CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 68

Box 69: Eighty-eighth Congress: Judiciary.

F 1: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Corresponding (Nehring - Reed).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Social Security hospital insurance: Ratification of the nuclear test ban agreement; Clippings; List; Statement; P. L. 88-352; Kennedy Administration; Public Accommodations section of the Civil Rights Bill; H. R. 7152; Partial Newsletter.

B. Clipping: "Paper Says Bureau Told To Employ Only Negroes"

C. List: re: "Signatures to Statement Issued by Religious Leaders: July 9, 1963."

D. Statement: re: Civil rights/Equality of humanity (By: Religious Leaders, (July 9, 1963).

E. Clipping: re: National human rights.

F. Clipping: "The Civil Rights Act of 1963 - An Analysis."

G. Partial Newsletter (St. John's Newsletter): re: Civil Rights (July 14, 1963).

H. Clipping: "State Bar Chief Shuns Kennedy Plea."

F 2: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Richter - Stacy).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Summary; Outline; Foreign aid; Communism; S. 1731; H. R. 7152; Kennedy Administration; Public accommodations section of the civil rights bill; H. R. 9567; "right-to-work"; National debt; Booklet.

B. Summary: "Let's Take A Look At The Civil Rights Act."

C. Outline: re: Discussion on the "Southern Baptists in the Elections of 1960 and 1964" (By: J. R. Scales, President - Oklahoma Baptist University).

D. Booklet: "Power Breeds Power…"

F 3: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Stevick - White).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Kennedy Administration/policies; H. R. 7152; Petitions; Becker amendment; Tax reform legislation; Foreign aid; Amendments to civil rights legislation; Socialism; S. 1731

B. Petitions: re: Support of President Kennedy's civil rights proposals.

C. Clipping: "May Craig: U. S. Falls Unless Changes."

F 4: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Willenburg - Zeligson).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Summary; Democratic Party; Article; Clippings; H. R. 7152.

B. Summary: re: The Civil Rights Act of 1963.

C. Article: "Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs."

D. Clippings: re: Civil rights legislation.

E. Clipping: "Power And More Power."

F 5: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-District Correspondence (Multiple Signature/Unsigned).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; H. R. 7552; Petitions; Federal aid to education; Kennedy Administration.

B. Petitions: re: Support of civil rights legislation.

C. Clipping: "Power And More Power."

D. Clipping: "'Civil Rights' Bill Would Kill U. S. Heritage - the Right to be Different."

E. Clipping: "Rustin Hurts Rights Drive."

F. Clipping: re: rights legislation proposed by the Kennedy Administration.

F 6: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-State Correspondence (Adair - Central).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; H. R. 7152; Booklet; Arms Control and Reductions of Armaments; Kennedy Administration; National Housing Program; Statements; Democratic Party; Tax reductions.

B. Booklet: re: "Resolutions adopted by the American Baptist Convention."

C. Statement: re: "H. R. 7152 - Civil Rights Act of 1963" (By: Richard K. Bennett).

D. Statement: "Civil Rights And The Constitution."

F 7: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-State Correspondence (Chamber - Montano).

A. Correspondence: re: Title VII of the Civil Rights Bill; Amendment to civil rights legislation; Police Record; Education; H. R. 7152; Kennedy Administration; Democratic Party; Article; Clipping.

B. Police Record: re: Bayard Rustin.

C. Article: "Reds Incite Racial Strife, Mississippi Official Says."

D. Clipping: "Pupil Transfer Provision."

E. Memorandum: re: "The March on Washington, August 28, 1963."

F. Excerpts: re: Communism.

F 8: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-State Correspondence (National - Smith).

A. Correspondence: re: Television program entitled "The American Revolution of '63"; H. R. 7152; Civil rights legislation; Leaflet; Statements; Resolutions; Public Accommodations section of the Civil Rights Bill; S. 1731; Tax reformation; outline; News Release; Clippings.

