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Mr. WEAVER (at the request of Mr. House adjourned until tomorrow, Thurs to benefits on such individual's wage record; HECHLER), on account of official busi day, November 14, 1963, at 12 o'clock to the Committee on Ways and Means.
H.R. 9106. A bill to establish a Commisness. noon.
sion on Congressional Reorganization, and Mr. KARTH (at the request of Mr.
for other purposes; to the Committee on HECHLER), on account of official business.
By Mr. KNOX:
H.R. 9107. A bill to amend the Internal ETC.
Revenue Code of 1954 to provide a 10-year SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED
Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, executive net operating loss carryover for losses arisBy unanimous consent, permission to communications were taken from the ing from expropriation, intervention, or conaddress the House, following the legis- Speaker's table and referred as follows:
fiscation of property by governments of lative program and any special orders
foreign countries and to specify the tax
1363. A letter from the Administrator, heretofore entered, was granted to:
treatment of the recovery of such losses; to General Services Administration, transmit
the Committee on Ways and Means. Mr. PUCINSKI, for 10 minutes, today. ting a report on the progress of the liquida
By Mr. MACDONALD: Mr. BRUCE (at the request of Mr. tion activities of the national defense, war
H.R. 9108. A bill to amend title VII of the REIFEL), for 1 hour, on November 13. and reconversion activities of the Recon
Public Health Service Act so as to extend to Mr. SIBAL (at the request of Mr. REI struction Finance Corporation as of the pe
qualified schools of optometry and students riod ended September 30, 1963, pursuant to FEL), for 1 hour, on November 21.
of optometry those provisions thereof relatMr. HALPERN (at the request of Mr. Public Law 163, 83d Congress and Reorga
ing to student loan programs; to the Comnization Plan No. 1 of 1957 (22 F.R. 4633); REIFEL), for 15 minutes, today.
mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. to the Committee on Banking and Currency.
By Mr. MATHIAS: Mr. DERWINSKI (at the request of Mr.
1364. A letter from the Acting Secretary of H.R. 9109. A bill to prohibit interference REIFEL), for 15 minutes, on November Agriculture, transmitting a draft of a pro with the free exercise of religion; to the 14.
posed bill entitled "A bill to amend 18 U.S.C. Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. McDOWELL (at the request of Mr. 1114, relating to assaults and homicides, and By Mr. SCHWEIKER: MATSUNAGA), for 30 minutes, today, to for other purposes”; to the Committee on H.R. 9110. A bill to provide for the health revise and extend his remarks, and in- the Judiciary.
care of senior citizens through a program of clude extraneous matter.
1365. A letter from the Secretary of the voluntary medical and hospital insurance Interior, transmitting the report on the and tax credits, and for other purposes; to study of the causes and prevention of in the Committee on Ways and Means. juries, health hazards, and other health and
By Mr. STAEBLER: EXTENSION OF REMARKS safety conditions in metal and nonmetallic H.R. 9111. A bill to amend the Small Busi
ness Act to authorize loans to small-business By unanimous consent, permission to mines conducted pursuant to the act of Sep
tember 26, 1961, Public Law 87–300; to the concerns injured by their inability to process extend remarks in the CONGRESSIONAL Committee on Education and Labor.
and market certain products because of disRECORD, or to revise and extend remarks,
ease or toxicity in such products; to the was granted to:
Committee on Banking and Currency. Mr. STEED the remarks he made earlier
By Mr. BROYHILL of North Carolina: today and to include a tabulation.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB H.R. 9112. A bill to grant officers and em(The following Members (at the re LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS ployees subject to the Civil Service Act of quest of Mr. REIFEL) and to include
Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of January 16, 1883, the opportunity to examine
and reply to certain evaluations of their proextraneous matter:) committees were delivered to the Clerk
motion qualifications, and for other purMr. BARRY.
