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of the 83d Congress, 1st session, entitled “Positions Not Under the Civil Service," as provided for by existing law, for the use of the Senate document room.

this week, upon the request of Mr. MayBANK.

By Mr. SCHOEPPEL:
S. 1147. A bill for the relief of Karen
Ruth Bauman; to the Committee on the
Judiciary.

By Mr. SCHOEPPEL (by request):
S. 1148. A bill to amend the Merchant
Marine Act of 1936, as amended; to the
Committee on Interstate and Foreign
Commerce.

By Mr. GREEN: S. 1149. A bill to confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon the claim of Antoine Gazda; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

S. 1150. A bill to extend the franking privilege to, and to provide office facilities and secretarial assistance for, former Presidents of the United States; to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

By Mr. GORE: S. 1151. A bill authorizing the transfer to the State of Tennessee of certain lands in the Veterans' Administration Center, Mountain Home, Tenn.; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. MILLIKIN (for himself

and Mr. JOHNSON of Colorado): S. 1152. A bill to extend for a period of 5 years the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture to make loans to fur farmers; to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

By Mr. IVES (for himself and

Mr. FLANDERS): S. 1153. A bill to facilitate the broader distribution of health services, to increase the quantity and improve the quality of health services and facilities, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

S. 1154. A bill to provide for the deduction of subscription charges to certain prepayment health service plans for the purposes of the Federal income tax; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. KUCHEL: S. 1155. A bill for the relief of Giuseppe Bentivegna; and

S. 1156. A bill for the relief of Dr. Jaganath P. Chawla; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HENDRICKSON: S. 1157. A bill to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 so as to permit the reimportation free of duty of certain articles exported under lease to foreign manufacturers; to the Committee on Finance.

S. 1158. A bill for the relief of Stayka Petrovich (Stajka Petrovic); to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. LANGER: S. J. Res. 53. Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to grant to citizens of the United States who have attained the age of 18 the right to vote; to the Committee on the Judiciary. PRINTING OF ADDITIONAL COPIES OF DOCU

MENT RELATING TO POSITIONS NOT UNDER
SERVICE

Mr. CARLSON submitted the following resolution (S. Res. 87); which was referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration:

Resolved, That there be printed additional copies of Senate Document No. 18

CALENDAR UNDER RULE VIII

On motion by Mr. TAFT, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the call of the calendar be dispensed with.

EXECUTIVE SESSION On motion by Mr. FERGUSON, The Senate proceeded to the consideration of executive business; and, after the consideration of executive business,

LEGISLATIVE SESSION The Senate resumed its legislative session. SUPPLEMENTAL APPOR PRIATIONS FOR FISCAL

YEAR 1953 On motion by Mr. FERGUSON, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (H. R. 3053) making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1953, and for other purposes.

The reported amendments were agreed to, and the bill further amended on the motion of Mr. BRIDGES and the motion of Mr. HAYDEN on behalf of the Committee on Appropriations.

Ordered, That the amendments be engrossed and the bill read a third time.

The said bill, as amended, was read the third time, Resolved, That it pass.

On motion by Mr. BRIDGES, Resolved, That the Senate insist upon its amendments to the said bill and ask a conference with the House of Representatives thereon.

Ordered, That the conferees on the part of the Senate be appointed by the Vice President; and

The VICE PRESIDENT appointed Mr. BRIDGES, Mr. FERGUSON, Mr. CORDON, Mr. HAYDEN, and Mr. RUSSELL.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

ENROLLED BILL PRESENTED The Secretary reported that on today he presented to the President of the United States the enrolled joint resolution (S. J. Res. 27) to amend section 2 (a) of the National Housing Act, as amended.

COMMITTEE AUTHORIZED TO SIT The subcommitee of the Committee on the Judiciarly considering proposed constitutional amendments was authorized to sit during the session of the Senate today, on the request of Mr. KEFAUVER.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Maurer, one of its clerks:

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has disagreed to the amendments of the Senate to the bill (H. R. 3053) making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1953, and for other purposes; it agrees to the conference asked by the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon, and has appointed Mr. TABER, Mr. WIGGLESWORTH, Mr. CLEVENGER, Mr. BUSBEY, Mr. CANNON, Mr. ROONEY, and Mr. FOGARTY managers at the same on its part.

