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tion just adopted by the House, House gress will vote itself another raise in Thompson, Tex. Whitten Resolution 478.

salary?
Toll
Wright
Mr. FLYNT. Mr. Speaker, I object.

Mr. UDALL. No. The way the genSo the resolution was agreed to.

The SPEAKER. Objection is heard. tleman phrases the question, I cannot The Clerk announced the following

answer him in the affirmative. The bill pairs:

contains a provision which would proOn this vote:

vide automatic machinery by which conADJUSTING RATES OF BASIC COM

gressional, judicial, and Federal execuMr. Multer for, with Mr. Talcott against. PENSATION OF CERTAIN OF

tive salaries would be adjusted. Under Mr. Pirnie for, with Mr. Martin of Ala

FICERS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE bama against.

the bill, as now written, the first adjust

FEDERAL Mr. Keogh for, with Mr. Adair against.

GOVERNMENT AND ment would occur at the beginning of the Mr. Martin of Massachusetts for, with Mr. ESTABLISHING FEDERAL SALARY next Congress, 1967. Harvey of Indiana against.

REVIEW COMMISSION

Mr. SMITH of Virginia. The gentleMr. Kirwan for, with Mr. Ashbrook against.

Mr. UDALL. Mr. Speaker, pursuant

man has answered my question and I Mr. Celler for, with Mr. Hébert against.

thank him. Mrs. Bolton for, with Mr. Bray against. to the provisions of clause 23, rule XI,

Mr. UDALL. Mr. Speaker, I now yield Mr. Daddario for, with Mr. Derwinski by direction of the Committee on against. Post Office and Civil Service, I call up

the ranking minority member of the

committee, the gentleman from PennMr. Steed for, with Mr. Smith of California the resolution (H. Res. 536) providing against. for consideration of H.R. 10281, which sylvania [Mr. CORBETT), 10 minutes.

Mr. CORBETT. Mr. Speaker, I yield Until further notice: has been pending before the Committee

myself 1 minute to answer the gentleon Rules for more than 21 calendar days Mr. Fallon with Mr. McCloy.

man from Virginia. Mr. Moss with Mr. Harvey of Michigan. without being reported by the said com

In the committee, I believe it is pretty Mr. Sisk with Mr. Griffin. mittee.

definitely agreed that we shall support Mr. Helstoski with Mrs. May.

The SPEAKER The Clerk will re-
.

an amendment which would exclude Mr. Roosevelt with Mr. Lindsay. port the resolution.

Members of Congress, the Cabinet, the Mr. Aspinall with Mr. Baring.

The Clerk read as follows: Mr. Andrews of Alabama with Mr. Cam

judiciary, and high executive employees

H. RES. 536 eron.

who would otherwise be subject to the Mr. Casey with Mr. Holland.

Resolved, That upon the adoption of this raises, effective prior to enactments that Mrs. Kelly with Mr. Kornegay. resolution it shall be in order to move that

occur prior to January 1, 1967. So the Mr. Kluczynski with Mr. Ryan. the House resolve itself into the Committee

gentleman's objectives will be taken care Mr. Conyers with Mr. Culver. of the Whole House on the State of the

of. Mr. Landrum with Mrs. Griffiths.

Union for the consideration of the bill (H.R. Mr. Mills with Mr. Gallagher. 10281) to adjust the rates of basic compen

I yield 1 minute to the gentleman Mr. Toll with Mr. Whitten. sation of certain officers and employees in

from Alabama (Mr. BUCHANAN], who has Mr. Wright with Mr. Johnson of Oklahoma.

the Federal Government, to establish the distinguished himself by his concentraMr. Thompson of Texas with Mr. Farnsley.

Federal Salary Review Commission, and for tion on our problem. Mr. Rivers of South Carolina with Mr.

other purposes. After general debate, which Mr. BUCHANAN. Mr. Speaker, I

shall be confined to the bill, and shall conWeltner.

merely wish to state that, with the exceptinue not to exceed four hours, to be equally Mr. Young with Mr. Bonner.

tion of the congressional pay raise feadivided and controlled by the chairman and Mr. Hardy with Mr. Thomas. ranking minority member of the Committee

ture, about which we had an honest difMr. TALCOTT. Mr. Speaker, I have on Post Office and Civil Service, the bill on Post Office and Civil Service, the bill ference, and which we hope will be re

solved in an amendment, the bill did have a live pair with the gentleman from New shall be read for amendment under the five

strong bipartisan support. I concur in York [Mr. MULTER). If he were here, he minute rule. At the conclusion of the con

sideration of the bill for amendment, the would vote "yea.” I voted “no.” There- Committee shall rise and report the bill to

the judgment of the distinguished sub

committee chairman. With the excepfore, I withdraw my vote of “no” and the House with such amendments as may vote“present."

tion of the congressional pay raise feahave been adopted, and the previous ques

tion shall be considered as ordered on the The result of the vote was announced

ture, it is a good bill. bill and amendments thereto to final pas

Mr. CORBETT. Mr. Speaker, I yield as above recorded.

to the gentleman from North Carolina A motion to reconsider was laid on sage without intervening motion except one motion to recommit.

