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International Operations Subcommittee,
with total funds authorized or appropriated Congressman CHARLES B. BROWNSON,
and expended by it: chairman:
$110,000.00 Travel, stationery, telephone, and other
65, 419. 17 expenses.
$876. 28 Salaries:
Balance, June 30, 1953...
Total Bureau of the Budget, reimburse
gross ment of services for George C. Employees pursuant to H. Res. 50 (H. Res.
Name of employee Profession
salary Mullins.. 904. 56 66):
6-month Athena Gianakos, clerk-stenog
Thomas J. Connor, accountant-investirapher..
1, 462. 87
period Edward C. Kennelly, counsel.
2, 928. 55 Elizabeth Jean Morgan, administrative Maurice J. Mountain, staff director. 3, 669. 48
Frederick C. Belen... Chief counsel.. Wallace J. Parks, investigator.--. 521. 63 Nancy L. O'Rourke, staff assistant. 2, 215, 50
Charles E. Johnson.. Counsel. Arthur Perlman, investigator. 1,052.03 Orville R. Stewart, messenger.-1, 236. 69
5, 435. 16
Lester C. Arvin.----
Clerk (Mar. 1 to
John X. Ward, chief clerk.
3, 346.92 rapher... 1, 256. 21 Betty B. Welch, staff assistant..
June 30, 1953). 2, 117. 62
John B. Price.. Walton Woods, investigator.. 2, 401. 42 Murray B. York, investigator..
Staff assistant. 4, 426.94
3, 463. 92 Rufus G. King, special counsel (Jan. 4
Lucy K. Daley. Assistant clerk. 3, 224. 94
1, 354. 20
2, 826. 60 Alice L. Kupferman, attorney (Jan. 4
2, 667.30 Apr. 30).
1, 236. 65
Evelyn K, Carson... COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
Stenographer (Mar. 1, 353.32
1 to June 30, 1953).
636. 51 To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
L. Morris Best, investigator (Feb. 9-
Funds authorized or appropriated for com.
1,975. 86 The above-mentioned committee or sub
Margaret Jane Robey, staff assistant
$50,000.00 committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of
(Feb, 23-June 30).
1, 429. 37 Amount of expenditures previously reported. None the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, Francis T. O'Donnell, attorney (Mar.
Amount expended from Feb. 18, 1953, to Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au
4, 418.03 Jerrold Walden, counsel (Mar. 10-June gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol
Total amount expended from Feb. 18,
3, 590.84 lowing report showing the name, profession, Arthur H. Crowl, investigator (Apr. 27
1953, to June 30, 1953.
4, 418.03 and total salary of each person employed by June 17)--
1, 422. 41
Balance unexpended as of July 1, 1953-..---- 45, 581. 97 it during the 6-month period from January 1,
EDWARD H. REES, 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together with total funds authorized or appropriated
CHAUNCEY W. REED,
Chairman. and expended by it:
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS Total
COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND gross
JULY 7, 1953. FISHERIES
salary ame of employee Profession
To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE: during
JULY 10, 1953. 6-month
The above-mentioned committee or subperiod To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of
The above-mentioned committee or sub- the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, Bessie M. Orcutt ---- Chief clerk (ap- $4, 949. 55 committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Aupointed Jan. 28).
the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the folWalter M. Besterman. Legislative assist- 5,823.00 ant.
Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au- lowing report showing the name, profession, William R. Foley.-- Committee counsel.. 5, 823.00 gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol- and total salary of each person employed by Walter R. Lee.. Legislative assist- 5, 823.00
lowing report showing the name, profession, it during the 6-month period from January 1, ant. Malcolm Mecartney - Committee counsel 4, 981. 89
and total salary of each person employed by 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together (appointed Jan.
it during the 6-month period from January 1, with total funds authorized or appropriated 27).
1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together Velma Smedley... Assistant chief clerk. 5,823.00
and expended by it: Mary A. Ahern.. Clerical staff (ap- 444. 55
with total funds authorized or appropriated pointed June 1).
and expended by it: Violet T. Benn... Clerical staff 3, 583. 26
Total Anne J. Berger. Clerical staff 3, 556.83
gross Rebecca D. Bergesen.. Clerical staff (ap- 2, 356. 12
salary pointed Jan. 22).
during Lucille E. Brooks.... Clerical staff (ap
gross 2, 267. 20
6-month pointed Jan. 28).
Name of employee
during Frances Christy-... Clerical staff. 3,025. 74
6-month Jane H. Cram.... Clerical staff (to 2, 521. 45 May 31).
period Robert F. McConnell Counsel and chief $5,823.00 Helen Goldsmith --- Clerical staff. 3,862. 20
clerk. Veronica Strozak... Clerical staff (Jan. 424. 60 John M. Drewry -- General counsel..
