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Box 40

Box 41: Eighty-Sixth Congress:  Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Post Office and Civil Service

F 1: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  D. C.  Transit (H. R. 2316/H. R. 4815).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2316; H. R. 4815; Reports.

B. H. R. 2316:  "To insure effective regulation of D. C. Transit System, Inc., and fair and equal competition between D. C. Transit System, Inc., and its competitors."  (Wright Patman - Texas).

C. H. R. 4815:  Same title as H. R. 2316 (Walter Rogers - Texas).

D.  Report No. 2681 (Pursuant to H. Res. 56):  re:  "Complaints of Small and Independent Business Men Operating Sightseeing Businesses in the District of Columbia."

E. Report:  re:  H. R. 4815

F.  Clipping:  "Probe Finds Strange Things About Transit."

F 2: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Equal Time Provision.

Correspondence:  re:  Violations of the Federal policy on uses of government licensed news media.; Commercial sponsorship of proposed debates between Democratic and Republican Presidential candidates.

F 3: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Equal Time Provision (H. R. 5389).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5389.

B. H. R. 5389:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to provide that `equal time' provisions shall not apply to programs."  (Glenn Cunningham - Nebraska).

F 4: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Equal Time Provision (H. R. 7985).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7985.

B. H. R. 7985:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 with respect to facilities for candidates for public office."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas). 

C.  Report No. 802 (To accompany H. R. 7985):  "Amending Section 315 of the Communications Act of 1934."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas). 

F 5: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Equal Time Provision (S. 2424).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 2424:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 in order to provide that the equal-time provisions with respect to candidates for public office shall not apply to news and other similar programs" (John O. Pastore - Rhode Island).

F 6: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Equal Time Provision (S. J. Res. 207).

Correspondence:  re:  S. J. Res. 207:  "To suspend for the 1960 campaign the equal opportunity requirements of section 315 of the Communications Act of 1934 for nominees for the offices of President and Vice President."  (John O. Pastore - Rhode Island).

F 7: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959-1960).  Fair Trade (H. R. 1253/S. 1083).  Correspondence.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1253; S. 1083; petition; resolution; statement; clipping.

B. H. R. 1253:  "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act, as amended, so as to equalize rights in the distribution of merchandise identified by a trademark, brand, or trade name."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. S. 1083:  Same title as H. R. 1253 (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; William Proxmire - Wisconsin).

D. Petition:  re; H. R. 1253; S. 1083.

E.  Resolution:  re:  H. R. 1253.

F.  Statement:  "Answers to Connections Raised at Hearings On S. 1083 (by:  Herman S. Waller).  One copy.

G.  Clipping:  "Discharge Petition on National Fair Trade Bill - H. R. 1253."

F 8: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Fair Trade (H. R. 1253/S. 1083).  Data.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1253; Statements.

B.  H. R. 1253:  See file 7 for title and author. 

C. Statement:  re:  H. R. 1253. 

D. Statement:  re:  H. R. 4049. 

E. S. 1083:  See file 7 for title and author.

F 9: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Fair Trade (H. R. 2463).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2463:  "To define and restrain certain unfair methods of distribution and to confirm and define the rights of producers and resellers in the distribution of goods identified by distinguished brands, names, or trademarks, and for other purposes."  (Frank W. Boykin - Alabama).

F 10: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Fair Trade (H. R. 8841/H. R. 9898).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8841; H. R. 9898.

B. H. R. 8841:  "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act to provide for the issuance of temporary cease and desist orders to prevent certain acts and practices pending completion of Federal Trade Commission proceedings."  (Tom Steed - Oklahoma). 

C.  H. R. 9898:  "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act to prohibit vertical integration in the food industry."  (James Roosevelt - California). 

D.  H. R. 10235:  "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act to strengthen independent competitive enterprise by providing for fair competitive acts, practices, and methods of competition, and for other purposes."  (Wright Patman - Texas).

F 11: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Fair Trade (H. R. 9893).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9893:  "To strengthen public policy and law providing for independent competitive enterprise in the marketing of gasoline and other petroleum products, motor-vehicle parts, equipment, accessories, and supplies."  (James Roosevelt - California). 

F 12: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Fair Tarde (H. R. 9894/H. R. 10235).

A.  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9894; H.R. 10235; statement.

B. H. R. 9894:  "Relating to certain practices in the distribution of motor vehicle parts, equipment, accessories, and supplies which tend to cause destructive and unfair methods of competition."  (James Roosevelt - California).

C.  H. R. 10235:  "To amend the Federal Commission Act to strengthen independent competitive enterprise by providing for fair competitive acts, practices, and methods of competition, and for other purposes."  (Wright Patman - Texas). 

D. Statement:  "A Bill to Help Small Business by Preventing Below - Cost Sales."  (By: Wright Patman - Texas).

F 13: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Federal Aviation Administration (H. R. 12440/H. R.  12441/S. 3363/S. 3364).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12440; H. R. 12441; S. 3563; S. 3564.

B. H. r. 12440:  "To amend the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 with respect to the authority of the Adminstrator of the Federal Aviation Agency over airmen's certificates."  (John Bell Williams - Mississippi). 

C. H. R. 12441:  "To amend the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 to give the Civil Aeronautics Board certain review authority over the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency" (John Bell Williams - Mississippi).  One copy.

