CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 43

Box 44:  Health, Education and Welfare (1963) - State (1963).

F 1 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Government loans to medical students; Drivers Education; Train 20 unemployed as electronics assemblers; Train 15 unemployed as internal combustion engine mechanics.

b. Pamphlet: re:  Federal Aid for nursing homes.

c. Draft: re:  Validate wages erroneously report for certain engineering aids.

F 2 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Education, Office of.

a. Correspondence: re:  Student loans available under National Defense Student Loan Program; Manner Oklahoma State program under Library Services Act is conducted; Higher Education Facilities Act.

b. Report: re:  A compilation of Public Law 815; Grants to Institutions of Higher Education; Chickasaw Multi-County Library Demonstration in Oklahoma; Approval of loan to nonprofit private school.

c. Telegram: re:  research language project.

d. Memorandum: re:  Higher Education construction bill.

F 3 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Education, Office of.  School District Grants.

a. Correspondence: re:  Eligibility of Krebs School District for Federal Assistance; Willis Dependent School District #19; Woodville Dependent School District #4; Hodgen Dependent School District #14; Dow Dependent School District; approval of application for federal assistance.

b. Notification: re:  projects approved under the Area Redevelopment act.  (PL 87-27).

c. Memorandum: re:  Telephone call from Mr. Giacomo Concerning assistance for Krebs school.

F 4 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Food and Drug Administration.

Correspondence: re:  Request for information about the drug MER/29.

F 5 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Public Health Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  Hill-Burton program; New Public Health Center; Treatment of poison ivy; McCurtain County Memorial Hospital; Nursing Home in Wilburton; Grants for new Public Health Centers; Bryan Memorial hospital application; International transfer of blood plasma.

b. Memorandum: re:  Grant to Oklahoma to pay for vaccine for children under 5.

F 6 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Public Health Service.  Indian Health.

a. Correspondence: re:  Dental care of students at Jones Academy; Federal health benefits to Indians.

b. Release: re:  Indian Health Education Specialist; Nursing Supervisor for Indian Health.

c. Newsletter: re:  Area Director headed D.I.H. committee.

d. Telegram: re:  Water supply wells for rural Indian homes in McCurtain County.

F 7 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Public Health Service.  Public Works.

a. Correspondence: re:  Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association; Oklahoma City location as branch office of HEW; Grants filed under the Water Pollution Control Act.

b. Report: re:  Accelerated Public Works Requests.

c. Resolution: re:  performing federal review of construction projects.

F 8 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Public Health Service.  Talihina Indian Hospital.

Correspondence: re:  Tuberculosis patients; Praise for Indian Hospital.

F 9 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Public Health Service.  Wilburton Hospitals.

a. Correspondence: re:  Grant for hospital under Accelerated Public Works; Proposed plan to enlarge Latimer County General Hospital; Approval of Federal Grant for Latimer County General Hospital.

b. Notebook: re:  Application for grant and feasibility report for Latimer County General Hospital.

F10 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Social Security.

Correspondence: re:  Social Security Office in McAlester; Social Security Handbook; Social Security service in Chandler, Oklahoma area.

F11 Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1963).  Vocational Rehabilitation.

a. Correspondence: re:  Course in the Radio-Television Section at Talihina Hospital.

b. Newsletter: re:  Publication by Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.

F12 Housing and Home Finance (1963).

Correspondence: re:  Endorsement to Travis Miller as Regional Director of H.H.F.A. at Fort Worth, Texas.

F13 Housing and Home Finance (1963).  Community Facilities Administration.

Correspondence: re:  Travis Miller became new Regional Director of H.H.F.A.; Federal grant for court house projects; Applications filed by communities in Carl Albert's District for assistance under Accelerated Public Works program; Bureaucracy in C.F.A.

F14 Housing and Home Finance (1963).  Federal Housing Administration.

a. Correspondence: re:  Application for mortgage insurance; Obtaining houses for their in-migrant employees; Herszdel Subdivision Slidell.

b. Pamphlet: re:  Residence for Oklahoma's Senior Citizens.

c. Telegraph: re:  Recommendation of Mr. Earl Sherman for position of Regional director on ARA.

d. Magazine article: re:  Engineered use of wood.

