CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 61

Box 62: Eighty-seventh Congress: Majority Leader Files

F 1: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Bonded Carriers (H. R. 5700).

A. H. R. 5700: "To amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to permit contract carriers by motor vehicle to transport bonded merchandise." (John W. Brynes - Wisconsin).

B. Conference Report No. 2541 (To accompany H. R. 5700): re: Designation of certain contract carriers as carriers of bonded merchandise." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Report No. 2245 (To accompany H. R. 5700): re: "Designation of certain contract carriers as carriers of bonded merchandise" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 2: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Bourbon Whiskey (H. Con. Res. 356).

A. H. Con. Res. 356: "To designate 'bourbon whiskey' as a distinctive product of the United States." (John C. Watts - Kentucky).

B. Report No. 2327 (To accompany H. Con. Res. 356): re: "Designating 'bourbon whiskey' as a distinctive product of the United States." (John C. Watts - Kentucky).

F 3: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Bread (H. R. 3985).

A. H. R. 3985: "To amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to impose a duty upon the importation of bread." (Victor A. Knox - Michigan).

B. Report No. 2325 (To accompany H. R. 3985): re: "Duty treatment of certain bread" (Mrs. Martha W. Griffiths - Michigan).

F 4: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Cork Products (H. R. 12213).

A. H. R. 12213: "To provide for the temporary suspension of the duties on cork-board insulation and on cork stoppers." (Herman T. Schneebeli - Pennsylvania).

B. Report No. 2251 (To accompany H. R. 12213): re: "Temporary suspension of duties on cork-board insulation and on cork stoppers." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 5: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Grasses (H. R. 12109).

A. H. R. 12109: "To amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to permit certain natural grasses and other natural materials to be imported free of duty." (Charles A. Halleck - Indiana).

B. Report No. 2516 (To accompany H. R. 12109): re: "Duty-free importation of certain natural grasses and other natural grasses and other natural materials." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 6: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Particleboard (H. R. 12242).

A. H. R. 12242: "To provide for the tariff classification of certain particleboard." (A. Sidney Herlong, Jr. - Florida).

B. Report No. 2318 (To accompany H. R. 12242): re: "Tariff classification of certain particleboard" (A. Sidney Herlong, Jr. - Florida).

F 7: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Tariff Classification (H. R. 10607)

A. H. R. 10607: "To amend the Tariff Act of 1930 and certain related laws to provide for the restatement of the tariff classification provisions, and for other purposes." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 1415 (To accompany H. R. 10607): re: "Tariff Classification of 1962" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 10607.

F 8: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Trade Expansion Act (H. R. 9900).

A. H. R. 9900: "To promote the general welfare, foreign policy and security of the United States through international trade agreements and through adjustment assistance to domestic industry, agriculture, and labor, and for other purposes." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Clipping: "Many To Testify On Cutting Tariff."

C. Correspondence: re: Analysis; Presidential Statement.

D. Analysis: re: Agreement of tariff negotiations with the European Community, the United Kingdom, and 24 other countries.

E. Statement: re: Trade agreements with the European Economic Community, the United Kingdom, Norway and Sweden (President Kennedy).

F 9: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Trade Expansion Act (H. R. 11970).

A. H. R. 11970: "To promote the general welfare, foreign policy, and security of the United States through international trade agreements and through adjustment assistance to domestic industry agriculture, and labor, and for other purposes." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas). 4 copies.

B. Report (To accompany H. R. 11970): re: "Trade Expansion Act of 1962."

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 11970.

D. Roll Call Vote: re: H. R. 11970.

F 10: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Trade Expansion Act (H. R. 11970).

A. H. R. 11970: See file 9 for title and author.

B. Statement: re: Presidential message on trade (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

C. Summaries: re: President's Trade Message.

D. Congressional Statement: re: Trade (January 24, 1962).

E. Presidential Message: re: Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1962 (January 30, 1962).

F 11: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Trade Expansion Act (H. R. 11970).