D.  S. 3563:  Same title as H. R. 12441 (Clair Engle - California). 

E. S. 3564:  Same title as H. R. 12441 (Clair Engle - California).

F 14: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Federal Trade Commission.

A. Draft of Bill:  re:  Federal Trade Commission Act.

B. Report No. 714 (Pursuant to H. Res. 51):  re:  "Small Business Problems in the Dairy Industry."

F 15: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959- 1960).  Flouridation (H. R. 9150/H. J. Res. 523).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9150; H. J. Res. 523.

B. H. R. 9150:  "To establish a commission to conduct an impartial and scientific study and investigation to determine the effects on the public health of the practice of adding various chemicals to water supplies and food products."  (David S. King - Utah).

C. H. J. Res. 523:  "To prohibit officers and employees of the United States from treating communal water supplies with fluoride compounds, until a report from the Commission on Food and Water Contamination shall have been submitted to the Congress of the United States."

D. Article:  "World Court Vs. American Sovereignty."

F 16: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Freight Rates (S. 1881/S. 3047/S. 3048).

A.  Correspondence:  re:  S. 1881; S. 3947; S. 3048.

B. S. 1881:  "To amend section 4 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended."  (Warren G. Magnuson).

C. S. 3047:  "To amend section 15 (7) of the Interstate Commerce Act as amended to require the suspension of certain rates pending hearing and decision concerning their lawfulness."  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

D.  S. 3048:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act with respect to reasonable differentials in favor of joint rates through transportation by rail and water, and for other purposes."  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 17: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  General/Miscellaneous.

A. Correspondence:  re:  The menhaden problem/world-wide conference; Projects re:  The Red River Valley.

B. Article:  re:  "Animal Nutrition."

C. Press Release:  "Peru Seeks to Cut Fish-Meal Surplus."

D. Excerpts:  re:  Study Group in Peru.

E. Article:  "Chilean Companies Begin Huge Fish Boat Program."

F. Summary:  re:  "Peruvian Fish meal Industry Attempts to Find Ways of Limiting Production and Exports."

F 18: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Headwater Benefits (H. R. 7201).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7201; Resolution.

B. H. R. 7201:  "To provide for the comprehensive operation of hydroelectric power resources of the United States, and for other purposes."  (Lee Metcalf - Montana).

C.  Resolution:  re:  H. R. 7201.

D. Memorandum:  re:  H. R. 7201.

F 19: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Health Construction (H. R. 6906).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6906:  "To authorize a ten-year program of grants for construction of medical, dental, and public health educational facilities, and for other purposes."  (John E. Fogarty - Rhode Island).

F 20: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Highway Safety.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Increased Highway Safety; Federal-Aid highway program.

B. Excerpts from statement:  "Preliminary Engineering."  (By:  Bertram D. Tallamy).

F 21: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Hill-Burton Program.  Facts:  re:  The Hospital and Medical Facilities Survey and Construction Program.

F 22: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Humane Treatment of Animals (S. 3570).

A. Correspondence:  re; S. 3570.

B. S. 3570:  "To provide for the humane treatment of animals used in experiments and tested by recipients of grants from the United States and by agencies and instrumentalities of the U. S. Government, and for other purposes."  John Sherman Cooper - Kentucy; Mike Mansfield - Montana; E. L. Bob Bartlett - Alaska; Robert C. Byrd - West Virginia; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Wayne Morse - Oregon; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Frank Church - Idaho.



F 23: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Interstate Commerce Act Amendments (H. R. 8031).

Correspondence:  Re:  H. R. 8031:  "To amend sections 204a and 406a of the Interstate Commerce Act in order to provide civil liability for violations of such act by common carriers by motor vehicle and freight forwarders."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 24: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Milk Sanitation.  Statement:  re:  Milk Industry/Sanitation (by:  Jack M. Cornelius, Jr).

F 25: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Milk Sanitation (H. R. 3840).

H. R. 3840:  "To amend the Public Health Service Act to protect the public from unsanitary milk and milk products shipped in interstate commerce, without unduly burdening such commerce."  (Lester R. Johnson - Wisconsin). 

F 26: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Motor Vehicle Safety.  Correspondence:  re:  legislation which would bar the deaf from operating motor vehicles; H. Con. Res. 21; H. R. 1058.

F 27: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Motor Vehicle Safety (H. R. 1058).

H. R. 1058:  "To promote safety in transportation by motor vehicle in interstate commerce by assisting the States to conduct research into and maintain facilities for driver training programs."  (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama). 

F 28: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Motor Vehicle Safety (H. R. 1341).

A. H. R. 1341:  "To require passenger-carrying motor vehicles purchased for use by the Federal Government to meet certain safety standards."  (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama). 

B. Report No. 715 (To accompany H. R. 1341):  re:  "Safety Standards for Government Passenger-Carrying Motor Vehicles" (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama). 

F 29: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Motor Vehicle Safety (H. R. 5436).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5436; Clipping.

B. H. R. 5436:  "To provide for a register in the Department of Commerce in which shall be listed the names of persons refused a motor vehicle operator's license or who have had such licenses revoked."  (John J. Rhodes - Arizona).

