CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 67

Box 68: Eighty-eighth Congress: Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Judiciary

F 1: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1964). Quality Stabilization.

A. Correspondence: re: Quality Stabilization Bill; Clippings; Increase in personal bankruptcies; Opposition to H. R. 3669; H. R. 10862; Resolution.

B. Clippings: "New Bill Eyes Your Pocketbook."

C. Clipping: "Bankruptcy Toll Sets State Record."

D. Clipping: "The Price fixers."

E. Resolutions: re: The Quality Stabilization Bill.

F. Remarks: re: "High Pressure Propaganda Manipulating Opposition to Quality Stabilization" (By: Thurston B. Morton - Kentucky).

G. Clipping: "Quality Bill Analyzed."

H. Clipping: re: Quality Stabilization Law.

F 2: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963-1964). Quality Stabilization (H._R._3669).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 3669; Statements; Resolution; Excerpt: (Clippings).

B. H. R. 3669: "To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act, to promote quality and price stabilization, to define and restrain certain unfair methods of distribution and to confirm, define, and equalize the rights of producers and resellers in the distribution of goods identified by distinguishing brands, names, or trademarks, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Statement: re: The Quality Stabilization Bill.

D. Resolution: re: H. R. 3669.

E. Excerpt: re: Quality Stabilization.

F. Clipping: "Quality Stabilization Bill Advances."

G. Statement: re: Quality Stabilization Act.

H. Clipping: re: H. R. 3669.

I. Remarks: re: "National Independent Labor Journal Endorses Quality Stabilization Bill: (John Dent - Pennsylvania).

F 3: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Quality Stabilization (S. 774).

A. S. 774: To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act, to promote quality and price stabilization, to define and restrain certain unfair methods of distribution and to confirm, define and equalize the rights of producers and resellers in the distribution of goods identified by distinguishing brands, names, or trademarks, and for other purposes." (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Frank Carlson - Kansas; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Thurston B. Morton - Kentucky; Karl E. Mundt - South Dakota; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Milton R. Young - North Dakota)

B. Remarks: re: "Wheeling (W. Va.) Intelligence Presents Reasoned Editorial in Support of Quality Stabilization." (Jennings Randolph - West Virginia).

F 4: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Radio.

A. Correspondence: re: Terms and conditions under which AP and UPI supply news services to broadcasters; Summary; Fact Sheet; Editorials.

B. Summary: re: "Proposals to License Daytime Only Stations to Operate Pre-Sunrise."

C. Fact Sheet: re: "Proposed Extension of Pre-Sunrise Operating Hours For Class III - Daytime Only Stations" (H. R. 4474).

D. Editorial: "To Thee We Sing."

E. Editorial: "The Right to Speak."

F. Editorial: "Hero Of The Belt Buckle."

G. Editorial: "The U. S. Flag At Sea."

H. Editorial: "More Economic Study Needed."

I. Editorial: "Does Anyone Know?"

J. Editorial: "A Daily National Disaster."

K. Editorial: "Knock The Wall Down."

L. Editorial: "The Alphabet Parade."

M. Editorial: "A Federal Boxing Commission."

N. Editorial: "Golf Duffers Get Help."

O. Editorial: "Aiding the Dropout."

P. Editorial: "Year-Round College."

Q. Editorial: "Sun Can Be A Killer."

R. Editorial: "Overweight: Forget It."

S. Editorial: "Radios Will Be Smaller."

T. Editorial: "Archeology Without Digging."

U. Editorial: "A Way To Stop Night Accidents."

V. Editorial: "The Coonskin Cap."

W. Editorial: "Extra Pay For Paradise?"

X. Editorial: "A Stronger Reserve Program."

F 5: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Radio (H. R. 4474).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4474.

B. H. R. 4474: "To amend the Communication Act of 1934, with respect to the hours of operation of certain broadcasting stations." (George E. Shipley - Illinois).

C. Report No. 1870 (To accompany H. R. 4749): re: "Presunrise Operations By Daytime Radio Stations" (Morgan M. Moulder - Missouri).

F 6: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Radio (S. 2290). Correspondence: re: S. 2290: "To amend the Communications Act of 1934 with respect to the hours during which certain broadcasting stations may operate with their daytime facilities." (Vance Hartke - Indiana; Lee Metcalf - Montana).

