Box and Folder Inventory

Box 137

Box 138: Energy Research and Development Administration (1976) - Health, Education and Welfare (1976).

F 1: Energy Research and Development Administration (1976).  Solar Energy.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed location of Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) in California; proposed location of SERI in one of Midwest states; solar homes. Correspondents include:  Edmund G. Brown, Jr. (CA);

b. News Release:  ERDA:  "ERDA Announces Change in Plans for Issuing Solar Energy Research Institute Guidelines, Criteria" (January 30, 1976).

c. Report:  ERDA:  "Request for Proposals (RFP) for Solar Energy Research Institute" (1976).

F 2: Energy Research and Development Administration (1976).  University of Oklahoma.

a. Correspondence:  re:  OU's proposed ERDA project.

b. Report:  University of Oklahoma Office of Research Administration:  "A Proposal to Conduct a Study of Energy Sources and Uses in a Specified Community" (August 1975).

F 3: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Beverage Containers.

a. Correspondence:  re:  regulations proposed for control of beverage containers of federal installations; EPA's proposed Solid Waste Management guidelines. Correspondents include:  John D. Dingell (MI).

b. Report:  EPA:  "Beverage Container Guidelines for Federal Agencies" (August 1, 1975).  5 pages.

c. Report:  EPA:  "Returnable Beverage Containers for Beer and Soft Drinks - Questions and Answers" (July 1975).  9 pages.

d. Newsletter:  EPA:  "Environmental News" (November 11, 1975).

e. Federal Register:  EPA:  "Beverage Containers" (November 11, 1975).

f. Booklet:  EPA:  "Solid Waste Disposal Act" (1975).  14 pages.

g. Federal Register:  Presidential Documents:  "Executive Order 11752."  (December 19, 1973).

F 4: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Gasoline Vapors.

Correspondence:  re:  Proposed regulations for Stage II Gasoline Vapor Recovery.

F 5: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  cancellation of registration for Rat Snak rat poison.

b. Newsletter:  National Environmental Development Association:  "Balance" (May 1976).

F 6: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Grants.

a. Correspondence:  re:  difficulties Ozarks Regional Commission is having getting EPA to accept Ozarks grant money for Langston sewer system; Tatums' grant application for waste water treatment system; public meeting on Antlers sewer collection system; grant availability for research in field of interior lining; Coyle's grant application for waste treatment works; Kinta's grant application for sewer project; Canadian's Step III grant application.

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  Stuart's waste treatment project.

F 7: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Grant Announcements:  Cities and Counties.

Sixty-one grant announcements for individual cities and counties.

F 8: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Grant Announcements:  Oklahoma (Statewide).

Nine grant announcements.

F 9: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Solid Waste.

Correspondence:  re:  solid waste disposal in Oklahoma; information on solid waste disposal.

F 10: Environmental Protection Agency (1976). Water Pollution.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed state underground injection control program regulations; Water Pollution Control Act Amendments.

b. Report:  Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority:  "Five Year Status Report 1970-1975."  24 pages. 

F 11: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  EEOC's "Four-fifths" vote.

F 12: Federal Communications Commission (1976). Cable Television.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed cable television system for Hugo.

b. Report:  Subcommittee on Communications of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - U.S. House of Representatives:  "Cable Television:  Promise Versus Regulatory Performance" (January 1976).  110 pages.

F 13: Federal Communications Commission (1976). Citizens Band Radios.

Correspondence:  re:  need for additional channels to accommodate Citizens Band Radio Operators.

F 14: Federal Communications Commission (1976). Closed - captioning.

Correspondence:  re:  closed-captioning of television programs.

F 15: Federal Communications Commission (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  ascertainment survey conducted by Seminole broadcasting company.

b. FCC document form.

F 16: Federal Communications Commission (1976). Radio.

Correspondence:  re:  proposed operation of Fm radio station in Seminole; FM reception in Duncan area.

F 17: Federal Communications Commission (1976). Religious Broadcasting.

Correspondence:  re:  Lansman-Milam petition turned down by FCC which would bar religious programs from radio and television; Madalyn O'Hairs's petition against Christian Broadcasting; protest of banning of religious programming.

F 18: Federal Communications Commission (1976). Television:  General.

Correspondence:  re:  content of nationally televised programs; granting of equal time to Communist nominees for President and Vice President on air.

F 19: Federal Election Commission (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  illegal political contributions; campaign funding for Presidential candidates.

F 20: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Allocations.

Correspondence:  re:  Fuel Allocations.

F 21: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Coal.

