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Funds authorized or appropriated for com-
Funds authorized or appropriated for com-

JULY 8, 1953. mittee expenditure, 83d Cong.. $10,000.00 mittee expenditure...

$10,000.00
Amount expended...
4, 722. 69 Amount expended....

3, 530. 49
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN

COMMERCE
Balance unexpended...
5, 277.31 Balance unexpended..

6, 469. 51

(Pursuant to S. Res. 41, to investigate certain HUGH BUTLER,

CHARLES W. TOBEY,

problems relating to interstate and foreign Chairman.

Chairman. commerce, agreed to January 30, 1953)

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:
JULY 15, 1953.

The above-mentioned committee, pursuant

JULY 8, 1953. COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS

to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st

COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN session, submits the following report showing SUBCOMMITTEE INVESTIGATING THE FUEL RE

COMMERCE

the name, profession, and total salary of each SERVES OF THE UNITED STATES

(Pursuant to S. Res. 258, agreed to January person employed by it and its subcommittees To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

24, 1952, investigating problems relating to for the period from January 30, 1953, to June The above-mentioned committee, pursu the airline industry, the U. S. merchant 30, 1953, together with the funds available ant to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, marine; domestic land and water transpor to and expended by it and its subcommittees: 1st session, submits the following report tation; and radio, telegraph, and telephone showing the name, profession, and total communications; continued by S. Res. 23,

Rate of salary of each person employed by it and its

Total agreed to January 30, 1953)

Name and profession

gross

salary subcommittees for the period from January 1,

annual 1953, to June 30, 1953, together with the

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE: funds available to and expended by it and

The above-mentioned committee, pursuant its subcommittees:

to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st George E. Butler, chief investiga-
session, submits the following report showing tor:

the name, profession, and total salary of each Feb. 14-Apr. 15, approximate.. $5, 157.00 $888. 25 Rate of

Apr. 16-June 30.
person employed by it and its subcommittees
Total

9, 653. 69 2,011.17 gross

Susanne M. Crimmins, clerical Name and profession

annual

salary for the period from January 1, 1953, to June assistant (Feb. 26-28, Mar. 1-9,

received
salary
30, 1953, together with the funds available 12–26)----

3, 613.89 291, 10 to and expended by it and its subcommittees: Stanley T. Fisher, investigator

(beginning Mar. 2)-!.

6, 940.00 2,324.64 Cecelia Hoban, clerical assistant

Murray E. Jackson, investigator
(from Mar. 26, 1953)--
$3,805.08 $1,004.11

Rate of
(beginning Feb. 16) -

7, 533.19 2, 824. 92 Luna P. McWane, clerical assistant

Total Rufus G. King, consultant.

132.35 1,366. 78

gross (to Jan. 31, 1953)

4, 187.45 348. 95
Name and profession

salary Joyce W. Mack, clerical assistant

annual Mildred C. Brandon, clerical assist

received
salary
(beginning May 4).-

4, 378. 64 693. 27 ant (to Jan. 31, 1953).. 4, 187.45 348. 95

Lois Odham, clerical assistant Louis D. Luttrell, professional staff

(June 16–19)

122.12 (to Jan. 31, 1953)

9, 238.93 769.91
John R. Butz, clerical assistant:

Francis X. Plant, investigator
Jan. 1-15.

$5,047. 77 $210.32
(beginning Feb. 17).

8,990.07 3,346. 29 Jan. 16-31.

Charles W. Radcliffe, professional

6,003. 71 250. 15 Funds authorized or appropriated for comPauline Chaternuck, clerical assist

staff member (beginning Apr. 1). 8, 005.36 2,001. 33 mittee expenditure..

$30, 000.00
ant (Jan. 1-31).

5, 143. 38 428. 61

Downey Rice, counsel (beginning Amount expended.. 17, 756. 87 Halford G. Davis, professional staff

Feb. 1).

11, 646.00 4,852. 50 member (from Jan. 16).

11, 646.00 5,337.75

George S. Robinson, associate counBalance unexpended.... 12, 243. 13 John M. Drewry, special counsel

sel (Feb. 13-A pr. 30).

11, 646.00 2,468.13 HUGH BUTLER, (from May 1).

10, 649. 11 1,774. 84

Jeannette F. Ross, clerical assistant
Charles W. Radcliffe, professional

(beginning Apr. 20)-..

4, 283. 04 844.71
Chairman.
staff member (Feb. 14-Mar. 31).- 8,005.36 1,045. 14

1 Per day.
JULY 8, 1953.
Funds authorized or appropriated for com-

Funds authorized or appropriated for com-
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN mittee expenditure, balance Dec. 31, 1953.. $14, 865. 70

mittee expenditure..

$75,000.00 Amount expended...

Amount expended...-
COMMERCE

35, 863. 26

9, 194. 56 To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

Balance unexpended...--

Balance unexpended.-----5, 671.14

39, 136.74 The above-mentioned committee, pursuant

CHARLES W. TOBEY, to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st

CHARLES W. TOBEY,

Chairman. session, submits the following report showing

Chairman.

JULY 11, 1953. the name, profession, and total salary of

COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE each person employed by it and its subcom

JULY 8, 1953. mittees for the period from January 1, 1953,

SUBCOMMITTEES ON LABOR AND HEALTH to June 30, 1953, together with the funds

COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

COMMERCE available to and expended by it and its sub

The above-mentioned committee, pursuant committees:

(Pursuant to S. Res. 22, agreed to January 30, to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st

1953, to investigate the Interstate Com session, submits the following report showing

merce Commission; continuation of S. Res. the name, profession, and total salary of each Rate of Total 332, agreed to June 26, 1952)

person employed by it and its subcommittees Name and profession

gross
annual
salary
To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

for the period from January 1, 1953, to Jan-
salary
received
The above-mentioned committee, pursuant

uary 31, 1953, together with the funds availto Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st

able to and expended by it and its subcom

mittees: Cecelia M. Cook, clerical assistant:

session, submits the following report showing Jan. 1 to 31. $5,047. 77

SUBCOMMITTEE ON LABOR From Feb. 1.

the name, profession, and total salary of each

5, 716.93 $2,802. 69 Halford G. Davis, professional staff

person employed by it and its subcommittees member:

Rate of for the period from January 1, 1953, to June

Total Jan. 1 to 15 11, 646.00 485. 25

gross

Name and profession 30, 1953, together with the funds available

annual Harriet S. Gray, clerical assistant:

salary

received Jan. 1 to 31. 5,047.77

salary to and expended by it and its subcommittees: From Feb. 1.

