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of tungsten ores, and concentrates in the United States, its Territories and possessions, and for other purposes.

The Speaker of the House having signed three enrolled bills, viz, S. 639, S. 1679, and H. R. 4730, I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

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

S. 639. An act to provide for the abandonment of a certain part of the Federal project for the Broadkill River in Delaware;

S. 1679. An act to repeal certain acts relating to cooperative agricultural extension work and to amend the SmithLever Act of May 8, 1914, to provide for cooperative agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States, Territories, and possessions receiving the benefits of an act of Congress approved July 2, 1862, and of acts supplementary thereto, and the United States Department of Agriculture; and

H. R. 4730. An act to provide for the conveyance by the United States to the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, of certain lands formerly owned by that city.

The VICE PRESIDENT thereupon signed the same.

HOUSE BILLS REFERRED The bills H. R. 1308 and H. R. 2231, this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence, were read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. REPORT ON FREIGHT-FORWARDING

ACTIVITIES The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of Commerce, transmitting, pursuant to law, the 24th report of action taken by the United States Maritime Administration for the coordination of forwarding and similar services of waterborne export and import foreign commerce for the period January 1 through April 30, 1953; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Conimittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

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

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

A resolution favoring action to insure that no more veterans' hospitals are closed until such time as there is conclusive showing that a surplus of beds for veterans who need care exists; to the Committee on Appropriations; and

A resolution urging that Camp Roberts, in San Luis Obispo County, Calif., be maintained as an active replacement training center; to the Committee on Armed Services.

A resolution of the Legislature of the State of Massachusetts, favoring the retention of the New England regional office of the Wage and Hour Division of the

United States Department of Labor in the city of Boston, and a branch office of the said Division in the city of Springfield; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

A resolution of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York, N. Y., remonstrating against those provisions of the McCarran-Walter immigration law that contain national-origins quotas; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

A resolution of the California Baptist Brotherhood, Fresno, Calif., favoring the establishment of prayer and meditation rooms in the Capitol for use of Members of Congress; to the Committee on Rules and Administration.

Mr. KENNEDY presented a resolution of the City Council, Lynn, Mass., favoring recent Senate speeches made by him relating to funds for more employment in the New England States and its further economic development; which was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. HUMPHREY presented the following resolutions of the American Legion, Slayton, Minn., which were referred as indicated:

A resolution favoring not less than the minimum of $921,000,000 necessary to carry on administration, medical, hospital, and domiciliary services as proposed in the budget of the Veterans' Administration; to the Committee on Appropriations.

A resolution favoring the continuance of Public Law 312, 73d Congress, which provides that any veteran who served honorably in the Armed Forces in time of war shall be entitled to admission to a Veterans' Administration hospital for treatment of a non-service-connected disability if unable to pay for such treatment elsewhere, provided a bed is available; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN

RELATIONS Mr. WILEY, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, submitted a report (No. 441), accompanied by a bill (S. 2150) providing for creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation to construct part of the St. Lawrence seaway in United States territory in the interest of national security; authorizing the Corporation to consummate certain arrangements with the St. Lawrnece Seaway Authority of Canada relative to construction and opera on of the seaway; empowering the Corporation to finance the United States share of the seaway cost on a self-liquidating basis; to establish cooperation with Canada in the control and operation of the St. Lawrence seaway; to authorize negotiations with Canada of an agreement on tolls; and for other purposes; which was read the first and second times by unanimous consent and ordered to be placed on the calendar.

By Mr. CASE (by request): S. 2141. A bill to provide public assistance to needy persons in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes; to the Committee on the District of Columbia.

By Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska: S, 2142. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Maria Nucaro Scalise; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. FULBRIGHT: S. 2143. A bill for the relief of George Ban McCleland; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. MANSFIELD: S. 2144. A bill for the relief of Sister Antonia Fodor; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HUMPHREY: S. 2145. A bill to extend the provisions of the Public Health Service Act to hospitals furnishing primarily domiciliary care and to extend the provisions of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act to mentally disabled individuals; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

By Mr. ANDERSON: S. 2146. A bill to extend the period for filing claims for compensation by prisoners of war to July 31, 1953; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Mr. DWORSHAK: S. 2147. A bill for the relief of Terrence Waller; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. DOUGLAS: S. 2148. A bill for the relief of Mile Milanovic; and

