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The Doorkeeper escorted the other invited guests of honor from the Hall of the House in the following order:

The Chief Justice of the United States and the Associate

Justices of the Supreme Court.
The Ambassadors, the Ministers and the Chargés d'Affaires

of Foreign Governments.
The Chief of Staff of the United States Army; the Chief of

Naval Operations of the United States Navy; the Major
General Commandant of the United States Marine
Corps; and the Commandant of the United States Coast

Guard.
The Commissioners of the District of Columbia.
Upon the retirement of the guests, the Senate returned to its
Chamber, and the House of Representatives resumed its session.

The SPEAKER resumed the chair.

The SPEAKER. Without objection, the proceedings in the House today will be included in the RECORD of this date. There was no objection.

ADJOURNMENT THE SPEAKER. Without objection, the House will stand adjourned until 12 o'clock on Monday.

There was no objection.

Accordingly (at 1 o'clock and 48 minutes p. m.) the House adjourned until Monday, March 6, 1939, at 12 o'clock noon.

[The musical selections by Miss Gladys Swarthout and Mr. John Charles Thomas, both of the Metropolitan Opera Company, of New York City, were made possible through the courtesy of the National Broadcasting Company.)

END OF THE EXERCISES

685

FIRST CONGRESS

MARCH 4, 1789 to March 3, 1791

Vice President of the United StatesJohn ADAMS, of Massachusetts
President Pro Tempore of the Senate-JOHN LANGDON, of New Hampshire

Secretary of the Senate—SAMUEL A. Otis, of Massachusetts
Speaker of the House of RepresentativesFREDERICK A. C. MUHLENBERG, of Pennsylvania

Clerk of the House-John BECKLEY, of Virginia CONNECTICUT MASSACHUSETTS Egbert Benson Joseph Stanton, Jr. Senators Senators

William Floyd Representative Oliver Ellsworth Tristram Dalton

John Hathorn

Benjamin Bourne William S. Johnson Caleb Strong

John Laurance

SOUTH

Peter Silvester
Representatives
Representatives

CAROLINA
Benjamin Huntington Fisher Ames

Jeremiah Van Rens-
selaer

Senators
Roger Sherman Elbridge Gerry

Pierce Butler Jonathan Sturges Benjamin Goodhue NORTH

Ralph Izard Jonathan Trumbull Jonathan Grout

CAROLINA

Representatives Jeremiah Wadsworth George Leonard

Senators

Ædanus Burke
DELAWARE
George Partridge

Benjamin Hawkins Daniel Huger
Theodore Sedgwick
Senators

Samuel Johnston

William L. Smith George Thacher Richard Bassett

Representatives

Thomas Sumter George Read

NEW HAMPSHIRE John Baptista Ashe Thomas Tudor
Representative
Senators

Timothy Bloodworth Tucker
John Vining
John Langdon
John Sevier

VIRGINIA
Paine Wingate

John Steele
GEORGIA

Senators
Representatives

Hugh Williamson
Senators

William Grayson 3
Abiel Foster
William Few

PENNSYLVANIA John Walker 4
Nicholas Gilman
James Gunn

Senators
Samuel Livermore

James Monroe 5
Representatives

William Maclay

Richard Henry Lee NEW JERSEY Abraham Baldwin

Robert Morris

Representatives
James Jackson
Senators
Representatives

Theodorick Bland •
George Mathews
Jonathan Elmer
George Clymer

William B. Giles ? William Paterson 1 MARYLAND

Thomas FitzSimons

John Brown
Philemon Dickinson ? Thomas Hartley

Isaac Coles
Senators
Representatives

Daniel Hiester
John Henry

Richard Bland Lee
Elias Boudinot
Charles Carroll, of

Frederick A. C. Muh- James Madison
Carrollton
Lambert Cadwalader lenberg

Andrew Moore
Thomas Sinnickson John Peter G. Muh- John Page
Representatives
James Schureman lenberg

Josiah Parker
Daniel Carroll

Thomas Scott

Alexander White Benjamin Contee NEW YORK

Henry Wynkoop

Samuel Griffin George Gale

Senators Joshua Seney Rufus King

RHODE ISLAND
William Smith

Philip Schuyler Senators
Michael Jenifer Stone Representatives Theodore Foster

1 Resigned March 2, 1790, having been elected governor.
* Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of William Paterson, and took his seat December 6, 1790.
3 Died March 12, 1790.
• Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of William Grayson, and took his seat April 26, 1790.
• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Grayson and took his seat December 6, 1790.
• Died June 1, 1790.
* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Theodorick Bland, and took his seat December 7, 1790.

SEVENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS

JANUARY 3, 1939, to JANUARY 3, 1941
Vice President of the United States-John N. GARNER, of Texas
President Pro Tempore of the Senate-KEY PITTMAN, of Nevada

Secretary of the Senate-EDWIN A. HALSEY, of Virginia
Speaker of the House of Representatives—WILLIAM B. BANKHEAD, of Alabama

Clerk of the House-South TRIMBLE, of Kentucky
ALABAMA
Bertrand W. Gearhart Lex Green

Chauncey W. Reed Senators

Alfred J. Elliott Millard F. Caldwell Noah M. Mason John H. Bankhead, 2d Carl Hinshaw

Pat Cannon

Leo E. Allen
Lister Hill
Jerry Voorhis
Joe Hendricks

Anton J. Johnson
Charles Kramer

Robert B. Chiperfield Representatives

GEORGIA
Frank W. Boykin
Thomas F. Ford

Everett M. Dirksen
Senators
John M. Costello

Leslie C. Arends George M. Grant

Walter F. George
Leland M. Ford

Jessie Sumner
Henry B. Steagall
Lee E. Geyer

Richard B. Russell
Sam Hobbs

William H. Wheat Thomas M. Eaton

Representatives Joe Starnes

James M. Barnes Harry R. Sheppard

Hugh Peterson
Pete Jarman

Frank W. Fries
E. E. Cox

Edwin M. Schaefer William B. Bankhead Ed. V. Izac

Stephen Pace

Laurence F. Arnold John J. Sparkman COLORADO

E. M. Owen

Claude V. Parsons
Luther Patrick
Senators

Robert Ramspeck Kent E. Keller
ARIZONA
Alva B. Adams

Carl Vinson
Senators
Edwin C. Johnson

INDIANA
Malcolm C. Tarver

Senators
Henry F. Ashurst
Representatives

W. Ben Gibbs
Carl Hayden

Frederick Van Nuys Lawrence Lewis B. Frank Whelchel

Sherman Minton Representative

Fred Cummings Paul Brown John R. Murdock John A. Martin

Representatives

IDAHO
ARKANSAS
Edward T. Taylor

William T. Schulte
Senators

Charles A. Halleck Senators CONNECTICUT William E. Borah

Robert A. Grant Hattie W. Caraway Senators

D. Worth Clark

George W. Gillie John E. Miller Francis T. Maloney Representatives

Forest A. Harness Representatives John A. Danaher

Compton I. White Noble J. Johnson E. C. Gathings Representatives Henry C. Dworshak Gerald W. Landis Wilbur D. Mills B. J. Monkiewicz ILLINOIS

John W. Boehne, Jr. Clyde T. Ellis William J. Miller

Eugene B. Crowe

Senators
Ben Cravens 1
Thomas R. Ball

Raymond S. Springer David D. Terry

J. Hamilton Lewis
James A. Shanley

William H. Larrabee W. F. Norrell

Scott W. Lucas
Albert E. Austin

Louis Ludlow
Wade H. Kitchens
J. Joseph Smith Representatives

IOWA

John C. Martin
CALIFORNIA
DELAWARE

Senators

Thomas V. Smith
Senators
Senators
Arthur W. Mitchell

Guy M. Gillette
Hiram W. Johnson John G.Townsend, Jr. Raymond S. Mc-

Clyde L. Herring Sheridan Downey James H. Hughes

Keough

Representatives Representatives Representative

Edward A. Kelly Thomas E. Martin Clarence F. Lea George S. Williams Harry P. Beam William S. Jacobsen Harry L. Englebright

Adolph J. Sabath John W. Gwynne
FLORIDA
Frank H. Buck

Anton F Maciejew- Henry 0. Talle
Franck R. Havenner
Senators

ski

Karl M. LeCompte Richard J. Welch Charles O. Andrews

Leonard W. Schuetz Cassius C. Dowell
Albert E. Carter
Claude Pepper

Leo Kocialkowski Ben F. Jensen
John H. Tolan
Representatives

James McAndrews Fred C. Gilchrist
John Z. Anderson J. Hardin Petersen Ralph E. Church Vincent F.Harrington

1 Died January 13, 1939.

687

SEVENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS

son

KANSAS

Thos. D'Alesandro, Jr. Representatives Charles F. McLaughSenators

Ambrose J. Kennedy August H. Andresen lin

Lansdale G. Sasscer Arthur Capper

Elmer J. Ryan

Karl Stefan
William D. Byron John G. Alexander Carl T. Curtis
Clyde M. Reed

Melvin J. Maas Harry B. Coffee
Representatives
MASSACHUSETTS

Oscar Youngdahl
William P. Lambert- Senators

NEVADA
Harold Knutson
David I. Walsh

Senators

H. Carl Andersen
U.S. Guyer
Henry Cabot Lodge, William A. Pittenger

Key Pittman
Thomas D. Winter Jr.

