CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 101

Box 102: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972) - Water Resources Council (1972).

F 1: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972). Head Start.

a. Correspondence:  re:  cost per child in Head Start Program; support of Head Start; Redland Community Action Head Start Program.

b. House Report 92-682 (S. 2007):  "To provide for the continuation of programs authorized under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, and for other purposes."  92nd Congress, 1st Session (1971).  Conference Report.

c. House Report 92-725 (H. R. 11955):  "Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1972, and for other purposes."  92nd Congress, 1st Session (1971).  Conference Report.

d. Senate Document 92-48:  "Veto Message - Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1971."  Message from the President.  92nd Congress, 1st Session (1971).

e. Office Note:  re:  Frederick Head Start problems.

F 2: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972). Neighborhood Youth Corps.

Correspondence:  re:  Assignment of an NYC Student to do office work for City Marshall in Wright City.

F 3: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972). Northeast Oklahoma Community Development.

a. Correspondence:  Refunding application for NE Oklahoma Community Development Corp.; thefts and breaches of contract.

b. Proposed contract to Litton Ship Systems.

c. Office Notes; re:  NE OK. Community Development Corp. investigation.

F 4: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972). Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity.

a. Correspondence:  re:  OIO grant application.

b. Grant Announcement.

F 5: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972). Personnel.

Correspondence:  re:  Appointment of Samuel Martinez as Regional Director for Region VI.

F 6: Office of Economic Opportunity (1972). Prescription Drugs.

Correspondence:  re:  Reduction in prices of certain prescription drugs for OEO program participants.; opposition to distribution of birth control pills.

F 6B: Population Growth and the American Future, Commission on (1973).

a. Themes and Highlights

b. Report: "Population and the American Future." Part II.

F 6C: Postal Rate Commission (1972).

Report: "Opinion and Recommended Decision." (June 1972).

F 7: Securities and Exchange Commission (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Glen Turner Enterprises; World Market Centers, Inc. Correspondents include:  William Casey.

b. Office Note:  re:  Cayman Corp.'s preliminary prospectus.

c. Registration Statement by Cayman Exploration Corporation on 1972 Cayman Oil and Gas Drilling Program.

F 8: Selective Service (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Military draft.

b. Office memo:  re:  David Albert's Selective Service registration.

F 9: Small Business Administration (1972).  General.

a. Correspondence:  Army regulation which could put small businessmen who serve Army commissaries out of Business; Ok bans involved in SBA programs; price escalation provisions to petroleum refiners for military jet fuel; loan application submitted by L&M Steel Fabricators; Gramercy Corp. problems with Department of Defense contractors. Correspondents include:  Joe L. Evins (TN) and James C. Corman (CA).

b. House Report 92-1609 (H. Res. 5 & 19):  "The Position and Problems of Small Business in Government Procurement."  92nd Congress; 2nd Session (1972).

c. Loan Approval for Allen Growth and Development Corporation.

d. Sub-contract Award to OK Aerotronics.

e. Information re:  SAB 8(a) program.

f. Loan award to Walters Industrial Development Co.

g. Loan award to Waurika Industrial Foundation.

F 10: Small Business Administration (1972).  Personnel.

Correspondence:  in Support of Roy Melton for District Director in Alburquerque.

F 11: Small Business Administration (1972).  Report.

a. Report:  Small Business Administration:  "1971 Annual Report" Vol. 1, 32 pages.  Cover letter included.

b. Report:  Small Business Administration:  "1971 Annual Report:  Vol. 2, 162 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 12: State, Department of (1972).  Agency for International Development.

Report:  Agency for International Development:  "Introduction to the FY 1973 Development and Humanitarian Assistance Program Presentation to the Congress"  (1972) 75 pages.  Cover letter.

F 13: State, Department of (1972).  China.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Inclusion of People's Republic of China in Oklahoma City Symphony Society and Oklahoma Zoological Society's annual tours; visa for Richard Hann, M.C. to visit China.

b. Brochure:  Women's Committee for the Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra:  "1972 Scandinavia and Russia - Eighth Annual Tour."

c. Brochure; Oklahoma Zoological Society:  "Amazon Expedition."

F 14: State, Department of (1972).  Communism.

Correspondence:  re:  President Nixon's trips to Russia and China; repression behind Iron Curtain.

F 15: State, Department of (1972). Drugs.

News Release; Department of State:  "Secretary of State William P. Rogers Releases Report Entitled `International Narcotics Control Summary'" (December 28, 1971).

