CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 49

Box 50: Eighty-seventh Congress:  Foreign Affairs - General.

F 1: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Canada.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Hearings on treaty with Canada pertaining to international co-operation in water resource development of the Columbia River basin; Booklet.

B. Booklet:  "Discussion of Coodinated Operation of Electric utility Systems in the Pacific Northwest in Conjunction with Canadian Storage."

F 2: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  China, Peoples, Republic of.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Socialized medical care; Immigrants from Red China; Prayer in Public Schools; Opposition of red China to United Nations; List.

B. Statement:  re:  Communist China in the United Nations (Committee of One Million).

C. List:  re:  Congressional Endorsers of Revised Committee of One Million Statement.

D. Clipping:  "GOP In Congress Fights Any Shift In Stand on China."

F 3: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Communism.  Correspondence:  re:  Threats of communism into the United States; Communist Party; Peace; Embargo; Kennedy Administration; letters from Thaddeus M. Machrowicz regarding Vincent B. Welch's article "Behind the Iron Curtain" which discusses Communism in Poland.

F 4: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Communism (H. J. Res. 444).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 444; Resolution.

B. H. J. Res. 444:  "Expressing declaration of will of the American people and purpose of their Government to achieve complete victory over the forces of the World Communist movement."  (Donal C. Bruce - Indiana).

C. Resolution:  re:  The "Will of the American People and Purpose of their Government to Achieve Complete Victory over the Forces of the World Communist Movement."

F 5: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Communism (H. J. Res. 447).  Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 447:  "Expressing a declaration of war against the 98 Communist Parties constituting the international Communist consiracy."  (John r. Pillion - New York).

F 6: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Communism (H. J. Res. 517/H. J. Res. 524).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 517; H. J. Res. 524.

B. H. J. Res. 517:  "Declaring that a state of conflict exists between the international Communist conspiracy and the Government and the people of the United States and making provisions to prosecute the same."  (Craig Hosmer - California).

F 7: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Communism (H. Con. Res. 421).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. Con. Res. 421; Articles.

B. H. Con. Res. 421:  "To prohibit training enemy military personnel or aiding Communist nations."  (Bruce Alger - Texas).

C. Article:  "Indignation - Texas Style."

D. Article:  "One, Two, Three - Surrender."

F 8: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Communism (H. Con. Res. 435).  Correspondence:  re:  H. Con. Res. 435:  "Providing that no funds will be appropriated for the purposes of training military personnel from any Communist country or any country dominated by the USSR."  (George M. Grant - Alabama).

F 9: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Congo/Katanga.  Correspondence:  re:  Communism and the United Nationas; Destruction of Katanga; UN Military action.

F 10: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Cuba:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (A - D).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Attempted Cuban invasion; Cuban situation; Blackmail/Fidel Castro; Article; Connally Amendment.

B. Article/Advertisement:  "Block the Castro Ransom Deal!"

C. Editorial:  "Who Is Going To Save Freedom."

F 11: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Cuba:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (E - Har).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Castro ransom deal/Blackmail (Exchange of bulldozers for prisoners); Cuban situation; Foreign Aid program.

B. Advertisement:  re:  "Block the Castro Ransom Deal."

C. Clipping:  re:  Castro Deal.

F 12: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Cuba:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (Has - Mc).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Article; Castro Ransom Deal; Clipping; Cuban situation; United Nations Special Fund.

B. Article:  re:  Communism.

C. Clipping: re:  Repeal of personal income tax.

F 13: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Cuba:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (Man - R).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Cuban situation; Castro ransom deal; Communism; Ballot; Resolution.

B. Ballot:  re:  United States Intervention into Cuba to stop communist military build-up.

C. Resolution:  re:  Fidel Castro's proposal.

D. Postcard/Poem:  "Where Are We Going?"

E. Leaflet:  "Why We Must ge the U.S. out of the UN and the UN out of the U. S."

F. Leaflet:  "The Truth...About the UN."

G. Leaflet:  UNESCO Is Deadly Menace To American Youth."

H. Leaflet:  "WANTED!/Earl Warren For Impeachment."

F 14: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Cuba:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (S - Y and multi).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Cuban situation; Castro's Ransom Deal/Blackmail; Communism.