F15 Housing and Home Finance (1963).  Urban Renewal.

a. Correspondence: re:  Eligible for aid for Urban Renewal; Urban Renewal Program advancing in McAlester; Approval of grant under Urban Planning Assistance Program to aid Wilburton; Protest of the proposed Seepway Urban Renewal Project Arkansas-33.

b. Report: re:  Community characteristics of McAlester, Oklahoma.

F16 Indian Claims Commission (1963).

Correspondence: re:  Legal fees awarded by the Indian Claims Commission; Non-payment of per-capita shares of money due from Citizen Potowatomie Judgement fund appropriated in 1958.

F17 Interior, Department of (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Protest of regulations in regard to permits for electric transmission line rights-of-way across federally-owned lands under their jurisdiction; New edition of the U.S. Water Resource Development map.

b. News release: re:  Map depicts Army, Interior, TVA projects.

c. Act: re:  Promote programs relating to outdoor recreation.

d. Memorandum: re:  road contract at Tishomingo.

F18 Interior, Department of (1963).  Coal.

a. Correspondence: re:  Coal exports.

b. Summary: re:  Coal export meeting.

c. News article: re:  closing of carbon coal mine near McAlester, Oklahoma.

d. News release: re:  Promotion of George Fumich to Director of the Department of the Interior's Office of Coal Research.

F19 Interior, Department of (1963).  Fish/Wildlife Service

a. Correspondence: re:  Predatory animal control; Order of fish to stock a pond; Waterfowl refuge on Arkansas River in Leflore and Sequoyah counties in Oklahoma; Dates for Fish and Wildlife reports; Use of coyote getters in Murray County, Oklahoma.

b. Map: re:  Proposed area of national wildlife refuge on Robert S. Kerr Reservoir, Oklahoma.

c. Newspaper clippings: re:  Wolves.

d. Bill: re:  Promote State Commercial fishery research and development projects and for other purposes.

e. Report: re:  Proposed dates for Fish and Wildlife Service Reports.

f. Telegram: re:  Protest about use of gas bombs.

g. Memorandum: re:  Game refuge in Short Mountain area.

F20 Interior, Department of (1963).  Fish/Wildlife Service.  McCurtain County

a. Correspondence: re:  Migratory fowl refuge opposed.

b. Map: re:  McCurtain county.

c. Telegram: re:  migratory fowl refuge opposed.

d. Memorandum: re:  migratory fowl refuge opposed, called a "duck pond."

F21 Interior, Department of (1963).  Geological Survey

a. Correspondence: re:  land in Scott County, Arkansas.

b. Survey: re:  Water resources investigations in Oklahoma.

F22 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.

a. Correspondence: re:  Distribution of funds payable to the Pawnee Tribe; Indian cemetery near Spiro, Oklahoma; Payments to heirs of deceased Cherokee Indians; Per capita payments to the Five Civilized Tribes; Use of hallucinogens; Assignment to Area Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

b. Newspaper article: re:  grave diggers.

c. Memorandum: re:  contract awarded.

F23 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Chickasaw.

a. Correspondence: re:  Annual meeting of the Chickasaws.

b. Report: re:  programming for Chickasaw Indians of Oklahoma.

F24 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Choctaw.

Correspondence: re:  Indian Claims Cause No.  l04; Payment of a dividend to members of the Choctaw Tribe of Oklahoma; Inquiry about payoff on Choctaw coal and asphalt lands at McAlester and Coalgate.

F25 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Creek.

a. Correspondence: re:  Resolution adopted by Creek Tribal Council.

b. Resolution: re:  replacement of Administration-Dormitory of the Creek Nation for Indian girls at Eufaula.

F26 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Education.

a. Correspondence: re:  training and education of adult Indians in Oklahoma.

b. Brochure: re:  U.S. Civil Service Examination for secondary teacher.

F27 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of: Health.

a. Correspondence: re:  Treatment denied to family at Indian Health Clinics; Visits to Indian Hospital at Talihina, Oklahoma; Contract award for project design of new hospital at the new PHS Indian Hospital, Lawton, Oklahoma.

b. News release: re:  Liaison with tribal leaders of 40 tribes in four-state Indian Health Area.

