Imágenes de página
PDF

TUESDAY. JULY 3. 1962

The PRESIDENT pro tempore called the Senate to order, and the Chaplain offered prayer.

THE JOURNAL

On motion by Mr. Mus-snub. and by unanimous consent. The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Monday, July 2. 1962. was dispensed with.

PRISIDENTIAL APPROVALS

A message from the President of the United States. by Mr Miller. hls secretary:

Mr. President.‘ The President of the L‘ntted States on July 2. 1962. approved and signed the following act and joint resolution:

S. 860. An act to provide greater protection against the introduction and dissemination of diseases of livestock and poultry. and for other purposes: and

SJ. Res. 192. Joint resolution providing for the filling of a vacancy in the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, of the class other than Members of Congress.

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

[blocks in formation]

added as coauthors of the Joint resolution 18 J Res. 206) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to permit the use of prayer in public schools. previously introduced: Mr. 111: t. and .‘dr Bran of West Virginia.

$071085 0' MOTION TO SUSPEND THE IULILS

ltfr. JAYITS submitted the following notice in writing:

In accordance with rule XL of the Standing Rules of the Senate. I hereby give notice 1n writing that it is my intention to move to suspend paragraph 4 of rule XVI for the purpose of proposing to the bill (H it 10904) making appropriations for the Departments of labor. and Health. Education. and Welfare. and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1963. and for other purposes. the following amendment; namely. on page 28. line 10. delete the period and insert the following: "Provided further, Pruu't't'e'f, That the funds herein approprzated shall be used only for hospitals and related facilities which are made available to all persons without discrimination in any respect whatsoever on account of race. creed. or color."

.\fr. BUSH submitted the following notice in writing:

In accordance with rule XL of the Standing Rules of the Senate. I hereby give notice in writing that it is my intention to move to suspend paragraph 4 of rule XVI for the purpose of proposing to the bill (11.12. 10904) making appropriations for the Departments of Labor. and Health. Bducat1on. and Welfare. and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1963. and for other pumoses. the following amendments; namely. on page 16, insert the following before the period on line 14: "Provided further, That no part of the amounts approprialed in this paragraph may be used for payments to a local educational agency unless the Secretary of Health. Education. and Welfare shall have determined that such agency is proceeding in good faith toward full compliance with the constitutional requirement that racial discrimination be ended in public schools."

On page 16. insert the following before the period on line 25: "Prorided further, That no part of the amounts appropriated in this paragraph may be used for providing school facilities or for grants to a local educational agency unless the Secretary of Health. Education. and Welfare shall have determined that such agency is proceeding in good faith toward full compliance with the constitutional requirement that racial discrimination be ended in public schools."

anon-roan. cos-mm: or: an. uzaa On motion by Mr. llavnnt, and by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That Mr. Start-ms be appointed as an additional member on the part of the Senate of the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the Senate to the bill (HR 11289) making appropriations for the Department

of Defense for the fecal tzzdnc June 30,1963

PL'ILXC “'[LTUII Amoxms 1!‘ 1962

On motzon by .‘dr. Martsrztto. and by unanimous consent.

The Senate resumed the consideration of its unfinished business. v11. the bill 111.12. 10606) to extend and improve the public assistance and child welfare sen‘ices programs of the Social Securzty Ar: and for other purposes.

Pending debate.

On motion by .\fr. Kn: titlitllLfTiOtlS consent.

Ordered. That the committee amendments be agreed to en bloc and that the bill as thus amended be constdered as original text for the purpose of amendmcnt

The b-.ll was further amended on the motion of Mr. Kn;

Pending debate,

On motion by Mr. Kn: and by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That Frederick B Arner and Helen E Livingston. of the Education and Welfare Division. ugislative Reference Service. .ibrary of Congress. be entitled to the privileges of the floor during his discussion of the pending bill.

Pending debate.

covsmratrzox or t'xoaucrtn rtzzs or: catrxnu On motion by .\fr. .\1A.‘\'<T![Lf‘. and by unanimous consent.

Ordered. That the calendar be called for the consideration of certain bills on the calendar to which there is no obfv't‘lion. ginning with Order No. 1596.

