CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 73

Box 74: Eighty-eighth Congress: Majority Leader Files

F 1: Majority Leader Files (1963). Arkansas River Development.

A. Outline: re: Arkansas River Rally.

B. Remarks: re: Reservoirs and flood control projects (By: Col. J. W. Morris).

C. Outline: re: Flood control; Water projects (Life Magazine).

D. Remarks: re: Oklahoma's development of a water navigation system; Deep Fork project. 4 copies.

E. Statement: re: "Denison Dam and Reservoir" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 2 copies.

F. Statement: re: "Red River Basin Project" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 2 copies.

G. Statement: re: "Arkansas River Basin Project" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 3 copies.

H. Report: re: "Army Engineers Announce Central Oklahoma Navigation Plan." 1_copy.

F 2: Majority Leader Files (1963). Arkansas River Development.

A. Correspondence: re: Appropriations for pre-construction work on the Hugo, Clayton, and Tuskahoma projects; Speech (See below).

B. Speech: "The Tulsa District Program Today…Tomorrow" (By Colonel J. W. Morris). 1 copy.

C. Clipping: "State Gets Plenty In Federal Funds."

D. Clipping: "Researchers Predict Fantastic Benefits From Proposed Canal."

E. Remarks: re: "Oklahoma's Don McBride Speaks on Recreation" (By: Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma).

F. Clipping: "Visitors Swamp Recreation Areas."

G. Remarks: re: "Arkansas Basin Association Tells Value of Water Development" (Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma).

H. Flyer: re: "Is It Pork Barrel or Progress?"

I. News Release: "Voters Will Kayo GOP Referendum."

J. News Release: "Four New Party Officials."

K. News Release: "Pork Barrels Or Progress."

L. Statement: re: The Request for a $500,000 appropriation for public use facilities on the Denison Dam & Reservoir. 2 copies.

M. Remarks: re: Appropriation needs for water resource development projects in the Arkansas Basin (Clarence Cannon - Missouri). 2 copies.

N. Summary: re: Oklahoma coal industry.

O. Remarks: re: "Democrats and Republicans Oppose Suggestion Advanced by Politician To Sell TVA."

P. Leaflet: "The Deep Fork And You."

Q. Leaflet: re: "Central Oklahoma Navigation Study."

R. Remarks: re: "The McAlester Log Of The Central Oklahoma Navigation Project."

S. Summary: re: "Arkansas - Red River Pollution Studies."

T. Summary: re: "Central Oklahoma Project."

U. Summary: re: "Poteau River, Oklahoma And Arkansas."

V. Summary: re: "Opting Project."

W. Summary: re: "Shidler Reservoir, Salt Creek."

X. Summary: re: "Cimarron River."

Y. Summary: re: "Verdigris River And Tributaries, Oklahoma And Kansas."

Z. Summary: re: "KAW Reservoir.

AA. Summary: re: "Arkansas RiverComprehensive."

BB. Summary: re: "General Investigative Of Relocation Water Supply Cities Of McAlester And Yale."

CC. Summary: re: "Short Mountain Lock And Dam."

DD. Summary: re: "Bank Stabilization Vicinity Of Wybark."

EE. Summary: re: "Hugo Reservoir Modification."

FF. Summary: re: "Broken Bow Reservoir."

GG. Summary: re: "Sherwood Reservoir."

HH. Summary: re: "Bridge Clearances."

II. News Release: re: Arkansas River.

JJ. Address: re: "Education In The Space Age" (By: James E. Webb, Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration."

F 3: Majority Leader Files (1963). Arkansas River Development.

A. Newsletter (Washington Report): re: Watershed And Flood Prevention - 1962.

B. Newsletter (Ed Edmondson) Vol. 1, No. 3.

C. Statement: re: Civil works projects in the Red River Basin (Red River Valley Association).

D. Report: re: "Oklahoma National Resources Conservation Projects Soil And Water." 3_copies.

F 4: Majority Leader Files (1963). Callery Chemical Company.

