Box 64: Interior (1967) - National Mediation Board (1967).
F 1: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Muskogee Office Reports.
Report: "Highlights of Program Activities"; "Muskogee Area Office Semi-Annual Report July 1-Dec. 31, 1967"
F 2: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Osage.
Correspondence: tribal assets and support of H.R. 10560
F 3: Department of the Interior (1967). Indian Affairs: Seminole.
Correspondence: relocation of Seminole cemetery; right of Seminoles to adopt a new constitution
F 4: Department of the Interior (1967). Land Management, Bureau of.
Correspondence: money orders as payment for rentals for oil and gas simultaneous drawings; resolutions adopted at Western States Land Commissioners Association convention- copies of resolutions included
F 5: Department of the Interior (1967). Bureau of Mines.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of "Automobile Disposal, A National Problem"
b. Report: "Surface Mining and Our Environment"
F 6: Department of the Interior (1967). National Park Service.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of publications concerning the National Park Service; Superintendent Spalding's move from Platt National Park to Oregon; transmittal of booklet: proposed expansion of Platt National Park and the Arbuckle Recreation Area; National Park Service contract award to Nelson Construction Co.; Mr. Albert's acceptance of position on the 1967 Christmas Pageant of Peace
b. Release: "Increased Oil Recovery through Conservation Practices"; "Oil Import Level Announced for Calendar Year 1967" statistics included; statement by F. Allen Calvert, Jr. Pres. of Independent Petroleum Association of America; "Rubin Moves from OIAB; Johnson Appointed as Successor; statement by E.A. Smith to I.P.A.A. Import Policy Meeting, Washington D.C.
c. Report: "Distillate Fuel Oil"; proposed bill to amend the Tariff Schedule of the United States to impose duty on natural gas; "Oil Import Administration - Refinery Crude and Unfinished Oil Import Allocations for the Period Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 1967
d Clipping: recent legislation on the oil industry
F 7: Department of the Interior (1967). National Wildlife Federation.
Report re: Conservation Directory 1967
F 8: Department of the Interior (1967). Oil.
a. Correspondence re: Price of gasoline; Rollback in gasoline price increases; Objection to Dept. of Interior's oil import program; Tariff on natural gas imports; Appointment of Glen Johnson as chairman of Oil Import Appeals Board; I.P.A.A. Import Policy Committee, Washington, D. C.; Proposed modifications of Oil Import Program; Other views on oil import situation; Objections to decontrol of heating oil
b. Release re: "Increased Oil Recovery Through Conservation Practices"; "Oil Import Level Announced for Calendar Year 1967"; Statement by F. Allen Calvert Jr., President of Independent Petroleum Assn. of America; "Rubin moves from OIAB; Johnson appointed as successor"; Statement by E. A. Smith to I.P.A.A. Import Policy meeting, Washington, D. C.
c. Report re: Distillate fuel oil; Proposed bill to amend the tariff schedule of the United States to impose duty on natural gas; "Oil Import Administration-Refinery Crude and Unfinished Oil Import Allocations for the Period Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 1967."
d. Clipping re: . Recent legislation on the oil industry.
F 9: Department of the Interior (1967). Oil: Middle East Emergency.
A. Correspondence: measures taken to deal with oil supply problem caused by the Middle East
B. Release: "Free World Petroleum Supply and Transportation Adequate for Needs"; "Remarks of Asst. Sec. of Int. J. Cordell Moore before the Emergency Petroleum Supply Committee Meeting; "Interior Declares Petroleum Emergency, FPSC Activated"; "Oil Plan of Action Approved: Emergency Supply Committee Appointed"
C. Report: "Appraisal of Tanker Availability/Utilization 3rd Quarter 1967"; "Appraisal of Foreign Petroleum Supply/Demand 3rd Quarter 1967"; "Chronology of Action in Regard to the Oil Emergency; summarization of the emergency petroleum supply committee findings
F 10: Department of the Interior (1967). Outdoor Recreation.