5,716.93 2, 802.69 Edward S. Jarrett, chief clerk. 11, 646.00 5,823.00 Edward R. Jelsma, professional

Jack Barbash,1 staff director.....
Rate of

$11, 644. 54 $970. 37

Total staff member..

Paul L. Badger, staff member..

388. 20 11, 646.00 5,823.00

11, 646.00

gross Frank Keenan, assistant clerk:

Name and profession

annual

salary John Marshall, Jr.,' minority econJan. 1 to 15

received omist.

769. 91 7,724. 37 salary

9, 233. 93 From Jan. 16. 11, 646.00 5, 659. 60

Curtis E. Johnson,1 staff member 8,552. 84 712. 73 Robert D. L'Heureux, chief coun

Alexander K, Christie, staff mem-
ber...

7, 533. 19 627. 76 sel:

John R. Butz, clerical assistant From Jan. 16..--

Vivien Harman,2 clerical assistant..

209. 68 11, 646.00 5,337.75 (from Feb. 1) $6,003. 71 $2, 501.50

6, 290. 49 Vera B. Rudolph, clerical assistant:

Paul Sample, clerical assistant -- 5,812. 53 193.75
Pauline Chaternuck, clerical assist-
Jan. 1 to 31.

6,003. 71
ant (from Feb. 1)--

5,143. 38 2,143.05

Marjorie M. Whittaker,4 clerkFrom Feb. 1.

secretary6, 290.49 3, 121.30

5, 716. 93 476. 41 Martha P. Shaffer, clerical assist

Mary Jane Del Balzo, stenog

rapher.Funds authorized or appropriated for comant:

165. 07

4,952. 20 Jan. 1 to 31.

Dorothy Hahne,5 stenographer..

206. 34

4,952. 20 mittee expenditure, balance Dec. 31, 1952.-. $29, 940.17

5,047.77 From Feb. 1. Amount expended...

John R. Delebo, 1 file clerk.

4, 569.81 5, 716. 93 2, 802. 69

380.81 18, 017. 76 Muriel Gimble,i stenographer

3, 709.49 309. 12 Edward C. Sweeney, professional staff member... 11, 646.00 5,823.00 Balance unexpended...

. 11, 922. 41

Elizabeth J. Anthony, stenog-
rapher...

3, 237. 76 35. 97 Nicholas Zapple, professional staff member... 11, 646.00 5,823.00

CHARLES W. TOBEY,

Chairman See footnotes at end of table.

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Gustav O. Hertz, investigator-
analyst

$10, 234. 35 $1,279. 29
Colette E. Homan, clerical assist-
ant (to Feb. 5) -

4, 856. 61 472. 16 Katherine K. Jennings, stenographer

4, 283.04 535. 38 Robert W. Johnson, professional

staff member (from Feb. 6 to
Feb, 15) --

11, 646.00 323. 50
Witmer H. Kelley, investigator-
analyst.

8, 552. 84 1,069.09 Rudolph H. Kroetz, investigatoranalyst

8, 005.36 1,000. 66 William K. Levin, investigatoranalyst.

6, 481. 67 810.19 Charles B. Lipsen, investigatoranalyst

5, 621.34 702. 66 Edward L. MacDonald, investiga tor-analyst

7,819. 96 977. 49 Theo A. Moore, investigatoranalyst

6, 577, 27 822. 15 Ethel P. Powers, clerical assistant. 4, 378. 64 547.32 Melvin Purvis, chief counsel.-- 11, 646.00 1, 455. 75 John M, Sangster, investigatoranalyst..

9, 653. 69| 1, 206.70 Lloyd S. Smith, investigatoranalyst...

8, 005.36 1,000. 66 Betsy B. Thomas, clerical assistant. 3,518.30 439. 78 Christine Winslow, clerical assistant

4, 665. 41 583. 17

Funds authorized or appropriated for com

mittee expenditure (as of Jan. 1, 1953). $23, 769. 66 Amount expended to Feb. 15, 1953.

20, 042. 37 Balance unexpended..

3, 727. 29 FRANK CARLSON,

Chairman.

SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH

Funds authorized or appropriated for com-
mittee expenditure, 83d Cong--

$10,000.00
Amount expended (Jan. 1 to June 30, 1953).. 3, 955. 60
Rate of

Total
Name and profession

gross
salary
Balance unexpended..

6, 044, 40
annual
salary
received

H. ALEXANDER SMITH,

Chairman. Kenneth A. Meiklejohn,1 staff

JULY 1, 1953. director.

$11, 646.00 $970. 50 Melvin W. Sneed, assistant staff

COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE director

11, 646.00 582. 30 Nora K. Piore, 1 research assistant. 7,533. 19 627. 76

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE: Richard A. Beyer, 1 research assist

The above-mentioned committee, pursuant ant.-

5, 525.75 383. 73

to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st Harriet Gilfoyle, 1 stenographer 4, 569.81 380.81 Adele Heller, i steonographer.

4, 569.81 380,81

session, submits the following report showing Charles Bragman,8 professional

the name, profession, and total salary of each staff member...

11, 646.00 388. 20 person employed by it and its subcommittees

for the period from January 3, 1953, to June 1 Jan. 31, 1953, employment authority expired.

