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The SPEAKER. Is the gentleman op The SPEAKER. Is there objection to than $150 million next year. This is posed to the bill?
request of the gentleman from what was cut out of his budget, with his Mr. BENNETT of Michigan. I am, New Jersey?
concurrence. The transfer of airline Mr. Speaker.
There was no objection,
subsidies, formerly charged to the Post The SPEAKER. The Clerk will re
Office Department, to the Civil Aviation port the motion to recommit.
Board and the increases in parcel post The Clerk read as follows:
SIGNING ENROLLED BILLS
rates and miscellaneous fees will furMr. BENNETT of Michigan moves to re Mr. HALLECK. Mr. Speaker, I ask ther reduce the estimated postal deficit commit the bill, H. R. 356, to the Commit- unanimous consent that notwithstand- for 1954 from a beginning of $746 miltee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. ing the adjournment of the House until lion originally proposed by the preced
Mr. WOLVERTON. Mr. Speaker, I Monday next, the Clerk be authorized ing Postmaster General to less than half move the previous question on the mo
to receive messages from the Senate, and the amount_$315 million. tion to recommit. that the Speaker be authorized to sign
Three hundred and fifteen million The previous question was ordered.
any enrolled bills and joint resolutions dollars is still a huge deficit. It repreThe SPEAKER. The question is on
passed by the two Houses and found truly sents a loss of more than a million dolthe motion to recommit. enrolled.
lars every working day of the year but Mr. BENNETT of Michigan. Mr.
The SPEAKER. Is there objection to it is as low as the Postmaster General Speaker, on that I demand the yeas and
the request of the gentleman from can now bring it without the further Indiana?
help of Congress through increases in nays. The yeas and nays were refused.
There was no objection.
postal rates. The motion to recommit was rejected.
The proposals now before the House
Post Office and Civil Service Committee The SPEAKER. The question is on
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND the passage of the bill.
for postal rate increases of $240 million
FOREIGN COMMERCE The bill was passed, and a motion to
annually will bring the huge postal reconsider was laid on the table.
Mr. WOLVERTON. Mr. Speaker, I deficit into reasonable balance for the ask unanimous consent that the Com- first time in many years. It is a modest,
mittee on Interstate and Foreign Com- practical and realistic request which I FURTHER MESSAGE FROM THE merce may have until midnight Satur trust this House will adopt speedily SENATE day night to file a report on H. R. 3898.
when the bill comes before us for action. A further message from the Senate, The SPEAKER. Is there objection to
To tolerate a philosophy that postal by Mr. Carrell, one of its clerks, an
the request of the gentleman from deficits should not be controlled ennounced that the Senate agrees to the New Jersey?
courages indifference to mounting costs
There was no objection. report of the committee of conference on
and is unconscionable today when we
must balance our Federal budget to make the disagreeing votes of the two Houses
our Nation secure, safe, and solvent. on the amendment of the Senate to the
POSTMASTER GENERAL ARTHUR E. We hear much talk about Government bill (H. R. 1802) entitled "An act to
economy. If we are to have genuine amend the act of Congress, approved March 4, 1915 (38 Stat. 1213), as Mr. CANFIELD. Mr. Speaker, I ask Government economy, each Department amended.”
unanimous consent to address the House of the Government must practice what for 5 minutes and to revise and extend it preaches, must put its own house in
order. my remarks. FILING ACCOMPANYING VIEWS ON
The SPEAKER. Is there objection to
The Post Office Department, the HOUSE REPORT NO. 857
the request of the gentleman from New largest nonmilitary Department of the Mr. LANTAFF. Mr. Speaker, I ask Jersey?
Government, is making valiant efforts to unanimous consent to file accompany There was no objection.
do its share in helping balance the naing views on House Report No. 857 which Mr. CANFIELD. Mr. Speaker, as
tional budget. It deserves our wholehas heretofore been printed. chairman of the Subcommittee on
hearted support in its efforts to bring The SPEAKER. Is there objection to Treasury-Post Office Departments of
the postal deficit within reasonable balthe request of the gentleman from the Committee on Appropriations, I am
ance through economies and adminisFlorida?
intimately acquainted with the plans and trative actions of its own, supplemented Mr. HOFFMAN of Michigan. Mr. accomplishments of Postmaster Gen- by moderate and long overdue adjustSpeaker, reserving the right to object, I eral Arthur E. Summerfield.
ments in postal rates. desire the same right to reply to the I know that the Post Office Departgentleman's accompanying views and ment, for the first time in many years, is
PERMANENT CONSUMER CREDIT have until Monday night and have them being operated in an efficient business
CONTROL DESIRED BY FEDERAL printed together.
like manner by the Postmaster General The SPEAKER. Is that agreeable? and his able associates.