F 7: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963-1964). Railroads: General: Correspondence.

A. Correspondence: re: Legislation opposing forms of compulsory arbitration: The "railroad featherbedding" dispute; Summaries; Remarks; Clipping; Schedules; Statements; Survey; Railroad labor unions; Railroad management.

B. Summary: "The Featherbedding Impasses: Cooperation vs. Non-Cooperation."

C. Summary: "Management's Concessions in the Featherbedding Dispute: A Record of One-Way Bargaining."

D. Remarks: re: Compulsory arbitration (Wayne Morse - Oregon).- Oregon).

E. Clipping: "Rail Truce by Mandate."

F. Schedule: re: "Chronology Of Recent Events In The Featherbedding Dispute" (July 15, 1963).

G. Summary: "Progress Plus Protection."

H. Statement: re: Railroad management.

I. Survey: re: Compulsory arbitration.

J. Statement: re: "Compulsory Arbitration/A Major Treat To The Public Interest."

F 8: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: General: Data.

A. Photographs: re: Railroads.

B. Clipping: "Senators Speed Bill To Provide Bail Arbitration."

C. Booklet/Report: re: Railroad rules dispute and positions of the carriers and the five brotherhoods.

D. Address: "There Is A Transportation Crisis" (Morris Forgash).

F 9: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: General: Data.

A. H. R. 5610 (P. L. 86-28). "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, so as to provide increases in benefits, and for other purposes." (Original legislation by : ).

B. Booklet/Report: re: Facts and Issues on railroad industry (By: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen).

C. Press Release: "The Case For Locomotive Helpers (Firemen)."

D. Fact Sheet: re: "National Railroad Work Rules Arbitration Proceedings."

E. Summary: re: "Highlights Of The Brotherhoods Case In Behalf Of The Locomotive Helper (Fireman)."

F. Table: re: "Employees Per Mile of Road United States Class I Railways and Selected European Railway Systems" (1961).

G. Table: re: "Selected Operating Statistics, Western European Railway Systems and Class I Line-Haul Railways in the United States" (1961).

H. Table: re: "Productivity Indexes, All Manufacturing Non-Agricultural Private Economy and the Railroad Industry (1922-1962).

F 10: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: Miscellaneous (H. R. 3310/H. R. 4512/H. R. 4700/H. R. 4744/S. 729/S. 1061/S. 1138/S. 1161).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 3310; H. R. 4512; H. R. 4700; H. R. 4744; S. 729; S. 1061; S. 1138; S. 1161.

B. H. R. 3310: "To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, and the Temporary Extended Railroad Unemployment Insurance Benefits Act of 1961 to increase the creditable and taxable compensation, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. H. R. 4512: "To repeal section 13a of the Interstate Commerce Act." (John B. Bennett - Michigan).

D. H. R. 4700: "To exempt certain carriers from minimum rate regulation in the transportation of bulk commodities, agricultural and fishery products, and passengers, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

E. H. R. 4744: Same title as H. R. 4512 (Harley O. Staggers - West Virginia).

F. S. 729: Same title as H. R. 3310 (Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota).

G. S. 1061: Same title as H. R. 4700 (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

H. S. 1138: "To direct the Interstate Commerce Commission not to approve or authorize, until December 31, 1964, the consolidation or merger of carriers by railroad subject to part I of the Interstate Commerce Act." (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Henry M. Jackson - Washington).

I. S. 1161: Same title as H. R. 4512 (Vance Hartke - Indiana).

F 11: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: Financing (S. Res. 136).

A. S. Res. 136: "Establishing a select committee to study railroad financing." (Vance Hartke - Indiana; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Howard W. Cannon - Nevada; Frank Church - Idaho; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Albert Gore - Tennessee; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Herman E. Talmadge - Georgia; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas).

B. Speech: "Study of Financial Structure of the Railroad Industry" (Vance Hartke - Indiana).

F 12: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: Mergers (H. J. Res. 305).

A. Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 305; Clippings.

B. H. J. Res. 305: "To temporarily suspend the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission to approve consolidations, unifications, or acquisitions of control of railroad properties." (John B. Bennett - Michigan).

