Box 42: Labor (1962) - Agriculture (1963).
F 1 Labor, Department of (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: Supreme Court nomination; Department of Labor 50th Anniversary; training program for unemployed; on-campus placement offices; American Airlines; minimum wage law; supervisory unions; Kennedy vs. United States Steel; application for membership of the National Mediation Board; strike by 27,000 flight engineers;
b. Memorandum: re: delegation project; Boswell re-training application.
c. Regulation: re: Wage-hour for full-time students.
d. Newspaper clipping: re: minimum pay.
F 2 Labor, Department of (1962). Davis-Bacon Question.
Correspondence: re: grants under P.L. 660; Wage determination AA-20, 057; wage scale on Eufaula Dam Project.
F 3 Labor, Department of (1962). Employment Security.
a. Correspondence: re: state veterans employment representative; complaint concerning state employee office in Oklahoma City.
b. Formal report: re: Oklahoma Security Review on a monthly basis.
F 4 Labor, Department of (1962). Oklahoma Veterans Program.
a. Correspondence: re: appointment as Veterans Employment Representative for Oklahoma; grant from vocational rehabilitation, HEW; Veteran's Re-employment Rights, Bureau of; application/appointment of-veterans Employment Representative for Oklahoma.
b. Address: re: J. M. Powers, Veteran's Employment Representative for Oklahoma.
c. Pamphlet: re: Re-employment rights; Announcement of examination for state Veterans Employment Representative.
F 5 Labor, Department of (1962). Railroads.
a. Correspondence: re: dispute of the railroad operating unions and the carriers; response to newspaper clip concerning railroads.
b. Newspaper clippings: re: controversy existing between the railroads and their employees.
F 6 Library of Congress (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: Legislative Reference Service.
b. Formal report: re: free trade, tariff legislation, and common markets.
c. Table of information: re: status of major bills-first session l961.
d. Data element: re: classification of reports and memos in American Law Division, Legislative Reference Service.
F 7 NASA (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: aero space lines crafts; Russian space flight conference.
b. Release: re: news conference on Russian space shot.
c. Bulletin: re: new gold flow policy.
d. Release: re: Grumman selected to build LEM.
e. Article: re: four states received two-thirds of NASA budget.
f. Telegram: re: Lunar project.
g. Memorandum: re: James Webb.
F 8 National Guard (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: Berlin mobilization and deployment; increases in pay for Army technicians.
b. Readers Digest reprint: re: The Inside Story of "Stairstep".
c. Magazine: re: the National Guardsman.
F 9 National Science Foundation (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: amendment of the National Science Foundation Act.
b. Release: re: National Defense Student Loan Program; announcements for training programs for high school students; science programs of colleges and universities; science faculty fellowship awards.
F10 Navy, Department of the (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: Sea trials of the USS John Marshall; Defense contracting; Joint travel reg; NROTC students; USS Boxer; Adm. Bird; return of the USS Bainbridge; USS plunger; K. S. Masterson-Chief of the Bureau of Naval Weapons; Navy's new Chief of Information.
b. Magazine: re: destroyers (60th Anniversary).
c. Newspaper clipping: re: Admiral Bird.
d. Telegram: re: appointment of K. S. Masterson as chief of the Bureau of Naval Operations.
e. Memorandum: re: list of candidates selected for NROTC.
F11 Navy, Department of the (1962). Naval Ammunition Department.
a. Correspondence: re: eligibility of employees of U.S. Naval Ammunition Department; shipments from the Naval Depot at McAlester; new commander at the N.A.D; inquiry concerning information about McAlester, Oklahoma; scrap lumber from NAD; add employees as a result of increased work load; new schedule of wages.
b. Announcement: re: competitive exam for NAD jobs.
c. Newsletter: re: general NAD news.
d. Pamphlet: re: general information concerning NAD in McAlester, Oklahoma.
e. Newspaper clippings: re: USNAD adds to payroll.
f. Memorandum: re: new hires.
g. Information sheet: re: background information on Amedeo H. Galvani.
F12 Navy, Department of the (1962). Naval Ammunition Depot. Plant Location.
a. Correspondence: re: Carl Albert seeks to interest firms into coming to McAlester, Oklahoma area; beautification of NAD grounds; Aero-Jet.
b. List: re: Manufactures and Processors in McAlester, Oklahoma.
c. Newspaper clipping: re: Aero-Jet; Industries consider USNAD for plant locations.
d. Memorandum: re: footage of unoccupied space at NAD; Navy training programs in Meteorology.
e. Report: re: detailed inventory of Naval shore facilities-real property.
f. Pamphlet: re: McAlester, Oklahoma.
