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shoe last roughing or for shoe last finishing, and to extend the suspension of duty on imports of casein.”

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives in the amendments.

THE JOURNAL On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous consent,

The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Thursday, May 5, 1960, was dispensed with.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Maurer, one of its clerks:

Mr. President: The Speaker of the House of Representatives has signed the following enrolled bills, viz, H.R. 7947, H.R. 8684, H.R. 9660, and H.R. 10234, I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

DEPRESSED AREAS The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Hart in the chair) laid before the Senate the amendment yesterday received from the House of Representatives for concurrence to the bill (S. 722) to establish an effective program to alleviate conditions of substantial and persistent unemployment and underemployment in certain economically depressed areas.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said amendment.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas that the Senate agree to the amendment of the House to the said bill.

the date of enactment of this Act such Act is further amended by inserting before the period at the end thereof a semicolon and the following: except that such suspension of duty shall not apply with respect to casein imported for use for human food or for conversion to such use, subject to such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That debate upon the amendment proposed by Mr. HARTKE be limited to 20 minutes for the proponents and 20 minutes for the opponents.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas,

The yeas and nays, being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present, were ordered on the question of agreeing to the amendment. Pending debate,

On motion by Mr. JAVITS, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the time for debate be extended for 10 minutes on each side.

After debate,

The question being taken on agreeing to the amendment proposed by Mr. HARTKE to the committee amendment,

It was determined in / Yeas.---- 31 the affirmative.--

Nays.- 23 The yeas and nays having been heretofore ordered.

Senators who voted in the affirmative
are
Aiken
Hart

Martin
Bartlett
Hartke

Monroney
Cannon

Hickenlooper Moss
Carroll
Holland

Muskie
Case, S. Dak. Jackson

Pastore
Church
Javits

Prouty
Clark

Johnston, S.C. Scott
Dodd
Lausche

Williams, Del. Dworshak Long. Hawaii Young. Ohio Engle

Lusk Gruening McCarthy

Senators who voted in the negative
are
Allott
Ellender

McClellan
Beall
Ervin

Morton
Pennett
Frear

Smith
Bible
Gore

Stennis
Byrd, W. Va. Green

Thurmond Case, N.J. Johnson, Tex. Williams. N.J. Cotton Kuchel

Yarborough
Douglas

Long, La.
So the amendment was agreed to.

On motion by Mr. AIKEN to reconsider the vote agreeing to the amendment,

On motion by Mr. HARTKE, The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

The reported amendment, as amended, was agreed to.

Ordered, That the amendment be engrossed and the bill read a third time.

The said bill, as amended, was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas to reconsider the vote on the passage of the bill,

On motion by Mr. KUCHEL, The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

The title was amended, as reported by the committee, to read: “An Act to continue for two years the existing suspension of duties on certain lathes used for

ENROLLED BILLS PRESENTED The Secretary reported that he presented to the President of the United States the following enrolled bills:

$. 1328. An act for the relief of Parker E. Dragoo;

S. 1408. An act for the relief of Ronald R. Dagon and Richard J. Hensel;

S. 1410. An act for the relief of Jay R. Mellville and Peter E. K. Shepherd;

S. 1466. An act for the relief of Sofia N. Sarris;

S. 2173. An act for the relief of Mrs. John Slingsby, Lena Slingsby, Alice V. Slingsby, and Harry Slingsby;

S. 2234. An act for the relief of the estate of Hilma Claxton;

S. 2309. An act for the relief of Gim Bong Wong;

S. 2333. An act for the relief of the heirs of Caroline Henkel, William Henkel (now deceased), and George Henkel (presently residing at Babb, Mont.), and for other purposes;

S. 2430. An act for the relief of certain employees of the General Services Administration; and

S. 2507. An act to relieve Joe Keller and H. E. Piper from 1958 wheat marketing penalties and loss of soil bank benefits.

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, at 7 o'clock and 23 minutes p.m.,

The Senate, under its order of today, adjourned until 9:30 o'clock a.m. tomorrow.

