[Congressional Record Index (1987)]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov]



THURMOND, STROM (a Senator from South Carolina)

  Addresses
      Importance of Agriculture: Harry Bell, 4177 [26FE]
      Tribute to Charles E. Lee: Frank G. Burke, 15134 
        [10JN]
  Advertisements
      Robert H. Bork--Ronald Reagan, Orrin Hatch, Strom Thurmond vs. 
        Joe Biden, Ted Kennedy, Robert Byrd--This Verdict Is Up to 
        You: Montgomery (AL) Alabama Journal, 28941 [22OC]
  Amendments offered by, to
      Air Passenger Protection Act: enact (S. 1485), 30352 
        [30OC]
      Appropriations: making continuing (H.J. Res. 395), 35127, 35146, 35300, 
        35301, 35302, 35309, 35315 [11DE]
      ------making supplemental (H.R. 1827), 13603 [21MY]
      Civil Rights Act: enforcement of fair housing (S. 558), 8875 
        [9AP]
      Crime and criminals: imposition and collection of fines (H.R. 
        3483), 30361-30364 [30OC], 
        33168 [20NO]
      Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for fiscal years 
        1988-89 (S. 1174), 24224 [16SE], 24448 
        [17SE]
      Dept. of Justice: authorizing appropriations (S. 938), 
        21889, 21931 [31JY]
      Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State, and the Judiciary: 
        making appropriations (H.R. 2763), 28135 [15OC]
      Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2700), 
        32608 [18NO]
      Federal Election Campaign Act: amend (S. 2), 23737, 23773 [10SE]
      FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Program: funding (H.J. Res. 
        102), 2343 [29JA]
      Foreign trade: authorize negotiations of reciprocal agreements 
        (S. 1420), 17861, 17862 [26JN]
      Higher Education Act: make certain technical and conforming 
        amendments (H.R. 1846), 12950, 12990-12998 [19MY]
      Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act: enact (S. 1293), 30567 
        [3NO]
      Medicare Catastrophic Loss Prevention Act: enact (S. 1127), 
        29386, 29478 [27OC]
      Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act: enact (S. 1420), 18205 
        [30JN], 20060 [15JY], 
        20582 [21JY]
      Public debt: limit (H.J. Res. 324), 21870, 21930 
        [31JY]
      Retired Benefits Security Act: enact (S. 548), 21095 
        [24JY]
      Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act: 
        enact (S. 387), 2641 [3FE], 2780, 2932 [4FE]
      Veterans: improve benefits (S. 9), 33869 [3DE], 34153, 34229 [4DE]
      ------increase rates of disability compensation (S. 240), 2455 
        [2FE]
      ------job training and counseling services (S. 999), 20058 
        [15JY]
  Analyses
      Reauthorization of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act 
        and the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Adoption Act 
        (S. 1664), 23277 [7AU]
  Announcements
      New service for crime victims' attorneys: Sunny von Bulow 
        National Victim Advocacy Center, Fort Worth, TX, 9768 
        [27AP]
  Appointments
      Committee on Armed Services subcommittees, D10 [12JA]
      Committee on Labor and Human Resources subcommittees, D11 
        [12JA]
      Committee on Rules and Administration, D23 [21JA]
      Committee on the Judiciary subcommittees, D14 [14JA]
      Committee To Escort the President, 1999 [27JA]
      Committee To Escort the President pro tempore, 198 
        [6JA]
      Conferee: S. 373, reauthorizing program of education assistance 
        to disadvantaged children, 33464 [1DE]
      Delegation representing Congress at ceremony honoring the 
        Constitution, 19877 [15JY]
  Articles and editorials
      15-Year-Old Girl Dies in Wreck After Car Stalls, David Hill, 
        Myrtle Beach (SC) Sun News, 34325 [8DE]
      A.M. Quattlebaum, Charleston (SC) News and Courier, 6303 
        [19MR]
      As Good a Friend as I Ever Expect To Have, Laura R. Harris, 
        26826 [7OC]
      Bork Trophy, Wall Street Journal, 29114 [23OC]
      Boy and His Dog, 24781 [22SE]
      ``Charlie'' Shouldn't Pass Unnoticed, Bill McDonald, Columbia 
        (SC) State, 19773 [14JY]
      Children and Wine Coolers, William Raspberry, Washington (DC) 
        Post, 31840 [13NO]
      Citizen, Journalist and Friend, Sumter (SC) Item, 10055 
        [28AP]
      College Installs 18th President, Columbia (SC) State, 7840 
        [2AP]
      Death of a Dean, Florence (SC) News, 10054 [28AP]
      Democrats' European Disease, Wall Street Journal, 18889 
        [8JY]
      Dog for Kris, 24782 [22SE]
      Doggone Smart--Gunshot Victim, Dog Premiere Graduates of 
        Training Program, Kay Gordon, 24781 [22SE]
      Farming Pioneer Coker Dies, Bill Hughes, Columbia (SC) State, 
        29635 [28OC]
      Federal Election Campaign Act, Frank Fahrenkopf, Jr., 14851 
        [5JN]
      Former Horry Clerk of Court Dies, Myrtle Beach (SC) Sun News, 
        3717 [19FE]
      Former Publisher Dies, Columbia (SC) State, 10055 
        [28AP]
      Friends of Kent Thornton Grasp for Meaning in Her Death, Zane 
        Wilson, Pawleys Island (SC) Coastal Observer, 34326 
        [8DE]
      Gen. Maxwell Taylor Dies Here at Age 85, Washington (DC) Post, 
        9097 [21AP]
      Henry T. Busbee, Aiken (SC) Standard, 30527 [3NO]
      Henry T. Busbee, Well-Known Attorney, Dies at Age 95, Aiken (SC) 
        Standard, 30526 [3NO]
      In Appreciation--Huger Sinkler, Charleston (SC) News and 
        Courier, 3718 [19FE]
      Is Cabinet-Level Status the Answer? Charles E. Joeckel, Jr., 
        Disabled American Veterans (publication), 19140 
        [9JY]
      Leading Citizen, Sumter (SC) Item, 25182 [24SE]
      Lightsey Inaugurated, Promises Liberal Arts To Be C of C 
        Priority, Charleston (SC) News and Courier, 7840 
        [2AP]
      Malcolm Baldrige, Washington (DC) Post, 21495 [29JY]
      Man Rescues Woman From Car in Lake, Columbia (SC) State, 3719 
        [19FE]
      Permanent GI Bill, Columbia (SC) State, 19773 [14JY]
      Retired Georgetown Businessman Alexander Quattlebaum Dies, 
        Charleston (SC) News and Courier, 6304 [19MR]
      Robert W. Shellhouse, Aiken (SC) Standard, 30526 
        [3NO]
      Robert W. Shellhouse, World War II Veteran, Dies at Age 68, 
        Aiken (SC) Standard, 30526 [3NO]
      Scholarly Judge, 26826 [7OC]
      State Officials, Friends Recall Newsman Wayne Freeman, 
        Greenville (SC) News, 21494 [29JY]
      Sumter Legend, Columbia (SC) State, 10055 [28AP]
      Textile Shipment From U.S.S.R. Halted, Fred Rigsbee and Ken 
        Burger, Charleston (SC) News and Courier, 16345 
        [17JN]
      Tiger Dies, Myrtle Beach (SC) Sun News, 3717 [19FE]
      To Nell P. Lightsey--``Lady of the Chapel,'' Hampton (SC) 
        Hampton County Guardian, 26512 [6OC]
      Tradition Carried On, Sumter (SC) Item, 10054 [28AP]
      W.M. Hodge, Civic Leader, Dies at Age 70, Sumter (SC) Item, 
        25182 [24SE]
      Wayne Freeman, Columbia (SC) State, 21495 
        [29JY]
      Wayne W. Freeman, Greenville (SC) News, 21494 
        [29JY]
      Woman Who Brought Them Together, 24781 [22SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
      Al-Assaad, Ibrahim: relief (see S. 704), 5147 [10MR]
      Budget: constitutional amendment (see S.J. Res. 11), 348 
        [6JA]