B. Advertisement:  re:  "Block The Castro Ransom Deal."

F 15: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Cuba:  Correspondence:  Out-of-State and unidentified.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Chronology; Summary; President's statement on Cuba; Clipping; Cuban situation

B. Chronology:  re:  "Important Events in United States - Cuban Relations." 

C. Summary:  re:  "United States Policy Toward Cuba."

D. Clipping:  "GOP Is Asked To Halt Politicking Over Cuba."

F 16: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Cuba:  Data.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Administration; Communism; Cuban situation.

B. Clipping:  "Cuban Situation Calls for Action."

C. Clipping:  "Castro's Tractors Described By Adviser to Committee."

D. Clipping:  "The Bowles Affair."

E. Clipping:  "Accord Ends Import of Cuban Molasses."

F. Clipping:  "Capital Angry, Frustrated by Piracy in Air."

F 17: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Cuba (S. J. Res. 230).

A. Correspondence:  re:  S. J. Res. 230.

B. S. J. Res. 230:  "Expressing the determination of the United States with respect to the situation in Cuba." (John J. Sparkman - Alabama). 

C. Draft:  re:  S. J. Res. 230. 

D. Remarks:  re:  S. J. Res. 230 (Carl Alber - Oklahoma). 

F 18: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Cuba (H. J. Res. 886). 

A. H. J. Res. 886:  "Expressing the determination of the United States with respect to the situation in Cuba."  (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania). 

B. Report No. 2441 (To accompany H. J. Res. 886):  re:  "Expressing the Determination of the United States with Respect to the Situation in Cuba" (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania). 

F 19: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Disarmament. 

A. Correspondence:  re:  Clippings; Disarmament; Proprosal to create a permanent disarmament agency; Nuclear weapons and radioactive fallout.

B. Clipping:  re:  The Arms Control and Disarmament Act.

C. Clipping:  "Russia Urged To Call of 50 Megaton Bomb Test In Plea From White House."

F 20: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Disarmament (H. R. 7936/S. 2180).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7936; S. 2180; summaries; analysis; poster.

B. H. R. 7936:  "To establish a U. S. Disarmament Agency for World Peace and Security."  (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

C. S. 2180:  Same title as H. R. 7936 (Hubert H. Jumphrey - Minnesota; John J. Sparkman - Alabama; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; William Proxmire - Wisconsin).

D. Summary:  "Brief History of Government Steps to Organize U. S. Disarmament Efforts."

E. Analysis:  "Legislative Status of United States Disarmament Agency for World Peace and Security."

F. Summary:  "Objectives of the United States Disarmament Agency For World Peace and Security."

G. Summary:  "Facts About the Proposed United States Disarmament Agency For World Peace and Security."

H. Poster:  re:  "Nation's Press Supports U. S. Disarmament Agency Bill."

F 21: Foreign Affairs, Committee on. Dominican Republic.  Clipping:  "Trujillo Shot Dead by Assassins; His Regime Reports Army Rules; Dominican Crisis Studied by U.S."

F 22: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Foreign Aid:  Correspondence:  Colleagues and Departmental.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Cut in loan development; Foreign Aid; Booklet; Summaries.

B. Booklet:  "Aid in Action."

C. Summary:  "Major Features of 1961 Foreign Aid Bill."

D. Summary:  "Borrowing Authority For Foreign Aid Lending Principal Questions With Answers."

E. News Release:  "Better Use of Funds Urged By Foriegn Aid Supports."

F. Speech:  re:  "Prohibition of Aid to Communist Countries."

F 23: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Foreign Aid:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (A - M).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Foreign Aid Program; Communism; Foreign Development Loan Bill; American Indians; Clippings; Foreign Aid Appropriations Bill; Federal Aid to Education Advertisement; H. R. 7372; S. 1215.