Charles G, Tierney--- Counsel.
5,823.00 4 to Jan. 21).
$1, 196. 94
Joseph H. McGann, Assistant clerk.. 5, 823.00 Jeannine S. Coble ---- Clerical staff (Jan.
Thomas F. Flynn, Jr. Assistant counsel.. 33. 61
1, 017. 75
Sr. 1 to Jan. 2).
Reginald S. Losee-- Chief investigator.-- 1,003. 55 Margaret R. Beifer --- Stenographer-clerk.. 4, 246. 02 Virginia North... Clerical staff (Jan.
Chief clerk, Jan. 126.05
Violet V. Young
3,538. 35 3 to Jan. 12).
Mildred A. Ames.
623. 56 Do...
Clerk to the minorLucile S. Biebighauser. Clerical staff (Jan.
3, 152. 10
Alice Norton 1.
707. 67 12 to Jan. 27).
ity, from Feb. 1.
Helen Dooley 1.
707. 67 Leonard P. Pliska ---- Clerk to the minor- 550. 76 Cyril F. Brickfield... Committee counsel 841. 07
Florence Palmer 1
643. 70 (Jan. 1 to Jan. 26).
ity, Jan. 1-31.
Chief clerk, from Bess Effrat Dick..
4, 270.05 873. 43
Jr.1 to Jan. 27).
S. Phillip Cohen 1. Professional staff 707.67 Madonna Haworth... Assistant clerk.
member. Lucile P. Lamon.... Secretary.
548. 28 1. Funds for preparation of United States
Bernard J. Zincke...- Counsel
4, 852. 50 Code, District of Columbia Code, and
Ruth Brookshire----- Clerk....
3, 782. 51
1 These persons (last 5) were carried on the staff for Revision of the Laws:
1 month only. The present staff consists of the 1st 6
GEO. A. DONDERO, 1952.
COMMITTEE ON RULES
COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE
JULY 6, 1953.
JULY 10, 1953.
To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
5, 897.85 To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
The above-mentioned committee or sub1, 608. 51
The above-mentioned committee or subcommittee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of
committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of 0. Preparation of new edition of Disthe Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946,
the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, trict of Columbia Code (no Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au
Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Auyear): Unexpended balance, Dec. 31, gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol
gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol1952
13, 567.04 lowing report showing the name, profession, lowing report showing the name, profession, Expended.... 62.35 and total salary of each person employed by
and total salary of each person employed by Balance, June 30, 1953......
it during the 6-month period from January i, it during the 6-month period from January 1, 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together
13, 504. 69
with total funds authorized or appropriated
COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS and expended by it:
JULY 1, 1953. gross
To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
during The above-mentioned committee or subgross
6-month committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of
period Name of employee Profession salary
the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, during 6-month
Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Auperiod INVESTIGATIVE-con.
gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol
lowing report showing the name, profession, Helen I. Mattson... Research analyst. -- $3, 224. 91 and total salary of each person employed by O, E. McKillips.. Investigator.--
4,882. 02 T. Howard Dolan..... Assistant clerk, re- $50. 40 Lorraine Nichols. Clerk-stenographer. 2, 786.75
it during the 6-month period from January 1, moved from comRaphael I. Nixon.. Director of research. 5,594. 50
1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together mittee payroll
Barbara J. O'Neal.... Clerk-stenographer.) 2,614. 16 with total funds authorized or appropriated during January Courtney E. Owens..-Investigator.
5, 296. 90
and expended by it:
3, 304. 56 Elliodor M. Libonati. ...do....
423. 36 Carolyn G. Roberts. - Assistant chief of 3, 304. 56 Frank Klepal.
Total Jane W. Snader. Assistant clerk. 4, 232.98 Rose M. Sanko, Clerk-stenographer. 2, 746. 98
gross Humphrey S. Shaw..
1, 731. 96
salary 2, 145.01
during C. 0. HaleyMinority clerk. 2,982. 81 1953).
6-month Josephine Sheet ------ Switchboard opera2,051. 23
period tor. LEO E. ALLEN,
Information analyst. 2, 587. 62
2, 091.84 Russell E. Train..... Clerk (C) from June $517.58 Alvin W. Stokes. Investigator.--
4, 300. 14
15, 1953. Ruth K, Tansill. Information analyst. 2, 746. 98 Gordon Grand, Jr..... Clerk (C) Jan. 1, 5, 302.36 COMMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES Margaret Thomas... Clerk-typist (ap
1, 299. 07
1953, through June pointed Feb. 26,
14, 1953. JULY 20, 1953.
