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H.R. 2402 To extend the Office of War Assets Administrator & War Assets Admin. from Feb. 28, 1948 to June 30, 1949.

 

H.R. 2814 Authorize appointment of one additional district judge for southern district judge for southern district California

 

H.R. 2830 Provide for payment by U.S. of premiums on bonds of Government officers or employees.

 

H.R. 3238 To authorize all Federal agencies to donate surplus properties for educational purposes.

 

H.R. 3243 To confirm & establish titles of States to navigable water& resources within State boundaries.

 

H.R. 4713 Amend section 2402 (a) of the Internal Revenue Code...and repeal section 2402

 

H.R. 4754 To simplify the procurement, utilization, and disposal of governmental property.

 

H.R. 5687 Provide for return to State of California of Spanish-Mexican land-grant papers deposited in Archives

 

H.R. 5721 Economic Expansion Act.

 

H.R. 6066 For the relief of Cheng Sick Yuen

 

H.R. 7429 Traffic Management

 

H.R. 7430 Traffic Management

 

H.R. 8541 To provide permanent secondary market for home mortgages issured or guaranteed by the Veterans Administration.

 

H.R. 8907 Provides for payments to disabled vets who sold homes in order to move from Van Nuys to Long Beach.

 

H.R. 9214 To prohibit the employment of RFC personnel by organizations receiving loans of other financial assistance therefrom

 

H.R. 9556 Afford relief to persons in the military service through suspension of enforcement of civilian liabilities secured by home mortgages.

 

H.RES. 16 Creating a select Committee to conduct investigation & study of conduct of investigations

 

H.RES. 604 Requesting the President to appoint commission on American policy in Germany.

 

H.J.RES. 166 Granting consent of Congress to joinder of U.S. Supreme Court for adjudication of claims

 

H.J. RES. 257 To establish Near East Survey Commission.

 

H.J.RES 419 Alternative Capital

 

H.J.RES. 366 To establish a National Children's Day

 

H.J.RES, 508 Provide for continuation of operations etc. under Supreme Court decision by present lease holders, release impounded funds. etc.

 

H.CONlRES. 4 Fair hearing procedures for congressional investigating committees

 

H.CON.RES. 5 Recommending the revision of the U.N. Charter

 

H.CON.RES. 105 To seek development of the United Nations into a world federation

 

H.CON.RES. 107 Atlantic Union

 

H.CONlRES. 196 To create a Joint Select Committee on the Organization of Congress

 

H.CON.RES. 248 Universal service and total mobilization of national resource in any future war.

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82nd Congress 1951-1952

 

H.R. 1283 The Suspension of the Enforcement of civilian liabilities or obligations secured by home mortgages

 

H.R. 1545 To Amend the Reorganization Act of 1949

 

H.R. 2560 To prohibit the Employment of certain personnel

 

H.R. 2865 To provide naturalization of former citizens who lost U.S. Citizenship by voting in Japan

 

H.R. 2904 Doctor Lee de Forest

 

H.R. 2905 Jules Rene Lucien Belbenoit

 

H.R. 4007 Amendments to GSA

 

H.R. 4370 Equal pay for Women

 

H.R. 4728 To authorize the decentralization of certain Government personnel

 

H.R. 4730 To Amend or repeal certain laws relating to Government records.

 

H.R. 6987 To require the P.O. Dept. to contract trucking only to firms paying comparable wages

 

H.R. 7708 For the relief of Mrs. Miye Minetoma Fukumoto

 

H.R. 8435 For the relief of Yuriko Suzuki

 

H.J.Res. 160 Colorado River Resolution

 

H.J.Res. 259 To create a Commission on Government security.

 

H.Res. 737 Amending H.Res 124 and 623

 

H.Con. Res. 60 Establishing a Joint Seclect Committee on the Organization of Congress

 

83rd Congress 1953-1954

General note

INDEX TO LEGISLATION 83rd Congress
 

H.R. 2952 To permit in certain cases children under ten years of age who are to be adopted in the United States to enter the United States as nonquota immigrant

 

H.R. 2953 To provide for the expeditious naturalization of former citizens of the United States who have lost United States Citizenship by voting in a political election or plebiscite held in occupied Japan.

 

H.R. 3018 For the relief of Edwin Walden

 

H.R. 3019 For the relief of Kui Hung Tam

 

H.R. 3020 For the relief of Wuriko Suzuki

 

H.R. 3021 For the relief of Morris Plovin

 

H.R. 3022 For the relief of Julien Musafia

 

H.R. 3023 For the relief of Kaneshige Kato

 

H.R. 3453 For the relief of Mrs. Julianna Hoecker

 

H.R. 3454 For the relief of Konstantin Johannes Korve

 

H.R. 4242 For the relief of Mrs. Rosa Barroso De Orozco

 

H.R. 4243 For the relief of Kuo Lum Leong

 

H.R. 4624 For the relief of Jung Jork[UNK} Kee

 

H.R. 4625 For the relief of James King Gee

 

H.R. 4626 For the relief of Mrs. Ester Rodriques de Uribe

 

H.R. 4742 For the relief of Margarita Rodriquesz

 

H.R. 4743 For the relief of Manuela Rodriquez Gaspar, also known as Mannuel Rodriquez de Gaspar, and Jesus Rodriquez

 

H.R. 4888 For the relief of Theodore David Lewis

 

H.R. 5031 For the relief of Ishmael Rodriques Chavez

 

H.R. 5032 For the relief of Jesus Dosamantes Perez

 

H.R. 5033 For the relief of Maria Del Refugio Lopez

 

H.R. 5758 For the relief of Rodolfo Loera Chavez

 

H.R. 5979 For the relief of Lam Jack Leong.

 

H.R. 6072 To extend and improve the old-age and survivors insurance system, to provide permanent and total disability insurance and rehabilitation benefits, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 6492 For the relief of Rudolfo Navarro

 

H.R. 6688 For the relief of Aram Sarkisian

 

H.R. 6689 For the relief of Manuel Loza

 

H.R. 6690 For the relief of Guadalupe Zuniga (also known as Benita Chaparrao-Venegas or Guadalupe Acosta)

 

H.R. 6730 To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act with respect to the admission of certain aliens born in Mexico

 

H.R. 6759 For the relief of Luigi De Bellis

 

H.R. 6760 For the relief of Angel Medino Cardenas

 

H.R. 6799 For the relief of Mauro Cuesta

 

H.R. 7454 For the relief of Elisa Martinez-Rodriquez

 

H.R. 7498 For the relief of David Manuel Porter

 

H.R. 7499 For the relief of Charles Chan

 

H.R. 7692 For the relief of George B. Wollenschleger

 

H.R. 7961 For the relief of Henry Victor Packer and Mrs Annie Irene Packer

 

H.R. 7962 For the relief of Mrs. Eugenia Gillian

 

H.R. 8031 To amend the Internal Revenue Code to provide for certain disabled war veterans a deduction for income-tax purposes of necessary expenses for transportation to and from work

 

H.R. 9135 To amend the public assistance provision of the Social Security Act by extending for two years the increased Federal finiancial participation to the States for assistance to the aged, blind, and disabled, and aid to dependent children.

 

H.R. 9361 For the relief of Gundela Lieslotte Maschner

 

H. J. Res. 317 To promote the peacetime application of atomic energy and the early development and practical use of atomic power

 

H.J. Res 491 To constitute the Federal Civil Defense Administration an executive department, and for other purposes

 

H.J. Res. 525 To amend the Constitution to authorize governors to fill temporary vacancies in the Congress caused by a disaster.

 

H.Con. Res 144 Favoring universal disarmament

 

H. Con. Res. 269 To effect a Federal Power Commission survey of electric energy including energy dreived from nuclear fission, and legislative recommendations relating thereto

 

Civil Defense Legislation Various Bills and Resolutions of the 83rd Congress

 

84th Congress 1955-1956

General note

INDEX TO LEGISLATION 84th Congress
 

H.R. 1663 For the relief of Theodore David Lewis

 

H.R. 1664 For the relief of Charles Chan

 

H.R. 1665 For the relief of David Manuel Porter

 

H.R. 2850 Declaration of Purpose and Policy To reaffirm the national public policy and the purpose of Congress in the laws against unlawful restraints and monopolies, commonly designated antitrust laws, which among other things prohibit price discriminations; to aid in intelligent, fair, and effective administration and enforcement thereof; and to strengthen the Robinson-Patman Anti-Price Discrimination Act and the protection which it affords to independent business, the Congress hereby reaffirms that the purpose of the antitrust laws in prohibiting price discriminations is to secure equality of opportunity of all persons to compete in trade or business and to preserve competition where it exists, to restore it where it is destroyed, and to permit it to spring up in new fields.

 

H.R. 3852 For the relief of Angel Medina Cardenas

 

H.R. 3853 For the relief of Guadalupe Zuniga (also known as Benita Chaparrao-Venegas or Guadalupe Acosta)

 

H.R. 3854 For the relief of Kui Hung Tam

 

H.R. 4245 For the relief of Mrs Ester Rodriquez de Uribe

 

H. R. 4246 For the relief of Morris Plevin

 

H.R. 4927 To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act with respect to certain aliens born in Mexico

 

H. R. 5124 For the relief of Jose Rios-Gonzales

 

H.R. 5477 To extend for an additional five years the authority to made, guarantee, and insure loans under title III of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 as amended

 

H.R. 5720 Relating to the extension and the final liquidation of the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government

 

H.R. 5926 To Increase the rates of compensation of certain officers and employees of the Federal Government, and for other purposes.

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H.R. 6000 For the relief of Yoichiro Aoki

 

H.R. 6130 For the relief of Elisa Martinez-Rodriquez

 

H.R. 6423 For the relief of Juan Jose Scnchez-Villegas, Maria Luisa Gama de Sanchez, Juan Jose Sanchez-Gama, Oscar Fernando Sanchez-Gama, Maria Luisa Sanchez-Gama, and Ruth Sanchez-Gama

 

H.R. 6479 To increase the rates of basic compensation of officers and employees in the field service of the Post Office Department

 

H.R. 7033 To amend the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, so as to extend the authority of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to restore entitlement used to acquire homes subsequently taken by condemnation, destroyed by natural hazard, or otherwise disposed of for compelling reasons without fault on the part of the veteran

 

H.R. 7454 For the relief o Fong Way Chong (also known as Freddie Fong) and his wife Chu Lau Hing (also known as Lana Fong.)

 

H.R. 7511 Amending section 21 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, relating to the privilege of the members of the Commission on Atomic Energy.

 

H.R. 7555 To amend section 8 of the Civil Service Retirement Actof May 29, 1930 as amended

 

H.R. 7776 For the relief of Shinichi Hiraga

 

H.R. 8305 For the relief of Toy Kin San

 

H.R. 9080 To amend the Japanese-American Evacuation Claims Act of 1948, as amended to expedite the final determination of the claims, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 9302 For the relief of Hideo Konya

 

H.R. 9303 For the relief of Mrs Eloisa Valdez-Rizo de Cervantez

 

H.R. 9530 For the relief of Mrs Rosa Ayala de Ortiz

 

H.R. 10197 For the relief of Vartuhi Parsejian de Carpenter (also known as Rosa Carpenter)

 

H.R. 10804 To provide for the reorganization of the safety functions of the Federal Government, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10805 Authoeizing and directing the construction by the Atomic Energy Commission of six nuclear power facilities for the production of electric power

 

H.R. 12061 Providing for a civilian atomic power acceleration program

 

H.R. 12461 For the relief of Victoria Medina-Vasillas da de Viramontes, also known as Estela Medina

 

H.RESl. 643 Creating a select committee to conduct an investigation and study of national civilian air policy and its enforcement

 

HlJ.RES. 98 To constitute the Federal Civil Defense Administration an executive department, and for other purposes

 

H.J. Res. 322 To amend the Constitution to authorize governors to fill temporary vacancies in the House of Representitives

 

H.J.Res. 416 To provide for the observance and commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding and launching of the conservation movement for the preservation of the natural resources of the United States

 

H.J. Res 463 To provide for the appointment of a chief special counsel and an assistant special counsel to represent the United States in litigation brought against the United States to recover damages under the so-called Dixon-Yates contract

 

H.Con.Res 72 Proposing an Atlantic Exploratory Convention

 

H.Con.Res. 128 To establish a joint committee to study aspects of the common systen of air navigation in the United States

 

H.Con.RES. 132 To request the President to review the functions of the various agencies of the Government concerned with air navigation, to report the results thereof to Congress, and, if justified, to submit a reorganization plan with respect thereto.

 

85th Congress 1957-1958

General note

INDEX TO LEGISLATION 85th Congress
 

H.R. 2125 To reorganize the civil defense functions of the Federal Government, to establish a Federal Department of Civil Defense, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 2154 Providing for a civilian atomic power acceleration program

 

H.R. 2869 To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act with respect to certain aliens born in Mexico

 

H.R. 2941 For the relief of Rafael Portugal-Cabrera

 

H.R. 2942 For the relief of Vartuhi Parsejian de Carpenter (also known as Rosa Carptenter)

 

H.R. 2943 For the relief of Victoria Medina-Vasillas vda de Viramontes, also known as Estala Medina

 

H.R. 2944 For the relief of Mrs Rosa Ayala de Ortiz

 

H.R. 2945 For the relief of Mrs Elosisa Valdez-Rizo de Cervantez

 

H.R. 2946 For the relief of Hideo Konya

 

H.R. 2947 For the relief of Jose Vargas-Mercado

 

H.R. 3291 For the relief of Juan Blas-Nunez

 

H.R. 3292 For the relief of Mrs Socorro Raquel Mendez-Cacho and her four minor daughters, Alicia Mendz, Imelda Mendez, Mariana Marta Mena, and Marta Lurdez Mena

 

H.R. 3293 For the relief of Manuel Rios-Souza

 

H.R. 4918 To amend section 207 of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, to provide that the Boards for the Correction of Military or Naval Records shall give consideration to satisfactory evidence relating to good character and conduct in civilian life after discharge or dismissal in determining whether or not to correct certain discharges and dismissals, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 4980 For the relief of Franz Oberschall

 

H.R. 5670 To provide for transfer of credit from the civil service retirement system to the old-age and survivors insurance system, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 6171 For the relief of Maria Perez-Navarro de Candelaria (also known as Maria Juana Gonzales-Flores)

 

H.R. 6657 To amend the public assistance provisions of the Social Security Act to eliminate certain inequities and restrictions and permit a more effective distribution of Federal funds

 

H.R. 7034 To establish a Federal employees' health insurance program

 

H.R. 7587 For the relief of Eustolia Caniu Holquin

 

H.R. 7523 To authorize Federal assistance to the States and local communities in financing a program of atomic and disaster shelters in the Nation's schools

 

H.R. 6515 For the relief of Carlos Ochoa-Sanchez (also known as Carlos Lopez Sanchez)

 

H.R. 9221 For the relief of Mrs Socorro Raquel Mendez-Cacho Arroyo

 

H.R. 7586 For the relief of Joaquin Revuelta-Sahagun

 

H.R. 10352 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, to provide for outer space development through the peaceful application of atomic energy, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 10658 For the relief of Nicholas Afonin

 

H.R. 10736 To authorize the revestment of certain interests in land at the United States Naval Ammunition and Net Depot, Seal Beach, California

 

H.R. 10757 To check the growth of umemployment by providing for Federal assistance to States and local government for the construction of needed public works and public improvement.

 

H.R. 12603 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, to provide for the release of source material reservations contained in conveyances of public and acquired lands, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 12809 To amend the Packers and Stockyards Act, and the Federal Trade Commission Act, and for other purposes 1921,

 

H.R. 13214 To amend Reorganization Plan Number 1 of 1858 in order to change the name of the office established under such plan

 

H.R. 13658 For the relief of Eiko-Sakamoto

 

H.J.Res. 521 Providing for the construction by the Department of the Interior of a full-scale demonstration plant for the production, from sea or other saline waters, of water suitable for agricultural, industrial, municipal, and other beneficial consumptive uses.

 

H.J.RES. 687 To authorize the Chairman of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy to confer a medal on Rear Admiral Hyman George Rickover, United States Navy

 

H.J.RES. 695 Authorizing the President to designate Los Angeles, California, as the site of the next world's fair to be held in the vicinity of such city in 1963, and for other purposes.

 

H.CON.RES. 307 Concerning a proposed arrangement for governmental assistance for a reactor project.

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86th Congress 1959-1960

General note

INDEX TO LEGISLATION, 86th Congress
 

H.R. 2402 To provide for transfer of credit from the civil service retirement system to the old-age and survivors insurance system, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 2542 To provide financial assistance for the support of public schools by appropriating funds to the States to be used for constructing school facilities and for teacher's salaries

 

H.R. 2543 To amend section 1552, title 10, United States Code, and section 301 of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 to provide that the Board for the Correction of Military or Naval Records and the Borads of Review, Discharges, and Dismissals shall give consideration to satisfactory evidence relating to good character and exemplary conduct in civilian life after discharge or dismissal in determing whether or not to correct certain discharges and dismissals; to authorize the award of an Exemplary Rehibilitation Certificate; and for other purposes

 

H.R. 2647 For the relief of Nicholas Afonin

 

H.R. 2767 To amend title 38, United States Code, to provide a 10 per centum increase in the education and training allowances paid to individuals pursuing educational programs under laws administered by the Veterans' Administration and for other purposes

 

H.R. 2768 To equalize the pay of retired members of the uniformed services

 

H.R. 3309 To protect the right of the blind to self-expression through organizations of the blind.

 

H.R. 3569 To provide for unemployment reinsurance grants to the States, to reivse, extend, and improve the unemployment insurance programs, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 3595 To provide that where a person has paid State or local property taxes and been reimbursed therefor by the United States under contract, and such taxes are thereafter required to be refunded, and such person has agreed to accept rebate of such taxes in installments over a five-year period, such person may repay to the United States the amount of such reimbursement in similar installments

 

H.R. 2646 To authorize the revestment of certain interests in land at the United States Naval Ammunition and Net Depot, Seal Beach, California

 

H.R. 3730 To extend the duration of the Federal air pollution control law, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 5809 To amend title II of the Social Security Act to provide a more 1 beral definition of the derm, disability for purposes of entitlement to disability insurance benefits and the disability freeze

 

H.R. 5846 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H.R. 6010 To repeal the cabaret tax

 

H.R. 6143 For the relief of Mrs. Shigeko Suzuki Mitchell and her minor daughter, Yumiko Mitchell

 

H.R. 7397 For the relief of Alfonso Talamantes-Leon

 

H.R. 7398 For the relief of Sun Lok Yen (also known as Pauline Sun)

 

H.R. 8330 To autorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10054 To provide for the presentation by the United States to the people of Mexico of a monument commemorating the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the independence of Mexico, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11209 To amend title II of the Social Security Act ot permit public employees in the State of California (other than policemen and firemen) to elect coverage as self-employed individuals in cases where they do not have coverage under the applicable State agreement.

