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equitable settlement of the submergedlands problem, be reprinted with certain changes in its text.

accompanying report, was referred to
the Committee on Government Opera-
tions.
PAYMENT OF CERTAIN COST-OF-LIVING AL-

LOWANCES OUTSIDE THE CONTINENTAL
UNITED STATES

The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of Commerce, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to permit payment of certain cost-of-living allowances outside the continental United States at rates in excess of 25 percent of the rate of basic compensation; which, with the accompanying paper, was referred to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. RELIEF OF CERTAIN PAYEES AND DISBURSING

AND CERTIFYING OFFICERS The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of Agriculture, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to provide for the relief of certain payees and disbursing and certifying officers, with respect to certain payments made in contravention of appropriation restrictions regarding citizenship status of Government employees; which, with the accompanying paper, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a resolution of the Legislature of the State of Rhode Island, urging Congress to lend its best efforts in matters involving tariffs and guard our American standard of living from the ruinous and destructitve effects of competition by cheap foreign labor; which was referred to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. POTTER: S. 1747. A bill to amend the Universal Military Training and Service Act to limit the service of certain medical, dental, and allied specialists who have prior service of 1 year or more to 17 months; to the Committee on Armed Services.

By Mr. TAFT: S. 1748. A bill to incorporate the National Fund for Medical Education; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. LANGER: S. 1749. A bill granting pensions to World War I veterans who have attained age 65; to the Committee on Finance.

S. 1750. A bill to reclassify supervisory employees in the field service of the Post Office Department into step-rate grades comparable with those for other postal employees and employees in other Federal services, and to adjust inequities; to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

S. 1751. A bill to prohibit false advertising or misuse of names indicating the various exchange services of the Armed Forces;

S. 1752. A bill to establish good faith as a defense in certain cases; and

S. 1753. A bill for the relief of Charles J. Abarno and others; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. SALTONSTALL (by re

quest): S. 1754. A bill to amend the Dependents Assistance Act of 1950, as amended, so as to provide punishment for fraudulent acceptance of benefits thereunder; to the Committee on Armed Services.

By Mr. BARRETT: S. 1755. A bill for the relief of Fernando Pozza; and

S. 1756. A bill for the relief of Hendrika Zijdenbos; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HUNT: S. 1757. A bill for the relief of Clair F. Bowman; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. CARLSON: S. 1758. A bill for the relief of Cathalina Furukawa; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. WATKINS: S. 1759. A bill to provide for the naturalization of persons serving in the Armed Forces of the United States after June 24, 1950; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. KNOWLAND: S. 1760. A bill to restore eligibility to certain citizens of Germany and Japan to receive benefits under the veterans' laws; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. MALONE: S. 1761. A bill to include the State of Nevada among the States authorized to negotiate a compact for the disposition, allocation, diversion, and apportionment of the waters of the Columbia River and its tributaries; to the Committee on the Judiciary. REPRINTING OF SENATE JOINT

RESOLUTION 18 On motion by Mr. KEFAUVER, Ordered, That the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 18) to establish a commission to assist in making a proper and

NATIONAL GOLF DAY Mr. FERGUSON submitted the following resolution (s. Res. 107); which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary:

Whereas there is tremendous need for maintaining and increasing the facilities of the United Service Organization, better known as the USO, to serve our men and women in uniform and their families in this country and overseas; and

Whereas there is also urgent need for maintaining and increasing the National Golf Fund for its worthy contributions to outstanding charitable causes; and

Whereas the game of golf can be eminently beneficial to the financial needs of the USO and the National Golf Fund by one of the most unusual tournaments in the history of golf; and

Whereas one of the world's outstanding golfers, while playing 18 holes at the Oakmont Country Club, Pittsburgh, Pa., Saturday, May 23, 1953, will be competing at the same time with hundreds of thousands of America's golfers on this country's 4,970 public and private fairways for contributions to be donated in entirety in equal shares to the USO and the National Golf Fund; Therefore be it

Resolved, That it is the sense of the
Senate that May 23, 1953, be observed as
National Golf Day.
TITLE TO LANDS BENEATH NAVIGABLE WATERS

WITHIN STATE BOUNDARIES AND TO NAT-
URAL RESOURCES

The Senate resumed the consideration of its unfinished business, viz, the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 13) to confirm and establish the titles of the States to lands beneath navigable waters within State boundaries and to natural resources within such lands and waters, and to provide for the use and control of said lands and resources.