a. Correspondence: project proposed for City of Durant
b. Release: "Oklahoma Receives Federal Grant for Development of an Outdoor Recreation Project in Yukon"; "Nationwide System of Trails Recommended to Interior and Agriculture Secretaries"; "12 Organizations Receive Golden Eagle Awards from Secretaries Freeman and Udall"; grant approval for Arrowhead State Park road improvements; possible grants for recreational area near Davis, OK
c. Clipping: "City Asks Fund Help for Park Expansion"
d. Report: "Outdoor Recreation ACTION -July 1967"; "Outdoor Recreation ACTION -Oct. 1967"; "Trails for America -Report on the Nationwide Trail Study"
F 11: Department of the Interior (1967). Bureau of Reclamation.
a. Correspondence: transmittal of info on reclamation to Mr. Albert; recreational development at Arbuckle Reclamation Project
b. Release: "San Luis Joint Use Facilities Nearing Completion at $14 Million Below Estimated Costs"
c. Report: "Program Highlights - Projects under Construction"; "Bureau of Reclamation - Planning Program"; "Atmospheric Water Resources Research Program of the Dept. of Interior"; "Job Corps Conservation Center Program"; "Reclamation ERA"; "Water - the Key to Oklahoma's Future"
F 12: Department of the Interior (1967). Soil/Water Conservation.
a. Correspondence: Little River Soil Conservation District
b. Release: "Secretary Udall Announces Agreement with 406 Soil and Water Conservation Districts"
F 13: Department of the Interior (1967). Southwestern Power Administration.
a. Correspondence: proposed contract between SPA and 8 utility companies in Southwest; memo: meeting between representatives of various power companies to discuss proposed power pooling contract with SPA; proposed $400,000 for planning of interconnection of lines for SPA
b. Report: "Report on Proposed Contract between SPA and Eight Utility Companies"; Memo: "Review of SPA - Eight Company Contract"; "Statement of H.M. Dillon, Sec.-Tres. of the Advisory Committee on Power for the Southwest before the Subcommittee on Bureau of Reclamation and Interior Power Activities Committee Appropriations"
F 14: Department of the Interior (1967). Water Pollution.
a. Correspondence: approval of an outfall sewer line in McAlester; approval of Ft. Towson's construction grant; approval of grant to McCurtain County Community Trust
b. Release: grant award to McAlester municipal improvement authority; outfall sewer line in McAlester ; grant to Ft. Towson Public Works Authority
c. Report: "Water Quality Standards Questions and Answers; "Statement by Sec. of Interior Stewart Udall on Water Quality Standards"
F 15: Interstate Commerce Commission (1967).
a. Correspondence: selection of William Tucker as Chairman of I.C.C.; changes in ICC organization under Public Law 89-670; composition of ICC
b. Report: "A 1967 Outlook"; "ICC 81st Annual Report 1967"
c. Release: "Appointments to Policy and Planning Committee Announced by Chairman William Tucker"
F 16: Interstate Commerce Commission (1967). Railroads.
a. Correspondence: special rate from Chelsea to Kansas City; cancellation of freight rate complaint, Docket #34789; railroad management disputes under compulsory arbitration law
b. Release: "Investigation of Adequacy of Railroad Freight Car Ownership, Car Utilization, Distribution, Rules and Practices"; extension of transaction time in finance Dockets #23692, #23690, and #23691; denial of Property Owners Committee appeal; ICC clears way for Penn-Central merger by directing inclusion of three railroads in Norfolk and Western
c. Report: "ICC - Finance Docket #21989 - Pennsylvania Railroad Co. merger-New York Central Railroad Co.; "The State of OK., et al vs. Alton and Southern Railway Company et al" statement of complaint; "American Railroads and Government Regulation"
F 17: Interstate Commerce Commission (1967). Railroad: Kansas City Southern Railway.
