CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 51

Box 52: Eighty-seventh Congress: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Post Office and Civil Service.

F 1: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Radio.  Correspondence:  re:  daytime broadcasting stations; legislation permitting daylight broadcasting stations to operate at least from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

F 2: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Radio (H. R. 2745).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2745 (See below).

b. H. R. 2745:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934, with respect to the hours of operation of certain broadcasting stations." (Thomas G. Abernethy - Mississippi).

F 3: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Radio (H. R. 4749).

a.  Correspondance: re:  H. R. 4749 (See below).

b. H. R. 4749:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934, with respect to the hours of operation of certain broadcasting stations."  (Morgan M. Moulder - Missouri).

F 4: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Radio (H. R. 8210).

a. Correspondance: re:  H. R. 8210.

b. H. R. 8210:  "To amend the Commuications Act of 1934, as amended."  (John Dingell - Michigan).

c. Remarks:  "Radio Clear Channels:  A Defence Resource" (J. Carlton Loser - Tennessee).

d. Speech:  "The Clear Channel Case -- Preservation of Radio Clear Channels with Higher Power" (John B. Bennett - Michigan).

e. List:  "I-A Clear Channel Radio Broadcasting Stations Operating in the United States."

f. List (partial), re organizations supporting H. R. 8210.

g. Statement, re H. R. 8210 (Herschel D. Newsom).

h. Map:  location of type "B" Radion Service in the United States.

F 5: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Radio (H. Res. 714).  Correspondance re H. Res. 714:  "Expressing the sense of the House of Representitives with respect to the authorization by the Federal Communications Commission of class I-A clear channel operations."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 6: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Railroads.

a. Correspondence:  re:  resolutions, legislation favoring truck freight transportation over railroads, railroad industry, notes and clipping.

b. Resolution:  re:  railroad operating unions and contract negotiations.

c. Resolution:  re:  S. 2573.

d. Notes:  re:  financial position of railroad industry.

e. Clipping:  "The Plight of the Railroads."

F 7: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Railroads:  Railroad Retirement.

Correspondence:  re:  amendemnt to the Railroad Retirement Act; proposal to lower the age at which one qualifies for a pension from sixty-five to sixty-two.

F 8: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Railroads:  Railroad Retirement (H. R. 8597/S. 2395).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8597 and S. 2395 (See below).

b. H. R. 8597:  "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide reduced annuities to male employees who have attained age 62, and for other purposes."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).  Four copies.

c. S. 2395:  Same title as H. R. 8597.  (Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota).

F 9: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Satellite Communications (H. R. 11040).

a. H. R. 11040:  "To provide for the establishment, ownership, operation and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system, and for other purposes."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

b. Statement:  Carl Albert, re:  Communications Satellites (H. R. 11040).  Two copies.

F 10: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Satellite Communications (S. 2814).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 2814:  "To provide for the establishment, ownership, operation and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system and for other purposes."  (Robert S. Kerr - Oklahoma; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 11: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Television.

a. Correspondence:  re:  resolution below.

b. Resolution:  re:  television legislation.

c. Article:  re:  Section 315 of the Communications Act.

d. Statement:  Frank Stanton, President, Columbia Broadcasting System, "Suspend 315."

F 12: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Television, Educational (H. R. 132).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 132, clippings, booklet.

b. H. R. 132:  "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).

c. Clipping:  "Educational Television in College."

d. Cartoon/Clipping:  re:  school construction.

e. Clipping:  "Federal Funds for Extension of Education TV Said Possible."

f. Clipping:  "New Series Will Debut on Educational Channel."

g. Clipping:  "TV Viewers Go to College."

h. Clipping:  "One Source of Funds for Program Halted."

i. Report:  re:  ETV legislation.

F 13: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Television, Educational (H. R. 8031).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8031, news release.

b. H. R. 8031:  "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 in order to give the Federal Communications Commission certain regulatory authority over television receiving apparatus."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. News Release:  "92% of Televiewers Outside of Range of Commercial UHF, EIA Survey Reveals."

d. House Report 1559 (H. R. 8031):  "All-Channel Television Receivers."

e. Outline:  re:  H. R. 8031.

F 14: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Television, Educational (H. R. 9267).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9267, clipping.

b. H. R. 9267:  "To place certain limitations on the authority of the Federal Communications Commission to delete previously assigned very high frequency television channels, to give the Commission certain regulatory authority over television receiving apparatus and for other purposes."  (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

c. Clipping:  "Switch to UHF Would Mark End Television Reception for Idabel."

F 15: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Trading with the Enemy Act (H. R. 3460).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3460:  "To amend section 9 (a) of the Trading with the Enemy Act, as amended."  (Leo W. O'Brien - New York).

F 16: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Trading with the Enemy Act (H. R. 9045). 

a. H. R. 9045:  "To amend the Trading with the Enemy Act, as amened."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

b. House Report 2091 (H. R. 9045):  "Amending the Trading with the Enemy Act."

