Ed Jones

Congressional papers


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1969-1972 and 1987-1988

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Series Descriptions


 

Series 1- Correspondence The largest series of the Ed Jones Congressional Papers are the correspondence files. This series contains correspondence produced and received by congressman Jones during his tenure in the United States House of Representatives. The files contain letters from constituents, fellow congressmen and senators, as well as governors and Presidents from Nixon to Reagan. The letters deal with subjects from abortion to Vietnam as well as the impeachment of President Nixon.


Series 2 - Legislation Series 2 focuses on legislation. The collection mirrors the times to which they represent. Files can be found on a wide range of issues. Some of the areas of focus deal with agriculture, for which Jones was a champion. By the early 1970's the collections deals with the impeachment of President Nixon and the energy crisis of the mid 1970's. Many letters from constituents relate to the import footwear crisis of the late 1980's Included in the series are both House and Senate Resolution.


Sub-series 1 - Alphabetical Series 2.1 is made up of correspondence dealing with major issues of the times. The late 1960's pertain primarily to the Vietnam War. By the 1970's the war had ended and the Watergate Era had begun. Much legislation deals with the impeachment of President Nixon. After the resignation of Nixon focus returns to the daily needs of the nation. The mid 1970's brought about severe drought conditions for farmers and an oil shortage which lead to the energy crisis.

Sub-series 2 - House Resolutions Sub-series 2.2 contains house resolutions considered by congress during Jones tenure. Some of the more notable resolutions are the Agricultural Credit Act in 1977 and the Telecommunication Act of 1982. The files are arranged by resolution numbers and years.

Sub-series 3 - Legislative Information in Correspondence by Code Sub-series 2.3 contains legislative information by an interoffice coding system. The files are arranged in alphabetical order by year.

Sub-series 4 - Legislative Information in Correspondence by Subject Sub-series 2.4 is also made up of legislative information, but this sub-series is arranged in alphabetical order according to subjects. The files are also listed in order by year.

Sub-series 5 - Legislative Guides Sub-series 2.5 contains many guides and journals pertaining to Tennessee state issue, as well as Legislative Activity Guides. The guides are listed together is chronological order.

Sub-series 6 - Voting Records Sub-series 2.6 contains copies of legislation co-sponsored mainly during the 96th and 100thCongress. Also included are Congressman Jones individual voting records from 1971 to 1988. Listed on the voting records is how Jones voted on each resolution number.

Sub-series 7 - Books Sub-series 2.7 consist books dealing with subcommittee hearings to testimony and explanation of legislative acts.


Series 3 - Projects Series 3 pertains to projects within Jones congressional district. The files deal with the needs of individual communities. Among the files are applications and conformation of Community Development Block Grants and the over whelming problem of Blackbirds in certain areas of the district

Sub-series 1 - Counties Sub-series 3.1 is arranged in alphabetical order by county. The sub-series is further broken down by year. A wide range of subjects are covered dependent on the specific need of each individual county. Some of the overlapping concerns are funding from the Farmers Home Administration, lose of jobs and industry, and Community Development Block Grants.

Sub-series 2 - General (Miscellaneous) Series 3.2 deals with projects that affect the congressional district as a whole, but not the individual needs of each county. Subjects of concern range from Medicare to the Tennessee Valley Authority to the state university system.

Series 4 - Committees Series 4 focuses on the committees Congressman Jones served or chaired. Jones concentrated most of his efforts as a member of the House Committee on Agriculture. He was vert instrumental in the passage of many laws that directly benefitted the farmer. His seat on the House Committee on Agriculture lead to his chairmanship of the subcommittee on Conservation, Credit and Rural Development.

Sub-series 1 - Agriculture Sub-series 4.1 emphasizes the work done to help save the American farmer. They deal with topics from the creation of the Farm Credit Act and to the Rural Electric Administration Loan Program

Sub-series 2 - Conservation, Credit, and Rural Development A large portion of the sub-series is devoted to the Sliver Futures Market and the problems it caused with the price of silver in the 1980's. Other topics of interest range from soil and water conservation to the U.S.D.A.

