CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 60

Box 61: Eighty-seventh Congress: Majority Leader Files

F 1: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Seat Belts (H. R. 134).

A. H. R. 134: "To provide that seat belts sold or shipped in interstate commerce for use in motor vehicles shall meet certain safety standards." (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

B. Report No. 2491 (To accompany H. R. 134): re: "Safety standards for automobile seat belts" (Kenneth A. Roberts - Alabama).

F 2: Majority Leader Files (1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Securities and Exchange Commission (H. R. 11670).

A. H. R. 11670: "To postpone by 3 months the date on or before which the Securities and Exchange Commission shall report to the Congress the results of its study and investigation pursuant to section 19 (d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and for other purposes." (Peter F. Mack, Jr. - Illinois).

B. Report No. 1778 (To accompany H. R. 11670): re: "Postponing by 3 months the date on or before which the Securities and Exchange Commission shall report to Congress the results of its study and investigation pursuant to section 19 (d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934" (Peter F. Mack, Jr. - Illinois). 2 copies.

F 3: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Securities and Exchange Commission (S. 2135).

A. S. 2135: "To authorize the Securities and Exchange Commission to delegate certain functions." (Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Jacob K. Javits - New York).

B. Report No. 2045 (To accompany S. 2135): re: "Authorizing the Securities and Exchange Commission to delegate certain functions." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 4: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Television (H. R. 8031).

A. H. R. 8031 (P. L. 87-529): "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).

B. Report No. 1559 (To accompany H. R. 8031): re: "All-channel television receivers" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Outlines: re: "H. R. 8031. 3 copies.

D. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 8031.

E. Clipping: "All-channel TV Bill Gets Senate Boost."

F. Clipping: "TV Bill Is Passed; One Word Added."

G. Clipping: "All-channel TV Voted By Senate."

F 5: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Television, Educational (H. R. 132).

A. 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).

B. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 132.

C. Report No. 999 (To accompany H. R. 132): re: "Educational Television" (Morgan M. Moulder - Missouri).

D. Clipping: "Rules at the Dial."

E. Clipping: "Educational TV Bill Up In Congress."

F. Summary: re: H. R. 132.

F 6: Majority Leader Files (1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Television, Educational (S. 205).

A. S. 205: "To expedite the utilization of television transmission facilities in our public schools and colleges, and in adult training programs." (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Andrew F. Schoeppel - Kansas; Lee Metcalf -Montana; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky).

B. Conference Report No. 1609 (S. 205): re: "Educational Television" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Clipping: "Educational TV Funds Bill Signed Into Law by Kennedy."

F 7: Majority Leader Files (1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Texas and Pacific Railway (H. R. 11244).

A. H. R. 11244: "To supplement certain provisions of Federal law incorporating the Texas Pacific Railway Company in order to give certain additional authority to such company." (Jack Brooks - Texas).

B. Report No. 1813 (To accompany H. R. 11244): re: "Additional authority for the Texas and Pacific Railway Company" (Walter Rogers - Texas).

F 8: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Trading with the Enemy Act (H. R. 5028).

A. H. R. 5028: "To amend the Trading With the Enemy Act, as amended, so as to provide for certain payments for the relief and rehabilitation of needy victims of Nazi persecution, and for other purposes." (Peter F. Mack, Jr. - Illinois).

B. Report No. 2027 (To accompany H. R. 5028): re: "Settlement of claims of successor organizations for return of vested heirless property" (Peter F. Mack, jr. - Illinois).

F 9: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Trading with the Enemy Act (H. R. 9045).

A. H. R. 9045: "To amend the Trading With the Enemy Act, as amended." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 2091 (To accompany H. R. 9045): re: "Amending the Trading With the Enemy Act" (Peter F. Mack, Jr. - Illinois).

F 10: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: Vested Assets (H. R. 3460).

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

B. Report No. 2046 (To accompany H. R. 3460): re: "Sale of Vested Assets" (Leo W. O'Brien - New York).

F 11: Majority Leader Files (1962). Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on: War Claims Act (H. R. 7283).

A. H. R. 7283: "To amend the War Claims Act of 1948, as amended, to provide compensation for certain World War II losses." (Peter F. Mack, Jr. - Illinois).

B. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 7283.

F 12: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: 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 antitrust laws, and for other purposes." (Estes Kefauver - Tennessee).

