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A-6848623, Chou, Pei Chi. 0300-464138, Chow, Wei Teh. A-6083902, Diao, Kai-I also known as Kenneth Diao. A-9518855, Ding, Ngiam Hai also known as Ngiam Ah Hai. A-5993457, Fok, Wai Yuen also known as Fok Wai Yuen. A-7386136, Fung, Choi-Kai Joyce (now Hung). A-6281490, Gi-Ming, Shien. A-7476728, Gregory, Evelyn Alexander. A-7828957, Hamza, Milos. A-7828958, Hamza, Jirina. A-9730789, Heng, Loy Wang. A-3653325, Ho, Ching or Ho Ching. A-6973660, Hsi, Leo Leonard Te-Kee or Te-Kee Hsi. A-7463500, Huang, Chang Chiang. A-7436710, Huang, Ching Wai. A-10634040, Huang, Tso Chiu. A-8935458, Huang, Hsin Chou. A-4380982, Klikos, Miroslav Antonin. A-9825359, Kreft, Frank. A-8877776, Krneta, Jovo alias Girolamo Baldi. A-10060228, Lechich, Dominick. A-8153698, Lee, Maria Pao-Hsin. A-6457466, Lee, Si Yu aka Francis S. Y. Lee. A-7071962, Li, Chun Hsia or Sister Elizabeth Ann Li. A-6904311, Li, Min Hsin. A-7197265, Lichtman, Lester formerly Ladislaw Lichtman. A-6275288, Lin, Teh Ping. A-6967743, Lin, Shih-Chia Chen. A-7357783, Liu, Hsien Chou. A-6904312, Liu, Tse Chi. A-9653780, Loy, Chong or Loy Chong. A-7457664, Meszaros, Julia. A-7962334, Moscovic, Dora. A-9564547, Ning, Bai Ah. A-6848119, Pan, Huo-Hsi. A-7073694, Phares, Olga (nee Kosciukiewicz). A-10255990, Puss, Vendelin. A-9702528, Siew, Yao or Sang Siow or Siew Sang. A-10125287, Soon, Chin Wing. A-6083861, Tang, Yung-Chien. A-9769869, Tew, Tan Boon. A-7250897, Ting, Robert Chin-Yao. A-10135655, Tomson, Martin. A-9542545, Wan, Lee Lin. A-7282998, Wang, Sally Bei-Fong or Sally Wang. A-6847731, Wang, Tien Chuan. A-7850781, Wang, Chan-Pao Hsu. A-8103726, Chen, Franklin Yueh-Kun. A-7462163, Chen, William Ming-Cheh. A-7879901, Chu, Yang Ming: A-10054867, Goldblat, Fajwel also known as Felix Fibich. A-10256870, Goldblat, Judyta Berg also known as Judith Fibich. A-7298907, Huang, Yen Yu. A-6752079, Kleinberger, Salomon. A-6752080, Kleinberger, Blima Blanca. A-6967294, Lu, Kuang-Huan. A-7052508, Ma, John Ta-Jen also known as John T. Ma or Ta-Jen Ma.

A-7961399, Pao, Shih Kuo also known as James Shih-Kuo Pao. A-6848682, Sih, Nan Sze. A-6624714, Sze, Wei Tseng. A-7948622, Tang, Yun Shou or Edward Tang or Edward Y. S. Tang A-7247117, Teitelbaum, Isak. A-5094926, Wang, Chuan Yuang also known as Tanner Wang. A-7456033, Werdyger, David. A-10256183, Werdyger, Malvina. A-7274347, Woo, Henry Kuo Chuan. A-10259861, Wu, Cheng Tsu. A-7368967, Wu, Marjory Min-Yen. A-6975565, Wu, Te-Heng. A-6855615, Yao, Ven Chen. A-10143707, Yee, Ting Sun. A-10143708, Wong, Lan Coke. A-10143709, Yee, Kock Chue. A-10143712, Yee, Kock Wei. A-10143713, Yee, Wei Goon. A-10143715, Yee, Kock Lan. A-6986480, Yeh, Frances Tsu-Yi Cheng. A-6694194, Ying, Tao Chen also known as Stephen Tao Chen Ying. A-6819620, Ying Mildred Wu (nee Mildred Chien Hwa) Wu. A-10053774, Yong, Lai or For Yong or Lai Lung. A-10135610, Yu, Chin Ziang also known as Charles Yu. A-7366164, Yuan, Tung Li. A-7366165, Yuan, Hui Hsi. A-7193592, Zissu, Iancu. A-6976769, Zissu, Eugenia (nee Wentraub). A-10259134, Chao, Lee Sih. A-7288302, Cheng, Samuel or Kuo Yue Cheng.

