[Congressional Record Index (1985)]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]



SIMON, PAUL (a Senator from Illinois)

  Addresses
      Budget Impact on Children: Marian W. Edelman, 9941-
        9943 [30AP]
      Computer and the Smokestack Industry--Partners in Progress: 
        William D. Swanson, 9180-9182 [24AP]
      Fact of Poverty Today-A Challenge for the Church: Joseph 
        Bernardin, 3211-3214 [22FE]
      Foreign Language Study: George Ryan, 682-684 
        [21JA]
      Greece's Foreign Policy: George Papoulias, 5867-
        5869 [20MR]
      Human Rights in Guatemala: by, 30084 [31OC]
      ------Senator Harkin, 30084 [31OC]
      Illiteracy and Education: John Brademas, 27303-
        27306 [10OC]
      Joint Ventures for Peace: J. William Fulbright, 13657 
        [23MY]
      Making of a Profession: Albert Shanker, 22449-
        22455 [1AU]
      Minority Access to Higher Education: Timothy J. Healy, 
        1260 [29JA]
      National Council of Educational Opportunity Associations: by, 
        25061-25062 [26SE]
      Progress or Surrender--What's Next in Trade?: President, 
        Caterpillar Tractor Co., 1068-1069 [24JA]
      Role of Advice and Consent in Constitution Interpretation: 
        Senator Biden, 36919-36922 [17DE]
      Second Language Is a First Step on the Journey Toward Peace and 
        Justice: William J. Byron, 17073 [25JN]
      Selecting Judges: Abner J. Mikva, 22443-22446 
        [1AU]
      Strategic Defense Initiative: Townsend Hoopes, 37719-
        37722 [18DE]
      Vocational Rehabilitation: Representative Williams, 
        36294 [12DE]
  Amendments offered by, to
      African Famine Relief and Recovery Act: enact (S. 457), 3816 
        [27FE]
      Agriculture, Food, Trade, and Conservation Act: enact (S. 1714), 
        29189 [25OC], 29511-29514 [29OC], 29757 [30OC], 33044, 33045 
        [20NO], 33127, 33128, 33137 [21NO], 33291, 33411, 33417 [22NO]
      Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 465), 35082, 35105, 35106, 
        35107 [6DE], 35357, 35412 [9DE]
      ------making supplemental (H.R. 2577), 16660, 16726 [20JN]
      Budget: setting forth congressional for fiscal 1986-88, and 
        revising for fiscal 1985 (S. Con. Res. 32), 10156 [1MY], 
        11032-11038 [8MY], 11547 [9MY]
      ------setting forth congressional for fiscal 1986-88, and 
        revising for fiscal 1985 (S. Con. Res. 32), provide for 
        reconciliation (S. 1730), 28440 [22OC], 29029-29032 [24OC], 
        31332 [12NO], 31736, 31774 [13NO]
      Civil Rights Remedies Equalization Act: enact (S. 1579), 26374 
        [7OC]
      Clean Water Act: amend (S. 1128), 15723 [13JN]
      Compact of Free Association: approve (S.J. Res. 77), 25635-
        25638, 25641-25645 [2OC]
      CPSC Authorization Act: enact (S. 1077), 20329, 20358 [24JY]
      Dept. of Agriculture, rural development, and related agencies: 
        making appropriations (H.R. 3037), 27559 [15OC]
      Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 3038), 27970 [17OC]
      Dept. of State, USIA, Board for International Broadcasting, and 
        National Endowment for Democracy: authorizing appropriations 
        (S. 1003), 14756 [6JN], 15027 [10JN]
      Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and 
        related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 2965), 29020, 
        29021 [24OC]
      Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: 
        making appropriations (H.R. 3424), 28202 [21OC]
      Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2959), 
        22155, 22421 [1AU]
      Handicapped Children's Protection Act: enact (S. 415), 21459 
        [30JY]
      Immigration Reform and Control Act: enact (S. 1200), 23325, 
        23341 [11SE], 23640 [12SE], 23783 [13SE], 23814, 23817, 23834, 
        23852, 23853 [16SE], 23963 [17SE], 24084, 24114 [18SE]
      International Security and Development Cooperation Act: 
        authorizing appropriations (S. 960), 12166 [15MY]
      National Defense Authorization Act: enact (S. 1160), 12890, 
        12954-12959, 12963 [21MY], 13268 [22MY], 13557, 13558, 13640-
        13642, 13649 [23MY], 13821 [24MY], 13902 [3JN], 14099, 14131 
        [4JN]
      Sub-Saharan Africa: international disaster assistance (S. 457), 
        3816 [27FE]
      Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact (H.R. 1562), 
        31765-31770 [13NO]
  Analyses
      Institutional Aid Act: enact (S. 1328), 16278-
        16280 [19JN]
      Uniformed Services Retirement Act (S. 1150), 12309 [16MY]
  Articles and editorials
      Air Safety Demands FAA Act, Not React, Springfield (IL) State 
        Journal Register, 36917 [17DE]
      Americans Adrift, Quad City (IL) Times, 16805 [21JN]
      America's Plunge Into the Debt Abyss, Lester Thurow, New York 
        (NY) Times, 26913 [9OC]
      Amusement Parks, St. Louis (MO) Dispatch (excerpt), 20359 [24JY]
      Amusement Parks, Wall Street Journal (excerpt), 20359 [24JY]
      Amusement Rides Are Out of Control, Nancy H. Steorts, 20359 
        [24JY]
      Art of Good Teaching, J.M. Sachs, Chicago (IL) Tribune, 
        33151 [21NO]
      Athens Protests Spying, Washington (DC) Post, 30324 
        [1NO]
      Atrocities Committed by Contras in Nicaragua, New York (NY) 
        Times (excerpt), 8829 [23AP]
      Author and the Airheads, Chicago (IL) Tribune, 29759 
        [30OC]
      Best Fringe Benefit in Town--The New 401-K Plan, Barbara G. 
        Quint, USAir (publication), 33147 [21NO]
      Budget Balancing Act, by, 29760 [30OC]
      Budget Irresolution, New York (NY) Times, 23066 [9SE]
      Buried Talents? Randy Nunnellee, Christianity and Crisis 
        (publication), 5258 [14MR]
      Bush's Mission, Daily Telegraph of London (United Kingdom), 
        21475 [30JY]
      Challenging Youth, Matthew Cossolotto, Christian Science 
        Monitor, 25197 [26SE]
      Cigarette Tax Cut Threat to Teens, Carbondale (IL) Southern 
        Illinoisan, 27301 [10OC]
      Civil Rights as PR Rites for the Right, Tom Pugh, National 
        Catholic Reporter (publication), 26915 [9OC]
      College on the Rebound, Naomi Barnett, Cleveland (OH) Plain 
        Dealer, 9486 [25AP]
      Contributions of Asian-Americans, Marguerite Michaels, Parade 
        (magazine), 16801 [21JN]
      Country Has Its Own Cancer, David Broder, 22443 [1AU]
      Deadly Decision Soon Takes Hold, by, 25651 [2OC]
      Debunking Teen Pregnancy Myths, Marian Wright Edelman, 
        21481 [30JY]
      Digging for Oil at the Stock Exchange, by, 26914 [9OC]
      Disarming Lack of Candor, Robert G. Kaiser, Washington (DC) 
        Post, 5326 [18MR]
      Dwindling College Aid Has Narrowed World for Neediest Students, 
        Jane B. Quinn, Washington (DC) Post, 9172 [24AP]
      Easy Answers That Court Disaster, by, 32155 [14NO]
      Exploding Myths, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 23646 [12SE]
      Family's Home Drops in on Coal Mine, UPI, 22441 [1AU]
      Fear of Reprisal, American Legion (magazine), 24001 
        [17SE]
      Federal Budget Deficit, Hobart Rowen, Washington (DC) Post 
        (excerpt), 24906 [25SE]
      Fired Controller Talks Safety, Lloyd Martinez, Chicago (IL) 
        Tribune, 36917 [17DE]
      Fiscal Disorder, James J. Kilpatrick, Washington (DC) Post, 
        34072 [4DE]
      For Black Colleges, Christopher F. Edley, Sr., Washington (DC) 
        Post, 34077 [4DE]
      Force a Balanced Budget, Sparta (IL) News Plaindealer, 
        31783 [13NO]
      Foreign Students Must Pay the Freight, Edward B. Fiske, New York 
        (NY) Times, 20516 [25JY]
      Fresh Thinking and the Illinois Economy, by, 22448 [1AU]
      Gorbachev Warms Up to More Talks, Representative Rostenkowski, 
        Chicago (IL) Sun-Times, 9934 [30AP]
      Government Needs To Listen, by, 19375 [17JY]
      Greece Charges Three as Spies After U.S. Tip, Washington (DC) 
        Post, 30323 [1NO]
      Help Our First Atomic Victims, Mary McGrory, 32084 [14NO]
      Hickey Retires, Paul Beaver, Lincoln Newsletter, 6968 
        [1AP]
      Hitler, South Africa and ``The Thin Veneer,'' by, 23069 
        [9SE]
      Huck Finn is Dead, Long Live Year-Round School, Denis P. Doyle 
        and Chester E. Finn, Jr., Washington (DC) Post, 276 [3JA]
      Huge U.S. Budget Deficits Aren't Going to Disappear, John O. 
