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Box 34: Miscellaneous (1965) - Personal, K-O (1965)
F 1: Miscellaneous (1965).
a. Brochure. "Pleasant Hill: Kentucky's Historic Shaker Village."
b. Pamphlet. American Medical Association. "Who Help the Physician... Help the Retarded?: A Guide to Supportive Services for the Retarded."
c. Book. American Medical Association Conference on Mental Retardation, l964. Mental Retardation: A Handbook for the Primary Physician.
d. Flyer. Senator Allen J. Ellender. "Africa Today." Re: A showing a film and narration by the Senator about Africa.
e. News release. "Across the English Speaking World." Re: The International Brick and Rolling Pin Throwing Contests. (July l7, l965).
f. Newspaper. Jobber News and Products. Re: Automotive Wholesaling. (April, l965).
g. Brochures. Re: American Flyers Incorporated.
h. Newsletter. Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade. Re: legislative situation in the 89th Congress. (September, l965).
i. Newspaper clippings. "The Anatomy of Extremism." Re: extremist cults. (April 11, l965).
j. Newspaper clipping (reprint). "They Paid $20 a Plat to Be Bored." (n.s;n.d.).
k. Newspaper clipping. Tulsa World. Re: photograph of Opera Guild party with Miss Margaret Glenn.
l. Newsletter. Re: Pittsburg County Cowbelles. (September, l965).
m. Questionnaire. U.S. Cuban Refugee Center. Re: employment for Cuban Refugees.
F 2: Moral Re-Armament (1965).
b. Remarks. "Sing-Out `65' by Chester Mize" and "Moral Rearmament" by William L. Hungate. (August 24, l965).
F 3: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: NASA budget not containing any funding for the M-i Snap-8, and the 260-inch Solid Rocket Programs.
b. Press release. Hughes Aircraft Company. "Hughes to Build Communication Satellite Terminal in Arkansas. (January 12, ?).
c. Press release. Local Airline Service Action Committee. "Congressional Review of Local Airline Service." Re: a Senate Resolution for a review of the adequacy of local airline services. (February 1, l965).
F 4: National Air Carrier Association, Inc. (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: the Supplemental air carrier industry.
b. Article (reprint). "Supplementals Eye A Big Charter Future." Air Transport World. (Mike Monroney on cover). (May, l965).
F 5: National Association of State Department of Agriculture (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: problems of water pollution and foreign agricultural workers. Correspondents include Lew Meibergen.
b. Resolution. No. 2. National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. Re: Water Pollution Control (October 3-7, l965).
c. Resolution No. l9. National Association of State Departments of Agriculture. Re: Importation of Foreign Agriculture Workers. (October 3-7, l965).
F 6: National Governors' Conference (1965).
Correspondence. Re: summary of policy actions and resolutions adopted by the National Governors' Conference. The topics included the sharing of federal tax revenues, Economic Opportunity Act, Civil Defense and post-attack recovery, preserving the people's rights, community mental health programs, Third-class mailing privileges, water pollution problems and highway Safety. (July 25-29, l965).
F 7: National Institute of Health (1965).
Correspondence. Re; respect to scientific research and research administration which are contained in the Wooldridge Report.
F 8: National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: rural electric financing problems.
b. Pamphlet. National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. "Rural Electric Financing Study." (July, l965).
c. Press release. National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Re: the loan program of the Rural Electrification Administration. (August 8, l965).
F 9: National Safety Zone and Speed Control Plan (1965).
b. Proposal. Nicholas Demetry. Re: speed limit.
c. Booklet. Re: l8th National Student Congress.
F 10: National Student Congress (1965).
F 11: Natural Gas (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: the finding of new gas supplies.
b. Article (reprint). "The Permian Decision." Forbes. (August 15, l965).
c. Pamphlet (reprint). "The Nation's Natural Gas Supply `None So Blind'" by H. K. Hudson and R. L. Howard. Public Utilities Fortnightly. (July, l965).
F 12: Office Calls, Schedules, Memos (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Adam C. Powell.
F 13A: Office: Correspondence and Memos (1965).