for printing and reference to the proper poses; to the Committee on Post Office and Mr. CURTIS. calendar, as follows:
Civil Service. (The following Members (at the reMr. DULSKI: Committee on Post Office
By Mr. MARSH: quest of Mr. MATSUNAGA) and to include and Civil Service. H.R. 10. A bill to extend
H.R. 9113. A bill to amend section 620 of extraneous matter:) the apportionment requirement in the Civil
the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 to proMr. COOLEY. Service Act of January 16, 1883, to temporary
hibit the furnishing of economic assistance Mr. LEGGETT. summer employment, and for other pur
to any country which does not grant to the poses; with amendment (Rept. No. 897). Re
United States most-favored-nation treatferred to the Committee of the Whole House
ment with respect to the admission of our on the State of the Union.
exports; to the Committee on Foreign AfENROLLED BILLS SIGNED
fairs. Mr. THOMPSON of New Jersey: Joint Com
By Mr. COHELAN: Mr. BURLESON, from the Commit- mittee on the Disposition of Executive Pa
H.R. 9114. A bill to provide a method for tee on House Administration, reported pers. House Report No. 898. Report on the
collection of certain erroneous payments of that that committee had examined and disposition of certain papers of sundry ex
water rents in the District of Columbia; to ecutive departments. Ordered to be printed. found truly enrolled bills of the House
the Committee on the District of Columbia.
Mr. MORRISON: Committee on Post Office of the following titles, which were there
By Mr. EDWARDS: and Civil Service. H.R. 8986. A bill to adjust upon signed by the Speaker:
H. Con. Res. 235. Concurrent resolution the rates of basic compensation of certain
relative to planning for peace; to the ComH.R. 2073. An act to authorize the Sec- officers and employees in the Federal Gov
mittee on Foreign Affairs. retary of the Interior to convey certain sub- ernment, and for other purposes; without
By Mr. SMITH of California: merged lands to the Governments of Guam, amendment (Rept. No. 899). Referred to H. Con. Res. 236. Concurrent resolution exthe Virgin Islands, and American Samoa, the Committee of the Whole House on the and for other purposes;
pressing the sense of the Congress that the State of the Union.
President should instruct the U.S. mission H.R. 3488. An act to provide for the strik
to the United Nations to bring the Baltic ing of medals in commemoration of the 150th
States question before that body with a anniversary of the statehood of the State of Indiana;
view to obtaining the withdrawal of Soviet PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
troops from Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia; H.R. 5244. An act to modify the project
Under clause 4 of rule XXII, public the return of exiles from these nations from on the Mississippi River at Muscatine, Iowa, bills and resolutions were introduced
slave-labor camps in the Soviet Union; and to permit the use of certain property for and severally referred as follows:
the conduct of free elections in these napublic park purposes; and
tions; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. H.R. 7193. An act to provide for the strik
By Mr. GRABOWSKI: ing of medals in commemoration of the H.R. 9104. A bill to provide Federal assist50th anniversary of the founding of the first ance for projects which will demonstrate or
PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS union health center in the United States by develop techniques and practices leading to the International Ladies' Garment Workers' improved methods of education of students
Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private Union.
with epilepsy in public and private schools bills and resolutions were introduced and
By Mr. CAREY:
H.R. 9115. A bill for the relief of Georgious
Kaloides; to the Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Speaker, I Social Security Act to extend the period move that the House do now adjourn.
By Mr. EDWARDS: within which (in certain cases) the adop H.R. 9116. A bill for the relief of Prof. and The motion was agreed to; accordingly tion of a child by the surviving spouse of Mrs. Evangelos Moustakas; to the Committee (at 5 o'clock and 9 minutes p.m.) the an insured individual will entitle such child on the Judiciary.
By Mr. FASCELL:
from the State of Montana, to perform the Hostetler, Col. Robert Louis Stevenson, H.R. 9117. A bill for the relief of Dr. Rafael duties of the Chair during my absence. and Col. Thomas Roberts White, all of L. Fernandez Rivas; to the Committee on
the Adjutant General's Corps, for apthe Judiciary.
