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Box 57 - Atomic Energy (1972) -Public Works: Water Pollution (1972). (92nd Congress: 1972)
F1 Atomic Energy (1972).
Folder includes Atomic Energy Commission lecture series on “This Atomic World.”
F2 Banking and Currency (1972).
Topics include pay increase for the federal blue collar workers; interest rates; community development; Federal Title Insurance program; interest rates on escrow funds; Housing and Urban Development Act of 1972; Emergency Community Facilities and Public Investment Act of 1972; Community Development Revenue Sharing Bill; highway trust fund; “Bank Secrecy Act;” foundations; Temporary Extension of the FHA Mortgage Insurance Authority Report; and Strategic Reserve Bill. Correspondents include Wright Patman; Leonor K. Sullivan; Carl Albert; American Nursing Home Association; Oklahoma State Home Builders Association; Don Whitaker, Mayor of Lawton; Gerald R. Ford; John B. Anderson; Leslie C. Arends; Garry Brown; James O. Baird, president Oklahoma Christian College; and Jim Thorpe Athletic Award Committee.
F3 District of Columbia (1972).
Folder includes correspondence on home rule and real estate tax exemption for national headquarters for National Society Colonial Dames XVIII Century.
F4 Education and Labor: Folder 1 of 2 (1972).
Topics include higher education funding; student aid; mine safety; Overseas Education Association; Public Broadcasting Bill; non-profit hospitals; The Comprehensive Headstart, Child Development, and Family Service Act of 1972; Mobile Teacher’s Retirement Assistance Act; Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1972; vocational and technical education; workmen’s compensation; and Right to Work Bill. Correspondents include William E. Sims, president Langston University; State of Oklahoma Department of Mines; Leadership Conference on Civil Rights; AFL-CIO; and American Federation of Teachers.
F5 Education and Labor: Folder 2 of 2 (1972).
Topics include Office of Equal Opportunity; safety and health regulations; operation of nursing homes; Comprehensive Manpower and Employment Act of 1972; Nurse Training Act of 1971; veterans’ employment services; EEOC; national health insurance plans; compulsory arbitration; and National Defense Education Act. Correspondents include William D. Ford; Peter A. Peyser; American Legion, Department of Oklahoma; Oklahoma AFL-CIO; and David Hall, Governor of Oklahoma.
F6 Education and Labor: Dock Strike (1972).
Topics include The Emergency Public Interest Protection Act of 1971. Correspondents include Oklahoma Wheat Commission; Oklahoma Wheat Growers; and Dewey Bartlett.
F7 Education and Labor: Higher Education Act (1972).
Topics include Education Amendment Act of 1972; opportunities for Indians; and vocational education. Correspondents include American Association of Community and Junior Colleges; Paul F. Sharp, president University of Oklahoma; and Roman C. Pucinski.
F8 Education and Labor: Minimum Wage: Folder 1 of 2 (1972).
Topics include Fair Labor Standards Amendments of 1971; Economic Stabilization Act; inflation; exempt ambulance services from minimum wage; small business; and minimum wage for youth. Correspondents include Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association; Carl D. Perkins; Lintz Department Stores; AFSCME AFL-CIO; John N. Erlenborn; Don Fuqua; Albert H. Quie; Oklahoma Restaurant Association; Democratic Study Group; Oklahoma Farm Bureau; National Retail Merchants Association; and American Association of University Women.
F9 Education and Labor: Minimum Wage: Folder 2 of 2 (1972).
Topics include firefighters; youth minimum wage; and Erlenborn Amendment. Correspondents include Carl Albert; Chamber of Commerce of the United States; Lintz Department Stores; American Retail Federation; Oklahoma Farm Bureau; Oklahoma Press Association; John N. Erlenborn; American Farm Bureau Federation; and Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce.
F10 Education and Labor: Occupational Safety and Health Act (1972).
