Box and Folder Inventory

Box 107

Box 108: Federal Communications Commission (1973) - Health, Education, and Welfare (1973).

F 1: Federal Communications Commission (1973). Congress.

FCC document:  re:  Direct programming access to network television time by black members of Congress.

F 2: Federal Communications Commission (1973). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Increase to mobile radio services; proposed appointment of Bill Hoover to Federal Communications Commission.

b. Booklet:  Forest Industries Telecommunications:  "Telecommunications - Lifeline of the Forest Industry."  (1972).  31 pages.

F 3: Federal Communications Commission (1973). McIntire, Carl.

Correspondence:  re:  Support for legislation to give permanent licenses to radio and television stations; denial of license renewal to radio station WXUR; McIntire's radio station license denial.

F 4: Federal Communications Commission (1973). Radio.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed radio station in Broken Bow; censorship of radio programs.

b. Office Note:  re:  Freeze on AM Radios.

F 5: Federal Communications Commission (1973). Television.

Correspondence:  re:  TV blackouts in Duncan area; TV reception in Sallisaw; annual testing for small cable system operators; TV programming in Sawyer area; cable service in Sallisaw and Pocola area; TV news service; recovery of total cots from those regulated; cable blackouts in Dallas area; objection to TV program "The Lie"; TV violence; pay-tv systems; exploration of new energy source; TV fees. Correspondents include:  James E. Hamilton (OK).

F 6: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). CA Materials.

a. News Release:  Office of Speaker:  "The Energy Crisis."  (November 25, 1973).

b. Speech:  Speaker Carl Albert:  "The Energy Crisis." (November 25, 1973).

F 7: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). Departmental.

a. Correspondence:  re:  EPA's position on Energy Crisis.

b. Statement:  William E. Simon (December 20, 1973).

c. Fact Sheet:  re:  Proposed mandatory allocation regulations. 

d. Agenda for December 27, 1973 press conference.

e. News Release:  Federal Energy Office:  "Student asked to Limit Driving During Fuel Shortage."  (December 27, 1973).

f. Fact Sheet:  re:  gasoline coupon rationing.

g. News Release:  Federal Energy Office:  "Fuel `Hardship Cases' Now Getting Special Priority."  (December 27, 1973).

h. News Release:  Federal Energy Office:  "New Energy Conservation Measures Announced by Federal Officials."  (January 3, 1974).

i. News Release:  Federal Energy Office:  "Reports of Tankers Holding Back Are Erroneous, Simon Contends."  (January 3, 1974).

j. Federal Register:  Federal Energy Office:  "Mandatory Fuel Allocation Regulations."  (January 2, 1974).

F 8: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). Energy Shortage.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed speed limit reduction for trucks.

b. Advertisement:  Wall Street Journal:  "Same good news about energy for a change."  (December 7, 1973).

F 9: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). Energy Shortage:  Fuel Allocation.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Mandatory allocation program; propane shortage; energy crisis and its effects on construction industry; purchase of diesel from truck stops.

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  Nationalization of oil industry; impact of gas shortage on rural small businesses.

F 10: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). Energy Shortage:  Publications.

a. Federal Register:  Energy Policy Office:  "Program for Propane."  (October 3, 1973).

b. News Release:  Energy Policy Office:  "Mandatory Middle Distillate Fuel Allocation Program."  (October 12, 1973).

c. News Release:  Cost of Living Council:  "Modifications of Price Ceilings."  (October 15, 1973).

d. Federal Register:  Energy Policy Office:  "Mandatory Allocation Program for Middle Distillate Fuels."  (October 16, 1973).

e. Federal Register:  Cost of Living Council:  "Phase IV Price Regulations."  (October 17, 1973).

f. Synopsis of the Federal Mandatory Middle Distillate Fuel Allocation Program (October 17, 1973).

g. Newsletter:  National Oil Jobbers Council:  "The Oil Daily."  (October 23, 1973).

h. Federal Register:  Energy Policy Office:  "Procedural Rules."  (October 24, 1973).

i. Four Department of Interior News Releases (October 26 - November 30, 1973).

j. Information:  re:  Middle distillate requirements in Oklahoma.

k. Information:  re:  Licenses fee program.

l. Federal Register:  Office of Petroleum Allocation (November 19, 1973).

m. News Release:  Office of White House Press Secretary:  "Fact Sheet - Federal Energy Organization."  (December 4, 1973).

n. Report:  Department of State:  "United States Exports of Petroleum and Natural Gas:  1968 - October 1973."  Cover letter included.

o. Report:  Department of Interior:  "The Impact of Oil Interruptions of U. S. Energy Usage."  (November 1973).  Cover Letter.

p. Magazine:  American Mining Congress:  Mining Congress Journal (November 1973).  100 pages.  Cover letter included.

q. Newsletter:  Mid-America Coalition for Energy Alternatives (December 1973).