F 13B: Office (District): Correspondence and Memos (1965).
F 14: Oil (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma Petroleum Industry. Correspondents include John M. Murphy.
b. Brochure. Asphalt Refiners Association. "Economic Facts About Asphalt Highways in Petroleum - Producing Oklahoma."
c. Press release. Humble Oil and Refining Company. Re: the expenditure of $29 million during l965 by Humble Oil and Refining Company in the Oklahoma City Area. (April 1, l965).
d. Article by Walter Sanford Ross. "Gasoline: The Beast For your Tank." Congressional Record. (March 11, l965).
e. Proposal. The Standard Oil company. "Base the Oil Import Program on A Single Country - Wide Quota System." (n.d.).
f. Statement by Harold S. Skinner on behalf of Continental Oil company. Re: the Mandatory Oil Import Control Program. (March l0, l965).
g. Article (reprint). Phillips Petroleum: Laying the Groundwork." Forbes. (February 1, l965).
h. Proposal. Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association. Re: changes in the mandatory oil import program.
F 15: Oklahoma Congressional Delegation (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: courtesy automobile tags. Correspondents include Henry Bellmon and Mike Monroney.
b. Directory. Re: List of Oklahoma Congressional Delegation, Staff members and press.
c. Newspaper clipping. "Having Second Thoughts." Tulsa World. (October 10, l965).
d. Newspaper page. Tulsa World. Re: cartoon regarding President Lyndon B. Johnson's strong political control. (August 16, l965).
F 16: Oklahoma Department of Mines (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: mining safety record.
b. Summary report. Ward Padgett, Chief Mine Inspector: Department of Mines. Re: Mine Activities in l964.
F 17: Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: Proposed game management plan at Fort Gibson.
b. Proposal. Department of Wildlife of Conservation. Re: Ten Year upland Game Management Plan for Flat Rock Area on Ft. Gibson Reservoir. (March 2, l965).
F 18: Oklahoma: Education (1965).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include E. T. Dunlap, Raymond Gary, and Mike Monroney.
b. Press releases. Re: Oklahoma National Educational Association.
F 19: Oklahoma: General, A-B (1965).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Page Belcher and Henry Bellmon.
b. Newsletter Indian Printing and Publishing Campaign "The Democrat." (July, l965).
c. Press release. Carl Albert. Re: Oklahoma Baptist University's Tuneclippers. (n.d.).
d. Magazine. Drumbeat. (February, l965).
e. Telephone directory. Re: names and numbers of Oklahoma Newspapers Radio and TV.
f. Bulletin. Re: Advent Christian Church. (August 1, l965).
g. Pamphlet. Cuna International, Inc. "The Big Issues in `65!': Legislative Issues of Concern to U.S. Credit Unions."
h. Newspaper clippings. Enid Morning News. Re: crime in America.
i. Newspaper page. "Can Congress In Good Conscience Repeal the Workers' Right to Work?" Belle Glade Herald. (May l3, l965).
F 20: Oklahoma: General, C-E (1965).
b. Newspaper clipping. "Carl Albert's Logic." Tulsa Tribune. (August 9, l965).
c. Newspaper page. "Building Bartlesville and Oklahoma." Sunday Examiner-Enterprise. Re: photo of Albert. (May 2, l965).
F 21: Oklahoma: General, G-J (1965).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include William H. Hale.
b. Editorial (reprint) by Edith Kermit Roosevelt. "Our Yes-Men Congressmen." Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. (April 25, l965).
c. Newspaper clipping. "New City Art Chief Chosen." Daily Oklahoman. (January l9, l965).
d. Report. Re: review visit to Langston University. (April 12-14, l965).
e. House Journal. Re: Thirtieth Legislature of the State of Oklahoma. (May 12, l965).
f. Speech. Jame L. Dennis, M.D. "Project Responsibility." Re: American medicine. (February 2, l965).
g. Booklet. American Forest Products Industries, Inc. "Government Land Acquisition: A Summary of Land Acquistion by Federal State and Local Governments up to l964."
h. Newspaper clippings. "Langston President Typifies Drive of State Negroes" and "Services Commemorate Langston's 68th Anniversary. Daily Oklahoman. (March 14-15, l965).
i. Newspaper clipping. "Adjutant General Kenney Resign After 45 Years." Durant Democrat. (February 24, l965).