A-7133245, Chin, Yang Sih also known as Steve S. C. Yang, or Sih Chin Yang

A-6811398, Jankowski, Zbigniew. A-9657674, San, Lam. A-6958601, Yee, Rose or Gum-Yuen Yee. A-5869760, Ivanac Krist. A-7389499, Wei, Charles Whua-Fu. A-6881735, Wu Tien Hsiang Tu also known as Julia Tu Wu. A-6626309, Morel, Marta. A-6627930, Morel, Isabel. A-7099115, Cheng, Yi-Jong or Yi Jong Cheng or John Tung Cheng

A-6918487, Dobroliuboff, Victor John also known as Victor J. Doberly.

A-6918488, Dobroliuboff, Helen (nee Helen Antonoff) also known as Helen Dobely.

A-8091959, Tung, Shih-Tsin.
A-10491938, Tung, Nei-Chu.
A-10491940, Tung, Pao-Ho.
A-7285976, Chang, Chien-Hsin.

A-10245366, Hsu, Kan also known as Ko Ding Hsu also known as Chang Sang

A-10236079, Shun, Chu also known as Chiu Mo Cheong.
A-10044761, Yenovkian, Leonora Levon.
A-7247342, Hsieh, Jui-Chang.
A-6958651, Kwang, Ching-Wen.
A-6967576, Liu, Yung-Tsu.

A-11046594, Mow, Sun Wah.
A-9733991, Shio, Han-Sun.
A-6033416, Wang, Tien Shan.
A-9753687, Yue, Tsing-See.
A-10135748, Chan, Siu-Ching.
A-9245733, Ching, Pui.
A-6903682, Jakab, Salamon.
A-7395167, Tang, Robert Cheng-Wei.
A-5927903, Wong, Ah Sai.
A-6712037, Hu, Kwoh Hsien.
A-7910399, Kao, Hans Chuan.
A-6737210, Lee, Thomas Ming-Lung.
A-7865355, Keh, (Edward) Shou Shreu.
A-7865356, Keh, Martha Mei Sing (nee Chen).
A-6848016, Teng, Paul or Paul Chien Yao Teng.
A-9801087, Yin, Chow Kwong.
A-6967269, Chow, Tsing Tai also known as Howard T. Chow.
A-6967273, Ku, Anna Marie.
A-10290389, Tung, Chang Chien.
A-6081266, Hsu, James Pei-Chung.
A-8091343, Sing, Leung or Leung Sui Wah Chan.
A-7210285, Olas, Pavol Jozef.
A-10256998, Leung, Chun.
A-9764946, On, Lo.
A-8248567, Blaszkowski, Henryk.
A-9777521, Kuan, Ho.
Passed August 13, 1958.

August 16, 1958
[S, Con. Res. 52)

NEVADA CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
Whereas June 8, 1959, marks the one hundredth anniversary of the

first significant discovery of silver in the United States at the
Comstock Lode, Virginia City, State of Nevada: Now, therefore,
be it

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the Congress extends greetings and felicitations to the citizens of the State of Nevada, and particularly to the Nevada Centennial Committee, upon the occasion of their commemorative celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the first significant discovery of silver in the United States.

Agreed to August 16, 1958.

Aug ust 20, 1958 (H, Con. Res. 380)

Ante, p. 1004.

CORRECTION OF H. R. 13132
Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring),
That the Clerk of the House of Representatives, in the enrollment of
the bill (H. R. 13132) to amend the District of Columbia Teachers'
Salary Act of 1955, is authorized and directed-

(1) in the amendment to section 4 of the Act of August 5, 1955 (House engrossed bill, page 6, line 18), to strike out "salary Class" and insert in lieu thereof "salary class";

(2) in the amendment to section 4 of the Act of August 5, 1955 (House engrossed bill, page 6, line 21), to strike out “possess” and insert "possesses”;

(3) in the amendment to section 13 of the Act of August 5, 1955 (House engrossed bill, page 14), in the table, in Per diem

step 2 for Principal, senior high school, strike out "25.57" and insert in lieu thereof “27.57";

(4) in the amendment to section 15 of the Act of August 5, 1955 (House engrossed bill, page 16, line 4), strike out "inserting at the end of the first sentence (ex-" and insert in lieu thereof "inserting immediately before the period at the end of the first

sentence, ex-".
Passed August 20, 1958.