Sub-series 3 - Services The sub-committee on services pertains to the inner workings of the Capital. Duties included the overseeing of the House Cafeteria, Beauty Shop and Barber Shop as well as the assigning of parking spaces for members of congress and guest.

Sub-series 4 - Procurement and Printing Procurement and printing subcommittee handled the monumental task of approving all documents that congress printed. Included in these publications were the annual Capital Historical Calendars.

Sub-series 5 - [Single Box] Democratic Caucus As a senior member of the Democratic party in Tennessee Congressman Jones served on the Democratic Caucus. Responsibilities ranged from Polling Data to Vote Ratings.


Series 5 -Public Relations Series 5 encompasses the many other duties of a Congressman that correspondence, legislation and committee work don't cover. You will find topics as varied as invitations to weekly radio addresses.

Sub-series 1 - Invitations Invitations are filed on an accepted or declined bases. They are in broken down by month and year.

Sub-series 2 - [Single Box] Academy One of the privilege the Congressman has is the appointment of a young person to one of the four service academies. Candidates names are arranged alphabetically followed by the class from which they would graduate.

Sub-series 3 - Speeches Sub-series 3 consist of many of the Speeches, Congressman Jones made throughout this tenure. Speeches include local service organizations to national conferences and Commencement address for high schools and universities.
Sub-series 4 - Ed Jones Reports The Ed Jones Report is a weekly publication sent from the Congressman to local constituents. The files are arranged by the date of publication or by subject. The subjects usually pertained to what ever was happening on the national or local political front. A few deal with international affairs.

Sub-series 5 - Press Releases Sub-series 5 houses press releases issued by Congressman Jones office. The press releases cover a wide range of subjects, from service academy appointments to community block grant awards.

Sub-series 6 - Radio Scripts The radio scripts of sub-series 6 are the written record of Congressman Jones weekly radio addresses. They are arranged in order by the date of which they were aired.

Sub-series 7 - Audio Tapes A few of the actual audio tapes of Congressman Jones still exist, they are in order by date. Unfortunately, the date of the tapes do not correspond with the written radio scripts from the previous sub-series. There are gaps in the dates.

Sub-series 8 - Photos Sub-series 8 is a collection of photographs taken over the 20 year tenure of Congressman Jones. The subjects of the photographs range from constituent visits to pages and interns that worked within the congressman's office.

Sub-series 9 - [Single Box] Miscellaneous News Clippings Sub-series 9 is a collection of loose news clippings dealing with various topics of interest to Congressman Jones.

Sub-series 10 - [Single Box]Guest Registration Books Each visitor to the congressional office was asked to sign in. The guest registration books are a record of those visits.

Sub-series 11 - Scrap Books The scrap books chronicle the career of Congressman Jones. The books contain note worthy events in the congressman's career.

Tape 001 September 14, 1969 Funeral of Senator Everret Dirksen of Illinois - War in Viet-Nam; Treatment of the American Prisons of war. 4:50
Tape 002 September 21, 1969 Election reform. Election of John Q. Adams over Andrew Jackson. Plan to do away with the Elector College by a Constitutional Amendment. 4:50
Tape 003 September 28, 1969 The Fight Against Inflation: 10% ser tax on income. Repeal of the 7% investment credit for farmers and small companies. Rep. Wright Pattman. 5:15
Tape 004 October 5, 1969 Home Building Contracts: Interest Rate. 4:50
Tape 005 October 12, 1969 Social Security: Congressman Jacob Gilbert of New York. 4:50
Tape 006 October 19, 1969 Congressional foot-dragging: Senator Yarborough.