A. Clipping: "Kennedy Accepts A Tax-Bill Delay Aiding Trade Plan."

B. Clipping: "It Was a Famous Victory."

C. Clipping: "Mills in the Doghouse For Trade Bill Stand."

D. Clipping: "President Wins on Trade Bill."

E. Clipping: "Foreign-Trade Hearings To Be Opened March 12."

F. Clipping: "Britain and the Common Market."

G. Clipping: "Kefauver Backs Free-Trade Plan."

H. Clipping: "Chemical Industry Is Warned of Losses Through Protectionism."

I. Clipping: "The Impact of Exports…/Shot Fired for Trade Program."

J. Clipping: re: Carl Albert and the New Trade Program.

K. Clipping: "Common Market And U. S. Agree On Farm Tariffs."

L. Clipping: "Kennedy For End of Tariff On Many Items."

M. Clipping: "Tariff Proposal May Hit Obstacle."

N. Clipping: "President, in Role of Professor, Briefs Lawmakers on Trade Bill."

O. Clipping: "How Kennedy Presses His New Trade Policy."

P. Clipping: "Common Mart Called 'Only Choice' by Adlai."

Q. Clipping: "Common Market Is Embryo Regime."

R. Clipping: "Common Market Farm Accord Near."

S. Clipping: "Common Market Snags On Prices."

F 12: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Tariff/Trade: Trade Expansion Act (H. R. 11970).

A. Correspondence: re: Trade Expansion Act of 1962.

B. Booklet: re: "Threshold of a New Trading World."

C. Bibliography: re: Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act and Tariffs.

D. Charts/Map: re: Trade Expansion Act of 1962.

F 13: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Anti-trust (H. R. 8846).

A. H. R. 8846: "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to the taxation of distributions of stock and dispositions of property made pursuant to orders enforcing the antitrust laws." (Hale Boggs - Louisiana).

B. Report 1605, Part 2 (To accompany H. R. 8846): re: "Taxation of certain dispositions of property made pursuant to orders enforcing antitrust laws" (Thomas B. Curtis - Missouri).

F 14: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Carryovers (H. R. 12526).

A. H. R. 12526: "To amend section 172 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide a 7-year net operating loss carryover for certain regulated transportation corporations." (Eugene J. Keogh - New York).

B. Report No. 2252 (To accompany H. R. 12526): re: "Net operating loss carryovers for certain regulated transportation corporations" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 15: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Deductions: Judicial Reform (H. R. 10080).

A. H. R. 10080: "Relating to the deduction for income tax purposes of certain contributions to certain organizations for judicial reform." (Sidney R. Yates - Illinois).

B. Report No. 2322 (To accompany H. R. 10080): re: "Contributions to certain organizations for judicial reform." (Thomas J. O'Brien - Illinois).

F 16: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Deductions: Medical (H. R. 10620).

A. H. R. 10620: "To amend section 210 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to increase the maximum limitations on the amount allowable as a deduction for medical, dental, etc., expenses." (Hale Boggs - Louisiana).

B. Conference Report No. 2555 (To accompany H. R. 10620): re: "Maximum limitations on medical, etc., expenses" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Report No. 2323 (To accompany H. R. 10620): re: "Maximum limitations on deduction for medical expenses" (Hale Boggs - Louisiana).

F 17: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Deductions: Redeemable Ground Rents (H.R. 8754).

A. H. R. 8754: "To amend the Internal Revenue Code to provide a deduction for payment of redeemable ground rents." (Samuel N. Friedel - Maryland).

B. Report No. 2249 (To accompany H. R. 8754): re: "Deduction for payment of redeemable ground rents" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 18: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Excise (H. R. 8952).

A. H. R. 8952: "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to the conditions under which the special constructive sale price rule is to apply for purposes of certain manufacturers excise taxes." (James A. Burke - Massachusetts).

B. Conference Report No. 2542 (To accompany H. R. 8952): re: "Constructive sale price for purposes of certain manufacturers excise taxes" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 19: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Japanese-American Evacuation Claims (H. R. 12719).

A. H. R. 12719: "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide that amounts received as certain awards under the Japanese-American Evacuation Claims Act of 1948, as amended, shall not be included in gross income." (Cecil R. King - California).

B. Report No. 2254 (To accompany H. R. 12719): re: "Awards the Japanese-American Evacuation Claims Act of 1948" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 20: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Pensions (H. R. 10117).

A. H. R. 10117: "To amend section 401 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide that plans which provide certain medical and other benefits for retired employees and their families may be qualified pensions plans." (Thomas B. Curtis - Missouri).

B. Report No. 2317 (To accompany H. R. 10117): re: "Inclusion of medical, etc., benefits under qualified pension plans" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 21: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Processing: Coconut/Palm Oil (H. R. 5260).

A. H. R. 5260: "To repeal the 3 cents per pound processing tax on coconut oil, and for other purposes." (John D. Dingell - Michigan).

B. Report No. 2239 (To accompany H. R. 5260): re: "Making permanent existing suspensions on tax on the first domestic processing of coconut oil and palm oil" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 22: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Revenue Act of 1962 (H. R. 10650). H. R. 10650: "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide a credit for investment in certain defects and inequities, and for purposes." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 23: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Revenue Act of 1962 (H. R. 10650).