 

H.R. 12450 To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to permit the States and local governments to levy property taxes on real and personal property owned by the United States but in the possession of and used by private persons in connection with business operated for profit.

 

H.R. 12462 To expand and extend the saline water conversion program under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior to provide for accelerated research, development, demonstration, and application of practical means for the economical production, from sea or other saline waters, of water suitable for agricultural, industrial, municipal, and other beneficial consumptive uses, and for other purposes

 

H.RES. 163 To amend rule X and XI of the House of Representatives

 

H.J.Res. 144 Authorizing the President to designate Los Angeles, California, as the site of the next world's fair to be held in the vicinity of such city in 1963, and for other purposes

 

H.Con.Res. 127 Providing for the development through the United Nations of international educational programs

 

H.Con.Res. 234 Authorizing the printing of additional copies of the hearing entitled Organization and Management of Missile Programs.

 

87th Congress 1961-1962

General note

INDEX TO LEGISLATION 87th Congress
 

H.R. 1774 To amend section 312 of the Immigration and Nationality Act so as to exempt certin additional persons from the requirements relating to understanding the English Language

 

H.R. 1775 To prohibit the discharge of members of the Armed Forces under conditions other than honorable except pursuant to the sentence of a court-martial

 

H.R. 1869 For the relief of Sun Lok Yen (also know as Pauline Sun)

 

H.R. 1870 For the relief of Nolan Sharp

 

H.R. 1904 For the relief of Alfonso Talamantes-Leon

 

H.R. 2557 For the relief of Mrs Malica Milich (nee Milica Dedijer)

 

H.R. 4902 To provide for transfer of credit from he civil service retirement system to the old-age and survivors insurance system, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 5297 To amend title II of the Social Secutiry Act to provide a more liberal definition of the term disability for purposes of entitlement to disability insurance benefits and the disability freeze

 

H.R. 5901 To provide for the presentation of the United States to the people of Mexico of a monument commemorating the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the independence of Mexico, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 5902 To amend title II of the Social Security Act ot permit public employees (other than policemen and firemen) to elect coverage as self-employed individuals in cases where they do not have coverage under the applicable State agreement.

 

H.R. 6647 For the relief of Juan Manuel Manila del Campo and his wife, Macrina Luna de Manila

 

H.R. 6744 To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 7472 For the relief of Sum Chun Kuai

 

H.R. 7576 To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and for other purposes

 

H.R. 7798 To amend various sections of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 7977 To establish a United States Disarmament Agency for World Peace and security.

 

H.R. 8598 To authoriae Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agancy to assist States, counties, cities, political subdivisions of States, and public corporations established under State law in providing improved mass transportation services in those metropolitan areas which have planned and developed a mass transportation system

 

H.R. 8599 To amend various sections of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 9708 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 10340 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

 

H.R. 10506 To amend the Subversive Activities Control Act of 1950 to provide penalties for becoming or remaining a member of Communist-action organizations, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10507 For the relief of Ngip Tor Yee (also known as Stanley Yee)

 

H.R. 10839 For the relief of Teodoro Chang Sen (also known as Chu Hing Chang) his wife, Chau Yung Tong (also known as Yung Tong Chang) and their son Chi Kon Chang.

 

H.R. 11211 For the relief of Kee Leung Chin

 

H.R. 11511 To authorize the Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency to assist States, counties, cities, political subdivisions of States, and public corporations established under State law in providing improved mass transportation services in those metropolitan areas which have planned and developed a mass transportation system.

 

H.R. 11733 To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11919 To establish the Capitol Hill National Historical Park and to provide for the protection and preservation of its historic character, dignity and environment.

 

H.R. 11974 To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and for other purposes

 

H.R. 12336 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 12925 To create or charter a corporation by Act of Congress

 

H.R. 12961 To amend the Administrative Expenses Act of 1946 (60 Stat. 806) as amended (5 U.S.C. 73b-1) to authorize payment of expenses for storage of household goods and personal effects of civilian employees assigned to isolated duty stations

 

H.J. Res. 569 To waive certain provions of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 so as to permit the agreement for cooperation between the United States and France to be made immediately effective.

 

H.CON.RES. 405 Authorizing the printing of additional copies of hearings on Civil defense for the Committee on Government Operations

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88th Congress 1963-1964

 

H.R. 2940 To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to grant easements for the use of lands in the Capp Joseph H. Pendleton Naval Reservation, California, for a nuclear electric generating station.

 

H.R. 3086 To create or charter a corporation by Act of Congress

 

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 distinquishing brands, names, or trademarks, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 3669 File # 2 File # 3 File # 4

 

H.R. 3863 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 reseller in the distribution of goods identified by distinguishing brands, names, or trademarks, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 5035 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 5036 To authorize appropreation for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261, of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and for other purposes

 

H.R. 5267 To provide under the social sedurity program for payment for hospital and related services to aged beneficiaries

 

H.R. 6113 To repeal the excise tax on amounts paid for communication service or facilities

 

H.R. 7300 To amend various sections of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 7903 To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 7139 To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended and for other purposes

 

H. R. 8003 To provide for the establishment of a community at or near the Nevada Test sit, Nevada

 

H.R. 8971 To amend Public Law 88-72 to increase the authorization for appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 9099 To establish National Economic Conversion Commission, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 9711 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954

 

H.R. 9712 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and forother purposes

 

H.R. 9964 To extend for two years the period for which payments in lieu of taxes may be made with respect to certain real property transferred by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and its subsidiaries to other Government departments

 

H.R. 10437 To incorporate the National Committee on Radiation Protection and Measurements

 

H.R. 10728 For the relief of Agop Torkom Centoglu

 

H.R. 10895 To provide for the presentation by the United States to the people of Mexico of a monument commemorating the independence of Mexico, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10896 To authorize disbursing officers of the Armed Forces to advance funds to members of an armed force of a friendly foreign nation, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10945 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in Accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11180 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H.R. 11832 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955, as amended, and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, as amended

 

H.R. 11911 To authorize checks to be drawn in favor of certain organizations for the credit of a person's account, under certain conditions

 

H.R. 12228 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 12328 To authorize investigations and reports on the water resources and requirements of the Colorado River Basin, and to protect existing economies in the course of development of such resources.

 

H.R. 12470 To designate as Clair Engle Lake the reservoir created by the Trinity, Dam, Central Valley project, California

 

H.J.RES. 686 To authorize the President to issue annually a proclamation designating the first week in March of each year as Save Your Vision Week

 

H.J.RES 815 Providing for the issuance of quarter dollars bearing the likeness of John Fitzgerald Kennedy

 

H.J.RES 961 Authorizing the expression of appreciation and the issuance of a gold medal to Henry J. Kaiser

 

H.Con.Res 167 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the University of the Seven Seas

 

H.Con.RES. 245 Establishing a joint committee to conduct an investigation and study the problems of Presidential succession and continuity of Government, to make findings of fact and recommendations for constitutional, legislative, and administrative changes, and for other purposes.

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H.R. 3597 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 4830 For the relief of Agop Torkom Centoglu

 

H.R. 4697 To authorize the contruction, operation, and maintenance of the Lower Colorado River Basin project, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 5664 Tp establish a National Economic Conversion and Diversification Commission, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 5665 To authorize disbursing officers of the Armed Forces to advance funds to members of an armed force of a friendly foreign nation, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 6327 To repeal the excise tax on amounts paid for communication service or facilities

 

H.R. 6927 HUD (not sponsored by Holifield)

 

H.R. 7126 To amend title II of the Social Security Act to provide that a survivor beneficiary shall not lose his or her entitlement to benefits by resaon of a marriage or remarriage which occurs after he or she attains age 62

 

H.R. 8122 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 8443 To amend section 271 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H,R. 8856 To amend section 271 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H.R. 8973 To repeal the release and reallocation provisions for cotton allotments

 

H.R. 9132 To amend the National School Lunch Act, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10722 To authorize the payment of an allowance of not to exceed $10 per day to employees assigned to duty at the Nevada Test Site of the United States Atomic Energy Commission

 

H.R. 12292 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of theAtomic Energy Act of 1954, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 13074 To provide for the acquisition of the historic home in the Nation's Capital of Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury under President Thomas Jefferson and President James Madison, as an official residence for the Vice President of the United States, and to provide for its preservation as an historic building.

 

H.R. 14248 To make further provision for the retirement of the Comptroller General

 

H.R. 14249 To extend for two years the period for which payments in lieu of taxes may be made with respect to certain real property transferred by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and its subsidiaries to other Government departments

 

H.R. 14732 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 14786 To consent to the interstate compact defining the boundary between the States of Arizona and California

 

H.R. 16211 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, as amended.

 

H.R. 16341 To authorize an appropriation to enable the Post Office Department to extend city delivery service on a door delivery service basis to postal patrons now receiving curbside delivery service who qualify for door delievery service.

 

H.R. 16342 To establish the Channel Islands National Park, in the State of California and for other purposes

 

H.R. 16623 To amend title 39, U.S. Code, to provide for door delivery service and for other purposes

 

H.R. 17557 To amend the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, as amended

 

H.R. 17558 To amend Public Law 89-428 to authorize the Atomic Energy Commission to enter into a cooperative arrangement for a large-scale combination nuclear power-desalting project, and appropriation therefor, in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H.RES. 673 Relating to nonproliferation of nuclear weapons

 

H.J.RES. 539 That the United States reaffirms its support of the United Nation.

 

H.J.RES. 1100 To create a delegation to a convention of North Atlantic nations

 

H.Con.RES. 20 Establishing a Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Representatives on Organization of the Congress

 

H.CON.RES. 419 Relative to population growth and requesting the creation of a Presidential Commission on Population

 

H.CON.RES. 928 Relating to United States military personnel held captive in Vietnam.

 

90th Congress 1967-1968

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INDEX TO LEGISLATION 90TH CONGRESS
 

H.R. 157 To establish a Commission on Government Procurement

 

H.R. 157 File # 2 File # 3

 

H.R. 2862 To establish a Redwood National Park in the State of California, and or other purposes

 

H.R. 3647 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 4241 To extend for two years the period for which payments in lieu of taxes may be made with respect to certain real property transferred by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and its subsidiaries to other Government departments

 

H.R. 5621 To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide payment for optometrists' services under theprogram of supplementary medical insurance benefits for the aged.

 

H.R. 7084 To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Colorado River Basin project, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 9600 Relating to taxation by States of the income of Members of Congress, members of their staffs, and certain officers of the United States

 

H.R. 9750 To provide for certain reorganizations in the Department of State and the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 9877 To amend the Maritime Academy Act of 1958 to increase the amount of assistance to such Academies and the amount of subsistence payable per student.

 

H.R. 10627 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 10918 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11490 To amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 in order to provide assistance to local educational agencies in establishing bilingual education opportunity programs, and to provide certain other assistance to promote such programs

 

H.R. 11656 Same as 11490

 

H.R. 12087 To amend the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955, as amended, to authorize the Atomic Energy Commission to make assistance payments to the cities of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Richland, Washington, and the Richland School District through June 30, 1979

 

H.R. 12280 To guarantee productive employment opportunities for those who are unemployed or underemployed

 

H.R. 12510 To establish a Commission on Government Procurement.

 

H.R. 12603 To supplement the purposes of the Public Building Act of 1959 (73 Stat. 479), by authorizing agreements and leases with respect to certain properties on the District of Columbia, for thepruposes of a national visitor center, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 12631 To provide temporary authority to expedite procedures for consideration and approval of projects drawing upon more than one Federal assistance program, to simplify,requirements for the operation of those projects, and for other purposes

 

H,R/ 13103 To amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 in order to provide assistance to local educational agencies in establishing bilingual educational programs, and to provide certain other assistance to promote such programs.

 

H.R. 13934 To amend the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955, as amended, the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and the EURATOM Cooperation Act of 1958 as amended.

 

H.R. 14403 To provide for the appointment of additional circuit judges

 

H.R. 14834 To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance, of the Colorado River Basin project, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 14905 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H. R. 15407[UNK} For the relief of Lance Corporal James McCormick Bain, U.S. Marine Corps.

 

H.R. 15688 To extend the executive reorganization provisions of title 5, United States Code, for an additional four years.

 

H.R. 16302 To provide workmen's compensation protection to individuals denied benefits under State law for disability or death from lung cancer caused by exposure to ionizing radiation during their employment in uranium mines; to authorize the Secretary of Labor to provide or make provisions for payment of supplementary compensation to persons receiving workmen's compensation benefits funder State law for such disability or death; to reimburse States for the payment of certain workmen's compensation claims; to provide grants to States for research and planning with respect to ionizing radiation injuries in uranium mines; and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 16234 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 16462 Granting the consent of Congress to the Western Interstate Nuclear Compact, and related purposes.

 

H.R. 17568 To provide for the disclosure of certain information relating to certain public opinion polls

 

H.R. 17724 To amend the Food Stamp Act of 1964, as amended, for the purposes of authorizing appropriations for the fiscal years ending and for other purposes June 30, 1969, June 30, 1970, June 30, 1971, and June 30, 1972,

 

H.R. 18448 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 18451 To amend the Act of March 3, 1905, relating to the dumping of certain materials into the navigable waters of the United States

 

H.R. 18540 To provide full Federal financing of payments made under the public assistance provisions of the Social Security Act to recipients who do not meet the duration-of-residence requirements of the applicable State plan, where such payments must nonetheless be made because of court determinations that such requirements are unconstitutional

 

H.R. 18667 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 18826 To achieve the fullest cooperation and coordination of activities among the levels of government in order to improve the operation of our federal system in an increasingly complex society, to improve the administration of grants-in-aid to the States, to permit provision of reimbursable technical services to State and local government, to establish coordinated intergovernmental policy and administration of grants and loans for development assistance, to provide for the acquisition, use, and disposition of land within urban areas by Federal agencies in conformity with local government programs, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 18951 To strengthen and clarify the law prohibiting the introduction, or manufacture for introduction, of switchblade knives into interstate commerce.

 

H.R. 20070 For the relief of Takis Kougioumtzain

 

H.RES. 212 To amend rules X,XI, and XIII of the Rules of the House of Representatives.

 

H.RES. 1006 To bring about lower interest rates.

 

H.RES. 1201 That it is the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States enter into an agreement with the Government of Israel for the sale of military planes, commonly known as Phantom jet fighters, necessary for Israel's defense to an amount which shall be adequate to provide Israel with a deterrent force capable of preventing future Arab aggression by offsetting sophisticated weapons received by the Arab States, and on order for future delivery, and to replace losses suffered by Israel in the 1967 conflict.

 

H.RES. 1284 To create a Select Committee on Public Opinion Polls.

 

H.J.RES. 1092 Authorizing the President to proclaim the period March 17th through 24, 1968, as International DeMolay Week.

 

H.J.RES 1444 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to provide for a national preferential primary election to select candidates for the office of the President and Vice President and to provide for the election of the President and Vice President by the popular vote of the people of the United States

 

H.CON.RES. 838 Authorizing the Secretary of the Senate to make a correction in enrollment of S. 698

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H.R. 474 Procurement Commission

 

H.R. 477 To Amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954

 

H.R. 2652 To Extend the Executive Reorganization Provisions of Title 5 U.S. Code, for an Additional two Years and for other purposes

 

H.R. 3340 To Provide a devise for recording and counting votes in the House

 

H.R. 3661 Retirement annunities

 

H.R. 5584 To amend Title 18, U.S. Code, to strengthen and clarify the law prohibiting the introduction or manufacture for introduction of switchblade knives into interstate commerce

 

H.R. 6508 To provide assistance to the State of California for reconstruction of areas damaged by recent storms, floods, landslides, and high waters.

 

H.R. 6654 To provide temporary authority to expedite procedures for consideration and approval of projected drawing upon more than one Federal assistance program to simplify requirements for the operation of those projects

 

H.R. 8389 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954

 

H.R. 9304 Granting the consent of Congress to the Western Interstate Nuclear Compact and related purposes

 

H.R. 9644 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 pertaining to criminal practice

 

H.R. 9645 To amend Section 170, Atomic Energy Act of 1954

 

H.R. 9646 To amend Section 182 of Atomic Energy Act of 1954

 

H.R. 9647 To amend Atomic Energy Act of 1954 dealing with licensing facilities

 

H.R. 9648 To amend Chapter 18, Atomic Energy Act of 1954 pertaining to violation of licensing requirements

 

H.R. 9719 To authorize the appropriation of additional funds necessary for Acquisition of land at the Point Reyes National Seashore in Calif.

 

H.R. 10130 To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission

 

H.R. 10457 Duration of residence requirements fo applicable state plan for Social Security payments

 

H.R. 11347 To provide a 15% across-the-board Social Security increase.

 

H.R. 11552 To establish fee programs for entrance to and use of areas administered for outdoor recreation and relatedp purposes by the Secretaries of INterior and Agriculture

 

H.R. 11624 To assure an opportunity for employment to every American seeking work, and to make available the education and training needed by any person to qualify for employment consistent with his highest potential and capability.

 

H.R. 11825 Repeal Emergency Detention Act of 1950

 

H.R. 12167 AEC Appropriation

 

H.R. 12220 Repeal Emergency Detention ACt of 1950

 

H.R. 12473 State AGreements Hospital Insurance Program for aged

 

H.R. 12581 To establish an Urban Mass Transportation Fund

 

H.R. 12625 Unemployment Security Amendments

 

H.R. 13013 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to double the amount of the basic personal income tax exemption allowed a taxpayer

 

H.R. 14351 Bill to change fiscal year to calendar year

 

H.R. 14406 To amend the Land and Water Conservation Act of 1965 to provide that authority to enter into certain mineral leases with repect to the outer Continental Shelf shall be suspended during any period when amounts in the Land and Water Conservation Fund are impo8unded or otherwise withheld from expenditure

 

H.R. 14479 To authorize the appropriation of increased annual amounts for the conduct of research by the Division of Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse in the National Institute of Mental Health

 

H.R. 14502 To provide for the continuation of programs authorized under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to authorize advance funding of such programs

 

H.R. 14517 Expedite & Simplify procedures - Federal Assistance Program

 

H.R. 14600 To authorize the coinage of fifty-cent pieces to commemorate the life of the Honorable Sam Rayburn and to assist in the support of the Sam Rayburn Library

 

H.R. 14797 To amend Title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide payment for chiropractor services under the program of supplementary insurance benefits for the aged

 

H.R. 14864 Defense Facilities and INdustrial Sec.

 

H.R. 17405 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with Section 261, of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H.R.;4966 To provide for uniform and equitable treatment of persons displaced from their homes, businsesses, or farms by federal and federally assisted programs, and to establish uniform and equitable land acquisition policies for federal and federally assisted programs.

