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APPOINTIIINT or terms razs'azxr no TIIPOII

The Secretary read the following communication from the President pro tempore;

US Struts. Pastors-r no rtanon, Washington, DC. August II, 1962. To the Senate:

Being temporarily absent from the Senate. I appoint Hon. Ln Mrrcatr, a Senator from the State of Montana. to perform the duties of the Chair during my absence

CAIL Huron‘. President pro tempore. .\fr METCALP thereupon took the chair. rut .iot'aiut On motion by Mr. Mliirsristn. and by unanimous consent.

The Journal of the proceedings of the calendar days of Thursday. August 9, and Friday, August 10. 1962. was approved

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Mr CASE introduced the following bills. which were read the first and second times by UIIBIIII'IIOLLS consent and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary:

S 3634 A bill for the relief of Mrs. Angela I’uccio: and

S. 3635 A bill for the relief of Antonio Credenza

COIlllt'lAl. I'OIIUKICATIOHS SATELLITE

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The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill 1H Rv H040) to provide for the establishment. ownership. operation. and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system. and for other purposes

The question being on agreeing to the amendments proposed by Mr Ins-c. of Louisiana ifor himself and others! to the reported amendment on page 33. line 12, and page 34, line 20,

Pending debate.

Mr MANSFIELD submitted ii request for unanimous consent to limit debate on amendments to the bill and on the final passage of the bill. to which Mr. Loss of Louisiana objected.

Mr MANSFIELD presented a motion to bring to a close debate upon the bill. which was stated as follows:

We, the undersigned Senators. in “Ccordance with the provisions of rule XXII of the Standing Rules of the Sen. ate, hereby move to bring to a close the debate upon the bill (HR. H040) to pro\‘ldt‘ for the establishment, ownership. operation. and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system. and for other purposes:

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W/iaant G. Macnvson.

Joint O. Pasroaa.

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Curroan P. Cass.

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Pending debate.

“r. SPARKMAN. by unanimous consent. submitted an amendment intended to be proposed to the bill: which was read to comply with rule JOKII.

Pending debate.

Mr. DONG of Iouisiana withdrew his proposed amendments.

On motion by Mr. Goes (for himself and Mr. LAUSCIII) to amend the reported amendment by striking out all on line 3 down to and including line it on page 38 (being sec 402) and inserting in lieu thereof other words. relating to foreign negotiations.

Pending debate.

Mr. LONG of Louisiana submitted amendments intended to be proposed to

the bill, which were, by ur.a:".".rn1'-"Ls consent. considered to have hw-r: read

.\Ir LONG of Louisiana :ek'd R311‘. btained unanimous cor-sen‘. '..':a'. ‘.10 amendments intended to he ;>r~;- Md by him to the bill. which were ;\.’..".'.'-d an‘. ordered to lie on the table, be t‘fll‘oldtf't“. as having been read

.\i.' KEFAL'VER asked and (blasted unanimous consent that the amendments heretofore c‘ibmitted by him and pr".i'.'.»<t and ordered to lie on the table, be cor.sidered as having been read

Mr LAUSCHE submitted two amendments intended to be proposed to the bill. which were considered to have been read

.\Ir. CHURCH lfor himself and .\i: LAUSCH!) submitted an amendment 1::tended to be proposed by him to the bill: which “as read

.\ir. KEPAUVER submlthd amend~ ments intended to be proposed to the bill: which were considered to have b“ t. read

On the question of agreeing the amendment proposed by Mr. Goa! land Mr Lu'sciisl on page 38. line 3.

Pending debate,

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sell a right-of-way across a portion of the District Training School grounds at Laurel, Md., and for other purposes;

S. 3638. A bill to authorize certain expenses in the government of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes; and

S. 3639. A bill to amend the District of Columbia Practical Nurses’ Licensing Act, and for other purposes: to the Committee on the District of Columbia.

By Mr. BEALL:

S. 3640. A bill authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to erect a monument at Fort Cumberland, Allegany County, Md., in honor of George Washington; to the Committee on Rules and Administration.