Topics include OSHA and small business; home health services; and OSHA Amendments of 1972. Correspondents include O. C. Fisher; Oklahoma Lumbermen’s Association; and Oklahoma State Department of Health.
F11 Foreign Affairs (1972).
Topics include Panama Canal; Foreign Trade Investment Act; Foreign Relations Authorization Act of 1972; foreign aid and Hamilton-Whalen provisions; SALT; and most-favored-nation trade advantage. Correspondents include American Israel Public Affairs Committee and Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregation of America.
F12 Government Operations (1972).
Topics include reorganization of the Cabinet; sale of federal buildings to states and municipalities; Department of Agriculture Reorganization Bill; selection of architectural and engineering services for federal construction projects; Community Development Bill; government surplus properties; and seniority system in Congress. Correspondents include David Hall, Governor of Oklahoma; State of Oklahoma Department of Highways; Oklahoma Good Roads and Street Association; National Society of Professional Engineers; The American Institute of Architects; and Robert B. Kamm, president Oklahoma State University.
F13 House Administration (1972).
Topics include rental of District Offices and Electronic Voting Systems. Correspondents include Wayne L. Hays.
F14 Interior and Insular Affairs (1972).
Topics include Weather Modification and Precipitation Management Act of 1972; Buffalo National River; Indian Business Development Program; national parks; predatory animals; Alaskan oil pipeline; Indian Claims Commission; preservation of historical and archaeological data; Mount Vernon view; surface mining ban; Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission; Menominee Restoration Act; Authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to Engage in Feasibility Investigations of Certain Potential Water Resource Developments Report; and geothermal energy. Correspondents include The Scenic Rivers Association of Oklahoma; Osage Tribal Council; Don G. Wyckoff, Oklahoma State Archaeologist; Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation; Herschal Crow, Oklahoma State Senate; United Indian Tribes of Western Oklahoma and Kansas; Oklahoma Historical Society; and Alphonzo Bell.
F15 Interior and Insular Affairs: National Land Policy Planning and Management Act (1972).
Topics include public lands and management and Public land Policy Act. Correspondents include Sierra Club, Oklahoma Chapter; National Coalition for Land Reform; and Chamber of Commerce of the United States.
F16 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Folder 1 of 2 (1972).
Topics include labeling cosmetics; mental health included in national health insurance; Telephone Privacy Act; advertising of beer on television; Surface Transportation Act; Cyclamate Indemnification Bill; Consumer Product Safety Act of 1972; Airport Development Acceleration Act; and American Medical Association. Correspondents include National Association for Mental Health; Charles S. Gubser; National Standards Association; and Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce.
F17 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Folder 2 of 2 (1972).
Topics include Amtrak; Federal Elections Campaign Act of 1971; Truth in Labeling Act; Surface Transportation Act; exportation of cattle hides; National Transportation Act; Consumer Product Safety Act Report; noise regulations; Weather Modification and Precipitation Management Act of 1972; and 1970 Clean Air Act. Correspondents include Oklahoma Pharmaceutical Association and Oklahoma Delegation.
F18 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Carcalon or Krebiozen (1972).
Topics include FDA Fact Sheet.
F19 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Children's Dental Health Act (1972).
Topics include promotion of children’s dental health with the Children’s Dental Health Act of 1971 and fluoridation. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Dental Association.
F20 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Communication Act (1972).
Topics include amend the use of telephone calls in collecting debts.
F21 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Food Supplements (1972).
Topics include vitamins and minerals without doctor’s prescription.
F22 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: No Fault Auto Insurance (1972).
Correspondents include Blue Cross Association.
F23 Interstate and Foreign Commerce: Television Station Licensing (1972).
Topics include re-licensing and regulation of broadcasting facilities. Correspondents include Harley O. Staggers.
F24 Judiciary (1972).