C. Clippings: re: Railroad industry.

D. Clipping: "State RRs Cry - On Way to Bank."

E. Clipping: "Actual Conditions of RRs Camouflaged From Public."

F. Clipping: "Rail 'Poverty' Myth Is Just That."

F 13: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: Strike (H. J. Res. 565/H. J. Res. 579/H. J. Res. 583/ S. J. Res. 102).

A. Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 565; H. J. Res. 579; H. J. Res. 583; S. J. Res. 102; Advertisement; Clipping; Promulgation.

B. H. J. Res. 565: "To provide for the settlement of the labor dispute between certain carriers by railroad and certain of their employees." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. H. J. Res. 579: Same title as H. J. Res. 565 (Harley O. Staggers - West Virginia).

D. H. J. Res. 583: Same title as H. J. Res. 565 (John B. Bennett - Michigan).

E. S. J. Res. 102: Same title as H. J. Res.565 (Mike Mansfield - Montana; Everett McKinley Dirksen - (Illinois).

F. Advertisement: re: Failing 1250 Holmaster Water Well Rig.

G. Clipping: "Some Rail Labor Facts Come to Light in Newspaper Story."

H. Promulgation: re: Revisions in Work Rules (By: Southern Pacific Company).

F 14: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: Strike (H. J. Res. 665).

A. H. J. Res. 665: "To provide for settlement of the labor dispute between certain carriers by railroad and certain of their employees." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

B. Report No. 713 (To accompany H. J. Res. 665): re: "Railroad Labor Dispute" (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 15: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Railroads: Strike (S. J. Res. 102).

A. Correspondence: re: S. J. Res. 102.

B. S. J. Res. 102: "To provide for the settlement of the labor dispute between certain carriers by railroad and certain of their employees." (Mike Mansfield - Montana; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois).

C. Report No. 459 (To accompany S. J. Res. 102): re: "Railroad Work Rules Dispute" (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington)

D. Summary: re: "Background For Proposed Amendment To The Railway Labor Act."

F 16: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Securities Act (H. R. 6789/H. R. 6793/S. 1642).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6789; H. R. 6793; S. 1642; Summaries; Legislation providing for amendments to the Securities Exchange Act.

B. H. R. 6789: "To amend the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, to extended disclosure requirements to the issuers of additional publicly traded securities, to provide for improved qualification and disciplinary procedures for registered brokers and dealers, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. H. R. 6793: Same title as H. R. 6789 (Harley O. Staggers - West Virginia).

D. S. 1642: Same title as H. R. 6789 (A. Willis Robertson - Virginia).

E. Summary: "Comments On Amendments/Securities Act and Securities Exchange Act" (S. 1642 - H. R. 6789).

F. Summary: re: Proposed amendment to S. 1642.

G. Summary: re: "Digest of Opposition to Compulsory NASD Membership Contained in Printed Hearings on Sec. Bill (H. R. 6789)."

H. Booklets: re: Excerpts from a Address entitled "The Welfare State Sea Gull" (By: John B. Hunt, State Insurance Commissioner).

F 17: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1964). Securities Act (H. R. 8499/S. 2223).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8499; S. 2223.

B. H. R. 8499: "To amend the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended, to provide for the regulation of collective investment funds maintained by banks, and for other purposes." (John B. Anderson) - Illinois).

C. S. 2223: Same title as H. R. 8499 (Peter H. Dominick - Colorado; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Thomas J. McIntyre - New Hampshire).

F 18: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963-1964). Securities Act (S. 1642). Correspondence: re: S. 1642: "To amend the Securities Act of 1934, as amended, to extend disclosure requirements to the issuers of additional publicly traded securities, to provide for improved qualification and disciplinary procedures for registered brokers and dealers, and for other purposes." (A. Willis Robertson - Virginia).

F 19: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963-1964). Television.

A. Correspondence: re: Clipping; Legislation which would place the CATV industry under the authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

B. Clipping: re: Government regulation of radio-television commercials.

F 20: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1964). Television: Fairness Doctrine. Correspondence: re: Proposal of legislation to prohibit political candidates from debating on television; legislation requiring networks to give all candidates equal time.