        Wilson, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 16740 [20JN]
      If More Inmates Could Read . . ., Sandra Crockett, Chicago (IL) 
        Defender, 35297 [9DE]
      Illinoisian Who Made a Difference--Henry T. Rainey: by, 
        23069 [9SE]
      Illness Spurs Panic Bouts for Victims, Bill Bishop, Eugene (OR) 
        Register-Guard, 22447 [1AU]
      Importance of Separating Church From State, by, 20521 
        [25JY]
      In the Midwest's Quad Cities, Cheap Imports Are Bane of Local 
        Farming, Art Pine, Wall Street Journal, 3224 [22FE]
      Interview With Pham Van Dong--``The Door is Open. Why Don't You 
        Come In?'' Time (magazine), 34023 [3DE]
      Israeli Medical Adviser Is Radio Envoy to Arabs, Thomas L. 
        Friedman, New York (NY) Times, 24001 [17SE]
      It Was Wrong To Duck the World Court, Richard N. Gardner, Wall 
        Street Journal, 5332 [18MR]
      Latin American Caper, Leon Lederman, 34021 [3DE]
      Lessons in a Rescue at Sea, by, 19377 [17JY]
      Liberals' Economic Agenda Drowning in Reagan's Sea of Red Ink, 
        Bill Neikirk, Chicago (IL) Tribune, 27712 [16OC]
      Making the Midway Safe, St. Louis (MO) Post-Dispatch, 
        16804 [21JN]
      Missed Opportunity in Arms Control, Charles H. Percy, Christian 
        Science Monitor, 29759 [30OC]
      Moscow's Lumumba University Is a Success in Recruiting Students 
        From Third World, Richard Owen, Chronicle of Higher Education 
        (publication), 5337 [18MR]
      National Service for Jobless Youth, Franklin Thomas, New York 
        (NY) Times, 20334 [24JY]
      New Toys Relatively Safe, Again, Leah Y. Latimer, Washington 
        (DC) Post, 38484 [19DE]
      North Korea's Wind of Change, Parris H. Chang, Newsweek 
        (magazine), 21479 [30JY]
      November Summit--A Preview, by, 28107 [18OC]
      Pat Harris--A Friendship, 7421 [3AP]
      Patricia Roberts Harris, Washington (DC) Post, 7420 
        [3AP]
      Play It Smart With Mexico, Cathryn Thorup, New York (NY) Times, 
        26919 [9OC]
      Preserving the Professoriate, Steve Sanders, Chicago (IL) 
        Tribune, 14208 [4JN]
      Reagan's World Court Error, by, New York (NY) Times, 28900 
        [24OC]
      Reagan's World Court Walkout Decision Leaves U.S. Congress 
        Without Means of Appeal, Robert F. Drinan, National Catholic 
        Reporter (publication), 31776 [13NO]
      Real Life Imitates TV Violence, by, 19373 [17JY]
      Reason for Despair Among Young Indians, Springfield (IL) State 
        Journal-Register, 29761 [30OC]
      Remembering Adlai 20 Years Later, by, 22449 [1AU]
      Rich--Deficits Redistribute Our Money Upwards, Peoria (IL) 
        Journal Star, 30317 [1NO]
      Ride Inspection Bill Could Limit Terror, Bloomington (IL) 
        Pantagraph, 16731 [20JN]
      Rip Van Winkle--2010, Paul S. Anderson, Christian Science 
        Monitor (publication), 25173-25175 [26SE]
      Sanctions Are Our Best Weapon, Nadine B. Hack, USA Today 
        (publication), 29043 [24OC]
      Simon Discloses Finances for 30th Year as a Public Official, 
        13673 [23MY]
      Small-Town Story: by, 24955 [25SE]
      Soft-Spoken Amendment, Chicago (IL) Tribune, 28109 
        [18OC]
      Sorrows of Armenia, New York (NY) Times, 29762 [30OC]
      Soviet Trade--An Important Issue, by, 7669 [4AP]
      Spring of 1945, Harle Montgomery, U.N. Association (folder), 
        34022 [3DE]
      Study Abroad--We Still Have a Lot To Learn, Charles H. Percy, 
        Christian Science Monitor, 38776 [20DE]
      Talk About Gall--Now Meese Wants Us To Pay His Huge Legal Bills, 
        Bill Rentschler, Lake County (IL) News/Voice, 1990 
        [6FE]
      Tarring With the Brush of Cultural Bias, by, 30597 [5NO]
      Teaching Basic Skills to College Students, Nancy Rabianski-
        Carriuolo, Chronicle of Higher Education (publication), 
        9485 [25AP]
      Televise the Senate, by, White Hall-Greene Prairie (IL) Press, 
        14209 [4JN]
      Thought Police at the Border, Stephen Chapman, Chicago (IL) 
        Tribune, 11572 [9MY]
      Time for Truth--Taxes Must Rise, Kevin Phillips, Los Angeles 
        (CA) Times, 23067 [9SE]
      Time To Forgive Air Controllers, by, 28113 [18OC]
      Time To Reform Congressional Pay, by, 13664 [23MY]
      Trade Policy Is Overdue, R.C. Longworth, Chicago (IL) Tribune, 
        29042 [24OC]
      Trade War Threat, Washington (DC) Post (excerpt), 17072 
        [25JN]
      Treating Puerto Rico Equally, by, 17071 [25JN]
      Trouble With Wrestling, Robert E. Gould, New York (NY) Times, 
        33574 [23NO]
      U.S. Investigates Abortion Practice in China Before Funding U.N. 