      Capital punishment: constitutional procedures for imposition 
        (see S. 277), 347 [6JA]
      Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: reauthorization (see 
        S. 1664), 23201 [7AU]
      Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Adoption Reform Act: 
        reauthorization (see S. 1664), 23201 [7AU]
      Copyright: intellectual property rights (see S. 635), 4587 
        [3MR]
      Courts: application of exclusionary rule (see S. 278), 347 
        [6JA]
      ------procedures for collateral review of criminal judgments 
        (see S. 260), 347 [6JA]
      Crime and criminals: review of criminal judgments (see S. 1970), 
        36199 [18DE]
      Crime Victims Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 234), 35796 
        [16DE]
      Dept. of Defense: survivors' benefit plan for military retirees 
        (see S. 479), 3075 [5FE]
      Drug industry: suspend duties on certain drugs (see S. 1900), 
        33253 [30NO]
      82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: recognize (see S. 840), 
        6854 [25MR]
      Federal employees: disapproving President's recommendation for 
        pay increases (see S.J. Res. 34), 2118 [28JA]
      ------pay recommendations (see S.J. Res. 42), 2891 
        [4FE]
      Government contractors: prevent conflict of interest by former 
        Federal officers or employees (see S. 237), 346 
        [6JA]
      Income: President's recommendations relative to certain 
        Government officials and employees (see S.J. Res. 10), 348 
        [6JA]
      Intercircuit Panel: establish (see S. 239), 346 [6JA]
      Law enforcement officers: access to criminal identification 
        records by railroad and university private police (see S. 
        238), 346 [6JA]
      Legal Fees Equity Act: enact (see S. 1253), 13555 
        [21MY]
      Made in the U.S.A. Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 177), 20633 
        [22JY]
      Members of Congress: disapproving President's recommendation for 
        pay increases (see S.J. Res. 34), 2118 [28JA]
      ------time restriction for private sector employment (see S. 
        237), 346 [6JA]
      Mustert, Frans N.: relief (see S. 1707), 24779 [22SE]
      National AIDS Awareness and Prevention Month: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 192), 25419 [28SE]
      National Association of State Directors of Veterans' Affairs, 
        Inc.: grant charter (see S. 1897), 33122 [20NO]
      National Committee of American Airmen Rescued by General 
        Mihailovich: monument (see S.J. Res. 182), 21518 
        [29JY]
      National Day of Prayer: designate (see S. 1378), 16385 
        [17JN]
      National Foster Care Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 59), 3723 
        [19FE]
      National Historically Black Colleges Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 22), 1621 [21JA]
      National Podiatric Medicine Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 75), 
        4587 [3MR]
      Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program: 
        designate (see S. 957), 8475 [8AP]
      Schools: voluntary prayer (see S.J. Res. 7), 348 
        [6JA]
      Senate: rule relative to impeachment of convicted felons (see S. 
        Res. 48), 349 [6JA]
      Syndicated Television Music Copyright Reform Act: enact (see S. 
        698), 5147 [10MR]
      Tariff: dicyclohexylbenzothiazylsulfenamide (see S. 380), 1870 
        [22JA]
      ------extracorporeal shock wave lithotripters (see S. 379), 1870 
        [22JA]
      ------menthol feedstocks (see S. 378), 1870 [22JA]
      ------tetra amino biphenyl (see S. 1082), 9425 [23AP]
      Taxation: deduction for donation of agricultural products to 
        victims of natural disasters (see S. 561), 3723 
        [19FE]
      ------religious school exemption from Federal unemployment tax 
        (see S. 1797), 28417 [20OC]
      ------treatment of service animal expenses (see S. 1706), 24779 
        [22SE]
      U.S Claims Court Improvement Act: enact (see S. 1608), 22918 
        [6AU]
      VA: establish as executive department (see S. 533), 3384 
        [17FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor
      Abortion: legislative authority for Congress and States (see 
        S.J. Res. 36), 2118 [28JA]
      ------prohibit use of Federal funds (see S. 1242), 16858 
        [19JN]
      Acquired immune deficiency syndrome: epidemic (see S. Res. 184), 
        8046 [6AP]
      ------national commitment (see S. Res. 190), 8956 
        [10AP]
      Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Act: enact (see S. 1374), 
        16150 [16JN]
      Adoption: family planning projects (see S. 271), 9269 
        [22AP]
      Afghanistan: prohibit trade (see S. 1027)
      ------Soviet occupation (see S. Res. 31), 349 [6JA]
      African American Education Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 174), 
        29649 [28OC]
      Agriculture: advance deficiency payments for certain crops (see 
        S. Res. 284), 25637 [29SE]
      ------financial protection to poultry growers and sellers (see 
        S. 1836), 30342 [30OC]
      ------nitrogen levels in groundwater (see S. 1767), 28752 
        [21OC]
      Agriculture and Food Act: extend to 1992 the national donated 
        commodity processing program (see S. 902), 7846 
        [2AP]
      American Gospel Arts Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 101), 15469 
        [11JN]
      American Indian Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 53), 18951 
        [8JY]
      Angola: condemning the Soviet-Cuban buildup and human rights 
        violations there (see S. Res. 174), 8501 [8AP]
      Appropriations: bills shall be presented separately to the 
        President (see S. 1835), 30342 [30OC]
      ------line-item veto (see S. 402; S.J. Res. 38), 2118 
        [28JA]
      Arizona Statehood Diamond Jubilee: designate (see S.J. Res. 46), 
        2891 [4FE]
      Arlington National Cemetery, VA: designate Tomb of the Unknowns 
        (see S. 1247), 16858 [19JN]
      Baldrige, Malcolm: express sorrow and regret (see S. Res. 256), 
        21252 [28JY]
      Baltic Freedom Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 5), 1331 
        [14JA]
      Banks and banking: prohibit ownership of U.S. banks by certain 
        foreigners (see S. 786), 6357 [19MR]
      Benign Essential Blepharospasm Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        48), 17021 [23JN]
      Berlin, Irving: honor (see S. Res. 246), 27314 [9OC]
      Berndt, Jens-Peter: relief (see S. 978)
      Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic 
        Works: implement (see S. 1971), 36199 [18DE]
      Bilingual Education Act: financial assistance for children of 
        limited English proficiency without mandating a specific 
        method of instruction (see S. 857), 7024 [26MR]
      Burns, Arthur F.: express sorrow on death (see S. Res. 245), 
        18807 [7JY]
      Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: reauthorization (see 
        S. 1663), 23201 [7AU]
      Child Nutrition Amendments: extend to 1992 the national donated 
        commodity processing program (see S. 902), 7846 
        [2AP]
      Children: quality physical education programs in schools (see S. 