The question being on agreeing to the amendment proposed by Mr. HILL (for himself and others) to the amendment proposed by Mr. ANDERSON as a substitute for the part proposed to be inserted by the reported amendment,

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. IVES in the chair) recognized Mr. MORSE for debate;

Whereupon

Mr. TAFT made inquiry of the Presiding Officer whether Mr. MORSE had not spoken twice on the same question on the same day.

The PRESIDING OFFICER stated that the Record disclosed that he had done so.

Mr. MORSE, at 11 o'clock and 41 minutes a. m., was granted permission, by unanimous consent, to make his third speech on the pending question.

During his remarks,

The VICE PRESIDENT resumed the chair.

Pending further remarks by Mr. MORSE, permission was given for him to yield for various requests covering routine matters without affecting his right to the floor.

CHANGES OF REFERENCES

On motion by Mr. SALTONSTALL, Ordered, That the Committee on Armed Services be discharged from the further consideration of the following bills, and that they be referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency:

S. 1619. A bill to encourage the discovery, development, and production of tungsten ores and concentrates in the United States, its Territories, and possessions, and for other purposes; and

S. 1620. A bill to encourage the discovery, development, and production of tungsten, manganese, chromite, mica, asbestos, beryl, and columbiumtantalum-bearing ores and concentrates in the United States, its Territories, and possessions, and for other purposes.

BILLS INTRODUCED Bills were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred as follows:

By Mr. FERGUSON (for himself,

Mr. HENDRICKSON, and Mr.

IVES): S. 1746. A bill to assist in relieving the current immigration and refugee problem by providing for the issuance of 240,000 special immigrant visas during the 2 fiscal years commencing July 1, 1953, and July 1, 1954; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

himself and others) to the amendment proposed by Mr. ANDERSON as a substitute for the part proposed to be inserted by the reported amendment, Pending debate

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

Ordered, That when the Senate completes its business today, it take a recess until 11 o'clock a. m. on Monday next. Pending debate,

RECESS On motion by Mr. TAFT, at 3 o'clock and 50 minutes p. m.,

The Senate, under its order of today, took a recess until 11 o'clock a. m. on Monday next.

Mr. MORSE resumed and concluded his speech at 10 o'clock and 6 minutes a. m. Saturday, April 25, 1953; and

He raised a question as to the presence of a quorum;

Whereupon

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Carlson in the chair) directed the roll to be called;

When

Seventy Senators answered to their names as follows: Alken

Griswold McCarthy Anderson Hayden

McClellan Barrett

Hendrickson Millikin
Beall

Hickenlooper Monroney
Bennett
Hill

Morse
Bush
Hoey

Mundt
Butler, Md. Holland

Murray
Butler, Nebr.
Hunt

Payne
Capehart Ives

Potter
Carlson
Jackson

Purtell
Case
Jenner

Russell
Clements Johnson, Colo. Saltonstall
Cordon

Johnson, Tex. Schoeppel Daniel

Johnston, S.C. Smith, Maine
Dirksen

Knowland Smith, N. C.
Douglas
Kuchel

Stennis
Dworshak Langer

Taft Ellender Lehman

Tobey Ferguson Long

Watkins Frear

Magnuson Welker Fulbright Malone

Wiley George

Mansfield Young Gillette

Martin Goldwater Maybank

A quorum being present,

The following business was transacted by unanimous consent: REPORT ON COOPERATION WITH MEXICO IN

CONTROL AND ERADICATION OF FOOT-AND-
MOUTH DISEASE

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Under Secretary of Agriculture, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report on the cooperation of the United States with Mexico in the control and eradication of footand-mouth disease, for the month of March 1953; which with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

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

A concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of Iowa, favoring the enactment of legislation designating February 15 in each year as Susan B. Anthony Day in commemoration of her sponsorship and support of woman suffrage; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

A concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, favoring the elimination of the Federal motor-fuel tax and leaving that area of taxation entirely to the States, and approving President Eisenhower's recommendation to establish a commission for the purpose of better defining FederalState relations; to the Committee on Finance.

Concurrent resolutions of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, as follows:

A concurrent resolution urging that immediate consideration be given to the drought-relief measures already introduced by the Delegate to Congress from Hawaii; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs; and

A concurrent resolution favoring the enactment of the so-called Offshore Shipping Service Act to prevent interruption of ocean commerce between Hawaii and continental United States; to the Committee on Labor and Public Telfare.

