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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—MAY 14, 1951

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A-6865621, Weinfeld, J u d a (alias J a n Golab). A-6848195, Cyrlin, Iser. A-6807453, Eisenberg, Moszek (Moses) Wolf. A-6989540, Justus, Madeleine or Magda, formerly Madeleine Krausz (nee Magdalena Schonberger). A-65(M148, Margittai, Laszlo. A-6950198, Markovits, Bela. A-6760765, Ostreicher, Julius. A-6843561, Stern, Elias. A-6822852, Tanasescu, Constantin. A-6849309, Tanasescu, Andronicki. A-7445415, Tanasescu, Eugen. A-6781168, Wasser, Herman. A-7046209, Halasz, Andrew, or Andor Halasz. A-7073743, Ilavsky, Jan. , A-6762929, Krajci, Vendelin. A-6265774, Palade, George Emil. A-6286042, Palade, Georgia Teodora. A-6286041, Palade, Irina Colleta. A-7069339, Kasser, Alexander Sandor. Passed May 4, 1951. May 14, 1951 [H. Con. Res. 9i Printing of publication as House Document; additional copies.

May 14, 1951 [H. Con. Res. 99]

Printing of publication as House Document; additional copies.

May 16, 1951 [S. Con. Res. 31]

G U I D E TO S U B V E R S IV E ORGANIZATIONS A N D P U B L I C A T I O N S

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring)^ That the publication of the Committee on Un-American Activities entitled "Guide to Subversive Organizations and Publications (and Appendix)" be printed as a House Document, and that sixty-five thousand additional copies be printed, of which forty thousand copies shall be for the use of the Committee on Un-American Activities and twenty-five thousand copies shall be for the use of the Members of the House of Representatives. Passed May 14, 1951. P U B L I C A T I O N ON COMMUNISM

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring)^ That the publication of the Committee on Un-American Activities entitled "100 Things You Should Know About Communism Series, including Spotlight on Spies", be printed as a House document and that there be printed five hundred thousand additional copies, of which three hundred and seventy-five thousand copies shall be for the use of the Committee on Un-American Activities and one hundred and twenty-five thousand copies shall be for the use of the Members of the House of Representatives. Passed May 14, 1951. EMBARGO ON S H I P M E N T S TO COMMUNIST CHINA

Whereas the United States has initiated a proposal, under the terms of which the General Assembly of the United Nations would (1) call upon all member nations of the United Nations not to send to Communist China arms, ammunitioUj or any other material which might add to the war-making potential of Communist China; (2) urge that steps be taken to guard against circumvention or nullification of such embargo through loopholes which might enable the Chinese Communists to acquire the banned materials; and (3)