Committee Reports And Papers VIII

Richard J. O'Melia Collection

  1. "Air Conditioning Committee Legal Division, Washington 25, D.C. "
    Date: August 14, 1957.
    Report No.: ACC 51/22.29
    Report by: Secretary, Legal Division.
    Content: ICAO Matters--Report of the United States Representative to the meeting of the Legal Committee on Hire, Charter and Interchange of aircraft, Madrid, Spain, April 24 to May 3, 1957.

  2. "Air Conditioning Committee Legal Division, Washington 25, D.C. "
    Date: June 17, 1960.
    Report No.: 15B-60
    Report by: William E. Neumeyer, Executive Secretary.
    Content: Annual Report of the Council to the assembly for 1959 - Supplement Thereto.

  3. "Air Conditioning Committee Legal Division, Washington 25, D.C. "
    Date: August 24, 1960.
    Report No.: ACC 51/29.43
    Report by: Secretary, Legal Division.
    Content: ICAO Matters--Legal--Analysis of the work program and organization and proposed U.S. Representation to the meeting of the Thirteen Session, Legal Committee, Montreal, Canada, September 6, 1960.

  4. "The Dutch Side of the Airline Expansion Program"
    Date: April 1, 1957.
    Report by: Extension of remarks of Hon. Pat McNamara, of Michigan in the Senate of the United States.
    Content: Unless KLM is granted some expansion of its routes in the Dollar area, the strain on Holland's economy will be too severe to enable it to perform as a customer of American goods and as a close partner of the United States in international obligations, to the extent American businessmen and Washington anticipate.

  5. "Vacant Public Lands"
    Date: Revised May, 1953.
    Report by: Bureau of Land Management, Edward Woozley, Administrator.
    Content: What and where are the vacant public lands of the United States; how much remains in any given state? What laws govern their use or acquisition of the public? The Bureau of Land Management presents this leaflet prepared by Irving Senzel, Chief, Branch of research and analysis, in answer to these questions.

  6. "United States Senate, Committee on Government Operations"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: (?)
    Content: A special Committee was made to make a full and complete investigation for the purpose of determining all of the facts with respect to- i.)whether or not during any period of time there has been maintained a cover on mail to or from the Junior Senator of Wisconsin, Mr. McCarthy. ii.) In the event the committee determines that any such cover has been maintained, the person or persons responsible therefore, and all other matters connected with the maintenance of such cover.

  7. "Facts Concerning The Assignment of Contract No. DA 11-027 QM-61189 From Richmond Packers, Inc., To Atlas Finance Corporation"
    Date: (?)
    Report by: Richmond Packers.
    Content: The consideration passing from Atlas Finance Corporation to Richmond Packers, Inc., to be made as needed by the latter during the processing of such contract.

  8. "Facts Concerning The Assignment of Contract No. DA 11-027 QM-61189 From Richmond Packers, Inc., To Atlas Finance Corporation" (2 Copies)
    Date: (?)
    Report by: Richmond Packers.
    Content: The consideration passing from Atlas Finance Corporation to Richmond Packers, Inc. was an agreement on the part of the former to advance up to 90% of the face value of said contract to Richmond Packers, Inc., to be made as needed by the latter during the processing of such contract.

  9. "To The Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate, To the Committee on Government Operations of the United States Senate"
    Date: (?)
    Report No.: (?)
    Report by: Paul Crouch.
    Content: Paul Crouch charges Hon. Herbert Brownell, Jr., Attorney General of the United States; and Mr. William Rogers, Deputy Attorney General of the United States for giving considerable aid and comfort to the enemies of the U.S.

  10. "Subversive and Illegal Aliens in the United States"
    Date: 82nd Congress, 1st Session, 1951
    Report No.: 2
    Report by: Subcommittee Investigating Subversive and illegal aliens in the United States.
    Content: There is a progressively increasing number of cases of illegal aliens in the United States, including stowaways, deserting seamen and smuggled aliens. Gives information on the number of illegal aliens residing in United States.

