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anything else that may have occurred The bill was ordered to be read a third the authority to delegate this responsito a property which the Government of time, was read the third time, and passed, bility to the Administrator of General the United States is selling to the Red and a motion to reconsider was laid on Services. Cross, and apparently at a very good the table.

Implementation of this

of this delegation price according to land values in that

would in no way affect the nature of the particular area, in Takoma Park.

certifications but would result in a reREGARDING CERTIFICATION OF Mr. LANKFORD. Mr. Speaker, will

duction in expenditures as well as an

FACTS the gentleman yield?

improvement in the services rendered Mr. GROSS. Of course, I am pleased

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 4801) to the public. to yield.

amend subsection (d) of the Federal Mr. LANKFORD. The purpose of this Property and Administrative Services Act

AMENDMENT TO FEDERAL PROPERproviso in the bill is that if for some of 1949, as amended, regarding certifica

TY AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVunknown reason, the Red Cross chapter tion of facts based upon transferred is not able to build the chapter house records.

ICES ACT OF 1949 within the 3 years, as I think it is stipu

There being no objection, the Clerk

Mr. BROOKS. Mr. Speaker, I ask lated in the bill, this money which they read the bill, as follows:

unanimous consent that the gentleman have already paid to the U.S. Govern Be it enacted by the Senate and House of from New York [Mr. ROSENTHAL] may ment

Representatives of the United States of extend his remarks at this point in the Mr. GROSS. Two years is the time

America in Congress assembled, That sub-
section 506(d) of the Federal Property and

RECORD.
limit.
Administrative Services Act of 1949 (44 U.S.C.

The SPEAKER. Is there objection Mr. LANKFORD. Two years; will be 396) be amended by striking out the period

396) be amended by striking out the period to the request of the gentleman from given back to the Red Cross chapter at at the end of said subsection and substitut- Texas? the time that the land reverts to the ing a comma in lieu thereof, and adding, There was no objection. Federal Government, less charges for "and may authorize the Administrator to Mr. ROSENTHAL. Mr. Speaker, I any damages which the Red Cross certify to facts and to make administrative

certify to facts and to make administrative would like to urge passage of this chapter may have inflicted on that particular land. It does not mean any loss ferred to the Administrator, notwithstand

ferred to the Administrator, notwithstand- amendment to the Federal Property and ing any other provisions of law."

Administrative Services Act of 1949, as to the Federal Government at all. There

amended. is no payment on the part of the Fed The bill was ordered to be engrossed I had introduced this bill (H.R. 4801) eral Government to the Red Cross. It and read a third time, was read the third

and read a third time, was read the third in my capacity as a member of the is simply a return of the money paid by time, and passed, and a motion to recon

time, and passed, and a motion to recon- House Committee on Government Opthe Red Cross to the Federal Governsider was laid on the table.

erations, and I would like to point out ment in case they cannot raise the money

Mr. BROOKS. Mr. Speaker, I ask

Mr. Speaker, I ask that this legislation was considered by to build the chapter house.

unanimous consent to extend my remarks the Subcommittee on Government AcMr. GROSS. I thank the gentleman at this point in the RECORD.

tivities, of which I am a member, before from Maryland and the gentleman from

The SPEAKER. Is there objection it was referred to the full committee for Texas for their explanation; and I with to the request of the gentleman from action. draw my reservation of objection, Mr. Texas?

Under the provisions of the bill, the Speaker.

There was no objection.

Administrator of General Services, when The SPEAKER. Is there objection to Mr. BROOKS. Mr. Speaker, H.R. authorized by the heads of the various the present consideration of the bill?

4801 would permit a more economical executive departments and agencies, There being no objection, the Clerk

and efficient procedure relative to the would be permitted to make certificaread the bill, as follows:

processing of certifications and admin- tions of facts and administrative de

istrative determinations based upon de- terminations based on records which Be it enacted by the Senate and House of

partment and agency records transferred have been transferred to his custody. Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, should

to Federal records centers under the At the present time this is not possible such land become surplus property pursuant jurisdiction and control of the Admin

jurisdiction and control of the Admin, because under the provisions of other to the Federal Property and Administrative istrator of General Services. Under Federal statutes the secretaries of the Services Act of 1949, as amended, the Admin present law, any official of the Govern- executive departments involved must istrator of General Services is authorized to ment who is authorized to certify to make such certifications. convey, within a period of two years followfacts on the basis of records in his cus

As you know, the General Services ing the date of enactment of this Act, not to

tody is authorized to certify to such facts Administration records center system exceed two and one-half acres of land located

on the basis of records transferred to has been developed over the years, and at the northeast corner of the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and Sunnyside Road

GSA Federal records centers. Such offi- therefore with the transfer of records to in Prince Georges County, Maryland, to the

cials, however, are not permitted at this these centers with all the factual and American National Red Cross upon the pay

time to delegate the authority to make documentary information available ment to the United States of the fair market such certifications incident to transfer there, it is ridiculous, and certainly invalue of the propery as determined by the of such records to Federal records cen- efficient and unnecessary, to have the Administrator: Provided, That the instru ters.