AREA REDEVELOPMENT Under the order of yesterday, the President pro tempore laid before the Senate the amendment of the House of Representatives to the bill (S. 722) to establish an effective program to alleviate conditions of substantial and persistent unemployment and underemployment in certain economically depressed areas.

The question being on agreeing to the motion of Mr. JOHNSON of Texas to agree to the amendment of the House,

After debate,

The question being taken on agreeing to the House amendment,

It was determined in (Yeas--- 45 the affirmative.

Nays.---- 32 On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas,

The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present.

Senators who voted in the affirmative areBible Hartke

Morse
Byrd, W. Va. Hayden

Moss
Cannon
Hill

Murray
Carroll

Humphrey Muskie
Case, N.J. Jackson

O'Mahoney
Church
Javits

Pastore
Clark

Johnson, Tex. Proxmire Cooper

Kennedy Randolph
Dodd

Long, Hawaii Scott
Douglas
Lusk

Smith
Engie

McCarthy Sparkman Gore

McNamara Symington Green

Magnuson Williams, NJ. Gruening Mansfield Yarborough Hart

Monroney Young, Ohio
Senators who voted in the negative
are-
Aiken

Dworshak Martin
Allott
Ellender

Morton
Bennett
Ervin

Prouty
Bridges
Frear

Saltonstall
Brunsdale Fulbright Smathers
Bush

Hickenlooper Stennis
Butler
Holland

Talmadge
Case, S. Dak. Kuchel

Wiley
Cotton
Lausche

Williams, Del. Curtis

Long, La. Young, N. Dak. Dirksen

McClellan
So the amendment was agreed to.

On motion by Mr. DOUGLAS to reconsider the vote agreeing to the House amendment,

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas,

The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED The Secretary reported that he had examined and found truly enrolled the following bills:

H.R. 7947. An act relating to the income tax treatment of nonrefundable capital contributions to Federal National Mortgage Association;

H.R. 8684. An act to provide transitional provisions for the income tax treatment of dealer reserve income;

H.R. 9660. An act to amend section 6659(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to the procedure for assessing certain additions to tax, and for other purposes; and

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1960 The PRESIDENT pro tempore called the Senate to order at 9:30 o'clock a.m. and the Chaplain offered prayer.

H.R. 10234. An act making appropriations for the Department of Commerce and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1961, and for other purposes.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Bartlett, one of its clerks:

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has passed the bill (H.R. 11998) making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1961, and for other purposes, in which requests the concurrence of the Senate.

and to provide for a continuing study of the health needs of such individuals; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. BUSH (for himself and

Mr. CAPEHART) (by request) : S. 3504. A bill to amend the National Housing Act to remove certain limitations on the aggregate amount of outstanding mortgage insurance; to the Committee on Banking and Currency. REMOVAL OF INJUNCTION OF SECRECY

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, Ordered, as in executive session, That the injunction of secrecy be removed from the agreement between the United States and India for the avoidance of double taxation with respect to rates on income, signed at Washington on November 10, 1959.

HOUSE BILL REFERRED The bill H.R. 11998, this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence, was read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Ordered, That the amendments be engrossed and the bill read a third time.

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass and that the title thereof be amended, as reported by the committee, to read: “A bill to provide for certain pilotage requirements in the navigation of U S. waters of the Great Lakes, and for other purposes.”

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein.

