CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 51

Box 52: Health, Education and Welfare (1965) - Interior (1965).

F 1: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Education, Office of:  Idabel Desegregation Plan.

a.  Memo:  desegregation plan for Idabel

b.  Report from Superintendent of Idabel Public Schools:  desegregation plan

F 2: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Education, Office of:  Libraries.

a.  Correspondence:  Library Services Act, P.L. 88-269

b. Report from HEW:  the Library Services and Construction Act

c.  List of libraries that have the latest information on their state plans for public library services

d.  Legislation:  copy of Library Services and Construction Act

F 3: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Education, Office of:  NDEA.

a.  Pamphlet from the office of Education:  "The National Defense Student Loan Program"

b.  Booklet from the Office of Education:  "National Defense Graduate Fellowships - Graduate Programs"

c. Notifications to Members of Congress from the Office of Education and Welfare, re:  allocations from Office of Education

F 4: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Education, Office of:  NDEA:  Oklahoma Grants.

a.  Correspondence:  National Defense Education Act grants; 1965 NDEA Summer Institute for English teachers; Grant amounts for colleges in Oklahoma

b. Report:  The NDEA Institute for Advance Study in English

F 5: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Education, Office of:  NEA.

Magazine article from the Reporter entitled:  "The Teachers Give Oklahoma A Lesson"

F 6: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Education, Office of:  Vocational Education.

a.  Speech by Wayne M. Miller, Director of Oklahoma State Tech

b.  Memo:  selections for a 25 member advisory board to select five pilot project schools

c. Correspondence:  urging approval of Oklahoma State Tech for establishing a residential vocational school

d.  Newspaper article:  Okmulgee Tech

F 7: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Food and Drug Administration.

a.  Correspondence:  complaints against the Food and Drug Administration

b.  Pamphlets from the Food and Drug Administration:  "FDA What it is and Does - Science Working through Law to Protect Consumers"; consumer protection packets

F 8: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Public Health Service.

a.  Correspondence:  McCurtain County Health Center, Idabel, Oklahoma; closure of the Public Health Service Hospital, Norfolk, Virginia; possibility of Community Health Service in Ardmore, Oklahoma

b.  Pamphlets:  "Would You Like to be a Licensed Practical Nurse"; "Lets be Practical about a Nursing Career"

c.  List of publications from the Public Health Service

d.  Report:  proceedings from the 1964 Annual Conference of the Surgeon General, Public Health Service and Chief, Children's Bureau with State Territorial Health Officers

e.  Booklet from the Oklahoma State Department of Health entitled:  "OK Air for the OK State"

f.  Pamphlet from the Public Health Service:  "The Health Professions Student Loan Program"

g.  Report:  Health Professions Student Loan Program

F 9: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Public Health Service:  Civil Rights.

Pamphlet from the U.S. Commission of Civil Rights: "Equal Opportunity Hospitals and Health Facilities"

F 10: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Public Health Service:  Hill - Burton Grant.

a.  Memo:  Grant for the Oklahoma School for the Deaf in Sulphur.

b.  Correspondence:  Oklahoma State School for the Deaf in Sulphur; use of Hill-Burton funds for construction of state mental hospitals

F 11: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Public Health Service:  Indian Health.

a.  Correspondence:  10th anniversary of Indian Health Service; construction of water supply wells

b.  Application of Construction Criteria to Talihina Indian Hospital

c.  Poem entitled:  "Journey of the Dead"

d.  Report:  Talihina Indian Hospital, 2 copies

e.  Correspondence:  appointment of Tribal Affairs Officer; better medical facilities and hospital care for Indians; improved facilities at Talihina Hospital

f.  Newsletter from the Public Health Service entitled "Talking Leaves"

F 12: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Public Health Service; Goodman, Sula.

a.  Newspaper articles:  judicial impeachment proceedings Indian health care and various other topics

b.  Copy of application for federal employment

c.  Correspondence:  Indian health programs; impeachment proceedings against two Oklahoma Supreme Court Justices

d.  Newsletter from the Public Health Service:  "Talking Leaves"

e.  Pamphlet from the Public Health Service: "The Indian Health Program of the U.S. Public Health Service 1955-6"

F 13: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Public Health Service:  Water/Sewer Systems.