F 17: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961).  Traffic Safety.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Legislation (Proposed in 1956) establishing a speed limit of 60 mph; hearings on H. R. 903 to establish safety standards for vehicles moving in interestates commerce; and federal motor vehicles and safety programs.

b. Summary:  re:  Congress and the Omnibus Farm Bill.

F 18: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1961-1962).  Traffic Safety (H. R. 1341).

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

b. House Report 2112 (H. R. 1341):  "Safety Standards for Government Passenger-Carrying Motor Vehicles."



F 19: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Transportation Systems (H. R. 11584/S. 3243).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11584; S. 3242; resolution.

b. H. R. 11584:  "To provide for strengthening and improving the national transportation system, and for other purposes."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

c. S. 3242:  Same title as h. R. 11584.  (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

d. Resolution:  re:  Support for H. R. 11584/S. 3242.

F 20: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1962).  Transportation Systems (S. 2560).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 2560:  "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and for other purposes."  (George A. Smathers - Flordia).

F 21: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Agency Prejudging (H. R. 10058).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10058:  "To amend the Administrative Procedures Act, to prohibit Federal agencies from issuing prejudging public statements on pending cases."  (David S. King - Utah).

F 22: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Anti-trust (S. 167).

a. S. 167:  "To authorize the Attorney General to compel the production of documentary evidence required in civil investigations for the enforcement of the anti-trust laws, and for other purposes."  (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee).

b. Summary:  re:  Civil Process Act (Civil Investigative Demand) S. 167.

c. Clipping:  "Amending the Immigration and Nationality Act."  Two copies.

F 23: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Anti-trust:  Automobiles (H. R. 71).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 71; clipping.

b. H. R. 71:  "To supplement the anti-trust laws of the United States against restraint of trade or commerce by preventing manufacturers of motor vehicles from financing and insuring the sales of their products."  (Emanual Cellar - New York).

c. Clipping:  "Solon Questions GM `Pressure.'"

F 24: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961-1962).  Anti-trust:  Drugs (H. R. 6345/S. 1552).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6245; S. 1552.

b. H. R. 6245:  "To amend and supplement the anti-trust laws with respect to the manufacture and distribution of drugs, and for other purposes."  (Emanuel Celler - New York).

c. S. 1552:  Same title as H. R. 6345.  (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee).

d. Booklet:  "The Public's Health and Senate Bill 1552."

F 25: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Anti-trust:  Labor Unions.  Correspondence:  re:  Proposal that anti-trust laws should be applied to labor unions.

F 26: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Anti-trust:  Labor Unions (H. R. 9554).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9554:  "To amen the anti-trust laws to prohibit certain activities of labor organizations in restraint of trade, and for other purposes."  (Don L. Short - North Dakota).



F 27: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Anti-trust:  Labor Unions (S. 2573).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 2573; broadcast.

b. S. 2573:  "To amend the anti-trust laws to prohibit certain activites of labor organizations in restraint of trade, and for other purposes."  (John L. McClellan - Arkansas; Harry Flood Byrd - Virginia; Wallace F. Bennett - Utah; Strom Thurmond - South Carolina; Carl T. Curtis - Nebraska; Francis Case - South Dakota).

c. Broadcast No. 391 (Manion Forum):  re:  S. 2573 (March 25, 1962).

F 28: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Anti-trust:  Railroads (S. 3097).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 3097; article.

b. S. 3097:  "To amend section 7 of the Clayton Act to give full force and effect to the operation of the provisions of that section applicable to certain railroad consolidation mergers until December 31, 1963, and for other purposes."  (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; E. L. (Bob) Bartlett - Alaska; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Mrs. Margaret Chase Smith - Maine).

c. Article:  "A Growing Threat to Railroad Jobs."

F 29: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Bohanan, Luther, Nomination.

a. Clipping:  "Kerr Patience Growing Thin on Judge's Job."

b. Clipping:  "Judge Post Decision Due."

F 30: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Capital Punishment.  Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to capitol punishment in Oklahoma.

F 31: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961-1962).  Claims (H. R. 9382).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9382:  "To amend the Assignment of Claims Act of 1940, as amended, with respect to priority of assignments." (Bob Wilson - California).

F 32: Judiciary, Committee on the.  Committee Materials.  Booklet:  "Rules of the Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee No. 2."

F 33: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Congressional Districts (H. R. 4068).

a. H. R. 4068:  "To require the establishment of congressional districts composed of continguous and compact territory for the election of Respresentatives, and for other purposes." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

b. Clipping:  "Districting Law Fought by Celler."

F 34: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Constitution Day (S. J. Res. 217).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. J. Res. 217; Booklet.

b. S. J. Res. 217:  "Making the 17th Day of September in each year a legal holiday to be known as `Constitution Day.'" (Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois).

c. Booklet:  "The Foundations of American Liberty."