S. 2149. A bill for the relief of Johnnie Happy Wauchop; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. JOHNSON of Colorado:
S. 2151. A bill for the relief of Mrs.
Olejcak (nee Holubowa); to the Com-
mittee on the Judiciary.
REGISTRATION, CLASSIFICATION, AND INDUC-

TION OF CERTAIN MEDICAL AND DENTAL
CATEGORIES

Mr. SALTONSTALL submitted the folowing conference report:

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the Senate to the bill (H. R. 4495) to amend the Universal Military Training and Service Act, as amended, so as to provide for special registration, classification, and induction of certain medical, dental, and allied specialist categories, and for other purposes, having met, after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective Houses as follows:

That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendments of the Senate numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 23, and agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 8: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 8, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment insert the following: examination;

(D) periods of active duty for training entered into subsequent to the enactment of this subparagraph, as de

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

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

The said joint resolution was read the third time.

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

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

fined in subsection 101 (c), Armed Forces Reserve Act of 1952 (66 Stat. 481); and

(E) periods of active service which terminate subsequent to April 30, 1953, in other than an Armed Force terminated by orders which specify that such termination is without the approval of the agency concerned. And the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 15: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 15, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment insert the following: The period of active duty that any such person may be required to perform shall not exceed (A) twenty-four months if he has had less than nine months of active service, as defined in paragraphs 4 (i) (4) and (5) of the Universal Military Training and Service Act, as amended; (B) twenty-one months if he has had at least nine but less than twelve months of such service; (C) eighteen months if he has had at least twelve but less than fifteen months of such service; (D) fifteen months if he has had at least fifteen or more months of such service; since September 16, 1940, but prior to the date of his order to active duty under this subsection.

And the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 16: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 16, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment insert the following: , on July 1, 1953, ; and on page 7 of the bill, in lines 23 and 24, strike out "under the provisions of the Act of September 9, 1950, as amended," and insert in lieu thereof on the basis of active service, as defined in section 4 (i) of the Universal Military Training and Service Act, as amended, rendered prior to the date of his latest entry on active duty,; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 22: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 22, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In line 9 of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment, immediately after "(c)”, strike out “The" and insert in lieu thereof Effective July 1, 1953, the; and the Senate agree to the same.

LEVERETT SALTONSTALL,
STYLES BRIDGES,
RALPH E. FLANDERS,
RICHARD B. RUSSELL,

HARRY FLOOD BYRD,
Managers on the part of the Senate.

DEWEY SHORT,
LESLIE C. ARENDS,
W. STERLING COLE,
CARL T. DURHAM,

PAUL J. KILDAY,
Managers on the Part of the House.

The Senate proceeded to consider the report; and

Resolved, That the Senate agree thereto.

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

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 passed, each without amendment, the following bills of the Senate:

S. 141. An act for the relief of Harry Ray Smith; and

S. 712. An act for the relief of William R. Jackson.

The House has agreed to the amendments of the Senate to each of the following bills of the House:

H. R. 1482. An act for the relief of Hildegard Schoenauer; and

H. R. 3795. An act to adjust the salaries of officers and members of the Metropolitan Police force, the United States Park Police, the White House Police, and the Fire Department of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes.

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

H. R. 3581. An act to further the policy enunciated in the act of October 26, 1949 (63 Stat. 927), to facilitate public participation in the preservation of sites, buildings, and objects of national significance or interest by providing for a National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States; and

H. R. 5495. An act to extend the authority of the President to enter into trade agreements under section 350 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, and for other purposes.

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

Ordered, That the bill H. R. 3581 be referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs: and

That the bill H. R. 5495 be referred to the Committee on Finance.

WHEAT FOR PAKISTAN The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (S. 2112) to provide for the transfer of price-support wheat to Pakistan; and the reported amendments having been agreed to,

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

The said bill was read the third time.

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

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein. CHARTER OF VESSELS TO CITIZENS OF THE

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 88) to authorize the Secretary to extend certain charters of vessels to citizens of the Republic of the Philippines, and for other purposes; and no amendment being made,

SALE OF VESSELS TO CITIZENS OF THE

REPUBLIC OF PHILIPPINES

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 72) to authorize the Secretary of Commerce to sell 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; and the reported amendments having been agreed to,

Ordered, That the joint resolution be engrossed and read a third time.

