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required under the said Act, until the Board is terminated by the President.

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 3, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10417A EXCUSING FEDERAL EMPLOYEES FROM DUTY

ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1952 By virtue of the authority vested in me as President of the United States, it is hereby ordered that the several executive departments, independent establishments, and other governmental agencies in the metropolitan area of the District of Columbia, including the General Accounting Office, the Government Printing Office, and the Navy Yard and Naval Stations, shall be closed all day on Friday, December 26, 1952, the day following Christmas Day; and all employees in the Federal service in the metropolitan area of the District of Columbia, and in the field service of the executive departments, independent establishments, and other agencies of the Government, except those who may for special public reasons be excluded from the provisions of this order by the heads of their respective departments, establishments, or agencies, or those whose absence from duty would be inconsistent with the provisions of existing law, shall be excused from duty on that day.

HARRY S. TRUMAN THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 6, 1952.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10419 RESTORING THE POSSESSION, USE, AND

CONTROL OF CERTAIN LAND TO THE TER-
RITORY OF HAWAII AND TRANSFERRING
TITLE TO SUCH LAND TO THE TERRITORY

WHEREAS a certain tract of land at Kaakaukukui, Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, which forms a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750, was reserved for naval purposes by a proclamation of the President dated November 10, 1899, and subsequently by letter of January 8, 1904, was transferred by the Navy Department to the Treasury Department for the purpose of establishing an immigration station, which immigration station is now under the control and jurisdiction of the Attorney General (Immigration and Naturalization Service); and

WHEREAS the said tract, more particularly described in Part I of this order, is needed by the Territory of Hawaii for a harbor-improvement project; and

WHEREAS it is deemed desirable and in the public interest that the possession, use, and control of the said tract be restored to the Territory of Hawaii and that title thereto be transferred to the said Territory:

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900, 31 Stat. 159, as amended by section 7 of the act of May 27, 1910, 36 Stat. 447, it is ordered as follows:

PART I

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10418 EXECUTIVE ORDER 10321 ' AMENDED By virtue of the authority vested in me by sections 55 (a), 508, 603, 729 (a), and 1204 of the Internal Revenue Code (53 Stat. 29, 111, 171, 54 Stat. 989, 1008, 55 Stat. 722; 26 U. S. C. 55 (a), 508, 603, 729 (a), and 1204), Executive Order 10321, dated January 24, 1952, is hereby amended by striking out “1950” and inserting in lieu thereof "1951".

This Executive order shall be effective upon its filing for publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER.

HARRY S. TRUMAN

Upon the fulfilment of the conditions precedent specified in Part II of this order and the certification thereof by the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization as provided in such part, and without further act, the possession, use, and control of the following-described tract of land at Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, shall be restored to the Territory of Hawaii, and title to such tract shall be transferred to the said Territory:

Beginning at the east corner of this parcel of land, the west side of Lot 1, File Plan No. 10, and the east side of the U. S. Immigration Station Lot, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Punchbowl” being 4,142.82 feet South and 5,110.06 feet West and running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

THE WHITE HOUSE,

December 6, 1952.

Supra.

1. 84° 25' 3.67 feet across the U. S. Immigration Station Lot;

2. Thence across same on a curve to the left with a radius of 262.22 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being 61° 36' 45' 203.26 feet;

3. 38° 48' 30'' 201.62 feet across same;

4. 129° 00' 109.16 feet along the remainder of Tract No. 1 of Presidential Executive Order 5487 and along the east side of Governor's Executive Order 864 to the southeast side of Channel Street;

5. 219° 00' 436.67 feet along the southeast side of Channel Street;

6. 322° 20' 194.51 feet along Channel Street and along the west side of Lot 1, File Plan No. 10, to the point of beginning.

Area: 1.18 acres.

PART II

1. The Territory of Hawaii, by Executive order of its governor acting pursuant to section 73 (q) of said act of April 30, 1900, as amended by the act of August 21, 1941, 55 Stat. 658, shall set aside for the use of the United States of America, as an addition to the existing immigration station under the jurisdiction and control of the Attorney General (Immigration and Naturalization Seryice), the following-described tract of land at Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii:

Beginning at the west corner of this parcel of land, the northeast side of the U. S. Immigration Station Lot, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "Punchbowl" being 4,142.82 feet South and 5,110:06 feet West and running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

1. 264° 25' 242.00 feet across Lot 1, File Plan No. 10;

2. 309° 25' 56.57 feet across same to the west side of Ala Moana;

3. 354° 25' 224.94 feet along the west side of Ala Moana;

4. 87° 20' 119.90 feet along the east side of the U. S. Immigration Station Lot;

5. 142° 20' 305.49 feet along same to the point of beginning.

