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Montauk and Glenbrook, admit to registry—(See S.
3649.)
Monument, erection of, at Fort Cumberland, Allegany
County, Md.—(See S. 3640.)
Moon flights and landings, research and development,
report ___________________________________ __
Moore, Daniel E.—(See HR. 9596.)
Moore, Mrs. Jane R.—(See HR. 2659.)
Morais, Joao Pereira and Maria da Gloria—(See S.
3360.)
Morocco, agricultural agreements with ____________ __ 171
Morrill Act—(See S. Res. 347.)
Morrill, Justin Smith, homestead, Vermont, committee
to represent the Senate at dedication of, as na-
tional historic landmark—(See S. Res. 347.)
Morris, Frank C., Assistant to the Secretary (debt
management), Department of the Treasury,
granted Senate floor privileges ____________ __
Morse, Wayne (Senator from the State of Oregon)—
Attendance, excused from __________________ __ 248,503
Attended ____________________________________ __ 1
Conferee—
Appointed as __________________________ __ 79,88,767
Excused as ________________________________ __ 572
Mexico-United States Interparliamentary Group,
appointed _______________________________ __
Mortelliti, Salvatore—(See HR. 2176.)
Mortgage—
Federal Housing Administration insured, protect-
ing purchasers of houses against defects—(See
S. 3460.)
Loans—(See S. 3443.)
Mortgage Market Facilities Act of 1962—(See S. 3443.)
Morton, John D.—(See HR. 1918.)
Morton, Thruston B. (Senator from the State of Ken-
tucky)—
Attended ___________________________________ __ 1
Conferee, appointed as _____________________ __ 137,218
Moscato, Miss Susanna—(See HR. 5916.)
Moss, Frank E. (Ted) (Senator from the State of
Utah)—
Attended ________________________________ _____ 2
President pro tempore, appointed acting _______ __ 560
Motels—(See Hotels and motels.)
Motor Vehicle Indemnification Fund Act of the Dis-
trict of Columbia—(See S. 3425.)
Motor Vehicles-—
Driver register of names—(See S. 3032.)
Draft of proposed legislation ________________ -_
Report on, printing—(See H. Con. Res. 480.)
Seat belts, safety standards-(See HR. 134.)
Moure, Dr. Antonio A.—(See S. 3281.)
Mourkakos, Stavros Michael—(See HR. 1899.)
Moy, Yet Gee and Mee San—(See S. 3279.)
Mrugala, Jan—(See S. 3700.)
Mukoyama, Jorge Shojiro, and others—(See S. 3061.)
Mulberry Creek, Tenn., watershed protection report___ 190
Mundt, Karl E. (Senator from the State of South
Dakota)—
Attended ___________________________________ -_ 1
Intergovernmental Relations Commission, ap-
pointed member _________________________ __
Conferee, appointed as _______________________ __

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218

204

157

214,
253, 309,505, 612, 671, 681, 704, 775
Funeral committee appointments ___________ __ 331, 427

NATO Parliamentarians’ Conference, member- __ _ 681
Municipal theater for District of Columbia, planning—
(See H.J. Res. 865.)
Murphy, Maurice J., Jr. (Senator-designate from the
State of New Hampshire)—
Committee assignments—(See S. Res. 291, S. Res.
363, S. Res. 373.)
Conferee, appointed as ______________________ __ 120
Credentials presented and oath administered____ 1
Interparliamentary Union Conference, member__ 681

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Music, copyright—(See Copyright—Music.) Page
Muskie, Edmund S. (Senator from the State of
Maine)—
Attended ___________________________________ __ 1

Board of Visitors to Military Academy, appointed- 183
Intergovernmental Relations Commission, ap-
pointed member _________________________ __ 157
President pro tempore, appointed acting _____ __ 563, 729
Mutter, Ronald L.—(See HR. 8195.)
Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of 1951—( See
also Battle Act.)
Operations under, report _____________________ _-
Mutual security program, message from the Presi-
dent on _________________________________ __
Muza, Edward, petition __________________________ __
Myers, Ivy Gwendolyn—(See HR. 3821.)

168

307
432

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Nagy, Jeno—(See S. 3026.)