GSA employees do all the preparatory ment of conveyance authorized by this Act

Since the records centers were estab- work and make the factual determinashall provide that upon determination by the Administrator of General Services that

lished in 1950, GSA employees at these tions, and yet not be able to make the the American National Red Cross has failed centers have acquired an expertise in the actual certifications. For instance, if an to begin construction of a chapter house on servicing of these records in their juris- inquiry is received at a GSA records censaid property within two years after the con diction. They now, in fact, actually pre- ter, the center employees prepare the veyance or to complete construction thereof pare the certifications and factual de necessary letters or forms and then rewithin a reasonable time after such con terminations which officials of other turn them to the department or agency struction has begun, all right, title, and in

departments and agencies are required involved for signature. What a savings terest to the property shall revert to the

to make under law. United States in the then existing condition

in time, money, and duplication of effort of that property, and the Secretary of the

As a result, after preparation of such could be effected by delegating to the Treasury is authorized upon such reverter to certifications, they must be forwarded to General Services Administrator the aupay from the general funds of the Treasury the appropriate agency for pro forma thority to make such certifications. I to the American National Red Cross the signature. Or, in the case of the armed therefore urge the passage of this legamount, without interest and less any dam services, it is necessary that military offi- islation. age to the land as determined by the Admin

cer personnel be stationed at the Records istrator, paid by the American National Red

in Cross to the United States for such property. Sec. 2. The cost of any survey required in pose of executing these certifications

pose of executing these certifications LANDS FOR THE CONFEDERATED connection with the conveyance of this propprepared by GSA employees. H.R. 4801

SALISH AND KOOTENAI TRIBES erty shall be at the expense of the American would permit officials in the Government The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 3735) National Red Cross.

authorized to make such certifications to set aside certain lands in Montana

for the Indians of the Confederated Sa- feet, east 990 feet, south 0 degrees 01 minute PARTICIPATION IN THE HAGUE lish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead east, 275.9 feet, south 59 degrees 0 minutes

CONFERENCE Reservation, Mont. west, 849.6 feet, south 45 degrees 33 minutes

The Clerk called House Joint ResoluThere being no objection, the Clerk east, 43.1 feet, south 58 degrees 50 minutes

west, 96 feet, south 31 degrees 10 minutes tion 778, to provide for participation by read the bill, as follows: east, 130 feet, south 56 degrees 37 minutes

the Government of the United States in Be it enacted by the Senate and House of east, 298 feet, south 0 degrees 22 minutes

the Hague Conference on Private InterRepresentatives of the United States of east, 72.7 feet, north 56 degrees 37 minutes America in Congress assembled, That the west, 377.6 feet, south 0 degrees 22 minutes national Law and the International beneficial title to the real property, and the east, 462.8 feet, north 89 degrees 35 minutes (Rome) Institute for the Unification of improvements thereon, consisting of approxi east, 314.3 feet, south 0 degrees 22 minutes Private Law, and authorizing appropriamately seven hundred and five acres which east, 589.5 feet, west 858 feet, to the point tions therefor. were heretofore reserved for agency and other of beginning. The tract as described con There being no objection, the Clerk purposes under section 12 of the Act of tains 28.66 acres, more or less.

read the the House joint resolution, as April 23, 1904 (33 Stat. 302), as amended by "Township 21 north, range 20 west, section

follows: the Act of March 3, 1905 (33 Stat. 1049), and 36, southeast quarter southeast quarter, east now surplus to the needs of the Department half east half east half northeast quarter Resolved by the Senate and House of Repof the Interior, is hereby conveyed to the southwest quarter southwest quarter south resentatives of the United States of America Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of east quarter, north half southeast quarter in Congress assembled, That the President the Flathead Reservation, Montana, and such southwest quarter southeast quarter. East is hereby authorized to accept membership property is hereby declared to be held by the half east half southwest quarter southeast for the Government of the United States in United States in trust for said tribes in the quarter southwest quarter southeast quarter, (1) the Hague Conference on Private Intersame manner and to the same extent as southeast quarter southeast quarter south national Law and (2) the International other real property held in trust for said west quarter southeast quarter, northeast (Rome) Institute for the Unification of tribes.