The following bills were thereupon considered: and the reported amendments were agreed to;

HRSIH. An act to provide for the acquisition of and the pawncnt for 1r.dzvidual Indian and tribal lands of the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. required by the United States for the Big Bend Dam and Re<ervolr project on the .\tfssour1 River, and for the rehabilitation. social. and ¢-c-*-t‘.ornlc development of the members of the trtbe. and for other purposes;

if R5165 An act to pro'dde for the acquisition of and the payment for 1!‘.dlvidual Indian and tribal lands of the Crow Creek Sioux Rrsernatlor. 1?‘. South Dakota. required by the United States for the Big Bend Dam and Reservoir project on the Missouri Rzvcr, and for the rehabilitation. <ocfal and cconornx development of the memb- r< cf the trttw. and for other purposes:

11.12.1469 An act for the TRIZP.’ of .\f.'.< leslte .\f. Paterson. Janet Paterson Mary Paterson; and

HR 7369. An act for the relief of Gerda Godln.

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

The said bills. as amended. were severally read the third time.

Retolz'ed. That they paxs

Ordered. That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives 1n the amendments.

The Senate proceeded to consider the following bills; and no amendment was made:

Fear

and by S. 3039. A bill for the relief of Bartola Maria S. La Madrid;

S. 2698. A bill for the relief of Antonio Gutierrez Fernandez;

S. 2902. A bill for the relief of Sumik0 Takahashi;

S. 2908. A bill for the relief of Rosa Fumarola Balice;

S. 2992. A bill for the relief of Michelangelo Comito (Nati);

S. 3111. A bill for the relief of Ernst Haeusserman; and

S. 3121. A bill for the relief of Dinh Khon Ngo (also known as Robert (kun Ting) Wu.

Ordered, That they be engrossed and read a third time.

The said bills were severally read the third time.

Resolved, That they pass and that the respective titles thereof be as aforesaid.

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 1974) for the relief of Stefan Copilu; and no amendment being made,

Ordered, That it be engrossed and read athird time.

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

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

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD,

The vote on the passage of the bill was reconsidered.

The Senate proceeded to consider the following bills; and no amendment was made:

HR. 1609. An act for the relief of Demitrios Dunis;

HR. 1899. An act for the relief of Stavros Michael Mourkakos;

HR. 2337. An act for the relief of Maria Stella Todaro;

HR. 3483. An act for the relief of Mrs. Marguerite de Soepkez;

HR. 3492. An act for the relief of Sebastian Sanchez Hermosilla;

. HR. 3912. An act for the relief of Chikoko Shinagawa;

HR. 8862. An act for the relief of Miss Eleanore Redi;

HR. 9180. An act for the relief of Noreen Joyce Baden;

HR. 9468. An act for the relief of Dr. Charles C. Yu;

HR. 9588. An act for the relief of Claude Homann-Herimberg (nee Wagner) ;

H.R. 10960. An act for the relief of Rosina Luisi (Sister Mary Rosina) and Maria Fatibene (Sister M. Valentina);

HR. 7719. An act to amend section 6(d) of the Universal Military Training Act to authorize certain persons who complete a Reserve Oflicers’ Training Corps program to be appointed as commissioned ofiicers in the Coast and Geodetic Survey; and

HR. 4330. An act to provide uniform computation of retired pay for enlisted members retired prior to June 1, 1958, under section 4 of the Armed Forces Voluntary Recruitment Act of 1945, as

amended by section 6(a) of the act of August 10, 1946 (60 Stat. 995).

Ordered, That they pass to a third reading.

The said bills were read the third time.

Resolved, That they pass.

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the following bills; and the reported amendments were agreed to:

S. 2807. An act for the relief of Mrs. Juliane C. Rockenfeller;

S. 2844. An act for the relief of Alice Amar Froemming;

S. 3026. An act for the relief of Jeno Nagy;

S. 3144. An act for the relief of Marcello Chiovelli; and

S. 3177. An act for the relief of Michael (Mike) Bessler.

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

The said bills were severally read the third time.

Resolved, That they pass and the respective titles thereof be as aforesaid.

