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Omar Burleson Speaking at Banquet

Description: Photograph of Omar Burleson giving a speech at a banquet in his honor in Cisco, TX. I his hand, he has a wrapped box. To his back are the American flag and the Texas flag. A large welcome sign is above his head. On the table in front of the podium are various plates and cups. A woman is seated to the left.
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Omar Burleson Banquet

Description: Photograph of the head table at a banquet in Cisco, TX. A man is standing at a podium behind the table. Behind him are an American flag and a large welcome sign. Several people are seated to either side of the podium.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Omar Burleson Receiving Gift at Banquet

Description: Photograph of the head table at a banquet in Cisco, TX. A man is behind the podium, presenting a gift to U.S. Representative Omar Burleson. To the back is an American flag and a large welcome sign. A large flower arrangement is in front of the podium. Several people sit to either side of the podium.
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Omar Burleson Banquet

Description: Photograph of a man speaking from a podium at a banquet in Cisco, TX. Behind him is an American flag and on the wall is a large welcome sign. To the side sits another man. On the table are a large flower arrangement and various condiments.
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Mrs. Burleson Receiving Roses at Banquet

Description: Photograph of a banquet in Cisco, TX in honor of U.S. Representative Omar Burleson. A young woman, dressed in an elaborate white gown, is presenting a bouquet of roses to Mrs. Burleson. Mrs. Burleson is leaning across the head table to accept the roses. In the table is an ornate flower arrangement and on the back wall is a set of crossed flags.
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Omar Burleson Banquet

Description: Photograph of a man at the podium at a banquet in honor of U.S. Representative Omar Burleson in Cisco, TX. He does not appear to be speaking. On the table are a large arrangement of flowers and various condiments. Another man sits to the right. On the back wall are an American flag, and a large welcome sign.
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Omar Burleson Banquet

Description: Photograph of a man at the podium at a banquet in honor of U.S. Representative Omar Burleson in Cisco, TX. He is speaking to the assembled audience. On the table are a large arrangement of flowers and various condiments. Another man sits to the right. On the back wall are an American flag, and a large welcome sign.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Omar Burleson Banquet

Description: Photograph of a group of people at a banquet in Cisco, TX listening to a speech. They are seated at a long banquet table. On the table are a variety of utensils, plates, cups, and condiments.
Date: 1957
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[John Tower Speech to Texas Association of Rural Water Cooperatives about Rural Development, February 1, 1974]

Description: Speech given to the Texas Association of Rural Water Cooperatives on February 1, 1974 by Senator John Tower. Tower describes how the Administration and Congress are working to facilitate growth in rural areas, but they face several obstacles. There is disagreement about the goals of rural development and how they should be implemented, and even where legislators do agree, there are practical obstacles to implementation. Yet, there is a consensus that rural areas need more job opportunities, increased income levels, improved housing, and higher quality community services. The members of the Texas Association of Rural Water Cooperatives play a key role in improving quality of life by providing and improving water and sewage facilities.
Date: February 1, 1974
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[Revision 3 of John Tower Speech to The Society of Exploration Geophysicists about the Oil Industry's Role in Stagflation, 197?]

Description: Third Revision of speech prepared by Senator John Tower to give to The Society of Exploration Geophysicists. According to Senator Tower, changes need to happen in the oil industry so as to reduce foreign dependence and to deter excessive consumption, but he disagrees with certain federal policies toward the oil industry that are being considered. He asserts that legislators mistakenly blame the country's economic woes on fossil fuel industries and support laws that will end up hampering or even collapsing this part of the economy that contributes very little to recession and inflation problems.
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[John Tower speech to 30th annual Homebuilders Convention about current economy, mortgage industry, etc., 1974?]

Description: Speech, 30th Homebuilders Convention, "Congress Looks at Housing", Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, HUD, Energy Shortage, Mortgages, Energy Crisis, Omnibus Housing Bill, Housing Rehabilitation, Mortgage Interest Rate, Economy, Financial Institutions, Depletion Allowance, Investment Tax Credit, Wellhead Price of Oil and Gas, Deregulate Prices, Federal Power Commission
Date: 1974~
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[Revision 1 of John Tower Speech to The Society of Exploration Geophysicists about the Oil Industry's Role in Stagflation, 197?]