4:25

Tape 007 November 9, 1969 Draft Legislation Making it fair for all Americans. 4:15
Tape 008 November 2, 1969 Veterans Day: 16mm Film on the Apollo-11 moon mission. He would let people view it if they wish. The title is The Eagle has Landed. 4:50
Tape 009 November 9, 1969 Farm Exports: Trip to Germany to talk about farm exports of Cotton and Textiles. 4:15
Tape 010 November 16, 1969 Crime Rate: Drug Crime, Crime by Young. More Jails and Police. 4:00
Tape 011 November 23, 1969 Report on the trip to West Germany:See Tape 9 Nov. 9, 1969. 4:50
Tape 012 November 30, 1969 News Media: Vice President said media can't present both sides of the issues. 4:50
Tape 013 December 7, 1969 Personal Tax exemption From $600.00 to $1,200.00: Gore and Perry in the Senate. 4:50
Tape 014 December 14, 1969 "Sit a Site" Sec. of agriculture: proposal for Farm Legislation for 1970 to help the Farms with their income and to let them farm their land. 4:50
Tape 015 December 21, 1969 Problems facing the with-draw of from Viet-Nam. Inflation. 4:50
Tape 017 January 4, 1969 Back to work on the economy. Stock-Market dropped. Arthur Buns- Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. 4:50
Tape 018 January 11, 1970 Foot dragging by the Nixon administration. 4:50
Tape 019 January 18, 1970 The problems with pollution and how to stop it.

