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Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, I Senator from South Dakota [Mr. with the chairman. I made an address ask unanimous consent that my previous [MCGOVERN) would each vote “nay." on this amendment on the 23d of August. unanimous-consent request be vitiated On this vote, the Senator from Loui- It appears in the RECORD. The amendand that the order for the yeas and nays siana [Mr. ELLENDER] is paired with the ment deals with the claims of certain be rescinded. I will offer it later, if a Senator from California [Mr. ENGLE). Yugoslav widows and orphans, who were sufficient number of Senators are not If present and voting, the Senator from
If present and voting, the Senator from not citizens of the United States at the then present.
Louisiana would vote “yea," and the time their property was confiscated in The PRESIDING OFFICER. Without Senator from California would vote Yugoslavia. The chairman has agreed objection, it is so ordered. “nay.”
to take the amendment to conference. Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, I On this vote, the Senator from Loui- Therefore, I see no virtue in discussing suggest the absence of a quorum.
siana (Mr. LONG] is paired with the Sen it further, in view of the fact that it The PRESIDING OFFICER. The ator from Washington [Mr. JACKSON]. has been considered by the committee clerk will call the roll.
If present and voting, the Senator from and because I addressed myself to it on The legislative clerk proceeded to call Louisiana would vote "yea," and the
Louisiana would vote "yea," and the the floor. The amendment is identified the roll.
Senator from Washington would vote as Amendment No. 236. Mr. MANSFIELD. Mr. President, I “nay."
The PRESIDING OFFICER. The ask unanimous consent that the order On this vote, the Senator from Mis- amendment will be stated. for the quorum call may be rescinded. sissippi [Mr. STENNIS] is paired with the The LEGISLATIVE CLERK. On page 48,
The PRESIDING OFFICER. With Senator from Florida [Mr. SMATHERS]. strike out the quotation marks at the out objection, it is so ordered.
If present and voting, the Senator from end of line 3, and between lines 3 and 4 Mr. MORSE. Mr. President, I am Mississippi would vote "yea,” and the insert the following: glad to accommodate the Senator from Senator from Florida would vote “nay."
(k) No assistance shall be furnished unIowa [Mr. MILLER). I believe his pro Mr. KUCHEL. I announce that the
der this Act to the Government of the Fedposal is sound.
Senators from Nebraska [Mr. CURTIS and eral Peoples Republic of Yugoslavia unless I modify my amendment by deleting Mr. HRUSKA) are absent on official busi and until the President determines that such the interest section, lines 24 and 25 on ness.
Government has made an acceptable arpage 2, plus lines 1 and 2 on page 3. The Senator from Kentucky [Mr. MOR- rangement for the payment of claims arising The PRESIDING OFFICER. The TON] is necessarily absent.
out of the nationalization or other taking
by such Government of property of persons Senator from Oregon has a right to If present and voting, the Senator from
who are citizens of the United States on the modify his amendment. Nebraska [Mr. HRUSKA) would vote"yea."
date of enactment of this Act, in any case Mr. DIRKSEN. Mr. President, a par On this vote, the Senator from Ne in which (1) such persons were not citizens liamentary inquiry.
braska [Mr. CURTIS] is paired with the of the United States on the date of such The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Kentucky [Mr. MORTON]. nationalization or other taking, or (2) such Senator from Illinois will state it. If present and voting, the Senator from
nationalization or other taking occurred Mr. DIRKSEN. What is the pending Nebraska would vote "yea," and the Sen- subsequent to July 19, 1948. question?
ator from Kentucky would vote "nay.” The PRESIDING OFFICER. The The PRESIDING OFFICER. The
The result was announced-yeas 29, question is on agreeing to the amendquestion is on agreeing to the amend- nays 56, as follows:
ment offered by the Senator from Illiment of the Senator from Oregon [Mr.
[No. 234 Leg.]
nois to the committee amendment in the MORSE], as modified, to the committee
nature of a substitute. amendment in the nature of a substi Allott
The amendment to the amendment tute, as amended.
was agreed to.
Mr. MORSE. I now offer my last
Jordan, N.C. Symington unanimous consent that the yeas and Burdick Jordan. Idaho Talmadge
amendment. Following a vote on it, I nays be ordered on the Morse amend
Byrd, Va. McClellan Thurmond am perfectly willing to vote on the bill.
I cannot imagine anything more that I
Yarborough can say in opposition to the bill than I The PRESIDING OFFICER. The
have already said. Therefore I have no question is on agreeing to the amend
intention of speaking on the bill after ment of the Senator from Oregon [Mr.
third reading. Undoubtedly other Sen-
Monroney MORSE], as modified, to the committee Bayh
ators will wish to address themselves to
Hickenlooper Moss amendment, in the nature of a substi Boggs
the bill, or offer amendments. tute, as amended.