B. Leaflet: "Property Owners' Bill of Rights."

C. Statement: re: Civil rights legislation.

D. Statement: Civil rights legislation.

E. Resolutions: re: Civil rights legislation; Public accommodations; 1964 Civil Rights Bill (H. R. 7152).

F. Statement: "March To Washington For Jobs And Freedom."

G. Outline: "Proposed Amendments To Title VII of H. R. 1752".

H. News Release: re: "Jobs For Negroes."

I. Clipping: "The Madness of a Mob."

J. Clipping: re: Civil rights legislation.

K. Clipping: "The March Should Be Stopped."

L. Memorandum: re: Cablegram pertaining to opposition to racial discrimination.

M. Booklet: "Civil Rights And Legal Wrongs."

N. Memorandum: re: Civil rights legislation.

O. Memorandum: re: "Back to Basics Fair Share Of Work For All Races."

F 9: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights: Out-of-State Correspondence (Spencer - Whitney, Multiple Signatures/Illegible).

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation; Kennedy Administration; H. R. 7152; H. R. 3920; Federal salary; Foreign aid; Tax reductions; Resolution.

B. Resolution: "American Negro Freedom Movement."

C. Clipping: "Powell 'Disillusioned' By White Liberals."

D. Editorial: "Refers To Lincoln."

E. Clipping: "'Kill-White' Negro Gang Roaming Harlem Streets."

F. Clipping: "Little Retreat on Rights Seen."

F 10: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Civil Rights: Oklahoma Restaurant Association Petition.

A. Correspondence: re: Petition.

B. Petition: re: Opposition to the passage of Public Accommodations legislation.

F 11: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights: Data.

A. Correspondence: re: Civil rights legislation.

B. Article: "What Next? Five Negro Leaders Reply."

C. Clipping: re: Civil Rights.

D. Article: "Hopeful Dialogue of the Races."

E. Clipping: "It's a Tough Week for Carl Albert."

F. Booklets: "Unmasking The Civil Rights Bill."

G. Leaflet: "The Civil Rights Act of 1963."

H. Statement: re: An Emancipation March on Washington for Jobs.

I. Statement: "The Law As It Affects Desegregation: (By: Pauli Murray).

J. Remarks: re: Discrimination; Civil rights legislation (By: Ted Wilson).

F 12: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights: Data: Draft Legislation. Draft/Bill: "To enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the District Courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in interstate public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protect constitutional rights in education, to establish a Community Relations Service, to extend for four years the Commission on Civil Rights, and for other purposes." (June 13, 1963).

F 13: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Civil Rights: Data: Draft Legislation.

A. Correspondence: re: Outline; Draft/H. R. 7152.

B. Outline: re: H. R. 7152.

C. Draft/H. R. 7152: "To enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protect constitutional rights in public facilities and public education, to extend the Commission on Civil Rights, to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs, to establish a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes."

F 14: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (H. R. 5456) H. R. 5456: "To extend for four years the Commission on Civil Rights as an agency in the executive branch of the Government, to broaden the scope of the duties of the Commission, and for other purposes." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 15: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (H. R. 7152): Bills. H. R. 7152: "To enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protect constitutional rights in education, to establish a Community Relations Service, to extend for four years the Commission on Civil Rights to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs, to establish a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 16: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (H. R. 7152): Bills.

F 17: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (H. R. 7152): Bills.

A. Article: "Taxes and Civil Rights: Dead for '63."

B. Booklet/Statement: "In Support of Federal Civil Rights Legislation."

C. Draft/Bills: re: H. R. 7152.

F 18: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (H. R. 7152): Reports.

A. Report No. 914 (To accompany H. R. 7152): re: "Civil Rights Act of 1963" (Peter W. Rodino, Jr. - New Jersey).

B. Report No. 914, Part 2 (To accompany H. R. 7152): re: "Civil Rights Act of 1963" (William M. McCulloch - Ohio).

F 19: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (H. R. 7152, et al.). Committee Comparison. Analysis: re: Comparison of H. R. 3139, H. R. 7152, and H. R. 6720.

