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July 28, 1958 [H, Con. Res. 344] BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF THE AMERICAN CONGRESS

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), Puscantins e as That there shall be compiled and printed, with illustrations as a

House document, in such style and form as may be directed by the
Joint Committee on Printing, a revised edition of the Biographical

Directory of the American Congress up to and including the EightyAdditional sixth Congress (1774–1960); and that six thousand five hundred

additional copies shall be printed, of which four thousand four hundred copies shall be for the use of the House of Representatives, one thousand six hundred copies for the use of the Senate, and five hundred copies for the use of the Joint Committee on Printing.

Passed July 28, 1958.

copies.

July 29, 1958
(S. Con. Res. 83]

DE PORTATION SUSPENSIONS
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring)
That the Congress favors the suspension of deportation in the case of
each alien hereinafter named, in which case the Attorney General has
suspended deportation pursuant to the provisions of section 244 (a)
(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (66 Stat. 214; 8 U. S. C.
1254 (c)):

A-10150440, Herrmann, William Ernst.
A-1607807, Latva, Karl Assari.
A-2752014, Nagae, Toshiyoshi.
A-2183058, Ritchie, Anna.
A-2429881, Rotzer, John.
A-2476554, Akelaitis, Anthony Peter.
A-5591361, Brisbeno-Cerano, Pablo.
A-2154168, Gerard, Thursa Bashey.
A-4296775, Philippou, Michael.
A-5077628, Abrams, William.
A-1884341, Billeck, Mike.
A-1223150, Franzone, Peter.
A-8765622, Ramos-Alonzo, Valentin.
A-4753944, Souza, Manuel Francis.
A-1024497, Strk, Ilija.
A-4317593, Vir, David.
A-8814394, Waúlke, Samuel S.
A-5940048, Wienski (Wiensky), Nicholas.
A-5858232, Contreras-Munoz, Jose.
A-5969807, Cehringer, Henry Charles.
A-5472840, Derymonjian, Oskan.
A-4285329, Heeney, William Michael Francis.
A-4765082, Lledo, Jaime Cano.
A-5987889, Pietzak, Joseph Adam.
A-5093624, Anthonis, Frank.
A-3090457, Butler, Anna Lucretia.
A-4335159, Gugenhan, Frederick.
A-4011582, Luper, Max.
A-3007376, Orosco, Nabor.
A-1199762, Thompson, Arthur Fisher.
A-4792609, Tima, Emery James.
A-5418531, Kuch, Bronislaw.
A-2746556, Nunez-Arreguin, Francisco.
A-4539823, Sailer, Johann N.
A-1852300, Valdastri, Joseph.
A-10139136, Weiner, Benjamin.

A-2807195, Burnett, John Lionel.
A-1229447, Echevarria, Felipe.
A-5048277, Geller, Samuel.
A-5052632, Israel (Izrael), Joseph.
A-5511254, Sollano (Sallano), Salvatore.
A-5592838, Sonneborn, Herbert Joseph.
A-1895860, Tellez-Lara, Salvador.
A-5967610, Toy, Nee.
A-4656191, Wantroba (Watroba), Thomas.
A-4717588, Zukowski, Antonina.
A-4282074, Krawczuk, Peter.
A-2471862, Miszer, Ignatz.
A-8925175, Rich, Martha Lucille.
A-4926883, Leonelli, Eldo.
A-10255683, Ross, Maurice.
A-1899483, Bravo, Lucio.
1-3073370, Consiglio, Anthony.
A-4195275, Evans, Julia.
A-6151475, Lowenthal, Philip Herman.
A-2053517, Aalto, George.
A-8890731, Constante-Fregoso, Rogilio.
A-10158255, Espinosa-Delgado, Miguel.
A-3818164, Jugloff, Theodore Louis.
A-1453355, Naftaniel, Nick.
A-10155976, Sederes, James George.
A-3339304, Brini, Pasquale Luigi.
A-2129962, Flores, Lino B.
A-2157328, Suarez, Ysidro, Jr.
A-4760319, Ho, Chu Hum.
4-6038920, Liedtke, Fred.
4-2181210, Puretz, Leo.
A-3411085, Tornello, Michael.
A-6487465, Valenti, Rocco.
Agreed to July 29, 1958.

