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In lieu of 15, insert 20; and the Senate agree to the same.

The committee of conference report in disagreement amendments numbered 1, 2, 5, 6, and 30.

A. WILLIS ROBERTSON,

DENNIS CHAvEz,

CARL HAYDEN,

RICHARD B. RUssELL,

LIsTER HILL,

JOHN STENNIs,

HARRY F. BYRD,

LEvERETT SALToNsTALL
(with exception of
No. 29),

MILTON R. YOUNG,

MARGARET CHASE SMITH,

Managers on the Part of the Senate.

GEORGE MAHON,

HARRY R. SHEPPARD,

CLARENCE CANNON,

GERALD R. FORD, Jr., Managers on the Part of the House.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said report.

On the question of agreeing to the report,

After debate,

The conference report was agreed to.

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. METCALE in the chair) laid before the Senate the amendments heretofore received from the House of Representatives for concurrence to the amendments of the Senate numbered 1 and 30 to the said bill.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said amendments; and

On motion by Mr. ROBERTSON,

Resolved, That the Senate agree thereto.

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

CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 10802

Mr. HAYDEN submitted the following conference report:

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the Senate to the bill (HR. 10802) making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963, and for other purposes, having met, after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective Houses as follows:

That the Senate recede from its amendments numbered 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 17, 18,20, 22,26, 28, 30,31, 32, 33, 35, and 42.

That the House recede from its dis-agreement to the amendments of the Senate numbered 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 24, 29, 41, 44, and 46, and agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 1: That the House recede from-its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 1, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $41,510,200; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 2: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 2, and agree to the same with an amend

ment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $81,300,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 4: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 4, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $53,775,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 10: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 10, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $25,525,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 11: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 11, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $8,622,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 12: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 12, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $40,775,500; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 19: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 19, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter stricken out and inserted by said amendment insert $26,675,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 23: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 23, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $15,225,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 25: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 25, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $27,112,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 27: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 27, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $6,922,300; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 34: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 34, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $3,675,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 36: That the House recede from its disagreement to

the amendment of the Senate numbered 36, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $139,400,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 3'7: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 37, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $500,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 38: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 38, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $24,835,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 39: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 39, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $15,830,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 40: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 40, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum named in said amendment insert 82,000,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 43: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 43, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of matter stricken out and inserted by said amendment insert sixty-five; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 45: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 45, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $55,834,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 47: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 47, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $3,000,000; and the Senate agree to the same.

The committee of conference report in disagreement amendment numbered 9. CARL HAYDEN,

RICHARD B. RUSSELL,
JOHN L. MCCLELLAN,
ALAN BIBLE,
ROBERT C. BYRD,
KARL E. MUNDTv
MILTON R. YOUNG,
Managers on the Part of the Senate.
MICHAEL J. KIRWAN,
DON MAGNUsON,
CLARENCE CANNON,
BEN F. JENSEN,
Managers on the Part of the House.

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

LEGISLATIVE SBSXON

The Senate resumed its legislative

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

Mr, President: The House of Representatives has passed the bill ‘S. 2008» to amend the act of September 16, 1959 173 Stat. 561: 43 U.S.C. 615a), relating to the construction. operation. and maintenance of the Spokane Valley project. with amendments, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate.

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

H R. 575. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct. operate, and maintain the upper division of the Baker Federal reclamation proiect. Oregon. and for other purposes:

if R. 11721. An act to authorize the payment of the balance of awards for war damage compensation made by the Philippine War Damage Commission under the terms of the Philippine Rehabilitation Act of April 30, 1946. and to authorize the appropriation of 873 million for that purpose: and

HR. 12711. An act making appropriations for sundry independent executive bureaus, boards. commissions, corporations, agencies, and offices for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963, and for other purposes.

The Speaker of the House having signed five enrolled bills. viz. HR. 10526. HR 10786. HR. 10802. HR. 11289. and HR. 11737. I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

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The Secretary reported that he had examined and found truly enrolled the following bills:

HR. 10526. An act making appropriations for the Treasury and Post Office Departments. the Executive Office of the President. and certain independent agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963, and for other purposes:

HR. 10786. An act to establish standards for hours of work and overtime pay of laborers and mechanics employed on work done under contract for, or with the financial aid of, the United States. for any territory. or for the District of Columbia. and for other purposes;

HR. 10802. An act making appropriations for the Department of the Interior and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1963. and for other purposes;

HR. 11289. An act making appropriations for the Department of Defense for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963. and for other purposes; and

