CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE FILES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 30

Box 31: Eighty-Fifth Congress:  Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Post Office and Civil Service

F 1: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1958).  Television.

a. Correspondence re speech; pay television; hearings on pay television.

b. Statement:  CA, re pay television.

c. Statement:  CA, re pay television.*

d. Statement:  CA:  "Opposition to Pay Television."*

e. Editorial:  "Whose Air?"

f. Clipping:  "Zenith Paints Rosy Picture for Cash-TV." 

F 2: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1958).  Television, Pay (H. R. 9629).

Correspondence re H. R. 9629 ["To amend the Communications Act of 1934, so as to prohibit the granting of authority to broadcast subscription television programs" (Joh V. Beamer - Indiana).

F 3: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1958).  Television (S. 2119).

S. 2119:  "To expedite the utilization of television facilities in our public schools and schools and colleges, and in adult-training programs" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 4: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Textile Labeling (H. R. 469/S. 1616).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 469 ["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)]; S. 1616 ["To protect producers and consumers against misbranding and false advertising of the fiber content of textile fiber products, and for other purposes" (Lister Hill - Alabama; A. S.  Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; John Stennis - Mississippi)]; bulletin [below].

b. Bulletin:  re:  H. R. 469; S. 1616.

F 5: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1957).  Traffic Safety.

Correspondence re recommendation on traffic safety; enactment of a federal law limiting the potential speed of all manufactured automotive vehicles.

F 6: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Transportation Bill (H. R. 12488/S. 3778/S. Res. 303).  Correspondence (A - G).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 12488 ["To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and for other purposes" (Emmett F. Byrne - Illinois)]; S. 3778; S. Res. 303 ["Providing for a study of transportation policies in the United States" (George A. Smathers - Florida)]; memorandum.

b. S. 3778:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and for other purposes" (George A. Smathers - Florida).

c. Memorandum:  "Recommendations of the Senate Subcommittee on Surface Transportation -- April 30, 1958."

F 7: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1958).  Transportation Bill (H. R. 12488/S. 3778/S. Res. 303).  Correspondence (H - W).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 12488 ["To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and for other purposes" (Emmett F. Byrne - Illinois)]; S. 3778 ["To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and for other purposes" (George Smathers - Florida)]; S. Res. 303 ["Providing for a study of transportation policies in the United States" (George A. Smathers - Florida)]; bulletin; memorandum.

b. Bulletin re S. 3778.

c. Memorandum re S. 3778 (recommendations).

F 8: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1958).  Transportation Bill (H. R. 12832).

Correspondence re H. R. 12832 ["To amend the Interstate Commerce Act so as to strengthen and improve the national transportational system, and for other purposes" (Oren Harris - Arkansas)].

F 9: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Administrative Practice (H. R. 261).

Correspondence re H. R. 261 ["To provide that each member of the bar of the highest court of a State or of a Federal court shall be eligible to practice before all administrative agencies" (Kenneth B. Keating - New York)].

F 10: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Administrative Practice (H. R. 3349/H. R. 3350/H. R. 7006/S. 932).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3349 ["To provide for the reorganization of administrative procedures and practices in Government operations for improving their economy and efficiency; to provide for the organization of machinery to coordinate and administer such procedures and related practices; and for other purposes" (William L. Dawson - Illinois)]; H. R. 3350 ["To provide for the reorganization of administrative procedures and practices in Government operations for improving their economy and efficiency; to provide for the organization of machinery to coordinate and administer such procedures and related practices; and for other purposes" (Dante B. Fascell - Florida)]; H. R. 7006 ["To provide for the reorganization of administrative procedures and practices in Government operations for improving their economy and efficiency; to provide for the organization of machinery to coordinate and administer such procedures and related practices; and for other purposes" (Earl Chudoff - Pennsylvania)]; S. 932 [ "To establish an Office of Federal Administrative Practice, to provide for the appointment and administration of a corps of hearing commissioners, to provide for admission to and control of practice, to establish a Legal Career Service for improvement of legal services in Government, and for other purposes" (Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. - Missouri; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin)]; resolution.

f. Resolution:  Muskogee County, Oklahoma, Bar Association re H. R. 3350; S. 932.

