CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

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Box 23: Eighty-Fourth Congress:  Interior and Insular Affairs - Judiciary, Committee on the

F 1: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Electric Power Rates (H. R. 9721).

Correspondence re H. R. 9721 ["Relating to rates charged to public bodies and cooperatives for electric power generated at Federal projects" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma)].

F 2: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (19 ).  Electric Power Rates (S. 3338).

a. S. 3338:  "Relating to rates charged to public bodies and cooperatives for electric power generated at Federal projects" (Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Price Daniel - Texas; Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. - Missouri; Stuart Symington - Missouri; Francis Case - South Dakota; Allen J.  Ellender - Louisiana; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; John L. McClellan - Arkansas; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Albert Gore - Tennessee; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon.

b. House Report 2788 (S. 3338):  "Relating to Rates Charged to Public Bodies and Cooperatives for Electric Power Generated at Federal Projects."

c. Remarks:  CA, re S. 3338.  Two separate statements.

F 3: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Five Civilized Tribes.

a. Correspondence re legislation relative to extending restrictions for members of the Five Civilized Tribes; Resolution.

b. Enrolled Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20:  Oklahoma State Legislature:  "Memorializing the United States Secretary of the Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs to permit the people of the Five Civilized Tribes to have a voice in the selection of their tribal governor or chief."  (By Cartwright - Senate; Belvin - House).

F 4: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955-1956).  Five Civilized Tribes:  Restrictions.

a. Correspondence re legislation relative to extending restrictions for members of the Five Civilized Tribes; Resolution.

b. Enrolled House Concurrent Resolution No. 550:  Oklahoma State Legislature:  "Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation extending the period of restrictions on land belonging to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma, and for other purposes."  (By Pitcher, Belvin - House; McSpadden, Dendy - Senate).

F 5: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Five Civilized Tribes:  Restriction (H. R. 237).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 237.

b. H. R. 237:  "Relative to restrictions applicable to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma."  (Carl Albert).*

F 6: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Five Civilized Tribes:  Restrictions (H. R. 6303).

Correspondence re H. R. 6306 ["To extend the period of restrictions on lands belonging to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, and for other purposes" (Tom Steed - Oklahoma)].

F 7: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Five Civilized Tribes:  Restrictions (H. R. 7218).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 7218.

b. H. R. 7218:  "To extend the period of restrictions on lands belonging to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, and for other purposes" (Tom Steed - Oklahoma).

c. House Report 1185 (H. R. 7218):  "Extending the Period of Restrictions on Lands Belonging to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma."*

F 8: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955-1956).  Five Civilized Tribes:  Restriction (S. 2198).

a. Correspondence re S. 2198.

b. S. 2198:  "To extend the period of restrictions on lands belonging to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma, and for other purposes" (Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma).*

c. Senate Report 845 (S. 2198):  "Extending the Period of Restrictions on Lands Belonging to Indians of the Five Civilized Tribes in Oklahoma."*

F 9: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Hawaiian Land Transfer (H. R. 6024).

H. R. 6024:  "To withdraw and restore to its previous status under the control of the territory of Hawaii certain land at Kaakaukukui, Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii" (Mrs. Joseph R. Farrington - Hawaii).

F 10: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Hell's Canyon (H. R. 4719).

Correspondence re H. R. 4719 ["To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Hell's Canyon Dam on the Snake River between Idaho and Oregon, and for related purposes" (Gracie Pfost - Idaho).

F 11: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Horseshoe Bend Park (H. R. 288).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 28; booklet.

b. H. R. 288:  "To provide for the establishment of the Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, in the State of Alabama" (Albert Rains - Alabama).

c. Booklet:  "Battle of Horseshoe Bend in Tallapoosa County, Alabama."

F 12: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955-1956).  Indian Affairs.

a. Correspondence re legislation to grant free hunting licenses and freedom of cotton and peanut acreage allotment to Chickasaws and Choctaws; legislation to assist Indians in making loans to build homes and businesses; legislation extending land restrictions; the "free the Indians" program; public concern of problems relative to mineral rights; newspaper articles.

b. Newspaper Article:  "'Free Indians' Study Slated This Month."

c. Newspaper Article:  Bob Goddard:  "In Our Town."

F 13: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955-1956).  Indian Affairs:  Jurisdiction (S. 51).

a. Correspondence re S. 51.

b. S. 51:  "To amend the act entitled 'To confer jurisdiction on the States of California, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oregon, and Wisconsin, with respect to criminal offenses and civil causes of action committed or arising on Indian reservations within such States, and for other purposes" (James E. Murray - Montana).

c. Senate Report 357 (S. 51):  "Amending the Act Entitled 'To Confer Jurisdiction on the States of California, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oregon, and Wisconsin, with Respect to Criminal Offenses and Civil Causes of Action Committed or Arising on Indian Reservations within Such States.'"

F 14: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Affairs:  Legislative Proposals.

a. Correspondence re Proposed legislation "To provide for the management and disposition of certain public domain lands in the State of Oklahoma;" a 10-point legislative program concerning Indian welfare; the position of the Inter-Tribal council of the Five Civilized Tribes on H. R. 7772, and H. R. 6218.

b. Report re Indian Legislation.