C. Clipping:  "Keeping in Step."

F 30: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Motor Vehicle Safety (H. Con. Res. 21).

H. Con. Res. 21:  "Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the establishment of uniform traffic laws throughout the United States."  (Abraham J. Multer - New York). 

F 31: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Natural Gas.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Gas Bill; Regulation of the gas sales.

B. Clipping:  "Natural Gas Bill Chances Believed Dim."

C. Clipping:  "Gas Bill `Dead' Issue This Year."

D. Clipping:  "The President's Willing to Aid Gas Bill, If..."

E. Clipping:  "These Letters Stir New Gas Bill Hopes."



F 32: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Nursing (H. R. 1251/S. 1118).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1251; S. 1118; Data Sheet.

B. H. R. 1251:  "To authorize a five-year program of grants and scholarships for collegiate education in the field of nursing, and for other purposes."

C.  S. 1118:  Same title as H. R. 1251.  (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).

D. Data Sheet:  re:  Nursing Needs In Oklahoma.

F 33: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Petroleum.

A.  Correspondence:  re:  Domestic oil industry and problems of conservation; statement.

B. Statement:  re:  Differential tax treatment/Minerals industry; Oil and gas production. (John Jarman - Oklahoma).

C. News Release: re:  Excessive oil imports.

D. News Release:  re:  Crude oil production in the United States; Reduction of petroleum imports.

F 34: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Public Health (S. 56).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 56:  "To amend the act of August 5, 1054 (68 stat. 674) and for other purposes."  (James E. Murray - Montana; Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; E. L. Bartlett - Alaska; Barry M. Goldwater - Arizona; Alan Bible - Nevada; Howard W. Cannon - Nevada; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Frank Church - Idaho; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Wallace F. Bennett - Utah).

F 35: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Radio/Television.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Amendment to the Communications Act.

B. Press Release: "Public Service Topped $22,000,000.00 on Petry - Represented Stations in 1959."

C.  Clipping:  "The Senator Sat Down and Wept."

F 36: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959- 1960).  Railroads.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Legislation to increase railroad retirement benefits; Analysis; Clipping.

B. Analysis:  re:  Statement on Railroad Situation by AFL-CIO Economic Policy in "Economic Trends and Outlook" Vol. 4, No. 9-10.

C. Clipping:  "Fancy Salaries Listed for Rail `Brass'; Also Pensions and Stock Option Profits."

D. Press Release:  "Facts on an Association of American Railroads' `Fact' Sheet."

E.  Press Release:  "Featherbedding:  Facts vs. Fancy."

F. Press Release:  "Soaring Railroad Profits:  net Earnings Near Peak of Whole Postwar Period."

G. Press Release:  "Railroad Unemployment....chronic and cruel."

H. Press Release:  "Featherbedding Charges:  Rail Managements Smokescreen."

I. Press Release:  "Locomotive Firemen and Brakemen...why they are needed."

J. Article:  "Annuities Under Railroad Retirement Act Compared to Combined Pension Available to Employees Under Social Security Act and Selected Private Pension Systems."

K. Press Release:  "Railway Labor Opens Counterattack on Carriers' `Smear' Propaganda."

L. Press Release:  "RLEA Survey Shows Management is `Ladling Off The Gravy' of Rail Earnings Through Salary Increases To Top Officials Which `Border on the Scandalous'."

M. Survey:  re; Salary Increases Paid to Top Railroad Officials.

F 37: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Railroads (H. R. 4292/S. 3020).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4292; S. 3020.

B. H. R. 4292:  "To repeal section 13a of the Interstate Commerce Act."  (Frank C. Osmers, Jr. - New Jersey.).

C. S. 3020:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, insure the protection of the public interest, and for other purposes."  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; George D. Aiden - Vermont; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Winston L. Prouty - Vermont; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Clair Engle - California; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Frank Church - Idaho; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; E. L. (Bob) Bartlett - Alaska; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Henry M. Jackson - Washington).

F 38: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Railroads (H. R. 9742/S. 2935).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9742; S. 2935.

B. H. R. 9742:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, insure the protection of the public interest, and for other purposes."  (Morgan M. Moulder - Missouri).

C. S. 2935:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, insure the protection of the public interest, and for other purposes."  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Thomas H. Kuchel - Clifornia; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Winston L. Prouty - Vermont; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Clair Engle - Clifornia; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; E. L. (Bob) Bartlett - Alaska; John Sherman Cooper - Kentuchy; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Henry M. Jackson - Washington).

C.  Summary:  re:  H. R. 9742; S. 2935.

F 39: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Railroads (S. 1331).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 1331:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, insure the protection of the public interest, and for other purposes."  (Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Prescott Buch - Connecticut; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Thomas H. Kuchel - California).

F 40: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Railroads:  Freight Car Supply (S. 1789).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7937; S. 1789.

B. H. R. 7937:  "To amend section 1 (14) (a) of the Interstate Commerce Act to insure the adequacy of the national railroad freight car supply, and for other purposes." (William H. Avery - Kansas).

C.  S. 1789:  Same title as H. R. 7937 (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Gordon Allott - Colorado; E. L. (Bob) Bartlett - Alaska; John A. Carroll - Colorado; Carl T. Curtis - Nebraska; Frank Church - Idaho; Roman L. Hruska - Nebraska; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; A. S. Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Frank E. Moss - Utah; James E. Murray - Montana; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Andrew F. Schoeppel - Kansas). 