a.  Report by the Committee on Government operations on disposal of municipal sewage

b.  Booklet from the Public Health Service:  "Recommended State Legislation and Regulations"

c.  Press release:  construction of Robert S. Kerr Research Center

d.  Correspondence:  salt pollution in the Arkansas and Red River Basins; Public Health Service construction grants

e.  Memo: HEW water pollution grants

F 14: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Social Security.

a.  Pamphlets:  "Social Security Amendments - 1965 - A Brief Explanation"; "Health Insurance for the Aged"

b.  Report from Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare entitled:  "Effects of Social Security Insurance Benefits on Public Assistance in Oklahoma"

c.  Correspondence:  hospital insurance for the aged; monthly payments paid by the Social Security Administration

F 15: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Vocational Rehabilitation.

Correspondence:  "Presidential Commission on the Disabled"

F 16: Health, Education and Welfare (1965).  Welfare.

Press release:  grant to Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare for program in LeFlore County

F 17: Housing and Urban Development (1965). 

a.  Correspondence:  conference in McAlester with the Housing and Home Finance Agency; applications for funds available under P.L. 89-117; housing programs

b.  Report from Extension Division of OU:  "Oklahoma State Plan for Training and Research in Community Development"

c.  Resolution:  endorsement of Raymond Rebsamea as Secretary of Urban Affairs

F 18: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Community Facilities Administration.

a.  Press release from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  new student facilities to be built at Murray State Agricultural College to be built with CFA loans

b.  Memo, re:  Housing and Home Finance Agency

c.  Press release from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  planning water in McAlester area

d.  Correspondence:  geographical location of the Pittsburg County Water Authority, installation of water meters in Panama, Oklahoma; Oklahoma Port and Development Authority application with Housing and Home Finance Agency

e.  Pres release from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  Oklahoma Port Authority's plans to build river terminals with funds from the Community Facilities Administration

F.  Memo:  interest rates for sewer applications

F 19: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Federal Housing Administration.

a.  Correspondence:  construction deficiencies in home properties built under FHA mortgage insurance programs; Federal Housing Administration loans for Spiro, Oklahoma; H.R. 10232

b.  Report from the Federal Housing Administration:  rent supplement program

F 20: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Oklahoma Projects.

a.  Correspondence:  federal assistance for sewer system in Bokchito, Oklahoma; construction of a hospital in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, with federal participation under the Hill-Burton Act; water rates in Crowder, Oklahoma; residential development in Hartshorne, Oklahoma; sewage disposal plant in Heavener, Oklahoma; water supply system for Keota, Oklahoma; sewer system in Kiowa, Oklahoma; sewage grant for Oakland, Oklahoma; sewer project for Stillwater, Oklahoma; municipal water system for Stringtown, Oklahoma; water improvements and gas system for Wister, Oklahoma.

b.  Booklet:  "The Civic and Cemetery Club, Caddo Oklahoma"

F 21: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Public Housing Administration.

Correspondence:  Broken Bow Housing Authority`s application for 100 units of low-rent houses; enabling legislation for public housing in Oklahoma

F 22: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Third District Programs.

Report from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  summary of activities in the 3rd Congressional District

F 23: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Urban Renewal Administration.

a.  Memo:  urban renewal project for McAlester, Oklahoma

b.  Press release from the Urban Renewal Administration:  federal grant under the Urban Planning Assistance Program for Ardmore, Oklahoma

c.  Press release from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  federal grant for McAlester, Oklahoma

d.  Press release from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  federal grant for Hugo, Oklahoma

e.  Correspondence:  federal grant for Durant, Oklahoma

F 24: Housing and Urban Development (1965).  Workable Programs for Community Improvement.

a.  Press release from the Housing and Home Finance Agency:  re-certification of the Workable Program for Community Improvement

b.  Press release from Housing and Urban Development:  workable program for Heavener, Oklahoma

c.  Press release from the Department of Housing and Urban Development:  workable program for Idabel, Oklahoma

F 25: Indian Claims Commission (1965). 