President pro tempore.
pointment as Reserve commissioned offiBy Mr. McDADE: H.R. 9118. A bill for the relief of Ernest J.
Mr. METCALF thereupon took the cers of the Army in the grade of major Carlin; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
chair as Acting President pro tempore. general, which nominating messages By Mr. STINSON:
were referred to the Committee on H.R. 9119. A bill for the relief of Agaram
(For nominations this day received, Judiciary.
On request of Mr. MANSFIELD, and by see the end of Senate proceedings.) unanimous consent, the reading of the
Journal of the proceedings of Tuesday,
EXECUTIVE REPORTS OF COM-
MITTEES 450. The SPEAKER presented a petition
The following favorable reports of of Charles W. Winegarner, legislative secre MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENT nominations submitted: tary, Citizens Congressional Committee, Los Angeles, Calif., to take the initial steps nec
By Mr. JOHNSTON, from the Committee
Messages in writing from the Presiessary to bring about an amendment to the
on Post Office and Civil Service: dent of the United States were comConstitution of the United States which will municated to the Senate by Mr. Miller,
One hundred and sixty-six postmaster
nominations. forever guarantee the protection of our one of his secretaries.
By Mr. MAGNUSON, from the Committee Christian traditions and the right of our
on Commerce: people to pray and honor Holy Scripture
Otto E. Graham, Jr., to be a member of in their institutions, which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE the permanent commissioned teaching staff
of the Coast Guard Academy, as an associate ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED
professor with the grade of commander; and A message from the House of Repre William R. Gill, and sundry other persons, SENATE
sentatives, by Mr. Bartlett, one of its for appointment in the U.S. Coast Guard. reading clerks, announced that the
The ACTING PRESIDENT pro temWEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1963
Speaker had affixed his signature to the pore. If there be no further reports of
following enrolled bills, and they were committees, the nomination on the Ex(Legislative day of Tuesday,
signed by the Acting President pro tem- ecutive Calendar will be stated. October 22, 1963)
pore: The Senate met at 12 o'clock meridian, tary of the Interior to convey certain sub
H.R. 2073. An act to authorize the Secreon the expiration of the recess, and was
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION merged lands to the governments of Guam, called to order by Hon. LEE METCALF, a the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa, and The Chief Clerk read the nomination Senator from the State of Montana. for other purposes;
of Philip Elman, of Maryland, to be a The Chaplain, Rev. Frederick Brown H.R. 3488. An act to provide for the strik- Federal Trade Commissioner for the term Harris, D.D., offered the following ing of medals in commemoration of the 150th of 7 years, from September 26, 1963. prayer:
anniversary of the statehood of the State of
The ACTING PRESIDENT pro temEternal God, in whose peace our rest H.R. 5244. An act to modify the project on pore. Without objection, the nominaless spirits are quieted: From the flicker- the Mississippi River at Muscatine, Iowa, to tion is confirmed. ing torches of our own understanding, permit the use of certain property for public Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, I
ask unanimous consent that the Presiinto Thy holy light we would lift the dif- park purposes; and ficult decisions of the public service
H.R. 7193. An act to provide for the strik- dent be immediately notified of the conwhich are focused within these walls. In anniversary of the founding of the first union
ing of medals in commemoration of the 50th firmation of this nomination. the brooding silence of this still moment health center in the United States by the
The ACTING PRESIDENT pro temmay the open windows of faith flood our International Ladies' Garment Workers' pore. Without objection, the President darkness with the radiance of the eter
will be notified forthwith. nal, that in Thy sunshine's blaze this toiling day may brighter, fairer be. We give Thee thanks for all interpreTRANSACTION OF ROUTINE
LEGISLATIVE SESSION ters of Thy mind who, with brush or pen
On motion of Mr. MANSFIELD, the Senor winged words, bring even one more
On request of Mr. MANSFIELD, and by ate resumed the consideration of legissyllable of reality, one more gleam of the unanimous consent, it was ordered that lative business. truth which makes men free. Clothe our failing flesh with Thy renewingments limited to 3 minutes.