F13 Navy, Department of the (1962). Naval Ammunition Depot. Plant Location.
Chrysler memorandum: re: Rejuvenated Chrysler's interest; Albert meeting with Chrysler executive; Chrysler requested data of McAlester, Oklahoma.
F14 Navy, Department of the (1962). Naval Ammunition Depot. Plant Location (Lockheed).
a. Correspondence: re: Capabilities of the Arkansas Basin Industrial Planners; Lockheed's move to McAlester; biography on Mr. Vernon A. Johnson; Model P-3V contract with the Navy.
b. Newspaper clipping: re: Lockheed's refusing to follow the course of others members of industry.
c. Release: re: general information of Navy's contract with Lockheed.
d. Memorandum: re: pyrotechnic deal.
e. Booklet: re: plans for establishment of a Lockheed subassembly plant in McAlester, Oklahoma.
f. Announcement: re: date Carl Albert would be in McAlester.
F15 Navy, Department of the (1962). Naval Ammunition Depot. Plant Location (Radiaphone).
a. Correspondence: re: Radiaphone industry in McAlester, Oklahoma; General Electric contract went to a town other than McAlester, Oklahoma.
b. Memorandum: re: George Hatch called Carl Albert several times about Radiaphone.
F16 Peace Corps (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: l963 Peace Corps Congressional presentation; Peace Corps statistics; Peace Corps relationships with Southern universities; Acoma Indians and the Foreign Aid Bill of l962; Syllabus for Peace Corps Training Program at the University of Oklahoma; Booklet with pictures and biographies of volunteer trainees now at Norman, Oklahoma; letter of congratulations from Carl Albert to Miss Boatner for being selected as a Peace Corps volunteer.
b. Newspaper clipping: re: South's race policies bar Peace Corps; view that supports Peace Corps; U.S. Indian Tribe-Acoma-applies for the services of the Peace Corps.
c. Booklet: re: trainees at the University of Oklahoma.
d. List: re: list of volunteers chosen for Malaya.
F16b Post Office (1962). General.
F17 Public Works (1962).
Correspondence: re: governmental in infringement of private enterprise in the construction industry; general construction data.
F18 Public Works (1962). Packwood Lake Project.
F19 Small Business Administration (1962).
Press release: re: Small Business Administration approved disaster loan; eight company loans totaling $1,199,700 approved; SBA received 960 applications for business loans; during September the SBA approved 540 business, disaster and local development company loans; 1,300 jobs created as direct result of 12 SBA loans made during August; in October, the SBA approved 586 loans of all types.
F20 Small Business Administration (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: maximum size of loans; New lending program SBA developed in cooperation with the Bankers Association; Assistance to constituents with small business problems; Lending program; Firm was ineligible as a small business for contract award; Loans to local development companies mad through March 31, l962.
b. List: re: local development companies by States to which section 502 loans granted by SBA.
c. Statement. Re: John Horne before subcommittee no.2.
d. Regulations: re: small business size standards.
e. Pamphlets: re: obtain financing under Small Business Investment Act of l958; Rural area development; Small construction firms; Limited loan participation plan.
f. Survey: re: competition, pricing, profits, imports, and taxes.
g. Memorandum: re: John Savage called for Carl Albert.
F20b St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (1962).
General Advisory Board.
F21 State, Department of (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: Project HOPE fund raiser; Employment of foreign officers; Passport policy; Japanese fishing in waters off Alaska; Congressional Committees plans for trips abroad; Foreign aid program; State-Commerce Agreement on International Commercial Activities; Progress of the Alliance for Progress.
b. Information sheet: re: passport applicants.
c. Pamphlet: re: Goals of U.S. foreign policy.
d. Reader's Digest reprint: re: "We Can Be Proud of Our Foreign Service."
e. Congressional Record Summary: re: Committee satellite bill approved by Foreign Relations Committee.
f. Reminder: re: Foreign policy briefing.
g. Telegram: re: town affiliation program.
F22 State, Department of (1962). Africa.
a. Correspondence: re: Angolan problem; Missionary in Libya deported
b. Statement for the Press: Africa and food for peace; The United Nations Plan for the Congo; Adlai E. Stevenson in Plenary Session on Angola.
c. Telegram: re: missionary in Libya.
d. Newspaper clipping: re: Catholic labels on food bags used in foreign relief.