This is my last amendment. It is a Byrd, W. Va. Humphrey Neuberger On this question the yeas and nays
very important amendment, and SenaCannon Inouye
Pastore have been ordered, and the clerk will Carlson
tors ought to have an opportunity to Case
Keating call the roll.
vote on it. The amendment is the origiChurch
nal House bill (H.R. 7885), a substitute Mr. HUMPHREY. I announce that
for the pending committee amendment Dirksen
Long, Mo. Saltonstall the Senator from New Mexico [Mr. An- Dominick
in the nature of a substitute. Lest SenMansfield Scott
ators think that it is subject to a point DERSON), the Senator from Louisiana Douglas
McCarthy Smith [Mr. ELLENDER], the Senator from Ten
of order, I inform them that I have Fong
McIntyre Williams, N.J. cleared it with the Parliamentarian. I nessee [Mr. GORE), the Senator from Fulbright McNamara Young, N. Dak.
have stricken the administrative proviWashington [Mr. JACKSON], the Senator Hart
Mechem from Louisiana [Mr. LONG], the Senator
sions in the bill at page 21 and 22. I
have also stricken, on page 12, language from Washington [Mr. MAGNUSON), the Anderson Hruska
Morton Senator from South Dakota
having to do with the junta resolution. Jackson
I send the amendment to the desk. It MCGOVERN], the Senator from Florida Engle
Magnuson Walters [Mr. SMATHERS], the Senator from Mis- Gore
McGovern Young, Ohio
speaks for itself. It gives Senators an sissippi [Mr. STENNIS], the Senator from
opportunity to vote on the House bill. I
So Mr. MORSE's amendment, as modiTennessee [Mr. WALTERS], and the Sena- fied, to the committee amendment in
ask for the yeas and nays. tor from Ohio [Mr. YOUNG] are absent on the nature of a substitute, was rejected.
The yeas and nays were ordered. official business.
The PRESIDING OFFICER. Without Mr. FULBRIGHT. Mr. President, I I also announce that the Senator from move that the Senate reconsider the vote
objection, the amendment will be printed California [Mr. ENGLE] is absent because by which the amendment was rejected. in the RECORD at this point. of illness.
Mr. HUMPHREY. I move to lay that
The amendment, which was ordered I further announce that, if present and motion on the table.
to be printed in the RECORD, is to insert voting, the Senator from New Mexico The motion to lay on the table was the following in lieu of the committee [Mr. ANDERSON), the Senator from Ten agreed to.
amendment: nessee [Mr. GORE), the Senator from Mr. DIRKSEN. Mr. President, I have That this Act may be cited as the “Foreign Washington [Mr. MAGNUSON), and the an amendment which I have discussed Assistance Act of 1963".
whether financing could be obtained in whole Of the sums authorized to be appropriated Chapter 1- Policy
or in part from other free-world sources on under this subsection, not to exceed $2,200,SEC. 101. Chapter 1 of part I of the Foreign within the United States, (2) the economic
reasonable terms, including private sources 000 shall be available for direct dollar costs Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, is hereby and technical soundness of the activity to be
in carrying out subsection (b) and $2,000,000
shall be available solely for the purchase of redesignated "POLICY" and section 101, which
financed, including the capacity of the foreign currencies accruing to the United relates to short title, is hereby deleted.
recipient country to repay the loan at a States Government under any Act." SEC. 102. Section 102 of the Foreign As
reasonable rate of interest,". sistance Act of 1961, as amended, which re
Title III-Investment Guaranties (b) Strike out "and" at the end of clause lates to statement of policy, is amended as (5).
SEC. 108. Title III of chapter 2 of part I follows:
(c) Insert immediately before the period
of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as (a) In the last sentence of the seventh paragraph, strike out "should emphasize lowing: “, and (7) the economic developat the end of such second sentence the fol
amended, which relates to investment guar
anties, is amended as follows: long-range development assistance" and insert in lieu thereof “shall emphasize long- plans should specifically provide for appro
(a) Amend section 221(b), which relates ment plans of the requesting country, which
to general authority, as follows: range development assistance". priate participation by private enterprise
(1) In the first sentence after "wholly (b) Immediately after the seventh paraand include an analysis of current human
owned" insert "(determined without regard graph, insert the following: and material resources, together with a pro
to any shares, in aggregate less than 5 per "The Congress further declares that, in
centum of the total of issued and subscribed jection of the ultimate objectives of the order to assure that each program of assist- plans with respect to the overall economic
share capital, required by law to be held by ance under this part is administered in such
persons other than the parent corporation)". development of such country". a manner as will most effectively carry out
SEC. 104. Section 202(a) of the Foreign
(2) In paragraph (1) strike out "$1,300,the policies stated in this section, each re
000,000" in the proviso and substitute Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which quest for authorization of funds for such
"$2,500,000,000". relates to authorizations for the Developprogram shall be accompanied by a detailed ment Loan Fund, is amended by inserting
(3) In paragraph (2) strike out “$180,statement setting forth
000,000” in the third proviso and substitute immediately before the period at the end "(1) the purposes of such program,
“$300,000,000". thereof the following: “: Provided further, "(2) the specific objectives of such pro- That, in order to effectuate the purposes
(4) In paragraph (2) strike out "1964" in gram and
the fourth proviso and substitute "1965". and provisions of sections 102, 201, 601, and “(3) the priorities assigned to such pur602 of this Act, not less than 50 per centum
(b) Amend section 222(a), which relates poses and objectives, of the funds appropriated pursuant to this
to general provisions, by striking out "secwhich will be adhered to in the administra subsection for the fiscal years ending June
tion 221(b)" and substituting "sections tion of such program." 30, 1965, and June 30, 1966, respectively,
221 (b) and 224". shall be available only for loans made for (c) The eighth paragraph is amended to
(c) Amend section 222(b), which relates read as follows: purposes of economic development through
to general provisions, by striking out "sec"It is the sense of the Congress that in private enterprise".