there be a morning hour, with stategrace, as now we bring our incomplete
CONGRATULATIONS TO NATIONAL ness to Thy completeness. Grant us in
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND THE ner greatness of spirit and clearness of
EXECUTIVE SESSION vision to meet and match the large de
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL signs of this glorious and challenging Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, I Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, I day, that we may keep step with the move that the Senate proceed to the con- move that the Senate proceed to the condrumbeat of Thy truth which is march- sideration of executive business, to con- sideration of Calendar No. 619, Senate ing on.
sider the nomination on the Executive Resolution 218. In the dear Redeemer's name we pray. Calendar.
The motion was agreed to; and the Amen.
The motion was agreed to; and the resolution (S. Res. 218) conveying to the Senate proceeded to the consideration of National Academy of Sciences and the executive business.
National Research Council congratulaDESIGNATION OF ACTING PRESI
tions for its contributions to science and DENT PRO TEMPORE
technology was considered and agreed The legislative clerk read the follow EXECUTIVE MESSAGE REFERRED to, as follows: ing letter: U.S. SENATE, The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tem
Resolved, That the Senate hereby joins PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE,
with the President and people of our Napore laid before the Senate messages from the President of the United States of Sciences and the National Research Coun
tion in conveying to the National Academy Washington, D.C., November 13, 1963. To the Senate:
submitting sundry nominations, and cil of such Academy congratulations and apBeing temporarily absent from the Sen- withdrawing the nominations of Col. Al- preciation for the many outstanding conate, I appoint Hon. LEE METCALF, a Senator fred Carlisle Harrison, Col. Erwin Case tributions made by the Academy during the
past one hundred years, and in expressing high confidence that the Academy will continue to serve the best interests of this country and all mankind.
The preamble was agreed to.
Committee on Reduction of Nonessential they totaled $13,756,165,745, a net decrease
modities and materials which are shown in The cost value of materials in inventories tables 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, but the cost value covered in this report, as of July 1, 1963, to figures are summarized by major category, taled $13,821,993,372, and as of July 31, 1963, as follows:
Summary of cost value of stockpile inventories by major category
TRANSACTION OF ROUTINE
BUSINESS The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore. Under the order previously entered, morning business is in order.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
Strategic and critical materials:
$5, 816, 508, 200 $5, 813,052, 400 -$3,455, 800 The following reports of committees Defense Production Act
1, 499, 504, 900 1, 496, 434, 900 -3, 070, 000 were submitted: Supplemental-barter.
1, 338, 072, 033 1, 340, 697, 172 +2, 625, 139 By Mr. MAGNUSON, from the Committee Total, strategic and critical materials 1.
8, 654, 085, 133 8, 650, 184, 472 -3, 900, 661 on Appropriations, with amendments: H.R. 8747. An act making appropriations
4, 715, 435, 333 4, 652, 255, 144 -63, 180, 189 for sundry independent executive bureaus, Inventory transferred from national stockpile 1.
127, 608, 991 126, 990, 583 -618, 408 boards, commissions, corporations, agencies, and offices, for the fiscal year ending June 30, Total, agricultural commodities 1
4, 843, 144, 324 4,779, 245, 727 -63, 798, 597 1964, and for other purposes (Rept. No. 641). Civil defense supplies and equipment: By Mr. JOHNSTON, from the Committee Civil defense stockpile, Department of Defense...
36, 568, 627 35, 470, 752 -1,097, 875 on Post Office and Civil Service, with
Civil defense medical stockpile, Department of Health, Eduamendments: cation, and Welfare..
187, 671, 055 189, 727, 955 +2,056, 900 S. 1561. A bill to amend the Federal EmTotal, civil defense supplies and equipment...
224, 239, 682_225, 198, 707
+959, 025 ployees Health Benefits Act of 1959 (Rept. No. 642).