August 20, 1958
[S. Con. Res. 116)

EURATOM
Whereas the United States of America has instituted a program of

international cooperation to make available to cooperating nations
the benefits of peaceful applications of atomic energy; and
Whereas the United States of America and the European Atomic

Energy Community (EURATOM) have entered into an agreement providing for cooperation in programs designed to advance the peaceful application of atomic energy: Therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That pursuant to the provisions of sections 11 (1) and 124 of the

Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, the agreement between the 42°09's 2 2014: Government of the United States of America and the European

Atomic Energy Community. (EURATOM), signed at Brussels on May 29, 1958, and at Washington on June 19, 1958, concerning cooperation between the parties in programs for the advancement of the peaceful application of atomic energy, be and hereby is approved. This resolution does not constitute approval or disapproval of the memorandum of understanding, or any other agreements which have not been formally approved or authorized by the Congress.

Agreed to August 20, 1958.

Atomic energy.

Peaceful appli. cation.

Stat, 922,940.

2154.

August 22, 1958
[S. Con. Res. 37)

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
Whereas baseball is universally recognized as the American national

sport, a sport that in the more than one hundred years of its exist-
ence has captured the imagination and zeal of most of our youth and

has spread to other lands; and Whereas millions of Americans have participated either as players or

spectators in countless school, college, community, or professional leagues since Abner Doubleday conceived the first game of “town

ball” in 1839 in Cooperstown, New York; and Whereas modern American baseball teams have achieved wide acclaim

in exhibition tours in foreign lands and have been generally accepted as among our finest good will ambassadors abroad; and Whereas baseball epitomizes our highest ideals of sportsmanship and

fair play; and Whereas there was established in 1938 at Cooperstown, near the site of

the first game, the Baseball Hall of Fame; and Whereas the Baseball Hall of Fame is the shrine of the game's immor

tals whose exploits are there preserved for the inspiration of future generations: Therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), Baseball Hall of That the Congress hereby recognizes the Baseball Hall of Fame at Foamne, n. 2.perso Cooperstown, New York, as a memorial to individuals who have made

outstanding contributions to the sport of baseball and as a fitting and valuable institution for the collection and preservation of famous tokens and other evidences and data relating to our national game.

Agreed to August 22, 1958.

Dr. F. R. Sabin, statue.

Acceptance.

August 22, 1958 STATUE OF DR. FLORENCE RENA SABIN IN STATUARY HALL

(S. Čon. Res. 102] Resolved by the Senate (the Houxe of Representatives concurring), That the statue of Doctor Florence Rena Sabin, presented by the State of Colorado, to be placed in the Statuary Hall collection, is accepted in the name of the United States, and that the thanks of the Congress be tendered such State for the contribution of the statue of one of its most eminent citizens, illustrious for her work in the field of medicine, and be it further Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions, suitably engrossed and copy to Gov.

ernor of Colorado. duly authenticated, be transmitted to the Governor of Colorado.

Agreed to August 22, 1958.

August 22, 1958 [S. Con, Res. 103)

Dr. F. R. Sabin, statue,

STATUE OF DR. FLORENCE RENA SABIN IN CAPITOL ROTUNDA

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the State of Colorado is hereby authorized to place temporarily in the rotunda of the Capitol a statue of the late Doctor Florence Rena Sabin, of Colorado, and to hold ceremonies in the rotunda on such occasion; and the Architect of the Capitol is hereby authorized to make the necessary arrangements therefor.

Agreed to August 22, 1958.

August 22, 1958
[S. Con. Res. 109]

United Nations.

Establishing forces,

UNITED NATIONS Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That it is the sense of the Congress that consideration should immediately be given by the General Assembly of the United Nations to the development, within its permanent structure, of such organization and procedures as will enable the United Nations promptly to employ suitable United Nations forces for such purposes as observation and patrol in situations that threaten international peace and security.

Agreed to August 22, 1958.

August 22, 1958 FINAL REPORT OF SUBCOMMITTEE ON DISARMA MENT

(s. Con. Res. 111) Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the final report of the Subcommittee on Disarmament of the

Printing of ro

port as Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, under authority of S. Res. 241, document. agreed to January 29, 1958, shall be printed as a Senate document, with illustrations, and that two thousand additional copies shall be printed for use of the Committee on Foreign Relations.

Agreed to August 22, 1958.

August 22, 1958 [S, Con. Res. 121)

Ante, p. 1706.

CORRECTION OF S. J. RES. 135
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),
That the Secretary of the Senate be, and he is hereby, authorized and
directed, in the enrollment of the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 135)

providing for the construction by the Department of the Interior of demonstration plants for the production, from saline or brackish waters, of water suitable for agricultural, industrial, municipal, and other beneficial consumptive uses, to strike out, in the language agreed to by the conferees on House amendment numbered 15, in the second sentence beginning with the word “Unobligated", the numeral “1956" and in lieu thereof insert "1952”.

Agreed to August 22, 1958.

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