CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 55

Box 56: Commerce (1966) - Health, Education and Welfare (1966).

F 1: Commerce, Department of (1966).  Ozark Regional Development.

a.  Correspondence:  position of federal co-chairman for the Ozarka regional development commission

b.  Newspaper article:  "Echoes of Ozarka Regional Development Commission

c.  Memo:  establishment of Ozarka Regional Development Commission

d.  Agenda for discussion on the Ozarka Economic Development Region

e.  Report:  "Procedure for Establishing Regional Commissions"

f.  Map of Oklahoma showing party affiliation by county

g.  Report:  listing criteria used in determining which counties to be included in the Ozarka program

h.  Booklet:  "Economic Facts about Asphalt Highways in Petroleum - Producing"

i. Correspondence:  cooperative agreement between the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and University of Missouri for participation in the Ozarks Regional Development program; job requirements and job opportunities with Ozarks Regional Development Commission

j. Newspaper articles:  Ozarka regional development association

k.  Report from Northeastern State College:  "Ozarka Work-Study Project

F 2: Commerce, Department of (1966).  Ozark Regional Development:  Legislation.

a.  Memo:  Ozark Regional Development Act of 1966

b.  Legislation:  copy of the Ozark Regional Development Act of 1966

F 3: Commerce, Department of (1966).  Regional Development:  Association Materials.

a.  Press release:  Eugene Foley, Assistant Secretary and Director of Economic Development, Commerce Dept.  visit to Oklahoma

b.  Photograph of Mr. Foley at Robert S. Kerr Airport in Poteau, OK

c. Newspaper article:  "Ozarka Hints Broad New Opportunities"

d.  Correspondence:  disappointment in using name Ozarka instead of Ozarks; annual convention of the Ozarka Regional Association

e. Petition:  unfair park entrance fees

F 4: Commerce, Department of (1966).  Public Roads, Bureau of.

a.  List of highway safety improvement projects authorized by the Bureau of Public Roads

b.  Address by the Chairman of the Illinois State Toll Highway Commission:  "Crystal-Balling the Future for New Toll Highways"

c.  Report from the Oklahoma State Highway Department:  extension of S.H. 150 (proposed bridge)

d.  Correspondence:  proposed rerouting of State Highway 9; road safety and esthetics; use of hydrated lime in the construction of housing projects and interstate highways

F 5: Defense, Department of (1966). 

a.  Map:  shows area of low altitude operation of U.S. combat aircraft

b.  Memo:  proposed conference with Secretary McNamara

c.  Correspondence:  Army announces it will purchase oleo instead of butter of butter; procurement of the HS-125 aircraft; armed forces cutback in swine consumption; release of copper from the national stockpiles; disposition of bread at Camp Gruber

d.  Magazine:  "The Journal of the Armed Forces"

e.  Legislation:  copy of H. Con. Res. establishing a joint committee on national service and the draft

f.  Report:  results of recent launch vehicle programs of the Convair division of General Dynamics

F 6: Defense, Department of (1966).  Construction.

a.  Press release from the Defense Department:  authorization for military construction totaling $1,044,654,000 sought by DOD

b.  Legislation:  copy of a bill to authorize certain construction at military installations

F 7: Defense, Department of (1966).  Air Force.

a.  Newspaper article:  death of Thomas Dresser White, former Air Force Chief of Staff

b.  Memo:  request for ticket to the State of the Union Address for Secretary of the Air Force Brown

c.  Correspondence:  re-designation of the military air transport service to the military airlift command; announcement that Air Force Secretary Harold Brown will speak at the Armed Forces forum; Navy's policy on rotation of personnel from Vietnam to the U.S., additional personnel at Altus AFB; appointment of Lawrence Hightner as Director of Legislature Liaison for the Secretary of the AF

d.  Report:  utility airplane procurement

F 8: Defense, Department of (1966).  Air Force:  Clinton Sherman Base.

Correspondence:  proposed closing of the Clinton-Sherman AFB

F 9: Defense, Department of (1966).  Air Force:  Oklahoma Air National Guard

Correspondence:  post cards from Oklahoma Air National Guard pilots describing where they landed and their cargo

F 10: Defense, Department of (1966).  Air Force:  Tinker Air Force Base.