Resolution from the National Indian Youth Council calling for the resignation or impeachment of Chief Commissioner Arthur V. Watkins

F 26: Interior, Department of the (1965). 

a.  Newspaper clipping:  photograph of Rep. Carl Albert, Rep. Tom Steed and Oklahoma's Cherry Blossom Princess

b.  Legislation:  enrolled Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14 concerning `new era' of conservation in the U.S.

c.  Correspondence:  proposed disposal of government stockpiles of vanadium pentoxide; grazing and wildlife management on corps lands; fishery industry of the west coast

d.  Supplement to the "Denver Post" entitled "Empire"

e.  Press release from the U.S. Department of the Interior:  "Quest for Quality"

f.  Press releases from the U.S. Interior Department:  agreements with Kiamichi and Atoka Soil and Water Conservation District

F 27:  Interior, Department of the (1965).  Coal.

a.  Report:  "Program to Develop the Coal Industry of Arkansas and Oklahoma."

b.  Report:  1914 mine disaster at Admson, Oklahoma

c.  Newsletter from the National Coal Policy Conference:  choice of fuels to provide steam for desalting

d.  Magazine from the Consolidation Coal Company entitled "Consol"

e.  Newsletter from the National Coal Policy Conference:  updating Atomic Energy Act

f.  Pamphlet from the National Coal Association en titled:  "Coal as a Potential Source of Energy for Desalination"

g.  Booklet from the National Coal Policy Conference:  "Coal - Abundant, Dependable, Economical, Proven"

h.  Report:  annual report of the Office of Coal Research

F 28: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Fish and Wildlife Service.

a.  Press release from U.S. Department of the Interior:  changes for predator and rodent control work

b.  Booklet from fish and wildlife service, Interior Department:  "Hints on Coyote and Wolf Trapping"

c.  Report:  summary regarding fish and wildlife service projects

d.  Correspondence:  S. 1446 the Wild Rivers Act; S.1229 and H.R. 5269; grazing programs on perimeter lands licensed to wildlife departments

e.  Memo:  contracts for fish pesticide research work

f.  Report from the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife:  "National Wildlife Refuges - 1965"

F 29: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Fish and Wildlife Service:  Bureau of Sports Fisheries.

a.  Memo problems the Department of Wildlife Conservation has with federal programs

b.  Agenda of a meeting between Oklahoma Congressional Delegation and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

c.  Speech:  from the Director of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife

d.  Report:  "River Basins Report"

e.  Resolution from the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission"

f.  Reports:  trends in Hunting and Fishing in Oklahoma; adoption of new criteria between the U.S. Corps of Engineers and state of corps project lands; acquisition of surplus lands - Camp Gruber

F 30: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Fort Towson/Fort Washita.

a.  Pamphlets from the National Park Service:  "The National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings"; "The Registry of National Historic Landmarks"

b.  Press release from the Interior Department:  recommendation of 33 sites for national historic landmark status

c.  Press release:  Fort Washita federal recognition ceremonies

d.  Correspondence:  recognition of Fort Washita by the National Park Service; celebration to be held at Fort Towson; request for copy of treaty signed by Cherokee General, Stand Watie, to end the Civil War; federal aid for Ft. Towson

e. Pamphlet from the Oklahoma Historical Society:  Fort Washita

f.  Newspaper article:  Civil War commemoration at Fort Towson

F 31: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Geological Survey.

Press release from the Geological Survey:  gravity map of U.S. published by Geological Survey

F 32: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Guam.

a.  Letter of introduction for Antonio B. Won Pat, Rep., Guam

b.  Correspondence:  removal of Manuel F. L. Guerro, Governor of Guam

F 33: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs.

a.  Booklets from the Bureau of Indian Affairs:  "Governing Bodies of Indian Groups Under Federal Supervision"; "American Indians and the American Society"

b.  Report from Bureau of Indian Affairs:  "U.S. Indian Population and Land"

c.  News release from U.S. Department of the Interior:  standardizing preparation of Indian Tribal Rolls; special projects for Indians for vocational training and employment; manufacturers extend training for Indian workers

d.  Correspondence:  report on recreation and tourism development potentials in eastern and south-central Oklahoma, bill extending the time for final settlement of the affairs of the Choctaw Indians

e.  Resolution from the city council of Checotah, Oklahoma:  establishing Indian Territory U.S.A.