BILLS INTRODUCED Bills were introduced, severally read the first and second times, and referred as follows:

By Mr. IVES: S. 1762. A bill for the relief of S. A. Healy Co.; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. TOBEY (by request): S. 1763. A bill to amend section 4482 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (46 U. S. C. 475) relating to life preservers for river steamers; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

By Mr. HILL (for himself and Mr.

SPARKMAN): S. 1764. A bill to authorize the attendance of the United States Marine Corps Band at the Confederate Reunion and Sons of Confederate Veterans Convention to be held in Mobile, Ala., June 9 through June 11, 1953; to the Committee on Armed Services.

By Mr. ANDERSON: S. 1765. A bill to amend section 39 of the Trading With the Enemy Act of October 6, 1917, as amended; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. WATKINS: S. 1766. A bill to establish the Office of Commissioner of Refugees; to the Committee on the Judiciary. EXTENSION OF HOUSING AND RENT ACT, AS

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

Ordered, That the pending joint resolution, Senate Joint Resolution 13, be temporarily laid aside and that the Senate proceed to the consideration of the bill (H. R. 4507) to amend and extend the Housing and Rent Act of 1947, and for other purposes; that debate thereon be limited to 1 hour and be equally divided and controlled by Mr. CAPEHART and Mr. JOHNSON of Texas.

The Senate thereupon proceeded to consider the said bill; and no amendment being made,

After debate,

Ordered, That it pass to a third reading.

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

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the
House of Representatives thereof.
TITLE TO LANDS BENEATH NAVIGABLE WATERS

WITHIN STATE BOUNDARIES AND TO NA-
TURAL RESOURCES

The Senate resumed the consideration of its unfinished business, viz, the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 13) to confirm and establish the titles of States to lands beneath navigable waters within State boundaries and to natural resources within such lands and waters, and to provide for the use and control of said lands and resources.

The question being on agreeing to the amendment proposed by Mr. HILL (for

MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1953 (Legislative day of Monday, April 6, 1953)

The VICE PRESIDENT called the Senate to order at 11 o'clock a. m., and the Chaplain offered prayer.

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

The Journal of the proceedings of Friday, April 24, 1953, was approved.

QUESTION OF FORUM Mr. HUMPHREY raised a question as to the presence of a quorum;

Whereupon

The VICE PRESIDENT directed the roll to be called;

When

Eighty-eight Senators answered to their names, as follows: Aiken Hayden

McClellan Anderson Hendrickson Millikin Barrett

Hennings Monroney
Beall

Hickenlooper Morse
Bennett
Hill

Mundt
Bricker
Hoey

Murray
Bush
Holland

Neely
Butler, Md. Humphrey Pastore
Butler, Nebr. Hunt

Payne
Byrd
Ives

Potter
Capehart Jackson

Purtell
Carlson
Jenner

Robertson
Case

Johnson, Colo. Russell Clements Johnson, Tex. Saltonstall Cooper

Johnston, S. C. Schoeppel Cordon

Kefauver Smathers
Daniel

Kennedy Smith, Maine
Dirksen
Kilgore

Smith, N. J.
Douglas

Knowland Smith, N.C.
Duff
Kuchel

Sparkman
Dworshak Langer

Stennis Ellender

Lehman Symington Ferguson Long

Taft Frear

Magnuson Tobey Fulbright Malone

Watkins
George

Mansfield Welker
Gillette
Martin

Williams
Goldwater

Maybank Young
Gore

McCarran
Griswold McCarthy
A quorum being present,

SENATORS EXCUSED The following-named Senators were excused from attendance upon the Senate for the period indicated:

Mr. CHAVEZ for this week, and Mr. GREEN for today, on the request of Mr. JOHNSON of Texas.

The following business was transacted by unanimous consent:

SUPPLEMENTAL ESTIMATES OF

APPROPRIATIONS The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate four communications from the President of the United States, together with letters from the Director of the Budget, transmitting, pursuant to law, the following:

A supplemental estimate of appropriations for the legislative branch, United States Senate, for the fiscal year 1953, amounting to $55,000;

A draft of a proposed provision pertaining to appropriations for the Veterans' Administration, fiscal year 1953;

A draft of a proposed provision pertaining to appropriations for the Economic Stabilization Agency, fiscal year 1953; and

A draft of proposed provision pertaining to appropriations for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, fiscal year 1953.