RESERVE OFFICIALS AND ADMINMr. LANTAFF. I have no objection, I know that postal service has al
ISTRATION Mr. Speaker.
ready been improved in some 200 major The SPEAKER. Under previous orThe SPEAKER. Is there objection to United States cities and that these im- der of the House, the gentleman from the request of the gentleman from provements are made by better use of Texas [Mr. PATMAN] is recognized for Florida?
facilities and personnel at slight, if any 10 minutes. There was no objection. extra cost to the taxpayers.
Mr. PATMAN. Mr. Speaker, I ask I know that service has been improved unanimous consent to revise and extend
in certain rural areas of the country by my remarks and include extraneous SPECIAL ORDER GRANTED
consolidating mail routes, eliminating matter. Mr. BOW asked and was given permis out-moded post offices, and extending The SPEAKER. Is there objection to sion to address the House for 30 minutes rural free delivery service—all at a con
rural free delivery service—all at a con- the request of the gentleman from on Thursday next, following any special siderable saying of the taxpayers' dol Texas? orders heretofore entered. lars.
There was no objection.
partment is making better use of mod. a very strange and unusual combination GENERAL LEAVE TO EXTEND
ern transportation facilities to speed up that has recently come to light here in Mr. WOLVERTON. Mr. Speaker, I the delivery of the mails—and doing so Washington. For the last few years, the ask unanimous consent that all Mem at savings to the taxpayer.
Federal Reserve officials have been trybers may have 5 legislative days to re The efficiencies which the Postmaster ing to make it plain that the System is vise and extend their remarks on H. R. General already introduced into the De an independent agency and is not con356.
partment will save the taxpayers more nected directly or indirectly with the
executive branch of the Government, It is as follows:
of bonds and securities to finance the only admitting that the agency is a
MARTIN ASKS PERMANENT CREDIT CURB POWER public debt. In the American Banker of servant of Congress, having been created
FOR RESERVE IN PRIVATE TALK
yesterday, July 23, Mr. Marriner S. by Congress in 1913. But the last few
WASHINGTON. Federal Reserve Board Eccles, who was Chairman of the Federal days, evidence is unmistakable that there Chairman William Martin was reported to Reserve Board for probably a longer is a very pleasant and effective alliance have told the National Automobile Dealers period of time than any other person existing between the Board of Governors Association that he would like the Board to
ever held that position, is quoted as sayand the administration in power. have the permanent authority to control
ing in a talk before the Stanford UniverDoes this mean that the Board of Gov. consumer credit although he wouldn't use
sity Business Conference at Berkeley, the authority right now. ernors are only against an administra
Frederick J. Bell, executive vice president Calif., within the last few days, that “the tion in power that is for fair interest of the 34,000-member NADA, quoted Mr.
idea of a free or unmanaged money rates, such as fixed during World War IIMartin as saying in a private speech that he market was supposed to go out in 1913 as a pattern?
would have used such authority in the past when the Federal Reserve System was
if he had it. TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS EXTRA PER ANNUM FOR
created.” The officials of the adminisMr. Bell made it plain that fear of a pos- tration who contend that it is fair for FAMILY OF FIVE sible administration request for credit
the United States Government to be Does it mean that the Board of Gov curbing powers from Congress had prompted ernors is perfectly willing to get along the all-day NADA meeting here yesterday. required to pay any rate of interest with the administration that has already However, he said that to his knowledge, the
forced upon it by a few money lenders administration has no present plans to ask fixed a pattern of interest rates that will
who control the market are certainly not cost every man, woman, and child an
for such authority in the next legislative working in the interest of the United additional $40 per annum? That is
program it will present to Congress in Jan States Government. It is my belief that uary.
the Board of Governors of the Federal what the pattern of interest rates fixed
However, he labeled Mr. Martin's state Reserve System are bordering on unpawith the present administration will
ment advocating permanent authority for cost-$40 per capita. All the debts of
triotism in failing to support our Governcredit control as an administration position, the Nation public and private-aggre and protested it repeatedly in his meeting
ment in time of need. An excuse is gate over $600 billion. The pattern of with the press, saying new-car dealers see no
given-not a good reason for this devinterest rates recently fixed by the ad need for credit regulations.