30, 1953, together with the funds available to 2 Jan. 19, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1953 transferred from full

and expended by it and its subcommittees: committee to Labor Subcommittee; employment authority terminated Jan. 31, 1953. 3 Jan. 19, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1953, transferred from full

Rate of committee to Labor Subcommittee; Feb. 1, 1953 trans

Total

gross ferred back to full committee.

Name and profession

annual

salary 4 Feb. 1, 1953, transferred to full committee.

salary

received 8 Jan. 16, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1953, period of employment. 0 Jan. 4, 1953, employment terminated. 7 Jan. 19, 1953, transferred to full committee.

Frank A. Paschal, chief clerk and 8 Jan. 19, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1953, transferred from full committee' to 'Health Subcommittee. Employment Virginia Bobo, clerical assistant

staff director (from Jan. 16) -- $11, 646.00 $5, 337.75

5, 525. 75 2,762. 82 authority expired on Jan. 31, 1953,

H. W. Brawley, professional staff Funds authorized for Subcommittees on

member

11, 646.00 5,823.00 Labor and Health (Jan. 1, 1953, to Jan. 31,

Costas D. Chrissos, clerical assist1953). $33, 862. 65 ant (to Feb. 5).

5, 334. 57 518. 63 Amount expended by Subcommittees on

Colette E. Homan, clerical assistLabor and Health (Jan. 1, 1953, to Jan. 31,

ant (from Feb. 6)-

5, 525.75 2, 225.61 1953)

10, 908. 57 Mary A. Irwin, professional staff
member.

11, 646.00 5,823.00 Balance unexpended.

22, 954. 08

R. W. Johnson, counsel (from Feb.
16).

11, 646.00 4,367.25
H. ALEXANDER SMITH,

J. Austin Latimer, professional
Chairman. staff member to Feb. 16).

11, 646.00 1,455. 75
Marty McElroy, clerical assistant
JULY 11, 1953. (from Feb, 1) -

4, 474. 23 1,864. 25 COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE

George M. Moore, professional

staff member (from Jan. 16 to To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

Apr. 13)

11, 646.00 2, 846. 80 The above-mentioned committee, pursuant

Olive T. Olson, clerical assistant
(to Jan. 15).

4, 474. 23 186. 42
to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st Mary Anne Paramore, clerical
session, submits the following report showing assistant (from Jan. 16).

4, 569. 81| 2,094. 45 the name, profession, and total salary of each E. Luise Shawn, clerical assistant

(to Jan. 31). person employed by it and its subcommittees

380.81

4, 569. 81

Mary H. Sutherland, clerical assistfor the period from January 1, 1953, to June

ant.--

4, 283.04 2,141.52
30, 1953, together with the funds available to
and expended by it and its subcommittees :

Funds authorized or appropriated for com-
mittee expenditure, 83d Cong-

$10,000.00
Rate of
Amount expended..

753. 42
Total
Name and profession

gross
annual
salary

Balance unexpended to June 30, 1953.. 9, 246. 58
salary
received

FRANK CARLSON,

Chairman.
Philip R. Rodgers, staff director.-- $11, 646.00 $5, 823.00
William H. Coburn, minority staff

JULY 1953. director.

11, 646.00 5,790.65 Vivien Harman,', clerical assistant. 6, 290.49 314. 52

COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE Crawford C. Heerlein, clerical

SUBCOMMITTEE ON FEDERAL MANPOWER POLICIES assistant.

6, 290. 49) 3, 121.30 Paul Sample,2 7 clerical assistant. 5,812. 53 2, 712. 47

(Under authority of S. Res. 288, agreed to Thelma W. Blankenship, clerical

March 26, 1952) assistant.

5,812. 53 2,615. 60 Patricia G. Calder, clerical assistant

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

5,812. 53 2, 131. 23 Barbara Anderson,7 clerical assist

The above-mentioned committee, pursuant ant.

4, 952. 201, 953. 35 Loretta A. Hogan,7 clerical assistant.

to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st

4,952. 201, 953. 35 Helen H, Papps, clerical assistant.. 4, 952. 202, 476.07

session, submits the following report showing Marjorie Whittaker,3 7 clerical as

the name, profession, and total salary of each sistant.

4, 952.20 2,063. 40 person employed by it and its subcommittees Mary Jane Del Balzo,1 clerical

for the period from January 1, 1953, to Febassistant...

4, 952. 20 247.60 Melvin W. Sneed,8 professional

ruary 15, 1953, together with the funds availstaff member

11, 646.00 5, 240. 70 able to and expended by it and its subcomMichael J. Bernstein, professional

mittees: staff member..

11, 646.00 5,014. 25 William G. Reidy, professional staff member... 11, 646.00] 5, 823.00

Rate of
Ralph W. Kittle, professional staff

Total
Name and profession

gross
member.
7,628. 78 2,924.35

annual

salary Paul Badger,1 professional staff

salary

received member

11, 646.00 582.30 Charles Bragman, professional staff member..

11, 646.00 582.30 Robert H. Amidon, investigatorPaul H. Menk,5 professional staff

analyst

$8,005. 36 $1,000. 66 member.

11, 646.00 970. 50 Nancy J. Brown, secretary (to
Feb. 15)

4, 665. 41 583. 17

Marcia M. Callaghan, stenog1 Jan. 19, 1953, transferred to Labor Subcommittee. rapher.

5,047. 77 630.96 ? Jan. 19, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1953, with Labor Subcom Georgia H. Dodd, secretary (to mittee.

Jan, 25)

4, 091. 85 284. 15 3 Jan. 1, 1953, to Jan. 31, 1953, with Labor Subcom- Ralph R. Drennen, investigatormittee.

analyst (to Feb. 8).

8, 461. 59 893. 16 4 Jan. 19, 1953, transferred to Health Subcommittee. Robert G. Dunphy, investigator8 Jan. 31, 1953, employment authority expired (S. Res. analyst.

7,055. 23 881.89 243, 82d Cong.).