tion 221(b)” in both places it appears and the administration of these funds great at
Sec. 105. Section 201(d) of the Foreign substituting "sections 221(b) and 224". tention and consideration should be given Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which (d) Amend section 222(d), which relates to to those countries which share the view of relates to interest rates on development general provisions, to read as follows: the United States on the world crisis and loans, is amended by inserting immediately “(d) Any payments made to discharge which do not, as a result of United States after “in no event" the following: "less than liabilities under guaranties issued under assistance, divert their own economic re 2 per centum per annum nor”.
sections 221(b) and 224 of this part, sections sources to military or propaganda efforts
SEC. 106. Section 202(a), which relates to 202(b) and 413(b) (4) of the Mutual Security directed against the United States or against authorization, is amended by striking out Act of 1954, as amended, and section 111(b) other countries receiving aid under this Act,
"and $1,500,000,000 for each of the next four (3) of the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, whether or not such efforts are supported
succeeding fiscal years," and inserting in lieu as amended (exclusive of informational by the Soviet Union or Communist China.” thereof “, $1,500,000,000 for the fiscal year media guaranties), shall be paid first out of (d) Immediately after the tenth para
1963, $900,000,000 for the fiscal year 1964, fees referred to in section 222(b) as long as graph insert the following: and $1,500,000,000 for each of the next two such fees are available, and thereafter shall
be paid out of funds, if any, realized from "It is the sense of the Congress that, in the succeeding fiscal years,”.
the sale of currencies or other assets acquired administration of programs of assistance Title II—Development Grants and Technical under chapter 2 of this part, every possible
in connection with any payments made to
discharge liabilities under such guaranties as precaution should be taken to assure that SEC. 107. Title II of chapter 2 of part I of
long as such funds are available, and theresuch assistance is not diverted to short-term the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as
after shall be paid out of funds heretofore emergency purposes (such as budgetary pur- amended, which relates to development poses, balance-of-payments purposes, or mili
appropriated for the purpose of discharging grants and technical cooperation, is amended liabilities under the aforementioned guarantary purposes) or any other purpose not as follows:
ties, and thereafter out of funds realized essential to the long-range economic de
(a) Section 211(a), which relates to gen
from the sale of notes issued under section velopment of recipient countries. It is eral authority, is amended further the sense of the Congress that short
413(b) (4) (F) of the Mutual Security (1) by striking out "and" at the end of
Act term emergency purposes such as those re
of 1954, as amended, and section clause (5) contained in the second sentence
111(c)(2) of the Economic Cooperation Act ferred to in the preceding sentence should thereof; and
of 1948, as amended, and finally out of funds be met, to the extent possible, through inter (2) by inserting immediately before the
hereafter nade available pursuant to secnational institutions (such as the Interperiod at the end of the second sentence tion 222(f)." national Monetary Fund) which are equipped the following: ", and (7) whether such to condition assistance on immediate eco
(e) Amend section 222(e), which relates activity could be financed through a developnomic and monetary reform."
to general provisions, to read as follows: ment loan available under title I of this (e) The first sentence of the last para- chapter".
"(e) All guaranties issued prior to July 1, graph is amended by inserting "(including
1956, all guaranties issued under sections
(b) In section 212, which relates to auprivate enterprise within such countries)” thorization, strike out “1963” and “$300,
202(b) and 413(b) (4) of the Mutual Secuimmediately after "countries”. 000,000" and substitute "1964” and “$217,
rity Act of 1954, as amended, and all guar
anties heretofore or hereafter issued pursuant (f) Immediately after the first sentence 000,000", respectively.
to this title shall be considered contingent of the last paragraph insert the following (c) Amend section 214, which relates to new sentence: "In particular, the Congress American schools and hospitals abroad, as
obligations backed by the full faith and
credit of the Government of the United urges that other industrialized free-world follows: countries increase their contributions and
States of America. Funds heretofore obli
(1) In subsection (a) strike out "use, in improve the forms and terms of their as addition to other funds available for such
gated under the aforementioned guaranties sistance so that the burden of the common purposes, funds made available for the pur
(exclusive of informational media guaranundertaking, which is for the benefit of all, poses of section 211 for" and substitute the
ties) together with the other funds made shall be equitably borne by all." word "furnish”.
available for the purposes of this title shall (2) In subsection (b) strike out "to use"
constitute a single reserve for the payment of Chapter 2-Development assistance and "foreign currencies accruing to the
claims in accordance with section 222(d) of Title I-Development Loan Fund United States Government under any Act,
this part." SEC. 103. The second sentence of section for purposes of subsection (a) of this sec
(f) Amend section 222 by adding at the 201(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of tion and for" and substitute “to furnish" be end thereof the following new subsection: 1961, as amended, which relates to considera- fore the word “assistance".