        Con. Res. 43), 11622 [7MY]
      ------State eligibility requirements for abuse and neglect 
        assistance (see S. 1596), 22440 [5AU]
      Civil rights: special defense to liability of political 
        subdivision of States (see S. 325), 1471 [20JA]
      Clean Water Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 160), 17021 
        [23JN]
      Committees of the Senate: requirements for proposed legislation 
        on new employee benefits (see S. Res. 218), 16180 
        [16JN]
      Constitution: commemoration of anniversary of signing (see S.J. 
        Res. 173), 23576 [9SE]
      Constitution Day: designate (see S. 699), 5147 [10MR]
      Constitutional conventions: procedures (see S. 589), 4264 
        [26FE]
      Construction industries: minimum wage on public projects (see S. 
        1621), 23199 [7AU]
      Corporations: interlocking directors and officers (see S. 1068), 
        9243 [22AP]
      Courts: attorney fees in judicial actions against State judges 
        (see S. 1512), 20519 [21JY]
      ------retirement and survivors' annuities for bankruptcy judges 
        and magistrates (see S. 1630), 29649 [28OC]
      ------selection of court of appeals to decide multiple appeals 
        (see S. 1134), 11077 [5MY]
      Crime and criminals: imposition and collection of fines (see S. 
        1822), 29442 [27OC]
      Cuba: civil rights abuse (see S. Con. Res. 89), 31900 
        [13NO]
      Deficit Reduction Act: make permanent administrative offset debt 
        collection provisions relative to education loans (see S. 
        685), 21927 [31JY]
      DeGooyer, Franzetta R.: commend (see S. Res. 169), 6093 
        [18MR]
      Dennis Chavez Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 206), 35298 
        [11DE]
      Dept. of Agriculture: agricultural export enhancement program 
        (see S. Con. Res. 67), 20633 [22JY]
      ------anniversary (see S.J. Res. 129), 12486 [14MY]
      ------making supplemental appropriations (see S.J. Res. 167), 
        17571 [25JN]
      ------wheat program (see S. Res. 237), 16845 [19JN]
      Dept. of HUD: rent formula (see S. 1630), 29649 [28OC]
      Dept. of Justice: authorizing appropriations (see S. 517), 3077 
        [5FE]
      Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act: 
        revise and extend (see S. 1417), 18541 [1JY]
      Ducks Unlimited, Inc.: commend (see S. Con. Res. 52), 9426 
        [23AP]
      Education: bilingual programs for children with limited English 
        proficiency (see S. 383), 4352 [26FE]
      ------improve foreign language skills to enhance economic 
        competition (see S. Con. Res. 26), 5058 [6MR]
      ------reauthorize assistance programs for disadvantaged students 
        (see S. 1004), 8760 [9AP]
      ------reauthorizing program of assistance to disadvantaged 
        children (see S. 373), 28431 [20OC]
      Education Consolidation and Improvement Act: reauthorize and 
        improve (see S. 1005), 8760 [9AP]
      EEC: tax on U.S. exports of marine fats and oils (see S. Con. 
        Res. 21), 5173 [10MR]
      Elections: campaign reform (see S. 1326), 14684 [4JN]
      ------constitutional amendment on campaign contributions and 
        expenditures (see S.J. Res. 21), 14862 [5JN]
      ------use of compulsory union dues for political purposes (see 
        S. 615), 4264 [26FE]
      Emergency Medical Services Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 148), 
        23853 [11SE]
      English language: constitutional amendment (see S.J. Res. 13), 
        7291 [30MR]
      Ernest Frederick Hollings Charleston Judicial Building, South 
        Carolina: designate (see S. 1462), 19786 [14JY]
      Executive departments: congressional oversight of rules (see S. 
        1560), 21518 [29JY]
      ------procurement from private sector sources (see S. 265), 1523 
        [20JA]
      Fair Labor Standards Act: amend portion relative to industrial 
        homework (see S. 637), 4587 [3MR]
      Fairness for Adopting Families Act: enact (see S. 1733), 25862 
        [30SE]
      Farm Credit Act: enact (see S. 1665), 33628, 
        33638 [2DE]
      Federal Water Pollution Control Act: renewal of water quality 
        (see S. 1), 340 [6JA]
      Firearms: ban plastic handguns (see S. 465), 18204 
        [30JN]
      Food Security Act: extend eligibility of certain school 
        districts to receive alternative forms of assistance for 
        school lunch programs (see S. 902), 7846 [2AP]
      Foreign trade: marketing loan program for agricultural 
        commodities (see S. 1137), 12020 [12MY]
      Forest Users' Protection Act: enact (see S. 1573), 21739 
        [30JY]
      Freedom of Information Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 126), 13598 
        [21MY]
      Gandhi, Mohandas K.: designate national day of recognition (see 
        S.J. Res. 169), 32840 [19NO]
      Gaucher's Disease Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 122), 
        17584 [25JN]
      Geography Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 88), 14366 
        [2JN]
      German-American Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 108), 17021 
        [23JN]
      Government procurement: interest on overdue payments (see S. 
        328), 2455 [2FE]
      Hamadei, Mohammed: extradition (see S. Con. Res. 62), 16845 
        [19JN]
      Health: funds for Public Health Emergency Fund and treatment of 
        veterans with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (see S. Res. 
        233), 16150 [16JN]
      Highway Speed Modification Act: enact (see S. 65), 1655 
        [21JA]
      Intellectual Property Antitrust Protection Act: enact (see S. 
        438), 2604 [3FE]
      International Special Olympics Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        85), 6582 [23MR]
      Interstate Commerce Commission Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        96), 5921 [17MR]
      Investments: controls on export of capital from U.S. (see S. 