        Population Program, David K. Willis, Christian Science 
        Monitor, 5335 [18MR]
      U.S. Needs to Return to New Deal Principles to End Economic 
        Injustice, Lester C. Thurow, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 
        5480 [19MR]
      U.S. Rates ``F'' in Literacy, by, 14206 [4JN]
      U.S.-Soviet Relations (sundry), 8381 [18AP]
      Undisciplined Social Science, Ernest R. House, 16742 
        [20JN]
      United Nations at Middle Age: by, 31782 [13NO]
      University Students Starts Hunger Strike for a Sick Soviet 
        Friend, Neal Gendler, Minneapolis (MN) Star and Tribune, 
        38777 [20DE]
      Urgency of a Halt in Nuclear Testing, Senator Pell, Christian 
        Science Monitor, 33573 [23NO]
      Vanishing Dream of the American Farm: by, 23068 [9SE]
      Warning Flags Go Up, Los Angeles (CA) Times, 17075 
        [25JN]
      What the President Left Out, New York (NY) Times, 31786 [13NO]
      Who Decides Who ``Doesn't Belong'' in College? Bob Anderson, 
        Washington (DC) Post, 9172 [24AP]
      Worst Enemy, Tom Wicker, New York (NY) Times, 30322 
        [1NO]
      Year We Hid Our Religion, Pat Arnow, Liberty (magazine), 
        21477 [30JY]
      Yes, Tonya Lynne, There Really Is a Santa Claus in August! Joe 
        B. Bryant, Carlyle (IL) Union Banner, 24789 [24SE], 
        24959 [25SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
      Amusement Park Safety Act: enact (see S. 702), 5816 [20MR]
      Federal Railroad Employee Safety and Health Act: enact (see S. 
        1611), 23045 [9SE]
      Foreign Language Assistance for National Security Act: enact 
        (see S. 1631), 23620 [12SE]
      Foreign relations: support of Congress relative to U.S.-U.S.S.R. 
        reciprocal television agreement (see S. Con. Res. 74), 25172 
        [26SE]
      Higher Education Act: amend (see S. 1328), 16255 [19JN]
      Institutional Aid Act: enact (see S. 1328), 16255 [19JN]
      Music in Our Schools Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 170), 19970 
        [23JY]
      National High-Tech Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 165), 19323 
        [17JY]
      National Social Studies Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 232), 
        30702 [6NO]
      Nuclear weapons: mutual moratorium with the Soviet Union on 
        testing and deployment of certain missiles (see S. Con. Res. 
        29), 5309 [18MR]
      Poland: sense of Congress relative to human rights (see S. Con. 
        Res. 72), 24939 [25SE]
      Polish American Heritage Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 146), 
        15929 [17JN]
      Popieluszko, Jerzy: authorize presentation of gold medal to 
        parents (see S. 1707), 25171 [26SE]
      Securities Exchange Act: amend relative to corporate takeovers 
        (see S. 1850), 31757 [13NO]
      Shriver, Sargent: presentation of specially struck medal (see S. 
        1756), 27264 [10OC]
      Social Security: prohibition of benefit payments relative to 
        individuals deported from U.S. because of Nazi government 
        association during World War II (see S. 1930), 36270 [12DE]
      ------treatment of adopted children in determining benefits (see 
        S. 1351), 17039 [25JN]
      Soviet trade agreement: sense of the Senate (see S. Res. 103), 
        5818 [20MR]
      Soviet Union: establish student exchange for peace program (see 
        S. Con. Res. 81), 28578 [23OC]
      ------mutual moratorium with the U.S. on testing and deployment 
        of nuclear missiles (see S. Con. Res. 29), 5309 [18MR]
      U.S.-U.S.S.R. Geneva Conference: invite citizens to light lights 
        from dusk to dawn during summit proceedings (see S. Con. Res. 
        88), 32127 [14NO]
      Uniformed Services Retirement Act: enact (see S. 1150), 12307 
        [16MY]
      Veterans: benefits relative to atomic testing (see S. 707), 5817 
        [20MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by, as cosponsor
      Aeronautics: Federal air traffic control system (see S. Res. 
        276), 36860 [17DE]
      Afghanistan: condemn Soviet Union for occupation (see S. Res. 
        34), 2506 [19FE]
      ------deny most-favored-nation trading status (see S. 925), 
        25857 [3OC]
      Afghanistan Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 91), 5817 [20MR]
      African Famine Relief and Recovery Act: enact (see S. 370), 1510 
        [31JA]
      Aged: establish program of home and community-based services 
        (see S. 1181), 28096 [18OC]
      Agriculture: limit to national median household income amount of 
        off-farm income which can be sheltered by farm losses (see S. 
        244), 28436 [22OC]
      Airports: provide for efficient and equitable use of operating 
        rights at congested (see S. 1966), 36860 [17DE]
      Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration: research 
        grants (see S.J. Res. 89), 5817 [20MR]
      Aleutian and Pribilof Islands Restitution Act: enact (see S. 
        1053), 10336 [2MY]
      Alternate Strategic Defense Initiative Authorization Act: enact 
        (see S. 879), 7819 [15AP]
      American Business Women's Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 196), 
        26778 [8OC]
      American Defense Education Act: enact (see S. 177), 42 [3JA]
      American Liver Foundation National Liver Awareness Month: 
        designate (see S.J. Res. 202), 30583 [5NO]
      Anne Frank Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 142), 14856 [7JN]
      Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (see S. 635), 5320 [18MR]
      Antisatellite weapons: moratorium on testing (see S. 885), 9677 
        [29AP]
      Arab-Israeli conflict: assure Israel's security and oppose 
        advanced arms sales to Jordan (see S. Res. 177), 14157 [4JN]
      Armed Forces: allow servicemen to sue U.S. for medical damages 
        (see S. 489), 35930 [11DE]
      Arms control: support President's no-undercut policy with the 
        Soviet Union (see S. Con. Res. 25), 12659 [20MY]
      Asylum: establish special panel on (see S. Res. 267), 35093 
        [6DE]
      Bankruptcy: appoint U.S. trustees to supervise administration of 
        cases in judicial districts throughout the U.S. (see S. 1961), 
        36860 [17DE]
      ------prevent discharge of administratively ordered support 
        obligations (see S. 1889), 33673 [2DE]
      Better Hearing and Speech Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 93), 
        12161 [15MY]
      Birth control: extend title X of Public Health Service Act (see 
        S. 881), 7342 [3AP]
      Black Lung Benefits Act: employ additional administrative law 
        judges to hear claim cases (see S. 1217), 13581 [23MY]
      Black Lung Benefits Amendments Act: enact (see S. 1504), 20478 
        [25JY]
      Boy Scouts of America: anniversary (see S.J. Res. 90), 6230 
        [26MR]
      Centennial Year of Liberty in the United States: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 209), 26374 [7OC]
      Centennial Year of the Gasoline Powered Automobile: designate 
        (see S.J. Res. 231), 36912 [17DE]
      Central Midwest interstate low-level radioactive waste compact: 
        grant consent of Congress (see S. 802), 6691 [28MR]
      Chemical weapons: bilateral discussions with Soviet Union to ban 
        (see S. Res. 112), 6691 [28MR]
      Chile: expressing support for National Accord for the Transition 
        to Full Democracy (see S. Con. Res. 68), 25187 [26SE]
      Civil Rights Remedies Equalization Act: enact (see S. 1579), 
        25634 [2OC]
      Civil Rights Restoration Act: enact (see S. 431), 2110 [7FE]
      Clean Campaign Act: enact (see S. 1310), 15929 [17JN]
      Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians: 
        carry out recommendations relative to incarceration in 
        detention camps of Americans and resident aliens of Japanese 
        ancestry (see S. 1053), 10336 [2MY]
      Commission to Monitor and Evaluate Elections in the Philippines: 
        establish (see S. 1843), 31764 [13NO]
      Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and 
        Liability Act: establish certain requirements relative to 
        hazardous substances released from Federal facilities (see S. 