[Mr. BROYHILL) for 3 minutes. the table.

Mr. BROYHILL of North Carolina. Mr. UDALL. Mr. Speaker, the resolution now pending before the House would

Mr. Speaker, it has been a long night. REQUEST FOR GENERAL LEAVE TO make in order the consideration of the

make in order the consideration of the It is not my purpose to prolong the disbill, H.R. 10281, the Federal salary ad

cussion. It is usual when these resoluEXTEND REMARKS justment act of 1965. This bill was re

tions are being considered that some Mr. POWELL. Mr. Speaker, I ask ported from our committee on August explanation of the bill be made. To

night we do not have the time. It is late. unanimous consent that all Members 16 by a vote of 20 to 3. It represents a may have 5 legislative days in which to full month of hearings and most careful

As the gentleman from Arizona has well extend their remarks on the two consideration by our committee of this stated, the bill does include a pay raise resolutions, House Resolution 506 and very comprehensive subject.

for all Federal workers. The first stage

in the bill as written provides a 412 perHouse Resolution 478, which have been Mr. Speaker, this is a good bill and passed and to include pertinent and the pending resolution would provide for

cent increase. A second stage increase

is written in the bill, which is known extraneous material. 4 hours of general debate to be equally

as the automatic increase for next year. The SPEAKER. Is there objection to divided and the rule is an open rule.

Actually, I believe no one really knows the request of the gentleman from New At this late hour I shall not go into

exactly how much that increase would York?

the details of this very comprehensive amount to. Estimates only, are availMr. CURTIS. Mr. Speaker, reserving legislation, but I urge Members of the

able. the right to object, I would observe that House to support the resolution and to

The fact is, too, that no further coninasmuch as there was not any debate, it adopt it this afternoon.

sideration would be in order by this would not be fitting to have the RECORD Mr. SMITH of Virginia. Mr. Speaker, Congress for that second stage increase. indicate that there was, and for that will the gentleman yield for a question

It is also a well-known fact that there reason I object. on the bill itself?

is opposition to this piece of legislation The SPEAKER. Objection is heard. Mr. UDALL. I yield to the gentleman by the administration. The views of the Mr. POWELL. Mr. Speaker, I ask Mr. Speaker, I ask from Virginia.

administration on this bill are well unanimous consent that all Members Mr. SMITH of Virginia. I would like known. may have 5 legislative days in which to inquire whether this is the bill that In view of the inflationary spiral that to extend their remarks on the resolu- contained a provision by which the Con- is taking place in this country, the opposition by the administration should not I should like to say to the gentleman The SPEAKER. No. The vote is on be taken lightly.

from Arizona [Mr. UDALL] that the the adoption of the resolution. As the gentleman from Virginia (Mr. rule provides for 4 hours of general de- Mr. HALL. The gentleman moved the SMITH) has brought out, it should be bate, and the bill will be open for amend- previous question and the yeas and nays recognized by all Members that there ment under the 5-minute rule. This will were asked on that motion. would be an increase in the bill for Mem- give us ample time to consider all of the

The SPEAKER. The Chair will state bers of the Congress. There, again, the administration objections to the bill. It that the previous question was ordered amount of the increase is not itemized. will give us every opportunity to amend by unanimous consent. Then came the

It is also very apparent from the con- the bill in accordance with the wishes question on the adoption of the resoluversations that I have had with a num- of the House.

tion, and on that the gentleman from ber of Members and a number of pieces Therefore, I feel there is no reason in Michigan (Mr. GERALD R. FORD] asked of mail that I have had come across my the world why this rule should not be for the yeas and nays. Is the Chair's desk that there will be numerous adopted.

statement correct? amendments offered to the bill when it In view of the administration's ex- Mr. GERALD R. FORD. Mr. Speaker, is considered in the Committee of the pressed position that along with the bill

as I best recollect it, I believe that the Whole. I only wish that we had had this year there will be salary adjustments Chair put the motion on the previous the time available in our discussion on next year, we would all be well advised question. this resolution to discuss, comment, and to adopt a bill this year and amend it as The SPEAKER. By unanimous condebate some of the amendments which we see fit, and then make such adjust- sent. might be offered. ments next year as conditions warrant.

Mr. GERALD R. FORD. That is cor

. It is not my purpose tonight to oppose

Is that the understanding of the gen

rect. this rule just for opposition's sake. I tleman from Arizona ? I

The SPEAKER. Then the gentleman would hope that all Members will make

Mr. UDALL. I did not fully under

from Michigan demanded the yeas and it a point to study the details of the bill, stand the inquiry of the gentleman. If

nays on the adoption of the resolution. read the committee report, together with

he will state it again I shall be happy Mr. GERALD R. FORD. That is corthe minority and additional views. This to comment.

rect. legislation should be considered when

The bill as written has the October 1,

The SPEAKER. That is the matter it is brought before the House, with 1965, salary adjustment for all Federal

before the House now. careful deliberation. Changes that that employees; classified, postal, and others.