F 35: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Copyrights, Musical (H. R. 70).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 70; leaflets.

b. H. R. 70:  "To require jukebox operations to pay royalty fees for the use of the musical property of composers, authors, and copyright owners."  (Emanuel Celler - New York).

c. Leaflet:  "Why Congress Must Act to STOP the `Legalized Piracy' of Copyrighted Music by the Jukebox Syndicate."

F 36: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Delaware River Basin Compact (H. J. Res. 225).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 225; Report.

b. H. J. Res. 225:  "To grant the consent of Congress to the Delaware River Basin Compact and to enter into such compact on behalf of the United States, and for other purposes."  (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

c. Report:  "Delaware River Compact Problems."

F 37: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  District of Columbia.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposed amendment giving the citizens of the District of Columbia the right to vote in elections of President and Vice-President; juvenile court system in the District of Columbia; editorial.

b. Editorial:  "Child Rescue Operation."

F 38: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Durant Court (H. R. 6983).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6983:  "To provide for a term of the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma to be held at Duncan, Oklahoma."  (Victor Wickersham - Oklahoma).

F 39: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Electoral College.

a. Correspondence:  re:  method of electing the President and Vice-President/Electoral College System; reform of the Electoral College.

b. Proposal:  re:  revising the system of electing a President of the United States.

c. H. J. Res. 24:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the popular election of President and Vice-President of the United States."  (John F. Baldwin - California).

d. H. J. Res. 25:  Same title as H. J. Res. 24 (Charles E. Bennett - Florida).

e. H. J. Res. Same title as H. J. Res. 24 (William S. Broomfield - Michigan).

f. H. J. Res. 46:  "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of President and Vice-President." (Joe M. Kilgore - Texas).

g. Committee Print/Memorandum:  re:  Electoral College.

h. Clipping:  "Senate Inquiry Calls Elector Who Defected."

F 40: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Equal Rights.  Correspondence:  re:  equal legal rights legislation.

F 41: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  "Freedom Riders."

a. Correspondence:  re:  Federal intervention in racial uprisings; John F. Kennedy and the Electoral college; Roman Catholics; "Freedom Riders."

b. Clipping:  "Sit-ins Made-to-Order for Reds, Hoover Says."

c. Clipping:  "Free Riders Get Blast."

F 42: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Gambling (H. R. 7384/S. 2182)

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7384; S. 2182; resolution; report.

b. H. R. 7384:  "To amend title 18 of the United States Code to make it a crime to use any instrumentality of commerce or the mails, or to travel in commerce, in order to rig or fix any amateur or professional athletic contest or event."  (Herbert Zelenko - New York).

c. S. 2182:  "To amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit schemes in interstate or foreign commerce to influency by bribery the outcome of sporting contests, and for other purposes."  (Kenneth B. Keating - New York).

d. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 7384; S. 2182.

e. Report:  re:  H. R. 7384; S. 2182.

F 43: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  General/Miscellaneous.  Correspondence:  re:  John F. Kennedy; United Nations.

F 44: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Gun Control (H. R. 613).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 613:  "To require the filing of a registration statement with the Federal Bureau of Investigation with respect to each pistol possessed by any private person in the United States" (Vicotr L. Anfuso - New York).

F 45: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Hatridge, Robert E. (H. R. 3100).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3100:  "For the relief of Robert E. Hatridge" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 46: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  House Membership.  Correspondence:  re:  Information on propsed plan for increasing the membership of the House of Representatives.

F 47: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961-1962).  House Membership (H. R. 3725).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3725; remarks.

b. h. R. 3725:  "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 369 members, and for other purposes."  (Frank Chelf - Kentucky).

c. Remarks (Frank W. Boykin - Alabama), re:  Support for H. R. 3725.

F 48: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Immigration.  Correspondence:  re:  Opposition to the admission of foreigners into the United States.

F 49: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Immigration (H. R. 6300).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6300.

b. H. R. 6300:  "To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

c. Clipping:  "Alien Adoptions Backed."

F 50: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Immigration (H. R. 10079).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10079:  "To amend section 104 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes."  (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).



F 51: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Immigration:  Orphans (S. 1766).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 1766:  "To extend the date of termination of the provisions of law authorizing issuance of speical non-quota immigrant visas to certain alien orphans." (Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon).

F 52: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Indian Rights.  Correspondence:  re:  hearings on the constitutional rights of American Indians.

F 53: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Interstate Commerce Commission.  Correspondence:  re:  hearings on state and local sales and use taxes they relate to interstate commerce.

F 54: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Investigations.  Clipping:  "Senators Decry Anti-Crime Bill."

F 55: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Investigations (H. R. 8845).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8845.

b. H. R. 8845:  "To amend chapter 73 of title 18, United States Code, with respect to obstruction of investigations and inquiries" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

c. Summary:  "Obstruction of Investigations."

F 56: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Lewis, J. A. (H. R. 7556).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7556:  "For the relief of Dr. J. A. Lewis" (John Jarman - Oklahoma).

F 57: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Meador, Dan.  Correspondence:  re:  Private relief bills.

F 58: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Carver, George Washington Commemorative Commission (H. J. Res. 110).

a. Correspondence:  re:  J. J. Res. 110; remarks.

b. H. J. Res. 110:  "Establishing a George Washington Carver Commemorative Commission" (John W. McCormack - Massachusetts).

c. Remarks (Herman Toll - Pennsylvania):  "Tribute to George Washinton Carver."

F 59: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  National School Lunch Week (S. J. Res. 211).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. J. Res. 211; report.

b. S. J. Res. 211:  "Providing for the establishment of an annual National School Lunch Week" (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).

c. Senate Report 1929 (S. J. Res. 211):  "National School Lunch Week."

F 60: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  National Transportation Week (H. J. Res. 628).  Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 628:  "Authorizing the President to proclaim the week in May of each year which falls the third Friday of that month as National Transportation Week."  (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 61: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Oklahoma Judgeship.

a. Correspondence:  re:  additional federal judge for Oklahoma.

b. Clipping:  "Oklahoma Doesn't Need Extra Judge."

c. Clipping:  "U. S. Judiciary Boosts Judgeship Need to 69."

d. Clipping:  "Chances Dim for a Sixth U. S. Judge."

e. Clipping:  "Judgeship Plan Faces Logrolling."

f. Clipping:  "Dirksen May Ask Delay on Judges."

F 62: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Patent Fees (H. R. 10966).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10966:  "To fix the fees payable to the Patent Office and for other purposes."  (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 63: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Peace Officers Memorial Day (H. J. Res. 730).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 730; report.

b. H. J. Res. 730:  "To authorize the President to proclaim May 15 of each year as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week of each year during which such May 15 occurs as Police Week" (John Dowdy - Texas).

c. House Report 2275 (H. J. Res. 730):  "Peace Officers' Memorial Day."

F 64: Judiciary, Committee on the. Philippine War Damage.

F 65: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Poll Tax.

Telegram:  re:  Amendment to repeal the poll tax.

F 66: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961-1962).  Pouw, Ie Liang, et al. (H. R. 10309). 

Correspondence:  re:  H.R. 10309:  "For the relief of Ie Liang Pouw, his mother, Tenglan Ong Pouw, his wife, Bie In Ijiang Pouw, and his minor children, Jennee Pouw and Sien Wie Pouw" (Harris B. McDowell, Jr. - Delaware).

F 67: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961-1962).  Prayer in Schools:  Correspondence.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Importance of safe-guarding religious liberties and maintaining constitutional guarantees of freedom of worship; Supreme Court decision on the use of prayer in schools; clipping; leaflets; opinion ballot; booklet; editorial; article; statement.

b. Clipping (Letters to the Editor):  re:  first amendment.

c. Leaflet:  "UNESCO Is Deadly menace to American Youth."

d. Opinion Ballot:  re:  Prayer in public schools.

e. Booklet:  "Are We Off Speaking Terms With God?"

f. Editorial:  "Bug Tussle Checks In."

g. Article:  "Does High Court Edict Threaten Chaplains."

h. Statement (Wilson Hereford):  re:  Supreme Court decision on use of prayer in public schools.

i. Leaflet:  "Are You Prepared?"

F 68: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Prayer in Schools:  Data.

a. Remarks (Howard W. Smith - Virginia):  "The School Prayer Decision, the Court, and Constitution."

b. Speech:  "Is Prayer in the Classroom Unconstitutional?"



F 69: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Science Service, Inc. (H. R. 11711).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11711; report.

b. H. R. 11711:  "To incorporate Science Service, Inc., for the purposes indicated by Public Law 85-875" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

c. Report:  "The Role of the Professional Society in Local Science Education."

F 70: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Sports, Television of (H. R. 8757/H. R. 9096/S. 168/S. 1856/S. 2427).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 8757; H. R. 9096; S. 168; S. 1856; S. 2427.

b. H. R. 8757:  "To amend the anti-trust laws to authorize leagues of professional football, baseball, and hockey teams to enter into certain television contracts, and for other purposes" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

c. H. R. 9096:  "To amend the anti-trust laws to authorize leagues of professional football, baseball, basketball, and hockey teams to enter into certain television contracts, and for other purposes" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

d. S. 168:  "To make the Sherman Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act applicable to the organized team sport of baseball and to limit the applicability of such laws so as to exempt certain aspects of the organized professional team sports of baseball, football, basketball, and hockey, and for other purposes" (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee).

e. S. 1856:  "To limit the applicability of the anti-trust laws so as to exempt certain aspects of designated professional team sports, and for other purposes" (Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Roman L. Hruska - Nebraska; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois; Alexander Wiley - Wisconsin; Edward V. Long - Missouri).

f. S. 2427:  Same title as H. R. 9096 (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee).

g. Booklet:  re:  Hearings on H. R. 8757 (Telecasting of Professional Sports Contests).

h. House Report 1178 (H. R. 9096):  "Telecasting of Professional Sports Contests."

i. Statment (NCAA):  re:  Objections to amendment proposed H.R. 8757 requiring college consent for pro football telecasts.

F 71: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  State Election Districts (H. J. Res. 678).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 678.

b. H. J. Res. 678:  "To amend the Constitution of the United States to provide the right of States to establish their oun election districts."  (Delbert L. Latta - Ohio).  Unofficial copy.

F 72: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  States Rights (H. R. 3).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3:  "To establish rules of interpretation governing questions of the effect of acts of Congress on State Laws (Howard W. Smith - Virginia).

F 73: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961-1962).  Taxes/Competition (H. J. Res. 23).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. J. Res. 23.

b. H. J. Res. 23:  "Proposing an amendment of 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).



F 74: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Voting Rights (S. 480/S. 2750/S. 2979).

a. Correspondence:  re:  S. 480; S. 27620; S. 2979; Analysis.

b. S. 480:  "To prohibit the application of unreasonable literacy requirements with respect to the right to vote" (Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Gordon Allott - Colorado; Prescott Bush - Connecticut; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Margaret Chase Smith - Maine).

c. S. 2750:  "To protect the right to vote in Federal elections free from arbitrary discrimination by literacy tests or by other means."  (Mike Mansfield - Montana; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois).

d. S. 2979:  "To further secure and protect the rights of citizens to vote in Federal and State elections" (Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois: Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Hugh Scott - Pannsylvania; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Prescott Bush - Connecticut; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey).

e. Analysis:  re:  S. 480; S. 2750; S. 2979.

F 75: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Walsh-Healey Amendments (H. R. 10341).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10341:  "To amend the Act of June 30, 1936, the Walsh-Healey Act, to disallow certain items of excessive costs incurred by contractors and directly attributable to the employment of individuals to replace employees engaged in a stricke against such contractor" (Frank Kowalsik - Connecticut).

F 76: Judiciary, Committee on the (1961).  Warren, Earl.  Correspondence:  re:  Impeachment of Earl Warren; Communism.

F 77: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Wiretapping.  Correspondence:  re:  use of wiretapping; infringement upon right of privacy; abuse by law enforcement officers.

F 78: Judiciary, Committee on the (1962).  Wiretapping (S. 1086).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 1086:  "To amend title 18 of the United States Code to authorize certain communications to be intercepted in compliance with State Laws, and for other purposes."  (Kenneth B. Keating - New York).

F 79: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Bird Refuges (H. R. 4603).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4603:  "To provide for the accelaration of the land acquisition program for the migratory bird refuges and waterfowl production areas, and for other purposes."  (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

F 80: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Coast Guard (H. R. 9158).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9158:  "To amend title 14 of the United States Code to authorize the Secretary of the Department in which the Coast Guard is operating to establish and enforce structural safety standards for certain artificial islands or fixed structures which are in or over certain waters or lands over which the United States has a jurisdiction" (Edward A. Garmatz - Maryland).

F 81: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Committee.  Correspondence:  re:  Schedule of bills under Suspension of the Rules for July 10, 1961.

F 82: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Fish Conservation (H. R. 2722).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2722:  "To direct the Secretary of the Interior to establish a research program in order to determine means of improving the conservation of game and food fish in dam reservoirs" (Clem Miller - California).

F 83: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1962).  Fish Conservation (H. R. 11275).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11275; resolution.

b. H. R. 11275:  "To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to provide financial assistance to States in research programs to improve the conservation of fish in reservoir."

c. Resolution:  re:  H. R. 11275.

F 84: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Golden Eagle (H. J. Res. 497; H. J. Res. 487; H. J. Res. 489; S. J. Res. 105).

a. Correspondence:  re:  Above-listed legislation.

b. H. J. Res. 470:  "To provide pretection for the golden eagle" (Silvio O. Conte - Massachusetts).

c. H. J. Res. 487:  Same title as H. J. Res. 479 (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

d. H. J. Res. 489:  Same title as H. J. Res. 479 (George A. Goodling - Pennsylvania).

e. S. J. Res. 105:  Same title as H. J. Res. 479 (Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts).

F 85: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1962).  Jones Act.  Telegrams:  re:  Opposition to amending the Jones Act.

F 86: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Merchant Marine Strike.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Merchant marine strike.

b. Clipping:  "Edmondson Resignation Rumors Rife."

F 87: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1962).  Mourning Dove (H. R. 9882).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9882.

b. H. R. 9882:  "To amend the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to prohibit the hunting of the mourning dove" (Joseph E. Karth - Minnesota).

c. Resolution:  re:  Opposition to H. R. 9882.

F 88: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Ocean Freight Licenses (H. R. 2488).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2488:  "To amend the Shipping Act, 1916, to provide for licensing independent ocean freight forwarders, and for other purposes" (Alton Lennon - North Carolina).

F 89: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1962).  Shipbuilding Subsidy (H. R. 1159).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1159:  "To amend the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, in order to eliminate the 6 percent differential applying to certain bids of Pacific coast shipbuilders" (Edward A. Garmatz - Maryland).

b. Flyer:  re:  H. R. 1159.

F 90: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1962).  Ship-building Subsidy (S. 2800).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 2800:  "To amend the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, in order to make permanent a temporary increase in the masimum construction differential subsidy that may be paid under such act and to provide that such maximum shall not apply with respect to reconstructing or reconditiong of ships" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 91: Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on (1961).  Wildlife Restoration Fund (H. R. 4702).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 4702:  "To amend the Act creating the Federal aid the wildlife restoration fund" (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

F 92: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Blind (H. R. 11523).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 11523:  "To authorize the employment without compensation from the Government of readers for blind Government employees, and for other purposes" (Robert J. Corbett - Pennsylvania).

F 93: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Census.  Statement (David N. Henderson - North Carolina), re:  Report on Transportation statistics.

F 94: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Census (H. R. 1100).

a. H. R. 1100:  "To amend title 13 of the United States Code to provide that a census of population, unemployment, and housing shall be taken in the year 1960 and every fifth year thereafter, and for other purposes" (Morris K. Udall -Arizona).

b. Statement (John Lesinski - Michigan):  re:  Hearings on the proposed mid-decade census in 1965.

F 95: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Census (H. R. 7416).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7416:  "To authorize the Bureau of the Census to make appropriate reimburesements between the respective appropriations available to the Bureau, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 96: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Census (H. R. 10569). 

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10569; report.

b. H. R. 10569:  "To amend title 13, United States Code, to preserve the confidential nature of copies of information filed with the Bureau of the Census on a confidential basis" (David N. Henderson - North Carolina).

c. House Report 2437 (H. R. 10569):  "Confidential Status of Census Reports."

F 97: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Commemorative Stamps.  Correspondence:  re:  "Fight Against Cancer" stamp; stamp to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the National Appreticeship Act; stamp honoring Mayo Brothers.

F 98: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Committee Materials.

a. Schedule of events/action of the House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service (April 12, 1962).

b. Schedule (May 27, 1962).

c. Schedule (August 16, 1962).

d. Schedule (September 13, 1962).

e. Schedule (July 13, 1961).

F 99: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Communist Mail.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Legislation to authorize an increase in postal rates; restriction of the delivery of Communist propaganda mail; clipping.

b. Clipping:  "A Postal Subsidy for Moscow."

c. Propaganda:  re:  Communism in America.



F 100: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Communist Mail `Propaganda" (H. R. 9904/S. 2738).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9004; S. 2738.

b. H. R. 9004:  "To deny the use of the U. S. Postal Service for the carriage of Communist political propaganda" (Glenn Cunningham - Nebraska).

c. S. 2738:  Same title as H. R. 9004 (Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania).

F 101: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Dual Compensation.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Proposals pertaining to dual compensation for retired military personnel.

b. Clipping:  "Action at Last of Dual Pay."

F 102: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Engineers and Scientists (H. R. 5563).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 5563:  "To establish a system for the classification and compensation of professional engineering, physical science, and related positions in the Federal government, and for other purposes" (Victor L. Anfuso - New York).

F 103: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  General/Miscellaneous Correspondence.

a. Correspondence:  re:  cut-backs in Civil Service personnel at Fort Sill; legislation to benefit postal employees; legislation to make temporary annuity increase permanent for government employees; resolutions; communication.

b. Resolution:  "Salary Legislation."

c. Resolution:  "Work Measurement and Guide Lines Program."

d. Resolution:  "Postal Employees."

e. Communication:  re:  Survey of operations in the Oklahoma City Post Office and improvement of inequities.

f. Article:  re:  Report for postmasters.

g. Newsletter ("Kerr-ent Status") (July 24, 1961).

F 104: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  General Accounting Office (H. R. 6007).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6007:  "To amend section 505 (d) of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, with respect to certain positions in the General Accounting Office" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 105: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Health Benefits:  Women (H. R. 2228/S. 96).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3028; s. 96.

b. H. R. 3028:  "To amend the Federal Employees Health Benefits Act of 1959 so as to eliminate discrimination against female employees with nondependent husbands" (James C. Davis - Georgia).

c. S. 96:  "To amend the Federal Employees Health Benefits Act of 1959 so as to eliminate discrimination against married female employees" (Frank Carlson - Kansas).

F 106: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Health Insurance.  Correspondence:  re:  inequities in the Government Employees Health Insurance Plan.

F 107: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Hiss Act Amendments (H. R. 6141).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6141:  "To amend the act of September 1, 1954, in order to limit to cases involving the national security the prohibition on payment of annuities and retired pay to officers and employees of the United States, to clarify the application of such act, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee). 

F 108: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Life Insurance (S. 1070).

a. S. 1070:  "To amend the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of 1954, as amended, so as to provide for an additional unit of life insurance" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

b. House Report 2383 (S. 1070):  "Additional Federal Group Life Insurance."

F 109: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Living Quarters (H. R. 7021).  Correspondence: re:  H. R. 7021:  "To authorize Government agencies to provide quarters, household furniture and equipment, utilities, subsistence, and laundry service to civilian officers and employees of the United States, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 110: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Multiple Bills.  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 12; H. R. 62; H.R. 140; H. R. 475; H. R. 742; H.R. 918; H. R. 1807; H. R. 2424; H. R. 3267; H. R. 3280; H. R. 3316; H. R. 5974; H. R. 5989; H. R. 6092; H. R. 6141; H. R. 6148; H. R. 7043; H. R. 7927; H. R. 9531; S. 188; S. 739; S. 1070; S. 1459.

F 111: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pay.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Legislation providing salary increases for federal employees; H. R. 7927; H. R. 9531; Booklet; reforms in the federal pay system to increase retirement annuities; amending the Classification Act of 1949; pay increase for Soil Conservation Service employees; Federal Employees Pay Reform Bill.

b. Booklet:  "Comparability?"

F 112: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pay (H. R. 9740/H. R. 9764).

a. Memo:  re:  H. R. 9740; H. R. 9764.

b. H. R. 9740:  "To increase the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

c. H. R. 9764:  "To adjust the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 113: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pay (H. R. 9935).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9935:  "To adjust the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).  See also:  Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on:  Pay (H. R. 10908).

F 114: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962). Pay (H. R. 10908).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10908:  "To establish a basic policy for the determination of statutory salaries and the annual review of the adequacy of the major statutory pay systems of the Federal Government" (James C. Davis - Georgia).

F 115: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pay (H. R. 9935).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9935:  "To adjust the rates of basic compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana). 

F 116: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pay:  Emergency (H. R. 2555).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2555.

b. H. R. 2555:  "To authorize pay with respect to civiliam employees of the United States in cases of emergency evacuations, to consolidate the laws governing allotment and assignment of pay such employees, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

c. House Report 584 (H. R. 2555):  "Allotment and Advancement of Pay in Emergency Evacuations."

F 117: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pay:  Postal (H. R. 9531/S. 3029).  Correspondence:  Oklahoma.

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9531; S. 3029; summary.

b. H. R. 9531:  "To amend the law relating to pay for postal employees" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

c. S. 3029:  Same title as H. R. 9531 (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

d. Summary:  re:  Federal pay reform legislation.

F 118: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pay:  Postal (H. R. 9531/S. 3029).  Correspondence:  Out-of-State.  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 9531 and S. 3029.  (See File 117 for titles and authors of legislation).

F 119: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pay:  Postal:  Longevity.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Articles.

b. Article:  "Convention Acts on Classified, Wage Board Longevities."

c. Article:  "NFFE Speels Out Its Position on the `Contracting' Issue."

F 120: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pay:  Postal:  Longevity (H. R. 6092/S. 1459).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6092; S. 1459; Bulletin.

b. H. R. 6092:  "To amend the provisions of law relating to longevity step increases for postal employees" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

c. S. 1459:  Same title as H. R. 6092 (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

d. Bulletin:  "House Passes Longevity Pay, Now Goes to Presidnet."

e. Remarks (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina):  "Longevity Steop Increases for Postal Employees."

F 121: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pay:  Postal:  Longevity (S. 2712).  Correspondence: re:  S. 2712:  "To amend the provisions of law relating to longevity step increases for postal employees" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

F 122: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pay:  Salary Reform (H. R. 10480).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10480; analysis.

b. H. R. 10480:  "To reform the major statutory salary of the Federal Government; to establish relationships among them; to adopt and apply the principle of Government - private enterprise salary comparability; and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

c. Analysis: re:  H. R. 10480.

d. Statement:  re:  Pay raise hearings.

e. Schedule:  re:  Pay raise hearings.

F 123: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pensions.

a. Correspondence:  re:  Increase retirement benefits for postal employees; legislation proposing salary increases, postal rates, and other Civil Service related programs; memorandum.

b. Memorandum:  "Recommendations for Legislation for the Benefit of Retired Civil Service Employees."

c. Tables:  re:  Employee annuitants and survivor annuitants.

d. List:  National Association of Retired Civil Employees (NARCE) Chapters in Oklahoma).

F 124: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions (H. R. 564).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 564:  "To grant civil service employees retirement after thirty years' service" (Byron G. Rogers - Colorado).

F 125: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions (H. R. 3314). Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3314:  "To equalize increases in annuity for certain employees retired before October 1, 1956, with the annuities of other employees" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 126: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions (H. R. 3316).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3316:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to provide for the adjustment of inequities and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).  See also:  Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on:  Multiple bills; and Pensions (S. 3087).

F 127: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions (H. R. 6855).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6855:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to provide for the adjustment of inequities and for other purposes" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 128: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions (H. R. 10706).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 10706:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act so as to provide for increases in annuities, eliminate the option with respect to certain survivor annuities, and provide for interchange of credits between the civil service retirement system and the insurance system established by title II of the Social Security Act" (Arnold Olsen - Montana). 

F 129: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions (S. 188).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 188:  "To grant civil service employees retirement after thirty years' service (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina.

F 130: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions (S. 2937).

Correspondence:  re:  S. 2937:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act as to provide for increases in annuities, eliminate the option with respect to certain survivor annuities, and provide for interchange of credits between the civil service retirement system and the insurance system established by title II of the Social Security Act" (Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Edward V. Long - Missouri).

F 131: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions (S. 3087).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 3087:  "To increase annuities under the Civil Service Retirement Act; to equalize increases in annuity for certain employees retired before Octoboer 1, 1956, with annuities of other employees; to increase annuities whenever there is a general adjustment of salaries or the formulas for computing annuities of retiring employees is generally liberalized" (Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon).

F 132: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions:  Compensatory Time (H. R. 7061).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7061:  "To amend title 39 of the United States Code to provide for payment for unused compensatory time owing to deceased postal employees, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 133: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions:  Disability (S. 1640).  Correspondence:  re:  S. 1640:  "To amend the disability retirement provisions of the Civil Retirement Act" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

F 134: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions:  Disability (H. R. 2070).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2070:  "To provide retirement benefits for firefighters employed by the Federal Government (Harry R. Sheppard - California).

F 135: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions:  Hazardous Duty.  Correspondence:  re:  Legislation to increase the numerical factor for computing annuities of government employees engaged in hazardous occupations.

F 136: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pensions:  Hazardous Duty (H. R. 2079).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 2079; report.

b. H. R. 2079:  "To amend the Classification Act of 1949 to authorize the establishment of hazardous duty pay in certain cases" (George M. Wallhauser - New Jersey).

c. House Report 2269 (H. R. 2079):  "Hazardous Duty Pay."

F 137: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pensions:  Hazardous Duty (H. R. 3998/S. 1149).

a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3998; S. 1149.

b. H. R. 3998:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to increase to 2 1/2 percent the multiplication factor for determining annuities for certain Federal employees engaged in hazardous duties" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

c. S. 1149:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to increase to 2 1/2 per centum the multiplication factor for determining annuities for certain Federal employees engaged in hazardous duties" (John Marshall Butler - Maryland).

F 138: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Pensions/Retirement Fund (H. R. 918/H. R. 1807/

H. R. 5974/H. R. 5989). 

a. Correspondence:  re:  Above listed legislation.

b. H. R. 918:  "To grant civil service employees retirement after thirty years' service' (Joel T. Broyhill - Virginia).

c. H. R. 1807:  Same title as H. R. 918 (Frank Kowalski - Connecticut).

d. H. R. 5974:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act, as amended, with respect to the method of computing interest earnings of special Treasury issues held by the civil service retirement and disability fund, to provide for permanent indefinite appropriaiton to said fund, and for other purposes" (Rovert J. Corbett - Pennsylvania).

e. H. R. 5989:  Same title as H. R. 5974 (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 139: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pensions:  Service Credit (H. R. 1058).  Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 1058:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to provide for the inclusion in the computation of accredited service periods of service rendered States or Instrumentalities of States, and for other purposes" (William H. Natcher - Kentucky).

F 140: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961-1962).  Pensions:  Service Credit (H. R. 3258/S. 2363).  a. Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 3258; S. 2363.

b. H. R. 3258:  "To allow credit under the Civil Service Retirement act to certain Federal employees for service in Federal-State cooperative programs in a State, and for other purposes" (James C. Davis - Georgia).

c. S. 2363:  "To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act to provide for the inclusion in the computation of accredited service of certain periods of service rendered States or instrumentalities of States, and for other purposes" (Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina).

F 141: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).  Pensions:  Survivor Annuities (H. R. 6721).

Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 6721:  "To permit unmarried annuitants under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended, to elect survivorship annuities upon subsequent marriage (Charles Mathias, Jr. - Maryland).

F 142: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1961).  Personal Property Damage (H. R. 7532). Correspondence:  re:  H. R. 7532:  "To amend title 39 of the United States Code relating to funds received by the Post Office Department from payments for damage to personal property, and for other purposes" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 142B: Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on (1962).

Correspondence: re: H. R. 10706, a bill to amend the Civil Service Retirement Act; requests bill be placed on suspension calendar.

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