B. Clipping:  "Indian Treaty Broken; Dam Draws Protest."

C. Clipping:  "Around The World."

D. Clipping:  "Chips on a Shoulder."

E. Clipping:  "U. S. `Committed' to Supply Communist China With Grain?"

F. Advertisement:  "Let's End Foreign Aid."

G. Clipping:  "Oklahoma Delegation Divides Along Party Lines on Aid Vote."

H. Clipping:  "Is There No End To Relief?"

F 24: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Foreign Aid:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (N - W and multi).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Foreign Aid Program; Clipping; Statements; Freer trade and aid to the developing nations; Ballot; Foreign Aid legislation; Communism; Foreign Policy.

B. Clipping:  "Tito Friendly to U. S. Enemies, Yugoslavia `Parallels Moscow.'"

C. Statement:  re:  Support of Economic Aid.

D. Opinion Ballot:  re:  "Should any of our foriegn aid go to Communist Countries."

E. Statement:  "A Free Enterprise Investment in Promoting the Economics of Under-developed Nations."

F 25: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Foreign Aid:  Correspondence:  Out-of-State.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Foreign aid appropriations bill; Mutual Security Bill; Communism; O. L. 480; Federal aid to education; Foreign aid program; clippings; Feed Grain Bill; Booklet; Foreign Assistance Act; Statements; Article; Proposal to permit long-range planning of the foreign aid program.

B. Statement:  Foreign Aid Bill.

C. Summary:  re:  Borrowing Authority in the Act for International Development.

D. Clipping:  "House Pressing Large Foreign Aid Cut."

E. Booklet:  "The Methodist Church on Peace and World Order."

F. Statement:  re:  Foreign Aid. 

G. Clipping:  "Rep. Albert Is Methodist."

H. Clipping:  "Priest Predicts Catholic Majority."

I. Article:  "Behind The Iron Curtain."

F 26: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Foreign Aid:  Data.

A. Clipping:  "Kerr Supports Kennedy's Progran for Foreign Aid."

B. Clipping:  "The Policy of Foreign Aid."

C. Clipping:  "Foreign Aid Progam Suffers Stiff Reverses In House and Senate."

D. Clipping:  "Give The President Authority He Needs."

E. Clipping:  "Foreign Aid:  A Look Ahead."

F. Clipping:  "Approval of Long-Range Foreign Aid an `Absolute Must,' Nixon Declares."

G. Clipping:  "Ike Backs Kennedy on Foreign Aid."

H. Clipping:  "U. S. Foreign Aims Held Misguided."

I. Clipping:  "The Foreign Aid Battle."

J. Clipping:  "Frustrating Ourselves."

K. Clipping:  "Conferees Vote Aid Plan But Bar Treasury Loans."

L. Clipping:  "Passman Defiant On Funds For Aid."

M. Clipping:  "Passman Noted as the Axeman of Aid Funds."

N. Clipping:  "Washington/On the Myths and Realities of Foreign Aid."

O. Remarks:  re:  Foreign Aid.

P. Article:  re:  "Revolving Fund Authority."

Q. Remarks:  re:  Foreign Aid.

R. Clipping:  re:  "Foreign Aid Authorization."

S. Clipping:  "The Policy of Foreign Aid."

T. Clipping:  "Reality Dictates Need For Foreign Aid."

F 27: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Foreign Aid:  Data.

A. Drafts/Speech:  re:  Foreign Aid Bill.

B. Draft/Speech:  re:  Aid to India.

C. Speech:  re:  Prohibition of Aid to Communist Countries.  3 copies.

D. Summary:  re:  "Aid Bill - House Floor/Probable Amendments."

F 28: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Foreign Aid (H. R. 7372).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7372:  "To promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States by assisting peoples of the world in their efforts toward exonomic and social development and internal and external security, and for other purposes."  (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

F 29: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Foreign Aid.  (H. R. 8400/S. 1983).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8400; S. 1983.

B. H. R. 8400:  "To promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States by assisting peoples of the world in their efforts towear economic and social development and internal and external security, and for other purposes."  (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

C. S. 1983:  Same title as H. R. 8400 (J. W. Fulbright - Arkansas).

D. Analysis:  re:  "Fiscal Differences Between S. 1983 and H. R. 8400 as passed by both Houses."

F 30: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Foreign Aid (S. 1215).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 1215:  "To amend the Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of 1951."  (J. W. Fulbright - Arkansas; George D. Aiken - Vermont).