2, 208, 600 2, 208, 600
90, 108, 500 90, 108, 500 on Banking and Currency, without amendment: Total, machine tools.
92, 317, 100 92, 317, 100 S.J. Res. 129. Joint resolution to amend Helium.---
8, 307, 133 9, 219, 739 +912, 606 section 702 of the Housing Act of 1954 to increase the amount available to the Hous Total, all inventories.
13, 821, 993, 372 13,756, 165, 745 -65, 827, 627 ing and Home Finance Administrator for advances for planned public works (Rept. No. 1 Cotton inventory valued at $128,409,100 withdrawn from the national stockpile and transferred to Commodity 643).
Credit Corporation for disposal, pursuant to Public Law 87-548, during August 1962.
Detailed tables in this report show each terms of quantity as of the end of the REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE ON commodity, by the major categories sum month).
REDUCTION OF NONESSENTIAL marized above, in terms of quantity and Table 2: Agricultural commodities invenFEDERAL EXPENDITURES-FED
cost value as of the beginning and end of tories, July 1963 (showing by commodity net ERAL STOCKPILE INVENTORIES quisitions, disposals, and accounting and the month. Net change figures reflect ac changes during the month in terms of cost
value and quantity). Mr. BYRD of Virginia. Mr. President, other adjustments during the month.
Table 3: Civil defense supplies and equipas chairman of the Joint Committee on The cost value figures represent generally ment inventories, July 1963 (showing by item Reduction of Nonessential Federal Ex
the original acquisition cost of the commodi net changes during the month in terms of penditures, I submit a report on Federal tions, together with certain packaging, procties delivered to permanent storage loca
cost value and quantity).
Table 4: Machine tools inventories, July stockpile inventories as of July 1963. I essing, upgrading, et cetera, costs as car
1963 (showing by item net changes during ask unanimous consent to have the reried in agency inventory accounts. Quan
the month in terms of cost value and quanport printed in the RECORD, together with tities are stated in the designated stockpile
tity). a statement by me.
Table 5: Helium inventories, July 1963 unit of measure. There being no objection, the report
(showing by item net changes during the
Appendix A to this report, beginning on month in terms of cost value and quantity). and statement were ordered to be printed page 19, includes program descriptions and in the RECORD, as follows: statutory citations pertinent to each stock
New stockpile objectives
The Office of Emergency Planning is in FEDERAL STOCKPILE INVENTORIES, JULY 1963 pile inventory within the major categories.
the process of establishing new objectives for INTRODUCTION The stockpile inventories covered by the
strategic and critical materials. Table 1 of This is the 44th in a series of monthly rereport are tabulated in detail as follows:
this report reflects the new objectives for ports on Federal stockpile inventories. It is Table 1: Strategic and critical materials
12 materials. for the month of July 1963.
inventories (all grades), July 1963 (show Appendix B contains excerpts from the The report is compiled from official data ing by commodity net changes during the Office of Emergency Planning statement seton quantities and cost value of commodities month in terms of cost value and quantity, ting forth the new policy with respect to obin these stockpiles submitted to the Joint and excesses over maximum objectives in jectives for strategic and critical materials.
TABLE 1.-Strategic and critical materials inventories (all grades), June 1963 (showing by commodity net changes during the month in terms
of cost value and quantity, and excesses over maximum objectives in terms of quantity as of the end of the month)
Table 1.--Strategic and critical materials inventories (all grades), June 1963 (showing by commodity net changes during the month in terms
of cost value and quantity, and excesses over maximum objectives in terms of quantity as of the end of the month) —Continued
Aluminum oxide, fused, crude:
TABLE 1.--Strategic and critical materials inventories (all grades), June 1963 (showing by commodity net changes during the month in terms
of cost value and quantity, and excesses over maximum objectives in terms of quantity as of the end of the month)-Continued
National stockpile. Colemanite:
National stockpile.--Cordage fibers, sisal:
National stockpile. Corundum:
National stockpile.. Cryolite:
Defense Production Act..
National stockpile. Feathers and down: