Box 63: Health, Education and Welfare (1967) - Interior (1967).
F 1: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Education: Higher Education: Southeastern/Eastern/Murray State Program.
a. Correspondence: educational programs for Oklahoma colleges; Title III Higher Education Act applications; grant application of Southeastern State Colleges; application for continued funding of vocational -technical Education program between Southeastern State College, Eastern State Jr. College, and Murray State Jr. College
b. Report: Title III, strengthening developing institutions
F 2: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Education: NDEA.
a. Correspondence: approval of additional allocations to institutions participating in the National Defense Student Loan Program; National Defense Education Act Title VI, Language Development; NDEA institute at Southeastern State College; NDFA graduate fellowship program
b. Report: statistics on NDEA student loans allocations 1966-7; stats on summer 1968 NDEA programs TITLE VI; NDEA graduate fellowship allocations by state and institution 1968-9; NDFA institutes for advanced study
F 3: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). National Education Association.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of annual report of NEA; transmittal of "Rankings of the States, 1967"
b. Report: "Research Report 1966 - estimates of school statistics 1966-7"; "Research Report 1967 - Rankings of the States, 1967"
F 4: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Education: Public Broadcasting Act.
Fact sheet: the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, H.R. 6736
F 5: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Education: Vocational Education.
Correspondence: administration of vocational-technical education at the federal level; vocational counseling
F 6: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Education: Vocational Education.
a. Correspondence: status of Oklahoma vo-tech centers; vo-tech applications pending with various federal agencies
b. Report: "Research, Development and Implementation of Area Vocational-Technical Training Centers in the Five Economic Development Districts in Oklahoma"; "MDTA Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center for Manpower Development Training in the Five State Region of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Louisiana"; "A Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center for Manpower Development Training in the Five State Region of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Louisiana
F 7: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Food and Drug Administration.
a. Correspondence: proposed FDA supplement regulations; FDA'S Food Supplemental Order; transmittal of news article "Two Steps Forward?"; health food and the FDA; authority of FDA to regulate availability of food and drugs; regulating advertisement of drugs by FDA
b. Clipping: "Our Views of Dangers - Two Steps Forward?"
F 8: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Nursing Care.
a. Correspondence: withdrawal of nursing aid assistance to relatives of welfare patients; medical care in the form of nursing in the patient's home; policy that prohibits the Dept. of Public Welfare from paying relatives for the nursing care they render
b. Clippings: "America Needs Strong Leaders"; "Panama Treaty: Dynamite"
F 9: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Nursing Home.
Report: "Federal Aid for Nursing Homes"; "Conditions of Participation for Extended Care Facilities"
F 10: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service.
a. Correspondence: public hearings to establish water quality criteria; Calgon process of sewage and waste water treatment; testimony before the House Subcommittee on Appropriations concerning National Systic Fibrosis Research Foundation; health planning efforts in OK; Migrant Health and Rural Health Programs; funds available from Public Health Service for hospital construction and expanded services; grant for Johnston County Memorial Hospital; transmittal of fact sheet Advances for Public Works Planning"; Public Health Service gran for research on lung cancer
b. Memo: grant application of Johnston County Memorial Hospital in Tishomingo
c. Release: technological advances in sewage and waste water treatment by Calgon Corp.
d. Report: proposed water quality criteria for the Poteau River and Lee Creek in Eastern OK; allocation of federal funds for FY 1967 to institutions participating in the Health Professions student loan program; extended care for medicare certification; "Nursing Student Loan Program - Information for Students"
e. Public Law 88-581 - The Public Health Service Act
F 10B Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service: American Academy of Pediatrics.
a. Booklet: "Meeting of American Academy of Pediatrics." (November 9-11, 1967).
b. Record of Meeting (July, 1966).
c. Minutes (May, 1967).
F 11: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service: Indian Health Service.
a. Correspondence: Indian Health Division`s work in Oklahoma; Talihina meeting to review Indian health programs in Oklahoma; regulations regarding health care for Indians; drilling of 30 water wells to serve Choctaw Indian families in Honobia District, Leflore and Pushmataha counties; Indian Health Service changes in Antlers; transmittal of list of the Division of Indian Health in OK; clinics established by Division of Indian Health in OK
b. Clipping: "Request Due for Hospital in Claremore"
c. Report: "State of Oklahoma - Indian Sanitation Facilities Construction Projects"; "Analysis of Contract Medical Care Cost Increases"; list of Indian Health Facilities in OKC area; "August 1965 Indian Health Installation Directory"; "Status Reports of All Pending Projects as of Aug. 30, 1967"; "To the First Americans - A Report on the Indian Health Program of the U.S. Public Health Service."
