CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 25

Box 26: Agriculture (1957) - Commerce (1957).

F 1: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Kiamichi Soil Conservation District work.

a. Report: Activities of the Kiamichi Soil Conservation District (1956).  Seventeen pages.

b. Newsletter: Kiamichi Soil Conservation District.

F 2: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Oklahoma watershed programs.

a. Report: Ray Walker (Oklahoma State Conservationist), re the flood situation in Oklahoma and the work of the Soil Conservation Service in this field.  Presented to state subcommittee on floods.  Four pages.

b. Correspondence re Oklahoma watershed projects and soil conservation.

F 3: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Oklahoma Small Watershed Program.

a. Newsletter: National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, re Army Corps of Engineers involvement with small watershed projects.

b. Progress report of the small watershed program of Oklahoma.  Four pages.

c. List of the watersheds approved for planning assistance as of 4-29-57.

d. Watershed development map.

F 4: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Salt Creek Conservancy District.

a. Correspondence re establishment, organization, and approval of the Salt Creek Conservancy.

b. Report: "Salt Creek Conservancy District."  Re responsibilities and duties of the district; includes list of the present offices.  Two pages.

F 5: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Sandstone Creek Watershed.

Report: Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Special Storm Report - Storm of April 18, 1957, Sandstone Creek Watershed, Oklahoma Tributary of the Washita River."  Re rainfall amount, intensity, and effect on the watershed.  Includes maps and tables. Seven pages.

F 6: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Talks, etc.

a. Talk: Cyril Luker (Assistant to the Administrator for the Great Plains Conservation Program, Soil Conservation Service): "Progress under Public Las 1021."  Delivered at a meeting of the Great Plains Agricultural Council, Custer, South Dakota, July 25-27, 1957.  Re purpose of Public Law 1021 and how it will affect the farmer.  Nine pages.

b. Talk: Donald A. Williams (Administrator Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture): "Conservation for Dry Years and Wet."  Delivered at the annual meeting of the Oklahoma Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, January 14, 1957.  Discusses such topics as watershed programs in the Great Plains, importance of district leadership and watershed development.  Twelve pages.

c. Talk: Donald A. Williams (Administrator, Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture): "A Partnership for Conservation."  Delivered at the annual convention of the National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, St. Louis, Missouri, February 4, 1957.  Discusses the partnership between county, state, and federal bureaus of the Soil Conservation Service.  Eleven pages.

d. Speech: Frederick Brown Harris (Chaplain, U. S.  Senate): "Giving America Away." Congressional Record extract.  Vol. 103, No. 26 (February 18, 1952).

e. Report of House Document No. 221, which appeared in the July 31, 1953 edition of the Congressional Record.  The document contained a message from President Dwight Eisenhower re the importance of conserving our natural resources.  He also speaks about national forests and the care of Indian lands.

F 7: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Turkey Creek Watershed.

General storm report.  Storm of May 15-16, Turkey Creek watershed, Oklahoma tributary of the Cimarron River.  Prepared by U. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Stillwater, Oklahoma.  Re the amount of rain and the damage done to the watershed.  Maps, charts, and tables.  Eight pages.

F 8: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Upper Clear Boggy Creek Watershed.

a. Correspondence re approval of assistance for the Upper Clear Boggy Creek Watershed.

b. List of pertinent information about the Upper Clear Boggy Creek Watershed.

F 9: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Washita River Watershed report.

Report: Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Stillwater, Oklahoma: "General Storm Report Storm of May 17-18, 1957.  Report of a General Survey of Fourteen Subwatersheds of the Washita River, from Chickasha to Sulpher, Oklahoma."  Details the effect the storm of May 17-18, 1957 had on this particular watershed system.  Includes maps, tables, and photographs.  Sixteen pages.