The House has passed the following bills, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

H. R. 662. An act for the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Furstenberg;

H. R. 720. An act for the relief of Mrs. Muriel J. Shingler, doing business as Shingler's Hatchery;

H. R. 724. An act for the relief of Chester H. Tuck, Mary Elizabeth Fisher, James Thomas Harper, and Mrs. T. W. Bennett;

H. R. 726. An act for the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Campion;

H. R. 739. An act for the relief of Alexander A. Senibaldi;

H. R. 759. An act for the relief of Hisami Yoshida;

H. R. 834. An act for the relief of Arthur J. Boucher;

H. R. 861. An act for the relief of Edith Marie Paulsen;

H. R. 873. An act for the relief of Mrs. Agnes Turkett;

H. R. 883. An act for the relief of Leila Park;

H. R. 886. An act for the relief of Aspasia Vezertzi;

H. R. 887. An act for the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levandoski;

H. R. 951. An act for the relief of the Trust Association of H. Kempner;

H. R. 960. An act for the relief of Charles H. Lin (also known as Lin Chao Hsi);

H. R. 969. An act for the relief of Thomas J. Morris;

H. R. 973. An act for the relief of Margaret Celikcan;

H. R. 1133. An act for the relief of the Dason Equipment Corp.;

H. R. 1193. An act for the relief of Mrs. Helga Josefa Wiley;

H. R. 1194. An act for the relief of the A. C. Israel Commodity Co., Inc.;

H. R. 1331. An act for the relief of Mrs. Katherine L. Sewell;

H. R. 1334. An act for the relief of Helmuth Wolf Gruhl;

H. R. 1362. An act for the relief of Rose Martin;

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. HENDRICKSON, at 3 o'clock and 44 minutes p. m.,

The Senate adjourned until Wednesday next.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1953 The PRESIDENT pro tempore called the Senate to order, and the Rev. W. Earl Ledden, of Syracuse, N. Y., offered prayer.

THE JOURNAL On motion by Mr. TAFT, and by unanimous consent,

The Journal of the proceedings of Monday, March 2. 1953, was approved.

SENATOR EXCUSED Mr. GREEN was excused from attendance upon the Senate for the balance of

H. R. 1451. An act for the relief of Mrs. James M. Tuten, Jr.;

H. R. 1452. An act for the relief of Joe Bargas;

H. R. 1460. An act for the relief of Harold Joe Davis;

H. R. 1461. An act for the relief of Kenneth McRight;

H. R. 1525. An act to authorize the establishment of the City of Refuge National Historical Park in the Territory of Hawaii, and for other purposes;

H. R. 1527. An act to authorize the acquisition by the United States of the remaining non-Federal lands within Big Bend National Park, and for other purposes;

H. R. 1528. An act to authorize the addition of land to the Appomattox Court House National Historical Monument, Va., and for other purposes;

H. R. 1529. An act to facilitate the development of building materials in Alaska through the removal of volcanic ash from portions of Katmai National Monument, Alaska, and for other purposes;

H. R. 1632. An act for the relief of the estate of Rene Weil;

H. R. 1636. An act for the relief of Mrs. Sylvia Simonson;

H. R. 1794. An act for the relief of Yee Kee Lam;

H. R. 1813. An act to require the recordation of scrip, lieu selection, and similar rights;

H. R. 1816. An act to repeal certain laws relating to timber and stone on the public domain;

H. R. 1883. An act for the relief of the legal guardian of Franklin Jim, a minor;

H. R. 1895. An act for the relief of Jack Kamal Samhat;

H. R. 2023. An act for the relief of William Kipf and Darold D. Selk;

H. R. 2033. An act to confer jurisdiction upon the Court of Claims to hear, determine, and render judgment upon certain claims of the Columbia Basin Orchard, the Seattle Association of Credit Men, and the Perham Fruit Corp.;

H. R. 2158. An act for the relief of Col. Harry F. Cunningham;

H. R. 2169. An act for the relief of Louis A. Schafer;

H. R. 2366. An act for the relief of Fred B. Niswonger;

H. R. 2381. An act for the relief of Winifred A. Hunter;

H.R. 2386. An act for the relief of M. Neil Andrews;

H. R, 2398. An act for the relief of Kenneth Cecil;

H. R. 2420. An act for the relief of Ruth D. Crunk;

H. R. 2433. An act for the relief of the legal guardian of Raymond Gibson, a minor;

H. R. 2466. An act to amend the act of July 12, 1950 (ch. 460, 64 Stat. 336), as amended, which authorizes free postage for members of the Armed Forces of the United States in specified areas;