F 11: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Anti-trust (H. R. 11/S. 11).  Correspondence (B - M).

Correspondence re H. R. 11 ["(Declaration of purpose and policy) - To reaffirm the national public policy and the purpose of Congress in the laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, commonly designated "antitrust laws", which among other things prohibit price discriminations; to aid in intelligent, fair, and effective administration and enforcement thereof; and to strengthen the Robinson-Patman Anti-Price Discrimination Act and the protection which it affords to independent business, the Congress hereby reaffirms that the purpose of the antitrust laws in prohibiting price discriminations in to secure equality of opportunity of all persons to compete in trade or business and to preserve competition where it exists, to restore it where it is destroyed, and to permit it to spring up in new fields" (Wright Patman - Texas); and S. 11 ["To amend the Robinson-Patman Act with reference to equality of opportunity" (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Theodore Francis Green - Rhode Island; Lister Hill - Alabama; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; William Langer - North Dakota; Russel B. Long - Louisiana; Warren G.  Magnuson - Washington; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Richard L.  Neuberger - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; John A. Carroll - Colorado; George A. Smathers - Florida; John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts).

F 12: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Anti-trust (H. R.  11/S. 11).  Correspondence (N - W). 

Correspondence re H. R. 11 ["(Declaration of purpose and policy) - To reaffirm the national public policy and the purpose of Congress in the laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, commonly designated "antitrust laws", which among other things prohibit price discriminations; to aid in intelligent, fair, and effective administration and enforcement thereof; and to strengthen the Robinson-Patman Anti-Price Discrimination Act and the protection which it affords to independent business, the Congress hereby reaffirms that the purpose of the antitrust laws in prohibiting price discriminations in to secure equality of opportunity of all persons to compete in trade or business and to preserve competition where it exists, to restore it where it is destroyed, and to permit it to spring up in new fields" (Wright Patman - Texas); and S. 11 ["To amend the Robinson-Patman Act with reference to equality of opportunity" (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Theodore Francis Green - Rhode Island; Lister Hill - Alabama; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; William Langer - North Dakota; Russel B. Long - Louisiana; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; John A. Carroll - Colorado; George A. Smathers - Florida; John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts).

F 13: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Anti-trust (H. R.  980/S. 1211).

Correspondence re H. R. 980 ["To define the application of the Clayton and Federal Trade Commission Act to certain pricing situations" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania)] and S. 1211 ["To define the application of the Clayton and Federal Trade Commission Acts to certain pricing practices" (Homer E. Capehart - Indiana)].

F 14: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Anti-trust (H. R. 2143).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 2143 ["To amend the Clayton Act, as amended, by requiring prior notification of corporate mergers, and for other purposes" (Emmanuel Celler - New York)]; statement.

c. Statement:  H. M. McClure (Vice-President, Independent Petroleum Association of America) re H. R. 2143.

F 15: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Anti-trust (H. R. 10243).

Correspondence re H. R. 10243 ["To amend the Clayton Act so as to supplement existing laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies by providing that violations of the Robinson-Patman Act shall constitute violations of the antitrust laws" (Wright Patman - Texas)].

F 16: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Bankruptcy (H. R. 2171).

Correspondence re H. R. 2171 ["To amend the Bankruptcy Act to limit the exception of Federal taxes from a discharge in bankruptcy" (E. Carroll Reece - Tennessee)].

F 17: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Bankruptcy (H. R.  7671/S. 2205).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 7671 ["To amend section 116(4) of chapter 10 of the Federal Bankruptcy Act, to make certain equipment trust provisions applicable to aircraft and aircraft equipment of all carriers" (John James Flynt, Jr. - Georgia)] and S. 2205 ["To amend section 1169(40 of chapter 10 of the Federal Bankruptcy Act" (John Marchall Butler - Maryland)].

F 18: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Bricker Amendment.

Correspondence re Bricker Amendment ("To prevent overriding of our Constitution and our domestic laws by means of treaties.").