The question was taken; and there should be made should be accepted and It also has a formula raise effective Oc

were—yeas 289, nays 84, not voting 59, then the entire bill voted up or down on tober 1, 1966, a year from now. That is

as follows: it merits. in the bill. I support both of those pro

[Roll No. 293] Mr. CORBETT. Mr. Speaker, I yield visions in the bill.

YEAS—289 2 minutes to the gentleman from Vir

I understand that amendments will be

Adams

Corman Hansen, Iowa ginia [Mr. BROYHILL) a former member offered to knock out the 1966 raise. I Addabbo Craley

Hansen, Wash. believe there are many good arguments Albert

Cramer of our committee.

Harsha

Anderson, Ill. Cunningham Hathaway why those should not be stricken out. Mr. BROYHILL of Virginia. Mr.

Anderson, Curtin

Hawkins Speaker, I am mighty pleased to follow These are things we can debate, discuss, Tenn.

Dague

Hechler and resolve when the bill comes before Andrews, Daniels

Henderson the gentleman from North Carolina (Mr.

Glenn the House.

Dawson

Herlong BROYHILL), who happens to be my cousin.

Andrews, de la Garza Hicks
On a previous occasion I have said in a
Mr. CORBETT. The gentleman will N. Dak. Delaney

Holifield

Annunzio agree that 4 hours of general debate,

Dent

Horton joking way that I claim him as close kin

with

for
an adequate opportunity

Ashley
Denton

Hosmer folk when we agree on what is good Fed

Ayres
Diggs

Howard eral employee legislation. When we disamendment, will make it possible for the

Baldwin
Dingell

Hungate

Bandstra
House to work its will on these provi-

Donohue agree on that subject then we threaten

Huot

Barrett ,

Dow

Hutchinson to refer to each other as distant relatives. sions, and therefore we should adopt this

Bates
Dulski

Ichord
Mr. Speaker, earlier this evenin the
rule and proceed to see what the House

Battln

Duncan, Oreg. Irwin desires to do as regards the features of Beckworth Dwyer gentleman from Arizona (Mr. UDALL)

Jacobs
the bill.

Bell
Dyal

Jarman who happens to be a good friend of the

Berry

Edmondson Jennings Federal employee and has been such a

Mr. UDALL. I fully agree with the

Betts

Edwards, Calif. Joelson gentleman's statement.

Bingham Ellsworth Johnson, Calif. great leader in the fight for good Federal

Blatnik
Mr. CORBETT. Very good.

Evans, Colo. employee legislation, took the floor to

Johnson, Pa. Boggs

Farbstein Jones, Ala. state that some of us on this side who

GENERAL LEAVE

Boland
Farnum

Karsten
Bolling

Fascell
Mr. UDALL. Mr. Speaker, I ask unan-
objected to the procedures of today-in

Karth
Bow

Feighan Kastenmeier words to this effect-were jeopardizing imous consent that all Members may Brademas Findley

Kee the possibility of considering a Federal have 5 legislative days in which to extend Brock

Fino

Keith
employees pay bill this year.
their remarks on the resolution now

Brooks
Flood

King, Calit.
Broomfield Fogarty

King, N.Y. I do not question the prerogatives of before the House.

Brown, Calif.
Foley

King, Utah the leadership in the way they want to The SPEAKER. Without objection, Broyhill, N.C. Ford,

Krebs

Broyhill, Va. William D. schedule legislation. I do not question it is so ordered.

Kunkel Buchanan Fraser

Leggett the motives of the gentleman from Ari- There was no objection.

Burke

Frelinghuysen Long, Md. zona (Mr. UDALL). But I do not believe it Mr. UDALL. Mr. Speaker, I move Burton, Calif. Friedel

Love is necessary for the gentleman from Vir- the previous question on the resolution.

Burton, Utah Fulton, Pa. McCarthy

The SPEAKER. ginia or anyone else on this side of the

Without objection,

Byrne, Pa. Fulton, Tenn. McDade
Cabell

Garmatz McDowell aisle to have to defend his position on the previous question is ordered.

Cahill
Giaimo

McFall or support of Federal employee legisla- There was no objection.

Callan
Gibbons

McGrath tion.

The SPEAKER. The question is on

Carter
Gilbert

McVicker

Cederberg Gilligan Macdonald Certainly my support of the bill for the resolution.

Chamberlain Gonzalez MacGregor which we are considering a rule now is Mr. GERALD R. FORD. Mr. Speaker, Clancy

Grabowski Machen on that I demand the yeas and nays.

Clark

Gray known. My position on parliamentary

Mackay Clausen,

Green, Pa. Mackie procedures earlier today has nothing to The yeas and nays were ordered.

Don H. Greigg

Madden do with my position on this legislation. I Mr. HALL. Mr. Speaker, a parliamen- Cleveland Grider

Mathias tary inquiry.