Thomas A. Martin... Professional assist- 4, 189.70 To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE: Virginia Truax..... Assistant file clerk 574. 07
ant (P). The above-mentioned committee or sub
(resigned Feb. 15,
Richard M. Furlaud - Professional assist- 3, 160.00 committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of
ant (P) from Mar. Alice E. Walker.... Information analyst. 2, 746. 98 the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946,
15, 1953. William A. Wheeler... Investigator...- 5, 542. 40 Karl T, Schlotter- Professional assist- 2, 911.50 Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au- George C. Williams.- Investigator (ap- 2,311. 72
ant (P) from Apr. gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol
pointed Mar. 23,
1953). lowing report showing the name, profession,
Leo H. Irwin....... Minority adviser 5,823.00 Kathryn Zimmerman. Clerk-stenographer. 2, 746. 98 and total salary of each person employed by
Susan Alice Taylor.... Staff assistant. 3, 303.02 it during the 6-month period from January 1,
Frances C. Russell...
3,069.31 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together Funds authorized or appropriated for com
2, 734.07 with total funds authorized or appropriated
$300,000.00 June A. Kendall..... Staff assistant to the 2,690.73
minority. and expended by it: Amount expended from Jan. 4 to July 1.... 128, 101.37 Virginia M. Butler.... Staff assistant. 2, 567. 67
Walter B. Little...
1, 553. 28 July 1.-----
128, 101.37 gross Balance unexpended as of July 1.------- 171, 898. 63 Name of employee Profession salary
DANIEL A. REED, during
HAROLD H. VELDE, 6-month
Chairman. Chairman, period
SUBCOMMITTEE OF COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND
COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS STANDING
MEANS ON ADMINISTRATION OF THE INTERNAL
JULY 1, 1953. REVENUE LAWS Dolores B. Anderson.. Reporter (appointed $3, 348. 35 To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
JULY 1, 1953. Feb. 1, 1953).
The above-mentioned committee or subDonald T. Appell..--- Investigator.5, 711, 65
To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE: Thomas W. Beale, Sr...Chief clerk..
committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of Juliette P. Joray.
The above-mentioned committee or sub-
committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of Robert L. Kunzig... Counsel (appointed 3, 752. 60 gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol
the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, Mar. 23, 1953). Rosella A. Purdy. Secretary to counsel. 4,093. 93 lowing report showing the name, profession, Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved AuLouis J. Russell..
gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the folChief investigator. 5, 823.00 and total salary of each person employed by Thelma Scearce... Secretary to chief in- 4, 017. 89 it during the 6-month period from January 1, lowing report showing the name, profession, vestigator. 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together it during the period from January 1 through
and total salary of each person employed by Frank S. Tavenner, Jr. Counsel...
5, 823.00 Anne D. Turner... Chief of reference 4, 467.39
with total funds authorized or appropriated section,
January 3, 1953, inclusive, together with total and expended by it:
funds authorized or appropriated and exINVESTIGATIVE
pended by it: Lena W. Adams...... Clerk-typist (re- 574, 07
Total signed Feb. 15,
salary James A. Andrews...- Investigator..
gross Robert B. Barker ---- Investigator (termi- 1, 328. 89
6-month Name of employee Profession
salary. nated Feb, 20,
6-month Frank Bonora... Investigator... 3, 264. 68
period John W. Carrington... Assistant to clerk... 3,827.01 Karl Standish.
$5, 823.00 Jane H. Collins...-- Clerk-stenographer 2,800.04 Casey M. Jones. Professional aid. 5, 823.00 (resigned June 30, Harold A.L, Lawrence ----do.. 5, 823. 00 Florence Botta.. Typist.
$20.00 1953). Oliver E, Meadows 1 --_do.
4, 852. 50 Bertha Brito.-
35. 82 George E. Cooper ---- Sappointed Mar. 2,006. 63 Edwin B. Patterson.- Counsel. 5, 823. 00 Bess J, D'Onofrio. Staff assistant.
24, 19 Paul K. Jones.
Assistant clerk. 4, 951. 26 James P. Donovan. Chief investigator.. 90. 58 Alice V. Matthews--- Clerk-stenographer.- 2, 826. 60 Grade Good..
40. 47 Anniel Cunningham.. Information analyst. 2, 507. 92 Frances Montanye... - do.
2, 826, 60 Lola M. Hanson.
31. 63 Earl L. Fuoss
35. 82 Alyce Gartrell. Information analyst 651. 99
41. 79 1953).