quarter southwest quarter southeast quarter. Private Law, and to appoint the United SEC. 2. Whenever the Secretary of the In The areas described aggregate 58.4375 acres. States delegates and their alternates to meetterior or his authorized representative deter "Beginning at the northwest corner of ings of the two organizations, and the commines that other real property, and the im section 1, township 20 north, range 20 west, mittees and organs thereof. provements thereon, which was heretofore principal meridian, Montana. Thence from SEC. 2. There is authorized to be approprireserved for agency and other purposes under the initial point, east along north line of ated such sums as may be necessary, not to section 12 of the Act of April 23, 1904 (33 said section 1,660 feet, south 0 degrees 01 exceed $25,000 annually, for the payment by Stat. 302), as amended by the Act of March minutes east, 396 feet, west 660 feet, north 0 the United States of (1) its proportionate 3, 1905 (33 Stat. 1049), is surplus to the needs degrees 01 minutes west, 396 feet, to the share of the expenses of the Hague Conferof the Department of the Interior, the Sec point of beginning. The area described con ence on Private International Law and of the retary is hereby authorized and directed to tains 6 acres, more or less.

International (Rome) Institute for the Unificonvey beneficial title to the property to the Township 22 north, range 24 west, section cation of Private Law, and (2) all other Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes 33, southeast quarter southeast quarter. necessary expenses incident to participation of the Flathead Reservation, Montana, and The area described contains 40 acres.

by the United States in the activities of the the United States shall, from the time of the "Township 21, north, range 20 west, section two organizations referred to in clause (1) conveyance, hold the property in trust for 11, east half southeast quarter northeast of this section. said tribes in the same manner and to the quarter, section 12, northeast quarter north The House joint resolution was ordered same extent as other real property held in west quarter, southwest quarter northwest to be engrossed and read a third time, trust for said tribes.

quarter, south half northwest quarter north was read the third time, and passed, and SEC. 3. The real property and the improve west quarter, northeast quarter northwest ments thereon declared to be held in trust

a motion to reconsider was laid on the quarter northwest quarter, south half northfor the Confederated Salish and Kootenai

table. west quarter northwest quarter northwest Tribes by this Act is hereby declared to be a quarter, northeast quarter northwest quarter part of the Flathead Reservation for the use northwest quarter northwest quarter. The and benefit of said tribes. areas described aggregate 137.5 acres.

SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION SEC. 4. This Act shall become operative "Township 16 north, range 19 west, section when accepted by the Tribal Council of the

The Clerk called House Joint Resolu16, west half east half southwest quarter, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. northwest quarter southwest quarter. The

tion 779, to amend the joint resolution Such acceptance shall constitute a renunciaarea described contains 80 acres.

of January 28, 1948, relating to membertion of any claim now existing against the

"Beginning at the southwest corner of sec ship and participation by the United United States respecting and to the extent

tion 16, township 16 north, range 19 west, States in the South Pacific Commission, of any land conveyed under the authority of this Act. Neither the lands nor improve

from the initial point, north 0 degrees 02 so as to authorize certain appropriations

minutes west, 1,320 feet, east 1,317.36 feet, ments thereon herein authorized to be dis

thereunder for the fiscal years 1964 and south 0 degrees 02 minutes east, 528 feet, posed of, nor the cost or value of said lands,

1965. west 462 feet, south 0 degrees 22 minutes shall be considered by way of offset under east, 792 feet, west 857.34 feet, along section

The SPEAKER. Is there objection to section 2 of the Act of August 13, 1946 (60

line to point of beginning, excepting east the present consideration of the joint Stat. 1049). Nothing contained in this Act

half northwest quarter northeast quarter resolution? shall be construed as an admission of liabil

southwest quarter southwest quarter and Mr. FORD. Mr. Speaker, reserving ity on the part of the United States with respect to these or any other lands.

west half west half northeast quarter north the right to object, I would like to ask

east quarter southwest quarter southwest the author of the bill, the gentleman With the following committee amend quarter section 16, township 16 north, range

from Florida [Mr. FASCELL], what jusment: 19 west. The area described contains 29.725

tifies a 50-percent increase in the proacres, more or less. Strike out all after the enacting clause and

"The areas of the tracts listed above aggre- posed funds for this Commission? insert the following: “That all of the right, gate 526.8625 acres, more or less.