Clevenger Grover believe the gentleman knows that, and

Matsunaga
Cohelan
Gubser

Matthews the implication of the remarks made The SPEAKER. The gentleman will Collier

Hagen, Calif. Meeds
earlier today was in error.
state it.

Conable
Halpern

Michel
Conte

Hamilton
Mr. CORBETT. Mr. Speaker, I yield

Miller
Mr. HALL. Mr. Speaker, is the vote

Cooley
Hanley

Minish myself 3 minutes. on the previous question?

Corbett
Hanna

Mink

Moeller
Reid, N.Y. Stafford
Mr. Hébert with Mr. Pirnie.

For some time I have been concerned with Monagan Reifel

Staggers
Mr. Kirwan with Mrs. May.

the question of whether we were granting
Moore
Reinecke Stalbaum
Mrs. Kelly with Mrs. Bolton.

Federal charters to private organizations on Moorhead Resnick

Stephens
Mr. Celler with Mr. Adair.

a case-by-case basis without the benefit of Morgan Reuss

Stratton Morrison Rhodes, Ariz. Stubblefield

Mr. Toll with Mr. Harvey of Michigan. clearly established standards and criteria as Morse Rhodes, Pa. Sullivan

Mr. Culver with Mr. Martin of Alabama. to eligibility. Worthy civic, patriotic, and Morton Rivers, Alaska Sweeney Mr. Ryan with Mr. McClory.

philanthropic organizations can and do inMosher Roberts Taylor Mr. Kluczynski with Mr. Griffin.

corporate their activities under State law. Murphy, Ill. Robison Teague, Calif. Mr. Helstoski with Mr. Brady.

It seems obvious that Federal charters should Murphy, N.Y. Rodino

Tenzer

Mr. Fallon with Mr. Harvey of Indiana. be granted, if at all, only on a selective basis
Murray
Rogers, Colo. Thompson, N.J.

Mr. George W. Andrews with Mr. Ashbrook.
Natcher
Thomson, Wis.

and that they should meet some national Rogers, Fla. Nedzi

Todd

Mr. Daddario with Mr. Derwinski.
Ronan

interest standard.
Nix
Roncalio Trimble
Mr. Mills with Mr. Smith of Virginia.

Other questions indicate the desirability
O'Brien
Rooney, N.Y. Tunney
Mr. Multer with Mr. Gallagher.

of further study of this matter. For exO'Hara, Ill. Rooney, Pa. Tupper

Mrs. Griffiths with Mr. Thomas.

ample, does the granting of Federal charters O'Hara, Mich. Rosenthal Tuten

Mr. Landrum with Mr. Carey.

to a limited number of organizations disO'Konski Rostenkowski Udall

Mr. Casey with Mr. Baring.

criminate against similar and worthy orgaOlsen, Mont. Roudebush Ullman Olson, Minn.

Mr. Hays with Mr. Roosevelt.
Van Deerlin
Roush

nizations and possibly stifle their growth? O'Neill, Mass. Roybal

Vanik
Mr. Steed with Mr. Moss.

Should federally charted corporations be Ottinger Rumsfeld Vigorito

Mr. Weltner with Mr. McMillan.

more carefully supervised by an agency of Patman St Germain Vivian Mr. Cameron with Mr. Conyers.

the Federal Government? Does Federal Patten St. Onge Walker, N. Mex. Mr. Kornegay with Mr. Sisk.

rather than State chartering result in differPelly Saylor Watkins Mr. Aspinall with Mr. Holland.

ences in the legal or tax status of the corPepper Scheuer Whalley

Mr. Watts with Mrs. Green of Oregon. Perkins

poration, and are any differences appropriate Schisler White, Idaho

Mr. Wright with Mr. Farnsley.
Philbin
Schmidhauser White, Tex.

ones?
Pickle
Schneebell Widnall

Mr. Johnson of Oklahoma with Mr. Whit- I note that last year Congress enacted Pike Schweiker Willis ten.

Public Law 88–504, at the recommendation Pool Secrest Wilson,

Mr. Thompson of Texas with Mr. Bonner. of the General Accounting Office, to provide Powell Senner

Charles H. Price

common standards of auditing and reporting Shipley Wolff

Mr. HALEY and Mr. BURLESON for federally chartered corporations covered Pucinski Shriver

Wyatt

changed their votes from “yea” to “nay.” by title 36 of the United States Code. This Purcell Sickles

Wydler Quie

The result of the vote was announced reflected a concern similar to mine that
Slack

Yates
Race
Smith, Calif. Young
as above recorded.

proper standards and criteria be established Randall Smith, Iowa Zablocki

A motion to reconsider was laid on in this area.
Redlin
Smith, N.Y.
the table.