F 16: State, Department of (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Homeporting proposal of Navy in Greece; State luncheon on European situation; our nation's defense posture; process for foreign service; "character assassination" on Greek Resistance Leader, Elias Demetracopoulos; Ugandan Asians and Soviet Jews; foreign service Opportunities.

b. Office memo:  re:  Foreign service officer orientation program.

c. Report:  American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, Inc.:  "Annual Report 0 1971" (January 14, 1972).  Cover Letter included.

F 17: State, Department of (1972). Hungary.

Correspondence:  re:  Thanks for help for Hungary.

F 18: State, Department of (1972). India.

Correspondence:  re:  Mismanagement of U.S. Affairs by embassy officials.

F 19: State, Department of (1972). Japan.

Correspondence:  re:  Tragic incident at Tel Aviv Airport.

F 20: State, Department of (1972). Latin America.

a. Pamphlet:  "Compania Swift de la Plata - Summary History."

b. Booklet:  "Opinion of Judge Salvador E. Lozada" (November 8, 1971) 11 pages.

c. Booklet:  "Brief on Appeal" (November 16, 1971) 49 pages.

F 21: State, Department of (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  US - Mexico relations.

b. Program for the State visit to USA of His Excellency Luis Echeverria Alvarez, President of the United Mexican States and Senora de Echeverria.  (June 12, 1972).

c. List of President Echeverria's Official Party.

d. Report:  Department of State:  "Mexico - Background Notes."  (May 1972).

e. Miscellaneous Information for use by Host Organizations.

f. Pronunciations, Form of Address and Place Card Information.

g. Information on members of Mexico's visiting party.

F 22: State, Department of (1972). Middle East.

a. Office notes:  re:  Representation of CA at funeral of Late Speaker, Israel, Knesset Reuven Barkatt.

b. Resolutions:  re:  Peace and Human Rights in Middle East.

F 23: State, Department of (1972). Passport Office.

Brochure; Passport Office:  "Facts About United States Passports."

F 24: State, Department of (1972). USSR.

Correspondence:  re:  Arms Race; Sutherland Well Service, Inc. proposed trip to USSR; possibility of Brezhnev addressing either or both Houses of Congress. Correspondents include:  F. Edward Hebert.

F 25: State, Department of (1972). Vietnam.

a. Correspondence:  re:  the hope of end to war; opposition to escalation; support of war; "end-of-war" amendment. Correspondents include:  William P. Rogers.

b. Information on military build up in Indochina.

c. Speech:  Message by President Nguyen Van Thieu to the National Assembly at the Opening of Its Ordinary Session on October 2, 1972.

F 26: State, Department of (1972). Vietnam.

Report:  Project Air War and Indochina Summer/American Friends Service Committee:  "A Documentation of U.S. Bombing of Dikes and Dams" (1972).  Cover Letter included.

F 27: Supreme Court of the United States (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Gary Dugger's application for admission to practice before Supreme Court; President Taft's appointment to Supreme Court; David Field's application for admission to practice before Supreme Court.

b. Magazine:  Administrative Office of the United States Courts:  "Federal Probation" (September 1971) 84 pages.  Cover Letter included.

F 28: Tariff Commission (1972).

Correspondence:  re:  Existing duties on window glass; reduction in import duties for window glass.

F 29: Tennessee Valley Authority (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Dissertation material dealing with Senator Robert S. Kerr speeches relating to conservation; Tellico Reservoir project; proposed remarks for CA's speech at Deep Fork meeting.

b. Report:  Tennessee Valley Authority:  "Annual Report - 1971."  80 pages.  Cover letter included.

c. Booklet:  Cooperative Extension Service, Auburn University and Tennessee Valley Authority:  "Irrigating Vegetables on Sand Mountain."  (March 1972).

F 30: Transportation, Department of (1972).  Automobiles.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Seat Belt usage requirements; standards for automobile emissions.

b. Reprinted Article:  (Fortune) William Bowen:  "Auto Safety Needs a New Road Map" (April 1972).  9 pages.  Cover Letter.

c. Booklet:  American Safety Belt Council:  "Air Bags Need a `Good Belt'" (1972).  Cover letter included.

F 31: Transportation, Department of (1972).  Coast Guard.

Report:  Coast Guard:  "Boating Statistics - 1971."  (1972).  73 pages.

F 32: Transportation of (1972). federal Aviation Administration.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Employment freeze in FAA; reduction in force of FAA Aeronautical Center in OKC; transportation arrangements for participants in Stars and Stripes Show; applicable regulations for FAA air traffic controllers; selection of OKC as headquarters site for Flight Inspection National Field Office.

b. P. L. 92-297 (H. R. 8083):  "To provide a career program for, and greater flexibility in management of, air traffic controllers..."  92nd Congress; 2nd Session (May 16, 1972).

c. H. R. 8083:  "To provide a career program for, and greater flexibility in management of, air traffic controllers..."  (Gale McGee - Colorado).  92nd Congress; 2nd Session.  (1972).

d. Information Packet:  Air line Pilots Association:  "Who's to Examine?  ALPA's Position on NPRM 17-31" (1972).

e. Report; Dallas-Ft. Worth Regional Airport Board:  "Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport - 2001" (1972).  31 pages.

F 33: Transportation, Department of (1972). Federal Aviation Administration:  Oklahoma Projects.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Feasibility of Arrowhead Park Airstrip.

b. News Release:  Ozarks Regional Commission:  "Goldsby, Ok Gets Ozarks Funds for Airport Improvements" (June 5, 1972).

c. Office Notes:  re:  Antlers Municipal Airport.

d. Notice of Apportionment to Sates and Airport Sponsors.

F 34: Transportation, Department of (1972). Federal Highway Act.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Highway Trust Fund.

b. News Release:  Federal Highway Administration:  "Bridge Replacement Program" (January 7, 1972).

c. Report:  Comptroller General of the United States:  "Administration of the Federal Highway Use Tax by the Internal Revenue Service" (May 15, 1972).  33 pages.

d. Booklet:  Federal Highway Administration:  "The New Look in Traffic Signs and Markings."  (1972).  2 copies.  Cover Letter included.

e. List of people and places to send above booklet.

f. Information on Federal-Aid Financing and the Highway Trust Fund.

F 35: Transportation, Department of (1972). Federal Highway Administration.

Report:  Federal Highway Administration:  "Federal-Aid Highway Relocation Assistance and Payment Statistics."  (1972).  175 pages.  Cover Letter.

F 36: Transportation, Department of (1972). Federal Highway Administration:  Oklahoma Projects.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Guide signs to tourist attractions in LeFlore County; Holson Valley road project; state highway between Tryon and Guthrie; State Highway #48 in Hughes County. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (OK).

b. Resolution expressing concern about proposed north-south highway through Arkansas by-passing eastern OK.

c. Copy of clippings re: Atwood Bridge.

F 37: Transportation, Department of (1972). Federal Railroad Administration.

Correspondence:  re:  Burlington Amendment; Need for passenger stops Marceline and La Plata, Missouri.

F 38: Transportation, Department of (1972). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Transportation strikes; feasibility of urban no-fare mass transit systems; TRANSPO 72; Moss-Bennet Bill; FAA cancellation on contract bid. Correspondents include John Volpe.

b. News Release:  Federal Highway Administration:  "Secretary of Transportation John A Volpe Announced Approval of Muskogee and McAlester as Economic Growth Centers."  (March 6, 1972).

c. News Release:  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:  "Grant Awarded to Student Competitions on Relevant Engineering (SCORE) to Design and Construct a Specialized Car for City Driving" (March 17, 1972).

d. Speech:  Remarks by CA at Transpo 72 exhibition.

e. Speech:  Remarks by Transportation Secretary John A. Volpe on State and Local Technology Sharing (October 18, 1972).

F 39: Transportation, Department of (1972). Highway Beautification.

News Release:  Office of Secretary:  "Secretary Volpe Takes Action Which Could Result in Loss of $138 million to States Not Controlling Highway Billboards" (February 11, 1972).

F 40: Transportation, Department of (1972). Report.

Fifth Annual Report (1972).  217 pages.

F 41: Transportation, Department of (1972). Three Sisters Bridge.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Petition for write of certiorari in Three Sisters Bridge case.  Correspondents include:  John A. Volpe.

b. Respondent's brief in opposition to above petition.  Cover letter included.

F 42: Treasury, Department of (1972). Comptroller of the Currency.

a. GAO Reports Issued or Release in 1972.  Cover Letter included.

b. Office note:  re:  National bank charter for Del City.

F 43: Treasury, Department of (1972). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  obtaining rolls of uncirculated, bank-wrapped coins; replacement of gold with Special Drawing Rights. Correspondents included:  Victor Wickersham.

b. H. R. 15656:  "To provide that no insured financial institution which has deposits insured by the US may refuse to honor certain checks drawn upon the US Treasury, to provide for State taxation of insured commercial banks..." (St. Germain-Rhode Island).  92nd Congress, 2nd Session (1972).  Committee on Banking and Currency.

c. Remarks by John Connally, Secretary of Treasury, at press conference re; The Post Freeze - Economic Stabilization Program.  (October 8, 1971).

F 44: Treasury, Department of (1972). Internal Revenue Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Increase in insurance rates on policy; income tax reductions; tax exempt status of OK Indian Rights Association; jobber-dealer relationships in operation of service stations; regulations on assessments paid by oil companies.

b. Office notes:  re:  taxes on retirement plan monies.

F 45: Treasury, Department of (1972). Revenue Sharing.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Revenue sharing checks; specific dollar allocation to Stringtown under Revenue Sharing Program; comparison between Hartshorne revenue sharing checks and Wilburton check.

b. Information on Revenue Sharing Program.

F 46: Treasury, Department of (1972). Savings Bonds.

Information on savings-bonds and savings bond campaigns.

F 47: Treasury, Department of (1972). Secret Service.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Need for Secret Service protection for Senator Ed Kennedy even though he is not an announced presidential candidate.

b. Minutes of 1972 Candidate Protection Advisory Committee Meeting (November 19, 1971).

F 48: United Nations (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  appointment of Kurt Waldheim an UN Secretary-General; budget of United Nations; opposition to US membership in United Nations; Northern Ireland's civil unrest; treatment of Greece by United Nations. Correspondents include:  Kurt Waldheim.

b. Poster:  United Nations Association of USA:  "Mr. Secretary - General."

c. Report:  United Nations Association of USA:  "Safeguarding the Atom - A Soviet-American Exchange."  (July 1972).  71 pages.  Cover letter included.

F 48B: United States Commission on Civil Rights (1972).

Statement: Theodore M. Hesburgh; re: busing.

F 49: United States Courts (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Possibility of creating position of U.S. Magistrate in Ada.

b. Office notes:  re; Obtaining copy of opinion on Roth vs. Board of Regents.

F 50: Veterans Administration (1972).  Ada Center.

Correspondence:  re:  Proposed Social Services Center in Ada.

F 51: Veterans Administration (1972).  Disabled American Veterans.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Summary of Veterans Legislation Reports of 92nd Congress, 1st Session.

b. Resolution:  re:  Disabled Veterans.

F 52: Veterans Administration (1972).  General.

Correspondence:  re:  Problems Vietnam era veterans are facing; cost of living increases for disabled veterans; authorization and placement of government headstones; veterans benefits calculators; pension benefits for Spanish - American War Widows; non-service connected pension benefits; proposed National Cemetery at Fort Towson; Job Fair for Oklahoma Veterans; Paul Freeman's appointment as Chairman of War Veterans Comm.; effect of social security increases on veterans benefits; application for nursing home care to VA patients. Correspondents include:  Olin E. Teague (Texas).

F 53: Veterans Administration (1972). Hospitals.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Federal Funds for establishment of hospital by War Veterans Commission; overcrowding in Oklahoma City VA Hospital; electronic device to kill pain; regionalization of Muskogee and Oklahoma City VA Hospitals; other VA regionalizations.

b. Pamphlet:  American Legion:  "Special Committee on Veterans Medical Care" (April 1972).  Cover Letter included.

c. Information Packet:  Thomas W. Atkinson:  "Research:  Studies of Psychiatry, Institutional Hospitals and Community Psychiatry" (October 26, 1972). Cover Letter included.

F 54: Veterans Administration (1972). Philippines.

Correspondence:  re:  Family eligibility for educational and training benefits of veterans.

F 55: Veterans Administration (1972). Report.

a. Booklet:  Veterans Administration:  "Federal Benefits... for Veterans and Dependents" (February 1972).  34 pages.

b. Report:  Administration of Veterans Affairs:  "1971 Annual Report" (January 18, 1972).  156 pages.

F 56: Water Resources Council (1972).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Blakely Mountain Project.

b. Pamphlet:  Water Development Foundation of Oklahoma, Inc, and Oklahoma Water, Inc.:  "Kill and Overkill - Water Development."  14 pages.

c. Newsletter:  Industrial Domestic Agricultural Water Agencies:  "Water News."  (February 1972).

d. News Release:  Water Resources Congress:  "Beware the Ides of March."  (February 28, 1972).

e. Newsletter:  National Waterways Conference, Inc."  "Criteria News" (March 3, 1972).

f. Draft Legislation:  Water Resources Council:  "A bill to amend the Water Resources Planning act to authorize increased appropriations."  Cover Letter included.

g. Pamphlets (2):  Water Resources Council:  "For A Better Tomorrow."  (1972).

h. S. 2612:  "To establish policy and principles for planning the use of the water and related land resources of the US." (Randolph - West Virginia and Jackson - Washington).  92nd Congress, First Session (1971).

i. Speech:  Remarks of Harry N. Cook, Executive Vice President, National Waterways Conference, Inc, at the Ohio Valley Improvement Association's 1972 Annual Meeting (October 12, 1972).  Cover Letter included.

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