 

H.R. 15019 To designate the San Joaquin Wilderness, Sierra National Forest and Inyo National Forest in the State of Californai

 

H.R. 15165 To establish a Commission on Population Growth and the American Future

 

H.R. 15782 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with Section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended

 

H.R. 15933 To authorize the U.S. Commissioner of Education to establish educational programs to encourage understanding of policies and support of activities designed to enhance environmental quality and maintain ecological balance

 

H.R. 17376 To enact certain provisions of Reorganization Plan # 2 of 1970

 

H.R. 17405 To authorize appropriations to the ATomic Energy Commission in accordance with Section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 19554, as amended

 

H.R. 17710 To amend Title V, U.S. Code to authorize election of health benefits coverage by employees and annunitants for themselves and their spouses at a special rate based on coverage of two persons.

 

H.R. 17762 To define the authority of the President of the United States to intervene abroad or to make war without the express consent of the Congress

 

H.R. 17978 To limit the sale or distribution of mailing lists by Federal agencies

 

H.R. 18067 To establish an Office of Consumer Affairs in the Executive Office of the President and a Consumer Protection Agency in order to secure within the Federal Government effective protection and representation of the interests of consumers

 

H.R. 18214 Consumer protection Act of 1970

 

H.R. 18275 To amend the Federal property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, to provide for the disposal of surplus Federal property for parks and recreational uses.

 

H.R. 18399 To amend Section 620 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 to suspend, in whole or in part, economic and military assistance and certain sales to any country which fails to take appropriate steps to prevent narcotic drugs produced or processed, in whole or in part, in such country from entering the United States unlawfully

 

H.R. 18679 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended to eliminat the requirement for finding of proctical value.

 

H.R. 18798 To establish a Commission on Fuels and Energy to recommend programs and policies intended to insure, through maximum use of indigenous resources, that the United States requirements for low-cost energy to met, and to reconcile environmental quality requirements with future energy needs

 

H.R. 19031 To provide benefits for sufferers from byssinosis

 

H.R. 19421 To amend the Federal AViation Administration Act of 1958, as amended, to authorize air carriers to engage in bulk air transport of persons and property.

 

H.R. 19615 To provide for protection of persons and property aboard air-craft.

 

H.R. 19904 Campaign Practices Bill

 

H.R. 19908 To Increase authorization for appropriations to the AEC.

 

H.RES. 74 To amend Rules X,XI,XIII of the Rules of the House of Reps.

 

H.RES. 612 Toward peace with justice in Vietnam-support the President's efforts in negotiating a just peace

 

H.RES 662 Commend the American serviceman and veteran of Vietnam for his efforts and sacrifices

 

H.RES. 796 Amend the Rules of the House of REps relating to financial disclosure

 

H.RES. 811 Relating to the death of the Honorable Glenard Lipscomb, a Representative from the state of California

 

H.RES. 843 For the appointment of a select committee to study the affects of Federal policies on the quality of education in the U.S.

 

H.RES. 350 To create a select committee on Bureau of the Budget

 

H.J.RSE. 475 Authorize the President to proclaim the period January through December, 1969 as National Demolay Year

 

H.J.RES. 931 Continue aapropriations for education to state and local governments as provided in H.R. 13111

 

H.J.RES. 1093 Authorize the President to proclaim March 15 through March 22, 1970, as International DeMolay Week

 

H.J.RES. 1117 To create a Joint Committee on the Environment and Technology

 

H.J.RES. 1140 Establish a Commission on U.S. participation in the United Nations.

 

H.J.RES. 1144 Authorizing the President to annually issue a proclamation dsignating the first Monday in October as Free Enterprise Day

 

H.J.RES. 1299 Women's Rights Amendment

 

H.J.RES. 1355 Concerning war-making powers of the Congress and the President.

 

H.CON.RES. 165 Designating 1969 as the Diamond Jubilee Year of American Motion Pictures

 

H.CON.RES. 549 Relating to an Atlantic Union Delegation

 

H.CON.RES. 524 High Interest Rate Policy

 

H.CON.RES. 462 Defamation of ethnic groups by TV, radio and motion Pictures

 

H.CON.RES. 512 U.N. Day--an International Holiday

 

H.CON.RES. 794 To express the sense of Congress on inflation and Recession.

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92nd Congress 1971-1972

 

H.R. 16 Office of Consumer Affairs H.R. 16 Notebook on Proceedings

 

H.R. 22 National System of Health Security

 

H.R. 234 Prohibit establishment of Emergency Detention Camps

 

H.R. 1931 For the relief of Jesus Manuel Cabral

 

H.R. 3234 To provide for suffers of Byssinosis

 

H.R. 3236 Amend National Labor Relations ACt - union shop industries affecting commerce

 

H.R. 3238 Establishment of the Juan de Ayala National Recreation Area at the Golden Gate headlands in California

 

H.R. 3657 Conquest of Cancer Act

 

H.R. 4414 Amend Foreign Assistance to suspend economic and military aid to countreis that fail to take appropriate steps to prevent narcotic drugs from illegally entering this country

 

H.R. 4431 Establish an Office of Consumer Affairs

 

H.R. 4628 Santa Barbara Channel Moratorium Act

 

H.R. 4701 Authorize coinage of 50-cent pieces to commemorate the life of the Honorable Sam Rayburn and to assist in the support of the Sam Rayburn Library

 

H.R. 4848 Extension of date Procurement Commission shall submit its final report.

 

H.R. 4849 Chiropractors' Services under Social Security

 

H.R. 5522 Authorizing appropriations to AEC

 

H.R. 5523 Amend Atomic Energy ACt to provide for license fees to Government Agencies

 

H.R. 5438 To amend the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968

 

H.R. 5645 Providing assistance to State and local governments for emergency services

 

H.R. 6069 Tax Incentive for producing motion pictures in the U.S.

 

H.R. 6077 Relief for lost or stolen securities

 

H.R. 6283 Extend time for President to transmit to Congress reorganization plans for Executive Branch

 

H.R. 6532 Projects drawing on more than one Federal Assistance Programs.

 

H.R. 6959 Department of Natural Resources

 

H.R. 6960 Department of Economic Affairs

 

H.R. 6961 Department of Human Resources

 

H.R. 6962 Department of Community Development

 

H.R. 7459 Medal of Honor to Harry S. Truman

 

H.R. 7551 Postage Stamp to commemorate Martin Luther King

 

H.R. 7555 Protection of Ocean Mammals

 

H.R. 7586 Establish Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People

 

H.R. 7865 Authorize Feasibility Study on Salton Sea

 

H.R. 8011 Extend provisions of Wanger-O'Day Act relating to government procurement of commodities produced by severely handicapped

 

H.R. 8143 Amend Interstate Commerce Act in order to completely exempt certain farm vehicles and farm vehicle drivers from provisions there of

 

H.R. 8712 To amend the Act entitled An Act to authorize any executive department or independent establishment of the Government, or any bureau or office thereof....

 

H.R. 9029 To prohibit the imposition by the States of discriminatory burdens upon interstate commerce in wine, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 9285 To amend Section 182 of the Atomic Energy Act

 

H.R. 9286 To amend the Atomic Energy Act with regard to Power plant siting

 

H.R. 9388 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission

 

H. R. 9498 National Recreation Area in San Francisco & Marin Counties

 

H. R. 9923 To extend the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 and the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1956

 

H. R. 10604 To amend title II of the Social Security Act to permit the payment of the lump sum death payment to pay the burial and memorial services expenses and related expenses for an insured individual whose body is unavailable for burial

 

H. R. 10787 For the relief of Soviet Jews

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H. R. 10835 Establish Office of Consumer Affairs

 

Amendments

 

Bill-Reporting Hearing

 

Committee Reports and Floor Debates

 

Congressional Correspondence

 

Executive Session

 

Holifield Statements

 

News Clippings

 

Outside Correspondence

 

H. R. 10950 Establish Mining and Mineral Research centers

 

H. R. 11019 Provide for disclosures designed to inform the Congress with respect to legislative measures and for other purposes

 

H. R. 11453 To provide for disclosures designed to inform Congress re. legislative measures

 

H. R. 11600 To amend IRS code to disallow deductions from income for slary paid to aliens

 

H. R. 11842 Relating to comparability adjustments in pay rates of federal employees

 

H. R. 12085 Shoreside facilities, Pearl Harbor

 

H. R. 12510 George W. Andrews Lock and Dam

 

H. R. 12826 AEC Appropriations

 

H. R. 12919 To amend the Atomic Energy Act

 

H. R. 13541 $4 Across-the-board increase in Social Security

 

H. R. 13731 To amend the Atomic Energy ACt - Licensing

 

H. R. 13752 Floor Statements of Mr. Holifield on the bill to amend National Environmental Policy Act of 1969

 

H. R. 14065 To amend the Atomic Energy Act - Temporary operating licenses

 

H. R. 14655 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended to authorize the Commission to issue temporary operating licenses for nuclear power reactors, under certain circumstances, and for other purposes.

 

H. R. 14939 To provide public service employment opportunities for unemployed and underemployed persons, to assist States and local communities in providing needed public services, and for other purposes

 

H. R. 14990 To authorize appropriations to the ATomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy ACt of 1954 as amended, and for other purposes.

 

H. R. 16128 To revise duties of the U.S. G.A.O. relating to audit of government corporations

 

H. R. 16129 Amend Act of August 30, 1964

 

H. R. 16201 Shoreside facilities for the USS Arizona

 

H. R. 16218 Narcotic Addict and Treatment Act of 1972

 

H. R. 16444 Establish the Golden Gate National Urban Recreation Area in San Francisco and Marin Counties

 

H. R. 16711 To prevent aircraft piracy by requiring the use of metal detection devices to inspect all passengers and baggage boarding commercial aircraft in the United States

 

H. R. 16776 To amend the Social Security Act to make certain recipients of federal assistance will not have the amount of such aid or assistance reduced because of increase in monthly social security benefits

 

H. R. 17015 To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to execute a program of alinity control of the Colorado River, and for other purposes

 

H. R. 17047 To prohibit most-favored-nation treatment and commercial and guarantee agreements with respect to any nonmarket economy country which denies to its citizens the right to emigrate or which imposes more than nominal fees upon its citizens as a condition to emigration.

 

H. RES. 303 To provide funds for the expenses of the investigation and study authorized by rule XI (8)

 

H. RES 304 To authorize the Committee on Government Operations to conduct studies and investigations with respect to matters within its jurisdiction and for other purposes.

 

H.RES. 671 Calling for shipment of Phantom F-4 aircraft to Isreal.

 

H.RES. 810 Providing funds for expenses and studies authorized by H.R. 304

 

H.J.RES. 1 War powers of President and Congress

 

H.J.RES. 3 Joint Commitee on the Environment

 

H.J.RES. 339 Equal Rights for Women

 

H.J.RES. 610 Presidential Release of Appropriated Funds

 

H.CON.RES. 88 Media-Ethnic Groups

 

H.CON.RES. 114 Prisoners of War

 

H.CON.RES. 156 Public Service Hospitals Remain Open

 

H.CON.RES. 204 North Atlantic Union

 

H.CON.RES. 252 Negotiations for Peace in the Middle East

 

H.CON.RES. 309 50th Anniversary of GAO

 

H.COV.RES. 592 Policies and Procedures to End the War in Indochina

 

H.CON.RES. 668 To collect overdue debts

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93rd Congress 1973-1974

 

H.R. 21 Consumer Protection Act of 1973

 

H.R. 21 Correspondence # 1

 

H.R. 21 Correspondence # 2

 

H.R. 1481 To amend the Vocational Rehabilitation Act

 

H.R. 2336 Consumer Protection Act of 1973

 

H.R. 2337 To provide that daylight saving time shall be observed on a year-round basis

 

H.R. 3065 To provide that appointments to the Office of Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget shall be subject to confirmation by the Senate.

 

G.R. 3650 Consumer Protection Act of 1973

 

H.R. 3651 To amend title 38 of the United States Code to make certain that recipients of veteran's pension and compensation will not have the amount of such pension or compensation reduced because of increases in minthly social security benefits

 

H.R. 3914 To prohibit most favored nation treatment and commercial and guarantee agreements with respect to any nonmarket economy country which denies to its citizens the right to emigrate or which imposes more than nominal fees upons its citizens as a condition to emigration.

 

H.R. 3932 To provide that appointments to the Offices of Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget shall be subject to confirmation by the Senate and other purposes

 

H.R. 3984 To provide public service employment opportunities for unemployed and underemployed persons, to assist States and local communities in providing public services, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 4615 To amend the Rural Electrification ACt of 1936, as amended to reaffirm that such funds made available for each fiscal year to carry out the programs provided for in such Act be fully obligated in said year, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 4419 To amend the Clean Air Act to clarify California's right to enforce its own stringent motor vehiclee emmission standards

 

H.R. 4717 To prohibit the imposition by State of discriminatory burdens upon interstate commerce in wine, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 5588 To amend the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to require that any plans to reorganize the Office of Economic Opportunity be transmitted to Congress pursuant to the Executive Reorganization Act, and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 5708 To provide that respect for an individuals's right not to participate in abortions contrary to that individual's conscience be a requirement for hospital eligibility for Federal financial assistance.

 

H.R. 5793 To extend to all unmarried individuals the full tax benefits of income splitting now enjoyed by married individuals filing joint returns

 

H.R. 5869 To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to construct and provide shoreside facilities for the education and convenience of visitors to the United States Ship Arizona Memorial at Peral Harbor and to transfer responsibility for their operation and maintenance to the National Park Service.

 

H.R. 6189 To extend until November 1, 1978 the existing exemption of the steamboat Delta Queen from certain vessel laws.

 

H.R. 6316 To create a Federal Disaster Insurance Corporation to insure the people of the United States against losses due to major natural disaster, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 6557 To improve education by increasing the feedom of the Nation's teachers to change employment across State lines without substantial loss of retirement benefits through establishment of Federal State program.

 

H.R. 7378 To amend title 10 of the U.S. Code in order to combine the 11th and 12 Naval Districts

 

H.R. 7774 To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to execute a program of salinity control for the Colorado River, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 7882 To extend the period within which the President may present to Congress reorganization plans concerning agencies of the executive branch of the Federal Government

 

H.R. 8245 To amend Reorganization Plan # 2 of 1973

 

H.R. 8662 AEC Appropriations.

 

H.R. 8792 To Require contractors of departments and agencies of the United States engaged in the production of motion pictures films to pay prevailing wages.

 

H.R. 8802 To require that a percentage of U.S. oil imports be carried on United States flag vessels

 

H.R. 9062 To provide for the resolution of claims and disputes relating to Government contracts awarded by executive agencies

 

H.R. 9059 To create an Office of Federal Procurement Policy with the Executive Office of the President and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 9060 To distinquish Federal procurement and grant-type assistance transactions, standardize use of legal instruments for procurement and grant-type assistance transactions, and authorize use of a procurement or grant-type instrument, as appropriate under existing authorizations to enter into contracts, grants, or similar transactions

 

H.R. 9061 To provide policies and procedures for the procurement of property and services by Federal agencies

 

H.R. 9062 To provide for the resolution of Claims and Disputes relating to government contracts

 

H.R. 9090 To promote more effective management of certain related functions of the executive branch by reorganizing and consolidating those functions in a new Department of Energy and Natural Resources, by reorganizing and consolidating others in a new Energy Research and Development Administration, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 9091 To revise and restate certain functions and duties of the Comptroller General of the United States, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 9341 Senate Confirmation of Director & Deputy Director, Office of Management & Budget

 

H.R. 9764 To provide for the establishment of the National Conservation area of the California Desert and to provide for the immediate and future protection, development, and administration of such public lands.

 

H.R. 9768 Authorize, financial assistance for service, employment, and redevelopment (SER) centers.

 

H.R. 9911 Blood Bill

 

H.R. 10201 Amend Maritime Academy ACt of 1958 to authorize Secretary of the Navy to appoint students at State Maritime academies and colleges as Reserve Midshipman in the U.S. Navy and for other purposes.

 

H.R. 10202 To increase the subsistance payments to students at the State Marine schools.

 

H.R. 10256 Cabinet Committee on Oportunities for Spanish Speaking appropriations

 

H.R. 10397 To extend the authorization of appropriations for the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11137 To amend the Budget and Accounting Act, to require the advice and consent of the Senate for future appointments to the offices of Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget, and for other purposes 1921,

 

H.R. 11265 To amend the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 to restrict persons who are not citizens of the United STates from acquiring more than 35 per centum of the nonvoting securities or more than 5 per centum of the voting securities of any issuer whose securities are registered under such Act, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11510 To reorganize and consolidate certain fuctions of the Federal Government in a new Energy Research and Development Administration and in a Nuclear Energy Commission in order to promote more efficient management of such functions

 

11510 Copies of Bills

 

11510 Correspondence 1973

 

11510 Correspondence 1974

 

11510 Miscellaneous # 1

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11510 Miscellaneous # 2

 

11510 Notebook - legislative analysis

 

H.R. 11731 Same as H.R. 11510

 

H.R. 11732 Same as H.R. 11510

 

H.R. 11793 To reorganize and consolidate certain functions of the Federal Government in a new Federal Energy Administration in order to promote more efficient management of such functions

 

11793 Copies of bills, reports etc,

 

11793 General File

 

H.R. 11858 To provide for the conservation of petroleum and other natural resources by imposing an excise tax on the sale of certain gasoline-powered automobiles according to the rate at which such automobiles consume fuel, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 11957 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 as amended, to restructure the hearing process with respect to licenses to construct or operate utilization or production facilities

 

H.R. 12113 To revise and restate certain functions and duties of the Comtroller General of the U.S. and for other purposes

 

H.R. 12114 (Same as H.R. 12113)

 

H.R. 12699 To provide for the establishment of an American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 12777 To amend the Social Security Act to include breast prothesis among the items and services for which payment may be made under the supplementary medical insurance program.

 

H.R. 12823 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 to provide for improved procedures for planning and environmental review of proposed nuclear power plants, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 13163 To establish a Consumer Protection Agency in order to secure within the Federal Government effective protection and representation of the interests of consumers, and other purpose

 

13163 Copies of Bills and reports

 

13163 General Correspondence

 

H.R. 13204 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended to provide for approval of sites for production and utilization facilities, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 13919 To authorize appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 14494 To amend the Federal Property and Administration Services Act of 1949, and other statutes to increase to $10,000 the maximum amount eligible for use of simplified procedures in procurement of property and services of the Government.

 

H.R. 14718 To discontinue or modify certain reporting requirements of law.

 

H.R. 15056 To amend section 1(12) of the Interstate Commerce Act to provide that railroads shall not discriminate against the movement or interchange of railroad refrigerator cars not owned by a railroad, and for other purposes

 

H.R. 15233 To establish an Office of Federal Procurement Policy within the Office of Management and Budget.