Helen Wright ?.. Clerk-stenographer.- 1, 413. 30 sky. Pearle L. Gay....... Clerk-stenographer 671.48
Joseph M, F. Ryan, -...do.
50.30 (resigned Feb. 15,
Arthur J. Schissel.---- ..do..-
35. 16 Grace 0. Hall. Chief file clerk (re- 574.07 2 Effective Apr. 1, 1953.
35. 16 signed Feb. 15,
Lillian Stillman.. Staff assistant.
35. 82 1953). Funds authorized or appropriated for com
John E. Tobin.-- Chief counsel
1 19.86 Jennie R. Hayes....-- Clerk-typist (ap- 1,890. 80 mittee expenditures..
Amount of expenditures previously reported. A, Merle Holton..----Clerk-stenographer 495.78 Amount expended from Mar. 5 to June 30,
1 Salary represents 1 day as assistant counsel, but paid
3, 313.37 in this period.
Funds authorized or appropriated for com-
to June 30, 1953..
3, 313. 37
$250,000.00 W. Jackson Jones...- Investigator.--- 4,328.96 Balance unexpended as of June 30, 1953.- 46, 686. 63 Larry Kerley......- Special investigator 207.85 (appointed June
EDITH NOURSE ROGERS,
Amount of expenditures previously reported
(represents $244,366.90* minus refunds of
Amount expended from Jan. 1, 1953, to Feb.
with total funds authorized or appropriated dren's good, by the might of Thy spirit 28, 1953 (under H. Res. 686, 82dCong.)-- $2, 662. 52 and expended by it:
lift us into Thy presence that we may Total amount expended from Apr. 1,
be still and know that Thou art God. 1951, to Feb. 28, 1953 (under H.
Total Thou dost satisfy us in the morning Res. 686, 82d Cong.).. 244, 543. 59
with Thy loying kindness; Thou dost upName of employee Profession
during hold us at noonday by the strength of Balance unexpended as of.. 5, 456. 41
Thy spirit; and when evening comes
period DANIEL A. REED,
Thou art our hope and our rest. When Chairman.
our path is rough and the way hard, Eileen R. Browne 1. Clerk.
$577. 31 Rita R. Campcell 2. Economist
give us to know that Thou art with us SUBCOMMITTEE OF COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND Wallace M. Smith 3. Lawyer..
337.48 and that with Thee is grace adequate for MEANS ON ADMINISTRATION OF THE INTERNAL
our need. Always may we remember REVENUE LAWS
Appointed June 1, 1953.
Thy goodness toward us and throughout
2 Appointed June 15, 1953.
the days of our lives may we be upheld To the CLERK OF THE HOUSE:
by an unfaltering trust in Thee. Funds authorized or appropriated for subThe above-mentioned committee or sub
Bless Thou our country, our President, committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of Amount expended from June 1, 1953 to June
our Congress, and our people. By a unity the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, 30, 1953.
1, 562. 10
of spirit, by a faith in Thee, by a willPublic Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au
Balance unexpended as of June 30,
ingness to serve may we maintain the gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol
freedoms won by our fathers and share lowing report showing the name, profession,
CARL T. CURTIS,
them with the rest of the world. We and total salary of each person employed by
Chairman. pray in the spirit of Jesus Christ our it during the 6-month period from January 4,
Lord. Amen. 1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together
SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS with total funds authorized or appropriated
JULY 13, 1953.
On request of Mr. KNOWLAND, and by gross the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, unanimous consent, the reading of the Name of employee Profession
salary Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au- Journal of the proceedings of Thursday,
gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the fol- July 23, 1953, was dispensed with. period lowing report showing the name, profession,
and total salary of each person employed by
it during the 6-month period from January 1, MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENTFlorence Botta.. Typist
$1, 261. 89 Bertha A. Brito. Court reporter--
1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together
2, 113. 67 Henry B. Clagett, Jr.- Attorney (from Jan.
APPROVAL OF JOINT RESOLU2,077.82
with total funds authorized or appropriated
Messages in writing from the PresiJames P. Donovan. Chief investigator..- 5, 725.93
Total dent of the United States were comWilliam A. Fried- Attorney --2, 544. 80
municated to the Senate by Mr. Miller,
salary Grace Good..--- Administrative as
Name of employee Profession 2, 405.31
during one of his secretaries, and he announced sistant.
6-month Lola M. Hanson.. Staff assistant. 2, 113. 67
that on July 23, 1953, the President had Barbara Z. Heslowitz. Court reporter 2, 113. 67
approved and signed the following joint William P. Hindman, Assistant chief coun- 5, 725. 93 Jr. sel.