H. R. 2593. An act for the relief of Emmet Wood and Viola Wood;

H. R. 2607. An act for the relief of Clifford Robinson;

H. R. 2615. An act for the relief of Juio Mercado Toledo;

H. R. 2618. An act for the relief of Santos Sanabria Alvarez;

H. R. 2645. An act for the relief of Donald James Darmody;

H. R. 2660. An act for the relief of Mrs. Juan Antonio Rivera, Mrs. Raul Valle Antelo, Mrs. Jorge Diaz Romero, Mrs. Otto Resse, and Mrs. Hugo Soria; and

H. R. 3062. An act to amend section 3841 of the Revised Statutes relating to the schedules of the arrival and departure of the mail, to repeal certain obsolete laws relating to the postal service, and for other purposes.

HOUSE BILLS REFERRED The bills this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence were severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That the bills H. R. 662, H. R. 720, H. R. 724, H. R. 726, H. R. 739, H. R. 759, H. R. 834, H. R. 861, H. R. 873, H. R. 883, H. R. 886, H. R. 887, H. R. 951, H. R. 960, H. R. 969, H. R. 973, H. R. 1133, H. R. 1193, H. R. 1194, H. R. 1331, H. R. 1362, H. R. 1451, H. R. 1452, H. R. 1460, H. R. 1461, H. R. 1632, H. R. 1636, H. R. 1794, H. R. 1883, H. R. 1895, H. R. 2023, H. R. 2033, H. R. 2158, H. R. 2169, H. R. 2366, H. R. 2381, H. R. 2386, H. R. 2398, H. R. 2420, H. R. 2433, H. R. 2593, H. R. 2607, H. R. 2615, H. R. 2618, H. R. 2645, and H. R. 2660 be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary;

That the bill H. R. 1334 be referred to the Committee on Finance;

That the bills H. R. 1525, H. R. 1527, H. R. 1528, H. R. 1529, H. R. 1813, and H. R. 1816 be referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs; and

That the bills H. R. 2466 and H. R. 3062 be referred to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

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fiscal year ended June 30, 1952; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Armed Services. ANNUAL REPORT OF FOOD AND DRUG

ADMNISTRATION The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Administrator of the Federal Security Agency, transmitting, pursuant to law, the annual report of the Food and Drug Administration of the Agency for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1952; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION PUBLICATION

ON ELECTRIC UTILITIES IN THE UNITED STATES

The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Chairman of the Federal Power Commission, transmitting a copy of its publication Statistics of Electric Utilities in the United States, 1951, Publicly Owned; which, with the accompanying document, was referred to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate the following petitions, etc., which were referred as indicated :

Resolutions adopted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho, as follows:

A joint resolution urging an adequate emergency program to control the spruce bark beetle epidemic in the State; to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry; and

A joint resolution urging an increase in the national stockpile of primary antimony and to consider the production of the same from the antimony mine and smelter at Stibnite, Idaho; to the Committee on Armed Services.

A petition from the Cuba Marble & Granite Works, Cuba, Mo., praying the passage of Senate bill 622 to make a monetary allowance in lieu of headstones or markers for certain graves; to the Committee on Armed Services.

A memorial of the House of Representatives of the Territory of Alaska favoring the apopintment of a bona fide resident and inhabitant of the Territory of Alaska to the office of Governor; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

A memorial of the Senate of the State of Arizona requesting the elimination of existing Federal laws which discriminate against Indians; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

Mr. GOLDWATER presented an identical memorial; which was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

A concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of South Dakota fayoring the enactment of legislation to provide for the payment of the exact equivalent of taxes which would otherwise be levied on lands in the State were such lands not acquired by the Federal Government and its agencies; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

GRANT OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE TO

DISPLACED PERSONS The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate two communications from the Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the Department of Justice, transmitting, pursuant to law, reports granting the applications for permanent residence of certain displaced persons, together with a statement of the reason for such grant; which, with the accompanying papers, were referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

SUSPENSION OF DEPORTATION OF ALIENS

The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Attorney General, transmitting, putsuant to law, a report stating all the facts and pertinent provisions of law in the cases of certain aliens whose deportation has been suspended for more than 6 months, together with a statement of the reason for such suspension; which with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