A. Correspondence: re: The use of pentaboron fuel; Article; Memorandum concerning an Air Force recommended Advance Technology Program on high energy upper stage rocket engine development; Callery Chemical company; Rocketdyne program; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Delayed approval of a proposed Air Force advanced technology program (A.T.P.) funding for high-energy storable, upper-stage rocket engine development (See below).

B. Article: "Stehling Cites Urgent Propellant Needs."

C. News Release: re: The future status of the Callery Chemical Company boron fuel plant Muskogee, Oklahoma; Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration rocket engine research programs.

D. Press Release: re: Future status of the Callery Chemical Company plant in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

E. Press Release: re: Proposal to place the Callery Chemical Company plant at Muskogee on a caretaker status.

F. Partial Report: re: "Boron Fuels."

G. Report: re: "Closing the Booster Gap by Means of High Energy Upper Stage."

F 5: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Colleagues.

A. Correspondence: re: Democratic Convention; Articles (See below).

B. Articles: "Business Upturn 28 Months Old." 5 copies.

C. Booklets: "Official List of Members of the House of Representatives of the United States" (Eighty-Eighth Congress). 5 copies.

D. Blank Whip Zone Polls.

E. Press Release: re: "Dorn To Address North Carolina Democrats" (February 12, 1964).

F. Remarks: re: An article entitled, "Woman Press Aide to Monroney, Long Talented in News" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

G. Remarks: re: "An article entitled "Improving Government-Business Relationship" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

H. Remarks: re: An article entitled "With McCormack, Compromise Works" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 2 copies.

F 6: Majority Leader Files (1962-1963). Committee Assignments: Correspondence. Correspondence: re: Proposal for the North Carolina Delegation to join the House Committee on Appropriations; Candidacy for Ways and Means Committee; Committee on Government Operation; Endorsement of the Michigan Democratic Delegation for appointment to the House District Committee; House Public Works Committee; House Foreign Affairs Committee; Committee on Armed Services; Committee Assignments; Democratic Party; House Committee on Un-American Activities.

F 7: Majority Leader Files (1964). Committee Assignments: Correspondence. Correspondence: re: Membership on the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce; Illinois Delegation's request to join the Committee on Ways and Means.

F 8: Majority Leader Files (1963). Committee Assignments: Data.

A. Correspondence: re: Proposal to substitute for the seniority system in the selection of committee chairmen in Congress.

B. H. Res. 332: "Relative to the election of Members to standing committees." (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 3 copies.

C. Article: "A peek into the oak-doored rooms where U. S. law is written."

D. Memorandum: re: Committee appointments under Speaker Cannon. 3 copies.

E. Clipping: "Democratic Steering Committee Lists Changes in Assignments."

F. Clipping (Congressional Record - House): re: Committee Assignments.

G. Remarks: re: "Committee Assignments" (Mike Mansfield - Montana).

H. Remarks: re: "Membership of Select Committee On Small Business."

F 9: Majority Leader Files ( - ). Committee Hearings.

A. Outline: re: Pamphlet/Draft (See below).

B. Pamphlet/Draft: re: Guidelines for presenting views to a committee. 1 copy.

F 10: Majority Leader Files (1963-1964). Committee Staffing.

A. Notes: re: Staffing of Committees. (Misc.)

B. Resolution: re: Elected members of the standing committees of the House of Representatives. 1 copy.

C. Report: "Survey of Activities of Committee on Foreign Affairs."

D. H. Res. 43.

F 11: Majority Leader Files (1963). Economy: General.

A. Booklet: "The Rescue Of The Dollar."

B. Statement: re: Hearings on the 1963 Report (By: Walter W. Heller, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers).

C. Remarks: re: National economy; Unemployment; Farm Production; Administration; Tax reduction (By: John F. Kennedy). 1 copy.

F 12: Majority Leader Files (1963). Executive Orders.