Correspondence:  GAM Contract Maintenance Program

F 11: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army.

a.  Information sheets from the Department of the Army to Congressional members:  Army Reserve units first reserve components to go "Co-Star"; notification of next of kin; Army experts officer candidate program; assignment of "sole surviving" sons; ROTC scholar ships

b.  Schedule:  schedule of demonstrations by the U.S. Army Parachute Team

c.  Correspondence:  Army's Light Observation Helicopter program; circumstances surrounding the closing of the children's hospital at the 85th Evacuation Hospital South Vietnam; H.R. 17195

d.  Resolutions adopted by the members of the 82nd airborne division

e.  Report from the Defense Personnel Support Center:  "How to Sell your Products to the Defense Personnel Support Center"

f. Correspondence: Bill Brewster request for deferment and commission as a pharmacist.

F 12: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Camp Gruber.

Correspondence:  transfer of Camp Gruber lands to the State of Oklahoma

F 13: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Fort Chaffee.

a.  Newspaper clipping:  "Reserves Facing Call-Up to Staff Training Camps?"

b.  Correspondence:  establishment of training centers by the U.S. Army support for the reactivation of Ft. Chaffee; construction of Fort Leonard Wood

c.  Petition:  urging support for reactivation of Ft. Chaffee

d.  Newspaper article:  "Unions Hinder Ft. Wood Recruits"

F 14: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers

a.  Memo:  awarding of construction contract on the Gillham Dam and Reservoir, Arkansas project

b.  Correspondence:  preservation of the site of the Spiro Mounds; transfer of General Richard H. Free; announcements of the awarding of contracts

c.  Press releases from the Army Corps of Engineers:  Walter P. Leber named Army Engineer Director of Civil Works; William T. Bradley named Southwestern Division Engineer; Army Engineers Establish Central Coordinating Office; Elmer P. Yates named Executive Director of Civil Works

F 15: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Miscellaneous Projects.

a.  Correspondence:  land requirements and the acquisition schedule for the Daw Dam and Reservoir Project; Gillham, DeQueen, and Dierks Reservoirs

b.  Newsletter:  Lincoln County Historical Newsletter

c.  Statement of Elbert Cook, before the Subcommittee on Public Works of the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives

F 16: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army Corps of Engineers:  Appropriations

a.  Report from the Civil Works Study Board:  civil works program of the Corps of Engineers

b.  Press release from the U.S. Army:  budget for Civil Works program of Army Engineers in fiscal year 1967

F 17: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Arkansas River/Navigation

a.  Program for the annual meeting of the Arkansas Basin Development Association

b.  Correspondence:  land requirements and acquisition schedule for locks and dams Nov. 17 and 18 on the Verdigris River; flood

c.  Newspaper articles:  Lake Eufaula Canal

d.  Nature of Public Hearing on Arkansas River and Tributaries Great Bend, Kansas to Tulsa, Oklahoma

F 18: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Central Oklahoma Project.

a.  Press release:  additional studies of the "Central Oklahoma Project"

b.  Correspondence:  deadline for comments on "Central Oklahoma Project"

F 19: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Grazing

a.  Resolution from the Agriculture Committee of the State Legislature Counsel:  restrictions on the use of Corps of Engineers' land in Oklahoma

b. Correspondence:  grazing on land licensed by the Corps of Engineers

c.  Table:  reservoir lands in Oklahoma licensed to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

F 20: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Poteau River Basin

a.  Correspondence:  study of Poteau Watershed

b.  Notice of public hearing of Poteau River Basin Oklahoma and Arkansas

F 21: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Red Rover; Lake Texoma

a.  Interim report on navigation and bank stabilization - Red River below Denison Dam, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas

b.  Notice of public hearing on Denison Dam (Lake Texoma) Texas and Oklahoma

c.  Report:  Red River below Denison Dam, Louisiana, Ardansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas

F 22: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers Waurika Reservoir

a.  Correspondence:  creation of a national wildlife refuge in the Waurika Reservoir area

b.  Resolutions from the Lawton and Duncan Chambers of Commerce:  need for appropriations for the Waurika Reservoir Project for fiscal year 1967