Elva W. Bell..
696. 45 S. J. Res. 82. Joint resolution to provide sky.
Victor P. Dalmas. Executive director.. 2,814. 44 Murray M, McCol- | Attorney (from Feb. 1, 730. 65 Carl E, Davis..
for the reappointment of Robert V. Flem
Jane M, Deem.
ing as citizen regent of the Board of Regents Kirsten M. Neergaard. Court reporter (from 1, 698. 52 Elizabeth H. Feltman. Clerical assistant.. 2, 649.39
of the Smithsonian Institution; and
Ruth E, Giles.--
889. 10 Joseph M.F. Ryan, Jr. Attorney
S. J. Res. 83. Joint resolution to provide 3, 515.81 Marjorie E. Heston. - do.
251. 24 Arthur J. Schissel.
1, 604. 04
for the appointment of Owen Josephus RobJoseph Stein.
2, 466. 14
Clerical assistant. 370. 45 erts as a member of the Board of Regents of
the Smithsonian Institution. Walter C. Taylor, Jr.- Special counsel 970. 50 Melvin M, Miller.. Investigator.
655. 47 (from Mar. 1 to
L. V. Monzel..
Research analyst. 3, 249. 48
John J. Phelan, Jr. Executive director. 2, 426. 24
MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE tract basis). Paul J. Yesawich, Jr.. Attorney..
3, 308. 25
A message from the House of Repremittee expenditures
$135, 000.00 sentatives, by Mr. Bartlett, one of its Funds authorized or appropriated for comAmount expended from Jan. 4 to June 30---- 30, 910.07
clerks, announced that the House had mittee expenditures.
$100,000.00 Amount of expenditures previously re
Balance unexpended as of June 30,
disagreed to the amendments of the Sen
1953.. ported... None
104, 089.93 ate to the bill (H. R. 5969) making apAmount expended from Jan. 4, 1953 to June
WILLIAM S. HILL,
propriations for the Department of De30, 1953 67, 211, 71
Chairman. Total amount expended from Jan. 4, 1953 to
fense and related independent agencies June 30, 1953.. 67, 211. 71
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, Balance unexpended as of June 30, 1953. 32, 788. 29
and for other purposes; agreed to the DANIEL A. REED,
conference asked by the Senate on the Chairman.
disagreeing votes of the two Houses
thereon, and that Mr. WIGGLESWORTH,
FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1953 THE SOCIAL SECURITY SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
Mr. SCRIVNER, Mr. FORD, Mr. MILLER of COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS (Legislative day of Monday, July 6, 1953)
Maryland, Mr. OSTERTAG, Mr. HRUSKA,
Mr. TABER, Mr. MAHON, Mr. SHEPPARD, JULY 13, 1953.
The Senate met at 12 o'clock meridian, Mr. SIKES, and Mr. CANNON were apTo the CLERK OF THE HOUSE: on the expiration of the recess.
pointed managers on the part of the The above-mentioned committee or sub- Rev. Edward Gardiner Latch, D. D., House at the conference. committee, pursuant to section 134 (b) of minister, Metropolitan Memorial Meth- The message also announced that the the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946, odist Church, Washington, D. C., offered House had passed a bill (H. R. 4017) to Public Law 601, 79th Congress, approved Au- the following prayer:
provide for the conveyance of certain gust 2, 1946, as amended, submits the following report showing the name, profession, Almighty God, our Heavenly Father, land and improvements to the England and total salary of each person employed by infinite in wisdom, power, and love, Special School District of the State of it during the 6-month period from January 1, whose mercy is over all Thy works, and Arkansas, in which it requested the con1953, to June 30, 1953, inclusive, together whose will is ever directed to Thy chil- currence of the Senate.
ENROLLED BILLS AND JOINT RESO- The Chief Clerk proceeded to call the With that background, I move that the LUTION SIGNED roll.
nomination of Mr. Glenn L. Emmons, of The message further announced that
Mr. KNOWLAND. Mr. President, I New Mexico, to be Commissioner of In
dian Affairs be committed to the Comthe Speaker had affixed his signature to ask unanimous consent that the order the following enrolled bills and joint for the quorum call be rescinded, and mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs,
and I now give notice that the hearing resolution, and they were signed by the that further proceedings under the call Vice President: be dispensed with.
will be held on Tuesday morning next, S. 2078. An act to provide for the early jection, it is so ordered. The VICE PRESIDENT. Without ob- July 28.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The questransaction of the public business in the event of the death, incapacity, or separation
tion is on agreeing to the motion of the from office of a disbursing officer of the mili
Senator from California.