 

H.R. 15582 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended to enable Congress to concur in or disapprove international agreements for cooperation in regard to certain nuclear technology

 

H.R. 15687 Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Act

 

H.R. 16423 To provide for the resolution of claims and dispurtes

 

H.R. 16424 To establish a Commission of Federal Paperwork

 

H.R. 16437 To amend the Clean Air ACt to prohibit the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency from an indirect source emission review as a part of any applicable implementation plan

 

H.R. 16550 To establish a Commission on Paperwork

 

H.R. 16700 To amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, to provide for approval of sites for production and utilization facilities, and for other purposes

 

H.RES. 224 To authorize the committee on Government Operations to conduct studies and investigations with respect to matters within its jurisdiction, and for other matters within its jurisdiction and for other purposes

 

H.RES. 277 To provide funds for the expenses of the investigation and study authorized by rule XI (8) and H.EWS. 224

 

H.RES. 617 Deploring outbreak of hostilities in the Middle EAst

 

H.RES. 846 To provide funds for the expenses of the investigation and study authorized by rule XI(8) and H.RES. 224

 

H.RES. 947 Providing for the Agreement to the Senate amendments to H.R. 8245

 

H.RES. 1122 To condemn terrorist killings of schoolchildren in Israel

 

H.J.RES. 2 War Powers Resolution of 1973

 

H.J.RES. 206 To create an Atlantic Union delegation

 

H.J.RES. 207 Constitutional Amendment to provide for direct election of the President and Vice President.

 

H.J.RES. 542 Concerning the war Powers of Congress and President

 

H.J.RES. 999 To prohibit the Bureau of Labor Statistics from instituting any revision in the method of calculating the Consumer Price Index until such revision has been approved by resolution by either the Senate or the House of Representatives of the United States of America

 

H.J.RES, 1016 Designating the premises occupied by the Chief of Naval Operations as the official residence of the Vice-President, effective upon the termination of service of the incumbent Chief of Naval operations.

 

H.CON.RES. 82 Expressing sense of Congress relating to films and broadcasts which defame, stereotype, ridicule, demean, or degrade ethnic, racial, and religious groups

 

H.CON.RES. 189 That the President of the United States is requested to return to the House of Representative the enrolled bill (H.R. 11793) to reorganize and consolidate certain functions of the Federal Administration in a new Federal Energy Administration in order to promote more efficient management of such functions

 

H.CON.RES 668 To reorganize and consolidate certain functions of the Federal Government in a new Energy Research and Devlopment Administration and in a new Nuclear Regulatory Commission in order to promote more efficient management of such functions is authorized and directed to make corrections

 

H.CON.RES. 677 Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to decontrol of certain domestic crude oil.

 

Bills and Resolutions co-sponsored 1974

 

Voting Record 1973-1974

 

NATIONAL POLITICAL

Box 62

White House 1960-1968

 

National Convention- Presidential Campaign, 1968

 

Democratic Members and Committee Assignments 91st Congress 1969

 

Democratic National Committee 1966-1969

 

Inauguration 1969

 

Presidential Messages 1971

 

White House 1970-1971

 

Democratic National Convention 1972

 

Democratic National Platform 1972

 

Humphrey Campaign Correspondence 1972

 

National Political 1968-1972

 

Presidential Messages 1972

 

White House 1972

 

Coalition for Democratic Majority 1973

 

Democratic Whip Advisories 1973

 

Monday Republican National Committee publication 1972-1973

 

National Political 93rd Congress 1973

 

Democratic National Committee 1969-1973

 

Democratic Steering Committee 1973-1974

 

Democratic Whip Advisories 1974

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INDIVIDUALS

 

Albert, Carl 1970-1974

 

Boggs, Hale 1972

 

Eagleton, Thomas 1972

 

Ford, Gerald 1970-1974

 

Humphrey, Hubert 1971-1973

 

Jackson, Henry 1972

 

McCarthy, EUGENE 1972

 

McGovern, George 1972

 

Muskie, Edmund 1968-1972

 

Nixon, Richard 1952-1962

 

Nixon, Richard 1963-1970

 

Nixon, Richard 1971-1974

 

O'Brien, Larry

 

Correspondence with members 1965, 1966, 1967, 1972

 

BOOKS

 

The Official Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention 1956

 

The Official Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention 1972

 

REAPPORTIONMENT

Box 64

California Reapportionment # 1 1967

Scope and Contents note

Contains information about the 1967 Congressional reapportionment
 

California Reapportionment # 2 1967

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Congressional District Plan (1967) and Census Tracts of the County of Los Angeles in 1960 and other reapportionment information
 

California Reapportionment # 3 1967

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on Silver vs. Reagan in 1967
 

California Reapportionment 1965-1967

Scope and Contents note

Contains census maps of 1960 and other reapportionment information
 

California Reapportionment 2 1965-1967 #

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on reapportionment during this period.
 

California Reapportionment # 3

Scope and Contents note

Contains information concerning the reapportionment of the districts in 1965 to 1967
 

Reapportionment 1967-1970

 

Reapportionment 1971

 

Reapportionment 1 1972 #

 

Reapportionment 2 1972 #

 

Reapportionment Court Suite 1972

Box 64 A

California Reapportionment 1 1973 #

 

California Reapportionment 2 1973 #

 

California Reapportionment 3 1973 #

 

Reapportionment Court Suite 1973

 

Reapportionment 1974

 

REASEARCH FILES

Box 65

Abortion 1970

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of material deals with the passage of the Abortion Bill in California and Catholic opposition to the bill.
 

Abortion 1971

 

Abortion 1973

 

Africa

Scope and Contents note

This file deals with Tshombe Emergency Committee and the Rhodesian Independence from Britain. 1967
 

Alaska Pipeline 1971

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the first hearing on the Pipeline and pro-pipeline materials.
 

Alaska Pipeline 1972

 

Alaska Pipeline 1973

 

Antiballistic Missile System

Scope and Contents note

The material is pro-ABM 1969
 

Antiballistic Missile System 2 1969 #

 

Antiballistic Missile System 3 1969 #

 

Antiballistic Missile System Debate 1969

 

Antiballistic Missile System 1971

 

Arms Control and Disarmament Committee

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, with information from 1967 and 1968
 

Asia

Scope and Contents note

Deals with Japan's Growing Role in Development Assistance and SEATO, in 1966 and 1967
 

Bank Holding Act 1969

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield voted for this bill. A copy of the bill and pro and con literature is included.
 

Bilingual Education 1969

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the effort to get HEW funding for the Los Angeles Bilingual Education Project.
 

California Canners, Cyclamates 1972-1973

 

California Earthquake

Scope and Contents note

Deals with California discontent over Government inaction following the 1971 Earthquake.
 

California Highways

Scope and Contents note

Delegation Correspondence with Reagan, 1967 and 1968
 

California Poverty Program

Scope and Contents note

Deals with OEO programs in the district between 1967 and 1969
 

California Rice

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the discontinuation of the U.S. Food Agency sending California rice to Okinawa
 

California Voting

Scope and Contents note

Report of Registration-Number of Voting Precincts for Nov.5, 1968 General Election and January 1968
 

California Water

Scope and Contents note

The file covers the desire of California to enter into a cooperative arrangement with the Atomic Energy Commission for development, design, construction and operation of a thorium seed-blanket nuclear central station to supply about 500 megawatts electrical power for the large pumps of the California Water Project. The material also deals with the entire Arizona-California controversy over water from 1964 to 1968.
 

California Welfare

Scope and Contents note

The file deals with the California Congressional Delegation opposition to Section 403 (d) of the Social Security Act, the AFDC Freeze, from 1968 and 1969
Box 66

Cambodia

Scope and Contents note

Statement of Mr. Holifield on Cambodia May 4, 1970, plus Student views toward United States Policy in Southeast Asia.
 

Campaign Spending 1974

 

Cancer 1971-1973

 

Cheli Air Force Depot

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the question of what to do with the Cheli Air Force Depot, in 1958 to 1961
 

China

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the question of Nuclear Explosions in China and U.S. policy toward Red China from 1966 to 1967
 

Civil Rights # 1

Scope and Contents note

Supreme Court Decision on prayers in public schools, 1966
 

Civil Rights # 2 Civil Rights Riots

Scope and Contents note

The deployment of Federal Troops during the Washington disturbances of April 1968, and Civil Rights Legislation of 1968, and Black Power Briefing in 1966.
 

Civil Rights # 3 Riots and Civil Disturbances

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Anti-Riot Legislation of 1967. Mr. Holifield voted against the bill
 

Civil Rights # 4 Civil Rights Information

Scope and Contents note

Deals with background material for the Civil Rights Movement and legislation up to 1968.
 

Civil Rights # 5 Civil Rights 3

Scope and Contents note

Deals with constituents opinions on housing, the People's march on Washington, the Food Stamp Act, and the 1968 Civil Rights Act, letters from 1967 and 1968.
 

Civil Rights # 6 Civil Rights 1969-1970

Scope and Contents note

Deals with Civil Rights in Education
 

Civil Rights # 7 Civil Rights 1972

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from the district in 1972. Deals with a wide scope of topics related to Civil Rights
 

Civil Rights # 8 Civil Rights Schools 1972

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from the district in 1972 relating to education and the bussing question
 

Civil Rights # 9 Civil Rights - Labor-Rhil. Plan

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Philadelphia Plan of 1969
 

Civil Rights # 10 1971

 

Colorado River

 

Commission on Population & American Future

Scope and Contents note

Literature from 1972, in three parts
 

Committee Reform 1974

 

Committee Reform Bills, Reports, etc. 1974 -

 

Committee Reorganization 1974

Box 67

Common Cause 1972

 

Common Cause 1973

 

Congress, General Information About the Capital

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on Congress, the Capital and Early American History
 

Congressional Reform

 

Congressional Reorganization Dryfoos Conference 1964

 

Conservation 1972

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Tule Elk National Wildlife Refuge and the Disney Mineral King project
 

Conservation

Scope and Contents note

National Wildlife Fed. 1973
 

Conservation

Scope and Contents note

The Lower Colorado River Project. A summary of all proposals on this project 1965
 

Crime 1970

Scope and Contents note

This file deals with the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970 and Law Enforcement Amendments.
 

Crime 1972

Scope and Contents note

The file contai­ns correspondence from the district on crime and the prison system
 

Crime Legislation-Judiciary

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the 1967 Anti-Crime Package, plus other crime legislation from 1965 to 1968
 

Crime,

Scope and Contents note

Deals with No-Knock and a number of research papers on the subject of crime.
 

Cuba

Scope and Contents note

U.S. Attitudes toward Cuba from 1962 to 1966, plus the testimony of Juanita Castro Ruiz
 

Democratic Study Group Research Memoranda 1969-1970

 

Democratic Study Group 1966-1970

 

Discontinued Programs 1973

 

District of Columbia Reorganization

Scope and Contents note

deals with the 1967 President's Plan for Reorganization in the District.
 

District of Columbia Reorganization Statements in Record for 8-3-67, 8-8-67, 8-9-67

 

District of Columbia

Scope and Contents note

Additional information on the Presdent's Plan for Reorganization 1967
 

Draft

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the draft question from 1946 to 1972. The topics cover the question of drafting 18-19 year olds in 1946 to the question of Amnesty in 1972. Mr. Holifield supported the draft.
 

Drugs 1969

Scope and Contents note

Information of Drug Use
 

Drugs 1969

Scope and Contents note

Releases of vary organizations on the drug problem.
 

Drugs 1972

Scope and Contents note

In correspondence file.
Box 68

Economic and Youth Opportunity Agency 1971

Scope and Contents note

Review of Selected Contracts of the Economic and Youth Opportunities Agency of Greater Los Angeles, California, and the Veterans Economic and Training Service Program. Mr. Holifield requested a through Federal Audit of the Program.
 

Economic and Youth Opportunity Agency 1971-1972

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the problems of the EYOA program in Los Angeles, mainly budget items.
 

Economy 1974

 

Education

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Quie Amendment to the Elementary & Secondary Education Act 1967. Also, the question of aid to non-public education. Mr. Holifield opposed aid.
 

Education 1970

Scope and Contents note

Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments of 1969 and the move to override the Nixon Veto of the 1971 Appropriations Bill for the Office of Education and the HUD and Independent Agencies Appropriations Bill. Mr. Holifield voted to override the veto but the measure failed.
 

El Paso Natural Gas Company

Scope and Contents note

Regarding the Court ordered divestiture of El Paso Natural Gas Company of the assests of Pacific Northwest Pipeline Company in 1971
 

Electoral College Reform

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield supported the Direct Election Plan, in his Floor Speech in 1969
 

Electoral Reform

Scope and Contents note

Additional information on the varying proposals on changes in the election of the President.
 

Electronic Voting Devices

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield supported the installation of an electrical vote recording system for the House of Representatives.
 

Energy Crisis 1973

 

Energy Crisis-Plastics Industry

 

Energy 1974

 

Energy Crisis 1974

 

Energy Crisis 2 1974 #

 

Environment 1971

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the development of an Environment Study of Southern California. Also, Mr. Holified co-sponsored a bill establishing a Joint Committee on the Environment.
 

Environmental Lobby 1974

 

Extension of the Capitol

 

Federal Spending

Scope and Contents note

Information on H. R. 10909 - amending the Federal National Mortgage Association Charter Act. And general information on Federal Spending 1967
 

Foreign Affairs 1972

 

Foreign Affairs 1973

 

Foreign Aid

Scope and Contents note

Deals with general foreign policy and Aid from 1962 to 1968. Several bills are included from this period.
 

Foreign Policy

Scope and Contents note

Statement of Edwin O. Reischauer at the Hearing of the Sub-Committtee of Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on February 29, 1968.
 

Foreign Affairs Legislation

 

Forest Fire Tanker Planes

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the forest Fire Tankers role in the California Fire in 1970
Box 69

Gun Control 1967-1968

 

Gun Control 1969

 

Gun Control 1971

 

Gun Control 1972

 

Housing

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1966, and Rest Supplement Assistance to the Elderly.
 

Housing 1970

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield voted to override the President's veto of the 1971 HUD Appropriations bill (H. R. 17548) and the 1971 Veto Message of the President on August 13, 1971
 

Housing and Urban Development 1972

 

House Office Building

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Rayburn Building
 

Illegal Aliens

 

Immigration & Nationality

 

Impeachment 1973

 

Impeachment 1973

 

Impeachment

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence A-R
 

Impeachment

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence S-Z
 

Impeachment Anti (Pro-Nixon)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence A-L
 

Impeachment Anti (Pro-Nixon)

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence H-Z
 

Import Quotas

Scope and Contents note

Mr Holifield opposed the Byres Amendment. The H. R. 11578 bill is discussed
 

Impounded Funds 1973

 

Impounded Funds 1974

 

Inflation 1973

 

INtern Program

Box 70

Israel

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the 1967 dinner given in honor of Mr. Holifield, and information dealing with U.S. - Israeli relations in 1968
 

Israel

Scope and Contents note

Contains Policy Background on U.S. - Israeli relations from 1967 to 1970
 

Israel Bonds

Scope and Contents note

Further information on the 1967 dinner and Jewish affairs
 

Israel - 1968

 

Israel 1971

 

Israel 1972

 

Israel 1973

 

Israel 1974

 

Jack Anderson Column (Media) 4-11-72

 

Labor 1971

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on H.R. 1746, a bill to further promote equal employment opportunities for American workers. Plus, a copy of the Taft-Hartly Act.
 

Labor 1972

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on H.R. 12006, provisions of S. 3262 and a draft of Food Stamps for Strikers. Mr Holifield.
 

Labor (Strike) 1972

Scope and Contents note

Dock strike House Bills and Senage Bill which was passed on Feb. 23, 1972. Also, the AFL-CIO case against the Administrations Emergency Strike bill in testimony before the Senate Labor Committee on April 18, 1972.
 

Labor - California

Scope and Contents note

Labor Unions 1965-1966. Deals with the Pacific Coast Strike by IBEW in 1966
 

Labor 1973

 

Left Wing 1973

 

Legal Services Corporation 1973

 

Library Service Construction Act

Scope and Contents note

Deals with H.R. 19363, which amends the Library Services and Construction Act in 1970. Mr. Holifield opposed the present Administration's attempt to curtail the many great services provoded by the Library Services and Construction Act.
 

Lockheed

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Emergency Loan Guarantee Act of 1971, which Mr. Holifield supported
 

Media 1973

 

Medi-Care 1965 - 1968

Scope and Contents note

Information about Medi-Care
 

Mexican American Affairs 1968

Scope and Contents note

Contains information sent by the Inter-Agency on Mexican affairs
 

Mexican Americans Legislative Info. File 1

Scope and Contents note

Contains a Special Report on Mexican-American Education and information from the Mexican American Political Assosication in 1967 and 1968
 

Mexican American Legislative Info. File 2

Scope and Contents note

Contains Resolutions of Mexican-American and Spanish-Speaking Legislative Conference in 1967 and the question of the number of Mexican Americans in the Post Office System. The information (general) deals with 1966 to 1968.
 

Mexican American Affairs 1969

 

Mexican Americans

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the New Careers Programs in 1970. Also general information on Mexican Americans in 1970-1971
 

Mexican American Affairs 1972

 

Mexican Americans 1971-1972

 

Mexican Americans 1972-1973

Box 71

MIDDLE East

Scope and Contents note

Information about the Middle East Crisis of 1967.
 

Middle East Crisis

Scope and Contents note

More information on the Middle East Situation and a memorandum on the Record of Chet Holifield's Support of Israel and a speech given on the 19th Anniversary of the establishment of Israel.
 

MIVR 1969

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on Mirv, as well as Mr. Holifield's statement against stopping Mirv tests.
 

Ralph Nader - California Water

 

Nader Congress Project

 

Ralph Nader-General

 

Ralph Nader - Consumer STudy Group

 

Ralph Nader 1972

 

Ralph Nader 1973

 

Ralph Nader 1974

 

National Aeronautics and Spa ce Administration

Scope and Contents note

Contains a press release of Mr. Holifield titled Avoidance of Defense-NASA Duplication Urged, (1966), and information on H.R. 10300 in 1967 and other NASA information from 1965 to 1967
 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration # 2

 

News Reporter Priviledge

 

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Scope and Contents note

Contains a speech by Mr. Holifield, should NATO be re-evaluated?, also deals with the Nato crisis in 1966 and the role of atomic weapons in the Nato defense force.
 

Oil

Scope and Contents note

Deals with Natural Gas supply as of 1969, the Future Gas Requirements of the United States and the 1969 Annual Financial Analysis of a Group of Petroleum Companies; plus, a White House Announcement on gas imports in 1970
 

Pages 1974

 

Patents & Copyrights

Scope and Contents note

Deals with major patent law controversies--the 1966 Patent Bill sponsored by Long, with remarks by Mr. Holifield. Also, information on H.R. 4347, a Copyright Bill which would have restricted schools from copying copyrighted materials. (1965) The information is from 1961-1966.
 