Description: First Revision of speech prepared by Senator John Tower to give to The Society of Exploration Geophysicists. According to Senator Tower, changes need to happen in the oil industry so as to reduce foreign dependence and to deter excessive consumption, but he disagrees with certain federal policies toward the oil industry that are being considered. He asserts that legislators mistakenly blame the country's economic woes on fossil fuel industries and support laws that will end up hampering or even collapsing this part of the economy that contributes very little to recession and inflation problems.
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[John Tower Speech at Financial Times -- Oil Daily Forum Conference on Oil and Government, 1974?, Draft]

Description: Senate Resolution No. 425; geopolitics; reliance on foreign sources of energy; crude oil; OPEC; cartel; domestic production. See also: [John Tower Speech at Financial Times -- Oil Daily Forum Conference on Oil and Government, 1974?, Edit], [John Tower Speech at Financial Times -- Oil Daily Forum Conference on Oil and Government, Nov. 12, 1974, Final Copy], [John Tower Speech at Financial Times -- Oil Daily Forum Conference on Oil and Government, 1974?, Handwritten Draft no. 1] and [John Tower Speech at Financial Times -- Oil Daily Forum Conference on Oil and Government, 1974?, Handwritten Draft no. 2].
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[Draft: John Tower Speech to National Association of Home Builders and NE Retail Lumbermen's Association about proposed economic program, 1975?]

Description: Draft. See [John Tower Speech to National Assoc. of Home Builders and NE Retail Lumbermen's Assoc. about proposed economic program, 1975?]. Price supports, inflation, windfall-profits tax, excise taxes, oil consumption, conservation, credits for housing industry. Draft is heavily edited.
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[John Tower Speech to United States League of Savings Associations about Savings and Loan Policy, 197?]

Description: Speech intended to be given to the US League of Savings Associations (although never actually delivered). After referencing Senator McIntyre's points in a speech he gave the day before, Senator Tower describes measures he will promote while on the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. He states that sources of housing money should be expanded beyond savings and loan institutions, thrifts should broaden their services, government involvement in financial institutions should be reduced, consumers should be provided with all needed services (not discriminating against household services), and the federal government should support a more efficient and flexible financial system to enable financial institutions to adapt to rapid changes in society.
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[John Tower Speech to Savings and Loan Associations about Legislation Affecting Savings and Loan Industry - c. 1973]

Description: Speech delivered by Senator John Tower to Savings and Loan Associations updating them on legislative developments that may affect their industry. Tower explains changes occurring in the housing market such as reduced construction of homes and the flight of people to inner city housing. He also mentions measures that could hurt thrift associations such as President Nixon's proposal for a Department of Housing and Urban Development co-insurance program that would require savings and loan associations to insure loans with the Federal Housing Administration. There is also a major concern about Federal Reserve regulations that could essentially transfer funds from thrifts to commercial banks. To alleviate this issue, John Tower introduced and promoted Senate Joint Resolution 160 as a "band-aid" and hopes that Senate Bill 2591 will provide a more thorough diagnosis of the problem.
Date: 1973~
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[Edited Version of John Tower Speech to Small Business Professionals about the Small Business Administration, June 16, 1975]

Description: Speech given by John Tower to small business professionals. Senator Tower discusses how small businesses are good for the economy and could help alleviate current issues. However, Tower perceives three factors that hold back small businesses: federal regulation, high taxes, and federal subsidy programs that have limited impact. He proposes that the national commission on small business should study the effect of federal regulations on small businesses, the effectiveness of federal subsidy programs, and alternative solutions to create a favorable economic environment for small business. The Small Business Administration should serve as a information and resource center for small businesses to learn about ways to effectively compete.
Date: June 16, 1975
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[Revision 2 of John Tower Speech to The Society of Exploration Geophysicists about the Oil Industry's Role in Stagflation, 197?]

Description: Second Revision of speech prepared by Senator John Tower to give to The Society of Exploration Geophysicists. According to Senator Tower, changes need to happen in the oil industry so as to reduce foreign dependence and to deter excessive consumption, but he disagrees with certain federal policies toward the oil industry that are being considered. He asserts that legislators mistakenly blame the country's economic woes on fossil fuel industries and support laws that will end up hampering or even collapsing this part of the economy that contributes very little to recession and inflation problems.
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University

[John Tower Speech to Oil/Energy? Professionals about the Oil Industry's Role in the Energy Crisis, 197?]

Description: Speech by John Tower printed in The Phone publication. Senator Tower addresses professionals in the energy or oil industries and discusses the energy crisis. He criticizes those who attribute the energy crisis to the oil industry and who demand that it be federally regulated to alleviate the crisis; he says that such actions would be unnecessarily harmful to private oil production. At the end of the speech, the publication printed a brief biography about the senator.
Date: 197u
Creator: Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991
Partner: Southwestern University