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TABLE 3.—Statement of increases and decreases, budget estimates, 1965, compared with appropriations and loan authorizations, 1964Continued

GENERAL ACTIVITIES–continued
Forest Service-Continued
State and private forestry cooperation:
For cooperative forest fire control.

+$250,000
For cooperative forest management and processing....

+500,000 For general forestry assistance.

+250,000 Pay act costs..

+38,000 Increase, State and private forestry cooperation...

+$1,038,000 Forest roads and trails: Increase in appropriation to liquidate contract authorization. : " +9.100,000 Acquisition of lands for Wasatch National Forest...

:-100,000 Net decrease for general activities (including Forest Service).

-110, 607, 715 Deduct net increase for Forest Service.....

-17,714,000 Net decrease for general activities as shown in subcommittee print..

-128, 321, 715

(-67,000,000)

+369, 000

CREDIT AGENCIES
Rural Electrification Administration:
Loans (authorization to borrow from Treasury):
Rural electrification loans..

(-$60,000,000)
Rural telephone loans...--

(-7,000,000)
Total decrease, loan authorizations...
Salaries and expenses:
For engineering activities in the electrification program.

+$127,000
Pay act costs.

+242,000 Total increase, salaries and expenses..

+369,000 Increase, Rural Electrification Administration... Farmers Home Administration:

Real estate and operating loans (limitation on loans made from receipts deposited

in the direct loan account): Decrease in real estate loans. Rural housing building loans (direct appropriation provided in 1964 to supplement

borrowing authorization).
Rural housing for the elderly revolving fund (direct loans are estimated at $4,500,000

in 1964 and $5,000,000 in 1965).
Rural renewal: For loans and related expense..
Salaries and expenses:
To strengthen servicing of direct and insured loans..

+$1, 240, 100
Pay act costs...

+1,000,000
Total increase, salaries and expenses.
Net decrease, credit agencies:

Loan authorizations..
Appropriations....

(-35,000,000) -25,000,000

+1,500,000

+990,000

+2, 240, 100

(-102,000,000)

-19, 900.900

-2,000

CORPORATIONS
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Administrative and operating expenses:

Decrease resulting from transfer of audit activities to the Office of the Inspector

General.
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund (administrative and operating
expenses payable from premium income):
For expansion of program..

(+$41, 000)
Pay act costs.

(+103, 000) Increase, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund Commodity Credit Corporation: Reimbursement for net realized losses: 1964 appropriation to restore realized losses in 1962.

(+144, 000)

$2,699, 400,000 1965 estimate to partially restore 1963 realized losses.

1, 724,000,000 Change Administrative expense limitation.

Decrease, corporations.

-975, 400,000

(-4,000,000) -975, 402, 000

TABLE 3.-Statement of increases and decreases, budget estimates, 1965, compared

with appropriations and loan authorizations, 1964Continued

+$495, 034, 000

-54, 380,000

+37, 140,000

+477, 794, 000

-645, 830, 615

FOREIGN ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS Public Law 480:

Sales of surplus agricultural commodities for foreign currencies (of the

total appropriation of $1,893,000,000, $612,000,000 represents estimated 1964 unrecovered costs and $1,281,000,000 represents the estimated cost of the program in 1965).

+$441,000,000 Grants of commodities for famine relief (of the total appropriation of

$264,000,000, $20,453,000 represents estimated 1964 vnrecovered costs and $243,547,000 represents the estimated cost of the program in 1965)

+ 48, 549, 000 Losses on long-term sales contracts (in addition to the 1965 estimate of

$58,000,000, an unobligated balance of $10,015,000, making a total of
$68,015,000 would be available for the estimated 1965 program).... +5, 485, 000

Increase, Public Law 480..
International Wheat Agreement (the total appropriation of $31,838,000 consists of $31,-

659,000 representing estimated 1964 unrecovered costs and $179,000 representing the cost

of administration of exports in 1965) Bartered materials for supplemental stockpile (of the total appropriation of $120,000,000,

$39,000,000 represents estimated 1964 unrecovered costs and $81,000,000 represents the
estimated cost of the program in 1965).