Peach Corps

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Congressional Record of 1961 (9-14) on the Peace Corps and a questionnaire for the Corps
 

Peace Lobby 1970-1971

 

Peace Lobby 1972

 

Peripheral Canal

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the water problems of California. Enclosed is the remarks of Mr. Holified on the subject of water. Plus a copy of A Preliminary STudy of the Effects of Water Circulation in the San Francisco Bay Estuary.
 

Peripheral Canal 1971

 

Peripheral Canal 1972

Box 72

Pollution

Scope and Contents note

Copies of Holifield speeches with reference to Air Pollution 1965-1967
 

Pollution 1965-1968

 

Air Pollution Public Health and Welfare 1966-1968

 

Pollution 1969

 

Air Pollution 1969

 

Automobile Smog Suit 1969

 

Power Generation - Pollution 1969

 

Pollution 1970

 

Pollution 2 1970 #

 

Pollution 3 1970 #

 

Air Pollution 1970

 

Clean Air Act 1970

 

Noise Pollution 1968-1970

 

Pesticides - Insecticides 1969-1970

 

Water Pollution 1969-1970

 

Pollution 1971

 

Air Pollution 1971

 

Bay Area Pollution 1971

Box 73

California Clean Environment Act 1970-1971

 

Oil Pollution Santa Barbara 1971

 

Pendleton Beach 1970-1971

 

Water Pollution 1971

 

Pollution 1972

 

Air Pollution 1972

 

Water Pollution 1972

 

Pollution, Water, Water Control Bill 11896 1972

 

Pollution 1973

 

Pollution, Air 1973

 

Pollution, Insecticides- Pesticides 1973

 

Population Control

Scope and Contents note

Contains the remarks of Mr. Holifield concerning H.R. 15165 to establish a Commission on Population Growth and the American Future.
 

Pornography 1970

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Debate on Pornography of Jan. 22, and Apri 28, 1970, plus the Report of the Keating Commission on Obscenity and Pornography
 

Postal Reform

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Postal Reorganization and Salary Adjustment Act of 1970
 

Poverty

Scope and Contents note

Deals with a $1,852,058 federal grant to finance a summer school, recreation and training program in Los Angeles. (1966)
 

Poverty 1964-1967

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the War on Poverty from 1964 to 1967. (The Economic Opportunity Act of 1964), plus, a sub-file on El Rancho High School and Joe V.McClain,
 

Powell, Adam Clayton - Leg. Info.

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield voted to seat Powell. Deals with the entire Powell controversy.
 

Prayer Amendment 1971

 

Presidential Inability

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the period from 1963 to 1965 on the topic of Presidential inability.
 

Public Health and Welfare

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Air Quality Act of 1967
 

Rail Pax

Scope and Contents note

Deals with H.R. 18212, to amend the Interstate Commerce Act, to authorize a study of essential railroad passenger service by the Secretary of Transportation.
 

Railroads

Scope and Contents note

Deals with H.J. Res. 559 and H.J.Res. 585 Railroad Strike Legislation. Discusses the problem of Mediation vs. Arbitration.
 

Railroads 1973

 

Railroads 1974

Box 74

Rapid Transit 1966

 

Rapid Transit 1969

 

Rapid Transit

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the California T9-1 grant to the Southern California Rapid Transit District.
 

Religious Freedom, 1972

 

Retail Clerks International Association 1969

Scope and Contents note

The investigation of the Retail Clerks International election for International officers by the Labor Department.
 

Revenue Sharing 1970

Scope and Contents note

Information on Revenue Sharing from the Congressional Record, the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, and the American Enterprise Institute.
 

Revenue Sharing Statements Pro and Con 1971

Scope and Contents note

Contains information both pro and con on the issue
 

General REvenue Sharing H.R. 4187 Jan - March 1971

Scope and Contents note

A bill to restore balance in the Federal system of government in the United States; to provide the flexibility and resources for State and local government officials to exercise leadership in solving their own problems
 

General Revenue Sharing April-June 1971

Scope and Contents note

A number of News from National Citizens Committee for Revenue Sharing and other information on Revenue Sharing
 

General Revenue Sharing July-Dec. 1971

 

Revenue Sharing Statement

Scope and Contents note

Contains the statement of Mr. Holifield against the revenue sharing bill, made on March of 1971
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Education

Scope and Contents note

The President's proposals for sharing federal revenue with the states could reopen the national debate on private school's aid issue
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Oversll Descriptive

Scope and Contents note

Contains questions about loopholes in the plan.
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Manpower Revenue Sharing

Scope and Contents note

Contains information about Special Revenue sharing for manpower training and employment programs
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Law Enforcement

Scope and Contents note

Contains some information on the Proposed Law Enforcement Revenue Act of 1971
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Rural Community Development

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the Rural Community Development Sharing Act of 1971
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Transportation

Scope and Contents note

Contains a legislative analysis of the bill, proposed in 1971, plus other related information.
 

Special Revenue Sharing - Urban Community Development

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Information Bulletin of the Housing Council of Metropolitan Los Angeles, the White House and the Democratic National Committee
 

Revenue Sharing 1972

 

Revenue Sharing 1973

 

Revenue Sharing 1974

 

Rhodesian Chrome 1974

 

Right Wing Groups 1953-1966

 

Right Wing

Scope and Contents note

Contains Group Research Report from Jan, 1967 to Dec. 1968
 

Riots

Scope and Contents note

Riots and Civil Disturbances 1970. Contained information about the Riot in East Los Angeles in 1970, in which Ruben Salazar was killed.
 

ROMEX (LA-HUD bg. Code)

Box 75

Salaries- Executive, Legislative, and Judicial

 

SALT-ABM Treaty & Offensive Agreement

 

Savings and Loan 1966

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the AMendment to H.R. 17255, the Patman Amendment.
 

Savings and Loan 2 1966 #

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the bill H.R. 16639[UNK}, which dealt with increasing the FNMA's secondary market borrowing authority.
 

Savings and Loan 1967

Scope and Contents note

Deals with H.R. 8696, to amend section of the National Housing Act to provide for the regulation of savings and loan holding companies and subsidiary companies.
 

Selective Service System 1966

Scope and Contents note

Contains the remarks of Mr. Holifield before the House on June 28, 1966.
 

Selective Service 1966-1967

Scope and Contents note

Deals with student deferments and the Downey Draft Board.
 

Selective Service 1967 and 1968

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on draft legislation
 

Selective Service 1971

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the House Armed Services Committee's Hearings on proposals to extend the draft and to create an all-volunteer army.
 

Senior Citizens 1971-1972

 

Seniro Citizens 1974

 

Social Security

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Amendments to the 1969 Social Security Act and other information
 

Social Security

Scope and Contents note

Contains the statement of Mr. Holifield on the Social Security Amendments of 1967
 

Social Security 1973

 

Social Security 1974

 

Soviet Union

Scope and Contents note

Contains General remarks on Soviet Society from a 1957 trip and information about Berlin and GErman treaty.
 

Space

Scope and Contents note

Contains information about the Moon Race in 1963. Mr. Holifield felt that the money could have been better spent in other areas such as housing
 

Space Shuttle Program

 

Space Shuttle Program 1973

 

Speech Material 1969

 

Speech Material 1970

Box 76

SST 1969

Scope and Contents note

Contains more on the SST question both pro and con
 

SST 1970

Scope and Contents note

Contains the Hearings on May 7 through 12, 1970 on the Supersonic Transport Development
 

SST 1971

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the SST economic inpact on California as well as pro and con information.
 

Steel Imports

Scope and Contents note

Contains information about steel imports. Its concern is mainly the U.S. trade surplus in steel in 1968
 

Subversive Activities

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the SACB bill and the Freedom Academy in 1967
 

Supreme Court 1967-1972

 

Supreme Court 1974

 

Surtax 1968

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the tax surcharge/spending cut bill
 

Tax Reform

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield desired an increase in the personal income tax exemption as the most equitable method of granting tax relief
 

Taxes 1974

 

Trans Canada Pipeline

 

Truth-in-Lending

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the 1968 bill for a strong Consumer Credit Protection Law
 

Un-American Activities

Scope and Contents note

Deals with H.R. 950, which would amend the Internal Security Act of 1950 concerning personnel security procedures in the National Security Agency. Mr. Holifield urged the defeat of the bill. 1963 Other information deals with the security from 1963 to 1967
 

Unemployment Compensation

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Unemployment Insurance Amendments of 1966 and pending Amendments to Federal-State Unemployment Compensation System (H.R. 15119)
 

Unemployment

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the Department of Labor's HUD/DOL pilot program concerning scientists and engineers 1971
 

Unemployment Emergency Employment Act 1971

Scope and Contents note

Contains information on the Emergency Employment Act. Section Six funds.
 

United Nations

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the United Nation's financial situation in 1966 and the Bond issue
 

United Nations

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the 1971 U.N. action concerning theadmittance of Red China to the UN and the rejection of Taiwan. 1971
 

Veterans 1974

 

Vice-Presidential Confirmation

 

VIETNAM

 

1966

 

McDonald, Pfc, Sammy Lee

Scope and Contents note

Deals with a 1966 case concerning this young marine whose Mother wanted him to be returned home from Vietnam
 

Vietnam

Scope and Contents note

Contains correspondence from the district concerning the war in 1966
 

1967

 

Ministers Meeting on Vietnam

Scope and Contents note

Contains information concerning Whittier and District Minister's views on the Vietnam War (anti)
 

Mr. Holifield

Scope and Contents note

Contains speeches and press releases of Mr. Holifield from 1965 to 1967 and supplement material
 

1968

 

Holifield Trip to Vietnam

Scope and Contents note

Itinerary for Mr. Holifield taken in Jan. of 1968
A notebook of pictures from the trip
An envelop full of pictures of Viet Cong Terorist activities
 

Vietnam Correspondence

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from the district on the war and Holifield's replys
Box 77

1969

 

Congressional

Scope and Contents note

Contains information about Congressional stands on Vietnam from 1966 to 1969
 

Presidential

Scope and Contents note

contains information from 1964 to 1969 on presidential stands on Vietnam
 

1970

 

Protests

Scope and Contents note

Contains information from 1965 to 1970- also correspondence on the war and pamphlets
 

Editorials

Scope and Contents note

Editorials from 1967 to 1970
 

Miscellaneous Publication

Scope and Contents note

Contains publications from 1967 to 1970
 

Prisoners of War

Scope and Contents note

Contains information from 1969 and 1970 on the prisoners of war question
 

1971

 

Vietnam 1971

Scope and Contents note

Contains information from 1970 and 1971 on the Vietnam Conflict
 

1972

 

Administration

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the administrations view of the war from 1967 to 1972
 

Articles

Scope and Contents note

An assortment of magazine articles 1972
 

BEM (Business Executives Move for Peace in Vietnam)

Scope and Contents note

Mr. Holifield wanted the group checked to see how many of the businesses had federal contracts
 

Clippings # 1

Scope and Contents note

A number of newspaper clippings 1972
 

Clippings # 2

Scope and Contents note

A number of clippings from 1972
 

Congressional Information # 1

 

Congressional Information # 2

 

Congressional Information # 3

Scope and Contents note

These files contain background information on the Vietnam conflict plus floor statements and colleque letters
 

Hamilton-Whelan Amendment, etc

Scope and Contents note

Deals with this amendment, plus the Diggs Amendment.
 

Set-The-Date Campaign

Scope and Contents note

Contains the newspaper adds printed by the Set-The-Date Committee
 

Vietnam

Scope and Contents note

Contains correspondence from 1970 to 1972 on the war.
 

Vietnam 1972

Scope and Contents note

Contains information and clippings on the conflict from 1966 to 1972
Box 78

Vietnam 1972

Scope and Contents note

Contains the correspondence from the district concerning the War
 

1973

 

Vietnam 1973

 

1974

 

Vietnam 1974

 

Voting Age

Scope and Contents note

Deals with the 1970 movement to lower the voting age to 18 years of age
 

War-Making Power

 

Watergate 1974

 

Welfare 1970

Scope and Contents note

Deals with revamping the Welfare System, plus, H.R, 14173 to authorize a family assistance plan
 

Welfare 1970

Scope and Contents note

Contains the President's Proposals for Welfare reform (1969), the final report of the California Counties Welfare Modernization Task Force, and the transcript of a Special Briefing on Welfare.
 

Welfare 1971

Scope and Contents note

Deals with welfare reforms and its flaws.
 

RESEARCH STATISTICAL, MISCELLANEOUS

 

Business Statistics

 

California Indians Statistics

 

California Statistics

 

Consumer Statistics

 

Crime Statistics

 

Economic Statistics

 

Education Statistics

 

Foreign Aid - Military Assist Statistics

 

Foreign Aid Statistics

 

Imports/Exports Statistics

 

Labor Statistics

 

Mexican-Americans

 

Opinion Polls

 

Political Statistics

 

19th Congressional District Statistics

 

Population Control Statistics

 

Public Health Statistics

 

Railroad Statistics

 

Reapportionment Statistics

 

Research & Development Statistics

 

Revenue Sharing Statistics

 

Social Security Statistics

 

Transportation Statistics

 

Veterans Statistics

 

Women (Status of...)

 

SPEECHES, STATEMENTS, AND PRESS RELEASES

 

General 1943-1970

Box 79

1943

 

Speech - Floor, Unity for Victory April 2

 

Statement, Re: Goodwin B. Watson Case May 11

 

1944

 

Speech - Floor, In the Midst of War Prepare for a Just and Lasting Peace. June 6

 

1945

 

Speech - Floor, Wallace's Blue-print for the Future February 16 and March 20

 

Diary of Trip to Europe from Notes of Chet Holifield June

 

1946

 

Speech- Floor, The Crisis in Men's Clothing February 19

 

Speech - Floor, Views and Votes on Important Issues April 18

 

Speech - Floor, Will Labor Assume the Responsibilities of Maturity? May 31

 

1947

 

Speech - Floor, An Immediate Wage Increaserfor Federal Employees is Nesessary May 1

 

Speech - Floor, Are We Ready to Junk the United Nations by Denying it the Chance to Grow with its Responsibilities? May 9

 

Speech - Floor, Smearing the Scientists: Attempt to Discredit Civilian-Atomic Energy Control July 22

 

1948

 

Speech, The Truth About National Affairs Undated

 

Press Release, Re: Inspection Trip of U.S. Atomic Energy Installations Undated

 

Speech, Inflation--Civil Liberties Undated

 

Speech, Russia and Strengthening the United Nations Undated

 

Speech, Railroad Crews Undated

 

Speech - Floor, The Authority of the United Nations in the Palestine Edict Must Be Implemented January 29

 

Speech, The Present Crisis in Civil Liberties March 11

 

Speech -Floor, Denouncing Reversal of Palestine Partition Policy March 22

 

Speech -Floor Marshall Plan Imperative -- United Nations Must Be Strengthened March 25

 

Speech - Floor, Imperative that Federal Pay Raise Bill Be Reported for Final Legislative Action April 30

 

Speech -Floor Protection of Labor Rights is the Basic Foundation of Prosperity June 11

 

Speech -Floor, The Need for a National Old-Age Pension June 14

 

Statement -Floor, Aged and Blind Aid Constitutional Amendment is California's Answer to Crisis Now Facing Needy Aged and Blind Pensioners June 18

 

Press Release, Pre-Election Statement November 2

 

1949

 

Speech -Floor, Re: Harry Truman January 5

 

Speech- Floor, Re: Frank Havenner January 17

 

Speech -Floor, Steady Long Range Aircraft Program Essential to Keep Skilled Workers and to Maintain Production Efficiency' January 27

 

Speech -Floor, Re: FBI Investigation of Loyalty of Federal Employees Fedruary 7

 

Speech -Floor, Re: Trial of Cardinal Mindszenty February 9

 

Speech -Floor Re: National Citizens Conference on Civil Rights February 10

 

Speech -Floor, Atomic Warfare Leaves Mankind No Place to Hide February 24

 

Speech - WOL, Mutual Newsreel of the Air--Atomic Bombs February 25

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Rent Control Bill March 15

 

Statement, Rehabilitation of Germany April 7

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Economic Cooperation Administration April 12

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Opposition to Wood Bill April 27

 

Speech--SAM Meeting, RE: Improving Government Management June 4

 

Speech--Floor, Congress Should Investigate Failure to End German Cartels by Military Occupation Authorities June 20

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Extension of F.H.A. Home Loan Provisions June 29

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Air Groups July 22

 

Interview--NBC, Re: Pro and Con--Change Recommended by Hoover Commission August 5

 

Statement--Floor, Election of Roybol--Democracy at Work August 9

 

Broadcast--Bert Andres Program, Re: First Russian Atomic Explosion October 1

 

Statement-Floor, Return of Hitlerism October 10

 

Speech--S.A.M. Round Table on Federal Property and Administrative Services, The Philosophy of Congress in Setting up the GSA October 11

 

Statement--Floor, Legislation and Plans Relating to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of The Government Approved by the Eighty-First Congress, First Session, 1949 October 18

 

1950

 

Testimonial for Congressman Richard Bolling Undated

 

Speech, Rule on Lodge-Gosset Amendment to Constitution Undated

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Government Reorganization Undated

 

Speech, 81st is Hard-Working Congress Undated

 

Speech, Civilian Defense Undated

 

Panel Discussion, Re: These Great Americans--FDR January 15

 

Speech--Floor, Can World Peace Be Attained in the Shadow of the H-Bomb? February 9

 

Speech--Floor, California Progess Depends on Colorado River Water March 28

 

Statement--House, Holifield Attacks Waste and Red Tape in Government April 4

 

Speech--Testimonial Dinner for Congressman Andrew J. Biemille April 29

 

Speech--Floor, California Repudiates Columbia River Diversio Plan; Fights for Legal Rights to Colorado River Water August 23

 

Statement--House, Hysteria in the United States September 23

 

1951

 

Speech, Legislation for Emergency Reorganization of the Executive Branch Undated

 

Speech--Floor, Survival in the ATomic-Hydrogen AGe Undated

 

Speech, Re: U.N. Victory in Korea Undated

 

Speech--Eastern Conference of Japanese American Citizens League Undated

 

Speech, Legislation for Emergency Reorganization of the Executive Branch Undated

 

Questions and Answers on Atomic Energy Program, Can Atom Secrets Be Kept? Undated

 

Speech--Floor, Clemency for Nazi War Criminals February 1

 

Suggested Interview for Radio Program, Re: Atomic Energy March 5

 

Press Release, Removal of General MacArthur April 18

 

Speech--Los Angeles Jackson-Jefferson Dinner, Tribute to Senator Paul Douglas April 23

 

Speech, Re: Food Grains for India May 23

 

Interview, Fighting Inflation June 6

 

Speech--Opening of Long Beach Exposition June 20

 

1952

 