F 10: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Watershed programs:  national.

a. Booklet: Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Facts About the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act" (January, 1957).  Fourteen pages.  This booklet explains what a watershed is, how to apply for assistance and how to set one up.

b. Article: Tarlton Jenkins: "Something Is Happening in Our Small Watersheds."  Soil Conservation (May, 1957).  Re certain successful watershed projects around the country and how they have helped out the surrounding residents.  Four pages.

c. Release: Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture: "Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Moves Ahead" (April, 1957).  This letter deals mainly with the increased number of applications for watershed assistance that Washington, D.C. has refused.  Two pages.

F 11: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Soil Conservation Service:  Whitegrass-Waterhole Creek Project.

Correspondence re application for the Whitegrass-Waterhole Creek watershed project.

F 12: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Waterfowl.

a. Report: Soil Bank Committee for the Technical Section, to the Mississippi Flyway Waterfowl Council, St. Louis, Missouri: "Making the Soil Bank Program Effective for Waterfowl."  (June, 1951).  Re ways farmers can help preserve wildlife.  Six pages.

b. Paper: Dr. J. H. Shaeffer (Chairman, North and South Dakota Emergency Conservation Committee): "Department of Agriculture Draining Subsidies Are Scuttling Waterfowl." Delivered at the 22nd North American Wildlife Conference, March 4, 5, 6, 1957, Washington, D.C.  This paper describes how USDA programs are endangering the country's wildlife.  Six pages.

F 13: Agriculture, Department of (1957).  Wheat/Grains. 

a. Correspondence from Union Equity Coop protesting changing from bushels to hundred-weight weighing system.  Also discusses price supports, with an attached page stating the coop's views.

b. Report: U. S. Department of Agriculture: "USDA to Relax Price Support Requirements for Light Weight Wheat."  One page.

F 14: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  General.

a. Correspondence re Air Force's wasteful use of water at an air base and the possibility of turning over the Ardmore Air Force Base to the city.

b. List of the delegation to Washington regarding Douglas Aircraft Plant.  One page.

c. Douglas Aircraft Company Newspaper and advertisement.

F 15: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  General materials.

a. Correspondence re family housing at the Base.

b. Newspaper articles from Daily Ardmoreite and New York Times re family housing situation at the Base.

c. Handwritten note re Base from J. Chaffis.

F 16: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Housing project for base.  Correspondence (A-E).

Correspondence for and against the proposed Ardmore Air Force Base Housing Project.

F 17: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Housing project for base.  Correspondence (F-Q).

Correspondence for and against the proposed Ardmore A.F.B. housing project.

F 18: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Housing project for base.  Correspondence (R-W).

Correspondence for and against the proposed Ardmore A.F.B. housing project.

F 19: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Housing project for base.  Correspondence.

Correspondence for the proposed Ardmore Air Force housing project: multiple names and petitions.

F 20: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  CA speech.

Re Ardmore Air Force Base delivered May 15, 1957 by CA.  Seven pages.  Contains the history, the present, and future plans of the Ardmore Air Force Base.

F 21: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Albert office memos.

a. Memos from CA's desk concerning the Ardmore Air Force Base.

b. Newspaper article: Daily Ardmoreite re reassignment of Brig. General Cecil H. Childs, commander of Ardmore A.F.B.

F 22: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Proposed closing.  Correspondence (A-D).

Correspondence from constituents concerning the Ardmore Air Force Base.  All of the correspondence is for the permanent establishment of the Base.

F 23: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Proposed closing.  Correspondence (F-S).

a. Letter: Maj. Gen. Joe W. Kelly (Director, Legislative Liaison), re Air force plans to close Ardmore Air Force Base in the summer of 1959 (May 3, 1957).  One page.

b. Resolution 1291: Mayor and City Commissioners of Ardmore: asking that the Air Force amend its directive calling for the closing of the Ardmore A.F.B.

c. Correspondence concerning the Air Force directive that Ardmore A.F.B. be closed.  All the correspondence was against the measure to terminate the Base.

