CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
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Box 42

Box 43: Eighty-sixth Congress:  Ways and Means

F 1: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Debt, national (H. R. 11773).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Editorial.

B. Editorial:  "Good luck, Tom, it's a start."

C. H. R. 11773:  "To amend section 21 of the Second Liberty Bond Act to provide for the retirement of the public debt."  (Tom Steed - Oklahoma).

F 2: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  General.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Railroad retirement bill; Short-term securities.

B. Newsletter:  Al Ullman Reports (June 1959).

C. Magazine (The Independent Petroleum Association of America Monthly):  re:  Article:  "Former Oklahoma Known, Respected on Capitol Hill."

F 3: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Interest Rates, Bonds.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Speech on interest rates; Resolution on tight money issue; Long-term bonds; Statement; Interest bond ceiling bill; Resolution on "Captive Nation's Week"; Removal of maximum interest rate limit on long-term bonds; Speech on savings bonds by Carl Albert.

B. Statement:  re:  Proposal to increase interest rates on long-term bonds (AFL-CIO).

C. Clipping:  "Better Late Than Never."

D. Clipping:  "Ike's Debt Policies Set Mike Burning."

E. Clipping:  "Democrats Win `I Told You So.'"

F. Clipping:  "Kerr About Faces on Interest Rate."

G. Advertisement:  re:  "New 3 3/4% interest on U. S. Savings Bonds."

H.  Clipping:  "Anderson to Consider 2 Financing Changes."

I. Booklet:  "Credit Expansion and Interest Rates."

F 4: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Interest Rates, Bonds (H. R. 10590).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10590; Editorial; Resolution.

B. H. R. 10590:  "Relating to interest rate restrictions on bonds of the United States." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Editorial:  "Where the Shoe Pinches."

D. Resolution:  re:  Interest rate restrictions.

F 5: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  Children/Education.  Correspondence:  re:  Legislation to benefit children who continue in school; Social Security Benefits.

F 6: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  Disability.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Legislation determining a person's eligibility for disability benefits.

B. Booklet:  "Disability and Social Security."

F 7: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  Disability (H. R. 9698).  H. R. 9698:  "To amend title II of the Social Security Act to provide that a fully insured individual may qualify for the disability`freeze' and for disability insurance benefits, in certain cases, with ten quarters of coverage."  (George M. Rhodes - Pennsylvania).

F 8: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Disability (H. R. 9793).  H. R. 9793:  "To amend title II of the Social Security Act to broaden the definition of `disability' for individuals sixty years of age or over, to eliminate the requirement that an individual must attain age fifty to qualify for disability insurance benefits, and to provide that disabled individuals may become entitled to widows' or widowers' insurance benefits without regard of age."  (Al Ullman - Oregon). 

F 9: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Education (Nonprofessionals) (H. R. 213). 

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 213.

B. H. R. 213:  "To provide additional time within which certain State agreements under section 218 of the Social Security Act may be modified to secure coverage for non-professional school district employees."  (Wright Patman - Texas). 

F 10: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Federal Employees (H. R. 3083/H. R. 3637). 

A. Correspondence:  re:  Social Security coverage to civil service employees; Civil Service retirement program.

B. H. R. 3083:  "To provide coverage under the old-age, survivors, and disability insurance system (subject to an election in the case of those currently serving) for all officers and employees of the United States and its instrumentalities."  (Ludwig Teller - New York).

C. H. R. 3637:  Same title as H. R. 3083.  (Leonard Farstein - New York).

F 11: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  General:  Correspondence.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Social Security Act; Funds for the General Assistance program; H. R. 36; Unemployment; Income taxes; H. R. 5700; H. R. 9070; Government economy.

B. Front page of H. R. 3652.

C. Last page of H. R. 4926.

D. Article:  "Social Security:  What's In It For You."

F 12: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  General:  Data.

A. Booklet:  "Bill Analysis."

B. Newsletter:  "What's Happening in Washington", February 15, 1960.

F 13: Ways and Means, Committee on (n.d.).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  General (H. R. 77).