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 1461) for the relief of Krystyna Rataj; and the reported amendment to the text having been agreed to,

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

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass and that the title thereof be amended, as reported by the committee, to read: “A bill for the relief of Krystyna Ratay.”

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 2835) for the relief of Mrs. Yang Yin (Yang Chee Hung), nee Tsai Sieu Yoeh; and the reported amendment to the text having been agreed to,

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

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass and that the title thereof be amended, as reported by the committee, to read: “A bill for the relief of Sieu-Yoeh Tsai Yang.”

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

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 3267) for the relief of Gunther M. Hillebrand; and the reported amendment to the text having been agreed to,

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

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass and that the title thereof be amended, as reported by the committee, to read: “A bill for the relief of Gunther Heinz Hillebran .”

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

The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (S. 1974) for the relief of Stefan Copilu; and

Resolved, That is pass.

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

PUBLIC \VELFARE AMENDMENTS OF 1962

The Senate resumed the consideration of its unfinished business, viz, the bill (HR. 10606) to extend and improve the public assistance and child welfare services programs of the Social Security Act, and for others purposes.

Pending debate,

The bill was further amended on the motion of Mr. WILLIAMS of New Jersey (for himself, Mr. HUMPHREY, Mr. DoucLAS, Mr. SMITH of Massachusetts, Mr. YARBOROUGH, Mr. CARRoLL, Mr. HART, Mr. MORSE, Mr. JAvrrs, Mr. BURDICK, Mr. McCARrRY, Mr. METCALF, Mr. CLARK, Mr. HOLLAND, and Mr. SMATHERS).

Pending debate,

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE

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

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has passed the following bills of the Senate, each with an amendment, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

S. 46. An act to provide for the establishment and administration of basic public recreation facilities at the Elephant Butte and Caballo Reservoir areas, New Mexico, and for other purposes;

S. 1264. An act for the relief of Capt. Dale Frazier;

S. 1889. An act for the relief of Mrs. Geohar Ogassian;

S. 2775. An act to amend the act of June 30, 1954, providing for a continuance of civil government for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; and

S. 2970. An act to amend the Small Business Act.

The House has passed the following bill and joint resolutions of the Senate, each with amendments, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

S. 1074. An act for the relief of Chao Yao Koh;

S.J. Res. 68. Joint resolution providing for the designation of the week commencing October 1. 1961, as National Public Works Week; and

S.J. Res. 91. Joint resolution to establish the St. Augustine Quadricentennial Commission. and for other purposes.

The House has passed the following bills and joint resolutions, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

HR. 1388. An act for the relief of Tai Ja Lim;

HR. 2139. An act for the relief of Suraj Din;

HR. 2176. An act for the relief of Salvatore Mortelliti;

HR. 2611. An act for the relief of Charles F. Ward, J r., and Billy W. Crane, Sr.;

HR. 3127. An act for the relief of Amrik S. Warich;

HR. 3134. An act for the relief of Alvin Bardin;

H R4749. An act to amend the Communications Act of 1934 with respect to the hours during which certain broadcasting stations may operate with their daytime facilities;

HR. 4860. An act to place certain submerged lands within the jurisdiction of the governments of Guam. the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa. and for other purposes:

HR. 4954. An act for the relief of Mirhan Gazarian;

HR. 5238 An act for the relief of Horace Ambrolsc DldO'. ,

H R. 5312. An act for the relief of certam additional claimants against the United States who suffered personal injuries. property damage, or other loss as a result of the explosion of a munitions truck between Smithfield and Selma. .\‘C. on March 7,1942;

HR. 6219. An act to permit the vessel Bar-Ho IV to be used in the coastwise trade;

HR 6456. An act to permit the tugs John Roen, Jr., and Sfere W. to be documented for use in the coastwise trade;

HR. 7328. An act for the relief of the estate of Louis J. Simpson. deceased:

HR. 7638. An act for the relief of Kim Hjmng In Comstock;

HR. 7736v An act to amend the act of .\fay 13. 1960 (Private Law 86-286);

