CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 49

Box 50:  Agriculture (1965) - Defense (1965).

F 1: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Rural Services.

a.  Correspondence, re:  administrator of the Rural Community Development Service; pilot health programs

b.  Speech by Robert G. Lewis, Administrator of Rural Community Development Service

c.  Memo, re:  Rural Community Development Services

d.  Newsletter entitled "Rural Area Development News letter"

e.  Summary, re:  summary of legislation passed by Congress in 1965:

F 2: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service.

a.  Newsletter article, re:  flood water structures completed by soil district in 1964.

b.  Correspondence, re:  request for Sec. of Ag. Freeman to speak at Soil Conservation Award Dinner; development of the Trinity River, cost sharing provisions of the Land and Water Conservation Act; authorizations concerning the Arkansas River Basin; soil Survey of Love County; Timber Clearing program administered by the Soil Conservation Service

c.  Report, re:  Soil and Conservation Association loans

d.  Newsletter from the Bryan Soil and Water Conservation District

e.  Newspaper article entitled:  "Shriver Seeks Action on River Basin Study"

f.  Newsletter from Oklahoma State Soil Conservation Board; newsletter from the National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts

g.  Memo, re:  opposition to upper blue watershed program

h.  Legislation, re:  Senate Joint Resolution No. 11 from the Montana Legislation

F 3: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service: Cost Sharing (A-F)

Correspondence, re:  opposition to reduce the budget for the soil conservation program

F 4: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Cost Sharing (G-L).

Correspondence, re:  opposition to reduce the budget for the soil conservation program

F 5: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Cost Sharing (M-S)

Correspondence, re:  opposition to reduce the budget for the soil conservation program

F 6: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Services:  Cost Sharing (T-W, et al)

Correspondence, re:  opposition to reduce the budget for the soil conservation program

F 7: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Beaver-Dumpling Creek

Correspondence, re:  formation of districts for the FHA; Beaver-Dumpling Creek project; S.4 Water Quality Act of 1965

F 8: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Brushy-Peaceable Watershed.

Correspondence, re:  Baines Creek Soil and Water Conservation District

F 9: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Caddo Creek Watershed.

Press release, re:  Approval of the second supplemental plan of the Caddo Creek Watershed

F 10: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Coles County District (Illinois)

a.  Correspondence, re:  operation of the soil conservation program

b.  Newsletters entitled "Coles County Soil and Conservation District

c.  Pamphlet entitled:  "1964 Annual Report of the Coles County Soil and Water Conservation District"

d.  Newspaper article, re:  Coles County Soil and Water Conservation District

e.  Pamphlet entitled:  "Soil and Water Conservation Tours - Coles County"

f.  Booklet entitled:  "Conservation Education Exhibit - Lincoln Log Cabin State Park"

g.  Booklet entitled:  "Coles County Soil and Water Conservation District"

F 11: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Deep Fork Watershed.

Press release:  "Deep Fork Watershed"

F 12: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Miscellaneous Watersheds/Districts.

a.  Press release:  "Agreement between Johnston County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Agriculture Department

b.  Correspondence, re:  agreement between Atoka County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Agriculture Department; agreement between Agriculture Department and Kiamichi Soil and Water Conservation District; water projects in the 3rd Congressional District

c.  Forms, re:  copies of forms used in the creation of Conservation Districts

d.  Press Release, re:  Brushy Peaceable Creek watershed project

e.  List, re:  Watershed applications which receive planning assistance

F 13: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Soil Conservation Service:  Rock Creek Watershed.