F 20: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Civil Rights (S. 1731). S. 1731: "To enforce the constitutional right to vote, to confer jurisdiction upon the district courts of the United States to provide injunctive relief against discrimination in public accommodations, to authorize the Attorney General to institute suits to protest constitutional rights in education, to establish a Community Relations Service, to extend for 4 years the Commission on Civil Rights, to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs, to establish a Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, and for other purposes."" (Mike Mansfield - Montana; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; J. Glenn Beall - Maryland; Stuart Symington - Missouri; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Stephen M. Young - Ohio; John Sherman Cooper - Kentucky; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Birch Bayh - Indiana; Daniel B. Brewster - Maryland; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; Clair Engle - California; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; George McGovern - South Dakota; Thomas J. McIntyre - New Hampshire; Pat McNamara - Michigan; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Peter H. Dominick - Colorado; Frank Church - Idaho; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming).

F 21: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Civil Rights, Equal Rights for Women.

A. Correspondence: re: Section 704 of Title 7 of the Civil Rights Bill; Amendment to civil rights legislation pertaining to equal rights for women.

B. Resolution: re: H. R. 7152.

F 22: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Communists.

A. Correspondence: re: Opinion Ballots; Communism.

B. Opinion Ballots: re: "Should a member of the Communist Party be required by law to register with our Government?"

F 23: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Congressional Service. Correspondence: re: Opposition to the proposal of a 12 year limitation on Congressional service; Ballots Proposal of an increase in years of the term of office for Members of Congress; Amendment requiring 6 years residence for candidates for the United States Senate and Congress.

F 24: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Conscientious Objectors.

A. Correspondence: re: Statement.

B. Statement: re: Conscientious Objectors (By: Central Conference of American Rabbis).

F 25: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Copyright Laws (H. R. 7194).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7194; Advertisement

B. H. R. 7194: "To amend the Copyright Act by repealing the jukebox exemption, and for other purposes." (Emmanuel Celler - New York).

C. Advertisement: "the press is telling the public…now YOU tell your congressman."

D. Excerpt: re: The copyright-revision bill (Charles H. Brown, Inc.).

F 26: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Court of Claims (S. 102).

A. S. 102: "To provide for additional commissioners of the U. S. Court of Claims." (James O. Eastland - Mississippi)

B. Report No. 1064 (To accompany S. 102): re: "Providing for Additional Commissioners of the U. S. Court of Claims" (Michael A. Feighan - Ohio).

F 27: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Criminal Cases: "Good Behavior" (H. R. 2168). Correspondence: re: H. R. 2168: "To amend section 4161 of title 18 of the United States Code, entitled "Crimes and Criminal Procedure,' to provide for increasing the good-time allowances to be deducted from the terms of the sentences of prisoners convicted of offenses against the United States and confined in penal or correction institutions for a definite period other than for life." (Byron G. Rogers - Colorado).

F 28: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Criminal Cases: Indigent Defendants (H. R. 4816).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4816.

B. H. R. 4816: "To promote the cause of criminal justice by providing for the representation of defendants who are financially unable to obtain an adequate defense in criminal cases in the courts of the United States." (Emmanuel Celler - New York).

C. Book/Report: re: "Poverty And The Administration of Federal Criminal Justice."

F 29: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Criminal Cases: Indigent Defendants (H. R. 7457). Correspondence: re: H. R. 7457: "To provide legal assistance for indigent defendants in criminal cases in U. S. Courts." (Arch A. Moore, Jr., - West Virginia).

F 30: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Election Laws.

A. Correspondence: re: Opinion Ballots.

B. Opinion Ballots: re: Reports of millions of votes lost, destroyed, or stolen? Should our voting laws be changed?

F 31: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Equal Rights Amendment. Correspondence: re: Legislation to achieve equality of rights for women.

F 32: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963).) Erickson, Leif, Day (H. J. Res. 393). Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 393: "To authorize the President to proclaim October 9 in each year as Leif Erikson Day." (John A. Blatnik - Minnesota).

F 33: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Federal Register Act (H. R. 2837). H. R. 2837: "To amend further section 11 of the Federal Register Act (44 U.S.C. 311)." (Emanuel Celler - New York).

