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Communications from, transmitting-
Reports by, on-
Watershed protection and flood prevention,

works of improvement for-
Vineland area tributary to Arkansas River,
Colorado.

202
Waianae Iki and Waianae Nui, Hawaii.-- 429
White Clay, Brewery, Whiskey Creeks,
Kansas

202
Wilson Creek, Nebraska.

171
Burglary, fire, or casualty, amending the law author-

izing the Postmaster General to adjust
claims of postmasters for loss by- (See H.R.

11531.)
Bush, Hon. Alvin R., late a Representative from Penn-
sylvania—(See S. Res. 223).-

2
Bush, Prescott (Senator from the State of Connecti-

cut)-
Attended

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Board of Visitors to Coast Guard Academy, ap-
pointed member.--

120
Butler, John Marshall (Senator from the State of

Maryland)-
Attendance, excused from..

151
Attended.--

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Conferee, appointed as..

36, 399, 430, 549
Butterfat- (See Milk and butterfat.)
Buttes Dam and Reservoir, authorizing the construc-

tion of-(See S. 2745.)
Buzzanca, Sam J.-(See H.R. 6712.)
Byrd, Harry Flood (Senator from the State of Vir-

ginia)-
Attended..

2
Conferee, appointed as.

223,
305, 328, 355, 366, 391, 430, 441, 520, 553
Byrd, Robert C. (Senator from the State of West Vir-

ginia)-
Attended..

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Board of Visitors to Military Academy, ap-
pointed member..

135
Conferee, appointed as...

534
President pro tempore, appointed acting-----

151

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Communications from, transmitting-
Proposed legislation, drafts of
Hawaii, laws of the United States, to amend

certain, in light of the admission of the

State of, into the Union.--
National Capital region, to aid in development

of transportation for; to create a temporary
National Capital Transportation Agency
and National Capital Transportation Cor-

poration --
Quarters, household furniture and equipment,

utilities, subsistence, and laundry service to
civilian officers and employees of the United
States, to authorize Government agencies to

provide
Reports by, on-
Appropriations-
Reapportionment of—(See under Depart-

ment or Agency.)
Restoration of balance withdrawn from.---
Watershed protection and flood prevention,

works of improvement for-
Bad Axe, Wis.---
Badger Creek Mill-Picayune Creek, Iowa..
Bear and Cypress Creeks, Tennessee.
Beaver Creek, Kentucky----
Beaver Creek, Virginia..
Bentonia, Miss.---
Big Prairie and French Creeks, Alabama.
Brush Creek, West Virginia.
Buffalo Creek, Virginia --
Caney Creek, North Fork of Little River and

West Fork of Clarks River, Kentucky---
Chippewa Creek, Ohio.--.
Chiwapa and Mulberry Creeks, Mississippi.
Conewango Creek, New York.-.
East and West Fork Point Remove Creeks,

Arkansas.
East Keechi Creek, Texas.-
Fishing Creek, South Carolina
Forch Maline Creek, Oklahoma -
Franktown-Parker tributaries of Cherry

Creek, Colorado---
French Lick Creek, Indiana..
Gila Valley Arroyo No. 1, New Mexico.--
Huff Creek, South Carolina-
Ischua Creek, New York.-
Josephine-Jackson Creek, Florida ----
Kickapoo Creek, Texas.
Leader-Middle Clear Boggy Creek, Okla-

homa -
Leatherwood Creek, Virginia.
Long Marsh, Maryland..
Marsh Creek, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Mill Creek, Pennsylvania..
Mill Run, Pennsylvania --
Misteguay Creek, Michigan...
North Branch Forest River, North Dakota--
North Broad River, Georgia.
Olmitos and Garcias Creeks, Texas.-
Persimmon and Burnt Corn Creek, Missis-

sippi.
Plum Creek, Texas.
Porters Creek, Tennessee and Mississippi.--
Reelfoot-Indian Creek, Tennessee and Ken-

tucky-----
Sandy Creek, Georgia.--
Tabo Creek, Missouri.-..
Terrapin Creek, Alabama and Georgia---
Timber Creek, Oklahoma..
Tortugas Arroyo, New Mexico..
Town Fork Creek, North Carolina__
Upper Black Bear Creek, Oklahoma -
Upper Verdigris, Kansas.-

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Cabaret tax, to reduce — (See H.R. 2164.)
Resolution favoring -

208
Cabrini, Sister Frances (Virginia Bilbao)-(See H.R.

9610.)
Cachous (See Aromatic cachous.)
Caldwell, George K.-(See S. 2113.)
Calendar call-
Consideration of bills and resolution to which
there is no objection.--.