F 31: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Foreign Dignitaries.  Correspondence:  re:  Teas For Heads of State; Problems with dignitaries' visits to the United States.

F 32: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Foreign Service Officers (H. R. 8147).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8147; Speech.

B. H. R. 8147:  "To establish a Foreign Service Officers' Training Corps."  (Horace Seeley - Brown, Jr. - Connecticut).

C. Speech:  re:  "Foreign Service Officers' Training Corps" (by:  Horance Seeley-Brown, Jr. - Connecticut).

F 33: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  General/Miscellaneous:  Correspondence:  Colleagues.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Press Release; Soviet commitment to withdraw nuclear weapons from Cuba.

B. Press Release:  re:  Legislative support to deal with Soviet-Communist agressions.

F 34: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  General/Miscellaneous:  Correspondence (A - G).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Resolutions; book entitled "The Time For Decision"; American Foreign Policy; Nuclear weapons; Communism; Connally Reservation; United Nations; Creation of a "League of Free Nations"; Address; Publication; Roosevelt Administration; Common Market Alliance (See below).

B. Resolution:  re:  International Affairs. 

C. Resolution:  re:  Cold War. 

D. Resolution:  re:  Communism; National Leaders.

E. Address:  re:  Foreign Policy; Communist imperialism (By:  Dean Rusk, Secretary of State).

F. Publication:  The Sun of the Americas.  Vol. 1, No. 2 (July 15, 1962).

F 35: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  General/Miscellaneous:  Correspondence (H - Z).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Natural resources development program; World affairs; National Economy; Cold War; United Nations bond legislation; Foreign Aid Policy; Communism; Clippings; Diplomatic recognition of Red China; Statement; Editorials; Newsletter; Communistic Activity in Cuba; Connally Reservation to American participation in the World Court; Ballot; Civil Rights; Walter McCarren Immigration Act; Welfare aids; Omnibus Agriculture Bill; Housing.

B. Clipping:  "Policy Makers Complacent Over Russia."

C. Statement:  re:  Creation and operation of a world-wide War Safety Control organization.

D. Editorial:  "Creating a War-Proof World."

E. Editorial:  "Electronics Are Ready Man is Unwilling."

F. Newsletter:  Military Research Letter (March 15, 1942).

G. Clipping:  "We Need Not Negotiate."

H. Clipping:  "Who told Whom What?"

I. Clipping:  "What You Can Do For Your Country."

J. Ballot:  re:  Supreme Court decisions on prayer in public schools and Communism.

K. Leaflet:  "The Reds Are Back in Hollywood!!!"

L. Leaflet:  "The `Genocide' Plat Tract."

M. Leaflet:  "U.S.A. Abolished by Decision of U.N. World Court!"

N. Leaflet:  "Why We Must get the U. S. out of the U.N. - and the U. N. out of the U.S."

O. Leaflet:  "Wanted!/Earl Warren For Impeachment."

F 36: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  General/Miscellaneous:  Data.

A. Clipping:  "M'Namara Moves To Block Leaks of Security Data."

B. Clipping:  "Nixon Calls Kennedy's Foreign Policy Weak."

C. Summary:  re:  "Termination of Assistance to Countries Which Expropriate U. S. Property." 

F 37: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Great Britain.  Correspondence:  re:  The "collusive conspiracy" notion of Great Britain; Book entitled, "Winston Churchill and the Second Front."

F 38: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Guatemala.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Guatemalan loan application; clippings.

B. Clipping:  "Revolution in Teaching."

C. Clipping:  "Ydigoras Regime in a Squeeze."

F 39: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  International Monetary Fund (S. 2824).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 2824:  "To amend the Bretton Woods Agreements Act to authorize the United States to participate in loans to the International Monetary Fund to strengthen the International monetary system."  (John J. Sparkman - Alabama).

F 40: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Israel.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Statement.