A. Correspondence: re: Protest of Executive Order No. 10925 as amended by Executive Order No. 11114 (See below).

B. Executive Order No. 11114. 1 copy.

C. Report: re: "Executive Orders" (A Brief History of Their Use and the President's Power to Issue Them."

D. Memorandum: re: Executive Orders Nos. 10995, 10997, 10999. 2 copies.

F 13: Majority Leader Files (1963). General Analine Settlement Dispute.

A. Clipping: "Deal Will Drain U. S. of $100 Million."

B. Clipping: "Keating Calls for Close Scrutiny of 'Generous Aniline Settlement."

C. Clipping: "Ending a Lawsuit."

D. News Release: re: Agreement permitting the Government to sell the General Aniline and Film Corporation; Kennedy Administration.

F 14: Majority Leader Files (1963). History, American.

A. Booklet: "The Civil War."

B. Magazine (Railway Carmen's Journal): re: "U. S. Capitol: Essence of Our National Heritage."

C. Summary: re: "Establishment of Bicentennial Commission To Commemorate The American Revolution."

F 15: Majority Leader Files (1963). Lumber Industry. Booklet/Report: re: "Lumber Industry Legislative Policy Review Conference" (January 22, 1963) (National Lumber Manufacturers Association).

F 16: Majority Leader Files (1960-1963). Lake Texoma.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 10691; Resettlement Administration; Farm Security Administration; Farmer's Home Administration; Denison Dam and Reservoir project; Lake Texoma Reservoir (See below).

B. H. R. 10691: "To authorize and direct the Secretary of the Army to convey certain mineral interests at the Denison Dam and Reservoir project, Oklahoma." (Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma). 1 copy.

C. Memorandum: re: H. R. 10691.

D. Draft/Bill: re: Denison Dam and Reservoir project, Oklahoma. 2 copies.

F 17: Majority Leader Files (1963). Majority Leader: General.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 2513, to amend the Tariff Act of 1930; S. 1576; H_R._6016; River basin projects; H. J. Res. 513; H. J. Res. 220.

B. Summary: re: "The Majority Leader of The U. S. House of Representatives."

C. Memorandum: re: Committee appointments under Speaker Cannon (1903-1911, 58th-61st Congress).

D. Outline: re: Red River Research and Manufacturing Co.

E. Remarks: re: House Cuts In Foreign Aid (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F. Statement: re: Health problems in the U. S. (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

G. Summary: re: The Majority Leader of the House of Representatives.

H. Summary: re: "Biographical Sketch of Honorable Carl Albert, M.C."

I. Remarks: re: "Health of the American People" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

F 18: Majority Leader Files (1964). Majority Leader: General.

A. Correspondence: re: U. S. Supreme Court's decision requiring State Senates and Houses to be constituted along population lines; Federal employment; FDIC insurance; Civil service disability retirement; H. R. 4856; Air Force; H. R. 6253; LBJ's program against poverty.

B. Clipping: "Securities Reform Bill Is Sent To President."

C. Remarks: re: Railroad dispute; An article entitled "Feather for Johnson If Rail Walks Make Good" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

D. Outline: re: "Declaration By Members of the House of Representatives In Support of Home Rule For The District of Columbia."

E. Status of Legislation (misc.).

F. Correspondence: re: Programming in the House.

G. Accomplishments.

H. Clipping: re: Douglas MacArthur lying-in-sta.

I. Recess schedules.

J. Votes.

F 19: Majority Leader Files (1963). Memoranda: Committee Action.

A. Correspondence: re: S. 254 providing for the acquisition of certain property in square 758 in the District of Columbia; H. R. 2837, to amend the Federal Register Act.

B. Memorandum: re: Status of tax bill.

C. Correspondence & attachments re: Inauguration; includes letters from B._Everett Jordan.

D. Creation of Demo.

F 20: Majority Leader Files (1963). Oklahoma: Commercial Fishery Research Project.

A. Statement: re: S. 627 (A bill to promote State Commercial Fishery Research and Development Projects) (Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation). 2 copies.