HR. 7741. An act to permit the vessel Lucky Linda to be documented for limited use in the coastnvise trade;

HR. 7782. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain lands in the State of Maryland to the Prince Georges County Hospital. and for other purposes;

H R. 8168. An act to admit the oil screw tucs Barbara. Ivalee, Lydia. and Alice and the barges Florida, DB 8, No. 220. and No. 235 to American registry and to permit their use in the coastwise trade while they are owned by Standard Dredging Corp, a New Jersey corporation;

HR. 8730. An act for the relief of Sister Mary Alphonso (Elena Bruno) and Sister Mary Attilia (Filip. Todarol:

HR 9485. An act to amend the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 to promote public knowledge of progress and achievement in astronautics and related sciences through the designation of a special day in honor of Dr. Robert Hutchlnas Goddard, the father of modern rockets, missiles. and astronautics;

HR. 9603. An act for the relief of Lt. Comdr. Joseph P. Mannix:

HR. 9828. An act for the relief of Pat11 Jean Fulton;

HR. 9894. An act for the relief of Doretta Shea. deceased. in full settlement of the claims of that estate;

H.R.9915. An act for the relief of L'mberto Brena;

HR. 10022. An act to amend section 510(a)(1), Merchant Marine Act, 1936:

H R. 10276. An act to change the name of the Petersburg National Military Park. to provide for acquisition of a portion of the Five Forks Battlefield, and for other purposes:

HR. 10383. An act to amend the Federal Home Loan Bank Act to save Puerto Rico the same treatment as a State in the elcction of Federal home loan bank directors:

HR. 11017. An act to amend section 4281, title 18. of the United States Code to increase from $30 to 6100 the amount of gratuity which may be furnished by the Attorney General to prisoners discharged from lmprzsonment or released on parole;

HR.11031. An act for the Georue Wm. Rueif. Inc:

HR. 1112". An act for the relief of Ernst Haeusserman:

H.R.11310. An act to amend section 3515 of the Revised Statutes to eliminate 1m in the alloy of the 1-cent piece:

HR. 11405. An act to provide for the maznu-nance and repair of Government improvements under concession contracts entered into pursuant to the act of August 25. 1916 (39 Stat. 535), as amended. and for other purposes;

11R 11586. An act to amend section 502 of the Merchant Marine Act. 1936. asamendcd:

HR. 11846. An act to amend the provisions of title 18 of the United States Code relating to offenses committed in Indian country;

111111863. An act for the relief of VernonJ Wiersma:

H R. 11996. An act to amend the act of January 30. 1913. to provide that the American Hospital of Paris shall have perpetual succession:

H.R.12157. An act to amend the Bankruptcy Act in respect to the salaries of retired referees:

HJ. Rcs.714. Joint resolution authorizing the acquisition of certain property in the District of Columbia and its conveyance to the International Monetary Fund, on a full reimbursement basis. for use in expansion of its headquarters; and

HJ Res. 720. Joint resolution to desitmate September 17, 1962. as Antxetam Day, and for other purposes.

relief of

not-s: mus AND Joint Rrsotcrioss uranium on P1.\C£D ON rm: cALmDAa The bills and Joint resolutions this day

received from the House of Representa

tives for concurrence were severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That the bills HR 1388, HR. 2139, HR 2176, HR. 2611. HR. 3127, HR. 3134. HR. 4954, HR. 5238. HR. 5312. HR ‘1328. HR. 7638. HR. 7738. H R. 8730. HR 9603, HR 9828. HR. 9894. HR. 9915. H R. 1101?, HR. 11031. HR. 11127, H R. 11846. HR 11863. HR. 11996. HR 12157, and House Joint Resolution 720 be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary;

That the bills HR. 4749. HR 6219. HR. 6456. HR. 7741. and HR. 8168 be referred to the Committee on Commerce;

That the bills HR. 4860. HR. 7782. HR. 10276, and HR. 11405 be referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs:

That the bill 11 R. 9485 be referred to the Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences;

'1 ha’. the bills H R 10022 and HR 11586 be placed on the calendar;

That the bills HR. 10383 and HR. 11310 be referred to the Committee on Rankin: and Currency. and

That the Joint resolution H.J. Res 714 be referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

PUILIC vvzuus Altxmttvrs Or we:

The Senate resumed the c ‘1151(1'. ra'.:_:~. of its unfinished business. t.:. the bi; ‘HR. 10606) to extend and Lmprotc :21’public assistance and child m-lfare services proersms of the Social Sic-.1217.- Act. and for other purposes.