B. Statement:  "A Call For Peace" (American Israel Public Affairs Committee).

C. Clipping:  "Gary Has High Praise For New Israeli Nation."

F 41: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Laos/Southeast Asia.  Correspondence:  re:  American troops in the Asian situation; Allies/Defense; American Foreign Policy in Laos and Dutch New Guinea; Communism.

F 42: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  Latin America.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Program of assistance to the South American countries; Communism.

B. Clipping:  "Stevenson and Latins."

C. Clipping:  "Stevenson Puts Latin Gains First."

D. Clipping:  "Humphrey Scores Plan on Latin Aid."

E. Clipping:  "Munoz Marin Visits Kennedy, Urges Soild Latin Aid."

F. Photo/Clipping:  re:  "Kennedy Discusses Latin America."

F 43: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  NATO.  Correspondence:  re:  S. J. Res. 170, to authorize the participation in an international convention of representative citizens from the North Atlantic Treaty nations to promote greater political and economic cooperation among the NATO countries.

F 44: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Outer Mongolia.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to establishing diplomatic relations with Outer Mongolia.

B. Clipping:  "These Days...Mongolia."

F 45: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Peace Corps.  Correspondence:  re:  Peace Corps; Religion.

F 46: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961).  Peace Corps (H. R. 65).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 65:  "To create and prescribe the functions of a Peace Corps."  (Charles E. Bennett - Florida).

F 47: Foreign Affairs, Committee on. Peace Corps (H. R. 10700). 

A. H. R. 10700:  "To amend the Peace Corps Act."  (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

B. Analysis:  re:  H. R. 10700.

F 48: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Philippines.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Readjustment Act of 1949; Philippine/United States situation.

B. Resolution:  re:  Philippines.

C. Affidavit:  re:  Japanese - American War in the Philippines. 

D. Resolution:  re:  Wartime Workers.

F 49: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Philippines (H. R. 8617/H. R. 11721).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8618; H. R. 11721.

B. H. R. 8617:  "To authorize the payment of the balance of awards for war damage compensation made by the Philippine War Damage Commission under the terms of the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of April 30, 1946, and to authorize the appropriation of $73,000,000 for that purpose."  (Clement J. Zablicki - Wisconsin).

C. H. R. 11721:  Same title and author as H. R. 8617.

D. Summary:  "Philippine War Damage Bill."

E. Summary:  re:  "Payment of Balance of Awards under Philippine Rehabilitation Act of April 30, 1946" (H. R. 11721).

F 50: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Philippines (H. R. 11825).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11825.

B. H. R. 11825:  "To provide full settlement of the awards for war damage compensation made by the Philippine War Damage Commission by authorizing the payment to the Philippine Government of a sum to be administered as a development grant under title II of Chaper 2 of the Act for International Development of 1961."  (Robert R. Barry - New York).

C. Testimony:  "Philippine War Damage Claims" (by:  Robert R. Barry).

F 51: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Russia.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Statement.

B. Statement:  re:  Eastern Europe; U. S. and its international policy with the Soviet Bloc (by:  William R. Tyler).

C. Speech:  "Haven't We Learned Anything From Yalta, Teheran? Senator Capehart Asks in Connection With President Kennedy's Proposal for Space Partnership with Russia" (Homer E. Capehart - Indiana). 

D. Clipping:  "Threat of War Is Again in the Air as New East-West Crisis Develops."

F 52: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  State, Department of.  Correspondence:  re:  Disarmament Plans; Conflicts between Russia and the United States; Foreign Policy.

F 53: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  Tuna, Tropical (S. 2568).

A. S. 2568:  "To amend the Act of September 7, 1950, to extend the regulatory authority of the Federal and State agencies concerned under the terms of the Convention for the establishment of an Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission, signed at Washington May 31, 1949, and for other purposes."  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).  1 copy.

B. Report No. 2409 (To accompany S. 2568):  re:  "Conservation of Tropical Tuna" (Armistead I. Selden, Jr. - Alabama). 

F 54: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  United Nations:  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (A - Ma).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to the purchase of the United Nations bonds; Removal of the United Nations from the United Sates; Opposition and support to U. S. participation in the United Nations; Article; Postal rate increase; National Education Association; Communism; clipping; Peace Corps; foreign aid programs.