4:50

Tape 020 January 25, 1970 Explosion of the population in the world. Farmland and science works together. 4:30
Tape 021 February 1, 1970 Nixon's Farm Bill called the "Hardin Nixon Farm Bill." 5:50
Tape 022 February 8, 1970 Skeleton Farm Bill. 4:50
Tape 023 February 15, 1970 Farm Census. 4:30
Tape 024 February 22, 1970 Inflation and Health Care: Ollen Tiggs- Chairman of the Veterans Affair. 4:30
Tape 025 March 1, 1970 Compulsory bussing of school children. 4:30
Tape 026 March 8, 1970 Obscenity or Pornography send in the mail to people. 4:30
Tape 027 March 14, 1970 Tight Money Policy. 4:20
Tape 028 March 21, 1970 Farm Appropriation Committee. 4:50
Tape 29 April 15, 1970 Pollution. 4:45
Tape 30 April 12, 1970 Trip to Tennessee Strike, Welfare, School, New Farm Bill: All problems in the 8th district. 4:30
Tape 31 April 19, 1970 The retirement of Chief Justice Warren. 4:30
Tape 032 April 27, 1970 Welfare Reform Bill. 4:30
Tape 033 May 3, 1970 A. B. M. : Anti Ballistic Missel voted by the Senate. 4:30
Tape 034 May 10, 1970 Cambodia and sending of U.S. troops. 4:30
Tape 035 May 17, 1970 War in Viet-Nam and the starting to withdraw. The Anti Pollution march. The sending of U.S. troops to Cambodia. 6:08
Tape 036 May 24, 1970 Economics. 4:30
Tape 037 May 24 Graduation and Memorial Day all the U.S. 4:15
Tape 038 June 7, 1970 Shoe imports and textile control. Stopping so many imports. 4:45
Tape 039 June 14, 1970 Flag Day. 4:10
Tape 040 June 15, 1970 Right to Work: Join a Union. Sec 14-B of the Taft Hartly Act. 4:30
Tape 041 June 29, 1970 Solid Waste Disposable and Pollution it causes. 4:50
Tape 042 July 6, 1970 Law Enforcement as a Career: Crime rate is on the rise. Sargent David Durk a 35 year old N. Y. C. Cop and a Emerson Graduate. 4:50
Tape 043 July 13, 1970 "Willingness to give up our Freedom" and our 4th amendment as well as guns. 5:10
Tape 044 July 20, 1970 Legislative Reorganization Bill. 4:25
Tape 045 July 27, 1970 Interview with Mike Fairless. State President of F. F. A. He we to U. T. M. 4:35
Tape 046 August 3, 1970 Medical Student Aid Bill. People moving to the cities and away for the farm lands. 4:20
Tape 047 August 9, 1970 New Farm Bill. Provides support for those that grows cotton, wheat, feed grain and wool. 4:50
Tape 048 August 16, 1970 Political Broadcasting Bill: To make the 3 major television companies give the candidates for President free time. And offer other time for other offices. 4:50
Tape 049 August 23, 1970 Preventive Detention. Rights violated (ie) the right to bail. 4:50
Tape 050 August 30, 1970 Air Pollution. 4:30
Tape 051 September 6, 1970 Credit Cards (Unsolicited). 3:30
Tape 053 September 20, 1970 T.V.A. Rising Cost. 3:35
Tape 054 September 27, 1970 Drug Abuse Control Act of 1970. 4:50
Tape 055 October 4, 1970 Interest Rate: Wright Patmond. 3:35
Tape 056 October 12, 1970 Organized Crime Bill. 4:20
Tape 059 November 1, 1970 F. F. A. Meeting. 4:30
Tape 060 November 9, 1970 Unemployment. 4:50
Tape 061 November 15, 1970 Past Recess Schedule. 4:50
Tape 062 November 23, 1970 Shift to a Service.: Economic. 4:50
Tape 063 November 22, 1970 Trade Bill. 4:30
Tape 064 December 6, 1970 S. S. T. Super Sonic Transport Plane, also known as the Concord. Not a Military Plane. 4:50
Tape 065 December 14, 1970 S. S. T. The Super Sonic Transport-Plane Bill Failed in the Senate. 4:30
Tape 066 December 20, 1970 Chistmas Cheer 1970. Talking about the events of the year 1970. 4:15
Tape 067 December 27, 1970 Oil Monopoly. Tennessee Valley Authority rates incenses. 4:00
Tape 068 January 3, 1971 Military Accounts and Pollution Control. 4:40