F 41: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 1012/S. 226).  Correspondence.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1012; S. 226; Article.

B. H. R. 1012:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, so as to provide increases in benefits, and for other purposes."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. S. 226:  Same as title H. R. 1012.  (Wayne Morse - Oregon; Lister Hill - Alabama; John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Clair Engle - California; Milton R. Young - North Dakota; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; James E. Murray - Montana; Pat McNamara - Michigan; William Langer - North Dakota; Alan Bible - Nevada; Robert C. Byrd - West Virginia; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; John A. Caroll - Colorado; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Harrison A. Willimas, Jr. - New Jersey; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Howard W. Cannon - Nevada).

D. Article:  "Inflation Spiral Derails Hopes of Railroad Pension."

E. Summary:  re:  H. R. 1012.

F 42: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 1012/S. 226).  Data.

A. H. R. 1012.

B. Statement:  re: Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Legislation (By:  Oren Harris - Arkansas). 

F 43: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959- 1960).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 5610).  Correspondence.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5610; Memorandum.

B. H. R. 5610:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, so as to provide increases in benefits, and for other purposes."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Memorandum:  re:  Comparison of H. R. 1012 and H. R. 5610.

C. Clipping:  "Congress Raises Rail For Less Aid."

F 44: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 5610).  Data.

A. H. R. 5610: 

B. Report No. 243 (To accompany H. R. 5610):  re:  "Amendments to the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, The Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas). 

C. Statement:  re:  Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Legislation.  (By:  Oren Harris - Arkansas). 



F 45: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 5803).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5803:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, so as to provide increases in benefits, and for other purposes."  (Ludwig Teller - New York).

F 46: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Steel.

Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to importing foreign steel into the United States.

F 47: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Television (H. R. 6245/H. J. Res. 130).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6245; H. J. Res. 130; Petitions.

B. H. R. 6245:  "Relating to pay television operations by wire."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. H. J. Res. 130:  "To prohibit except for technical tests, pay television operations by radio or wire until specifically authorize and regulated by Federal Law."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

D. Petitions:  re:  H. R. 6245; H. J. Res. 130.

F 48: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  Television (H. R. 10609).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10609.

B. H. R. 10609:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to establish a program of Federal matching grants for the construction of television facilities to be used for educational purposes."  (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama). 

F 49: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (n.d.).  Television (S. 2653).

Memo:  re:  S. 2653:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to establish jurisdiction in Federal Communications Commission over community antenna systems."  (John O. Pastore - Rhode Island).

F 50: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  Textiles.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 469.

B.  H. R. 469 (P. L. 85-897).

C.  Report No. 986 (To accompany H. R. 469):  re:  "Textile Fiber Products Identification Act" (Peter F. Mack, Jr. - Illinois).

F 51: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1959).  War Claims Act (H. R. 2913).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2913:  "To extend the War Claims Act of 1948 to provide for the payment of benefits under such act to certain citizens and permanent residents of the United States."  (Thaddeus M. Machrowicz - Michigan).

F 52: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1960).  War Claims Act (H. R. 4510).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4510:  "To amend section 1 of the War Claims Act of 1948."  (John W. McCormack - Massachusetts).

F 53: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Agency Hearing Standards (H. R. 10657/S. 2374).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10657; S. 2374.

B. H. R. 10657:  "To establish standards of conduct for agency hearing proceedings of record."  (Dante B. Fascell - Florida).

C. S. 2374:  Same title as H. R. 10657 (John A. Carroll - Colorado).

F 54: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Anti-Trust (H. R.  11/S. 11).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11; S. 11.

B. H. R. 11:  "(Declaration and Purpose of Policy) To reaffirm the national public policy and the purpose of Congress in the laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, commonly designated `anti-trust' laws, which among other things prohibit price discrimination; 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 law in prohibiting price discriminations is to secure equality of opportunity to 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 field."  (Wright Patman - Texas).

C. S. 11:  "To amend the Clayton Act as amended by the Robinson-Patman Act with reference to equality of opportunity."  (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Dennis Chavez - New Mexico; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Theodore Francis Green - Rhode Island; William Langer - North Dakota; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Russell B. Long - Louisiana; Lister B. Hill - Alabama; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Pat McNamara - Michigan; John A. Carroll - Colorado; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Wayne Morse - Oregon; James E. Murray - Montana; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; George A. Smathers - Florida; Henry M. Jackson - Washinton; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; Frank Church - Idaho; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming; Robert C. Byrd - West Virginia).

F 55: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Anti-Trust (H. R.  4934/S. 215).

A. Correspondence:  re: H. R. 4934; S. 215.

B. H. R. 4934:  "To supplement the antitrust laws of the United State by requiring that corporations, in industries so heavily concentrated that monopoly or the threat of monopoly is present, file advance notice and make public justification before effectuating price increases."  (George McGovern - South Dakota).

C. S. 215:  Same title as S. 215 (Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming).

F 56: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Anti-Trust (H. R.  7191/S. 753).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7191; S. 753.

B. H. R. 7191:  "To authorize cooperative associations of milk producers to bargain with purchasers singly or in groups, and for other purposes."  (Robert W. Kastenmeier - Wisconsin).