F 23: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers User Fees, CA Materials

a.  Newspaper articles:  opposition to admission fees at State Lakes

b.  Memos:  admission and entrance fee changes

c.  Copy of letter sent to people who signed petition opposing entrance and admission fees for the use of state lakes

d.  Statement of Albert before the Subcommittee on Flood Control of the Committee on Public Works

e.  Copies of the draft of the statement by Albert before the Subcommittee on Flood Control of the Committee on Public Works

f.  Press release from Albert's office regarding testimony before the Subcommittee on Flood Control of the Committee on Public Works

F 24: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers User Fees:  Correspondence

Correspondence:  designated change areas; repeal of the Corps of Engineers authority to charge entrance and admission fees

F 25: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers User Fees:  Data.

a.  Newspaper articles:  admission fee program; location of 100 fee collection points; new criteria for fee collection sites

b.  Pamphlet from the National Waterways Conference, Inc.:  "Waterway User Changes - Threat to the Economy"

c.  Pamphlet:  "Navigation Comes to Northeast Oklahoma in 1970 - Port of Catoosa"

d.  Report to accompany H.R. 13313

e.  Legislation:  copy of H.R.13313, 13572, 13584, 14242

f.  Remarks of Ed Edmondson:  admission fees

g.  Newsletter:  conservation report:  House Rules Committee Defense Action on Recreation Fees

h.  News release from the Fish and Wildlife service:  list of natural refuges and hatcheries that will charge entrance fees

i.  Editorial:  copy of Editorial #691 given by KOTV 6:   repeal of user fees

j.  Statement of McAlester Chamber of Commerce:  user fees to be charged on Corps of Engineers Lakes

F 26: Defense, Department of (1966).  Army:  Corps of Engineers User fees:  Petitions

Petitions:  opposition to entrance and admission fees

F 27: Defense, Department of (1966).  Civil Defense.

Report:  McAlester - Pittsburg County Civil Defense Progress Report

F 28: Defense, Department of (1966).  Household Goods Carriers

Correspondence:  Department of Defense policies concerning multiple representation of household goods carriers; consolidation of the OKC area, Area XII, household goods office with the Topeka, Kansas office

F 29: Defense, Department of (1966).  National Guard/Reserves

a.  Correspondence:  debate on the Reserve Forces Bill of Rights and Vitalization Act; post card:  Oklahoma Air National Guard flight to Greenland

b.  Memo:  new National Guard Armory on Durant

c.  Magazine:  "The National Guardsman"

F 30: Defense, Department of (1966).  Navy.

Correspondence:  greetings from the Chief of Legislative Affairs of the U.S. Navy; completion of sea trials by the U.S.S. James K. Polk, the U.S.S. George C. Marshall, U.S.S. Francis Scott Key, U.S.S. George Washington Carver, U.S.S. Flasher, U.S.S. Will Rogers, Attack Submarine Ray, U.S.S. Pargo, U.S.S. Sturgeon, U.S.S. Voye

F 31: Defense, Department of (1966).  Navy:  Naval Ammunition Depot

a.  Memo:  increase in civilian personnel ceiling at U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot; reorganization that may adversely affect McAlester Ammunition Depot; increase in wages

b.  Correspondence:  reorganization at McAlester Ammunition  Depot

c.  Newsletter:  "The McANAD News"

F 32: Defense, Department of (1966).  Vietnam.

a.  Correspondence:  post card from Oklahoma Air National Guard pilots describing their cargo and destination; assignment of tours in Vietnam

b.  Newsletter from the Reserve Officers Association:  "The Officer Reporter"

c.  Guidelines for the travel of political candidates to or within Vietnam

d.  Newspaper article:  "Bottleneck in Army Reserve Training Bared by Probe"

F 33: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (1966).

a.  Pamphlet from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:  Title VII of 1964 Civil Rights Act

b.  Newsletter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

c.  Excerpts from remarks of Dr. Luther Holcomb, Vice Chairman, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

F 34: Federal Aviation Agency (1966). 

a.  Correspondence:  expansion of the Washington National Airport; traffic count at the Ardmore Industrial Airpark, affects of an airline's strike; legislation to establish a Civil Aviation Academy; federal aid for Idabel Airport; municipal airport for Henryetta; non-stop jet service from OKC to NYC

b.  Memo:  Stromberg-Carlson plant

c.  Statement of P.L. Siemiller, International President of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

F 35: Federal Communications Commission (1966). 