Mr. FASCELL. If the gentleman will title, and interest of the United States in the

"SEC. 2. This Act shall become effective yield, there are several reasons. One 526 acres, more or less, described below are

when the Tribal Council of the Confederated is that when the Commission was origihereby declared to be held in trust for the

Salish and Kootenai Tribes by resolution acConfederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of

nally organized, with participating counthe Flathead Reservation, Montana. cepts the donation of the property involved.

tries of Australia, France, New Zealand, "SEC. 3. The Indian Claims Commission “ PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, MONTANA is directed to determine in accordance with

the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, "Township 18 north, range 21 west, section the provisions of section 2 of the Act of

and the United States, because the 8, lot 7; section 9, southeast quarter south

August 13, 1946 (60 Stat. 1050), the extent Netherlands gave up its territories in west quarter; section 17, lot 2. The areas to which the value of the title conveyed by that area, the contribution by the described aggregate 106.54 acres.

this Act should or should not be set off Netherlands was divided equally among "Township 19 north, range 23 west, section against any claim against the United States

the participants. So, that is one of the 31, northeast quarter southwest quarter. determined by the Commission.

reasons. The area described contains 40 acres.

The committee amendment was agreed Mr. FORD. May I ask a question at "Beginning at the southwest corner of to.

that point? southeast quarter southeast quarter section 14, township 18 north, range 20 west, princi

The bill was ordered to be engrossed Mr. FASCELL. Certainly. pal meridian, from the initial point, north

and read a third time, was read the third Mr. FORD. If the Netherlands with0 degrees 01 minute west, 660 feet, east 330 time, and passed, and a motion to recon- drew because Netherlands' New Guinea feet, north 0 degrees 01 minute west, 1,320 sider was laid on the table.

was no longer a part of their colonies,

ious Michigan?

would not there tend to be a correspond- 2-year operation. Those in charge of

JOHN MACPHAIL ing decrease in the responsibilities of the these kinds of activities for our own Gov

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 5145) Commission? ernment as well as for other govern

for relief of John F. MacPhail, lieutenMr. FASCELL. If the gentleman will ments like to blow up their operation as ant U.S. Navy. yield further, not to any great extent; much as possible. I doubt very much

Mr. GROSS. Mr. Speaker I ask no.

if the $100,000 originally authorized is unanimous consent that this bill be Mr. FORD. But it would be awfully enough to do the job that should be passed over without prejudice. hard to say that there would be a 50- done in this particular field of coordina

The SPEAKER. Is there objection to percent increase, would it not? ting the activities of the various govern

the request of the gentleman from Mr. FASCELL. As far as the Nether- ments in this particular area of the Iowa? lands withdrawing is concerned, the only world. With $150,000, with perhaps some

There was no objection, point I am making is this: What con additional moneys to be added by other tribution they were making to help in countries, we can see to it that we get this area was being spread out among value received. I wish to commend the HANS-DIETER SIEMONEIT the other remaining nations. Committee on Foreign Affairs again for

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 1277) As far as the United States is con- their practical approach to this legisla

for the relief of Hans-Dieter Siemoneit. cerned, formerly, our responsibility was tion. only south of the equator. The juris Mr. FASCELL. The gentleman will

Mr. ROBERTS of Alabama. Mr. diction of the Commission was increased

find a detailed budget breakdown in the Speaker I ask unanimous consent that to include areas north of the equator.

this bill be passed over without prejuhearings. Within the limited basis of operation by

dice.

Mr. FORD. Mr. Speaker, I would like this Commission, we felt that the in to see that. Therefore I will ask that the the request of the gentleman from Ala

The SPEAKER. Is there objection to crease was really very nominal, despite bill be passed over without prejudice to

bama? the fact that it seems to be rather large, give me an opportunity to look at the having gone from an annual limitation hearings that the gentleman refers to

There was no objection. of $100,000 to a limitation of $150,000.

Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent As a matter of fact, the demands ex- that this bill be passed over without ceeded the annual limitation, and the prejudice.

DR. JAMES T. MADDUX amounts requested were far in excess of

The SPEAKER. Is there objection to The Clerk called the bill (S. 1201) for the limitation placed on it by the com

the request of the gentleman from the relief of Dr. James T. Maddux. mittee. We sincerely feel, after

There being no objection, the Clerk discussions both with the authorizing

There was no objection.

read the bill, as follows: committee and the Commission as well

The SPEAKER. This concludes call of

Be it enacted by the Senate and House as others, that the limitation is reason

the bills on the Consent Calendar. of Representatives of the United States of able and within the required works of

America in Congress assembled, That, (1) the committee, dealing with the princi

in the administration of chapter 73 of title pal areas of health, economics, and so

PRIVATE CALENDAR

38, United States Code, as amended, and the cial development for that tremendously

rules and regulations promulgated thereunlarge area in the Pacific which covers The SPEAKER. In accordance with a der, Doctor James T. Maddux, of Narberth, about one-fifth of the entire world. unanimous consent heretofore granted, Pennsylvania, an employee of the DepartMr. FORD. I applaud the commit the Clerk will call bills on the Private ment of Medicine and Surgery, Veterans'

Administration at Philadelphia, Pennsyltee's action in imposing a limitation but,

Calendar.
The Clerk will call the first bill on the been promoted from associate grade, Medi-

vania, shall be held and considered to have nevertheless, there was a 50-percent increase over the previous authorization. calendar.

cal Service, to full grade, Medical Service, I think we ought to get from the De

effective as of July 9, 1961, and (2) the Secpartment, or at least I would like to have

retary of the Treasury is authorized and difrom the Department, information as to

OUTLET STORES, INC.

rected to pay, out of any money in the how much has been spent in the last 10 The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 2300)

Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the years on an annual basis and how many for the relief of the Outlet Stores, Inc.

said Doctor James T. Maddux, an amount

equal to the difference between the salary American people are involved in this ac Mr. GROSS. Mr. Speaker, I ask received by him as such an employee for the tivity.

unanimous consent that this bill be

bill be period from July 9, 1961, to February 17, Mr. FASCELL. If the gentleman will passed over without prejudice.

1962, and the salary he would have received yield further, the gentleman will find The SPEAKER. Is there objection to for such period had his promotion from all of that in the hearings, if the gentle the request of the gentleman from Iowa? associate grade, Medical Service, to full man is that interested. I would be glad There was no objection.

grade, Medical Service, been made effective to point out the sections to the gentle

as of July 9, 1961. man.

The bill was ordered to be read a third I can assure the gentleman that the

DR. AND MRS. ABEL GORFAIN time was read the third time and passed, matter has been gone into in great detail and would satisfy the gentleman or any

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 2706) and a motion to reconsider was laid on

the table. person making inquiry with respect to

for the relief of Dr. and Mrs. Abel Gorthe operations of the Commission.

fain. I would like to refer to my distinMr. GROSS. Mr. Speaker, I ask

BRYCE A. SMITH guished colleague, who is chairman of unanimous consent that this bill be the Legislative Committee. passed over without prejudice.

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 6182) Mr. ASPINALL. Mr. Speaker, of The SPEAKER. Is there objection to for the relief of Bryce A. Smith.

Mr. ROBERTS of Alabama. Mr. course, this is an incident with a

the request of the gentleman from Iowa? tain amount of dual responsibility as

There was no objection.

Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that

this bill be passed without prejudice. far as official action is concerned. The

The SPEAKER. Is there objection to committee of which I happen to be chairman kept a close contact with the

CHARLES WAVERLY WATSON, JR.

the request of the gentleman from Ala

bama? gentleman from Florida [Mr. FASCELL), The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 2728)

There was no objection. and also the gentleman from Iowa [Mr. for the relief of Charles Waverly WatGROSS], in their consideration of this

son, Jr. particular legislation. I for one think Mr. GROSS. Mr. Speaker, I ask this amount of money can be justified unanimous consent that this bill be

unanimous consent that this' bill be MRS. INGRID GUDRUN SCHRODER and I am very pleased that the commit- passed over without prejudice.

BROWN tee has seen fit to place an ultimate The SPEAKER. Is there objection to The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 7268) which can be spent, and I am also very the request of the gentleman from Iowa? for the relief of Mrs. Ingrid Gudrun pleased they have seen fit to make it a There was no objection.

Schroder Brown.

There being no objection, the Clerk YON OK KIM, CHANG IN WU, AND The bill was ordered to be engrossed read the bill, as follows:

JUNG YOL SOHN

and read a third time, was read the third Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of for the relief of Yon Ok Kim, Chang In

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 1887) time, and passed.

The title was amended to read: "A bill America in Congress assembled, That, not

for the relief of Tricia Kim." withstanding the provision of section Wu, and Jung Yol Sohn.

A motion to reconsider was laid on the 212(a) (3) of the Immigration and Nation There being no objection, the Clerk

table. ality Act, Mrs. Ingrid Gudrun Schroder read the bill, as follows: Brown may be issued a visa and admitted

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of to the United States for permanent resi

Representatives of the United States of MRS. CONCETTA FOTO NAPOLI, dence if she is found to be otherwise admis

America in Congress assembled, That, for the SALVATORE NAPOLI, ANTONINA sible under the provisions of such Act, under such conditions and controls which the

purposes of sections 101(a) (27) (A) and 205 NAPOLI, AND MICHELA NAPOLI

of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Attorney General, after consultation with minor children, Yon Ok Kim, Chang In Wu,

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 6624) the Surgeon General of the United States

and Jung Yol Sohn, shall be held and con- for the relief of Mrs. Concetta Foto NaPublic Health Service, Department of

sidered to be the natural born alien children poli, Salvatore Napoli, Antonina NaHealth, Education, and Welfare, may deem

of Robert and Shirley Ainley, citizens of the poli, and Michela Napoli. necessary to impose: Provided, That, unless

United States: Provided, That the natural the beneficiary is entitled to care under parents of the beneficiaries shall not, by read the bill, as follows.

There being no objection, the Clerk chapter 55 of title 10 of the United States Code, a suitable and proper bond or under right, privilege, or status under the Immigravirtue of such parentage, be accorded any

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of taking, approved by the Attorney General, be deposited as prescribed by section 213 of tion and Nationality Act.

Representatives of the United States of

America in Congress assembled, That, in the the Immigration and Nationality Act: Pro With the following committee amend- administration of the immigration laws, vided further, That this exemption shall ment:

Mrs. Concetta Foto Napoli, Salvatore Napoli, apply only to a ground for exclusion of

Antonina Napoli, and Michela Napoli shall which the Department of State or the De

Strike out all after the enacting clause and

be deemed to be within the purview of secpartment of Justice had knowledge prior to insert—"That, in the administration of the enactment of this Act.

tion 1 of the Act of October 24, 1962 (76 the Immigration and Nationality Act, Yon

Stat. 1247). Ok Kim, Chang In Wu, and Jung Yol Sohn, The bill was ordered to be engrossed may be classified as eligible orphans within The bill was ordered to be engrossed and read a third time, was read the third the meaning of section 101(b) (1) (F) of the

and read a third time, was read the third time, and passed, and a motion to recon- Act, upon approval of petitions filed in their time, and passed, and a motion to resider was laid on the table.

of the United States, pursuant to section consider was laid on the table.

205(b) of the Act, subject to all the condiJAN AND ANNA SMAL (NEE

tions in that section relating to eligible GIUSEPPE MAIDA, HIS WIFE, CATE

orphans. Section 205(c) of the Immigration DWORZANSKI)

RINA MAIDA, AND THEIR CHILand Nationality Act, relating to the number

DREN, ANTONIO, AND VITTORIA The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 1414) of petitions which may be approved, shall be

MAIDA for the relief of Jan and Anna Smal (nee inapplicable in this case.” Dworzanski).

The committee amendment was agreed

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 6975) There being no objection, the Clerk to.

for the relief of Giuseppe Maida, his read the bill, as follows:

The bill was ordered to be engrossed wife, Caterina Maida, and their chilBe it enacted by the Senate and House of and read a third time, was read the third dren, Antonio and Vittoria Maida. Representatives of the United States of time, and passed, and a motion to recon

There being no objection, the Clerk America in Congress assembled, That, for the sider was laid on the table.

read the bill, as follows: purposes of sections 101(a) (27) (A) and 205

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the

Representatives of the United States of minor child, Anna Smal (nee Dworzanski),

TRICIA KIM

America in Congress assembled, That, in the shall be held and considered to be the natu The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 4862) administration of the immigration laws, Mr. ral born alien child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph for the relief of Tricia Kim.

Giuseppe Maida, his wife, Caterina Maida, Smal, citizens of the United States.

and their children, Giuseppe, Antonio, and SEC. 2. For the purposes of sections 101

There being no objection, the Clerk

Vittoria Maida, shall be deemed to be within (a) (27) (A) and 205 of the Immigration and read the bill, as follows:

the purview of section 1 of the Act of OcNationality Act, Jan Smal (nee Dworzanski) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of tober 24, 1962 (76 Stat. 1247). shall be held and considered to be the Representatives of the United States of

With the following committee amendnatural born minor alien child of Mr. and America in Congress assembled, That, for the Mrs. Joseph Smal, citizens of the United purposes of sections 101(a) (27) (A) and 205

ment: States.

of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the On page 1, line 5, strike out the name

minor child, Kim Tricia, shall be held and “Guiseppe,”. With the following committee amend- considered to be the natural born alien child ment: of Sergeant and Mrs. Willian D. Liles, citi

The committee amendment was Strike out all after the enacting clause zens of the United States: Provided, That agreed to. and insert "That, in the administration of the natural parents of Kim Tricia shall not, The bill was ordered to be engrossed the Immigration and Nationality Act, Jan by virtue of such parentage, be accorded any and read a third time, was read the Smal (nee Dworzanski) may be classified as

right, privilege, or status under the Immigra- third time, and passed. an eligible orphan within the meaning of tion and Nationality Act.

The title was amended so as to read: section 101(b) (1) (F) of the Act, upon ap With the following committee amend. "A bill for the relief of Giuseppe Maida, proval of a petition filed in his behalf þyment:

his wife, Caterina Maida, and their Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smal, citizens of the United States, pursuant to section 205(b) of

Strike out all after the enacting clause children, Antonio and Vittoria Maida.”