Topics include Prayer Amendment; death penalty; gun control; Family Farm Act; polygraph examinations; federal habeas corpus; American Basketball Association and the Big Eight Conference college basketball recruiting; bankruptcy laws; Civil Rights Commission; nuisance suits; model shield law; abortion; and Juvenile and Adult Correctional Systems Improvement Act of 1973. Correspondents include Joint Washington Office for Social Concern; The United Presbyterian Church; Larry Derryberry, Attorney General Oklahoma; Emanuel Cellar; Big Eight Conference; Don Edwards; National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs; National Rifle Association of America; and John M. Murphy.
F25 Judiciary: Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act (1972).
Topics include provisions for assaulting a police officer.
F26 Judiciary: Territorial Allocation (1972).
Folder includes hearings books on Exclusive Territorial Allocation Legislation.
F27 Merchant Marine and Fisheries (1972).
Topics include sale of American passenger ships to foreign interests; pollution; Endangered Species Act; and nuclear power plants and environment. Correspondents include AFL-CIO Maritime Committee and Roy C. Boecher, Oklahoma State Senate.
F28 Merchant Marine and Fisheries: Federal Animal Damage Control Act (1972).
Topics include animal damage control program on public lands; predator control measures; and Federal Animal Damage Control Act of 1972 Report. Correspondents include Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
F29 Miscellaneous (1972).
Folder includes correspondence containing various issues within the same letter. Topics include EEOC; busing; national debt; Guam and Virgin Islands elected non-voting delegate; federal employment; foreign aid; health care; real estate brokers role; “draft dodgers;” tax law; capitol punishment; social security; cost of living; gun control; separation of church and state; State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act; Water Resources Council; and energy crisis. Correspondents include William L. Dickinson; Antonio B. Won Pat, representative Territory of Guam; National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs; Melvin H. Evans, Governor of Virgin Islands; Bob Sikes; Sons of the American Revolution, the Oklahoma Society; Oklahoma Postal Workers Union AFL-CIO; and American Public Power Association.
F30 Post Office and Civil Service (1972).
Topics include hazardous duty pay; retirement issues and federal credit; National Guard; Bank Concentration System; Age and Service Requirements for Civil Service Retirement Report; wage adjustments; mail rates; and non-profit mailing privileges. Correspondents include International Association of Firefighters; Association of Civilian Technicians; Oklahoma Council of Government Employees; Morris K. Udall; and Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
F31 Post Office and Civil Service: Health Benefits (1972).
Topics include inclusion of postal employees in the Civil Service bill and Federal Employee Health Benefits Act. Correspondents include Oklahoma Rural Letter Carriers Association; Government Employees Council, AFL-CIO;’ and Congressional Liaison to The Postmaster General.
F32 Post Office and Civil Service: Retirement Pay Recomputation (1972).
Topics include Prevailing Rate Equalization Adjustment Act of 1972 and Equitable Wage Adjustment for Certain Government Prevailing Rate Employee Report.
F33 Public Works (1972).
Topics include Interstate Highway Program; urban renewal; state enforcement; Hartke-Adams Surface Transportation Act; Transportation Crisis Prevention Act; and Federal Aid Highway Act of 1972. Correspondents include David Hall, Governor of Oklahoma; National Limestone Institute; William H. Harsha; and Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO.
F34 Public Works: Uniform Relocation Assistance Act (1972).
Topics include Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 and Uniform Relocation Assistance Report. Correspondents include Bill Brock and Robert Steele.
F35 Public Works: Water Pollution (1972).
Topics include Water Quality Standards Act and Water Pollution Control Act. Correspondents include Chamber of Commerce of the United States; Oklahoma Water Resources Board; League of Women Voters of Oklahoma; Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce; Oklahoma Municipal League; Cities Service Oil Company; Continental Oil Company; Larry Derryberry, Attorney General of Oklahoma; Clarence E. Miller; Jim Wright; Robert E. Jones; Robert A. Roe; and Harold T. (Bizz) Johnson.
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