Correspondence:  re:  new program to encourage coal mining starts through federal guarantee of loans to small operators.

F 22: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Departmental.

Correspondence:  re:  proposed renewal of FEA.

F 23: Federal Energy Administration (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  proposed energy-saving home design; Southwest Regional Energy Council; Shell Chemical Company's Trend magazine.

b. Newsletter:  The Council of State Governments Energy Project:  "State Energy Action" (May 17, 1976).

c. Booklet:  FEA:  "Technical Reports of the FEA" (December 1975).  77 pages.

F 24: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Natural Gas.

a. News Release:  Oklahoma Natural Gas Company:  "Oklahoma Natural's Earnings Higher" (January 6, 1976).

b. Report:  Peoples Gas Company:  "Annual Report 1975" 28 pages. 

c. Report:  House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee:  "A Natural Gas Primer."

F 25: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Nuclear Energy.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Congressional staff trip to nuclear power plant.

b. Report:  American Nuclear Energy Council:  "New Uranium Enrichment Capacity" (February 1, 1976).  12 pages.

c. Report:  American Nuclear Energy Council:  "The Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor (LMFBR)" (May 4, 1976).

d. Report:  Congressional Research Service:  "Nuclear Power Plant Accident Risks:  The `Rasmussen Report'" (January 14, 1976).  9 pages.

F 26: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Oklahoma.

a. Correspondence:  re:  draft guidelines for development of State Energy Conservation Plans; funding for Oklahoma's Energy Awareness and Conservation Program.

b. Magazine:  Business Publications, Inc.:  Oklahoma Business (April/May 1976).  40 pages.

F 27: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Petroleum.

a. Correspondence:  re:  International Petroleum Encyclopedia.

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  crude prices.

c. Report:  Oklahoma Petroleum Council:  "Annual Report 1975" 21 pages.

F 28: Federal Energy Administration (1976). Solar/Wind.

Correspondence:  re:  solar and wind powered energy systems.

F 29: Federal Paperwork Commission (1975).

Correspondence:  re:  EPA forms dealing with cost or price summaries for sub-agreements on grants. Correspondents include:  Bob Wilson (OK) and Frank Horton (NY).

F 30: Federal Power Commission (1976).

Newsletter:  McGraw-Hill:  "Electrical Week" (May 10, 1976).

F 31: Federal Reserve Board (1976).

Correspondence:  re:  raising of prime interest rates and reducing availability of currency.

F 32: Federal Trade Commission (1976). Automobiles.

a. Correspondence:  re:  crash parts investigation of FTC.

b. Federal Register:  Federal Trade Commission:  "Sale of Used Motor Vehicles" (January 6, 1976).

F 33: Federal Trade Commission (1976). Cement.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Midwest Cement Industry matter. Correspondents include:  Ed Edmondson (OK); Henry B. Gonzalez (TX); and Joe L. Evins (TN).

b. Various FTC documents.

F 34: Federal Trade Commission (1976). Consumer Credit.

Correspondence:  re:  FTC rules on Preservation of Consumers' Claims and Defenses.

F 35: Federal Trade Commission (1976). Food Labels.

Correspondence:  re:  regulations on use of certain health claims in food advertising.

F 36: Federal Trade Commission (1976). Funeral Industry.

a. Correspondence:  re:  funeral costs.

b. News release:  FTC:  "Hearing Schedule Issued for Proposed Funeral Industry Rule" (February 25, 1976).

c. Resolution adopted by Oklahoma Funeral Directors Association.

F 37: Federal Trade Commission (1976). General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  advertisement and sale of eye glasses and prescription drugs; Food Industry Antitrust Reports Act; antitrust laws; consolidation of FTC and SEC reporting requirements; FTC investigation of breakfast cereals industry.

b. Copy of clipping:  re:  Stephen Nye's resignation from FTC.

c. Office notes:  re:  concrete business monopolies.

F 38: Federal Trade Commission (1976). Pharmacies.

Correspondence:  re:  FTC investigation of ownership restrictions affecting retail pharmacies.

F 39: General Accounting Office (1976).

a. Correspondence:  re:  GAO "framework" for analyzing program effectiveness and efficiency.

b. Booklet:  GAO:  "Bid Protests at GAO - A Descriptive Guide" 18 pages.

F 40: General Services Administration (1976).

a. Correspondence:  re:  bonding procedures on government projects; need for dishes, pots and pans for Durant Community Building; renewal of Choctaw Nation Enterprises' Lease with GSA; Excel Industries, Inc. National Meeting; Daugherty's need for surplus fire truck. Correspondents include:  Jack Brook (TX) and William J. Randall (MO).

b. Booklet:  GSA:  "Consumer Information" (1976).  14 pages.

c. Office Note:  re:  Donation of helicopter to Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

d. Brochure:  GSA Public Buildings Service:  "Introducing the Federal Building, U.S. Post Office, Idabel, Oklahoma" (February 1976).