        517), 3757 [27FE]
      Conrail Public Sale Act: enact (see S. 1361), 17332 [26JN]
      Corp. for Public Broadcasting: authorizing appropriations (see 
        S. 1084), 19820 [19JY]
      Costa Rica: support neutrality (see S. Con. Res. 39), 30055 
        [31OC]
      Courts: provide for additional bankruptcy judges (see S. 1923), 
        36912 [17DE]
      Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War 1861-65: recognize 
        (see S. 987), 12659 [20MY]
      Dept. of Justice: antitrust enforcement (see S. Con. Res. 56), 
        19111 [16JY]
      Doubek, Robert W.: award special Congressional Gold Medal (see 
        S. 865), 16975 [24JN]
      Dropout Prevention and Reentry Act: enact (see S. 1525), 32359 
        [19NO]
      Education: authorize national higher education and economic 
        development program (see S. 1924), 35928 [11DE]
      ------gifted and talented children (see S. 452), 28096 [18OC]
      ------opposing reductions in programs (see S. Res. 62), 3041 
        [21FE]
      ------provide grants to local agencies for dropout prevention 
        demonstration projects (see S. 1525), 32359 [19NO]
      ------reauthorize international programs (see S. 1926), 35928 
        [11DE]
      ------strengthen community service-learning program (see S. 
        1925), 35928 [11DE]
      Education of the Deaf Act: enact (see S. 1874), 33116 [21NO]
      El Salvador: require GAO to investigate and report on condition 
        of displaced Salvadorans (see S. 377), 2505 [19FE]
      Elections: broadcasting of certain material relative to 
        candidates for Federal office (see S. 1310), 15929 [17JN]
      Emergency African Famine Relief Act: enact (see S. 423), 3040 
        [21FE]
      Employee Educational Assistance Act: enact (see S. 558), 6229 
        [26MR]
      Equal Access to Justice Act: enact (see S. 1487), 20316 [24JY]
      Eugene Ormandy Appreciation Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 174), 
        23636 [12SE]
      Executive departments: awards of fees for certain court 
        proceedings (see S. 1487), 20316 [24JY]
      Extending Manufacturing Clause of Copyright Act: enact (see S. 
        1938), 36419 [13DE]
      Fair Housing Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 79), 5856 [20MR]
      Fair Labor Standards Act: amend relative to State and local 
        governments (see S. 1570), 27559 [15OC]
      Fairness for Adopting Families Act: enact (see S. 856), 7341 
        [3AP]
      Family Reunion Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 33), 15722 [13JN]
      Farm Emergency Credit Act: enact (see S. 458, 776), 2475 [19FE], 
        6690 [28MR]
      Federal employees: legal protection for whistleblowers (see S. 
        341), 1509 [31JA]
      ------limit employment of former Government contractors (see S. 
        490), 3025 [21FE]
      ------prohibit acquisitions officers from accepting compensation 
        from contractors (see S. 385), 1768 [5FE]
      Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act: amend relative to orphan 
        drug provisions (see S. 1147), 12135 [15MY]
      Federal Laboratory Technology Utilization Act: enact (see S. 
        65), 5458 [19MR]
      Federal Supplemental Compensation Act: extend (see S. 509), 3610 
        [26FE]
      Federal Technology Transfer Act: enact (see S. 1914), 37668 
        [18DE]
      Flowers: designate rose as national floral emblem (see S.J. Res. 
        159), 20328 [24JY]
      Foreign language and international education and exchange 
        programs: support Federal (see S. Con. Res. 35), 6692 [28MR]
      Foreign trade: establish joint commission to resolve economic 
        disputes between U.S. and Canada (see S. 1576), 34454 [5DE]
      Germany, Federal Republic of: reassess President Reagan's trip 
        itinerary (see S. Res. 143), 9605 [26AP]
      Gershwin, George: present special gold medal to Francis Gershwin 
        Godowsky (see S.J. Res. 176), 21752 [31JY]
      Gershwin, Ira: present special gold medal to Leonore Gershwin 
        (see S.J. Res. 176), 21752 [31JY]
      Goldwater, Margaret (Peggy): condolences on death (see S. Res. 
        273), 36271 [12DE]
      Great Lakes: urge Federal agencies to plan and execute efficient 
        cooperation and technical assistance to States to mitigate 
        consequences of high water levels (see S. Res. 206), 21409 
        [30JY]
      Handicapped Children's Protection Act: enact (see S. 415), 1932 
        [6FE]
      Handicapped Parking Act: enact (see S. 1936), 36271 [12DE]
      Hands Across America Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 246), 36271 
        [12DE]
      Health: joint U.S.-U.S.S.R. effort to achieve worldwide disease 
        immunization (see S. Res. 227), 30584 [5NO]
      ------universal vaccination access to eradicate childhood 
        diseases (see S. Con. Res. 78), 27264 [10OC]
      Health facilities: violence against (see S. Res. 212), 22415 
        [1AU]
      Health Professions Training Assistance Act: enact (see S. 1283), 
        16976 [24JN]
      Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        125), 15129 [11JN]
      Helsinki Human Rights Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 15), 43 
        [3JA]
      Hemochromatosis Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 178), 
        30421 [4NO]
      Hennepin Canal National Heritage Corridor Act: enact (see S. 
        977), 8932 [23AP]
      Higher Education Act: reauthorizing and revising (see S. 1965), 
        36860 [17DE]
      Home Audio Recording Act: enact (see S. 1739), 26366 [7OC]
      Homeless: establish national endowment (see S. 739), 6171 [26MR]
      Homeless Housing Assistance Act: enact (see S. 394), 1932 [6FE]
      Housing and Community Development Act: amend (see S. 1133), 
        26374 [7OC]
      Ignacy Jan Paderewski Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 203), 29019 
        [24OC]
      Illinois: bi-State development agency confer certain additional 
        powers to (see S.J. Res. 127), 9917 [30AP]
      ------provide additional bankruptcy judgeship for central 
        district (see S. 738), 6171 [26MR]
      Immigration and Nationality Act: amend (see S. 825), 11535 [9MY]
      ------amend to increase immigrant quota for colonies and 
        dependent areas (see S. 737), 6171 [26MR]
      Improved Standards for Laboratory Animals Act: enact (see S. 
        1233), 23060 [9SE]
      International Court of Justice: proposed U.S. withdrawal from 
        jurisdiction (see S. Con. Res. 77), 28581 [23OC]
      International Space Year: relative to (see S.J. Res. 177), 25634 
        [2OC]
      Interstate Cost Estimate Act: enact (see S. 299), 1213 [29JA]
      Ireland, Northern: appoint Special Envoy (see S. Con. Res. 4), 
        3433 [25FE]
      Jacob K. Javits Senate Fellowship Program: cooperation (see S. 
        Res. 197), 17634 [27JN]
      Japan: reduce trade deficit with U.S. (see S. Con. Res. 15), 
        2722 [20FE]
      Jewish Heritage Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 17), 1251 [29JA]
      Jordan: prohibit sales of certain advanced weapons (see S.J. 
        Res. 223, 228), 28372 [23OC], 28417 [22OC], 29003 [24OC]
      Kim Dae Jung: restore civil and political rights (see S. Con. 
        Res. 100), 38580 [19DE]
      Korea, Republic of: institute true democracy (see S. Con. Res. 
        100), 38580 [19DE]
      Korean War Veterans Memorial Act: enact (see S. 1223), 25186 
        [26SE]
      Learning Disabilities Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        191), 22267 [1AU]
      Manufacture and Public Distribution of Certain Copyrighted 
        Material Act: enact (see S. 1822), 30300 [1NO]
      Marriage: shared Social Security benefit protection (see S. 3), 
        19357 [17JY]
      Medicare: commend for success in protecting older persons 
        against high cost of health care (see S. Con. Res. 9), 1769 
        [5FE]
      ------extend prospective payment transition period (see S. 
        1127), 11832 [14MY]
      ------occupational therapy services (see S. 723), 5817 [20MR]
      Mengele, Josef: bring Nazi doctor to justice (see S. Con. Res. 
        14), 3433 [25FE]
      Mental Illness Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 67), 
        5242 [14MR]
      Mexico: assistance to earthquake victims (see S. 1682), 24941 
        [25SE]
      MIA's in Southeast Asia: sense of the Congress (see S. Con. Res. 