Pendlna debate.

m6! "0. 1'11! HOYISZ

A message from the House of Representatives. by Mr. .\faurer, one of its clerks:

Mr. President.‘ The Speaker of the House of Representatives having .szrzird 17 enrolled bills. viz. S 1526. S. 1943. S. 2107. 8. 2130.8. 2198. S. 2300. S 2309 S. 2355. S. 2586. S 2606. S 2607, S 2633 S. 2679. 8. 2709. S 2732. S 3025. and HR 3840 and an enrolled Joint resolution. viz. Senate Joint Resolution 201. 1 am directed to bring the some to the Senate for the sianature of its President

:Nlottso stLLs Asa Jotxr nsotc-rxossxcszn

The Secretary reported that he had examined and found truly enrolled the followina bills and joint resolution:

S. 1526. An act for the relief of Joey Kim Purdy;

8. 1943. An act Haiime Sumitani;

8. 2107. An act to amend title 14 United States Code. entitled "Coast Guard", to extend the application if certain laws relating to the military services to the C0.“ GM for l‘ilfilC-M‘F of uniformity;

8.2130. An act to repeal certain ub‘vlete provisions of law relating to the mints and assay omces. and for other Purim;

8.2198. An act for the relief of 1mMarie Berthe Msrwueritc De Simone;

8.2300. An act for the relief of Byron woos:

8.2309. An act for the relief of ‘no Sien Tliona;

8.2355. An act for the relief of Pilomens P. Schenkenberxer;

8.2586. An act for the relief of Alexandra Callas:

8.2606. An act for the relief of Patricia Kim Bell tKim Booshinl;

8.2607. An act for the relief of Lee Haw Sun;

8.2633. An act for the relief of Susan Holt Lerke ‘Choi Sun Heel 2

S. 2679. An act for the relief of John Axel Arvidson;

8. 2709. An act for the relief of Ernst Praenkel and his wife. Hanna Frankel;

S. 2732. An act for the relief of Yoon SoShim:

S. 3025. An act to supplement certain provisions of Federal law incorporating the Texas 8- Paciflc Railway 00.. in order to give certain additional authority to such company:

for the relief of HR. 3840. An act to provide for the conveyance of certain real property of the United States to the Carolina Power & Light Co.; and

S.J.Res. 201. Joint resolution to amend section 316 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 to extend the time by which a lease transferring a tobacco acreage may be filed.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same.

PUBLIC WELFARE AMENDMENTS OF 1962

The Senate resumed the consideration of its unfinished business, viz, the bill (HR. 10606) to extend and improve the public assistance and child welfare services programs of the Social Security Act, and for other purposes.

Pending debate,

ENROLLED BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS PRESENTED

The Secretary reported that on today he presented to the President of the United States the following enrolled bills and joint resolution:

S. 1526. An act for the relief of Joey Kim Purdy;

S. 1943. An act for the relief of Hajime Sumitani;

S. 2107. An act to amend title 14, United States Code, entitled “Coast Guard,” to extend the application of certain laws relating to the military serv— ices to the Coast Guard for purposes of uniformity;

S. 2130. An act to repeal certain obsolete provisions of law relating to the mints and assay ofiices, and for other purposes;

S. 2198. An act for the relief of Lise Marie Berthe Marguerite De Simone;

S. 2300. An act for the relief of Byron Wong;

S. 2309. An act for the relief of Tio Sien Tjiong;

S. 2355. An act for the relief of Filomena F. Schenkenberger;

S. 2586. An act for the relief of Alexandra Callas;

S. 2606. An act for the relief of Patricia Kim Bell (Kim Booshin);

S. 2607. An act for the relief of Lee Haw Sun;

S. 2633. An act for the relief of Susan Holt Lerke (Choi Sun Hee) ;

S. 2679. An act for the relief of John Axel Arvidson;

S. 2709. An act for the relief of Ernst Fraenkel and his wife, Hanna Fraenkel;

S. 2732. An act for the relief of Yoon So Shim;

S. 3025. An act to supplement certain provisions of Federal law incorporating the Texas 86 Pacific Railway Co., in order to give certain additional authority to such company; and

SJ. Res. 201. Joint resolution to amend section 316 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 to extend the time by which a lease transferring a tobacco acreage may be filed.