“(g) In making a determination to issue a tions to be taken into account in making (3) Add the following new subsection: guaranty under section 221(b), the Presiloans from the Development Loan Fund, is "(c) There is hereby authorized to be ap
dent shall consider the possible adverse efamended as follows:
propriated to the President for the purposes fect of the dollar investment under such (a) Strike out clauses (1) and (2) and of this section, for the fiscal year 1964, $12, guaranty upon the balance of payments of insert in lieu thereof the following: "(1) 000,000, to remain available until expended. the United States."
(g) Amend section 224, which relates to such fiscal year, which sums” and substitute ernment has taken appropriate steps accordhousing projects in Latin American coun "fiscal year 1964" and "$1,000,000,000, ing to international law standards to return tries, as follows: which”, respectively.
to United States citizens, and to entities not (1) In subsection (b) strike out "$60, (b) In section 510(a), which relates to less than 50 per centum beneficially owned 000,000" and substitute “$150,000,000". special authority, strike out “1963" in the by United States citizens, or to provide (2) Strike out subsection (c),
first and second sentences and substitute equitable compensation to such citizens and Title VI--Alliance for Progress "1964".
entities for property taken from such citizens SEC. 109. Title VI of chapter 2 of part I following new section:
(c) At the end of such chapter, add the and entities on or after January 1, 1959, by
the Government of Cuba. of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as
"SEC. 512. RESTRICTIONS ON MILITARY AID “(3) No funds authorized to be made amended, which relates to the Alliance for
TO AFRICA.—No military assistance shall be available under this Act (except under secProgress, is amended as follows:
furnished on a grant basis to any country tion 214) shall be used to furnish assistance (a) Amend section 251, which relates to
in Africa, except for internal security re to any country which has failed to take apgeneral authority, as follows: (1) In subsection (b), amend the next to quirements or for programs described in
propriate steps, not later than 60 days after section 505(b) of this chapter." the last sentence thereof by inserting im
the date of enactment of the Foreign Asmediately after "reasonable terms" the fol
sistance Act of 1963— lowing: "(including private sources within
Chapter 1-General provisions
“(A) to prevent ships or aircraft under its the United States), the capacity of the re Sec. 301. Section 601(b) of the Foreign registry from transporting to Cuba (other
than cipient country to repay the loan at a Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which
to United States installations in reasonable rate of interest,".
Cuba) relates to encouragement of private enter(2) In subsection (e) strike out "eco prise, is amended as follows:
“(i) any items of economic assistance, nomical” and substitute "economically”. (a) Strike out "and" at the end of para
“(ii) any items which are, for the pur(3) In subsection (f) strike out "Agency graph (3).
poses of title I of the Mutual Defense Asfor International Development” and substi
(b) Strike out the period at the end of sistance Control Act of 1951, as amended, tute "agency primarily responsible for ad- paragraph (4) and insert in lieu thereof a arms, ammunition and implements of war, ministering part I". semicolon.
atomic energy materials, petroleum, trans(b) Section 252, which relates to author (c) At the end thereof add the following portation materials of strategic value, or ization, is amended as follows: new paragraphs:
items of primary strategic significance used (1) In the first sentence, strike out "fiscal “(5) utilize, wherever practicable, the in the production of arms, ammunition, and years 1963 through 1966, not to exceed services of United States private enterprise implements of war, or $600,000,000 for each such fiscal year” and (including, but not limited to, the services “(iii) any other equipment, materials, or insert in lieu thereof "fiscal years 1963, of experts and consultants in technical fields commodities, 1965, and 1966, not to exceed $600,000,000 for such as engineering); and
so long as Cuba is governed by the Castro each such fiscal year, and for use beginning
“(6) take appropriate steps to discourage regime; and in the fiscal year 1964, not to exceed nationalization, expropriation, confiscation, “(B) to prevent ships or aircraft under its $450,000,000,".
seizure of ownership or control of private registry from transporting any equipment, (2) Immediately after "1963" the second investment and discriminatory or other ac materials, or commodities from Cuba (other time it appears therein, insert the following: tions having the effect thereof, undertaken than from United States installations in "and not to exceed $100,000,000 of the funds by countries receiving assistance under this Cuba) so long as Cuba is governed by the appropriated pursuant to this section for use Act, which divert available resources essen Castro regime." beginning in fiscal year 1964.".
tial to create new wealth, employment, and SEC. 305. Section 620(e) of the Foreign (C) Section 252, which relates to author productivity in those countries and otherwise Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which ization, is amended by adding at the end impair the climate for new private invest relates to suspension of assistance, is amendthereof the following new sentence: "In ment essential to the stable economic growth ed as follows: order to effectuate the purposes and pro and development of those countries."