F 11: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Excess profits tax on petroleum products.

b. Report:  Subcommittee on Energy:  "About Solar Energy..."  (December 7, 1973).  3 pages.

F 12: Federal Energy Office/Administration (1973). Interior Department's Office of Oil and Gas Forms. Packet of forms:  re:  Fuel allocation.

F 13: Federal Power Commission (1973). Electricity.

a. Report:  National Electric Reliability Council:  "1972 Annual Report."  (April 1973).  31 pages.

b. Office note:  re:  Request for electric rate increase.

F 14: Federal Power Commission (1973). General.

Correspondence:  re:  Propane shortage; cancellation of Gulf Oil Co. contract to small service station.

F 15: Federal Power Commission (1973). Lone Star Gas.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Lone Star's application.

b. FPC document:  re:  Certificate application for pipeline.

c. FPC document:  re:  Exceptions by Lone Star Gas Company.

d. News Release:  FPC:  "FPC Denies Lone Star Gas Company's Proposed System Realignment."  9June 21, 1972).

F 16: Federal Reserve Board (1973). 

Correspondence:  re:  Interest rate increases; loan costs.

F 17: Federal Trade Commission (1973).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Cloth labeling; sales practices of American Farms and Beatrice Foods Company; recommendation of William Lott to commissioner position of FTC; milk pricing practice of Oklahoma Safeway stores. Correspondents include:  Charles Elder (OK).

b. Office note:  re:  FTC appointment for Chemical Associates. 

F 18: Federal Trade Commission (1973).  Soft Drinks.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Coca-Cola exemption from bottling industry anti-trust laws.

b. FTC document:  re:  Opposition to legislation legalizing territorial restrictions in soft drink industry.

c. Statement:  Alan S. Ward (August 9, 1972).

F 19: General Accounting Office (1973).

Correspondence:  re:  Democratic Party member positions; Republican Party member positions.

F 20: General Accounting Office (1973).

a. Booklet:  Comptroller General of the United States:  "What GAO is Doing To Improve Governmental Auditing Standards."  (1973).  27 pages.  Cover Letter included.

b. Booklet:  General Accounting Office:  "Answers to Frequently Asked Questions."  (1973).  36 pages.

c. Booklet:  Comptroller General of the United States:  "The U. S. General Accounting Office."  9July 1973).  36 pages.

d. Booklet:  General Accounting Office:  "Opportunities for Improving The Model Cities Program in San Antonio, Texas."  (January 1973).  80 pages.

F 21: General Services Administration (1973). Archives.

Correspondence:  re:  GSA National Archives and Records Service.

F 22: General Services Administration (1973). Consumer Information.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Consumer Product Information Coordinating Center.

b. Pamphlet:  Consumer Product Information Coordinating Center:  "Consumer Product Information."  (Summer 1972).  14 pages.

c. Pamphlet:  General Services Administration:  "Consumer Product Information."  (Spring 1972).  14 pages.

d. Pamphlet:  General Services Administration:  "Consumer Product Information."  14 pages.

e. Pamphlet:  Consumer Product Information Center:  "Consumer Information."  (Fall 1973).  14 pages.  Cover Letter included.

F 23: General Services Administration (1973). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Vending stand program for the blind; information on architect engineers.

b. Memos to GSA staff:  re:  Relations with Congress.

c. Office note:  re:  GSA building construction in Stillwater.

e. Report:  General Services Administration:  "A New Way - Annual Report 1972."  (1973).  64 pages.

f. Booklet re: Fire Safety

F 24: General Services Administration (1973). Personnel.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Appointment of Kenneth Duberstein as Director of Congressional Affairs.

b. GSA Office of Congressional Affairs members.

c. Office Note:  re:  Possible position as head of OKC office for Kenneth Marshall.

F 25: General Services Administration (1973). State Procurement.

Correspondence:  re:  State procurement and purchasing.

F 26: General Services Administration (1973). Surplus Property.

Correspondence:  re:  Re-building of Maud fire department.