By Mr. RUSSELL (for himself and Mr. TALMADGE) :

S. 3641. A bill to amend the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act; to the Committee on Commerce.

PRINTING 0!‘ ADDITIONAL coPIEs or HEAR-
INGs ENTITLED “MILITARY COLD wAR EDU-
cATIoN AND sPEEcH REvIEw PoLIcIEs”
AND THE REPoRT THEREoN
Mr. STENNIS from the Committee on

Armed Services, reported the following

concurrent resolution (S. Con. Res. 87) :

which was referred to the Committee on

Rules and Administration:

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That there be printed for the use of the Senate Committee on Armed Services not to excced six thousand additional copies of all parts of the hearings entitled “Military Cold War Eoucation and Speech Review Policies," held by the Special Preparedness Subcommittee during the current session, and not to exceed six thousand additional copies of the report thereon to be made to the Senate by that committee.

REcoMMENDATIoN PoR COMPULSORY scHooL
ATTENDANCE To AGE 11 OR HIGH scHooL
GRADUATIoN
Mr. PROXMIRE submitted the follow-

ing resolution (S. Res. 376); which was

referred to the Committee on Labor and

Public Welfare:

Whereas education and training enable young people to develop useful skills and talents; and

Whereas young people with limited education have difliculty finding and keeping satisfactory employment; and

Whereas there exists a seriously high level of unemployment among our Nation’s young people, especially those with low educational attainment; and

Whereas a large percentage of all the unemployed in our Nation are young people; and

Whereas the several States and communities of our Nation have full responsibility and authority over education policies and standards: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That it is the sense of the Senate (1) that it should be a national goal that all States have compulsory school attendance laws requiring school attendance until the seventeenth birthday or completion of the twelfth grade if prior to such birthday, and (2) that all States and communities should be encouraged to provide adequate education and training opportunities for young people while in such required attendance

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BUFOND ILADIXG 0' HJ. 34‘0

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate the bill (HR. 3460' to amend section 9(a) of the Trading with the Enemy Act, as amended. heretofore received from the House of Representatives for concurrence; which was read the second time

Mr. HEATING objected to further proceedzngs on the bill

lifr JOHNSTON raised a question of order, nz. that under rule XXV the bill should be referred to the Comm-.ttee on the Judiczary

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore. in the following statement, submitted to the Senate the question. Is the point of order well taken?

"The point of order is that paragraph 4 of rule XIV was superseded and annulled by the Reorizanirat‘on Act of 1946, and that under rule XXV the bill should be referred to the appropriate committee.

The Parlzamentarian provided the Chair with the precedents when th~s matter was before the Chair on previous occasions. Under the precedents, the matter has been referred to the Senate for decision That is what the Chair is going to do at the present time-refer the matter to the Senate for decision on the question. Is the point of order of the Senator from South Carolina well taken? If the point of order is sustained by the Senate, the Presiding Officer will refer the bill to the appropriate committee If the point of order is not sustained. the bill will be placed on the calendar.

The quest;on then is. Is the point of order made by the Senator from South Carolina well taken? The question is debatable "

Pending debate,

contact/it coanlmucnioss SATILLITI svsrnt

The hour of 12 o'clock noon having arnved.

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr Hicitzv in the chair) laid before the Senate the ball (HR. 11040) to provide for the establishment. ownership, operation. and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system. and for other purposes.

The question being on agreeing to the amendment heretofore proposed by Mr. Goat: (for himself and Mr. LAL'SCHI) to the reported amendment on page 38. line 3. strik ng out certain words and inserting in lieu thereof other words.

Pending debate,

Mr. KEI’AUVER presented amendments intended to be proposed by him to the bill. which were considered to have been read

(hi motion by Mr. Goal.

The yeas and nays. being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present. were ordered on the question of agreeing to his amendment

IIISSAC! I'IOI T"! HOUSE

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

Ur. Pfl'sidt’fif.’ The House of Representatives has passed without amendment the bill (S. 1918i to extend benefits of the Policemen and Piremen's Retirement and Disability Act Amendments of 1957 to widows and surviving children of former members of the Metropolitan Police force, the Fire Department of the District of Columbia. the US Park Police force. the White House Police force, or the US. Secret Service Division, who were retired or who died in the service of any such organization prior to the effective date of such amendments.

The Speaker of the House having signed nine enrolled bills; viz. 8. 2135. H R. 23. HR. 3372. H R. 5139, HR 7741. HR. 8168. HR. 10276. H R. 11400. and HR. 11405. I am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President.