(a) In clause (2), immediately after "opvisions of sections 102, 251, 601, and 602 of SEC. 302. Section 611(b) of the Foreign erational conditions,”, insert “or has taken this Act, not less than 50 per centum of the Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which other actions,”. loan funds appropriated pursuant to this relates to completion of plans and cost esti
(b) Strike out "equitable and speedy comsection for the fiscal years ending June 30, mates, is amended by striking out "circular pensation for such property in convertible 1965, and June 30, 1966, respectively, shall be A-47 of the Bureau of the Budget” and sub foreign exchange” and insert in lieu thereof available only for loans made for purposes of stituting “the Memorandum of the President “speedy compensation for such property in economic development through private dated May 15, 1962”.
convertible foreign exchange equivalent to enterprise."
SEC. 303. Section 611, of the Foreign Assist
the full value thereof". Chapter 3—International organizations and ance Act of 1961, as amended, which relates
SEC. 306. Section 620(f) of the Foreign programs to completion of plans and cost estimates, is
Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which SEC. 110. Section 302 of the Foreign Assistamended by adding to the end thereof the
relates to prohibitions against furnishing ance Act of 1961, as amended, which relates following subsection:
certain assistance to Communist countries, to international organizations and programs,
“(e) The President shall establish such
is amended by inserting immediately before is amended by striking out “1963” and
procedures as he may deem necessary to the period after “Union of Soviet Socialist "$148.900,000” and substituting "1964" and
assure to the maximum extent practicable all Republics" the following: "(including its "$136,050,000", respectively. contracts for construction outside the United
captive constituent republics)". States made in connection with any agreeChapter 4-Supporting assistance
SEC. 307. Section 620 of the Foreign Asment or grant subject to subsection (a) of SEC. 111. Section 402 of the Foreign As
sistance Act of 1961, as amended, which rethis section shall be made in accordance with sistance Act of 1961, as amended, which re the same standards applicable to contracts assistance to Cuba and certain other coun
lates to prohibitions against furnishing lates to supporting assistance, is amended made by the Federal Government for similar by striking out “1963” and “$415,000,000"
tries, is amended by adding at the end construction within the United States.” and substituting "1964” and “$380,000,000", SEC. 304. Section 620(a) of the Foreign
thereof the following new subsections: respectively. Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which
“(i) No assistance shall be provided under
this or any other Act, and no sales shall be Chapter 5-Contingency fund
relates to prohibitions against furnishing Sec. 112. Section 451 of the Foreign Asassistance to Cuba, is amended as follows:
made under the Agricultural Trade Developsistance Act of 1961, as amended, which re
(a) Insert “(1)” immediately after “(a)”; country which the President determines is
ment and Assistance Act of 1954, to any lates to the contingency fund, is amended
(b) Insert immediately after the second
engaging in or preparing for aggressive miliby striking out “1963” and “$300,000,000" sentence thereof the following new sentence:
tary efforts directed againstand inserting in lieu thereof “1964” and “No funds provided under this Act shall be used to make any voluntary contribution to
“(1) the United States, "$150,000,000", respectively. any international organization or program
country receiving assistance
under this or any other Act, or
"(3) any country to which sales are SEC. 201. Chapter 1 of part II of the For Cuba.”.
made under the Agricultural Trade Developeign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, is (c) At the end thereof add the following ment and Assistance Act of 1954, hereby redesignated “POLICY” and section new paragraphs:
until the President determines that such 501, which relates to short title, is hereby “(2) Except as may be deemed necessary military efforts or preparations have ceased deleted.
by the President in the interest of the United and he reports to the Congress that he has SEC. 202. Chapter 2 of part II of the For States, no assistance shall be furnished under received assurances satisfactory to him that eign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, this Act to any government of Cuba, nor shall
such military efforts or preparations will which relates to military assistance, is Cuba be entitled to receive any quota au not be renewed. This restriction may not be amended as follows:
thorizing the importation of Cuban sugar waived pursuant to any authority contained (a) In section 504(a), which relates to into the United States or to receive any other in this Act. authorization, strike out “the fiscal years benefit under any law of the United States, “(j) No assistance under this Act shall be 1962 and 1963” and “$1,700,000,000 for each until the President determines that such gov- furnished to Indonesia unless the President
determines that the furnishing of such as missions or staffs outside the United States SEC. 403. (a) Section 571(a) of the Foreign sistance is in the national interest of the established under this section."
Service Act of 1946, as amended, is amended United States. The President shall keep the (b) Amend section 635, which relates to by changing the final period to a colon and Foreign Relations Committee and the Appro general authorities, by adding the following adding the following: "Provided, That inpriations Committee of the Senate and the new subsection (k):
dividual cases when personally approved by Speaker of the House of Representatives “(k) Any cost-type contract or agreement the Secretary further extension may be fully and currently informed of any assist (including grants) entered into with a uni made." ance furnished to Indonesia under this Act. versity, college, or other educational institu (b) Section 911(2) of the Foreign Service
"(k) Until the enactment of the Foreign tion for the purpose of carrying out pro Act of 1946, as amended, is amended by inAssistance Act of 1964 or other general legis grams authorized by part I may provide for serting immediately after "on authorized lation, during the calendar year 1964, author the payment of the reimbursable indirect home leave;" the following: "accompanying izing additional appropriations to carry out costs of said university, college, or other him for representational purposes on auprograms of assistance under this Act, no educational institution on the basis of pre thorized travel within the country of his assistance shall be furnished under this Act determined fixed-percentage rates applied assignment or, at the discretion of the Secreto any country for construction of any pro to the total, or an element thereof, of the tary, outside the country of his assignment, ductive enterprise with respect to which the reimbursable direct costs incurred.”