Ordered, That they be referred to the Committee on Appropriations and be printed. SUSPENSION OF DEPORTATION OF ALIEN

WITHDRAWAL OF NAME The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Acting Commisioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the United States Department of Justice, withdrawing a certain name from a report on the suspension of deportation of certain aliens for more than 6 months, heretofore transmitted to the Senate by the Attorney General; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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

Resolutions of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, as follows:

A joint resolution favoring H. R. 2849, relating to the transfer to the Territory of Hawaii of certain lands in the vicinity of pier 1, Kahului Harbor, Kahului, Maui, for park purposes; and

A joint resolution relating to the issuance of land patents in fee simple to certain lessees under 999-year homestead leases and amending Joint Resolution 12 of the 25th Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

A resolution of the Manhattanville Neighborhood Center, Inc., New York City, N. Y., favoring the administration's housing program for the construction of 35,000 low-cost public housing units in the next fiscal year; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

A resolution of the Kiwanis Club of Huntington Park, Calif., favoring the balancing of the budget without impairment of essential defense, and that tax reductions should come only when the budget is balanced; to the Committee on Finance.

Mr. MARTIN presented a concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania, favoring the enactment of legislation to provide adequate safeguards in tariff and trade against

lowering of our American standard of living by unfair import competition, which was referred to the Committee on Finance.

Mr. JOHNSTON of South Carolina presented a concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, favoring the elimination of the Federal motor-fuel tax and leaving that area of taxation entirely to the States, and approving President Eisenhower's recommendation to establish a commission for the purpose of better defining Federal-State relations; which was referred to the Committee on Finance.

Mr. DWORSHAK presented the following resolutions of the Idaho Cattlemen's Association, Pocatello, Idaho, which were referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry;

A resolution remonstrating against any form of direct Government support or subsidy for their products and heartily endorsing the stand of the Secretary of Agriculture.

A resolution remonstrating against the enactment of price control legislation in the form of standby controls; and

A resolution favoring world trade on the basis of fair and equitable competition, and remonstrating against products produced by cheap foreign labor that would endanger the living standards of American workingmen or the American farmers or stockmen.

Mr. FREAR (for himself and Mr. WILLIAMS) presented a joint resolution of the Legislature of the State of Delaware, favoring the outstanding work now being accomplished by members as well as the leadership of the 4-H Clubs in the State, and congratulating the parents for the encouragement and assistance they have given to make 4-H Club movement a success; which was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

Mr. GILLETTE presented a concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of Iowa, favoring the enactment of legislation designating February 15 in each year as Susan B. Anthony Day in commemoration of her sponsorship and support of woman suffrage, which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Mr. HUMPHREY presented a resolution of the Swift County Farmers Union, Benson, Minn., favoring the construction by the Federal Government of electric-power transmission lines from the hydroelectric plants on the Missouri River to eastern North Dakota and South Dakota, western Minnesota, and northwestern Iowa, that cheaper electric power may be available for the rural electric cooperatives in the State; which was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

Mr. HUMPHREY presented the following memorials:

A resolution of the Swift County Farmers Union, Benson, Minn., remonstrating against efforts to transfer to the States any of the existing rights of the Federal Government in oil resources beyond the tidelands; and

A memorial of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local No.

49, St. Paul, Minn., remonstrating against any legislation giving tidelands oil to any individual State. Ordered, That they lie on the table.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Mr. SMITH, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 42) to provide for proper participation by the United States Government in a national celebration of the 50th anniversary year of controlled powered flight occurring during the year from December 17, 1952, to December 17, 1953, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 171) thereon.

Mr. LANGER, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred the following concurrent resolutions, reported them each with amendments, and submitted reports thereon, as follows:

H. Con. Res. 29. A concurrent resolution favoring the granting of the status of permanent residence to certain aliens (Rept. No. 202); and

H. Con. Res. 73. A concurrent resolution favoring the granting of the status of permanent residence to certain aliens (Rept. No. 203).

