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Known as the little giant from Little Dixie Carl Bert Albert was only a few inches over five feet tall He was named after his mothers father Carl being a shorter version of Carlton and Bet from his fathers brother Carl Albert was born on May 10 1908 He was born in a mining camp near McAlester Oklahoma He grew up in a log cabin on a nearby farm His parents were Ernest Homer Albert a coal miner and a farmer and Leona Scott AlbertIn high school he worked on his speaking skills to win a regional oratorical contest in 1927 and a national competition in 1928 The greatest accomplishment of his youth came after graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 1931 After he graduated he won a Rhodes scholarship The next three years of his life were spent at Oxford University He received a Bachelor of Civil Laws from Oxford UniversityAlbert went to England to do some business When he returned from England in 1934 Albert worked for the Federal Housing Administration for three years While he was working for the Federal Housing Administration he was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar He spent six years in the practice of oil law in Oklahoma Illinois and Ohio In 1941 he entered the armed forces as a private He served in the Third Armored Division but he served mostly in the Judge Advocate General Corps In 1942 he married Mary Harmon while he was in the ArmyAlbert left the Army as a Lieutenant Colonel in February1946 When he returned to Oklahoma he planned to be an attorney Instead of being an attorney he ran for Congress He files as a candidate for the Democratic primary of Oklahomas US Congressional Third District on the same day that the incumbent retired It was the hardest race he ever faced There was no clear winner in the primary He was forced into a runoff that he got through
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