F28 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Housing.

a. Correspondence: re:  Housing for low-income Indian families.

b. Resolution: re:  low income housing for Indians.

F29 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Kiowa, Comanche, Apache.

a. Correspondence: re:  Appeal pending at the Department of Interior.

b. Resolution: re:  Stable tribal government; Investigation that could result in possible closing of the Public Health Service Indian Hospital.

c. Appeal: re:  organized tribes allowed to expend fund belonging to tribes since l963.

F30 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Miami.

Correspondence: re:  Disposition of judgement.

F31 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Potawatomie.

Correspondence: re:  request for information on distribution of Potawatomie judgement award.

F32 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Utes.

a. Correspondence: re:  Charging the Utes for soil conservation work; Opposition to U.S. Government charging Utes for Soil Conservation.

b. Newspaper editorial: re:  Government charging Utes for Soil Conservation.

F33 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Wyandotte.

Correspondence: re:  Wyandotte Indians sold cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas.

F34 Interior, Department of (1963).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Chickasaw Governor.

a. Correspondence: re:  Endorsing Mr. Overton James as appointment as Governor of the Chickasaw Nation; Johnston asked Carl Albert for support as an appointment as Governor of Chickasaw Nation; Mr.  Hollis Hampton recommended as Governor of Chickasaw; Endorsing Mr. Overton James as Governor of Chickasaws.

b. Release: re:  Chickasaw appointments announced.

c. List: re:  letters and wires endorsing someone as Governor of Chickasaws.

d. Resume: re:  Overtone James.

e. Newspaper article: re:  Chickasaw Governor dies; Appointment seen as football game; Governor fight between Mr. James and Mr. Maytubby.

F35 Interior, Department of (1963).  Chickasaw Governor.  Overton James.

Correspondence: re:  Suggestion for a nomination convention to held at Tishomingo; Mr.  James thanks Carl Albert for a compromise Albert worked out which appointed Mr. James as Chickasaw Governor; Carl Albert had set up an appointment for Mr. Overton and Commissioner Nash.

F36 Interior, Department of (1963).  Chickasaw Governor.  Supporters of Overton James.

Correspondence: re:  Secretary of Interior announced he will appoint Mr. Overton James as Governor of Chickasaw; "Thank you" letter to Carl Albert for Albert's efforts to get Mr. James appointed as Governor of the Chickasaws; endorsement of Mr. Overton James by Honorable Harry J. W. Belvin, Principal Chief Choctaw Nation.

F37 Interior, Department of (1963).  Chickasaw Governor.  Supporters of Paul McKinley.

Correspondence: re:  request for Carl Albert to support Paul McKinley for appointment as Governor of the Chickasaw Nation.

F38 Interior, Department of (1963).  Chickasaw Governor.  Supporters of E.B.

Correspondence: re:  support for Mr.  Maytubby to be appointed as Governor of Chickasaw Nation.

F39 Interior, Department of (1963).  Land Management, Bureau of.

a. Correspondence: re:  Purchase of Dow Lake, near Haileyville, Oklahoma; Land annexed by Arkansas; Land under the McAlester General Hospital.

b. Judgement: re:  State of Oklahoma vs.  Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations.

c. Treaty: re:  of l820, l825, and l830 with Choctaw Nation of Indians.

F40 Interior, Department of (1963).  Mines, Bureau of.

Correspondence: re:  Coal lands in Bokoshe, Oklahoma are private or Government lands under lease; crop damage caused by a pipeline laid during the summer of l962.

F41 Interior, Department of (1963).  National Park Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  Proposal to add part of Arbuckle Mountains to Platt National Park; progress of National Park Service; Resolution to establish Honey Springs as a National Park.

b. Pamphlet: re:  an account of the Historic American Buildings Survey.