F 15: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Affairs:  Supervision.

a. Correspondence re legislation to terminate the supervision of the United States government over certain Indian American tribes; resolution.

b. Enrolled House Concurrent Resolution No. 509:  Oklahoma State Legislature:  "Expressing the consensus of the twenty-fifth legislature concerning Indian affairs; requesting the Federal Government to continue its obligations and responsibilities to the Indian people; requesting that the Congress on the United States enact no termination bills transferring responsibilities to state governments without the express approval of Indian Tribal Councils affected" (Tinker, Belvin, Sweeney, Shoemake, Stewart, Fesperman, Rogers, Levergood, and Stevens).

F 16: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Claims Commission.

Correspondence re legislation to extend the Indian Claims Commission Act.

F 17: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Claims Commission (H. R. 238).

H. R. 238:  "To extend the time within which claims may be presented to the Indian Claims Commission" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 18: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Claims Commission (H. R. 5313).

Correspondence re H. R. 5313 ["Continuing the Indian Claims Commission to April 10, 1962" (Lee Metcalf - Montana)].

F 19: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Claims Commission (H. R. 5566).

Correspondence re H. R. 5566 ["To terminate the existence of the Indian Claims Commission, and for other purposes" (James A. Haley - Florida)].

F 20: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Education.

Correspondence re public opposition to proposed transfer of the Indian Service Extension Department to the State Extension Service.

F 21: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Education (H. R. 8484).

H. R. 8484:  "To assist the several states in providing scholarships to enable high school graduates of Indian blood pursue their education at colleges and universities" (Lee Metcalf - Montana).*

F 22: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Employment (S. 3416).

a. Correspondence re S. 3416.

b. S. 3416:  "Relative to employment for certain adult Indians on or near Indian reservations" (Milton R.  Young - North Dakota; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota; Barry M. Goldwater - Arizona).*

c. Senate Report 2664 (S. 3416):  "Relative to Employment for Certain Adult Indians on or Near Indian Reservations."

F 23: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (19 ).  Indian Health (H. R. 9150/H. R. 9209/S. 3112).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 9150; H. R. 9209.

b. H. R. 9150:  "To provide domestic and community sanitation facilities and services for Indians, and for other purposes" (Stewart L. Udall - Arizona).

c. H. R. 9209:  "To provide domestic and community sanitation facilities and services for Indians, and for other purposes" (Walter H. Judd - Minnesota).

d. S. 3112:  "To provide domestic and community sanitation facilities and services for Indians, and for other purposes" (Arthur V. Watkins - Utah).

F 24: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Lands.

a. Newspaper articles:

1. "Indian Land Sale Is Eased by U. S."

2. "Indians' Land Bill Introduced."

3. "Indian Leaders Ask Continued Land Restriction" (Allan Cromley).

b. Remarks:  Lee Metcalf (Montana):  "Decision of Court of Claims with reference to Indian Lands."  Congressional Record.

F 25: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Lands (H. R. 506/H. R. 3917/S. 1907).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 506; H. R. 3917; S. 1907.

b. H. R. 506:  "To declare that the United States holds certain lands in trust for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of the Standing Rock Reservation in North and South Dakota" (Usher L. Burdick - North Dakota).

c. H. R. 3917:  "To declare that the United States holds certain lands in trust for the Blackfeet Indian Tribe of Montana" (Lee Metcalf - Montana).

d. S. 1907:  "To provide that the United States hold in trust for the Pueblos of Zia and Jemez a part of the Ojo del Espiritu Santo Grant and a small area of public domain adjacent thereto" (Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico).

F 26: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Leases (H. R. 7157).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 7157.

b. H. R. 7157:  "Providing for the leasing by Indian owners of restricted Indian lands" (Stewart L. Udall - Arizona).

F 27: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Indian Leases (S. 34).

a. Correspondence re S. 34.

b. S. 34:  "Providing for the leasing by Indian owners of restricted Indian lands in the State of Arizona for certain purposes" (Barry M. Goldwater - Arizona).*

c. Senate Report 375 (S. 34):  "Providing for the Leasing by Indian Owners of Restricted Indian Lands in the State of Arizona."

d. Conference Report 1562 (S. 34):  "Authorizing the Leasing of Restricted Indian Lands for Public, Religious, Educational, Recreational, Residential, Business, and Other Purposes Requiring the Grant of Longterm Leases."

F 28: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Memorial (S. J. Res. 71).

Correspondence re S. J. Res. 71 ["To commend the foundation known as the Memorial to the American Indian Foundation for its project to establish a permanent memorial in honor of the North American Indians" (Dennis Chavez - New Mexico).

F 29: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955-1956).  Indian Rehabilitation.

Correspondence re proposal for a Rehabilitation Loan Bill for at least $10,000,000 for the purpose of making loans to members of the Five Civilized Tribes, as well as other suggestions for Indian Rehabilitation.

F 30: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1935).  Indian Rehabilitation (H. R. 239).

H. R. 239:  "To promote the rehabilitation of the Five Civilized Tribes and other Indians of eastern Oklahoma, and for other purposes" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 31: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Indian Vocational Training (H. R. 9466/H. R. 9904/ H. R. 10086).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 9466; H. R. 9904: H. R.  10086.

b. H. R. 9466:  "To provide vocational training for adult Indians" (E. Y. Berry - South Dakota).

c. H. R. 9904:  "To provide vocational training for adult Indians" (Ed Edmondson).

d. H. R. 10086:  "To provide vocational training for adult Indians" (Stewart L. Udall - Arizona).

[H. R. 9466:  See also Folder 25 above (Indian Lands, H. R. 506).]

