.
Tulia-town on the move. (Color, TV,
12 minutes) 1971
This is the story of a small town in
Texas which had a serious housing
problem among its low-income families.
J.It focuses on the cooperation and hard
work required to solve the problem, and
shows the results of that effort.


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