Net increase, foreign assistance programs.
Net decrease, above appropriations....-

PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS
Agriculture Marketing Service:

Removal of surplus agricultural commodities (sec. 32): Increase in the annual per

manent appropriation based on 30 percent of the 1963 calendar year customs receipts. Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act fund: Estimated increase in receipts from

license fees under this permanent appropriation..... Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service: National Wool Act: Decrease in reimbursements to Commodity Credit Corporation

for costs incurred under the National Wool Act.. Forest Service:

Expenses, brush disposal..
Roads and trails for States: Increase due to estimated increases in national forest

receipts in fiscal year 1963.
Forest fire prevention...
Payments to Minnesota for national forest receipts.
Payments to counties, national grasslands.
Payments to school funds, Arizona and New Mexico: Increase due to increase in

national forest receipts in fiscal year 1963.
Payments to States, national forest fund: Increase due to increase in national forest
receipts in fiscal year 1963..

Net increase, permanent appropriations.
Deduct increase in Forest Service permanent appropriations..---

Net increase, permanent appropriations (exclusive of Forest Service)..

+9, 998, 444

+63,000

-9,679, 493

+200,000

+399, 118 - 20.000

+2, 014 +12,500

+9,587

+1, 106, 041

+2,091, 211 - 1,709, 260

+381, 951

TABLE 4.-Appropriations and REA and FHA loan authorizations, fiscal years 1956 through 1964, and budget estimates, 1965
[NOTE.-Amounts for 1956 through 1964 are adjusted for comparability with the appropriation structure proposed in the 1965 budget estimates. Amounts in parentheses aro not

included in totals]
(Millions of dollars)

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

Budget
estimates,

1965

40. 1
20.6
15. 4

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16. 3

24. 2

28.9

29.7

30.8

30.8

31.8

34.7

36.7

38.9

39.9

.6

1.0

1.1

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.3

1.4

2.5

2.6

1956

GENERAL ACTIVITIES

76. 1

Agricultural Research Service:
Salaries and expenses:

Research.
Plant and animal disease and pest control.
Meat inspection.

Total, salaries and expenses.
Salaries and expenses (special foreign currency program).
Construction of facilities

Animal disease laboratory facilities (Ames, Iowa)
Cooperative State research service:
Payments and expenses:

Payments to agricultural experiment stations.
Other (grants for cooperative forestry research, penalty mail, and

Federal administration).
Extension Service:
Cooperative extension work, payments and expenses:

Payments to States and Puerto Rico..
Other (retirement and employee compensation fund costs for exten-

sion agents, penalty mail, and Federal Extension Service).
Farmer Cooperative Service
Soil Conservation Service:

Conservation operations.
Watershed protection.
Flood prevention
Great Plains conservation program.
Resource conservation and development.

Water conservation and utilization projects.
Economic Research Service.
Statistical Reporting Service
Agricultural Marketing Service:

Marketing research and service.
Payments to States and possessions.
Special milk program..
school lunch program

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Foreign Agricultural Service:

Salaries and expenses..

Salaries and expenses (special foreign currency program).
Commodity Exchange Authority
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:

Expenses, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service 12
Sugar Act program
Agricultural conservation program..
Emergency conservation measures.
Conservation reserve program,
Acreage reserve program..

Cropland conversion program.
Office of Rural Areas Development.
Office of the Inspector General 14
Office of the General Counsel..
Office of Information.
Centennial observance of agriculture.
National Agricultural Library:

Salaries and expenses.

Library facilities
Office of Management Services 15
General administration...
Forest Service:

Forest protection and utilization
Forest roads and trails.
Access roads
Acquisition of lands for national forests.
Cooperative range improvements
Assistance to States for tree planting-
Acquisition of lands, Klamath Indians
Total, general activities 16

CREDIT AGENCIES
Rural Electrification Administration:
Loan authorizations:

Rural electrification 17.
Rural telephone 17

Total (authorizations to borrow from Treasury).
Salaries and expenses.

Total, Rural Electrification Administration.

See footnotes at end of table, p. 253. TABLE 4.- Appropriations and REA and FHA loan authorizations, fiscal years 1956 through 1964, and budget estimates, 1965Continued [NOTE.-Amounts for 1956 through 1964 are adjusted for comparability with the appropriation structure proposed in the 1965 budget estimates. Amounts in parentheses are not

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