but in no case to exceed one member of his aggregate value of such assistance to be fur (c) Amend section 636, which relates to family;". nished by the United States will exceed provisions on uses of funds, by adding at (c) Title IX of the Foreign Service Act of $100,000,000. No other provision of this Act the end thereof the following new subsec 1946, as amended, is amended by striking shall be construed to authorize the President tion:
out section 921(d), relating to use of Governto waive the provisions of this subsection, “(h) In carrying out programs under this ment vehicles, and by inserting immediate
“(1) No assistance shall be provided under Act, the President shall take all appropriate ly after section 913 thn following new secthis Act after December 31, 1964, to the gov steps to assure that, to the maximum extent tion: ernment of any less developed country which possible, (1) countries receiving assistance
“USE OF GOVERNMENT OWNED OR LEASED has failed to enter into an agreement with under this Act contribute local currencies
VEHICLES the President to institute the investment to meet the cost of contractual and other
"SEC. 914. Notwithstanding the provisions guaranty program under section 221(b) (1) services rendered in conjunction with such
of section 5 of the Act of July 16, 1914, as of this Act, providing protection against the programs, and (2) foreign currencies owned specific risks of inconvertibility under sub by the United States are utilized to meet
amended (5 U.S.C. 78), the Secretary may auparagraph (A), and expropriation or con the costs of such contractual and other
thorize any principal officer to approve the services." fiscation under subparagraph (B), of such
use of Government owned or leased vehicles section 221(b) (1).
(f) Amend section 637(a), which relates
located at his post for transportation of “(m) No assistance shall be furnished un
United States Government employees and to administrative expenses, by striking out der this Act for the construction or opera“1963" and "$53,000,000" and substituting
their dependents when public transportation
is unsafe or not available." tion of any productive enterprise in any "1964" and "$54,000,000", respectively.
(d) Title X of the Foreign Service Act of country unless the President determines that Chapter 3-Miscellaneous provisions similar productive enterprises within the
1946, as amended, is amended by adding at
SEC. 309. Section 644(f) of the Foreign the end thereof the following: United States are operating at a substantial
Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which portion of their capacity and that such as
PART -EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES relates to definition of defense services, is sistance will not result in depriving such amended by inserting "including orienta
"SEC. 1081. Whenever the Secretary deterUnited States enterprises of their reasontion" after “training" the first time it ap
mines that educational facilities are not able share of world markets. The President
available, or that existing educational facilipears. shall keep the Foreign Relations Committee
SEC. 310. Section 645 of the Foreign Assist
ties are inadequate, to meet the needs of and the Appropriations Committee of the ance Act of 1961, as amended, which relates
children of American citizens stationed outSenate and the Speaker of the House of to unexpended balances, is amended to read
side the United States engaged in carrying Representatives fully and currently informed as follows:
out Government activities, he is authorized, of assistance furnished under this Act for
"SEC. 645. UNEXPENDED BALANCES.--Unex
in such manner as he deems appropriate the construction or operation of productive
and under such regulations as he may preenterprises in all countries, including specif- pended balances of funds made available ically the numbers of such enterprises, the pursuant to this Act, the Mutual Security
scribe, to establish, operate, and maintain Act of 1954, as amended, or Public Law primary schools, and school dormitories and types of such enterprises, and the locations of such enterprises. 86–736 are hereby authorized to be con
related educational facilities for primary "(n) No assistance shall be furnished untinued available for the general purposes for
and secondary schools, outside the United der section 201, 211, or 251 of this Act to which appropriated, and may at any time be
States, or to make grants of funds for such consolidated, and, in addition, may be con
purposes, or otherwise provide for such eduthe government of any country which does solidated with appropriations made avail
cational facilities. The provisions of the not agree to permit such reviews, inspecable for the same general purposes under
Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, as tions, and audits by the United States as the authority of this Act.”
amended, and of paragraphs (h) and (i) of the President may require for the purpose
section 3 of the Act entitled 'An Act to proof ascertaining whether such assistance is
PART IV-AMENDMENTS TO OTHER LAWS
vide certain basic authority for the Departbeing administered within the recipient SEC. 401. The Act to provide for assistance ment of State', approved August 1, 1956 country to carry out the purposes for which in the development of Latin America and (5 U.S.C. 170h(h) and 170h(i)), may be utiit was furnished.”
in the reconstruction of Chile, and for other lized by the Secretary in providing assistance Chapter 2-Administrative provisions purposes (Public Law 86–735, 22 U.S.C. 1942
for educational facilities. Assistance may SEC. 308. Chapter 2 of part III of the Foret seq.), is amended as follows:
include, but shall not be limited to, hiring, eign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended,
(a) In section 2 strike out "$500,000,000" transporting, and payment of teachers and which relates to administrative provisions, and substitute “$700,000,000.”
other necessary personnel.” is amended as follows:
(b) Insert following the enacting clause SEC. 404. The Act entitled “An Act to pro(a) In section 631, which relates to mis
“That this Act may be cited as 'the Latin vide certain basic authority for the Departsions and staffs abroad, add the following American Development and Chilean Re ment of State", approved August 1, 1956 new subsection (c): construction Act'".
