CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 93

Box 94: Transportation (1971) - Agriculture (1972)

F 1: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Federal Aviation Administration.

a. Report:  Federal Aviation Administration:  "First Annual Report of Operations under the Airport and Airway Development Act" (June 30, 1970).  Cover letter included.

b. List of Public and Private Airports in OK.  Cover letter included.

c. Correspondence re funding from FAA; aircraft available for transportation needed for Stars and Stripes Show; regulations and standards for issuance of Airport Operating Certificates; fund distributions to states; FAA land released for site of National Guard Armory; transfer of 50 acres form OU to Military Department.

F 2: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Federal Aviation Administration:  California.

a. Brochure:  "California San Pedro Bay Inter-Continental Airport" 31 pages.

b. Outline of Slide Presentation (San Pedro Airport).

c. Illustrations of airport proposal.

d. Correspondences re airport proposal.

F 3: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Federal Highway Administration.

a. Office Notes.

b. Correspondence re new bridge needed near Atwood, OK on Highway 48.  News Release included.  Correspondents include Hugh M. Sandlin (OK).

c. News Release:  Federal Highway Administration:  "Receipts and Expenditures for Highways totaled $16.5 billion in 1970" (October 22, 1971).

d. Report:  Federal Highway Administration:  "Drivers Licenses" (1970).

e. Report: DeLeuw Cather and Co. - H.E. Bailey Engineering Co. of Oklahoma, Inc.:  "Preliminary Civil Engineering Cost Report and Recommendations for the Ozarks Toll Expressway" (May 1970) 73 pages.

F 4: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Federal Railroad Administration.

News Release:  Federal Railroad Administration:  "Issuance of first Federal minimum track safety standards for U.S. railroads" (October 20, 1971).

F 5: Transportation, Department of (1971).  General.

a. Correspondence re future of transportation; Fairpark Boulevard in Duncan, OK; permanent system of no-fare operation of local transit.  Correspondents include Fletcher Thompson (GA) and Wayne Holden (OK)..

b. Testimony of Charles D. Rhoades to Sub-Committee on Transportation and Aeronautics of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.  (September 14, 1971).

c. News Release:  Department of Transportation:  "Additional $5 million released for distribution to State highway programs" (October 20, 1971).

d. News Release:  Department of Transportation:  "Development of standards needed for automation of freight movement data" (October 28, 1971).

e. News Release:  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:  "Prohibition of sale of reclassified passenger car tires not complying with Federal Standards" (December 7, 1971).

F 6: Transportation, Department of (1971).  High Speed Ground Transportation Act of 1965.

Report:  Secretary of Transportation:  "Fourth Report on the High Speed Ground Transportation Act of 1965" (1970).

F 7: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Highway Beautification.

a. Correspondences re OK's Highway Beautification program.  Correspondents include John Volpe, Ed Edmonson, Jim Wright.

b. Agreement on billboard control.

F 8: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Highway Trust Fund.

Correspondences re continuance of Highway Trust Fund.

F 9: Transportation, Department of 1971.  Interstate Highways.

Correspondence re addition to Interstate System of two segments in OKC.  Correspondents include David Hall and John Volpe.

F 10: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Motor Vehicles.

a. Report:  Department of Transportation:  "Motor Vehicle Crash Losses and Their Compensation in the United States" (March 1971).  Cover letter included.

b. Correspondence re excessive motor vehicle speed.

F 11: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Motor Vehicle Insurance.

Report:  Department of Transportation:  "Compensation for Motor Vehicle Accident Losses in the Metropolitan Area of Washington, D.C." (December 1970) 72 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 12: Transportation, Department of (1971).  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

News Release:  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:  "$75 million in Federal funds in 1972 will be provided annual highway safety programs" (August 12, 1971).

F 13: Transportation, Department of (1971).  National Railroad Passenger Corporation Packet.

a. Biographical Sketches of Incorporators (NRPC).

b. Questions and Answers on NRPC.

c. Background on Rail Passenger Service Act of 1970.

d. Report:  Secretary of Transportation:  "Final Report on Basic National Rail Passenger System" (January 28, 1971).

e. Public Law 91-518 (H.R. 17849):  "To provide financial assistance for and establishment of a national rail passenger system..."  Ninety-First Congress; First Session (1970).

F 14: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads.

Correspondences re rail strike; support for strong national railroad system; CA appearing on "Salute to the States" program; support for ASTRO; bus warning devices.

F 15: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads:  Railpax: CA/Colleagues.

Correspondence re Texas rail service routes and discontinuation of Texas Chief.  Correspondents include W.R. Poage.

F 16: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads:  Railpax:  Amtrak Routes: Departmental.

a. Correspondence re Basic National Rail Passenger System and service routes between major cities.  Correspondents include John Volpe.

b. News Release:  Federal Railroad Administration:  "Leased Turbo Train to run over more than half of Amtrak passenger railroad system in month-long endurance and public demonstration run."  (August 10, 1971)

c. News Release:  National Railroad Passenger Corp.:  "Amtrak to buy 1200 passenger cars and add 12 new, high-speed Metroliner cars to NE Corridor fleet" (September 8, 1971).

d. News Release:  National Railroad Passenger Corp.:  "Valet parking service to operated at Washington's Union Station, Amtrak says" (September 21, 1971)

e. Speech by Chairman of NRPC.

F 17: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads: Railpax: Amtrak Routes:  Oklahoma.

Correspondences re Railpax system serving Oklahoma; Tulsa to Kansas City, MO route; and possible discontinuance of Texas Chief.  Correspondents include Glen Ham (OK).

F 18: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads: Railpax: Amtrak Routes: Oklahoma: Ardmore.

Correspondence re passenger service thru Oklahoma and Ardmore.

F 19: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads: Railpax: Amtrak Routes: Oklahoma: Pauls Valley.

Correspondence re restoration of passenger train stop in Pauls Valley.  Correspondents include Glen Ham.

F 20: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Railroads: Railpax: Amtrak Routes: Out-of-State.

Correspondence re continuation of service in N.D.; route between Chicago and Cincinnati; opposition to Railpax; service thru Kansas; strengthening of rail passenger services; opposition to Railpax.

F 21: Transportation, Department of (1971).  Supersonic Transportation. 

Correspondence re appropriation of funds for SST program; support of SST program.

F 22: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Controller of the Currency.

a. Report:  Office of the Comptroller General of the U.S.:  "General Accounting Office Reports" (April 1971) 12 pages. Cover letter included.

b. Office Note.

F 23: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Departmental.

a. Correspondence re debt limit; Emergency Loan Guarantee legislation; Internal Revenue Service.  Correspondents include John B Connally.

b. News Release:  Department of the Treasury:  "Statement by Secretary of the Treasury John B. Connally at the Opening of a News Conference" (August 16, 1971) 50 pages.

F 24: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Federal Aid to States.

a. Report:  Department of the Treasury:  "Federal Aid to States" (1970) 22 pages.

b. Information from Advisory Commission on Inter-governmental Relations.

c. Uniform Relocation Assistance Information

F 25: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  General.

a. Field Information Letter:  Department of the Treasury.  Cover letter included.

b. Magazine:  The Tax Adviser:  American Institute of Certified Public Accountants:  (June 1971).  Cover letter included.

c. Correspondence re coin collections; Kenyon F. Ballew Shooting.

F 26: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Import Duties.

Question and Answer sheets on import duties.

F 27: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Internal Revenue Service.

a. Correspondence re current pistol and rifle laws and regulations; Laura Fields Trust; IRS harassment; IRS regulations on long term contracts.

b. IRS Telephone directory.  Cover letter included.

F 28: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Revenue Sharing.

Statement by John B. Connally before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives (June 2, 1971) Cover letter included.

F 29: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Secret Service.

a. Public Law 90-331 (H.J. Res. 1292):  "To authorize the U.S. Secret Service to furnish protection to major presidential or vice presidential candidates" Ninetieth Congress (1968).

b. Correspondences re possible attempts to assassinate Yugoslavian President Tito during his U.S. visit.

F 30: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Taxes.

Various news releases, statements, etc., re taxes.

F 31: Treasury, Department of the (1971).  Wage/Price Freeze.

a. Statement on questions frequently asked about 90-day Wage and Price freeze.

b. Various news releases re wage/price freeze.

c. Correspondence re effects of stabilization of prices, rents, wages and salaries on educators; teacher wage cut; condemning wage freeze mandate.

F 32: United Nations (1971).

Correspondences denouncing UN and US aid given to UN; Secretary - General U Thant's retirement; expulsion of Nationalist China from UN; in favor of UN.

F 33: U.S. Courts (1971). 

Correspondence re needed personnel for U.S. District Court for OK Northern District.

F 33b. U. S. Information Agency (1971).

35th Semiannual Report to Congress (July - Dec. 1970). 24 p.

F 34: U.S. Tariff Commission (1971).

Report:  United States Tariff Commission:  "Supplement 1 to Tariff Schedules of the United States Annotated" (1971).

F 35: Veterans Administrations (1971).  Departmental.

a. Correspondence re retirement of Bob Dove from VA Congressional Liaison Office.

b. Report:  Veterans Administration:  "Annual Report - Administrator of Veterans Affairs" (1970) 157 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 36: Veterans Administration (1971).  Drugs.

Statement:  Speaker Carl Albert on Veteran Drug Treatment Act.  (July 19, 1971).

F 37: Veterans Administration (1971).  Employment.

a. Report:  Jobs for Veterans:  "A Guide for Job Fairs" (1971) 6 pages.

b. Report; Jobs for Veterans:  "The JRV Report" (August 1971) 12 pages.

c. Information Packet on Jobs for Veterans.

F 38: Veterans Administration (1971).  General.

a. Brochure: U.S. Civil Service Commission:  "Best Bets of Returning Vets in D.C."

b. Correspondence re veterans' garden in McAlester cemetery; educational assistance for dependents of veterans; conditions of VA school; McAlester Veterans Day service; Veterans Day ceremony programs.

F 39: Veterans Administration (1971).  Hospitals.

a. Correspondence re crowded conditions in OKC VA hospital; desire to have VA hospital built in San Bernardina area; OKC VA hospital treatment; personnel shortage on OKC VA hospital staff; retention of Veterans' Hospitals under VA; VA Hospital Post Exchange prices; Muskogee VA hospital treatment.

b. Remarks of honorable Olin E. Teague (TX).

c. Clipping from Medical World News.  Cover letter included.

F 40: Veterans Administration (1971).  Loans.

Correspondence re direct loan applications.

F 41: White House (1971).

a. Report:  White House Office of Public Information and Public Affairs:  "White House Conference on Aging" (January 29, 1971).

b. Report: Richard Nixon: "United States Foreign Policy for the 1970's - Building for Peace." (Feb. 25, 1971). 180 p.

F 42: Action (1972). 

a. Correspondence in support of Volunteers for International Technical Assistance program; 1972 OK Special Olympics; Sport Corps program; Congressional Affairs officers..

b. News Release:  Action News:  "Nick L. Laird named new director of Congressional affairs at ACTION" (June 23, 1972).

F 43: Action (1972).  Foster Grandparents.

a. Correspondence re continuation application for refunding the Sequoyah Foster Grandparent Project.

b. Continuation Application for Sequoyah Foster Grandparent Project and subsequent renewal.

c. Grant Award.

F 44: Action (1972).  Peace Corps.

a. Report:  Action:  "Peace Corps - Tenth Annual Report" (1971) 39 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Correspondence re Peace Corps.

F 45: Action (1972).  Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP).

a. News Release: Action:  "Funds awarded for Retired Senior Volunteer Program" (November 4, 1972).

b. Clipping.

F 46: Action (1972).  Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA).

Correspondence re VISTA budget cuts.

F 47: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Agricultural Conservation Program.

Correspondence re revitalization of ACP-REAP program.

F 48: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

a. Correspondence re ASCS Committee banquet; make-up of State ASCS Committee; Rural Environmental Assistance Program in Pottawatomie County.  Correspondents include James E. Hamilton (OK).

b. Report:  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:  "Activity Summary - OK Third Congressional District" (1971).  Cover letter included.

F 49: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Cattle.

a. Correspondence re sage quarantine station; livestock market reporter in Guymon, OK; meat price debate; quotas on imported meat.  Correspondents include David Hall (OK) and Jamie L. Whitten (MS).

b. Office notes and copies of Rules and Regulations.

c. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "New meat Import Program Announced" (March 9, 1972).

d. Clipping on cattle imports.

F 50: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Cotton.

a. Statistics on cotton.

b. Correspondence re shortage of cotton and proposed increased production.

c. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Announces Cotton Pest Management Program Fund Allocations" (February 28, 1972).

d. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Announces Loans for 1972-Crop Upland and American-Pima Seed Cotton" (April 24, 1972).

e. News Release:  Department of Agriculture:  "USDA Announces 1973 Upland Cotton Loan Rate and Bale Packaging Specifications" (October 17, 1972).

F 51: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Dairy.

Report:  Milk Industry Foundation:  "Milk Facts" (1972) 29 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 52: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Departmental.

a. Report:  "What's Being Done for Agriculture?"  (March 1972) 12 pages.

b. Correspondence re assistance given by CA's staff to visiting Canadian Parliamentarians.

F 53: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Disaster Relief.

Office Notes.

F 54: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration.

a. Copy of Congressional Record on CA's praise of FHA.

b. Correspondence re funds for FHA farm operating loan program; rural sewer systems and turn-key method of awarding contracts; FHA funding; Davenport, contract overruns on FHA projects; OK water situation..

c. List of County Supervisors - FHA.

d. News Release; Department of Agriculture; "Farm Operating Loans Increased $38 Million" (April 5, 1972)

e. Information Packet:  Farmers Home Administration:  "Build Rural America - With Homes and Water and Sewer Systems".

F 55: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Arbuckle Regional Development Authority.

a. Correspondence re FHA loan for multi-county landfill system.

b. Statement:  Office of the Speaker:  "FHA approves loan to Arbuckle Regional Development Authority" (May 20, 1972).

c. Clippings on landfill system.

F 56: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments.

News Release:  Farmers Home Administration:  "FHA approves $15,100 grant to Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments" (August 25, 1972).

F 57: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Atoka County.

News Release: Farmers Home Administration:  "FHA approves $22,000 loan to Atoka County for rural water system expansion" (October 24, 1972).

F 58: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Bryan County.

a. News Release:  Farmers Home Administration:  "FHA approves loan to Bryan County for construction of rural water system" (March 28, 1972).

b. Correspondence re water and sewer grant and loan applications for Caddo.

F 59: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Caddo County.

Correspondence re water and sewer grant and loan applications for Caddo; Cyril, municipal and industrial water.

F 60: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Cotton County.

a. Loan and grant announcements for Cotton rural water system. 

b. Correspondence re Temple water supply.

c. Loan announcements for Walters home site development.

F 61: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Emergency Loans.

Correspondence re extension of Emergency Loan applications; drought problem in Boswell; Boswell sewer system.

F 62: Agriculture, Department of (19720.  Farmers Home Administration:  Garvin County.

a. Correspondence re health and pollution problem due to sewage facilities in Stratford; rural water project in Garvin County; confirmation of grants.

b. Loan and grant announcement for Garvin County water system.

F 63: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Haskell County.

Correspondence re Kinta sewer project.

F 64: Agriculture, Department of 91972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Hughes County.

Correspondence re application of water project.  Correspondents include Hugh Sandlin (OK). 

F 65: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Jefferson County.

a. Loan announcements.

b. Correspondence re Hastings water shortage.

F 66: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Johnston County.

Correspondence re Ravia sewer system.

F 67: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Kiamichi Economic Development District of Oklahoma (KEDDO).

Grant announcement.

F 68: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Latimer County.

a. Correspondence re Latimer water system; development grant for Latimer rural water system.

b. Loan announcement.

F 69: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  LeFlore County.

a. Correspondence re water line extension; Correspondents include James E. Hamilton (OK). 

b. Loan announcements.

F 70: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Logan County.

Correspondence re water project.

F 71: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Love County.

a. Loan announcement.

b. Correspondence re extended water service in Thackerville.

F 72: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  McCurtain County.

a. Loan announcements.

b. Correspondence re Haworth sewer problem.

F 73: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration:  Marshall County.

a. Correspondence re state legislation affecting the rural water, sewer and solid waste management districts programs; water and sewer extensions in Kingston..

b. Loan announcement.

F 74: Agriculture, Department of (1972).  Farmers Home Administration: O-K Rural Water, Inc.

a. Correspondence re O-K Rural Water, Inc. project in Kay and Osage counties.

b. Report:  O-K Rural Water, Inc.:  "Preliminary Engineering Report - Kay and Osage Counties, Oklahoma".

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