ANNUAL REPORT OF UNITED STATES

SOLDIERS' HOME The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Army, transmitting, pursuant to law, the annual report of the United States Soldiers' Home for the

Mr. MUNDT presented an identical resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

Mr. GOLDWATER presented a memorial of the Senate of the State of Arizona requesting the formulation of a plan for cooperation in the development of ground-water supplies on Indian reservations in central and southern Arizona; which was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

Mr. LANGER presented a resolution of the Senate of the State of North Dakota favoring effective steps to stabilize farm prices, to renew the International Wheat Agreement, and to desist dumping of Commodity Credit Corporation stocks on farm markets, which was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

Mr. KENNEDY presented a resolution adopted by the city of Medford, Mass., favoring the extension of Government rent controls or the enactment of legislation that would pass on to the respective State governments the power to set up control; which was referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

Mr. HUMPHREY presented the following resolutions, which were referred as indicated:

A resolution adopted by the convention of the Minnesota Telephone Association urging that the excise tax on communication service be repealed or greatly reduced; to the Committee on Finance.

A resolution adopted by the Kanabec County Cooperative Oil Association, Mora, Minn., favoring the control of deposits of oil beneath coastal waters by all the States; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

A resolution adopted by the Union Grove Farmers Union, Local 282, Paynesville, Minn., favoring the support of dairy products at 90 percent of parity; to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Mr. PAYNE, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was referred the bill (S. 873) to amend the District of Columbia Credit Union Act, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 74) thereon.

Mr. BARRETT, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was referred the bill (S. 697) to provide for a Delegate from the District of Columbia to the House of Representatives, reported it with amendments and submitted a report (No. 75) thereon.

Mr. SALTONSTALL, from the Committee on Armed Services, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 2332) to place temporary limitations on the number of officers serving on active duty in the Armed Forces, and for other purposes, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 77) thereon.

Mr. SALTONSTALL, from the Committee on Armed Services, to whom was referred the bill (S. 709) to give proper recognition to the distinguished service of Col. J. Claude Kimbrough, reported it with an amendment and submitted a report (No. 78) thereon.

Mr. CASE, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, to whom was referred the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 52) to enable the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to provide for administrative expenses of the Office of Administrator of Rent Control for the period ending April 30, 1953, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 79) thereon.

Mr. JENNER, from the Committee on Rules and Administration, to whom was referred the resolution (S. Res. 87) to print additional copies of Senate Document No. 18, 83d Congress, entitled “Positions Not Under Civil Service," reported it without amendment.

The Senate proceeded, by unanimous consent, to consider the said resolution; and

Resolved. That the Senate agree thereto.

Mr. SALTONSTALL, from the Committee on Armed Services, submitted a report (No. 76), accompanied by a bill (S. 1188) to amend the Dependents Assistance Act of 1950 to continue in effect certain provisions thereof; which was read the first and second times by unanimous consent and ordered to be placed on the calendar. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT

RESOLUTIONS Bills and joint resolutions were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred, as follows:

By Mr. HUMPHREY: S. 1159. A bill to provide mandatory price supports through 1957 for dairy products, hogs, cattle, poultry and eggs, oats, soybeans, rye, flaxseed, barley, grain sorghums, and other commodities; to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

By Mr. GOLDWATER: S. 1160. A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain land to the city of Tucson, Ariz., and to accept other land in exchange therefor; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

S. 1161. A bill to amend the National Labor Relations Act, as amended, by adding a new subsection to section 14 relating to State authority to regulate the right to strike and picket; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

By Mr. FERGUSON: S. 1162. A bill for the relief of Angelo Giuseppe Grassi; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. KEFAUVER: S. 1163. A bill to increase the salaries of judges of the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. WILEY: S. 1164. A bill to amend section 218 (d) of the Social Security Act so as to permit the coverage under the old-age and survivors insurance program of State employees covered under a State retirement system, if the State by which such retirement system was established had in effect on January 1, 1951, a statute providing for making such retirement system supplementary to the old-age and

survivors insurance system; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. TAFT: S. 1165. A bill for the relief of Paul E. Rocke; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. BEALL: S. 1166. A bill for the relief of Henry William Brady; and

S. 1167. A bill for the relief of John Nicholas Christodoulias; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HAYDEN (for himself and

