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S. 771. An act for the relief of Anni Wolf S. 3464. An act to amend the Communicaand her minor son; to the Committee on tions Act of 1934 in order to make certain the Judiciary.

provision for the carrying out of the AgreeS. 808. An act for the relief of Frederick ment for the Promotion of Safety on the Wiesinger; to the Committee on the Judi- Great Lakes by Means of Radio; to the Comciary.

mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. S. 810. An act for the relief of Jan E. Tom- S. 3482. An act to amend the District of czycki; to the Committee on the Judiciary. Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act,

S.966. An act for the relief of Demitrious and for other purposes; to the Committee Vasililous Karavogeorge; to the Committee on the District of Columbia. on the Judiciary.

S. 3506. An act to repeal the act approved S. 1212. An act for the relief of Alice September 25, 1914, and to amend the act Masaryk; to the Committee on the Judiciary. approved June 12, 1934, both relating to

S. 1585. An act to amend the District of alley dwellings in the District of Columbia; Columbia Traffic Act, 1925, as amended; to to the Committee on the District of Cothe Committee on the District of Columbia. lumbia.

S. 1611. An act to regulate the election of S. 3518. An act to amend the laws relating delegates representing the District of Colum

to fees charged for services rendered by the bia to national political conventions, and for office of the Recorder of Deeds for the Disother purposes; to the Committee on the trict of Columbia and the laws relating to District of Columbia.

appointment of personnel in such office, and S. 2380. An act to amend the Mineral Leas

for other purposes; to the Committee on the ing Act of February 25, 1920, as amended; District of Columbia. to the Committee on Interior and Insular S. 3546. An act to provide an immediate Affairs.

program for the modernization and improveS. 2381. An act to amend section 27 of the ment of such merchant-type vessels in the Mineral Leasing Act of February 25, 1920, as reserve fleet as are necessary for national deamended, in order to promote the develop- fense; to the Committee on Merchant Marine ment of oil and gas on the public domain; and Fisheries. to the Committee on Interior and Insular S. 3558. An act to amend the act entitled Affairs.

"An act to provide for the better registraS. 2387. An act for the relief of Willy Voos tion of births in the District of Columbia, and his wife, Alma Voos; to the Committee and for other purposes,” approved March 1, on the Judiciary.

1907; to the Committee on the District of S. 2389. An act to amend the act of Decem- Columbia. ber 3, 1942; to the Committee on Merchant S. 3589. An act to provide for the indeMarine and Fisheries.

pendent management of the Export-Import S. 2456. An act for the relief of Martin Bank of Washington under a Board of DiGenuth; to the Committee on the Judiciary. rectors, to provide for the representation of

S. 2504. An act for the relief of Elisa Al- the Bank on the National Advisory Council bertina Cioccio Rigazzi or Elisa Cioccio; to on International Monetary and Financial the Committee on the Judiciary.

Problems and to increase the Bank's lending
S. 2510. An act for the relief of Paul authority; to the Committee on Banking and
Lewerenz and Margareta Ehrhard Lewerenz; Currency.
to the Committee on the Judiciary.

S. 3681. An act to authorize the Civil Sery-
S. 2512. An act for the relief of Jeannette

ice Commission to make available group life Kalker and Abraham Benjamin Kalker; to insurance for civilian officers and employees the Committee on the Judiciary.

in the Federal service, and for other purS. 2542. An act for the relief of Glicerio

poses; to the Committee on Post Office and M. Ebuna; to the Committee on the Judi

Civil Service. ciary.

S. 3683. An act to amend the District of S. 2587. An act for the relief of Domenico

Columbia Credit Unions Act; to the ComPeri; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

mittee on the District of Columbia. S. 2635. An act for the relief of Nadeem

S. 3697. An act to amend the act of April Tannous and Mrs. Jamile Tannous; to the

6, 1937, as amended, to include cooperaCommittee on the Judiciary.

tion with the Governments of Canada or S. 2655. An act to amend the District of

Mexico or local Canadian or Mexican auColumbia Teachers' Salary Act of 1947, as

thorities for the control of incipient or amended; to the Committee on the District

emergency outbreaks of insect pests or plant of Columbia.

diseases; to the Committee on Agriculture. S. 2686. An act to amend the act entitled

S. 3699. An act granting the consent of "An act to control the possession, sale, trans

Congress to a compact entered into by the fer, and use of pistols and other dangerous

States of Louisiana and Texas relating to the weapons in the District of Columbia, to pro

waters of the Sabine River; to the Committee vide penalties, to prescribe rules of evidence,

on Interior and Insular Affairs. and for other purposes," approved July 8, 1932; to the Committee on the District of Columbia. S. 2687. An act to authorize the Commis

ENROLLED BILLS AND JOINT sioners of the District of Columbia to desig

RESOLUTION SIGNED nate employees of the District to protect life

Mr. LECOMPTE, from the Committee and property in and on the buildings and grounds of any institution located upon

on House Administration, reported that property outside of the District of Colum

that committee had examined and found bia acquired by the United States for Dis truly enrolled bills and a joint resolution trict sanitoriums, hospitals, training schools, of the House of the following titles, which and other institutions; to the Committee on were thereupon signed by the Speaker: the District of Columbia.