C. S. 753:  Same title as H. R. 7191 (George D. Aiken - Vermont; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).

F 57: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Anti-Trust (H. R.  9486).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9486.

B.  H. R. 9486:  "To amend the Clayton Act to prohibit the concentration of control of a substantial portion of the television and radio broadcasting facilities and a substantial portion of the news publications in any section of the country, and for other purposes." (Edmund Celler - New York).

F 58: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Auto Financing.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Booklet.

B. Booklet:  "Economic Dictatorship in Automobile Financing."

F 59: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Auto Financing (S. 838/S. 839).

A. Correspondence:  re:  S. 838; S. 839.

B. S. 838:  "To fortify the antitrust policy of the United States against concentration of economic power and the use of that power to the detriment of the national economy by preventing manufacturers of motor vehicles from financing the sales of their products."  (Joseph O'Mahoney - Wyoming).

C. S. 839:  "To supplement the Sherman Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act by prohibiting automobile manufacturers from engaging in the businesses of financing and insuring automobiles purchased by consumers, and for other purposes."  (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. - Missouri).

F 60: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Civil Rights.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Civil Rights Legislation; Connally Amendment; Leaflets; Statement; Article.

B. Leaflet:  "Beware of World Court!"

C. Leaflets:  "Civil Rights in the Second Session of the 86th Congress."

D. Statement:  "Civil Rights in the Second Session of the 86th Congress."

E. Article:  "Carl Albert `Sold Out His State and Districts,' State Paper Claims!"

F. Clipping:  "Student Directs Rights Question at Kerr, Mike".

G. Clipping:  "Negroes Here Asked to Halt Saturday Plan."

H. Clipping:  "Albert Votes Against Vote Referee Plan."

I. Clipping:  re:  Carl Albert/Civil Rights.

J. Clipping:  "Single Sooner on Losing Side."

K. Clipping:  "Southerners Rise Again; Rest of Senate Waits for Them to Sit Down."

L. Clipping:  "Sooner Votes Help to Defeat Cloture Club."

M. Clipping:  "Honeyed Word Run Deep During Filibuster."

N. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 9:  re:  The enactment of effective and comprehensive federal civil rights legislation."

O. Clipping:  "Mike and Kerr Will be Silent In Rights Row."

P. Lawyer's Weekly Report.  Section 2 (March 14, 1960).

Q. Clipping:  "Toby Aids South in Rights Debate."

F 61: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959-1960).  Civil Rights (H. R. 3147/H. R. 4457/H. R. 8601).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3147; H. r. 4457; H. R. 8601.

B. H. R. 3147:  "To effectuate and enforce the constitutional right to the equal protection of the laws, and for other purposes."  (Emanuel Celler - New York).

C. H. R. 4457:  "To further secure and protect the civil rights of all persons under the Constitution and laws of the United States."  (William M. McCulloh - Ohio).

D. H. R. 8601:  "To enforce constitutional rights, and for other purposes."  (Emanuel Celler - New York).

E. Resolution:  re:  "Basic Civil Rights Objectives."

F. Summary:  re:  "Strengthening Amendments."

G. Summary:  re:  Objections to changes re:  H. R. 8601; S. 3001.

F 62: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958).  Civil Suits.

H. R. 11102 (P. L. 85-554):  "Amending the jurisdiction of district courts in civil actions with regard to the amount in controversy and diversity of citizenship."  (William M. Tuck - Virginia).

F 63: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Civil Suits (H. R.  10089).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10089:  "To permit a civil action to be brought against an officer of the United States in his official capacity, a person acting under him, or an agency of the United States, in any judiciary district of the United States where a plaintiff in the action resides."  (Homer H. Budge - Idaho).

F 64: Judiciary, Committee on the (n.d.).  Committee.

Leaflet:  re:  Rules of Procedure.

F 65: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Electoral College.

Correspondence:  re:  The abolition of the electoral college system.

F 66: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Immigration.

Correspondence:  re:  The lowering of immigration quotas; Legislation concerning immigration and naturalization.

F 67: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Immigration (H. J.  Res. 397/S. J. Res. 110).

A. Correspondence:  re: H. J. Res. 397; S. J. Res. 110.

B. H. J. Res. 397:  "To enable the United States to participate in the resettlement of certain refugees."  (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

C. S. J. Res. 110:  Same title as H. J. Res. 397 (John F. Kennedy - Massachusetts).

F 68: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Immigration (S. 1919).

Correspondence:  S. 1919:  "To make certain changes in the Immigration and nationality Act."  (Jacob K. Javits - New York; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts).

F 69: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Immigration:  Orphans (H. R. 7239/S. 2004).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7239; S. 2004.

B. H. R. 7239:  "To eliminate the date of termination of the provisions of law authorizing issuance of non-quota immigrant visas to certain alien orphans, and for other purposes."  (Arch A. Moore, Jr. - West Virginia).

C. S. 2004:  Same title as H. R. 7239 (Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin).



F 70: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Immigration:  Orphans (S. 1610).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 1610:  "To authorize the issuance of special non-quota immigrant visas to certain alien orphans."  (Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - New York).

F 71: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Judgeships (H. R.  6159/S. 2673).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6159; S. 2673.