Nakashidze, Hidayet Danish—(See S. 3071.)

Narcotics—

Addiction. considered as mental illness—(See S.
3098.)
Illicit traflic in, resolution to prevent _________ __

Narraguagus River project, Maine, authorizing—(See
S. 3648.)

National—

Forests—(See also Forest.)
Land additions—(See S. 2724; HR. 9822.)
Mining—
Claims on, review ________________________ _ _
Interests in—(See S. 3378.)
Roads and trails for, to construct and main-
tain—(See S. 3231.)
Draft of proposed legislation _____________ __
Parks, First World Conference on—( See S. 2164.)
Strategy, studying—( See S.J. Res. 177. )

National Advisory Council on International Monetary
and Financial Problems, communications
from, transmiting—

Annual report ______________________________ __
Inter-American Development Bank, District of
Columbia insurance companies funds invest-
ment in, draft of proposed legislation ____ __

National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958—(See
S. 2650, S. 2945; HR. 9485.)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration—
Activities and accomplishments, report ______ __ 369, 632
Appropriations—-

Authorizing—(See S. 2848; HR. 11737.)

Draft of proposed legislation ________________ _ _ 72
Cape Canaveral, Fla, report on _____________ __ 202, 245
Communications from, transmitting—

Proposed legislation, draft of, on appropria-

tions ____________________________________ __ 72
Reports by, on—
Activities ________________________________ __ 8
Advanced Saturn—
Launch vehicle, facilities for testing and re-
lated work, use of funds for __________ __ 681
Static test facility, construction ________ __ 607
Atomic Energy Commission, Apollo phase of
manned lunar program ________________ __ 202
Australia, tracking facilities agreements____ 31
Cape Canaveral, Fla, facilities ___________ _- 202,

245, 310, 329, 335, 499, 560

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293

224

245

259

Civil Service employees, number of ________ __ 475
Contracts negotiated _____________________ __ 8, 294
Department of the Air Force—
Dewars, Florida, storage _______________ __ 283
Plant No. 16, Downey, Calif., research and
development for moon spacecraft ______ __ 293
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt,
Md.—
Installations, report ____________________ _- 335

Proposed laboratory construction ________ __ 486
National Aeronautics and Space Administration—Con. Page .
Oommurucations from, transmitting—
Reports by.on—
Grants, research and development ......... _- 807
langley Research Center, Va.-
Additional funds for proposed construction
of noise facility ______________________ -- 533
Rendezvous docking facility ............. -- 122
Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Tex,
additional land at ...................... .. 96
Marshall Space Plight Center. transfer of
funds ................................ -- 681
Michoud Ordnance Plant, New Orleans, La.—
Modiflcation __________ ___ ............ -- 225, 460
Renovation ............................ -- 56
Moon flights and landings, research and de-
velopment" --_ _______________________ -- 293
Professional and scientific positions ...... -- 58
Programing actions ...................... -- 225
Rosman. N.C.. data acquisition facility, on-
team installation ..................... -- 105
Sacramento, Calif., facilities and equipment
at Aerolet General plant, report ........ -- 225
Saturn—
Booster, report on ......... --_ ......... _. 139
Launch vehicle research and development-.. 322
Wallops Station. Va, facilities ____________ -- 560
National Housing Act. extending to cover em-
ployees at installations of—tSee S. 2878.)

Programing actions, reports __________________ -- 225
National Capital Housing Authority, annual report-- 453
National Capital Park and Planning Commission,

planning—(See H R. 9954.)
National Capital Parks Memorial Board, establishing—
tSee S.J. Res. 148.) .
Draft of proposed legislation ................. _- 18
National Capital Planning Commission. annual report. 11
National Capital Transportation Agency, communica-
tion from, requesting permission to consult
Architect of the Capitol .................. -- 437

National Citizenship Commission, establishing—(See
S. 3271.)

National Consumers Advisory Board, establishing—
iSee S. 3169.)

National Council on Architecture and Urban Design.
establishing—isee S. 3788.)

National Council on Radiation Protection and Meas-
urements, create or charter corporation of—
1800 S. 3675.)