H. R. 733. An act for the relief of HildeS. 2798. An act for the relief of Azizollah

gard H. Nelson; Azordegan; to the Committee on the Judi

H. R. 734. An act for the relief of Mihai ciary. S. 2958. An act for the relief of Ida Reiss

Handrabura; muller and Johnny Damon Eugene Reiss

H. R. 944. An act for the relief of Mr. and muller; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Mrs. Zygmunt Sowinski; S. 3085. An act for the relief of Mrs. Helen

H. R. 1115. An act for the relief of Mrs. Stryk; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

Suhula Adata; S. 3306. An act for the relief of Kang Chay

H. R. 1762. An act for the relief of Sugako
Won; to the Committee on the Judiciary. Nakai;

S. 3329. An act to amend the District of H. R. 2899. An act for the relief of Igor
Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act of Shwabe;
1953, to correct certain inequities; to the H. R. 3333. An act for the relief of Julia
Committee on the District of Columbia. N. Emmanuel;

H. R. 3624. An act for the relief of Peter M. Leaming;

H. R. 4496. An act to authorize and direct the conveyance of certain lands to the Board of Education of Prince Georges County, Upper Marlboro, Md., so as to permit the construction of public educational facilities urgently required as a result of increased defense and other essential Federal activities in the District of Columbia and its environs;

H. R. 6342. An act to amend the Public Buildings Act of 1949 to authorize the Administrator of General Services to require title to real property and to provide for the construction of certain public buildings thereon by executing purchase contracts; to extend the authority of the Postmaster General to lease quarters for post-office purposes; and for other purposes;

H. R. 6422. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Army to convey to the Government's grantors certain lands erroneously conveyed by them to the United States;

H. R. 6650. An act for the relief of Joseph Gerny;

H. R. 6998. An act for the relief of Erna White;

H. R. 7125. An act to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act with respect to residues of pesticide chemicals in or on raw agricultural commodities;

H. R. 7132. An act to exempt from taxa-. tion certain property of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States in the District of Columbia;

H. R. 7158. An act authorizing the United States Government to reconvey certain lands to S. J. Carver;

H. R. 7468. An act to amend certain pro-. visions of part II of the Interstate Commerce. Act so as to authorize regulation, for purposes of safety and protection of the public, of certain motor-carrier transportation between points in foreign countries, insofar as such transportation takes place within the United States;

H. R. 7500. An act for the relief of Kurt Forsell;

H. R. 7802. An act for the relief of Hanna Werner and her child, Hanna Elizabeth Werner;

H. R. 8247. An act to provide for the restoration and maintenance of the U. S. S. Constitution and to authorize the disposition of the U. S. S. Constellation, U. S. S. Hartford, U.S. S. Olympia, and U.S. S. Oregon, and for other purposes;

H. R. 8692. An act to permit the payment of certain trust accounts to the beneficiary on the death of the trustee by savings and loan, and similar associations in the District of Columbia;

H. R. 8973. An act to amend paragraph 31 of section 7 of the act entitled "An act making appropriations to provide for the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903, and for other purposes," approved July 1, 1902, as amended;

H. R. 8974. An act to permit investment of funds of insurance companies organized within the District of Columbia in obligations of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development;

H. R. 9143. An act to repeal the provisions of section 16 of the Federal Reserve Act which prohibits a Federal Reserve bank from paying out notes of another Federal Reserve bank;

H. R. 9561. An act to correct typographical errors in Public Law 368, 83d Congress; and

H. J. Res. 459. Joint resolution to designate the lake to be formed by the completion of the Texarkana Dam and Reservoir on Sulphur River, about 9 miles southwest from Texarkana, Tex., as Lake Texarkana.

ADJOURNMENT
Mr. STRINGFELLOW. Mr. Speaker,
I move that the House do now adjourn.

.

The motion was agreed to; accordingly the following bill was reported July 10, REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PRI

, (at 4 o'clock and 9 minutes p. m.) the 1954:

VATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS House adjourned until tomorrow, Tues

Mr. REES of Kansas: Committee on Post Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports day, July 13, 1954, at 12 o'clock noon.

Office and Civil Service. H. R. 9836. A bill of committees were delivered to the

to provide a method for the establishment Clerk for printing and reference to the EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.

of an equitable classification and pay sys- proper calendar, as follows:

tem for the postal field service, to provide inUnder clause 2 of rule XXIV, executive creases in the salaries of personnel in such

Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. communications were taken from the service, and for other purposes; with amend

H. R. 669. A bill for the relief of George D. ment (Rept. No. 2107). Referred to the Com

Kyminas; with amendment (Rept. No. 2108). Speaker's table and referred as follows: mittee of the Whole House on the State of

Referred to the Committee of the whole 1721. A letter from the Acting Comptroller the Union.

House. General of the United States, transmitting

Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee a report on the audit of the Panama Canal

[Submitted July 12, 1954]

on the Judiciary. H. R. 787. A bill for the Company and the Canal Zone Government

Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of

relief of Israel Ratsprecher and Maryse Ratfor the year ended June 30, 1953, pursuant committees were delivered to the Clerk

sprecher; with amendment (Rept. No. 2109). to the Government Corporation Control Act

Referred to the Committee of the whole (31 U. S. C. 841), the Budget and Account

for printing and reference to the proper House. ing Act, 1921 (31 U. S. C. 53), and the Ac- calendar, as follows:

Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judicounting and Auditing Act of 1950 (31 U.S.C. Mr. HOPE: Committee on Agriculture. S.

ciary. H. R. 818. A bill for the relief of 67) (H. Doc. No. 473); to the Committee on 1381. An act to amend the Agricultural Act

Mrs. Emma Martha Staack; without amendGovernment Operations and ordered to be of 1949; without amendment (Rept. No. ment (Rept. No. 2110). Referred to the printed.