Cecial A. Gasque, investigator6 Jan. 1, 1953, to Jan. 18, 1953, with Health Subcom analyst.

8,005. 36 1,000. 66 mittee.

Guy B. Hathorn, investigator7 Under authority of S. Res. 37.

analyst..

6, 577, 27| 639. 45

JULY 1953. COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE

INVESTIGATING THE POSTAL SERVICE (Under S. Res. 49, agreed to March 6, 1953) To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:

The above-mentioned committee, pursuant to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, 1st session, submits the following report showing the name, profession, and total salary of each person employed by it and its subcommittees for the period from January 3, 1953, to June 30, 1953, together with the funds available to and expended by it and its subcommittees:

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30, 1953, together with the funds available to

Funds authorized or appropriated for comand expended by it and its subcommittees:

Rate of
mittee expenditure.

$191, 306.77
Total
gross

Amount expended...----
Name and profession

93, 890. 19 annual

salary Rate of

received
salary

Balance unexpended..
Total

97,416.58 Name and profession

gross
annual
salary

WILLIAM E. JENNER,
received
salary
Ruth G. Stout, administrative

Chairman. clerk (to Jan. 31).

$4,761.00 396.75 Mary L. Vaughan, clerical assist

JULY 1, 1953, W.F. Bookwalter, chief clerk (from

ant (to Jan. 31)--

5, 525.75 460. 47 Jan. 16). $11, 646.00 $5, 337.35 John A. Bauman:

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS Darrell St. Claire, professional staff

Chief tally clerk (from June 5 member 11, 646.00 5,823.00

(Created pursuant to S. Res. 58, 81st Cong.) to June 21)-----

4,091.85 Mrs. Floye Gavin, clerical assistant. 6,003. 71 3,001,80 Public representative (from

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE: Mrs. Elaine Jackson, clerical assist

June 22)

5, 238.97 324. 19 The above-mentioned committee, pursuant (from Jan, 5).

4, 761. 002, 327. 60 John W. Benson, investigator Mrs. Margaret Kerwan, clerical

ant to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, (from Mar. 1).

7,819.96 2,606.64 assistant (from Feb. 11)-4, 283. 04 1, 665. 62 Lewis E. Berry, Jr., associate coun

1st session, submits the following report Miss Ann E. McLachlan, clerical

sel (from May 1)

10,815. 02 1,802.50 showing the name, profession, and total assistant (from Jan, 27).

4, 952. 202, 142. 85
John E. Bishop, investigator (from

salary of each person employed by it and its Mar. 2).

7,819.96 2,584.92 subcommittees for the period from January 1, Funds authorized or appropriated for com

Patricia E. Brewer, clerical assistmittee expenditure 83d Cong..

$10,000.00
ant (from May 21).

1953, to July 30, 1953, together with the funds

3,613. 89 401. 53 Amount expended.-----

361. 21
Irene Brown, clerical assistant

available to and expended by it and its sub(from Feb. 13 to June 25) --- 3,805.08 1,405. 76 committees: Balance unexpended..----

9, 638. 79 Hector H. Cervantes, investigator
(from June 12)--

3,613.89 190. 73
WILLIAM E. JENNER,
James J. Connelly, court repre-

Rate of
Chairman,

Total sentative (from June 4) -

5, 238.97 392. 92
Name and profession

gross
Leonard W. Dennis, special inves-

annual

salary JULY 1, 1953. tigator (from Apr. 1 to Apr. 5) -- 6, 003. 71 83. 38

salary

received COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS

John M. Drewry, associate counsel
(from Feb. 26 to Apr. 30).

10,068.45 1,817.89
To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE:
Myron G. Ehrlich, associate coun-

Saidee, F. Blair, clerical assistant The above-mentioned committee, pursu sel (from June 6)

10, 815.02 751. 04 (to Mar. 15, 1953).

$4,474.23 $932. 12 ant to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, Douglas E. Florance, special coun

Elizabeth A. Byrne, clerical assist1st session, submits the following report James J. Florance, investigator

5, 238.97 1, 862. 74 ant (to Mar. 15, 1953) assistant

chief clerk (from Mar. 16, 1953). 5, 621.34 2,810.64 showing the name, profession, and total

(from May 12)

3,613.89 491.88 Robt. A. Forsythe, professional salary of each person employed by it and its Raymond B. Garcia, guard (from

staff (from May 1, 1953)

10,897.97 1,816. 34 subcommittees for the period from January 1,

May 1).

3, 613. 89 602.30 Laurance G. Henderson, profesAlbert Gutierrez, guard (from

sional staff. 1953, to July 1, 1953, together with the funds

11, 646.00 5,823.00 May 29)

3, 613. 89 321. 22 Patricia W. Hobbs, clerical assistavailable to and expended by it and its sub Fred C. Hannahs, staff represen

ant: committees;

tative (from June 4).

3,613. 89 271.03 From Mar. 16 to Mar. 31.... 4, 187.45 Burton S. Hill, Jr., guard (from

From June 1, 1953..-

4,474.23 1, 245. 22 June 13)

3,613.89 180. 69 Philip F. Jehle, professional staff
Rate of
Burton S. Hill, Sr., associate coun-

(from June 16, 1953).

7, 150.81 Total

297.95 Name and profession

gross
sel (from Mar. 3)

10, 068. 45 3,300. 19 Sara Betty Laskey, clerical assist-
salary
annual
Alexander J. Jack, investigator

ant.

4,378. 64 2,189. 28 salary received (from Feb. 13).

5, 430. 162,081. 54

Charles M. Noone, professional
L. Stanley Kemp, investigator

staff:
(from Mar. 11).

7,819.96 2,389.42 From Jan. 1 to May 31, 1953). 10, 068. 45 Ellsworth W. Bassett, professional Philip F. Kennedy, Jr., guard

From June 1 to June 15, 1953. 11, 646.00 4,680.40 staff... $11, 646.00 $5, 823.00 (from June 6).