PRESIDENTIAL APPROVAL A message from the President of the United States by Mr. Miller, his secretary:

Mr. President: The President of the United States on May 5, 1960, approved and signed the joint resolution (S.J. Res. 150) permitting the Secretary of the Interior to continue to deliver water to lands in the third division, Riverton Federal reclamation project, Wyoming.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

PETITION AND MEMORIAL The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate the following petitions, which were referred as indicated:

A resolution of the City Council of Buffalo, N.Y., favoring the enactment of legislation to provide medical care for the aged under the social security system; to the Committee on Finance; and

A telegram from Max Brenner, Holiywood, Calif., remonstrating against the provisions proposed in Senate Concurrent Resolution 83, relative to certain changes in the Charter of the United Nations relating to the field of war prevention; to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

FREE OR REDUCED RATE TRANSPORTATION FOR

CERTAIN ADDITIONAL PERSONS

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (H.R. 4049) to amend the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 in order to authorize free or reduced rate transportation for certain additional persons; and the reported amendments having been agreed to,

Ordered, That the amendments be engrossed and the bill read a third time.

The said bill, as amended, was read the third time.

Resolved, That is pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives in the amendments. CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN NAVAL VESSELS

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (HR. 10474) to authorize the construction of modern naval vessels.

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. MURRAY, at 12 o'clock and 36 minutes p m.,

The Senate, under its order of today, adjourned until Monday next.

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AMENDMENT OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE

ACT TO PROVIDE SAFEGUARD AGAINST
MERGERS AND CONSOLIDATIONS OF BANKS

The Presiding Officer (Mr. Byrd of West Virginia in the chair) laid before the Senate the amendment heretofore received from the House of Representatives for concurrence to the text of the bill (S. 1062) to amend the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to provide safeguards against mergers and consolidations of banks which might lessen competition unduly or tend unduly to create a monopoly in the field of banking, together with the amendment to the title providing that the same reads as follows: “An Act to amend the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to require Federal approval for mergers and consolidations of insured banks.”

On motion by Mr. FULBRIGHT to agree to the amendments of the House,

After debate,
It was determined in the affirmative.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas to reconsider the vote agreeing to the House amendments,

On motion by Mr. DIRKSEN, The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof. ORDER FOR ADJOURNMENT UNTIL MONDAY NEXT

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That when the Senate concludes its business today it adjourn until Monday next. PROVISION FOR CERTAIN PILOTAGE REQUIRE

MENTS IN NAVIGATION OF U.S. WATERS OF
GREAT LAKES

On motion by Mr. MAGNUSON, and by unanimous consent,

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 3019) to provide for certain pilotage requirements in the navigation of U.S. waters of the Great Lakes, and for other purposes; and the reported amendments to the text having been agreed to,

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS Bills were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred as follows:

By Mr. FULBRIGHT: S. 3501. A bill to promote greater equity in the administration of the pay systems of employees in the Veterans' Administration under prevailing rate schedules by providing for certain adjustments in the compensation of such employees; to the Committee on Post Olice and Civil Service.

By Mr. MURRAY: S. 3502. A bill to extend and amend the National Housing Act, as amended, to provide mortgage insurance for individually owi units in a multifamily structure, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

By Mr. McNAMARA (for himself,

Mr. KENNEDY, Mr. CLARK, Mr.
RANDOLPH, Mr. SYMINGTON, Mr.
HUMPHREY, Mr. WILLIAMS of
New Jersey, Mr. MAGNUSON, Mr.
MCGEE, Mr. YOUNG of Ohio, Mr.
DOUGLAS, Mr. GRUENING, Mr.
LONG of Hawaii, Mr. MURRAY,
Mr. HART, Mr. MORSE, Mr. HEN-
NINGS, Mr. JACKSON, and Mr.

PASTORE): S. 3503. A bill to provide for the payment of hospital and other health services furnished to aged retired individuals,

MONDAY, MAY 9, 1960 The VICE PRESIDENT called the Senate to order and the Chaplain offered prayer.

THE JOURNAL On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, and by unanimous consent,

The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Friday, May 6, 1960, was dispensed with.

PRESIDENTIAL APPROVAL A message from the President of the United States by Mr. Miller, his secretary:

Mr. President: The President of the United States on May 6, 1960, approved and signed the act (S. 1751) to place in trust status certain lands on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming,

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

COMMITTEES AUTHORIZED TO SIT The following-named committees were authorized to sit today during the session of the Senate:

sion on International Rules of Judicial Procedure covering the period ending December 31, 1959.