F 12: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service: Indian Health: Sula Goodman.
a. Correspondence between Mr. Albert and Sula Saltsman Goodman
b. Various newspaper clippings: officials and events in Department of Indian Health
F 13: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service: John Spaan Appointment.
a. Correspondence: letters of recommendation for John Spaan as executive officer of the OKC area Office of Public Health Services Divistion of Indian Affairs
F 14: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service: Indian Health: John Spaan Appointment.
Correspondence: additional letters of recommendation for John Spaan; the appointment of Calvin C. Beames to the position of executive director
F 15: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Public Health Service: Indian Hospital, Talihina.
a. Placement of schematic drawing "Alteration and Addition to PHS Indian Hospital, Talihina, OK, Sheet 1 of 15"
b. Correspondence: commending Mr. Leborn Riddle on his job as building and grounds manager; appropriations bill for Public Health Service Indian Hospitals; Memo: appropriations bill for Public Health Service Indian Hospitals
c. Report: proposal to modernize Public Health Service Indian Hospital; Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill 1968
d. Speech: $64,000 item in appropriations bill for consolidation of shop space and for construction of a new incinerator at the Talihina Indian Hospital
F 16: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Social Security.
a. Correspondence: application of Social Security laws; acknowledging receipt of "Social Security Handbook"; President's State of the Union address: Social Security; dissatisfaction with Social Security program
F 17: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Social Security: Medicare.
a. Correspondence: memo: handling of medicare claims by Aetna Life and Casualty Insurance Company; Medicare payments in Oklahoma
b. Clipping: "A Disturbing Proposal" -including chiropractic services in Medicare coverage
c. Brochures: "Medicare for People 65 and Over"
d. Misc.: application for hospital insurance entitlement, medicare regulations on extended care facilities.
F 18: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Vocational Rehabilitation.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of membership card as associate member of National Rehabilitation Association
b. Brochures: "Reg. Governing the Programs Administered by the Vocational Rehabilitation Administration"; "Rehabilitation Counselor: Helper of the Handicapped"; 3. "New Grant Programs: -Vocational Rehabilitation"; "For the Disabled: Help Through Vocational Rehabilitation"; 5. "Vocational Rehabilitation Research and Demonstration Grant Program"; "Vocational Rehabilitation of the Disabled: The Public Program"; report: "Restoring Disabled People to Jobs and Useful Living" Committee on Education and Labor report
F 19: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Vocational Rehabilitation: Data.
a. Reports: "The Alcoholic...New Ways to Help Him"; "Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers"; "Paraplegia and What is Being Done About It"; "Stroke and its Victims"; "Five Days as a Retarded Laundry Worker"; "Rehabilitation and the Public Offender"; "Mental Retardation"; "Ex-mental Patients in Halfway Houses"; "Mental Illness: Selected Articles from the Rehabilitation Record"
F 20: Health, Education and Welfare (1967). Welfare.
a. Correspondence: memo: grant from Welfare Administration for projects in Choctaw, McCurtain, and Pushmataha Counties; federal and state regulations and contributions to social welfare programs; Bureau of Family Services grant to Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare; provision of matching federal funds for states as concerns the Dept. of Public Welfare; Title VII of Economic Opportunity Act
b. Release: announcement of grant for work experience and training projects in Choctaw, McCurtain and Pushmataha Counties; grant renewal from Social and Rehabilitation Service; approval of extension for work experience and training program in Haskell, Latimer and LeFlore Counties
F 21: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967).
a. Correspondence: establishment of Community Development Information Center in D.C; developing city-owned property into a public park; expressing appreciation for the opportunity to meet with members of the House Whip system by Sidney Spector-Assistant to the Secretary, HUD; approval of grant for Seminole water and sewage system improvement project; HUD's priority system for allocating grant funds under the federal planning assistance program; transmittal of report on Housing and Development Administration in NYC; transmittal of ACOG Newsletter for June 1967; approval of grant to assist Byng School District in building the multi-purpose neighborhood facility; meeting w/administrators from HUD; low income housing project in Queens; memo: visit by Ann Doody an intern at HUD; issuance of bonds by Wilburton Public Works Authority
b. Release: Republican opposition to social welfare programs- speech by Mr. Albert; "Advances for Public Works Planning" info on interest-free advances for public works projects
c. Report: "Report of the Task Force on Mitchell-Lama Housing"; "Advances for Public Works Planning"; "HUD Neighborhood Facilities Program Grants Approved Cumulative Through July 31, 1967"
F 22: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Data.