Mr. LANGER, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred the following bills, reported them each without amendment, and submitted reports thereon, as follows:

S. 52. A bill for the relief of Anny Del Curto (Rept. No. 172);

S. 193. A bill for the relief of Toni Anne Simmons (Hitomi Urasaki) (Rept. No. 173);

S. 207. A bill for the relief of Jimy Okuda (Rept. No. 174);

S. 226. A bill for the relief of Keiko Tashiro (Rept. No. 175);

S. 371. A bill for the relief of Georgia Andrews (Rept. No. 176);

S. 448. A bill for the relief of William Junior Jami and Sachiko Suwa (Rept. No. 177);

S. 607. A bill for the relief of Thomas Dale Fawcett (George Yamamoto) (Rept. No. 178);

S. 674. A bill for the relief of Kikue Tsurukawa (Rept. No. 179);

S. 1143. A bill for the relief of Teresa Lee Tipton (Kinuko Sakai) (Rept. No. 180);

S. 1147. A bill for the relief of Karen Ruth Bauman (Rept. No. 181);

S. 1228. A bill for the relief of Patric Dorian Patterson (Rept. No. 182);

S. 1389. A bill for the relief of Ami Hanada (Margaret Ami McClung) (Rept. No. 183);

S. 1390. A bill for the relief of Ann Marie Longworth and John Francis Longworth (Rept. No. 184);

S. 1418. A bill for the relief of Linda Marlene Kolachny (Mariko Furue) (Rept. No. 185);

H. R. 688. A bill for the relief of Takako Niina (Rept. No. 186);

H. R. 748. A bill for the relief of Anneliese Else Hermine Ware (nee Neumann) (Rept. No. 187);

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H. R. 884. A bill for the relief of Stephanie Marie Dorcey (Rept. No. 188);

H. R. 886. A bill for the relief of Aspasia Vezertzi (Rept. No. 189);

H. R. 955. A bill for the relief of Paula Akiyama (Rept. No. 190);

H. R. 1101. A bill for the relief of Daniel Robert Leary (Rept. No. 191);

H. R. 1186. A bill for the relief of Astrid Ingeborg Marquez (Rept. No. 192);

H. R. 1193. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Helga Josefa Wiley (Rept. No. 193);

H. R. 1451. A bill for the relief of Mrs. James M. Tuten, Jr. (Rept. No. 194);

H. R. 1704. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Suga Umezaki (Rept. No. 195);

H. R. 1895. A bill for the relief of Jack Kamal Samhat (Rept. No. 196);

H. R. 2353. A bill for the relief of Ema Shelome Lawter (Rept. No. 197); and

H. R. 2624. A bill for the relief of Paola Boezi Langford (Rept. No. 198).

Mr. LANGER, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom were referred the following bills, reported them each with an amendment, and submitted reports thereon, as follows:

S. 228. A bill for the relief of Irene Ezitis (Rept. No. 199); and

S. 383. A bill for the relief of Francisa Egurrola (Rept. No. 200).

Mr. LANGER, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 731) for the relief of James Rennick Moffett, reported it with amendments, and submitted a report (No. 201) thereon.

Mr. HENDRICKSON, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the resolution (S. Res. 89) to study juvenile delinquency in the United States, reported it with amendments, and submitted a report (No. 170) thereon; and

Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration.

Mr. BUSH, from the Committee on Banking and Currency, to whom was referred the bill (S. 1413) to amend the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945, as amended, reported it with amendment, and submitted a report (No. 169) thereon.

Mr. KEFAUVER, by unanimous consent, submitted his individual views as a member of the Committee on the Judiciary on the bill (S. 16) to amend the immunity provision relating to testimony given by witnesses before either House of Congress or their committees; which were ordered to be printed as part 2 of Report No. 153. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT

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

By Mr. CASE (by request): S. 1767. A bill to amend and extend the provisions of District of Columbia Emergency Rent Act of 1951; to the Committee on the District of Columbia.

By Mr. LANGER: S. 1768. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code so as to increase the in

dividual exemption for income-tax purposes from $600 to $1,000; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. CARLSON: S. 1769. A bill to provide for the issuance of cial postage stamp in commemoration of the Young Women's Christian Association; to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

By Mr. DIRKSEN (by request): S. 1770. A bill for the relief of the Florida Dehydration Co.; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. FREAR: S. 1771. A bill to authorize creation of small business insurance and investment corporations; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

S. 1772. A bill to provide for the transfer to the States of the money in the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund, for the establishment and operation by the States of old-age insurance systems, and for the abolition of the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance System; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska: S. 1773. A bill to amend section 1402 (a) of title 28 of the United States Code relating to the venue of civil actions against the United States; and

S. 1774. A bill for the relief of Eleonore Baganz; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. LANGER: S. 1775. A bill for the relief of Hildegard M. Mills; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. JOHNSON of Colorado: S. 1776. A bill to repeal those provisions of the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 which reduce the amount of a railroad annuity or pension where the individual or his spouse is (or on proper application would be) entitled to certain insurance benefits under the Social Security Act; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

By Mr. SALTONSTALL (by re

quest): S. 1777. A bill for the relief of Carlton Hotel, Inc.; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. BEALL: S. 1778. A bill to authorize certain modifications in the existing project for Ocean City Harbor and Inlet, and Sinepuxent Bay, Md.; to the Committee on Public Works.

