CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 56

Box 57: Health, Education and Welfare (1966) - Interior (1966).

F 1: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education:  Dept. Releases.

a.  Notification to Members of Congress from Bureau of Adult and Vocational Education:  the Higher Education Act of 1965

b.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW:  assistance to refugees in the US, Cuban student loan program

c.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Higher Education Act of 1965

d.  Notification to Simon from HEW, Office of Education:  Higher Education Act of 1965

e.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965; special project grants to strengthen State Department of Education

f.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Higher Education Act of 1965; approval of grants for institutions participating in the Institutions participating in the Educational Opportunity Grants Program

g.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  the Higher Education Act of 1965; institutional assistance grant program

h.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education; Higher Educational Act of 1965; strengthening developing institutions

i. Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Higher Education Act of 1965; approval of grants to institutions participating in the college library resources program

j.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Migration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962; loans to Cuban students in institution of higher education

k.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Higher Education Act of 1965; appointment of National Teaching Fellows

l.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Economic Opportunity Act of 1969; approval of awards for institutions participating in the college work-study program

F 2: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  Higher Education.

a.  Correspondence:  booklet on the new Compact for Education; brochure:  "Get Ready for College and Go"; and article in Harper's:  "The Shame of the Graduate Schools"; a "cluster" college at the University of the Pacific

b. Bulletins:  "Higher Education and National Affairs" from the American Council on Education

F 3: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Office of Higher Education:  District Grants.

a.  Correspondence:  college work-study funds; utilization of talent proposal; the construction of building additions at Southeastern State College; a youth development proposal; the National Defense Student Loan allocation for Murray State Agricultural College

b.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  Economic Opportunity Act of 1969; approval of supplemental grants for institutions participating in the college work study program

c.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  National Defense Education Act.  Loans to students in institutions of higher education

d.  Data:  educational supplemental grants

e.  Data:  new and continuing traineeships

F 4: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  Mental Retardation.

List:  colleges and universities participating in the program for the preparation of professional personnel in the education of handicapped children

F 5: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  N.D.E.A.

a.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  loans to students in institutions of higher education

b.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  testing for nonpublic elementary, secondary, junior college and technical institute students

c.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  language development

d.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  language development

e.  Notification to Members of Congress from HEW, Office of Education:  allotment to states for strengthening instruction in science, mathematics, modern foreign languages and other subjects

F 6: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  General Correspondence.

Correspondence:  United Student Aid Fund Inc.; parochial schools and the enactment of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965; college financial aid recipients from the Bureau of Indian Affairs living in Oklahoma District 3; opposition to the support of church related colleges with federal funds; a list of school districts and superintendents; a form letter from Tom Steed concerning 1967 fiscal year Bureau of Budget proposals; the promotion of patriotism and exposing of communism; the "Doubleday Guide to Federal Aid Programs, 1966-7a"; prayer in schools

F 7: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  School Closings:  Brushy Ridge.

Correspondence:  the lack of funding for Brushy Ridge School

F 8: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education, Office of:  School Closings:  Tatums, OK.

a.  Correspondence:  the closing of Tatums school

b.  Clipping:  "Tatums Residents Want Annexation" The Daily Ardmoreite.  July 7, 1966

F 9: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Education:  Vocational Education.

Correspondence:  appropriation under the Vocational Education Act of 1963; opposition to a Cosmetology Dept. at the Ardmore Area Vocational School; an application for a grant for strengthening developing institutions

F 10: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Food and Drug Administration:  Food Supplements.

Correspondence:  establishment of tolerances for residues of DDT and DDE in milk; labeling the ingredients of bread offered for sale; the use of Krebiozen as an anti-cancer agent

F 11: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Food and Drug Administration:  Food Supplements.

a.  Correspondence:  the regulations of special diet foods and diet supplements

b.  Bulletin:  "FDA Vitamin Regulations Delayed" Randall's Health Bulletin August 13, 1966

c.  Bulletin:  "Suit Attacks FDA Dietary Food Regulations" Randall's Health Bulletin October 1, 1966.

F 12: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  General Correspondence.

a.  Correspondence:  the Ardmore outfall sewer project; the handbook of programs of HEW; a work experience and training programs in McCurtain, Choctaw, and Pushmataha Counties; the Wewoka hospital matter; the Hill-Burton grants to the Bryan County Memorial Hospital; a Hill-Burton grant to King's Daughters and Sons Nursing Home, Inc., Durant; appropriations for tuberculosis projects; chiropractic medicine

b. Booklet:  "What Medicine Really Thinks about Chiropractic"

c.  Brochure:  "Pre-professional Requirements for Chiropractic" American Chiropractic Association

d.  Press release:  compliance in the health and medical fields with Title IV of the Civil Rights act of 1964

F 13: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  General Data.

a.  Pamphlet:  list of Public Health Service Publications available

b.  Publication:  "National Institutes of Health" HEW, Public Health Service revised 1966

c.  Report:  "Progress against Cancer" the National Advisory Cancer Council, 1966

F 14: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Atoka Hospital.