F 21: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Trading-with-the-Enemy Act (S. 1451).

A. Memorandum: re: S. 1451.

B. S. 1451: "To amend section 41(a) of the Trading With the Enemy Act." (Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois).

C. Summary: re: S. 1451.

F 22: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963-1964). Transportation.

A. Correspondence: re: Legislation which would provide for the licensing of trucks and tractors rather than trailers; Article.

B. Article: "11.3 Billion for Transportation" (By: Lewis W. Britton).

F 23: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Transportation (H. R. 4701). H. R. 4701: "To provide for strengthening and improving the national transportation system and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

F 24: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1964). Transportation (H. R. 9903).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 9903; Membership Rosters; Article; Memorandum; Outline.

B. H. R. 9903: "To amend the Interstate Commerce Act and the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, so as to strengthen and improve the national transportation system, and to implement more fully the national transportation policy, and for other purposes." (Oren Harris - Arkansas).

C. Membership Roster: re: The Anti-Monopoly Transportation Conference (February 27, 1964).

D. Membership Roster: re: The Anti-Monopoly Transportation Conference (April 24, 1964).

E. Memorandum: re: H. R. 9903.

F. Outline: re: Section 1 of H. R. 9903.

F 25: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1964). Transportation (S. 2152/S. 2553).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 2152; S. 2553.

B. S. 2152: "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 - Florida).

C. S. 2553: "To amend part II of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended, so as to authorize exemption from the provisions of such part, of services and transportation of such nature, character, or quantity as not substantially to affect or impair uniform motor carrier regulation." (Warren G. Magnuson - Washington).

F 26: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1963). Veterinary Medicine (H. R. 8445).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8445.

B. H. R. 8445: "To authorize a five-year program of grants for construction of veterinary medical education facilities, and for other purposes." (George Andrews - Alabama).

F 27: Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Committee on (1964). Veterinary Medicine (H. R. 9601/H. R. 9820).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 9601; H. R. 9820; Outline; Booklet.

B. H. R. 9601: "To authorize a 3-year program of grants for construction of veterinary medical education facilities, and for other purposes." (George Andrews - Alabama).

C. H. R. 9820: "To authorize a three-year program of grants for construction of veterinary medical education facilities, and for other purposes." (Tom Steed - Oklahoma).

D. Outline: re: The college of Veterinary Medicine Oklahoma State University.

E. Booklet/Report: re: "Manpower in Veterinary Medicine."

F 28: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Administrative Procedure Act (S. 1663).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 1663; Resolution.

B. S. 1663: "To amend the Administration Procedure Act, and for other purposes." (Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois; Edward V. Long - Missouri).

C. Resolution: re: Support of S. 1663.

F 29: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Administrative Procedure Act (S. 1666). Correspondence: re: S. 1666: "To amend section 3 of the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 324, of the act of June 11, 1946 (60 Stat. 238), to clarify and protect the right of the public to information and for other purposes." (Edward V. Long - Missouri; E. L. Bartlett - Alaska; Birch Bayh - Indiana; J. Caleb Boggs - Delaware; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Abraham A. Ribicoff_ - Connecticut; George A. Smathers - Florida; Stuart Symington - Missouri).

F 30: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Agency Hearings (S. 1466).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 1466; Resolution.

B. S. 1466: "To provide for the right of persons to be represented by attorneys in matters before Federal agencies." (Edward V. Long - Missouri; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois; Sam J. Ervin, Jr. - North Carolina; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Birch Bayh - Indiana).

C. Resolution: re: S. 1466.

F 31: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Anti-trust.

A: Correspondence: re: High costs of drugs; Investigations of the drug industry which led to legislation dealing with anti-trust aspects of situation, with the intent to lower drug prices.

B. Statement: re: Federal regulation on all U. S. oil and gas production (By: Harold Decker, President of the Independent Petroleum Association of America).

F 32: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Anti-trust (H. R. 333). Correspondence: re: H. R. 333: "To prevent the application or exercise of monopoly power by employers and labor organizations in employing or representing labor, to amend the Labor Management Relations Act, and for other purposes." (David T. Martin - Nebraska).