IHROLLID IILLS SIGNED

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

8.2135. An act to authorize the Securities and Exchange Commission to delegate certain functions:

HR. 23. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to construct. operate. and maintain the Arbuckle reclamation project. Oklahoma. and for other purposes;

HR 3372 An act for the relief of Barbara W. Trousil. Edward G. Trousil. and Robert E Trotisll;

HR.5139 An act for the relief of Helena .\f. Grover;

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

HR 8168 An act to admit the oil screw tugs Barbara. It‘alec. Lvdia. and Alice and the barges Florida. DB '3, .\'n 220, and No. 2.15 to American registry and to permit their use in coastwise trade while they are owned by Standard Dredging Corp, a New Jersey corporation;

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 11400 An act to continue for 2 years the existing suspension of duties on certain liithes used for shoe last roughing or for shoe last finishing; and

H 11.11405 An act to provide for the maintenance 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

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same COIIZIC'IAL (‘OIIL'NICATIONS SATILLITII

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The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (HR. 11040) to provide for

the e-tablislzment. ownership. operatzon and regulation of a commercial communicauons satellite system. and for other purposes

The question bit-‘.21: on QLJTITZT-a' the amendment proposed bf: .\f.' (‘n I! for himself and .\Ir Lusciir- to the reported amendment on page 38 line 3

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Mr. MtGEI-I raised a questzor. u to the presence of a quorum:

Whereupon

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro ‘.rrnpore directed the roll to be called,

\R'hen

Seventy-nine Senators ans‘ered to their names. as follows:

Aiken 11s.". ‘(r .f-erfe.‘ Ailott Hurts l'umr. Bartlett ll rlenltnper lei-.1 Ileall Hickey i" o ..'.7 Bibi. Hill P'CIYLL‘Y Bow Holland Rand .; :. Bush Jaclano Rota-sues 87m, Va Jot rutun lt'J-cll Byrd. 1%‘ Va. m. H C‘ maze-r.‘ a Cannon Kraut!‘ 8.1m (\pehart Iefauve: smasher‘ (hrleon rlr‘ ' with. Ham Carroll Kuchel Smith. Llano a Tana-Le 8m Charm 1.- .1 tin stanzas (‘burgh 1,-:.; Haw-a1: 87mm 00090! I, IA CON“! Hag-3.1;- :1 ‘IBM Curua \tszaneld Tower Ilirlaen ‘-i (‘a"..".\ "11" Douglas hfct'leilan will‘. .\ J Blender “A me M m w; L! Samara Yam Ervin \li-Z- 3:! \' rang .‘i Dal Pong \Llie.’ Y ' g “to (‘pore Ll inc Grinning \l'zfxfl

A quorum being present.

After debate.

The question b'ini: taken on acre-uni: to the amendment proposed by Mr. Goa: (for himself and Mr. UL'SCHI' to the reported amendment viz. on page 38 strike out all on line 3. down to and includzng line 14. as follows:

"NOT"! 0' Hill")! I‘fhlNL'L! NWIYXOH‘I

"SEC 402 Whenever the corporation shall enter into b‘.‘.\‘.!‘."\\ 12w." 1:11;. ;.\ with respect to facilitzes operations or services authorized by this Act "iv-:22. any international or foremn entity, 1! shall notify the Department of State of the negotiations. and the Department of State shall advise the corporation of relevant fOfl‘lKll policy conszder-atzom Throughout such negotiations the corporation shall keep the Department of State informed with respect to such (‘(iflSZdf‘l'fillOflS The corporation may request the Department of State to assist in the negotiations and that Department shall render such assistance as may be appropriate " and insert in lieu thereof the folloi'lnfii

Foreign rzegofiatznns

Se"; 40:’ The curpurafzwr. shall m3 enter into MOOflOflOIU with any 172:!’ncfional twenty, foreign Oirf‘f’fif‘lf’lf or entity ll'lUIOUf a prior notification to the Department of State. which icill conduct or supervise such neootzcfirms All agreements and arrangements inf’: any ~ucli agency, got-ernment. or entity shall

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be subject to the approval of the Department of State.

It was determined in }Yeas ____ __ 19 the negative ________ __ Nays ____ __ 56

The yeas and nays having been heretofore ordered.

