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A-7566590, Cruikshank, George Mair. A-9002422, Dagris, Ernest. 99587/615, Damjanovich, Jovo.

V-855195, D'Andre, Patrick Olivier, alias Krause.

V-74533, Dang, Florence Eudora, alias Florencia Eudora Low or Florencia Eudora Chong or Mrs. Domingo Chee Chong.

0300-172061, Davy, Renal.

0935/8297, D: Hernandez, Gaudalupe Lopez.

A-7873852, De Lara, Manuele De La Luz Mejia.

A-6302151, De Luzuriaga, Eusebio Ruiz. A-6920852, Dembitzer, Manes.

A-5995975, De Vasquez, Carmen Montes De Oca.

A-1364034, Diamantis, Nicholas Nicholaos John.

A-8227207, Diaz, Albert Rosario.

A-3483876, Diaz, Lydia Rodriguez (nee Lydia Rodriguez).

A-4360119, Dodson, Mabel Katherine (nee Bell).

A-5355309, Dong, Kee Yeow or Dong Kee Yow or Lew Fook.

A-3642027, Dung, Lee or Dung Lee.
0300_312417, Dunn, Noel Ostwald.

A-5951521, Echevarria, Leoncio Bilbao.

A-8217937, Edwards, Allan Reginald.

0300–411002, Elliott, Arthur Alexander, alias Isaac Bent.

A-9634733, Errico, Victor, or Vittoreo Errico.

A-4899224, Esposito, Vincenzo.
A-8217920, Esposito, Vincenzo.
A-8039451, Falcone, Rita Maria.
A-1959355, Fang, Henry Ping.

A-8091089, Farn, Mario, or Tang Yet Farm.

0300/398022, Fat, Lai.
A-5928433, Fat, Lam.
A-9769862, Feito, Mario Caunedo.

A-8217914, Fernandez, Pedro, or Fernandes.

A-7742208, Fernandez y Gonzalez, Agapito.

A-7702895, Fernandez, Rosalie Boto Y Rodriguez De.

A-9715354, Figuredo, Domingo Acosta, alias Domingo Acosta.

A-5109517, Fischer, Albert Robert.
A-9759379, Flamos, Loukas.
A-7809038, Fong, Ah Kew.

A-5069854, Forlini, Michael, or Michele.

A-3127329, Forti, Attillo Joseph.
A-3438691, Fortin, Joseph Albert.
A-7491804, Frassetto, Roberto.

A-4007800, Freed, Alys (nee Bould), formerly Alys Bramen.

A-6720914, Friesner, Rudolf Dawid or Rudolf David Friesner.

A-8199103, Frost (or Fross), Molly Marie or Mary.

0300–287670, Flugmann-Christensen, Gert alias Gerd Fugmann-Christensen or George Schulz.

A-8155800, Gallegos-Chavez, Juan.
A-4390578, Garcia, Alejandro.

A-6711962, Garcia-Rivera, Jose or Joe Garcia.

A-6610761, Goitia, Hilda or Hilda Vic-' toria Alveraz.

A-6321362, Gonzales, Francisco Javier alias Frank Gonzales,

A-6759320, Goodson, Joyce (nee Shai).

A-6084943, Gorostisa, Rusbio Ramos alias Chevo Ramos.

A-1880095, Grazia, Joseph Di or Giuseppe De Grazia.

A-3724379, Greco, Joseph.
A-9765852, Gronfeldt, Arne.
A-2964314, Guntveit, Severin L.
A-6948171, Gutierrez-Torres, Pedro.

A-6948179, Gutierrez, Enedina Fuentes de.

A-4538751, Hanchar, Adam, or Damlan Hanczar, alias Joe Charny.

0300/135158, Hastings, Patrick Joseph. A-2545032, Healy, Patrick.

A-7196342, Hernandez, Hortensia alias Hortensia Martino Garcia.

A-5138199, Hernandez, John Jose.

1415–3624, Hess, Frederick Cecil alias Jose Hargrave.

A-2914257, Hewitt, George Lorenso.

A-7229253, Hinkson, Thelma Ellse (nee Moore).

A-3168618, Ho, Louie On.

A-7247405, Hong, Lee Shew or Albert Chung.

V-49222, Hong, Wha Sook alias Wha Sook Lee Hong.

A-6304585, Hwang, Yung-Yuan.
A-7359035, Hwang, Bertha Samtoy.

0501-19176, Iwanade, Isao, alias Nicholas G. Johansen..

0501-19177, Iwanade, Kaoru, alias Eric R. Johansen.

0501–19178, Tanahashi, Fumio, alias Warren S. Johansen.

A-7389308, Jaffee, Israel Morris alias Morris Jaffee.