The said joint resolution was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass, that the preamble be disagreed to, as reported by the committee, and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein, NATURALIZATION OF PERSONS SERVING IN

ARMED FORCES On motion by Mr. CASE, and by unanimous consent,

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 1759) to provide for the naturalization of persons serving in the Armed Forces of the United States after June 24, 1950; and the reported amendment haying been agreed to,

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

Ordered, That the Committee on the Judiciary be discharged from the further consideration of the bill (H. R. 4233) of an identical title; and the bill having been amended on his motion,

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

The said bill, as amended, was read the third time.

Resolved that it pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives in the amendment.

Ordered, by unanimous consent, That the bill S. 1759 be postponed indefinitely. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF REFUGEES

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 1766) to establish the Ofice of Commissioner of Refugees; and amendment being made,

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

The said bill was read a third time.

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

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

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

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

RELIEF OF FRED P. HINES

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 152) for the relief of Fred P. Hines; and no amendment being made,

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

The said bill was read a third time.

Resolved, That it pass, and the title thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein. CRIME IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

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

The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (S. 1946) to provide for the more effective prevention, detection, and punishment of crime in the District of Columbia; and the reported amendments having been agreed to, and the bill further amended on the motion of Mr. HENDRICKSEN and the motion of Mr. BARRETT (for Mr. MORSE and Mr. HENDRICKSON),

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (H. R. 5312) of an identical title; and having been amended on his motion,

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

The said bill, as amended, was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives in the amendment.

Ordered, by unanimous consent, That the bill S. 1946 be postponed indefinitely. REAPPOINTMENT OF ROBERT V. FLEMING

BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE SMITHSONIAN
INSTITUTION

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 82) to provide for the reappointment of Robert V. Fleming as citizen regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonion Institution; 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, and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

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

SUBMERGED LANDS OF THE OUTER

CONTINENTAL SHELF On motion by Mr. KNOWLAND, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 1901) to provide for the jurisdiction of the United States over the submerged lands of the outer Continental Shelf, and to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to lease such lands for certain purposes. AUTHORITY FOR COMMITTEES TO REPORT,

SIGNING OF ENROLLED BILLS, AND RE-
PORTS OF NOMINATIONS

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

Ordered, That during the recess of the Senate, committees be authorized to submit reports, the Secretary to receive messages from the House of Representatives and nominations from the President of the United States, and Vice President to sign bills found truly enrolled.

ENROLLED BILLS PRESENTED The Secretary reported that on June 16, 1953, he presented to the President of the United States the following bills:

S. 639. An act to provide for the abandonment of a certain part of the Federal project for the Broadkill River in Delaware; and

S. 1679. An act to repeal certain acts relating to cooperative agricultural extension work and to amend the SmithLever Act of May 8, 1914, to provide for cooperative agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States, Territories, and possessions receiving the benefits of an act of Congress approved July 2, 1862, and of acts supplementary thereto, and the United States Department of Agriculture.

RECESS On motion by Mr. KNOWLAND, at 3 o'clock and 16 minutes p. m.,

The Senate took a recess until 12 o'clock noon on Thursday next.

necticut, to perform the duties of the Chair during by absence.

STYLES BRIDGES,

President pro tempore, Mr. PURTELL thereupon took the chair.

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

The Journal of the proceedings of Tuesday, June 16, 1953, was approved.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE Under the authority of the order of the Senate of Tuesday last, the Secretary received, during the recess of the Senate, the following message from the House of Representatives:

The House has agreed to the concurrent resolution of the Senate (S. Con. Res. 25) favoring the granting of the status of permanent residence to certain aliens, with amendments, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate.

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

H. R. 4329. An act for the relief of Huntington, McLaren & Co.; and

H. R. 5527. An act to authorize the employment in a civilian position in the Office of the Secretary of Defense of Lt. Gen. Graves Blanchard Erskine, upon retirement from the United States Marine Corps, and for other purposes.

The House has agreed to the report of the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendment of the House to the bill (S. 1081) to provide authority for temporary economic controls, and for other purposes.

ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED Under the authority of the order of the Senate of Tuesday last, the Vice President signed during the recess the following enrolled bills, which had been previously signed by the Speaker of the House and found truly enrolled by the Secretary of the Senate:

H. R. 1482. An act for the relief of Hildegard Schoenauer;

H. R. 3795. An act to adjust the salaries of officers and members of the Metropolitan Police Force, and United States Park Police, the White House Police, and the Fire Department of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes; and

H. R. 4495. An act to amend the Universal Military Training and Service Act, as amended, so as to provide for special registration, classification, and induction of certain medical, dental, and allied specialist categories, and for other purposes.