Correspondence, re:  Rock Creek watershed plan

F 14: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Trade.

a.  Correspondence:  The President's message on agriculture

b.  Speech:  copy of speech delivered before the National Livestock Feeders Association by O.S. Strackbein, Chairman the Nationwide Committee on Import Export Policy

c.  Newsletter:  "Daily Market Report" put out by Oklahoma Agriculture Department

F 15: Agriculture, Department of (1965).  Wheat.

a.  Memo:  Oklahoma Wheat Growers Association; reduction of subsidy benefits

b.  Correspondence:  increase of the resale price of CCC commodities; freight rates on wheat and flour; adequate supplies of freight cars to handle wheat shipment; bread tax

c.  Booklet:  "Program of Proposed Research"

F 16: American National Red Cross (1965).

Pamphlet:  "Answers to Questions Servicemen ask their Congressmen about Red Cross Services"

F 17: Atomic Energy Commission (1965).

a. Report:  "Fundamental Nuclear Energy Research"

b. Memo:  1965 Authorization Bill for Atomic Energy Commission

c. Correspondence:  Atomic Energy Commission's lecture program

d.  Pamphlet:  "The Atomic World"

e.  List:  schools where Atomic Energy Commission will put on lectures and demonstrations

F 18: Atomic Energy Commission (1965).  National Accelerator Laboratory.

a.  Correspondence:  location of the National Accelerator Laboratory in Oklahoma; location of the National Accelerator Laboratory in Northeastern Oklahoma

b. Press release:  evaluation of 85 site proposals for the National Accelerator Laboratory

c.  List:  site proposals for National Accelerator Laboratory

d.  Booklet:  "SINB 1965 - Moving Nuclear and Space Technology from Laboratory to Marketplace"

e.  Memo:  location of National Accelerator Laboratory

F 19: Budget Bureau of (1965).

a.  Chart:  the federal budget

b. Booklet:  "War on Waste"

c.  Circular:  "Principles for Determining Costs Applicable to Research and Development under Grants and Contracts with Educational Institutions"

d.  Correspondence:  Canton irrigation project; request for Budget Circular A 21

F 20: Civil Aeronautics Board (1965).

a.  Memo:  appointment of Bud Wilkinson to the Civil Aeronautics Board

b.  Correspondence:  appointment of Bud Wilkinson to the Civil Aeronautics Board; request for report from Civil Aeronautics Board, application from Island Airlines to operate a skybus service

c.  Newspaper article:  "Dillingham is Still Hopeful about Skybus"

d.  Campaign posters:  posters endorsing Johnson and Horris

F 21: Civil Aeronautics Board (1965).  Central Airlines.

a.  Correspondence:  Central Airlines' service at Muskogee and McAlester

b.  Reports:  Central Airlines route 81 investigation

c.  Press release form the Civil Aeronautics Board:  investigation of Central Airlines' existing route structure

d.  Petition:  copy of petitions and applications of Central Airlines

F 22: Civil Service Commission.

a.  Table:  current salary rates for civil service positions

b.  Map:  U.S. Civil Service Regions

c.  Report:  "Combined Federal Campaign for Voluntary Health and Welfare Agencies"

d.  Correspondence:  chiropractic benefits; charity drive for federal employees; payroll deductions; Associate Director, U.S. Civil Service Commission; executive seminar center credit for accrued sick; dual compensation law; federal employees health benefits program

e.  Booklet:  "Executive Seminar Center"

f.  Booklet:  "An Instrument for Progress"

F 23: Commerce Department of (1965). 

a.  Correspondence:  eulogy for deceased Secretary of Commerce; appointment of special assistant to Secretary of Commerce; appointment of an Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Domestic and International Business; trade missions abroad

b.  Proposal:  American Lumber Standards Committee

c.  List:  trade list from Department of Commerce

d.  Press release from Commerce Department:  balance of international payments; speech from Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Economic Development

F 24: Commerce Department of (1965).  Area Redevelopment Administration

a.  Memo:  Area Redevelopment Administration Bill

b.  Correspondence:  Oklahoma Recreation and Tourism study reduction in unemployment in Love County, Oklahoma; establishment of Small Business Development Centers

c.  Booklet:  "Area Redevelopment Administration Directory of Approval Projects"

F 25: Commerce Department of (1965).  Census, Bureau of the.

Application:  for search of census records

F 26: Commerce Department of (1965).  Community Facilities Administration.

a.  Fact Sheet:  "Advances for Public Works Planning"

b.  Correspondence:  public works plans for Pittsburg County Water Authority; civic auditorium for Poteau, Oklahoma; scheduling a performance of a military flying team; approval of a public facility loan application

F 27: Commerce Department of (1965).  Economic Development Administration

a.  Correspondence:  Public Works and Economic Development Act loans; applications for participation in the new public works program; discontinuance of the Area Redevelopment Administration; implementation of regulations on the Economic Development Programs; application for a grant under the Public Works and Economic Development Act: Ozarka program

b.  Press release from U.S. Department of Commerce: views on regional commissions

c.  Press release:  W.B. Saunders and Harold Williams Director of Economic Development

F 28: Commerce Department of (1965).  Maritime Administration.

a.  Correspondence:  nominations to U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

b.  Speech:  copy of speech by Maritime Administration

F 29: Commerce Department of (1965).  Ozark Regional Development

a.  Newspaper article:  location of Oklahoma second North American Aviation Plant

b.  Summary:  Ozark Conference on Economic Opportunity

c.  Legislation:  copy of H.R. 6991

d.  Press release:  Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965

e.  Correspondence:  request for full support of Ozarka law; Economic Development and Public Works Act of 1965, H.R. 7984 and S. 1648

f.  Report:  "Government Land Acquisition Programs by States"

F 30: Commerce Department of (1965).  Ozark Regional Development:  Ozarka Materials.

a.  Memo:  Ozarka Regional Planning Commission

b.  Press release:  Ozarka Regional Development

c.  Correspondence:  Ozarka Regional Development Association; Regional Action Planning Committee

d.  List:  list of all committee assignments with the Ozarka Regional Development Association

e.  Reports:  official committee reports; minutes of the Ozarka Regional Development Association

f.  Newsletters from Ozarka Regional Development Association

g.  Newspaper articles:  Ozarka project

F 31: Commerce Department of (1965).  Patent Office.

Correspondence:  patent listings in the official Gazette of the Patent Office

F 32: Commerce Department of (1965).  Public Roads.

a.  Correspondence:  funds for Lake Texoma for fiscal year 1966; additional exit ramp for I-35; proposed interstate between Denver and New Orleans; opposition to proposed new routing of I-40 between Barstow, California and Kingman, Arizona

b.  Memo:  construction of a road and bridge from U.S. Highway 69

c.  Map of the U.S.

d.  Press release from the U.S. Department of Commerce:  appropriations for fiscal year 1967

F 33: Commerce Department of (1965).  Weather Service.

a.  Correspondence:  memo sent to the President concerning weather services provided by the Environmental Science Services Administration

b.  Report from the Weather Bureau:  "Decennial Census of U. S. Climate"

F 34: Defense, Department of (1965).

a. Correspondence:  functions of the office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense; proposal of the Defense Department to convert heating plants to natural gas; use of military personnel in civilian federal positions; education of Armed Services departments; oil import program of the U.S. government; Robot Attack Weapons Systems

b.  Program:  Department of Defense Advanced Planning Briefings for Industry

c.  Memo:  screening of key employees of the Legislative Branch

F 35:  Defense, Department of (1965).  Air Force.

a.  Correspondence:  Air Reserve forces, American Federation of Government Employees; appointment as Special Assistant to the Security of the Air Force; noncommissioned officers/airmen lounge at Mactan Island, Philippines; Masonic Lodge, Fort Leonard Wood; project Christmas Star; continuation of the Clinton-Sherman AFB

b.  Magazine from the AF Officers Wives Club: "Protocol"

F 36: Defense, Department of (1965). Air Force:  Altus AFB.

Correspondence:  increase in utilization of Altus AFB; inspection tour of Altus AFB.