F 33: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Anti-trust (H. R. 11146). Correspondence: re: H. R. 11146: "To amend the Copper-Volstead Act, with respect to the control of unfair practices affecting associations of procedures of agricultural products and members thereof." (Robert T. Secrest - Ohio).

F 34: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Anti-trust (S. 387). Correspondence: re: S. 387: "To amend the Clayton Act to prohibit restraints of trade carried into effect through the use of unfair and deceptive methods of packaging or labeling certain commodities distributed in commerce, and for other purposes." (Phillip A. Hart - Michigan; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; E. L. Bartlett - Alaska; Clair Engle - California; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois).

F 35: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Anti-trust (S. 1705).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 1705.

B. S. 1705: "To supplement existing provisions of law prescribing the extent to which the anti-trust laws are applicable to the business of insurance, and for other purposes." (Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Edward V. Long - Missouri).

F 36: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Anti-trust (S. 1815/S. 1935).

A. Correspondence: re: S. 1815; S. 1935.

B. S. 1815: "To amend the Clayton Act to provide relief by government and private civil proceedings for violations of section 3 of the Robinson-Patman Act, and for other responses." (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota).

C. S. 1935: "To amend the Clayton Act by making section 3 of the Robinson-Patman Act a part of the Clayton Act, in order to provide for governmental and private civil proceedings for violations of section 3 of the Robinson-Patman Act." (John J. Sparkman - Alabama; E. L. Bartlett - Alaska; Alan Bible - Nevada; Lister Hill - Alabama; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Russell B. Long - Louisiana; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas).

F 37: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Bankruptcy. Correspondence: re: Amendments to the Bankruptcy Law.

F 38: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Bankruptcy (H. R. 1049).

A. H. R. 1049: "To amend sections 334, 367, and 369 of the Bankruptcy Act (11 U.S.C. 734, 767, 769) and to add a new section 355 so as to require claims to be filed and to limit the time within which claims may be filed in chapter XI (arrangement) proceedings to the time prescribed by section 57n of the Bankruptcy Act (11 U.S. C. 93 n)." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

B. Report No. 159 (To accompany H. R. 1049): re: "Amending the Bankruptcy Act with respect to the filing of claims in chapter XI proceedings." (E. L. Forrester - Georgia).

F 39: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Blood Banks (H. R. 7851/ H. R. 8426).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7851; H. R. 8426.

B. H. R. 7851: "To provide that certain activities of nonprofit blood banks and of physicians and pathologists undertaken to protect the health of recipients of blood and blood plasma shall not be deemed to be acts in restraint of trade under laws of the United States." (Charles S. Joelson - New Jersey).

C. H. R. 8426: "To provide that the refusal of nonprofit blood banks and of physicians to obtain blood and blood plasma from other blood banks shall not be deemed to be acts in restraint of trade under the laws of the United States." (William J. Randall - Missouri).

F 40: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963)). Burnham Chemical Company (H. R. 2763). Correspondence: re: H. R. 2763: "To confer jurisdiction on the U. S. Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgement on the claims of the Burnham Chemical Company against the United States."

F 41: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Capital Punishment.

A. Correspondence: re: Clippings; Legislation on capital punishment

B. Clippings: re: Opinions of banning capital punishment.

F 42: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Child/Other Support (H. R. 4927/H. R. 4939).

A. Correspondence: re; H. R. 4927; H. R. 4939.

B. H. R. 4927: "To make it a crime to move or travel in interstate or foreign commerce to avoid compliance with certain support orders, and for other purposes." (John B. Anderson - Illinois).

C. H. R. 4939: "To provide for the enforcement of support orders in certain State and Federal courts, and to make it a crime to move or travel in interstate and foreign commerce to avoid compliance with such orders." (Winfield K. Denton - Indiana).

F 43: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Churchill, Winston (H. J. Res. 208). Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 208: "Authorizing the President of the United States to issue a proclamation declaring Sr. Winston Churchill to be an honorary citizen of the United States of America." (Thomas G. Morris - New Mexico).

F 44: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Civil Rights: CA materials.