HOUSE BILLS REFERRED The following bills received from the House of Representatives during the recess for concurrence, were deemed to have been read the first and second times:

Ordered, That the bill H. R. 4329 be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary; and

That the bill H. R. 5527 be referred to the Committee on Armed Services.

APPOINTMENT OF OWEN JOSEPHUS ROBERTS

AS MEMBER OF SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 83) to provide for the appointment of Owen Josephus Roberts as a member of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution; and no amendment being made,

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

The said joint resolution was read the third time.

THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1953 (Legislative day of Monday, June 8, 1953)

Mr. WILLIAM A. PURTELL, from the State of Connecticut, called the Senate to order at 12 o'clock noon, and the Chaplain offered prayer. APPOINTMENT OF ACTING PRESIDENT

PRO TEMPORE The Secretary read the following communication from the President pro tempore:

UNITED STATES SENATE,

PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE, Washington, D. C., June 18, 1953. To the Senate:

Being temporarily absent from the Senate, I appoint Hon. WILLIAM A. PURTELL, a Senator from the State of Con

Committee on the Disposition of Papers in the Executive Departments; and

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

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 ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore directed the roll to be called;

When

Eighty-two Senators answered to their
names, as follows:
Aiken
Griswold

McCarran
Anderson
Hayden

McCarthy
Barrett

Hendrickson McClellan Bennett

Hennings Millikin Bush

Hickenlooper Monroney
Butler, Md. Hill

Morse
Byrd
Hoey

Mundt
Capehart Holland

Neely
Carlson

Humphrey Payne
Case
Hunt

Potter
Chavez
Jackson

Purtell
Clements
Jenner

Robertson
Cooper

Johnson, Colo. Saltonstall Cordon

Johnson, Tex. Scheeppel
Daniel

Johnston, S. C. Smathers
Dirksen
Kefauver

Smith, Maine Douglas

Kennedy Smith, N. J.
Duff
Kerr

Sparkman
Dworshak Kilgore

Stennis Eastland

Knowland Symington Ellender Kuchel

Taft Ferguson Langer

Thye
Flanders Long

Watkins
Frear
Magnuson

Welker
George
Malone

Williams
Gillette

Mansfield Young
Goldwater Martin
Green

Maybank

GRANT OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE TO DIS

PLACED PERSONS The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore 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 granting applications for permanent residence of certain displaced persons pursuant to section 4 of the Displaced Persons Act of 1948, as amended, together with a statement for the reason for such grants; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

A quorum being present,

SENATOR EXCUSED Mr. RUSSELL was excused from attendance upon the Senate on today and tomorrow,

on the request of Mr. CLEMENTS.

LAWS PASSED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, transmitting, pursuant to law, copies of a law passed by the Legislative Assembly of the Virgin Islands; which, with the accompanying paper, was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

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

A resolution of the City Council of Oakland, Calif., favoring the enactment of legislation to provide for the continuance of tolls on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge for the purpose of constructing additional crossings of San Francisco Bay; to the Committee on Public Works.

A resolution by citizens of Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian descent, adopted at Washington, D. C., remonstrating against Soviet acts of violence and genocide in the Baltic States and favoring House Resolution 231, suggesting the creation of a select House committee to conduct an investigation and study of the elections held in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia in 1940 which led to the corporation of these countries into the Soviet Union; to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore presented a resolution from the board of directors and the national council of the American Friends of the Middle East, New York, N. Y., favoring the enactment of legislation to furnish 1 million tons of wheat to the starving people of Pakistan; which was ordered to lie on the table.

Services, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 5527) to authorize the employment in a civilian position in the Office of the Secretary of Defense of Lt. Gen. Graves Blanchard Erskine, upon retirement from the United States Marine Corps, and for other purposes, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 446) thereon.

Mr. SALTONSTALL, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Armed Services, to whom was referred the bill (S. 2128) to further amend the Mutual Security Act of 1951, as amended, and for other purposes, reported it with amendments and submitted a report (No. 444) thereon.

Mr. STENNIS, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Armed Services, to whom was referred the bill (S. 1806) to amend the Navy ration statute so as to provide for the serving of oleomargarine or margarine, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 447) thereon.