Area: 1.18 acres.

2. The Territory of Hawaii shall remove to the land described in paragraph 1 of this part (hereinafter called the new site) or to such other adjacent land presently under the control and jurisdiction of the Immigration and Naturalization Service as the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization (hereinafter called the Commissioner) shall determine, or, if such removal is not practicable, shall reconstruct thereon, the following-described structures now sit

uate on the land described in Part I hereof (hereinafter called the old site): (a) the gardener's cottage used as a residence by the building custodian of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and (b) the frame and galvanized-iron storage shed and workshop. All work contemplated hereunder on the gardener's cottage shall, in the event that continued residency of the building by the custodian during the period of removal or reconstruction shall be impracticable, be completed within ten days of the commencement thereof or within such additional time as the Commissioner may allow. Material salvaged during the course of such work may be used in reconstruction hereunder. All equipment, such as light fixtures, locks, plumbing, and conduiting that is immovable or is damaged beyond repair shall be replaced with standard equipment, but the Territory shall not be required to furnish any operating equipment, appliances, or furniture.

3. The Territory of Hawaii shall clean up and grade the new site and fill it with good soil.

4. The Territory of Hawaii shall remove the existing stuccoed tile block and ornamental iron fence situate on the old site and shall reconstruct it, together with all required additions thereto, along the new boundary line of the Immigration and Naturalization Service delineated by Courses 1, 2, and 3 of the old site. The Territory of Hawaii shall also construct a stuccoed tile or concrete block fence of suitable height along the boundary line delineated by Courses 1 and 2 of the new site. It shall also construct at a point to be determined by the Commissioner a suitable entrance way through the existing concrete block fence running along the line delineated by Course 5 of the new site.

5. Detailed plans and specifications for all construction and work hereunder shall be prepared by the Territory and shall receive the approval of the Commissioner before the start of work thereon. All plans and specifications shall, as nearly as practicable, be in accordance with the original plans and specifications of the improvements being replaced. All expenses incurred under the foregoing paragraphs, including the cost of preparation of plans and specifications, shall be borne by the Territory of Hawaii.

6. The Territory of Hawaii shall Training and Service Act (62 Stat. commence the work required hereunder 604), as amended, it is ordered as fol-. within twelve months and shall complete lows: it within thirty months from the date 1. I hereby prescribe the following of this order.

amendments of the Selective Service 7. The Territory of Hawaii shall have Regulations prescribed by Executive a right-of-entry on the old site for the Orders No. 9988 ? of August 20, 1948, No. purpose of completing the work contem- 10001 • of September 17, 1948, No. 10008 plated hereunder; and the Commis- of October 18, 1948, No. 101676 of Ocsioner, prior to the fulfilment of all con- tober 11, 1950, No. 10202 of January 12, ditions specified in this part, may grant 1951, No. 10258' of June 26, 1951, No. the Territory of Hawaii a right-of-entry 10292* of September 25, 1951, and No. for work on its harbor-improvement 10328' of February 20, 1952, and conproject.

stituting portions of Chapter XVI of Title 8. At the request of the Territory of 32 of the Code of Federal Regulations: Hawaii the Commissioner, prior to final a. Paragraph (f) of g 1622.12 of Part acceptance by the Territory of any item 1622, Classification Rules and Principles, of work which has been performed under is amended to read as follows: a contract between the Territory and any contractor, shall inform the Ter

(f) Every registrant who, on or after ritory as to whether he concurs in such

June 24, 1948, has entered upon active final acceptance. Such concurrence by

duty in the armed forces, other than the Commissioner shall signify that the

active duty for training only, and (1) Territory has satisfactorily completed

who has been separated therefrom by such item of work.

honorable discharge or discharge under

honorable conditions or by an equivalent 9. When the Territory of Hawaii has' type of release from service, except when satisfactorily completed all work con

such discharge or release was because of templated hereunder in a first-class and

minority or workmanlike manner and has fulfilled all

erroneous enlistment or

when the branch of the armed forces conditions precedent set forth in this concerned certifies that such discharge part, the Commissioner shall so certify or release was accomplished upon the apto the Territory.