Correspondence: discontinuance of service from New Orleans to Kansas City
F 18: Interstate Commerce Commission (1967). Trucking Lines.
a. Correspondence: rates for shipment of materials on government bills; securing emergency operating authority into Gulfport, Miss.; application for temporary operating authority by Texas-Arizona, TIME, and LeeWay; Oklahoma Corp. Committee vs. Texas Oklahoma Express, Inc.; shipping of merchandise where interlining with another carrier is necessary; dismissal of petition filed by Merchant's Fast Motor Lines, Inc.; modification of certificates issued to Texas Arizona Motor Freight, Inc.; denial of petition filed by Aero Mayflower Transit, Allied Van Lines, North American Van Lines, and United Van Lines; approval of public convenience and necessity for Lee Way Motor Freight, Inc.
F 19: Interstate Commerce Commission (1967). Trucking: Santa Fe Trail Co.
Correspondence: order issued by the ICC restricting operations of the Sante Fe Trail Co.; order's provision for overnight freight service to Dallas; application of Sante Fe Trail Co. to provide service between Sulphur and Dallas; denial of Sante Fe's petition to provide service on a permanent basis; re-submission of petition by Sante Fe; 2nd denial of petition to provide freight service to Dallas by Sante Fe; granting of temporary authority to Texas-Oklahoma Express to provide freight service in the Marietta area
F 20: Interstate Commerce Commission (1967). Trucking: Sante Fe Trail Co.
Orders: approval of petition by Sante Fe Trail Co. to provide freight service between Marietta and Dallas; restricting Sante Fe's service to or from Oklahoma City; Braswell Motor Freight Lines, Inc.; Western Gillette, Inc. protest of Sante Fe Trail Co.`s operating authority; Texas-Oklahoma Express, Inc. protest of Santa Fe Trail Co's operating authority
F 21: Justice, Department of (1967).
Correspondence: transmittal of report by the Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice; publicity given Stokely Carmichael; communist peace marchers; demonstration march by anti-Vietnam war group
F 22: Justice, Department of (1967). F.B.I.
Program from the Graduation Exercises of the 79th Session FBI National Academy, June 7, 1967
F 23: Justice, Department of (1967). Immigration/Naturalization.
Correspondence: OK residents who were granted U.S. citizenship in Dec. 1966; OK residents who were granted U.S. citizenship in 1967 (monthly reports)
F 24: Department of Labor (1967).
a. Correspondence: Taft - Hartley Act; designation of Pittsburg Co. as labor surplus area; national railroad labor dispute; extension of expiration date on wage scale; predetermined wages for river and dated work; Economic Opportunity Act 1964; Community Work and Training Program; equal pay scales for men and women; discontinuance of ambulance service; operation mainstream sponsored by Bryan County Community Action Foundation, Inc.
b. Release: legislation to postpone railroad strike; Labor Secretary Wirtz Proposed to Update Child Labor Regulations"; 3. approval of manpower training project for Ardmore Public School; approval of manpower training project for Southeastern State College; statement on the opening of contract negotiations between General Motors and the United Auto Workers by Louis G. Seaton, Gen. Motors; "McAlester Labor Market Trends"
c. Report: "Fact Sheet on Railroad Shopcrafts' Dispute"; "Statement by Willard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor before Subcommittee on Poverty-House Comm. on Education and Labor"; 3. "Statement of Willard Wirtz, Secretary of Labor, before Senate Finance Comm. on Community Work and Training Provisions of the Social Security Amendments of 1967"
d. Clipping: "Right to Strike Backed Overwhelmingly in U.S."; "Big Brother Says No"; "Ambulance Service Being Forced Out by Gov."; "Stopping Ambulance Service is Confirmed"
F 25: Labor, Department of (1967). Data.
a. Correspondence: Fair Labor Standards Amendments of 1966
b. Report: statistics on "Crop Share - Leasing Arrangements in North Carolina; "Handy Reference Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act"; "Work Injury Benefits for Federal Employees"; "City Worker's Family Budget"
F 26: Labor, Department of (1967). Aliens.