National Council on U.S. Goals, establish permanent»—
(See S.J. Res. 219.)

National Country Music Week, proclaiming—‘See S
Con. Res. 88.)

National Cultural Center Week, designation of—tSce
S.J. Res. 214 )

National Defense Education Act of 1958—(See S.
2892. S. 3326, S. 3330, S. 3760.)

National Driver Register Service Act—iSee S. 3885.)

National Drum Corps Week, proclaiming—18cc S.J.
Res. 189.)

National forests—(See also Department. of Agricul-
ture—Forests; Secretary of Agriculture.)

Addition of lands to. draft of proposed legislation l4

Roads and trails COMLrUCtiOIL---" . -_. - - _ .--.. 24
National Forest RA’SCH'RUOD Commission-—

Annual report ............................... __ 8

Member appointed- _-_-------_-_ - --_ __--_-_ _ _ _ 334
National Fuels and Energy Study Group on an Assess-

ment on Energy in the United States, report.
printing of—(See 8. Res 408.)
National Fund for Medical Education. audit-.__-- ._ 118

National German-American Week, authorize-1800

S.J.Res2l6.)
National Gunrd—tSee Armed Forces—National
Guard.)

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National Mediation Board—
Appropriations. reapporuonment-- -- --_-
Communications from, transmitting reports by.
on—
Annual -. . . . -_ .--.----.-.-.---
National Railroad Adjustment Board, annuaL-
National Police Gazette Corp-tSc-e S. 3354.)
National Public Works Week. designating—(See SJ.
Res 88. 11.1. Res. 888.)
National Railroad Aditisuneflt Board, annual report- _
National Safety Council—
50th Anniversary Year,
Res. 222.)
Report on audit National School Lunch
11885.)
National School Lunch Week, establishing— See 5 J
Res. 211.)
National Science Foundation—
Message from the President on.- ............. --
Weather modification. annual report .......... --
National Science Foundation Act of lose-‘sec H R.
8558.)
National Security Act of 1947, message from the
President on ............................ .-
National Security Agency, personnel. pronding for
maximum security clearance of-—-'Sec HR
12082.)
National security methods, investigation of—iSee 8.
Res. 332i
National Service Life insurance—
Asslgnment. draft of proposed legislation ...... --
Granting—(Sec S. 3289.)
National Society of the Union. to incorporatcgisec
8.2980.)
National Space Day. designating—(See SJ. Res. 158.
SJ. Res. 185.)
National System of Interstate and Defense flit-ha 335,
additional miles—isee S. 2883.)
National Teachers Day. designating-ism S. 3380.)
National Trade Policy Act of 1962—(See S. 2840;
H.R.9900.)
National Transportation Week. proclaiming—‘See H.J.
Res. 828.)
National Union Insurance Co. of Washington. amend-
ing charter—See S. 3418.)
National Woman's Relief Corps. incorporating. reso-
lution for ............................. --.--
Nationals of the United States in foreign countries.
disposition of. draft of proposed legislation" -
NATO Parliamentarians Conference—
Communication from, transmitting reports and
recommendations ........................ --
Members appointed to ....................... --
Natural Gas Act—(See S. 1595. S. 2744. 8. 288.‘. S.
3343.)
Draft of proposed legislation ................ --
Natural resources, conservation. message from the
President on... .... --
Nuynio Indian irrigation project. construct, operate,
and maintain—See S. 107.)

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Naval personnel, living conditions and morale, Nor-
folk, Va., petition praying an investigation---
Naval Supply Depot Clearfield, Ogden, Utah, legisla-
tive jurisdiction—(See S. 2421.)
Navy, Department of the—(See Department of the Navy.)
Navy Club of the United States, report on activities
and finances ____________________________ __ 15
Nebraska—

Big Indian Creek, watershed protection _______ __

Kansas River and tributaries, review __________ __

Mirage Flats Irrigation District, repayment con—
tract—(See HR. 6773.)