F 24: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Proposed closing.  Data.

a. Report: no author indicated: "Material on Ardmore Air Force Base."  Re feasibility of lengthening the runways at the Base.  Most of the information was obtained by Lockheed Aircraft.  Three pages.

b. Map of proposed runway sites at Ardmore A.F.B.

c. Report re demonstration of the Zephyr jet engine for commercial air transports at the Curtiss-Wright Research and development center at Quebanna, Pennsylvania.  One page.

d. Two charts compiled by the U.S.A.F. on landing and take-off distances.

e. Correspondence from Mike Monroney to General Joe W.  Kelley re lengthening the runways at Ardmore.

f. Newspaper article: "Power to 'Em!"  Daily Ardmoreite (Sunday, April 7, 1957).  Re delegation from Ardmore that went to Washington to find out the fate of the Base.

F 25: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  Proposed closing.  Departmental correspondence.

Correspondence re proposed closing of the Base.

F 26: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Ardmore Air Force Base:  General.

a. News Release: CA: re discussion with Secretary of the Air Force re Ardmore Air Force Base (September 4, 1957).  One page.

b. Report re status of the Ardmore A.F.B. (August 29, 1957).  Deals with Mike Monroney's and CA's meeting with Air Force Under Secretary Malcolm A. MacIntyre, Seven revised copies; each three pages long.

F 27: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Clinton/Sherman and Altus Air Force Bases.

Newspaper article: "Clinton, Altus Bases to Grow."  Daily Oklahoman (April 25, 1957).  Re planned expansion of Clinton-Sherman, and Altus Air Force Bases.

F 28: Air Force, Department of the (1957).  Constituent cases.

Correspondence from constituents concerned with different aspects of Air Force policy which have affected them in some way.

F 29: Army, Department of the (1957).  General. 

a. News release No. 926-57: Department of Defense: "Army to Close Three Industrial Plants; Activities at Five Plants to Be Reduced" (September 18, 1951).  Two pages.

b. Report: Office of the Chief of Legislative Liaison, Department of the Army, re status of federal munition drops (February 8, 1957).  One page.

c. Correspondence re obtaining of old artillery pieces for a park and obtaining a grave marker for a Confederate soldier.

F 30: Army, Department of the (1957).  Armories:  General.

a. Report: Donald T. Kellett (Chief of Legislative Liaison, U. S. Army) re establishing four new Army reserve armories in Oklahoma (October 10, 1957).  Two pages.

b. Press release re proposed Army reserve armories in Oklahoma (October 22, 1957).  Two pages.

c. General inter-office memos concerning armories located in Oklahoma.

F 31: Army, Department of the (1957).  Armories:  Antlers.

a. Report re status of Oklahoma army reserve armories to be released to the Antler paper (October 22, 1957).  Two pages.

b. General correspondence re proposed armory at Antlers.

F 32: Army, Department of the (1957).  Armories:  Ardmore.

a. General correspondence re proposed construction of the Ardmore Armory.

b. Newspaper article: "$216,000 Army Reserve Plant to Be Constructed in Ardmore."  Daily Ardmoreite (April 30, 1957).

F 33: Army, Department of the (1957).  Armories:  Durant.

a. Report: Col. Kellet ( ) re status of the Durant Armory.  One page.

b. Report: Col. Walter (Legislative Liaison) re possible deferment of the Durant Armory (April 4, 1957). One page.

c. Newspaper article: "Reserve Corps Armory Could Start in July."  Durant Daily Democrat (March 30, 1951).

d. General correspondence re proposed Armory at Durant.

F 34: Army, Department of the (1957).  Armories:  McAlester.

a. Transcript: conversation between CA and Col. Daugherty (Corps of Engineers) in McAlester re appropriations for the McAlester Armory (September 23, 1957).  Two pages.

b. Press release No. 209-57: Department of Defense: listing 56 new Army reserve centers, the location, and the amount of money appropriated for each one (March 12, 1957).  Three pages.

c. General correspondence re McAlester Armory.

F 35: Army, Department of the (1957).  Army schools overseas.

Booklet: Department of the Army: "Opportunities for Educators with Army's Dependents Schools Overseas for the 1957-58 Academic Year" (December 14, 1956).  Lists the rules and requirements to be accepted to teach overseas in the Army dependents school.  Twelve pages.