2177). Referred to the Committee of the Committee of the Whole House, 1722. A letter from the Acting Secretary Whole House on the State of the Union.

Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judiof Defense, transmitting as attachment A, Mr. HOPE: Committee on Agriculture. S.

ciary. H. R. 842. A bill to restore United copies of 17 separate reports of violation of 2583. An act to indemnify against loss all

States citizenship to a former citizen, Atsuko section 3679, Revised Statutes, which have persons whose swine were destroyed in July Kiyota Szekeres, who has expatriated herbeen received from the Departments of the 1952 as a result of having been infected with

self; with amendment (Rept. No. 2111). ReNavy and Air Force, pursuant to section or exposed to the contagious disease vesicular

ferred to the Committee of the Whole House. 3679 (i) (2), Revised Statutes; to the Comexanthema; without amendment (Rept. No,

Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judimittee on Appropriations. 2178). Referred to the Committee of the

ciary. H. R. 905. A bill for the relief of 1723. A letter from the Acting Secretary of Whole House on the State of the Union.

Franciszek Wolczek; without amendment the Army, transmitting a draft of legis- Mr. HOPE: Committee on Agriculture,

(Rept. No. 2112). Referred to the Committee lation entitled “A bill to amend the Career H. R. 6393. A bill granting the consent and

of the Whole House. Compensation Act of 1949, as amended, to approval of Congress to an interstate forest

Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. allow credit for certain service for purposes fire protection compact; without amend

H. R. 950. A bill for the relief of Panoula of pay, and for other purposes"; to the Com

ment (Rept. No. 2179). Referred to the Panagopoulos; without amendment (Rept. mittee on Armed Services. Committee of the Whole House on the State

No. 2113). Referred to the Committee of 1724. A letter from the Chairman, Federal of the Union.

the Whole House. Communications Commission, transmitting a

Mr. HINSHAW: Joint Committee on Inter

Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judireport on backlog of pending applications

state and Foreign Commerce. H. R. 9390. A ciary. H. R. 1171. A bill for the relief of and hearing cases in the Federal Communi

bill to extend certain civilian-internee and Mrs. Wai-Jan Low Fong; with amendment cations Commission as of May 31, 1954, pur

prisoner-of-war benefits under the War (Rept. No. 2114). Referred to the Commitsuant to section 5 (e) of the CommunicaClaims Act of 1948, as amended, to civilian

tee of the Whole House. tions Act as amended July 16, 1952, by Púb

internees and American prisoners of war Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. lic Law 554; to the Committee on Inter

captured and held during the hostilities in H. R. 1209. A bill for the relief of Stylianos state and Foreign Commerce.

Korea; with amendment (Rept. No. 2180). Harlambidis; with amendment (Rept. No. 1725. A letter from the Attorney General,

Referred to the Committee of the whole 2115). Referred to the Committee of the transmitting a draft of a proposed bill enHouse on the State of the Union.

Whole House. titled "A bill to amend section 284 of title

Mr. COLE of New York: Joint Committee Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. 18 of the United States Code relating to the representational activities of former em

on Atomic Energy. H. R. 9757. A bill to H. R. 1324. A bill for the relief of Georgina

amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, as Chinn; with amendment (Rept. No. 2116). ployees”; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

amended, and for other purposes; without Referred to the Committee of the whole 1726. A letter from the Attorney General,

amendment (Rept. No. 2181). Referred to House. transmitting a draft of a proposed bill en

the Committee of the Whole House on the Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judititled "A bill to amend section 709 of title State of the Union.

ciary. H. R. 1897. A bill for the relief of 18, United States Code, so as to protect the

Mr. ALLEN of Illinois: Committee on Mrs. Betty E. LaMay; with amendment (Rept. name of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from commercial exploitation; to the

Rules. House Resolution 623. Resolution No. 2117). Referred to the Committee of Committee on the Judiciary. for the consideration of H. R. 8356, a bill to

the Whole House. improve the public health by encouraging

Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee more extensive use of the voluntary prepay

on the Judiciary. H. R. 2051. A bill for the REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB

relief of Ivo Markulin; without amendment ment method in the provision of personal

(Rept. No. 2118). Referred to the CommitLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS health seryices; without amendment (Rept.

tee of the whole House. No. 2182). Referred to the House Calendar. Under clause 2 of rule XIII, pursuant

Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judi

Mr. ALLEN of Illinois: Committee on to the order of the House of July 8, 1954,

ciary. H. R. 2358. A bill for the relief of Rules. House Resolution 624. Resolution the following conference report was filed

Dr. Vahram Uluhogian; with amendment for consideration of S. 3539, an act to further (Rept. No. 2119). Referred to the CommitJuly 9, 1954:

amend title II of the Career Compensation tee of the Whole House. Mr. D’EWART: Committee of Conference. Act of 1949, as amended, to provide for the Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. S. 3378. A bill to revise the Organic Act of computation of reenlistment bonuses for H. R. 2415. A bill for the relief of Nicholas the Virgin Islands of the United States (Rept. members of the uniformed services; without John Manticas, Yvonne Manticas, Mary No. 2105). Ordered to be printed.

amendment (Rept. No. 2183). Referred to Manticas, and John Manticas; with amend. the House Calendar.

ment (Rept. No. 2120). Referred to the Under clause 2 of rule XIII, pursuant Mr. ALLEN of Illinois: Committee on

Committee of the Whole House. to the order of the House of July 8, 1954,

Resolution
Rules. House Resolution 625.

Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committhe following bill was reported July 9, for consideration of S. 3458, an act to au

tee on the Judiciary. H. R. 2480. A bill for 1954: thorize the long-term time charter of tankers

the relief of Charlotte Margarita Schmidt; Mr. WOLVERTON: Committee on Inter

with amendment (Rept. No. 2121). Reby the Secretary of the Navy, and for other state and Foreign Commerce. H. R. 8356.

ferred to the Committee of the Whole House, purposes; without amendment (Rept. No. A bill to improve the public health by en

Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi2184). Referred to the House Calendar. couraging more extensive use of the volun

ciary. H. R. 2483. A bill for the relief of Gia

Mr. ALLEN of Illinois: Committee on tary prepayment method in the provision of

como Bartolo Vanadia; with amendment Rules. House Resolution' 626. Resolution personal health services; with amendment

(Rept. No. 2122). Referred to the Commitfor consideration of H. R. 236, a bill to au(Rept. No. 2106). Referred to the Commit

tee of the Whole House. tee of the Whole House on the State of the

thorize the construction, operation, and Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. Union.

maintenance by the Secretary of the Interior H. R. 2647. A bill for the relief of Angelita

of the Fryingpan-Arkansas project, Colorado; Haberer; with amendment (Rept. No. 2123). Under clause 2 of rule XIII, pursuant without amendment (Rept. No. 2185). Re- Referred to the Committee of the whole to the order of the House of July 8, 1954, ferred to the House Calendar.

House.

.

Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. known as Sali) Schor, and Gita (also known Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the JudiciH. R. 2674. A bill for the relief of Dr. Paul as Gitta Aviva) Schor; with amendment ary. H. R. 7262. A bill for the relief of Rosa Keuk Chang; with amendment (Rept. No. (Rept. No. 2142). Referred to the Commit- Maria Vollmer; with amendment (Rept. No. 2124). Referred to the Committee of the tee of the whole House.

2161). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House.

Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. Whole House. Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judi- H. R. 5344. A bill for the relief of Bob Kan; Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. ciary. H. R. 2794. A bill for the relief of with amendment (Rept. No. 2143). Referred H. R. 7343. A bill for the relief of Hildegart Mrs. Claire Godreau Daigle; with amend- to the Committee of the Whole House.

Liselotte Budesheim and her minor child; ment (Rept. No. 2125). Referred to the Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiciary. with amendment (Rept. No. 2162). Referred Committee of the Whole House.

H. R. 5459. A bill for the relief of Takeko to the Committee of the Whole House. Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi- Ishiki; without amendment (Rept. No: 2144). Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiciary. H. R. 2799. A bill for the relief of Referred to the Committee of the whole ciary. H. R. 7352. A bill for the relief of Gertrud Babette Kraeutter; with amend- House.

Mrs. Sonja Ries Kock; without amendment ment (Rept. No. 2126). Referred to the Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee (Rept. No. 2163). Referred to the CommitCommittee of the Whole House.

on the Judiciary. H. R. 5749. A bill for the tee of the Whole House. Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi- relief of Maria Teresa Lubiato; without Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee ciary. H. R. 2887. A bill for the relief of amendment (Rept. No. 2145). Referred to on the Judiciary. H. R. 7579. A bill for the Hilario Camino Moncado; with amendment the Committee of the Whole House.

relief of Mrs. Anita Scavone; with amend(Rept. No. 2127). Referred to the Com- Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiciary. ment (Rept. No. 2164). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House.

H. R. 5762. A bill for the relief of Suren Pe- mittee of the Whole House. Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiciary lenghian; without amendment (Rept. No. Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. H. R. 2901. A bill for the relief of Tokuko 2146). Referred to the Committee of the H. R. 7581. A bill for the relief of Gaetano Kobayashi, and her minor son; with amend- Whole House.

Conti; with amendment (Rept. No. 2165). ment (Rept. No. 2128). Referred to the Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. Referred to the Committee of the whole Committee of the Whole House.

H. R. 5841. A bill for the relief of Boris House. Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. Ivanovitch Oblesow; without amendment Mr. GPAHAM: Committee on the JudiH. R. 3024. A bill for the relief of Sergio (Rept. No. 2147). Referred to the Commit- ciary. H. R. 7828. A bill for the relief of Emeric; with amendment (Rept. No. 2129). tee of the Whole House.

Mariana George Loizos Kellis; without Referred to the Committee of the whole Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiciary. amendment (Rept. No. 2166). Referred to House.

H. R. 6266. A bill for the relief of Frank Rob- the Committee of the Whole House. Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judici- ert Gage; without amendment (Rept. No. Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiary. H. R. 3144. A bill for the relief of 2148). Referred to the Committee of the ciary. H. R. 7829. A bill for the relief of Elias Y. Richa; without amendment (Rept. Whole House.

Shimasoi Michiko; without amendment No. 2130). Referred to the Committee of Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judiciary. (Rept. No. 2167). Referred to the Committhe Whole House.