T-829929, James, Emanuel or Arthur James.

A-1614160, Johansen, Karen (nee Karen Johansen).

A-3790521, Jon, Sophie.

A-2690546, Kallimanis, Spyros alias Spirpos Kalipanis.

A-9777413, Kavurias, Nicolaos or Kavorias.

A-7391998, Kerner, Salomon.
A-3339512, Kitover, Anna.

A-1802099, Koehler, Emil or Emil Heinrich August Johan Koehler or John Wagner.

A-7125416, Konter, Ida Hannah (nee Swinbelis).

A-9544670, Krokos, Leoenidas.
A-6248606, Kunn, Arvid Valentine.

A-9682619, Kwai, Sue Gee, or Sung Ah Fat.

A-4753012, Kwok, Gun Bew, or Kwok Bew or Ng Hoong.

A-5561212, Ladendorf, Martha Marie.
A-3079091 Lai, Choong or Joey Chong.
A-4129278, Lai, William T. or Lai Poy.
A-6131442, Lango, Pablo Perez.
A-8217624, Lavorante, Ciro.

A-7287913, Ledesma, Genovevo or Genovevo Ladesma-Acosta.

A-6383423, Lee, Kam, Tseung.
A-3810786, Leo, Ying.

A-8091836, Leong, Wone alias Sam Wong alias Wone Sam.

0612/32090, Libby, George Patrick.
A-4438810, Liebowitz, Alexander.
A-4188958, Lipman, Ida.

A-9606324, LO, Ven Sing alias Lo Ven Sing alias Lowe Sing.

A-6093214, Locario, Daniel Emanuel.
A-7978964, Lopez-Quintero, Jesus.

V-369762, Loy, Suey or Sue Fong.
A-7419010, Lozano, Edgardo Manuel.

A-7991564, Lubrano, Mario, alias Nunzio Lubrano.

A-7954014 (1), Ludwig, Gisele.

A-7954012 (2), Hagenfeld, Margarete, alias Margarete Hagenfeld Clark.

A-5524360, Mahkonen, Saimi Aline, or Saimi A. Mahkonen.

A-3652154, Mailloux, Lucienda Marie Laura (nee Dube).

A-7630533, Manning, Samuel Lawrence,

A-7654630. Manning, Melitta (nee Shottnegg-Zinzenfels).

A-7654320, Manning, Raymond.
A-8106446, Mar, Benny or Mar Ben.

A-9948021, Martin, Manuel Pena alias Manuel Pena.

A-3834708, Mavris, Panagiotis alias Peter J. Mavis.

A-8031315, May, Cheng or Cheng Mee or Cheng Moy.

A-8227428, Medina, Doroteo Soria.

A-4447029, Melchionna, Generoso alias Genaro Melchiorna.

A-6343686, Mergemekes, Anastasia or Anastasia George Dadakis.

A-5239447, Miguel, Alberto.
A-5800050, Millen, Alexander.
A-7184156, Minikes, Mayer or Major.

A-8282641, Minino, Ramon alias Ramon Gasamanes.

A-3759616, Minutolo, Lorenzo.

A-5818018, Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth or Mary Elizabeth James or Mary Elizabeth Dennis or Mary Elizabeth Bailey or Mary Martin.

A-4117504, Mon, Lee alias Henry Chung.

A-3004666, Montello, Gennaro.
A-9741364, Moon, Kan.

0302–4221, Morelli, Valentine Elizabeth.

A-5645955, Moreno, Antonio or Tony Moreno.

A-8276875, Morton, Edith Elva Godsoe (nee Gilbert).

A-9634740, Mugnone, Oreste or Oreste Mugnone Barattolo.

A-2795373, Mui, Jak Lim or Sang Moy.
A-7174718, Nemeth, Margit.
A-5566678, Newmann, Henry Hugo.

A-8196958, O'Halloran, Thomas Patrick.

A-6926004, Ontiveros-Ortega, Jose.

A-4569250, Org, Amalia, or Amalia Schirmer.

A-4859638, Palmeri, Francesco, alias Francesco Palmier alias Alberto Sinna.

A-7174732, Palomo, Eufrosina Vergara (nee Mallari).

A-7457678, Panis, Ricardo Manalaysay.
A-3962253, Papadopoulos, George.
A-6054276, Penn, Enid Louise.
A-8082568, Penn, Muriel Naomi.
A-4399239, Penoucos Y Lopez, Daniel.
A-7190923, Perlmutter, Herbert.

A-1021915, Peters, Johannes Lambertus Adrianus.

A-7040402, Peterson, William James.

A-4200579, Petrolekas, John or John Lekas.

A-3919810, Phillips, Frederick Robert.