        786), 6357 [19MR]
      Job Training Act: establish incentive bonus for placement (see 
        S. 514), 6404 [19MR]
      Just Say No to Drugs Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 124), 11543 
        [6MY]
      Justice for All Day: commend efforts and commitment of 
        organizers and participants (see S. Res. 303), 29443 
        [27OC]
      Karolyi, Bela: relief (see S. 668), 6117 [18MR]
      Landon, Alfred M.: commemorating birthday (see S. Res. 280), 
        23572 [9SE]
      Library of Congress: establish office of Librarian of Congress 
        Emeritus (see S. 1020), 12020 [12MY]
      Lithuanian Independence Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 39), 2928 
        [17FE]
      Lupus Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 157), 15137 
        [10JN]
      Marine Science, Technology, and Resource Development Act: enact 
        (see S. 1196), 12300 [13MY]
      Marshall plan: anniversary (see S.J. Res. 70), 6117 
        [18MR]
      Medicare: delay payment methodology for physicians' services 
        (see S. Con. Res. 15), 6582 [23MR]
      ------hospital reimbursement policy (see S. 1548), 21119 
        [24JY]
      Medicare Catastrophic Illness Coverage Act: enact (see S. 592), 
        8988 [10AP]
      Mental Illness Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 76), 
        4587 [3MR]
      Merchant marine: U.S. maritime policy (see S. Con. Res. 69), 
        23201 [7AU]
      National Academies of Practice: recognize (see S. 104), 10356 
        [29AP]
      National Adoption Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 97), 6093 
        [18MR]
      National Adult Day Care Center Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        147), 32839 [19NO]
      National Adult Immunization Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 168), 19786 [14JY]
      National Cancer Institute Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 74), 
        4587 [3MR]
      National Catfish Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 164), 16642 
        [18JN]
      National Challenger Center Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 24, 
        201), 1620 [21JA], 27444 [13OC]
      National Child Abuse Prevention Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        58), 5946 [17MR]
      National Community Education Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 87), 
        16407 [17JN]
      National Dairy Goat Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        14), 14156 [29MY]
      National Day of Excellence: designate (see S.J. Res. 35), 2118 
        [28JA]
      National Digestive Diseases Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 67), 6117 [18MR]
      National Down's Syndrome Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 84), 
        6582 [23MR]
      National Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Week: designate 
        (see S.J. Res. 136), 13236 [20MY]
      National Energy Education Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 19), 
        4352 [26FE]
      National Family Bread Baking Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        163), 17021 [23JN]
      National Family Caregivers Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 41), 
        2604 [3FE]
      National Family Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 66), 5365 
        [11MR]
      National Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Week: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 52), 4352 [26FE]
      National Food Bank Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 200), 29649 
        [28OC]
      National Historical Publications and Records Commission: 
        authorizing (see S. 1856), 35805 [16DE]
      National Home Health Care Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 98), 
        27817 [14OC]
      National Immigrants Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 86), 5921 
        [17MR]
      National Intelligence Community Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        104), 12020 [12MY]
      National Job Skills Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 72), 4265 
        [26FE]
      National League of Families: display POW/MIA flag in Capitol 
        rotunda (see S. Con. Res. 9), 1382 [16JA]
      National Medical Research Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 142), 
        14862 [5JN]
      National Minority Cancer Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 83), 5946 [17MR]
      National Neighborhood Crime Watch Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        121), 16858 [19JN]
      National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 89), 5921 [17MR]
      National Osteoporosis Prevention Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        55), 4352 [26FE]
      National Outward Bound Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 145), 
        17021 [23JN]
      National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        105), 25886 [30SE]
      National POW Recognition Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 47), 5365 
        [11MR]
      National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 49), 
        3077 [5FE]
      National Productivity Improvement Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        223), 33253 [30NO]
      National Reye's Syndrome Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 155), 
        14685 [4JN]
      National Safety Belt Use Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 184), 
        24218 [16SE]
      National School Lunch Act: extend eligibility of certain school 
        districts to receive alternative forms of assistance for 
        school lunch programs (see S. 902), 7846 [2AP]
      National School Yearbook Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 109), 
        16180 [16JN]
      National Soccer Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 226), 34225 
        [4DE]
      National Sokol Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 165), 17021 
        [23JN]
      National Stuttering Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        125), 28133 [15OC]
      National Tourette Syndrome Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 198), 27307 [9OC]
      National Tourism Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 134), 28290 
        [16OC]
      National Visiting Nurse Association Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 172), 28987 [22OC]
      National Watermen's Recognition Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        188), 29457 [27OC]
      National Women in Sports Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 196), 
        29457 [27OC]
      National Women Veterans Recognition Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 171), 25637 [29SE]
      Nicaragua: assistance to Contras (see S. 1681), 23843 
        [11SE]
      Noncommissioned Officers Association: grant charter (see S. 
        1397), 16844 [19JN]
      Northwest Ordinance: observance of bicentennial (see S.J. Res. 
        82), 10927 [1MY]
      Older Americans Act: authorizing appropriations (see S. 887), 
        7530 [31MR]
      Panama: civil liberties and democracy (see S. Res. 239), 17825 
        [26JN]
      Patents: patented processes, patent misuse and licensee 
        challenges to patent validity (see S. 1200), 17021 
        [23JN]
      ------protect owners from importation of overseas goods made 
        with U.S. patent process (see S. 568), 4633 [3MR]
      Pensions: correct Social Security benefit disparity (see S. 
        225), 15087 [9JN]
      Postal Service: procedural and appeal rights for certain adverse 
        personnel actions (see S. 541), 18204 [30JN]
      Public Health Service Act: allotment formula for Alcohol, Drug 
        Abuse, and Mental Health Services Block Grant (see S. 924), 
        17021 [23JN]
      ------centers for pediatric emergency medical services (see S. 
        1952), 35796 [16DE], 36225 [18DE]
      ------program of education, prevention, care, and research 
        relative to acquired immune deficiency syndrome (see S. 1220), 
        16858 [19JN]
      Public schools: civil rights (see S. 327), 1471 [20JA]
      Rehabilitation Act: amend relative to healthful schools and 
        workplaces (see S. 673), 12020 [12MY]
      Research: tax credit (see S. 58), 23852 [11SE]
      Residential Lot Interest Expense Conforming Act: enact (see S. 
        1187), 17021 [23JN]
      Roads and highways: funds for construction of toll facilities 
        (see S. 342), 1472 [20JA]
      Rural Electrification Act: allow electric and telephone 
        borrowers to prepay and refinance loans held by Federal 
        financing bank (see S. 912), 7948 [3AP]
      School Lunch and Child Nutrition Amendments: extend to 1992 the 
        national donated commodity processing program (see S. 902), 
        7846 [2AP]
      Senate: tendering thanks to the President pro tempore for the 
        courteous, dignified, and impartial manner in which he has 
        presided (see S. Res. 351), 37794 [21DE]
      Senior Center Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 118), 12621 
        [15MY]
      Service Contract Act: amend (see S. 266), 1523 [20JA]
      Silent prayer or reflection: constityutional amendment (see S.J. 