B. Article:  "UNESCO - Communism's Trap For Our Youth."

C. Clipping:  "First Things Last."

F 55: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  United Nations Correspondence:  Oklahoma (Mo - W).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Purchase of United Nations bonds by the United States; Communism; Foreign Policy; Editorials; Clipping; leaflets.

B. Editorial:  Representatives Who Don't."

C. Editorial:  "We Stand Corrected, Partially."

D. Clipping:  "Sooner Solons Eye UN Bond Purchase With Grudging Approval."

E. Leaflet:  "Wanted!/Earl Warren For Impeachment."  2 copies.

F. Leaflet:  "UNESCO Is Deadly Menace To American Youth." 2 copies.

G. Leaflet:  "Why We Must Get the U. A. ou the the UN and the UN out of the U.S."  2 copies.

H. Leaflet:  "The Truth...About the UN."  2 copies.

I. Leaflet:  "The United Nations Bonds."

J. Clipping:  "Students Awarded for Lincoln Essays."

F 56: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  United Nations:  Correspondence:  Out-of-State.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Purchase of United Nations bonds; Trade Expansion Act of 1962 (H. R. 9900); Resolutions; Address; Summary; UNESCO Treaty.

B. Resolution:  re:  "United Nations Bond Issue."

C. Resolution:  re:  "Trade Expansion Act of 1962."

D. Address:  "Crisis and Clarity" (by:  Harlan Cleveland, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs).

E. Summary:  re:  UN Katanga Action; Berlin; The Republic of South Africa; Indian Aggression.

F. Polls:  re:  Support of the United Nations.

F 57: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  United Nations Data.

A. Excerpts:  re:  The Situation in the Congo; The Financial Crisis; Limited Progress on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Disarmament; Agreement on West New Guinea; Decade of Development to Eradicate Economic Causes of Unrest; General Assembly Reform Desirable; The "Crisis of Confidence" Is A Passing Phase.  helping Economic Development Firm Foundation for UN (From:  the Introduction To the Annual Report of the Secretary-General on the Work of the Organization/June 16, 1961 - June 15, 1962).

B. Article:  re:  United Nations/political and security council affairs.

C. Clipping:  re:  Purchase of UN Bonds.

F 58: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  United Nations UNESCO. 

A. Correspondence:  re:  Leaflet; Remarks; Opposition to repeal of Connally amendment.

B. Leaflet:  "UNESCO Is Deadly Menace To American Youth."

C. Leaflet:  "The Truth...About the UN."

D. Remarks:  "UNESCO Renounced/Commission Member Resigns" (H. R. Gross - Iowa).

F 59: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  United Nations (H. R. 9508/H. J. Res. 595/H. J. Res. 596).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9508; H. J. Res. 595; H. J. Res. 596.

B. H. R. 9508:  "To prohibit the purchase by the United States of bonds issued by the United Nation, and to suspend all appropriations for payment by the United States of expenses of the United Nations so long as other nations are delinquent in payment of their share of the expenses of that organization." (Edward J. Derwnski - Illinois).

C. H. J. Res. 595:  "Providing that the United States shall make no loans or grants to the United Nations until all members of the United Nations have paid in full their assessed share of the costs of the operations of the United Natios, including the expenses of operations in the Congo and Gaza Strip."  (H. R. Gross - Iowa).

D. H. J. Res. 596:  Same title as H. J. Res. 595 (Don L. Short - North Dakota).

F 60: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  United Nations (H. R. 9567/H. R. 9905).

A. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9567; H. R. 9805.

B. H. R. 9567:  "To rescind and revoke membership of the United States in the United Nations and the specialized agencies thereof, and for other purposes."  (James B. Utt - California).

C. H. R. 9905:  Same title as H. R. 9567 (Bruce Alger - Texas).

F 61: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  United Nations (S. 2768).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 2786:  "To promote the foreign policy of the United States by authorizing the purchase of United Nations bonds and the appropriation of funds thereof."  (John J. Sparkman - Alabama).

F 62: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962).  War Claims Act (S. 2618).