F 32: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Menominee Indians (H. R. 9280).

Correspondence re H. R. 9280 ["To provide for the formulation of a plan for control of the property of the Menominee Indian Tribe, and for other purposes" (Henry S. Reuss - Wisconsin)].

F 33: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Minerals (H. R. 2678/S. 680).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2678; S. 680.

b. H. R. 2678:  "To provide for granting to the several states the minerals and mineral rights subject to disposition under the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920 on the condition that the income from such minerals and mineral rights be used for public-school purposes, and for other purposes" (E. Keith Thomson - Wyoming).

c. S. 680:  "To provide for granting to the several states the minerals and mineral rights subject to disposition under the Mineral Leasing Act of 1920 on the condition that the income from such minerals and mineral rights be used for public purpose, and for other purposes" (Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming).

F 34: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Mineral Stockpiling.

Correspondence re legislation pertaining to the Minerals Stockpiling Bill (P. L. 733).

F 35: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Mineral Stockpiling (S. 3982).

Correspondence re S. 3982 ["To provide for the maintenance of production of tungsten, asbestos, fluorspar, and columbium-tantalum in the United States, its territories, and possessions, and for other purposes" (James E. Murray - Montana; Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming; Alan Bible - Nevada; Mike Mansfield - Montana; W. Kerr Scott - North Carolina; Thomas E. Martin - Iowa; Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; William Langer - North Dakota; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Karl E.  Mundt - South Dakota; Gordon Allott - Colorado; Eugene D. Millikin - Colorado; Wallace F. Bennett - Utah).

F 36: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  National Cemetery (H. R. 11474).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 11474; H. R. 5896.

b. H. R. 11474:  "To provide for a national cemetery at Fort Towson, Oklahoma" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

c. H. R. 5896:  "To provide for a national cemetery at Fort Custer, Michigan" (August E. Johansen - Michigan).

F 37: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Oklahoma Land Conveyance (H. R. 3741).

H. R. 3741:  "To provide for the conveyance of certain land to Haileyville School District No. 11 at Haileyville, Oklahoma, and for other purposes" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 38: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Oklahoma Public Lands (H. R. 4001).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4001 for the transfer of former Choctaw-Chickasaw land to Eastern Oklahoma A & M College. Correspondents include E. T. Dunlop, president of the college, and Ed Edmondson.

b. H. R. 4001:  "To provide for the management and disposition of certain public domain lands in the State of Oklahoma" (Clair Engle - California).*

F 39: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1954-1956).  Osage.

a. Correspondence re Legislation authorizing condemnation of ten acres of land belonging to the Osage Tribe; legislation extending the mineral period of the Osage Tribe beyond April 8, 1983; newspaper article; booklet [below].

b. Newspaper Article:  "Osages Tell Why They Like Uncle's Apron Strings."

c. Booklet:  "Brief and Argument on Right of Osage Allottees and Purchasers of Land Under the Osage Allotment Bill, after the Expiration of the Present Mineral Trust."

F 40: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Osage Elections (H. R. 6976).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6976.

b. H. R. 6976:  "Relating to the affairs of the Osage Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma" (Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma).

F 41: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Ottawa/Peoria/Wyandotte Indians.

Note re Legislation terminating federal supervision over the Ottawa, Peoria, and Wyandotte Indians.

F 42: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Public Lands (H. R. 12185).

Correspondence re H. R. 12185 ["To provide that withdrawals or reservations of more than five thousand acres of public lands of the United States for certain purposes shall not become effective until approved by Act of Congress" (Clair Engle - California)].

F 43: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Public Lands (S. 3444).

a. Correspondence re S. 4444; article.

b. S. 3444:  "To provide for the establishment of Federal-State Land Study Commissions in the several states" (Russell B. Long - Louisiana).

c. Article:  Felix Morley:  "The State of the Nation."

F 44: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Reclamation Projects.

Correspondence re U. S. Bureau of Reclamation irrigation projects.

F 45: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Red River Compact (H. R. 5242).

H. R. 5242:  "Granting the consent of Congress to the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas to negotiate and enter into a compact relating to their interests in, and the apportionment of, the waters of the Red River and its tributaries" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 46: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Southwest Power Administration.

a. Correspondence re questions submitted to Doug Wright by Congressman Christopher; policy of Bureaus in re-allocating the proportion of the costs of dams chargeable to power; agreement of a thirty-day extension; submission to Federal Power Commission new rate for S.P.A. power; hearings relative to the proposed increase in electric rates by the S.P.A.

b. Statement:  T. E. Bostick, re Southwestern Power Administration.

c. Statement:  Henry W. Blalock, Sr., re Southwestern Power Administration - In Rebuttal to the Testimony of Assistant Secretary, Fred G. Aandahl.

F 47: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1956).  Southwest Power Administration.

a. Correspondence re statements.

b. Statement:  Clyde T. Ellis, re Support of S. 3338.

c. Statement:  Doyle Pope, re Southwestern Power Administration.

d. Statement:  Ancel Simpson, re Southwestern Power Administration.

F 48: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Washington Booker T., Monument (H. R. 6904).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6904.

b. H. R. 6904:  "To provide for the establishment of the Booker T. Washington National Monument" (Clair Engle - California).*

F 49: Interior and Insular Affairs, Committee on (1955).  Washita Project (S. 180).

a. Correspondence re S. 180; newspaper articles.

b. S. 180:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the Washita River Reclamation project, Oklahoma "(Robert S.  Kerr - Oklahoma); A. S. Mike Monroney - Oklahoma).

c. Newspaper Articles:

1. "Senate Approves Washita Program."