183,
217, 260, 296, 310, 330, 377, 421, 505, 531
Dispensed with.--

25, 37, 160, 173, 201,
224, 230, 266, 286, 293, 334, 352, 381, 412, 507
Order for.---

582
California,
Browns Valley Irrigation District, Yuba County,

application for loans for reclamation.------ 15, 165
Central Valley project—(See San Luis unit, infra.)
Central Pacific Railway Co. and the Southern

Pacific Co., to validate the conveyance of land

in-(See H.R. 6721.)
Colorado River near Needles, to authorize the

transfer of a bridge across the, to San Bernar-
dino County, and Mohave County, Ariz.—(See

S. 3514.)
Eastern Municipal Water District at Hemet, River-
side, applications for loans.-

207, 482
Eel, Mad, and Smith Rivers, concurrent resolution
favoring flood control on the...

208
Emerald Wash to La Verne, resolution favoring
construction of control work from.

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Far West project, South Sutter Water District,

East Nicolaus, Small Reclamation Projects Act
of 1956, application for loan..

207
Federal water projects, concurrent resolution
favoring participation by ------

227
Fort Baker Military Reservation, to provide for

the conveyance of lands to—(See s. 3740).
Garden Gate Memorial State Park, concurrent

resolution favoring transfer of military lands
for the establishment of the-----

221
Highway program, review of Federal aid, San

Francisco, Bureau of Public Roads, Depart-
ment of Commerce, September 1958..

121
House of Representatives of the State of
Philippine Scouts, resolution favoring com-
pensation to the..

155, 483
Lands, to provide for the conveyance of, to the

State of—(See S. 3554.)
Legislature of the State of -
Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from
Armed Forces, educational and training bene-

fits to persons entering, concurrent resolu-
tion favoring extension.--.

208
Cabaret tax, concurrent resolution favoring
repeal or reduction of...

208
Eel, Mad, and Smith Rivers, concurrent reso-

lution favoring flood control on the-------- 208
Family farm development, concurrent resolu-

tion favoring furthering and stabilizing
farm income---

208
Federal water projects, concurrent resolution
favoring participation by---

227
Garden Gate Memorial State Park, concur-

rent resolution favoring transfer of military
lands for the establishment of the ---

221
Irrigation, center for research on principles

of, concurrent resolution favoring the estab-
lishment of a national..

227
Merced County Stream Group flood control

project, concurrent resolution favoring ap-
propriation for review study of the..

208
Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, concur-

rent resolution favoring release of right-of-
way at the site of the---

208
Prisoners, concurrent resolution favoring use

of, in the State of, on certain conservation
programs

161
Public Health Service Hospital in San Fran-

cisco, concurrent resolution favoring addi-
tion to the.--

221
Retroactive coverage, concurrent resolutions

favoring legislation to enable public em-
ployees to have

221, 227
San Francisco Bay waters, pollution in the,

concurrent resolution favoring funds to
correct the condition of, caused by Federal
installations

227
Ships, west coast, concurrent resolutions fa-
voring construction of..

208, 215
Transportation of persons, concurrent reso-

lution favoring the repeal of the tax on.. 221
White House Conference on Narcotics, con-

current resolution favoring early convening
of the...

221
Merced County Stream Group flood control proj-

ect, concurrent resolution favoring appropria-
tion for review study of the-----

208
Mining claims in, to validate certain_(See H.R.

9201.)
Mokelumne River-
Authorizing a contribution for the flood control

accomplishments to be constructed on the,
by the East Bay Municipal Utility District of
Oakland-(See S. 2766.)