F 37: Defense, Department of (1965). Air Force:  Tinker AFB.

a.  Summary:  conditions at U.S.A.F. Hospital, Tinker

b.  Correspondence:  air accident in Wichita Kansas; attempts to assist small businesses obtain Air Force contracts; on base housing shortage at Tinker

F 38: Defense, Department of (1965). Air Force:  Vance AFB.

a.  Memo:  strike at Vance AFB

b.  Correspondence:  strike at Vance AFB

F 39:  Defense, Department of (1965). Army.

a.  Fact sheet:  "U.S. Army Command Information Fact Sheet"

b.  Fact Sheet:  "Requirements for JAGC Commission"

c.  Pamphlet:  resolutions adopted by U.S Army

d. Correspondence:  proposed merger of the Army Reserves and the National Guard; inactivation of Fort Chaffee; air born target location system; transfer of Congressional employees who are in the Ready Reserve to the Standby Reserve; Arlington Cemetery; Vietnam; military draft

e.  Newspaper clipping:  merger of National Guard and Army Reserve

f.  Press release:  combat support units

F 40: Defense, Department of (1965). Army:  Corps of Engineers

a.  Newspaper clipping:  "Army Engineers Seek Public Relations Head

b.  Booklet from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers entitled: "Oklahoma Water Resources Development"

c.  Memo:  Corps of Engineers projects, budget for fiscal year 1966

e.  Correspondence:  opposition to large scale acquisition of privately owned land; irrigation; fallout shelter surveys

e.  Statement:  Mike Monroney's statement on the water resources development program in Oklahoma

f.  Report:  Army Board for Rivers and Harbors Recommendations

g.  Newspaper clipping:  "The Smoking Room"

h.  Press release:  Arkansas-Red River Basins, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas

i.  Newsletter from the National Rivers and Harbors Congress

F 41: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers:  Arkansas River.

a.  Correspondence:  public hearing on the Arkansas River and its tributaries; contracts awarded by Corps of Engineers on the Keystone Reservoir; contract on the Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam

b.  Newspaper clipping:  "Rhodes Scholar Reunion"

c.  Article from U.S. News and World Report:  Riches for a New Region - Harnessing the Arkansas River"

F 42: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers: Arkansas/Red Basins

a.  Correspondence:  public hearings on natural chloride pollution

b.  Copy of the public hearings on improvement of water quality in the Arkansas Red River Basins

F 43: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers:  Boswell Reservoir.

a.  Public announcement:  Boswell Dam and Reservoir, Boggy Creek, Oklahoma

b.  Report:  Boswell Dam and Reservoir, Boggy Creek

c.  Correspondence:  closing of real estate project office in DeQueen, Arkansas

F 44: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers:  Central Oklahoma Project.

a.  Correspondence:  central Oklahoma project

b.  Public announcement:  central Oklahoma project

c.  Press release:  rivers and harbors board recommends central Oklahoma water plan and six other projects

d.  Report:  central Oklahoma project

F 45: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers:  Grand River.

Report:  flood control of the Grand River

F 46: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers:  Red River/Lake Texoma

a.  Correspondence:  additional boat ramps on Lake Texoma; contract for construction of comfort stations; public hearing in Hugo; pollution control on Lake Texoma

b.  Notice:  Hugo public meeting

F 47: Defense, Department of (1965). Army Corps of Engineers:  Waurika Reservoir

Correspondence:  wildlife and waterfowl refuge in connection with the Waurika reservoir project

F 48: Defense, Department of (1965). Civil Defense

a.  Report:  1964 fiscal year report of the Civil Defense Officer

b.  Newsletter from Office of Civil Defense:  statements from Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara

c.  Report from the Florida Engineering News:  review of Civil Defense in the United States

F 49: Defense, Department of (1965). Construction

a.  News release from the Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense regarding authorization sought from Congress for military construction

b.  Legislation:  draft of legislation regarding construction at military installations

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