        46), 14417 [5JN]
      Missing Children Location Act: enact (see S. 1195), 13233 [22MY]
      Missouri: bi-State development agency confer certain additional 
        powers to (see S.J. Res. 127), 9917 [30AP]
      NASA: cooperative Mars exploration (see S.J. Res. 46), 1932 
        [6FE]
      ------relative to cooperative Mars exploration (see S.J. Res. 
        18), 654 [21JA]
      National Air Traffic Control Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 188), 
        30311 [1NO]
      National Alzheimer's Disease Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        65), 3757 [27FE]
      National Arbor Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 122), 15129 [11JN]
      National Assessment of Education Progress: extend to improve 
        Assessment Policy Committee (see S. 1381), 17633 [27JN]
      National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 83), 7937 [16AP]
      National Atomic Veterans' Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 163), 
        19011 [15JY]
      National Autism Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 230), 30577 [5NO]
      National Black (Afro-American) History Month: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 74), 24660 [23SE]
      National Blood Pressure Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 130), 
        29019 [24OC]
      National Buy American Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 194), 24110 
        [18SE]
      National Camp Fire Organization: recognizing 75 years of service 
        (see S. Con. Res. 69), 36912 [17DE]
      National Child Abuse Prevention Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        56), 6958 [1AP]
      National Children's Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 34), 23851 
        [16SE]
      National Coal Imports Reporting Act: enact (see S. 1248), 14740 
        [6JN]
      National Commission on Illiteracy: establish (see S.J. Res. 
        102), 10549 [6MY]
      National Commission on Neurofibromatosis: establish (see S. 
        231), 1250 [29JA]
      National Commission To Prevent Infant Mortality: establish (see 
        S. 1209), 26244 [4OC]
      National Community College Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 158), 
        23242 [10SE]
      National Council on Access to Health Care Act: enact (see S. 
        1620), 23229 [10SE]
      National Day of Fasting To Raise Funds To Combat Hunger: 
        designate (see S.J. Res. 218), 27264 [10OC]
      National Day of Peace: designate (see S.J. Res. 124), 15358 
        [12JN]
      National Day of Remembrance of Man's Inhumanity to Man: 
        designate (see S.J. Res. 101), 8596 [22AP]
      National Dental Hygiene Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 149), 
        23994 [17SE]
      National Disability in Entertainment Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 86), 6809 [28MR]
      National Disabled Veterans Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 160), 
        18859 [11JY]
      National Elks Veterans Rememberance Month: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 199), 30583 [5NO]
      National Emergency Medical Air Transport Week: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 217), 30421 [4NO]
      National Energy Education Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 205), 
        31764 [13NO]
      National Foster Grandparents Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        92), 12334 [16MY]
      National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act: extend 
        authorizations of appropriations (see S. 1264), 14846 [7JN]
      National Garden Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 136), 14856 [7JN]
      National Health Service Corps: amend provisions of the Public 
        Health Service Act relative to (see S. 1285), 16976 [24JN]
      National Hemophilia Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 150), 23636 
        [12SE]
      National Historically Black Colleges Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 186), 22267 [1AU]
      National Humanities Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 219), 29753 
        [30OC]
      National Independent Retail Grocer Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 28), 998 [24JA]
      National Individual Training Account Act: enact (see S. 934), 
        8126 [17AP]
      National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin 
        Diseases Act: enact (see S. 425), 2506 [19FE]
      National Jaycee Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 213), 30583 [5NO]
      National Make-A-Wish Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 24), 6809 
        [28MR]
      National Mass Transportation Act: enact (see S. 1359), 17039 
        [25JN]
      National Mental Retardation Awareness Month: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 22), 737 [22JA]
      National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 236), 35406 [9DE]
      National Organ Donation Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        35), 3622 [26FE]
      National Osteopathic Medicine Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        88), 8595 [22AP]
      National Osteoporosis Awareness Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        61), 3146 [22FE]
      National Philanthropy Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 207), 26245 
        [4OC]
      National POW/MIA Recognition Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 220), 
        33406 [22NO]
      National Productivity Improvement Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        229), 30708 [6NO]
      National Safety in the Workplace Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 
        134), 16976 [24JN]
      National School Library Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 52), 
        2476 [19FE]
      National School-Age Child Care Awareness Week: designate (see 
        S.J. Res. 181), 29019 [24OC]
      National Security and Trade Act: enact (see S. 1679), 36912 
        [17DE]
      National Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Week: designate 
        (see S.J. Res. 4), 1052 [24JA]
      National Spina Bifida Month: designate (see S.J. Res. 111), 
        15722 [13JN]
      National Temporary Services Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 195), 
        25386 [1OC]
      National Theatre Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 247), 36271 
        [12DE]
      National Tourism Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 141), 32139 
        [14NO]
      National Women Veterans Recognition Week: designate (see S.J. 
        Res. 47), 5320 [18MR]
      National Year of Thanksgiving: designate (see S.J. Res. 254), 
        38579 [19DE]
      Natural gas: pipelines should transport in nondiscriminatory 
        manner (see S. Res. 265), 34438 [5DE]
      Nuclear weapons: mutual and verifiable moratorium and reduction 
        (see S.J. Res. 1), 3433 [25FE]
      Nuclear winter: U.S.-Soviet study (see S. Con. Res. 36), 7820 
        [15AP]
      Nutrition: encourage health promotion and desease prevention 
        through implementation of national monitoring system (see S. 
        1569), 27281 [10OC]
      ------reduce vitamin A deficiency (see S. 1451), 24380 [19SE]
      Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention: 
        disapprove freeze on funds (see S. Res. 278), 37638 [18DE]
      Oil Heat Centennial Year: designate (see S.J. Res. 115), 16722 
        [20JN]
      Older Americans Act: anniversary (see S. Con. Res. 47), 10833 
        [7MY]
      101st Airborne Division: condolences for aircraft disaster in 
        Gander, Newfoundland (see S. Res. 274), 36419 [13DE]
      Organ Transplant Contributions Act: enact (see S. 205), 6807 
        [28MR]
      Orlov, Yuri: appeal for release from Soviet prison (see S.J. 
        Res. 166), 20965 [29JY]
      Peace Corps: anniversary (see S.J. Res. 152), 23994 [17SE]
      Pearl Harbor Survivors Association: incorporate (see S. 84), 
        12334 [16MY]
      Performing Arts Labor Relations Amendments: enact (see S. 670), 
        17372 [26JN]
      Poland: Soviet human rights violations (see S. Con. Res. 76), 
        27282 [10OC]
      Postal Service: rural mail carriers relief (see S. 855), 13817 
        [24MY]
      Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill Persons Act: enact (see 
        S. 974), 12951 [21MY]
      Public Health Service Act: amend relative to nurse education 
        (see S. 1284), 16976 [24JN]
      ------revise and extend provisions relative to primary care (see 
        S. 1282), 16976 [24JN]
      REA: anniversary (see S. Res. 148), 12952 [21MY]
      Religious property: vandalism (see S. 207), 1797 [5FE]
      Renewable Energy and Conservation Transition Act: enact (see S. 
        1220), 33406 [22NO]
      Retail Competition Enforcement Act: enact (see S. 1445), 19111 
        [16JY]
      Robert A. Taft Institute Assistance Act: extend authorization 
        (see S. 434), 2110 [7FE]
      SBA: authorizing appropriations (see S. 408), 2505 [19FE]
      School Excellence and Reform Act: enact (see S. 1666), 24360 
        [19SE]
      Scruggs, Jan: award special Congressional Gold Medal (see S. 