Speech, Re: Universal Military Training Undated

 

Broadcast delivered by Holifield and Hinshaw, Re: Atomic Energy Undated

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Economy and Efficiency in Government January 30

 

Statement--Floor, Something New in Government Personnel Administration February 5

 

Speech--AEC Meeting, Economy and Efficiency in Government March 18

 

Speech--Floor, Disposal of Government Surplus Property May 13

 

1953

 

Speech, Re: Reorganization Plan # 1 of 1953 Undated

 

Notes on African Trip Undated

 

Speech, Professional Ex-Communist Informers Undated

 

Speech, Republican Pledges--and Hedges Undated

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Reorganization by Presidential Plan Undated

 

Speech--Floor, Attempts to Amend the 1949 Legislative Reorganization Act February 3

 

Speech, Should Congress Investigate Communism in Colleges February 12

 

Speech--Floor, Federally Sponsored Road System February 25

 

Speech--Howard University, The Rights and Obligations of The College and University Faculty Member March 13

 

Speech--Democratic Women's Forum, Re: Republican Administration's Record March 27

 

Speech--Floor, Chronological Facts Regarding Low Rent Program of L.A. Housing Authority April 22

 

Speech--Floor, Atomic Energy and Private Enterprise JUne 1

 

Press Release, Re: Moves to Change the Atomic Energy Act June 1

 

Speech--Floor, Are We Ready to Give the Atom to Private Enterprise? June 10

 

Speech--Floor, Atomic Energy Commission Proposals on Atomic Power June 22

 

Speech--Floor, What is the Administration's Foreign Policy in the Middle East? July 28

 

Speech--Floor, Atomic Power Development July 29

 

Speech--Floor, Republican Attacks on Social Security July 30

 

Speech--Floor, Legislation Needed to Correct Mexican-American Immigration Problem July 31

 

Speech--National Industrial Conference Board Meeting, Re: Atomic Energy Act Changes October 29

 

Speech--Montebello High School, Armistice Day--November 11, 1918 November 12

 

Speech--Federation of American Scientists, Re: Atomic Energy Give-Away November 17

 

Speech--Democratic Work Shop, Re: Atomic Energy December 12

 

1954

 

Speech, Public Power Undated

 

Press Release, Re: Social Security January 7

 

Speech--National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn., The Hope of Electric Power from Atomic Energy January 13

 

Press Release, The Hope of Electric Power from Atomic Energy January 13

 

Press Release, Re: Social Insurance System January 13

 

Statement--Floor, Toward Atomic AGreement January 18

 

Press Release, Re: Telegram to President--Emergency Food Supplies February 8

 

Speech--United Rubber Workers, The Republican Record February 21

 

Press Release, Re: Atomic Energy Patents March 1

 

Speech--Floor, Legislative Tasks Ahead March 2

 

Press Release, Re: Kwajalein Island Investigation March 18

 

Speech--Floor, Tell the People the Facts About the ATomic-Hydrogen Weapons March 29

 

Speech, Survival March 29

 

Press Release, Re: Civil Defense March 30

 

Broadcast--CBS Man of the Week, Re: Atomic Bomb Tests April 11

 

Speech--Floor, Power of 1952 Model Hydrogen Bomb April 12

 

Press Release, Re: Civilian Defense Agency April 12

 

Press Release, Re: Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer April 13

 

Press Release, Re: Atomic Energy Bill April 20

 

Speech--United World Federalists, The H-Bomb and Foreign Policy May 10

 

Speech--Institute of World Oranization, Foreign Policy and H-Bomb Retaliation May 11

 

Speech--Women's National Democratic Club, Foreign Policy and H-Bomb Retaliation May 13

 

Statement, Re: ATomic Energy Bill June 4

 

Press Release, Holifield Requests Securities and Exchange Commission Investigation of Dixon-Yates Propsal June 22

 

Speech--Floor, Analysis of Dixon-Yates Proposal July 8

 

Speech -Not given- Protection of the Public Interest in Atomic Produced Electric Power Jule 13

 

Speech--House, The Atomic Pool is Empty July 21

 

Speech--Floor, The Dixon-Yates Contract JUly 21

 

Press Release, Holifield and Price Oppose Conference Bill on Atomic Energy August 9

 

Statement of Melvin Price and Chet Holifield, Re Atomic Energy Legislation August 9

 

Speech--Floor, Will Atomic Energy Serve or Destroy Humanity? August 20

 

Press Release, Holifield Asks Full Inquiry on Dixon-Yates Contract September 22

 

Speech--Industrial Organization Delegates, Political Action by Labor November 18

 

1955

 

Speech--Democratic Club for 10th District of Virginia, The Challegne of Atomic Energy January 18

 

Press Release, Contingency Delcaration of War? January 25

 

Speech--National Security Commission of the American Legion, Civilian Defense--A Federal Obligation in the Atomic-Hydrogen Age January 29

 

Speech--Floor, Cancel Dixon-Yates Contract and Restore Unity To the A.E.C. February 14

 

Statement, Dissent and Separate Views of Commissioner Holifield on Hoover Commission Report on Medical Services February 28

 

Statement--Dissent and Separate Statement of Commissioner Holifield on Hoover Commission Report on Lending Agencies March 14

 

Press Release, Civilian Defense March 30

 

Press Release, Re: G.A.O. Report on Ebasco Fiasco April 1

 

Statement, Dissent and Separate Statement of Commissioner Holifield on Hoover Commission's Report on Transportation April 4

 

Speech--Federation of American Scientists, Survival in the Atomic-Hydrogen Age April 28

 

Speech--American Public Power Association, Public Agencies and Atomic Power May 5

 

Press Release, Dissent and Separate Statement of Commissioner Holifield on Hoover Commission Report on Business Enterprises May 16

 

Speech-Floor, Re: Civilian Defense May 19

 

Press Release, Re: Common System of Air Navigation May 25

 

Press Release, Re: Hoover Commission Report on Overseas Economic Operations June 6

 

Press Release, Administration has Woefully Failed the American People in Civil Defense June 15

 

Press Release, Re: Hoover Commission Report on Business Organization of Department of Defense June 27

 

Speech--Floor, Attempted Concealment of Dissenting Views on Water Resources and Power Report of the Hoover Commission June 29

 

Press Release Re: Hoover Commission Report on Water Resources and Power June 30

 

Speech--Welcome Home Luncheon in Los Angeles August 31

 

Speech--Town Hall Luncheon Meeting, Report on the World Atomic Energy Congerence September 13

 

Speech-Democratic Luncheon Club, A Constructive Program for Unified Political Action September 29

 

Speech--Democratic Central Committee, Democratic Responsibility to the American People November 6

 

Speech--L.A. Area Council of the National Federation of Federal Employees, Re: Civil Service November 11

 

1956

 

Speech--Floor, An Important Contradiction January 23

 

Speech--L.A. Chamber of Commerce, Consultants and the Federal Government June 1

 

Speech--American Medical Association, Congress Looks at Civil Defense June 9

 

Speech--Floor, Atomic Energy Commission Proposals on Atomic Power June 22

 

Press Release, The United States Must Lead in Atomic Power Development July 17

 

Press Release, Speech of Chet Holifield on Floor Re: Atomic Energy July 25

 

Press Release, Holifield Subcommittee Issues Civil Defense Report July 26

 

Speech--Floor, Holifield Bill for Peacetime Atomic Power July 27

 

Speech--Floor, A Report to the People by Honorable Chet Holifield, of California July 27

 

Speech--Floor, Civil Defense for National Survival--Report of the Holifield Subcommittee July 27

 

Press Release, Re: Issuance of Construction Permit for Reactor at Monroe, Michigan August 4

 

Speech--National Security Commission of the American Legion, Civil Defense for National Survival September 1

 

Speech--U.S. Civil Defense Council 5th Annual Conference, Our Make-Believe Civil Defense October 10

 

Speech--County Medical Societies Civil Defense Conference, Congressional Report on Civil Defense November 10

 

Statement--Re: Civil Defense January 31

 

Press Release, Why Should the Public Suffer for a Favored Few? February 29

 

Broadcast, Survival April 4

Box 80

1957

 

Press Release, Federal REsponsibility for Civil Defense Called for Today in House January 7

 

Speech--Army War College, A New Concept of Civil Defense January 17

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Middle East Resolution January 29

 

Speech--Women's Forum on National Security, America's Imperative Need for an Adequate Civil Defense February 7

 

Speech--AFL-CIO Conference, Radiation Hazards and the Public Interest February 27

 

Statement on Legislation to Provide for Survivors of Federal Employees Who Die or Leave the Service Prior to Completion of Five Years of Federal Service March 6

 

Speech--Industrial College of Armed Forces, Toward a New Concept of Civil Defense March 8

 

Speech-- The Civil Defense Work of the House Military Operations Subcommittee April 16

 

Statement on the Introduction of a Bill Providing Health Benefits to Federal Employees April 18

 

Speech--Town Hall Luncheon, LA, California, Survival in the Atomic Hydrogen Age April 23

 

Speech--Industrial Civil Defense Seminar, Re: Civil Defense May 16

 

Speech--National Medical Civil Defense Conference, Civil Defense--a Program of Federal Responsibility June 1

 

Speech--Floor, Radiation Hazards in War and Peace June 28

 

Speech--Floor, Disarmament 1957 July 11

 

Press Release, Disarmament 1957 July 11

 

Speech--Floor, Proposed Amendments to the Civil Defense Act of 1950 July 15

 

Speech--Floor, Proposed Amendments to the Civil Defense Act of 1950 July 30

 

Press Release, Re: Atomic Energy Bill July 30

 

Speech--Floor, Review of the Atomic Energy Program and the Latest Authorization Bill (H.R. 8996) August 5

 

Speech--Philadelphia Civil Defense Council, Where We Stand on Civil Defense September 18

 

Observations on Russian Trip November

 

Speech--Jewish Welfare Board, Re: Foreign Policy Issues November 2

 

Speech--Van Nuys HIgh School, Re: Effects of Nuclear War November 3

 

Speech before various California groups, Anxieties of the Atomic Age November 29

 

Press Release, Re: Shippingport, Pa. Atomic Reactor December 18

 

Speech-American Association for Advancement of Science, Legal and Political Implications of Low Level Radiation December 30

 

1958

 

Statement, Re: President Eisenhower's State of the Union Message January 9

 

Speech--Floor, Meeting the Soviet Challenge January 16

 

Article--Western World, Revolution in Concepts of Naval Warfare is Dooming Aircraft Carrier February 12

 

Press Release, Re: Administration-Sponsored Amendment to ATomic Energy Act March 3

 

Press Release, Re: Detection of Underground Nuclear Detonation March 12

 

Speech--Nationwide Insurance Company Advisory Committee Will Man Adapt His Political and Social Concepts to the Challenge of Scientific Technologies? March 20

 

Press Release, Re: Legislation regarding Distribution of ATomic-Hydrogen Weapons March 27

 

Interview--Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Re: Civil Defense Shelters April

 

Speech, Re: Tribute to Congressman Saund April 12

 

Speech--Floor, Science--Foreign Policy and McKinleyism April 24

 

Speech--National Association of County Officials, Where We Stand on Civil Defense April 28

 

Speech--Industrial College of the Armed Forces, The Congressional Point of View on Civil Defense May 19

 

Speech--Consumers Atomic Power Project Dedication, Regaining the Initiative in Atomic Power June 28

 

Speech--Floor, Federal Civil Defense Shelter Policy July 29

 

Speech--Floor, President's Criticism of Atomic Authorization Bill Analyzed and Answered August 6

 

Speech--Floor, Price-Fixing and Profiteering on Polio Vaccine August 8

 

Speech--Floor, Comments on Euratom Legislation August 20

 

Speech, The President's Statement on Cessation of the Nuclear Bomb Testing August 22

 

Speech--Floor, Tragic Dulles Policy Nullifies Progress in Nuclear Weapon Test Cessation August 22

 

Press Release, Ten Democratic Congressmen Call for Special Session on Far East October 4

 

Speech--Montebello Lions Club, The Challenge of Our Time October 20

 

Speech--San Diego Van Deerlin Ralley, Atomic Energy and its Impact on Our Time October 22

 

Speech World Affairs Council of Northern California, Attitudes of JCAE' Toward the Application of Nuclear Energy in Foreign Affairs December 18

 

Highlights of the 85th Congress (Second Session) Undated

 

1959

 

Speech--Pittsburgh Bicentennial, The Future of Free Men February 21

 

Press Release, Re: Investigations of Manpower Utilization Matters March 10

 

Article--Western World, Radioactive Graveyards March 12

 

Press Release, Re: Mr. Holifield's trip on the SSN SKIPJACK April 14

 

Press Release, Re: Hearings on Radioactive Fallout April 24

 

Speech--United Nations Association of Maryland, Can the United Nations Promote Effective Development of Atomic Power for Man's Welfare? May 8

 

Speech--American Nuclear Society, General Resume Atomic Program and Problems May 26

 

Speech--Floor, Public Hearings on the Biological and Environmental Effects of Nuclear War June 1

 

Speech--Nuclear Safety Institute, A Congressman Looks at Radiation Safety Standards June 9

 

Speech--U.S, Conference of Mayors, Atomic Energy Problems--Federal and Local July 13

 

Press Release, Re: Appointment of Mr. Holifield as Advisor to American Delegation to the Conference on Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapon Tests June 26

 

Speech--Floor, Civil Defense Preparedness July 15

 

Speech--Floor, American `Managed Prices' vs. Foreign Competition July 20

 

Article--New York Times, Chet Holifield: Aman of Atomic Energy August 24

 

Speech--Floor, The Dixon-Yates Decision Should Be Appealed August 26

 

Speech--Floor, The Effects of Nuclear War August 27

 

A Basic speech covering many subjects (nuclear weapons, communists challenge etc.) given to service clubs ets. October 1959

 

1960

 

Speech--First Canadian Conference on Uranium and ATomic Energy, The United States and Uranium: Canadian-American Cooperation January 12

 

Press Release, Re: AEC's participation with Puerto Rico WAter REsources Authority in development of an atomic electric power plant January 12

 

Speech--Ceremony in Honor of Major General John B. Bedaris January 15

 

Speech--Electric Consumer Information Committee, Recent Developments Affecting the U.S. Atomic Power Program January 19

 

Press Release, Civil Defense and Disarmament January 25

 

Speech--Floor, President's Proposal to Transfer Nuclear Weapons February 9

 

Speech--Floor, President's Inherent Constitutional Powers March 9

 

Speech-By Hon. Mike Mansfield re. Mr. Holifield April 4

 

Speech--Floor, The Problem of Detecting Nuclear Underground Test Explosions May 11

 

Speech--Women's National Democratic Club, Atomic Problems, Domestic and International May 23

 

Speech--Health Physics Society, Legislative Aspects of Radiation Standards--Role of NCPR and Government June 30

 

Speech--Democratic National Convention, Nomination of Lyndon B. Johnson for Vice President of the United States July 14

 

Press Release, Holifield Attends Ground-Breaking Ceremony for Puerto Rican Nuclear Power REactor August

 

Press Release, Atomic Power Project in Puerto Rico Dedicated August 23

 

Speech--National Dental Civil Defense Conference, Congressional Viewpoint on Civil Defense October 15

 

Press Release, Re: Nuclear TEst Ban Moratorium November 2

 

Speech--Annual Conference and Winter Meeting of the ATomic Industrial Forum-American Nuclear Society Nuclear Frontiers in the 1960's December 14

 

1961

 

Press Release, Re: Congressman Holifield's Trip to Geneva Dealing with Disarmament Negotiations Undated

 

Speech, Free Competitive Enterprise and the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. March 30

 

Statement--Floor, Business Ethics in 1961 April 25

 

Speech--American Public Power Association, The Nation's Stake in Atomic Power April 25

 

Statement--The Nation's Future Program, Should NATO Be given an Independent Nuclear Capability? May 27

 

Press Release, Re: Progress at the Nuclear Weapons Talks in Geneva June 9

 

Speech, A Tribute to Congressman John McCormack June 12

 

Speech--Floor, Where We Stand on Nuclear Test Ban Negotiations June 14

 

Speech--Floor, Dogs in the Manger August 7

 

Press Release, Re: Resumption of Soviet Atmospheric Nuclear Testing August 31

 

Speech--Graduation Exercises for Shelter Program Personnel September 1

 

Statement--Floor, Goals of the New Frontier September 19

 

Speech--State Bar of California, Problems of the Nuclear Age September 29

 

Speech--U.S. Civil Defense Council, Civil Defense--A Forward Look October 17

 

Speech--Conference of Jewish Women's Organization, Re: The Need for Civil Defense Preparedness October 26

 

Speech--East Los Angeles College, Re: United Nations October 27

 

Speech--Greater Los Angeles Press Club, Challenges of Our Time November 9

Box 81

1962

 

Testimony on Quality Stabilization Act (H.R. 10335), (H.R. 10304) Undated

 

Press Release, Re: Thank-You Visit to District Office by three adopted Korean children. Undated

 

Interview--Meet the Press, Re: Nuclear Testing January 30

 

Speech--Industrial Preparedness Conference, Survival is Possible and Practical January 31

 

Speech--National Association of Retail Clothiers and Furnishers, The Domestic Retailer Looks at the European Common Market February 14

 

Speech--Floor, Resumption of Testing of Nuclear Weapons March 5

 

Remarks--NBC Today Program, Re: Nuclear Testing March 6

 

Speech--Nuclear Energy Writers Association Panel An Evaluation of the New Civil Defense Program March 29

 

Speech--National Association of State Civil Defense Directors, Civil Defense--An Evaluation April 4

 

Speech--Democratic State Central Committee of Southern California, Re: Democratic Politics and National Problems April 28

 

Report from Washington, Re: Speech to Democratic State Central Committee of Southern California April 28

 

Speech--Master Photo Dealers and Finishers Association, Re: Quality Stabilization Bill May 2

 

Speech--Medical Society of the State of North Carolina, Re: Civil Defense May 9

 

Notes for Panel Discussion, How the United States Should Spend Its Research and Development Dollar June 5

 

Press Release, Re: Appreciation for Suppot in Primary Election June 6

 

Speech--National Stationery and Office Equipment Association, Re: Quality Stablilization Bill June 8

 

Speech--East Los Angeles Junior College Graduating Class, Free World Challenges and Opportunities June 14

 

Speech--Floor, Where We Stand on Nuclear Test Ban Negotiations June 14

 

Speech--Symposium on Underground Facilities, The Relationship of Atomic Tests to Industrial Preparedness June 25

 

Press Release, Re: Construction of New Post Office in Whittier July 9

 

Press Release, Re: Successful Passage of Bill to Allow AEC to Sell Waste Steam from Reactor at Manford September 21

 

Speech, The Cuban Problem October 2

 

Press Release, Re: Congressman Holifield's Visit to Pico Rivera City Hall Site October 15