North Loup Division, Missouri River Basin proj-
ect, report ______________________________ __

Senators from—

Curtis, Carl T.—(See Curtis, Carl T.)
Hruska, Roman L.—(See Hruska, Roman L.)
Needles, San Bernardino County, Calif., land convey-
ance—(See HR. 2952.)
Negro History Week, proclaiming—(See S.J. Res. 156.)
Nelson, Robert 0., and Harold E. Johnson—(See HR.
13072.)

Draft of proposed legislation __________________ __
Neshobe River, Vt., watershed protection __________ __
Nets, fowling, exemption from duty—(See HR. 6682.)
Neuberger, Mrs. Maurine B. (Senator from the State

of Oregon)— 1

Attended ____________________________________ __ 1

Canada-United States Interparliamentary Con-
ference member __________________________ __ 100

Conferee, appointed as _______________________ __ 364

President pro tempore, appointed acting _____ __ 246, 283
Nevada—

Colorado River Commission, conveyance of land

to—(See S. 3089.)

Henderson, conveyance of land to—(See S. 3538.)

Lincoln, county of, land conveyance to—(See S.
3448.)

McCarran Airport, Clark County, commercial use
of land—(See S. 3503.)

Pershing County Water Conservation District,
Humboldt project, deferment of repayment
installment, report _______________________ __

Senators from-

Bible, Alan—(See Bible, Alan.)
Cannon, Howard W.-—(See Cannon, Howard
W.)
New Hampshire—

Legislature of the State of, Senator Styles Bridges,
resolution of sorrow on death of __________ __ 16

Senator-designate from—

Murphy, Maurice J ., Jr.-—(See Murphy, Maurice
J ., Jr.)
Senators from—
Bridges, Styles—(See Bridges, Styles.)
Cotton, Norris—(See Cotton, Norris.)

New Hampshire and Northern New England, airline
service for—(See S. 3187.)
New J ersey—
Delaware River and Bay, additional toll bridges
over—(See HR. 12818.)
Delaware River and Bay Authority, consent of
Congress—(See H.J. Res. 783.)
Delaware River bridges, use of funds acquired
from by Burlington County—(See HR. 5604.)
Legislature of the State of—
Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from-
Federal Food Insurance Act of 1956, resolu-
tion ___________________________________ __ 184
Veterans, additional accommodations for in
hospitals, resolution ___________________ __
Newark Bay, Hackensack, and Passaic Rivers
project, authorizing modification of—(See S.
3381.)

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478

450

554
475

505

300

New Jersey—Continued Page
Passenger rail transportation system, compact to
establish—(See S.J. Res. 194.)
Port Elizabeth, maintenance of navigation chan-
nels to—(See S. 3381.)
Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay, beach erosion
and hurricane damage, prevention of—(See S.
3662.)
Senators from—
Case, Clifford P.—( See Case, Clifford P.)
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.—(See Williams, Har-
rison A., Jr.)
Tocks Island National Recreation Area, establish-
ing—(See S. 3530.)
New Melones Dam and Reservoir, Stanislaus River,
Calif., modification—(See S. 2776.)
New Mexico—-
Bernalillo County Indian Hospital—(See S. 3056.)
Caballo Reservoir area, establishment and admin-
istration of facilities—(See S. 46.)
Elephant Butte Reservoir area, establishment and
administration of facilities—(See S. 46.)
House of Representatives of the State of, Santa
Fe post ofi‘ice, transfer to the State for mu-
seum, resolutions ______________________ __ 106, 108
Land of Enchantment. revised edition of Senate
document, printing—i See S. Res. 399.)
Pueblos of, correcting land descriptions of—(See

S. 2696.)
Relief of—(See S. 2842.)
Rio Grande and tributaries, Las Cruces, review__ 445
Santa Fe post office, transfer to the State for mu-

seum, resolution ________________________ __ 106, 108

Senators from—
Anderson, Clinton P.—(See Anderson, Clinton
P.)
Chavez, Dennis—(See Chavez, Dennis.)
Valle Grande National Park, establishing-(See

S. 3321.)
New York-
Court vacancies, resolution on selection ________ __ 22
Fire Island Inlet and Montauk Point, resolution
for funds for shore protection _____________ __ 181

House of Representatives of the State of, John
Glenn, Lt. Col., U.S. Marine Corps, resolution
commending _______ -__ ___________________ .. 118

Legislature of the State of—

Petitions, resolutions, and memorials from—
Fire Island Inlet and Montauk Point, resolu-
tion for funds for shore protection _____ __ 181
Narcotics hospital, resolution to establish in
New York metropolitan area ___________ __ 181
Public assistance programs, authority over,
resolution for __________________________ __ 160

Manticoke Creek, watershed protection _______ __ 404

Naval Shipyard, relief of civilian employees—(See
HR. 10002.)

