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LETTER OF JANUARY 17, 1953 November 20, 1951 under the proclama

tion of August 1, 1951. [PURSUANT TO PROCLAMATION GIVING EFFECT TO SECTIONS 5 AND 11 OF THE TRADE

Sincerely yours, AGREEMENTS EXTENSION ACT OF 1951)

HARRY S. TRUMAN
THE WHITE HOUSE,

Honorable JOHN W. SNYDER,
Washington, January 17, 1953.

Secretary of the Treasury.
MY DEAR MR. SECRETARY:

Pursuant to Part I of my proclama- LETTER OF MARCH 6, 1953 tion of August 1, 1951,' carrying out sections 5 and 11 of the Trade Agreements

(CARRYING OUT THE TORQUAY PROTOCOL Extension Act of 1951, I hereby notify

TO THE GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS you that the suspension provided for

AND TRADE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES) therein shall be applicable with respect

THE WHITE HOUSE, to imports from the following nations

Washington, March 6, 1953. and areas:

DEAR MR. SECRETARY:
Poland, and areas under the provisional
Administration of Poland (the former Free

Reference is made to the President's City of Danzig, and areas in Germany includ- Proclamation of June 2, 1951' (16 F. R. ing the area in East Prussia).

5381) carrying out the Torquay Protocol Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and to the General Agreement on Tariffs and the area in East Prussia under the provi- Trade and for other purposes. sional administration of the Union of Soviet

As Brazil signed the Torquay Protocol Socialist Republics.

on February 19, 1953, I hereby notify you Pursuant to Part II of that proclama- that the following item and parts of items tion of August 1, 1951, I hereby notify in Part I of Schedule XX annexed to the you that the entry, or withdrawal from Torquay Protocol shall not be withheld warehouse, for consumption of ermine, pursuant to paragraph 4 of that Protocol fox, kolinsky, marten, mink, muskrat, on or after March 21, 1953: and weasel furs and skins, dressed or Item undressed, shall be prohibited as to the 10–50 much as relates to copalba balsam products of the Union of Soviet Socialist 87—all Republics.

405-50 much as relates to parada pine ply

wood The provisions of this letter shall ap

1727-60 much as relates to tucum nuts ply to products specified herein which are entered, or withdrawn from ware

Sincerely, house, for consumption on and after

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER February 19, 1953, on which date this Honorable GEORGE M. HUMPHREY, letter shall supersede my letter to you of The Secretary of the Treasury.

1 Proclamation 2935; 8 CFR, 1951 Supp., p. 37.

1 Proclamation 2929, 3 CFR, 1951 Supp.,

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Jan. 25 National Freedom Day -
Feb. 9 Enlarging the Channel Islands National Monument, Calif.
Feb. 10 "I Am An American Day,” 1949.
Feb. 12 Red Cross Month, 1949.
Feb. 24 Army Day, 1949..
Mar. 8 Supplementing Proclamations of Dec. 16, 1947, and Jan. 1,

1948, carrying out general agreement on tariffs and trade

and exclusive trade agreement with Cuba, respectively ---
Mar. 10 Cancer Control Month, 1949.
Mar. 12 Further postponing the effective date of Proclamation No.

2775 of Mar. 26, 1948, prescribing changes in Panama

Canal toll rates...
Mar. 28 Pan American Day, 1919.
Mar. 28 National Farm Safety Week, 1949.
Apr. 5 World Trade Week, 1949.
Apr. 16

Child Health Day, 1949.
Apr. 27 Mother's Day, 1949-
May 7 National Maritime Day, 1949
May 19 Union of South Africa; suspension of tonnage duties
May 19 Israel, suspension of tonnage duties.
May 22

Death of James Forrestal.
May 24 Flag Day, 1949...
May 26 Prayer for Peace, Memorial Day, 1949.
May 31 Supplementing Proclamations of Nov. 10, 1942, and Dec.

3, 1942, proclaiming the trade agreement with Uruguay
and Proclamations of Oct. 31, 1941, and Dec. 11, 1942,

proclaiming the trade agreement with Argentina -
June 8 Patrick Henry Week, 1949.-
June 15 Designating the Columbia National Forest as the Gifford

Pinchot National Forest.-
July 27

Immigration quotas.--
July 27 Termination of the suspension of additional processing tax

on certain coconut oil..
July 29 Amendments of regulations relating to migratory birds and

game mammals...
Aug. 2

Fire Prevention Week, 1949-
Aug. 17 Amendment of Proclamation No. 2523 prescribing regula-

tions relating to the control of persons entering or leaving

the United States..
Aug. 24

Determining Bemidone and six other drugs to be opiates-
Aug. 25

Panama Canal toll rates; further postponing the effective

date of Proclamation No. 2775 of Mar. 26, 1948 pre

scribing changes..
Aug. 25

United Nations Day, 1949.
Aug. 26 Amendments of regulations relating to migratory birds and

game mammals..
Aug. 30 National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week, 1949.
Sept. 3 Change in quota year for imports of long-staple cotton and

fixing of quota for interim period.
Sept. 22 Columbus Day, 1949.
Oct. 5 General Pulaski's Memorial Day, 1949-
Oct. 20 | Oregon; closed areas under Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

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Oct. 25 Effigy Mounds National Monument, Iowa; establishment-
Oct. 26 Pakistan; suspension of tonnage duties..
Oct. 29 Armistice Day, 1949----
Nov. 5 Colombian Trade Agreement Proclamation; termination...
Nov. 10 Thanksgiving Day, 1949.-
Nov. 30 Supplementing the Proclamations of Dec. 16, 1947, and

Jan. 1, 1948, carrying out the general agreement on
tariffs and trade and the exclusive trade agreement with
Cuba, respectively, and terminating in part the Procla-

mation of Jan. 30, 1948..
Dec. 6 United Nations Human Rights Day.
Dec. 22 Carrying out the Annecy protocol of terms of accession to

the general agreement on tariffs and trade, dated Oct.
10, 1949, and supplementing the Proclamations of Dec.