A. Lists: re: Voting status of citizens (categorized by counting) on civil rights.

B. News Release: re: Legislation to eliminate second class citizenship and to preserve the rights of all Americans.

C. Draft/Remarks: re: Civil Rights Bill.

F 45: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Colleagues.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights bill; Article; Violence in race relations; Statement; An amendment exempting church affiliated schools from certain aspects of title VII of H. R. 7152; Judicial proceedings (civil and criminal, primarily); civil liberties; Federal courts and judges; Labor unions.

B. Article: "The Man Who Wouldn't Quit."

C. Statement: re: Civil Rights Bill (H. R. 3139) (By: William M. McCulloch - Ohio).

D. Report: "30 Day Report on Congress." (By: Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma).

E. Memorandum: re: Appointments with Congressional leaders.

F. Clipping: "Rep. Powell Says He Rewrote Half Of Kennedy Talk."

G. Clipping: "Civil-Rights Bill Overshadowed?"

H. Summary: re: "The Truth About The Civil Rights Bill (H. R. 7152)" (By: William M. McCulloch - Ohio).

I. Speech: "Civil Rights and Political Demagoguery" (By: Frank J. Becker - New York).

J. Newsletter: (Joe D. Waggoner, Jr. Reports). Number 9 (July, 1963).

K. Newsletter (Victor Wickersham Reports from Washington) (July, 1963).

L. Statement: re: Civil Rights (By: A. S. Mike Monroney-Oklahoma).

F 46: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Atoka County.

A. Correspondence: re: Leaflet; Civil rights situation; Approval of the Caney Creek project; Concern for efficient and economical operation of the United States government

B. Leaflet: "Dictatorship Threatens America."

F 47: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Bryan County.

A. Correspondence: re: Clippings; Kennedy Administration; Civil rights; Public Law 88-352; Right-to-work laws; Nuclear test ban agreement; Social responsibilities of government; H. R. 4700; Proposed hospital care for the aged as a feature of Social Security; Reduction of Federal expenditures.

B. Clipping: "Maternity Suite Prepared For Jackie."

C. Clipping: "Mob Rule Era Is Envisioned."

D. Clipping; "The Infernal Triangle."

E. Clipping: "The So-Called Civil Rights Bill Would Change Your Way of Life."

F 48: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Carter County (Adams - Joyner).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Kennedy's program; Bulletin; Clippings; Afghanistan; Amendments to civil rights legislation; flier; Supreme Court decisions; H. R. 7152; Test ban treaty; Agreements with foreign powers; Federal aid to education and health insurance (See below).

B. Bulletin (Oklahoma City Post Office - July 19, 1963).

C. Clipping: "Property 'Bill of Rights' Adopted."

D. Clipping: "Opposition Expressed to JFK Plan."

E. Clipping: "Warning by Lawyer Needs Consideration."

F. Flier: re: Freedom of Americans.

G. Clipping: "Judge Doesn't Bar Move to Expel Negro Students."

H. Clipping: "Adam Clayton Powell Says He'll 'Make Them Squirm.'".

I. Clipping: "Kennedy to Seek Business Law?"

J. Clipping: "Court Decisions Are Not the Law."

K. Clipping: "Racial Crisis."

L. Clipping: "JFK Miscalculated on 'Rights.'"

M. Clipping: "Pretext for Violence."

N. Clipping: "Agitation for Rights."

O. Clipping: "Violence Does Not Bring Justice."

P. Clipping: "Racial Outbreak Feared in Capital."

Q. Clipping: "JFK at Turning Point in Career?"

R. Clipping: "President in Bind Over Negro March."

S. Clipping: "Nat Faces Crisis With Level Head."

T. Clipping: "A Look at the Record."

U. Clipping: "'Lunatic Left.'"

V. Clipping: "Founders Advice."

W. Clipping: "Capital Hill March Concealed."

X. Clipping: "Racial Crisis."

Y. Clipping: "Lincoln on Conservatism.'

Z. Clipping: "Too Much Power In Rights Bill."

AA. Clipping: "Writer Presents Food For Thought."

BB. Clipping: "Moderates Squeezed."