A. H. R. 77:  "To provide a direct old-age pension of $75 a month for every citizen of the United States who is sixty-five years of age or over."  (Wright Patman - Texas).

B. Clipping:  "Bills of Interest to Older Folk Are Introduced in New Congress."

F 14: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Social Security/Old Age Pensions:  General (H. R. 1910).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1910:  "To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to remove the limitation upon the amount of outside income which an individual may earn while receiving benefits thereunder; to provide that full benefits thereunder, when based upon the attainment of retirement age, will be payable to men at age sixty and to women at age fifty-five; and to eliminate the requirement that an individual must have attained the age of fifty in order to become entitled to disability insurance benefits."  (Isidore Dollinger - New York).

F 15: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  General (H. R. 8442).  H. R. 8442:  "To amend title II of the Social Security Act, to provide full benefits (when based on retirement age) at age sixty for women and age sixty-two for men; to increase benefits and the amount of earnings on which benefits are computed; to provide more liberal terms and conditions for determinations of disability and entitlement to disability benefits; to provide hospitalization and surgical insurance; and for other purposes."  (John B. Bennett - Michigan). 

F 16: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  General (H. R. 12580). 

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12580).

B. H. R. 12580:  "To extend and improve coverage under the Federal old-age, survivors, and disability insurance system and to remove hardships and inequities, improve the financing of the trust funds, and provide disability benefits to additional individuals under such system; to provide grants to States for medical care for aged individuals of low income; to amend the public assistance and maternal and child welfare provisions of the Social Security Act; to improve the unemployment compensation provisions of such act; and for other purposes."  (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Report:  re:  H. R. 12580. 

D. Fact Sheet:  re:  H. R. 12580.

E. Excerpts from H. R. 12580.

F. Remarks:  re:  "Social Security Amendments of 1960."  (Wibur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 17: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  General (H. Con. Res. 604).  Correspondence:  re:  H. Con. Res. 604:  "Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the need for a revision of the Social Security program to make more adequate provision for needy aged persons."  (Cecil R. King - California).

F 18: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Social security legislation; H. R. 4700; Old Age and Survivors Insurance program; medical services; Social Security tax; Reduction in farm subsidies; H. R. 12580.

B. Clipping:  "Flemming Weighs Help For Aged III."

C. Clipping:  "Kerr Predicts Victory for Medical Aid Plan; Vows to Fight Social Security Approach."

D. Clipping:  "Kerr Denies Tie With Ike On Medic Aid."

E. Clipping:  "Javits to seek Senior Citizen Medical Car."

F 19: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Con (A - Ca).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700:  "To amend the Social Security Act and the Internal Revenue Code so as to provide insurance against the costs of hospital, nursing homes, and surgical service for persons eligible for old-age and survivors insurance benefits, and for other purposes."  (Aime J. Forand - Rhode Island).

F 20: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Con (Ch - Fi). 

A.  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Petition.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Petition:  re:  Protest of H. R. 4700.

F 21: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Con (Fo - H).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Resolution.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 4700.

F 22: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Con (J - M).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700.

F 23: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Con (N - 0).

A.  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. List:  re:  Oklahoma Blue Cross Member Councils.

D. Resolution:  re: H. R. 4700; Kennedy Bill.

E. Resolution:  "Opposition to Compulsory Social Security for Physicians." 

F. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 4700.

G. Resolution:  re:  American Economy; H. R. 4700.

F 24: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence: Con (P - S).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Resolution.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 4700.

D. Memorandum:  re:  H. R. 4700.



F 25: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Con (T - W and multi).

A.  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Resolution.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 4700.

F 26: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Pro (A - L).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Article.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Article:  "American Medical Association Marches on...Backwards!"

F 27: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence:  Pro (M - V).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Editorial; Social Security Act (see below).

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Editorial:  "Anything for Votes."

F 28: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Correspondence and Data.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4700; Statements; Booklet.

B. H. R. 4700.

C. Statement:  re:  "The Forand Bill and the Record of the AMA."

D. Booklet:  "The Pill That Could Change America."

E. Statement:  re:  H. R. 4700 (by:  Alfred T. Baker).

F 29: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Data.