Correspondence:  Atoka Memorial Hospital

F 15: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Founded for Senior Citizens.

a.  Correspondence:  misunderstanding of a nursing home project and the Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc.

b.  Report:  "Oklahoma Rehabilitation Center Research and Rehabilitation Division" the Foundation for Senior Citizens

c.  Booklet:  "Oklahoma Rehabilitation Center, an Urgent Need for Oklahoma" Correspondents include:  Mike Monroney, Fred Harris, Tom Steed, Page Belcher, John Jarman, Ed Edmondson, and Jed Johnson

F 16: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Goodman, Sula.

a.  Correspondence:  general

b.  Program:  "Dedication, Robert S. Kerr Water Research Center" Department of the Interior

c.  Newsletter:  "Talking Leaves" March-April 1966

d.  Newsletter:  "Talking Leaves" August 1966

e.  Article:  "Health is a Community Affair" Journal of the American Medical Association April 25, 1966

f.  Articles:  "Guideposts" November, 1966

g.  Clippings:  "Albert Sure to Bury Pate, District Oldtimers Claim" Oklahoma City Times Oct. 28, 1966

F 17: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Healdton.

a.  Correspondence:  a hoped-for hospital project

b.  Report:  "Healdton, Oklahoma - Hospital Survey and Programs" Ben L. Kline, Hospital Consultant, OKC.  August 1, 1969

F 18: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Indian Health.

a.  Correspondence:  the drilling of wells to serve Indian homes in the Idabel area; the Indian Health Program of the U.S. Public Health Service

b.  Publication:  "The Indian Health Program of the U.S. Public Health Service" HEW; Public Health Service Publication No. 1026 Rev. 1966

c.  Press releases:  unusual and interesting jobs for registered nurses available at Oklahoma Indian Hospitals; a meeting of Indian Health area public health nurses; Billy G. Wells going to University of North Carolina to work on a masters degree in Public Health; the assignment of two new specialists to the Office of Environmental Health; a three day institute on program packaging

d.  Publications:  "Talking Leaves" July 1965, Jan., March-April (two copies), May-June, August 1966

e.  Publication:  "Talking Leaves - PHS Personals" May 1966

F 19: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Nursing.

Correspondence:  the shortage of trained nurses; the nurse training program

F 20: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Public Health Service:  Pollution.

a.  Correspondence:  Air pollution control standards; the possibility of a transfer of administrative responsibility for the water pollution control program; water pollution and water quality management; the Sixth Annual Survey of Municipal Treatment Needs

b.  Report "Calgon Corporation - 1965 Annual Report"

F 21: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Health Service: OU.

a.  Correspondence:  application for matching funds to construct the University Hospital; grant applications for the basic sciences education building

b.  Notification:  "Division of Regional Medical Programs Grant Award to the Oklahoma Region"

c. Application for joint construction grant, HEW

F 22: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Social Security.

Correspondence:  statistics of cash benefits for 1965 under the social security program; copies of publications of the Social Security Administration

F 23: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Social Security:  Medicare.

a.  Correspondence:  question on the Medicare application concerning communism; Medicare being awarded to "Sonny" Rogers; the affect of the Medicare program on medical technologists; the implementation of the 1965 amendments to the Social Security Act; the need for state powers in the allocation of Medicare; the deadline for enrolling in the Supplementary Medical Insurance Program; the implementation of the Medicare program; problems in connection with hospital participation in the Medicare program; help bing asked for in changing the rules and regulations for reimbursement

b.  Press release hospitals found eligible under the Civil Rights Act of 1969 to participate in Medicare

c.  Press release: payment for medical emergency services furnished elderly people in hospitals not participating in the Medicare program

d.  Newsletter:  "Medicare Newsletter" HEW June 1, 1966

e.  Booklet:  "For Physicians, a Reference Guide to Health Insurance under Social Security" HEW, June 1966

f.  Booklet:  "Health Insurance under Social Security ... Your Medicare Handbook" HEW June 1966

F 24: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Social Security:  Medicare.