F23 State, Department of (1962). Agency for International Development.
a. Correspondence: re: Latin American housing program proposal; Administrator of the A.I.D; American private enterprise in development of lesser developed countries.
b. Memorandum: re: Aids to Business.
c. Pamphlet: re: International development contract operations.
d. Press release: re: Oklahoma contracts; Aid-financed overseas orders;
e. Booklet: re: trade opportunities for American Suppliers.
f. Pamphlet: re: the alliance for progress.
F24 State, Department of (1962). Communism.
a. Correspondence: re: Freeing servicemen in Communist countries; Communism in Latin America.
b. Report: re: Failures of communists; Sino-Soviet economic offensive.
c. Newspaper clipping: re: State Department policy on changes in Red China.
F25 State, Department of (1962). Congo.
Correspondence: re: unity in the Congo.
F26 State, Department of (1962). Cuba .
a. Correspondence: re: exclusion of Cuba from the OAS; Castro's regime in Cuba and the possible liberation of Communist China.
b. Memorandum: re: regional briefings on the Cuban situation.
c. Secret paper: re: shipping to Cuba.
d. News release: re: Castro Regime in Cuba; Sino-Soviet block military aid to Cuba.
e. Pamphlet: re: the cause of Cuba.
F27 State, Department of (1962). Disarmament.
a. Correspondence: re: UN force to replace national armies; Test ban proposals from USA.
b. Statement: re: joint statement of U.S. President and the Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom.
c. Brochure: re: treason treaty.
F28 State, Department of (1962). Foreign Visitors.
Correspondence: re: foreign heads of states to address a joint meeting of Congress.
F29 State, Department of (1962). Latin America.
Press release: re: British Guiana's program for economic and social development.
F30 State, Department of (1962). U.S.S.R..
a. Correspondence: re: Izvestia article concerning American democracy; U. S. spy plane over USSR.
b. Newspaper article: re: comparisons between USA and USSR democracy.
c. U.S. reply: re: Soviet note of U.S. violation of Soviet air space.
d. Newspaper clipping: re: U.S. draft seeks pledge on peace.
F31 State, Department of (1962). United Nations.
a. Correspondence: re: briefing materials on UN General Assembly; committee on peaceful uses of outer space.
b. News release: re: A. Stevenson statement to UN in Plenary Session; UN finance of peace-keeping operations in Congo and Middle East; The UN and the real world.
c. Summary: re: World Court opinion concerning UN assemblies for peace-keeping operations.
F32 State, Department of (1962). Viet Nam.
a. Correspondence: re: policies in South Vietnam.
b. Pamphlet: re: Vietnam free world challenge in Asia.
c. Report: re: American aid to Vietnam; Record of accomplishment of U.S. economic aid to Vietnam.
d. Article reprint: re: what U.S. did in Southeast Asia.
F33 Supreme Court (1962)..
Telegram: re: appointment of Arthur Goldberg to Supreme Court.
F34 Tariff Commission (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: Broomcorn industry; Softwood lumber; Importation of residual oil.
b. Report: re: Brooms made of Broomcorn.
F35 Tariff Commission (1962). Zinc.
a. Correspondence: re: import quotas and reduction in tariff zinc concentrates.
b. Memorandum: re: tariff Commission's investigation of lead and zinc industry.
F36 Tennessee Valley Authority (1962).
Summary: re: power exchange arrangements. Tennessee Valley Authority and all participating electric companies.
F37 Treasury, Department of (1962).
Correspondence: re: commerce with Cuba; treasury borrowing of Swiss francs; advisory committee.
F38 Treasury, Department of (1962). Coast Guard.
a. Correspondence: re: second annual coast guard report of boating accidents.
b. Report. recreational boating in the U.S., a report on accidents, numbering, and related activities.
c. Data card: re: U.S. Coast Guard liaison information.
F39 Treasury, Department of (1962). Comptroller of the Currency.
a. Correspondence: re: collateral repurchase agreement; merger of banks; line of credit extended by bank to an automobile leasing company; sell textile machinery to a foreign buyer.
b. Statement: re: bank merger; bank moves branch office; banks apply to consolidate.
c. Bulletin: re: new bank applications.
d. News release: re: personnel changes.
e. Regulations: re: collective investment of trust funds; bond issues for purchase by national banks.
F40 Treasury, Department of (1962). Internal Revenue Service.
a. Correspondence: re: IRS regulations; IRS agents help congressmen with income tax returns; construction of bomb proof shelters; federal excise tax payments by Southeastern State College; expense accounts; income tax penalties.
b. Bulletin: re: possible government publications for tax information.