F 34: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Football Games: Broadcasting (H. R. 11183). Correspondence: re: H. R. 11183: "To amend the act of September 30, 1961, as it affects televising of professional football games in competition with certain interscholastic football games." (Harold M. Ryan - Michigan).

F 35: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). General/Miscellaneous.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 1919; Thanksgiving Silent Guest Project; Civil rights legislation; Statements; Governmental provisions/Constitution; Legislation to obtain recognition for peace officers; Clipping; United Nations; Medicine; Foreign aid; Tax reform; Communism.

B. Statement: re: Civil Rights.

C. Statement: re: Prayer and Bible Reading in Public Schools.

D. Testimony: re: The National Association for Personal Rights in Education (NAPRE) (By: Dr. Francis J. Brown).

E. Draft/Joint Resolutions: "To establish a Thanksgiving Centennial, and for other purposes."

F. Draft/H. J. Res: "To provide for a study with respect to the advisability and feasibility of the establishment of a 'Thanksgiving Silent Guest' plan designed to supplement existing school lunch and other programs, and for other purposes." (By: ). 3 copies.

G. Draft/Remarks: re: "Resume of 'Thanksgiving Silent Guest'" (By: Mrs. Iris Gabriel).

H. Leaflet: "A Million Silent Guests…" (Mrs. Iris Gabriel).

I. Resume: re: Iris Gabriel.

J. Summary: re: "The Facts Concerning the Turkish Government's Action Against the Ecumenical Patriarchate."

K. Clipping: "Services Honor Peace Officers."

L. Booklet: "A Prospectus…" (Casa Manana).

M. Leaflet: re: Casa Manana Merry-Go-Round Theatre and School.

N. Clipping: "Casa 400 Elite, Large Theater School."

O. Remarks: re: "Secret Service Protection For The Vice-President" (Everett McKinley Dirksen - Illinois).

P. H. R. 10216 (3 copies).

Q. Statement - CA - Support of H. R. 10216.

F 36: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Gibson, Robert (S. 1752). Correspondence: re: S. 1752: "For the relief of Lt. Robert C. Gibson." (A. S. Mike Monroney - Oklahoma).

F 37: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Gun Control.

A. Correspondence: re: Legislation which would require registration with the F.B.I. of all firearms possessed by individuals; Editorial; S. 2345; Federal Firearms Act; Articles; Assassination of President Kennedy; Clippings; Civil rights.

B. Editorial: re: Control of firearms.

C. Article: "Murder by Mail Order."

D. Article: "Crime Triggered Probe on Guns."

E. Article: "Violence Marketed."

F. Article: "Senate Exhibits Mail-Order Gun Cache."

G. Article: "Mail Guns Blast Road to Crime."

H. Article: "Gun Imports Slip Past Tariff Bars."

I. Article: "Mail-Order Guns Slip Through Laws."

J. Article: "Rifle Group Backs Mail-Gun Curbs."

K. Article: "U. S. Trails Major Nations in Central Control of Firearms Ownership."

L. Article: "Chaos in Gun Law Noted."

M. Clippings: re: Mail-Order Firearms.

N. Article: "Let's Aim For Good Gun Legislation."

F 38: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Haines, Frances (H. R. 2933). Correspondence: re: H. R. 2933: "For the relief of Dr. Frances E. Haines." (Edward R. Finnegan - Illinois).

F 39: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Immigration/Naturalization.

A. Correspondence: re: Immigration Policy; Kennedy Administration; Amendments to the McCarran-Walter Act; Clipping; Investigation of Joint Committee on Immigration.

B. Clipping: "Carl Albert's Complaint."

F 40: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Immigration/Naturalization (H. R. 7700/S. 747/S. 751/S. 1932).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7700; S. 747; S. 751; S. 1932; Resolutions; Proposed changes in immigration laws; Report; The Immigration and Nationality Act; McCarran-Walter Act (See below).

B. H. R. 7700: "To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes." (Emmanuel Celler - New York).

C. S. 747: "To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act." (Phillip A. Hart - Michigan; Birch Bayh - Indiana; Daniel B. Brewster - Maryland; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Clair Engle - California; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Frank J. Lausche - Ohio; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; George McGovern - South Dakota; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Leverett Saltonstall - Massachusetts; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Stephen M. Young - Ohio).