California-Continued

Mokelumne River-
Riverside, resolution favoring flood-control

legislation on the.--
Noyo River and Harbor, authorizing the improve-

ment of, in the interest of navigation(See S.

2881.)
Orange County, conveyance of real property in-

(See H.R. 5349.)
Oxnard Harbor District, Port Hueneme, to author-

ize the conveyance of real estate to the-(See

S. 3017; H.R. 8713.)
Palace of Fine Arts-
Park and other purposes, to amend the law to

permit certain streets in, within the area of,

to be used for-(See H.R. 8024.)
Right-of-way at the site of the, concurrent

resolution favoring release of..-
Parks Air Force Base, relating to persons involved

in negotiation of forged or fraudulent checks

issued at-(See H.R. 4390.)
Prisoners, concurrent resolution favoring use of,

in the State of, on certain conservation

programs...
Public Health Service Hospital in San Francisco,

concurrent resolution favoring addition to

the
Riverside County, to validate a conveyance of land

by the Southern Pacific Railroad Co., and

others—(See H.R. 10154.)
Sacramento River-
Authorizing bank protection and channel main-

tenance of, in the interests of flood control-

(See S. 2913.)
Flood-control project, review of reports on bank

protection and channel maintenance of,

ordered printed as a Senate document.------
San Benito County Water District, Hollister, appli-

cation for loan for reclamation..
San Diego, city of, Tijuana, Mexico, to provide au-

thority for the Secretary of State to conclude
an agreement with Mexico and San Diego,
relating to the collection, treatment, and dis-

posal of sewage originating in—(See S. 3317.)
San Diego County, to authorize beach erosion con-

trol of the shore in-(See S. 3838.)
San Francisco Bay-
Rail transit across, amending the law with re-

spect to (See H.R. 8171.)
Waters, pollution in the, concurrent resolution

favoring funds to correct the condition of,

caused by Federal installations..--
San Joaquin Irrigation District, South, San

Joaquin County, application for loan for

reclamation
San Luis unit of the Central Valley project, au-

thorizing the construction of them (See S. 44.)
Resolution favoring-
Senate of the State of
Death Valley National Monument, resolution

favoring retention of prospecting and mining

in the..
Veterans, World War I, resolution favoring pen-

sions to
Senators from-

Engle, Clair, attended..

Kuchel, Thomas H., attended....
Southern Pacific Co.- (See Central Pacific Co.,

supra.)
Stanislaus River division, Central Valley project,

authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to
construct, operate, and maintain the— (See

S. 2820.)
Susanville, to authorize the conveyance of lands in

Lassen County to— (See H.R. 11917.)

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Trinity, authorizing the conveyance of property to

the county of—(See H.R. 9732.)
Tulelake area, to provide an extension of the

wheat acreage allotment in the (See S. 623.)
World Fair, resolution favoring in Los Angeles.. 20
Callas, Edward Peter, for the relief of the legal guar-

dian of-(See H.R. 1519.)
Callas, Evangelina-(See S. 3414.)
Camelback Reservoir, modifying the (See S. 2745.)
Canada-
Aircraft, private, to provide that, may travel be-

tween United States and Canada or Mexico
without extra compensation for customs

(See S. 2874.)
Atomic energy research and development, draft of

proposed legislation to authorize appropria-
tions for, with..

118
Heeney, Hon. A. I. P., Minister for External Affairs

of Canada, the Ambassador from Canada to
the United States, authority for, to privileges
of the floor.--

219
Canada-United States Interparliamentary group-

Members appointed on the part of -
House--

220
Senate.

219
Concerning the effect of the meeting-(See S.

Res. 308.)
Canal Zone (See Panama Canal.)
Canal Zone Government-(See Panama Canal.)
Cancer, chemical known to produce, memorial
remonstrating against use of any--

434
Cane Creek Anticline area, Utah, relating to oil and

gas leases in the (See S. 3925.)
Caney Creek, North Fork of Little River and West

Fork of Clarks River, Ga., works of improve-
ment for.---

347
Cannon, Howard W. (Senator from the State of

Nevada)
Attended.