Mr. GOLDWATER): S. 1168. A bill for the relief of settlers on the International Strip at Nogales, Ariz.; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HENNINGS: S. 1169. A bill for the relief of Tamiko Nagae;

S. 1170. A bill for the relief of Chie Adachi; and

S. 1171. A bill for the relief of Ivo Markulin; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HENNINGS (for himself

and Mr. SYMINGTON): S. 1172. A bill for the relief of Eugene Ctibor; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. WATKINS: S. 1173. A bill to facilitate the development, management, and use of public use areas and facilities and improvement of wildlife habitat on the national forests, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

By Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska: S. 1174. A bill to provide for the relief of certain Reserve officers formerly in the Regular Army and Navy and who were appointed prior to August 24, 1912, and March 4, 1913, respectively; to the Committee on Armed Services.

By Mr. THYE (for himself, Mr.

SPARKMAN, Mr. DUFF, Mr. GIL-
LETTE, Mr. HENDRICKSON, Mr.
HUMPHREY, Mr. HUNT, Mr. LONG,
Mr. SCHOEPPEL, Mr. SMATHERS,

and Mr. TOBEY): S. 1175. A bill to amend and extend until June 30, 1954, the provision of title II of the First War Powers Act, 1941, as amended, and to prescribe standards for the implementation of such provisions; to the Committee on Government Operations.

By Mr. IVES: S. 1176. A bill for the relief of Peter Hoskins; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. KUCHEL: S. 1177. A bill for the relief of David Satoshi Phillips, to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. LANGER: S. 1178. A bill to provide that pensions shall be extended to the widows and children of deceased World War II veterans on the same conditions as they are now extended to the widows and children of deceased World War I veterans; to the Committee on Finance.

S. 1179. A bill for the relief of certain employees of the Department of the Treasury who, while in the course of their official duties, suffered losses for personal property by reason of war con

ditions and whose claims for such losses have been considered and approved by the Secretary of the Treasury upon the recommendation of a Treasury Claim Board;

S. 1180. A bill to further amend the act of May 29, 1945, entitled "An act to provide for the settlement of claims of military personnel and civilian employees of the War Department or of the Army for damage to or loss, destruction, capture, or abandonment of personal property occurring incident to their service” by extending the time for filing certain claims thereunder;

S. 1181. A bill to amend section 3185 of title 18, United States Code;

S. 1182. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Lennie P. Riggs, James A. Carson, and Vernon L. Ransom;

S. 1183. A bill for the relief of John L. De Montigny;

S. 1184. A bill to authorize relief of authorized certifying officers from exceptions taken to payments pertaining to terminated war agencies in liquidation by the Department of State;

S. 1185. A bill to amend further the Federal Register Act, as amended; and

S. 1186. A bill to authorize the issuance of 328,000 special nonquota immigrant visas to certain refugees, German expellees, and natives of Italy, Greece, and the Netherlands, and for other purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

S. 1187. A bill to provide for the construction and maintenance of a high school for Indian pupils within the exterior boundaries of the Fort Berthold Reservation; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

By Mr. LEHMAN:
S. J. Res. 54. Joint resolution desig-
nating March 3, 1954, as General Pulaski
Day; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
STUDY OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN THE

UNITED STATES
Mr. KEFAUVER submitted the fol-
lowing resolution (S. Res. 88); which was
referred to the Committee on the Judi-
ciary:

Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary, or any duly authorized subcommittee thereof, is authorized and directed to conduct a full and complete study of juvenile delinquency in the United States. In the conduct of such investigation, special attention shall be given to (1) determining the extent and character of juvenile delinquency in the United States and its causes and contributing factors, (2) the adequacy of existing provisions of law, including chapters 402 and 403 of title 18 of the United States Code, in dealing with youthful offenders of Federal laws, (3) sentences imposed on, or other correctional action taken with respect to, youthful offenders by Federal courts, and (4) the extent to which juveniles are violating laws relating to the sale or use of narcotics.