(5 U.S.C. 1700–170t), is amended by inserting "(c) The President may appoint any
SEC. 402. (a) Section 101(f) of the Agri- immediately after section 12 the following United States citizen who is not an em
cultural Trade Development and Assistance new section: ployee of the United States Government or Act of 1954, as amended, is amended to read
“SEC. 13. There is hereby established a may assign any United States citizen who as follows:
working capital fund for the Department is a United States Government employee to
“(f) obtain rates of exchange applicable to of State, which shall be available without serve as Chairman of the Development As
the sale of commodities under such agree fiscal year limitation, for expenses (includsistance Committee or any successor com
ments which are not less favorable than the ing those authorized by the Foreign Service mittee thereto of the Organization for Eco- highest of exchange rates legally obtainable Act of 1946, as amended) and equipment, nomic Cooperation and Development upon
from the Government or agencies thereof in necessary for maintenance and operation election thereto by members of said Com the respective countries.”
in the city of Washington and elsewhere of mittee, and, in his discretion, may terminate (b) Section 105 of such Act is amended (1) central reproduction, editorial, data such appointment or assignment, notwith- by adding at the end thereof the following processing, audiovisual, library and adminisstanding any other provision of law. Such new sentence: "The President shall utilize trative support services; (2) central supply person may receive such compensation and foreign currencies received pursuant to this services for supplies and equipment (includallowances as are authorized by the Foreign title in such manner as will, to the maxi ing repairs), and (3) such other adminisService Act of 1946, as amended, not to ex mum extent possible, reduce any deficit in trative services as the Secretary, with the ceed those authorized for a chief of mission, the balance of payments of the United approval of the Bureau of the Budget, declass 2, within the meaning of said Act, as States."
termines may be performed more advantathe President may determine. Such persons (c) Section 202 of such Act is amended geously and more economically as central may also, in the President's discretion, re by striking out "economic development" and services. The capital of the fund shall conceive any other benefits and perquisites inserting in lieu thereof "economic and com sist of the amount of the fair and reasonable available under this Act to chiefs of special munity development”.
value of such supply inventories, equipment,
and other assets and inventories on order, On this vote, the Senator from Alaska The motion to lay on the table was pertaining to the services to be carried on
[Mr. GRUENING] is paired with the Sena- agreed to. by the fund, as the Secretary may transfer
tor from Washington [Mr. JACKSON). If Mr. MILLER. Mr. President, I have to the fund, less the related liabilities and unpaid obligations, together with any appro
present and voting, the Senator from an amendment at the desk. I ask that priations made for the purpose of providing
Alaska would vote "yea" and the Sena- it be read. capital. Not to exceed $750,000 in net assets.
tor from Washington would vote “nay.” The PRESIDING OFFICER. The shall be transferred to the fund for purposes On this vote, the Senator from Loui- amendment will be stated. of providing capital. The fund shall be reim siana [Mr. LONG] is paired with the Sen The legislative clerk read as follows: bursed, or credited with advance payments, ator from Washington [Mr. MAGNUSON). On page 54, after line 4, it is proposed to from applicable appropriations and funds of
If present and voting, the Senator from insert the following: the Department of State, other Federal agen
Louisiana would vote "yea” and the Sen "SEC. 404. Section 2 of the Act of July 31, cies, and other sources authorized by law, for supplies and services at rates which will ator from Washington would vote anay.” 1945, as amended (22 U.S.C. 279a), is
amended by inserting after the words 'such approximate the expense of operations, in On this vote, the Senator from Missiscluding accrual of annual leave and depreciasippi (Mr. STENNIS] is paired with the exceed $5 million annually.””
sums' a comma and the following: 'not to tion of plant and equipment of the fund. Senator from Florida [Mr. SMATHERS]. The fund shall also be credited with other If present and voting, the Senator from Mr. MILLER. Mr. President, 2 years receipts from sale or exchange of property
Mississippi would vote "yea” and the ago, Congress removed the ceiling limior in payment for loss or damage to property Senator from Florida would vote "nay."
tation of $3 million annually for the held by the fund. There shall be transferred into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts,
On this vote, the Senator from Ten- U.S. contribution to the operations of as of the close of each fiscal year, earnings
nessee (Mr. WALTERS] is paired with the the Food and Agriculture Organization. which the Secretary determines to be excess Senator from New Jersey (Mr. WIL- The purpose of my amendment is to add to the needs of the fund. There is hereby LIAMS]. If present and voting, the Sen- to the bill a new section which would authorized to be appropriated such amounts ator from Tennessee would vote "yea” restore a limitation, not of $3 million, as may be necessary to provide capital for
and the Senator from New Jersey would but of $5 million. The reason is that the fund." vote “nay.”