CC. Clipping: "Anatomy of Leadership."

F 49: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Carter County (Kyle - Wood and multiple).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Foreign aid; National budget; Hospital care for the aged under Social Security; Clippings; Amendments to civil rights legislation; Questionnaire; Quality stabilization bill; Cattle business; Foreign policy; Ballots; Public accommodations section of the proposed Civil Rights bill; Public Law 88-352; Welfare program; Kennedy administration; Tax reduction; Postal rates; Booklet entitled "Unmasking the Civil Rights Bill"; Opinion Ballot.

B. Clipping: re: Amendments to the Civil Rights Bill.

C. Questionnaire: "The Effects of 'The Civil Rights Act of 1963' on You."

D. Ballot(s) No. 286: re: H. R. 1843; H. R. 1158; H. R. 4390; H. R. 5601; S. 1270.

E. Clipping: "A Sad Situation."

F. Clipping: "Warning by Lawyer Needs Consideration."

G. Clipping: "'Truancy" Says Cardinal Cushing, As Bickering Over Boycotts Goes On."

H. Opinion Ballot: re: "Should the Civil Rights bill be passed and become law?"

I. Clipping: "Rights Measure Is Power Grab."

J. Clipping: "Rights Mission Choice Strange."

K. Clipping: "Let's make up our mind."

L. Petitions: re: Opposition to Civil Rights.d4

F 50: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Choctaw County.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Kennedy administration; Clipping; Equal accommodations in public facilities; desegregation in schools; Fair and full unemployment; Community Relations Service; Federal programs.

B. Clipping: "The Civil Rights Bill."

F 51: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Johnston County. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Amendments to civil rights legislation.

F 52: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Latimer County. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation (legality and morality involved in it).

F 53: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: LeFlore County.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Clippings; Public accommodation provisions of the civil rights bill; Ballot.

B. Clipping: "Sick of Sit-Ins", a Negro Leader Steps Out of His Post."

C. Clipping: re: Civil rights legislation.

D. Clipping: re: The "Civil Rights Bill of 1963."

E. Clipping: "Closing In On The Press."

F. Clipping: "Property Rights And 'Accommodation."

G. Clipping: "Civil Rights Test In House."

H. Ballot No. 286: re: H. R. 1843; H. R. 1158; H. R. 4390; H. R. 5601; S. 1270.

I. Clipping: re: Civil Rights Bill.

F 54: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Love County.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Opinion Ballots.

B. Opinion Ballot: re: "Should the Federal Government interfere with the state problems, unless invited to do so?"

C. Opinion Ballot: re: "Should present Income Tax deductions to be changed?"

F 55: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: McCurtain County (Allen - Kirby).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Situation in Viet Nam; Foreign affairs; Public accommodations section of civil rights legislation; Kennedy administration; Nuclear test ban agreement; Clippings; The firearms registration bill; Advertisement; Tax reductions; Federal budget; Amendments to the civil rights legislation; Retirement bills; H. R. 8986; Flood control; Public works projects in Oklahoma.

B. Clipping: "Lincoln's Hopes for the Negro."

C. Clipping: "On This 4th Flags Should Be Lowered to Half-Mast."

D. Advertisement: re: Proposed legislation restricting and registering guns.

E. Clipping: re: Civil rights bill.

F. Editorial: re: Civil rights bill.

F 56: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: McCurtain County (Leatherwood - Woodruff and Multiple Signatures).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Clippings; Amendments to civil rights legislation; Proposed hospital care for the aged under Social Security; Proposed tax reductions; States' rights; Editorial.

B. Clipping: re: Civil rights bill.

C. Clipping: re: Civil rights bill.

D. Editorial: re: Civil rights bill.

F 57: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Marshall County. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Kennedy Administration; H. R. 7152.

F 58: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Murray County.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Editorial; Federal government activities; Amendments to civil rights legislation; H. R. 7152; Petition.

B. Editorial: "A Case of Planned Blackmail."

C. Petition: re: Opposition to H. R. 7152.

F 59: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Pittsburgh County.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Kennedy administration; Clippings; Tax reductions; Amendments; Becker Amendment; Integration of privately owned businesses and facilities; Public Law 88-352; Ballots; Foreign aid; Hospital care for the aged under Social Security; Prayer in public schools; H. R. 7192; Outline; Opinion Ballot.