EXECUTIVE SESSION tary department;
The motion was agreed to. H. R. 4484. An act to amend section 365 of Mr. KNOWLAND. I move that the
Mr. LANGER. Mr. President, in conthe act entitled "An act to establish a code Senate proceed to the consideration of nection with the nomination of Glenn L. of laws for the District of Columbia,” ap- executive business, for the consideration
Emmons, of New Mexico, to be Commisproved March 3, 1901, as amended, to increase of nominations on the Executive Calen- sioner of Indian Affairs, the senior Senthe maximum sum allowable by the court
dar under the heading of “New Reports.” out of assets of a decedent's estate for
ator from North Dakota wishes to refuneral expenses;
The motion was agreed to; and the Sen
iterate once more that he does not know H. R. 5227. An act making appropriations ate proceeded to the consideration of
Mr. Emmons; he has never met him; he for the Department of Agriculture for the executive business.
has never seen him, so far as he knows. fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other
The Senator from North Dakota has abpurposes;
EXECUTIVE MESSAGES REFERRED solutely no personal interest in the matH. R. 5804. An act to authorize the Secre
ter. tary of the Interior to grant easements for The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the
As I think everyone knows, in the rights-of-way through, over, and under the Senate messages from the President of
State of North Dakota there are four Inparkway land along the line of the Chesathe United States submitting sundry
dian reservations. Some of those Inpeake and Ohio Canal, and to authorize an
nominations and withdrawing the nomiexchange of lands with other Federal de
dians have made outstanding records. nation of Monroe Mark Friedman, of partments and agencies, and for other pur- California, to be United States district
They are very much interested in the poses; and
Indian Bureau. H. J. Res. 253. Joint resolution to amend judge for the northern district of Cali
In this connection I invite the attenthe joint resolution of June 16, 1938, creating fornia, vice Herbert W. Erskine, deceased,
tion of Senators to the fact that the Inthe Niagara Falls Bridge Commission. which nominating messages were re
dian Bureau was organized back in 1824, ferred to the appropriate committees.
more than 125 years ago. I now read (For nominations this day received, LEAVES OF ABSENCE
from the United States Government Orsee the end of Senate proceedings.)
ganization Manual for 1952-53, page 200. On request of Mr. MANSFIELD, and by The VICE PRESIDENT. If there be
regarding the purpose of the Indian unanimous consent, Mr. GREEN and Mr. no reports of committees, the clerk will
Bureau: PASTORE were excused from attendance state the nominations on the Executive
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has two maon the sessions of the Senate beginning Calendar under the heading "New Re
jor responsibilities in its work with Indians sometime during the afternoon, and in ports.”
and natives of Alaska: (1) To act as trustee cluding tomorrow, for the purpose of
with respect to Indian lands and moneys attending the funeral of the late former UNITED STATES COAST GUARD held in trust by the United States and to asSenator Edward L. Leahy, of Rhode
sist the owners in making the most effective Island.
The Chief Clerk read the nomination use of their lands and other resources, and,
(2) to provide public services such as eduOn request of Mr. MANSFIELD, and by of Vice Adm. Merlin O'Neill to be com
mandant of the United States Coast cation, public health work, and welfare aid unanimous consent, Mr. LENNON was exGuard.
where these services are not available to Incused from attendance on the session of
The VICE PRESIDENT. Without ob
dians from other agencies. the Senate tomorrow.
I invite the attention of Senators parOn request of Mr. MANSFIELD, and by jection, the nomination is confirmed.
Mr. KNOWLAND. I ask that the unanimous consent, Mr. MAYBANK was
ticularly to the following language: excused from attendance on the sessions President be immediately notified.
The ultimate goal of the Bureau is to abolof the Senate for the next few days.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Without ob- ish the need for its own existence.
jection, the President will be immediateOn his own request, and by unani
In other words, to get rid of the Inmous consent, Mr. THYE was excused ly notified.
dian Bureau. from attendance on the sessions of the
This involves (1) guidance and assistance Senate tomorrow. NOMINATION OF GLENN L. EMMONS
for those Indians who wish to leave their TO BE COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN
ancestral homes and enter normal channels AFFAIRS
of American economic and social life, and ORDER FOR TRANSACTION OF
Mr. KNOWLAND. Mr. President, I in
(2) collaboration with the Indian people ROUTINE BUSINESS vite the attention of the distinguished velopment of programs leading toward full
(both tribally and individually) in the deMr. KNOWLAND. Mr. President, I Senator from North Dakota [Mr. LAN- fledged Indian responsibility for the manask unanimous consent that immedi- GER), as well as that of both Senators agement of their own property and affairs ately following the quorum call there from New Mexico, and other Senators, as well as the gradual transfer of public may be the customary morning hour to the fact that, at the request of Mr.