F 36: Army, Department of the (1957).

Correspondence re obtaining Army Reserve Unit.

F 37: Army, Department of the (1957).  Constituent cases.

Cases from constituents dealing with the Department of the Army.

F 38: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  General.

Correspondence re U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and Willis Bridge.

F 39: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Arkansas River Bank Stabilization Program.

Correspondence re obtaining funds to help proposed Arkansas River bank stabilization project.  Map enclosed showing the damaged areas and the proposed route the river would be changed to.

F 40: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Arkansas River Navigation Project.

Report: Committee on Waterway Projects, Zone Twelve, Association of American Railroads.  Includes two statements: 1.  Supplemental Statement Concerning the Arkansas River Navigation Project Filed with the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, on Behalf of Interested Railroads, by the Chairman, Zone Twelve, Committee on Waterway Projects Association of American Railroads; 2.  A synopsis of this supplemental statement.  Eighteen pages.

F 41: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Boggy Creek (Boswell Reservoir).

a. Notice of public hearing with reference to a received report of Boggy Creek Oklahoma Tributary of Red River.  Submitted by the U. S. Army Engineer District, Tulsa Corps of Engineers (November 6, 1956).  One page.

b. Mailing list for notice of public hearing with reference to a review report of Boggy Creek, Oklahoma (tributary of Red River) to be held at Hugo, Oklahoma, December 11, 1957.  Ten pages.

c. Presentation of F. C. Dunaway to public hearing on Boswell Reservoir, Boggy Creek, Hugo, Oklahoma (December 11, 1957).

F 42: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Cimarron River. 

Correspondence thanking the Congressmen from Oklahoma for their part in the research done on the proposition of placing dams on the old Cimarron River.

F 43: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers: Cottage Site leases.

a. Correspondence re obtaining cottage site leases on the Oklahoma side of Lake Texoma.

b. Newspaper clipping: "Texoma Home Cites Can Be Bought Now."  Durant Daily Democrat (August 9, 1956).

F 44: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Employment opportunities.

Correspondence re employment opportunities with the Corps of Engineers at the Eufaula Dam and Reservoir project.

F 45: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Eufaula Dam and Reservoir.

a. Report: Col. Daugherty (Tulsa Corps of Engineers) re Eufaula Dam and Reservoir project, (September 23, 1957).  Four pages.

b. Press release: CA: re CA's requesting additional funds for Eufaula dam and reservoir project and other state construction projects.  (January 17, 1957).  Two pages.

c. Correspondence re location of water lines which will be formed by the Eufaula Dam.

F 46: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Hickory Creek.

Correspondence re investigation of Hickory Creek, Love County, Oklahoma, for flood control and other purposed by the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army.  The proposed dam was defeated.

F 47: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Kiamichi watershed.

Telegram with notification from Major General Walter K.  Wilson of expected completion date of the Kiamichi watershed project.

F 48: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Lake Texoma (Denison Reservoir).

a. Correspondence re lease negotiations between residents of Lake Texhoma and the government, discussion with the Corps of Engineers on the matter of the access roadway from Highway 70, flooding of Pennington Creek.

b. Map of area surrounding Durant Boat Club.

F 49: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Oklahoma Ordnance Works.

Correspondence re cancellation of the nitroguanidine project at the Oklahoma Ordnance Works southeast of Pryor.

F 50: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Recreational uses at projects.

a. News release No. 348-57: Department of Defense: "New Public Attendance Record Set at Army Engineer Projects" (April 21, 1957). One page.

b. Correspondence re land acquisition and development policies of Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation.

F 51: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Southwestern floods.

a. News release No. 634-57: Department of Defense: "Army Engineers Plan to Release Southwestern Flood Water Catch" (June 21, 1957).  Two pages.

b. Report: Office, Chief of Engineers: "Preliminary Report on Floods in the Southwestern States" (June 14, 1957).  Four pages.

c. Reports: separate two-page reports on each major river basin accompanying the report in "b" above.  The major river basins mentioned are White River basin, Arkansas River basin, Trinity River basin, Brazos River basin, and other Texas river basins.