2. "Report from Washington" (Allen Cromley).

3. "Washita Valley Project Again Runs Into Snag."

F 50: Internal Revenue Taxation, Joint Committee on (1956).  Liquor Stamps.

Correspondence re issuance of Federal retail liquor stamps.

F 51: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Airports (H. R. 6260/S. 1855).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6260; S. 1855.

b. H. R. 6260:  "To amend the Federal Airport Act, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. S. 1855:  "To amend the Federal Airport Act, as amended" (Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; George A. Smathers - Florida; Alan Bible - Nevada; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina).

F 52: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Alcoholic Beverages.

Correspondence re advertising of beer; proposed local option matter; legislation on the service of alcoholic beverages on air lines.

F 53: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Alcoholic Beverages (H. R. 4627/S. 923).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4627; S. 923.

b. H. R. 4627:  "To prohibit the transportation in interstate commerce of advertisements of alcoholic beverages, and for other purposes" (Eugene Siler - Kentucky).

c. S. 923:  "To prohibit the transportation in interstate commerce of advertisements of alcoholic beverages, and for other purposes" ( William Langer - North Dakota).

F 54: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Alcoholic Beverages (H. R. 7922).

Correspondence re H. R. 7922 ["To prohibit the serving of alcoholic beverages to passengers on aircraft in flight" (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts)].

F 55: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Alcoholic Beverages (H. R. 8000/S. 2979/S. 3034).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8000; S. 2979; S. 3034.

b. H. R. 8000:  "To amend section 610 of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938 to prohibit the serving of alcoholic beverages to airline passengers while in flight" (John Bell Williams - Mississippi).

c. S. 2979:  "To prevent the consumption of alcoholic beverages aboard aircraft engaged in the air transportation of passengers" (William Langer - North Dakota).

d. S. 3039:  "To prevent the consumption of alcoholic beverages aboard aircraft used in air commerce and military aircraft" (Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon).

F 56: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Automatic Radio (H. R. 4090).

Correspondence re H. R. 4090: ["To amend part II of title III of the Communications Act of 1934, so as to require the installation of an automatic radiotelegraph call selector on cargo ships of the United States carrying less that two radio operators, and for other purposes" (John W. McCormack - Massachusetts)].



F 57: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Civil Aeronautics Act (H. R. 2225/S. 551).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2225; S. 651.

b. H. R. 2225:  "To amend section 401 (e) (2) of the Civil Aeronautics Act, as amended" (John Bell Williams - Mississippi).*

c. S. 651:  "To amend section 401 (e) (2) of the Civil Aeronautics Act, as amended" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 58: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Civil Aeronautics Act (H. R. 8902).

Correspondence re H. R. 8902 ["To amend subsection 406 (b) of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas)].

F 59: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  District of Columbia Transit (H. R. 890/H. R. 10871/ S. 3073).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8901; H. R. 10871; S. 3073.

b. H. R. 8901:  "To provide for an adequate and economically sound transportation system of systems to serve the District of Columbia and its environs; to create and establish a public body corporate with powers to carry out the provisions of this act; and for other purposes" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. H. R. 10871:  "To provide for and adequate and economically sound transportation system or systems to serve the District of Columbia and its environs, and for other purposes" (John W. Hesselton - Massachusetts).

d. S. 3073:  "To provide for an adequate and economically sound transportation system of systems to serve the District of Columbia and its environs; to create and establish a public body corporate with powers to carry out the provisions of this act; and for other purposes" (Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia).

F 60: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Energy.

Report:  James C. Hagerty (Press Secretary to the President), re Energy Supplies and Resources Policy.

F 61: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955-56).

a. Correspondence re increase in freight rates; report.

b. Report:  Murray Snyder (Assistant Press Secretary to the President):  "Revision of Federal Transportation Policy."

F 62: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955- 1956).  General/Miscellaneous.

Correspondence re proposals on Health, Education, and Welfare; legislation on the World Health Organization's program; problem affecting the Automobile Dealers Association.

F 63: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Interstate Commerce (H. R. 525).

Correspondence re H. R. 525 ["To amend section 22 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, and for other purposes" (Carl Hinshaw - California)].

F 64: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Interstate Commerce (S. 3365).

Correspondence re S. 3365 ["To amend section 410 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, to change the requirements for obtaining a freight forwarder permit" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington)].

F 65: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Interstate Commerce:  Railroads (H. R. 6141/H. R. 6142/ S. 1920.  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence (A - E) re H. R. 6141; H. R. 6142; S. 1920.

b. H. R. 6141:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to provide for a stronger national transportation industry, and for other purposes" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee).

c. H. R. 6142:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to provide for a stronger national transportation industry, and for other purposes" (Charles A. Wolverton - New Jersey).

d. S. 1920:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to provide for a stronger national transportation industry, and for other purposes" (George A. Smathers - Florida; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; John W. Bricker - Ohio).

F 66: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Interstate Commerce:  Railroads (H. R. 6141/H. R. 6142/ S. 1920.  Correspondence.

Correspondence (F - M) re H. R. 6141; H. R. 6142; and S. 1920. 

F 67: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (n.d.).  Interstate Commerce:  Railroads (H. R. 6141/H. R. 6142/ S.1920.  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence (P - Y) re H. R. 6141; H. R. 6142; and S. 1920. 

b. Leaflet:  William T. Faircy "The Right to Compete."

c. Leaflet:  "Why Not Let Competition Work ...?"

F 68: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Natural Gas.

a. Correspondence re legislation permitting the Federal Government to regulate the price or production of natural gas at the well-head; advertisement; resolutions

b. Resolution:  Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, re opposition to the Natural Gas Act.

c. Resolution:  Western Petroleum Refiners Association, re opposition to the Natural Gas Act.

d. Resolution:  Bixby Chamber of Commerce re opposition to the Natural Gas Act.

e. Senate Joint Memorial No. 7:  New Mexico Legislature:  "Memorializing the Congress of the United States to amend the Natural Gas Act."

f. Advertisement:  H. C. Price Company:  "An Adequate Supply of Natural Gas is Vital!"

g. Newspaper Articles:

1. "Are You For America?"

2. "The Bureaucrat's Dream" editorial.

i. Booklet:  "The Guaranty Survey."

F 69: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Natural Gas (H. R. 3703/H. R. 3902).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3703; H. R. 3902.

b. H. R. 3703:  "To provide that the provisions of the Natural Gas Act shall not apply to the sale of natural gas, as an incident of its production and gathering, by an independent producer not engaged in the interstate transmission of natural gas" (Walter Rogers - Texas).

c. H. R. 3902:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act" (Frank Ikard - Texas).

F 70: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Natural Gas Act (H. R. 4560).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4560; leaflets; booklet.

b. H. R. 4560:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. Leaflet:  "Federal Price-Fixing Means Less Natural Gas - Less Natural Gas Means Higher Prices."

d. Leaflet:  "17 Questions People Are Asking..."

e. Booklet:  "Natural Gas -- A Key Resource in Jeopardy."

F 71: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Natural Gas (H. R. 6645/S. 1853):  Data.

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6645; remarks; report.

b. H. R. 6645:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).*

c. Remarks:  Keith Thompson (Wyoming) re Harris Natural Gas Bill.

d. Report:  "Changes Made By the Council of Local Gas Companies' Blue Book - and the Facts."

e. S. 1853:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (J. William Fulbright - Arkansas).

f. House Report 992 (H. R. 6645):  "To Amend the Natural Gas Act, as Amended."

g. Partial list:  Pipe lines.

h. Newspaper Article:  "Natural Gas Bill Foes Assailed By Monroney."

i. Statement:  CA:  "The President's Veto of the Gas Bill."

j. Statement:  John W. Boatright:  "Consumer Interest in Natural Gas Competition." In support of S. 1853.  Booklet.

k. Presidential Message:  re:  H. R. 6645.

F 72: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Natural Gas. (H. R. 6645/S. 1853):  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence (A - G) re H. R. 6645; S. 1853; advertisement.

b. H. R. 6645:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. S. 1853:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (J. William Fulbright - Arkansas).

d. Advertisement:  "It isn't the price paid the producer that determines the size of your gas bill."

F 73: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955- 1956).  Natural Gas (H. R. 6645/S. 1853):  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence (H - O) re H. R. 6645; S. 1853; leaflets.

b. H. R. 6645:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. S. 1853:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended (J. William Fulbright - Arkansas).

d. Leaflet:  "What Price-Fixing of Natural Gas Means to You."

e. Leaflet:  "Natural Gas Production Is Not Monopolistic."

f. Leaflet:  "There is a Shortage of Natural Gas Now."

g. Leaflet:  "Cost of Gas vs. Cost of Gas Service."*

h. Leaflet:  "Protecting the Consumer Incentive or Compulsion?"

i. Leaflet:  "Natural Gas, Still America's Best Energy Bargain."

F 74: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955- 1956).  Natural Gas (H. R. 6645/S. 1853):  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence P - W) re H. R. 6645; S. 1853; newspaper articles; propaganda [below].

b. H. R. 6645:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. S. 1853:  "To amend the Natural Gas Act, as amended" (J. William Fulbright - Arkansas).

d. Newspaper Article:

1. "Quite a Markup."*

2. Marshall McNeil:  "It's Distribution That Ups Your as Bill/Producers Get Mere Fraction."*

e. Propaganda:  J. G. Puterbaugh:  "Grandfather Really Worked."

f. Propaganda:  "Spring in Arkansas."*

g. Propaganda:  Alex Posey:  "Arkansaw."*

h. Propaganda:  J. G. Puterbaugh:  "The Passing of the Hot Gun."*

F 75: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Nursing (H. J. Res. 485).

a. Correspondence re H. J. Res. 485; speech.

b. H. J. Res. 485:  "For the establishment of a Commission on Nursing Services" (Frances P. Bolton - Ohio).

c. Speech:  Frances P. Bolton (Ohio), re H. J.  Res. 485.

F 76: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Poultry Inspection (H. R. 8599/H. R. 9006/S. 3176).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8599; H. R. 9006.

b. H. R. 8599:  "To amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, so as to prohibit the movement in interstate or foreign commerce of unsound, unhealthy, diseased, unwholesome, or adulterated poultry or poultry products" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee).

c. H. R. 9006:  "To amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, so as to prohibit the movement in interstate or foreign commerce of unsound, unhealthy, diseased, unwholesome, or adulterated poultry or poultry products" (Don Hayworth - Michigan).

d. S. 3176:  "To amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, so as to prohibit the movement in interstate or foreign commerce of unsound, unhealthy, diseased, unwholesome, or adulterated poultry or poultry products" (James E. Murray - Montana; George H. Bender - Ohio; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Wayne Morse - Oregon; W. Kerr Scott - North Carolina).

F 77: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Radio/Television.

Correspondence re permission to rebroadcast W.K.Y.  transmission granted to K.V.S.O. - T.V.

F 78: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955- 1956).  Railroad Retirement.

Correspondence re legislation on annuities under the Railroad Retirement Act.

F 79: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 757/H. R. 3087).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 757; H. R. 3087.

b. H. R. 757:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act and the Social Security Act to eliminate those provisions which restrict the right of a spouse or survivor to receive benefits simultaneously under both acts" (Paul Cunningham - Iowa).

c. H. R. 3087:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 as amended, and for other purposes" (Charles F. Bennett - Florida).

F 80: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 858).

Correspondence re H. R. 858 ["To provide that railroad employees may retire on a full annuity at age sixty or after serving thirty years; to provide that such annuity for any month shall not be less than one-half of the individual's average monthly compensation for the five years of highest earnings; and for other purposes" (James E. Van Zandt - Pennsylvania).]

F 81: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1955).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 4744).

Correspondence re H. R. 4744 ["To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, as amended, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee).

F 82: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 9065).

Correspondence re H. R. 9065 ["To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide increases in benefits, and for other purposes" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 83: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Railroad Retirement (S. 3616/S. 3654).

a. Correspondence re S. 3616; S. 3654.

b. S. 3616:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide increases in benefits, special disability determinations for railroad employees, and for other purposes; and to amend the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Herbert H. Lehman - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; James E. Murray - Montana; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; George A. Smathers - Florida; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Mike Mansfield - Montana; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; William Langer - North Dakota; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. - Missouri; Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming; Earle C. Clements - Kentucky; Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin).

c. S. 3654:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide increases in benefits, and for other purposes" (George H. Bender - Ohio; Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Prescott Bush - Connecticut; Homer E. Capeheart; Norris Cotton - New Hampshire; Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; James O. Eastland - Mississippi; William Langer - North Dakota; Russell B. Long - Louisiana; Joseph R.  McCarthy - Wisconsin; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Charles E. Potter - Michigan; W. Kerr Scott - North Carolina; George A.  Smathers - Florida; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Milton R. Young - North Dakota).

F 84: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Textile Labeling (H. R. 9987).

Correspondence re H. R. 9987 ["To protect producers and consumers against misbranding and false advertising of the fiber content of textile fiber products, and for other purposes" (Frank E. Smith - Mississippi).]

F 85: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Traffic Safety.

Correspondence re proposal of a product called "Safety-Brake."

F 86: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956).  Trip Leasing (H. R. 3202/S. 898).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3203; S. 898.

b. H. R. 3203:  "To authorize construction of a highway crossing Lake Texoma, Red River, Texas, and Oklahoma" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

c. S. 898:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, with respect to the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission to regulate the use by motor carriers (under leases, contracts, or other arrangements) of motor vehicles not owned by them, in the furnishing of transportation of property" (George A. Smathers - Florida; Mike Monroney - Oklahoma).

[S. 898:  See also Folder 84 above (Textile Labels, H. R. 9987)]

F 87: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1956) War Claims (H. R. 6586).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6586; article.

b. H. R. 6586:  "To amend section seven of the War Claims Act of 1948, with respect to claims of certain religious organizations functioning in the Philippine Islands" (John W. McCormack - Massachusetts).

c. Article:  Pastor R. A. Long, Hagerman:  "Pastor Protests Bill to Aid Romanism."

F 88: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Administrative Code (H. R. 6114/S. 2541).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 6114; S. 2541; report; Resolution.

b. H. R. 6114:  "To improve legal procedures in the executive branch of the government through the enactment of an administrative code, and for other purposes" (Frank Thompson, Jr. - New Jersey).

c. S. 2541:  "To improve legal procedures in the executive branch of the government through the enactment of an administrative code, and for other purposes" (Joseph R. McCarthy - Wisconsin).

d. Report:  I.C.CPractitioners' Journal:  "Import of Proposed Administrative Code Upon Interstate Commerce Commission, Its Practice and Its Practitioners." 

e. Resolution:  Delta Nu Alpha Tulsa Oil Capital Charter, re H. R. 6114; S. 2541.

F 89: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Anti-trust amendments (H. R. 7096).

Correspondence re H. R. 7996 [For Freedom of Choice in Trade -- "To amend sections 3 and 4 of the Clayton Act to free those in commerce from restraints of trade and to allow small businessmen freedom of choice in the conduct of their respective businesses as independent enterprises" (James Roosevelt - California).]