A-8117792, Pinson, Lillian May formerly Clarke formerly Myers (nee Fielding).

A-7962068, Psarianos, Stylianos.

A-5585140, Raffaelli, Gino.

A-5947381, Reyes, Ofelia Candia y, or Ofelia Candia.

A-8227500, Richardson, Wilfred.

A-6454232, Ricketts, Allen Donald, or Allen Donald, or Allen D. Reeves, or Sidney Wallace.

A-3164583, Rivera, Victor.

A-4849421, Robinson, Nina Yangowsky, or Fatima Nina Robinson, or Nina Stevens.

A-4533146, Rommel, Johnnes Max Gustav.

A-4344936, Rosenfield, Leah.
A-4726943, Rosenfield, Louis.

A-3014463, Rovira, John, or John Rovira Panier, or Juan Rovira Pamies, or John Revero.

V-872310, Ruber, Peter.
0300—371492, Ruber, Michael.

A-5017702, Ruchan, Dotty (nee Dvora Hillman).

A-6535802, Ruiz-Gaitan, Hilario.

A-6686125, Ruiz-Nino, Antonio, or Antonio Ruiz.

A-9949023, Ruiz, Manuel Vazquez.

A-7135781, Salkow, Maria, or Maria Begona Oru or Iturregui.

0300-387313, Salmon, Leonard Alexander, alias Leslie Chaplain.

A-1170953, Sandro, Alexander Ilych Petroff Von.

A-5911507, Santo, Joaquin Joao.

A-8117469, Sciancalepore, Marino, or Mario Sciancalepore.

A-3577305, Sen, Lo, or Sin or Sem or Low Sen.

A-7128160, Shapiro, Irving, alias Izak Szapiro.

0300—371940, Shaw, John Samuel, or Samuel Shaw or John Brown.

A-7967100, Shen, Chun Kang, alias John C. K. Shen.

A-4247408, Shing, Low.
A-3864397, Shiro, Yasukichi.
A-9679228, Shui, Chin, or Chen Sui.

A-8106893, Sibli, Ahmed, alias Manua Sulin or Manue Sulin.

A-3443073, Silva, Antonio, alias Antonio da Silva alias Sebolo.

A-8227170, Sing, Chen.
A-2799307, Sing, Lee.
A-4908852, Siniscalchi, Matteo.

A-3448309, Sjogren, Toini Rauha (nee Arvonen).

A-9511726, Sjokvist, Torsten Stellan.

A-2873073, Smalic, Krezan, or Chris Smolich.

A-1427476, Soares, Reginald, or Reginald Suarez.

A-1063822, Sorensen, Robert.

A-7463136, Spadafino, Rosa (Rosetta) (nee Reiggiero).

A-4090847, Stefanatos, Jerry C. or Gerasimos C. Stefanatos.

A-8227418, Stelatos, Gerasimos.
A-7809394, Stephens, Maria.
A-9155925, Storelli, Vito.
A-3096932, Suey, Sing or Shing Sun.

A-4037183, Sun, Wong Yat alias Sun Wong.

A-7828753, Sunn, Mimi (nee Mei-Ta Chang).

PR-901185, Sze, Mai-Wai Yuen Tsung.
A-8190958, Tablada, Nina Cabrera.
A-5547492, Tegeder, Ernest or Ernst.

A-9543938, Teles, Enrique or Henrique Teles.

A-3252195, Terilli, Mary Josephine alias Mary Josephine Machado alias Mary Josephine Frisello (nee Mary Josephine Tenna)

A-7995800, Terrazzer, Lucio.

A-7287048, Thompson, Frederick Oliver.

A-2710048, Toth, Stephen.
A-7370989, Tratner, Israel.

A-9757037, Tricoglou, Michael or Trikoglou.

A-3930366, Tsung, Chin Gay, or Gay Tsung Chin.

A-5636163, Ukmar, John or Giovanni.
A-9757109, Vavala, Domenico.
A-8190840, Valdes, Manuel Ortaga.

A-1237393, Vasilaros, Demetrios or James Vasilaros or Jim Vasalis or Patakos.

A-9749169, Ventoso, Jesus.

A-9770967, Verde, Salvatore or Salvatore John Balente.

A-9669401, Viera, Victoriano.
A-9667780, Viso, Giacomo.

A-5063187, Vito, Tony alias Antonio Tancredi.

A-3256713, Wah, Yuen alias Wah Yuen.

083–7844, Wals, Rafael.
A-7223138, Weinberger, Bernard.
A-5713960, White, Elizabeth.

0300–346988, Wong, Hing or Wong Bow.

A-3609664, Wong, James alias Chong Yong Wong.