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. THE WHITE HOUSE.

By Mr. WILLIAMS of New Jersey

(by request): S. 3512. A bill to amend the laws relating to cooperative housing; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

CALL OF CALENDAR DISPENSED WITH

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the call of the calendar on today be dispensed with. CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN NAVAL VESSELS

The Senate resumed, by unanimous consent, the consideration of its unfinished business, viz, the bill (H.R. 10474) to authorize the construction of modern naval vessels. Pending debate,

ENROLLED BILLS PRESENTED The Secretary reported that he had presented to the President of the United States the following enrolled bills:

S. 722. An act to establish an effective program to alleviate conditions of substantial and persistent unemployment in certain economically depressed areas; and

S. 1062. An act to amend the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to require Federal approval for mergers and consolidation of insured banks.

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. SMATHERS, at 2 o'clock and 26 minutes p.m.,

The Senate adjourned.

The Committee on Foreign Relations and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs; on the request of Mr. MANSFIELD.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Maurer, one of its clerks:

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has disagreed to the amendments of the Senate to the bill (H.R. 10809) to authorize appropriations to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for salaries and expenses, research and development, construction and equipment, and for other purposes; it agrees to the conference asked by the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon and has appointed Mr. BROOKS of Louisiana, Mr. McCORMACK, Mr. GEORGE P. MILLER, Mr. TEAGUE, Mr. MARTIN, Mr. FULTON, and Mr. MCDONOUGH managers at the same on its part.

The House has passed the bill (H.R. 11713) to authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate.

The President of the United States has informed the House that on May 6, 1960, he approved and signed the act (H.R. 8601) to enforce constitutional rights, and for other purposes.

The Speaker of the House having signed two enrolled bills, viz, S. 722 and S. 1062, I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED The Secretary reported that he had examined and found truly enrolled the following bills:

S. 722. An act to e-tablish an effective program to alleviate conditions of substantial and persistent unemployment in certain economically depressed areas; and

S. 1062. An act to amend the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to require Federal approval for mergers and consolidation of insured banks.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same.

HOUSE BILL PLACED ON CALENDAR The bill HR. 11713, this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence, was read the first and second times by unanimous consent and ordered placed on the calendar. INTERNATIONAL RULES OF JUDICIAL

PROCEDURE The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate the following message from the President of the United States; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary: To the Congress of the United States:

Pursugnt to the provisions of Public Law 85-906, as amended, I transmit herewith for the information of the Congress the First Annual Report of the Commis

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION LOAN GUARANTY

PROGRAM The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Administrator of the Veterans' Administration, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to amend chapter 37 of title 38, United States Code, to improve the effectiveness of the Veterans' Administration loan guaranty program; which, with the accompanying paper, was referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

PETITIONS The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a petition of Mrs. H. W. Beatie, Walnut Creek, Calif., favoring appropriations for foreign and home aid; which was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. THURMOND (for himself and Mr. JOHNSTON of South Carolina) presented a concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, favoring the enactment of legislation to protect the textile industry of the United States against foreign imports; which was referred to the Committee on Finance.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLA Bills were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred as follows:

By Mr. MCCARTHY (for himself,

Mr. McNAMARA, Mr. CLARK, Mr.
RANDOLPH, Mr. YOUNG of Ohio,
Mr. HARTKE, Mr. MCGEE, Mr.

HART, and Mr. BARTLETT) : S. 3505. A bill to revise, extend, and improve the unemployment insurance program, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. BRIDGES: S. 3506. A bill for the relief of Athansia G. Koumontsos; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. SMATHERS: S. 3507. A bill for the relief of Capt. Ernest Mountain; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

S. 3508. A bill to amend and extend the provisions of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. CLARK: S. 3509. A bill to amend certain laws relating to the provision of private and public housing and the renewal of urban communities, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

By Mr. DWORSHAK: S. 3510. A bill to remove the restriction relating to public use placed upon certain land held by the Minidoka Irrigation District in Rupert, Idaho; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

By Mr. BUTLER: S. 3511. A bill for the relief of Vincent Lee Chebat; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1960 The VICE PRESIDENT called the Senate to order, and Rev. F. M. Galdau, of New York, N.Y., offered prayer.