F 52: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Tulsa Office.

Correspondence re proposed reduction of personnel at the Tulsa district office of the Army Corps of Engineers.  Also discussed are proposed budget increases.

F 53: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Warren's Bend, Red River.

Correspondence re proposed construction of a dam on the Red River near Warren's Bend.

F 54: Army, Department of the (1957).  Corps of Engineers:  Wister Dam.

Correspondence re refunding of land lease money from Government to an individual because of flooding on that land; inquiry about renewing a lease.

F 55: Army, Department of the (1957).  Fort Sill:  general.

News Release No. 1021-57: Department of Defense: "Strengths at Army Posts to be Reduced; First Armored Division to be Inactivated" (October 18, 1957).  Details approximate decreases in Army posts by June 30, 1958.  Two pages.

F 56: Army, Department of the (1957).  Fort Sill:  Proposed expansion.

a. Letters in opposition to the proposed expansion of Fort Sill Military Base.

b. Editorial: "Beside the Point." Lawton Constitution December 26, 1957.  Re reasons why Fort Sill should be allowed to acquire the disputed land in Kiowa County.

c. Report: "Kiowa County Statistics, 1957."  Re Estimated gross income from agriculture.  Information obtained from the county ASC office, the Federal Statistician, and the Census Bureau.  One page.

d. Map and one-half page report entitled "SOS from the Shortgrass, Calling All America."

F 57: Army, Department of the (1957).  Girard case.

a. Correspondence re whether Specialist William Girard should be tried in America or Japanese courts.  Every letter is against trying him in Japan.

b. House Resolution No. 276 stating since William Girard committed a crime in the performance of his duty he should be tried by American authorities.

c. News release, re United States Government position on the William Girard case (June 4, 1957).  Four pages.

d. Newsletter: "National Legislative Bulletin" (June 17, 1957).  Re different aspects of the William Girard case.  Four pages.

e. Newsletter: Southern States Industrial Council: "Sensing the News" written by Thurman Sensing (July 28, 1957).  Re case of William Girard.

F 58: Army, Department of the (1957).  Judge Advocate Nonresident Training Programs.

a. Report: Judge Advocate General's School, U. S. Army re Judge Advocate Nonresident Training Programs (March 6, 1957).  Two pages.

b. Pamphlet: "Judge Advocate Nonresident Training Programs, Extension Course Program, USAR School Program, Integrated Program" (October 1, 1956).

F 59: Army, Department of the (1957).  Reserve program.

a. Fact Sheet re Department of the Army plan for reorganization of the Reserve Components of the U. S. Army.  Three pages.

b. Correspondence from William M. Brucker, Secretary of the Army, to CA, re Army Reserve program.

c. Report: Department of the Army: "Chairs Available to Fulfill Enlisted Service Obligation in the Active Army and its Reserve Components" (March 8, 1957).

F 60: Atomic Energy Commission (1957). 

a. Speech: Harold S. Varce (Member, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission): "Hazards and Safety Factors of Nuclear Power." Delivered before the National Board of Fire Underwriters, May 23, 1957, New York City.  Fourteen pages.

b. Article: "Cost Pinch Slows Atomic Power."  Business Week (October 12, 1957).  Two pages.

c. Newsletter: Fred Marshall's week in Congress for the week of August 3, 1957 re radioactive fallout.

d. Correspondence re employment with Atomic Energy Commission, the danger of radioactive fallout and correspondence from the Power Reactor Development Company disputing charges of poor workmanship.

F 61: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Bureau materials.

Document recipt of the 1958 from the Bureau of the Budget.

F 62: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Government spending:  Correspondence and data (A-C).

Correspondence re 1958 budget and how the federal government needed to reduce spending.

F 63: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Government spending:  Correspondence and data (D-Hi).

a. Press release: Charles R. Hoeven (U. S. Representative, Iowa, Chairman of the House Republican Conference) announcing a resolution calling for a sharp reduction in government spending.

b. Correspondence re 1958 budget and how the government needs to reduce it.