I hope that the Judiciary Committees will Reid, Ill. Springer

find it possible to make a comprehensive NAYS-84

study of the questions I have outlined above. Abbitt

I am asking the Department of Justice and Ford, Gerald R. Martin, Nebr. Abernethy Fountain Minshall

COMMUNICATION FROM THE the Bureau of the Budget to explore these Arends Fuqua Mize CLERK OF THE HOUSE

questions also and to make appropriate recAshmore Gathings Morris

ommendations to me.
Belcher
Gettys
Nelsen
The SPEAKER laid before the House

In the light of these concerns and withBennett Goodell

O'Neal, Ga. the following communication from the out reflection in any way on the worthy Burleson Gross

Passman Byrnes, Wis. Gurney

Poff

Clerk of the House of Representatives: purposes of the organization which would be Callaway Hagan, Ga. Quillen OFFICE OF THE CLERK, HOUSE OF

incorporated by this bill, I feel constrained to Chelf Haley Rivers, S.C. REPRESENTATIVES,

withhold my approval from H.R. 3329 at this Clawson, Del Hall Rogers, Tex.

time.

Washington, D.C., September 10, 1965.
Colmer
Halleck

Satterfield
Curtis

LYNDON B. JOHNSON.
Hansen, Idaho Scott
The Honorable the SPEAKER,

THE WHITE HOUSE, September 10, 1965.
Davis, Ga.
Hardy
Selden

House of Representatives. Davis, Wis. Harris

Sikes

SIR: I have the honor to transmit here-
Devine

The SPEAKER. The objections of the
Hull
Skubitz

with a sealed envelope addressed to the Dickinson Jonas

Stanton
Speaker of the House of Representatives

from President will be spread at large upon Dole Laird Talcott the President of the United States, received

the Journal.
Dorn
Langen

Teague, Tex.
Latta

Tuck
Dowdy

in the Clerk's Office at 4:15 p.m., September Without objection, the bill and mesDowning Lennon

Utt

10, 1965, and said to contain H.R. 3329, an sage will be referred to the Committee on Duncan, Tenn. Lipscomb Waggonner

act to incorporate the Youth Councils on the District of Columbia. Edwards, Ala. Long, La. Walker, Miss. Civic Affairs, and for other purposes, and Erlenborn McCulloch Watson

Mr. HALL. Mr. Speaker, I object. a veto message thereon. Everett McEwen Whitener Respectfully yours,

The SPEAKER. To what does the Evins, Tenn. Mahon Williams

gentleman object?

RALPH R. ROBERTS,
Fisher

Mailliard Wilson, Bob
Flynt
Marsh
Younger

Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives. Mr. HALL. I object to the reference
NOT VOTING-59

of the veto message to the committee. Adair

Green, Oreg. Martin, Ala.
Andrews, Griffin

Martin, Mass. INCORPORATE THE YOUTH COUN-
George W. Griffiths May
CILS ON CIVIC AFFAIRS-VETO

AMERICAN YOUTH
Ashbrook Harvey, Ind. Mills
Aspinall Harvey, Mich. Moss

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Mr. CALLAWAY. Mr. Speaker, I ask
Baring
Hays
Multer

OF THE UNITED STATES
Bolton
Hébert
Pirnie

unanimous consent to extend my remarks Bonner Helstoski Poage

The SPEAKER laid before the House at this point in the RECORD. Bray

Holland Roosevelt Cameron

The SPEAKER. Is there objection
Johnson, Okla. Ryan

the following veto message from the
Carey
Jones, Mo. Sisk
President of the United States:

to the request of the gentleman from
Casey
Kelly
Smith, Va.

Georgia?
Celler
Keogh
Steed
To the House of Representatives:

There was no objection.
Conyers Kirwan

Thomas

I return herewith, without my approval, Culver

Mr. CALLAWAY. Mr. Speaker, too Kluczynski Thompson, Tex. H.R. 3329, a bill to incorporate the Youth Daddario Kornegay Toll

Councils on Civic Affairs, and for other often these days when we think of the Derwinski Landrum Watts purposes.

term "American youth,” we associate it Fallon Lindsay Weltner

The committee reports indicate that this with the much publicized high school Farnsley McClory Whitten

organization had its origin in Jacksonville, dropouts, or unkempt beatniks marchGallagher McMillan Wright

Fla., in 1962, and that it was incorporated ing or sitting in protest of anything So the resolution was agreed to.

under Florida law in March 1963. Its gen- that will bring them attention. UnThe Clerk announced the following for the good of the community and to make fortunately, the picture adds up to one of pairs:

youth aware of their civic responsibilities. irresponsibility and bad judgment on the Mr. Keogh with Mr. Martin of Massa- Obviously, these worthwhile purposes are not part of our youth. Mr. Speaker, this is chusetts.

the basis of my concern with this bill. simply not the case, for although these elements do get the most publicity, there

ADJOURNMENT

for printing and reference to the proper is another and brighter side of the coin.

calendar, as follows:

Mr. ALBERT. Mr. Speaker, I move Throughout this country young men and that the House do now adjourn.