3, 613.89 250. 96 Gertrude C. Novak, clerical assistFrank Burnett, clerk (to Mar. 31, Marvin E. Linner, staff represen

ant: 1953).. 11, 646.00 2,911.50 tative (from June 4)...

3, 613. 89 271.03 From Mar. 16 to May 31, 1953. 4,378.64 Otto Dekom, professional staff (to Samuel Lord, Jr., guard (from

From June 1, 1953..

4, 474.23 1,285.05 Jan. 31). 11, 646.00 970. 50 May 30).

3, 613.891 311. 18 Blake O'Connor, professional staff Thomas F. Fox, clerical staff (from Emma M. Majeski, clerical assist

(from Jan. 1 to Apr. 30, 1953) 10, 068. 45 3, 356. 12 Apr. 6, 1953). 5, 430. 16 1,282.13 tant (from Feb. 27).

4,091.85 1,409.38

Minna L. Ruppert, chief clerk. 9,653. 69 4, 826.82 Mary Luschyk, clerical staff (from Robert J. Majeski, investigator

Walter B. Stults, professional staff. 10, 815.02 5, 407.50 Feb. 6, 1953) 4, 569. 81 1,840.55 (from June 1).

4, 901.85 340.98

Ruth N. Thomas, assistant chief
John L. Martinez, clerical staff
James A. May, staff representative

clerk (from Jan, 1 to Mar. 15,
(minority)
6,481.67 3,240.83 (from June 4)

3,613. 89 271.03
1953)-

6,099.30 1,270.67 Frances Ortiz, professional staff Robert B. Miller, guard (from

Margaret W. Tucker, clerical as(minority). 11, 646.00 5,823.00 June 18).

3, 613. 891 130.50

sistant: Eloise Porter, assistant clerk. 7, 437.59 3, 718.79 Barbara A. Miriani, clerical assist

To May 31, 1953

4, 187.45 Sovieda Romero, clerical staff (to ant (from Mar. 1 to June 30). 4,091.85 1,363. 92

From June 1, 1953.

4, 474.23 2, 117.60 Mar. 31, 1953)

5,047.77| 1, 261.82 Robert B. Miller, guard (from Theo W. Sneed, professional staff. - 11, 646.00 5,823.00 June 18)---

3, 613.89 130. 50 Richard E. Philbin, investigator

Funds authorized or appropriated for committee expenditure, 83d Congress.

$10,000 Funds authorized or appropriated for com

(from Jan, 21).

8,005. 36 3, 557.92
Amount expended.----

None mittee expenditure..

$10,000.00

Jack M. Poorbaugh, investigator
Amount expended..

879.82
(from Mar. 11 to Apr. 30)

8, 279. 10 1,080. 87
Balance unexpended...

10,000 Mary S. Richardson, clerical asBalance unexpended.

9, 120.18
sistant (from Feb. 27).

3, 518.30 1, 211.85
Patricio S. Sanchez, staff repre-

EDWARD J. THYE, EDWARD MARTIN, sentative (from June 4). 3, 613.89 271. 03

Chairman. Chairman. Marilyn E. Scott, clerical assistant

1 (from Feb. 2).

3,613. 891 1, 495. 71
JULY 15, 1953.
Mary L. Strain, clerk (from Jan. 23) 4,474.23 1,950.91

JULY 1, 1953.
COMMITTEE ON RULES AND ADMINISTRATION
Thelma M. Troiano, clerical assist-

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS ant (from Feb. 27).

4,091.85 1,409.38 SUBCOMMITTEE ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS Wellford H. Ware:

(Pursuant to S. Res. 329, agreed to June 12, To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE: Assistant counsel (to Jan. 27).-- 10,068. 45

1952) Chief counsel (from Jan. 28) 11, 646.00 5,704. 68 The above-mentioned committee, pursu- Farley W. Warner, associate coun

To the SECRETARY OF THE SENATE: ant to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, sel (from Feb. 1).

9, 570.74 3,987.80 The above-mentioned committee, pursu1st session, submits the following report Ruth M. Webner, clerical assistant

ant to Senate Resolution 123, 80th Congress, showing the name, profession, and total

(from Mar. 10)

4,091.85 1, 261. 63 1st session, submits the following report

Timothy P. Woolston, investigator salary of each person employed by it and its (from May 8 to June 15). 4, 283.04 $452.09 showing the name, profession, and total subcommittees for the period from January 1, Jerrie O. Alex, challenger

5, 430. 16

1 301.67 salary of each person employed by it and its 1953, to June 30, 1953, together with the Stephen Alex, challenger..

750.00 1 2.08 subcommittees for the period from January 1, funds available to and expended by it and its

Alfredo M. Baca, challenger.

5, 430. 161 1 301.67

1953, to June 30, 1953, together with the Mary L. Baca, challenger

5, 430. 16 1 226. 25 subcommittees: Dorothy E. Chilton, challenger. 5, 430. 16 1 181.00

funds available to and expended by it and its Columbus Ferguson, challenger 5, 430. 16 1301.67 subcommittees: Mae A. Ford, challenger.

5, 430. 16 Rate of

1 301.67 Total John N. Gallegos, challenger. 5, 430. 16

1 226. 25 Name and profession

gross

Mike M. Gallegos, challenger. 5, 430. 16 salary

1 301.67

Rate of annual

Total Alonzo B. Gonzales, challenger. received 5, 430. 16 1301. 67

gross

Name and profession salary

salary Wilson P. Hurley, challenger. 5, 430. 16

1 45. 25

annual Martin Lopez, challenger-

received 5, 430.16 1 150.83

salary Yolanda M. Marianetti, challenger 5, 430. 16 1 301.67 Allan Goodman, assistant counsel

Robert C. Miller, challenger.. 5, 430. 16 1 226. 25 (to Jan. 31). $6, 672.85 $556.07 Rudy E. Montoya, challenger

5, 430. 161 105. 58

Kate Alfriend, professional staff (to
Grace E. Johnson, clerk (to Jan. 17)- 8,990.07 424. 53
Catherine Cornell Ross, challenger. 5, 430.16 1 120.66

June 29, 1953).

$5,047. 77 $2,509. 82 Samuel H. Kramer, assistant coun

Sol Spitzburg, challenger..

5, 430. 16 1301. 67

William D. Amis, investigator (to sel (to Jan. 31)-

6, 194.89 516. 24
Severino Trujillo, challenger. 5, 430. 16 1 226. 25

June 29, 1953).-
Genevieve Litwin, stenographer

9,321.88 4,635. 02 Mary A. White, challenger. - 5, 430. 16 1 226. 25

Patricia W. Hobbs, clerical assist(to Jan. 31). 4, 856.61 404.71

ant (to Mar. 16, 1953)

4, 187. 45 872.37 Robert L. Shortley, investigator

Katherine J. Humphrey, clerical (to Jan. 31). 8,552. 84 712.73 1 When actually employed.

assistant (from May 25, 1953) .... 4, 665.41 453. 57

(See the remarks of Mr. POTTER when he Consistent with the principles of Rate of

Introduced the above bills, which appear
Total

sound business and considerate of our Name and profession

gross
annual
salary
under separate headings.)

urgent maritime requirements, this bill received

By Mr. SALTONSTALL (by request): salary

authorizes the Secretary of Commerce S. 2410. A bill to revise certain laws relating to warrant officers of the Army, Navy,

to insure up to 90 percent of the unpaid Philip F. Jehle, professional staff Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard,

balances of principals on loans made to (from Apr. 20 to June 15, 1953)--- $7, 150.81 $1, 112.34 Gillis W. Long, professional staff and for other purposes; to the Committee

finance the construction, reconstruction, (from Jan. 2, to Feb. 16, 1953)----| 10,068. 45 1, 258. 54 on Armed Services.

or reconditioning of vessels for our merJoyce Bissell Meyer, clerical assist

(See the remarks of Mr. SALTONSTALL when chant marine fleet. The aggregate ant (from Jan. 1' to September

he introduced the above bill, which appear 1953). 3, 900. 68 97.51

amount of insurance shall never exceed Gertrude C. Novak, clerical assistunder a separate heading.)

$100 million at any one time. ant (to Mar. 15, 1953).

4,378. 64 912. 20

By Mr. BENNETT: Blake O'Connor, professional staff

S. 2411. A bill for the relief of Ruth

The bill would clarify the present cum(from May 1 to June 29, 1953).. 10,068. 45 1,650. 09 Berndt; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

bersome and unsatisfactory mortgage Robert Spitzler, messenger (from Jan. 5 to Feb. 14, 1953).

3,327. 12 369. 67
By Mr. GORE:

insurance provisions of title XI of the Ruth N. Thomas, clerical assistant

S. 2412. A bill providing that the length Merchant Marine Act of 1936, and is con(from Mar. 16 to Apr. 15, 1953). 6,099.30 508. 26

of staple of cotton presented for entry into sistent 'with the program of the Presithe United States be determined in accord

dent as expressed through the Secretary Funds authorized or appropriated for com

ance with the official standards of the United mittee expenditure, balance Jan. 1, 1953..-- $36, 147. 40

of Commerce and the Bureau of the States as established by the Secretary of Amount expended... 16, 159. 12

Budget.
Agriculture; to the Committee on Finance.
Balance unexpended.---

19, 988. 28
By Mr. CASE (for himself, Mr. BAR-

I can say as a result of the extensive
EDWARD J. THYE,

RETT, Mr. BUTLER of Maryland, Mr. hearings we have held in respect to the
Chairman.

CARLSON, Mr. CHAVEZ, Mr. COOPER, size and composition of our merchant
Mr. DOUGLAS, Mr. DUFF, Mr. FERGU marine fleet, that there is a most urgent

SON, Mr. FLANDERS, Mr. GILLETTE,
COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL AND

need to schedule hearings on this bill

Mr. GOLDWATER, Mr. HENDRICKSON, CONGRESSIONAL SALARIES

next week. Our maritime requirements Mr. HUMPHREY, Mr. HUNT, Mr. IVES,

are increasing steadily while our conMr. DIRKSEN. In the last Congress

Mr. JACKSON, Mr. KEFAUVER, Mr. KEN

NEDY, Mr. KILGORE, Mr. LEHMAN, Mr. I introduced a bill to create a congres

struction and replacement efforts have MAGNUSON, Mr. MANSFIELD, Mr. Mc

been lagging. This bill spells out a clear sional salary commission. The bill was

CARRAN, Mr. MORSE, Mr. MURRAY, Mr. ship-construction insurance formula and reported by the Committee on Post Of

NEELY, Mr. PASTORE, Mr. PAYNE, Mr. will encourage private financing at a fice and Civil Service. It languished on

POTTER, Mr. SALTONSTALL, Mr. SMITH time when new ships are most needed. the calendar during that Congress. The

of New Jersey, and Mr. TOBEY): same bill was introduced at the present S. 2413. A bill to provide an elected mayor,

I am therefore hopeful that immediate

attention be given this proposal that is session, but no hearings have been held city council, school board, and nonvoting

consistent with the President's program, delegate to the House of Representatives on it. I ask unanimous consent, before for the District of Columbia, and for other

consistent with sound business, and most the close of the session today, to intro

purposes; to the Committee on the District important, consistent with the best induce a similar bill, modified somewhat, of Columbia.

terests of our national welfare and and ask that it be referred to the Com

By Mr. YOUNG:

security. mittee on Post Office and Civil Service.

S. 2414. A bill to provide for the designa The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The The PRESIDENT pro tempore. Is tion of the Heart-Butte Dam and Reservoir

bill will be received and appropriately there objection to the request of the project in Morton County, N. Dak., as the Senator from Illinois? The Chair hears Tschida Reservoir and Dam; to the Commit

referred. none, and it is so ordered. tee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

The bill (S. 2409) to amend certain Subsequently,

By Mr. HOEY:

provisions of title XI of the Merchant

S. 2415. A bill for the relief of the State Mr. DIRKSEN introduced a bill (S.

Marine Act, 1936, as amended, to faciliof North Carolina; to the Committee on tate private financing of new ship con2417) to provide for the creation of a Public Works.

struction, and for other purposes, introCommission on Judicial and Congres

By Mr. AIKEN (for himself and Mr. sional Salaries, and for other purposes,

FLANDERS):

duced by Mr. POTTER (for himself and which was read twice by its title, and S. 2416. A bill for the relief of the widow

Mr. TOBEY (by request)), was received, referred to the Committee on Post Of- and children of Irvin Scranton Ross; to the

read twice by its title, and referred to the fice and Civil Service. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

Committee on Interstate and Foreign
By Mr. DIRKSEN:

Commerce.
S. 2417. A bill to provide for the creation
BILLS INTRODUCED

of a Commission on Judicial and Congres

sional Salaries, and for other purposes; to Bills were introduced, read the first

AMENDMENT OF VETERANS' READthe Committee on Post Office and Civil time, and, by unanimous consent, the Service.

JUSTMENT ASSISTANCE ACT OF second time, and referred as follows:

(See the remarks of Mr. DIRKSEN when he 1952, RELATING TO EDUCATIONAL By Mr. SMITH of New Jersey:

received permission to introduce the above COST GRANT TO CERTAIN EDUCAS. 2406. A bill to amend the Veterans' Re bill, which appear under a separate head TIONAL INSTITUTIONS adjustment Assistance Act of 1952 to pro ing.) vide for an educational cost grant to insti

By Mr. SALTONSTALL (by request): Mr. SMITH of New Jersey. Mr. Presitutions of higher learning, and for other S. 2418. A bill to clarify and strengthen dent, I introduce for appropriate refpurposes; to the Committee on Labor and

the existing authority to order to active erence a bill to amend the Veterans' RePublic Welfare.

duty persons who have obligated periods of adjustment Assistance Act of 1952 to (See the remarks of Mr. SMITH of New active duty, and for other purposes; and Jersey when he introduced the above bill, S. 2419. A bill to provide for the appoint

provide for an educational cost grant to which appear under a separate heading.) ment of additional commissioned officers in

institutions of higher learning, and for By Mr. POTTER (for himself and Mr. the Regular Army, and for other purposes;

other purposes. MAGNUSON): to the Committee on Armed Services.

I am introducing the bill at the reS. 2407. A bill to amend the Ship Mort (See the remarks of Mr. SALTONSTALL when request of representatives of various gage Act, 1920, as amended; to the Commit

he introduced the above bills, which appear educational institutions throughout the tee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. under separate headings.)

country. I ask unanimous consent to By Mr. POTTER (for himself and Mr.

have printed in the RECORD at this TOBEY) (by request): S. 2408. A bill to amend the Merchant Ma

AMENDMENT OF MERCHANT MA- point, as a part of my remarks the bill, rine Act, 1936, to provide a national defense RINE ACT RELATING TO PRIVATE together with a statement prepared by reserve of tankers and to promote the con

FINANCING OF NEW SHIP CON

the Association of American Colleges, struction of new tankers, and for other STRUCTION

the group which asked me to introduce purposes; and s. 2409. A bill to amend certain provisions half of the junior Senator from New

Mr. POTTER. Mr. President, on be

the bill.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The of title XI of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amended, to facilitate private financing Hampshire [Mr. TOBEY] and myself, I

bill will be received and appropriately of new ship construction, and for other pur

introduced for appropriate reference a referred; and, without objection, the bill poses; to the Committee on Interstate and bill which will facilitate the private

bill which will facilitate the private and statement will be printed in the Foreign Commerce.

financing of new ship construction, RECORD.

The bill (S. 2406) to amend the Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1952, to provide for an educational cost grant to institutions of higher learning, and for other purposes, introduced by Mr. SMITH of New Jersey, was received, read twice by its title, referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, and ordered to be printed in the RECORD, as follows:

Be it enacted, etc., That part IV of title II of the Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1952 is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new section: "PARTIAL EDUCATIONAL COST GRANTS TO CER

TAIN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS "SEC. 235. (a) The Administrator shall pay to each educational institution a partial educational cost grant on account of each eligible veteran who is pursuing a course of education or training consisting wholly or partly of credit courses at such institutions and who is entitled to receive an education and training allowance under section 232 (a). Such grants shall be computed at the rate of $30 per month, except that where the veteran is not pursuing his course of education or training on a full-time basis or is not pursuing his course of education or training at that institution on a fulltime basis, or where his course of education or training does not consist wholly of credit courses, the grant to the institution shall bear the same relationship to $30 per month as the credit courses in which he is enrolled at such institution bear to a normal fulltime course of education or training in the same field.

“(b) Such grants shall be paid for each day with respect to which the veteran is entitled to receive an education and training allowance; and shall be paid at the end of each semester or quarter in the case of an educational institution regularly operated on the semester or quarter system, and at the end of each regular enrollment period in the case of other educational institutions.

"(c) As used in this section, the term 'credit courses' means courses offered at a nonprofit public or private junior college, teachers college, college, normal school, professional school, university, scientific or technical institution, or other comparable institution, for the successful completion of which credit is customarily given toward graduation from the institution.

(d) The amount of any partial educational cost grant paid to an educational institution on account of an eligible veteran under this section for any period shall be deducted from the education and training allowance to which such veteran is entitled under section 232 (a) for such period.”

SEC. 2. (a) Section 232 (a) of the Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1952 is amended by striking out “shall be computed as follows” and by inserting in lieu thereof "shall, subject to the provisions of section 235 (d), be computed as follows.”

(b) Section 234 of such act is amended (1) by inserting after "any amount” the following: "which either alone, or when added to any partial educational cost grant paid under section 235 on account of the veteran, Is”, and (2) by inserting after “resident” the following: "other than a veteran on whose account a partial educational cost grant is paid under section 235."