 

Press Release, Re: Speech to Norwalk Rotary Club on Soviet Bloc and Common Market October 15

 

Press Release, Re: Tribute to Congressman Holifield for 20 Years of Service October 30

 

Speech--American Nuclear Society Conference, Re: Introduction--John Pastore November 27

 

1963

 

Speech--National Appliance and Radio-TV Dealers Association, The Essence of Competition January 12

 

Testimony--NASA, Re: Proposed Patent Revisions January 28

 

Speech--Floor, Kaiser Foundation Medical Care Program February 28

 

Speech--Airlie House, International Aspects of Atomic Energy March 3

 

Speech--East St. Louis Jackson Day Dinner, Kennedy Administration Record and Goals March 9

 

Speech--Pacific Telephone Public Affairs Conference, The Science and Art of Political Government March 14

 

Statement--Floor, Civil Defense April 9

 

Speech--Stanford University, International Politics in Nuclear Age: A Common Sense Analysis April 16

 

Statement--House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, Re: Support of Quality Stabilization Bill April 26

 

CBS Washington Report April 28

 

Statement--Subcommittee No. 3 of Armed Services Committee, Re: Authorization for Civil Defense Shelter Program May 29

 

Speech--Effective Citizens Organization, Re: Congressional Reorganization June 11

 

Speech--Floor, Economic Facts of Life Are Ignored By Consumer Advisory Council in Criticism of Quality Stabilization Bill June 18

 

CBS Washington Report July 7

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Authorizing Appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission July 8

 

Transcript of Voice of America Program, Re: Test Ban Agreement July 30

 

Speech--Floor, Communist Hypocrisy September 9

 

Speech--Aerospace Corporation, Re; Progress of Aerospace Corporation September 13

 

Speech--Floor, A Challenge to the Leaders of Organized Labor November 12

 

Speech--Special Subcommittee on Quality Stabilization, A Challenge to the Leaders of Organized Labor November 13

 

Speech--Floor, Our National Destiny Depends on the Preservation of Constitutional Government December 5

 

Speech--Floor, Proposal for a Joint Committee to Study Presidential Succession and Continuity of Government December 13

 

Miscellaneous Radio-TV Programs Undated

 

1964

 

Statement--Floor, Should National Brand Merchandise Be Sabotaged to Promote the Sale of Private Brand Merchandise? January 31

 

Speech--Lynchburg College, Education in a Changing World May 31

 

Speech--Floor, Congressman Chet Holified Reports to the People of the 19th District of California September 22

 

Speech--Floor, A Rebuttal to Goldwater Proposals on `Conventional' Nuclear Weapons September 22

 

Speech--Floor, House Should Adjourn to Reconvene November 16th October 1

 

Speech--Idaho Falls, The Atom and the Great Society October 15

 

Speech--Los Alamos, New Mexico, Re: Atomic Energy October 18

 

Speech--Atomic Industrial Forum American Nuclear Society, A Year of Decision: The Step Beyond Competitive Nuclear Power November 30

 

Speech--Jewish Community Center, The United Nations As An Instrument for World Peace and Welfare October 23

 

1965

 

Speech, U.S. Cooperation with Foreign Nations in the Field of Atomic Energy January 28

 

Speech--Whittier Democratic Club, Re: President Johnson's First 100 Days in Office April

 

Statement--Floor, Re: First Launching and Operation of a Nuclear Reactor in Space April 5

 

Speech--American Public Power Association, Important Factors in Power Planning for the Future May 4

 

Speech--Joint Committee on the Organization of the Congress May 17

 

Press Release, Re; Stanford Accelerator Powerline June 11

 

Speech--Legislative Campaign Committee (Cancelled) August 25

 

Speech--Dedication of EBR II September 13

 

Speech--Dedication of Etcheverry Hall, UC October 15

 

Speech--Long Island Association of Commerce and Industry, Present and Future Benefits from the Atom October 20

 

Speech--Jewish Labor Committee Convention, Extremism and Its Treat to America October 23

 

Speech--Start-of-Construciton Ceremonies for SEFOR Reactor October 27

 

Speech--Atomic Industrial Forum-American Nuclear Society Luncheon November 15

 

Speech--The American Association for Contamination Control, Control of Contamination in Nuclear Energy Industry November 18

 

Speech--Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Civilian Nuclear Power December

 

1966

 

Speech--Keel Laying Ceremony for USS Narwhal January 17

 

Introduction of House REsolution on Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons January 19

 

Press Release, Deadline for application for medicare March 17

 

Speech--21 Jewel Club, Why We are in Vietnam March 22

 

Speech--Floor, Re: 200 BEV March 22

 

Press Release, California designated as Possible Site for 200 BEV Accelerator March 22

 

Speech-- Democratic Associates, Why We are in Vietnam April 12

 

Speech--Whittier Democratic Club, World Problems April 16

 

Speech--Aerospace and Defense Marketing Seminar, The Procedures of Congress April 29

 

Press Release, Imporving NATO Nuclear Weapon Planning May 3

 

Statement--Pocatello, Idaho, Re: Launching of Campaign for Ralph Harding May 21

 

Speech--Edison Electric Insititute, Recent Developments and Future Challenges in Atomic Power June 8

 

Press Release--Joint Committee on Atomic Energy Announces Public Hearings on Proposed Amendments to Price-Anderson Indemnity Legislation June 25

 

Speech--House Committee on Armed Services, RE: Selective Service System June 28

 

Speech--Transportation Association of American, Creating a New Department of Transportation July 13

 

Press RElease--Contributions of Congress to Atomic Energy Program During Joint Committee's 20-Year History August 3

 

Speech--Atomic Energy in the WEst Conference, Re: Atomic Energy September 8

 

Press Release--Suspension of 7% investment tax credit for a period of 16 months September 9

 

Speech--Warren Dawson Dinner, Democratic Programs and Policies Spetember 17

 

Speech--Southern Governors' Conference, Re: Nuclear Power September 19

 

Press Release, Signature of Code of Fair Campaign Practices by Mr. Holifield September 23

 

Press Release--Transportation Bill Approval Predicted October 11

 

Speech--Dedication of the Rio Hondo Regional Library October 20

 

Speech--Strategic Industries Association, Auditing the Auditors in Defense Contracting October 21

 

Press Release-- Holifield proposes Across-the-Board Procurement Review October 21

 

Speech--LA Transportation Club, Creating a New Department of Transportation October 25

 

Speech, Desalting--Past and Future. October 14

 

Speech, Central Station Nuclear Power October 18

 

Press Release-- Endorsement of Quality Stabilization Bill by the National League of Senior Citizens November 7

 

Press Release--Proposed Joint Committee of Congress to Study Presidential Succession and Continuity of Government December 13

Box 82

1967

 

Speech, World Leadership Undated

 

Press Release--Approval of Key Regional Sewer System February 9

 

Press Release--Holifield Named to Geneva Conference February 20

 

Press Release--California Gains in AEC Activity February 13

 

Press Release--Post Office Ruling Will Save Taxpayers Millions February 20

 

Press Release--Holifield accepts Award for City of Pico Rivera February 21

 

Speech--World Leadership February 27

 

Speech--Briefing Conference on Government Contracts, Commission on Government Procurement March 2

 

Speech--Conference for Business Executives on Federal Government Operations, Re: Congressional Views of Government Organization and Operations March 6

 

Speech--Whittier Democractic Club, Congressional Report March 25

 

Speech--Norwalk Rotary Club Meeting March 27

 

Panel Discussion--Air Force Academy Assembly, Re: Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty April 6

 

Press Release--Holifield Hails Desalting Breakthrough April 24

 

Press Release--Naval Nuclear Surface Fleet Strongly Urged By Vice Chairman of Joint Committee on Atomic Energy May 8

 

Speech--Conference on Nuclear Power Fuel Reprocessing, Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing: Crux of National and International Policy May 11

 

Speech--Airlee House, Nonproliferation--Problems and Progress May 20

 

Speech--19th Anniversary of Israel May 20

 

Press Release--Holifield Introduces Population Control Bill May 22

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Nuclear Propulsion for Naval Warships May 29

 

Remarks--TV Program, Youth Wants to Know, Re; Civilian Control of Atomic Energy June 4

 

Press Release--Middle East Crisis Emphasizes Need for Nuclear Surface Navy June 10

 

Press Release--Statement by Congressmen Holifield and Price on Revised Walsh-Healey Regulation June 12

 

Press Release--Postal Delivery for Servicemen in Vietnam July 3

 

Panel Discussion--Annual Survival Education Symposium on Radiological Health July 19

 

Press Release--Whittier Minister Delivers Congressional Invocation July 24

 

Press Release--Holifield Says Chinese Bomb Poses Threat August 7

 

Speech--Floor, Re: D.C. Reorganization August 14

 

Press Release-- Holifield Calls for Honest Vietnam Elections August 21

 

Press Release--Holifield Acts to Improve Education of Mexican-American Children August 28

 

Speech--Emergency Operations Symposium, Riots, Crime, and Civil Responsibilit September 7

 

Speech--Dedication of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center September 9

 

Press Release--Holifield Honored by Political Scientists September 11

 

Press Release-- Holifield Calls for Crime Research to Combat Riots September 18

 

Press Release--Holifield Hails Progress on Bolsa Island Desalting Project September 23

 

Press Release-- Holifield Hails Private Enterprise Job Program October 9

 

Press Release-- Holifield Announces Christmas Mail Dates for Servicemen October 16

 

Press Release-- Holifield Honored for 25 years service in Congress October 30

 

Speech--14th Nuclear Science Symposium October 31

 

Press Release--Holifield Hails California Victory on Smog Standards November 6

 

Montebello First Methodist Church November 26

 

Press Release--Holifield Honored by Transportation Secretary December 4

 

Press Release--Holifield Pleased with Reapportionment Plan December 11

 

1968

 

Statement, Re: Vietnam Undated

 

Statement, Public Debt and the Gross National Product Undated

 

Statement, Re: Foreign Aid Undated

 

Statement, Re: Should the Gold Cover be Removed? Undated

 

Speech--Dedication Ceremonies for San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station January 5

 

Press Release--Holifield Wins Century Freeway Approval January 22

 

Press Release--Holifield Honored by California Group for Hard Work in Congress January 29

 

Press Release--Holifield Backs Consumer Legislation February 5

 

Speech--Arlington County Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Without Apology or Retreat: The Challenge to the Democratic Party in 1968 March 2

 

Press Release--Holifield Active In War on Crime March 4

 

Speech--Electronic Industries Association Luncheon, Congress and Government Procurement March 5

 

Press Release--Support for the conclusions of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders March 5

 

Press Release--Holifield Comments on Vietnam Situation Undated

 

Press Release--Final Approval on Century Freeway March 20

 

Press Release--Holifield Decries Wisconsin Attacks March 22

 

Press Release--Holifield Cites Japan's Peacetime Progress March 25

 

Speech, Historical Attitudes of Our People During Our Nation's Wars April

 

Speech, Re; Vietnam April

 

Analysis--Why Vietnam April

 

Press Release--Holifield Sets Visit to District April 8

 

Speech--The Whittier Democratic Club, Without Apology or Retreat: The Challenge to the Democratic Party in 1968 April 13

 

Press Release--Holifield Urges Humphrey to Enter the Race April 13

 

Speech--Rio Hondo Junior College, Our National Policy in Southeast Asia April 16

 

Speech--Whittier Kiwanis Club, Riots, Crime and Civil Responsibilities April 16

 

Speech--Montebello Rotary, Riots, Crime and Civil Responsibilities April 17

 

Speech--Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Can we Afford Guns and Butter at this Time? April 18

 

Speech--Armenian Martyrs Monument April 21

 

Press Release--Holifield Critical of Martin's Financial Crisis Statement April 24

 

Speech--Logan County Democratic Rally, Humphrey for Unity; Unity for Victory May 6

 

Press Release--Holifield Backs Police Recruiting Program May 6

 

Speech--Contract Cities Association Seminar, Report from Washington May 11

 

Press Release--Holifield in District This Week May 13

 

Press Release--Holifield Says Decision Near on Smog Control May 20

 

Press Release--Holifield Home to Dedicate Library, Veterans Memorial May 27

 

Panel Discussion--UPI Panel Show May 29

 

Speech--Montebello Veterans Memorial Dedication May 30

 

Press Release--Holifield Thanks Voters for Primary Win June 10

 

Speech--Second General Session of the International Conference of Associated Credit Bureaus of America, Congress and the Credit Bureaus June 14

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Library Grants June 28

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Cerritos College Job Training Program and Science Grant June 29

 

Press Release--Holifield Attends Historic White House Signing July8

 

Press Release--Holifield Hails Favorable Smog Decision July 15

 

Press Release--Return of Harold W. Lane to local office July 15

 

Speech--Foreign Relations Committee, Re: Non-Proliferation Treaty July 17

 

Press Release--Congressman Holifield Notes Mexican-American Scholarship Grants July 18

 

Press Release--Holfield Urges Nuclear Sub Construction August 5

 

Press Release--Holifield To Dedicate Montebello Corporate Yard August 12

 

Speech--Montebello Corporate Yard Dedication August 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Montebello Transit Grant August 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces $703,600 Water Grant September 9

 

Speech--Military Supply Management: A View From the Hill September 12

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Support of Fair Campaign Code September 23

 

Press Release--Use of River Right-of-way by Equestrians September 23

 

Press Release--Holifield to Address Police Academy Graduation September 30

 

Press Release--Holifield Manages Enactment of Important New Law October 7

 

Speech--G.E. Western Region Meeting, The Procedures of Congress October 11

 

Speech--East Whittier Methodist Church, A Congressman's Moral Responsibility October 14

 

Speech--Rio Hondo Junior College Police Academy, Law Enforcement and the New Police Officer October 18

 

Speech--Radiological Defense Officers Association. October 29

 

Press Release--Holifield announces Law Enforcement Grants December 30

Box 83

1969

 

Speech, How Can We Maintain World Peace? Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Welcomes Whittier Band to Washington January 20

 

Press Release--Chet Holifield is Rated As State's Most Influential Congressman January 22

 

Speech--Los Angeles Federation of Labor, Radiation--Use or Abuse? January 25

 

Speech--American Public Power Association January 28

 

Press Release--Holifield Named to House Standards Committee February 10

 

Speech--Holifield Library Dedication Ceremonies February 16

 

Press Release--Holifield Co-Authors California Disaster Relief Bill February 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Dedicates Montebello Branch Library February 17

 

Speech--U.S. Civil Defense Council, Civil Defense: Where Do We Stand? March 11

 

Press Release--Holifield Says Civil Defense Indispensable March 11

 

Press Release--Montebello Residents in Washington March 14

 

Speech--Architect-Engineer Public Affairs Conference, Study Commission on Federal Procurement March 19

 

Speech--Dedication of General Electric Company's Wilmington North Carolina Nuclear Manufacturing Plant March 20

 

Speech--WEMA Congressional Conference, Opening Remarks March 21

 

Press Release--Holifield Testifies for Disaster Relief March 24

 

Television Tape--Wayne Aspinall Regarding Radiation Hearing March 26

 

Speech--Whittier Democratic Club, Re: Current State of the Political and Economic Situation in Our Country April 5

 

Speech--University of Maryland Cyclotron Laboratory April 27

 

Press Release--Holifield `Nets' Astronaut for Whittier Commencement April 28

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Rio Hondo Health Grant May 1

 

Press Release--Holifield Nominates Montebellan to Expo-70 Post May 2

 

Speech--Dedication of SEFOR Reactor May 7

 

Speech--Whittier Kiwanis Club, The Crisis on the Campus June 10

 

Press Release--Holifield Hits Campus Violence, Urges Mediation June 10

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Grants for Local Colleges June 16

 

Speech--Government Pricing Conference and Workshop, Politics and the Procurement June 20

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces library Grants for Local Colleges June 21

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Grant to Rio Hondo College June 21

 

Press Release--Holifield Hosts Winning La Mirada Debaters June 30

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Bilingual Education Grant July 7

 

Speech--Commissioning of USS NARWHAL July 12

 

Press Release--Holifield Urges Interior Approval of Citizen's Claim July 14

 

Speech--Argonne Universities Association Conference on Universities, National Laboratires and Man's Environment July 28

 

Press Release--Holifields Attend President's White House Church Services July 28

 

Speech--Housing Subcommittee, Committee on Banking and Currency, re: Temporary Extension of the Period of Eligibility for Local Non-Cash Grants-in-Aid Under the Neighborhood Development Program July 30

 

Press Release--Holifield Testifies for Hawaiian Gardens August 4

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Law Enforcement Education Grants August 18

 

Press Release--Holifield Presides Over House During Historic Education Debate August 18

 

Press Release--Holifield Intern Meets President August 25

 

Press Release--Holifield Urges Reinstatement of Bilingual Education Funds August 25

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces $248,000 in Awards to Area Colleges September 1

 

Speech--Industrial College of the Armed Forces, The Procedures of Congress September 17

 

Speech--National Security Industrial Association Annual Luncheon Meeting, Commission on Government Procurement September 18

 

Press Release--Holifield Hosts Local Student Body Presidents September 22

 

Press Release--Holifield Acclaims Electoral Reform Resolution September 22

 

Press Release--Congressman Chet Holifield To Testify Before the California Legislature's Committee on Atomic Development and Space September 22

 

Speech--California Legislature, Joint Committee on Atomic Development and Space September 26

 

Press Release--Holifield Testifies Before State Atomic Development Committee September 29

 

Press Release--Holifield Attends Nuclear Test on Amchitka Island October 6

 

Speech--Dedication of the Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation October 9

 

Press Release--Holifield Supports Restoration of Education Funds October 13

 

Speech--Dedication of the Westinghouse Fast Breeder Reactor Facilities October 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Urban Renewal Grant October 20

 

Press Release--Holifield Sponsors Drug Abuse Bill November 3

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Merchant Marine Academy Opportunity November 3

 

Press Release--Holifield Co-Sponsors Viet Nam Resolution November 7

 

Press Release--Holifield Comments on Administration Plan For Ownership of Uranium Enrichment Facilities November 10

 

Speech--National Defense Committee, The Balance of Power in Defense Decisions November 18

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Hearings on Military Supply Systems November 24

 

Speech--Atomic Industrial Forum, The 1970's--A Critical Era in Nuclear Power December 3

 

Press Release--Holifield Procurement Commission Authorized December 3

 

Press Release--Against Precipitating Another Dixon-Yates December 3

 

Press Release--Social Security Increase Moves Forward December 8

 

Press Release--Holifield Urges Fair Treatment in Films December 12

 

Press Release--Holifield Manages Bill on Opportunities For Spanish Speaking People December 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Supports Efforts to Negotiate a Just Peace on Viet Nam Undated

 

1970

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Additional Law Enforcement Education Grants Undated

 

Speech--American Nuclear Society, Re: Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy January 14