F42 Interior, Department of (1963).  Petroleum.

a. Correspondence: re:  Mandatory Oil Imports Program; Request for help in getting oil import quotas tied to a fixed formula.

b. Release: re:  strict safeguards placed on Kaibab National Forest oil and gas exploration.

c. Telegram: re:  announcement that Kaibab Forest area would be opened up for oil and gas leasing.

F43 Interior, Department of (1963).  Reclamation, Bureau of.

a. Correspondence: re:  Proposal that ductile iron pipe be permitted in the installation of water transmission lines; Pipeline for the Little River Project at Norman, Oklahoma; Recreational use of Reclamation projects in the Western States.

b. Release: re:  Reclamation Bureau reported record millions seek recreation at projects.

c. Pamphlet: re:  Recreation areas on reclamation projects.

d. Report: re:  Financial summary of project development activities.

F43b Interior, Department of (1963).  Southwestern Power Administration.

a. Correspondence: re: 20th birthday of Southwestern Power Ad ministration.

b. Report: re:  Progress report of SPA.

c. Biographical sketch: re:  Douglas G. Wright.

F44 Interstate Commerce Commission (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Application filed by Oklahoma with I.C.C. to abandon a portion of the Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Railway; Disapproval of application of Kaiser Steel Corporation for a rate reduction on coal; Suggestions on rail transportation and industrial development in Oklahoma; Tri-State Co.  application to serve Kansas and part of New Mexico; Liability of Morgan Drive-Away, Inc.

b. Report: re:  Average daily freight car shortages.

c. Hearings transcript: re:  Joint merger application of Pennsylvania and New York Central Railroads.

d. Petition: re:  Responsibility of Congress to enforce or repeal obligations contained in the Federal Charter of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company.

e. Telegram: re:  I.C.C. order 945-I.C.C. granted Frisco relief.

f. Pamphlet: re:  Motor transport emergency preparedness.

g. Map: re:  Gordon's Transports, Inc.  present and proposed routes covering Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana.

F45 Justice, Department of (1963).

Correspondence: re:  Persons claimed they were mistreated by military personnel or Deputy U.S. Marshals who were in Oxford, Mississippi; Justice Department decision in the case of retired Major General Marshall; Ed Langley's work as U.S. Attorney for Eastern District of Oklahoma; Annual meeting of Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives.

F46 Interstate Commerce Commission(1963).  Ardmore Park (1962-63).

a. Correspondence: re:  Cartage service available at Ardmore Industrial Airport. 

b. Telegram: re:  I.C.C. District Supervisor visited Ardmore on May 23, l962.

c. Affidavit: re:  Ardmore bought land for the Ardmore Industrial Airport.

F47 Justice, Department of (1963).  Deputy Marshal.

Correspondence: re:  Considering he application of Mr. James M. Crabtree for Deputy U.S. Marshal; Qualifications of a Deputy U.S. Marshal; Deputy Marshal positions.

F48 Justice, Department of (1963).  Federal Judgeship.  Arnote.

a. Correspondence: re:  Endorsement of Walter Arnote for appointment as Federal Judge for Eastern District of Oklahoma; Request for Carl Albert not to influence the Senate between the appointment of a Federal Judge.

b. Resolution: re:  McAlester Chamber of Commerce endorsed Walter Arnote; LeFlore County Bar Association endorsed Walter for Judge of U.S. District Court; Pittsburg county Bar Association endorsed Walter Arnote.

c. Newspaper article: re:  Chamber of Commerce endorsement of Judge.

F49 Justice, Department of (1963).  Federal Judgeship.  Garvin.

Correspondence: re:  recommending Mr. Harold T. Garvin for appointment as Federal Judge.

F50 Justice, Department of (1963).  Federal Judgeship.  Shilling

a. Correspondence: re:  Endorsement of Mr. Kenneth shilling of Ardmore for Federal Judge.

b. Telegram: re:  Endorsement of Mr. Kenneth Shilling of Ardmore for Federal Judge.

c. News article: re:  Mr. Shilling seeking Federal Post.

F51 Justice, Department of (1963).  Immigration and Naturalization.

Correspondence: re:  List of names and addresses of Oklahoma residents who were admitted to U.S. citizenship.