F 90: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Anti-trust:  Automobile (H. R. 11360/H. R. 11500/S. 3879/S. 3946).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 11360; H. R. 11500; S. 3979; S. 3946; booklet; newsletter.

b. H. R. 11360:  "To supplement the anti-trust laws of the United States, in order to balance the power now heavily weighted in favor of automobile manufacturers, by enabling franchise automobile dealers to bring suit in the district courts of the United States to recover twofold damages sustained by reason of the failure of automobile manufacturers to act in good faith in complying with the terms of franchises or terminating or not renewing franchises with their dealers" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

c. H. R. 11500:  "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act, with respect to certain unfair methods of competition and certain unfair practices in the distribution of new motor vehicles in interstate commerce" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee).

d. S. 3879:  "To supplement and anti-trust laws of the United States, in order to balance the power now heavily weighted in favor of automobile dealers to bring suit in the district courts of the United States to recover compensatory damages sustained by reason of the failure of automobile manufacturers to act in good faith in complying with the terms of franchises with their dealers" (Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; William Langer - North Dakota; Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. - Missouri; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; Frederick G. Payne - Maine).

e. S. 3946:  "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act with respect to certain unfair methods of competition and certain unfair practices in the distribution of new motor vehicles in interstate commerce" (Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina; James H. Duff - Pennsylvania; Price Daniel - Texas; George A. Smathers - Florida; Alan Bible - Nevada; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island).

f. Booklet:  Ford Motor Company:  "A statement" re Monroney Bill; Potter Bill (S. 2929; Butler Bill (S. 3110); Kefauver Bill (S. 3494); and Bennett Bill (S. 3543).

g. N.A.D.A. Newsletter:  "Eleven Senators and Congressmen testify before Monroney subcommittee Ford and G. M. personnel to be asked about outside business and political interests; Georgia dealer tells Senate about small-town credit problems."

h. Senate Report 2073 (S. 3879):  "Automobile Dealers' Day in Court."

i. Statement:  CA, re H. R. 11360.*

F 91: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Bricker Amendment.

a. Correspondence re Bricker Amendment (S. J. Res. 1); H. J. Res. 33.

b. H. J. Res. 33:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to the making of treaties and executive agreements" (George A. Dondero - Michigan).

c. S. J. Res. 1:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, relating to the legal effect of certain treaties and other international agreements" (John W. Bricker - Ohio).

F 92: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Caudle, Lamar.

Correspondence re investigation of Lamar Caudle.

F 93: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Child Care/Adoption (H. R. 9347/S. 3021).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 9347; S. 3021.

b. H. R. 9347:  "To amend title 18, United States Code, to make unlawful certain practices in connection with the placing of minor children for permanent free care or for adoption" (Morgan M. Moulder - Missouri).

c. S. 3021; "To amend title 18, United States Code, to make unlawful certain practices in connection with the placing of minor children for permanent free care or for adoption" (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; William Langer - North Dakota; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota).

F 94: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Civil Rights (H. R. 627).

Correspondence re H. R. 627 ["To provide means of further securing and protecting the civil rights of persons within the jurisdiction of the United States" (Emanuel Celler - New York)].

F 95: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955-56).  Commercial Competition (H. J. Res. 123/H. J. Res. 246).

a. Correspondence re H. J. Res. 123; H. J. Res. 246.

b. H. J. Res. 123:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to prohibiting the United States Government from engaging in business in competition with its citizens" (Ralph W. Gwinn - New York).

c. H. J. Res. 246:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to prohibiting the United States Government from engaging in business in competition with its citizens and limiting debts and expenditures" (Ralph W. Gwinn - New York).

F 96: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Constitution Week (S. Con. Res. 40).

Correspondence re S. Con. Res. 40 ["To designate the period from September 17 through September 23 as Constitution Week" (William F. Knowland - California)].

F 97: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Construction Contacts (H. R. 7637/H. R. 7638/S. 1644).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 7637; H. R. 7638; S. 1644.

b. H. R. 7637:  "To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes" (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts).

c. H. R. 7638:  "To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes" (William E. Miller - New York).

d. S. 1644:  "To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes" (Harley M. Kilgore - West Virginia; George H. Bender - Ohio; John M. Butler - Maryland; Henry C. Dworshak - Idaho; J. William Fulbright - Arkansas; Hubert H.  Humphrey - Minnesota; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; William Langer - North Dakota; Herbert H. Lehman - New York; John L. McClellan - Arkansas; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Wayne Morse - Oregon; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon).

F 98: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955-1956).  De Cholnoky, Imre (H. R. 1264/H. J. Res. 554/S. 1240).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 1264; H. J. Res. 554; S. 1240.

b. H. R. 1264:  "For the relief of Imre de Cholnoky" (Albert P. Morano - Connecticut).

c. H. J. Res. 554:  "For the relief of certain aliens" Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

d. S. 1240:  "For the relief of Imre de Cholnoky" (Prescott Bush - Connecticut).

e. Remarks:  Francis E. Walter (Pennsylvania), re Immigration and Nationality Act

f. Memorandum re Imre de Cholnoky, Beneficiary of H. R. 1264.

F 99: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Educational Systems (H. R. 3769).

H. R. 3769:  "To prohibit the courts of the United States and all other Federal agencies from deciding or considering any matter drawing in question the administration by the several states of their respective educational systems" (E. L. Forrester - Georgia).

F 100: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Educational systems (S. J. Res. 137).

Correspondence re S. J. Res. 137 ["Exercising the power granted to Congress by section five of the Fourteenth amendment to the Constitution through a declaration that both public schools which are desegregated as to race, and public schools for the different races which are separate but equal, satisfy the requirements of such amendment" (A. Willis Robertson - Virginia; Olin D.  Johnston - South Carolina; Strom Thurmond - South Carolina; Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina; John L.  McClellan - Arkansas; Richard B. Russell - Georgia; Walter F. George - Georgia).