Report: "HUD Appropriations FY 1968"; "Programs of the Department of HUD" info pak; "Public Housing- Fact Sheet"; "Dept. of HUD Program Summary - Low Rent Public Housing"; "Programs of the Dept. of HUD" brochure May 1966
F 23: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Federal Housing Administration.
a. Correspondence: FHA regulations regarding floor finishing- i.e. carpet; FHA mortgage practices concerning temporary and permanent floor finishing; FHA approval of sites in rural areas
b. Report: "Group Practice Facilities Program - Information Guide and Instruction Handbook"
F 24: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Housing Assistance Administration.
Correspondence: transmittal of development program for Coalgate, OK to the Regional Director of Housing Assistance Administration in Fort Worth; notification of status review for all applications and annual contributions contracts not under construction; commitment for new low-rent public housing
F 25: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Indian Housing.
a. Correspondence: HUD loan for low-rent public housing in Tishomingo; materials on the acquisition and rehabilitation of existing housing for low rent housing; housing needs of Indians in Eastern Oklahoma; transmittal of report concerning housing needs; Indian housing project at Caney, OK;
b. Clipping: "Indian Families to Have `Sweat Equity' in their New, Unique, Housing Project"
c. Report: "Public Housing Program for Indians"
F 26: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Low-Rent Housing Loans.
a. Correspondence: construction loans for 50 low-rent homes in Madill; 48 low-rent homes in Antlers; 48 low-rent homes in Hugo; 6 low-rent homes in Valliant; 30 low-rent homes in Talihina
b. Release: loan for construction of 50 low-rent homes in Madill; 100 low-rent homes in Hugo; 16 low-rent homes in Valliant
c. Report: "Department of Housing and Urban Development Low Rent Public Housing Units Placed Under Annual Contributions Contract"
F 27: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). McAlester Urban Renewal.
a. Correspondence: urban renewal decisions; urban renewal project effects on Choctaw Ave. in McAlester; approval of grant for urban renewal project in McAlester; East View urban renewal project in McAlester; use of McAlester model cities planning project
F 28: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Model Cities.
a. Correspondence: demonstration grant proposal submitted by Association of Central Oklahoma Governments; Tulsa's application for a model cities planning grant
b. Clipping: "Model City Plan Given OK Here" Tulsa Daily
c. Release: "Cities Selected for Model City Planning Grants"
F 29: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Neighborhood Facilities Loan.
Correspondence: neighborhood facilities loan application for Marietta; Atoka County neighborhood facilities program; Tishomingo neighborhood facilities loan application
F 30: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Public Facility Loans.
a. Correspondence: loan approval for Caddo nursing home project; Ardmore's off street parking problem; Public facility loan funds for County Jail in McAlester
b. Release: "Program Summary - Public Facility Loans"; approval of Bryan County nursing home project in Caddo
F 31: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Urban Renewal.
a. Correspondence: Assoc. of Central OK Govt. grant application under Housing Act of 1954; OKC's urban renewal problems; combating poverty in urban areas; transmittal of Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority's Seventh Annual Report
b. Release: approval of additional funds for McAlester Urban renewal
c. Report: "Seventh Annual Report 1967 - Tulsa Urban Renewal Authority"
F 32: Department of Housing and Urban Development (1967). Workable Program for Community Improvement Grants.
a. Correspondence: approval of Tishomingo's workable program for community improvement; approval of Haileyville's workable program for community improvement; approval of Kingston's workable program for community improvement; requirements for participation in the workable program for community improvement; re-certification of the workable program for community improvement for Hugo; approval of Wister`s workable program for community improvement; approval of Coalgate's workable program for community improvement
b. Release: approval of Spiro's WPCI; Calera's WPCI; Kreb's WPCI; Heavener's WPCI
F 33: Indian Claims Commission (1967).
a. Correspondence: loan applications of the Seminole nation; judgement fund legislation for the Cheyenne Arapaho Tribes
b. Resolution: "The Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma -Council Resolution No. 358-515
F 34: Department of the Interior (1967).
a. Correspondence: transmittal of Interior's Conservation Yearbook; transmittal of Interior's 34th Honor Awards Convocation Program; investigation of Foss Dam and Reservoir water quality; efforts by glass container manufacturers concern ing environmental pollution
b. Release: "The Third Wave on Conservation Described in Just Released Department of the Interior Yearbook"; "Bottle Manufacturers Start Wide Attack on Solid Waste Problems";
c. Misc.: Interior's 34th Honor Awards Convocation
F 35: Department of the Interior (1967). Appropriations.