F52 Labor, Department of (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Regulations of radiation sources used by federal supply contractors; Predetermined rates of work on Kerr Dam; College placement offices; 50th Anniversary of the Department of Labor; Cancel on Administrative Conference Association; Minimum wages to be paid on contracts for transformers under Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act; Wage and Hour Division ruling relating to management trainees; Sowing industry expanding to Durant, Oklahoma.

b. Statement: re:  classification of cosmetologists.

c. Newsletter.  Re:  Tulsa Apprenticeship Plan.

d. Announcement: re:  College Placement Council.

e. Newsletter: re: Enforcement of Right to Work Laws.

f. Address: re:  Urban League's Equal Opportunity Day.

g. Pamphlet: re:  consumer is the key to economic growth.

h. News article: re:  U.S. Employment Service was ordered to "computerize" job-seeking college students.

i. Telegram: re:  New wage determination in McAlester, Haileyville projects; Wage rates in Durant, Oklahoma area.

F53 Labor, Department of (1963).  Area Redevelopment Projects.

Correspondence: re:  Programs for unemployed persons in Oklahoma; retraining program for unemployed Oklahomans.

F54 Labor, Department of (1963).  U.S. Employment Service.

a. Correspondence: re:  Objection to the functioning of the U.S.E.S.; U.S.E.S. activity with College Placement and graduate students.

b. Editorial: re:  Government invasion of college employment services.

c. Resolution: re:  Government employment assistance and job counseling to veterans.

F55 Library of Congress (1963).

a. Report: re:  Public Speaking.

b. Form: re:  Authorization to borrow books from Library of Congress.

c. Memorandum: re:  High school debate material; Disposal of surplus property.

d. Cards: re:  identification to check out books from Library of Congress.

e. List: re:  State governors; Job vacancies.

f. Report: re:  statistics on operation of discharge rule.

F56 NASA (1963).  Correspondence/Memoranda.

a. Correspondence: re:  High-energy fuels for upper stage rockets; Caretaker status of the Muskogee plant; Celebration for astronaut L. Gordon Cooper; Commercial application for space technology; Conference on Space-Age Planning; Saturn class vehicles; sites for proposed NASA Electronics Research Laboratory.

b. Card: re:  NASA Office of the Administration phone and room numbers.

F57 NASA (1963).  Miscellaneous.

a. Correspondence: re:  Sequence photographs of the firing of the Syncom II; NASA procurement Offices-Addresses.

b. Releases: re:  NASA names new head for manned space flight; Lunar Orbiter Photographic Missions; Contractor for large meteoroid satellite; RFP on life support system; Brian Duff joins NASA; Deputy Director of NASA Launch Operations Center; Industrial Applications Committee; U.S. Standard Atmosphere; Australian experiment launched from Wallops; NASA buys 3 F-104 Jets; The need for learning in the Scientific Age.

c. Summary: re:  Space activities.

d. News article: re:  Space companies parry criticism.

e. Information: re:  NASA Procurement Offices.

f. Photograph: re:  Syncom II.

F58 National Science Foundation (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  approval of grant for summer training.

b. List: re:  Colleges which received NSF grants.

c. Notification: re:  award granted by the NSF.

F59 Lockheed Plant (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  performance of the TF-1040 Demonstrator Airplane.

b Memorandum: re:  performance of the TF-1040 Demonstrator Plane.

F60 Navy, Department of (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Performance of the U.S.S. ALEXANDER HAMILTOM; Return of the U.S.S. LAFAYATTE; U.S. Navy Steel Band; Sea trials of the U.S.S. ANDREW JACKSON; ROTC unit at Oklahoma State University; Sea trials of the U.S.S. NATHAN; Sea trials of the U.S.S. WOODROW WILSON; U.S.S. JAMES MONROE; Navy League of the United States; Request to name a tank landing ship the Pushmataha.

b. Article: re:  Polaris sub given name of Tecumseh.

c. Regulations: re:  travel of midshipmen and officer candidates.

d. Navy league of the United States - members in McAlester, Oklahoma

e. Memorandum: re:  Candidates selected for l963 NROTC.

f. Envelope: re:  launching of the submarine U.S.S. SAM RAYBURN/U.S.S DANIEL WEBSTER.

g. Telegram: re:  U.S. Naval Band.