By Mr. MARTIN (for himself and

Mr. DUFF): S. 1779. A bill to provide for the permanent approval of certain State plans for aid to the blind under title X of the Social Security Act, as amended; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. JOHNSTON of South

Carolina: S. 1780. A bill to amend the Civil Seryice Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended; to the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service.

By Mr. NEELY (for himself, Mr.

LONG, and Mr. GILLETTE): S. 1781. A bill to authorize emergency appropriations for the purpose of erecting certain post-office and Federal court

buildings, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Public Works.

By Mr. HUMPHREY: S. 1782. A bill to furnish emergency food aid to Pakistan; to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

By Mr. YOUNG: S. 1783. A bill for the relief of Leonard J. Moen; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. POTTER: S. J. Res. 72. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of Commerce to sell certain vessels to citizens of the Republic of the Philippines, to provide for the rehabilitation of the interisland commerce of the Philippines, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

COAUTHORS OF SENATE BILL 1746

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

Ordered, That the name of Mr. SMITH of New Jersey be added as coauthor of the bill (S. 1746) to assist in relieving the current immigration and refugee problem by providing for the issuance of 240,000 special immigrant visas during the 2 fiscal years commencing July 1, 1953, and July 1, 1954. GRANTING OF STATUS OF PERMANENT RESI

DENCE TO CERTAIN ALIENS Mr. LANGER, from the Committee on the Judiciary, reported the following concurrent resolution (S. Con. Res. 25) and submitted а report (No. 204) thereon:

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 6 months:

A-4735353, Aaron, Joseph Louis or Joseph Luis Aaron.

A-7824615, Ackerman, Carolina McDowell or Carolina Peralta or Carolina Peralta McDowell or Carolina McDowell.

A-6330113, Amso, Khalid Iskander alias John Amso. A-7983248, Anderson, George Newton.

A-3261198, Atteyeh, Zehia Najm or Victoria Atteyeh.

0604-3332, Bain, Kenneth Bruce. V-49807, Beard, Harold Edwin. A-3868913, Bell, Joseph Lee.

A-8001026, Ben-Kiki, Salomon Shlomo.

A-6721110, Borenstein, Dyna or Dyna Bernstein (nee Kozuchowicz).

A-6808238, Bradaschia, Alberta or Alberta Bradaschia Hatch.

A-8031622, Brando, Antonio.
A-4387675, Browne, Sam.
A-9005941, Bulieris, Nick.
A-7279873, Cantu-Ornelia, Tomas.

A-6661961, Carlson, Mary Theodora or Mary Theodora Rawlence.

A-4764334, Carnegie, Gladys Lucille Campbell.

P. R. 905495, Chen, Kuang Tsao or Joe K. Chen.

A-6849873, Mun, Chiew Chen or Mun Chiew Chen.

A-7249012, Chu, Phoebe Fei.
A-3471204, Colohan, Mary.

or

A-5866573, Costakis, Michael Zacharias.

V-688517, D'Amico, Italo.

A-2539803, De Balle, Carmen Esparas Viuda.

A-4145753, Di Cola, Giuseppe Schiano.
A-7983028, De Grace, Clifford.

A-4534672, De Guoy, Suzanne Elizabeth or Suzanne Philipine Pullig.

A-2870961, De Iglesias, Francesca Villamil (nee Duran).

A-3378820, De Licon, Josefa Corral or Josefa Corral.

A-7028578, Denes, Mary Ann.

A-2458189, Dominguez, Lauro or Lara Dominguez or Lauro Dominguz.

A-3036747, Dono Avelino Dglesias or Avelino Iglesias or Avellino Iglesias.

A-3324246, Dorducoff, Carl.
A-9694533, Durand, Lucion.

A-7985557, Fernandez, Maria Antonia Gelpi y Diaz Fernandez.

A-7903349, Fernandez, Roberto Boluffer or Roberta Bolufer Fernandez or Roberta Fernandez.

A-2486285, Fischer, Alexander or Alex Fischer.

A-5043636, Formoso, Domingo (Gonzalez).

A-5151582, Fornalewicz, Stanley Francis or Stanley Francis Foreman or Stanley Francis Kwiatkowski.

A-1005408, Fortier, Albert Arthur or Joseph Jean Baptiste Albert Arthur Fortier or Albert Fortier.

A-6846619, Foster, William Molson or William Marshall Farrell.

A-6300474, Franye, Miriam Gwenda.

A-4100276, Garneau, Arline Marie (nee Pare or Perry).

A-5741626, Geddes, Eileen Melvin or Eileen Morgan or Eileen McFadden.

A-3792149, Geier, Wilhelm Herman.
A-6096912, Geli, Josephine Alvarez.

A-6868022, Georgieff, Anna (Gheorgieff) (nee Hrankova).

A-8117185, Gesso, Ugo Del.

A-4255428, Gill, Caroline Beatrice (nee Carolina McLean).

A-7469710, Giordano, Bianca Rosa (nee Nocerino or Bianca Rea).

A-7797183, Girdharry, Reginald Oswald.

A-5070402, Gitter, Reinhold Curt.

A-4497520, Grbin, Liberat or Liberat Gribin.

A-7828315, Haghani, Parvin.

A-5816142, Harocopos, George Dimitre.

A-9736801, Henriques, Oscar.

A-7878948, Herrera, Fernandez Rodriquez or Fernanda Herrera-Rodriguez.

A-7978949, Herrera, Argelia Rodriguez, or Argelia Herrera-Rodriguez.

A-7137159, Hill, Katharina Anna (nee Turner).

A-3971073, Huie, Gladys Moy.
A-7027264, Huie, Moy Ling.

A-1407913, Ilicin, Sander or Alexander Ilicin.

V-1139290, Jessel, Enrique De Alba or Henry Jessel.

A-6243597, Jones, Joan Lee.

A-6882344, Karagovalis, Nicolas Lemony.

A-6972968, Kastrinakis, Maria Panagiotis.

A-2622980, Kolley, Edith May (nee Valkenier).

A-2159935, Koo, Freeman or Freeman Fuchang Koo.

A-7427796, Koo, Edith Tsai.
A-7967850, Lafayette, Stanford.
A-7967047, Liang, Ping Yee.

0500-41402, Liang, Alice Kao (nee Alice Shih Hsien Kao or Shih Hsien Kao).

A-6695786, Lin, Yip Sho or Julia Yip Tong.

A-7184964, Liu, Tso-Chow.
A-7418127, Lowry, Kathryn.
A-1101128, Luksch, Andreas.

A-2679657, Makovsky, Frantisek or Frank Makovski.

A-6735994, Malone, Annie Woods, formerly Lyons (nee Woods or Higgins).

A-2582450, Markantonatos, Nester.

A-7127470, Marks, Helen Korakis (nee Helen Aristotelis Koarkis).

A-1427560, Martelle, Theresa (nee Theresa Guay).

A-5552771, Matheson, Flora Gilchrist. A-7980256, Martinez-Castaneda, Felix.

A-7371947, McKenzie, Herman Augustus or "Rhod."

A-9695087, Meeuwissen, Jacobus F.

A-7203595, Mekjian, Massis or Movses Makkajian or Mike Nakjian.

A-6671901, Miah, Aflak or Akbar Mohamed.

A-9765120, Minardi, Emanuele.

A-1770131, Modny, Nikoloj or Nick Modny alias Joe Pastuszenko.

A-3469757, Moy, Harry May or Harry Kasim.

A-3603606, Muniz, Stella or Estrella Muniz (nee Iglesias).

A-3448885, Negro, Giovanni.
A-6561438, Nepil, Jessie Chatman.

A-7042936, Nevarez, Maria Lidia Nieves or Minerva G. Nevarez or Maria Lidia Romo or Maria Lidia Hernandez (nee Maria Nieves Lidia Hernandez).

A-4726959, Nuzzo, Antonio or Tony Nuzzo.

A-9777484, Orellana, Francisco or Francisco Beltran Orellana.

A-3581790, Osley, Christna see Foltin). A-6477498, Paap, Antonie Herbert.

A-9281816, Panagis, Efstathios or Efstathios Panos or Stathis Penogis or Stathis Panos.

A-6819642, Papa, Gaetano.

A-8088748, Parker, Elizabeth Claras or Claris or Clarice (nee Butt or Betty).