astating, unfair, and cruel action. The ministration will cause a minimum in
Mr. Martin's speech was in fact entitled Federal Reserve System makes money
"The Administration's Position on Consumer crease of 1 percent, which is over $6
easy or tight as it.desires-that is what Credit in the Automobile Industry.” The billion or approximately $40 for every
the System claims for itself. meeting at which he made the talk was not man, woman, and child. This means in
TIGHT MONEY-RAISE INTEREST-EASE MONEY open to the press. the future that a family of 5 will have Automobile credit, as reported by the Fed Recently, we had an outstanding exto spend $200 of its earnings for interest eral Reserve Board, hit $9.4 billion at the end ample of the System permitting money instead of using the $200 to buy better of May-about $2.9 billion or 45 percent to get real tight to justify the issuance of food, better clothing, and more convenhigher than a year ago.
long-term bonds, bearing the highest iences and comforts of life. It will mean
Mr. Bell emphasized, however, that there rate of interest in 20 years, but soon
is nothing alarming about these figures and $200 less for a family of 5 to spend for
thereafter easing the money market by that it was a healthy sign. He added that production of the farm or factory, and there has been no growth in the number of
permitting through one mimeographed will result in a diversion of money that
people who can't meet monthly payments statement the banks to create upon their has heretofore gone into the bloodstream on autos.
books $512 billion with which they could of business and commerce and helped When asked about the business outlook buy bonds or make advances, for stock to keep the country prosperous and
for automobile sales in the last half of this purchases or gambling transactions or healthy into the hands of those who do year, the NADA spokesman said: "I don't
for any other purpose. The point is the not need and will not buy an extra pair
see anything to worry about.” He added,
money is tight or easy according to what of shoes, an extra suit of clothes, an extra than in the past and that the dealers are re
the System desires. loaf of bread, or any kind of appliance turning to more normal merchandising con
The present policy of the Board of or automobile. ditions.
Governors is not in the interest of the In my remarks of Wednesday of this Hefty doses of consumer credit, in the past, United States Government, but is in the week, I mentioned the fact that on that have been a big stimulant to auto sales. interest of Wall Street banks. Twentyvery day a meeting was held at the Stat Credit helped finance a larger proportion of one of the New York City banks have ler Hotel at which Mr. William Martin,
autos purchased last year than in any other profited more from the reductions in the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, postwar year, according to the Federal Re
reserve requirements than all the other serve Board. made a talk to car dealers and finance
banks of the Nation combined.
Board figures show that 57 percent of those company representatives, in which he
persons buying new cars last year borrowed made it plain that he was speaking for part of the purchase price. In 1951, the the Federal Reserve Board and the ad
OLD DOLLAR OR 1939 DOLLAR IF percentage was only 47 percent and in 1950 ministration in power, in advocating per it was 46 percent. On used car purchases,
RETURNED TO NOW WOULD DOU. manent consumer credit controls. He
those using credit amounted to 65 percent BLE ALL DEBTS failed to sell the group on the idea, and
last year, 60 percent in 1951 and only 57 per-
Mr. PATMAN. Mr. Speaker, many newspaper items indicate that he backtracked considerably after being quizzed
Congress, earlier this year, voted against people are contending that we should by the critical and suspicious group for
giving the Federal Reserve Board authority make the dollar more valuable and do
to control consumer credit. almost 3 hours. But it should not be
it quickly, that they should return to overlooked that the Federal Reserve
REPRESENTING THE ADMINISTRATION
the 1939 dollar. Board has more controls in mind and
In the article by Mr. Nelson M. Shep
If we returned to the 1939 dollar, we will not relax its efforts to get them, ard that appeared in the Washington
would be forcing a dollar that is worth judging the future by the past. Star of yesterday concerning this same
twice as much as the present dollar,
which means that the people would have It is my considered opinion that if meeting, it was stated: something is not done about the Federal Chairman William McChesney Martin, Jr.,
to pay $2 for every dollar that they owe Reserve System, Mr. Martin and his of the Federal Reserve Board, in a private
and the taxpayers on the Federal debt crowd will really wreck the country next talk before the conference, said he had been
would have to do likewise. time. requested by Secretary of the Treasury
It would be like a farmer borrowing Humphrey to speak on behalf of the admin money from his local bank to raise wheat I am inserting herewith a statement istration.
that was worth $3 a bushel. After plantappearing in the Wall Street Journal of
NO FREE MARKET
ing his crop, cultivating it, and harvestyesterday, concerning the Staler Hotel
In my remarks on Wednesday, I also ing it on the basis of $3 wheat and paymeeting, sponsored by the Board of Gov- made reference to the fact that there is
made reference to the fact that there is ing prices on that basis for his labor, ernors of the Federal Reserve banks and no free market for the United States machinery, and other expenses, he disthe administration in power.