F 34: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Chickasaw.

a.  Correspondence:  resolution 8 adopted by the Chickasaw Nation which would increase the salary of the Governor of the Chickasaw Nation; resolution urging the reappointment of Overton James, Governor the Chickasaw Nation; payments to the Chickasaw nation for fiscal year 1966.

b.  Memo:  unclaimed shares of per capita funds held by the U.S. government for the benefit of the Chickasaw Nation

F 35: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Choctaw.

Correspondence:  appointment of principle chief of Choctaw Nation; disposition of Choctaw tribal lands

F 36: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Choctaw:  Termination Act.

a.  Legislation:  copy of Public Law 86-192 - H.R. 2722

b.  Correspondence:  Choctaw termination extension bill; amendment to the Choctaw Termination Act

c.  Copy of a page from the Congressional Record regarding H.R. 5960

d.  Memo:  H.R. 5860

e.  Memo from Bureau of Indian Affairs:  status of Choctaw Termination lands involved in bill requesting extension of time

f.  Statement from Carl Albert before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs, re:  H.R. 5860

g.  Legislation:  report to accompany H.R. 5860, copy of H. R. 5860

h. Newspaper article:  "Choctaw Move to End U.S. Assets Supervision"

F 37: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Comanche.

Resolution from the Comanche Indian Tribe: adoption of a constitution

F 38: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Creek.

a.  Resolution:  impeachment proceedings against William E. McIntosh, Chief of the Creek Nation

b.  Petition:  requesting investigation of the Creek Nation Tribe

c.  Correspondence:  reappointment of William E. McIntosh as Principal Chief of the Creek Indian Tribe

F 39: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Education.

a.  Memo:  Indian Education program; construction at Center Seminary

b. Correspondence:  Center Seminary; Cheyenne-Arapaho School

F 40: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Health.

a.  Correspondence:  Indian Health Matters

b.  Newspaper clippings:  Rep. Albert's assessment of the 89th Congress

F 41: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Housing.

Correspondence:  housing programs for American Indians on reservations

F 42: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Jones Academy.

Memo:  construction contracts for Jones Academy

F 43: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Little Axe Project.

a.  Newspaper article:  "Plans Filed for Proposed Little Axe Indian Project"

b. Correspondence:  Little Axe project; plans to incorporate the Little Axe Institute of Humanities and Industry

F 44: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Miami.

Correspondence:  distribution of the awards made by the Indian Claims Commission to the Miami Indians; disputes between the Miami Indians of Oklahoma and the Miami Indians of Indiana

F 45: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Muskogee Office Report.

Report from the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs, Branch of Land Operations Muskogee Area

F 46: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Navajo.

Newsletter from the Navajo Assistance, Inc.:  U.S. gov. policy towards American Indians

F 47: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Osage Report:  operations in the Osage Mineral Reservation

F 48: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Otoe-Missouria

Correspondence:  distribution of the Otoe-Missouria award in Docket No. 11-A

F 49: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Potawatomi.

Correspondence:  request for information about the delay in distribution of the Potawatomi judgement award

F 50: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Roads.

a.  Correspondence:  addition to the Indian Bureau Road System in southern Bryan County; contract for surfacing of roads in Pushmataha County

b.  Newspaper clippings:  Indian Road projects

c.  Map showing Indian Road projects

F 51: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Seminole.

Correspondence:  payment to Seminole Indians for lands taken from them in Florida; contractual dispute between the Seminole Tribe of Oklahoma and Systems Engineering Electronics, Inc.

F 52: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Indian Affairs:  Shawnee.

Resolution:  requesting opposition to terminal legislation affecting the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma until the tribe settles its claims against the government

F 53: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Land Management, Bureau of.

a.  Correspondence:  proposed seismographic and geophysical exploration regulations

b.  Copy of proposed rule making from the Federal Register

F 54: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Mines, Bureau of.

a.  Newsletter from the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines:  forecast of market demand for crude oil

b.  Report from the Bureau of Mines:  realignment of health and safety field activities

c.  Correspondence:  possibility that the mines reserve station in McAlester might be closed or moved

d.  Speech:  Adamson, Oklahoma, mine disaster of 1914

e.  Newspaper clippings:  funds for mines memorial fund

F 55: Interior, Department of the (1965).  National Park Service:  Platt/Arbuckle.