        865), 16975 [24JN]
      Sec. of Veterans' Affairs: establish (see S. 657), 16975 [24JN]
      Securities Safety and Soundness Act: enact (see S. 975), 8932 
        [23AP]
      Senate: recess appointments (see S. Res. 213), 22415 [1AU]
      ------regulations for radio and television coverage of 
        proceedings (see S. Res. 81), 17373 [26JN]
      Senatorial Election Campaign Act: enact (see S. 1787), 29002 
        [24OC]
      Sesquicentennial Year of the National Library of Medicine: 
        designate (see S.J. Res. 198), 32360 [19NO]
      Social Security: medicare reimbursement for services of 
        registered nurse anesthetists (see S. 1154), 12659 [20MY]
      ------provide medicaid coverage for certain low income pregnant 
        women (see S. 7), 6228 [26MR]
      Social Security Administration: closing and downgrading of 
        certain offices (see S. Res. 174), 15723 [13JN]
      Society of Real Estate Appraisers: anniversary (see S. Con. Res. 
        51), 18381 [10JY]
      Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry: express Senate support (see 
        S. Res. 152), 10092 [1MY]
      Soviet Jews: appeal for release (see S.J. Res. 161), 19605 
        [18JY]
      Soviet Union: bilateral discussions to ban chemical weapons (see 
        S. Res. 112), 6691 [28MR]
      Space Exploration Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 154), 19123 
        [16JY]
      Sports: provide stable relationships among communities and 
        professional teams and leagues (see S. 259), 737 [22JA]
      Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.: grant charter 
        (see S. 487), 5242 [14MR]
      Steel Import Stabilization Act: amend (see S. 11), 1051 [24JA]
      Student financial assistance: improve collection system (see S. 
        491), 6229 [26MR]
      Taxation: deduction for charitable contributions by nonitemizers 
        (see S. 361), 14184 [4JN]
      ------deduction for expenses incurred in connection with 
        adoption of a child (see S. 856), 7341 [3AP]
      ------exclusion from income of lodging at educational 
        institutions (see S. 784), 6690 [28MR]
      ------extend deduction for expenses incurred in connection with 
        the elimination of architectural and transportation barriers 
        (see S. 887), 10363 [2MY]
      ------provide for 6-month extension of certain temporary 
        provisions relative to Internal Revenue Code (see S. 1912), 
        35387 [9DE]
      ------purchase of television closed captioning equipment for 
        hearing impaired individuals (see S. 1355), 28436 [22OC]
      Telecommunications for the Disabled Act: amend (see S. 402), 
        6808 [28MR]
      Telephones: provide equipment for service to certain disabled 
        persons (see S. 402), 6808 [28MR]
      Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act: enact (see S. 680), 
        6808 [28MR]
      Trade Emergency and Export Promotion Act: enact (see S. 1449), 
        19322 [17JY]
      Trade Policy Act: enact (see S. 1837), 31134 [7NO]
      U.S. Trustee Act: enact (see S. 1961), 36860 [17DE]
      Urban Development Action Grant Program: improve selection system 
        (see S. 1133), 26374 [7OC]
      VA: establish as executive department (see S. 657), 16975 [24JN]
      ------make certain improvements in health care programs (see S. 
        6), 10154 [1MY]
      VA Adjudication Procedure and Judicial Review Act: enact (see S. 
        367), 2505 [19FE]
      Veterans: eliminate provision establishing 10-year delimiting 
        period for educational assistance under the Veterans 
        Educational Assistance Program (see S. 964), 28201 [21OC]
      ------memorial to women (see S.J. Res. 156), 18350 [10JY]
      ------taxation of compensation (see S. Con. Res. 20), 10864 
        [7MY]
      ------tribute to World War II (see S. Res. 154), 10448 [3MY]
      Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc.: grant charter (see S. 8), 
        6957 [1AP]
      Visa requirements: provide waiver in cases of nonimmigrant 
        tourists from certain countries (see S. 825), 11535 [9MY]
      Wheeler, John P., III: award special Congressional Gold Medal 
        (see S. 865), 16975 [24JN]
      White House Conference on Library and Information Services: 
        convene (see S.J. Res. 112), 24660 [23SE]
      Women: amend Constitution relative to equal rights (see S.J. 
        Res. 10), 1574 [31JA]
      ------memorial for veterans (see S.J. Res. 156), 18350 [10JY]
      World Food Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 72), 4456 [5MR]
      World Health Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 50, 226), 4493 [5MR], 
        29753 [30OC]
      World Health Week: designate (see S.J. Res. 50, 226), 4493 
        [5MR], 29753 [30OC]
      World War I Veterans' Service Pension Act: enact (see S. 295), 
        3433 [25FE]
      Year of the Flag: designate (see S.J. Res. 242), 34438 [5DE]
      Year of the Teacher: designate (see S.J. Res. 48), 2111 [7FE]
  Bills and resolutions relative to
      Committee on Rules and Administration: appointment (see S. Res. 
        87), 4433 [5MR]
  Biographies
      Bardeen, John, 32872 [20NO]
  Certificates of election
      Senate: James R. Thompson, Governor of Illinois, 4 [3JA]
  Cloture motions
      Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 1460), conference report, 23033 
        [9SE]
      ------enact (H.R. 1460), motion to proceed to consideration of 
        conference report, 23226 [10SE], 23299 [11SE], 23581 [12SE]
      Compact of Free Association: approve (S.J. Res. 77), 25625 [2OC]
      Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 372), motion to 
        recommit, 26326 [6OC]
  Comments
      Changing views about foreign relations in Kansas City, Eugene P. 
        Trani, 38775 [20DE]
  Court decisions
      New York Gaslight Club v. Carey (attorney's fees): Supreme Court 
        (sundry excerpts), 21392 [30JY]
  Documents
      Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (excerpt), 31778 [13NO]
  Essays
      Powers and Limitations of Congress (sundry excerpts), 23924 
        [17SE]
  Factsheets
      Is It True What They Say About Social Security? Open Letter to 
        Young Workers, Elizabeth Wickenden, 38778-
        38780 [20DE]
  Financial statements
      Personal, 13674 [23MY]
  Interviews
      Cut the number of weapons systems: Senator Nunn, with U.S. News 
        & World Report, 1815 [5FE]
      U.S.-U.S.S.R. relations: with Mikhail Gorbachev, Time 
        (magazine), 25394-25399 [1OC]
  Letters
      Abduction of Benjamin M. Weir in Lebanon: Benjamin M. Weir, 
        10924 [8MY]
      Aid to higher education (sundry), 16282, 16283 
        [19JN]
      Carl D. Perkins' 36 years in Congress in support of education: 
        Representative William Ford, 9176 [24AP]
      Escalating telecommunications rates on library services: by, 
        7400 [3AP]
      Farming: Steven D. Brokaw, 6962 [1AP]
      Foreign language study: Amy Heinz (excerpt), 30602 [5NO]
      Funding for housing programs for the aged: Agnes Doherty, 
        7426 [3AP]
      Greece's Foreign Policy: Rusen E. Unaydun, 5869 [20MR]
      Ideas of youth on sacrifice, hunger, and peace: sundry, 
        7940 [16AP]
      Journey for Peace: by, 2756 [20FE]
      Jung, Kim Dae: Campaign to Assure a Safe Return for Kim Dae 
        Jung, 1060 [24JA]
      Members of Congress visiting Nicaragua and other countries: 
        George P. Shultz, Sec. of State, 8840 [23AP]
      Model post language program for two Embassies abroad: William C. 
        Harrop, 23624 [12SE]
      Model post language program for two embassies abroad: William C. 