THE JOURNAL On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous consent,

The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Monday, May 9, 1960, was dispensed with. IMPROVEMENT OF COMBAT EFFECTIVENESS

OF THE MARINE CORPS The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of Defense, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to reassign officers designated for supply duty as officers not restricted in the performance of duty in the Marine Corps; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Armed Services.

REPORT OF REVIEW OF SELECTED SUPPLY

ACTIVITIES AT SAN BERNARDINO AIR MATERIAL AREA

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Comptroller General of the United States, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report of the review of selected supply activities at San Bernardino air material area, Department of the Air Force; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

REPORT ON REVIEW OF GOVERNMENT'S RIGHTS

AND PRACTICES CONCERNING RECOVERY OF
THE COST OF HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL SERV-
ICES

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Comptroller General of the United States, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report of the review of the Government's rights and practices concerning recovery of the cost of hospital and medical services in negligent third-party cases; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

RULES OF NAVIGATION IN CERTAIN CASES

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Under Secretary of Commerce, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to provide for exceptions to the rules of navigation in certain cases; which, with the accompanying paper, was referred to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

REPORT OF FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, transmitting, pursuant to law, the annual report for the Commission for the fiscal year 1959; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

SPECIAL METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Under Secretary of Commerce, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to authorize the Secretary of Commerce to utilize funds received from State and local governments and private organizations and individuals for special meteorological services; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. TEMPORARY ADMISSION OF CERTAIN ALIENS

INTO THE UNITED STATES The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization Service, Department of Justice, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report of certain aliens granted temporary admission into the United States under the authority of section 212(d) (3) of the Immigration and Nationality Act; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. AMENDMENT OF GENERAL BRIDGE ACT

OF 1946 The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the Under Secretary of Commerce, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to amend section 502 of the General Bridge Act of 1946; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Public Works. REPORT OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS

The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate a communication from the American Anademy of Arts and Letters, trans

mitting, pursuant to law, a report of the activities of the organization for the calendar year 1959; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration.

PETITIONS The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the Senate the following petitions, etc., which were referred as indicated:

A concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of South Carolina, favoring the enactment of legislation to protect the textile industry of the United States against foreign imports; to the Committee on Finance; and

A concurrent resolution of the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, favoring safeguarding and preserving the established State and individual rights to the use of water within the separate States; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

A resolution of the City Council of Oswego, N.Y., favoring raising the Federal minimum wage to $1.25 per hour; and

A resolution of the California Grape and Tree Fruit League in convention at Yosemite National Park, Calif., favoring the enactment of legislation to prohibit featherbedding practices in transportation operations; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. REPORT ON DISPOSITION OF USELESS PAPERS

Mr. JOHNSTON of South Carolina, from the Select Committee on Papers in the Executive Departments, to whom were referred lists of papers in various departments and agencies of the Government, recommended for disposition, transmitted to the Senate by the Archivist of the United States dated April 28, 1960, submitted a report thereon.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS Bills were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred as follows:

By Mr. DODD: S. 3513. A bill to enable the United States to participate in the resettlement of certain refugees; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. GOLDWATER (for himself

and Mr. HAYDEN): S. 3514. A bill to authorize the transfer of a Bureau of Reclamation bridge across the Colorado River near Needles, Calif., to San Bernardino County, Calif., and Mohave County, Ariz.; to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

By Mr. CARROLL: S. 3515. A bill for the relief of Fotios Gianoutsos (Frank Giannos); to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. JAVITS (for himself and

Mr. KEATING): S. 3516. A bill to admit the vessels Fort Town, Maple City, and Windmill Point to American registry and to permit their use in the coastwise trade; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

By Mr. BIBLE (by request) : S. 3517. A bill to authorize the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to plan, construct, operate, and maintain

a sanitary sewer to connect the Dulles International Airport with the District of Columbia system; to the Committee on the District of Columbia.