plication of the registrant and was based 10. In order that the fulfilment of the upon inadequate evidence of his status, conditions specified in this part and the or (2) who has been separated thereobtaining of certification thereof may from by honorable discharge or disnot be impeded, the Commissioner shall charge under honorable conditions or by designate a local representative who shall an equivalent type of release from serybe empowered to act for the Commis

ice and transferred to a reserve composioner with respect to all matters arising

nent of the armed forces, or (3) who has under paragraphs 2 to 9, inclusive, of this

been transferred to a reserve component

of the armed forces. Each such regispart.

trant who has been transferrd to a rePART III

serve component of the armed forces The Executive order of the Governor shall be identified with the abbreviation of the Territory of Hawaii issued pur- "Res." in the manner provided in suant to paragraph 1 of Part II hereof $ 1622.65, and every other such registrant shall not be amended, modified, or re

shall be identified with the abbreviation voked without the approval of the Presi- “Disc.” in the manner provided in dent of the United States of America. § 1622.64, and upon attaining an age be

yond the maximum age of liability for HARRY S. TRUMAN

military service under the provisions of THE WHITE HOUSE,

the selective service law, all such regisDecember 11, 1952.

trants shall be reclassified in Class V-A.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 10420
AMENDING THE SELECTIVE SERVICE REGU-

LATIONS AND EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 10363
OF JUNE 17, 19521

By virtue of the authority vested in me by Title I of the Universal Military

1 Supra
23 CFR, 1948 Supp., p. 136.
33 CFR, 1948 Supp., p. 207.
43 CFR, 1948 Supp., p. 234.
53 CFR, 1950 Supp., p. 131.
63 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 63.
?3 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 443.
$3 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 480.

b. Paragraph (a) of § 1622.14 of Part 1622 is amended to read as follows:

(a) In Class I-O shall be placed every registrant who would have been classified in Class I-A but for the fact that he has been found, by reason of religious training and belief, to be conscientiously opposed to participation in war in any form and to be conscientiously opposed to participation in both combatant and noncombatant training and service in the armed forces.

C. Paragraph (b) of $ 1622.16 of Part 1622 is amended to read as follows:

(b) In Class I-W shall be placed any registrant who subsequent to being ordered by the local board to perform civilian work contributing to the maintenance of the national health, safety, or interest has been released from such work by the local board after satisfactorily performing the work for a period of twenty-four consecutive months or has been sooner released from such work by the Director of Selective Service under the provisions of $ 1660.21 of this chapter. Each such registrant shall be identified on all records by following his classification with the abbreviation “Rel.” and, upon attaining an age beyond the maximum age of liability for military service under the provisions of the selective service law, all such registrants shall be reclassified in Class V-A.

d. Section 1623.12 of Part 1623, Classification Procedure, is revoked.

e. Paragraph (b) of $ 1624.2 of Part 1624, Appearance Before Local Board, is amended to read as follows:

(b) At any such appearance, the registrant may discuss his classification, may point out the class or classes in which he thinks he should have been placed, and may direct attention to any information in his file which he believes the local board has overlooked or to which he believes it has not given sufficient weight. The registrant may present such further information as he believes will assist the local board in determining his proper classification. Such information shall be in writing, or, if oral, shall be summarized in writing by the registrant and, in either event, shall be placed in the registrant's file. The information furnished should be as concise as possible under the circumstances. The member

or members of the local board before whom the registrant appears may impose such limitations upon the time which the registrant may have for his appearance as they deem necessary.

f. Section 1626.11 of Part 1626, Appeal to Appeal Board, is amended by redesignating paragraph (c) as paragraph (d) and by adding a new paragraph (c) to read as follows:

(c) Whenever an appeal to the appeal board involves a registrant whose current place of residence is located outside the appeal board area in which the local board having jurisdiction over the registrant is located and is located in the area of another appeal board and the written request referred to in paragraph (b) of this section has not been filed with the local board, the registrant, the Director of Selective Service, or the State Director of Selective Service may, at the time he files the notice of appeal, file with the local board a written request that the appeal be submitted to the appeal board having jurisdiction over the area in which is located the current place of residence of the registrant.

g. Section 1626.13 of Part 1626 is amended to read as follows:

