CONGRESSIONAL RECORD- SENATE 26291
•. \ c .. cy would acquire ,-alld title to this land,
v.;~.c!: e:c l .• n:;u~gc o~ section 3 would per~
m.t t!"!.c Agency then to sell to the District or
Colu:n<>ln. The authorized price or $82,896
rcprcscats the :,mount paid by the Agency to
t!.a r ..... lroads !or their rights o.nd interests
'1\~c Subcommtttcc on Business nnd Comn'l~
l·cc held publlc hearings on this resolution
on August 19, 1965, and received tcstln!
o.ly from the Redevelopment L:md Agency
<~nd the Assistant Engineering Commlssloncr
for t1~C D1strict o! Columbia.. There wns no
oppi.U;d.lon expressed to tho resolution. The
committee Is informed that the District o!
Columbia Commlssloncrs, the Department o!
Juoticc, and the Bureau of the Budget hnvc
concurred In approval o! this proposed lcglsl~~
t!on. AccorcUngly, your committee recommends
that this resolution do pass.
DOCU}.IENTATION OF THE VESSEL
The bill .1r. KUCHEL. Mr. President, every
decent American will applaud today's announcement
by •. ;'e should mal: t n m jor 1t m of our
business !m::ned!atr!y, to pun! • those
v:ho would do a d. en-icc to our land, to
our ml;ita:·y forces. nnd to nl: t. • ..>~ ·.d.o
seck so assi,!,JOU iy to bring- .,bout acessation
of ho tt~lt!C. 111 V1etnum.
I thank the ::i nator from Cal1fonua
for yieldinr: to me.
1\lr. KUCIIF.L. I thanl< my able collec.
rruc, the Senate: from \Vyom.n . v :y
much. I associatr my elf ; .th his r.:marks
with re pect to r.c•v 1 ~· I at on .
Mr. LAUSCIIE. ;c..;r. Pre~ d .1t, w.ll the
Senator from Califor. ia y-Ud?
Mr. KUCHEL. I yield.
Mr. LAUSCHE. :l.fr. Pr . !d nt, mention
has been made concern.r. the pcr.d!
ng bill, which would make !t a crime for
any person williuPy, intcnt.OI, lly, an
physically to mtA'rfC're wit . t:1e movement
of troops, r.1i!.tary cc;ll!pment, or
property. That l;.ll was in,ro uccd by
me. The Senator from \Vyommg 1:\Ir.
SnrPsoNJ is one of its eospon:..o:·s. I invite
the Senator fror.1 Califon.la to become
one at th:s time.
Mr. KUCHEL. I shall be very gl~.d to
be a cosponsor. , rr. l'rc~.dcnt, I ask
unanimous consent that my n me be
added as a cosponso:·.
The ACTING PaESIDE. 'T pro tempore.
Without objection, it Is ~o ordered.
Mr. LAUSCIIE. The present occt.pant
of the chair, the Senator from South
Carolina Ll\rr. RusseLL], is al::;o a cosponsor.
However. I wish to say to the rC'prescnt.
atJves of the Departments of Defense
and Justice thr.t I cannot understand
why they have not filed an apprais:J.l of
the bill with the Committee on lhe Judiciary.
When I first presented the bill, I made
a study-throt.: J1 the expc.·ts--to determine
whet! er there was any statute now
on the boJl(S making !t a crlme t~ interfere
with the monmcnt of tro:Jps. The
investig-ation d.scloscd that there was
For l month I have been !n contact
with both the Dc;oartmct.ts of Justice
nnd Defense, bc.,.rincr t11em to file a report;
but l\O report has yet iJccn ~led.
TI1e Comm.ttcc on the Jud cia:-y is
prepared to net immcd:. tely. It wishes
to send the bill to tl:c Door of the Senate.
It is waltinrr for the appraisal or
the merits of tl.c l 111 from the two Dcp,
1rtmcnts. I just do not understand the
reason for the delay.
This mornin , .1r. K .. tze~l>aeh stated
I ~ U;Jport t.hc postLon con1p~ctdy.
. ..::. lERICAN PRO 1 STf'R'3 PROLO. "G
:'Sr. PRO).."':\HRE. :\!r. P:-c , nt. , :
course, I cnthusi. stlca!'y suppo;t tl.
vie·.,·s expressed y t..e major ty
and the m'nor.ty whip, co:1:ernln !..;.crference
'' th the dr. ft. ;\ny \ .ol. t on
of the law that ~tnl:cs so deeply .. t ou ..
.security as , Nation 1. u.,t be pro ccuted
vi~orously and swiftly. I support the
views of the Senator from l\f!ss!sslpp!
fMr. STEN:srsl wh;ch he expn·sscd so
\'i':orously on the floor of the Set ate the
other day, that this calcul. ted pro11r. m
to defeat the draft must l>c yar.kcd out
by ~he roots.
l\1r. LAUSCHE. • lr. Pres!dcr.t. we arc
d!scuss!nr, the demonslr. lions tl.~.t too%
pl.-cc last \':eel( th. t we bel'cvc to be
harmful to the secunty of our com try.
l\lorc and more of thc.·e c\"ents w1ll be
happenin" un!css we d!r, out tl1e pcrnctrators
and leaders of the ope1·a ons.
nctween the lOlh day or Jm.c and tl.c
23th, at RinGwood, N.J., about 40 mllc~
from New York. thcr.; was ~.s eml,l ·d a
suninar led by Communist lead ·rs of the
Umt.cd States. u~t\\ en 75 and 80 'tildent~
of universities wcr.: pre cnt. They
were paid ,•xpcnsr., !ncurrccl in r:oh.r: to
and com inc: from tl.c . em•nnr. They
were paid up t:> S.JO n. wee~~ wh!lc oper
tinr. in th s rmrt!cul, r field.
\'l!vle they were at tl.. t rcm!nnr, they
·:;ere prohlb;tcd from m'l!:!n • any tclcP
10r.c cal!3 to the out.dde world. They
v.crC' f0rbiddcn to wo~tc lctteru. TJ.cy
were there t0 learn the Commur:: t tee -
n qt•c of jn':lt!nt:: d~sordcr anc! c:c, t r:'
dem 1n; t"nllons.
It Is estimate that t .. c "cm.n:1r !n the
ncl ,hbor;10or1 of R r.gwood .. '.J, co t
$100,000. The 75 to 80 student., who
were present left the cu.!nn.r nnd mo\'e. is thllt,
st:bsto.::t.ally, these dcmonstro.tlon~ -rc
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