  11. "Official Reports of The Supreme Court"
    Date: March 9, 1953
    Report No.: Volume 345, US-Number 1.
    Report by: Walter Wyatt, reporter of decisions.
    Content: Donald R. Richberg argued the case for respondent. Mr. Justice Frankfurter delivered the opinion of the court. The respondent Rumley was Secretary of an organization known as the Committee for Constitutional Government, which engaged in the sale of books of a particular tendentiousness.

  12. "From The Office of Senator Joe McCarthy"
    Date: January 29, 1957
    Report No.: 85th Congress, 1st Session.
    Report by: Office of Senator Joe McCarthy.
    Content: A resolution was introduced by Senator Joe McCarthy, that it is the sense of the Senate that American soil should not be desecrated, nor our free air pollution, by bringing such as anti-American Communist dictator to the United States.

  13. "Copy-Meeting with Stevens" (2 Copies)
    Date: 6 November.
    Report No.: (?)
    Report by: (?)
    Content: At the request of Mr. Stevens, Sen. McCarthy, Frank Carr and Roy Cohn went to Stevens office at the Pentagon for lunch and Stevens asked them to produce an outline the evidence that they will produce at their scheduled public hearings on the Army Signal Corps.

  14. "Office of the Clerk, House of Representatives"
    Date: September 10, 1954
    Report No.: 3312
    Report by: Lyle O. Snador, Clerk of the House of Representatives.
    Content: A letter addressed to Mr.Sidney H. Scheur, acknowledging the receipt of his statement of receipts and expenditure, as Treasurer of the above Committee, for the period ended September 8, 1954.

  15. "Congressional Record-Appendix"
    Date: June 10, 1957
    Report No.: (?)
    Report by: Extension of Remarks, Hon. Francis E. Walter of Pennsylvania.
    Content: His purpose was to commend his fellow commissioner for their tireless and objective dedication to their work.

    Article #2: "Congressional Record-Appendix"
    Report by: Extension of Remarks, Hon. Barry Goldwater of Arizona.
    Content: Mr. Goldwater, Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent that the address I made before the Wisconsin Republican State convention on June 8, 1957, be printed in the Appendix of the Record.

    Article #3: "Congressional Record-Appendix"
    Report by: Extension of Remarks, Hon. Wayne Morse of Oregon.
    Content: Mr. President, on last Monday 4, the senior Senator from Illinois addressed the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association in Chicago on the subject of a capital budget for the Federal Government. In the speech the Senator outlined the basic defects in our present budgeting system, namely that it does not present a true picture of the assets and liabilities of the American people as a whole.

    Article #4: "Congressional Record-Appendix"
    Report by: Extension of Remarks, Hon. Lawrence H. Smith of Wisconsin.
    Content: Mr. speaker, as part of my remarks, I am offering at this point an important article indicating the extent of Soviet penetration into American industry.

    Article #5: "Congressional Record-Appendix"
    Report by: Extension of Remarks, Hon. Wayne L. Hays of Ohio.
    Content: Mr. Speaker, I was disturbed during the debate on the appropriation bill for the State Department USIA, Justice, and related agencies when it was alleged that the United States Information Agency $100,000 to produce a film which was said to be a flop.

    Article #6: "Congressional Record-Appendix"
    Report by: Extension of Remarks, Hon. Edna F. Kelly of New York.
    Content: Mr. Kelly suggests that Mr. Mangano's lecture at St. John's University on practical politics is an excellent discussion on their two-party system.

  16. "Documents, papers, reports, hearings transcripts, etc. from the files of the Subcommittee on privileges & Elections of the Committee on Rules and Administration."
    Date: (?)
    Report No.: (?)
    Report by: (?)
    Content: A list of the number of copies and volume numbers of documents, papers, reports etc.


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