Mr. THOMPSON of New Jersey: Joint women of the highest character are con

Executive The motion was agreed to; accordingly Committee on Disposition of stantly performing jobs that contribute

(at 12 o'clock and 31 minutes a.m., Tues- Papers. Report pursuant to (63 Stat. 377) to the good of our Nation.

without amendment (Rept. No. 977). day, September 14, 1965), the House adI have had an unusual opportunity to journed until 12 o'clock noon.

Ordered to be printed.

Mr. MILLS: Committee of conference. see many of these young people in ac

H.R. 5768. A bill to extend for an additional tion in the military. As part of the

temporary period the existing suspension of Defense Department's orientation pro- EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS,

duties on certain classifications of yarn of gram for freshmen Congressmen, I have

ETC.

silk (Rept. No. 978). Ordered to be printed. had the good fortune to visit Fort Ben

Mr. MILLS: Committee of conference.

Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, execuning, Ga.; Fort Campbell, Ky.; the nu

H.R. 7969. A bill to correct certain errors in

the Tariff Schedules of the United States clear submarine Nathaniel Greene; the tive communications were taken from the aircraft carrier Wasp, and most recently Speaker's table and referred as follows:

(Rept. No. 979). Ordered to be printed. Offit Air Force Base, Headquarters of

Mr. RIVERS of Alaska: Committee on In

1569. A letter from the Administrator, Vetthe Strategic Air Command, the North erans’ Administration, transmitting a report terior and Insular Affairs. H.R. 8035. A bill

to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to American Air Defense Command, and of a violation consisting of an overobligation of the amount permitted by agency regula

accept a donation of property in the county the Air Force Academy. On these tours On these tours tions, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 665(i) (2); to

of Suffolk, State of New York, known as the I was particularly impressed to see the the Committee on Appropriations.

William Floyd Estate, for addition to the Fire type of jobs being performed by young 1570. A letter from the Assistant Secretary Island National Seashore, and for other purmen of 18 and 19. I saw them at the of the Interior, transmitting a report of tort poses; with amendment (Rept. No. 980). controls of the submarine, launching jets claims paid in the fiscal year 1964, pursuant Referred to the Committee of the whole off the carrier, manning the apparatus to 28 U.S.C. section 2673; to the Committee on House on the State of the Union. the Judiciary.

Mr. RIVERS of Alaska: Committee on Inthrough which SAC could be alerted, and in many other_ tremendously re- eral Services Administration, transmitting a

1571. A letter from the Administrator, Gen- terior and Insular Affairs. H.R. 9417. A

bill to revise the boundary of Jewel Cave sponsible positions. In each case, these report of tort claims during fiscal year 1965, National Monument in the State of South young men were doing excellent jobs. pursuant to title 28, section 2672, U.S.C.; to Dakota, and for other purposes; without America has always been proud of its the Committee on the Judiciary.

amendment (Rept. No. 981). Referred to youth. Yet at no time in our history 1572. A letter from the Acting Secretary, the Committee of the Whole House on the

State of the Union. could we be more proud than we are Smithsonian Institution, transmitting a re

Mr. RIVERS of Alaska: Committee on Intoday, for despite the bad publicity of a port on tort claims paid during the fiscal

terior and Insular Affairs. H.R. 6515. A bill few, the many continue to uphold the year 1965, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2673; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

to supplement the act of October 6, 1964, highest traditions of American citizen

1573. A letter from the Assistant Secretary establishing the Lewis and Clark Trail Comship.

of the Interior, transmitting a report of an mission, and for other purposes; with

application for a supplemental loan by the amendment (Rept. No. 982). Referred to CONFERENCE REPORT (H. (H. REPT.

the Committee of the Whole House on the Hooper Irrigation Co., of Hooper, Utah, pur

suant to section 4(c), 71 Stat. 48; to the Com- State of the Union.
NO. 978)
mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

Mr. SELDEN: Committee on Foreign Af1574. A letter from the Acting Secretary fairs. House Resolution 560. Resolution to Mr. MILLS submitted a conference re- Treasury Department, transmitting a report express the sense of the House of Representport and statement on the bill (H.R. of operations by Federal departments and atives declaring the policy of the United 5768), to extend for an additional tem- establishments in connection with the bond- States relative to the intervention of the porary period the existing suspension of ing of officers and employees, for the fiscal international communistic movement in the duties on certain classifications of yarn year ended June 30, 1965, pursuant to sec- Western Hemisphere; without amendment or silk.

tion 14(c) (6 U.S.C. 14); to the Committee (Rept. No. 983). Referred to the House on Post Office and Civil Service.

Calendar.

1575. A letter from the Administrator, NaCONFERENCE REPORT (H. REPT. tional Aeronautics and Space AdministraNO. 979) tion, transmitting a report on funds used to

PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS provide additional research laboratory space Mr. MILLS submitted a conference re- at the University of Denver, Denver, Colo., Under clause 4 of rule XXII, public port and statement on the bill (H.R. pursuant to 78 Stat. 310, 311; to the Com- bills and resolutions were introduced and 7969) to correct certain errors in the mittee on Science and Astronautics.

severally referred as follows: Tariff Schedules of the United States.