By Mr. CAPEHART: S. 3518. A bill for the relief of Merrill Ernest Pyle, Jr.; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. SPARKMAN: S. 3519. A bill for the relief of Henry James Taylor; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. SPARKMAN (for himself

and Mr. HILL): S. 3520. A bill to stabilize cotton price support for the 1961 crop; to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

By Mr. KERR: S. 3521. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to extend the time within which a minister may elect coverage as a self-employed individual for social security purposes; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. BIBLE (by request): S. 3522. A bill to amend the act of June 19, 1948, relating to the workweek of the Fire Department of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes; and

S. 3523. A bill to authorize a judicial review by the municipal court of appeals for the District of Columbia of certain actions taken by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board; to the Committee on the District of Columbia. ADDITIONAL COAUTHORS OF SENATE BILL

3481 On motion by Mr. YARBOROUGH, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the names of Mr. HART, Mr. McNAMARA, Mr. LONG of Louisiana, Mr. SPARKMAN, and Mr. PASTORE be added as coauthors of the bill (S. 3481) to amend the National Defense Education Act of 1958 in order to make student loans under title II of such act available to teachers attending summer sessions in institutions of higher education.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Bartlett, one of its clerks:

Mr. President: I am directed by the House of Representatives to return to the Senate, in compliance with its request, the bill (H.R. 5421) to provide a program of assistance to correct inequities in the construction of fishing vessels and to enable the fishing industry of the United States to regain a favorable economic status, and for other purposes, with the accompanying papers.

The Speaker of the House having signed an enrolled bill, viz, H.R. 10401, I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

ENROLLED BILL SIGNED The Secretary reported that he had examined and found truly enrolled the bill (H.R. 10401) making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1961.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same.

APPROPRIATIONS FOR ATOMIC ENERGY

COMMISSION On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas,

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 3387) to authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes.

Pending debate, CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN NAVAL VESSELS

The hour of 2 o'clock p.m. having arrived,

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. MCCARTHY in the chair) laid before the Senate its unfinished business, viz, the bill (H.R. 10474) to authorize the construction of modern naval vessels; when APPROPRIATIONS FOR ATOMIC ENERGY

COMMISSION On motion by Mr. PASTORE, The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (S. 3387) to authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes.

Pending debate,
No amendment being made,

Ordered, That it be engrossed and read a third time. The said bill was read the third time.

On motion by Mr. PASTORE, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (H.R. 11713) of an identical title; and no amendment being made,

Ordered, That it pass to a third reading.

The said bill was read the third time. Resolved, That it pass.

On motion by Mr. KUCHEL to reconsider the vote on the passage of the bill,

On motion by Mr. PASTORE, The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

Ordered, by unanimous consent, That the bill S. 3387 be postponed indefinitely. CONSTRUCTION OF MODERN NAVAL VESSELS

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas,

The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (H.R. 10474) to authorize the construction of modern naval vessels.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That when the Senate concludes its business today it adjourn.

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, at 4 o'clock and 38 minutes p.m.,

The Senate, under its order of today, adjourned.

The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Tuesday, May 10, 1960, was dispensed with.

COMMITTEES AUTHORIZED TO SIT The following-named committees were authorized to sit today during the session of the Senate:

The Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Committee on the Judiciary and the Committee on Finance; on the request of Mr. MANSFIELD.

PETITION Mr. HUMPHREY presented a petition of farmers in the State of Minnesota, favoring price supports or direct payments at a fair level on corn and other farm commodities; which was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. AUTHORITY FOR COMMITTEE ON ARMED

SERVICES TO FILE A REPORT

On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the Committee on Armed Services be authorized to report the bill (H.R. 10777) to authorize certain construction at military installations, and for other purposes up to midnight tonight.