        Res. 37), 2118 [28JA]
      Snow White Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 140), 13933 
        [28MY]
      Social Security: correct benefit disparity (see S. 225), 15087 
        [9JN]
      Southeast Asia: negotiations to resolve fate of POW and MIA (see 
        S. Res. 255), 21267 [28JY]
      Soviet Union: conditional occupation of new embassy in 
        Washington, D.C. (see S. 948), 11111 [5MY]
      Space Exploration Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 139), 13933 
        [28MY]
      Sports: pension plans for associations of football coaches (see 
        S. 1188), 25025 [23SE]
      Stennis, Senator: election as Senate President pro tempore (see 
        S. Res. 3), 348 [6JA]
      Tambo, Oliver: U.S. visit (see S. Res. 88), 2928 
        [17FE]
      Taxation: adoption expenses (see S. 1733), 25862 
        [30SE]
      ------increase credit for research activities (see S. 58), 23852 
        [11SE]
      ------issuance of mortgage bonds and credit certificates (see S. 
        1522), 20633 [22JY]
      ------protect taxpayer rights (see S. 1774), 28432 
        [20OC]
      ------rates (see S. Res. 46), 349 [6JA]
      Television: exempt certain activities from provisions of 
        antitrust laws (see S. 844), 7650 [1AP]
      Terrorism: control on exports that support (see S. 786), 6357 
        [19MR]
      Textile and Apparel Trade Act: enact (see S. 549), 3722 
        [19FE]
      U.S. claims: Federal debt collection procedures (see S. 1961), 
        36199 [18DE]
      U.S. Olympic Festival-1987 Celebration: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        138), 16180 [16JN]
      U.S. Olympic Festival-1987 Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 138), 
        16180 [16JN]
      VA: funding levels for medical care (see S. Con. Res. 7), 1306 
        [14JA]
      VA Assistant Inspector General for Health Care Quality Assurance 
        Review Act: enact (see S. 1444), 17824 [26JN]
      Veterans: job training and counseling services (see S. 999), 
        20058 [15JY]
      ------remove expiration date for eligibility for educational 
        assistance programs for All-Volunteer Force (see S. 12), 6404 
        [19MR]
      Veterans' Beneficiary Travel Reimbursement Restoration Act: 
        enact (see S. 1464), 19256 [9JY]
      Vocational Education Act: distribution of funds relative to 
        single parents (see S. 1705), 24779 [22SE]
      White House Conference on Library and Information Services: 
        convene (see S.J. Res. 26), 16407 [17JN]
      Women's History Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 20), 1472 
        [20JA]
  Bills and resolutions relative to
      Clarks Hill Lake and Dam, and highway traversing dam: designate 
        as J. Strom Thurmond Lake, J. Strom Thurmond Dam, and J. Strom 
        Thurmond Highway (see H.R. 3693), 34074 [3DE]
      Committee on Armed Services: appointment (see S. Res. 18), 348 
        [6JA]
      Committee on Labor and Human Resources: appointment (see S. Res. 
        18), 348 [6JA]
      Committee on the Judiciary: appointment (see S. Res. 18), 348 
        [6JA]
      Committee on Veterans' Affairs: appointment (see S. Res. 20), 
        348 [6JA]
  Biographies
      Emory M. Sneeden, 25170 [24SE]
  Cloture motions
      Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for fiscal years 
        1988-89 (S. 1174), 25849 [30SE]
  Court decisions
      Emory v. Sec. of the Navy: Robert H. Bork, 28659 
        [21OC]
  Descriptions
      Geographic Alliance Network: National Geographic Society, 14679 
        [4JN]
  Documents
      Special Ceremony in Honor of the Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 
        20128-20137 [17JY]
  Eulogies
      Kathleen K. Thornton, Robert B. McLeod, 34326 [8DE]
      Rembert G. Horton, J. Anderson Bass, Jr., 3717 [19FE]
      Robert R. Coker, James A. Rogers, 29636 [28OC]
  Explanations
      Sentencing Act (S. 1822): by, 33108 [20NO]
  Factsheets
      Alcohol Abuse: National Conference on Alcohol Abuse, 31839 
        [13NO]
  Interviews
      Consequences of the consolidation of Marxism-Leninism in 
        Nicaragua, Ernesto Palazio, 27807 [14OC]
  Letters
      Advanced notification in plant shutdowns: John L. Kelly, 18888 
        [8JY]
      ------William E. Brock, Sec. of Labor, 18889 [8JY]
      Arrest of George Hansen: by, 13530 [21MY]
      Dennis Chavez commemorative stamp: by, 30790 
        [4NO]
      Impact of Soviet and Iranian textile imports on U.S. industry: 
        by, 23551 [9SE]
      Imports of cotton sheeting from the Soviet Union: by, 21956 
        [3AU]
      Intelligence Authorization Act: by, 20979 [23JY]
      ITC affirmative determination trigger: by, and 1 other Senator, 
        19241 [9JY]
      Nomination of David B. Sentelle to be circuit judge: David R. 
        Almond, 23549 [9SE]
      Refugee admission: by, 25897 [30SE]
      Retired Benefits Security Act: Kent W. Clapp, Blue Cross and 
        Blue Shield of Ohio, 21098 [24JY]
      U.S. contribution to international project for subseabed 
        disposal alternative for high-level nuclear waste: by (1986), 
        31750 [12NO]
  Memorandums
      Unemployment Tax Coverage of Religious Schools: William B. Ball, 
        28418 [20OC]
  Motions offered by
      Veterans: improve benefits (S. 9), 33908 [3DE]
  Obituaries
      James A. Spruill, Jr., Cheraw (SC) Chronicle, 26827 
        [7OC]
      Nell P. Lightsey, Charleston (SC) News and Courier, 26513 
        [6OC]
      Rembert G. Horton, Myrtle Beach (SC) Sun News, 3717 
        [19FE]
      Robert R. Coker, Florence (SC) News, 29635 [28OC]
  Papers
      Paralysis in the U.S. Senate: Charles Dunn, 4179-4181 [26FE]
  Poems
      ``Fallen Soldier,'' Walter Scott, 9097 [21AP]
      ``Only Men Can Make a Nation'', 34165 [4DE]
  Proclamations
      Constitution bicentennial: Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of the 
        U.S., 3705 [19FE]
  Programs
      Memorial mass for Clare Boothe Luce, 27812 [14OC]
  Remarks by, on
      Acquired immune deficiency syndrome: national commitment (S. 
        Res. 190), 8947 [10AP]
      Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Act: enact (S. 1374), 
        16176 [16JN]
      Advertising: outdoor signs, displays, and devices, 2561 
        [3FE]
      Agriculture: credit assistance to farmers (H.R. 3030), 34121 
        [4DE]
      ------domestically produced wheat gluten, 18164 [30JN]
      ------importance to economy, 4177 [26FE]
      ------uniform treatment of commodities, 19245 [9JY]
      Appropriations: making supplemental (H.R. 1827), 14314 
        [2JN]
      Armed Forces: monthly annuity to widows of retirees (S. 479), 
        3077 [5FE]
      ------prescribe personnel strengths for fiscal years 1988-89 (S. 