New York City—

Reimburse for rehabilitation of slip 7-(See HR.
74.)

United Nations, expenses of, payment—(See
HR. 4441.)

Passenger rail transportation system, compact to
establish—(See S.J. Res. 194.)

Senate of the State of, Genesee River, N.Y., res-
olution to review reports on ______________ __

Senators from—

Javits, Jacob K.-(See Javits, Jacob K.)
Keating, Kenneth B.—(See Keating, Kenneth
B.)

Worlds Fair, authorizing President to invite par-
ticipants—(See S.J. Res. 186.)

New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J., contract
report ___________________________________ __ 13

170

New York State barge canal, remove ceiling for im-
provement—(See S. 3072.)

Newman. Carl E: Norma V. Newman Sewell; and
Yvonne C. Newman Cole; gratuity to—(See
8. Res. 384.)

Newton Water Users Association. Newton project,
Utah. report on deferment of payment
due-_----... ..................... --

Ngo. Dinh Khon—(See S3121.)

Niagara River. study flooding conditions, resolution
favoring appropriation ................... --

Nicaragua. Rama Road, appropriation for. draft of
proposed legislation . --_- - - - ,_--_---__----__

Nicholson. Bertha~l$ee S. 3294.)

Nickel oxide powder, notice of disposition .......... --

Nigeria, legislators, Senate recess to greet .......... -_

Nigo. James Takeo—tSee SY 2276.)

Ning. Lee Sik; and Lee Ngar Wai—‘See S. 3627.)

Nobel Peace Prize Committee to the Norwegian Par-
liament. communication from. transmitting
nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize ..... --

Nonbroadcast operations. temporary authorization for.
draft of proposed legislation .............. --

Non-profit. educational. literary and scientific institu-
tions. draft of proposed legislation—(See S.
3596.)

Noora. Domingo—‘See S. 3585.)

Norman. James M-tSee S. 3377: HR. 1361.)

North Atlantic Treaty Organization—18cc also
NATO.)

US. Citizens Commission—

Communication. from. transmitting report on
activities held in Paris. France ............. --
Edward Penner appointed member .......... --

North Branch Mill Creek. Mich, watershed protection.

North Carolina—

Anniversary-lsee SJ. Res. 147.)

Buggs Island Lake, to designate reservoir created
by the John 11. Kerr Dam as—iSee HR.
9243.)

Cape Hatteras National Seashore. bridge construc-
tion at—(See HR. 8983.)

Explosion of munitions truck between Smithfield
and Selma relief for inluries—tSee RR. 5312 )

Great Smoky Mountains National Park. land do-
nations. draft of proposed legislation ...... .-

Roanoke. anniversary of landing of Sir Walter
Raleigh's colony on-iSee Virginia Dare.)

Senators from—

Ervin. Sam J., Jr.—~See Ervin. Sam J., Jr.)
Jordan. 8. Everett—(Sec Jordan. 13v Everett )

Wilmington Harbor, review . . . . .. .- . .. . .. .

North Carolina Tercentenary Celebration Commission.
establishing—iSee S.J. Res. 147.)

Members appointed—
Rouse-_-_.._ . . _ . . . -. - _
Senate .......... --

North Dakota—

Burke. John—iSee Burke, John.)

Court in the district of, providing additional places
for holding—‘See S. 2864.)

Dunn County. relief of—iSee S. 3556.)

Port Union Trading Post National Historic Site,
establishment—'See S. 3704 )

Little Missouri River compact—‘See S. 1139.)

Lower Forest River, watershed protection

Senators from—

Burdick. Quentin N.—lSee Burdick. Quentin N )

Young. Milton R.—iSee Young. Milton R.)