F61 Navy, Department of (1963).  McAlester NAD.

a. Correspondence: re:  Water hydrant by the gate of U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot at McAlester; 20th anniversary; National Girl Scout Roundup Planning Committee; NAD employees/ wage increases.

b. Fact sheet: re: Girl Scouts Senior Roundup.

c. News article: re:  Girl Scout Roundup at Button Bay, VT; JFK and NAD water levels.

d. Pamphlet: re:  NAD; Armed Forces Day.

w. Telegram: re:  New schedule of wages for NAD; 20th Anniversary of the NAD.

F62 Status of Women (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  President's Commission on the status of women.

b. Release: re:  study on the status of women.

F63 Public Works (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  Public power extremists.

b. Articles: re:  Public power extremists; Plans to revive WPA in l964.

c. Business card: re:  Herbert L. Branan.

F64 Small Business Administration (1963).

a. Correspondence: re:  procedures for constituents with small business problems.

b. Congressional Record: re:  SBA remain independent agency.

c. Release: re:  SBA approved loans.

d. Memorandum: re:  Assistance on small business problems.

F65 State, Department of (1963).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Poultry exports to foreign markets; Foreign policy briefing for Congressional staff assistants; Ambassador Charles R. Burrows; Funeral services in the Rotunda of the Capitol; Proposing Dr. William Tubman -President of Liberia for a Nobel Peace Prize.

b. News Release: re:  Democracy and the emerging nations; Cultural presentations program.

c. List: re: Newspaper editors.

d. Address: re:  Nuclear deterrent and the Atlantic Alliance.

e. Pamphlet: re:  risk and security in the age of nuclear weapons.

f. Pamphlet: re:  process satisfaction and policy in State Department - Congressional relations.

g. Report: re:  National Academy of Foreign Affairs; Cultural Presentations Program; Program to disintegrate communism.

h. Memorandum: re:  Foreign policy briefings.

F66 State, Department of (1963).  Agency for International Development.

a. Correspondence: re:  Appointment of Director of Congressional Liaison of the Agency for International Development; Development of private sector of economics of Central America; Foreign Assistance Program; Drought conditions in Mexico.

b. Pamphlet: re:  Food for peace.

c. News release: re:  AID orders reported for U.S. firms in March.

F67 State, Department of (1963).  Asia.

a. Correspondence: re:  Biographical sketch of Dr. Abdul Zahir; Department of State publications.

b. Pamphlet: re:  Red China and the U.S. S. R.

c. Memorandum: re:  Developments in Soviet Foreign Policy; Laos, Viet-Nam, and Malaya.

F68 State, Department of (1963).  Central/South America.

a. Correspondence: re:  Financing the Alliance for Progress; Operation Amigo; Relationships with Central American nations.

b. News article: re:  praise for Morrison.

c. Magazine: re: Operation Amigo.

d. Memorandum: re:  Foreign policy briefing; Transfer of funds to American Republic for subversive purposes.

F69 State, Department of (1963).  Europe.

a. Correspondence: re:  Payments of social security benefits in Poland; Sudeten German Day; Studies for a new Central Europe.

b. News article: re:  Dillion denied telling Powell to spend Francs.

F70 State, Department of (1963).  Foreign Aid.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Foreign Assistance Act of l963; Food for Peace program and Public Law 480 projects.

b. News release: re:  Foreign aid.

F71 State, Department of (1963).  Middle East.

Correspondence: re:  Build-up of military power in Egypt.

F72 State, Department of (1963).  Peace Corps.

a. Correspondence: re:  Bob Jones objects to Peace Corps; Work in Tunisia; Ghana project; Training program at the University of Oklahoma.

b. News article: re:  University of Oklahoma trainees initiate new Corps project.

c. Report: re:  Trip to Bolivia; National Service Corps hearings; Nigeria trip.

F73 State, Department of (1963).  United Nations.

a. Correspondence: re:  UN peace-keeping operations.

b. Resolution: re:  Sovereignty of the United States.

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