A. Committee Print: re: "The Revenue Act of 1962."

B. Conference Report No. 2508 (To accompany H. R. 10650): re: "Revenue Act of 1962" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Report (To accompany H. R. 10650): re: "Revenue Act of 1962."

F 24: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Revenue Act of 1962 (H. R. 10650).

A. Remarks/Article: re: "Revenue Act of 1962" (in Congressional Record).

B. Roll Call Votes: re: H. R. 10650.

C. Memorandum: re: Summary.

D. Summary: re: Amendments to H. R. 10650.

E. Clipping: "Much-Modified Tax Bill Passed By Both Houses."

F. Clipping: "The Tax Bill."

F 25: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Savings Institutions (H. R. 13358).

A. H. R. 13358: "Relating to the taxable year for which the deduction for interest paid will be allowable to certain building and loan associations, mutual savings banks, and cooperative banks." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 2544 (To accompany H. R. 13358): re: "Taxable year for the deduction of interest by certain savings institutions" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 26: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Tax Rate Extension Act (H. R. 11879).

A. H. R. 11879: "To provide a 1-year extension of the existing corporate normal-tax rate and of certain excise-tax rates, and for other purposes." (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 1738 (To accompany H. R. 11879): re: "Tax Rate Extension Act of 1962" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Outlines: re: H. R. 11879.

F 27: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Terminal Railroad Corporations (H. R. 12599).

A. H. R. 12599: "Relating to the income tax treatment of terminal railroad corporations and their shareholders." (Ronald V. Libonati - Illinois).

B. Conference Report No. 2543 (To accompany H. R. 12599): re: "Income tax treatment of terminal railroad corporation" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

C. Report No. 2326 (To accompany H. R. 12599): re: "Income tax treatment of terminal railroad corporations" (Wilbur D. Mills - Arkansas).

F 28: Majority Leader Files (1961-1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Taxes: Unrelated Business Income (H. R. 7757).

A. H. R. 7757: "To amend subsection (b) of section 512 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (dealing with unrelated business taxable income)." (A. Sydney Herlong, Jr. - Florida).

B. Report No. 1755 (To accompany H. R. 7757): re: "Exemption from tax on unrelated business income" (A. Sydney Herlong, Jr. - Florida).

F 29: Majority Leader Files (1962). Ways and Means, Committee on: Unemployment Compensation (H. R. 7640).

A. H. R. 7640: "To provide for the establishment of a permanent program of additional unemployment compensation, to provide for equalization grants, to extend coverage of the unemployment compensation program, to establish Federal requirements with respect to the weekly benefit amount and limit the tax credits available to employers in a State which does not meet such requirements, to establish a Federal requirement prohibiting State from denying compensation to workers undergoing occupational training or retraining and deny tax credits to employers in a State which does not meet such requirement, to increase the wage base for the Federal unemployment tax, to establish a Federal additional compensation and equalization account in the Unemployment Trust Fund, and for other purposes." (Cecil R. King - California).

B. Booklet: re: "Preserving States' Control of Unemployment Insurance.

F 30: Majority Leader Files (1962). Whip Notices: January-April. Whip Notices: re: Weekly legislative measures.

F 31: Majority Leader Files (1962). Whip Notices: May-September. Whip Notices: re: Weekly legislative measures.

F 31A: Legislative Program (1962).

F 31B: Legislative Correspondence - General. Out-of-State. Jan.-Apr. 1962.

F 31C: Legislative Correspondence - General. Out-of-State. May - Dec. 1962.

F 31D: Miscellaneous memos from Speaker John McCormack.

EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS (1963-1964)

F 32: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Agriculture, Assistant Secretary of (H. R. 3850).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 3850.

B. H. R. 3850: "To establish an additional office of Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, and for other purposes." (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 33: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Agricultural Conservation Program. Correspondence: re: The Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act; Agricultural Conservation Program.

F 34: Agriculture, Committee on (1962). Agricultural Trade. Booklet: re: "The New British Commonwealth/Economic and Commercial Policies as Related to Agricultural Production and Trade."

F 35: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Agricultural Trade (P. L. 480). Correspondence: re: Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 (Public Law 480); H. R. 11202.

F 36: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Agricultural Trade Development & Assistance Act (H. R. 12298).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 12298.

B. H. R. 12298: "To extend the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954, and for other purposes." (W. R. Poage - Texas).

C. Summary: "Public Law 480 Extension."

D. News Release: re: The Food-for-Peace Act (P. L. 480).

F 37: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Alaska (H. R. 3109). Correspondence: re: H. R. 3109: "To provide for a program of agricultural land development in the State of Alaska." (Ralph J. Rivers - Alaska).

F 38: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Appropriations.

A. Correspondence: re: Statement.

B. Statement: Agricultural policies and programs (Orville L. Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture).

C. Statement: re: Agricultural programs (Jamie L. Whitten - Mississippi).

F 39: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cattle: Beef Grading. Correspondence: re: The U. S. Department of Agriculture's proposed rule to add a cutability grade to the beef grading system; Dual grading of cattle.

F 40: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cattle: Cancer.

A. Correspondence: re: Possibility that consumption of charcoal broiled meat may cause cancer.

B. Fact Sheet: re: The presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (National Cancer Institute).

F 41: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cattle: Imports. Correspondence: re: Reduction of cattle imports; Domestic producers; Agricultural economy; Stability of domestic cattle prices.

F 42: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cattle: Screwworm Eradication.

A. Correspondence: re: Appropriation of the Southwest Animal Health Research Foundation; Resolution.

B. Resolution: re: "Screwworm Eradication" (Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association).

C. Report: re: "Status of the Southwest Screwworm Eradication Program."

F 43: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Colleagues.

A. Memo: re: Washington Farmletter.

B. Washington Farmletter: re: Cotton and ARA legislation.

F 44: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Committee: Cooley Praise. Correspondence: re: Legislation involving food for the needy equitable cotton prices and continuation of a sound wheat program; wheat industry.

F 45: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Cotton.

A. Correspondence: re: Newsletters; Cotton legislation; Release and reapportionment of unused cotton acreage; Clippings; Booklet, Analysis; Summary.

B. Newsletter: re: "'An Old Story' - Featuring Rip Van Winkle Congress" (Robert Moore & Co. - November 1, 1962).

C. Newsletter: re: "A Simple Suggestion For Solving The Cotton Problem" (Robert Moore & Co. - August 12, 1960).

D. Newsletter: re: "The Compensatory Payment Plan For Cotton" (Robert Moore & Co. - June 2 1955).

E. Clipping: "275 Million Cotton Dollars From Released Acreage Program."

F. Clipping: "Cotton Acreage Release - Big Boost to Southern Farming."

G. Clipping: "Release Program in Texas and Oklahoma."

H. Booklet: "Who Gets The Cotton Subsidy?"

I. Analysis: re: "How A Major Cut In Cotton Acreage Could Affect The American Agricultural Economy."

J. Summary: re: Proposed increases in cotton acreage allotments.

K. Booklet: "The Economic Outlook for U. S. Cotton."

L. Clipping: "Cotton Bill Stalled on Price Issue."

F 46: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Cotton (H. R. 6196): Colleagues. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196: "To encourage increased consumption of cotton, to maintain the income of cotton producers, to provide a special research program designed to lower costs of production, and for other purposes." (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 47: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Cotton (H. R. 6196): Correspondence.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196; Summaries; Clipping; Statement; Resolution.

B. Summary: re: Position of the New York Cotton Exchange.

C. Clipping: "Let's Amend or Defeat Cooley Cotton Bill."

D. Statement: re: "Why The Cooley Bill, H. R. 6196, Should Be Defeated."

E. Outline: re: "Cotton Situation."

F. Summary: "What The Cooley Bill Means To Cotton."

G. Leaflet: "Crisis In Cotton."

H. Summary: re: Provisions of H. R. 6196.

I. Summary: re: H. R. 6196.

J. Resolution: re: H. R. 6196.

K. Memorandum: re: H. R. 6196.

F 48: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Cotton (H. R. 6196): Data from Ed Edmondson.

A. Summary: re: H. R. 6196.

B. Outline: re: "Cotton Situation".

C. Summary: re: "Importance of Cotton to Oklahoma" and "Importance of Cotton to United States."

D. Summary: "What The Cooley Bill Means To Cotton."

E. Tables: re: 1963 Cotton Acreage Allotments.

F. Summary: re: Amendment to H. R. 6196.

F 49: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Cotton (H. R. 6196): Data: Legislation.

A. H. R. 6196: See file 46 for title and author.

B. Report No. 366 (To accompany H. R. 6196): re: "Revitalize the American Cotton Industry." (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

F 50: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cotton/Wheat (H. R. 6196): Colleagues/Departmental.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196; Summary.

B. Summary: re: Alternatives and Costs pertaining to wheat and cotton.

C. Memorandum: re: Farm legislation.

F 51: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cotton/Wheat (H. R. 6196): Correspondence: re: cotton.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196; Outline; Summary.

B. Outline: "Should Pik Certificates Be Made To First Buyer Or Last Handler?"

C. Summary: "Domestic Equalization Payment to Last Handler Versus First Buyer."

F 52: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cotton/Wheat (H. R. 6196): Correspondence: Farm Bureau/Farmers Union/Grange.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196; Summary; Resolution.

B. Summary: re: Alternatives and Costs pertaining to wheat and cotton.

C. Resolution: re: H. R. 6196.

D. Statement: re: H. R. 6196 (By: James G. Patton, President of National Farmers Union).

E. Newsletter (Grange News): re: "High Bread Cost and Profit Squeeze On Bakers Not Due To Wheat Price."

F 53: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cotton/Wheat (H. R. 6196): Correspondence: general.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196; Clippings.

B. Clipping: "Farm Bureau Blasts Bill."

C. Clipping: "Morocco Due Aid Despite Cobalt Sale."

D. Clipping: "United States Pouring Millions Into Cuba Through Foreign Aid."

E. Clipping: Where Now?/A Woman Writer Takes a Critical Look at America."

F 54: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cotton/Wheat (H. R. 6196): Correspondence: re: wheat.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6196; Wheat legislation.

B. Clipping: "The Smoking Room."

F 55: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Cotton/Wheat (H. R. 6196): Data.

A. Analysis: re: "Criticisms of H. Res. 665, 88th Congress: re: Adoption of Senate Wheat Amendments to H. R. 6196, the Cotton Bill."

B. Remarks: re: H. R. 6196 (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

C. List: re: "Resolutions providing for taking House bill with Senate amendments from Speaker's table, concurring in amendments."

F 56: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Cotton (S. 1190). Correspondence: re: S. 1190: "To maintain the income of cotton producers, to permit cotton producers to grow and market cotton on a free enterprise basis, to protect the welfare of consumers and of those engaged in the manufacture of cotton textiles, to encourage the exportation of cotton, and for other purposes." (Herman E. Talmadge - Georgia; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).

F 57: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Cotton (S. 1511). S. 1511: "To encourage increased consumption of cotton, to maintain the income of cotton producers, to provide a special research program designed to lower costs of production, and for other purposes." (Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana; B. Everett Jordan - North Carolina).

F 58: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Dairy.

A. Correspondence: re: Drought problem; Farm programs; Dairy legislation.

B. Report: re: "The Dairy Legislation Before the 88th Congress."

F 59: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Dairy (S. 1915). Correspondence: re: S. 1915: "To amend the Agriculture Adjustment Act, as reenacted and amended by the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended, and to encourage the reduction of excess marketings of milk, and for other purposes." (William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Philip A. Hart - Michigan).

F 60: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Departmental Data.

A. Correspondence: re: Workbook.

B. Work book: re: Food Stamp and Wheat-Cotton bills (Department of Agriculture).

F 61: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Emergency Food Board (H. R. 640). Correspondence: re: H. R. 640: "To establish a program of survival food deposits in order to provide subsistence for the large numbers of the civilian population of the United States who would be evacuated from the devastated areas in the event of attack on the United States. (D. R. (Billy) Matthews -Florida).

F 62: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Experiment Stations (H. R. 40/H. R. 5249).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 40; H. R. 5249.

B. H. R. 40: "To assist the States to provide additional facilities for research at the State agricultural experiment stations." (Thomas G. Abernethy - Mississippi).

C. H. R. 5249: Same title as H. R. 40 (Tom Steed - Oklahoma).

D. Press Release: re: Agricultural Research.

F 63: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Extension Service. Correspondence: re: Proposed cuts in the extension services.

F 64: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Farm Bureau Program.

A. Correspondence: re: The Cotton Adjustment and Trade Expansion Act (S. 1458); The Wheat and Feed Grain Act (S. 1617); Leaflets.

B. S. 1458: "To establish price supports and acreage allotments for cotton, and for other purposes." (Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana).

C. Leaflet: "Government Payment Schemes: "The Wrong Road!"

D. Leaflet: "Government Payments/The Road to Government-Managed Agriculture."

E. Draft/Bill: re: "To establish wheat and feed grain production, to establish a cropland retirement program, and for other purposes."

F. Summary: re: Technical Explanation of the Wheat and Feed Grain Act of 1963.

G. Statement: re: Proposed changes in cotton legislation.

H. Summary: re: Cotton Bills.

F 65: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Farm Labor: Braceros Program. Correspondence: re: Support of the bracero program; Agricultural legislation to allow importation of agricultural workers; Mexican farm labor program (P. L. 78).

F 66: Agriculture, Committee on (1962-1963). Farm Labor: Migratory.

A. Correspondence: re: Problems of migratory workers; Legislation to authorize financial assistance to provide educational opportunities for children of migratory workers.

B. Newsletter (Progress Report) Report No. 8 (January, 1963).

F 67: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Farm Labor (H. R. 1836).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 1836; Article.

B. H. R. 1836: "To amend title V of the Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended, and for other purposes." (Charles M. Teague - California).

C. Article: "Grapes of Wrath Rot in the Sun."

F 68: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Farm Labor (H. R. 5497). Correspondence: re: H. R. 5497: "To amend title V of the Agriculture Act of 1949, as amended, and for other purposes." (Morris K. Udall - Arizona).

F 69: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Farm Labor (H. R. 8195/S. 1703).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8195; S. 1703; Summaries.

B. H. R. 8195: "To amend section 510 of title V of the Agriculture Act of 1949, as amended." (Graham Purcell - Texas).

C. S. 1703: "To amend title V of the Agriculture Act of 1949, as amended, and for other purposes." (Gordon Allot - Colorado; Peter H. Dominick - Colorado).

D. Summary: "Reasons for Continuation of P. L. 78/The Mexican Bracero Program."

E. Summary: "Mexican Stakes Hill All On U. S. Farm Work."

F 70: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Farmers Union.

A. Correspondence: re: Summary.

B. Summary: re: Immediate Action Program pertaining to price increase of farm and ranch commodities.

C. Statement: re: Department of Agriculture Budget (By: James G. Patton - President of National Farmers Union).

D. Newsletter (National Farmers Union's Washington Newsletter) Vol. 10, No. 8 (March 8, 1963).

E. Newsletter (National Farmers Union's Washington Newsletter) Vol. 10, No. 12 (April 12, 1963).

F. Report: "Farm Legislative Status Report and Farm Economic Situation."

F 71: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Feed Grains.

A. Correspondence: re: Remarks; Legislation pertaining to feed grains for 1964.

B. Remarks: re: Agricultural programs (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 72: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Feed Grain Program (H. R. 3874).

A. H. R. 3874: "To extend the feed grain program." (W. R. Poage - Texas).

B. Report: re: H. R. 3874 (National Association of Wheat Growers).

F 73: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Feed Grain Program (H. R. 4997).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4997; Feed Grain legislation; Clippings.

B. H. R. 4997: "To extend the feed grain program." (W. R. Poage - Texas).

C. Clipping: "House Hands Kennedy Win On Grain Bill."

D. Clipping: "Albert Sees Grain Bill OK."

F 74: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Feed Programs, Emergency (H. R. 9181/H. R. 12118/S.400).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 9181; H. R. 12118; S. 400.

B. H. R. 9181: "To establish penalties for misuse of feed made available for relieving distress or preservation and maintenance of foundation herds." (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

C. H. R. 12118: "To facilitate pricing of feed made available for use in emergency areas to establish penalties for misuse of feed made available for relieving distress or for preservation and maintenance of foundation herds, and for other purposes." (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

D. S. 400: Same title as H. R. 9181 (Allen J. Ellender - Louisiana).

F 75: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Food Marketing, National Commission on.

A. Correspondence: re: Proposed legislation to establish a bipartisan commission to study and appraise changes in the marketing system for farm and food products; Memorandum; Draft Bill

B. Memorandum: re: Economy relative to the food industry.

C. Draft Bill: Establishment of a National Commission on Food Marketing.

F 76: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Food Marketing, National Commission on (H. J. Res. 977).

A. H. J. Res. 977: "To establish a National Commission on Food Marketing to study the food industry from the farm to the consumer." (Harold D. Cooley - North Carolina).

B. Newsletter (The Oklahoma Democrat) Vol. 1, No. 5 (December 1963).

C. Memo: re: H. J. Res. 977.

D. Press Release: re: "Cooley Proposes Commission For Food Study."

E. Press Release: re: "Farm Prices Down 12 percent, Consumer Food Costs up 29 percent, since World War II."

F. Committee Print: re: "Food Costs - Farm Prices."

G. Press Release: re: "Cattle Prices Down - Retail Beef Prices Up Says Congressman Poage."

F 77: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Food Stamps.

A. Correspondence: re: Communistic controlled countries; Food Stamp program.

B. Article: "Just Who Signed Petition for Reds?"

C. Article: "A Valiant Woman."

D. Leaflet: "Operation Kill The Spider."

E. Newsletter (Strom Thurmond reports To The People) Vol. IX, No. 36 (September 23, 1963): re: "Red Carpet For Red Dictator In Washington."

F 78: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Food Stamps (H. R. 5733). Correspondence: re: H. R. 5733: "To strengthen the agricultural economy; to help to achieve a fuller and more effective use of food abundances; to provide for improved levels of nutrition among economically needy households through a program of food assistance to be operated through normal channels of trade; and for other purposes." (Leonor Kretzer Sullivan - Missouri).

F 79: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Food Stamps (H. R. 8107). Correspondence: re: H. R. 8107: "To strengthen the agricultural economy; to help achieve a fuller and more effective use of food abundances; to provide for improved levels of nutrition among economically needy households through a cooperative Federal-State program of food assistance to be operated through normal channels of trade; and for other purposes." (Leonor Kretzer Sullivan - Missouri).

F 80: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Food Stamps (H. R. 10222). Correspondence: re: H. R. 10222: "To strengthen the agricultural economy; to help to achieve a fuller and more effective use of food abundances; to provide for improved levels of nutrition among economically needy households through a cooperative Federal-State program of food assistance to be operated through normal channels of trade; and for other purposes." (Leonor Kretzner Sullivan - Missouri).

F 81: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Forestry. Correspondence: re: Legislative proposals providing for further research into improved uses for forest products; Forest industry.

F 82: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Freight Rates. Press Release: re: Support of the minimum rate regulation from the transportation of agricultural and bulk commodities.

F 83: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). General.

A. Correspondence: re: Farm program; Medicare; The United Nations; Foreign aid; Cuba; Agricultural legislation; Tax reform and tax reduction; Cotton Bill; Wheat industry; Support of free markets without production or marketing controls pertaining to the agricultural economy; Booklet; Farm Subsidies.

B. Booklet: "The Farmer Committee System."

F 84: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Guam (H. R. 3869). Correspondence: re: H. R. 3869: "To establish Federal agricultural services to Guam, and for other purposes." (Spark M. Matsunaga -Hawaii).

F 85: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Meat Imports. Correspondence: re: Legislation pertaining to the importation of meat.

F 86: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Meat Imports (H. R. 10082/H. R. 10095).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 10082; H. R. 10095.

B. H. R. 10082: "To restrict imports of beef, veal, and mutton into the United States." (Arnold Olsen - Montana).

C. H. R. 10095: Same title as H. R. 10082 (Joseph M. Montoya - New Mexico).

F 87: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Meat Imports (S. 2525).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 2525.

B. S. 2525: "To restrict imports of beef, veal, and mutton into the United States." (Mike Mansfield - Montana; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Ala Bible - Nevada; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Howard W. Cannon - Nevada; Frank Carlson - Kansas; Carl T. Curtis - Nebraska; Peter H. Dominick - Colorado; J. Howard Edmondson - Oklahoma; Barry Goldwater - Arizona; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Carl Hayden - Arizona; Bourke B. Hickenlooper - Iowa; Edward V. Long - Missouri; George McGovern - South Dakota; Edwin L. Mechem - New Mexico; Jack Miller - Iowa; Milward L. Simpson - Wyoming; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Milton R. Young - North Dakota).

C. Press Release: re: "Osage Cattlemen's Association Ask Congress To Limit Beef Imports."

F 88: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). National Grange.

A. Correspondence: re: Food stamp and wheat-cotton bills; Address.

B. Address: re: The Ninety-Seventh Annual Session of the National Grange (By: Herschel D. Newson, Master).

F 89: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). National Livestock Feeders Association.

A. Correspondence: re: Resolutions.

B. Resolution: re: Land Use.

C. Resolution: re: Feed & Feed Grain Programs.

D. Resolution: re: Lobbying By Government Officials & Employees.

E. Resolution: re: Assumption of Authority By Federal Regulatory Divisions.

F. Resolution: re: Political Control of Extension Service.

G. Resolution: re: Foreign Trade Negotiations.

H. Resolution: re: Orderly Marketing of Livestock and Meat.

I. Resolution: re: Bonding of Purchasers of Slaughter Livestock.

J. Resolution: re: Packer Ownership of Market Facilities.

K. Resolution: re: Use of Unauthorized Scales.

L. Resolution: re: Collection of Commission, Yardage, or Service Charges by Packers and Dealers.

M. Resolution: re: Custodial Accounts.

N. Resolution: re: Dual Grading of Beef.

O. Resolution: re: Competitive Markets.

P. Resolution: re: Extension of Market Week.

Q. Resolution: re: National Livestock & Meat Board.

R. Resolution: re: Appropriations For Packer & Stockyards Division, USDA.

S. Resolution: re: Weights On Feeder Cattle.

T. Resolution: re: Transportation-Minimum Rate Bills.

U. Resolution: re: Midwest Carlot Meat Reporting Service.

V. Resolution: re: Pig Crop Reports.

W. Resolution: re: Clear Channel Broadcasting.

X. Resolution: re: Federal Matching Funds For Welfare.

F 90: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

A. Correspondence: re: Resolutions.

B. Resolution: re: REA Loan Funds and Loan Terms.

C. Resolution: re: Legislation By Appropriation.

D. Resolution: re: Territorial Integrity.

E. Resolution: re: Administration of REA.

F. Resolution: re: FPC Jurisdiction.

G. Resolution: re: Resource Development.

H. Resolution: re: Preference Clause.

I. Resolution: re: Cost Allocations.

J. Resolution: re: Pumped Storage and Related Power Developments.

K. Resolution: re: Interconnections of Federal Power Program.

L. Resolution: re: Keating Amendment.

M. Resolution: re: Transmission Line Rights-Of Way.

N. Resolution: re: Proposals to Abolish REA, Rural Electrics and TVA.

O. Resolution: re: Power Company Windfalls.

P. Resolution: re: Economic Opportunities For Rural Areas.

Q. Resolution: re: Women's Participation.

R. Resolution: re: Dissemination of Information on Candidates.

S. Resolution: re: NRECA Casualty Insurance Divided Pooling.

T. Resolution: re: Appreciation to Members of Congress.

U. Resolution: re: Appreciation to Government Officials.

V. Resolution: re: Appreciation to Those Responsible For This Meeting.

F 91: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Oklahoma: Herbicide Use.

A. Correspondence: re: Statement

B. Statement: re: Pesticides (By: Lew Meibergen). 1 copy.

C. Press Release: re: "Herbicide Use Curbed In Harmon County."

F 92: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Packers and Stockyards Act (H. R. 1706). Correspondence: re: H. R. 1706: "To amend the Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921, to strengthen independent competition by providing for competitive enterprise in the retail sales of meat, meat food products, livestock products, and other food items." (James Roosevelt - California).

F 93: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Packers and Stockyards Act (H. R. 5860/H. R. 5861).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 5860; H. R. 586.

B. H. R. 5860: "To amend section 407 of the Packers and Stockyards Act of 1921, as amended." (W. R. Poage - Texas).

C. H. R. 5861: Same title as H. R. 5860 (Don L. Short - North Dakota).

F 94: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Peanuts. Correspondence: re: Support for the Peanut Research Laboratory in Dawson, Georgia.

F 95: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Peanuts (H. R. 101). Correspondence: re: H. R. 101: "To extend for 2 years the definition of "peanuts" which is now in effect under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938." (D. R. (Billy) Matthews - Florida).

F 96: Agriculture, Committee on (1963-1964). Potatoes, Irish, Trading (H.R. 904/S. 332).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 904; S. 332; Communication.

B. H. R. 904: "To prohibit trading in Irish potato futures on commodity exchanges." (Clifford G. McIntire - Maine).

C. S. 332: Same title as H. R. 904 (Edmund S. Muskie - Maine).

D. Communication: re: Idaho potato market.

E. Booklet: re: Legislative Analysis pertaining to H. R. 904 and S. 332. 1 copy.

F 97: Agriculture, Committee on (1964). Poultry/Eggs.

A. Correspondence: re: Summary.

B. Summary: re: Breakfast Habit Survey.

F 98: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Rural Electrification Act.

A. Correspondence: re: The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association's opinion of the REA Program.

B. Newsletter (The Rural Electric Minutemen) No. 238 (October 25, 1963).

C. Booklet: re: "The Rural Electrification Administration/An Evaluation."

D. Remarks: re: "NRECA's Clyde Ellis Replies to Slanted Article in Fortune Magazine Against Rural Electrics." (By: Alec G. Olson - Minnesota.)

F 99: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Rural Electrification Act (H. R. 1837). Correspondence: re: H. R. 1837: "Relating to the interest rates on loans made by the Treasury to the Department of Agriculture to carry out the programs authorized by the Rural Electrification Act of 1936." (Charles M. Teague - California).

F 100: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Rural Electrification Act (H. R. 5065). Correspondence: re: H. R. 5065: "Relating to the interest rates on loans made by the Treasury to the Department of Agriculture to carry out the programs authorized by the Rural Electrification Act of 1936." (Charles M. Teague - California).

F 101: Agriculture, Committee on (1963). Rural Electrification Act (H.R. 7861) Correspondence: re: H. R. 7861: "To amend the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, as amended, to make more specific the purpose for which loans may be made under sections 2 and 4 of such act, and to modify the provisions relating to interest rates on loans made under such act." (Charles M. Teague - California).

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