H R. 11137. An act to authorize appropriations to the Nahonal Aeronautics and Space Administration for research. development. and operation. construction of facilities; and for other purposes.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same

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The bills this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence were severally read the first and second times by UllIU‘ilIIIOtLs consent

Ordered, That the bill HR 575 be referred to the Committee on interior and Insular Affairs:

That the bill HR 11721 be referred to the Committee on Foreign Relahons. and

That the bill HR 12711 be ri-ferred to the Committee on Appropriations

REPORT ON UNITED KATION'Q

The VICE PRIDEN'I‘ laid before the Senate the following message from the President of the United States. which. with the accompaning rep-0r‘. was referred to the Committee on Poreign Relations:

To the Congress of the United States‘

Pursuant to the provzsions of tin. United Nations Participation Act. I transmit herewith the 16th annual rr~ port covering US. participation in the United Nations in 1961

In the course of that year the United Nations faced and surmounted several crises: dealt with a heavy parliamentary agenda: admzntstered expanding programs in the ('(‘OIIOmIC and social field; and took seieral steps of potentially great significance for the future peace and prosperity of the world

A detailed record of these events and accomplishments is set forth in the body of this report. but in transmitting it to the Congress I should like to call attention to three matters of compelling importance which the United Nations faced in 1961.

First was the administratzve crisis a’. United Nations headquarters 'Ihzs arose when the Smiet Union sought to replace an imparnal Secretariat with a three-headed directorate—representing the Communist bloc and the so-called capitalist and ni-utralist groups of nations—each with a veto Thts attempt to destroy the ('Itftlllte capacity of the United Natzons. following the untimely death of the law Secretary General Dag Hammarakjold. 'was n-im-tid dmisively. In the unanimous electzon of L‘ Thant to fill .‘vfr. Hamniarskjold's unexpired term. the full integrity of the office of the Secretary (‘n neral 's as presented.

Second was the mil-raisins! eras-Ls for the United Nations ix-aeek'v-pznt' formin the Congo. By the "ILd of the year, the secession of Orwntal Pro-.znee had been brought to an end .":..'i'.ti:..r in Katanita ‘was replaced by a cease-fire and the dissidents in Katanga had rL'rI-ed to nrgotiate for reintegration of that pro- ince with the rest of the Congo

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Third was the financial crisis. This was brought on mainly by the refusal or inability of some members to pay their share of the cost of peacekeeping operations in the Congo and the Middle East. In the course of the year the General Assembly adopted a three-point plan to meet immediate peacekeeping costs, collect arrearages, and provide adequate funds until a more permanent method can be devised for financing future peacekeeping operations.

Despite the dangers and strains of these crises, the United Nations, in 1961, took three steps which I believe will be of great future significance to the world's security and well-being.

1. The United Nations created the 18-Nation Disarmament Committee, agreed upon by the United States and the Soviet Union, as a forum for renewed disarmament negotiations which began this spring in Geneva. In presenting to the General Assembly the US. proposals for general and complete disarmament in a peaceful world, the US. delegation made clear that steps toward disarmament must be matched, at each stage, by steps toward improving the peacekeeping machinery of the United Nations. It is this essential linkage which will make disarmament a practical proposition whenever nations can agree on the necessary goals and safeguards. Every improvement in the machinery of peace will make it easier for us, with confidence, ultimately to begin dismantling the machinery of war. Whatever obstacles and disappointments may lie ahead, the world must someday travel the road to disarmament. For, in the nuclear age, armaments no longer ofier fundamental security to any nation.

2. The United Nations also laid the groundwork, in 1961, for a UN. decade of development to help speed progress toward the economic and social goals of the newly emerging nations. The launching of a world food program and the decision to hold an international conference on the application of science and technology to the less developed world are only initial steps. The United States intends to propose further measures to focus the resources of the United Nations on this 10-year drive against economic want and social injustice.

3. Finally, the United Nations, in 1961, turned in earnest to the critical search for international cooperation in the exploration of outer space. Within the framework of the newly created U.N. Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, discussions were underway at the end of the year looking toward international cooperation in outer space, including cooperation between the United States and the Soviet Union in the development of communications and weather programs.

These were major constructive moves of the United Nations in 1961: To work toward the replacement of the machinery of war with the institutions of peace; to help guide the newly developing nations toward modernization; and to seek international cooperation in the exploration of outer space for the benefit of all. The United States played a major role

in initiating these progressive steps in the United Nations. They served the foreign policy interest of this country; and they were wholly compatible with the mutually reinforcing policies which we have pursued through the institutions of the North Atlantic community, through regional organizations, and through diplomatic channels.