Government in the sale of huge amounts covers when he harvests the wheat, he
can only get $1.50 a bushel. The farmer Mr. PRIEST in two instances and to event of the death, incapacity, or separation
from office of a disbursing officer of the mil-
BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTION
PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT
Mr. LECOMPTE, from the Committee
that committee did on this day present
to the President, for his approval, bills
Mr. COLE of New York in connection and à joint resolution of the House of
the following titles:
disappearance of Major Hallahan during H. R. 4484. An act to amend section 365 of
the act entitled "An act to establish a code
of laws for the District of Columbia,” ap-
Mr. GWINN in two instances and to
proved March 3, 1901, as amended, to in-
crease the maximum sum allowable by the
court out of assets of a decedent's estate for
H. R. 5227. An act making appropriations
for the Department of Agriculture for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for
AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTION tary of the Interior to grant easements for
rights-of-way through, over, and under the
parkway land along the line of the Chesa-
rent resolution of the Senate of the fol exchange of lands with other Federal depart-
ments and agencies, and for other purposes;
H. J. Res. 253. Joint resolution to amend
the joint resolution on June 16, 1938, creating
S. 2417. An act to provide for the creation the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission.
Mr. HALLECK. Mr. Speaker, I move
that the House do now adjourn.
ly (at 6 o'clock and 19 minutes p. m.)
He predicted that interest generally would dering the thanks of Congress to Gen. Peyton journed until Monday, July 27, 1953, at
12 o'clock noon.
871. Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, a
letter from the Assistant Secretary of
truly enrolled bills and a joint resolu- cooperation of the United States with
foot-and-mouth disease for the month
of June 1953, pursuant to Public Law 8,
80th Congress, was taken from the
H. R. 4484. An act to amend section 365 of
Speaker's table and referred to the Com-
mittee on Agriculture.
crease the maximum sum allowable by the
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB-
LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
H. R. 5227. An act making appropriations
Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of
committees were delivered to the Clerk
for printing and reference to the proper
H. R. 5804. An act to authorize the Secre-
calendar, as follows:
Appropriations. House Joint Resolution 305.
peake and Ohio Canal, and to authorize an ations for the Department of Agriculture for
exchange of lands with other Federal depart the fiscal year 1954, and for other purposes;
ments and agencies, and for other pur without amendment (Rept. No. 922). Re-
ferred to the Committee of the Whole House
on the State of the Union.
H. R. 4319. A bill to authorize tax refunds
on cigarettes lost in the floods of 1951; with-
out amendment (Rept. No. 932). Referred to
the Committee of the Whole House on the
State of the Union.
S. 2078. An act to provide for the orderly Mr. MILLER of Nebraska: Committee on
transaction of the public business in the Interior and Insular Affairs. H. R. 4551. A
bill to amend the Reclamation Project Act of mittee of the Whole House on the State of public-assistance programs; to the Com-
mittee on Ways and Means.
By Mr. DURHAM:
celebration of the 200th anniversary of the the Judiciary.
By Mr. ENGLE:
certain Communist-controlled countries or
produced from raw materials originating in
VATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
By Mr. HOLTZMAN:
retirement age shall be 60 years; to the
Committee on Ways and Means.
Mr. JONAS of Illinois: Committee on the
H. R. 6509. A bill granting exemption from
Judiciary. H. R. 6504. A bill for the relief income tax in the case of retirement an-
of sundry claimants, and for other purposes; nuities and pensions; to the Committee on
without amendment (Rept. No. 921). Re Ways and Means.
ferred to the Committee of the Whole House. H. R. 6510. A bill to allow a parent, under
Mr. LANE: Committee on the Judiciary.
certain circumstances, to deduct for income-
tax purposes amounts paid for the care of
Morrison; without amendment (Rept. No. children while the parent is working, and
923). Referred to the Committee of the to allow an income-tax exemption for any
child who is supported by the taxpayer and
Mr. LANE: Committee on the Judiciary.. who is a member of his household; to the
S. 953. An act for the relief of Mary Thaila Committee on Ways and Means.
Womack Webb; without amendment (Rept. H. R. 6511. A bill to increase the personal
No. 924). Referred to the Committee of the
income-tax exemptions of a taxpayer (in-
cluding the exemption for a spouse, the
Mr. BURDICK: Committee on the Judi-
exemption for a dependent, and the addi-
ciary. H. R. 2022. A bill for the relief of tional exemption for old-age or blindness)
Don B. Whelan; with amendment (Rept. from $600 to $1,000; to the Committee on
No. 925). Referred to the Committee of the
Ways and Means.