B. Report: re: "Fish And Wildlife Resources In Relation To Water Resource Development Projects In Oklahoma" (Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation).

F 21: Majority Leader Files (1962-1963). Oklahoma: Legislature Reapportionment.

A. Booklet/Hearings: re: "Argument On Behalf Of Plaintiff To Strip Away The Mask Of Sophistry And Speed Return To Constitutional Philosophy."

B. Jurisdictional Statement: re: Intervening Defendant State Senators.

C. Memorandum: re: Decision and Final Judgement on Case of Henry R. Moss vs. William A. Burkhart, State Treasurer, et. al. (No. 9130).

D. Memorandum: re: Decision Granting Restraining Order (No. 9130).

F 22: Majority Leader Files (1963). Oklahoma: Legislature Reapportionment.

A. Correspondence: re: The decision of the 3-member Federal Court in Moss vs. Burkhart; 14th amendment; Baker vs. Carr; Notice; Clippings; Petition; Resolutions (See below).

B. Notice: re: Civil case of Moss vs. Burkhart (No. 9130).

C. Clipping: "Rash of Election Cases Hang on What's 'Invidious.'"

D. Clipping: "State Apportionment Cases Refused Review."

E. Clipping: "Apportionment Rule Adds 19 Legislators in County, But High Court Holds Key."

F. Clipping: "Dismissal Plea Made in U. S. Apportion Suit."

G. Petition: re: Case of Dale McCleery vs. Henry Bellmon, Governor of the State of Oklahoma; James M. Bullard, Secretary of State of the State of Oklahoma; Charles Nesbitt, Attorney General of the State of Oklahoma.

H. Clipping: "State's Congressional Districts to Change?"

I. Notice: re: Harry R. Moss vs. William A. Burkhart, State Treasurer, et al. (No._9130_- Civil).

J. Resolution: re: Apportionment of representation in State legislatures.

K. Resolution: re: Memorializing Congress to call a convention in order to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United

L. Statement: re: House Concurrent Resolution No. 501 of the Oklahoma State Legislature. (Ed Edmondson - Oklahoma).

M. Press Release: re: Proposed amendment to take away Federal Court jurisdiction in State legislative apportionment cases in those States which authorize direct initiation by the people in voting on reapportionment of the State legislature. (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 1 draft, 3 copies.

F 23: Majority Leader Files (1963). Oklahoma: Legislature Reapportionment: Legislation.

A. H. J. Res. 30: "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States reserving to each State the exclusive power to apportion membership of its legislature." (A. Sydney Herlong, Jr. - Florida). 1 copy.

B. H. J. Res. 34: "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States guaranteeing the right of any State to establish, through its own constitution, representation in one house of its legislature base on factors other than population exclusively." (August E. Johansen - Michigan). 1 copy.

C. H. J. Res. 58: "To amend the Constitution of the United States to establish their own election districts."

D. H. J. Res. 178: Same title as H. J. Res. 30 (Don Fuqua - Florida). 1 copy.

E. H. J. Res. 223: Same title as H. J. Res. 30 (Robert L. F. Sikes - Florida). 1 copy.

F. H. R. 3213: "To provide that district courts of the United States shall not have jurisdiction to enjoin or modify the operation of State laws respecting legislative districts where comparable relief is available in State courts, and for other purposes." (Robert L. F. Sikes - Florida). 1 copy.

G. Drafts: re: H. J. Res. : "Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States in State legislative apportionment cases to those States which do not provide their citizens with the opportunity to initiate and vote upon plans of State legislative apportionment." (Tom Steed - Oklahoma).

H. Amendment : "The judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to any case, in law or equity, affecting the apportionment of representatives in the legislature of a State which provides its citizens the opportunity to initiate and vote upon plans of State legislative apportionment." 3 copies.

F 24: Majority Leader Files (1960-1963). Power: Public vs. Private.