        Harrop, 23624 [12SE]
      Student loan collections: Ray A. Neff, 23645 [12SE]
      U.S. hostages in Lebanon (sundry excerpts), 32368 [19NO]
      Vietnamese refugees: T.J. Cutler, 10158 [1MY]
  Lists
      Lutheran Church bishops, 6965 [1AP]
      Major accidents that have occurred in the last 4 years in 
        permanent amusement parks, 20360 [24JY]
      Outstanding signers of the petition relative to the Scientists 
        Campaign Against Star Wars, 32872 [20NO]
      Support for Kim Dae Jung's return to South Korea: sundry co-
        signers of appeal, 1060-1061 [24JA]
  Oaths of office
      Senate, 5 [3JA]
  Remarks by, on
      Abortion: U.S. policy relative to population control assistance, 
        5335 [18MR]
      Adoption: George Clements' One Church, One Child Program in 
        Chicago, IL, 20332 [24JY]
      Aeronautics: additional air traffic controllers, 28113 
        [18OC]
      ------Federal air traffic control system (S. Res. 276), 36916, 
        36917 [17DE]
      Aged: funding for housing programs, 7426 [3AP]
      Agriculture: farm crisis, 2440 [19FE], 2766, 2767 [20FE], 2998 
        [21FE], 3118 [22FE], 6961 [1AP], 23068 [9SE]
      ------freeze crop year 1986 target price levels for wheat, feed 
        grains, cotton, and rice, 33371 [22NO]
      ------reinstate farmer-owned grain reserve, 32741 [20NO]
      ------restore producer reserve program for wheat and feed 
        grains, 33291, 33293 [22NO]
      Agriculture, Food, Trade, and Conservation Act: enact (S. 1714), 
        29474 [29OC], 32741, 33044, 33045, 33075 [20NO], 33291, 33293, 
        33371 [22NO]
      Agriculture Food, Trade, and Conservation Act: enact (S. 616), 
        14660 [6JN]
      Algeria: tribute, 3638 [26FE]
      Aliens: do not deny visas because of political views, 23817-
        23820 [16SE]
      ------establish legalization program with a January 1, 1981, 
        cutoff date, to be implemented as employer sanctions are 
        implemented, 23725 [13SE]
      ------reimburse States for cost of incarcerating 5,000 illegal, 
        and Marielito criminals, 23833 [16SE]
      ------require Attorney General to conduct study of use of phone 
        verification system for determining employment eligibility of 
        job applications, 23743 [13SE]
      American Defense Education Act: enact (S. 177), 276 [3JA]
      American Education Week: observance, 33151 [21NO]
      Amtrak: importance to State of Illinois, 7419 [3AP]
      Amusement Park Safety Act: enact (S. 702), 5821 [20MR]
      Amusement parks: ride inspection laws, 16731 [20JN], 
        16804 [21JN]
      ------safety, 20358-20360, 20363-20366 [24JY]
      Anderson, Terry: kidnapping in Lebanon, 10924 [8MY]
      ------U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 [25JY]
      Anti-Apartheid Act: enact (H.R. 1460), conference report, 23029 
        [9SE]
      Anti-Apartheid Action Act: enact (S. 995), 19592 [18JY]
      Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: Reagan administration 
        interpretation, 31778 [13NO]
      Antiballistic Missile Treaty: U.S. responsibility for 
        compliance, 14134 [4JN]
      Antisemitism: hate groups, 24501 [20SE]
      Appropriations: continuing (H.J. Res. 465), 35058, 35059, 35082 
        [6DE], 35350, 35357, 35358 [9DE], 35488 [10DE]
      ------making supplemental (H.R. 2577), 16637, 16660-16662, 
        16665, 16691 [20JN]
      Arab Americans: prejudice, 30597 [5NO]
      Armenians: Turkish persecution, 29762 [30OC]
      Arms control: Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty interpretation, 
        31778 [13NO]
      ------improve verification technology, 13558, 13559 [23MY]
      ------relative to lighting of porchlights and candles during 
        U.S.-U.S.S.R. Geneva summit, 32139 [14NO]
      ------report on comprehensive nuclear test ban, 22155 [1AU]
      ------strategic defense initiative, 32870 [20NO]
      ------U.S.-U.S.S.R. Geneva conference, 31275 [12NO]
      ------U.S.-U.S.S.R. negotiations, 29759 [30OC]
      Asian-Americans: contributions, 16801 [21JN]
      Aspartame: require quantity labeling in soft drinks, 10800 [7MY]
      Atomic Veterans Relief Act: enact (S. 707), 36454 [13DE]
      Atomic weapons: loan restrictions on North American countries 
        which allow port access to certain Soviet naval vessels, 
        23811-23813 [16SE]
      Austria: observance of national day, 29193 [25OC]
      Baltic Freedom Day: designate (S.J. Res. 66), 10465 [3MY]
      Bennett, William J.: nomination, 1907 [6FE]
      Bilingual education: problems and successes, 30711 [6NO]
      Blacks: adoption problems, 20332 [24JY]
      ------aid to colleges and universities, 34076 [4DE]
      Bombers: B-1B bombers and Advanced Technology Bomber, 13477 
        [23MY]
      Brock, William E., III: nomination, 9596 [26AP]
      Buckley, William: U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 [25JY]
      Buckley, William F.: kidnapping in Lebanon, 10924 [8MY]
      Budget: balance, 25648 [2OC]
      ------changes in spending and revenue provisions (H.R. 3128), 
        conference report, 38510 [19DE]
      ------constitutional amendment on a balanced (S.J. Res. 225), 
        34072 [4DE], 34992, 34993 [6DE]
      ------deficit, 16740 [20JN], 17072 [25JN], 
        23066, 23067 [9SE], 24789 [24SE], 
        24959 [25SE], 29760 [30OC], 32155 
        [14NO]
      ------eliminate deficit, 26914 [9OC]
      ------impact on children, 9941 [30AP]
      ------programs for the poor, 6965 [1AP]
      ------setting forth congressional for fiscal 1986-88, and 
        revising for fiscal 1985 (S. Con. Res. 32), 10057 [1MY], 
        10311, 10328 [2MY], 10425 [3MY]
      ------setting forth congressional for fiscal 1986-88, and 
        revising for fiscal 1985 (S. Con. Res. 32), provide for 
        reconciliation (S. 1730), 28411 [22OC], 31284 [12NO], 31736, 
        31737 [13NO]
      Budget deficit: redistribution of wealth, 30317 [1NO]
      Catarama, Dorel: release from Romanian prison, 26788 
        [8OC]
      Central America: restrict use of U.S. military, 14699 [6JN]
      Central interstate low-level radioactive waste compact: grant 
        consent (S. 655), 33859 [3DE]
      Chicago (IL) tunnel and reservoir project: lift 20% cap on use 
        Governor may make of discretionary fund, 15619 [13JN]
      Children: budget impact, 9941 [30AP]
      Cigarettes: increase tax by 4 cents, 28411 [22OC]
      ------tax, 25651 [2OC]
      Civil Rights Restoration Act: enact (S. 431), 2158 [7FE]
      Clean Water Act: amend (S. 1128), 15619 [13JN]
      Clements, George: One Church, One Child Adoption Program, 
        20332 [24JY]
      Coal: tax to cover public and private loss caused by subsidence, 
        22441 [1AU]
      Commission To Award Compensation to Persons Damaged as a Result 
        of Nuclear Testing: establish, 32082, 32088 [14NO]
      Compact of Free Association with Micronesia: approve (S.J. Res. 
        77), 32082, 32088, 32097 [14NO]
      Compact of Free Association with the Marshall Islands: approve 
        (S.J. Res. 77), 32082, 32088 [14NO], 36300 [12DE]
      ------approve (S.J. Res. 77), constitutionality of compensation 
        of citizens for damages suffered as result of U.S. nuclear 
        testing, 32097 [14NO]
      Computers: merging with the smokestack industry, 9180 
        [24AP]
      Congressional Call to Conscience for Soviet Jewry: observance, 
        7665 [4AP], 19372 [17JY]
      Congressional Record: clarification, 4514 [5MR]
      Constitution: anniversary, 23924 [17SE]
      ------role of advice and consent in interpretation, 
        36919 [17DE]
      Convention II: anniversary, 10159 [1MY]
      Corcoran, Tom: nomination, 15690 [13JN]
      CPSC Authorization Act: enact (S. 1077), 20358-20360, 20363-
        20366 [24JY]
      Crawford, John D.: nomination, 13579 [23MY]
      Crime and criminals: inmate illiteracy, 35297 [9DE]
      Cyprus: congratulating on anniversary of independence (S. Res. 