Meanwhile, the United Nations continued to play vigorously two indispensable continuing roles. It kept the peace in the Middle East and the Congo, and it continued to be absorbed in the often difficult transfer of dependent areas to nationhood.

Finally, it cannot be said too often that the Charter of the United Nations expresses well the basic precepts and standards of conduct that guide our own society. These precepts and standards are not destroyed because this nation or that, consistently or occasionally, violates them. The indestructible principles of the charter exert a gravitational pull which adds strength to every aspect of our worldwide diplomacy. The United

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letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, transmitting a report on a review of the report on the Gila River and tributaries downstream from Painted Rock Reservoir, Ariz., which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Public Works and ordered to be printed as a Senate document with illustrations.

REPoRTs or COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE AND EoREsTRY

Mr. ELLENDER, from the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, to whom were referred the following bills. reported them each without amendment and submitted reports thereon, as follows:

S. 3235. A bill to facilitate the work of the Forest Service, and for other purposes (Rept. No. 1803) ; and

S. 3574. A bill to extend the International Wheat Agreement Act of 1949 (Rept. No. 1804).

Mr. MCCARTHY, from the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, to whom was referred the bill (HR. 8520) to amend the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act, as amended. to add a new subsection to section 16 to limit financial and technical assistance for drainage of certain wet lands, reported it with amendments and submitted a report (No. 1805) thereon.

CHANGE OF REFERENCE

On motion by Mr. BYRD of Virginia, and by unanimous consent, Ordered, That the Committee on Finance be discharged from the further consideration of the bill (HR. 9561) to establish offices of the Veterans‘ Administration in Europe, and to authorize the furnishing abroad of hospital and medical care for service-connected disabilities, and that it be referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

Bills were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent, and referred as follows:

By Mr. BUSH:

S. 3593. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to exempt from the retailers excise taxes imposed on jewelry and related items silverplated hollowware sold for use in the trade or business of the purchaser; to the Committee on Finance.

By Mr. CLARK:

S. 3594. A bill for the relief of Athanasios D. Tsigas; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. HUMPHREY :

S. 3595. A bill for the relief of Aleksandra Elerts; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. MORSE:

S. 3596. A bill to amend the District of Columbia Unemployment Act, as amended; to the Committee on the District of Columbia.

By Mr. LONG of Louisiana:

S. 3597. A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to permit, for 1 year, the granting of national service life insurance to certain veterans heretofore eligible for such insurance; to the Committee on Finance.

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ADDED (‘OAL'THOIS 0)’ SENATE BILL 3576

Under authority heretofore granted. the following-named Senators have been added as coauthors of the bill (S. 3576) to protect the rights of (‘11171‘115 to vote in Federal elections, and to facilitate prompt Judicial review of alleged denials of such rights, by requiring that literacy tests given as a qualification for voting in Federal elections be in writing and meet certain other requirements. and for other purposes. previously introduced: .\frs. Nrt'azacrn. Mr. P/tsronr, Mr. Snrrii

of Massachusetts. Mr. Ciiaaott. Mr. Bush. and .\fr. Cass-ox. tacisuirn': APPROPRIATIONS, ms

The Senate. by unanimous consent. resumed the consideration of its unfinished business. viz, the bill (HR 11151) making appropriations for the legislative branch for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963. and for other purposes.

Pending debate.

On motion by Mr. Pitsronr. ruid by unanimous consent.

Ordered. That the committee amendments be agreed to en bloc; that the bill. as so amended. be considered as original text for the purpose of further amendment: and that no points of order against legislation in an appropriation bill be waived.

Pending debate,

No further amendment being made.

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

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

Resolved, That it pass.

On motion by Mr. Pitsroiiz.

Resolred. That the Senate insist upon its amendments to the said bill and ask a conference with the House of Representatives thereon.

Ordered. That the conferees on the part of the Senate be appointed by the Presiding Officer, and

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Pttt in the chair) appointed Mr. PASTORE. .\fr. CRAVE. Mr. Mosaos'n'. Mr HUIrmin'. lifr. Hiram. Mr. Swtroxsntt. Mr.

Yocxc of North Dakota. and .\fr
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Ordered. That the Secretary notify

the House of Representatives thereof.

CONFERENCE REPORT ON I! R. 10904

Mr. HILL submitted the IOllOWllll! conference report:

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the Senate to the bill (HR 10904i 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, having met. after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective Houses as follows:

That the Senate recede from its amendments numbered 4, 9. 16. 25. 49. 51,54.and 55.