Theodore Roosevelt National Park. provide for
a scenic parkway connection—‘See S. 3668.)

Northeastern Water and Related Land Resources Com-
pact. resolution on passage- -._--- . . .__-. .

Norway. trade agreements with. message from the
President on

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M Nouri. Dr. Hassen 371—‘See 8.3452.)

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169
104

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308

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294

318
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404

438

475

Nuyo River and Harbor, Calif., review ............. --
Nuclear weapons testing, memorial ........ --- ..... --
Nuclear interstate Compact—See Southern Nuclear
11111-751814‘ Compact )
Nurses. fl'it'istrtlliofi of—
As staff officers in Merchant .‘tizirzne— Su‘ 11R
11903 I
Minimum age limitation-ism S 3636 )
Nursing homes. modemiaation or fI';):1\Crmt'!l'.~— Sue
S. 3407.)
0

Oakland Harbor, Calif., Fruitvalt- Avenue Bridge. re-
view ___ . . .......... .-

Oakley site on the Sanuamon River, Ill , construction
of dam and reservoir at--iSee S 2645 )

Occupational Safety Act-(See S. 3208.)

Ocean mail transportation. determine postal rates
for—iSee S 2833.)

Oceanography research and survey—i See 8 901.)

Oceanographic Act of 1962—i See 8 901 .)

Office buildings—(See District of Columbia—Federal
Omce.)

Office of Assistant Secretary for Forestry Resources.
establishing—(See S. 3710 )

Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization—(See also
President of the United Stltth'r—EXKUNVQ Of-
flee—Office of Emergency Planning; Depart-
ment of Defenstsoffice of Civil Defensi- )

Annual report . . . . . . . . . -. _---- . .-_- --.--
Contracts negotiated for research and develop-
ment ................................... .-
Contributions program review. ............. --
Rubber needed in stockpile. review ........ -.--

Office of Emergency Planning, communication, report
on claims paid ....................... -----

Office of Urban Affairs. establishing—‘See S 3516)

Officers and employees of the United States - t See also
Federal Employees.)

Air travel. review-__.-- ...................... --

Alaska, employees motor vehicles traz~..~porta'.;on M
1500 S. 3341.)

Annuities. increasing-tset- S. 293'.‘ )

Back pay—‘See H R. 11753)

Bonding of. by Federal Departments. report

Blind. readers for, employment without compensa-
tion of—iSee H 11.11523)

Children attending school, :ncreaszr...‘ age for re-
ceiving benefits—‘See S 3164 )

Claims against United States—i See if R. 10357.)

Draft of proposed legislation--- ............ --

Classification Act of 1949. extending to—iSee S.
3325.)

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Old-age—(See also Aged; Federal old-age.)
Survivors, and disability insurance-—
Hospital services, and home health services to
aged beneficiaries—(See S. 3565.)
Tips included as wages-( See S. 3296.)

Old-age and survivors insurance-—

Amish, exempt from participation in—(See S.
3374.)
Fund, annual report of _______________________ __

Oleum facilities, Kankakee Unit of the Joliet Arsenal
Military Reservation, Ill., adjustment of
rentals—(See S. 3730.)

Oliver American Trading Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.,
petition _________________________________ _-

Olmstead, George B.—(See HR. 8779.)

Olsen, Chester J.--(See S. 2930.)

Olson, Comdr. Robert C.—(See S. 2881.)

On, Lee Dock—(See HR. 1458.)

One Hundredth Anniversary of the first inaugural of
Abraham Lincoln, report of Joint Committee.
printing of—(See H. Con. Res. 503.)

O’Neal, Renato Granduc and Grazia Granduc—(See
S. 2769.)

Open Space and Urban Development—(See S. 2946.)

Operation abolition, truth about the film, printing—
(See H. Con. Res. 417.)

Orbital flight—

Coin to commemorate the first U.S.-manned, au-
thorizing—(See S. 2952.)
Monument to commemorate, authorizing—( See S.
2934.)
Orchard City Irrigation District, Delta County, Colo..