B. Report No. 1386 (To accompany S. 167): re: "Antitrust Civil Process Act" (Bryon G. Rogers - Colorado).

C. Conference Report No. 1884 (To accompany S. 167): re: "Antitrust Civil Process Act" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

D. Conference Report No. 2291 (To accompany S. 167): re: "Antitrust Civil Process Act" (Emmanuel Celler - New York).

E. Summary: re: S. 167 and Report No. 1366.

F. Roll Call Votes: re: S. 167.

G. Clipping: "House Votes to let U. S. Require Data for Antitrust Suits."

F 13: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Battle of Lake Erie (S. J. Res. 208).

A. S. J. Res. 208: "To establish a Commission to develop and execute plans for the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie, and for other purposes." (Frank J. Lausche - Ohio; Stephen M. Young - Ohio).

B. Report No. 2539 (To accompany S. J. Res. 208): re: "Establishing a Commission to develop and execute plans for the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie" (E. L. Forrester - Georgia).

F 14: Majority Leader Files (1961). Judiciary, Committee on the: House Membership (H. R. 841, et. al.).

A. H. R. 841: "To require the establishment of congressional election districts composed of contiguous and compact territories, and to require that the districts so established within any one State shall contain approximately the same number of inhabitants." (Abraham J. Multer - New York).

B. H. R. 1178: "To provide that the permanent membership of the House of Representatives shall be 453 Members in the 88th Congress and each Congress thereafter." (Thomas J. Lane - Massachusetts).

C. H. R. 1183: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 438 Members beginning with the 88th Congress." (John Lesinski - Michigan).

D. H. R. 1998: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 450 Members, and for other purposes." (Frank Chelf - Kentucky).

E. H. R. 2531: "To provide that the permanent membership of the House of Representatives shall be 438 Members in the 88th Congress and each Congress thereafter." (Basil L. Whitener - North Carolina).

F. H. R. 2704: Same title as H. R. 1998 (James G. Fulton - Pennsylvania).

G. H. R. 2718: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Alton Lennon - North Carolina).

H. H. R. 2739: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Frank A. Stubblefield - Kentucky).

I. H. R. 2768: Same title as H. R. 1998 (A. Paul Kitchin - North Carolina).

J. H. R. 2770: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Ronald V. Libonati -Illinois).

K. H. R. 2783: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Abraham J. Multer - New York).

L. H. R. 3012: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Clifford G. Maine).

M. H. R. 3176: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Ralph J. Scott - North Carolina).

N. H. R. 3414: Same title as H. R. 1998 (Victor L. Anfuso - New York).

O. H. R. 3725: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 469 Members, and for other purposes." (Frank Chelf - Kentucky).

P. H. R. 3804: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 456 Members, and for other purposes." (J. Irving Whalley - Pennsylvania).

Q. H. R. 3890: Same title as H. R. 3725 (Roland V. Libonati - Illinois).

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

S. H. R. 4609: Same title as H. R. 3725 (A. Paul Kitchin - North Carolina).

T. H. R. 6431: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 437 Members beginning with the 88th Congress." (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

U. H. R. 7355: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 439 Members beginning with the 88th Congress." (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

V. H. R. 8075: "To provide for redistricting of any of the several States by the Director of the Bureau of the Census for the election of Representatives in Congress in certain cases in which the State fails to redistrict in the manner provided by the law thereof, and for other purposes." (Robert J. Corbett - Pennsylvania).

W. H. R. 8489: Same title as H. R. 8075 (John Lesinski - Michigan).

X. H. R. 8616: Same title as H. R. 8075 (Sidney R. Yates - Illinois).

Y. H. J. Res. 419: "Amending the act of June 18, 1929, to provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 438 Members beginning with the 88th Congress." (J. Irving Whalley - Pennsylvania).

Z. Committee Print/Booklet: re: Hearings on "Increasing the membership of the House of Representatives and redistricting Congressional Districts."

F 15: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: House Membership (H. R. 9300/H. R. 10264).

A. H. R. 9300: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 439 Members beginning with the 88th Congress." (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

B. H. R. 10264: "To provide that the House of Representatives shall be composed of 438 Members beginning with the 88th Congress." (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

C. Notes: re: H. R. 10264.

D. Report No. 1367 (To accompany H. R. 10264): re: "Increasing the size of the House of Representatives" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana). 6 copies.