F 19: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Civil Rights.

a. Correspondence re direct vote on Civil Rights issue; jury trial amendment; President's stand on racial integration; Civil Rights Bill; brief; State's Rights.

b. Speech and Brief:  Paul H. Douglas (Illinois):  "Southern Proposal for Jury Trial Amendments to Civil Rights Bill Is Contrary to the Constitution, to Congressional Precedent, and to Protection of Civil Rights."

c. Statement re Jury Trial Amendment.

d. Speech:  N. M. Mason (Illinois):  "State Rights and the Constitution versus Civil Rights and the Supreme Court."

e. Remarks:  CA, re The Jury Trial Amendment.  Handwritten draft; printed copies.*

f. Memorandum:  "To:  The President, from:  Various Members of Congress" re Civil Rights Bill.

F 20: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Civil Rights:  Little Rock.

Correspondence re Little Rock situation.

F 21: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Civil Rights (H. R. 6127).

a. H. R. 6127:  "To provide means for further securing and protecting the civil rights of persons within the jurisdiction of the United States" (Emmanuel Celler - New York).*

b. House Report 291 (H. R. 6127):  "Civil Rights." 

F 22: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Civil Rights (S. 83).

Correspondence re S. 83 ["To provide means of further securing and protecting the civil rights of persons within the jursidiction of the United States" (Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; Gordon Allott - Colorado; Frank A. Barrett - Wyoming; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Wallace F. Bennett - Utah; John W. Bricker - Ohio; Prescott Bush - Connecticut; John Marshall Butler - Nebraska; Homer E. Capehart - Indiana; Frank Carlson - Kansas; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Francis Case - South Dakota; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Norris Cotton - New Hampshire; Henry C. Dworshak - Idaho; Ralph E. Flanders - Vermont; Barry M. Goldwater - Arizona; Roman L. Hruska - Nebraska; Irving M. Ives - New York; William E. Jenner - Indiana; William F. Knowland - California; William Langer - North Dakota; Thomas E. Martin - Iowa; Edward Martin - Pennsylvania; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; Charles E. Potter - Michigan; William A. Purtell - Connecticut; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; H. Alexander Smith - New Jersey; Edward J. Thye - Minnesota; Arthur V. Watkins - Utah; Chapman Revercomb - West Virginia; Andrew F. Schoeppel - Kansas; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Thruston B. Morton - Kentucky; Joseph R. McCarthey - Wisconsin)].

F 23: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Civil War Centennial Commission (H. J. Res. 336).

a. Correspondence re:  H. J. Res. 336:  "To establish a Civil War Centennial Commission" (Fred Schwengel - Iowa).

b. Clipping:  Congressional Record Daily Digest re H. J. Res. 336.

F 24: Judiciary, Committee on the (n.d.).  Committee Materials.

a. Leaflet:  Roster of the Members of the Committee on the Judiciary and its subcommittees.

b. Booklet:  Rules for the Committee on the Judiciary.



F 25: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Construction Contracts (H. R. 7168).

Correspondence re H. R. 7168 ["To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes" (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts).

F 26: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Eighteen-Year-Old Vote.

Correspondence re qualifications for voters.

F 27: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Equal Rights Amendment.

a. Correspondence re summary; Equal Rights Amendment.

b. Summary re Equal Rights (for women) Amendment.

F 28: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Federal Trade Commission (S. 1356).

Correspondence re S. 1356 ["To amend the antitrust laws by vesting in the Federal Trade Commission jurisdiction to prevent monopolistic acts or practices and other unlawful restraints in commerce by certain persons engaged in commerce in meat and meat products, and for other purposes" (Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Arthur V. Watkins - Utah).

F 29: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Galbo, Giovanni (H. R. 4967).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4967; report on case of Giovanni Galbo; petition; leaflet.

b. H. R. 4967:  "For the relief of Giovanni Galbo" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

c. Leaflet:  Rules of Procedure of the Committee on Judiciary.*

F 30: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  General.

a. Correspondence re Civil Rights; 1958 national budget; Bricker Amendment; Bow Resolution; federal aid to education; check list; legislation to amend the U.S. Employees' Compensation Act to include chiropractic treatment in compensable injury case; leaflet; bills report out of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

b. Checklist:  suggested items to be reduced in the 1958 national budget.

c. Leaflet:  "Capitol Chiropractic News."

F 31: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Good Friday.

Correspondence re proposed legislation which would proclaim Good Friday a National Day of Observance; bills on immigration (H. R. 2402 and H. R. 4205); H. R. 1029.