a. Release: vote on Independent Offices Appropriations Bill
b. Correspondence: appropriations for the State for FY 1966, 1967, and 1968; funds for programs deferred in FY 1967 and carried forward for use in FY 1968
c. Report: "Oklahoma: FY 1968 Construction Program- Construction and Rehabilitation- Damage and Minor Construction"; "Summary of Comparison of Appropriations for FY 1967 and Appropriations Requested for FY 1968"; "Funding Program in FY 1966, 1967, 1968 for the State of Oklahoma"
F 36: Department of the Interior (1967). Coal.
a. Correspondence: proposed air pollution control program of coal industry; Nathan report; transmittal of World Coal Trade, 1967 edition
b. Clipping: "Official Predicts State Coal Boom"
c. Release: "Synthetic Pipeline Gas"; "Interior Contract Awarded for a Study of High Temperature Coal Conversion"
d. Report: "Proposed Regulations of Sulphur Oxide Emissions by Federal Installations in New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia Metropolitan Areas"; World Coal Trade, 1967 edition
e Misc.: Production Research Corp. -business card
F 37: Department of the Interior (1967). Fish and Wildlife Service.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of "National Wildlife Refuge 1966"; wildlife refuge at Tishomingo (photos); Arbuckle reservoir project; Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Teton Basin Lower Teton Division; jurisdictional rights of states that manage wildlife on federal lands; news release policies of Treasure Lake Job Corps; wilderness area in Wichita Mts.; predator losses of livestock poultry in Nashoba area;
b. Report: "National Wildlife Refuges 1966"; "Statement of OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation to the U.S. Dept. of Interior on a proposal to establish a wilderness area in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge"; "Proposed Federal Legislation Spelling Out States' Rights to the Management of Fish and Resident Species of Wildlife"
F 38: Department of the Interior (1967). Helium.
Correspondence: resolution to commemorate the centennial of the discovery of helium
F 39: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs, Bureau Chief.
a. Correspondence: youth development program; contract award for construction of culverts on Talihina-Bengal Rd. in Latimer Co.; proposed transfer of Bureau of Indian Affairs to HEW; work program for Indian children in Talihina; testimony of Mrs. Fred Harris before the House Education and Labor Committee; allocation of Johnson O`Malley funds to Oklahoma
b. Report: "Synopsis of Oklahoman's for Indian Opportunity Eastern Oklahoma Development Project"
F 40: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs Data.
a. Release: "Two New Indian Employment Aid Centers to Open in Oklahoma"; "Indian Claims Awards Top $12 Million in 1966"; "Bureau of Indian Affairs Awards Contract to Evaluate Educational Projects"; "Interior Recommends Extension for Indian Claims Commission"; "Indian Students from Arizona and Oklahoma to Visit Washington D.C.; "Changes Proposed in Rights-of-Way Over Indian Lands"; "Udall Announces Decision to Charge Asphalt Import Program"; "Interior Favors Bill to Settle Boundary Between Navajo and Ute Mountain Tribes"; "Elementary and Secondary Educational Centers and Services"; Community Development Training Seminars
b. Report: management of Indian Affairs - remarks by heads of tribes; "Indian Record - Plans and Goals 1967" March 1967; "American Indian Industrial Development"; "Indians of the Great Lakes Area"; "Financing Indian Development - Annual Credit Report 1966"; "Congressional Notification of Grant Awards"; statement by Commissioner Robert L. Bennett to Governors Interstate Indian Council; "Indian and Eskimo Children"
F 41: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Arts/Crafts Board.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of publications
b. Publications: "Sources of Indian and Eskimo Arts and Crafts"; "Smoke Signals - Plains and Woodlands Metalwork"
F 42: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Cherokee.
Plaintiff's brief for the case of the Cherokee Nation vs. State of Oklahoma et al.
F 43: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Cheyenne/Arapaho.
Correspondence: per capita distribution of judgement claims of Cheyenne/Arapaho tribes
F 44: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Chickasaw.
Correspondence: reappointment of Overton James as Governor of Chickasaw Nation
F 45: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Choctaw.
a. Correspondence: final disposition of Choctaw tribe property; proposed repeal of the Act to terminate the Choctaw Tribe of Oklahoma
b. Report: "Status of Projects in the Choctaw Nation in Southeastern Oklahoma"
F 46: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Creek.
Release: "Status of Creek Tribal Claims"
F 47: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Health.
Correspondence: extension of medical services in Ottawa Co.; shortages of medical facilities and care for the children of several Indian tribes in OK; tubercular sanatorium in Talihina; proposed Indian Center in Hugo
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