July 29, 1958 (s. Con. Res. 92)

66 Stat. 217.

JESUS ANGEL-MORENO Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the Congress, in accordance with section 246 (a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U. S. C. A. 1256 (a)), withdraws the suspension of deportation in the case of Jesus Angel-Moreno (A-8065711) which was previously granted by the Attorney General and approved by the Congress.

Agreed to July 29, 1958.

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August 6, 1958 STATUE OF DR. FLORENCE RENA SABIN

(s. Con. Res. 104] Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the proceedings at the presentation, dedication, and acceptance Printing of proof the statue of Doctor Florence Rena Sabin, to be presented by the document. State of Colorado in the rotunda of the Capitol, together with appropriate illustrations and other pertinent matter, shall be printed as a Senate document. The copy for such Senate document shall be prepared under the supervision of the Joint Committee on Printing.

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Additional copies.

SEC. 2. There shall be printed five thousand additional copies of such Senate document, which shall be bound in such style as the Joint Committee on Printing shall direct, and of which one hundred copies shall be for the use of the Senate and one thousand six hundred copies shall be for the use of the Members of the Senate from the State of Colorado, and five hundred copies shall be for the use of the House of Representatives and two thousand eight hundred copies shall be for the use of the Members of the House of Representatives from the State of Colorado.

Agreed to August 6, 1958.

August 6, 1958 (S. Con. Res. 107)

“INQUIRY INTO SATELLITE AND MISSILE PROGRAMS"

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), hearings. Pirinenting of That there shall be printed for the use of the committee, one thousand

additional copies of parts 1 and 2 of the hearings before the Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee of the Senate Armed Services Committee, entitled"Inquiry Into Satellite and Missile Programs."

Agreed to August 6, 1958.

August 7, 1958 [S. Con. Res. 112)

Ante, p. 596.

REENROLLMENT OF S. 359 Rexolred by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the President of the United States be, and he is hereby, requested to return to the Senate the enrolled bill (S. 359) to permit desert land entries on disconnected tracts of lands which, in the case of any one entryman, form a compact unit and do not exceed in the aggregate three hundred and twenty acres; that if and when said bill is returned, the action of the Presiding Officers of the two Houses in signing said bill shall be deemed to be rescinded; and the Secretary of the Senate be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to reenroll sa id bill with the following changes, namely:

On page 2, line 9, of the engrossed bill, strike out all after “person" down through and including “Interior." in line 11, and insert : "shall be sufficiently close to each other to be managed satisfactorily as an economic unit, as determined under rules and regulations issued by the Secretary of the Interior."

On page 3, line 5, of said engrossed bill, strike out all after "section" down through and including “Interior." in line 7, and insert: “shall be sufficiently close to each other to be managed satisfactorily as an economic unit, as determined under rules and regulations issued by the Secretary of the Interior." Agreed to August 7, 1958.

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August 8, 1958 (H. Con. Res. 372)

Ante, p. 603.

REENROLLMENT OF H. R. 13209 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the President of the United States is hereby requested to return to the House of Representatives the enrolled bíll (H. R. 13209), to provide for adjustments in the lands or interests therein acquired for the Albeni Fauls Reservoir project, Idaho, by the reconveyance of certain lands or interests therein to the former owners thereof; that if and when such bill is returned by the President, the action of the Speaker of the House of Representatives and of the President of the Senate in siguing such bill is hereby rescinded; and that the Clerk of the House of Representatives is hereby authorized and directed, in the reenrollment of such bill, to make the following changes: On page 3, line 21 of the House engrossed bill, strike out "for" and insert in lieu thereof "from".

Passed August 8, 1958.

August 11, 1958 (H. Con. Res. 295)

HALL OF FAME FOR AGRICULTURE
Whereas many of our bravest men and most valiant soldiers were of

an agricultural background; and
Whereas the Founding Fathers of this Republic and many of its most

eminent leaders were farmers; and Whereas agriculture has played a dominant role in the rise of our

country to greatness; and Whereas there now exist halls of fame recognizing the glorious past

for the baseball player, the cowboy, and others; and Whereas the ox yoke, the bull-tongue plow, the hand-forged iron

kettle, and the sod house represent the evolution of agricultural
technology in this country and the difficulties which a determined
people faced and successfully overcame in improving their way of

Îife; and
Whereas our American heritage should be preserved and tribute

should be paid to the great men and women who over the years
have helped to make American agriculture the most productive in
the world: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring),
That it is the sense of the Congress that there be established and main-
tained, as a memorial to the important role played by agriculture in
the development of our Nation, a Hall of Fame for Agriculture,
wherein there will be collected and preserved for posterity relics,
artifacts, and other evidence and data relating to agriculture and the
great contributions it has made and continues to make in the rise to
greatness of our country; and the Congress does hereby commend,
encourage, and sanction the efforts to establish such a hall of fame.