a.  Correspondence:  provisions of the Medicare Act which will have catastrophic effects on hospitals which cannot meet the requirements for 24-hour nursing services; the publication concerning editorial and news reaction to the beginning of Medicare

b.  Clipping:  "Medicare Frets Small Hospitals" Tulsa World June 4, 1966

c.  Clipping:  "Generally Higher Doctor Bills May Follow Beginning of Medicare Program on July 1" The Wall Street Journal May 23, 1966

d.  Report:  "Oklahoma-Participating Hospitals, Participating Home Health Agencies, Non-Participating Hospitals and Reason and Denials"

e.  Report:  "Hospital Participation Report"

f.  Brochure:  "A Brief Explanation-Social Security Special Benefits for People 72 or Over" HEW Nov. 1965

g.  Brochure: "A Brief Explanation of Medicare; Health Insurance for the Aged" HEW Aug. 1965

h.  Publication:  "Editorial of News Reaction to the Beginning of Medicare July 6, 1966"

i.  H.R. Report No. 1419 (H.R. 1422):  "Title XVIII of Social Security Act and Social Security Amendments of 1965" Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, 89th Congress, 2nd session, 1966

j.  H.R. 14229:  "To amend part B of Title XVIII of the Social Security Act so as to extend through May 31, 1966, the initial period for enrolling under the program of supplementary medical insurance benefits for the aged" Committee on Ways and Means, 89th Congress, 2nd session, 1966

F 25: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Welfare Programs.

a.  Correspondence:  an additional grant under the Economic Opportunity Act for continuing work experience and training programs in Leflore, Latimer, and Haskell counties; the dispute over the administration of the public welfare program; the subject of aid to dependent children

b.  Press release:  grant from Bureau of Family Services of the Welfare Administration

c.  Press release:  a training grant for Southeastern State College in Durant, Ok

d.  Clippings:  welfare, The Oklahoma Journal April 11, 1966

F 26: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966). General Data.

a.  Correspondence:  the publication "Trends in Housing"

b.  Public Law 89-117 (H.R. 7984) "To assist in the provision for low and moderate income families, to promote orderly urban development, to improve living environment in urban areas, and to extend and amend laws relating to housing, urban renewal, and community facilities" (cited as the `Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965') 89th Congress, 1st Session

c.  Newsletter "Sensing the News" Southeastern States Industrial Council. Feb 3, 1966

d.  Report:  "Programs of the Housing and Home Finance Agency" Aug. 1965

e.  Report:  "Draft of Requirements to Assist Applicants in Filing for Federal Grant for Neighborhood Facilities Program"

f.  Report:  "Public Facility Loans" HUD, August 1966

g.  Literature:  federal assistance for water and sewer systems and sewage treatment works (made available through the Office of Congressional Liaison, HUD)

F 27: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966). General Correspondence.

Correspondence:  a speech by Eliot Stanley with particular note of the remarks on sewer and water projects; the college Housing Loan program problems at OSU; HUD and the conflict between the "Statistical Metropolitan Planning Area" and grants from the FHA; the publications "Federal Aids to Local Governments" and "National Municipal Policy"; grant-in-aid credit and the Central Business District Urban Renewal Project of Oklahoma City; the opening of a HUD one-stop information center in Washington D.C.

F 28: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Community Facilities Administration.

Correspondence:  college housing loan funds for Eastern Oklahoma A&M; the financing of certain developments at Foster City, CA; McAlester's application for a Community Facilities Loan

F 29: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Federal Housing Administration.

Correspondence:  the FHA home mortgage insurance program for veterans; Carl's daughter Mary Francis as the OK Cherry Blossom Princess; down payment requirements when using VA and FHA loan guarantees; a "Reader's Digest" article on the FHA; opposition to the FHA; the FHA recruitment of staff for the rent supplement program; a low to medium cost apartment project in Tulsa; discounts on FHA loans; lack of finances in the home building industry; a mortgage financing problem at Arkoma, OK; the conference report on urban mass transportation

F 30: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Federal National Mortgage Association.

Correspondence:  the announcement that FNMA would not purchase FHA and VA loans in excess of $15,000

F 31: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Oklahoma Projects.

Correspondence:  HUD projects at the following:  Idabel, Heavener, Picker, Madill, Antlers, Broken Bow, Eastern Oklahoma A&M, Atoka County, Savana, Valliant, the Choctaw Nation, the Chickasaw Nation, Hugo, Atoka, Tishomingo, Wilburton, Bokchito, Caddo, Southwestern State College and Spiro

F 32: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Oklahoma State Urban Planning.

a.  Correspondence:  a Federal grant under the Urban Planning Assistance Program

b.  Application:  Application for U.P.A. grant for the State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Industrial development and Park Department

F 33: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1966).  Urban Renewal Administration.