E. Memorandum: re: "Analysis of previous increases in the size of the House of Representatives with special reference to the ? of admittance of new States."

F. Speech: re: Increasing House Membership.

G. Clipping: "Floor Vote Is Expected On Bill to Enlarge House."

H. Clipping: "Bill for Expanded House spurred by Bay State."

I. Clipping: "House Speaker Revives Proposal To Add Seats."

J. Clipping: "House Increase Drive Ended."

K. Clipping: "House Defeats Bill To Increase Its Membership."

L. Clipping: "438, Perhaps, But Not a Seat More."

M. Clipping: "Inflating the House."

N. Clipping: "Seat Grab in the House."

O. Clipping: "Bill to Enlarge House Rose, Fell in Politics."

P. Clipping: "Rules Unit Votes Bill To Add 3 House Seats."

Q. Clipping: "Inflation in the House."

R. Clipping: "House Will Press For Extra Seats."

S. Clipping: "Bill to Add House Seats Sidetracked."

F 16: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Immigration (H. R. 10079).

A. H. R. 10079: "To amend section 104 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes." (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

B. Report No. 1369 (To accompany H. R. 10079): re: "Amending section 104 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes." (Arch A. Moore, Jr. - West Virginia).

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 10079.

F 17: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Immigration (S. 3361).

A. S. 3361: "To facilitate the entry of alien skilled specialist and certain relatives of U. S. citizens, and for other purposes." (John O. Pastore - Rhode Island).

B. Report No. 2552 (To accompany S. 3361): re: "Entry of alien skilled specialists" (Francis E. Walter - Pennsylvania).

F 18: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Obstruction of Investigations (H. R. 8445).

A. H. R. 8445: "To amend chapter 73 of title 18, United States Code, with respect to obstruction of investigations and inquiries." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

B. Report No. 1671 (To accompany H. R. 8845): re: "Obstruction of investigations by government agencies or departments" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 19: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Patent Office (H. R. 10966).

A. H. R. 10966: "To fix the fees payable to the Patent Office and for other purposes." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

B. Report No. 1850 (To accompany H. R. 10966): re: "Patent Office Fees" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

F 20: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Poll Tax (S. J. Res. 29).

A. S. J. Res. 29: "Providing for the establishment of the former dwelling house of Alexander Hamilton as a national monument." (Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - New York).

B. Report No. 1821 (To accompany S. J. Res. 29): re: "Outlawing payment of poll or other tax as qualification for voting in federal elections" (Emanuel Celler - New York).

C. Roll Call Vote: re: S. J. Res. 29.

D. Clipping: "Poll-Tax Ban Voted by House and Expected Sure to go to Senate."

E. Clipping: "Amendment On Poll-Tax Is Approved."

F. Clipping: "Celler Seeks House Vote on Poll-Tax Amendment."

G. Clipping: "The 24th Amendment."

H. Clipping: "House Roll-Call on Poll-Tax."

I. Clipping: "Poll-Tax Amendment Approved by Congress."

F 21: Majority Leader Files (1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: Prayer in Schools. Statement: re: Supreme Court Decision on Prayer in Schools (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 22: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Judiciary, Committee on the: States Rights (H. R. 3).

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

B. Report No. 1820 (To accompany H. R. 3): re: "Establishing rules of interpretation for federal courts involving the doctrine of federal preemption" (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

F 23: Majority Leader Files (1962). Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on: European Shipbuilding (H. Res. 98).

A. H. Res. 98: "Authorizing the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries to conduct certain studies and investigations." (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

B. Report No. 2530 (Pursuant to H. Res. 98, 78th Congress): re: "Study of European Shipbuilding - Fall of 1961" (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

F 24: Majority Leader Files (1962). Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on: Fish/Wildlife Act (H. R. 9547).

A. H. R. 9547: "To facilitate the application and operation of the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956, and for other purposes." (Thomas M. Pelly - Washington).

B. Report No. 2498 (To accompany H. R. 9547): re: "Facilitating the application and operation of the Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956" (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

F 25: Majority Leader Files (1962). Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on: Merchant Marine Act (H. R. 11586).

A. H. R. 11586: "To amend section 502 of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amended." (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

B. Report No. 2556 (To accompany H. R. 11586): re: "Merchant Marine Act Amendments" (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

C. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 11586.