H. R. 6324. A bill for the relief of Orlando tee of the Whole House. Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. Lucarini; without ainendment (Rept. No. Mr. WALTER: Committee on the JudiH. R. 3388. A bill for the relief of Louie 2149). Referred to the Committee of the ciary. H. R. 7834. A bill for the relief of Ella Attaway; without amendment (Rept. Whole House.

Erika Schneider Buonasera; with amendment No. 2131). Referred to the Committee of Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judiciary. (Rept. No. 2168). Referred to the Committhe Whole House.

H. R. 6355. A bill for the relief of Elena Scar- tee of the Whole House. Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee petti Savelli; without amendment (Rept. No. Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Commiton the Judiciary. H. R. 3447. A bill for the 2150). Referred to the Committee of the tee on the Judiciary. H. R. 7885. A bill relief of Maria Paccione Pica; with amend- Whole House.

for the relief of Sohan Singh Rai and Joginment (Rept. No. 2132). Referred to the Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi- dar Kaur Rai; without amendment (Rept. Committee of the Whole House.

ciary. H. R. 6367. A bill for the relief of No. 2169). Referred to the Committee of Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. Nobu Nogawa Nitta; with amendment (Rept. the Whole House. H. R. 3520. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Erna No. 2151). Referred to the Committee of the Mr. WALTER: Committee on the JudiRosita Pont (formerly Erna Rosita Michel); Whole House.

ciary. H. R. 7938. A bill for the relief of with amendment (Rept. No. 2133). Referred Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. Miss Martha Heuschele; with amendment to the Committee of the Whole House. H. R. 6442. A bill for the relief of Tamiko

(Rept. No. 2170). Referred to the CommitMr. WALTER: Committee on the judiciary. Fujiwara; with amendment (Rept. No. 2152). tee of the Whole House. H. R. 3566. A bill for the relief of Pimen Referred to the Committee of the whole

Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. Maximovitch Sofronov; with amendment House.

H. R. 8066. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Ger(Rept. No. 2134). Referred to the Committee Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi

trud Eckerl Strickland; without amendment of the Whole House. ciary. H. R. 6498. A bill for the relief of

(Rept. No. 2171). Referred to the CommitMiss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee Elfriede Lina Roser; with amendment

tee of the Whole House. on the Judiciary. H. R. 3750. A bill for the

(Rept. No. 2153). Referred to the Commit- Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judirelief of Inge Beckmann; with amendment

tee of the Whole House. (Rept. No. 2135). Referred to the Commit

ciary. H. R. 8183. A bill for the relief of

Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Juditee of the Whole House.

Elfriede Ida Geissler; without amendment ciary. H. R. 6858. A bill for the relief of Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi

(Rept. No. 2172). Referred to the CommitMrs. Efthemia Soteralis; without amendment ciary. H. R. 3874. A bill for the relief of

tee of the Whole House. (Rept. No. 2154). Referred to the CommitRoberto Johnson; with amendment (Rept.

Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. tae of the Whole House. No. 2136). Referred to the Committee of the

H. R. 8375. A bill for the relief of Ilse Rad

Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the JudiWhole House.

ler Hughes; with amendment (Rept. No. ciary. H. R. 7033. A bill for the relief of Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary.

2173). Referred to the Committee of the H. R. 4054. A bill for the relief of Jorge Sole

Mrs. Anna J. Weigle; without amendment Whole House. Massana; with amendment (Rept. No. 2137).

(Rept. No. 2155). Referred to the Com- Mr. WALTER: Committee on the JudiReferred to the Committee of the Whole mittee of the Whole House.

ciary. H. R. 8413. A bill for the relief of House.

Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judiciary. Sigrid Brinkhoff; without amendment (Rept. Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judi

H. R. 7151. For the relief of Mazal Kolman; No. 2174). Referred to the Committee of ciary. H. R. 4437. A bill for the relief of

with amendment (Rept. No. 2156). Referred the Whole House. Louise Rank; with amendment (Rept. No. to the Committee of the Whole House.

Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judi2138). Referred to the Committee of the

Mr. CELLER: Committee on the Judiciary. ciary. H. R. 8424. A bill for the relief of Whole House.

H. R. 7217. A bill for the relief of Astor Mrs. Else Johnson; with amendment (Rept. Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judi- Vergata; without amendment (Rept. No. No. 2175), · Referred to the Committee of ciary. H. R. 5119. A bill for the relief of 2157). Referred to the Committee of the the Whole House. Augusta Oppacher Bialek; with amendment Whole House.

Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judi(Rept. No, 2139). Referred to the Commit- Mr. WALTER: Committee on the Judici

ciary. H. R. 9103. A bill for the relief of tee of the Whole House.

ary. H. R. 7228. A bill for the relief of Chris- Rose Mary Keser; without amendment Miss THOMPSON of Michigan: Committee tine Susan Caiado; without amendment (Rept. No. 2176). Referred to the Commiton the Judiciary. H. R. 5193. A bill for the (Rept. No. 2158). Referred to the Com

tee of the Whole House. relief of Dr. Jalal Elahi and Batool Elahi; mittee of the Whole House.. with amendment (Rept. No. 2140). Referred Mr. GRAHAM: Committee on the Judicito the Committee of the Whole House.

ary. H. R. 7245. A. bill for the relief of Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. Miss Martha Kantelberg; with amendment

PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS H. R. 5194. A bill for the relief of Pauline (Rept. No. 2159). Referred to the Committee

Under clause 4 of rule XXII, public Katzmann; without amendment (Rept. No. of the Whole House.

bills and resolutions were introduced and 2141). Referred to the Committee of the Mr. CELLER: Committee on the JudiciWhole House.

ary. H. R. 7246. A bill for the relief of severally referred as follows: Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. Mrs. Elfriede Majka Grifasi; with amend

By Mr. DONDERO: H. R. 5319. A bill for the relief of Henry ment (Rept. No. 2160). Referred to the H. R. 9859. A bill authorizing the construc(also known as Heinrich) Schor, Sally (also Committee of the Whole House.

tion, repair, and preservation of certain

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public works on rivers and harbors for navi- which such benefits may be offered; to the By Mr. LATHAM: gation, flood control, and for other purposes; Committee on Veterans' Affairs.

H. R. 9876. A bill for the relief of George to the Committee on Public Works.

By Mr. TOLLEFSON:

Liberatos (Lymperatos); to the Committee By Mr. CAMP:

H. R. 9868. A bill to amend the Merchant on the Judiciary. H. R. 9860. A bill relating to the tax treat- Ship Sales Act of 1946 to provide for the

By Mr. OAKMAN: ment to be afforded under section 117 (j) (3) charter of passenger ships in the domestic H. R. 9877. A bill for the relief of Mr. of the Internal Revenue Code in certain cases trade; to the Committee on Merchant Marine Lazaros Marko Damianopoulos; to the Cominvolving the sale, exchange, or conversion and Fisheries.

mittee on the Judiciary. of land with unharvested crops thereon; to

By Mr. BELCHER:

By Mrs. ROGERS of Massachusetts: the Committee on Ways and Means.

H. Con. Res. 252. Concurrent resolution re

H. R. 9878. A bill for the relief of George By Mr. COUDERT:

questing the President to proclaim October Verrios; to the Committee on the Judiciary. H. R. 9861. A bill to establish a Commis23 as United States Day; to the Committee

By Mr. VAN PELT: on the Judiciary. sion on Programs for the Aging; to the

H. R. 9879. A bill for the relief of Helga Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com

By Mr. REED of Illinois:

Kutschka; to the Committee on the Judi

H. Res. 622. Resolution providing for addi- ciary. merce.

tional funds for studies and investigations By Mr. ENGLE: H. R. 9862. A bill to amend section 46 of by the Committee on the Judiciary; to the

PETITIONS, ETC. Committee on House Administration. the act of May 25, 1926, and thereby modify

Under clause 1 of rule XXII, petitions the excess land and repayment provisions of the Federal reclamation laws; to the Com

and papers were laid on the Clerk's desk mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS and referred as follows: By Mr. JENKINS:

Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private 1092. By Mr. GOODWIN: Petition of Rev. H. R. 9863. A bill to provide for the free bills and resolutions were introduced and Wallace Forgey and 48 others of Melrose, importation of black granite for use in severally referred as follows:

Mass., favoring passage of the Bryson bill, monuments erected on Federal property; to the Committee on Ways and Means.

By Mr. BUDGE:

H. R. 1227; to the Committee on Interstate By Mr. REAMS:

H. R. 9869. A bill for the relief of Francisco and Foreign Commerce.
Ortis Escudero; to the Committee on the

1093. By Mr. HORAN: Petition of L. S. H. R. 9864. A bill to amend the first section Judiciary.

Worley, Spokane, Wash, and 25 other citizens of the act entitled “An act relating to withholding, for State income-tax purposes, on

By Mr. DOLLINGER:

of Spokane, Wash., favoring action to outlaw

the Communist Party; to the Committee on the compensation of Federal employees," ap

H. R. 9870. A bill for the relief of Bernardo

the Judiciary. proved July 17, 1952; to the Committee on Prano; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

1094. By Mr. NORBLAD: Petition of ElizaWays and Means.

By Mr. FERNANDEZ:

beth R. Keeney and 39 other citizens of CorBy Mr. SMITH of Mississippi: H. R. 9871. A bill for the relief of L. F.

vallis, Oreg., urging the enactment of the Goedeke; to the Committee on the Judiciary. H. R. 9865. A bill to require that when

Bryson bill, H. R. 1227, to the Committee on ever an officer or member who is discharged

By Mr. HESELTON:

Interstate and Foreign Commerce. from the Armed Forces is so mentally de

H. R. 9872. A bill for the relief of Klara

1095. By the SPEAKER: Petition of the ranged or unstable as to be potentially dan

Scholl Lamere; to the Committee on the deputy clerk, Board of Supervisors, Buffalo,

Judiciary. gerous, his family and certain other persons

N. Y., requesting that the necessary steps are to be placed on notice of such potential

By Mrs. KELLY of New York:

be taken to provide adequate funds and re

H. R. 9873. A bill for the relief of Lemuel danger; to the Committee on Armed Services.

sources to properly develop the port of BufA. Wynne; to the Committee on the JudiBy Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN:

falo, etc.; to the Committee on Public Works. ciary. H. R. 9866. A bill to prescribe certain limi

1096. Also, petition of George H. Ball,

By Mr. KNOX: tations with respect to outpatient dental

Columbia Typographical Union, No. 101,

H. R. 9874. A bill for the relief of Anna care for veterans; to the Committee on Vet

Washington, D. C., appealing for the relief Wiesneth; to the Committee on the Judi- of more than 9,000 retired International erans' Affairs. ciary.

Typographical Union printers, who through By Mr. SPRINGER:

By Mr. LANTAFF:

a decision of the Commissioner of Internal H. R. 9867. A bill to amend the laws grant

H. R. 9875. A bill for the relief of Julius Revenue have had their ITU pensions placed ing education and training benefits to cer- G. Watson; to the Committee on the Judi- in a taxable status effective January 1, 1954; tain veterans to extend the period during ciary.

to the Committee on Ways and Means.

EXTENSIONS OF REMARKS

Breaux Bridge, La., High School Band These honors include selection of the of the trip, and the band is under the

band to represent Louisiana at the Lions leadership of Mr. Harry Greig, band EXTENSION OF REMARKS

international convention in New York director of the music department of the

City where the members won much addi- high school.
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tional acclaim and attention, playing at The band members are: Betty DelHON. EDWIN E. WILLIS the convention in Madison Square Gar- homme, Patricia Balch, Roberta Webre,

, OF LOUISIANA

den, participating in the convention Jeannelle Gauthier, Shirley Guidry, IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

parade, and in other presentations. They Beverly Hebert, Jean Nell Broussard,

have taken part in many events in Loui- Rebecca Cormier, Joan Guidry, Jo Ann Monday, July 12, 1954

siana, and this band of 67 young musi- Keterlers, Elaine Pellerin, Patricia Patin, Mr. WILLIS. Mr. Speaker, it is in- cians has become widely known.

Barbara Broussard, Edward Domingue, deed a pleasure to call the attention of The citizens of Breaux Bridge, who Glenda Landry, Gloria Patin, Elizabeth my colleagues to the presence in Wash- through various benefit activities, raised Latiolais, Joy Conrad, Gaynell Guidry, ington today and tomorrow of a talented the large sum of money necessary to de

ney necessary to de- Lydia Rose Guidry, Elaine Mason, Doand popular organization from my con- fray expenses of the band on the trip to lores Barnes, Tommy Balch, June Corgressional district-the Breaux Bridge New York, can feel that their interest mier, Mike Morrogh, Emily Hebert, (La.) High School Band.

and efforts in this connection, and on Kerny Broussard, Dickie Hebert, JeanI trust that a number of Members of previous occasions, are amply rewarded ette Pellerin, Larry Thibodeaux, James Congress had an opportunity to hear this by the appearance and ability of this Domingue, Donna Melancon, Dorsy band in a concert this afternoon on the organization, the widespread publicity it Brasseaux, Dalton Broussard, Roland east front center steps of the Capitol, has given to its home town and the State Guidry, Vienna Mae Marks, Horace which was followed by a tour of the Cap- of Louisiana, and the excellent musical Guidry, Ray Pellerin, A. P. Dupuis, itol and visits to the House and Senate training afforded these young people. Dianna Melancon, Curtis Guidry, Betty galleries. We, in Louisiana, and par- The band, now en route home from Jo Young, Jo Jo Guidry, Yvonne Thiboticularly in the Third Congressional Dis- New York, is accompanied by a number deaux, Jerome Mouton, J. C. Tabor, trict and my home parish-county-of of leading citizens of Breaux Bridge, to- Burnell Martin, Clifford Hebert, Jason St. Martin, in which Breaux Bridge is gether with other Louisianians. Mr. Leo Dupuis, Rufus Hebert, Clifford Mouton, situated, are very proud of this band and Delahoussaye, principal of the Breaux Edwin Hebert, Patsy Green, Faye the honors it has received.

Bridge High School, is in general charge Guidry, Richard Broussard, Charlene

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Theriot, P. J. Hebert, Janice Nepveu, scientific, manufacturing, and agricul- Well-Deserved Tribute to Former ConErline Begnaud, Arthur Broussard, Rose tural developments are taking place

gressman Maurice H. Thatcher, Only Angelle, Irene Delhomme, Judy Thibo- daily. Our citizens are well recognized deaux, Joan LaRue Hebert, Rochelle for their expert and skilled abilities. We Surviving Member Isthmian Canal ComRoberts, Dianne Domingue, Russel have a truly cosmopolitan congressional

mission Peltier.

district because we have all phases of The chaperones are: Mrs. Harry science, manufacturing, and agriculture Greig, John Breaux, Earl Hollier, Mr. represented to an unusual degree.

EXTENSION OF REMARKS and Mrs. Frank Guidry, Mrs. Percy Since becoming their Representative

OF Broussard, Mrs. Claude Guidry, Mrs. in Congress I have considered it my duty

HON. JOHN M. ROBSION, JR. Felix Pellerin, Mrs. Dalton Broussard, to not only be well informed of their

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opinions, but also to be of greatest posOthers in the group include: Miss sible service to each and every person in

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Julie Cormier, Mrs. B. D. Champagne, our Third District who has a personal

Monday, July 12, 1954 Marine Guidry, Mrs. Leo Delahoussaye, problem with some department or agency

Mr. ROBSION. Mr. Speaker, one of Miss Louise Castille, Miss Simone Cas- of our Federal Government. I, there

my predecessors in Congress from the tille, Mrs. Francis Broussard, Miss Linda Conrad, Hemby Morgan, Mrs. Odile B. roots conferences throughout the district Louisville, Ky., District was Hon. Maurice Clause, Miss Mary K. Clause, Miss Caro- 3 years ago and have continued to hold H. Thatcher, 1923–33. Upon the formal lyn Clause, Mrs. Whitney Hebert, Mrs. them each year during the time Congress presentation and dedication-on March

31 last of the memorial monument to James Thevenet, Mrs. Chester Brous- is in adjournment. I also opened a full

Gen. George W. Goethals, chairman and sard, Mr. and Mrs. Sanders Delhomme, time Congressional Service Office at 1219

Chief Engineer, of the Isthmian Canal Jerry Delhomme, Leon Breaux, Miss Third National Building in Dayton,

Commission from 1907 to 1914, during Laure Lee Dauterive, Mr. and Mrs. where I can confer with people person

the construction period of the Panama Randall Bulliard, Miss Jacqueline Ann ally at such times as my official duties Tabor, Mrs. Roger Ketelers, Mrs. H. permit me to return to the district. At Canal, Mr. Thatcher took part in the Guillory, Miss Mary Louise Hebert, all times when it is necessary for me to formal program at Balboa, Canal Zone.

The Commission had charge of the work Mrs. Percy Cormier, Ricky Cormier, Mrs. be in Washington attending to my legis

of building the canal. Frank Patin, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Pel- lative and other oficial duties, a comlerin and son Junior, Mrs. Maude D. Du- petent secretary is in charge of my Dis

Mr. Thatcher is the only surviving

member of the Commission, and during puis, Mrs. Claude J. Dauterive, all of trict Congressional Service Office to asBreaux Bridge, La. sist anyone in the preparation of re

the years 1910–13, he served as such

commissioner and also as head of the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arceneaux, Opelou- quests for me to assist them in their per

sonal problems with the various Federal Department of Civil AdministrationMrs. J. E. Narreau, Mrs. James Gau- governmental departments and agencies. Governor-of the Canal Zone. He and thier, Mrs. Willie Fournet, all of St. Thus I have sincerely tried to not only Mrs. Thatcher were in attendance on the Martinville, La.

represent the opinions and desires of all indicated occasion as guests of the Canal Miss Isabelle Guidry, of New Iberia, the people in our very important Third Zone Government. La.

District to the best of my ability, but I In his Isthmian post, Mr. Thatcher Miss Mary Ann Domingue and Miss have also made every effort to serve discharged his duties with efficiency and Louise Sonniraer, both of Scott, La. them.

fidelity and did much to build up good Jimmy Benoit, of Welsh, La.

Members of Congress are called upon relationships between the United States Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Thibodeaux and

to deal with legislation covering a vast and the Canal Zone with the GovernMrs. John Gorr, all of Lafayette, La. amount of subject matter dealing with ment and people of the Panamanian Re

On their recent visit to the Mr. and Mrs. Terrel Thibodeaux, Lake both national and international sub- public. Charles, La.

jects which affect the lives of each and isthmus—following a lapse of more than Texas is also represented in the group

every citizen to an unbelievable extent. 21 years since their visit in January by Mrs. Victor Bush, Miss Patsy Bush, These personal conferences help me to 1933, while he was yet in Congress—both and Robert Bush, of Brownwood.

serve them in a much more effective were received in the Canal Zone and manner.

Panama with the greatest welcome and Again this year I will take time during esteem. There were a number of old

the period of our official congressional timers in similar attendance at the dediSchenck To Confer With Residents of His recess to hold conferences with the peo- cation exercises-men and women who

ple of my congressional district in the District

had been employed or lived on the courthouses and city halls of a number isthmus during the canal-construction of our communities.

era. EXTENSION OF REMARKS

This is the schedule I have established: As the sole surviving member of the

Hamilton: Courthouse; September 7 Isthmian Canal Commission, Mr. and 8; 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.

Thatcher constituted an important link HON. PAUL F.SCHENCK

Miamisburg: City building; September with the construction period; and after9; 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.

wards, during his five terms in Congress, IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Germantown: City building; Septem- and subsequently, he has done much for ber 10; 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.

the benefit of his fellow old-timers in Monday, July 12, 1954

Brookville: City building; September helping to bring about legislation for Mr. SCHENCK. Mr. Speaker, it is my 11; 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.

annuities and benefits in their behalf, great honor and privilege to represent Dayton: Federal building, room 203; and related matters. Socially, also, he the people of the Third Congressional September 13 and 14; 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. and Mrs. Thatcher, in the years of their District of Ohio here in the Congress of Middletown: American Legion; Sep- Isthmian life, were widely known for the United States. As their Representa- tember 16 and 17; 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. their fine hospitality, and their attractive, I have always tried to maintain a Oxford: Municipal building; Septem- tive residence in the Canal Zone, at Anclose contact personally with them and ber 18; 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.

con, was indeed a tropical Kentucky their opinions on the many important It is surprising how much can be ac- home. In the course of his remarksissues confronting us.

complished when a citizen and his con- which were warmly received by the large The Third District of Ohio is not only gressman can sit down and talk over open-air assembly at the dedication exthe largest one in Ohio and the fifth national and personal problems.

ercises mentioned, he took occasion to largest one in the United States, but is No appointment is needed, and I urge express high praise of all the builders also very important from other points of any individual or group to meet with me of the great Isthmian ocean link-from view. Our beautiful Miami Valley has on the date most convenient to them. the highest to the least, and from the made and is making many outstanding with the knowledge thus obtained, I least to the highest-declaring that durcontributions to our Nation and to the know I will be better able to truly repre- ing the construction period of the canal, world.

It is the birthplace and cradle of sent the people of my district in the “the recording angel must have worked aviation and within it many important Congress of the United States.

overtime in noting the outstanding sery

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