Tape 070 January 17, 1971 Summary of Crime Legislation. Public Law 91-R52. The organize crime act of 1970. 4:50
Tape 071 January 27, 1971 Pollution. 4:10
Tape 072 January 31, 1971 New House Leadership: Re. Carl Albert the New Speaker. The New Whip is Tip O'Neal of Massachusetts. 4:50
Tape 073 February 7, 1971 Budget of the 1972 year. The bill calling for 229.2 billion dollars. 5:05
Tape 074 February 15, 1971 Reorganization of the executive branch of the Government. 4:50
Tape 075 February 21, 1971 Revenue Sharing. 4:15
Tape 077 March 7, 1971 St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis. Alpha Phi Omega's wheel barrel push to raise money for the hospital. 4:20
Tape 078 March 14, 1971 Dairy Farmers are going down in numbers. 4:50
Tape 079 March 21, 1971 Rural Revenue Sharing. 4:50
Tape 080 March 29, 1971 Welfare: 13 areas of abuse of the program. 4:50
Tape 081 April 4, 1971 Lt. Calley's Court Marshall Convection. 4:50
Tape 082 April 11, 1971 Cherry Blossom Festival: Debbie Blaton the Tennessee Cherry Blossom Queen. 4:05
Tape 085 May 2, 1971 Bussing of school Children. 4:10
Tape 086 May, 1971 Demonstrations against the Viet-Nam Veterans that are coming back for war. 5:35
Tape 087 May 23, 1971 Memorial Day and Graduation. 4:20
Tape 088 May 28, 1971 Storage of Doctors: The problem of people moving form the rural area tot he cities. 4:20
Tape 089 May 30, 1971 Select Committee: (Energy Resources Committee) 4:30
Tape 090 June 7, 1971 Unemployment is at 6%. The energy Act Bill of 1971. 4:20
Tape 091 June 13, 1971 Revenue Sharing. 4:40
Tape 092 June 20, 1971 Campaign Expenses: People buying an Office. 4:30
Tape 093 June 27, 1971 Family Assistance Plan: A plan in which a welfare benefit is reduced after work is found or they are not looking for work. 4:50
Tape 094 July 4, 1971 Independence Day. 4:50
Tape 095 July 11, 1971 Value systems of ones self. 4:10
Tape 096 July 18, 1971 Trip to Africa and Spain: Trip headed by Secretary of Ag. Harbin. King of Maraca is killed in a bombing. 4:55
Tape 097 July 25, 1971 Explanation of Parliamentary Procedures. How Congress works and how a law is made. 4:50
Tape 098 August 1, 1971 Pollution: A haze over the East Cost. 4:50
Tape 099 August 8, 1971 Economy. 4:50
Tape 100 August 15, 1971 Traveling to the District: Trouble in the 8th district. 4:10
Tape 101 August 22, 1971 Talking about the Presidential Election of 1972. 4:40
Tape 102 August 29, 1971 Government Problems. 4:50
Tape 103 September 5, 1971 Nixon's economics wage freeze. 4:00
Tape 104 September 12, 1971 Return of the 173rd Airborne to Fort Campbell. 3:55
Tape 105 September 19, 1971 Pesticide Bill. 4:10
Tape 106 September 26, 1971 National Health Care Plan. 4:05
Tape 107 October 2, 1971 Wage Freeze. 4:50
Tape 108 October 10, 1971 Federal Comparability Pay Raise. 4:30
Tape 109 October 17, 1971 Consumer Production Act of 1971. 4:30
Tape 110 October 17, 1971 Program of cotton and feed grain for 1972
Tape 111 October 31, 1971 Alaska: Payment to the Natives. Secretary of Interior Udall. 4:50
Tape 112 November 6, 1971 United Nations: some people wants to leave the United Nations. 4:30
Tape 113 November 14, 1971 Prayer Amendment did not pass. 4:30
Tape 114 November 21, 1971 Election Campaign Spending on Television and Special Groups. 4:30
Tape 115 November 28, 1971 Farm Credit Bill. 4:30
Tape 116 December 5, 1971 Aid for Farmers in the Case of an Emergency. 4:30
Tape 117 December 13, 1971 Economic Situation. 4:50
Tape 118 December 19, 1971 Tax Laws; To Reduce Tax and other Tax Breaks. 4:50
Tape 119 December 19, 1971 Years End. New Year Outlook. 4:35
Tape 120 January 1, 1972 Kefauver-A Book about the Senate. 4:50