 

Speech--Friday Forum, Re: First Year of the Nixon Administration January 16

 

Speech--National Security Industrial Association, The Civil-Industrial Complex January 22

 

Speech--Industrial Advisory Council Meeting, The Commission on Government Procurement: Background and Prospects February 14

 

Press Release--Holifield Interviewed by Whittier Christian High School Student February 23

 

Press Release--High School Students Visit With Holifield on Capitol Steps March 9

 

Press Release--Holifield Reappointed to Disarmament Group March 9

 

Press Release--Holifield Seeks Re-Election to Congress March 16

 

Press Release--New Area Social Security Office to Open Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Asks Repeal of Emergency Detention Law Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Convenes Procurement Commission Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Support for Carl Albert as Speaker of the House Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Cautions Travelers on Drugs Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Sponsors Bill to Halt Federal Abuse of Mailing Lists Undated

 

Speech--Whittier Democratic Club, Re: The Nixon Administration April 4

 

Speech--International Union of District 50, Third Constitutional Convention, The Quality of Our Environment--Politically and Otherwise April 7

 

Speech--Dedication of UF6 Plant in Oklahoma April 20

 

Speech--Tri-City Nuclear Industrial Council April 23

 

Speech--La Mirada V.F.M. Pose 9148 Loyalty Day Program May 2

 

Speech--Montebello Senior Citizen Center May 3

 

Statement, Re: Cambodia May 4

 

Statement, Re: Adequate Supplies of Electrical Energy May 6

 

Speech--Defense Supply Agency May 11

 

Speech--AEC-SINB, Federal-State Responsibilities in Nuclear Development May 21

 

Speech--Montelbello Memorial Day Address May 30

 

Statement, Re: Proposed Increase in the Price of Uranium Enrichment Services June 12

 

Press Release--Congressman Chet Holifield Announces Bilingual Grants June 19

 

Speech-National Security Policy and Scientific Developments Subcommittee, Re: Presidential War Powers June 30

 

Press Release--Holifield Testifies on Bill to Define President War Powers June 30

 

Speech--Independence Day Celebration, York Field July 4

 

Press Release--Holifield Speaks at Whittier Independence Day Ceremonies July 4

 

Speech--Democratic Rally, Oak Ridge Tennessee July 13

 

Statement-Conditions at Rocky Flats Facility in Colorade July 17

 

Press Release--An Allegation that AEC is Harrassing Two Scientists at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory Reviewed by Congressman Holifield July 7

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Law Enforcement Grants to Local Colleges Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Sponsors Narcotic Drub Import Control Bill Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Competition for Admission to Coast Buard Academy Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Begins Study on Role of Federal Government In Dealing with Campus Disorders Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Subcommittee Hearings on Military Supply Management August 1

 

Press Release--Holifield Urges North Vietnam to Comply with Geneva Convention Regarding Prisoners of War Undated

 

Press Release--New Bill to Control Pornography Passes House August 5

 

Statement--Floor, The Real Cause of Inflation is President Nixon's Monetary Policies--Not Congressional Spending August 12

 

Press Release--Republican Women Express Thanks to Holifield Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Defends Federal Funds for Education, Environment, and Housing--Attacks Presidential Veto Undated

 

Press Release--Holifield Defends California Water Plan August 20

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Signing of Fair Campaign Code August 28

 

Press Release--Holfield Reports on Campus Disorder Survey Undated

 

Speech--160th National Meeting of American Chemical Society, C A M - Congress, Atoms and Marriages September 14

 

Press Release--Holifield Asks Reagan to SAve Social Security Benefits September 14

 

Press Release--Holifield Requests Nixon's Aid for Southern California Aerospace Work September 14

 

Speech--Industrial College of Armed Forces, Re: Government Operations Committee September 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Release of Marine Corps Beach September 17

 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Grants to Local Colleges September 17

 

Press Release--Holfield Committee to Hold Hearings on Defense Policy Changes September 17

 

Press Release--Nixon Lauds Holifield on Environmental Plans Undated

 

Press Release--Holfield Responds to Cartoonist, Al Capp, and His Political Protege September 23

 

Press Release--Joint Committee on Atomic Energy Approves Report to Accompany H.R. 18679 and S. 4141 the Practical Value Bill September 24

 

Press Release--Holifield Sings `Appeal to Reason' September 30

 

Press Release--Atomic Energy Committee Chairman Rebuts News Story Charges that Environmental Protection Agency Controls Are Diluted by Joint Committee Legislation October 3

General note

(Note: Undate entries approximate Holifield's order)
 

Press Release--Holifield Announces Work-Study Grants to Area Colleges October 7

 

Speech--Mrs Holifield before Soroptomist Club October, 1970

 

Statement--California Legislature, Re: Radiation Standards October 13

 

Press Release--Holifield Subcommittee to Continue Surveillance of Programs to Improve Military Supply Systems October 15

 

Press Release--Phase II of Hearings on Environmental Effects of Producing Electric Power October 15

 

Speech-Norwalk High School, The Duties of a Congressman October 20

 

Speech--Rio Hondo College, Re: Professional Firefighting October 23

 

Press Release--Holifield Addresses Graduating Firemen at Rio Hondo College October 23

 

Speech--La Serna High School, The Duties of a Congressman October 26

 

Speech--Whittier College October 27

 

Press Release--Remarks at Whitteir College October 27

 

Press Release--Holifield Expresses Appreciation upon Reelection November 4

 

Speech--Annual ANS/AIF Conference, The Need for a Comprehensive Energy Program November 18

 

Press Release--Congressman Holifield Becomes Chairman of House Committee on Government Operations No-ember 19

 

Press Release--House Elects Holifield Chairman of Committee on Government Operations November 20

 

Press Release--H.R. 18679, the Practical Value' Omnibus Bill December 8

 

Presentation--of a Snap-27 Generator to the Smithsonian Institute December 9

 

Press Release--Whittier Resident Appointed Ambassador to Mali December 22

 

Press Release--Holifield Says, `California Shortchanged on Railroad Plan' December 22

 

Press Release--Joint Committee on Atomic Energy Announces Uranium Enrichment Pricing Hearings Scheduled for Early 1971 December 23

 

Press Release--Accomplishments of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 91st Congress, 2nd Session (1970) December 31

 

SPEECHES AND STATEMENTS 1971

Box 84

Speech--Floor, Re: 1/3 Amendment Democratic Caucus January 19

 

Speech, Re: Sisk Nomination for Majority Leader January 19

 

Speech, Re: Seconding of Nomination of Speaker Albert January 19

 

Speech--Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, The Power Structure January 25

 

Speech--National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Power and Policy February 15

 

Statement, A Realistic View of Revenue Sharing March 10

 

Statement--House Committee on the Judiciary, Re: Support of Repeal of the Emergency Detention Act of 1950 March 18

 

Discussions with President Nixon Aboard Air Force One March 25

 

Speech--American Power Conference, The Priority Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor April 20

 

TV Tape--Westinghouse, Why Liguid-Metal Fast-Breeder Reactor Now? May 1

 

Speech--Whittier Chamber of Commerce, Re: First 3 1/2 Months of 92nd Congress May 10

 

Speech--Biola Democrats May 10

 

Speech--City Club of Portland, Energy, Electricity and the Environment May 28

 

Speech--Floor, Re: President Nixon's Energy Message JUne 4

 

Speech--General Accounting Office, The General Accounting Office and the Congress June 11

 

Tape--Herbert Hoover Oral History Program June 14

 

Speech-Investment Analysis, Energy and the Environment June 23

 

Speech--Floor, Re: National Security August 4

 

Speech--American Association of Advertising Agencies, New Legislation for Consumer Protection October 11

 

Speech--World Farm Foundation, Energy Requirements for the 70's December 8

 

PRESS RELEASES 1971

Box 84

Subject of the Provision of Additional Uranium Enrichment Capacity January 11

 

Holifield Renews Efforts to Repeal Emergency Detention Act January 29

 

Holifield Urges Fair Treatment in Films February 5

 

Holfield Sponsors Bill to Fight Cancer February 17

 

Joint Committee on ATomic Energy Announces Hearings on Uranium Enrichment Pricing February 18

 

Holifield Urges Funding of School Milk Program March 5

 

Holifield Sponsors Earthquake Legislation March 5

 

Holfield Introduces Emergency Telephone Legislation March 19

 

Bills on Consumer Protection Scheduled for Hearings April 27 by Chairman Holifield March 22

 

Chairman Holifield Announces hearings on Plan to Consolidate Volunteer Agencies March 30

 

Call for a Progress Report on the Collection of $325 Million in deliquent International Debts Owed to the United States April 1

 

Holifield Announces Grant to Ford Motor Company April 23

 

Holifield Begins Consumer Hearings April 26

 

Holifield Opens Hearings on Consolidation of Volunteer Agencies April 29

 

Holifield Announces Grants to Area Colleges May 14

 

Chairman Holifield Sets Hearings on Departmental Reorganization Proposals May 25

 

Holifield Praises Nixon's Energy Message: `Historically Important' June 4

 

Hearings on Executive Department Reorganizations to Continue June 11

 

Holifield Announces Library Grants June 23

 

Blind, Handicapped Helped by New Law June 25

 

Holifield Bill to Extend Committee on Opportunities for Spanish Speaking People Passed by House July 7

 

Automobile and School Bus Occupant Safety Standards Review July 7

 

Holifield Announces Education Grants July 30

 

Holifield Announces Fulbright-Hays Grant to Area Youth August 2

 

Holifield Announces Nutrition Guidance Program August 3

 

Problems of the Aging Assigned to House Subcommittee for Hearin August 5

 

Biola Student Serves Chet Holifield as Congressional Intern August 13

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Allocations of National Defense Student Loan Program Funds August 13

 

Holifield Announces Law Enforcement Grants September 14

 

Holifields Honored at 49th Anniversary Celebration September 22

 

Hearings Scheduled on Nonimmigrant Aliens Illegally Working October 4

 

Chairman Holifield Schedules Hearings on New Department of Community Development October 26

 

Holifield Announces Joint Postmark for Artesia-Cerriotos Facility November 11

 

Holifield Asks that Donated Christmas Trees Be Sent to Servicemen December 10

 

Committee Clears Holifield Lobbying Bill December 13

 

Holifield Acts to Save GSA Bell Depot December 13

 

Holifield Social Security Bill to Become Law December 14

 

SPEECHES AND STATEMENTS 1972

Box 84

Speech--Keel Laying of the Los Angeles (SSN688) January 8

 

Statement, Re: Endorsement of Humphrey for President January 28

 

Speech--Industrial League of the City of Commerce, Search-light on Government Procurement February 15

 

Speech--Birthday Celebration for Congressman Charles Wilson February 15

 

Speech--Executive World's Fifth Executive Conference, Pro-Spectives of a National Energy Policy March 14

 

Speech--Montebello Chamber of Commerce, Re: Support of Hubert Humphrey May 30

 

Magazine Article--Ordinance Magazine, Need for A Nuclear Navy Man/June

 

Speech--American Public Power Association, Public Power's Role in the National Energy Picture June 27

 

Statement--Rules Committee, Re: H.R. 12931, the Poage bill relating to Rural Development July 25

 

Speech--California Labor Federation August 21

 

Speech--Pennsylvania Electric Association, Energy--Facts versus Fancy September 21

 

Speech--American Nuclear Society, A Decade Since `A Report to the President--1962' October 27

 

Speech--Los Angeles City Council, A Tribute to Harry Truman December 28

 

PRESS RELEASES 1972

Box 84

Congressman Holifield Speaks at USS Los Angeles Ceremony January 15

 

Hearings on New Department of Community Development to Resume January 17

 

Congressman Holifield Lauds AEC Decision on Demonstration Fast Breeder Reactor January 15

 

Holifield Pledges Support to Humphrey January 28

 

Area Congressmen Receive Top Rating from Women Voters February 16

 

Holifield Announces for Congress March 6

 

Approval of Housing Projects for Senior Citizens March 20

 

Holifield Appointed to Disarmament Committee April 14

 

Investigation of Sanitation Conditions in the Food Manufacturing Industry April 26

 

Resumption of Hearings on the Administration of the Freedom of Information Act April 30

 

Holifield to be Cited by the Japanese American Citizens League Undated

 

Congressman Chet Holifield Announces Grants to Area Colleges Undated

 

Strategic Arms Limitation Agreement with U.S.S.R. May 26

 

Holifield Thanks Voters June 9

 

Holifield Announces Information on Problems of Youth Travel Abroad June 15

 

Holifield Cited by Japanese American Citizens League June 29

 

Plymouth Trouble-Shooting Contest Winners Visit Holifield July 2

 

Holifield Announces Nursing Grants July 11

 

Pledge of Support for McGovern July 13

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Grants to Area Colleges July 14

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Nursing Grants to Area Colleges July 17

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Hearing Before Subcommittee July 31

 

Whittier Woman Testifies Before Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee August 2

 

Congressman Holifield Co-Sponsors Narcotics Legislation Ausust 7

 

Holifield Announces New U.S. Foreign Service Hiring Policies August 28

 

Holifield Announces Funding of Student Loan Programs September 12

 

Congressman Holifield Introduces Anti-Hijacking Bill September 20

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Federal Support of College Opportunity Program for Mexican-American STudents September 21

 

Holifield Introduces Senior Citizens Aid Bill September 22

 

Congressman Holifield Signs 1972 Code of Fair Campaign Practices October 3

 

Adoption of Clean Water Bill October 4

 

Holifield, Hosmer to Address Southern California Nuclear Groups October 20

 

SPEECHES AND STATEMENTS 1973

Box 85

Review of Energy Crisis--Several California Groups January

 

Speech--JCAE Energy Presentation, Re: Energy March 10

 

Speech--20th Annual Institute on Government Contracts March 22

 

Speech--Western Electronic Manufacturers Association, Follow-Up on Recommendations of the Government Procurement Commission March 28

 

Energy Presentation--California Legislature/Governor April 10

 

Environmental Press Seminar--West Associates April 26

 

Statement--JCAE, Re: LMFBR May 4

 

Speech--National Civil Service League, Public Service and the Merit System May 4

 

Speech--American Bar Association, Report of the Commission on Government Procurement June 1

 

Speech--Dedication of Sproul Museum Barn in Norwalk September 9

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Support of S.J. Res. 160 October 2

 

Speech--Consumer Affairs Committee, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Establishing A Consumer Protection Agency: Status Report on Legislation October 4

 

Speech--American Retail Federation, Where Do We Stand on Legislation for a Consumer Protection Agency? October 15

 

Speech--Dedication of Duke Power Company's Keowee-Toxaway Project October 20

 

Speech--Democratic Women's Forum, Political Situation and Democratic Party Prospects October 27

 

Speech--Whittier Rotary Club, Why We Must Cooperate in Solving the Energy Crisis December 28

 

PRESS RELEASES 1973

Box 85

Holifield, Horton, and Cosponsors Reintroduce Consumer Protection Bill January 3

 

Holifield Introduces Bill on President's War Powers January 8

 

Holifield Introduces Amendment to Abolish Electoral College January 19

 

Holifield Answers Challenge to His Committee Chairmanship in the Democratic Caucus of the House of Representatives January 23

 

Holifield Announces Grant to Rio Hondo YMCA Undated

 

Chairman Holifield Schedules Hearings on Bills to Require Confirmation of Budget Director February 21

 

Roy L. Ash to Testify at Hearings on Bills Requiring Confirmation of Budget Director Undated

 

Holifield Protests Social Program Cuts March 8

 

Inquiry into the Operations of the Immigration and Naturalization Service Announced March 21

 

Effectiveness of Drug Abuse Control Programs March 23

 

Chairman Holifield Sets Hearings on Nixon Drug Reorganization Plan March 29

 

Holifield Sponsors Disaster Insurance Legislation April 2

 

Holifield Introduces Teacher Retirement Bill April 12

 

Federal Drug Abuse Efforts to be Examined in Hearings April 25

 

Holifield Reports on Student Assistance Grants May 4

 

California Representatives Push River Clean-up Bill May 8

 

Subcommittee Schedules Hearings on Immigration and Naturalization Services Operations May 11

 

Holifield Announces Grants to Area Colleges June 6

 

JCAE Milton Shaw Statement June 15

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Higher Education Act Loans June 27

 

Congressman Holifield Announces Return of Peace Corps Volunteer - Joe Rivera June 28

 

Procurement Commission Bills Introduced June 29

 

Holifield Reviews Energy Policy and Organization Problems July 12

 

Congressman Holifield Urges Students to Apply for Basic Opportunity Grants for Higher Education July 17

 

Holifield Appointed to Disarmament Conference July 19

 

Holifield Introduces Blood Bank Bill August 3

 

Holifield Designates Norwalk Library September 14

 

Holifield Moves to Extend Spanish Speaking Committee September 14

 

Holifield Urges Business Group to Support Consumer Protection Agency Bill October 4

 

Spanish-Speaking Committee Bill Passed October 18

 

House Government Operations Committee Recommends Establishment of Chartered Air Shuttle System to Transport Official Overseas Travelers--Savings to Taxpayers Should Reach $25 Million a Year October 21

 

Halt in Agriculture Department's Efforts to Gain Access to Private Financial Information from Farmers October 21

 

Incompetence, Dishonesty, or Unethical Conduct Revealed in Tax Return Preparation Business, Report Finds; Increase in IRS Taxpayer Assistance Services Recommended October 22

 

House Government Operations Committee Urges Shift in Federal Drug Abuse Strategy October 23

 

Holifield Addresses Democratic Women October 27

 

Holifield Blasts EPA's Parking Tax December 7

 

SPEECHES, STATEMENTS AND PRESS CONFERENCE 1974

Box 85

Speech--Men's Fashion Association, The Economic Impact of the Energy Crisis February 7

 

Press Conference, Re: Congressman Holifield's Retirement from Congress February 19

 

Speech--NSIA Southern California Chapter, Cooperate to Solve the Energy Crisis March 12

 

Speech--Dedication of Beverly Towers March 10

 

Speech--National Newspaper Association, Re: News Media and the Energy Crisis March 28

 

Speech--Tribute Dinner Honoring Congressman George E. Danielson April 21

 

Speech--Edison Electric Institute, The Government's Energy Role June 4

 

Speech--The Society of Nuclear Medicine, A Congressman's View of A National Problem June 12

 

Speech--Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals in Business, A New Federal Agency for Consumer Protection June 20

 

Speech--House Rules Committee, Re: H. Res. 988 (Committee Reform Bill) September 24

 

Speech--Floor, The Federal Budget and Inflation: Facts and Myths September 26

 

Speech--Floor, Re: Bolling Committee Reform October 1

 

Speech--Floor (revised) Re: Bolling Committee Reform October 3

 

Dear Colleague Letter, Why H. Res. 988 Won't Work October 8

 

Speech--Political Rally--Disneyland, Re: The Democratic Party and the '74 Election October 19