B. H. R. 6159:  "To provide for the appointment of additional circuit and district judges, and for other purposes."  (Emanuel Celler - New York).

C. S. 2673:  Same title as H. R. 6159 (James O. Eastland - Mississippi; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

F 72: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Labor (S. 3548).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 3548:  "To amend the Norris-LaGuardia Act, the National Labor Relations Act, and the Railway Labor Act."  (Everett M. Dirksen - Illinois).

F 73: Judiciary, Committee on the (1956).  North Carolina.

A. H. R. 9137 (P. L. 748 - 84th Congress):  "To waive section 142, of title 28, United States Code, with respect to the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina holding court at Bryson City, N.C."  (George A. Shuford - North Carolina). 

B. Report No. 2249 (To accompany H. R. 9137):  re:  "Waiver of the requirements of section 142, title 28, United States Code, for the holding of court at Bryson City, N.C."  (Peter W. Rodino, Jr. - New Jersey). 

F 74: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Oklahoma Court (H. R. 7979).

Correspondence:  re:  7979:  "To waive section 142 of title 28, United States Code, with respect to the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma holding court at Durant, Oklahoma."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 75: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Patents (H. J.  Res. 229).

Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 229:  "To avoid suppression of inventive diligence in America."  (Frank Ikard - Texas).

F 76: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Patents (S. 3156).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 3156:  "To provide for the protection of the interests of the United States in basic research with respect to patent rights arising from research conducted under projects financed by the United States."  (Joseph C. O'Mahoney - Wyoming).

F 77: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Port of New York Authority.

A. Correspondence:  re:  The Port of New York Authority; Contempt citations of the officials of the Port of New York Authority; Statement; Excerpts.

B. Statement:  "Minority Views of Representative John H. Ray".

C. Excerpts:  re:  Port of New York Authority (from statements of various former governors).

F 78: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Sabotage (H. R.  3693).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3693:  "To authorize the Federal Government to guard strategic facilities against individuals believed to be disposed to commit acts of sabotage, espionage, or other subversion."  (GordonH. Scherer - Ohio). 



F 79: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  States Rights.

Correspondence:  re; The controversy over the Air Force Manuals; Federal Power over State's rights.

F 80: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  States Rights (H. R. 3).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3.

B. H. R. 3:  "To establish rules of interpretation governing questions of the effect of acts of Congress on States Laws".

C. Newsletter:  Low Down on Farm Affairs From Washington.  Vol. 6, No. 25 (June 29, 1959).

D. Newsletter:  Low Down on Farm Affairs From Washington.  Vol. 6, No. 26 (July 6, 1959).

E. Poem:  "The New Deal In Hell."

F 81: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Taxes (H. R. 7757).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7757:  "To implement the Constitution by amending title 4 of the United States Code."  (William L. McCulloch - Ohio).

F 82: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Taxes (H. R. 12235).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12235:  "To amend the act of September 14, 1959, with respect to sales and use taxes imposed by States on sales and other business activities in interstate commerce, and authorizing studies by congressional committees of this type of taxation."  (Emilio Q. Daddario - Connecticut).

F 83: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959-1960).  Taxes (H. J.  Res. 23).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 23; petitions.

B. H. J. Res. 23:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to abolishing personal income, estate, and gift taxes and prohibiting the U. S. Government from engaging in business in competition with its citizens."  (James B. Utt - California).

C. Petition:  re:  H. J. Res. 23.

F 84: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Taxes (H. J. Res.  33/S. J. Res. 67).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 33; S. J. Res. 67.

B. H. J. Res. 33:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution prohibiting a State from taxing certain income of a non-resident."  (Jugh J. Addonizio - New Jersey).

C. S. J. Res. 67:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to limit the power of the States and their political subdivisions to tax the salaries and wages of persons who are not domicilaries or residents thereof."  (Clifford P. Case - New Jersey).

F 85: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Thompson, John (H. R. 6074).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6074; Poems (See below).

B. H. R. 6074:  "For the relief of John Thompson."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

C. Poem:  "Red Cross Nurse."

D. Poem:  "United States Marine."

E. Poem:  "Machine Age."

F. Clipping:  "Wewokan Is Named In Poetry Book."

F 86: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  Threats to Federal Officers (H. R. 2998).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2998:  "To amend title 18 of the United States Code relating to threats or injury to Federal officers in the discharge of the duties."  (Steven B. Derounian - New York).

F 87: Judiciary, Committee on the (1958-1960).  Tilford, Nellie (H. R. 9795).

A. Correspondence:  re: H. R. 9795.

B. H. R. 9795:  "For the relief of Mrs. Nellie Tilford."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 88: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  "Un-American Activities" (H. R. 491, et al.).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 491; H. R. 1991; H. R. 1992; H. R. 2369; H. R. 2908; S. 294; S. 527; S. 1299; S. 1300; S. 1301; S. 1304; S. 1305; S. 1646.

B. H. R. 491:  "To amend section 2385 of title 18 of the United States Code, to define the tern `organize' as used in that section."  (William C. Cramer - Florida).