Tape 121 January 9, 1972 Nation Health Care Plan. 4:30
Tape 122 January 15, 1972 Congress: Secession and Problems Facing America. 4:30
Tape 123 January 22, 1972 State of the Union. 4:30
Tape 124 January 30, 1972 Fiscal Year of 1973 Budget. 4:50
Tape 125 February 13, 1972 National Debt and Unemployment. 4:30
Tape 126 February 20, 1972 Youth Conservation Corporation. 4:50
Tape 127 February 27, 1972 Merchant Marina Academy. 4:30
Tape 128 March 26, 1972 Bussing of School Children. 4:50
Tape 129 April 2, 1972 Water Pollution. 4:30
Tape 130 April 9, 1972 Cherry Blossom Festival. 4:50
Tape 131 April 16, 1972 Invitation to see Washington D.C. and to see Ed Jones' Office. 4:00
Tape 132 April 23, 1972 Nomination to the U.S. Military Academies. 3:35
Tape 133 April 30, 1972 Sharing Bill. 4:50
Tape 134 May 28, 1972 Higher Education. 4:30
Tape 135 May 31, 1972 Special Report: Re-election Announcement of Ed Jones. 4:50
Tape 136 May 28, 1972 Occupational Safety and Health Act. 4:50
Tape 137 June 11, 1972 Higher Education Act and Bussing Issues. 4:30
Tape 138 June 26, 1972 Revenue Sharing Bill. 4:05
Tape 139 July 3, 1972 Ed Jones Votes Against the: Higher Education Bill, Sharing Bill, and National Debt Bill. 4:20
Tape 140 July 19, 1972 Closing the Finical Year of 1972. 4:20
Tape 141 August 6, 1972 Social Security and is it Really Working. 4:50
Tape 142 August 14, 1972 Rural Development Act of 1972. 4:50
Tape 143 August 21, 1972 Revenue Sharing Bill. 4:50
Tape 144 August 22, 1972 School Bussing Bill. 3:30
Tape 145 September 4, 1972 The Naiads Raiders Interview. 3:30
January 23, 1987 Clear Water Act and Service Transportation Act Bills. 4:50
February 1, 1987 Interest of the Clean Water Act. 4:55
February 8, 1987 Pay raises for Congress and other Government Workers. 4:50
February 15, 1987 State of the Union. 4:50
February 22, 1987 The Elimination of Vo-Tech Funding. 4:50
March 1, 1987 Sell of Guns to Iran: Lt. Col. North. 4:30
March 15, 1987 Programs for Veterans. 4:30
March 22, 1987 Banking Legislation. 4:50
March 29, 1987 Budget for Fascicle Year 1988. 4:50
April 12, 1987 Vote to Overturn the Veto on the Highway Bill. 4:30
April 26, 1987 Sentencing for Federal Crimes. 4:30
May 3, 1987 Iran-Contra Affair. 4:50
May 10, 1987 The Federal Debt Limit. 4:50
May 19, 1987 Super Collider. 4:50
May 22, 1987 Give Educational Benefits to all U.S. Veterans. 4:50
May 31, 1987 Iraq Attacks the USS Stark. 4:50
June 7, 1987 Drug Free American. 4:50
June 14, 1987 Speed Limit Increases. 4:50
June 21, 1987 Health Care for Veterans. 4:50
June 28, 1987 Truth in Saving Bill; Making Banks show Their % Rate in Savings Accounts. 4:50
July 5, 1987 Grain Inspections in New Orleans. 4:50
July 12, 1987 The Great Compromise of 1787: The writing of the Constitution. 4:50
July 19, 1987 Vote for a 90 day Delay on Kuwait Oil. 4:30
July 26, 1987 Ban Sell on Toshiba Products. 4:50
August 8, 1987 Protect Medicare. 4:50
August 9, 1987 Banking Bill. 4:30
August 16, 1987 August Recess and the Testimony of Lt. Col. North. 4:25
August 23, 1987 Bar-B-Q in West Tennessee. 4:30
August 30, 1987 Acid Rain Pollution. 4:50
September 6, 1987 Americans that can't Read and Write. 4:30
September 13, 1987 The Members of the Convention that signed the Constitution. 4:50
September 20, 1987 The Passage of the Textile act of 1987. 4:50
September 27, 1987 Medicare Protection Act: The reduce or end of Second Insurance Company. 4:50
October 4, 1987 Airline Protection Act. 4:50
October 11, 1987 Ban all Imports from Iran. 4:50
November 8, 1987 Reduce the Federal Budget by 23 Billion Dollars. 4:50
November 15, 1987 Veterans Day. 4:50