A. Notes: Carl Albert's remarks on his speech pertaining to power supply and agriculture.

B. Draft/Speech: re: The electric utility industry; Privately-owned utilities, public power, and REA cooperatives. 1 copy.

C. Outline: re: Technological developments in electrical generators.

D. Notes: re: Power utilities.

E. Draft: re: Electric power industry.

F. Notes: re: Federal Power Marketing Program.

G. Address: "Your Fight In Congress." (By: Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

H. Summary: re: The utility industry.

I. Article: "The Answer to America's Power Supply Challenge".

F 25: Majority Leader Files (1963). Power: Public vs. Private. Private.

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

B. Article: "There's No Stopping REA - Or Is There?"

C. Article: "The Power Controversy: Public vs. Private."

D. Statement: "The Investor-Owned Electric Utility Industry" (By: W. W. Lynch of Southwest Electric Exchange).

E. Statement: "Investor-Owned Power For America's Growth" (By: W. W. Lynch of Southwest Electric Exchange).

F. Booklet/Memorandum: re: "Applicability of Parts II and III of the Federal Power Act to Rural Electric Cooperatives."

F 26: Majority Leader Files (1962-1963). Power: Public vs. Private; Taxation.

A. News Release: "Secretary Udall Calls for 'Competitive Cooperation' In Meeting Power Needs."

B. News Release: "Excerpts From An Address By Under Secretary Of The Interior, James K. Carr At The 19th Annual Convention Of The American Public Power Association in San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 15, 1962."

C. News Release: "Secretaries of Interior And Agriculture Approve Orders Affecting Nonfederal Transmission Line Rights-Of-Way Over Public Lands." 3 copies.

D. Fact Sheet: re: "The Overall Tax Program" (March 8, 1963).

E. Fact Sheet: re: "Small Business" (March 12, 1963).

F. Fact Sheet: re: "The Five Percent Floor On Itemized Deductions" (February 4, 1963).

G. Questions/Answers Sheet: re: The Five Per Cent On Itemized Deductions" (February 8, 1963).

H. Fact Sheet: re: "Care of Young Children And Disabled Dependents" (February 8, 1963).

I. Fact Sheet: re: "Minimum Standard Deduction" (February 8, 1963).

J. Fact Sheet: re: "Repeal Of The Dividend Credit And Exclusion" (February 11, 1963).

K. Fact Sheet: re: "The Tax Program For The Aged" (February 15, 1963).

L. Fact Sheet: re: "The Tax Program And Charitable Giving" (March 6, 1963). 2_copies.

M. Fact Sheet: re: "Repeal Of The Sick Pay Exclusion" (March 15, 1963).

N. Fact Sheet: re: "Group-Term And Other Life Insurance Arrangements" (March_15, 1963). 2 copies.

F 27: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: January.

A. Presidential Message: re: The National economy; Tax reduction and reform; Foreign affairs; Communism; Peace Corps; United Nations (January 14, 1963).

B. Presidential Message: re: Tax reduction and reform (January 24, 1963).

F 28: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Message: January - February.

A. Presidential Message (House Document No. 114): re: "Forty-Fourth Report To Congress On Lend-Lease Operations".

B. Presidential Message (Document No. 34): "Trade Agreement Negotiated With The United Kingdom And An Agreement Negotiated With Japan."

C. Presidential Message (Document No. 1): re: "The State Of The Union." 2 copies.

D. Presidential Message (House Document No. 42): re: "Activities Of The Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission."

E. Presidential Message (Document No. 43): re: "Revision Of Our Tax Structure."

F. Presidential Message (Document No. 55): re: "Agricultural Program."

G. Presidential Message (House Document No. 56): re: "Report On Activities And Accomplishments Under The Communications Satellite Act."

H. Presidential Message (Document No. 58): re: "Mental Illness And Mental Retardation."

I. Presidential Message (Document No. 60): re: "Health Program."

J. Presidential Message (Document No. 61): re: "Proposed New Obligational Authority For Various Agencies And The District of Columbia."