1
Conferee, appointed as...

252, 282
President pro tempore, appointed acting--- 210
Cantor, Pearl—(See S. 3924.)
Capehart, Homer C. (Senator from the State of

Indiana)
Attendance, excused from..

156, 368
Attended.---

2
Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group,
appointed member_

219
Committee, excused from service on-(See S. Res.

60
Conferee, appointed as..

520, 534
Capehart housing program of the Department of De-
fense, review of -----

481
Capinpin, Dr. Alberto Gagan-(See S. 3888.)
Capital-
Equipment, tax depreciation allowances on, re-
port on ordered printed.---

20
Punishment, memorial remonstrating-

221
Capitol_(See also United States Capitol.)

Architect(See Architect of the Capitol.)

Pages, Residence Board, creating-(See S. 3386.)
Captive Nations-
Freedom to, restoration of—(See S. Con. Res. 95,

S. Con. Res. 102; H. Con. Res. 633.)
Petitions favoring-

309, 315, 333, 354
Captive Nations Week, petitions praying legislation rel-

ative to. -- 315, 333, 344, 360, 368, 380, 429, 483
Caradec, Bernard Jacques Gerard—(See S. 3341.)
Career Compensation Act of 1949
Amending, Department of the Navy, submarine

service, with respect to incentive pay for

certain—(See H.R. 10500.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding --

121
Officers, special pay to, during calendar 1959.--I- 155
Career Service Act of 1959—(See S. 1638.)

Caribbean, countries in the, looking to the prevention Page

of Communist control of—(See S. Con. Res.

79.)
Cards—(See Playing cards.)
Career Compensation Act of 1949—

Amending-
Household effects, by imposing limitations on the

transportation of—(See S. 3747; H.R. 12570.)
Retired pay or retainer pay, to provide persons

entitled to, to have their pay recomputed-

(See H.R. 11318.)
Submersibles, operators of, to provide for the

payment of incentive pay to—(See S. 3636.)
Travel and transportation allowances and

transportation of dependents and of bag-
gage and household effects to the homes of
their selection for certain members of the
uniformed services, to authorize— (See S.

3747; H.R. 10068.)

Drafts of proposed legislation regarding ----- 74, 106
Carlson, Frank (Senator from the State of Kansas)-
Attended.--

1
Commission to formulate a memorial to James
Madison, appointed member---

297
Committee appointment, Joint Select Committee

on Disposition of Papers in the Executive De-
partments.--

34, 79, 130, 161,
198, 227, 240, 294, 315, 357, 407, 434, 504, 530
Conferee, appointed as..

223,
305, 328, 355, 391, 430, 441, 520, 553
Carolina, Sister (Antonietta Vallo), and others (See

H.R. 3524.)
Carolina Freight Carriers Corp., to provide for the con-

veyance of lands to— (See H.R. 12503.)
Carozza, Francesco (See H.R. 1643.)
Carpenters and Joiners of America, building-(See

Architect of the Capitol-Capitol.)
Carpet industry, favoring relief to domestic (See S.

Con. Res. 113.)
Carrara, Mladen, Tonina, Ante, and Zvonko (See S.

700.)
Carraro, Maria—(See S. 3642.)
Carriers-

Air-
Loans to, to provide for guarantee of loans to

certain for purchases of aircraft and com-
ponents of a cargo airlift system-(See S.

2774.)
Supplemental transportation by, to provide that

the Civil Aeronuatics Board may authorize
temporarily, to engage in—(See S. 1543;

H.R. 7593.)
Transportation of persons and freight, to pro-

mote the air transportation system of the
United States by requiring the use of, for-

(See S. 3268.)
Alaska, Hawaii, and other States, to establish a

joint board and to permit the filing of
through routes and joint rates for, serving-

(See S. 2452.)
Express companies, to amend the law to exclude

from certain sections—(See S. 3542.)
Freight forwarders, civil liabilities for violations

of the law, to amend the law to provide

(See S. 3389.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding---

221
Motor-
Civil liabilities for violations of the law, to
amend the law to provider (See S. 3389.)

221
Draft of proposed legislation regarding -----
Emergency transportation to amend the law to

provide an exemption for, by towing-(See
S. 2375.)