A. Correspondence:  re:  S. 2618; News Release.

B. S. 2618:  "To amend the War Claims Act of 1948, as amended to provide for certain World War II losses."  (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

C. News Release:  "American, Japanese Cities Affiliate As `Sisters.'"

F 63: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1961-1962).  World Court (Connally Amendment).  Correspondence:  re:  Support of Connally Amendment; World Court Jurisdiction; Bricker Amendment; Communism.

F 64: Foreign Affairs, Committee on. Yugoslavia.  "Suggested Remarks For Congressman Albert." 

F 65: General (1961).  Correspondence:  Colleagues.

A. Correspondence:  re:  Statement; Brochure.

B. Statement:  re:  International Trade Fair (B. Everett Jordan - North Carolina).

C. Brochure:  re:  North Carolina Trade Fair (October 12-21, 1961).

F 66: General (1961-1962).  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (A - D).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Berlin situation; H. R. 7300; Federal Aid to Education; S. 909; H. R. 4222; h. R. 6400, Communism; Housing Bill; Socialism; Increase in postal rates; legislation to aid depressed areas; Health benefits under Social Security; Minimum Wage; Agricultural programs; Interstate Highway system; Medical care for the elderly; Mutual Security appropriations bill; Inflation; H. R. 4970; H. R. 6433; H. R. 2955; National economy/federal budget; UNESCO treaty; Public Law 566 (Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act); H. R. 6542; clippings

B. Clipping:  "The Jobless."

C. Clipping:  "Little Hope Held For Needy Areas."

D. Clipping:  "Debate Foes Call Right-to-Work Plan `Basic Right,' `Marx-Designed Theory.'"

E. Clipping:  "Strike Against Labor Suggested."

F. Article:  "What Is To Be Done?"

G. Article:  "Pledges vs. Policies."

H. Clipping:  re:  Social Security taxes; Medical aid.

I. Clipping:  "Congress Says Kennedy Is Rising in Popularity But His Program Isn't."

F 67: General (1961-1962).  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (E - L).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Federal Aid to Education; Omnibus Farm Bill; Social Security; Clippings; Resolutions; "Back-door spending" in the Federal Government; "Right-to-Work Lay"; Connally Amendment; Foreign aid; Leaflet; Kennedy's Youth Fitness Program; S. J. Res. 12, Mundt Amendment; S. 1, Douglas Bill; S. 6; S. 9; Small business; Upper Colorado Transmission System; National economy; Communist Party; H. R. 2302; Medical aid; Socialism; H. R. 6400; H. R. 7300.

B. Clipping:  "Departments Approve Shipping Military Machines to Soviets."

C. Resolutions:  re:  National Matters.

D. Clipping:  re:  Taxes; National Budget.

E. Leaflet:  "Conservatism is Patriotism."

F. Clipping:  "U. S. Spending Playing Into Soviet Hand."

F 68: General (1961-1962).  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (M - O).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Communism; Federal aid for education Farm Program; Foreign Aid; Federally financed medical assistance; Proposed exchange of tractors for the prisoners of the attempted Cuban invasion; Federal funds for research; "Back-door' financing; H. R. 4222; S. 909; S. 1072; H. R. 4999; S. 917; H. R. 4742; Minimum wage; Taxes; Unemployment Compensation; inflation; article; Bill on juvenile delinquency control; space program; House Un-American Activities Committee; "Law of the Seas" bill; Connally Amendment; H. R. 7300; H. R. 6418, general education bill; National economy; clipping; Resolutions; Nursery industry; small business.

B. Article:  re:  Inflation/national Budget.

C. Clipping:  "You Can't Buy People."

D. Resolution:  re:  The Kennedy Administration.

E. Resolution:  re:  Opposition to the Solicitor's Office to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

F. Resolution:  re:  Establishment of a Judge Advocate General's Corps as a part of the Navy's organization.

F 69: General (1961-1962).  Correspondence:  Oklahoma (P - W).

A. Correspondence:  re:  Clippings; National economy; Retirement legislation; H. R. 6027; Inflation; Health Plan; Federal Aid to Education; Agriculture Bill; H. R. 2955; House Un-American Activities Committee; Communism; Resolution; Unemployment compensation; legislation on medical care to the aged; Housing Bill; Connally Amendment; Cold War; Berlin Situation; S. 710; Social Security.