K. Presidential Message (Document No. 64): re: "Proposed Supplemental Appropriation And An Amendment To The Budget Involving A Decrease For The Department Of Agriculture."

L. Presidential Message (Document No. 63): re: "Proposed New Obligational Authority For Various Agencies And The District of Columbia."

M. Presidential Message (Document No. 70): re: "Budget Decreases For Small Business Administration And Department Of The Interior."

N. Presidential Message (Document No. 72): re: "Elderly Citizens Of Our Nation."

O. Presidential Message (Document No. 75): re: "Civil Rights."

P. Book: "Economic Report Of The President" (House Document No. 28).

F 29: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Message: February.

A. Presidential Message: re: "Mental Illness And Mental Retardation" (February_5, 1963). 3 copies.

B. Presidential Message: re: "Improving American Health" (February 7, 1963). 1_copy.

C. Presidential Message: re: "Aiding Our Senior Citizens" (February 21, 1963). 1_copy.

D. Presidential Message: re: "Civil Rights" (February 28, 1963). 2 copies.

F 30: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: March.

A. Presidential Message (House Document No. 78): re: "Seventh Semiannual Report Of The National Aeronautics And Space Administration."

B. Presidential Message (House Document No. 79): re: "Seventeenth Semiannual Report On Activities Carried On Under Public Law 480, 83rd Congress."

C. Presidential Message (Document No. 81): re: "Amendments To The Budget Involving Decreases In New Obligational Authority And In An Administrative Expense Limitation, Department Of Agricultural."

D. Presidential Message (Document No. 83): re: "Proposed Amendments Involving Decreases For The Department Of Health, Education, And Welfare And The Department Of State."

E. Presidential Message (Document No. 82): re: "Proposed Appropriations Involving Increases For The Housing And Home Finance Agency And The Commission On International Rules Of Judicial Procedure, A Decrease For The Veterans' Administration And A Proposed Provision For The Department Of The Interior."

F. Presidential Message (Document No. 89): re: "Proposed Supplemental Appropriations For The Department Of Labor And The Department of The Interior."

G. Presidential Message (Document No. 90): re: "Proposed Supplemental Appropriations For Claims And Judgements Against The United States."

F 31: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Message: April - May.

A. Presidential Message (Document No. 105): re: "Amendment To The Budget For The Budget For The Legislative Branch And The Atomic Energy Commission."

B. Presidential Message (Document No. 108): re: "Federal Statutory Salary Systems."

C. Presidential Message (Document No. 109): re: "Proposed Amendment To The Budget Involving A Decrease For The Department Of The Interior."

D. Presidential Message (Document No. 92): re: "U. S. Information Agency Budget Decrease."

E. Presidential Message (Document No. 99): re: "An Amendment To The Budget For The Department Of Justice."

F. Presidential Message (Document No. 94): re: "Our Foreign Assistance Act."

G. Presidential Message (Document No. 100): re: "Proposed Amendments To The Budget For The Department Of State."

H. Presidential Message (Document No. 101): re: "Amendments To The Budget Involving A Decrease For Foreign Assistance".

I. Presidential Message (Document No. 111): re: "Relating To The Administration Of The Federal Disaster Act By The President."

J. Presidential Message (Document No. 117): re: "Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1963."

K. Presidential Message: re: "Free World Defense And Assistance Programs" (April_2, 1963).

L. Presidential Message: re: The Federal Salary Reform Act of 1962; Executive Order 11073 (April 29, 1963). 3 copies.

F 32: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: June.

A. Presidential Message (Document No. 120): re: "Amendment To Budget For Department Of Defense."

B. Presidential Message (Document No. 118): re: "An Amendment To The Budget For The Legislative Branch."

C. Presidential Message (House Document No. 121): re: "Seventh Annual Report Of The Surgeon General Of The Public Health Service."