0646/1110, Wong, Kwai Jimmy.
A-7779637, Wong, Man-Shun.

A-3562308, Wong, Florence Kit-Wah Kwan.

A-3096901, Wong, Sak Sing.
A-2502349, Wong, Sing Fuh.

A-6855642, Woo, Yu Tsung (nee Dzung).

A-3538384, Yee, Moo.
A-9655340, Yen, Mo alias Haw Kau.
A-4223068, Ying, Wong or Mok Him.

A-7182617, York, Au alias Tan Wan Au.

A-4128110, Young, Chan Kow alias Kow Chin or Chan Kow.

A-9705072, Yow, Yuen or John Yaun or Yow Yuen or Yen Yow.

A-8117651, Yuen, Yip or Yip Ying.
A-9543441, Yun, Yip alias Soo Kun.
A-4765722, Zamboca, Albert.

A-7910571, Zamora Y Gonzalez, Armando Eulalio.

A-3270583, Chuen, Ho Wing, or Ho Ming Ngem or Jose Herrera.

A-7967432, Galvan-Rivera, Antonio.

A-1640445, Hernandez De Aguilar, Maria De Jesus.

A-1247540, Hernandez-Hernandez, Jesus.

A-7957327, Hernandez-Hernandez, Marciano Emilo or Emilo Hernandez.

A-6131180, Lopez-Lopez, Ignacio or George Casillo or Jorge Castillo.

A-4132634, Petito, Guiseppe.

A-6763324, Sanchez-Hernandez, Luis or Luis Hernandez or Luis Sanchez.

A-8090430, Tavares, Maria Guadalupe Cauz De or Ester Guadalupe Cauz De Tavares or Guadalupe Cauz.

A–7351084, Williams, Leon Emanuel or Raymond Williams.

A-3921090, Wong, Ling or George William.

1010-1082, Arendt, Alfred William Peter.

A-5588769, Aresta, Joao Maria Silva.
A-7476679, Edgar, Sidney Ellis.
A-7128768, Fenakel, Nikolas or Niklos.

A-7980352, Osle-Aloma, Fausto or Fausto Oslo.

A-7980303, Osle, Irida Rodriguez or Irida Osee (nee Irida Rodriguez Diaz).

A-6921151, Xerizotis, Constantin or Gust Zotas.

A-4332793, Carr, Annie Mary or Nan Carr or Annie Mary Thorgersen.

A-6984629, Halmschlager, Elfriede Elizabeth or Norcross.

A-5121683, Hsun-Hsiang, Nyi or Nyi Husan-Hsin and Henry Nyi. T-2072747, Islas-Casillas, Canute Jesus. A-2684180, Islas, Antonia Gomez de.

A-3066112, Marinidis, Constantine Marino or Constantine Marino Marinides.

0300-371589, Prieto, Marie Concepcion Panton (nee Conchan Rivas).

A-5003003, Rieck, John.
A-6984672, Shek, John Liensheng.
A-6620894, Shich, Benea or Sih Benea.

V-1358915, Smollar, Waltraut Wiederhold.

A-8117532, Billinis, Costas Alex.
A-9555659, Vukic, Ante.

A-7286952, Schniewind, Paul Werner Konrad.

A-7073776, Schniewind, Marie Friederike Fernande.

A-2911254, Matarela, Maurice of Mike Matarela.

Ordered, That the concurrent resolution be placed on the calendar. APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE, JUSTICE, AND

COMMERCE DEPARTMENTS The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (H. R. 4974) making appropriations for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes.

The question being on agreeing to the amendments yesterday proposed by Mr. SCHOEPPEL on page 50, lines 12 and 19, respectively. Pending debate,

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 agreed to the concurrent resolution (S. Con. Res. 30) authorizing the printing of United States wall maps for the use of the Senate and House of Representatives.

The House insists upon its amendments to the bill (S. 35) to provide for the repair and rehabilitation of public airports damaged by the armed services during the present national emergency, to extend beyond June 30, 1953, the availability of previous appropriations for payment of claims under section 17 of the Federal Airport Act, and for other purposes, disagreed to by the Senate; it agrees to the conference asked by the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon, and has appointed Mr. WOLVERTON, Mr. HINSHAW, Mr. O'HARA of Minnesota, Mr. PRIEST, and

Mr. HARRIS managers at the same on its part. APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE, JUSTICE, AND

COMMERCE DEPATMENTS The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (H. R. 4974) making appropriations for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes.

The question being on agreeing to the amendments proposed by Mr. SCHƆEPPEL on page 50, lines 12 and 19, respectively,

Pending debate,

Mr. SCHOEPPEL modified his proposed amendments; and

The amendments, as modified, were agreed to.

On motion by Mr. DOUGLAS to reconsider the vote yesterday agreeing to the reported amendment on page 5, inserting after line 11, a provision for acquisition of buildings abroad,

On motion by Mr. ELLENDER to lay on the table the motion to reconsider,

Mr. DOUGLAS raised a question as to the presence of a quorum;

Whereupon

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

When

Thirty-nine Senators answered to
their names, as follows:
Aiken
George

Millikin
Barrett
Gore

Morse
Bridges

Hennings Mundt
Byrd

Hickenlooper Pastore
Case
Hill

Russell
Cooper
Hoey

Schoeppel
Cordon
Holland

Smathers
Douglas
Jackson

Sparkman
Dworshak Johnson, Tex. Taft
Eastland Knowland Thye
E lender
Lehman

Tobey
Ferguson Maybank Watkins
Flanders McClellan Williams
No quorum being present,

On motion by Mr. KNOWLAND, Ordered, That the Sergeant as Arms be directed to request the attendance of the absent Senators.

Pending the execution of the order, Mr. KILGORE, Mr. JOHNSTON of South Carolina, Mr. ROBERTSON, Mr. HAYDEN, Mr. GOLDWATER, Mr. KEFAUVER, Mr. KUCHEL, Mr. HENDRICKSON, Mr. BEALL, Mr. PURTELL, Mr. HUMPHREY, Mr. BENNETT, Mr. BRICKER, Mr. BUTLER of Maryland, Mr. CAPEHART, Mr. CARLSON, Mr. CHAVEZ, Mr. CLEMENTS, Mr. DANIEL, Mr. DUFF, Mr. FULBRIGHT, Mr. GREEN, Mr. JENNER, Mr. JOHNSON of Colorado, Mr. KENNEDY, Mr. LANGER, Mr. MALONE, Mr. MARTIN, Mr. MONRONEY, Mr. NEELY, Mr. PAYNE, Mr. POTTER, Mr. SALTONSTALL, Mrs. SMITH of Maine, Mr. SMITH of New Jersey, Mr. SMITH of North Carolina, Mr. STENNIS, Mr. SYMINGTON, Mr. WELKER, Mr. WILEY, and Mr. YOUNG appeared and answered to their names.

A quorum being present,
Mr. ELLENDER withdrew his motion.

to prescribe the occasions upon which the uniform of any of the Armed Forces may be worn by persons honorably discharged therefrom, was reconsidered; and the motion to agree to the said amendments having been withdrawn,

On motion by Mr. SALTONSTALL,

Resolved, That the Senate disagree to the said amendments and ask a conference with the House on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon.

Ordered, That the conferees on the part of the Senate be appointed by the Presiding Officer; and

The PRESIDING OFFICER appointed Mr. SALTONSTALL, Mr. BRIDGES, and Mr. RUSSELL.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof. APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE, JUSTICE, AND

COMMERCE DEPARTMENTS The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (H. R. 4974) making appropriations for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes.

Mr. ELLENDER renewed his motion to lay on the table the motion of Mr. DOUGLAS to reconsider the vote agreeing to the reported amendment on page 5, inserting after line 11 a provision for the acquisition of buildings abroad.

Mr. DOUGLAS raised a question as to the presence of a quorum;

Whereupon

The PRESIDING OFFICER directed the roll to be called;

When

Eighty Senators answered to their
names, as follows:
Aiken
Green

Morse
Barrett
Hayden

Mundt
Beall

Hendrickson Neely Bennett

Hennings Pastore
Bricker

Hickenlooper Payne
Bridges
Hill

Potter
Butler, Md. Hoey

Purtell
Byrd
Holland

Robertson
Capehart Humphrey Russell
Carlson
Jackson

Saltonstall
Case
Jenner

Schceppel
Chavez

Johnson, Colo. Smathers Clements Johnson, Tex. Smith, Maine Cooper

Johnston, S. C. Smith. N. J. Cordon

Kefauver Smith, N. C.
Daniel

Kennedy Sparkman
Douglas
Kilgore

Ştennis
Duff

Knowland Symington
Dworshak Kuchel

Taft
Eastland
Langer

Thye
Ellender
Lehman

Tobey
Ferguson Malone

Watkins
Flanders
Martin

Welker
Fu'bright Maybank Wiley
George

McClellan Williams Goldwater Millikin

Young
Gore

Monroney
A quorum being present,

The question being taken on agreeing to Mr. ELLENDER'S motion,

It was determined in /Yeas.. 64 the affirmative

(Nays.--- 16 On motion by Mr. DOUGLAS, The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present,