A motion to reconsider was laid on the the Act, subject to all the conditions in that and insert in lieu thereof the following: section relating to eligible orphans.

"That, in the administration of the Immigra- table. "SEC. 2. For the purposes of sections 203 classified as an eligible orphan within the

tion and Nationality Act, Tricia Kim may be (a) (2) and 205 of the Immigration and meaning of section 101(b) (1) (F) of the Act, LEXINGTON

PARK VOLUNTEER Nationality Act, Anna Smal (nee Dworzan- upon approval of a petition filed in her be

FIRE DEPARTMENT, INC. ski) shall be held and considered to be the half by Sergeant and Mrs. William D. Liles, natural-born alien daughter of Mr. and Mrs. citizens of the United States, pursuant to

The Clerk called the bill (H.R. 3368) Joseph Smal, citizens of the United States." section 205(b) of the Act, subject to all the

authorizing the Administrator of Genconditions in that section relating to eligible eral Services to convey by quitclaim deed The committee amendment was agreed orphans. Section 205(c) of the Immigration to the Lexington Park Volunteer Fire to.

and Nationality Act, relating to the number Department, Inc. The bill was ordered to be engrossed of petitions which may be approved, shall There being no objection, the Clerk and read a third time, was read the third be inapplicable in this case.”

read the bill, as follows: time, and passed, and a motion to recon The committee amendment was agreed Be it enacted by the Senate and House sider was laid on the table. to.

of Representatives of the United States of

America in Congress eassembled, That the A motion to reconsider was laid on the The lawyers did all right, too. Legal aid Administrator, General Services Administra- table.

to affiliate organizations and general aid to tion, is authorized to convey by quitclaim

communities totaled The SPEAKER. This concludes the

$52,582.12. Martin deed, upon such terms and conditions as he

Luther has a good thing going. Agitation may prescribe, not to exceed 0.37 acre of land call of the Private Calendar.

and integration combine into big business. located in Saint Marys County, Maryland, to

But the tax angle on all this income is the Lexington Park Volunteer Fire Depart

mighty interesting. There has been no exment, Incorporated, a body corporate of the ARE CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZA

planation or discussion, so far as is known State of Maryland, for the purpose of main

TIONS BECOMING MONEYMAKING here, on this matter. taining a fire station to provide continued RACKETS?

Is it possible that all of this money, bled protection for the facilities of the Naval Air

from churches, unions, benefit performances Mr. ANDREWS of Alabama. Mr.

and the public in general, is tax free? Is it quest, and for the adjacent community. The speaker, I ask unanimous consent to ad- regarded as church funds (for Christian land to be deeded is in part now occupied dress the House for 1 minute, to revise Leadership) and thus untaxable? by a fire station within boundaries described and extend my remarks, and to include Or did the outfit pay taxes on it? If so, as beginning at the intersection of the an editorial.

the king agitator did the Government a serysoutheasterly right-of-way line of Great

The SPEAKER. Is there objection ice, the only good thing he ever did. If not, Mills Road (State Route Numbered 246) with the northeasterly right-of-way line of Coral

to the request of the gentleman from the subject seems worth discussing.
Alabama?

Or does this particular type of big busiPlace; thence north 63 degrees, 16 minutes,

ness have some sort of special exemption? 30 seconds east, 108.68 feet along the south

There was no objection. easterly line of Great Mills Road; thence

Mr. ANDREWS of Alabama. Mr. south 59 degrees, 05 minutes, 46 seconds east, Speaker, I would like to call to the at- SOME GAINS MADE TOWARD PEACE 88.87 feet; thence south 30 degrees 54 min tention of the Members of the House IN PURSUING EVERY AVENUE FOR utes, 14 seconds west, 157.73 feet to a point and the other body an editorial from the PEACE in the northeasterly line of Coral Place; October 28 edition of the Dothan Eagle, thence along the northeasterly line of Coral

Mr. EVINS. Mr. Speaker, I ask unanDothan, Ala. Place along the arc of a curve concave to the

imous consent to extend my remarks at east with a radius of 1,030.47 feet, the chord

The article is very lucid in pointing this point in the RECORD and include exof said curve bears north 34 degrees, 57 min- out the vast monetary proportions to traneous matter. utes, 45 seconds west, 161.08 feet, to the point which the integration movement has

The SPEAKER. Is there objection of beginning. Containing 0.37 acre of land, grown. Thousands and thousands of

to the request of the gentleman from more or less.

dollars are collected and spent each year Tennessee? With the following committee amendby so-called civil rights organizations,

There was no objection. ment: and many people are beginning to sus

Mr. EVINS. Mr. Speaker, substantial Strike all after the enacting clause and pect they could be a front for a full

progress has been made during the past insert in lieu thereof the following: "That grown racket.