16, 1947, and Jan. 1, 1948.
Dec. 29 Copyright extension: Australia.

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10026 Jan. 4 Adopting the Manual for Courts-Martial U. S. Army, 1949,

for use in the Department of the Air Force --10027 Jan. 6 Indian Lands; extension of trust periods expiring during the

calendar year 1949.10028 Jan. 13 Defining noncombatant service and noncombatant training 10029 Jan. 19 Northwest Airlines, Inc., and certain of its employees;

creation of an emergency board to investigate a dispute. 10030 Jan. 26 District of Columbia National Guard; administration and

supervision.. 10031 Jan. 26 Public Health Service Officers; separation on grounds of

disloyalty--10032 | Jan. 28 Akron, Canton & Youngstown R. R. Co. and other carriers,

and certain of their employees; creation of an emergency

board to investigate a dispute. 10033 Feb. 8 Regulations governing the providing of statistical infor

mation to intergovernmental organizations.. 10034 Feb. 9 Johnson, John Monroe; further exemption from compul

sory retirement for age10035 Feb. 10 Negron-Fernandez, Luis; designated as Acting Judge of

the District Court of the United States for Puerto Rico

for the year 1949. 10036 Feb. 10 California; restoration of lands to location and entry under

the mining laws of the United States.. 10037 Feb. 14 Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Company and

certain of its employees; creation of an emergency

board to investigate a dispute---
· 10038 Feb. 15 The Carriers represented by the Eastern Carriers Confer-

ence Committee, Western Carriers' Conference Commit-
tee and Southeastern Carriers Conference Committee,
and certain of their employees; creation of an emergency
board to investigate a dispute..

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10039 Feb. 21 Donnellon, Miss Winifred R.; authorizing the Civil Service

Commissicn to confer competitive status.--10040 Feb. 21 Employment in Canal Zone; amendment of Executive

Order No. 9999 suspending certain statutory provisions10041 Mar. 10 United States Naval Reservation at Hanapepe, Kona,

Kauai; restoring certain lands to the jurisdiction of the

Territory of Hawaii.. 10042 Mar. 10 Making certain changes in the customs field organization.. 10043 Mar. 10 President's Committee on Religious and Moral Welfare

and Character Guidance in the Armed Forces; changing

the name 10044 Mar. 15 Federal officers and employees; amendment of Executive

Order No. 9 of Jan. 17, 1873, relating to the holding of

State or local offices. 10045 Mar. 15 Wabash R. R. Co. and the Ann Arbor R. R. Co. and certain

of their employees; creation of an emergency board to

investigate a dispute.
10046 Mar. 24 Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota,

Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming;
transfer of certain lands from the Department of Agricul-
ture to the Department of Interior and withdrawing

public lands for the use of the Department of Agriculture10047 Mar. 26 Honolulu Harbor; restoration of a portion to the jurisdic

tion of the Territory of Hawaii.. 10048 Mar. 30 Southern Pacific Co. (Pacific Lines) and certain of its

employees; creation of an emergency board to investigate

a dispute 10049 Apr. 2 | Delegating the authority of the President to prescribe

clothing allowances, and cash allowances in lieu thereof

to enlisted men in the Armed Forces.. 10050 Apr. 9 Railway Express Agency, Inc., and certain of its employees;

creation of an emergency board to investigate a dispute.10051 Apr. 15 Aliquippa and Southern Ř. R. Co. and certain of its em

ployees; creation of an emergency board to investigate

a dispute... 052 Apr. 20 California; enlarging Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 1;

revoking in part Public Land Order No. 460 of Apr. 1,

1948. 10053 Apr. 20 Members of the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps,

Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Public

Health Service; transportation of household goods--10054 | Apr. 29 Transfer of personnel to certain public international organi

zations, modifying Executive Order No. 9721.--10055 May 6 Holding of local offices by Federal officers and employees;

amendment of Executive Order No. 9 of Jan. 17, 1873.-10056 May 12 Union Railroad Co. (Pittsburgh) and certain of its em

ployee's; creation of an emergency board to investigate

a dispute 10057 May 14 American Battle Monuments Commission; transferring

functions pertaining to certain United States Military

Cemeteries. 10058 May 24 Keaukaha, Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawaii; restoring certain

lands to the jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii. 10059 May 27 Personnel of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard,

National Guard, and officers of the Public Health Sery-
ice detailed for duty with the Coast Guard; amendment
of Executive Order No. 9195 of July 7, 1942, as amended,
prescribing regulations relating to aerial flights----

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