D. Presidential Message (House Document No. 122): re: "St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation."

E. Presidential Message (Document No. 125): re: "Amendments To The Budget Involving A Decrease For Water Resources."

F. Presidential Message (Document No. 124): re: "Civil Rights."

G. Presidential Message (Document No. 127): re: "Proposed Provision Affecting A Limitation And Supplemental Appropriation For The Department Of Labor."

H. Presidential Message (Document No. 128): re: "An Amendment To The Budget For The Corps Of Engineers - Civil, Department Of The Army."

I. Presidential Message (Document No. 126): re: "Amendments To the Budget For The Federal Aviation Agency And The Veterans' Administration."

J. Presidential Message: re: Civil Rights And Job Opportunities (June 19, 1963). 2_copies.

F 33: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: July.

A. Presidential Message (Document No. 141): re: "The Balance Of Payments."

B. Presidential Message (House Document No. 143): re: "Weather Modification."

C. Presidential Message (Document No. 134): re: "Amendments To The Budget For The Panama Canal-Canal Zone Government And A Proposed Government-Wide General Provision."

D. Letter from The Secretary Of The Treasury (Document No. 139): re: "Report On Net Receipts Under The Federal Unemployment Tax Act."

E. Presidential Message (Document No. 142): re: "Railroad - Labor Dispute."

F. Presidential Message: re: Balance Of Payments (July 18, 1963). 3 copies.

G. Presidential Message: re: "The Railroad Rules Dispute" (July 22, 1963).

H. Communique: re: Treaty (See item ( i ) below).

I. Treaty: re: The discontinuance of nuclear weapon tests in atmosphere, in outer space, and underwater.

F 34: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: April - May.

A. Remarks: re: Tax Reduction (By: President Kennedy).

B. Address: re: The death of President Kennedy (By: President).

F 35: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: September.

A. Statement: re: Civil Rights (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 3 copies.

B. Outline: re: Major Legislative Requests of JFK. 2 copies.

C. Outline: re: 1963 State of Union Message. 2 copies.

D. Statement: re: Presidential Message on Aiding our Senior Citizens (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

E. Outline: re: President's FY 1964 Budget Message."

F. Outline: re: President's Message On Education."

G. Remarks: re: "The Health Of The American People" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

H. Statement: re: Presidential message on the health of American people (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

I. Remarks: re: "President's Message on Our Nation's Youth" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 3 copies.

J. Outlines: re: President's Civil Rights Plan. 2 copies.

F 36: Majority Leader Files (1963). Presidential Messages: Summaries.

A. Presidential Message/State of the Union Message (January 8, 1964). 3 copies.

B. Presidential Message: re: Housing And Community Development (January 27, 1964). 2 copies.

C. Presidential Message: re: Consumer Interests (February 10, 1964). 3 copies.

F 37: Majority Leader Files (1964). Presidential Messages: January - February.

A. Presidential Message: re: Poverty (March 16, 1964). 1 copy.

B. Presidential Message: re: Foreign Aid (March 19, 1964). 2 copies.

F 38: Majority Leader Files (1964). Presidential Messages: March.

A. Presidential Message: re: Vietnam; Communism; Vietnamese Army, Civil Guard, Self-Defense Corps (May 18, 1964). 3 copies.

B. Presidential Message: re: North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (June 30, 1964). 1 copy.

C. Presidential Message: re: Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty (August 5, 1964). 3 copies.

F 39: Majority Leader Files (1964). Presidential Messages: May - August.

A. Outline: re: "LBJ's State Of The Union Message." 3 copies.

B. Outline: re: AFL-CIO Conference and Budget for FY 1965. 3 copies.

C. Draft/Outline: re: LBJ's State of the Union Message (January 8, 1964).

F 40: Majority Leader Files (1964). Presidential Messages: Summaries.