SEC. 2. The committee shall report its findings, together with its recommendations for such legislation as it deems advisable, to the Senate at the earliest date

practicable but not later than March 1, The Senate proceeded, by unanimous 1954.

consent, to consider the said bill; and Sec. 3. For the purposes of this reso- no amendment being made, lution, the committee, or any duly au

Ordered, That it pass to a third readthorized subcommittee thereof, is au

ing. thorized to employ upon a temporary

The said bill was read the third time basis such technical, clerical, and other

by unanimous consent. assistants as it deems advisable. The ex

Resolred, That it pass. penses of the committee under this reso

Ordered. That the Secretary notify the lution, which shall not exceed $50,000,

House of Representatives thereof, shall be paid from the contingent fund ADDITIONAL COPIES OF PUBLIC LAW 414, 82D of the Senate upon vouchers approved by

CONGRESS
the chairman of the committee.

On motion by Mr. JENNER, and by
STUDY OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN THE unanimous consent,
UNITED STATES

The Senate proceeded to consider the
Mr. HENDRICKSON submitted the

concurrent resolution (H. Con. Res, 63) following resolution (S. Res. 89); which

authorizing the printing of additional was referred to the Committee on the

copies of the Immigration and NationJudiciary:

ality Act, Public Law 414, 82d Congress,

2d session; and Resolved, that the Committee on the

Resolved, that the Senate agree Judiciary, or any duly authorized sub

thereto. committee thereof, is authorized and di

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the rected to conduct a full and complete

House of Representatives thereof. study of juvenile delinquency in the United States. In the conduct of such

ADJOURNMENT
investigation special attention shall be On motion by Mr. SALTONSTALL, at 1
given to (1) determining the extent and o'clock and 58 minutes p. m.,
character of juvenile delinquency in the The Senate adjourned until Friday
United States and its causes and con- next.
tributing factors, (2) the adequacy of
existing provisions of law, including
chapters 402 and 403 of title 18 of the

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1953
United States Code, in dealing with

The VICE PRESIDENT called the Sen-
youthful offenders of Federal laws, (3)
sentences imposed on, or other correc-

ate to order and the Chaplain offered tional action taken with respect to,

prayer.

THE JOURNAL
youthful offenders by Federal courts,
and (4) the extent to which juveniles

On motion by Mr. Tart, and by are violating laws relating to the sale or

unanimous consent, use of narcotics.

The Journal of the proceedings of SEC. 2. The committee shall report its

Wednesday, March 4, 1953, was approved. findings, together with its recommenda

SENATORS EXCUSED tions for such legislation as it deems

Mr. GEORGE, Mr. GREEN, and Mr. Johnadvisable, to the Senate at the earliest

Son of Texas were excused from attenddate practicable, but not later than

ance upon the Senate for a period during March 1, 1954.

the day, upon the request of Mr. JOHNSON SEC. 3. For the purposes of this reso- of Texas. lution the committee, or any duly authorized subcommittee thereof, is au

AUDIT REPORT OF FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE thorized to employ upon a temporary

CORPORATION basis such technical, clerical, and other

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the assistants as it deems advisable. The

Senate a communication from the Comp

troller General of the United States, expenses of the committee under this resolution, which shall not exceed $50,

transmitting, pursuant to law, an audit 000, shall be paid from the contingent

report of the Federal Crop Insurance fund of the Senate upon vouchers ap

Corporation for the fiscal year ended proved by the chairman of the commit

June 30, 1952; which, with the accomtee.

panying report, was referred to the Com

mittee on Government Operations. REMOVAL OF LIMITATIONS ON OFFICIAL LONG

SUSPENSION OF DEPORTATION OF ALIENS
DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS AND TELE-
GRAMS OF MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the

Senate three communications from the On motion by Mr. JENNER,

Commissioner of the Immigration and The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr.

Naturalization Service of the DepartBRICKER in the chair) laid before the

ment of Justice, transmitting, pursuant Senate the bill (H. R. 2230) to amend

to law, reports stating all the facts and the act of June 23, 1949, as amended,

pertinent provisions of law in the cases to remove the monthly limitations on

of certain aliens whose deportation has official long-distance telephone calls and

been suspended for more than 6 months, official telegrams of Members of the

together with statements of the reasons House of Representatives without affect

for such suspension; which, with the ing the annual limitation on such tele

accompanying papers, were referred to phone calls and telegrams, heretofore

the Committee the Judiciary.
received from the House of Represen-
tatives for concurrence; which was read

GRANT OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE TO ALIENS the first and second times by unanimous The VICE PRESIDENT laid before consent.