        1174), 12282 [13MY]
      Arms control: negotiations, 23096 [7AU]
      ------operational deployment of certain strategic offensive 
        nuclear weapons, 26092 [1OC]
      Aviation Safety Commission: appointment of members, 1133 
        [12JA]
      Bankruptcy: protections under title 11 (S. 1577), 22013 
        [3AU]
      Board for International Broadcasting: authorizing appropriations 
        (S. 1394), 26878 [7OC]
      Bork, Robert H.: nomination, 18765 [7JY], 
        27775 [14OC], 28657, 28694 
        [21OC], 29022, 29053, 29114-29119, 29121 
        [23OC]
      Budget: constitutional amendment on balanced (S.J. Res. 11), 763 
        [6JA]
      Capital punishment: establish constitutional procedures for 
        imposition (S. 277), 742 [6JA]
      Charleston, SC: Ernest Frederick Hollings Judicial Building, 
        32566 [18NO]
      Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: reauthorization (S. 
        1663), 23273 [7AU], 30583 [3NO]
      ------reauthorization (S. 1664), 23273 [7AU]
      Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Adoption Act: 
        reauthorization (S. 1664), 23273 [7AU]
      Clean Air Act: amend (S. 1894), 35985 [17DE]
      Commission on Senate Operations and Fiscal Procedures: establish 
        (S. Res. 49), 797 [6JA]
      Computers: extend Semiconductor Chip Protection Act relative to 
        certain protective orders (S. 442), 17817 [26JN], 30682 [4NO]
      Congressional budget: setting forth for years fiscal 1988-91 (S. 
        Con. Res. 49), 10334 [29AP], 11379 
        [6MY]
      --------setting forth for fiscal years 1988-90 (H. Con. Res. 
        93), conference report, 17278 [24JN]
      Copyright: intellectual property rights (S. 635), 4608 
        [3MR]
      Corporations: interlocking directors and officers (S. 1068), 
        21887 [31JY]
      Courts: selection of court of appeals to decide multiple appeals 
        (S. 1134), 36579 [19DE]
      Crime and criminals: imposition and collection of fines (S. 
        1822), 29666 [28OC], 33110 [20NO]
      ------railroad and college police access to Federal criminal 
        identification records (S. 238), 686 [6JA]
      ------review of criminal judgments (S. 1970), 36215 
        [18DE]
      Crime Victims Week: designate (S.J. Res. 234), 35804 
        [16DE]
      Dept. of Agriculture: anniversary (H.J. Res. 270), 12576 
        [15MY]
      Dept. of Defense: acquisition strategy for a new production 
        reactor, 25248 [25SE]
      ------authorizing appropriations for fiscal years 1988-89 (S. 
        1174), 12282 [13MY], 21092 [24JY], 23096 [7AU], 24192 
        [16SE], 24400, 24419 
        [17SE], 24742, 24753 
        [22SE], 25111, 25116, 25126, 25155, 
        25158, 25162-25164, 25168 [24SE], 25248 
        [25SE], 25416 [28SE], 
        25529 [29SE], 26092 [1OC], 26276 [2OC]
      ------authorizing appropriations for fiscal years 1988-89 (S. 
        1174), motion to proceed to consideration, 23739 
        [10SE]
      ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1748), conference report, 
        32767, 32791 [19NO]
      ------Bigeye bomb funding, 25155 [24SE]
      ------binary chemical weapons funding, 25126 [24SE]
      ------labor requirements in contracts, 25529 [29SE]
      ------underground nuclear testing, 25111, 25116 
        [24SE]
      Dept. of Energy: authorizing appropriations for defense 
        activities (S. 1174), 12282 [13MY]
      Dept. of Justice: authorizing appropriations (S. 938), 21890 
        [31JY]
      Dept. of State: authorizing appropriations (S. 1394), 26878 
        [7OC]
      Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act: 
        revise and extend (S. 1417), 20512 [21JY]
      Education: reauthorize assistance programs for certain students 
        (S. 1004), 8832 [9AP]
      ------reauthorizing program of assistance to disadvantaged 
        children (S. 373), 33374 [1DE]
      Education Consolidation and Improvement Act: reauthorize and 
        improve (S. 1005), 8834 [9AP]
      82d Airborne Division Association, Inc.: recognize (S. 840), 
        6881 [25MR]
      Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2700), 
        30757, 30759 [4NO], 
        32566, 32583 [18NO]
      Exclusionary rule: limit (S. 278), 742 [6JA]
      Export Trading Company Act: amend Title III, 19998 
        [15JY]
      FBI: nomination of William S. Sessions to be Director, 25268 
        [25SE]
      Federal Election Campaign Act: amend (S. 2), 14850 
        [5JN]
      Federal employees: Presidential recommendations relative to 
        rates of pay for certain offices and positions (S.J. Res. 42), 
        2780, 2781, 2787 
        [4FE]
      Federal officials: disapprove recommendations of President 
        regarding pay raises for certain (S.J. Res. 10), 762 
        [6JA]
      Federal-Aid Highway Program: use of domestic industries, 2577 
        [3FE]
      Foreign trade: authorize negotiations of reciprocal agreements 
        (S. 1420), 17489-17491 [25JN], 18164 [30JN], 18888-18890 [8JY], 19193, 19245 [9JY], 19305 
        [10JY], 19689, 19742 
        [14JY], 19998 [15JY], 
        20414, 20451 [21JY]
      ------impact of textile imports on U.S. industry, 23551 
        [9SE]
      ------Soviet textile exports to U.S., 16345 [17JN]
      ------strengthen and enforce laws, 3687 [19FE]
      Fresh Peach Day: observance, 19774 [14JY]
      Handicapped: tax treatment of service animals, 24781 
        [22SE]
      Higher Education Act: make certain technical and conforming 
        amendments (H.R. 1846), 12952 [19MY]
      Immigration and Nationality Act: amend, 26878 [7OC]
      Income: congressional, executive, and judicial salaries and 
        pensions (S.J. Res. 34), 2072 [28JA], 
        2277, 2281, 2287, 2290, 2291, 2294 
        [29JA]
      Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act: enact (S. 1293), 30517 
        [3NO]
      ------enact (S. 1293), motion to proceed to consideration, 28186 
        [16OC]
      Integrity in Post Employment Act: enact (S. 237), 685 
        [6JA]
      Intercircuit Panel of U.S. Appeals Courts: establish (S. 239), 
        686 [6JA]
      International Wheat Agreement: ratification, 31997 
        [17NO]
      Legal Fees Equity Act: enact (S. 1253), 13556 
        [21MY]
      Made in the U.S.A. Month: designate (S.J. Res. 177), 
        20647 [22JY]
      Mass transit: funding, 2787 [4FE]
      Medicare Catastrophic Loss Prevention Act: enact (S. 1127), 
        29346, 29386 [27OC]
      National AIDS Awareness and Prevention Month: designate (S.J. 