A. Table:  "Study of the Aged Population in Oklahoma by County."

B. Newspaper:  Senior Citizens Sentinel, Vol. 18, No. 4 (April 1960).

C. Clipping:  "Flemming Is Grilled on Care of Aged Plan."

D. Clipping:  "Health Insurance:  Issue for the Fall."

E. Clipping:  "Eight Senators Push Medical Plan for Aged."

F. Clipping:  "Congress Likely to Adopt a Plan for Car of Aged."

G. Clipping:  "Rayburn Gives Views on Aged-Care Plan."

H. Clipping:  "Easy Does It."

I. Clipping:  "`Hill' Chafes at Delay on Medical Care Plan."

J.  Report:  re:  H. R. 4700.  Three copies.

K. Remarks:  re:  "The Forand Bill To Add Health Benefits to the Social Security Program."  (Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania).

L.  Editorial:  "Anything For Votes."

M. Leaflet:  "The Forand Bill... and What You Should Know About It."

N. Booklet:  "The Pill That Could Change America."

F 30: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Health Benefits (H. R. 4700).  Legislation.

H. R. 4700:  See file 19 for title and author.

F 31: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Individual Retirement Accounts (H. R. 9 and H. R. 10).  Correspondence.

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9; H. R. 10.

B. H. R. 9:  "To encourage the establishment of voluntary pension plans by self-employed individuals. (Richard M. Simpson - Pennsylvania).

C. H. R. 10:  Same title as H. R. 9. (Eugene J. Keogh - New York).

F 32: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Individual Retirement Accounts (H. R. 9 and H. R. 10).  Data.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Passage of H. R. 10.

B. H. R. 10: 

C. Report No. 64 (To accompany H. R. 10):  re:  "Self-employed Individuals Retirement Act of 1959."  (Eugene J. Keogh - New York). 

F 33: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Individual Retirement Accounts (H. R. 3507).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3507:  "To encourage the establishment of voluntary pension plans by self-employed individuals."  (Tom Steed - Oklahoma).

F 34: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Outside Earnings.  Correspondence:  re:  Social Security Act; Earning limitation between ages of 65 and 72.

F 35: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Outside Earnings (H. R. 502).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 502:  "To amend title I of the Social Security Act to provide that the first $50 per month of earned income shall not be taken into account in determining an individual's need for old-age assistance thereunder."  (Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma).

F 36: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Outside Earnings (H. R. 620).  Correspondence:  re: H. R. 620:  "To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to provide that deductions on account of earnings shall not be make in the case of beneficiaries who have attained retirement age."  (John H. Ray - New York).



F 37: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Retirement Age.  Correspondence:  re:  Legislation on Social Security/Social Security Act; Amendment to lower the retirement age to 60.

F 38: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Teachers.  Correspondence:  re:  Teachers not qualified for benefits under Social Security Act.

F 39: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Townsend Plan (H. R. 4000).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4000; Statement.

B. H. R. 4000:  "To amend title II of the Social Security Act to permit retirement by all persons in the United States at the age of sixty years with benefits that will assure full participation by elderly persons generally in prevailing national standards of living, to provide like benefits for disabled persons, and to provide benefits for certain female heads of families and for certain children; to provide for the establishment and operation of this system of social security by an equitable gross income tax; and for other purposes."  (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota).

C. Statement:  "The U. S. Playing With fire In the Name of Social Security."

F 40: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960). Social Security and Old Age Pensions:  Widows.  Correspondence:  re: Amendments to the Social Security Act.

F 41: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Tariff/Trade:  Casein (H. R. 7456).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7456; Statements.

B. H. R. 7456:  "To extend for three years the suspension of duty on imports of casein."  (John F. Baldwin - California).

C. Statement:  re:  H. R. 7456 (By: Ralston Purina Company).

D. Statement:  re:  H. R. 7456 (By: Archer Daniels-Midland Company).

F 42: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Tariff/Trade:  Coffee.  Correspondence:  re:  Legislation placing coffee imports under quotas.

F 43: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Tariff/Trade:  Cotton.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Cotton textile imports; Advertisement; Analysis; Report; Speech; Brief.