A-503518, Perrotta, Ernesta Ilda.

A-9825457, Pervanidis, Leonidas or Leonides Pervandis or Louis Pervandis.

V-949373, Pichardo, Maria del Carmen Villegas Calvo.

A-2009652, Pilotti, Sisto.

A-7351119, Pirak, Hirell Mary or Hirell Mary Williams.

A-7110851, Pizzimenti, Cristoforo.

A-5701817, Prapas, Tonnis or John Athanisou or Ioannis Athanasiou Prapas.

A-8035647, Preciado, Maria Gloria or Gloria Preciado, or Gloria Ravago Preciado.

A-2485355, Quagliata, Pietro Joseph. A-2585291, Quiones, Iris Iglesias.

A-2505027, Rapanos, Pamaquiatiz Andreou or Pete Rapanos Andrews.

A-5609429, Rasmussen, Carl or Carl Adolph Kreutzfeldt.

A-7119207, Retrain, Pierre Paul.
A-7457067, Rintchen, Adam Adolf.

A-4545300, Ristich, Bozidar or Bozidar Ristitsch.

A-7197877, Robatscher, Johann Heinrich or John Henry Depew.

A-3135198, Roberts, Ertie Helen formerly Schauer (nee Turpin).

A-7491693, Rock, Margaret Anderson (nee Lawrence).

A-7821674, Fernandez, Ada Pilar Alonso Y or Oda Rodriguez.

A-7809785, Rodriguez, Evelio Pena.

A-7828399, Rossiter, Esther Elizabeth (nee Sondergaard).

A-5509279, Sabatelli, Andrea Ranella.
A-7469758, Saliba, Helene Elias.
A-7915587, Salas-Salik, Maria Teresa.
A-7274202, Sandate, Ambrosio.

A-7274201, Mani, Josefa or Josefa Mani de Sandate.

A-7934680, Sandoval, Jesus Maria Zapata.

A-7985793, Scafidi, Maria Lombardo (nee Maria Lombardo).

A-6178369, Schermerhorn, Angelita Odulio.

A-7457021, Sefcik, Frantiska (Frances).

A-2783222, Semedo, John Moreira.

A-6313369, Servin-Maya, Manuel Silvestre or Delfino Madrono Velasquez.

A-4246347, Shen, Chao Lin or Leo Shen.

A-1186681, Shen, Mei Yu (nee Mei Yu Kuo).

A-8057920, Sigala-Munoz, Francisco.

A-4878546, Sims, Stephen A. or Stephen Augustus Simms or Stephen A. Simms.

A-3975551, Spampanato, Paolino or Aophonse Cadabrese or Aophonse Cacabrese.

A-7287964, Stanimiroff, Reina Vanko.

A-4799492, Stasinowsky, Rudolf Gustave Wilhelm.

A-7858052, Stephensen, Ison George.

A-6985319, Stollop, Esther (nee Schinazi).

A-6440257, Szender, Bela or Bela Aldebert Szender or Gedalia Szender.

A-7194649, Tabella, Enrichetta (nee Di Pietrantonio).

A-7890470, Vela, Jose Ramon.

A-5623999, Voight, Agnes Kirsten formerly Hansen (nee Schiellerup or Agnes Knice Larson).

A-6507631, Vonikis, Anthy (nee Pitilaki).

A-1853256, Voskidis, Theodore John or Voskides or Voshides.

A-7858034, Vuoso, Aniello.

A-1914023, Vuskovich, Marin or Mario Marin Vuckovich or Marino Vuskovich.

A-7117997, Walker, Samuel Lureon or Jonathan Waterman.

A-5638949, Watanabe, Hikomune.
A-3137196, Wei, Luy or Wei Luy.
A-5897490, Wilson, Helena Altagracia.
A-6461074, Wint, Cecil Theodore.
A-6269695, Wong, Ah.
A-6377726, Yu, Shao Chi.
A-6379007, Yu, Shao Chen.

A-6318229, Zaferopoulous, Sophia G. or Sophia Zaferopoulos (nee Palapanibou).

A-5449289, Zito, Luigi.
A-7274121, Zournitzes, Anna.
A-1006866, Zuczek, Jan Sylvester.

A-6254131, Acevedo, Teodoro Juvenal Tovet or Teodoro Juvenal Jovet Acevedo or Juvenal Jovet Acevedo.

A-6253545, Agarwal, Jagdish Chandra.

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