Senators who voted in the affirmative areAiken Byrd

Daniel
Barrett

Capehart Duff
Beall
Carlson

Dworshak
Bennett
Case

Eastland
Bricker
Chavez

Ellender
Bridges
Cooper

Ferguson
Butler, Md. Cordon

Flanders

George

Knowland Smathers
Gore
Kuchel

Smith, Maine
Green
Langer

Smith, N. J.
Hayden
Malone

Smith, N. C.
Hendrickson Martin

Stennis
Hennings

Maybank Symington
Hickenlooper McClellan Taft
Hill
Millikin

Thye
Hoey
Mundt

Tobey
Holland
Payne

Watkins
Johnson, Colo. Purtell

Welker
Johnson, Tex. Robertson Wiley
Johnston, S. C. Russell

Young
Kefauver Saltonstall
Kilgore

Schoeppel
Senators who voted in the negative
are-
Clements Jenner

Pastore Douglas Kennedy Potter Fu'bright Lehman

Sparkman
Goldwater Monroney

Williams
Humphrey Morse
Jackson

Neely So the motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

The VICE PRESIDENT resumed the chair.

On motion by Mr. FERGUSON to further amend the bill by striking out all on line 3, page 48, down to and including line 7, relating to Rama Road, Nicaragua,

Pending debate,

Mr. KNOWLAND raised a question as to the present of a quorum;

Whereupon

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

When

Eighty-one Senators answered to their
names, as follows:
Aiken
Green

Monroney
Barrett
Griswold

Morse
Beall
Hayden

Mundt
Bennett

Hendrickson Neely Bricker

Hennings Pastore Bridges

Hickenlooper Payne
Butler, Md. Hill

Potter
Byrd
Hoey

Purtell
Ca pehart Holland

Robertson
Carlson

Humphrey Russell
Case
Jackson

Saltonstall
Chavez
Jenner

Schoeppel
Clements Johnson, Colo. Smathers
Cooper

Johnson, Tex. Smith, Maine Cordon

Johnston, S.C. Smith, N. J. Daniel

Kefauver Smith, N. C.
Douglas

Kennedy Sparkman
Duff
Kilgore

Stennis
Dworshak Knowland Symington
Eastland
Kuchel

Taft
Ellender
Langer

Thye
Ferguson
Lehman

Tobey
Flanders
Long

Watkins
Fulbright Martin

Welker
George

Maybank Wiley
Goldwater McClellan Williams
Gore
Millikin

Young
A quorum being present,
After debate,

The amendment proposed by Mr. FERGUSON was not agreed to.

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

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has passed, each without amendment, the following bill and joint resolution of the Senate:

S. 1307. An act to amend the act of December 23, 1944, authorizing certain transactions by disbursing officers of the United States, and for other purposes; and

S. J. Res. 80. Joint resolution requesting and authorizing the President of the United States to officially proclaim the

OCCASIONS FOR WEARING UNIFORM

OF ARMED FORCES BY CERTAIN PERSONS

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

The vote agreeing to the amendments of the House of Representatives to the bill (S. 1550) to authorize the President

week of June 7-14, 1953, as "Aid to Korea Week."

APPROPRIATIONS FOR STATE, JUSTICE, AND

COMMERCE DEPARTMENTS The Senate resumed the consideration of the Bill (H. R. 4974) making appropriations for the Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes.

No further amendment being made,

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. SALTONSTALL, Mr. FERGUSON, Mr. SMITH of New Jersey, Mr. MCCARRAN, Mr. ELLENDER, and Mr. HILL.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof. AUTHORITY FOR SIGNING SENATE JOINT

RESOLUTION 80 On motion by Mr. KNOWLAND, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the Vice President be authorized to sign, during the adjournment of the Senate, the enrolled joint resolution (S. J. Res. 80) requesting and authorizing the President of the United States to officially proclaim the week of June 7 to 14, 1953, as "Aid to Korea Week."

The Journal of the proceedings of Thursday, June 4, 1953, was approved.

SENATOR EXCUSED Mr. HUNT was excused from attendance upon the Senate for this week, on the request of Mr. JOHNSON of Texas.

COMMITTEES AUTHORIZED TO SIT The following-named committees were authorized to sit during the sessions of the Senate today:

The Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, on the request of Mr. KNOWLAND; and

The Committee on the District of Columbia, on the request of Mr. CASE.

ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION SIGNED Under the authority of the order of Thursday last, the President pro tempore signed during the adjournment of the Senate the enrolled joint resolution (S. J. Res. 80) requesting and authorizing the President of the United States to officially proclaim the week of June 7-14, 1953, as Aid to Korea Week, previously signed by the Speaker of the House and found truly enrolled by the Secretary of the Senate. ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION PRESENTED

The Secretary reported that on June 5, 1953, he presented to the President of the United States the enrolled joint resolution (S. J. Res. 80) requesting and authorizing the President of the United States to officially proclaim the week of June 7-14, 1953, as Aid to Korea Week.