$ 1626.13 Local board to prepare appeal record and forward file. (a) Immediately upon an appeal being taken to the appeal board by a person entitled to appeal, the local board shall prepare the Individual Appeal Record (SSS Form No. 120) in duplicate, attaching the original to the inside of the registrant's Cover Sheet (SSS Form No. 101) and placing the duplicate copy in the local board files. If either of the written requests referred to in paragraphs (b) and (c) of $ 1626.11 has been filed, the local board shall enter on the Individual Appeal Record (SSS Form No. 120) a notation that such request has been filed together with the principal place of employment of the registrant or his current place of residence, whichever is applicable, and the address thereof. The local board shall carefully check the registrant's file to make certain that all steps required by the regulations in this chapter have been taken and that the record is complete. If any information considered by the local board does not appear in the written information in the file, other than information presented orally by the registrant or in his behalf at a personal appearance under the provisions of $ 1624.2 of this chapter, the local board shall prepare and place in the file a written summary of such information.

(b) The file of a registrant who appeals or on whose behalf an appeal is taken shall be forwarded by the local board to the appeal board, or appropriate panel thereof, for the area in which the local board having jurisdiction over the registrant is located, unless either of the written requests referred to in paragraphs (b) and (c) of $ 1626.11 has been filed with the local board. If the written request referred to in paragraph (b) of § 1626.11 has been filed, the file of the registrant shall be forwarded by the local board through the State Director of Selective Service to the appeal board having jurisdiction over the area in which is located the principal place of employment of the registrant, but if such principal place of employment is not located in the area of any appeal board the file of the registrant shall be forwarded to the appeal board, or appropriate panel thereof, for the area in which the local board having jurisdiction over the registrant is located. If the written request referred to in paragraph (c) of $ 1626.11 has been filed and the written request referred to in paragraph (b) of that section has not been filed, the file of the registrant shall be forwarded by the local board through the State Director of Selective Service to the appeal board having jurisdiction over the area in which is located the current place of residence of the registrant, but if such current place of residence is not located in the area of any appeal board the file of the registrant shall be forwarded to the appeal board, or appropriate panel thereof, for the area in which the local board having jurisdiction over the registrant is located. The State Director of Selective Service may direct the channels through which the files of registrants shall be forwarded to the appeal boards in his State. When the appeal board to which a file is to be forwarded is located in another State he shall forward the file through the State Director of Selective Service for that State.

h. Section 1626.14 of Part 1626 is amended to read as follows:

$ 1626.14 Time when record to be forwarded on appeal. The registrant's

file shall be forwarded to the appeal board, or appropriate panel thereof, immediately after the period provided in paragraph (c) of $ 1626.2 for taking an appeal has elapsed and the local board has complied with the provisions of $ 1626.13, but in no event shall the file be forwarded later than five days after the period for taking an appeal has elapsed. The local board shall enter in the Classification Record (SSS Form No. 102) the date it transmits the registrant's file to the appeal board or appropriate panel thereof.

i. Paragraph (b) of $ 1628.3 of Part 1628, Physical Examination, is amended to read as follows:

(b) The medical advisor to the local board shall (1) give each registrant who presents himself for medical interview such examination as he deems necessary or (2) review each affidavit of a reputable physician or official statement of a representative of a Federal or State agency referred to him by the local board. From such examination or review, the medical advisor to the local board shall determine whether the registrant has one or more of the defects or conditions listed in Part 1629 of this chapter and shall record his findings in item 19 of section II of the Record of Induction (DD Form No. 47).

j. Subparagraph (1) of paragraph (a) of $ 1632.5, of Part 1632, Delivery and Induction, is amended to read as follows:

(1) Prepare in quintuplicate a Delivery List (SSS Form No. 261) completing thereon the entries in columns (1) and (2) for each such registrant.

k. 1. Paragraph (c) of $ 1650.11 of Part 1650, Registration, Classification, Physical Examination, Selection, and Induction of Persons in Medical, Dental, and Allied Specialist Categories, is amended to read as follows:

(c) Every special registrant shall be placed in Class I-A under the provisions of $ 1622.10 of this chapter except that when grounds are established to place such registrant in one or more of the classes listed in the following table, the special registrant shall be classified in the lowest class for which he is determined to be eligible, with Class I-A-O considered the highest class and Class

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