By Mr. BOGGS: REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB- H.R. 10998. A bill to continue for a temSENATE BILL AND CONCURRENT LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

porary period the existing suspension of

duty on heptanoic acid; to the Committee on RESOLUTIONS REFERRED Under clause 2 of rule XIII, pursuant Ways and Means.

By Mr. BYRNES of Wisconsin: A bill and concurrent resolutions of the to the order of the House of September

H.R. 10999. A bill to provide for appointSenate of the following titles were taken 9, 1965, the following bill was reported on September 10, 1965:

ment by the Postmaster General of postfrom the Speaker's table and, under the

masters at first-, second-, and third-class rule, referred as follows:

Mr. HARRIS: Committee on Interstate and post offices; to the Committee on Post Office

Foreign Commerce. H.R. 10874. A bill to and Civil Service. S. 1310. An act relating to the National amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937

By Mr. DULSKI: Museum of the Smithsonian Institution; to eliminate the provisions which reduce H.R. 11000. A bill to provide for the estab

S. Con. Res. 46. A concurrent resolution to spouses’ annuities by the amount of certain lishment of the Hudson Highlands National authorize placing temporarily in the rotunda monthly benefits, to increase the base on Scenic Riverway in the State of New York, of the Capitol the statue of the late Senator which railroad retirement benefits and taxes and for other purposes; to the Committee on Dennis Chavez;

are computed, and to change the rates of tax Interior and Insular Affairs. S. Con. Res. 47. A concurrent resolution to under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act;

By Mr. ERLENBORN:

H.R. 11001. A bill to establish the national authorize the acceptance by Congress of the with amendment (Rept. No. 976). Referred

to the Committee of the Whole House on water resources trust fund; to the Committee statue of the late Senator Dennis Chavez; the State of the Union.

on Banking and Currency. and

By Mr. FINO: S. Con. Res. 48. A concurrent resolution to

H.R. 11002. A bill to authorize the Secreprint as a Senate document the proceedings REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB- tary of Agriculture to regulate the transof the presentation, dedication, and

LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

portation, sale, and handling of dogs and cats ceptance by Congress of the statue of the late

intended to be used for purposes of research Senator Dennis Chavez. To the Commit- Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of or experimentation, and for other purposes; tee on House Administration,

committees were delivered to the Clerk to the Committee on Agriculture.

By Mr. HARRIS:

vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating table fibers (except cotton); to the CommitH.R. 11003. A bill to amend the Communi- the propriety of bank mergers, and for other tee on Ways and Means. cations Act of 1934, as amended, with respect purposes; to the Committee on Banking and By Mr. KING of New York: to painting, illumination, and dismantle- Currency.

H.R. 11030. A bill to amend the Internal ment of radio towers; to the Committee on

By Mr. OTTINGER:

Revenue Code of 1954 to allow a credit Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

H.R. 11017. A bill to amend section 18(c) against income tax to individuals for cerBy Mr. PATMAN:

of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- tain expenses incurred in providing higher H.R. 11004. A bill to create a Small Busi- vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating education; to the Committee on Ways and ness Capital Bank; to the Committee on the propriety of bank mergers, and for other Banking and Currency. purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. MORRISON:
By Mr. SIKES:
Currency.

H.R. 11031. A bill to amend the Internal H.R. 11005. A bill to amend the Hatch Act

By Mr. STEPHENS:

Revenue Code of 1954 to treat sintering to permit all officers and employees of the H.R. 11018. A bill to amend section 18(c)

or burning as a mining process in the case Government to exercise the full responsi- of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- of shale, clay, and slate used or sold for use, bility of citizenship and to take an active

vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating as lightweight concrete aggregates; to the part in the political life of the United States; the propriety of bank mergers, and for other committee on Ways and Means. to the Committee on House Administration. purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. ROONEY of New York: By Mr. TEAGUE of Texas (by re- Currency.

H.R. 11032. A bill to provide for the es

tablishment of the Hudson Highlands Naquest):

By Mr. BROCK:
H.R. 11006. A bill to extend the statutory H.R. 11019. A bill to amend section 18(c)

tional Scenic Riverway in the State of New burial allowance to certain veterans whose of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- mittee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

York, and for other purposes; to the Comdeaths occur as a result of a service-con- vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating

By Mr. TODD: nected disability; to the Committee on the propriety of bank mergers, and for other Veterans Affairs. purposes; to the Committee on Banking and of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act; to the

H.R. 11033. A bill to amend section 18(c) H.R. 11007. A bill to provide statutory Currency.