Mr. CORDON, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Appropriations, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 4828) making appropriations for the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes, reported it with amendments and submitted a report (No. 445) thereon.

Mr. LANGER, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill (S. 448) to prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes, reported it with amendments and submitted a report (No. 448) thereon.

Mr. GOLDWATER, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Banking and Currency, to whom was referred the bill (S. 1458) to continue the effectiveness of the act of December 2, 1942, as amended, and the act of July 28, 1945, relating to war-risk hazard and detention benefits, until July 1, 1954, reported it with amendments and submitted a report (No. 449) thereon.

Mr. HENDRICKSON, by unanimous consent, from the Select Committee on Small Business, submitted a report (No. 442) on the tax problems of small business; which was ordered to be printed. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT

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

By Mr. BARRETT: S. 2152. A bill for the relief of Felipe Lopez Vasquez; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. THYE: S. 2153. A bill to authorize the transfer of certain property to the State of Minnesota, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

By Mr. CAPEHART: S. 2154. A bill to authorize the extension of patents covering inventions whose practice was prevented or cur

SUSPENSION OF DEPORTATION OF ALIENS

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore 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 of 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.

USELESS PAPERS IN GOVERNMENT DEPART

MENTS AND AGENCIES The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore 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

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Mr. CARLSON, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, to whom was referred the bill (S. 1569) to amend the Independent Offices Appropriations Act, 1953, so as to provide for the investigation by the Civil Service Commission in lieu of the Federal Bureau of Investigation of persons receiving Atomic Energy Commission fellowships, reported it without amendment and submitted a report (No. 443) thereon.

Mr. SALTONSTALL, by unanimous consent, from the Committee on Armed

tailed during certain emergency periods
by service of the patent owner in the
Armed Forces or by production controls;
to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. CLEMENTS:
S. 2155. A bill for the relief of Christa
Kunze and her minor daughter, Yvonne;
to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. MCCARRAN:
S. 2156. A bill for the relief of John
Enepekides, his wife, Anna, and his son,
George; to the Committee on the
Judiciary.

By Mr. HUMPHREY:
S. 2157. A bill to permit deduction for
income-tax purposes of certain expenses
incurred by working mothers in provid-
ing care for their children while they are
at work; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. DOUGLAS:
S. 2158. A bill for the relief of Helga
Edith Kucera; to the Committee on the
Judiciary.

By Mr. PURTELL:
S. 2159. A bill for the relief of Mrs.
Elizabeth M. Casey; to the Committee on
Finance.

S. 2160. A bill for the relief of the
East Coast Ship & Yacht Corp., of Noank,
Conn.; and

S. 2161. A bill for the relief of Cornelia
Jean Seager; to the Committee on the
Judiciary.

By Mr. ANDERSON:
S. 2162. A bill for the relief of Joan
Casad Ellison; to the Committee on the
Judiciary.

By Mr. HOEY:
S. 2163. A bill to authorize conveyance
to the State of North Carolina of certain
lands and improvements constituting
the United States cottonfield station lo-
cated near Statesville, N. C.; to the Com-
mittee on Agriculture and Forestry.

By Mr. MALONE:
S. 2164. A bill to amend the Tariff Act
of 1930, and for other purposes; to the
Committee on Finance.

By Mr. NEELY:
S. J. Res. 90. Joint resolution relating
to the legal limits within which the im-
port tax applicable to crude petroleum
and residual fuel oil may be increased or
decreased by the President; to the Com-
mittee on Finance.
RESISTANT TO COMMUNIST OPPRESSION IN

EUROPE Mr. HUMPHREY, by unanimous consent, submitted the following resolution (S. Res. 119), which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations:

Resolved, That the Senate of the United States hereby expresses:

(1) Its profound admiration for the people of Germany in their resistance to Communist totalitarianism;

(2) Its sense that every effort be made by the Government of the United States to bring about the unification of Germany, so that a united Germany may take its place as an equal partner in the family of the democratic nations; and

(3) Its belief that the holding of free elections throughout Germany is the essential first step toward German unifi. cation.