F 41: Government Printing Office (1976).

a. Correspondence:  re:  desire for copy of Eastern Forest Insects.

b. Office notes:  re:  Agriculture Yearbooks.

F 42: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Alcohol Abuse:  Choctaws.

Correspondence:  re:  Proposed Choctaw alcoholism treatment center project.

F 43: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Alcohol Abuse:  Harbingers, Inc.

Correspondence:  re:  funding for proposed Harbingers alcohol treatment programs for women.

F 44: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Community Action Program.

a. Correspondence:  re:  funding for comprehensive health center for McCurtain County; Meals on Wheels program.

b. Grant announcement for handicapped program.

F 45: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Day Care.

Newsletter:  North Oklahoma City Day Care Association:  "CHUMS" (March 1976).  Cover letter signed by David Craighead (OK).

F 46: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Civil Rights.

Correspondence:  HEW guidelines for record-keeping on student discipline procedures and actions in school districts; Bakersfield (California) City School District's alleged violation of Title Vi of Civil Rights Act of 1964; procedure for handling individual complaints of discrimination; Title Vi segregation suits. Correspondents include:  William M. Ketchum (CA).

F 47: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Civil Rights:  Title IX.

a. Correspondence:  re:  HEW vies on public school hair and dress code; impact of Title IX regulations on independent colleges.

b. Office notes:  re:  complaint against Holdenville schools.

c. Memo:  re:  elimination of sex discrimination in athletic programs.

d. Report:  HEW Department :  "Final Title IX Regulation Implementing Education Amendments of 1972 Prohibiting Sex Discrimination in Education" (July 21, 1975).

e. Federal Register:  HEW Department:  "Nondiscrimination on Basis of Sex" (June 4, 1975).

F 48: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: East Central.

Correspondence and office notes:  re:  East Central University's grant for Seminole Indians being refunded.

F 49: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Elementary and Secondary Education.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Shawnee's Follow Through program; TItle VII funding for Pleasant Grove ESAA program.

b. Information packet:  re:  allocations to elementary and secondary education programs.

F 50: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Emergency School Assistance.

a. Correspondence:  re:  ESA project at Sweetwater Union High School in San Diego.

b. Two grant announcements for ESA programs.

F 51: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  need for information on research funding sources; new school for Fanshawe; consumer education proposal for low income youth and adults; abuses of and deficiencies in Federal funding to schools; impact aid and H. R. 15232.

b. report:  Congressional Research Service:  "Mobile Teachers Retirement Assistance Act."

c. Booklet:  National Institute of Education:  "State School Finance Reform in the 1970's (February 1976).  20 pages.

d. Booklet:  Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations:  "Education" (December 1975).  65 pages.

F 52: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Gifted/Talented.

Correspondence:  re:  funding for proposed Gifted and Talented Students in Sparsely Populated Areas project.

F 53: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Handicapped.

a. Correspondence:  re:  distribution of ESEA Title I funds; Education for all Handicapped Children Act of 1975; delayed funding for Oklahoma counties' handicapped programs.

b. Notification of grant awards for handicapped programs.

F 54: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Higher Education.

a. Grant announcements to higher education institutions.

b. Memo:  re:  approval of grants for state agencies currently participating in the state student incentive grant program.

F 55: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Indians:  Appropriations.

Correspondence:  re:  reduction in funding of Title IV program of Indian Education Act. Correspondents include:  Sidney R. Yates (IL).

F 56: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Indians:  Grants.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Battiest's application for Title IV grant; Boswell's application for funding; Walters' participation in Title IV program; Kiowa's Title IV project; Wilson's problem with Title IV program.

b. Grant announcements.

F 57: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Langston University.

a. Correspondence:  re:  delay in funding of Basic Educational Opportunity Grants at Langston University. Correspondents include:  David L. Boren (OK).

b. Report:  Langston University:  "A Proposal for an Eleventh Cycle Teacher Corps Proposal."

F 58: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: Libraries.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Appropriations for federal library program.

b. Information Packet:  District of Columbia Library Association:  "Information Power - National Library Week" (1976).

F 59: Health, Education and Welfare, Department of (1976). Education: National Advisory Council on the Education of Disadvantaged Students.

Information packet:  re:  events and activities of NACEDS annual convention.

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