F41 Veterans Administration (1962).
a. Correspondence: re: closing of the V.A; Liaison Service; Increase veterans disability compensation; Resume of activities in the 87th Congress; Reappointment of a new director; Elimination of itinerant contact services to Ardmore; Pension benefits for a widow of a Spanish-American War'; Purchase of Uniforms.
b. Form: re: hospital treatment.
c. List: re: V.A. offices in U.S.
d. Pamphlet: re: an Act Public Law 87-645; News veteran's pension law; Federal benefits for veterans and dependents.
e. Information slide ruler: re: veterans Administration hospitals.
F41b White House (1962).
F41c White House (1962).
a. Correspondence re: steel; juvenile delinquency
F42 Agriculture, Department of (1963).
a. Correspondence: re: surplus food as an economic and military tool; World food Congress and Congress; Stillwater office received cutbacks; "Food Faddists"; Research facilities proposal for Oklahoma State University; Over-all Economic Development program completed for Love County, Oklahoma; Views on Farm Program.
b. Memorandum: re: Department of Agriculture office hours; Jobs in Agriculture; Farm price and income figures.
c. Bulletin: re: farm life.
d. Pamphlet. Re: 23,000,000 agriculture related jobs.
e. Booklet: re: Demand and price situation..
F43 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Agricultural Research Service.
a. Correspondence: re: Plant Quarantine #37.
b. Memorandum: re: rumor Dr. Brady named to position in Department of Agriculture over Agriculture Research Service, Cooperative State Research and other divisions.
F44 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Agricultural Stabilization/Conservation Service.
a. Correspondence: re: plight of the small dirt farmer; Supervisors of the Soil Conservation District; A.S.C.S. funds; ACP Handbook; A.S.C.S. programs; Furnishing names and addresses to commercial; A.S.C. programs administered; A.S.C. convention in Oklahoma City; Conservation program in Oklahoma.
b. Appointment of Oklahoma State Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Commission.
c. News release: re: new member named to Oklahoma Association.
d. Table: re: Financial analysis of program.
e. Pamphlet: re: ASC handbook. Ag. Conservation Program.
f. Telegram: re: ASC convention.
F45 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Appropriations.
Pamphlet: re: Department of Agriculture and related appropriation bill.
F46 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Beef Imports.
a. Correspondence: re: tariff on beef imports; Cattle growers of Oklahoma; Hearings before the U.S. Tariff Commission; Glutted beef market in U. S; Labeling of foreign meat products; Reduce imports; Statistical information concerning beef imports to the U.S.; wire over beef imports.
b. Bulletin: re: 22 million pounds of beef on way to U.S. from Australia.
c. Newspaper: re: hike in tariff urged; Area cattlemen meet.
d. Newsletter: re: study of cattle and beef import.
e. Bill: re: duties on cattle, beef and veal import.
F47 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Cattle.
Correspondence: re: USDA proposal to effect new beef grading system.
F48 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Commodity Credit Corporation.
a. Correspondence: re: cotton storage rates; USDA hearing on cotton storage.
b. Financial statement: re: realized loss (or gain) and CCC costs.
c. Study: re: equalization of CCC owned wheat stocks; Storage of Government owned cotton.
d. Summary: re: request to compete for storage of government owned cotton.
e. Statement: re: warehousing be maintained in the areas of production.
F49 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Cotton.
Correspondence: re: beginning research project at Chickasha; Proposed change of method of determining storage fees for government owned cotton; Mechanical cotton picker.
F50 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Dairy.
Correspondence: re: judgement in the Metzger law suit; Pricing relief sought by dairy farmers; Price increase of 10 cents per l00 pounds in bottling milk prices paid producers; Hearing by dairy branch of Department of Agriculture on price increase.
F51 Agriculture, Department of (1963). Drought Assistance.
a. Correspondence: re: drought conditions in Southeastern Oklahoma; Certification by Governor for need of drought assistance; Poteau newspaper-Farmers and ranchers seeking assistance because of drought; Determine the extent of drought damage; Statewide survey of Oklahoma; Relief from the federal government; Reduction of freight rates in areas stricken by drought; Emergency loans; Livestock Feed Program; Carl Albert defends freedom.
b. Newspaper clippings: re: Governor Bellmon gets plea for drought aid.
c. Map: re: status of drought emergency Program.
d. News release: re: approval of drought assistance; Government owned grain offered at reduced prices.
e. Telegram: re: Latimer County eligible for drought relief; Beef import problem; Emergency drought loans.
f. Photo: re: Albert and others around table watching Freeman approve disaster relief.
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