That the House recede from 118 disazreement to the amendments of the Senate numbered 10. 14. 15. 18. 20. 21. 22. 24. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 39, 40. 50, 53. 57. 58. 59. 61. 64. and 66. and agree to the same.

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Amendment numbered 1: That the House recede from its disaitru-ment to the amendment of the Senate numbered 1. and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert 870,000.000: and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 7: That the House recede from its disaizrm-ment to the amendment of the Senate numbered 7, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert 81.344,500: and the Senate nerve to the same.

Amendment numbered 8 'lhat the House recede from its dlslull‘t'rmfllt to the amendment of the Senate numbered 8. and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert 32.048,500: and the Senate aaree to the same.

Amendment numbered 11: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 11. and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the .\11111 proposed by said amendment insert $893,000; and the Senate agree to the .\alne

Amendment numbered 12: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 12. and agree to the same with an amendment as follows; In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $4,261,000, and the Senate ance to the same.

Amendment numbered 23: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 23. and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter stricken and inserted by said amendment. insert the following: e:penscs of primary and secondary schooling 0/ dependents, in foreign countries. 0] Public Health St'ft‘ice commissioned officers stationed in foreign countries. in amount: not to exceed an average 0! 8285 per student, when it is determined by the Secretary that the schools aimlable in the locality are unable to proridc adequately [or the education of such dcpendenfs, and [or the transportation of such dependents between such schools and their places of residence when the schools are not accessible to such dependenfs by regular means of transportation; and the Senate at'rec to the same.

Amendment numbered 26: That the House recede from iLs disaizreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered '26 and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert 86 993 000, and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 27: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 27. and iurree to the same with an amendment as follows‘ In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert. 81.250.000; and the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 28‘ That the House recede from its disagreement in the amendment of the Senate numbered

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28. and acne to the .\Lllt' azth an amendment as follows; In heu of the sum proposed by said amendment nix-r‘. $3,350,000; and the Senate agree to the Millie.

Amendment numbered 37: That the House recede from its (itsaizrn-ment to the amendment of the Senate numberid 37, and agree to the same a :th an amendment as follows: In Lu-u ii! the sum proposed by said amendment ZZ_\4'."~ 84.131000; and the Senatr auru- In Ute same.

Amendment numbered 38 That tinHouse recede from its (lbitk’fm'mt'L'. to the amendment of the Senate numbered 38. and agree to the same all‘. an amendment as follows; In lzru if '..';-~ sum proposed by said liml'l‘itlmi'fl'. ;.'-.~~:: 824.707.1700; and the Senate a-t'ru- to tinsame,

Amendment numbered 41: Ti.;i'. the House recede from its dnat'rn-ment to the amendment of the Senate numbered 41, and agree to the same aztl‘. an amendment as follows; In Lzeu of the sum proposed by said amendment :rsert 81.59.826.000: and the Senate 852311- to the same.

Amendment numbered 43 That the House recede from its 015144."! men‘. to the amendment of the Semiti- :zumberid 42. and aim-e to the same azth an amendment as follows‘ In Izi-u of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $155,742,000: and the Senate axrre to the same.

Amendment numbered 43'. That the House recede from its d:~a-::'~-m'-:it to the amendment of the swim!‘- Yl'lmbi'frd 43. and agree to the same ‘w ith a:; amendment as follows: In lat-u of the vsum proposed by said ammzdmern :nu-rt 8143.599 000; and the Senate agree to the same

Amendment numbered 44:. That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 44. and agree to the same with an amendment as follows- In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment :rw-r'. 8147398000; and the Senate IUIYH' to the same

Amendment numbered 45; That the House recede from its dwaizrwmezzt to the amendment of the Senate numbered 45. and mittee to the same a 11!. a1‘. amend

ment as follows‘ In EZQ'LI of the sum proposed by said amendment :nsert 531199.000: and the .\V-tinie na'fre ‘.0

the same.

Amendment numbered 46 Ti..i'. the House recede from its dtsasreement ‘.n the amendment of the Senate :ximberid 46. and agree to the same -.i;'.h an amendment as follows‘ In “.U'Zi i‘! th sum proposed by said amendment Jbrf‘i 8103388000: and the Senate at'rw- t" the same.