a.  Memo:  construction of facilities for Platt National Park; contract for aerial photography in topographic mapping

b.  Correspondence:  expansion of Platt National Park

F 56: Interior, Department of the (1965).  National Park Service.

a.  Correspondence:  dispute between Arkansas and the Choctaw Nations regarding West Ft. Smith Area

b.  Press releases from the U.S. Dept. of Interior:  historical sites; plan to beautify Washington parks

c.  Newsletter from the Sierra Club:  depletion of the California Redwoods

d.  Memo:  designation of Wheelock Academy as a national historic landmark

e.  Booklet:  "National Capital Landscape"

F 57: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Oil Imports.

a.  Booklet from the Independent Petroleum Association of America entitled:  "The Oil Producing Industry In Your State"

b.  Correspondence: oil production; Oklahoma Corporation Commission`s three proposals concerning the domestic petroleum industry.

c.  Report from the Independent Petroleum Association:  "Oil and the Balance of Payments Problem"

d.  Legislation:  joint resolution inviting states and foreign nations to participate in the International Petroleum Exposition

e. Press release from the Interior Department:  remarks of J. Cordell Moore, administrator, Oil Import Administration

f.  Memo:  State Department policy concerning petroleum imports and military purchases from the Caribbean area

g.  Correspondence:  recommendations of the independent oil producers recommendations to Secretary of Interior; imports and military purchases foreign petroleum products; recommended changes in the oil imports program

h.  Press releases from the Department of the Interior:  oil import program for 2nd half of 1965; appointment of Elmer L. Hochn as Oil Import Administrator; revisions to oil import program

i.  Report:  national security justification for retaining import controls

F 58: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Outdoor Recreation, Bureau of:  User Fees:  CA Departmental Colleagues.

a. Correspondence:  opposition to recreation user fees being instituted at Lake Texoma; opposition to P.L.  88-518 Land and Water Conservation Fund Act.

b.  Press release:  grants to states under Land and Water Conservation Fund

c.  Newspaper clippings:  recreation user fees at Lake Texoma

d.  Memo:  recreation user fees at Lake Texoma

e.  Report:  fact sheet on Land and Water Conservation Fund Program

f.  Pamphlet from the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation:  user fee regulations

g.  Press release from the U.S. Department of Agriculture:  Federal Recreation Areas

F 59: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Outdoor Recreation, Bureau of:  User Fees (A-P).

a.  Correspondence:  opposition to user fees on Lake Texoma

b.  Newspaper article:  user fees for Lake Texoma

F 60: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Outdoor Recreation, Bureau of:  User Fees (R-Y and multiples).

Correspondence:  opposition to user fees on Lake Texoma

F 61: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Reclamation, Bureau of.

a.  Booklet from the U.S. Dept. of the Interior:  Norman Project.

b.  Bureau of Reclamation budget for fiscal year 1966

c.  Correspondence:  recreational facility at the Lake of the Arbuckles; increase in the size of the aqueduct that will carry water from the Lake of the Arbuckles to Wynnewood

d.  Memo:  construction of a pumping plant for the disposal of Sulphur's sewage

e.  Press releases from the Interior Dept..:  bids on equipment contracts for water resource development projects; Wynnewood aqueduct project

F 62: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Samoa.

Magazine:  Saturday Review article entitled:  "Classroom TV Comes to Samoa"

F 63: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Southwestern Power Administration.

a.  Report of progress from the Southwestern Power Administration for the quarter ending March 1965.

b.  Memo:  hearings regarding Southwestern Power Administration proposal to run transmision lines through Bryan County

c.  Statement of Reeves Ritchie President of Arkansas Power and Light Co., before the Public Works subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations

d.  Memo:  appointment of a new Assistant Administrator for the Southwest Power Administration

e.  Press release from the Interior Department:  appointment of Assistant Administrator of Southwestern Power Administration

f.  Correspondence:  budget for construction of Southwest Power Association

F 64: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Water Resources.

a.  Press release from the Interior Department:  funds apportioned to the states from the land and water conservation fund

b.  Correspondence:  Water Research Institute funds; legislative history of P.L. 88-379

F 65: Interior, Department of the (1965).  Wild Rivers Act.

Legislation:  copy of S. 1446

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