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JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

SECOND SESSION

OF THE
EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON

JANUARY 7, 1964, IN THE ONE HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY-EIGHTH YEAR OF THE

INDEPENDENCE OF THE

UNITED STATES

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1964

99-100

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

OF AMERICA

Eighty-eighth Congress, Second Session

:

:

Beginning January 7, 1964

The SECOND SESSION of the EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS commenced this day, conformably to the joint resolution

fixing the date of the meeting of the second regular session of the Eighty-eighth Congress, approved December

30, 1963, and the Senate met in its Chamber at the city of Washington.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1964 From the State of Maine:

From the State of Vermont:

Mrs. MARGARET CHASE SMITH;

Mr. GEORGE D. AIKEN;

The Honorable CARL HAYDEN, Presi-

From the State of Maryland:

From the State of Virginia:

dent pro tempore of the Senate, called

Mr. J. GLENN BEALL;

Mr. A. WILLIS ROBERTSON;

the Senate to order at 12 o'clock m., and From the State of Massachusetts:

From the State of West Virginia:

the Chaplain, Rev. Frederick Brown

Mr. EDWARD M. KENNEDY;

Messrs. JENNINGS RANDOLPH and

Harris, D.D., of Washington, D.C., of- From the State of Michigan:

ROBERT C. BYRD;

fered prayer.

Mr. PATRICK V. MCNAMARA;

From the State of Wisconsin:

QUESTION OF QUORUM

From the State of Minnesota:

Mr. WILLIAM PROXMIRE;

Mr. MANSFIELD raised a question as

Mr. HUBERT H. HUMPHREY; From the State of Wyoming:

to the presence of a quorum;

From the State of Mississippi:

Mr. MILWARD L. SIMPSON.

Whereupon

Mr. JOHN C. STENNIS;

A quorum being present,

The PRESIDENT pro tempore. di-

From the State of Montana:

n! COMMITTEE TO NOTIFY THE PRESIDENT

rected the roll to be called;

Messrs. MIKE MANSFIELD and

Mr. MANSFIELD submitted the fol-

When

LEE METCALF;

lowing resolution (S. Res. 245); which

From the State of Nebraska:

Fifty-eight Senators answered to their

Mr. ROMAN L. HRUSKA;

was considered by unanimous consent

names, as follows:

From the State of Nevada:

and agreed to:

From the State of Alabama:

Resolved, That a committee consisting

Mr. ALAN BIBLE;

Mr. JOHN. SPARKMAN;
From the State of New Hampshire:

of two Senators be appointed by the

From the State of Alaska:

Mr. ERNEST GRUENING;

President pro tempore to join such com-

Mr. THOMAS J. MCINTYRE;
From the State of Arizona:

mittee as may be appointed by the House
From the State of New Jersey:

of Representatives to wait upon the

Mr. CLIFFORD P. CASÉ;

Mr. CARL HAYDEN;

From the State of New York:

President of the United States and in-

From the State of Arkansas:

form him that a quorum of each House

Messrs. JACOB K. JAVITS and

Mr. JOHN L. MCCLELLAN;

From the State of California:

KENNETH B. KEATING;

is assembled and that the Congress is

From the State of North Carolina:

Mr. THOMAS H. KUCHEL;

ready to receive any communication he

may be pleased to make.

Mr. B. EVERETT JORDAN;
From the State of Colorado:
Mr. PETER H. DOMINICK;

The PRESIDENT pro tempore ap-

From the State of North Dakota:

Mr. MILTON R. YOUNG;

pointed Mr. MANSFIELD and Mr. DIRKSEN

From the State of Connecticut:

From the State of Ohio:
Mr. THOMAS J. DODD;

as the members of the committee on the
From the State of Delaware:

Messrs. FRANK J. LAUSCHE and part of the Senate.

Mr. JOHN J. WILLIAMS;

STEPHEN M. YOUNG;

NOTIFICATION TO THE HOUSE

From the State of Florida:
From the State of Oregon:

Mr. DIRKSEN submitted the follow-

Mr. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND;

Mr. WAYNE MORSE;

ing resolution (s. Res. 246); which was

From the State of Georgia:

From the State of Pennsylvania:

considered by unanimous consent and

Mr. HERMAN E. TALMADGE;

Messrs. JOSEPH S. CLARK, JR.,

agreed to:

From the State of Idaho:

and HUGH SCOTT;

Resolved, That the Secretary inform

Messrs. FRANK CHURCH and LEN
From the State of Rhode Island and

the House of Representatives that a quo-

B. JORDAN;

Providence Plantations:

rum of the Senate is assembled and that

From the State of Illinois:

Mr. DE B CLAIBORNE PELL;

the Senate is ready to proceed to busi-

Messrs. PAUL H. DOUGLAS and From the State of South Carolina:

ness.

EVERETT MCKINLEY DIRKSEN;
Mr. OLIN DEWITT JOHNSTON;

HOUR OF DAILY MEETING
From the State of Indiana:
From the State of South Dakota:

Mr. HUMPHREY submitted the fol-
Messrs. R. VANCE HARTKE and

Messrs. KARL E. MUNDT and

lowing resolution (S. Res. 247); which
BIRCH E. BAYH, JR.;

GEORGE MCGOVERN;
From the State of Iowa:
From the State of Tennessee:

was considered by unanimous consent

and agreed to:

Mr. JACK R. MILLER;

Messrs. ALBERT GORE and HER-

Resolved, That the hour of daily meet-

From the State of Kansas:

BERT S. WALTERS;

ing of the Senate be 12 o'clock meridian

Mr. JAMES B. PEARSON;

From the State of Texas:

unless otherwise ordered.

From the State of Kentucky:

Messrs. RALPH W. YARBOROUGH

· Messrs. JOHN SHERMAN COOPER

and JOHN G. TOWER;

ADJOURNMENT

and THRUSTON B. MORTON; From the State of Utah:

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, at 12

From the State of Louisiana:

Messrs. WALLACE F. BENNETT o'clock and 23 minutes p.m.,

Mr. ALLEN J. ELLENDER;

and FRANK E. TED Moss;

The Senate adjourned.

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