year toward establishing a more peacethe Administrator of General Services is au

The editorial below questions the tax ful world. In several areas order has thorized to convey to the Lexington Park status

of the Southern Christian Leader; been brought out of chaos. There are Volunteer Fire Department, Incorporated, a

ship Conference, and I have requested still major areas of tension and unrest, body corporate of the State of Maryland, Commissioner Caplin, of the Internal but certainly some progress has been within a period of two years following the Revenue Service, to investigate this mat- made in reducing tension and in avertdate of enactment of this Act, by quitclaim ter thoroughly and to send me a comdeed, and upon terms and conditions herein

ing an all out nuclear war. plete report. provided as well as others the Administrator

Coleman A. Harwell, editor and pub

The editorial follows: may prescribe, a tract of land, together with

lisher of the Cookeville Citizen, in an any Federal interests in the improvements

INTEGRATION: BIG BUSINESS

editorial in his October 29 edition has thereon, located in St. Marys County, Mary This integration business headed by Mar- praised President Kennedy and other land, adjacent to Coral Place and Great Mills tin Luther King, Jr., is costly—but profit national leaders for the steady path Road, which shall include the site of the fire able; and still he cries for more money. toward peace which this country has folstation now maintained by the Lexington A few days ago the agitator king reported lowed. The editorial quotes from the Park Volunteer Fire Department, Incorpo- at Atlanta on finances of his Southern Chrisrated, of approximately 0.37 acre, but othertian Leadership Conference (as he calls his

address of President Kennedy at the wise of shape and dimension as the Admin- bunch of rabble rousers) and showed a sur

University of Maine on October 19, in istrator may determine: Provided, That the plus of $88,633.36, or “net income after ap- which the President said, “let us exhaust instrument of conveyance authorized by this propriations” for the past fiscal year.

every avenue for peace.” Act shall provide that upon determination

He didn't say anything about "after taxes” Mr. Speaker, President Kennedy forceby the Administrator of General Services and that raises a mighty interesting ques- fully outlined some of our foreign policy that the Lexington Park Volunteer Fire De tion, partment, Incorporated, or its successor has

A couple of days or so later, he said in goals in this address and editor Harwell ceased at any time within twenty years after the conveyance to use the property either about) that some way of raising additional benefit by giving them calm and objec

a speech at New York (he certainly gets points out “that every American could for maintaining a fire station or to provide funds must be worked out. Demands for tive consideration.” fire protection services for the facilities of cash bonds in the South have strained the Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent the Federal Government in the adjacent lo financial resources of civil rights organiza- that editor Harwell's writings be recality, as defined in the deed, without cost tions, he said.

printed in the body of the RECORD. to the United States, all right, title, and in The financial statement he released showed

The editorial, entitled "Every Avenue terest in the property shall revert to the an amazing income of $735,534.02, which for Peace,” follows: United States in the then existing condition would be considered quite a staggering gross of such property without payment of comfor many legitimate businesses.

EVERY AVENUE FOR PEACE pensation by the United States, subject to And Martin Luther must be a pretty good This is a quotation from a speech made mortgages and liens then outstanding result

business manager, for he had a balance of by President Kennedy at the University of ing from financial arrangements authorized

$351,992.20. From this his outfit "appro- Maine on October 19: by the Administrator and made for the pur- priated" $263,358.84 for a legal defense fund, "Historians report that in 1914, with most pose of improving the property." leaving the $88,000 surplus.

of the world already plunged in war, Prince The committee amendment was agreed

The agitator king's major revenue came Bulow, the former German chancellor, said to.

from appeal letters and money raised at ral to the then Chancellor Bethman-Hollweg: The bill was ordered to be engrossed to include in the report a puny return of Hollweg replied, 'Ah, if only one knew.'

lies. It must have been mortifying for him 'How did it all happen?' and Bethmanand read a third time, was read the third only $2,712.97 from sale of his books.

“If this planet is ever ravaged by nuclear time, and passed.

But the man lives well on his $1 a year war, if 300 million Americans, Russians, and The title was amended so as to read: salary. Travel expenses and “direction ac- Europeans are wiped out by a 60-minute "A bill to authorize the Administrator of tion,” both for fund-raising purposes, cost nuclear exchange, if the survivors of that

devastation can then endure the fire, poison, General Services to convey by quitclaim $41,977.84 for him and his gang. That's deed a parcel of land to the Lexington cost but a little bit more to go first class, those survivors to ask another, 'How did it

traveling in style and after all, it doesn't chaos, and catastrophe, I do not want one of Park Volunteer Fire Department, Incor- especially when someone else is paying the all happen?' and to receive the incredible porated. bill.

reply, 'Ah, if we only knew.'”

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