Senators who voted in the affirmative are—

Carroll Jackson Neuberger Chavez Kefauver Pell

Church Lausche Proxmire Douglas Long, Hawaii Yarborough Gore Long, La. Young, Ohio Gruening McNamara

Hart Morse

Senators who voted in the negative are

Aiken Fong Prouty

Allott Hickenlooper Randolph
Beall Hickey Robertson
Bible Hill Russell

Boggs Holland Saltonstall
Bush Johnston Scott

Byrd, Va. Jordan, N.C. Smathers
Byrd, W. Va. Keating Smith, Maine
Cannon Kerr Sparkman
Capehart Kuchel Stennis
Carlson Long, Mo. Symington
Case Magnuson Talmadge
Cooper Mansfield Thurmond
Cotton McCarthy Tower

Curtis McClellan Wiley
Dirksen McGee Williams, N.J.
Ellender Miller Williams, Del.
Engle Mundt Young. N. Dak.
Ervin Pearson

So the amendment was not agreed to.

On motion by Mr. KERR to reconsider

the vote disagreeing to the amendment, On motion by Mr. SMATHERS,

The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

On motion by Mr. KE'FAU’VER to amend the reported amendment by inserting on page 24, after line 25, a new subsection on a synchronous or nonsynchronous system,

Pending debate,

On motion by Mr. SMATHERS, and by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That debate on the amendment be limited to 1 hour, equally divided between the proponents and opponents.

On motion by Mr. KEFAUVER,

The yeas and nays, being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present, were ordered on the question of agreeing to his amendment; and

The further consideration of the said amendment was temporarily laid aside.

Mr. GRUENING presented amendments intended to be proposed to the bill, which were considered to have been read.

The reported amendment was amended on the motion of Mr. CHURCH (for himself and Mr. LAUSCHE).

The Senate resumed the consideration of the amendment proposed by Mr. KEFAUVER on page 24 inserting after line 25, the following:

(2) decide whether the communications satellite corporation authorized under title III of this Act shall initially utilize a synchronous or nonsynchronous system and may decide at a future date that the corporation shall change from one system to the other; and

On pages 25 and 26, renumber subsections of section 201(a) to conform with the new subsection (2).

After debate,

The question being taken on agreeing to the amendment,

It was determined in Yeas ____ __ 14 the negative ________ -- Nays ____ __ 54

The yeas and nays having been heretofore ordered.

Senators who voted in the affirmative are—

Bartlett Gruening Morse
Carroll Kefauver Neuberger
Church Long, Hawaii Proxmlre
Douglas Long, La. Yarborough
Gore McNamara

Senators who voted in the negative
are—-
Aiken Fong Mundt
Allott Hart Pearson
Beall Hartke Pell
Bible Hickenlooper Prouty
Boggs Hickey Randolph
Bush Holland Russell
Byrd, W. Va. Jackson Scott
Cannon Johnston Smaihers
Capehart Jordan, N.C. Smith. Maine
Carlson Keating Sparkman
Case Kerr Stennis
Cooper Kuchel Symington
Cotton Magnuson Thurmond
Curtis Mansfield Tower
Dlrksen McCarthy Wiley
Ellender McClellan Williams, N.J.
Engle McGee Williams. Del.
Ervin Miller Young. Ohio

So the amendment was not agreed to.

On motion by Mr. KERR to reconsider

the vote disagreeing to the amendment, On motion by Mr. DIRKSEN,

The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

On motion by Mr. KERR, and by unanimous consent.

The vote agreeing to the amendment proposed to the reported amendment on page 24, line 26, by Mr. CHURCH (for himself and Mr. LAUSCHE) was reconsidered.

Mr. CHURCH withdrew his proposed amendment.

The reported amendment was then amended on page 25, line 21, on the motion of Mr. CHURCH.

On motion by Mr. CHURCH to reconsider the vote agreeing to the amend— ment,

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD,

The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

Mr. YARBOROUGH presented amendments intended to be proposed by him to the bill, which were considered as having been read.

On motion by Mr. MORSE to further amend the reported amendment by inserting in lieu of the language proposed to be inserted, as amended, other words,

Pending debate,

ENROLLED BILL PRESENTED

The Secretary reported that on today he presented to the President of the United States the enrolled bill (S. 2135) to authorize the Securities and Exchange Commission to delegate certain functions.

COMMERCIAL COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE svs'ram

The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill (H.R. 11040) to provide for the establishment, ownership, operation, and regulation of a commercial

communications satellite system, and for other purposes.

The question being on agreeing to the amendment proposed by Mr. MORSE as a substitute for the reported amendment, as amended,

Mr. MORSE presented amendments intended to be proposed to the bill by him, and for himself and others, for reading under rule XXII.