ADJOURNMENT On motion by Mr. MCNAMARA, at 4 o’clock and 36 minutes p.m., The Senate, under its order of yesterday, adjourned until Thursday next.

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1962

The PRESIDENT pro tempore called the Senate to order, and the Chaplain offered prayer.

IMPORTATION or ADULT HONEY sens

The Senate, under its order of July 2, 1962, resumed the consideration of the bill (HR. 8050), to amend the act relating to the importation of adult honey bees.

The question being on agreeing to the amendment heretofore proposed by Mr. MANSFIELD adding a new section alloting sugar quotas to certain foreign countries,

On motion by Mr. PROXMIRE to amend the said amendment by inserting in lieu of the language proposed to be inserted other words,

After debate,

The question being taken on agreeing to the amendment proposed by Mr. PROXMIRE, viz, in lieu of the following proposed to be inserted at the end of the bill by the amendment proposed by Mr. MANSFIELDZ

“SEC. 3. (a) Section 202(c)(4) of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended, is amended by inserting ‘(A)’ after ‘(4)’, and by adding at the end thereof the following new subparagraph:

“ ‘(B) Of the quantity authorized for purchase and importation under subparagraph (A), the President is authorized to allocate to countries within the Western Hemisphere, for the six-month period ending December 31, 1962, an amount of sugar, raw value, not exceeding in the aggregate seventy-five thousand short tons, and for the calendar years 1963 and 1964, an amount of sugar, raw value, not exceeding in the aggregate one hundred and fifty thousand short tons.’

“(b) Section 202(e) of such Act, as amended, is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new sentence: ‘The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to sugar exported by any foreign country to the United States to fill any allocation made to it under subsection (c) (3) (C) .’

“(0) Section 207(e) (2) of such Act is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new sentence: ‘The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to any allocation made to a foreign country under section 202(c) (3) (C).'

“(d) Section 213 of such Act, as amended, is amended—

“(1) by striking out ‘(4)’ each place it appears in subsections (a) and (b) thereof and inserting in lieu thereof ‘(4) (A) ’;

“(2) by striking out ‘paragraph (3) of section 202(c) ’ in the first sentence of subsection (0) thereof and insertin lieu thereof ‘paragraphs (3) and (4) (B) of section 202(0)’; and

“(3) by striking out ‘(4) ' each place it appears in the first sentence of subsection (0) thereof and inserting in lieu thereof ‘(4) (A) ’.

“(e) The amendments made by this section shall be effective as if they were enacted as a part of HR. 12154 entitled ‘An Act to amend and extend the pro

visions of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended’, Eighty-seventh Congress, second session.”

insert the following:

Sec. 2. (a) Section 202(c)(3) of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended, is amended to read as follows:

“(3) (A) The quotas for foreign countries other than the Republic of the Philippines determined under paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection shall be prorated among such countries on the following basis:

Per

"Country centum Cuba ______________________________ __ 57. 77 Peru ______________________________ _- 6. 71 Dominican Republic ________________ __ 6. 71 Mexico ____________________________ -- 6. 71 Brazil _____________________________ _- 6. 37 British West Indies _________________ -_ 3.03 Republic 0)‘ China __________________ _. 0. 14 French West Indies _________________ __ 1. 01 Colombia __________________________ __ 1. 06 Nicaragua _________________________ __ 0.88 Costa Rica _________________________ ._- 0. 88 Ecuador ___________________________ .. 0. 88 Haiti ______________________________ -_ 0. 71 Guatemala ________________________ __ 0. 71 Panama ___________________________ __ 0. 53 El Salvador ________________________ -- 0. 36 Paraguay __________________________ __ 0. 35 British Honduras __________________ __ 0. 33 Not prorated _______________________ __ 4. 86

“(B) From the quantity not prorated under subparagraph (A), the President is authorized to allocate to countries within the Western Hemisphere all or any portion of the quantity of sugar not prorated under subparagraph (A)."