Mr. STENNIS, from the Committee on Armed Services, subsequently reported the said bill, with an amendment, and submitted a report (No. 1338) thereon, REPORTS OF COMMITTEE ON RULES AND

ADMINISTRATION Mr. HAYDEN, from the Committee on Rules and Administration, to whom was referred the following bill and joint resolutions, reported them each without amendment and submitted reports thereon, as follows:

S. 3036. A bill to authorize the distribution of copies of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD to former Members of Congress requesting such copies (Rept, No. 1339);

H.J. Res. 502. Joint resolution authorizing the erection in the District of Columbia of a memorial to Mary McLeod Bethune (Rept. No. 1340);

H.J. Res. 546. Joint resolution authorizing the Architect of the Capitol to present to the Senators and Representative in the Congress from the State of Hawaii the official flag of the United States bearing fifty stars which is first flown over the west front of the United States Capitol (Rept. No. 1341);

Mr. HAYDEN, from the Committee on Rules and Administration, to whom were referred the following concurrent resolutions, reported them each without amendment:

S. Con. Res. 91. Concurrent resolution authorizing the reprinting of additional copies of hearing before the Subcommittee on Agreements for Cooperation of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy on Amending the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 with respect to exchange of military information and material with allies during the 2d session of the 85th Congress;

S. Con. Res. 94. Concurrent resolution authorizing the printing of additional copies of a committee print containing

the reports of the States to the Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources on their water resources and problems;

S. Con. Res. 96. Concurrent resolution authorizing the printing of a revised edition of the internal Security Manual as a Senate document; and providing for additional copies;

S. Con. Res. 97. Concurrent resolution authorizing the reprinting of additional copies of the Joint Committee print entitied "Summary-Analysis of Hearings, June 22–26, 1959, on Biological and Environmental Effects of Nuclear War," printed for the use of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy during the 86th Congress, 1st session;

S. Con. Res. 99. Concurrent resolution to print as a Senate document a compilation of studies on United StatesLatin American relations;

S. Con. Res. 100. Concurrent resolution to print as a Senate document a compilation of studies on United States foreign policy;

H. Con. Res. 558. Concurrent resolution providing for printing additional copies of the panel discussions entitled "Income Tax Revision";

H. Con. Res. 579. Concurrent resolution authorizing the printing of additional copies of a “Veterans' Benefits Calculator”;

H. Con. Res. 586. Concurrent resolution authorizing the printing of additional copies of the hearings on civil rights;

H. Con. Res. 607. Concurrent resolution authorizing the printing as a House document of the pamphlet entitled “Our American Government. What Is It? How Does It Function?"

Mr. HAYDEN, from the Committee on Rules and Administration, to whom were referred the following resolutions, reported them each without amendment:

S. Res. 277. Resolution to print for the use of the Select Committee on Small Business additional copies of its 10th annual report;

S. Res. 278. Resolution to print additional copies of the report on the problem of the aged and aging;

S. Res. 279. Resolution authorizing additional expenditures by the Committee on Government Operations;

S. Res. 281. Resolution authorizing the printing of additional copies of Senate Report No. 807, 86th Congress, entitled "Federal Disaster Relief Manual”;

S. Res. 299. Resolution authorizing the printing of additional copies of the question-and-answer review of the St. Lawrence Seaway;

S. Res. 303. Resolution to print for the use of the Special Committee on Unemployment Problems additional copies of its final report;

S. Res. 306. Resolution to print additional copies of hearings on “Organizing for National Security”;

S. Res. 307. Resolution to print, with illustrations, a study entitled “Exports, Imports, and the United States Balance of International Payments,” prepared by Dr. Howard S. Piquet; and

WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1960 The VICE PRESIDENT called the Senate to order and the Chaplain offered prayer.

THE JOURNAL On motion by Mr. JOHNSON of Texas, and by unanimous concent,

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