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[75 Stat. 967]
[75 Stat. 967]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961

75

STAT.]

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS-SEPT. 18, 1961

967

••WORLD COMMUNIST MOVEMENT-SELECTIVE CHRONOLOGY

September is, 1961

1818- 1957, VOLUME I "

[H.Con. Res! 364]

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Seriate concurring)^ That the publication entitled "World Communist Movement—Selective Chronology 1818-1957, Volume 1," released by the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, be printed as a House document; and that there be printed for the use of said committee fifteen thousand additional copies of said document. P a s s e d September 15, 1961.

P r i n t i n g as House document.

••COMMUNIST TARGET-YOUTH-COMMUNIST INFILTRATION

September is. 1961

AND AGITATION T ACT I C S "

[H. Con. Res! 384]

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring)^ That there be printed for the use of the Committee on Un-American t^^'g"""^^ "l^s'^ot Activities one hundred thousand additional copies of the report report. "Communist Target—Youth—Communist Infiltration and Agitation Tactics", Eighty-sixth Congress, second session. P a s s e d September 15, 1961. September IS, 1961

••HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES" [H. Con. Res. 385] Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring)^ Pri That the manuscript entitled "History of the House of Representa- House n t i n g as document. tives", by George B. Galloway, be printed under the supervision of the Committee on House Administration as a House document, and that there be printed two thousand additional copies for the use of the House of Representatives. P a s s e d September 15, 1961. September 18, 1961

SECRETARY GENERAL DAG HAMMARSKJOLD [s. Con. Res. 49] Whereas Da^ Hammarskjold of Sweden served as Secretary General of the United Nations since April 1953; and Whereas Mr. Hammarskjold worked tirelessly to strengthen the United Nations as a force for world peace and justice; and Whereas he served the cause of peace with patience, determination, and courage; and Whereas his wisdom and leadership for peace won the admiration and respect of peoples throughout the world; and Whereas Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold gave his life in the service of the United Nations and for the cause of peace: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate {the House of Representatives concurring)^ That our deep and sincere regrets are expressed to Mr. Hammarskjold's family, to the Swedish Government, and to the United Nations for the loss of a great man and a great soldier for peace. Agreed to September 18, 1961.