Pat McCarran

R. T. Buckler
Edward H. Rees
Representatives

Representative
John M. Houston

MISSISSIPPI
Allen T. Treadway

James G. Scrugham
Frank Carlson
Charles R. Clason
Senators

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Clifford R. Hope
Joseph E. Casey
Pat Harrison

Senators
KENTUCKY
Pehr G. Holmes Theodore G. Bilbo

Styles Bridges
Senators
Edith Nourse Rogers Representatives

Charles W. Tobey Alben W. Barkley George J. Bates John E. Rankin

Representatives
M. M. Logan
Lawrence J. Connery Wall Doxey

Arthur B. Jenks
Representatives
Arthur D. Healey William M. Whitting-

Foster Stearns
Noble J. Gregory
Robert Luce

ton
George Holden
Beverly M. Vincent

Aaron Lane Ford NEW JERSEY
Emmet O'Neal

Tinkham
Ross A. Collins

Senators
Edward W. Creal
Thomas A. Flaherty William M. Colmer

William H. Smathers Brent Spence

John W. McCormack Dan R. McGehee W. Warren Barbour

Richard B. Wiggles- MISSOURI Virgil Chapman

Representatives
Andrew J. May

worth
Senators

Charles A. Wolverton
Joe B. Bates
Joseph W. Martin,

Bennett Champ Clark Walter S. Jeffries

Jr. John M. Robsion

Harry S. Truman William H. Sutphin
Charles L. Gifford
LOUISIANA

D. Lane Powers
Representatives
MICHIGAN
Senators

Charles A. Eaton

Milton A. Romjue
John H. Overton
Senators

Donald H. McLean

William L. Nelson Allen J. Ellender

J. Parnell Thomas Arthur H. Vanden

Richard M. Duncan berg

George N. Seger
Representatives

C. Jasper Bell
Prentiss M. Brown

Frank C. Osmers, Jr. Joachim O. Fernandez

Joseph B. Shannon

Fred A. Hartley, Jr. Paul H. Maloney Representatives

Reuben T. Wood

Albert L. Vreeland Robert L. Mouton Rudolph G. Tenero- Dewey Short

Robert W. Kean Overton Brooks

wicz

Clyde Williams
Newt V. Mills
Earl C. Michener

Mary T. Norton
Clarence Cannon

Edward J. Hart John K. Griffith Paul W. Shafer

Orville Zimmerman René L. DeRouen Clare E. Hoffman Thomas C. Hennings, NEW MEXICO A. Leonard Allen Carl E. Mapes

Jr.

Senators
William W. Blackney C. Arthur Anderson
MAINE

Carl A. Hatch
Jesse P. Wolcott John J. Cochran Dennis Chavez
Senators

Fred L. Crawford Frederick Hale

MONTANA

Representative
Albert J. Engel
Wallace H. White, Jr.

Senators

John J. Dempsey
Roy O. Woodruff
Representatives

Burton K. Wheeler
Fred Bradley

NEW YORK
James C. Oliver

James E. Murray
Frank E. Hook

Senators
Clyde H. Smith
Clarence J. McLeod
Representatives

Robert F. Wagner Ralph 0. Brewster Louis C. Rabaut

J. Thorkelson

James M. Mead

James F. O'Connor
MARYLAND
John D. Dingell

Representatives
Senators
John Lesinki
NEBRASKA

Matthew J. Merritt
Millard E. Tydings
George A. Dondero
Senators

Caroline O'Day George L. Radcliffe MINNESOTA George W. Norris

Leonard W. Hall Representatives Senators

Edward R. Burke William B. Barry T. Alan Goldsborough Henrik Shipstead Representatives Joseph L. Pfeifer William P. Cole, Jr. Ernest Lundeen George H. Heinke Thomas H. Cullen