Information: immigration and nationality Act- copy of current regulations, revised forms and instructions
F 27: Labor, Department of (1967). AFL/CIO.
a. Correspondence: resolution adopted by AFL-CIO; letter by Judy Armstrong that appeared in the American Federationist
b. Release: "Social Progress under the Johnson Administration"
c. Report: "Labor Looks at Automation."
F 28: Labor, Department of (1967). Manpower Training Grants.
a. Correspondence: approval of Manpower Development and Training Act Project for Ardmore; approval of manpower Development and Training Act Project for Ardmore; manpower projects to train people for mining operations
b. Report: "Fact Sheet" on Dept. of Labor programs; "Guidelines and Conditions for Grant and Contract Research"; "NYC Sponsors Detailed Statement of Costs
c. Release: "Secretary Wirtz Announces Approval of Training Programs for Redevelopment Areas"; approval of Manpower Training Project for Southeastern State College; approval of Manpower Training Projects for Poteau Community College
F 29: Labor, Department of (1967). Neighborhood Youth Corps Projects.
a. Correspondence: Creek Nation Neighborhood Youth Corps Project; Youth Corps project for Murray State College of Agriculture; multi-county work training program
b. Report: "Application Nelson-Sheuer Work Training Project - Atoka Bryan Coal Pontotoc Counties"
F 30: Labor, Department of (1967). Veterans.
Report: employment services for veterans
F 31: Library of Congress (1967).
a. Correspondence: "Digest of Public General Bills and Resolutions"; eminent domain - federal condemnation procedures for land; transmittal of "Aspects of Intellectual Ferment in the Soviet Union"
b. Report: "Competence of Congress to confer power of eminent domain upon a quasi-public agency such as National Capital Planning Committee"; "Message on the Dedication of Statue of the Late John Fitzgerald Kennedy at Big Cedar, OK"; "Aspects of Intellectual Ferment in the Soviet Union"; "LRS Multihead Reports - Jan. 1967"; "LRS Multihead Reports - April 1967"; "LRS Multihead Reports Cumulated Issue with Index for Numbers 1-14 Sept. 1965-Dec. 1966; "Proposals to Reform our Electrical System"
F 32: NASA (1967).
a. Correspondence: Christmas greetings from Wernher Von Braun, Director NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL; 2. federal program to "get to the moon"; death of three Apollo astronauts; airlift of outside cargo; Fortune Magazine article - "Earthly Management of Space"
b. Clipping: "A Better Road"; "Earthly Management of Space"
c. Report: "The Space Program in the Post-Apollo Period"; "From Runnymede to Ganymede"; modifications of the space program; "Aerospacelines, Inc. -Specializing in Outside Cargo Airlift"
d. Release: "NASA Research Grants, Contracts Awarded to 19"; "Goddard Contract Awarded"
F 33: National Foundation for Arts and Humanities.
a. Release: "Announcement of Programs - National Endowment for the Humanities"; Grants to states - OK Arts and Humanities Council; "Strengthening Instruction in the Humanities and the Arts"
B. Report: "National Endowment for the Humanities"
F 34: National Labor Relations Board (1967).
a. Correspondence: investigation of Pipefitters Local Union No. 351 vs. Hill Engineering Inc.; ethics of National Labor Relations Board decisions; results of investigation of Hill Engineering, Inc.
b. Petition asking for investigation of Hill Engineering Inc. and Pipefitters Local Union No. 351
F 35: National Mediation Board (1967).
Correspondence: selection of Tom Kenan as neutral arbitrator before the Third Division Supplemental, National Railroad Adjustment Board in Chicago; Braniff International Airways representation dispute; union election for Braniff employees
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