a.  Correspondence:  projects at the following: McAlester and Guymon

b.  Pamphlet:  "CRP - What it is...How it may be Used" HUD Oct. 1963

c.  Report:  "The Workable Program for Community Improvement" HUD Nov. 1965

d.  Report "The Workable Program for Community Improvement" HUD Nov. 1965

e.  Report:  "Urban Beautification and Improvement Program" HUD Nov. 1965

f.  Report:  "Beautification Aids for Urban Areas" HUD Nov 1965

g.  Report:  "Neighboring Facilities Grant Program" HUD Jan. 1966

h.  Report:  "Open-Space Land Program" HUD Sept. 1965

i.  Report:  "Open-Space Land Program" HUD Sept. 1965

F 34: Interior, Department of (1966). 

a.  Correspondence:  the resignation of Thomas Kenan; a working agreement with the Pushmataha County soil and Conservation District; a working agreement with the Leflore County Soil and Water Conservation District; the construction of the Palo Verde Project, Blythe, California; the ratification of the Kansas-Oklahoma Arkansas compact; the "Cabin site Regulations" in the Federal Register

b. Yearbook:  "The Population Challenge" Interior

F 35: Interior, Department of (1966).  Alaska Railroad.

Correspondence:  government ownership of the Alaska Railroad and possible unfair advantages of competition

F 36: Interior, Department of (1966).  Budget.

a.  Report:  "Funds appropriated, fiscal year 1966 and requested in the President's Budget Fiscal Year 1967 for the State of Oklahoma" Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs

b.  Report:  "Department of the Interior Program for the Bureau of Land Management, fiscal year 1967"

F 37: Interior, Department of (1966).  Coal.

a.  Correspondence:  allocations for coal research to the Oklahoma-Arkansas area; a meeting with Ward Padgett, Oklahoma Chief Mine Inspector; coal association ads

b.  Report:  "A Program to Revive the Coal Industry of Arkansas and Oklahoma

F 38: Interior, Department of (1966).  Fish and Wildlife Service.

a.  Correspondence:  resolutions adopted by the International Association of Game, Fish, and Conservation Commissioners; a trout fishing program on the Illinois River; cooperative wildlife research units; migratory bird permits

b.  Booklet:  "Duck Stamp Data" Fish and Wildlife Service

c.  Booklet:  "30 Years of Cooperative Wildlife Research Units" The Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife

F 39:  Interior, Department of (1966).  Geological Survey.

F 40: Interior, Department of (1966).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of.

Correspondence:  the Choctaw and Cherokee Nation's claims to sections of old Arkansas River bid; a contrast awarded to Durant Electronics, Inc.; a booklet on Oklahoma Indians; contributions made by John O. Crow (Associate Director Bureau of Land Management) for the advancement of the Indian People of the US; the swearing-in of Robert L. Bennett, Commissioner of Bureau of Indian Affairs; the Choctaw Termination Act extension; a speech by commissioner Robert L. Bennett; a National Congress of American Indians staff appointment (John Belindo); the extension of the Indian Road between Talihina and Red Oak; the Ozarka Economic Development Program; a meeting of the Tribal Leadership

F 41: Interior, Department of (1966).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Arts and Crafts

a.  Correspondence:  Terry Saul's prize winning painting Buffalo Dancer; a publication of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board; a study grant from the National Endowment for the Arts; the Southern Plains Indians Museum and Crafts Center in Anadarko

b.  Photograph:  Buffalo Dancer by C. Terry Saul

c.  List:  "Scroll American Indian Exposition"

d.  Publication:  "Sources of Indian and Eskimo Arts and Crafts"

F 42: Interior, Department of (1966).  Indian Affairs, Bureau of:  Booklets and Releases.

a.  Correspondence:  a report requested in Executive Report No. 1 from the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

b.  Press release:  "Remarks of the President at Swearing-in of Robert L. Bennett as Commissioner of Bureau of Indian Affairs in East Room"

c.  News release:  "Newsbriefs from the Bureau of Indian Affairs"

d.  News release:  "Adoptions of Indian Children Increase"

e.  News release:  "Two High Posts Filled in Indian Bureau Reorganization, Udall Announces"

f.  News release:  "Three High Posts Filled in Indian Bureau Reorganization, Udall Announces"

g.  News release:  "BIA Awards Contract for Road Project on Idaho Reservation"

h.  News release:  "BIA Shifts four Career Employees"

i.  News release:  "New Booklet Series Describes American Indian Life"

j.  Booklet:  "American Indians and the Federal Government"

k.  Booklet:  "Indians of Oklahoma"

l.  Booklet:  "Answers to Questions about the American Indian"

m.  Booklet:  "Indians of the Northwest"

n.  Booklet:  "Indians of the Dakotas"

o.  Booklet:  "Indians of Montana-Wyoming"

p.  Report:  "Report to the Congress of the U.S.  Need for Improvement in the Management of Vehicle Utilization"

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