D. S. 751: "To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act." (Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island).

E. S. l1932: "To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes." (Phillip A. Hart - Michigan; Birch Bayh - Indiana; Clifford P. Case - New Jersey; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Clair Engle - California; Hiram L. Fong - Hawaii; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Thomas H. Kuchel - California; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Edmund S. Muskie - Maine; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Maurine B. Neugerger - Oregon; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; William Proxmire - Wisconsin; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Hugh Scott - Pennsylvania; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Stephen M. Young - Ohio).

F. Resolution: re: Organizations of and rights of Italian-Americans; Immigration Law; H. R. 7700.

G. Resolution: re: Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952; S. 1932; H. R. 7700.

H. Report: re: S. 1932; H. R. 7700; The Section of International and Comparative Law; International Trade and Investment.

I. Resolution: re: S. 751.

J. Residency for Dr. Salim Akyol.

F 41: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Internal Security Subcommittee.

A. Correspondence: re: Editorials.

B. Editorial: "Wrong Person Discharged."

C. Editorial: "A Slight Case of Lying."

D. Editorial: "Sensible Turn in Otepka Case."

E. Editorial: "Condoning A Witch Hunt."

F. Editorial: "It's Clarifying, All Right."

G. Editorial: "'Leaky Memories In Too-High Places."

H. Editorial: "Another Type of Foreign Aid."

I. Editorial: "Discord at State."

J. Editorial: "Untruthful Testimony."

K. Editorial: "Lying in High Places Harms Confidence in Government."

L. Editorial: "Information Challenge."

M. Editorial: "The Otepka Case."

N. Editorial: "Taps For Wire-Tappers?"

O. Editorial: "State Department Defiance."

P. Editorial: "A Firing in Washington."

Q. Editorial: "The Firing Of Good Official."

R. Editorial: "Penalty for Truth?"

S. Editorial: "What kind of Logic Is This?"

T. Editorial: "Two eavesdroppers go on 'leave.'"

U. Editorial: "The Case of Otto F. Otepka."

V. Editorial: "Otepka Probe."

W. Editorial: "Affair Otepka."

X. Editorial: "Security Officer Firing Sets Up Senate Showdown On New Frontier Secrecy."

Y. Editorial: "Patriot Is Dismissed."

Z. Editorial: "More on Mr. Otepka."

AA. Editorial: "State Ousts Security Aide."

BB. Editorial: "Bureaucrats In Action."

CC. Editorial: "Perjury?"

DD. Editorial: "Big Brother In Foggy Bottom."

EE. Editorial: "An Important Right at Stake."

FF. Editorial: "Otepka Talks."

GG. Editorial: "Repercussions On Otepka."

HH. Editorial: "A Case of Confused Loyalties."

II. Editorial: "Secret Trash."

JJ. Editorial: "Cover-Up Charged In State Department."

KK. Editorial: "Arrogant Challenge To Power Of Congress Is Contempt For Public."

LL. Editorial: "Otepka Repercussions."

MM. Editorial: "The Otepka Case."

NN. Editorial: "Hardly a Confidence Generator."

OO. Editorial: "Big Brother Still Watching."

PP. Editorial: "Otepka Case Has Great Significance."

QQ. Editorial: "Straighten Out the Bureaucrats."

RR. Editorial: "The Strange Otepka Case."

SS. Editorial: "Internal Security Congress' Job, Too."

TT. Editorial: "Strange Business."

UU. Editorial: "A Collision of Branches."

VV. Editorial: "Shameful Otepka Case."

WW. Editorial: "The Overshadowed Mr. Rusk."

F 42: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Judicial Appointments. Correspondence: re: Legislation to amend the Constitution to limit the terms of office of Federal justices and judges to ten years; Proposal to amend the Constitution of the United States and create a "Court of the Union."

F 43: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Kennedy, John F., Legal Holiday (S. 2603). Correspondence: re: S. 2603: "Designating the birthday of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy as a legal holiday."(Edmund S. Muskie - Maine).