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application for loan ________________ __ 243, 370, 438

Order, questions of—

Oflicers and employees of the United States—Con. Page
Insurance—-
Coverage—(See S. 3251.)
Fund, escheat to, in absence of claim for pay-
ment—(See HR. 8564.)
Overseas teachers—(See S. 3554.)
Pay raise—( See Salaries, infra.)
Personal and household effects, extending free
importation of, brought into United States
under Government orders—(See H.R_ 12180.)
Political activities penalty—(See S. 919.)
Retirement—
Annuity increases for—(See S. 3087.)
Child, definition of—(See S. 3551.)
Safety Act—(See S. 3232.)
Salaries—( See also Back pay, supra.)
Increase in—(See H.R. 10480.)
Estimates _______________________________ __ 127
Message from the President on __________ __ 100, 228
Social Security Act, resolution to permit, to be
covered by ______________________________ __ 225
State service inclusion—(See S. 2363.)
Trailer allowances—(See H.R. 10652.)
Training—(See Development, supra.)
Travel-—
Expenses of, outside continental United
States—( See HR. 9957.)
On U.S. air flag carriers, favoring-—( See S. Con.
Res. 53.)
Withholding organization membership dues—(See
S. 3555.)
Message from the President on _____________ __ 220
Workweek, variation of, for education, draft of
proposed legislation _____________________ __ 16
O’Grady, Dennis H.-(See HR. 8625.)
Ogassian, Mrs. Goehar—( See S. 1889.)
Ogoy, Modesta Alzate—(See S. 3214.)
Ohio-
Cuyahoga County—(See HR. 9804.)
Dicks Creek, Little Muddy Creek, watershed pro-
tection __________________________________ __ 404
District Court for the Northern District, Akron,
place to hold court—( See H.R. 11678.)
Sandusky River, review _____________________ __ 602
Senators f rom—
Lausche, Frank J .-( See Lausche, Frank J.)
Young, Stephen M.—(See Young, Stephen M.)
Oil—
Residual fuel, resolution to remove tariff on im-
portation ________________________________ __ 211
Shale—
Demonstration facility near Rifle, Colo., to au-
thorize use of plant for research in oil shale—
(See S. 3049.)
Reserves, Secretary of the Navy, take posses-
sion of—(See S. 3623; HR. 5423.)
Oil and gas lessees, relief of—(See S. 3030.)
Draft of proposed legislation _________________ __ 127
OklahomaF-
Arbuckle reclamation project, construction-
(See S. 892.)
Broken Bow Reservoir, Mountain Fork River, re-
view _____________________________________ _- 602
Cottonwood Creek, watershed protection and
flood prevention _________________________ __ 578
Delaware Creek, watershed protection and flood
prevention _______________________________ __ 578
Hugo Reservoir, Kiamichi River, review _______ __ 607
Kaw Reservoir, Arkansas River, review _______ __ 607
Senators from—
Kerr, Robert S.—(See Kerr, Robert S.)
Monroney, Mike—(See Monroney, Mike.)
Upper Blue Creek, watershed protection _______ __ 404

Waurika reclamation project, construct, operate,
and maintain-—( See S. 114.)

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Senator having floor not permitted, under the
rules, to ask a question of another Senator;
sustained ________________________________ __ 482

Journal-—

Reading of Journal, upon objection to request to
dispense therewith, having been concluded, a
motion to consider a bill was not in order until
the Senate had an opportunity to amend or
correct the Journal; sustained. appeal taken,
and laid on the table ___________________ __ 431, 432

Legislative provision not subject to amendment
by substitute language proposing an amend-
ment to the Constitution of the United
States; point of order submitted to the Sen-
ate and laid on table ____________________ __ 173
Quorum—

Call not in order, no business having intervened
since previous call; sustained, appeal taken,
and decision affirmed ____________________ __ 323

Ruling by Presiding Oflicer that no business had
intervened and call not in order; appeal taken
and Chair sustained ______________________ __ 474

Cloture rule in effect, call was dilatory; sub-
mitted to Senate and decided in the aflirma-
tive ___________________________________ __ 478-479

Cloture rule in effect, call was dilatory; sus-
tained, appeal taken, and withdrawn by unan-
imous consent ___________________________ _- 479

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