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Motor-
Taxes, State and local, to amend the law to re-

quire proof of payment of, as a condition to
transfer certificate or permit issued to a car-
rier by motor vehicle under the provisions of

such part-(See S. 3281.)
Towing—(See Emergency, supra.)
Within a State, to amend the law which au-

thorizes, certain operations, as a common car-
rier by motor vehicle engaged in interstate or
foreign commerce if State authorized — (See

S. 3228.)
Railroad-(See Railroad.)
Water, rates, to amend the law to require the

suspension of, pending hearing and decision

concerning lawfulness—(See S. 3047.)
Carroll, John A. (Senator from the State of Colo-

rado)-
Attended.

22
Conferee, appointed as_

414
Guam, resolution favoring the work of, for his
interest in the people of----

73
Helium Act, amending, individual views of, filed.. 477
Carroll, Lt. Gen. Joseph F., U.S. Air Force, to provide

for the computation of basic pay of-(See

S. 2936.)
Carson City Mint press, Nevada, concurrent resolu-

tion favoring blueprints or parts to put, in op-

erable condition to strike silver medallions.. 171
Cartels and other forms of world monopoly, requesting

instruction to the United States delegation to
sponsor and support curtailing restraint on
world trade resulting from—(See S. Con. Res.

85.)
Carter, Hon. Steven V., late a Representative from
Iowa—(See S. Res. 222).

2
Carver—(See George Washington Carver.)
Cascades region, Washington, to investigate the ad-

visability of establishing in the Central and

North-(See S. 2980.)
Case, Clifford P. (Senator from the State of New

Jersey)
Attended.
Conferee, appointed as.

332, 343, 531
Case, Francis (Senator from the State of South Da-

kota) -
Attendance, excused from.

133
Attended..

1
Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group,
appointed member.

219
Conferee, appointed as-

282, 356, 373, 375, 432
Casein, duty on imports of, extending for 3 years the

suspension of—(See H.R. 7456.)
Cashmere goat, duties on hair of the-- (See S. 3923.)
Casell, Antigone Apostolaki-(See S. 2966.)
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Fla., to

add lands to (See H.R. 8226.)
Cato Brothers, Incorporated-(See H.R. 11756.)
Caudill, Jesse Lee, to provide preference right to cer-

tain land in Alaska, to_(See S. 2910.)
Cave Run Reservoir on Licking River, Ky., concurrent

resolution favoring funds to construct the--- 170
Cedar Bluff Unit, Smokey Hill Division, Missouri River

Basin project, soil survey and land classifi-
cation of the lands in the-----

108
Cemetery-

Arlington—(See Arlington.)
Fort Douglas Military Reservation, Utah, to pro-

vide for the establishment of a national ceme-

tery on-(See S. 3112.)
Kentucky-(See Kentucky-Zachary Taylor.)
New England area, concurrent resolutions favor-

ing the establishment of a national, in.--- 107, 111
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Oklahoma--(See Oklahoma-Fort Reno.)
Rhode Island, resolution favoring establishment
of a national, in---

149
Cemeteries, national, to make a study for a determina-

tion of policy on by the Committee on Interior

and Insular Affairs-(See S. Res. 321.)
Center for cultural and technical interchange between

the East and West in Hawaii to establish a

(See S. 3385; H.R. 11510.)
Report of -

17
Resolution favoring---

79
Central and South American countries, authorizing a

study of activities in certain, inimical to inter-
ests of countries friendly to the United

States (See S. Res. 292.)
Central Bank for Cooperatives, to provide for in-

creased representation by regional banks for
cooperatives on the Board of Directors of

the-(See S. 2977.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding ---

78
Central Intelligence Agency,

Communications from, transmitting-
Reports by, on-
Grants made in support of scientific research

by the Agency during fiscal year 1960.----- 481
Tort claims paid by ---

482
Central Pacific Railway Co, and the Southern Pacific

Co. to validate the conveyance of land in Cali-

fornia by--(See H.R. 6721.)
Central Valley project,

San Louis unit, California-

Authorizing construction of the-(See S. 44.)