F 26: Majority Leader Files (1962). Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on: Mobile Trade Fairs (S. 3389).

A. S. 3389: "To promote the foreign commerce of the United States through the use of mobile trade fairs." (Clair Engle - California).

B. Conference Report No. 2538 (To accompany S. 3389): re: "Mobile Trade Fairs" (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

F 27: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on: Seaworthiness/Liability (H. R. 207).

A. H. R. 207: "To amend title 46, United States Code, to provide for limitation of liability for vessel owners in suits by third parties based upon the warranty of seaworthiness, and for other purposes." (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

B. Report No. 1515 (To accompany H. R. 207): re: "Restricting the liability of vessel owners and others in suits based upon the warranty of seaworthiness" (Herbert C. Bonner - North Carolina).

F 28: Majority Leader Files (1961). Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Committee on: Shipbuilding (H. R. 1159).

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

B. Report No. 548 (To accompany H. R. 1159): re: "Eliminating the 6 percent differential applying to certain bids of Pacific coast shipbuilding" (Frank W. Boykin - Alabama).

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 1159.

F 29: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on.

A. Clipping: "Bar to Red Data in Mail Is Opposed."

B. Clipping: "No Postal Censorship Wanted."

F 30: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Damage Funds (H. R. 7532).

A. Note: re: H. R. 7532.

B. 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 31: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Insurance (H. R. 8564).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8564.

B. H. R. 8564: "To amend the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of 1954 to provide for escheat of amounts of insurance to the insurance fund under such act in the absence of any claim for payment, and for other purposes."

C. Report No. 1610 (To accompany H. R. 8564): re: "Escheat of insurance amounts under the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Act of 1954" (Joseph P. Addabbo - New York).

F 32: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Mail Routes (H. R. 10936). Correspondence: re: "To permit the Postmaster General to extend contract mail routes up to 100 miles during the contract term." (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

F 33: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Pay, Postal (H. R. 10265).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 10265.

B. H. R. 10265: "To authorize the Postmaster General in his discretion to pay increased basic salary to postal field service employees for services performed before the expiration of 30 days following their assignments to duties and responsibilities of higher salary levels, and for other purposes." (David N. Henderson - North Carolina).

C. Report No. 1722 (To accompany H. R. 10265): re: "Basic salary in cases of assignments of postal employees" (David N. Henderson - North Carolina).

F 34: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Pay Reform.

A. Statement: re: Pay Raise Hearings (By: Tom Murray - Tennessee).

B. Statement: re: Presidential Message on Federal Pay Reform (By: Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

C. Presidential Message: re: Federal Pay Reform.

F 35: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Pay Reform (H. R. 9531).

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

B. Report No. 2509 (To accompany H. R. 9531): re: "Federal Salary Reform Act of 1962" (James H. Morrison - Louisiana).

F 36: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Postage Rates (H. R. 7927).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7927.

B. H. R. 7927: "To adjust postal rates and for other purposes." (David N. Henderson - North Carolina).

C. Conference Report No. 2532 (To accompany H. R. 7927): re: "Postal Service and Federal Employees Salary Act of 1962" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

D. Report No. 1155 (To accompany H. R. 7927): re: "Postage Revision Act of 1961" (Tom Murray - Tennessee).

E. Committee Print: re: "Amendment to be offered by Chairman Murray to H. R. 7927, a bill to adjust postal rates, and for other purposes."

F. Summary: re: Murray Amendment.

G. Table: re: "Analysis of Proposed Postal Rate Revisions H. R. 7927 and Amendments" (1963 Volume Basis).

H. Table: re: Comparisons of New Public Service Allocations (1963 estimated volume).

I. Table: re: H. R. 7927.

J. Clipping: "The Postal Deficit Calls for Rate Rise."

K. Statement: re: Postal deficit.

L. Memorandum: re: H. R. 7927.

M. Remarks: re: Postal Rate Increase Legislation (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

N. Draft of Remarks: re: Increase in postal rates (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 37: Majority Leader Files (1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Star Routes (H. R. 11951: "To provide for the transportation of mail by aircraft upon star routes within the commonwealth of Puerto Rico." (Tom Murray -Tennessee).

F 38: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Post Office and Civil Service, Committee on: Summer Employment (H. R. 5698).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 5698.

B. H. R. 5698: "To extend the apportionment requirement in the Civil Service Act of January 16, 1883, to temporary summer employment, and for other purposes." (Lindley Beckworth - Texas).