F 22: Oklahoma: General, L-P (1965).
b. Newspaper clipping. "State Picks Mother of Year." (n.d.;n.s.).
c. Newsletter. Technology Uses Studies Center. "The TUSC News." (February, l965).
d. Press release. Oklahoma Aeronautics. Re: State and grants to municipalities for airport development. (Municipality projects listed). (n.d.).
e. List. Re: Out of State Student at Oklahoma State Tech during the fall Semester l965.
f. Newspaper clippings. Re: photographs of Carl Albert in the l965 Oklahoma Cherry Blossom Princess, Judith Fullerton. Clippings from Daily Oklahoman and Tulsa World. (April 9-10, l965).
F 23: Oklahoma: General, R-Z (1965).
b. Editorial by John Redwine II. Spiro Graphic. Re; Spiro, Oklahoma.
c. Program. Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce. "Federal Contract Clinic." (May 22, l965).
d. Newspaper clippings. Re: welfare recipients. (n.d;n.s.).
e. Brochure. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. "Telephone Talk."
f. Map. Re; Haskell-Latimer and LeFlore Counties Oklahoma.
g. Map. Re: SCEC System Map Electric Products and Transmission Facilities.
F 24: Oklahoma: General (1965).
a. Newspaper. Oklahoma PEP. Re: the l965 Oklahoma State Fair. (November, l964).
b. Press release. International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association. "20 Toll Roads Report Fatality-Free Weekend." (July 6, l965).
c. Newspaper. Oklahoma PEP. (November, l965).
d. Press release. Herbert J. Farber Associates. "Exports of Oklahoma Products Exceed $64 Million Level." (n.d.).
e. Report. Office of Education. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Re: approval of supplemental grants for institution participating in the college work-study program. (September 30, l965).
f. Press release. Phillips Petroleum company. Re: over $300 million annually to Oklahoma's Economy by Phillips Petroleum. (March 26, l965).
g. Newsletter. The Governor's Committee on employment of the Handicapped. (April, l965).
h. Newspaper clipping. "Adm. Raborn Back in Public Service as C.I.A. Head." Tulsa World. (April 18, l965).
i. Newspaper clipping. "VFW To Honor National Chief." (April 8, l965).
j. Scoring report. Oklahoma State Nursing Home Association, Inc. Re: Nursing Home Classification.
k. Booklet. "Final Event of the Civil War Centennial: The Surrender of Brigadier General Stand Watie."
F 25: Oklahoma: Highways (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: recommendation for Raymond D. Price for employment with the Highway Department.
b. Booklet. Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. "Annual Report to the Governor." (December, l964).
F 26: Oklahoma: Independent Petroleum Association (1965).
Report. Colonial Royalties Company. Re: Legislative Activity of the Oklahoma State Legislature. (August l9, l965).
F 27: Oklahoma: Legislature (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: Senate Concurrent Resolutions.
b. Resolution No. 74. Oklahoma Senate. Re: support of the location in Oklahoma of the National Accelerator Laboratory for Research in High Energy Physics. (June 1, l965).
c. Resolution No. 26. Oklahoma Senate. Re: support of the Oklahoma Legislature to the Congress of the United States for the enactment of legislation for the Ozarka Regional Development Program. (March 11, l965).
F 28: Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: Oklahoma Rivers.
b. Information. Re: the Illinois River Barren Fork Creek, Pennington Creed, and Blue River In Support of a proposal to have them included in the Wild River Acts for Study. (April 20, l965).
c. Memorandum. Re: S l446 - The Wild Rivers Bill. (April l5, l965).
d. Bill. S. l446. U. S. Senate. Re: "Wild Rivers Act." (March 8, l965).