During the reading of the amendments, Mr. DIRKSEN addressed the Chair for recognition, and in response to his parliamentary inquiry,

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. HICKEY in the chair) held that Mr. MORSE had lost the floor when the amendments were submitted.

Mr. MORSE raised a question of order, viz, that the amendments were presented for reading to comply with the rule, and their reading would have to be completed before Mr. DIRKSEN was entitled to be recognized.

The PRESIDING OFFICER directed that the reading of the amendments continue.

The reading of the amendments continuing,

Mr. DIRKSEN moved that the Senate adjourn under its order of today; and

On the question of agreeing to Mr. Dmxsan's motion,

Mr. MORSE raised a question of order that the motion was not in order until the amendments had been read.

The PRESIDING OFFICER stated the question to be on agreeing to Mr. DIRK— sEN’s motion to adjourn.

Mr. MORSE raised a question as to the presence of a quorum;

Whereupon

The PRESIDING OFFICER directed the roll to be called;

When

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Aiken Gore Norton
Allott (‘iruening Mundt
Bartlett Hart Murphy
Beall Hartke aluaaie
Bennett Hickenlooper Neuberer
Bo“! Hickey Paatore
Bottum Hill Pearaon
Burdick Holland Pell

Buah Hruaka Prouty
Butler Humphrey Proamire
Bird. \t' Va Jackaon Randolph
Cannon Javita Rumeil
(‘apehan Johnston Saitonatall
Carlson Jordan. Idaho Scott

Carroll Keating Bmathera
Ca~e Kefauver Smith. him-u
Chavez Kerr Smith. Maine
Church Kuchel Sparitman
Clark [Attache Stennia
Cooper Long. No Byminirton
Cotton Long. Hawaii Talmadee
Curtis bone. Lo. Thurmond
Dirksen Nairnuaon Tom

Dodd litanatiem Wiley
Douala-a McCarthy William. N J.
hatiand NcOee Williams. Del
Kllender McNamara Yum
Bngle letcalf Young. N Oak
Irvin Miller You. Ohio
Pong Monroney

Goldwater

A quorum being present.

THE JOURNAL

On motion by Mr. Mas-snub. and by unanimous consent.

The reading of the Journal of the proceedings of Monday, August 13. 1962. was dispensed with. own roa Drain: t'ros CLOTUII: utmos

On motion by Mr Marianna. and by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That the time until 1 o'clock pm. today be allotted for debate upon the cloture motion on H R 11040, to be controlled and equally divided between the majority leader and Mr. Kll'At‘t'Ell

itsssaci: no! rm: not'si:

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 amendments. in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

S. 2357. An act to provide for the resulation of credit life insurance and credit accident and health insurance in the District of Columbia; and

8.3086. An act to provide for a reduction in the workweek of the Fire Department of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes.

The House has passed the bill (S. 3315) to relieve owners of abutting property from certain assessments in connection with the repair of alleys and sidewalks in the District of Columbia. with an amendment. 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:

HR. 1341. An act to require passentier-carrying motor vehicles purchased for use by the Federal Government to mt'i't certain safety standards,

if R 8563 An act to amend the Life Insurance Act of the District of Columhis to permit certain policies to be usued to members of duly orttttfiiled national veterans‘ organizations,

if R 9045. An act to amend the Trading with the Enemy Act. as amended:

11 R 10188 An act to amend sections 2 and 5 of the act entitled "An act to regulate the height. exterior design. and construction of private and semipublic buildings iii the Georgetown area of the National Capital." approved September 22. 1950 (64 Stat. 903);

HR. 11698. An act to amend the act of “arch 3. 1901. to permit the appointment of new trustees in deeds of trust in the District of Columbia by agreement of the parties:

11R 12689. An act to repeal section 557 and to amend section 559 of the act entitled "An act to establish a code of law for the District of Columbia." approved “arch 3, l90l: and

H R 12727 An act to amend the act of February 28. 1901. to insure that policemen and firemen in the District of Columbia will receive medical care for all injuries and diseases.

HOUSZ BILLS IZ'ERIIZD

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

Ordered. That the bill HR. 1341 be referred to the Committee on Commerce:

That the bills HR. 8563. HR. 10188. H R 11698. HR. 12689. and HR. 1272? be referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia: and

That the bill HR. 9045 be referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.