if a limitation is not restored, I fear that SEC. 405. The first sentence of the first
Mr. KUCHEL. I announce that the
I announce that the this item will get out of control. I am section of the Act entitled "An Act to authorize participation by the United States in
Senators from Nebraska [Mr. CURTIS speaking particularly about the adminparliamentary conferences of the North Atand Mr. HRUSKA) are absent on official istrative situation, for that is what my
amendment relates to. It has nothing business. lantic Treaty Organization”, approved July 11, 1956 (70 Stat. 523), is amended to read The Senator from Kentucky [Mr. to do with the freedom-from-hunger as follows: "That not to exceed eighteen MORTON] is necessarily absent.
campaign of the Food and Agriculture Members of Congress shall be appointed to If present and voting, the Senator from Organization, to which we contributie meet jointly and annually with representative parliamentary groups from other NATO
Nebraska [Mr. HRUSKA] would vote many millions of dollars worth of our "yea."
surplus commodities. (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) mem
Since the removal of the dollar limitabers, for discussion of common problems in
On this vote, the Senator from Nethe interests of the maintenance of peace
braska [Mr. CURTIS] is paired with the tion of $3 million a year, for the years and security in the North Atlantic area.” Senator from Kentucky [Mr. MORTON]. 1962 and 1963, the amount was increased The PRESIDING OFFICER.
to $4,591,668. It is now proposed, in The If present and voting, the Senator from
the new budget which is being conquestion is on agreeing to the amend- Nebraska would vote “yea” and the Sen
sidered, after raising our contribution ment, as modified, offered by the Senator ator from Kentucky would vote “nay.” from Oregon [Mr. MORSE] to the com
The result was announced-yeas 15, by $1,500,000 for each of the past 2
years, to raise the contribution another mittee amendment in the nature of a nays 68, as follows:
$1,300,000 for the next 2 years. I sugsubstitute. The yeas and nays have
[No. 235 Leg.]
gest that this practice will continue unbeen ordered, and the clerk will call the
less we do something in the nature of roll.
restoring the dollar limitation. The legislative clerk called the roll.
The House Committee on AppropriaMr. HUMPHREY. I announce that Edmondson Proxmire Thurmond tions has already sent to the Senate a the Senator from New Mexico [Mr. AN
bill proposing an appropriation of DERSON), the Senator from Pennsylvania
$4,591,000 for the next year. My [Mr. CLARK], the Senator from Louisiana
amendment would place the dollar limiHartke
Monroney [Mr. ELLENDER), the Senator from Ten Bartlett
tation at $5 million. I suggest that this nessee [Mr. GORE], the Senator from
would provide ample room within which Alaska [Mr. GRUENING), the Senator
the Senate Committee on Appropria-
Nelson from Washington [Mr. JACKSON), the Boggs Humphrey Neuberger
tions could work. Senator from Louisiana (Mr. LONG), the Brewster Inouye
Mr. MORSE. Mr. President, will the Senator from Washington (Mr. MAGNU Burdick
Senator from Iowa yield?
Mr. MILLER. I yield to the Senator [Mr. McGOVERN), the Senator from Flor
for Oregon. ida [Mr. SMATHERS], the Senator from
Mr. MORSE. Would the effect of the
Senator's amendment be to increase the from Tennessee (Mr. WALTERS], and the Dirksen Mansfield Smith
amount of authorization in the bill? Senator from New Jersey (Mr. WILLIAMS]
Mr. MILLER. No, it would not, beare absent on official business.
cause there is no dollar authorization I further announce that the Senator Eastland McIntyre Yarborough
limitation in the present law or in the from California [Mr. ENGLE] is absent
McNamara Young, N. Dak.
bill. We removed completely the audue to illness. Goldwater Metcalf
thorization limitation of $3 million 2 I further announce that, if present
years ago. and voting, the Senator from New Mex- Anderson Gruening Morton
Mr. FULBRIGHT. Mr. President, I ico [Mr. ANDERSON), the Senator from
have conferred with the Senator from
Stennis Pennsylvania [Mr. CLARK], the Senator
Long, La. Walters
Iowa about the amendment. The from Tennessee [Mr. GORE), and the Engle
Magnuson Williams, N.J. amendment was not presented to the Gore
McGovern Senator from South Dakota (Mr. Mc
committee. I am not completely satis
So Mr. MORSE'S amendment to the fied as to its meaning; but as it has been GOVERN] would each vote "nay."
committee amendment in the nature of explained to me by the Senator from On this vote, the Senator from Louia substitute was rejected.
Iowa, I am quite content to take the siana (Mr. ELLENDER] is paired with the
Mr. FULBRIGHT. Mr. President, I amendment to conference, if nothing Senator from California (Mr. ENGLE). If move that the Senate reconsider the vote serious develops in opposition to it. If it present and voting, the Senator from by which the amendment was rejected. does, as I have explained to the Senator, Louisiana would vote "yea" and the Sen Mr. SPARKMAN. I move to lay that I could make no promises about it, beator from California would vote "nay." motion on the able.
cause I have had no opportunity to