SEC. 3. The amendments made by this act shall apply only with respect to veterans initiating their program of education or training after May 1, 1954.

The statement presented by Mr. SMITH of New Jersey is as follows: STATEMENT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN

COLLEGES COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LAW 550

Public Law 550 (the Korean GI bill) will, on August 20, 1953, have been in operation

1 calendar year. Experience has shown that AMENDMENT OF MERCHANT MA. the act is educationally unsound and the

RINE ACT RELATING TO CONcost differential between the low-tuition and high-tuition institution becomes the deter

STRUCTION OF NEW TANKERS mining factor in the veteran's selection of Mr. POTTER. Mr. President, on bethe college he chooses to attend.

half of the chairman of the Committee This differential operates to the detriment of the veteran and of both public and pri- the distinguished Senator from New

on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, vate colleges. The act creates inequality among the veterans themselves in that those

Hampshire [Mr. TOBEY] and myself, I in free or low-cost institutions receive in introduce for appropriate reference a bill effect a bonus for subsistence purposes. to amend the Merchant Marine Act to

The low-cost institutions have to accom provide a national defense reserve of modate a disproportionate number of vet tankers and to promote the construction erans with a resulting inability to serve the of new tankers. students who constitute their normal clien

The proposed legislation is recomtele and are thus obliged to seek admission to more costly institutions. The high-tui- mended by the Secretary of Commerce. tion institutions find some veterans gravi

In Secretary Weeks' letter to the Presitating to the low-cost colleges in order to

dent of the Senate, transmitting the reserve for subsistence purposes all or most draft bill, he states that recent studies of their Federal allowances,

indicate that one of the most serious Consequently, the Association of Amer- risks to the national security, in the ican Colleges, composed of 699 accredited

event of grave national emergency, stems colleges and universities, at its 1953 annual

from the prospective shortage of tankmeeting resolved that the association should seek the amendment of Public Law 550, and

ers, and he strongly urges enactment of that a committee be appointed to further

the bill before Congress adjourns. It this purpose.

is anticipated that the Committee on After consultation with many key persons Interstate and Foreign Commerce will in the field of higher education, the com hold hearings on this measure early next mittee proposes that such an amendment week. take the form of a direct payment to the

Mr. President, I ask unanimous conveteran for subsistence and a direct pay

sent that the bill and Secretary Weeks' ment to the college of a partial educational cost grant for each veteran enrolled. Al

communication, together with a statethough the amendment, as proposed, would

ment of explanation of the purpose and not require the additional expenditure of provision of the bill be printed in the Federal funds, it will correct many of the RECORD at this point. inequalities under the present law.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The It is the carefully-considered judgment bill will be received and appropriately of the committee that:

referred; and, without objection, the bill, 1. The proposal is to the educational ad

communication, and statement will be vantage of the veteran, because it treats all

printed in the RECORD. alike.

The bill (S. 2408) to amend the Mer2. It will help to preserve a sensible bal

chant Marine Act, 1936, to provide a naance between low-cost and high-cost institutions. This balance, traditional in Amer

tional defense reserve of tankers and to ica, should be maintained in the interest of

promote the construction of new tankthe most creative and constructive system ers, and for other purposes, introduced of higher education. The welfare of the by Mr. POTTER (for himself and Mr. enrolled veteran and the welfare of the in

TOBEY) (by request), was received, read stitution cannot logically be separated.

twice by its title, referred to the Com3. The proposal will insure the use of pub- mittee on Interstate and Foreign Comlic funds for the purposes for which they

merce, and ordered to be printed in the were intended. 4. In the case where communities main

RECORD, as follows: tain their tax-supported institutions, it Be it enacted, etc., That section 510 (b) will eliminate the “double taxation" per of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amendmitted under the present law.

ed, is amended by adding at the end thereof We submit the proposal as the best the following new paragraph: method yet devised, in our judgment, to ar “The Secretary of Commerce is authorized, rive at a solution to the problems created until June 30, 1958, subject to the provisions by Public Law 550.

of this section, to acquire any tanker not Chancellor William P. Tolley, Syracuse less than 10 years old and otherwise within University, Chairman; President John

the definition of 'obsolete vessel' contained C. Baker, Ohio University; President in the proviso clause of subsection (a) (1), Gordon K. Chalmers, Kenyon College; as amended, in exchange for an allowance of President Philip G. Davidson, Jr., Uni credit to be applied upon the purchase price versity of Louisville; President I. of a new tanker or tankers, and to pay the Lynd Esch, Indiana Central College;

cost of national defense features incorpoVice President John E. Fields, Univer rated in the new tankers. Title to the obsosity of Southern California; President lete tanker shall be transferred to the United Vincent J. Flynn, College of St.

States at the time of execution of the conThomas; President Francis P. Gaines, tract for the construction of the new tanker, Washington and Lee University; Pres

and such obsolete tanker shall thereafter be ident William H. Gill, Colorado Col placed in the national defense reserve sublege; President Rufus C. Harris, Tu ject to the provisions of section 11 of the lane University; President Theodore Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946, as amendH. Hesburgh, Notre Dame University; ed: Provided, That notwithstanding such President Walter C. Langsam, Gettys transfer of title, any such obsolete tanker burg College; President Albert A. in the discretion of the Secretary of ComLemineux, Seattle University; Presi merce may be used thereafter by the former dent J. Walter Malone, James Milli owner, subject to the provisions of subseckin University; President M. E. Sad tion (d), during the period of construction ler, Texas Christian University; Presi of the new tankers." dent Robert J. Slavin, Providence SEC. 2. There are hereby authorized to be College; Dean Robert M. Strozier, appropriated or otherwise made available to University of Chicago; President John the Secretary of Commerce such sums as J. Theobald, Queens College (New may be necessary to carry out the provisions York).

of section 510 (b) of the Merchant Marine

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