(b) The amendments made by this section shall be efl’ective as if they were enacted as a part of HR. 12154 entitled “An Act to amend and extend the provisions of the Sugar Act of 1948 as amended”, Eighty-seventh Congress, second session.

After debate,

The question being taken.

It was determined Yeas _ _ ___ 26 in the negative ______ _ _ { Nays _ _ _ _ _ 40

On motion by Mr. PROX M ms, The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present.

Senators who voted in the affirmative are—

Beall Engle Murphy
Boggs Fulbright Muskie
Byrd. W. Va. Goldwater Neuberger
Chavez Hart Proxrnlre
Clark Hlckenlooper Smith, Maine
Cotton Javlts Wiley
Dodd Keatlng Williams. Del.
Douglas Kefauver Young, Ohio
Dworshak Miller

Senators who voted in the negative
are-
Aiken Hickey Monroney
Allott Hill Morse
Anderson Holland Moss
Bennett Jackson Mundt
Cannon Johnston Pastore
Carlson Kerr Pell
Case Kuchel Randolph
Curtis Long, Mo. Sparkman
Dlrksen Long, Hawaii Symington
Eastland Mansfield Thurmond
Ellender McClellan Williams, N.J.
Ervln McGee Young, N. Dak
Fong McNamara
Hayden Metcalf

So the amendment was not agreed to. On motion by .\ir. Ettmn to reconsider the vote disagreeing to the amendment.

On motion by Mr. Mmsriztn.

The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

On motion by Mr Mmsrrrtn. and by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That notwithstanding the provisions of the unanimous consent agreement of July 2. 1962. limiting the amendments allowed to be offered. Mr. PUIJIIGIIT be permitted to propose an amendment on page 2. after line 10. with debate limited to 10 minutes equally divided and controlled by Mr. Fountain’ and the majority leader.

The amendment being proposed by M r Pctaaicrrr.

After debate.

The amendment was agreed to.

The amendment proposed by .\IAxsrrnD was then agreed to.

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

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

Resolred, That it passed and that the title be amended to read: "An Act to amend the Act relating to the importation of adult honey bees. and to amend certain provisions of the Sugar Act of 1948. as amended."

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

On motion by .\ir. Mixsrrrtn to reconsider the vote on the passage of the bill.

On motion by Mr. HOLLAND.

The motion to reconsider was laid on

the table.

Mr.

Till: JOURNAL

On motion by Mr. MAR-snub. and by unanimous consent. The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of 'hiesday, July 3. 1962. was dispensed with.

cousin's: Armioarzsn r0 sir

The Subcommittee on Investigations

of the Committee on Government Opera

tions was authorized to sit today during

the sesion of the Senate. on the request of Mr. Mlixsrrtto.

[XICUTIVII SESSION

On motion by Mr. Msnsrizto. The Senate proceeded to the consideration of executive business: and after the consideration of executive business.

LEGISLATIVE SESSION

The Senate resumed its legislative session.

I’llSl DIIXTIAL APPROVALS

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

Mr. President: The President of the United States on July 3. 1962. approved and signed the following acts:

8. 3062. An act to amend the Soil Bank Act so as to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to permit the harvesting of hay on conservation reserve RCI'CRL'Q‘ under certain conditions; and

8.3266. An act to amend section 2 of

the act entitled "An act to create a Library of Congress Trust hind Board. and for other purposes." approved March 3. 1925. as amended (2 USC. 158). relatinit to deposits with the Treasurer of the United States of gifts and bequests to the Library of Congress and to raise the statutory limitation provided for in that section.

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

RELIEF 07 cm. D. TRAZIZR

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Iliciutv in the chair) laid before the Senate the amendment. heretofore received from the House of Representatives for concurrence. to the bill ‘S. 1264) for the relief of Capt. Dale Frazier.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said amendment; and

On motion by Mr. Diartsen.