C. H. R. 1991:  "To amend section 2385, title 18, of the United States Code, to define the terms`advocate,' `teach,' `duty,' `necessity,' `force,' and `violence,' as used in that section."  (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

D. H. R. 1992:  "To repeal section 791 of title 18 of the United States Code so as to extend the application of Chapter 37 of title 18, relating to espionage and censorship."  (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

E. H. R. 2369:  Same title as H. R. 491 (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

F. H. R. 2908:  Same title as H. R. 491 (William M. McCulloch - Ohio).

G. S. 294:  "To amend title 18, United States Code, to authorize the enforcement of Sate statutes prescribing criminal penalties for subversive activities."  (styles Bridges - New Hampshire; Norris Catton - New Hampshire; Kenneth B. Keating - New York).

H. S. 527:  Same title as H. R. 491 (Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Styles Bridges - New Hampshire; Prescott Bush - Conneticut; James O. Eastland - Mississippi; Roman l. Hruska - Nebraska; Thomas E. Martin - Iowa; Thruston B. Morton - Kentuchy; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Herman E. Talmadge - Georgia; Strom Thurmond - South Carolina).

I. S. 1299:  "To protect the effectiveness of State anti-subversive laws against unintended Federal preemption."  (James O. Eastland - Mississippi).

J. S. 1300:  "To define the term `organize' as used in the Smith Act."  (James O. Eastland - Mississippi).

K. S. 1301:  "To make full disclosure respecting loyalty to the United States a condition of Government employment."  (James O. Eastland - Mississippi).

L. S. 1304:  "To broaden the application of the Summary Suspension Act of 1950."  (James O. Eastland - Mississippi).

M. S. 1305:  "To amend section 2385 of title 18 of the United States Code."  (James O. Eastland - Mississippi).

N. S. 1646:  Same title as H. R. 1992 (James O. Eastland - Mississippi).



F 89: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  War Claims Act (S. 672).

A. Correspondence:  re:  S. 672; Statement.

B. S. 672:  "To amend the War Claims Act of 1948, as amended, and the Trading with The Enemy Act, as amended, and the provide for the payment of certain American war damage claims and for the return of vested assets or the value thereof."  (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

C. Statement:  "Payment of American War Damage Claims and the Return of Vested Assets."  (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

F 90: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Warrant Officers Association (H. R. 10138).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10138:  "To incorporate the Warrant Officers Association of the United State of America."  (Joel T. Broyhill - Virginia).

F 91: Judiciary, Committee on the (1959).  World Refugee Year.

Correspondence:  re:  The Humphrey Amendment on World Refugee Year.

F 92: Judiciary, Committee on the (1960).  Wu, Chien-Min (H. R. 9794).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9794.

B. H. R. 9794:  "For the relief of Chien-Min Wu."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 

F 93: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1960).  Great Lakes Pilots (H. R. 10593/S. 3019).

A. Correspondence:  re:  10593; S. 3019.

B. H. R. 10593:  "To provide for certain pilotage requirements in the navigation of U. S. waters of the Great Lakes and for other purposes."  (Hubert C. Bonner - Noth Carolina).

C. S. 3019:  Same title as H. R. 10593 (Warren Magnuson - Washington).

F 94: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1960).  Pesticides (H. R. 11508/S. 3450).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11502; S. 3450.

B. H. R. 15502:  "To provide for advance consultation with the Fish and Wildlife Service and with State wildlife agencies before the beginning of any Federal program involving the use of pesticides or other chemicals designed for mass biological controls."  (Leonard G. Wolf - Iowa).

C. S. 3450.

F 95: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1960).  Pesticides (H. R. 12419).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12419:  "To provide for advance consultation with the Fish and Wildlife agencies before the beginning of any Federal program involving the use of pesticides or other chemicals designed for mass biological controls."  (Leonard G. Wolf - Iowa).

F 96: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1960).  Ship Mortgages (S. 3018).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 3018:  "To authorize the maritime Administration to make advances on Government insured ship mortgages."  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington). 

F 97: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1960).  Ship-building (H. R. 8093).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8093:  "To amend the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, in order to eliminate the six per centum differential applying to certain bid of Pacific coast shipbuilders."  (William M. Colmer - Mississippi).

F 98: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1960).  Wildlife Conservation.

Correspondence:  re:  Providing aid to Canada for the conservation of wildfowl.

F 99: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959- 1960).  Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service employees.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Recommendation to cut the ACP Program Legislation giving ASC county employees a 10 percent pay raise; Retirement, health insurance benefits; clippings.

B. Clipping:  "Civil Service Asks Federal Wage Revision."

F 100: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Armed Force Retirees (H. R. 5195).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5195:  "To define the status of retired members of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes."  (John R. Foley - Maryland).

F 101: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Air Mail.  Correspondence:  re:  Legislation pertaining to the transportation of mail; H. R. 9883.

F 102: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Air Mail (H. R. 9454).

Correspondence; re:  H. R. 9454:  "To clarify the law with respect to transportation of airmail, and for other purposes."  (Glenn Cunningham - Nebraska).

F 103: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Air Mail (H. R. 9488).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9488; Clipping.

B. H. R. 9488:  "To clarify the law with respect to transportation of airmail and for other purposes."  (Glenn Cunningham - Nebraska).

C. Clipping:  re:  The Unveiling of the national motto.

F 104: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Air Mail (H. R. 12595).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12595:  "To clarify the law with respect to transportation of airmail, and for other purposes."  (Glenn Cunningham - Nebraska).