By Mr. KING of California:
H. R. 6512. A bill to amend the Tariff Act
of 1930, so as to impose certain duties upon
the importation of tunafish, and for other
purposes; to the Committee on Ways and
Mr. JONAS of Illinois: Committee on the
By Mr. OAKMAN:
certain agencies of the Federal Government
(Rept. No. 927). Referred to the Committee of a complete disclosure of expenditures
of the Whole House.
and contributions made to influence Fed-
Mr. RODINO: Committee on the Judiciary. eral legislation; to the Committee on the
H. R. 3725. A bill for the relief of Curtis Judiciary.
By Mr. SMITH of Mississippi:
Referred to the Committee of the whole H. R. 6514. A bill for the relief of the town
of Lambert, Miss.; to the Committee on the
By Mr. ALLEN of California:
S. Aldridge; without amendment (Rept. No. H. R. 6515. A bill to establish a postal
rate-making procedure in the Post Office
Department; to the Committee on Post
Office and Civil Service.
By Mr. CRETELLA:
of Leon H. Callaway and others; without H. R. 6516. A bill to amend the Tariff
amendment (Rept. No. 930). Referred to Act of 1930 (U. S. C. 1946 ed., title 19, sec.
1001, schedule 3); to the Committee on Ways
By Mr. GUBSER:
H. R. 6517. A bill to amend section 402
reduce the amount of the deductions which
may be made on account of outside income
from the benefits payable with respect to
needy dependent children thereunder; to
the Committee on Ways and Means.
By Mr. LANTAFF:
H. R. 6518. A bill to authorize a prelim-
inary examination and survey of the Florida
Straits, for flood control and navigation
purposes; to the Committee on Public
By Mr. PATTEN:
H. R. 6519. A bill to authorize the Secre-
Under clause 4 of rule XXII, public tary of the Interior to convey certain land
other land in exchange therefor; to the
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs,
By Mr. BENNETT of Florida:
By Mr. SHORT:
the Army; to the Committee on Armed
ministrator of General Services to acquire Services.
title to real property and to provide for the Under clause 1 of rule XXII, petitions By Mr. MULTER:
construction of certain public buildings H. Con. Res. 171. Concurrent resolution
and papers were laid on the Clerk's desk thereon by executing purchase contracts; to favoring universal disarmament; to the and referred as follows:
extend the authority of the Postmaster GenCommittee on Foreign Affairs.
398. By the SPEAKER: Petition of New eral to lease quarters for post-office purposes; By Mr. HILLINGS: England Region of Hadassah, Boston, Mass.,
and for other purposes. H. Res. 351. Resolution designating one requesting the approval of the mutual secustaff member as administrative assistant; rity bill and to include economic and military to the Committee on House Administration. assistance to Israel and the Near East; to the ENROLLED BILL AND JOINT RESOCommittee on Foreign Affairs.
The message also announced that the PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
Speaker had affixed his signature to the
SENATE Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private
following enrolled bill and joint resolubills and resolutions were introduced
SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1953
tion, and they were signed by the Vice and severally referred as follows:
President: (Legislative day of Monday, July 6, 1953) By Mr. JONAS of Illinois:
H. R. 157. An act to provide that the tax H. R. 6504. A bill for the relief of sundry The Senate met at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on admissions shall not apply to moving picclaimants, and for other purposes; to the on the expiration of the recess.
ture admissions; and Committee on the Judiciary.
Rev. Ralph C. John, Ph. D., the Amer
H. J. Res. 228. Joint resolution to permit By Mr. AYRES:
the entry of 500 eligible orphans 'under 10 ican University, Washington, D. C., ofH. R. 6520. A bill for the relief of Paolino fered the following prayer:
years of age, adopted abroad or to be adopted Berchielli, wife Heda and daughter Alba; to
in the United States by United States citithe Committee on the Judiciary.