service responsibilities from the Bureau of for the purpose of allowing Senators to Glenn L. Emmons, of New Mexico, who
Indian Affairs to the agencies which normally introduce bills and joint resolutions, to
was nominated to be Commissioner of provide these services to non-Indian citizens. make insertions in the RECORD, and to
Indian Affairs, the question has been When I saw this nomination on the transact other routine business, with the raised relative to holding hearings on clerk's list, in order to protect the Inusual limitation on speeches of 2 min- the nomination. He had previously ap- dians of my own State, and, for that utes.
peared before the committee for a brief matter, of neighboring States, I asked The VICE PRESIDENT. Without ob- hearing, but it was on the day that the for a copy of the hearings. All I wanted jection, it is so ordered.
nomination came to the Senate, I be- to do was to find out what kind of man lieve, as the Senator from North Dakota Mr. Emmons was, who had interrogated pointed out.
him, what his past experience was, CALL OF THE ROLL
I have been informed by the chairman whether he was friendly toward the purMr. KNOWLAND. Mr. President, I of the Committee on Interior and Insu- poses expressed in the United States suggest the absence of a quorum. lar Affairs that a hearing is being ar- Government Organization Manual, from
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Secre- ranged for Tuesday next, July 28, on the which I have just read, and whether he tary will call the roll. nomination of Mr. Emmons.
would be in favor of releasing some 10
Indian tribes which Mr. Zimmerman, unfair criticism, but nevertheless it can be In all fairness to Mr. Lewis it should First Assistant of the Indian Bureau for justified as long as time factors are not
be stated that he has been in office for years, testified before the Committee on given appropriate consideration.
only 4 or 5 months. I am satisfied that
Mr. LEWIS. If I may add something that I Post Office and Civil Service, when I was
Mr. Lewis, not knowing the procedure believe will be helpful there, from the numchairman of that committee, should have ber of communications that I had received
generally followed in the Senate before been released 10 years ago.
within the last couple of weeks on the sub- nominations are confirmed, did not I wanted to find out what his gen- fect of Mr. Emmons' appointment, both pro
ject of Mr. Emmons' appointment, both pro realize the importance of notifying eral attitude would be. For that pur- and con, it never occurred to me that people Senators in whose States there are In
did not know pretty well about it, despite dian tribes and who might be interested pose I obtained from the committee
the fact that there had not been a public dealing with this nomination a copy of
in having a hearing, or in a public anannouncement. I have had telegrams and the record of the hearing held on Wedletters, one after the other, that have come
nouncement that a hearing would be nesday, July 15, 1953.
in during that period of time, from varying held. I repeat, that was my sole interest. I sections of the country, from South Dakota,
I desire to continue reading from the have no objection to the nominee. I from Oklahoma, from the Far West, and hearing which was held, to show the had no candidate for the position. I from New Mexico.
good faith of the Senator from North did just what any Senator would do Senator SMATHERS. Have you had any from Dakota. I might say that after the
the Seminole Indians in Florida? who is interested in the people of his
hearing is held on Tuesday the Senator
Mr. LEWIS. Not in this last batch, I believe. own State. There are thousands of In
Senator SMATHERS. Did you have any in
from North Dakota will likely vote for dians in North Dakota and in neigh- the first batch? Have you had any from the
the confirmation of the nomination. boring South Dakota, many of whom Seminole Indians?
There is nothing personal in the matare my very warm personal friends.
Mr. LEWIS. Yes; there were some repre- ter at all. I want my friend from NeIn looking over the record of the hear- sentatives of the Seminole Indians very early braska to know that. Before the dising which was held on July 15, I find the in the game, when I first got here.
tinguished Senator from Nebraska came
Senator SMATHERS. Did they approve of the testimony of Mr. Lewis, the Under Sec
into the Chamber I explained very carenomination of this man as Indian Commisretary of the Department of the In
fully that there are numerous Indian sioner? terior. He was interrogated by the
Mr. LEWIS. I haven't the slightest idea.
tribes in North Dakota, and four Indian Senator from Washington [Mr. JACK
reservations. Those Indian tribes want SON). I shall not read the entire rec- Mr. Lewis is advocating the confirma- to know something about the man who ord. In fairness I think I should read tion of a man, and yet when the distin- is to be the Indian Commissioner. They what Mr. Lewis said. I read from page guished Senator from Florida asks him look to the junior and senior Senators 17:
whether the Indians of Florida are in from North Dakota to find out whether
favor of the nomination, he says, “I the nominee believes in the policies of Senator JACKSON. Let me say, from what I have heard about Mr. Emmons, it is all to haven't the slightest idea,” although he
the Indian Bureau. For example, I read the good.
had interviewed 125 groups of Indians. from the United States Government OrMr. LEWIS. I understand.