Resolutions favoring construction of the---- 198, 208
Certifications—(See Abstracts.)
Certified mail, to authorize the use of, for the trans-

mission or service of matter required by cer-
tain Federal laws to be transmitted or served

by registered mail-(See H.R. 10996.)
Century 21 Exposition, to provide for the striking of

medal in commemoration of, to be held in

Seattle, Wash.-(See S. 3532.)
Cha, Kim Yong, fiancee of Cpl. LeMaine Ellingson-

(See S. 2538.)
Chaghaghi, Simeen Helena-(See H.R. 7254.)
Chan, Yun Fun Cheng--(See S. 3566.)
Chant, Louis (Lu Chung Chang)—(See S. 3775.)
Chaplains George L. Fox, Alexander D. Goode, Clark

V. Poling, and John P. Washington, to au-

thorize awards of, to—(See S. 2969.)
Charitable contributions, to amend the law relating

to unlimited deductions for- (See H.R. 6779.)
Charitable trusts and corporations, relating to accum-

ulation of income by certain—(See S. 2933.)
Chatergoon, Aubrey Singh-(See S. 2930.)
Chavez, Dennis (Senator from the State of New Mexi-

co)
Attended.

1
Conferee, appointed as.

181,
191, 232, 337, 366, 375, 376, 392, 418, 427, 431,

432, 457, 466, 523, 551.
Chebat, Vincent Lee (See S. 3511.)
Chemical Pesticides Coordination Act (See S. 3473.)
Chemicals, pesticide- (See Pesticide chemicals.)
Chen, Dr. William Kuo-Wei-(See S. 3826.)
Chen, Min-sun-(See S. 3224.)
Ch'en, Ta-tuan (T. T. Ch'en)-(See S. 3738.)
Cheney division, Wichita Federal reclamation project,

Kansas, to provide for the construction of

the-- (See S. 1092.)
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park,

to establish the- (See S. 77.)

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Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.-

Communications from, transmitting-
Reports by, on-

Annual for 1959---
Statement of receipts and expenditures for

calendar 1959.--.
Chi, Dr. Chien Chen—(See S. 2939.)
Chiang, Dr. Tze I.— (See H.R. 9960.)
Chicago's Hull House (See Addams, Jane.)
Chicopee River Basin, Mass., interim report on ---
Chicory, crude, to extend the suspension of duty on

imports of, and the reduction in duty on

ground chicory-(See H.R. 9308.)
Chief Joseph Dam project, greater Wenatchee division,

Washington, soil survey and land classifica-

tion of lands in the..
Chief Joseph projects, completion of, concurrent reso-

lution favoring-
Chien, Sze-F00(See S. 3347.)
Chien, Yung Fo— (See S. 3808.)
Child welfare services-

Report on---
Ordered printed as a Senate document-(See S.

Res. 270.)
Providing for— (See s. 2915, S. 3123, S. 3725;

H.R. 12580.)

Report on, printing-(See S. Res. 365.)
Children-
Attending school, to amend the law to increase,

from 18 to 21, the age for receiving benefits

(See S. 3109.)
Day-(See National Children's Day.)
Deprived of parental support of care, to amend

the law to permit, to be eligible for assistance

under Social Security Act, (See S. 3330.)
Indian-(See also Indians and Indian reserva-

tions-Children.)
Inter-American Children's Institute (American

International Institute for the Protection of
Childhood), amending the resolution provid-
ing for membership and participation by the

United States in the — (See S. 2231.)
Migrant agricultural employees, to provide educa-

tional opportunities for-(See S. 2864.)
Milk program for, to increase the expenditure

of — (See S. 2751, S. 2797, S. 2848; H.R. 9331.)
Scholarships under the direction of the National

Science Foundation, resolution favoring grant-
ing, to, studying careers in science, technol-

ogy, and engineering---
Veterans dying of service-connected disability, to

provide education and training for- (See

H.R. 4306.)
Chile-
Agreements entered into under the Agricultural

Trade Development and Assistance Act of

1954
Disaster relief to, message from the Senate of,

Santiago, for assistance given to----
Reconstruction of, to provide for assistance in

the-(See S. 3839, S. 3861; H.R. 13021.)