B. Cartoon/Clipping:  re:  Federal School Aid.

C. Clipping:  "Of, By and For the Bureaucrats."

D. Resolution:  re:  Communism; Kennedy Administration.

E. Clipping:  "Forget Cuba, Salinger Tells State Editorials."

F 70: General (1961-1962).  Correspondence:  Out-of-State.

A. Correspondence:  Kennedy Administration; S. 2451; Legislation on federal assistance in the construction of veterinary medical educational facilities; National economy; Social Security program; Communism; Federal aid to Education; United Nations' bonds; national defense; Foreign Aid; Government Power Organizations; leaflet; Editorial; Housing; Minimum wage Laws; Civil Rights laws.

B. Leaflet:  re:  Federal aid to medical education.

C. Editorial:  "The Big-Brother Bureaucracy."

F 71: General. Data.

Clipping:  "Summer Vacation for Congressmen Rejected in Poll by a Cool Majority."

F 72: General (1961).  Oklahoma State Legislature:  Correspondence:  Enrolled Senate Resolution No. 14; Proposal to restrict the sale of packaged medicine.

F 73: General (1961).  Oklahoma State Legislature:  House Resolutions.

A. Resolution No. 507:  re:  Social Security Act.

B. Resolution No. 523:  re:  "The people of the Chickasaw Indian Tribe to orgainze and conduct their tribal affairs in a free democratic manner."

C. Resolution No. 529:  re:  Oil industry in Oklahoma.

D. Resolution No. 539:  re:  Legislation to aid the American Indian and to give full assistance to speed up the settlement of Indian claims.

E. Resolution No. 554:  re:  Income Tax.

F. Resolution No. 555:  re:  Appointment of William K. Shibley as "Goodwill Ambassador Without Portfolio."

F 74: General (1961).  Oklahoma State Legislature:  Senate Resolutions.

A. Resolution No. 2:  re:  Social Security Act.

B. Resolution No. 9:  re:  The relocation of roads in and around reservoir construction areas.

C. Resolution No. 11:  re:  Federal income taxes.

D. Resolution No. 12:  re:  Proposal for enlargement of the Committee on Rules.

E. Resolution No. 16:  re:  Federal Aid; Highway laws.

F. Resolution No. 23:  re:  An income tax exemption for home improvements.

G. Resolution No. 30:  re:  Balancing the expenditures and income of federal government.

H.  Resolution No. 35:  re:  Flooding damage/prevention; Water pollution prevention.



F 75: General (1961).  Oklahoma State Legislature:  Newsletters.

A. Newsletter (Oklahoma State Legislative Bulletin) Bulletin "G" (February 17, 1961).

B. Newsletter Bulletin "F" (February 10, 1961).

C. Newsletter Bulletin "I" (March 3, 1961).

D. Newsletter Bulletin "J" (March 10, 1961).

E. Newsletter Bulletin "K" (March 17, 1961).

F. Newsletter Bulletin "L" (March 24, 1961).

G. Newsletter Bulletin "M" (March 31, 1961).

H. Newsletter Bulletin "N" (April 7, 1961).

I. Newsletter Bulletin "P" (April 21, 1961).

J. Newsletter Bulletin "Q" (April 28, 1961).

K. Newsletter Bulletin "R" (May 5, 1961).

L. Newsletter Bulletin "S" (May 12, 1961).

M. Newsletter Bulletin "T" (May 18, 1961).

N.  Newsletter Bulletin "U" (May 26, 1961).

O. Newsletter Bulletin "V" (June 2, 1961).

P. Newsletter Bulletin "W" (June 9, 1961).

Q. Newsletter Bulletin "X" (June 16, 1961).

F 76: General (1961).  Oklahoma State Legislature:  Miscellaneous.

A. Correspondence:  re:  House Bill No. 593.

B. House Bill No. 593:  re:  The conservation development and utilization of water resources.

C. Resolution:  re:  Social Security Act.

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