November 22, 1987 Thanksgiving. 4:50
November 29, 1987 Farm Bill Enacted in 1985. To Stop Erosion and Water Pollution. 4:50
December 6, 1987 Extent the "Older Americans Act of 1965" by Four Years. 4:30
December 13, 1987 Summit Meeting Between Reagan and Gorbachev. 4:50
December 20, 1987 Christmas. 4:50
December 27, 1987 The Conference of Aquiculture. 4:50
January 3, 1988 Update on the Air Traffic Control System. 4:50
January 10, 1988 Tennessee Valley Authority Case Settlement. 4:50
January 17, 1988 Start Working on the Budget for. 1989 4:30
January 24, 1988 Bill to Keep the Federal Government from Contracting and Getting Service from the Japanese Companies. 4:50
January 31, 1988 State of the Union Speech. 4:50
February 7, 1988 Trade Relations: United States and Canada Trade Agreement. 4:50
February 14, 1988 President's Day. 4:30
February 21, 1988 State Radon Program of 1987. 4:30
February 28, 1988 Budget Proposal. 4:50
March 6, 1988 Banking Powers. 4:30
March 13, 1988 Postal Service: New Management. 4:50
March 21, 1988 The Situation Between Panama an the United States. 4:50
March 27, 1988 Diesel Fuel Tax. 4:30
April 3, 1988 Trade Bill. 4:50
April 10, 1988 Bill of Rights for Tax Payers. 4:50
April 17, 1988 A Bill to allow Banks and Securities to Work Together. 4:50
April 24, 1988 Arm Service Bill of 1988. 4:50
May 1, 1988 Veterans and Better Health Care for Them. 4:50
May 8, 1988 Workers Keep Retirement Funds Between Job. 4:50
May 15, 1988 Trade Talk with Japan. 4:50
May 22, 1988 The Passing of the Drug Bill. 4:50
May 29, 1988 Pell Grants and GSL Programs for College Students. 4:50
June 5, 1988 Health Bill. 4:50
June 12, 1988 Flag Day. 4:30
June 19, 1988 Drought of 1988. 4:50
June 28, 1988 Rural Development. 4:50
July 3, 1988 4th of July. 4:50
July 10, 1988 Iraqi Plane Shot Down. 4:50
July 17, 1988 First Convention in Atlanta for the Presidential Election. 4:50
July 24, 1988 Day-Care Programs. 4:30
July 31, 1988 Drought Assistance Act of 1988. 4:50
August 7, 1988 Defense needs P.A.N. fiber Substance. 4:50
August 14, 1988 Tax Bill for Farmers and Cattle Ranchers. 4:50
August 28, 1988 Labor Day Week-end and Celebration: Legislator's Bar-B-Q. 4:50
August 21, 1988 Drugs and Problems; Drug Bill. 4:50
September 4, 1988 P.O.W. and K. I. A.'s in Viet-Nam. 4:30
September 11, 1988 Loans and Grants for the 8th District. 4:50
September 18, 1988 Food Prices Brought by the Drought of 1988. 4:50
September 25, 1988 Finishing the 100th Congressional Bills. 4:50
October 2, 1988 Extent Training 3 years for Health Profession. 4:50
October 9, 1988 Veterans Review Act. 4:50
October 16, 1988 Welfare System Reform. 4:50
October 23, 1988 Bill to Study Rayon. 4:25
October 30, 1988 Charge Card Bill: In Order to Make Them Put the A.P.R. on the Application. 4:50
November 6, 1988 Veterans Day. 4:30
November 11, 1988 Issues of the 100th Congress. 4:50
November 20, 1988 Thanksgiving. 4:30
November 27, 1988 Drug Bill. 4:50
December 4, 1988 Tax Payers Bill of Rights. 4:50
December 11, 1988 101st Congress. 4:30
December 18, 1988 Christmas. 4:30
December 25, 1988 Farewell. 4:50
Tape A Statement on Robert Everett for use by Wenk as part at their documentary. 4:30
Tape B V.F.W. Convention in Washington D.C. 4:50
Tape C New 7th District: Protect the Outdoors and Environment. 4:50
Tape E Sharing Bill. 4:30
Tape G President Reagan Fuel Oil Prices. 4:30
Tape H Ed Jones announces He will run for a 6th Term. 4:30
Tape J The U.S. Retaliate for Iraq firing on a Kuwait Ship. 4:50
Tape K Interview with Mr. May of Jackson. Mr. May is to Testify on Forestry. 4:50

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