Draft of proposed legislation regarding.
Chin, Ah See Lee- (See S. 2991.)
China-
Communist, national policy machinery in, report,

ordered printed.--
Republic of

-
Agreements concluded under Agricultural Trade

Development and Assistance Act------
Naval vessel, to au orize the loan of a-(See

H.R. 9465.)
Draft of proposed legislation regarding-
Vessels, to authorize the Secretary of Commerce

to resell, to the, for use in Chinese trade in
Far East and Near East waters exclusively-

(See H.R. 8042.)
Taiwan-(See China-Republic of, supra.)

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Chippewa, Ohio, works of improvement for.--

347
Chiu, Dr. Fang Luke— (See S. 3905.)
Chiwapa Creek, Mississippi, report of improvement
in watersheds--

171
Choi, Ok Soon—(See S. 3531.)
Chong, Kam Yung (Lee)-(See S. 3394.)
Christopher, Michiko (Hirai)-(See S. 3030.)
Chrysanthes, James Demetrios, also known as James

Demetrios Chrysanthacopoulos(See H.R.

2082.)
Chrzastowski, Eutenia—(See S. 3840.)
Chu, Chi Yan—(See S. 3628.)
Chumbris, Peter N., minority clerk of the Committee

on the Judiciary, to authorize, to testify-

(See S. Res. 324.)
Chung, In Fil, In Ae Chung, In Sook, Chung and In

Ja- (See S. 3788.)
Chung, Wong Gim (See S. 2247.)
Church, Frank (Senator from the State of Idaho)-
Attended.-

1
Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group,
appointed member..

219
Committee appointment, funeral.

160
Cigars, excise tax on, relating to the— (See S. 3293;

H.R. 10960.)
Cincinnati Southern Railway, to authorize the Secre-

tary of Agriculture to grant easement over
lands to the Trustees of the, their successors

and assigns-(See S. 3665.)
Citizenship, diversity of, between parties, draft of pro-

posed legislation to withdraw from the district
courts jurisdiction of suits brought by fiduci-
aries who have been appointed for the pur-
pose of creating-

182
Ciuferri, Rosolina- (See H.R. 3804.)
Civic organizations, relating to rates of postage on

second- and third-class matter mailed by-

(See S. 3043.)
Civil-

Action-
Permitting a, to be brought against an officer in

his official capacity, a person acting under him,
or an agency of the United States, in and judi-
cial district of the United States where a

plaintiff in the action resides—(See S. 3368.)
Suits for, resolution favoring legislation rela-
tive to.--

363
Defense (See also Federal Civil Defense Act;

Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization.)
Federal contributions- (See Office of Civil and

Defense Mobilization-Communications from,
transmitting-Reports by, on-Federal con-

tributions.)
Property acquisitions— (See Office of Civil and

Defense Mobilization Communications from,
transmitting-Reports by, on-Property ac-

quisitions.)
Functions— (See Public Works Appropriation

Act.)
Rights—(See also Civil Rights Act; Commission-

Civil Rights; Elections; Equal protection of

the laws.)
Colored people at lunch counters, memorial
remonstrating against refusal to serve.-

221
Death or injury occur, to increase the penalties

under the civil rights statutes where—(See

S. 3039.)
Encroachment on the sovereign power of the

States relative to, concurrent resolutions
remonstrating against the actions of the Fed-

eral Government in the
Enforcement of, to provide for the— (See S.

3829.)
Hearings on, ordered printed-(See H. Con. Res.

586.)
Legislation, resolution favoring strong-

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