C. Report No. 2308 (To accompany H. R. 5698): re: "Extension of Civil Service apportionment requirement to temporary summer employment" (Kathryn E. Granahan - Pennsylvania).

D. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 5698.

F 39: Majority Leader Files (1962). Public Works, Committee on.

A. H. R. 10318: "To help achieve the objectives of the Employment Act of 1946 by providing standby authority to accelerate capital expenditure programs of the Federal Government and States and local public bodies." (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota).

B. Statement: re: Standby Capital Improvements Act (H. R. 10318); Public Works Coordination and Acceleration Act (H. R. 10113) (By: Herbert J. Bingham - American Municipal Association).

C. Clipping: "Public Works Shift Blocked By Senator."

D. Clipping: "House Panel Votes Public Works Bill."

E. Clipping: "Senate Roll-Call Vote on Stand-By Spending."

F. Clipping: "Roll-Call Vote in Senate on Public Works Measure."

G. Clipping: "$1.5 Billion Works Bill Is Approved."

H. Clipping: "Works-Bill Fight Opened In House."

I. Clipping: "Public Works Bill For Needy Areas Goes to President."

F 40: Majority Leader Files (1962). Public Works, Committee on: Acceleration Bill (H. R. 10113/S. 2965).

A. H. R. 10113: "To establish an Office of Public Works Coordination and Acceleration; to authorize the preparation of a plan for acceleration of public works when necessary to avoid serious nationwide unemployment levels; and for other purposes." (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota).

B. S. 2965: "To provide standby authority to accelerate public works programs of the Federal Government and State and local public bodies." (Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia).

C. Report No. 1358 (To accompany S. 2965): re: "Public Works Acceleration Act of 1962" (Dennis Chavez - New Mexico).

D. Outlines: re: H. R. 10113.

E. Remarks: re: "Public Works Coordination and Acceleration Bill" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F. Memorandum: re: H. R. 10113.

G. Questionnaire: re: H. R. 10113.

H. Roll Call Votes: re: H. R. 10113.

I. Clipping: "House Roll-Call Vote on Works Bill."

J. Clipping: "House Passes Public Works Bill After Killing $52 Million as 'Pork'."

H. R. 10113. See also: Majority Leader Files: Public Works Committee on (General).

F 41 Majority Leader Files (1962). Public Works, Committee on: Highways (H. R. 12135).

A. H. R. 12135: "To authorize appropriations for the fiscal years 1964 and 1965 for the construction of certain highways in accordance with title 23 of the United States Code, and for other purposes." (George H. Fallon - Maryland).

B. Report No. 1948 (To accompany H. R. 12135): re: "Federal Aid Highway Act of 1962" (George H. Fallon - Maryland).

C. Memorandum: re: H. R. 12135.

D. Conference Report No. 2549 (To accompany H. R. 12135): re: "Federal Aid Highway Act of 1962" (George H. Fallon - Maryland).

E. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 12135.

F 42: Majority Leader Files (1962). Public Works, Committee on: Rivers/Harbors (H. R. 13273).

A. H. R. 13273 (P. L. 87-874): re: "Authorizing the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors for navigation, flood control, and for other purposes." (Clifford Davis - Tennessee).

B. Conference Report No. 2557 (To accompany H. R. 13273): re: "Omnibus Rivers and Harbors and Flood Control Act of 1962" (Clifford Davis - Tennessee).

F 43: Majority Leader Files (1962). Public Works, Committee on: Rivers/Harbors (H. R. 13273).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 13273.

B. Report: re: "River and Harbor, Beach Erosion, and Flood Control Projects" (H. R. 13273).

C. Booklet/Letter from the Secretary of the Army: re: "Hugo Reservoir, Kiamichi River, Oklahoma."

F 44: Majority Leader Files (1961). Public Works, Committee on: Water Pollution (H. R. 6441). H. R. 6441 (P. L. 87-88): "To the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to provide for a more effective program of water pollution control." (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota).

F 45: Majority Leader Files (1962). Rules, Committee on: Campaign (H. Res. 753). H. Res. 753: "Authorizing the Speaker of the House of Representatives to appoint a special committee to investigate and report on campaign expenditures of candidates for the House of Representatives." (Clifford Davis - Tennessee).