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

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has passed the following bills of the Senate, each with an amendment, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

S. 106. A bill for the establishment of a Commission on Governmental Operations; and

S. 1514. A bill to establish a Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

The House of Representatives insists upon its amendments to the bill (S. 1550) to authorize the President to prescribe the occasions upon which the uniform of any of the Armed Forces may be worn by persons honorably discharged therefrom, disagreed to by the Senate, it agrees to the conference asked by the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon, and has appointed Mr. SHORT, Mr. JOHNSON, and Mr. KILDAY managers at the same on its part.

The House has passed the bill (H. R. 5141) to create the Small Business Administration and to preserve small business institutions and free, competitive enterprise, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate.

The Speaker of the House having signed three enrolled bills, viz, S. 117, S. 1307, and S. 1739, I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED The Secretary reported that he has examined and found truly enrolled the following bills:

S. 117. An act to amend section 7 of the Flood Control Act of 1941 relating to the apportionment of moneys received on account of the leasing of lands acquired by the United States for floodcontrol purposes;

S. 1307. An act to amend the act of December 23, 1944, authorizing certain transactions by disbursing officers of the United States, and for other purposes; and

S. 1739. An act to provide for continuation of authority for regulation of exports, and for other purposes.

The VICE PRESIDENT thereupon signed the same.

HOUSE BILL REFERRED The bill H. R. 5141, this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence, was read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency. ORDER FOR CONSIDERATION OF UNOBJECTED

BILLS ON CALENDAR On motion by Mr. KNOWLAND, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the call of the calendar be for the consideration of unobjected bills.

PRESIDENTIAL APPROVALS A message from the President of the United States, by Mr. Miller, his secretary.

Mr. President: The President of the United States approved and signed the following acts and joint resolution:

On June 4, 1953: S. 1448. An act to amend the act of June 25, 1942, relating to the making of photographs and sketches of properties of the Military Establishment, to continue in effect the provisions thereof until 6 months after the present national emergency.

On June 5, 1953: S. 1324. An act to authorize the commissioners of the District of Columbia to fix certain licensing and registration fees.

On June 6, 1953: S. 261. An act granting the consent and approval of Congress to the Connecticut River flood-control compact;

S. 380. An act to authorize the sale or lease by the State of Kansas of certain lands situated near Garden City, Kans.;

S. 1292. An act providing for the reconveyance to the town of Morristown of certain land included within the Morristown National Historical Park, in the State of New Jersey;

S. 1334. An act for the relief of the Reverend A. E. Smith;

S, 1545. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Army to convey certain Government-owned burial lots and other property in the Washington Parish Burial Ground, Washington, D. C.,

and to exchange other burial lots;

S. 1870. An act to extend the time for filing a report by the Committee on Retirement Policy for Federal Personnel established by the act of July 16, 1952; and

S. J. Res. 80. Joint resolution requesting and authorizing the President of the United States to officially proclaim the

TRANSPORTATION IN GOVERNMENT-OWNED

VEHICLES FOR VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION EMPLOYEES

On motion by Mr. KNOWLAND, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (H. R. 1730) to provide for furnishing transportation in Governmentowned automotive vehicles for employees of the Veterans' Administration at field stations in the absence of adequate public or private transportation. Pending debate,

ORDER FOR ADJOURNMENT

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

Ordered, That when the Senate concludes its business today it adjourn until Monday next.

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. SCHOEPPEL, at 6 o'clock and 23 minutes p. m.,

The Senate, under its order of today, adjourned until Monday next.

MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1953 The VICE PRESIDENT called the Senate to order and the Chaplain offered prayer.

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

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week of June 7-14, 1953, as Aid to Korea Week.

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

QUESTION OF QUORUM Mr. KNOWLAND raised a question as to the presence of a quorum;

Whereupon

The VICE PRESIDENT directed the roll to be called;

When

Seventy-three Senators answered to their names, as follows: Aiken Hayden

McClellan Beall

Hendrickson Millikin
Bennett Hennings Monroney
Bricker

Hickenlooper Morse
Bridges
Hill

Mundt
Byrd
Holland

Neely
Capehart Humphrey Payne
Carlson
Jackson

Potter
Case

Johnson, Colo. Robertson Chavez

Johnson, Tex. Russell
Clements Johnston, S. C. Schoeppel
Cordon

Kefauver Smathers
Daniel
Kerr

Smith, Maine Douglas Kilgore

Smith, N. J. Duff

Knowland Sparkman Dworshak Kuchel

Stennis
Eastland Langer

Symington
Ellender
Lehman

Thye
Ferguson Long

Tobey
Frear
Malone

Watkins
George

Mansfield Welker
Gillette
Martin

Wiley
Goldwater Maybank Young
Gore

McCarran
Green

McCarthy
A quorum being present,

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

A resolution of the Senate of the State of Michigan, favoring every possible consideration for the Hearst plan for better roads, advanced by William Randolph Hearst, Jr., in his newspapers; to the Committee on Public Works.