F 64: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Government spending:  Correspondence and data (Ho-Ni).

a. Speech: Mendel Rivers (U. S. Representative - South Carolina): "Mixed Schools and Mixed Blood." Extension of Remarks (January 22, 1957).  Congressional Record extract.

b. Correspondence re 1958 budget and how the government needs to reduce it.

F 65: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Government spending:  Correspondence and data (O-R).

Correspondence re 1958 budget and the need to reduce it.

F 66: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Government spending:  Correspondence and data (S-Z).

a. Transcript: radio program dialogue between Spruille Braden, former ambassador to Columbia, Cuba, and Argentina, and Clarence E. Manion, re financial aid.

b. Transcript: copy of Clarence E. Manion's radio program for the week February 3, 1957: "Middle East Rat Hole for Your Money."

c.  Correspondence re 1958 budget and the need to reduce it.

F 67: Budget, Bureau of the (1957).  Government spending:  Statements, clippings, etc.

a. News release: Senator Robert S. Kerr re President Eisenhower's policies on the environment (January 24, 1951.  Three pages.

b. Congressional Record (April 18, 1952).

c. Pamphlet: "Additional Report of the Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures Congress of the United States" (April, May, 1957).  Ten pages.

d. Press release: Senator Harry F. Byrd (Chairman, Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures) (July 1, 1957).  Two pages.

e. Newspaper clippings re inflation, tax cuts, and unemployment benefits, all from the Daily Oklahoman.

F 68: Civil Service Commission (1957).  Announcements and general.

a. Letter from the Civil Services Commission concerning appointments to the service academies.  Included is a sample test, list of test sites, and a appointment sheet.

b. Report: Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, U. S. Naval Ammunition Depot, McAlester, Oklahoma, re minimum wage for civil service workers (April 10, 1957).  One page.

c. Announcement: Board of Civil Service Examinations, U. A. Civil Service Commission re ... salaries of engineers(March 26, 1957).

F 69: Civil Service Commission (1957).  Constituent cases and requests (Allred - Manning). 

Correspondence discussed constituent cases with the civil service.

F 70: Civil Service Commission (1957).  Constituent cases and requests (Marr - Whetsel).

Correspondence concerning constituent cases dealing with civil service procedures for 1957.

F 71: Civil Defense Administration (1957).  General.

a. Correspondence re proposed location of regional civil defense headquarters in Ardmore and a constituent's calling for stronger civil defense.

b. Booklet: "Federal Assistance in National Disasters" (1957).  Sixteen pages.

F 72: Civil Defense Administration (1957).  Oklahoma tornado damage.

a. Correspondence re possibility of obtaining federal disaster aid for the town of Durant after it was hit by a tornado.

F 73: Civil Defense Administration (1957).  Oklahoma flood damage.

a. Correspondence re confirmation of federal aid from the Civil Defense Administration for flood damaged areas of Oklahoma.

b. Minutes: Oklahoma State USDA Disaster Committee Meeting (June 20, 1957).  Attached "Special Report no. 220" concerning reports from 73 countries on flood damage.  Total of four pages.

c. List of all cities and or counties which applied for aid under Public Law 875.  Three revised copies.

F 74: Commerce, Department of (1957). Area Development, Office of.

a. Correspondence re Oklahoma New Technology Show of March 10-17.

b. Program from the Oklahoma New Technology Show.  Four pages.

c. Report: Department of Commerce: "A Program of Locally Sponsored Technological Exhibits to Help Stimulate Business and Employment" (May 19, 1956).  Twelve pages.

F 75: Commerce, Department of (1957). Census, Bureau of the:  Census reports.

a. Summary of selected statistics from the 1954 Census of Agriculture.  One page.

b. Booklet: Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce: "Selected Statistics for Congressional Districts."

F 76: Commerce, Department of (1956-7). Census, Bureau of the.  Constituent requests for data.

Correspondence re searching for lost birth certificates, establishing correct age, and problems concerning the Census Bureau.

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