F 46: Majority Leader Files (1962). Rules, Committee on: Committee Action. Schedules: re: Weekly meetings of the Committee on Rules pertaining to legislative measures.

F 47: Majority Leader Files (1961). Rules, Committee on: National Fuels Study (H. Res. 183).

A. H. Res. 183: "To create a Select Committee on a National Fuels Study." (Wayne N. Aspinall - Colorado).

B. Outline: re: H. Res. 183.

F 48: Majority Leader Files (1962). Science and Astronautics, Committee on.

A. Outlines: re: Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1962.

B. Clipping: "TV Satellite Bill Opposed By AT&T.

F 49: Majority Leader Files (1962). Science and Astronautics, Committee on: National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

A. Remarks: re: Legislation authorizing appropriations for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

B. Clipping: "We Suffer New Setback on Space Shots."

C. Clipping: "Space Effort Said To Spur Wide Gain."

D. Clipping: "Soviet Has Tried Six Planet Probes, Failed in All But One, U. S. Discloses."

E. Report (To Congress from the President of the United States Aeronautics and Space Activities - 1961."

F 50: Majority Leader Files (1962). Science and Astronautics, Committee on: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (H. R. 11737).

A. H. R. 11737: "To authorize appropriations to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for research, development, and operation; construction of facilities; and for other purposes." (George P. Miller - California).

B. Report No. 1674 (To accompany H. R. 11737): re: "Authorizing appropriations to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration" (George P. Miller - California).

C. Remarks: re: Legislation authorizing appropriations for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

D. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 11737.

F 51: Majority Leader Files (1962). Science and Astronautics, Committee on: National Medal of Science (H. R. 4055).

A. H. R. 4055: "To amend the act of August 25, 1959, to authorize the payment of a monthly award to recipients of the National Medal of Science." (Victor L. Anfuso - New York).

B. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 4055.

F 52: Majority Leader Files (1962). Small Business, Committee on. Clipping: "Collier Attacks Proposed Bills."

F 53: Majority Leader Files (1962). Un-American Activities, Committee on. Clipping: "House Unit's Foes Plan Coast Fight."

F 54: Majority Leader Files (1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on.

A. Correspondence: re: Memorandum.

B. Memorandum: re: Provisions of various bills reported by the Committee on Veterans' Affairs.

C. Clipping: "Pension Bill Callup Near, Veterans Say."

D. Clipping: "Before It's Too Late/Stop This Veterans' Grab."

E. Clipping: "World War I Veterans Forcing Congress to Take Up Pension Bill."

F. Clipping: "Celler Criticizes Pension Backers."

G. Clipping: "Larceny in the House."

H. Clipping: "Disabled Veterans vs. 'Disabled'."

I. Clipping: "Wooing the Veterans."

J. Clipping: "Congress To Scan 3 Veterans Bills."

K. Clipping: "GI Insurance Plan Limited by House."

F 55: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on: Benefits (H. R. 7600).

A. H. R. 7600: "To amend title 38, United States Code, to revise the effective date provisions relating to awards, and for other purposes." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

B. Report No. 2123 (To accompany H. R. 7600): re: "Liberalizing Effective Dates" (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 56: Majority Leader Files (1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on: Blinded Veterans (H. R. 3728).

A. H. R. 3728: "To amend title 38 so as to authorize the Administrator to assign a total rating for compensation to a veteran granted service connection for blindness of one eye who subsequent to separation from active duty incurs blindness in the remaining eye." (Walter S. Baring - Nevada).

B. Report No. 1456 (To accompany H. R. 3728): re: "Increased compensation for blinded veterans" (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 57: Majority Leader Files (1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on: Blinded Veterans (H. R. 10857).

A. H. R. 10857: "To amend chapter 31 of title 38, United States Code, to provide vocational rehabilitation for certain blinded veterans." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

B. Report No. 2131 (To accompany H. R. 10857): re: "Vocational rehabilitation for blinded veterans" (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 58: Majority Leader Files (1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on: Medical Care (H. R. 9922).

A. H. R. 9922: "To amend title 38, United States Code, to authorize the furnishing of hospital and medical care (including outpatient treatment) to peacetime veterans suffering from noncompensable service-connected disabilities."" (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

B. Report No. 2127 (To accompany H. R. 9922): re: "Hospital and medical care for service-connected peace-time veterans" (Olin E. Teague-Texas).

F 59: Majority Leader Files (1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on: Pensions (H. R. 8282).

A. H. R. 8282: "To amend section 3203 (d) of title 38, United States Code, to provide that there shall be no reduction of pension otherwise payable during hospitalization of certain veterans with a wife or child." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

B. Report No. 1460 (To accompany H. R. 8282): re: "Payment of pension while hospitalized" (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

F 60: Majority Leader Files (1962). Veterans' Affairs, Committee on: Pensions: Disabled (H. R. 10743).

A. H. R. 10743: "To amend title 38, United States Code, to provide increases in rates of disability compensation, and for other purposes." (Olin E. Teague - Texas).

B. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 10743.

F 61: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Miscellaneous Multi-Issue (H. R. 6682).

A. H. R. 6682: "To provide for the exemption of fowling nets from duty." (William B. Widnall - New Jersey).

B. Conference Report No. 2412 (To accompany H. R. 6682): re: Fowling nets - excise tax on certain television tubes - local advertising" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 62: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Miscellaneous Multi-Issue (H. R. 12180).

A. H. R. 12180: "To extend for a temporary period the existing provisions of law relating to the free importation of personal and household effects brought into the United States under Government orders." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Conference Report No. 2413 (To accompany H. R. 12180): re: "Household effects - monofilament gill fish nets - accident and health insurance contract premiums" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 63: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Public Debt (H. R. 10050).

A. H. R. 10050: "To provide for a further temporary increase in the public debt limit set forth in the Second Liberty Bond Act." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 1361 (To accompany H. R. 10050): re: "Public Debt Limit" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 10050.

D. Roll Call Votes: re: H. R. 10050.

E. Clipping: "From $275 to $305 Billion."

F. Clipping: "Debt Increase Step Approved."

G. Clipping: "House Votes Debt Limit Rise."

H. Clipping: "How High a Ceiling?"

I. Clipping: "A Debt Fight; Stocks Break."

J. Clipping: "Debt Ceiling Fiasco."

K. Clipping: "House Group Has Flexible Debt Ceiling."

L. Clipping: "GOP Loses Round On Debt Ceiling."

M. Clipping: "Unit Votes Debt Ceiling Raise."

N. Clipping: "New Debt Ceiling Urged By Dillon."

O. Clipping: "President Faces GOP House Fight Over Debt Limit."

P. Clipping: "House Votes $308 Billion Debt Ceiling."

Q. Clipping: "$300 - Billion Ceiling on Debt Voted."

F 64: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Public Debt (H. R. 11990).

A. Correspondence: re: Vote on debt ceiling.

B. H. R. 11990: "To provide for a temporary increase in the public debt limit set forth in section 21 of the Second Liberty Bond Act." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Report No. 1789 (To accompany H. R. 11990): re: "Public Debt Limit" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

D. Roll Call Votes: re: H. R. 11990.

F 65: Majority Leader Files (1960). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions. H. R. 12580 (P. L. 86-778): "To extend and improve coverage under the Federal old-age, survivors, and disability insurance system and to remove hardships and inequities, improving 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).

F 66: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: Individual Retirement Accounts (H. R. 10).

A. H. R. 10: "To encourage the establishment of voluntary pension plans by self-employed individuals." (Eugene J. Keogh - New York).

B. Conference Report No. 2411 (To accompany H. R. 10): re: "Self-Employed Individuals Tax Retirement Act of 1962" (Wilber D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Clipping: "Senator Smathers Puts Up Roadblock."

D. Clipping: "Self-Employed Pensions."

F 67: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: Medicare.