Resolved, That the Senate agree thereto.

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

snurARv rains conraac'rs wirit Brats-ass nuts

The PRESIDING OFFICER laid before the Senate a communication from the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Installations and Logisticsi. transmitting. pursuant to law, a report for the 10month period ‘July 1961 to April 1962) on Army, Navy. and Air Force on military prime contracts with small and large business firms for experimental. developmental. and research work in the United States; which, with the accompanying papers. was referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

summer-u. RIII‘ORT or smut wsmnss ADuixrsrnAriox

The PRESIDING OFFICER laid before the Senate a communication from the Administrator of the Small Business Administration, transmitting. pursuant to law. the 17th semiannual report of the Administration for the period ended December 31, 1961: which. with the accompanying report. was referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency.

REPORT on a/icntoc or rename APPLICA-
rioxs AND ituaisc ciszs in noniu.
COMMUNICATIONS coxmssrox
The PRESIDING OFFICER laid be-

fore the Senate a communication from

the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. transmitting. pursuant to law. a report on the backlog of pending applications and hearing cases

in the Commission as of .\iay 31. 1962:

which. with the accompanying papers.

was referred to the Committee on Commerce.

arr-oar or Renew or mzctmums or si-Aas mars non excess AiacaArr sscrsas in nseururxrs or AIIY, nurv.

Ann Ant rose:

The PRESIDING OFFICER laid before the Senate a communication from the Comptroller General of the United States, transmitting. pursuant to la-i, a report on a review of reclamation of spare parts from excess aircraft engines

in the Departments of the Arm)‘, .\‘avy, and Air Force; which. wait. the accompanying reports. was referred to the Committee on Government Operations

uni-oar or arvrsw or OPDATIOXS i r t'.\'Lurrrso suns mucus men use up 1960 corros rracrutsa nocauss The PRESIDING OFFICER laid be

fore the Senate a communication from

the Comptroller General of the United

States. transmittins. pursuant to la“, a

report on a review of operations of 11::

iimited sales agencies under the 1959

and 1960 cotton purchase programs.

Commodity Credit Corporation. Depart

ment of Agriculture: which. with the

accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

anon on "view or srrrtv count-r is:

irrsrscflox Acrrvirrts or run starrin

ctomrsc AND rrzxriu: st'rrtr uraci

The PRESIDING OFFICER laid t-cfore the Senate a communication from the Comptroller General of the United States. transmitting. pursuant to law, a report on a review of supply control and inspection activities of the Military Clothing and Textile Supply Agency. Department of Defense. Philadelphia. Pa: which. with the accompanying report. was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

anon on rirmixirron i-r IOYALTY

cituzcrs In’ iuntrtxi: i'IITPTFiih‘I s D!

\‘ISIOR, Um! not, r:

The PRESIDING OFFICER laid before the Senate a communication from the Comptroller Gent-ral of the United States. transmitting. pursuant to law, a report on an examination of royalty charges by Bmltine Electronics Division. Hazeltine Corp.. Little Neck. N Y.. under Department of Defense contracts; which. with the accompanying report. was referred to the Committee on Government Operations IZYOIT OS RITRIIT‘W OI’ TIIZUALLT AIDID m

tic itssrsrAs-cr nocum. insists CIYY

RIIF'IOBHI. OPTIC‘! OI DII‘AI‘IIIS'T OI’

iiutrn, rot'ciriox, Axe want:

The PRESIDING OFFICER lazd before the Senate a communication from the Comptroller General of the United States. transmitting. pursuant to law, A report on a review of selected aspects of the federally aided public assistance programs under the general administrative direction of the Kansas City regional office, Department of Health. Education. and Welfare; which. with the accompanying report. was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

letter or crarirn rxttsrtD mans or coiusr our:

The PRESIDING OFFICER laid before the Senate a communication frmn the Secretary of the 'heasury. transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to provide for the relief of certain enlisted members of the Coast Guard; which. with the accompanying paper. was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

« AnteriorContinuar »