Committee on Banking and Currency. authority for the Deputy Administrator of

By Mr. TALCOTT: Veterans Affairs to assume the duties of

By Mr. ROSENTHAL: H.R. 11020. A bill to amend section 18(c) Administrator during the absence or dis- of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- establish a Joint Committee on Central In

H. Con. Res. 506. Concurrent resolution to ability of the Administrator, or during a vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating telligence; to the Committee on Rules. vacancy in that office, and for other purposes; the propriety of bank mergers, and for other to the Committee on Veterans Affairs. purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. DOW:

H. Con. Res. 507. Concurrent resolution to By Mrs. DWYER:

Currency. H.R. 11008. A bill to amend the Internal

By Mr. JOHNSON of Pennsylvania:

recognize the World Law Day; to the ComRevenue Code of 1954 to allow a credit against

mittee on Foreign Affairs.

H.R. 11021. A bill to amend section 18(c) income tax to employers for the expenses of

By Mr. BATES: of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro

H. Con. Res. 508. Concurrent resolution auproviding training programs for employees vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating thorizing the President to designate the 8and prospective employees; to the Com- the propriety of bank mergers, and for other day period beginning October 10, 1965, as mittee on Ways and Means.

purposes; to the Committee on Banking and Canberra Week; to the Committee on the By Mr. PEPPER: Currency.

Judiciary. H.R. 11009. A bill to authorize a study of

By Mr. STANTON:

By Mr. MOELLER: methods of helping to provide financial H.R. 11022. A bill to amend section 18(c)

H. Res. 577. Resolution relative to the Inassistance to victims of future natural of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- terstate and Foreign Commerce Committee disasters; to the Committee on Banking and vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating making an investigation and study of cerCurrency.

the propriety of bank mergers, and for other tain policies of the Federal Communications By Mr. TEAGUE of Texas:

purposes; to the Committee on Banking and Commission; to the Committee on Rules. H.R. 11010. A bill to transfer control of Currency. Pershing Hall to the Secretary of State; to

By Mr. MIZE: the Committee on Veterans Affairs.

H.R. 11023. A bill to amend section 18(c) By Mr. ASHLEY:

of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS H.R. 11011. A bill to amend section 18 (C) vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to prothe propriety of bank mergers, and for other

Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private

bills and resolutions were introduced and vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating purposes; to the Committee on Banking and the propriety of bank mergers, and for other Currency.

severally referred as follows: purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. DEL CLAWSON:

By Mr. BELL: Currency.

H.R. 11024. A bill to amend section 18(c) H.R. 11034. A bill for the relief of Clyde By Mr. WIDNALL:

of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- Bruce Aitchison, Jr.; to the Committee on H.R. 11012. A bill to amend section 18(c) vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating the Judiciary. of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- the propriety of bank mergers, and for other By Mr. BROYHILL of Virginia (by vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

request): the propriety of bank mergers, and for other Currency.

H.R. 11035. A bill for the relief of Eleanore purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. HALPERN:

W. Ward; to the Committee on the Judiciary. Currency.

H.R. 11025. A bill to amend section 18(c) H.R. 11036. A bill for the relief of Dr. By Mr. FINO:

of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- Milagros Grageda Thompson; to the ComH.R. 11013. A bill to amend section 18(c) vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating mittee on the Judiciary. of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- the propriety of bank mergers, and for other H.R. 11037. A bill for the relief of Adelia vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating purposes; to the Committee on Banking and Augusta Fernandes; to the Committee on the propriety of bank mergers, and for other currency.

the Judiciary. purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. HARVEY of Michigan:

H.R. 11038. A bill for the relief of Mrs. Currency.

H.R. 11026. A bill to amend section 18(c) Edna A. Bettendorf; to the Committee on By Mr. GRABOWSKI: of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro

the Judiciary. H.R. 11014. À bill to amend section 18(c) vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating

By Mr. BUCHANAN: of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to prothe propriety of bank mergers, and for other

H.R. 11039. A bill for the relief of Nimet vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

Allah Odeh Elias Mashni; to the Committee the propriety of bank mergers, and for other currency.

on the Judiciary. purposes; to the Committee on Banking and

By Mr. BOGGS:

By Mr. CHAMBERLAIN: Currency.

H.R. 11027. A bill to provide additional

H.R. 11040. A bill for the relief of Michelle By Mr. HANSEN of Iowa:

Marie Kendall; to the Committee on the assistance for areas suffering a major disH.R. 11015. A bill to amend section 18(c)

Judiciary. of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to proaster; to the Committee on Public Works.

By Mr. HALPERN:

By Mr. KEOGH: vide an orderly procedure for adjudicating

H.R. 11041. A bill for the relief of Mr. and the propriety of bank mergers, and for other

H.R. 11028. A bill to amend the Tariff

Mrs. Imre Emil Bella, and Gustavo Bella; to purposes; to the Committee on Banking and Schedules of the United States with respect the Committee on the Judiciary. Currency. to the tariff treatment of certain waterproof

By Mr. MATHIAS: By Mr. MOORHEAD:

cloth; to the Committee on Ways and Means. H.R. 11042. A bill for the relief of PanaH.R. 11016. A bill to amend section 18(c) H.R. 11029. A bill relating to the tariff giota and Konstantinos Karras; to the Comof the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to pro- treatment of certain woven fabrics of vege- mittee on the Judiciary.

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