A. Booklet: re: "Health Care for the Aged."

B. Committee Print: re: "Comparison of Health Insurance Proposals For Older Pensions, 1961-1962."

C. Clipping: "28 In House Sponsor GOP Medical Plan.

D. Clipping: "Mansfield Gives Medical Care Bill Good Chance After Seeing Kennedy."

E. Clipping: "Aged-Care Bill's Chances Change From Bad to Good."

F. Clipping: "A Doctor Sees AMA Pressure."

G. Clipping: "Javits Aid-to-Aged Bill Challenges Democrats."

H. Clipping: "President Levels New Attack at AMA In Social Security, Aged Care Feud."

I. Clipping: "Medical Care Battle - II."

J. Clipping: "Text of President Kennedy's Address to Senior Citizens."

K. Clipping: "Sponsors Put Total Attendance for Health Care Rallies at 100,000 but AMA Says Some Failed."

L. Clipping: "Rally for Health."

M. Clipping: "AMA Tries to Confuse People, Kennedy Says."

N. Clipping: "Medical Care Battle - I."

O. Clipping: "Aged-Care 'Blitz' Charged By AMA."

P. Clipping: "New Frontier Aides Make Appeals for Medical Care Plan."

Q. Clipping: "Medical Care Plan Is Sound, Essential, Kennedy Tells Rally."

R. Clipping: "Republicans Say Elderly Are Fooled."

S. Clipping: "Republicans Split on Aged-Care Plan."

T. Clipping: "Aged-Care Plan Meets New Snag."

U. Clipping: "Politics and Medical Care."

V. Clipping: "Miller Seeks Sponsors For Care-of-Aged Bill."

W. Clipping: "AMA Head Scores Kennedy's Tactics."

X. Clipping: "Diagnosing Medical Care."

Y. Clipping: "Trade Bill Foes Beaten In Senate."

F 68: Majority Leader Files (1962-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: Medicare (H. R. 4222).

A. H. R. 4222: "To provide for payment for hospital services, skilled nursing home services, and home health services furnished to aged beneficiaries under the old-age, survivors, and disability insurance program, and for other purposes." (Cecil R. King - California).

B. Outline: re: H. R. 4222.

C. Reports: re: "Health Care Benefits For The Aged Under The Social Security System."

F 69: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: Medicare (H. R. 10981). H.R. 10981: "To provide for the medical and hospital care of the aged through a system of voluntary health insurance, and for other purposes." (Frank T. Bow - Ohio).

F 70: Majority Leader Files (1961). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age pensions: Medicare (S. 909). S. 909: "To provide for payment for hospital services, skilled nursing home services, and home health services furnished to aged beneficiaries under the old-age, survivors, and disability insurance program, and for other purposes." (Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Oren E. Long - Hawaii; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Clair Engle - California; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Frank E. Moss - Utah; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island).

F 71: Majority Leader Files (1961). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: Medicare (S. 937). S. 937: "To provide for a program of Federal matching grants to the States to enable the States to provide health insurance for individuals aged 65 and over at subscription charges such individuals can pay." (Jacob K. Javits - New York; John Sherman - Kentucky; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; George D. Aiken - Vermont; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Norris Cotton - New Hampshire; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Winston L. Prouty - Vermont; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts).

F 72: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: Public Welfare (H. R. 10032/H.R. 10606).

A. H. R. 10032: "To extend and improve the public assistance and child welfare services programs of the Social Security Act, and for other purposes." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. H. R. 10606: Same title and author as H. R. 10032.

C. Conference Report No. 2006 (To accompany H. R. 10606): re: "Public Welfare Amendments of 1962" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

D. Roll Call Votes: re: H. R. 10606.

E. Outlines: re: H. R. 10606.

F. Statement: re: The President's public welfare programs (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

G. Summary: re: Presidential message on public welfare programs.

H. Statement: re: Presidential message on public welfare programs (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

I. Summary: re: H. R. 10606.

J. Clipping: "Welfare Bill Allows Use of Vouchers."

K. Clipping: "Unit Supports Increase In Aid to Aged, Blind."

L. Clipping: "Welfare Reform Bill is Passed by House."

M. Booklet: re: "Brief Summary of Major Provisions Of and Detailed Comparison Showing Changes Made In Prior Law By Public Law 87-543 (Public Welfare Amendments of 1962)."

F 73: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: State Coverage (H. R. 8853).

A. H. R. 8853: "To amend title II of the Social Security Act to include Maine among the States which may obtain social security coverage, under State agreement, for State and local policemen and firemen." (Stanley R. Tupper - Maine).

B. Report No. 2533 (To accompany H. R. 8853): re: "Social security coverage for policemen and firemen in Maine." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 74: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Social Security/Old Age Pensions: State Coverage (H. R. 12820).

A. H. R. 12820: "To validate the coverage of certain State and local employees in the State of Arkansas under agreement entered into by such State pursuant to section 218 of the Social Security Act." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 2240 (To accompany H. R. 12820): re: "Validation of coverage for certain State and local employees in Arkansas." (Wilbur D. Mils - Arkansas).

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