F 101: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Equal Rights Amendment.

a. Correspondence re Equal Rights Amendment.

b. Senate Document 74:  "Equal Rights Amendment" as well as "Questions and Answers on the Equal Rights Amendment."

c. Leaflet:  Irving Fisher:  "... Political Economist and Author Endorses the Equal Rights Amendment."

d. Leaflet:  "He Stood for Equal Laws `Labor's National Hero /Foresight of Samuel Gompers."

e. Booklet:  Nora Stanton Barney:  "Women as Human Beings."

f. Booklet:  "National Woman's Party" re:  History, Purpose, Program.

g. List:  Sponsors of Equal Rights Amendment.

h. Roll of Honor:  219 Sponsors of the Equal Rights Amendment.*

F 102: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Equal Rights Amendment (H. J. Res. 82/S. J. Res. 39).

a. Correspondence re H. J. Res. 82; S. J. Res. 39.

b. H. J. Res. 82:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women" (Katherine S. George - New York).

c. S. J. Res. 39:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women" (John M. Butler - Maryland; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; George H. Bender - Ohio; Frank Carlson - Kansas; Francis Case - South Dakota; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; James H. Duff - Pennsylvania; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont; Bourke B. Hickenlooper - Iowa; William E. Jenner - Indiana; William Langer - North Dakota; George W. Malone - Nevada; Thomas E. Martin - Iowa; Edward Martin - Pennsylvania; John L. McClellan - Arkansas; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Andrew F.  Schoeppel - Kansas; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine; Strom Thurmond - South Carolina; Charles E. Potter - Michigan; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Arthur V. Watkins - Utah; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Homer E. Capehart - Indiana; George A. Smathers - Florida; Styles Bridges - New Hampshire).

F 103: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Gambling (S. 1423).

Correspondence re S. 1423 ["To prohibit certain acts and transactions with respect to gambling materials" (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee).

F 104: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  General/Miscellaneous Correspondence.

Correspondence re Murray M. Chotiner's clients.



F 105: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Hatridge, Robert E.  (H. R. 2237).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2237.

b. H. R. 2237:  "For the relief of Robert E. Hatridge" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

c. H. R. 8055:  "For the relief of Robert E. Hatridge" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).  Eighty-third Congress.

F 106: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Hatridge, Robert E. (H. R. 2237).

Correspondence re H. R. 2237 ["For the relief of Robert E. Hatridge" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).]

F 107: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Immigration.

a. Correspondence re President's proposal to admit 5,000 Hungarians from Austria; legislation on the McCarran - Walter Act.

b. Leaflet:  "Wendell Wilkie Said It."

F 108: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Immigration (H. R. 6969).

Correspondence re H. R. 6969 ["To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to permit children adopted by United States citizens to be naturalized in certain cases without satisfying the residence and physical presence requirement" (Frances P. Bolton - Ohio)].

F 109: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  James, Hubert W.  (H. R. 8931).

Correspondence re H. R. 8931 ["For the relief of Hubert Wellington James" (Harold C. Ostertag - New York)].

F 110: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Judicial Annuities  (H. R. 6974).

Correspondence re H. R. 6974 ["To amend title 28, United States Code, and the act of May 29, 1930, to provide for the payment of annuities to widows and dependent children of judges" (Emanuel Celler - New York)].

F 111: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Jukeboxes (H. R.  4316/H. R. 6654/S. 590). 

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4316; H. R. 6654; S. 590.

b. H. R. 4316:  "Relating to the rendition of musical compositions on coin-operated machines" (Frank Thompson, Jr. - New Jersey).

c. H. R. 6654:  "Relating to the rendition of musical compositions on coin-operated machines" (James C. Murray - Illinois).

d. S. 590:  "Relating to the rendition of musical compositions on coin-operated machines" (Harley M. Kilgore - West Virginia; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Wayne Morse - Oregon; William Langer - North Dakota; Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming; Herbert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia).

F 112: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  National Transportation Week (H. J. Res. 675).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 675 ["Designating the period beginning October 27, 1956, and ending October 27 1956, as National Transportation Week" (J. Percy Priest - Tennessee)].

F 113: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  National Woman's Relief Corps (H. R. 2656).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2656; Statement.

b. H. R. 2656:  "To provide for the incorporation of the National Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, organized 1883, seventy- two years old" (John M. Robinson, Jr. - Kentucky).

c. Statement re facts of organization.

d. Leaflet:  "Activities and Services of the National Woman's Relief Corps."

F 114: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Oklahoma (S. 966).

S. 966:  "For the relief of the State of Oklahoma" (Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma).*

F 115: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Oklahoma flag (H. R. 9313).

H. R. 9313:  "To permit the official flag of the State of Oklahoma to be flown beneath the flag of the United States within the State of Oklahoma during the year of 1957" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

F 116: Judiciary, Committee on the (1955).  Patents and Trade- marks (H. R. 7416).

Correspondence re H. R. 7416 ["To fix the fees payable to the Patent Office, and for other purposes" (Emanuel Celler - New York)].

F 117: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  Refugee Act (S. 3570/S. 3753).

a. Correspondence re S. 3570; S. 3753.

b. S. 3570:  "To increase the number of visas authorized to be issued to eligible orphans under the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, and for other purposes" (William Langer - North Dakota).

c. S. 3753:  "To increase the number of visas authorized to be issued to eligible orphans under the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, and for other purposes" (Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon).

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