F 44: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Licensed Practical Nurses Week (H. J. Res. 927). Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 927: "Designating the 5-day period beginning September 21, 1964, as 'Licensed Practical Nurse Week', and for other purposes." (James A Burke - Massachusetts).

F 45: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Musical Copyrights. Correspondence: re: Legislation pertaining to recorded music and material used by the juke box industry.

F 46: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). National American History Month (H. J. Res. 40). Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 40: "Designating the month of February of each year as National American History Month." (Frank C. Osmers, Jr. - New Jersey).

F 47: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). National Harmony Week (H. J. Res. 279). Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 279: "Designating the six-day period beginning April 15, 1963, as "National Harmony Week', and for other purposes." (Frank J. Horton - New York).

F 48: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Olson, Genevieve (S. 1045). Correspondence: re: S. 1045: "For the relief of Mrs. Genevieve Olsen." (Frank E. Moss - Utah; Wallace F. Bennett - Utah).

F 49: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Organized Crime. Correspondence: re: An article entitled, "The Mafia; the story."

F 50: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Patent Office Fess (H. R. 8190).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8190; Statement.

B. H. R. 8190: "To fix the fees payable to the Patent Office, and for other purposes." (Edwin E. Willis - Louisiana).

C. Statement: re: H. R. 8190 (By: John W. Anderson, President - National Patent Council).

D. Summary: re: Patent Office Fees Proposes Under H. R. 8190.

F 51: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Pouw, Ie Liang, et. Al. (H. R. 4362).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4362; Outline; Memorandum.

B. H. R. 4362: "For the relief of Ie Liang Pouw, his wife, Bie In Ijang Pouw, and his minor children, Jennee Pouw and Sien Wie Pouw." (Harris B. McDowell, Jr. - Delaware).

C. Outline: re: Amendment to H. R. 4362.

F 52: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Prayer in Schools: Correspondence.

A. correspondence: re: Becker amendment; prayer in public schools; world peace; secularism; summaries; opinion ballots; resolutions; Baxter amendment; clipping; Communism; Supreme Court's decision.

B. Summary: re: "A Manifesto Of Americanism/Preface."

C. Summary: "Manifesto Of Americanism."

D. Opinion Ballots: re: "Should the Constitution be amended to permit the offering of prayers and the reading of the Bible in Public Schools?"

E. Resolution: re: The U. S. Supreme Court's Decisions regarding Prayer and Bible reading in Public Schools.

F. Resolution: re: Prayer in Public Schools.

G. Clipping: "Your Lawmakers."

H. Resolution: re: Prayer and Bible reading in Public Schools."

F 53: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963-1964). Prayer in Schools: Petitions.

A. Correspondence: re: Legislation pertaining to prayer in the public school system; Petitions.

B. Petitions: re: Support of prayer in public schools.

F 54: Judiciary, Committee on the (1963). Prayer in Schools, etc. (H. J. Res. 61).

A. Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 61.

B. H. J. Res. 61: "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States." (Eugene Siler - Kentucky).

C. Leaflet: re: "American Christians Awake!" (The American Association for the Advancement of Atheism) vs. "Imperative Reasons for a Christian Amendment to the Constitution of The United States" (The Christian Amendment Movement).

F 55: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Prayer in Schools, etc. (H. J. Res. 693): Oklahoma Correspondence (Alexander - Guntheroth).

A. Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 693; Editorial.

B. H. J. Res. 693: "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States." (Frank J. Becker - New York).

C. Editorial: "Don't Tough the First."

D. Flyers: re: The phrase "one nation under God", in the pledge of allegiance to the flag; The phrase of, "In God we trust" on U. S. coins; Chaplains in the Military; Prayer in public schools."

F 56: Judiciary, Committee on the (1964). Prayer in Schools, etc. (H. J. Res. 693): Oklahoma Correspondence (Hagerman - Lumry).

A. Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 693; Resolution.

B. H. J. Res. 693: See file 55 for title and author.

C. Resolution: re: Religious influence in the structure of American government.

D. Booklet: "Come and See…"

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