Amendment numbered 4'.‘ Tlha'. 111iHouse recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 47, and agree to the same with an amendment as folloas: in lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert 866142000; and the Senate .i. he in the same

Amendment numbered 48: This’. the House recede from its dua.:.'i-eme:.t to the amendment of the Senate numbered 48, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $83,506,000; and the Senate agree to the same. Amendment numbered 60: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 60, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: Restore the matter stricken by said amendment, amended to read as follows: Sec. 203. None of the funds provided herein shall be used to pay any recipient of a grant for the conduct of a research project an amount for indirect expenses in connection with such project in excess of 20 per centum of the direct costs. And the Senate agree to the same. Amendment numbered 62: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 62, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed by said amendment insert 204; and the Senate agree to the same. Amendment numbered 65: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 65, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the sum proposed by said amendment insert $4,973,000; and the Senate agree to the same. Amendment numbered 67: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 67, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: Restore the matter stricken out by said amendment, amended to read as follows: Sec. 904. None of the funds contained in this Act for “Juvenile delinquency and youth ofienses” shall be paid, for the purpose of conducting or assisting in conducting a research or demonstration project, to any persons or organization registered with the Clerk of the House and the Secretary of the Senate under the Regulation of Lobbying Act. And the Senate agree to the same. The committee of conference report in disagreement amendments numbered 2, 3, 5, 6, 13, 17, 19, 52, 56, 63, and 68. LISTER HILL, RICHARD B. RUssELL, WARREN G. MAcNUsoN, JOHN C. STENNIS, JoHN O. PASTORE, MIKE MoNRoNEY, NoRRIs COTTON, MARGARET CHASE SMITH, GoRDoN ALLOTT, Managers on the Part of the Senate. JOHN E. FocAR'rY, WINFIELD K. DENTON, CLARENCE CANNoN, MELVIN R. LAIRD (except as to action on amendments

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41 through 48), Managers on the Part of the House.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said report; and

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On the question of agreeing to the report,

After debate,

The report was agreed to.

On motion by Mr. HILL to reconsider the vote agreeing to the report,

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD,

The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. PELL in the chair) laid before the Senate the amendments heretofore received from the House of Representatives for concurrence to the amendments of the Senate numbered 2, 3, 5, 6, 13, and 52 to the said bill.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said amendments; and

On motion by Mr. HILL,

Resolved, That the Senate agree thereto.

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

CONSIDERATION or CERTAIN UNOBJECTED
BILLS oN CALENDAR
On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, and
by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the calendar be called for the consideration of certain bills to which there is no objection, beginning with Order No. 1708.

The following bills were thereupon considered; and no amendment was made:

S. 2256. A bill to amend section 5 of the War Claims Act of 1948 to provide detention and other benefits thereunder to certain Guamanians killed or captured by the Japanese at Wake Island;

S. 3525. A bill to authorize the Administrator of General Services, in connection with the construction and maintenance of a Federal ofiice building, to use the public space under and over 10th Street SW. in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes; and

S. 3544. A bill authorizing modification of the project for Gloucester Harbor, Mass.

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 following bills; and the reported amendments were agreed to:

S. 2978. A bill to authorize the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission to investigate the claims of citizens of the United States who suffered property damage in 1951 and 1952 as the result of the artificial raising of the water level of Lake Ontario; and

S. 3340. A bill to repeal a portion of the Second Supplemental National Defense Appropriation Act, 1943, approved October 26, 1942 (56 Stat. 990, 999), as amended, and for other purposes.

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

The said bills were 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 (HR. 3822), for the relief of Ahsabet Oyunciyan; and no amendment being made,

Ordered, That it pass to a third reading.

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved. That it pass.

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

CONVEYANCE or cERrAIN PROPERTY IN rm:
CITY or sAN DIEGO, CALIF.
On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD,

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 1108) authorizing the conveyance of certain property in the city of San Diego to the regents of the University of California.

Pending debate,

MANN CREEK, FEDERAL RECLAMATION
PROJECT, IDAHO

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. CLARK in the chair) laid before the Senate the amendment, heretofore received from the House of Representatives for concurrence, to the bill (S. 405) to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct, operate, and maintain the Mann Creek Federal reclamation project, Idaho, and for other purposes.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said amendment; and

On motion by Mr. CHURCH,

Resolved, That the Senate agree thereto.

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

coNvEYANcE or CERTAIN PROPERTY IN rm: CITY or sAN DIEGO, CALIF.

The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (S. 1108) authorizing the conveyance of certain property in the city of San Diego to the regents of the University of California.

Pending debate,

ADJOURNMENT

On motion by Mr. MUSKIE, at 6 o’clock and 34 minutes p.m.,

The Senate adjourned.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1962

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

THE JOURNAL On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, and by unanimous consent, The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Thursday, August 2, 1962, was dispensed with.

COMMITTEE AUTHORIZED TO SIT

The Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Opera

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