F 27: General Services Administration (1973). Third District.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Building lease for Social Security office in McAlester; building lease for Social Security office in McAlester.

b. Office note:  re:  Denison Dam and Reservoir project.

c. Memo:  re:  Contract award to Sequoyah Industries.

F 28: Government Printing Office (1973).

Correspondence:  re:  price increase in United States Industrial Outlook; 1971 Agriculture Yearbook.

F 29: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Appropriations.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Items addressed by 1974 Labor - HEW Appropriations bill; HEW regulations for federal outlays for state and local social services; possible veto to 1974 HEW Appropriations bill.

b. News Release:  Office of the majority leader:  "Majority Leader Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr., Says the Health Cuts Rand False from the Start."  (July 25, 1973).

F 30: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Civil Rights.

Correspondence:  re:  Compliance of Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964 by local school districts; application of OKC schools for funds under Emergency School Aid Act; higher education problems with Office of Civil Rights.

F 31: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Community Action.

Correspondence:  re:  Funding cuts for Community Action programs.

F 32: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Departmental.

List of phone numbers for divisions of HEW Department.

F 33: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Drug Abuse.

Correspondence:  re:  Consolidation of Federal drug law enforcement activities

F 34: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education:  American Federation of Teachers.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Salary schedules for teachers.

b. Report:  American Federation of Teachers:  "Survey of Teachers' Salaries, 1972 - 1973."  (January 1973).  54 pages.

F 35: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Co-operative Education.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Claremore Junior College's grant application.

b. Grant notification to Southeastern Oklahoma State College.

c. Grant notification to Seminole Junior College.

F 36: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Drugs.

Memo:  re:  Drug Education Program.

F 37: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: East Central.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Grant proposal for East Central; proposal for Environmental Studies program.

b. Grant notification to East Central State College.

c. Report:  HEW Department:  "Environmental Education Projects."  (June 1973).

d. Report:  William B. Stapp:  "Development, Implementation, Evaluation of Environmental Education Programs (K - 12)."  (April 2, 1973).  39 pages.

F 38: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: East Central.

a. Application:  East Central State College:  "ECO Systems - A Resource Material Development Project."  Cover Letter included.

b. Application:  East Central State College:  "Workshops for Environmental Impact Assessment Statements."

F 39: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act:  Allocation Study.

Report:  National Bureau of Standards:  "The Process of Funds Allocation Under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education act of 1965."  (March 1972).

F 40: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act:  Allocation Study.

Report:  Office of Education:  "The Process of Funds Allocation Under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965."  (March 1973).

F 41: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act:  Grants.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Federal financial assistance programs for elementary and secondary education in Oklahoma; Title I funding proposals.

b. Memos:  re:  Grant awards for special programs for educationally disadvantaged children.

c. Grant notifications for special services for disadvantaged students.

F 42: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act:  Report.

Report:  National Bureau of Standards:  "A Summary of `The Process of Funds Allocation Under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965."  (March 1972).

F 43: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act:  Title I Cutback.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Title I funding cutback; first quarter educational allocations.

b. Office notes:  re:  Title I funding.

c. Speech:  Carl D. Perkins (July 24, 1973).

d. List of estimated distribution of funds for handicapped educational programs.

e. Lists of county aggregate maximum basic grants.

F 44: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Emergency School Aid Act.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Hartshore's application for assistance; Wewoka's application for assistance; Sapulpa's application for assistance.

b. Memo:  re:  approval of applications under Emergency School Aid program.

F 45: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: Financial Aid.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Guaranteed Student Loan Program; Basic Education Opportunity Grant program.

b. Report:  National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators:  "Appropriations for Student Assistance - A NADFAA Position."  19 pages.  Cover letter included.

c. Allocation approvals to OK postsecondary schools.

F 46: Health, Education and Welfare (1973). Education: General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Close-Up Foundation scholarships; school construction funds; Boswell special reading project proposal; National Defense Student Loan program; center for artist training to produce educational materials for children in low income areas.

b. News Release:  HEW Department:  "Federal Support Offered as Award for Educational Research Competition by National Institute of Education."  (January 19, 1973).

c. Report:  National Institute of Education:  "Instructions for Submitting Proposals:  Grants for Research in Education."  (January 15, 1973).

d. Report:  Statistics for State of Oklahoma.  (January 26, 1973).

e. Office notes:  re:  Boswell special reading project proposal; Watonga application for trial computer program grant; Hugo need for office space for special education program.

f. Copy of clipping:  re:  Special education center in McAlester.

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