B. Advertisement:  re:  "Explosion" of textile imports.

C. Analysis:  re:  The Tariff Commission's Report on Imports of Articles Containing Cotton.

D. Report:  re:  Section 22 Investigation (By:  Commissioners Schreiber and Sutton).

E. Speech:  "Tariff Commission's Decision on Cotton Textile Imports."  (Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina).

F. Brief:  re:  Importation of Cotton Textiles (Section 22 - Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933).

F 44: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Tariff and Trade:  General.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Bulletin; Report; Clipping:  Foreign Competition in the glass industry; Quota limitation based on ration between imports and domestic production.

B. Bulletin:  re:  "The `Reciprocal' Trade Agreements." (October 1, 1959).

C. Report:  re:  Inflation.

D. Clipping:  "Flat Glass Industry Said `Hurt.'"

F 45: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Tariff and Trade:  General (H. Con. Res. 512).  Correspondence:  re:  H. Con. Res. 512:  "Expressing the sense of Congress that the United States should not grant further tariff reductions in the forthcoming tariff negotiations under the provisions of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1958, and for other purposes."  (Cleveland M. Bailey - West Virginia).

F 46: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Tariff and Trade:  Lead and Zinc (H. R. 7722).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7722:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to impose import taxes on lead and zinc."  (Howard H. Baker - Tennessee).

F 47: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Tariff and Trade:  Lead and Zinc (H. R. 11584).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11584:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to impose import taxes on lead and zinc."  (Howard H. Baker - Tennessee).

F 48: Ways and Means, Committee on (1958-1959).  Tariff and Trade:  Petroleum.  Correspondence:  re:  The oil import program; Reciprocal Trade Agreement; Defense Amendment.

F 49: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Antitrust Actions (S. 200).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 200:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to provide for non-recognition of gain or loss upon certain distributions of stock made pursuant to orders enforcing the anti-trust laws."  (J. Allen Frear, Jr. - Delaware).

F 50: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Taxes:  Bonds, State and Municipal.  Correspondence:  re:  Proposed regulations to tax state and municipal bonds held by life insurance companies; Threat of Federal Taxation of State and Municipal Bonds; The Life Insurance Company Income Tax Act of 1959.

F 51: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Taxes:  Co-ops.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Taxing of co-operatives; Repeal of excise tax co-operative advertising; Agricultural surplus problems.

B. Memorandum:  re:  "Unfair Compensation At Taxpayers' Expense."

C. Report:  re:  "Battle Joined on Taxation of Cooperative Corporations."

D. Clipping:  "Tax Laws Favoring Co-Ops Draw Fire."

F 52: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Co-ops (H. R. 3149/H. R. 5204).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3149; H. R. 5204; Statistics.

B. H. R. 3149:  "To equalize taxation and provide revenue."  (Thomas B. Curtis - Missouri).

C. H. R. 5204:  "To equalize taxation and provide revenue."  (Burr P. Harrison - Virginia).

D. Statistics:  re:  Comparative Statement of Earnings for 1957 of various commercial banks and savings and loan association.

F 53: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Taxes:  Depletion Allowance.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Domestic oil industry/problems of conservation; Statement on oil depletion; Lowered revenues; Curtailment of exploration; Leaflets; Tax matters; Percentage depletion on oil and gas production; Oil industry in Texas; Repeal of excise tax on telephone service.

B. Leaflet:  Oil and Gas Depletion Fact:  No. 2 - "Percentage Depletion and the Price of Gasoline."

C. Leaflet:  Oil and Gas Depletion Facts:  No. 1 - "Percentage Depletion and Cost of Finding Petroleum."

F 54: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Taxes:  Disabled.  Correspondence:  re:  Discussions on income tax structure; Proposed legislation permitting exemptions for the disabled.

F 55: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Taxes:  Dividends.  Correspondence:  re:  Elimination of personal income taxes on dividends; The 4 percent tax credit for shareholders; Internal Revenue Code.

F 56: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Educational Institutional, Contributions to (H. R. 2440/S. 2241). 