NOTICE OF MOTION TO SUSPEND THE RULES disposition of such property shall be on

Mr. CORDON submitted the following such terms as will reimburse the United notices in writing:

States and the proceeds therefrom shall In accordance with rule XL, of the be deposited in the Treasury as miscelStanding. Rules of the Senate, I hereby

laneous receipts. give notice in writing that it is my inten When said disposition has been eftion to move to suspend paragraph 4 of fected the unexpended balance of the rule XVI for the purpose of proposing to appropriation made in the Interior Dethe bill (H. R. 4828) making appropria partment Appropriation Act, 1952 (65 tions for the Department of the Interior Stat. 248), under the heading “Construcfor the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, tion, Southeastern Power Administraand for other purposes, the following tion," and the unexpended balance of amendment, namely: On page 26, after the appropriation made in the Interior line 14, insert:

Department Appropriation Act, 1953 (66 The Secretary of the Interior shall Stat. 445), under the same heading for review all existing concession leases and the Clark Hill-Greenwood facilities, shall contracts, and hereafter all new conces

be covered into the Treasury as miscelsion leases and contracts and all renew

laneous receipts.
als of such leases and contracts shall be
reviewed by the Secretary of the Interior

In accordance with rule XL, of the and shall be entered into with qualified Standing Rules of the Senate, I hereby persons on the basis of competitive bids: give notice in writing that it is my inProvided, That hereafter all awards of tention to move to suspend paragraph 4 concession leases and contracts shall be of rule XVI for the purpose of proposreported by the Secretary of the Interior ing to the bill (H. R. 4828) making apto the President of the Senate and the propriations for the Department of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Interior for the fiscal year ending June for transmission to the appropriate 30, 1954, and for other purposes, the Committees.

following amendment, namely: On page

9, line 20, after “completed," insert ProIn accordance with rule XL, of the vided further, That the Secretary may Standing Rules of the Senate, I hereby transfer without exchange of funds to give notice in writing that it is my inten the Devils Lake Sioux Tribe of the Fort tion to move to suspend paragraph 4 of Totten Reservation, the East Side and rule XVI for the purpose of proposing to Crow Hill day schools together with the the bill (H, R. 4828) making appropria lands on which they are situated whentions for the Department of the Interior ever it is determined they are no longer for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, needed for Bureau purposes. and for other purposes, the following amendment, namely: at the proper place In accordance with rule XL, of the insert the following: Provided further, Standing Rules of the Senate, I hereby That the succession of the Island Trad give notice in writing that it is my intening Company is hereby extended to De tion to move to suspend paragraph 4 of cember 31, 1956, and the time within rule XVI for the purpose of proposing to which the amount of the reserve for Navy the bill (H. R. 4828) making appropriasubsidies shall be paid into the Treasury tions for the Department of the Interior as miscellaneous receipts, as required by for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, the Interior Department Appropriation and for other purposes, the following Act, 1953, is hereby extended to the said amendment, namely: On page 9, line 20, date.

after “completed," insert provided fur

ther, That the Secretary is authorized to In accordance with rule XL, of the purchase, without regard to the prohibiStanding Rules of the Senate, I hereby tion against the purchase of land from give notice in writing that it is my in appropriations for Construction, Bureau tention to move to suspend paragraph 4 of Indian Affairs, contained in this or of rule XVI for the purpose of proposing any other Act, not to exceed one thouto the bill (H. R. 4828) making appro sand five hundred acres of nonreservapriations for the Department of the In tion lands in Arizona, and necessary terior for the fiscal year ending June rights-of-way and easements required 30, 1954, and for other purposes, the fol for the enlargement of the Picacho Reslowing amendment, namely: On page 2, ervoir of the San Carlos Indian irrigation line 15, insert:

project, and approximately five acres of The Secretary of the Interior is here allotted Indian lands within the Yakima by authorized to negotiate a disposition Indian Reservation, Washington, for use of all real and personal property ac of the Wapato irrigation project. quired by contract or otherwise out of or by color of appropriations in either In accordance with rule XL, of the the 1952 or 1953 Interior Department Standing Rules of the Senate, I hereby Appropriation Acts under the heading give notice in writing that it is my intenConstruction, Southeastern Power Ad tion to move to suspend paragraph 4 of ministration for the Clark Hill-Green rule XVI for the purpose of proposing to wood transmission facility to the Green the bill (H. R. 4828) making appropriawood County Electric Power Commission, tions for the Department of the Interior a public agency of the State of South for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, Carolina, having first completed pay and for other purposes, the following ments due on property so acquired. The amendment, namely: On page 13, line 25,

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