the Senate a communication from the

Attorney General dated January 19, 1953, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report stating all the facts and pertinent provisions of law in the cases of certain aliens granted permanent-residence status in the United States under section 4 of the Displaced Persons Act of 1948, as amended, together with a statement of the reasons for such grant; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committe on the Judiciary. GRANT OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE TO ALIENS

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization Service of the Department of Justice, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report stating all the facts and pertinent provisions of law in the cases of certain aliens granted permanent-residence status in the United States under section 4 of the Displaced Persons Act of 1948, as amended, together with a statement of the reasons for such grant; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

REPORT OF COOPERATION WITH MEXICO IN

ERADICATION AND CONTROL OF FOOT-ANDMOUTH DISEASE

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report on cooperation of the United States with Mexico in the control and eradication of foot-and-mouth disease for the month of January 1953; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF COMMISSIONER

OF EDUCATION The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Administrator of the Federal Security Agency, transmitting the second annual report of the Commissioner of Education on the administration of laws dealing with the program providing financial assistance to schools in federally affected areas, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1952; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

panying papers, was referred to the
Committee on Interstate and Foreign
Commerce.
LISTS OF SHAREHOLDERS OF NATIONAL BANKS

FURNISHED TO COMPTROLLER OF THE
CURRENCY

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to amend section 5210 of the Revised Statutes relating to national banks furnishing the Comptroller of the Currency with lists of its stockholders; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency. CERTAIN TRANSACTIONS BY DISBURSING OFFI

CERS OF THE UNITED STATES The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to amend the act of December 23, 1944, authorizing certain transactions by disbursing officers of the United States, and for other purposes; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Con mittee on Banki and Currency. APPROPRIATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE

EKLUTNA PROJECT, ALASKA The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation relating to appropriations for construction by him of the Eklutna project, Alaska; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. PLAN FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FORT

GIBSON PROJECT, OKLAHOMA The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Under Secretary of the Interior, transmitting a plan for the construction of the potential Fort Gibson project, Oklahoma; which, with the accompanying documents, was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

USELESS PAPERS IN GOVERNMENT DEPART

MENTS AND AGENCIES The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Archivist of the United States, transmitting, pursuant to law, a list of papers in various departments and agencies of the Government, recommended for disposition, which appear to have no permanent value or historical interest; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to a Joint Select Committee on the Disposition of Papers in the Executive Departments; and

The VICE PRESIDENT appointed Mr. CARLSON and Mr. JOHNSTON of South Carolina as members of the committee on the part of the Senate.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof. REPORT OF DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY OF THE

ARMY OUTSIDE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Army, transmitting, pursuant to law, the annual report of the Department of the Army relative to the disposal of Army excess personal property located in areas outside the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands, for the calendar year 1952; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Government Operations. REPORT OF TORT CLAIMS PAID BY HOUSING

AND HOME FINANCE AGENCY The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report for the calendar year 1952 of tort claims paid by the Public Housing Administration of the Housing and Home Finance Agency; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

ADDITIONAL REPORT OF POSITIONS NOT

UNDER CIVIL SERVICE The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Executive Director of the United States Civil Service Commission, transmitting, in further response to Senate Resolution 19, agreed to January 9, 1953, additional lists of positions not under civil-service rules and regulations, which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service and ordered to be printed as part 2 of Senate Document No. 18. SUSPENSION OF DEPORTATION OF ALIENS

WITHDRAWAL OF NAMES The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the Department of Justice, withdrawing names from lists of aliens whose deportation was suspended for more than 6 months, heretofore transmitted by the Attorney General to the Senate; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. TEMPORARY ADMISSION OF CERTAIN ALIENS

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Attorney General, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report concerning displaced persons granted temporary admission into the United States under the ninth proviso of section 3 of the Act of February 5, 1917, as amended; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

LIFE PRESERVERS FOR RIVER STEAMERS

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to amend section 4482 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, relating to life preservers for river steamers; which, with the accom

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate the following petitions, etc., which were referred as indicated:

A joint memorial of the Legislature of the State of Montana, praying the enactment of legislation providing for the donation of lands formerly with the Fort Missoula Military Reservation to Missoula County, Mont.; to the Committee on Armed Services.

Resolutions of the Legislature of the State of Colorado, as follows:

A memorial remonstrating against Soviet Russia for its brutal and inhumane persecution of Jews living behind the Iron Curtain; to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

A memorial praying funds be made available for construction of several units of the Colorado River storage project and participating projects; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs; and

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