        Res. 192), 25421 [28SE]
      National Association of State Directors of Veterans' Affairs, 
        Inc.: grant charter (S. 1897), 33166 [20NO]
      National Committee of American Airmen Rescued by General 
        Mihailovich: monument (S.J. Res. 182), 21532 [29JY]
      National Conference on Alcohol Abuse: meeting in Washington, DC, 
        31838, 31840 [13NO]
      National Day of Prayer: designate (S. 1378), 16385 
        [17JN]
      National Foster Care Month: designate (S.J. Res. 59), 3801 
        [19FE]
      National Geographic Society: education programs, 14679 
        [4JN]
      National Guard: State governors' authority relative to overseas 
        deployment, 24400 [17SE]
      National Historically Black Colleges Week: designate (S.J. Res. 
        22), 1651 [21JA]
      National Podiatric Medicine Week: designate (S.J. Res. 75), 
        4631 [3MR]
      Navy: Rapid Acquisition of Manufactured Parts program, 33809 
        [3DE]
      Nicaragua: military assistance to democratic opposition, 24419 
        [17SE]
      ------moratorium on U.S. assistance to Contras (S.J. Res. 81), 
        6065 [18MR]
      Nuclear warfare: strategic defense initiative, 24192 
        [16SE]
      Older Americans Act: authorizing appropriations (S. 887), 7533 
        [31MR]
      Persian Gulf: reflagging Kuwaiti naval vessels, 19193 
        [9JY]
      Plant shutdowns: advanced notification, 18888-
        18890 [8JY]
      Prayer: amend Constitution relative to voluntary school prayer 
        (S.J. Res. 7), 760 [6JA]
      President pro tempore: election of Senator Stennis (S. Res. 3), 
        197 [6JA]
      Reagan, President: birthday, 3075 [5FE]
      Retired Benefits Security Act: enact (S. 548), 21095, 21098 [24JY]
      Rollcall: quorum, 33809 [3DE]
      Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program: 
        designate (S. 957), 8486 [8AP]
      Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of the U.S.: tribute, 3704 
        [19FE]
      Semiconductor Chip Protection Act: extend relative to certain 
        protective orders (S. 442), 17817 [26JN], 
        30682 [4NO]
      Senate: amend rule XXVII relative to impeachment trials (S. Res. 
        48), 797 [6JA]
      ------calendar, 12578 [15MY]
      ------general election campaign funding (S. 2), 14850 
        [5JN]
      ------legislative program, 2071 [28JA], 23739 
        [10SE], 25162-25164, 25168 [24SE], 28654 
        [21OC]
      Sentelle, David B.: nomination to be circuit judge, 
        23548, 23550 [9SE]
      Soviet Union: textile and apparel trade agreement, 35284 
        [11DE]
      ------U.S. imports of cotton sheeting, 21955 [3AU]
      Star Schools Program Assistance Act: enact (S. 778), 9410 
        [23AP]
      Sunny von Bulow National Victim Advocacy Center, Fort Worth, TX: 
        tribute, 9768 [27AP]
      Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act: 
        enact (S. 387), 2561, 2577 [3FE], 2780, 2781, 2787 
        [4FE]
      Syndicated Television Music Copyright Reform Act: enact (S. 
        698), 5154 [10MR], 7171 
        [27MR]
      Tariff: dicyclohexylbenzothiazylsulfenamide (S. 380), 
        1874 [22JA]
      ------dimethylbenzylidene sorbitol and 4,4'-
        isopropylidenedicyclohexanol (S. 1900), 33262 [30NO]
      ------extracorporeal shock wave lithotripters (S. 379), 
        1873 [22JA]
      ------menthol feedstocks (S. 378), 1873 [22JA]
      ------tetra amino biphenyl (S. 1082), 9429 
        [23AP]
      Taxation: deduction for donation of agricultural products to 
        victims of natural disasters (S. 561), 3759 [19FE]
      ------religious school exemption from Federal unemployment tax 
        (S. 1797), 28417 [20OC]
      Textile and Apparel Trade Act: enact (S. 549), 3687, 3688 [19FE]
      Textile industry: effects of trade deficit, 1133 
        [12JA], 23551 [9SE]
      Tongour, Mike: privilege of the floor, 2273 [29JA]
      Trade Act: ensure antitrust laws apply to plans and commitments 
        made by domestic industry, 20414 [21JY]
      U.S. claims: Federal debt collection procedures (S. 1961), 
        36200 [18DE]
      U.S. Claims Court Improvement Act: enact (S. 1608), 22929 
        [6AU]
      USIA: authorizing appropriations (S. 1394), 26878 
        [7OC]
      VA: Cabinet-level status, 19140 [9JY]
      ------establish as executive department (S. 533), 3390 
        [17FE]
      Verity, C. William, Jr.: Sec. of Commerce nomination, 
        27385, 27416 [13OC]
      Veterans: improve benefits (S. 9), 33895, 
        33899, 33923, 33957 
        [3DE], 34153, 
        34154, 34183 [4DE]
      ------permanent GI bill, 19773 [14JY]
      ------remove expiration date for eligibility for educational 
        assistance programs for All Volunteer Force (S. 12), 11762 
        [8MY]
      Veterans' Beneficiary Travel Reimbursement Restoration Act: 
        enact (S. 1464), 28239 [16OC]
      Victims of crimes: Sunny von Bulow National Victim Advocacy 
        Center, Fort Worth, TX, 9768 [27AP]
      Water Quality Act: enact (H.R. 1), veto, 2805 [4FE]
      Wooten, Terry: privilege of the floor, 2273 [29JA]
      World and I (magazine): tribute, 33070 [20NO]
  Remarks in House relative to
      Savannah River, SC: Clarks Hill Dam and Reservoir renamed after 
        Senator Thurmond, 36290 [18DE]
      Tribute, 36290 [18DE]
  Remarks in Senate relative to
      Bicentennial minute: November 3, 1954--Senator Strom Thurmond 
        Elected as Write-in Candidate, 30527 [3NO]
      Committee on the Judiciary: ranking member (S. Res. 72), 1460 
        [20JA]
      Strom Thurmond Dam, Reservoir, and Highway, SC: designate, 34165 
        [4DE]
      Tribute, 22806 [6AU], 31273 [6NO], 34155 [4DE]
  Reports
      Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome as Major Public Health 
        Issue, 16177 [16JN]
      Alcohol and Health: Dept. of HHS, 31839 [13NO]
      Foreign Travel Expenditures, 7943 [3AP], 
        20235 [17JY], 32804 [19NO]
  Reports filed
      Activities: Committee on the Judiciary (S. Rept. 100-163), 24779 
        [22SE]
  Resolutions by organizations
      Strom Thurmond Dam, Reservoir, and Highway, SC: Clarks Hill-
        Russell Authority, SC, 34166 [4DE]
  Resumes
      Robert H. Bork, 18765 [7JY]
  Statements
      Alcohol Abuse: Otis R. Bowen, Sec. of HHS, 31838 
        [13NO]
      C. William Verity, Jr.: Frederick B. Dent, 27416 
        [13OC]
      Constitution: Hugo L. Black, 29115 [23OC]
      ------Robert H. Bork, 29115-29117 
        [23OC]
      Effects of Trade Deficit: Robert Ortner, 1133 [12JA]
      ------Thomas Jefferson, 1133 [12JA]
      Firing: Archibald Cox, 29118 [23OC]
      Firing of Archibald Cox: Elliot L. Richardson, 29118 
        [23OC]
      ------Robert H. Bork, 29117 [23OC]
      Foreign Trade: Thomas Jefferson, 3687 [19FE]
      GI Bill of Rights: Dudley L. Carlson, 11762 [8MY]
      ------Ernest C. Cheatham, 11762 [8MY]
      ------Reserve Officers Association, 11762 [8MY]
      ------Robert M. Elton, 11762 [8MY]
      ------Thomas A. Hickey, 11762 [8MY]
      Homeless Veterans' Assistance Act: by (minority views), 7501 
        [31MR]
      Nicaraguan-Iranian Arms Sale: by, 327 [6JA]
      ------Senator Hollings, 328 [6JA]
      Nomination of Abe Fortas as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court: 
        by, 21477 [29JY], 23132 [7AU]
      Nomination of Robert H. Bork to the Supreme Court: by, 24356 
        [17SE], 28855 [22OC]
      Prosperity of a Country: Martin Luther King, Jr., 7840 
        [2AP]
      Spuds MacKenzie: Anheuser-Busch Co., 31839 [13NO]
      States and Education: William J. Bennett, Sec. of Education, 
        8834 [9AP]
      Sterilization of Women: Robert H. Bork, 28661 [21OC]
      U.S. Antisatellite Program a Key Element in the National 
        Strategy of Deterrence: President Reagan, 24753 
        [22SE]
  Testimonies
      Committee on Appropriations (Senate): Dept. of Agriculture 
        Budget, D236 [7AP]
      Committee on Finance: Limits on Imports of Textiles and 
        Nonrubber Footwear (S. 549), D562 [30JY]
      Committee on Government Operations: Establish the VA as an 
        Executive Department (H.R. 3471), D757 [27OC]
      Committee on Governmental Affairs: Elevate VA to Cabinet-Level 
        Dept. of Veterans Affairs, D861 [9DE]
      Committee on Labor and Human Resources: National Information 
        System for Health Related Services (S. 926), D246 
        [8AP]
      Committee on the Judiciary (Senate): Syndicated Television Music 
        Copyright Reform Act (S. 698), D802 [10NO]
      Imports of Cotton Sheeting From the Soviet Union: by, 21956 
        [3AU]
      Newspaper Advertising Disinformation Against Bork: Warren E. 
        Burger, 28658 [21OC]
      ------William F. Smith, 28658 [21OC]
      Nomination of Robert H. Bork to the Supreme Court: Jewel 
        LaFantant, 28659 [21OC]
      Public Broadcasting and Education: Henry J. Cauthen, 9410 
        [23AP]
  Texts of
      S. 277, establish constitutional procedures for imposition of 
        capital punishment, 743
      S. 533, establish VA as executive department, 3390 
        [17FE]
      S. 698, Syndicated Television Music Copyright Reform Act, 
        5155 [10MR]
      S. 840, recognize 82d Airborne Division Association, Inc., 6881 
        [25MR]
      S. 957, designate Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate 
        Achievement Program, 8486 [8AP]
      S. 1005, reauthorize Education Consolidation and Improvement 
        Act, 8834 [9AP]
      S. 1608, U.S. Claims Court Improvement Act, 22929 
        [6AU]
      S. 1664, reauthorization of the Child Abuse Prevention and 
        Treatment Act, 23277 [7AU]
      S. 1797, religious school exemption from Federal unemployment 
        tax, 28417 [20OC]
      S. 1970, Criminal Justice Reform Act, 36216 [18DE]
      S. Res. 72, designating ranking members on committees of the 
        Senate, 1524 [20JA]
      S.J. Res. 7, amend Constitution relative to voluntary school 
        prayer, 760 [6JA]
      S.J. Res. 10, disapprove recommendations of President regarding 
        pay raises for certain Federal officials, 763 [6JA]
      S.J. Res. 22, National Historically Black Colleges Week, 
        1651 [21JA]
      S.J. Res. 42, Presidential recommendations relative to rates of 
        pay for certain Governmental offices and positions, 2787 
        [4FE]
      S.J. Res. 182, monument for National Committee of American 
        Airmen Rescued by General Mihailovich, 21533 [29JY]
      S.J. Res. 192, National AIDS Awareness and Prevention Month, 
        25421 [28SE]
  Transcripts
      Amend Constitution To Require Balanced Budget--Past Legislation, 
        764 [6JA]
      Constitution Bicentennial Proclamation by Scottish Rite of 
        Freemasonry of the U.S., 3704, 3705 
        [19FE]
  Tributes
      Baldrige, Malcolm, 21495 [29JY]
      Barnhart, Ray A., 34452 [9DE]
      Busbee, Henry T., 30526 [3NO]
      Coker, Robert R., 29634 [28OC]
      Cox, Walter T., 11072 [5MY]
      Freeman, Wayne W., 21494 [29JY]
      Green, Charlie, 19773 [14JY]
      Haimbaugh, George D., Jr., 10341 [29AP]
      Hodge, William M., Sr., 25181 [24SE]
      Horton, Rembert G., 3717 [19FE]
      Landon, Alfred M., 27442 [13OC]
      Lee, Charles E., 15134 [10JN]
      Lightsey, Nell P., 26512 [6OC]
      Locke, Matt, 13931 [28MY]
      Luce, Clare Boothe, 27812 [14OC]
      Osteen, Hubert D., 10054 [28AP]
      Page, Charles, 3719 [19FE]
      Quattlebaum, Alexander M., 6303 [19MR]
      Shellhouse, Robert W., 30526 [3NO]
      Sinkler, Huger, 3718 [19FE]
      Sneeden, Emory M., 25170-25172 [24SE]
      Spruill, James A., Jr., 26826 [7OC]
      Stennis, Senator, 22013 [3AU]
      Tarver, Edith S., 2762 [4FE]
      Taylor, Maxwell D., 9097 [21AP]
      Thornton, Kathleen K., 34325 [8DE]
      Warner, Senator, 29311 [27OC]
      Zorinsky, Edward, 5138 [10MR]