F 29: Oklahoma Politics (1965).
b. Newspaper clippings from Stillwater News Press, Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City Times, Oklahoma Journal Roll Call, and Guthrie Daily Leader).
c. Newspaper page. "Indian Leaders Told Poverty War Being Won." McAlester News-Capital. (April l4, l965).
F 30: Oklahoma Reclamation Association. (1965).
F 31: Oklahoma: Redistricting (1965).
b. Newspaper clippings from Oklahoma City Times and Daily Oklahoman.
F 32: Oklahoma Rehabilitation Center (l965).
a. List. Re: Board of Directors of the Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. (January l8, l965).
b. List. Re: Professional Advisory Staff of the Oklahoma Rehabilitation Center.
c. Booklet. The Foundation For Senior Citizens, Inc. "Oklahoma Rehabilitation Center: An Urgent Need For Oklahoma."
d. Folder. Senior Citizen, Inc. Village. Re: Housing for Senior Citizens.
e. Proposal. Re: Establishment of a demonstration and teaching center for a multi-disciplined approach to rehabilitation.
F 33: Oklahoma: State Highway Commission (1965).
Correspondence. Re: special legislation to provide Federal funds for Construction of the proposed access road from U.S. 69 South of Onapa across Onapa Cove to Fountainhead State Park and Lodge.
F 34: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: University of Oklahoma Medical Center.
b. Book. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Medical Education In Oklahoma. (June, l965).
F 35: Oklahoma State Society (1965).
F 36: Oklahoma State Technology (1965).
b. Report. United States Department of the Interior. "Statistical Analysis of Students Enrolled at Oklahoma State Tech, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, Under the Adult vocational Training Program, Public Law 959."
c. Information File.
d. Booklet. "Oklahoma State Tech: Inventory [of] Instructional Equipment Physical Plant, Personal." (November 1, l965).
e. Folder. Oklahoma State Tech. "Residential Vocational School."
F 37: Oklahoma State University (1965).
a. Correspondence. Correspondents include Fred Harris.
b. Information. Cooperative Extension Service. Oklahoma State University. Re: factor affecting low income families in Oklahoma.
c. Proposals. Re: the purposes of the Democratic Youth of Oklahoma.
d. Statement. Re: program and activities of the Fort Reno Live Stock Research Station. (January 28, l965).
e. Article. "Poole Named Business Dean By Regents." Oklahoma State Alumnus Magazine. (June-July, l965).
f. Press release. Division of Public Information Oklahoma State University. Re: technical assistance to an overseas nation. (n.d.).
g. Statement. Wayne W. Miller, Director Oklahoma State Tech. Re: vocational education. (n.d.).
h. Article. "Class Notes: Governor Bellmon to Deliver Address at Commencement." Oklahoma State Alumnus Magazine. (May, l965).
F 38: Oratorical Contest (1965).
F 39: Ozark Frontier Trail (1965).
Book. Adventures Along... The Ozark Frontier Trail. Re: places to see in the Ozarks. (Map included).
F 40: Personal, A-E (l965).
Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include David Boren, Mae Boren Axton, and Frank W. Boykin.
F 41: Personal, F-J (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Benton Ferguson.
b. Newspaper clipping. "Bitter G. Is Fight War on Poverty-Theirs." Detroit News. (July 4, l9645).
c. Memorandum. Committee on Veterans' Affairs. "Benefits Available to Veterans Serving in South Vietnam."
d. Brochure. "The Space-Age Pearl Harbor We Won't Survive" by Hal Pinter. Re: relations with Russia and China.
e. Brochures. Re: Skyline Country Club in Tucson, Arizona.
f. Resolution. Carter Love-Marshall Counties Medical Society. Re: Dr. L. R. Sutton.
g. Oklahoma flag ribbon given to Carl Albert by Mrs. Henry S. Johnston.
F 42: Personal, K-O (1965).
a. Correspondence. Re: various topics. Correspondents include Robert S. Kerr, Jr, William G. Kerr, and Armin H. Meyer.
b. Newspaper clipping. Re: Albert and Velma Jones as winner of the Dad's Cup in l931.
c. Newspaper clipping. "Time Cover Familiar to Employees." Marathon Messenger. (February, l965).
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