COMMITTEE AUTHOIIZZD TO SIT

The Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations was authorized to sit today during the session of the Senate. on the request of Mr. Massrirto

coinleacuii. couiwsicarions siiretun svsrnt

The Senate resumed the consideration of its unfinished business. viz. the bill IH R. 11040) to provide for the establishment. ownership. operation. and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system. and for other purposes

The question being on tutfeelmt to the amendment yesterday proposed by Mr. MORSE as a substitute for the reported amendment. as amended.

.\ir. JAVITS presented an amendment intended to be proposed to the bill: which was considered as having been read.

Pending debate. under the order of today, on the motion to close debate on the bill.

Mr. HUMPHREY. Mr. KI-ZFAUVER. and Mr. MORSE, respectively. presented

amendments intended to be proposed by each to the bill; which were coruzdered to have been read

Pending further debate.

The hour of 1 o'clock pm having arrived.

The VICE PRESIDENT, in accordance with the provisions of rule XXII. la;d before the Senate the motion ;i."-:~t!'.'.(~d by .\f.' ltiaxsrtzto on August 11, 1962 that debate be brought to a close tip-0.". the bill (HR 11040) to pronde for the establishment. on nerslnp. otx-ranor. and regulation of a commercial communications satellite system. and for (‘1311-7 pun poses. and thereupon dzrected the roll to be called, to ascertain the pft'M-llt‘t' of a quorum;

\Vhen

Ninety-one Senators Kl‘fi‘lt'ft‘d to then' names as follows:

Aiken Don M r‘- rAilott Grinning H.232 liartiet'. 1111.". Murphy Beall l-tartke Huakie Bennett H. itr:.. - ;-e.° .‘i-‘eub-erger Bow Hlt'lfj' imp-Ase Botturn 11.;; run :. Burdtck Holland re .; Btaah l!."...aka 1'? an Butler Humphrey Pro 3311 w Va. Jackson Ran: .-,-.*. CBDDOD Javl'tl Him-t“ Capehart Johnston .‘~'-a.'.o:.a'.a.l Carlson Jordan ltiar Soot: (knoll Keating Smathm (‘m Refs e’ Srr.:'..'. Una (‘haves Kr" Smith Llalne Chi-1R3! K . Lr. Sparkmar. cm: 1_.-. .-\--.'.r Sienna

l.--:.,. lit.v 512111.".(102‘. (‘otton LIL; Haas Instance (‘urtia b-n; [A Trzurmcad Dirksen Marxian’ T "y Dodd Mansfield Wiley Dougiaa Ll-‘Vnflf'i ‘.t‘uizama SJ hatland M41"- tt': :ama Del Blender lit Samara Tr r 43:. logic Men-all Y are 5' Dal Irvin .\f..‘.er \‘1 r; Ohio Pom: .\l :.r :-.e~. Ooldi’ltti' M tar

A quorum being present

The VICE PRESIDENT, in further pursuance of the rule. stated the question to be. Is it the sense of the Senate that debate shall be brought to a cit-w‘ and

It was determined in Yeiu ..-- 63 the affirmative --__ Nays 27

Senators who voted in the affirmativHIM

Aiken RAH HOZRNLC)
Aliott Battle at :ur.
Beall lilrkcnlongver Mundt
Bennett Hzckey :rpair
Bog‘: Nuland “italic
Hottum Hrxiaka l’utore
Bush Humphrey 1" at‘ut.
Htit'ter Ja-claon Pei.
(‘ape-hart JaYi'J Proutr
Carlson Jordan ldahw Proarnire
Cane Keating Random:
('hlt'fl Kerr .‘u.'.o:_i'.a.'.
Church K ;-.'.e'. Not‘.
(“All lain-‘lic Smathm
Cooper 11.4.1: Lto 5:21:12‘. Mala
Cotton lone. Ha'ail Smith. Maine
Curtis Magritte-on Symingtori
DUI-nth Mansfield Wiley
Dodd at (‘arthi Wzlltama NJ
Brittle Mrtral! ‘ti-‘imam. Dar
Pun‘ Miller Y '11‘ 8 Dal
Senators v-ho voted in the net'atzw
Bf!“— _
Bartlett Ibu‘laa (‘pore
Burdick Eastland (‘inserting
Byrd. w \‘a Ellcnder mu
(‘annon 12:12.". Johan-.4‘:
Carroll Goldwater Kefaum

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