A. Clipping: "Text of Kennedy's Address in Rome" (The Washington Post - June 2, 1963).

B. Clipping: "Text of President's Statement" (New York Times - July 10, 1963).

C. Clipping: Text of the President's Proposals to Liberalize Immigration Statutes" (July_24, 1963).

D. Clipping: "Text of President's Message to Senate" (August 9, 1963).

E. Clipping: "Excerpts From Harlan's Speech" (New York Times).

F. Clipping: "Text of President Kennedy's Radio and Television Interview."

G. Clipping: "Texts of the President's Statements on Rights and on Labor Day" (New York Times - August 29, 1963).

H. Clipping: "Text of Kennedy Letter to Senators on Atom Pact" (New York Times - September 12, 1963).

I. Clipping: "Text of JFK's Talk to Nation Urging Tax-Cut Bill Support."

J. Clipping: "Text of Kennedy Speech to World Monetary Parley" (New York Times - October 1, 1963).

K. Clipping: "Texts of Kennedy - Tito Statements."

L. Clipping: "Text of President's Address at Amherst" (New York Times - October_27, 1963).

M. Clipping: "Text of Kennedy's New York Talk" (The Washington Post - November_9, 1963).

N. Clipping: "Text of Kennedy's Talk to Press Group" (New York Times - November_19, 1963).

F 41: Majority Leader Files (1963). Press Releases: CA.

A. Statement: re: President's State of the Union Message (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

B. Press Release: re: A constitutional amendment which would take away Federal court jurisdiction in State legislative apportionment cases in those States which authorize direct initiation by the people in voting on reapportionment of the State legislature (February 28, 1963). 3 copies.

C. Remarks: re: A "leak" in a survey of Western European public opinion (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

D. Clipping: "Both U. S. and Russia Gain in USIA Polls" (Washington Star - March_14, 1963).

E. Clipping: "Prestige Of U. S. rising In Europe" (New York Times - March 14, 1963).

F. Statement: re: Foreign Policy of U. S. (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

G. Statement: re: National budget (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 4 copies.

H. Statement: re: National budget (Carl Albert - Oklahoma). 8 copies.

F 42: Majority Leader Files (1963). Press Releases.

A. News Release: "Low Earners Get Break Under New U. S. Tax Law" (Carl Albert - Oklahoma).

B. News Release: "Senator Asks Nation For Advice On Youth" (Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island).

C. News Release: "President Cites Reasons For War On Poverty" (President Lyndon_B. Johnson).

D. News Release: re: President Johnson's legislative program (January 8, 1964). 3_copies.

E. Statement: re: President's Budget Message (January 21, 1964). 3 copies.

F. Remarks: re: The President's Message on Poverty (March 16, 1964). 3 copies.

G. News Release: "Closing the Military Establishments", (December 9, 1964) dist. by Democratic National Committee.

F 43: Majority Leader Files (1963). Radio: Pre-Sunrise Operations Regulations.

A. Summary: re: "Proposed Pre-Sunrise Operation By Class III Daytime-Only AM Stations."

B. Docket: re: Amendment of the Rules with Respect to Hours of Operation of Standard Broadcast Stations.

F 44: Majority Leader Files (1963). Radio and Television. Notes: re: Senator Charles A. Halleck's (of Indiana) request to not appear on the "Today" show; Interview between Russell Black of Voice of America and Carl Albert; An interview with the radio program, "Capitol Cloakroom."

F 45: Majority Leader Files (1963). Science & Astronautics. Book (Report to Congress from the President of the United States): re: United States Aeronautics And Space Activities (1962).

F 46: Majority Leader Files (1963). Science & Astronautics.

A. Correspondence: re: Security clearance for Mr. Thomas John Kenan; Legislative Assistance; Secrecy Agreement.

B. Booklet: re: Program of the Second NASA - Industry Programs Plans Conference.

C. Statement: re: Actions and activities of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (By: Robert C. Seamans, Jr. - Associate Administrator of NASA).

D. Summary: re: Biography of James E. Webb, Administrator.

E. Notice: re: Hearing on Space Posture.

F. Summary: re: Biography of Dr. Robert C. Seamans, Jr. - Associate Administrator.

G. Memo: re: NBC interview on the space program.

H. List: re: National Aeronautics And Space Administration Office of the Administrator.

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