B. Clipping: "Negro Specialist Most Employable."

C. Clipping: :State Schools Still Mostly Not Integrated."

D. Clipping: "Chasing Rainbows."

E. Clipping: "Civil Rights Hot Foot."

F. Clipping: "Negro Champion Emerges."

G. Clipping: "Danville Police Crackdown Hits Negro Home at Night."

H. Ballot No. 285: re: H. R. 144; H. R. 1680; H. R. 2575; S. J. Res. 71; H. R. 1140.

I. Ballot No. 286: re: H. R. 1843; H. R. 1158; H. R. 4390; H. R. 5601; S. 1270.

J. Clipping: "Warren's Decade Shows Backward, Not Forward, View of Government."

K. Clipping: "Fact and Comment."

L. Outline: "Some Dissenting Views of the House Judiciary Committee When the Civil Rights Bill Was Reported Out to the House."

M. Opinion Ballot: re: "Should the method of electing our President and Vice-President be changed from the Electoral System to the popular vote?"

N. Clipping: "Racial Issue Committee is To Be Named."

O. Summary: "An Appeal To The Conscience of the American People."

P. Leaflet: "'Come - on - ism.'"

F 60: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Pushmataha County.

A. Correspondence: re: Socialism; Federal programs providing for welfare of the public; Civil rights legislation; Prayer in public schools; Communism; Democratic Party; Foreign Aid; Bulletin; Clipping; Ballot; Newsletter.

B. Bulletin: re: Youth Rally (Christ's Church - February 21-23, 1964).

C. Clipping: re: Civil rights legislation.

D. Ballot No. 290: re: H. J. Res. 295; H. R. 107; H. R. 402; H. R. 4926; H. R. 3102.

E. Newsletter (Kiamichi Mission News) Vol. XXII, No. 10 (October, 1963).

F 61: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: In-District Correspondence: Petitions.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation.

B. Petitions: re: Opposition to civil rights.

F 62: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Abel - Burns).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Tax reductions; Clippings; H. R. 7152; Booklet; Kennedy Administration; Article; Hospital care for the aged under Social Security; Extension of Federal authority to local business; Racial violence in Alabama; Public accommodations; H. R. 9567.

B. Clipping: "March's Leader Often Arrested."

C. Booklet: "Blueprint for Total Federal Regimentation."

D. Article: "The Big Change."

E. Clipping: "State NAACP President 'Clues in' City Voters."

F. Clipping: "Poor House Leadership."

F 63: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Cain - Dufford).

A. Correspondence: re: The impact of the civil rights bill upon banking and lending institutions; Amendments to the civil rights bill; Kennedy Administration; Tax reductions; Communism; Law enforcement; H. R. 7152; Proposed hospital care for the aged under Social Security Insurance; Legislation relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages; Inclusion of public accommodations provisions in the civil rights proposal; Clipping; H. R. 4200.

B. Clipping: "Singer Belafonte Raps Kennedy Race Policies."

F 64: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Eakin - Hayward).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Statement; Kennedy Administration; H. R. 9567; Proposed legislation on public facilities in racial discrimination; Income taxes/Tax reform legislation; Booklet; Editorials; Clipping; Test ban treaty; H. R. 7152.

B. Statement: "Where Do We go From Here."

C. Booklet: "Race Heredity And Civilization."

D. Editorial: "Air Is Interstate, Too."

E. Editorial: "The Limits of the Law."

F. Clipping: "Civil Rights Court Ripped By Baptists."

F 65: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Henry - Ketchum).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Communism; Tax reform legislation; Kennedy Administration; Booklet; H. R. 7152; Clippings Prayer in public schools; S. 1731; Inter-racial violence; Federal aid to education; Transportation.

B. Booklet: "Blueprint for Total Federal Regimentation."

C. Clipping: "Rights March Poses Giant Health Peril."

D. Clipping: "Cure That Kills."

F 66: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Kienlen - Mueller). Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Public accommodations section of the Civil Rights Bill; Kennedy Administration; Increase in Social Security pension benefits; Supreme Court decisions; Federal budget; Tax reform legislation; Nuclear test-ban treaty; H. R. 7152; S. 1731.

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