Passed August 11, 1958.

Hall of Fame for Agriculture.

August 12, 1958 (s. Con, Res, 67]

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DEPORTATION SUSPENSIONS
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),
That the Congress favors the suspension of deportation in the case of
each alien hereinafter named, in which case the Attorney General has
suspended deportation for more than six months:

A-6013531, Conrad, John Eddy.
A-6854175, Khan, Young.
A-5609821, Lago, Manuel.
A-8024172, Romero-Garcia, Jose Esteban.
A-5919886, Karlquist, Karl Runar.
A-10375272, Ming, Dan Ah.
A-4994479, Schmidt, Anton.
A-4778249, Tapia-Palacios, Leandro.
A-7927373, Antoncich, Anthony Joseph.
A-5270094, Grammatikos, Nicolaos T.
A-4403972, Li, Ru-Chao.
A-6899735, Garcia-Travesi, Carlos.
A-3470764, Hicks, Prudence.
A-3535360, Ares, Leonide Ituarta.
A-5987407, Gavaletz, James.

A-8001256, Kim, Lim Hong.
A-9561104, Yan, Sang.
A-2482835, Ali, Manan Bin.
A-8976987, Olvera-Gonzalez, Juan Manuel.
A-9836556, Tamm, Salme.
A-8996122, Jing, Yee Fong.
A-6859008, Ornelas-Alvarado, Carlos.
A-7390668, Fong, Ng Ben.
A-6590561, Lopez, Vincent Manuel.
A-5091348, Panzani, Natale.
A-3247674, Pellegri, Fert.
A-7266069, Wong, Henry.
A-10256415, Freund, Eva.
A-9652037, Muk, Fong.
A-2627821, Reinhardt, Fritz Willy.
A-9752493, Juan, Han Heng.
A-2716669, Pena-Morales, Victor.
A-4276892, Yang, Fuh Yu.
Agreed to August 12, 1958.

August 12, 1958
(S. Con. Res. 113)

REENROLLMENT OF S. 4002
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),

That the President of the United States be, and he is hereby, reAnte, p. 687. quested to return to the Senate the enrolled bill (S. 4002) to authorize

the Gray Reef Dam and Reservoir as a part of the Glendo unit of the Missouri River Basin project; that if and when said bill is returned, the action of the Presiding Officers of the two Houses in signing said bill shall be deemed to be rescinded; and the Secretary of the Senate be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to reenroll said bill with the following change, namely:

In lines 12 and 13 of the engrossed bill, strike out "submitted and approved by the Secretary of the Interior and insert: "approved by the Secretary of the Interior and submitted to the President and the Congress”.

Agreed to August 12, 1958.

August 13, 1958 (H, Con. Res. 321)

50 USC app. 1971d.

GRANTING OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE TO CERTAIN ALIENS Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That the Congress approves the granting of the status of permanent residence in the case of each alien hereinafter named, in which case the Attorney General has determined that such alien is qualified under the provisions of section 6 of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, as amended (67 Stat. 403; 68 Stat. 1044):

A-8153600, Basch, Herman.
A-10255826, Bilici, Stefan.
A-10256997, Boullen, Eugenie (nee Eugenia Melania Trumauer).
A-10073241, Chang, Chi Hsuan.
A-6967266, Chao, Yao-Ting or Irene Yao-Ting Chao.
A-9526176, Chee, Lok.
A-7462164, Chen, Frank Ming-Chen.
A-6992028, Chen, Stephen Shu-Hua.
A-7777045, Ching, Peter Pan-Shih or Peter P. S. Ching.
A-7071963, Chiou, Huei Chen or Sister Theresa Mary Chiou.
A-6904319, Chou, Carl Nai Wen.

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