Correspondence:  application for a radio station at Sallisaw

F 36: Federal Communications Commission (1966).  CATV:  FCC Materials

Reports:  FCC consideration of Community Antenna Television (CATV) systems

F 37: Federal Communications Commission (1966).  CATV:  Out of State

a.  Correspondence:  regulation of community antenna television systems

b.  Article from the Harvard Law Review:  The Wire Mire:  The FCC and CATV

c.  Booklet:  TV and Communities

d.  Pamphlet:  "CATV - Community Antenna Television"

e.  Article from the TV and Communications Magazine:  "The History, Nature, and Scope of CATV

F 38: Federal Communications Commission (1966).  CATV:  Oklahoma Correspondence.

Restriction of the FCC's action in assumption of control of CATV systems

F 39: Federal Communications Commission (1966).  CATV:  Oklahoma, Ardmore

Correspondence:  restriction of the FCC's action in assumption of control of CATV systems

F 40: Federal Communications Commission (1966).  CATV:  Oklahoma, Hugo

Correspondence:  restriction of the FCC's action in assumption of control of CATV systems

F 41:  Federal Communications Commission (1966).  Educational Broadcasting

Legal brief and comments of the Ford Foundation in response to paragraphs 4(a) and 4(b) of the Commission's Notice of Inquiry of March 2, 1966

F 42: Federal Home Loan Band Board (1966).

a.  Report from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka

b.  Correspondence:  basic functions of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board

F 43: Federal Power Commission (1966).

Correspondence:  application for position with the Federal Power Commission; status report of docket numbers

F 44: Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (1966).

Report:  22nd semi-annual report of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States

F 45: General Services Administration (1966)

a.  Memo:  General Services Administration efforts to expand domestic copper production

b.  Legislation:  copy of proposed bill for construction of buildings for postal purposes

c.  Newspaper clipping:  federal subsidies for Copper

d.  Bulletin from the U.S. Civil Defense Council

e.  Memo:  invitation for bids for conversion and remodeling of federal building and U.S. Court House in McAlester

F 46: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966). 

a.  Correspondence:  Rep. Albert's support of the humane movement in America; invitation to Rep. Albert to attend the 1966 National Conference on air pollution

b.  Program from HEW:  National Conference on air pollution

c.  Booklet from HEW:  grants-in-aid and other financial assistance programs

F 47: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  General Data.

a.  Releases from HEW, Office of Education, to Members of Congress:  National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 1965; funds under Title IIB of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964

b.  Report from the National Education Association:  estimates of School Statistics, 1965-6

c.  Press release from HEW:  P.L. 89-435

d.  Report from the National Educational Radio

F 48: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  Civil Rights.

a. Data:  school desegregation plans under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act of 1964

b.  Memo:  desegregation plans under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

c.  Correspondence:  revised school desegregation guidelines, Public Law 874 funds for the Eagletown School District Desegregation plans for the Beggs, OK schools

d.  Newspaper article:  end of the neighborhood schools

F 49: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  District Grants.

Correspondence:  telegrams:  schools applications for federal assistance under Public Law 874

F 50: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  Elementary/Secondary.

a.  Release from HEW to Members of Congress:  reallocation funds for fiscal year 1966 under Title II of the 1965 Education Act

b.  Pamphlet:  "Progress Under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 P.L. 89-10"

c.  Data:  list of school districts to receive federal funds

d.  Report:  Kingfisher County, Oklahoma plan for supplementary service

e.  Correspondence:  provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

F 51: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  Handicapped.

a.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW:  Program for the Preparation of Professional Personnel in the Evaluation of Handicapped Children

b.  Report from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf

F 52: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  Health Professions.

Notification to Members of Congress from HEW:  The Award of Grants Authorized by the Health Professions Educational Assistance Amendments of 1965

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