F 105: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Commemorative Stamps.

Correspondence:  re:  The issuance of a United States postage stamp to recognize apprenticeship in industry.

F 106: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Committee.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Summaries of sundry bills.

B. Summaries:  re:  Sundry Bills.

C. Press Release:  re:  Statement on pay increases and postal rate increases by Tom Murray - Tennessee.

F 107: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Defense:  Civilian Employees (H. R. 6059).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6059.

B. H. R. 6059:  "To provide additional civilian positions for the Department of Defense for purposes of scientific research and development relating to the national defense, to improve the management of the activities of such department, and for other purposes."  (Tom Murray - Tennessee). 

C. Report no. 597 (To accompany H. R. 6059):  re:  "Additional Administrative and Scientific Research and Development Positions for the Department of Defense."  (James C. Davis - Georgia).

F 108: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Defense:  Overseas Schools (H. R. 1871).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1871:  "To govern the salaries and personnel practices applicable to teachers, certain school officers, and for other employees of the dependents schools of the Department of Defense in overseas areas, and for other purposes."  (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 109: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Defense:  Overseas Schools (H. R. 10695).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10695:  "To provide for the rotation in oversea assignments of civilian employees under the Defense Establishment having career-conditional and career appointments in the competitive civil service, and for other purposes."  (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 110: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Defense:  Overseas Schools (S. 96).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 96:  "To govern the salaries and personnel practices applicable to teachers, certain school officers, and for other employees of the dependant schools of the Department of Defense in overseas areas, and for other purposes."  (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

F 111: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Departmental.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Explanation to the Department's Distribution Guides system.

B. Data:  re:  "Guides for Employees Performing Basic Mail Handling Duties."

F 112: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Envelope Printing (H. R. 59).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 59:  "Prohibiting lithographing or engraving on envelopes sold by the Post Office Department, and for other purposes."  (Elford A. Cederberg - Michigan).

F 113: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959-1960).  General.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Article; Magazine.

B. Article:  "Mechanization of the Postal System."

C. Magazine:  Retirement Life (June 1960).

D. Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Census and Government Statistics.

F 114: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Health Benefits.

A. Correspondence:  re:  The Federal Employees' Health Benefits Program.

B. Article:  "Questions and Answers on Federal Health Plan."

F 115: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Health Benefits (H. R. 208).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 208:  "To provide for Government contribution toward personal health service benefits for civilian officers and employees in the United States service and their dependents, to authorize payroll deductions for participants, and for other purposes."  (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 116: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Health Benefits (H. R. 7712).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7712:  "To provide a health benefits program for Government employees."  (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 117: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Health Benefits (H. R. 6210).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8210; Statement.

B. H. R. 8210:  "To provide a health benefits program for Government employees."  (James H. Morrison - Lousiana).

F 118: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Health Benefits (H. R. 8827).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8827.

B. H. R. 8827:  "To provide a health benefits program for certain retired employees of the Government."  (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

C. News Release:  "Health Benefits Bill for Retired Federal Civil Employees Introduced by Neuberger."

F 119: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Health Benefits (H. R. 8838).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8838:  "To provide a health benefits program for certain retired employees of the Government."  (Morgan M. Moulder - Missouri).

F 120: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Health Benefits (S. 94).

A. Correspondence:  re:  S. 94.

B. S. 94:  "To provide for Government contribution toward personal health service benefits for civilian officers and employees in the U. S. Service and their dependents, to authorize payroll deductions for participants, and for other purposes."  (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

C. Bulletin (UNAPOC News...):  re:  "Hospitalization Hearings" (April 16, 1959).

F 121: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959- 1960).  Health Benefits (S. 2162).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Proposal on Health and Hospitalization for Government employees; S. 2162

B. S. 2162:  "To provide a health benefits program for Government employees."  (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon).

C. Article:  "House Action on Health Bill."

F 122: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959- 1960).  Health Benefits (S. 2575).

A. Correspondence:  re:  S. 2575; Resolutions.

B. S. 2575:  "To provide a health benefits program for certain retired employees of the Government."  (Richard L. Neuberger - Oregon; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Frank Carlson - Kansas; A. S. Mike Monroney - Oklahoma; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; William Langer - North Dakota; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; George A. Smathers - Florida; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Warren G. Magnuson - Washinton; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Homer E. Capehart - Indiana; John Marshall Butler - Maryland).

C. Analysis:  re:  Bill providing for health coverage for retired career Federal civil employees.

D. Remarks:  re:  "Health Coverage Needed For Retired Career Federal Civil Employees."

E. Resolution:  re:  Health Benefits.

F. Resolution:  re:  Appreciation to Congress.

F 123: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1959).  Holiday Pay Bill (H. R. 5752).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5752; Report.

B. H. R. 5752:  "To provide for absence from duty by civilian officers and employees of the Government on certain days, and for other purposes."  (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

C. Report No. 362 (To accompany H. R. 5752):  re:  "Observance of Legal Holidays by Federal Employees."  (Tom Murray - Oklahoma).

F 124: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1960).  Judicial Officer (H. R. 11516).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11516:  "To create a judical officer for the Post Office Department."  (Kathryn E. Granahan - Pennsylvania).

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