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2440; S. 2241.

B. H. R. 2440:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide funds for educational purposes by providing increased incentives for private giving through the allowance of a tax credit for charitable contributions to institutions of higher education."  (Frank Thompson, Jr. - New Jersey).

C. S. 2241:  Same title as H. R. 2440 (James E. Murray - Montana).

F 57: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Estate.  Correspondence:  re:  Amending Section 2031 (a); Estate Tax; Estate Tax Law/Foreign Immovables.

F 58: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Taxes:  Excise.  Correspondence:  re:  Repeal of excise tax on passenger fares and telephone service.

F 59: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Excise (H. R. 238, et. al.).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Repeal or reduction of the 8 percent Federal Excise Tax; H. R. 238; H. R. 2213; H. R. 2899; H. R. 3141; H. R. 3171; H. R. 3896; and S. 592.

B. H. R. 238:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to reduce the rate applicable to the first $1,000 of taxable income for taxable year 1958 and to repeal or reduce certain excise taxes."  (Melvin Price - Illinois).

C. H. R. 2213:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to increase the amount of the personal exemption for taxable year 1958 and to repeal or reduce certain excise taxes."  (Barratt O'Hara - Illinois).

D. H. R. 2899:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to increase the amount of the personal exemption for taxable year 1959 and to repeal or reduce certain excise taxes."  (Roland V. Libonati - Illinois).

E. H. R. 3141:  "To repeal the excise tax on amounts paid for communication services or facilities."  (William S. Broomfield - Michigan).

F. H. R. 3171:  Same title as H. R. 3141 (George M. Grant - Alabama).

G. H. R. 3896:  Same title as H. R. 3141 (Clifford Davis - Tennessee).

H. S. 592:  "To repeal all Federal retailers excise taxes, certain manufacturers excise taxes, and the excise taxes on facilities and services."  (William Langer - North Dakota).

F 60: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Taxes:  Excise:  advertising (H. R. 12536).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12536:  "Relating to the treatment of charges for local advertising for purposes of determining the manufacturers sale price."  (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 61: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Excise:  Gambling/Liquor (H. R. 8815).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8815:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to impose certain additional excise taxes on wagering and liquor, with the proceeds to be applied to the reduction of the national debt."  (Newell A. George - Kansas).

F 62: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Taxes:  Excise:  Hospitals (H. R. 5901).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5901:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to exempt nonprofit hospitals from certain excise taxes."  (Aime J. Forand - Rhode Island).

F 63: Ways and Means, Committee on (1960).  Taxes:  Excise:  Lighters (H. R. 8273).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8273; Memorandum.

B. H. R. 8273:  "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to suspend the manufacturers excise tax on mechanical lighters for cigarettes, cigars, and pipes," (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

C. Memorandum:  re:  Opposition to H. R. 8273.

F 64: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Excise:  Snooker - Billiards.  Correspondence:  re:  Legislation to remove the occupational tax from billiard and snooker tables.

F 65: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959).  Taxes:  Excise:  Telephone:  Correspondence (A - C).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Excise tax on telephone service; Public Law 75; Booklet; Leaflets; Editorial.

B. Booklet:  re:  "A Necessity, But...Taxed Like A `Luxury.'"

C. Leaflets:  re:  "This Tax Is Not Fair To You."

D. Editorial:  "Something Must Be Done About This."

F 66: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Taxes:  Excise:  Telephone:  Correspondence:  (D - H).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Federal excise tax on telephone service; leaflets.

B. Leaflets:  re:  "This Tax Is Not Fair To You."

F 67: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Taxes:  Excise:  Telephone:  Correspondence:  (J - M).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Federal excise tax on telephone service; Leaflets.

F 68: Ways and Means, Committee on (1959-1960).  Taxes:  Excise:  Telephone:  Correspondence (N - S).

A. Correspondence:  re; Resolution; Federal excise tax on telephone service; Insert; leaflets.

B. Resolution:  re:  Additional taxes as temporary emergency measures.

C. Insert:  re:  Personal telephone bill.

D. Leaflet:  re:  "This Tax Is Not Fair To You."

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