I continue to read from the hearings: ganization Manual, which states that Senator JACKSON. I am not for one mo
Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska. Mr. Presi- when the Indian Bureau was organized ment sugesting that he is not qualified. dent, will the Senator yield?
in 1824, more than 125 years ago, the From what I gather, you could not find a Mr. LANGER. I would like to finish
purpose of it was to emancipate the better qualified person. I am merely try- reading the testimony.
Indians, among other things, and to ing to suggest in making these nominations,
Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska. I wonder gradually abolish the Bureau. it is probably a good idea to give wide pub- whether the Senator would yield for a licity about what you intend to do, so no
Certainly the Indians are entitled to one can come along later and say that it question.
have their representatives find out what was rushed through without notice.
Mr. LANGER. I yield.
the attitude of Mr. Emmons is toward
Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska. I merely abolishing the Indian Bureau. Senator JACKSON. Some of them had their want to ask a very short question, and I
Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska. It is the own choices to suggest, but as far as any do not desire to start any lengthy'argu- impression of the Senator from Nebraska opposition is concerned, it was nil.
ment. I wondered whether the impli- that the answer is in the hearings from merely doing this to try to help you, be- cation of the remarks the Senator from which the Senator from North Dakota cause I might make the observation that North Dakota has read is that it would has been reading, given in response to it is not a very smart thing to nominate a person—I believe his nomination is just be- resentatives of 125 tribes.
be physically possible to satisfy the rep- a question which was asked of Mr. Eming made public today—and to have a hear
mons. ing and ask for a confirmation all in the
Mr. LANGER, I want to say to my Mr. LANGER. That is correct. Howsame day. In this case, I will not object, distinguished friend that that is not the ever I am dealing with one subject now, but with the Bureau of Mines matter com- question at all. I do not care whether
I may say to my distinguished friend, ing up, I will have to object. I merely the nominee satisfied one Indian tribe and that is the procedural matter of a want to make that suggestion for your own cr every Indian in the United States of public announcement and Senators bebenefit.
America. The question is that we in ing notified and given an opportunity to
the Senate are called upon to confirm ask questions. Senator JACKSON. I am merely making this a nomination without knowing anything for the record. As I say, this is entirely un
In the Judiciary Committee, when a about the nominee. We are entitled to related to Mr. Emmons. I am just making have a hearing held. The distinguished
man is nominated for a position, such it as a matter of procedure, because I do
as for Attorney General, marshal, or not think it is always the wisest thing Senator from Nebraska may feel that
Senator from Nebraska may feel that judge, as the Senator from Nebraska well to do, because this office has been vacant
Mr. Emmons is the finest man in knows, notice of a hearing is placed in since January 20.
America. Perhaps a man who never the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. There must Further along in the hearings Senator
saw an Indian in his life is the finest be a notice of at least 7 days. Anyone
man in America. That is not the quesJACKSON said:
who is interested has 7 days in which to tion. I say every Senator is entitled to Senator JACKSON. We had a situation not
communicate with anyone he wants to be notified of a hearing to be held on very long ago on these appointments in
in the particular locality involved, and which I think we did the Department of the a nomination to an office, the incumbent
anyone may come before the committee Interior a favor, although it was just by
of which is going to handle millions of and be heard. accident that we brought out certain infor
dollars. That is the question. That is I have read from the testimony that mation.
the only reason the Senator from North the Senator from Washington (Mr. JACK
Dakota is on his feet at the moment. SON] called the attention of the comHe was evidently referring to the Lyon
Mr. BUTLER of Nebraska. I was gonomination.
mittee to the fact that Mr. Emmons was ing to ask if the distinguished acting nominated in the morning and that he We have before us today a man of very majority leader had told the Senator fine reputation, from all that I know about from North Dakota that a hearing was
was up for confirmation in the afterhim. I am not raising the question as a
noon of the same day I want to read personal matter at all. I am raising the going to be held.
further from the testimony: question as a procedural matter. It is a
Mr. LANGER. The distinguished Senator MALONE. I have listened attenmatter that should be of help to the Depart- Senator notified me yesterday, and I am tively, and I am perfectly astisfied with the ment of the Interior to avoid what might be deeply gratified.
answers given to Senator WATKINS, but the