Marcellus H. Evans NORTH DAKOTA Andrew L. Somers

Senators
John J. Delaney

Lynn J. Frazier
Donald L. O'Toole Gerald P. Nye
Eugene J. Keogh
Emanuel Celler

Representatives
James A. O'Leary

Usher L. Burdick Samuel Dickstein

William Lemke Christopher D. Sulli

OHIO
van

Senators
William T. Sirovich
Michael J. Kennedy

Vic Donahey
James H. Fay

Robert A. Taft Bruce Barton

Representatives Martin J. Kennedy George H. Bender Sol Bloom

L. L. Marshall Vito Marcantonio Charles H. Elston Joseph A. Gavagan William E. Hess Edward W. Curley Harry N. Routzohn Charles A. Buckley Robert F. Jones James M. Fitzpatrick Cliff Clevenger Ralph A. Gamble James G. Polk Hamilton Fish

Clarence J. Brown Lewis K. Rockefeller Frederick C. Smith William T. Byrne John F. Hunter E. Harold Cluett

Thomas A. Jenkins Frank Crowther Harold K. Claypool Wallace E. Pierce John M. Vorys Francis D. Culkin

Dudley A. White Fred J. Douglas Dow W. Harter Bert Lord

Robert T. Secrest Clarence E. Hancock James Seccombe John Taber

William A. Ashbrook W. Sterling Cole

Earl R. Lewis Joseph J. O'Brien

Michael J. Kirwan James W. Wadsworth Martin L. Sweeney Walter G. Andrews

Robert Crosser
J. Francis Harter Chester C. Bolton
Pius L. Schwert
Daniel A. Reed

OKLAHOMA

Senators NORTH

Elmer Thomas
CAROLINA

Josh Lee
Senators
Josiah W. Bailey

Representatives
Robert R. Reynolds

Will Rogers

Wesley E. Disney Representatives

Jack Nichols Lindsay C. Warren

Wilburn Cartwright John H. Kerr

Lyle H. Boren Graham A. Barden

A. S. Mike Monroney
Harold D. Cooley Jed Johnson
Alonzo D. Folger Sam C. Massingale
Carl T. Durham

Phil Ferguson
J. Bayard Clark
W. O. Burgin

OREGON
Robert L. Doughton Senators
Alfred L. Bulwinkle Charles L. McNary
Zebulon Weaver Rufus C. Holman

Representatives Representatives
James W. Mott Thomas S. McMillan
Walter M. Pierce Hampton P. Fulmer
Homer D. Angell Butler B. Hare

Joseph R. Bryson
PENNSYLVANIA

James P. Richards Senators

John L. McMillan James J. Davis

SOUTH DAKOTA Joseph F. Guffey

Senators Representatives

William J. Bulow
Leon Sacks

Chan Gurney
James P. McGranery
Michael J. Bradley

Representatives
J. Burrwood Daly

Karl E. Mundt Fred C. Gartner

Francis Case Francis J. Myers

TENNESSEE George P. Darrow

Senators James Wolfenden

Kenneth McKellar
Charles L. Gerlach

Tom Stewart
J. Roland Kinzer
Patrick J. Boland Representatives
J. Harold Flannery

B. Carroll Reece
Ivor D. Fenton J. Will Taylor
Guy L. Moser Sam D. McReynolds
Albert G. Rutherford Albert Gore
Robert F. Rich Joseph W. Byrns, Jr.
J. William Ditter Clarence W. Turner
Richard M. Simpson

Herron Pearson
John C. Kunkel Jere Cooper
Benjamin Jarrett Walter Chandler
Francis E. Walter

TEXAS
Chester H. Gross
James E. Van Zandt

Senators
J. Buell Snyder

Morris Sheppard Charles I. Faddis

Tom Connally Louis E. Graham

Representatives Harve Tibbott

Wright Patman Robert G. Allen Martin Dies Robert L. Rodgers

Lindley Beckworth Robert J. Corbett

Sam Rayburn John McDowell

Hatton W. Sumners Herman P. Eberharter Luther A. Johnson Joseph A. McArdle

Nat Patton Matthew A. Dunn

Albert Thomas RHODE ISLAND

Joseph J. Mansfield

Lyndon B. Johnson Senators

W. R. Poage Peter G. Gerry

Fritz G. Lanham Theodore F. Green

Ed Gossett Representatives Richard M. Kleberg Charles F. Risk Milton H. West Harry Sandager R. Ewing Thomason

Clyde L. Garrett SOUTH CAROLINA

Marvin Jones Senators

George H. Mahon Ellison D. Smith Paul J. Kilday James F. Byrnes Charles L. South

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