A resolution of the Legislature of the State of Nebraska, repudiating, retracting, and withdrawing a resolution of a prior legislature relating to an amendment to the Constitution of the United States regarding taxes on income, inheritance, and gifts; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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

A joint resolution favoring the support of corn and feed grain prices upon a flexible basis and to authorize the liquidation of the surplus corn and feed grain now in the hands of the Government at prices which the livestock industry and other purchasers are able to pay; to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

A joint resolution favoring the continuance of the buy-American policy with respect to the purchase of supplies for the Armed Forces in this country and abroad; to the Committee on Armed Services.

A joint resolution favoring the exemption of jury fees from Federal income taxation and to exempt jurors from requirement of reporting such fees; and

A joint resolution favoring an increase in custom duties wherever possible and to such an extent as may be necessary to provide adequate protection to the

agricultural and livestock industry of the United States; to the Committee on Finance.

A joint resolution favoring early passage of S. 671, putting an end to a serious interference with State and local taxing powers that strikes directly at the rights of the States to support the essentials of Government by nondiscriminatory taxation; to the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.

A resolution of the board of aldermen, Chelsea, Mass., favoring the proposals of Senator Kennedy for a social and economic legislative program for New England; to the Committee on Finance.

A concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, favoring reconsideration by the members of the Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of their action to link Alaska statehood with the bill providing statehood for Hawaii, and permit S. 49 to be considered by the Senate so it may deliberate and pass alone upon the merits of Hawaii's bid for statehood; and

A resolution of the Legislative Assembly of the Virgin Islands, embodying the recommendations of the people of the Virgin Islands with respect to the revision of their organic act; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

A resolution of Americans of Rumanian descent and anti-Communist Rumanians, of New York, N. Y., remonstrating against Communist coercion against Valeriu C. Georgescu and his family; to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

Mr. MCCARRAN presented a resolution of the National Society, Daughters of the American Colonists, Washington, D. C., favoring the retention of the Immigration and Naturalization Act, without amendment or modification; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Mr. CORDON, from the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, to whom was referred the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 6) to provide for a continuance of civil government for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 371) thereon.

Mr. MCCARTHY, from the Committee on Appropriations, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 5174) making appropriations for the Treasury and Post Office Departments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 373) thereon.

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

S. 1766. A bill to establish the Office of Commissioner of Refugees (Rept. No. 374);

H. R. 1434. A bill to amend the act of February 24, 1925, incorporating the American War Mothers (Rept. No. 375); and

H. R. 2113. A bill to amend the act incorporating the American Legion so as to

redefine (a) the powers of said corporation, (b) the right to the use of the name "The American Legion" and "American Legion" (Rept. No. 376).

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

S. 1748. A bill to incorporate the National Fund for Medical Education (Rept. No. 377);

S. 1759. A bill to provide for the naturalization of persons serving in the Armed Forces of the United States after June 24, 1950 Rept. No. 378); and

H. J. Res. 238. Joint resolution granting the status of permanent residence to certain aliens (Rept. No. 381).

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

S. 1273. A bill to amend the act entitled “An act to incorporate the American University," approved February 24, 1893, so as to vest supervision of the American University in the board of education of the Methodist Church, and for other purposes (Rept. No. 379);

S. J. Res. 3. Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to the taking of private property (Rept. No. 380).

Mr. LANGER, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 76) designating the week beginning June 14, 53, as Theodore Roosevelt Week, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 370) thereon.

The Senate proceeded, by unanimous consent, to consider the said joint resolution; and no amendment being made,

Ordered, That it be engrossed and read a third time.

The said joint resolution was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass, that the preamble be agreed to, and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein.

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

By Mr. SMITH of New Jersey: S. 2062. A bill for the relief of Basil Campean; to the Committee on the Judi. ciary.

S. 2063. A bill to provide for the sale of 10 dry-cargo Liberty ships to the merchant marine of the Free Territory of Trieste; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

By Mr. HENDRICKSON: S. 2064. A bill for the relief of Aniceto Sparagna; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. WATKINS: S. 2065. A bill for the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Hendrik Van der Tuin; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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