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A-11890548, Thing, Moy Nom,
A-5542123, Pagani, Aldo,
A-4028658, Newton, Harold,
A-3112318, Houy, Yee,
A-8196763, Parisi, Gioacchino.

SEC. 2. 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 six months:

A-10265245, Chan, Wan,
A-9167100, Chung, Young,
A-7463525, Katz, Manfred,
A-9777398, Key, Mok,
A-1990570, Kuo, Irene Hsing-Nee,
A-10401833, Wing, Chu,
A-9528675, Wong, Chan,
A-7651542, Yu, Bei Wun Tun,
A-9653774, Lin, Toh Jung,
A-6587841, Chung, Yin Own,
A-5966273, Loy, Jow,
A-6703136, Lydakis, George John,
A-6703135, Lydakis, Penelope George,
A-10258021, Shek, Tsang,
A-9678206, Nam, Chi,
A-6794998, Namkung, Helen Mineko,
A-9526171, Sam, Mak,
A-9752413, Kiviranta, Eino Aulis,
A-6943747, Partheniades, Nicholas.

Sec. 3. The Congress approves the granting of the status of permanent residence in the case of each alien hereinafter named, in which case the Attorney General has determined that such alien is qualified under the provisions of section 6 of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, as amended (67 Stat. 403; 68 Stat. 1044) :

A-7957556, Allen Shih-Chun Hsiao,
A-9948078, Piccinich, Matteo Millo,
A-10135721, Scrivaních, Nicolo Martino,
A-10255933, Hroncich, Martino,

A-7828472, Bohlman, Jerzy (also known as Michael George Bohlman),

A-6920592, Kapka, Alice Mary,
A-6920587, Kapka, Edith Majer,
A-6920588, Kapka, Edith Rosemary,
A-6920633, Kapka, Janos or John,
A-6920591, Kapka, Janos or John Mary,
A-7469190, Kapka, Mary Valery,
A-10136154, Morin, Giovanni (also known as John Morin),
A-9798837, Sotirion, Georgios,
A-6667573, Wasiel, Bogdan.

Sec. 4. The Congress favors the granting of the status of permanent residence in the case of each alien hereinafter named, in which case the Attorney General has determined that such alien is qualified under the provisions of section 4 of the Displaced Persons Act of 1948, as amended (62 Stat. 1011; 64 Stat. 219; 40 App. U.S.C. 1953):

A-9660331, Zurek, Edward,
A-9776592, Nyczkalo, Piotr or Petro Nyczkalo or Peter Nickalo,
A-8015435, Szubert, Marijan.
Agreed to 'September 23, `1961.

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September 23, 1961 (H. Con. Res. 399)

Anto, p. 785.

CORRECTION OF H. R. 7377 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That in the enrollment of the bill (H.R. 7377), to increase the limitation on the number of positions which may be placed in the top grades of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, to provide certain additional research and development positions, and for other purposes, the Clerk of the House is authorized and directed to make the following corrections:

In section 102(a), strike out "10" and insert in lieu thereof "12".

In section 202, strike out “United States Arms Control Agency” and insert in lieu thereof “United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency”.

Passed September 23, 1961.

September 27, 1961 (S. Con. Res. 54)

SIGNING OF ENROLLED BILLS, ETC. Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That notwithstanding the sine die adjournment of the two Houses, the Speaker pro tempore of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate or the President pro tempore of the Senate be, and they are hereby, authorized to sign enrolled bills and joint resolutions duly passed by the two Houses and found truly enrolled.

Agreed to September 27, 1961.

September 27, 1961 (S. Con. Res. 55)

ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),
That the two Houses shall adjourn on Wednesday, the 27th day of
September, 1961, and that when they adjourn on said day they stand
adjourned 'sine die.

Agreed to September 27, 1961.

PROCLAMATIONS

PROCLAMATIONS

JANE ADDAMS CENTENNIAL DAY
By the President of the United States September 2, 1960

(No. 3370] of America

A Proclamation WHEREAS September 6, 1960, will mark the centennial of the birth of Jane Addams, one of our country's first and greatest champions of human progress through neighborly understanding; and

WHEREAS Jane Addams pioneered in helping unfortunate persons through the neighborly services offered at Hull House—the Nation's first settlement house—which she founded in Chicago in 1889; and

WHEREAS many of today's welfare services owe their origin to her establishment of such resources as our first child-guidance clinic, a child-care center to help working mothers, an employment service, and educational and recreational opportunities for impoverished families; and

WHEREAS her vision and leadership led to the outlawing of child labor, to the establishment of the world's first juvenile court, and to improved working conditions and hours of labor; and

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