F 32: Judiciary, Committee on the (n.d.).  Habeas Corpus.

Booklet:  Hearings on H. R. 5649 (Habeas Corpus).

F 33: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Habeas Corpus (H. R. 8361).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 8361 ["To amend section 2254 of title 28 of the United States Code in reference to applications for writs of habeas corpus by persons in custody pursuant to the judgement of a State Court" (Howard W. Smith - Virginia).

c. Memorandum:  Thurgood Marshall, re H. R. 8361 (Abuse of habeas corpus).

F 34: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Hatridge, Robert E.  (H. R. 11347).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 11347; H. R. 2237 [below].

b. H. R. 11347:  "For the relief of Robert E. Hatridge" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

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

d. H. R. 11303:  "To amend the provisions of the Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921, as amended (7 U.S.C. 181) relating to practices in the marketing of livestock" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

e. Remarks re Robert B. Cooper.

F 35: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Hoxsey Cancer Clinic (Electronic Medical Foundation) (H. R. 1817).

Correspondence re H. R. 1817 ["For the relief of the Electronic Medical Foundation" (Charles M. Teague - California).

F 36: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Immigration.

a. Correspondence re liberalization of national immigration policy; booklet; protest to amending the Immigration and Nationality Act; legislation to increase orphan immigration quota; Refugee Program, particularly adoption of Korean War orphans [below].

b. Booklet:  "Resolutions Pertaining to Questions of Chinese Immigration and Refugee Relief Act."

F 37: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Immigration (H. R. 3783/H. R. 4008/S. 866).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3783; H. R. 4008; S. 866.

b. H. R. 3783:  "For the adoption of 10,000 eligible orphans, under twelve years of age, and to grant permanent residence to orphans admitted to the United States" (Charles O. Porter - Oregon).

c. H. R. 4008:  "For the relief of certain minor alien children adopted by United States Citizens, and for other purposes" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

d. S. 866:  "Authorizing the issuance of not to exceed 10,000 special non-quota immigrant visas to eligible orphans" (Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Wayne Morse - Oregon).

F 38: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Immigration (H. R. 8123).

H. R. 8123:  "To facilitate the entry into the United States of certain adopted children and other relatives of United States citizens, and for other purposes" (Francis R. Walter - Pennsylvania).*

F 39: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Immigration (S. 2410).

Correspondence re S. 2410 ["To facilitate the entry into the United States of certain immigrants, to authorize the adjustment of status of certain aliens in the United States, to provide for the issuance of special non-quota immigrant visas to certain refugees, and for other purposes" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Frank J. Lausche - Ohio; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania)].

F 40: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Immigration (S. 2792).

Correspondence re S. 2792 ["To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes" (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Arthur V. Watkins - Utah; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Frank J. Lausche - Ohio; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee)].

F 41: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Judgeships (H. J. Res. 388).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 388 ["Proposing an amendment to the Constitution relating to the terms of office of judges of the Supreme Court of the United States and inferior courts" (Lawrence H. Smith - Wisconsin)]. 

F 42: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Jukebox Bill (S. 1870).

Correspondence re S. 1870 ["To amend section 1 (e) of title 17 of the United States Code with regard to the rendition of musical compositions on coin-operated machines" (Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia; William Langer - North Dakota; Frederick G. Payne - Maine; Wayne Morse - Oregon)].

F 43: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission (H. J. Res. 351).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 351 ["To establish a Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission" (F. Jay Nimtz - Indiana).

F 44: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  National Library Week (H. Con. Res. 226).

a. Correspondence re H. Con. Res. 226.

b. H. Con. Res. 226:  "Designating the seven-day period beginning March 16, 1958, as `National Library Week'" (Robert T. Ashmore - South Carolina).

c. Remarks:  "Junior Achievement Week"

F 45: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Patent Office (H. R. 7151).

Correspondence re H. R. 7151 ["To fix the fees payable to the Patent Office and for other purposes" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 46: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Petroleum.

a. Correspondence re statement.

b. Statement:  Jack H. Abernathy, re The Petroleum Industry.

F 47: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Presidential Disability.

Correspondence re delegation of Presidential powers and eligibility of the President.

F 48: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  States Rights (H. R. 3).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 3; bulletins.

b. H. R. 3:  "To establish rules of interpretation governing questions of the effect of acts of Congress on State laws" (Howard W. Smith - Virginia).

c. Bulletin:  Associated Industries of Oklahoma, re H. R. 3.

d. Bulletin:  National Association of Manufacturers, re States Rights Bill.

F 49: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Supreme Court.

Correspondence re Supreme Court; legislation to limit the power of the Supreme Court; economy drive in government (departmental appropriations); Walter-McCarran Act.

F 50: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Supreme Court (S. 2646).

a. Correspondence re S. 2646; leaflets.

b. S. 2646:  "To limit the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in certain cases."  (William E. Jenner - Indiana).

c. Leaflet:  Dan Smoot Report:  "The Ada Is Pleased."

d. Leaflet:  Dan Smoot Report:  "World Health Organization."

F 51: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957-1958).  Taxes.

Correspondence re proposal to repeal the Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution pertaining to income taxes; request of action taken by the Oklahoma Legislature on tax limitation.

F 52: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Taxes (H. J. Res.  232).

Correspondence re H. J. Res. 232 ["Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States repealing the sixteenth amendment" (Clare E. Hoffman - Michigan)].

F 53: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Television.

a. Correspondence re bill.

b. Bill:  "To prohibit the charging of a fee to view telecasts in private homes."

F 54: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Thompson, John (H. R. 4966).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 4966.

b. H. R. 4966:  "For the relief of John Thompson."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).*

c. Report re medical condition of John Thompson.

d. Remarks re H. R. 4966.

e. Statement:  CA, re H. R. 4966.*

F 55: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  U. S. Civil Defense Council (H. R. 4843).

Correspondence re H. R. 4843 ["To incorporate the U.S.C.D.C. (United States Civil Defense Council)" (Frank Thompson, Fr. - New Jersey)].

F 56: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Veterans of World War I (H. R. 4412).

Correspondence re H. R. 4412 ["To incorporate the Veterans of World War I of the United States of America" (George P. Miller - California)].

F 57: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Veterans of World War I (H. R. 5531).

Correspondence re H. R. 5531 ["To incorporate the Veterans of World War I of the United States of America" (Usher L. Burdick - North Dakota).

F 58: Judiciary, Committee on the (1957).  Witness Records (S. 2377).

a. Correspondence re S. 2377.

b. S. 2377:  "To amend chapter 223, title 18, United State Code, to provide for the production of statements and reports of witnesses" (Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; James O. Eastland - Mississippi; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois; John Marshall Butler - Maryland; Charles E. Potter - Michigan; Matthew M. Neely - West Virginia - West Virginia).

F 59: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (n.d.).  Committee Materials.

Leaflet:  List of members of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries.

F 60: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1958).  Fish/Wildlife Legislation (H. R. 13138/S. 2447/S. 2617).

a. Correspondence re H. R. 12138; S. 2447; S. 2617.

b. H. R. 13138:  "To amend the act of March 10, 1934, to provide for more effective integration of a fish and wildlife conservation program with Federal water-resource developments, and for other purposes" (Frank W. Boykin - Alabama).

c. S. 2447:  "To authorize and direct the Secretary of the Interior to undertake continuing studies of the effects of insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides upon fish and wildlife for the purpose of preventing losses of those invaluable natural resources following spraying and to provide basic data on the various chemical controls so that forests, croplands, and marshes can be sprayed with minimum losses of fish and wildlife" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

d. S. 2617:  "To amend the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act of March 16, 1934, as amended" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 61: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957). Appropriations: Correspondence re vote to reduce the Post Office Department Budget.

F 62: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Civil vice.

a. Statement:  James C. Davis (Georgia):  "Need For Promotion Opportunities For Career Employees In The Federal Service."

b. Statement:  Tom Murray (Tennessee):  "Proposed Action Relating To Removal Of Positions From The Federal Competitive Civil Service."

F 63: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Commemorative Stamps.

Correspondence re bill by Ed Edmondson to issue a memorial stamp in honor of Jean Pierre Choteau; legislation to authorize the issuance of a postage stamp depicting the birth of Christ.

F 64: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Committee Materials.

a. Correspondence re appreciation to Edward A. Garmatz and his staff from CA.

b. Memorandum:  "Action of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, in Executive Session, June 6, 1957."

c. List re postal legislation.

F 65: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  General Correspondence.

Correspondence re case of Mrs. Cleta H. McGowan; legislation which would correct the inequities of the present law and increase the annuities of retired employees; five cent postage bill; pay increases for government and postal employees; and assistance to youth groups in obtaining military surplus property.

F 66: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Insurance.

Correspondence re insurance coverage to employees of agriculture stabilization and conservation county committees.

F 67: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Insurance (S. 2127).

Correspondence re S. 2127 ["To amend section 3 (d) of the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of 1954, relating to the reduction in amounts of insurance of persons over the age of sixty-five" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina)].

F 68: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Insurance Fund (S. 1740).

a. Correspondence re S. 1740.

b. S. 1740:  "To authorize the payment from the Employees' Life Insurance Fund of expenses incurred by the Civil Service Commission in assuming and maintaining the assets and liabilities of certain beneficial association" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

c. House Report 1174 (S. 1740):  "Assumption of Assets and Liabilities of Certain Beneficial Associations in Connection with Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance."

d. Clipping:  "Hill to Reject Insurance Protection."

F 69: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Mail Delivery.

a. Correspondence:  re:  curtailment of not accepting parcel post on Saturdays.

b. Article:  "Checks and Balances?"

F 70: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Miscellaneous Legislation.

a. Correspondence:  re:  legislation to increase annuities for retired workers; salary increase.

b. Notice:  "Joint Legislative Rally, May 14-15, 1957."

c. Booklet:  "One Small Pay Increase in Six Years `Ain't Enough!"

d. Newsletter:  "News from the AFL-CIO."

F 71: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  National Security Agency Pay (H. R. 12507).

a. H. R. 12507:  "To provide certain administrative authorities for the National Security Agency, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

b. Memorandum:  Joe to CA:  re:  H. R. 12507.

F 72: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Pay:  (A - M).  Correspondence:  re:  legislation granting pay raise for postal employees; raises of at least ten or eleven percent; veterans legislation.

F 73: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Pay:  Correspondence (N - R).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Postal Pay Bill; articles.

b. Article:  "Teen-age Poll:  Teenagers Cool to Uncle Sam's Pay Scales, Job Restrictions."

c. Article:  "Postal Workers Pay Hike Clue to Inflation Binge."

F 74: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Pay (H. R. 2462).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2462:  "To readjust the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes" (John Lesinski - Michigan).

F 75: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Pay (H. R. 2474/S. 27).  Colleagues.

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2474; S. 27; H. Res. 249.

b. H. R. 2474:  "To increase the rates of basic compensation of officers and employees in the field service of the Post Office Department" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).  No copy.

c. S. 27:  same title as H. R. 2474 (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; William Langer - North Dakota; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Hubert Humphrey - Minnesota; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).  No copy.

d. H. Res. 249:  "Providing for consideration of H. R. 2474, a bill to increase the rates of basic compensation of officers and employees in the field service of the Post Office Department" (T. Ashton Thompson - Louisiana).  No copy.

e. Report:  re:  federal employees' pay increase.

f. Report:  "Major Legislative Problems Facing the Committee in the Eighty-fifth Congress."

F 76: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Pay (H. R. 2474/S. 27). Correspondence (A - N)

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2474; S. 27.

b. H. R. 2474:  "To increase the rates of basic compensation of officers and employees in the field service of the Post Office Department" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).  No copy.

c. S. 27:  same title as H. R. 2474 (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; William Langer - North Dakota; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Pay McNamara - Michigan; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).  No copy.

F 77: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Pay (H. R. 2474/S. 27).  Correspondence (N - W)

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2474; S. 27.

b. H. R. 2474:  "To increase the rates of basic compensation of officers and employees in the field service of the Post Office Department" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).  No copy.

c. S. 27:  same title as H. R. 2474 (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; William Langer - North Dakota; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).  No copy.

F 78: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Pay (H. R. 4411/S. 734).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4411; S. 734; statement.

b. H. R. 4411:  "To revise the basic compensation schedules of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, and for other purposes" (George P. Miller - California).  No copy.

c. S. 734:  same title as H. R. 4411 (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon). 

d. Statement:  National Federation of Federal Employees:  re:  H. R. 4411; S. 734.

F 79: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pay (H. R. 9645/H. R. 9999).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9645.

b. H. R. 9645:  "To increase the rates of basic compensation of officers and employees in the field service of the Post Office Department" (James C. Davis - Georgia).  No copy.

c. H. R. 9999:  "To adjust the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes" (James C. Davis - Georgia).  No copy.

d. Statement:  re:  action on the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee (February 25, 1958).

F 80: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pay (S. 25).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 25:  "Relating to effective dates of increases in compensation granted to wage board employees" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina). 

F 81: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions:  General:  Correspondence (A - H) .

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 607; S. 72; legislation to increase annuities of retired federal employees; legislation to amend Civil Service Retirement Act.

b. Resolution:  re:  increase in annuities for retired federal employees.

c. Clipping:  "Denying More Funds to P. O. Is Attacked as `Stupidity.'"

d. Leaflet:  "800 Million Pray for War."

e. Newsletters:  "NARCE Newsletter."  Two.

F 82: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Pensions:  General.

a. Correspondence:  re:  accrediting the vocational agriculture teachers with their service under the Civil Service Retirement System; legislation to increase annuities for the retired employees; S. 607 (President's Retirement Bill); magazine; newsletter.

b. Magazine:  Retirement Life."

c. Newsletter:  "NARCE Newsletter."

d. Clipping:  "Ex-President's May Receive Pensions."

e. Resolution:  re:  retirement.

F 83: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Pensions (H. R. 4).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil-service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 84: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957- 1958).  Pensions (H. R. 607).  Correspondence (C - H).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 607; resolution.

b. H. R. 607:  "To provide for increases in the annuities of annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (James C. Davis - Georgia).  No copy.

c. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 607.

F 85: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (H. R. 607).  Correspondence (L - Y) .  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 607:  "To provide for increases in the annuities of annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (James C. Davis - Georgia).  See also:  Post Office, Committee on:  Miscellaneous Legislation.

F 86: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1957).  Pensions (H. R. 607).  Legislation.

a. H. R. 607:  "To provide for increases in annuities of annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (James C. Davis - Georgia). 

b. House Report 1211 (H. R. 607):  "Civil Service Retirement Annuity Increases." 

F 87: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (H. R. 607/S. 72).  Correspondence (A - M)

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 607; S. 72.

b. H. R. 607:  "To provide for increases in annuities of annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (James C. Davis - Georgia).  No copy.

c. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

F 88: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (H. R. 607/S. 72).  Correspondence (O - W).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 607; S. 72; resolution.

b. H. R. 607:  "To provide for increases in annuities of annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended" (James C. Davis - Georgia).  No copy.

c. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

d. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 607 and S. 72.

e. Resolution:  Stillwater Chapter, N.A.R.C.E.:  re:  H. R. 607 and S. 72.

f. Newsletter:  "N.A.R.C.E. Newsletter."

F 89: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (A - B)

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72; newsletter.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Newsletter:  "N.A.R.C.P. Newsletter."

F 90: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (C - G).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).

F 91: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (H - K)

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Article:  Oliver C. Hinkle:  "Criminal Negligence."

F 92: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (L - Me)

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Clipping:  "Hold Your Hats."

F 93: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (Mi - O).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Newsletter:  "N.A.R.C.E. Newsletter."

F 94: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (P - Ri).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Clipping:  "Resident Builds Violin of Redbud, Post Oak."

F 95: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (Ro - Sm).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Clipping:  "232,000 to Get Bigger Pension."

d. Newsletter:  "N.A.R.C.E. Newsletter."

F 96: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (Sp - V).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Clipping:  "Pioneer Mailman's Peril Was Bandits, Not Dogs."

d. Newsletter:  "N.A.R.C.E. Newsletter."

F 97: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Correspondence (W - Y).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 72.

b. S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).  No copy.

c. Newsletter:  "N.A.R.C.E. Newsletter."

F 98: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1958).  Pensions (S. 72).  Legislation.  S. 72:  "To increase annuities payable to certain annuitants from the civil service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes."  (Frank Carlson - Kansas). 

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