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Assistant Commissioner for Legislation; and Ray M. Fry, Director,
Warden, Mrs. Margaret, trustee, Great Falls Public Library, Great
“Library Service Institutions-Pennsylvania,” an article entitled.
Hathaway, Hon. William D., a Representative in Congress from the
South Dakota, letter from, dated December 22, 1969--
letter from, dated December 17, 1969..
Wisconsin, letter from, dated February 18, 1970.-
Howard, Milo B., Jr., director, Department of Archives and
History State of Alabama, letter from, dated December 1,
Kahn, Herman, president, the Society of American Archivists,
New Haven, Conn., letter from, dated September 8, 1969.
letter from, dated December 29, 1969.-
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Prepared statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.--Continued
Krasean, Thomas, State archivist, Indiana State Library, letter
from, dated December 22, 1969.--
tory, State of Mississippi, letter from, dated December 18,
dated June 30, 1969..
State Education Department, statement of -
Record,” an article entitled..
Brademas, dated September 8, 1970.--
Public Library,” an article entitled.
Montana 1956–69 (table) -
assistance from LSCA title II funds..
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Present: Representatives Perkins, Brademas, Daniels, Meeds, Steiger and Hansen.
Staff members present: Jack G. Duncan, counsel; Ronald L. Katz, assistant staff director; Arlene Horowitz, staff assistant, Toni Immerman, clerk, and Marty La Vor, minority legislative coordinator.
(Texts of H.R. 16365 and S. 3318 follow:)
H. R. 16365
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
MARCH 10, 1970 Mr. AYRES (for himself, Mr. QUIE, Mr. REm of New York, Mr. ERLENBORN,
Mr. DELLENBACK, Mr. Esch, and Mr. COLLINS) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Education and Labor
1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 That this Act may be cited as the "Library Services and
SEC. 2. It is the purpose of this Act, in order to improve
7 the administration and implementation of programs under
8 the Library Services and Construction Act, to lessen the
9 administrative burden upon the States through reduction
10 of the number of State plans under such Act from five to one
11 and to afford the States greater discretion in allocating funds
1 under such Act to meet specific State needs by combining 2 within a single authorization the programs formerly author3 ized by titles I, II, III, and IV of such Act. It is the further
purpose of this Act to offer greater encouragement to the 5 Stateş to extend library services to areas with high concentra6 tions of low-income families and without adequate library
8 CONSOLIDATION OF TITLES I, II, III, AND IV OF LIBRARY
SERVICES AND CONSTRUCTION ACT
SEC. 3. The Library Services and Construction Act is
11 amended by striking out everything after section 2 thereof
"SEC. 101. (a) The Commissioner of Education (here17 inafter in this Act referred to as the 'Commissioner') shall
carry out a program for making grants to the States for the uses and purposes set forth in section 103 of this title.
“(b) For the purpose of making such grants, there are
21 authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary
22. for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1972, and for each of the 23. four succeeding fiscal years.
“ALLOTMENTS TO STATES
25 "SEC. 102. (a) (1) From the sums appropriated pur26 suant to section 101 (b) for carrying out this title for any