Eternal God, our Heavenly Father,
zens serving abroad in the United States
Armed Forces or employed abroad by the H. R. 6521. A bill for the relief of Giovanni whose presence a thousand years are as a
United States Government.
tions, bend Thy presence to minister to
EXECUTIVE MESSAGE REFERRED Abdel Kareem; to the Committee on the
Our hearts this day are saddened by Judiciary. the passing of one who has merited Thine
As in executive session, H. R. 6523. A bill for the relief of Emile N. own commendation: "Well done, thou
The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Ghantous; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
good and faithful servant; thou hast Senate a message from the President of been faithful over a few things; I will
the United States submitting the nomiH. R. 6524. A bill for the relief of Kaiser J.
nation of Edwin R. Price, of Kentucky, to Rashid; to the Committee on the Judiciary. make thee ruler over many. Enter thou By Mr. BERRY: into the joy of thy Lord.”
be a member of the Federal Coal Mine
We thank H. R. 6525. A bill authorizing the issuance Thee for the depth of his integrity, for Safety Board of Review, vice Joseph G. of a patent in fee to Ruth Long Crow Running the diligence of his service, and for the
Solari; referred to the Committee on Horse; to the Committee on Interior and
warmth of his presence in his relation- Labor and Public Welfare. Insular Affairs.
ships with Thy people and with Thee. By Mr. CLARDY:
Our faith is that he has passed from our H. R. 6526. A bill conferring jurisdiction
CALL OF THE ROLL side and sight to Thy mansions above, upon the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan to hear,
to live forever in the light of Thy love Mr. KNOWLAND. I suggest the abdetermine, and render judgment upon cer and in the company of all the saints sence of a quorum. tain claims of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Parrish; who now from their labors rest. Make The VICE PRESIDENT. The Secreto the Committee on the Judiciary.
the benediction of Thy spirit to rest upon tary will call the roll. By Mr. HRUSKA:
him, and upon us, that the incidents of The Chief Clerk called the roll, and H. R. 6527. A bill for the relief of Enriqueta time may be seen in the ranges of eter the following Senators answered to their Maria Magdalena Hasal; to the Committee on nity.
names: the Judiciary. Bless this Senate, and these Senators, Aiken
McCarthy By Mr. KING of California:
custodians of a sacred trust, as they ful Anderson Hendrickson McClellan H. R. 6528. A bill for the relief of Ramon fill the demands of public office and di
Hennings Millikin Fabie, Regina Policarpio Fabie, and Ramon
Monroney vine obligation. This we ask in Jesus' Fabie, Jr.; to the Committee on the Judi
Butler, Nebr. Humphrey Neely
Robertson By Mr. LESINSKI: unanimous consent, the reading of the Cooper
Johnson, Colo. Russell
Johnson, Tex. Saltonstall Kant Nagaich; to the Committee on the
Kefauver Schoeppel Judiciary. July 24, 1953, was dispensed with.
Kennedy Smathers Douglas
Kerr By Mr. NEAL:
Smith, Maine Duff
Knowland Smith, N. J. H. R. 6531, A bill for the relief of Pauline MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Sparkman H. Corbett; to the Committee on the Judi.
A message in writing from the Presi
Symington By Mr. RABAUT: dent of the United States submitting a Fulbright Long
Goldwater Mansfield Young
Griswold McCarran the Committee on the Judiciary.
Mr. SALTONSTALL. I announce that By Mr. TOLLEFSON:
MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE
the Senator from Maryland [Mr. BEALL), H. R. 6533. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Marion Margaret Leigh; to the Committee on the
the, Senator from Ohio [Mr. BRICKER),
A message from the House of RepreJudiciary.
sentatives, by Mr. Bartlett, one of its the Senator from Maryland [Mr. BUTBy Mr. HOSMER (by request):
clerks, announced that the House had LER), the Senator from Indiana [Mr. H. J. Res. 306. Joint resolution to release passed the following bills, in which it CAPEHART], the Senator from Iowa [Mr. and quitclaim to Olin S. Proctor certain sub requested the concurrence of the Senate: HICKENLOOPER), the Senator from Pennmerged lands within the Continental Shelf H. R. 356. An act to amend the Railroad
sylvania [Mr. MARTIN], the Senator from and beyond the 3-mile boundary line, Long Retirement Act of 1937, as amended; and
Ohio [Mr. TAFT], and the Senator from Beach, Calif.; to the Committee on the Judi H. R. 6342. An act to amend the Public
Delaware (Mr. WILLIAMS) are necesciary.
Buildings Act of 1949 to authorize the Ad sarily absent.