        68), 25409 [1OC]
      ------resolution of conflict, 5867 [20MR]
      Dept. of Defense: limit growth in fiscal 1986 budget authority 
        to an inflation adjustment, 10311 [2MY]
      ------necessity of peace conversion, 23070 [9SE]
      Dept. of HUD: rejection of urban-development grant for Chicago, 
        IL, 1901 [6FE]
      Dept. of HUD and independent agencies: across-the-board budget 
        cut, 27936 [17OC]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3038), 27936, 27974 [17OC]
      Dept. of State, USIA, Board for International Broadcasting, and 
        National Endowment for Democracy: authorizing appropriations 
        (S. 1003), 14699 [6JN], 14987 [10JN]
      Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3011), 30033 [31OC]
      Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3244), 28553 [23OC]
      Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and 
        related agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 2965), 28899, 
        28900, 28903, 28905 [24OC]
      Developing countries: scholarships for students, 5336 
        [18MR]
      Drugs: illegal use, 13661 [23MY]
      East Side Bank & Trust, Chicago IL: tribute, 6973 [1AP]
      Edley, Christopher F.: views on financial assistance to black 
        colleges and universities, 34076 [4DE]
      Education: development of skills, 9485 [25AP]
      ------foreign language study, 30602 [5NO]
      ------illiteracy, 27303 [10OC]
      ------illiteracy rate, 14206 [4JN]
      ------language study, 17073 [25JN]
      ------minority access, 1259 [29JA]
      ------Reagan administration policy on student aid, 9172 
        [24AP]
      ------scholarships for certain foreign students, 5336 
        [18MR]
      Education of the Handicapped Act: strengthen provisions relative 
        to fees and expenses in civil actions for education of 
        children, 21392 [30JY]
      Elkay Manufacturing Co.: anniversary, 3053 [21FE]
      Employment: guaranteed job opportunity, 5480 [19MR]
      Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 2959), 
        22155 [1AU]
      Energy Security Reserve: rescind funds, 30033 [31OC]
      English: programs to teach, 25408 [1OC]
      English language: U.S. policy, 23614 [12SE]
      Epstein, Joseph: nomination, 3338 [23FE]
      Estonian Independence Day: anniversary, 3466 [25FE]
      Ethanol: implement 60-cent per gallon tariff on imported, 23749 
        [13SE]
      Fairness for Adopting Families Act: enact (S. 856), 7351 
        [3AP]
      Federal Election Campaign Act: political action committee 
        contribution limits, 33859 [3DE]
      Federal employees: legal protection for whistleblowers (S. 341), 
        1589 [31JA]
      ------protection of whistleblowers, 24001 [17SE]
      Federal Railroad Employees Safety and Health Act: enact (S. 
        1611), 23046 [9SE]
      Federal Supplemental Compensation Program: phase out (H.R. 
        1866), 7329 [3AP]
      Fire prevention: National Concrete Masonry Association's safety 
        campaign, 27715 [16OC]
      Food for Peace Program: transfer funds from military assistance, 
        12046 [15MY]
      Food stamp plan: exempt needs-based allowances and payments from 
        requirement that job training benefits be considered income, 
        31737 [13NO]
      Foreign exchange: intervention, 12039 [15MY]
      Foreign Language Assistance for National Security Act: enact (S. 
        1631), 23621 [12SE]
      Foreign relations: support of Congress relative to U.S.-U.S.S.R. 
        reciprocal television agreement (S. Con. Res. 74), 
        25188 [26SE]
      ------U.S. withdrawal from World Court jurisdiction, 
        31776 [13NO]
      Foreign students: scholarships, 20516 [25JY]
      Foreign trade: deficit, 24906 [25SE]
      ------Reagan administration policy, 29042 [24OC]
      ------U.S.-Canada trade relations, 36291 [12DE]
      ------value of U.S. dollar, 3223 [22FE]
      Freedom of speech: allow, 11572 [9MY]
      Fulbright, J. William: recipient of Altschul Award, 
        13657 [23MY]
      Germany, Federal Republic of: reassess President Reagan's trip 
        itinerary (S. Res. 143), 9584 [26AP]
      Gorbachev, Mikhail: views on U.S.-U.S.S.R. relations, 
        25394 [1OC]
      Greece: antiterrorist actions, 30323 [1NO]
      ------relations with U.S., 5867 [20MR]
      Guatemala: conference on human rights, 30083 [31OC]
      ------human rights violations against Apoyo Mutuo Human Rights 
        Group, 20344 [24JY]
      ------prohibit furnishing of any lethal commodity or equipment, 
        35358 [9DE]
      Handicapped: funding for housing programs, 7426 [3AP]
      Handicapped Children's Protection Act: enact (S. 415), 21392 
        [30JY]
      Health: National Institute of Mental Health research, 
        22447 [1AU]
      ------universal vaccination access to eradicate childhood 
        diseases (S. Con. Res. 78), 27282 [10OC]
      Helsinki Accords: human rights, 23804 [16SE]
      Helsinki accords: human rights, 23804 [16SE]
      Higher Education Act: amend (S. 1328), 16272 [19JN], 
        34076 [4DE]
      ------reauthorization, 14208 [4JN]
      ------reauthorizing and revising (S. 1965), 36885 [17DE]
      Hillis, Margaret: nomination, 3338 [23FE]
      Hiroshima Remembrance Day: observance, 22076 [1AU]
      Holocaust: anniversary, 9138 [24AP]
      Holocaust Remembrance Day: observance, 8386 [18AP]
      Home Audio Recording Act: enact (S. 1739), 26369 [7OC]
      Homeless Housing Assistance Act: enact (S. 394), 1936 
        [6FE]
      Housing: funding for programs for the elderly and handicapped, 
        7426 [3AP]
      Humphrey, Hubert H.: dedication of bust, 17604 [27JN]
      Illinois: provide additional bankruptcy judgeship for central 
        district (S. 738), 6142 [26MR]
      ------wisdom of ideas of youth, 7939 [16AP]
      Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor: funding, 
        35058 [6DE]
      Illiteracy: U.S. rate, 16805 [21JN]
      Immigration: exclusionary language to deal with certain 
        undesirable aliens, 23963 [17SE]
      Immigration Reform and Control Act: enact (S. 1200), 23322, 
        23325, 23326 [11SE], 23590, 23600, 23614 [12SE], 23725, 23743, 
        23746, 23749 [13SE], 23811-23814, 23816-23820, 23828, 23833, 
        23834, 23840 [16SE], 23963 [17SE], 24084, 24091 [18SE]
      ------President has authority to postpone effective date of any 
        portion or all portions by 90 days, 23814, 23816, 23834 [16SE]
      Indians: social conditions, 29761 [30OC]
      Institute of Museum Services: reauthorizing, 25814 [3OC]
      Institutional Aid Act: enact (S. 1328), 16272 [19JN], 
        34076 [4DE]
      International Security and Development Cooperation Act: 
        authorizing appropriations (S. 960), 12039, 12046 [15MY]
      International trade: deficits, 1068 [24JA]
      ------innovative thinking, 22448 [1AU]
      Jacobsen, David: U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 [25JY]
      Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis, MO: funding, 
        35059 [6DE]
      Jenco, Lawrence M.: kidnapping in Lebanon, 10924 [8MY]
      ------U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 [25JY]
      Jews: Nazi persecution, 23069 [9SE]
      ------Soviet persecution, 1585 [31JA], 7665 
        [4AP]
      Johnson, Gordon: efforts in placing for adoption certain black 
        children, 20332 [24JY]
      Jordan: economic assistance, 16691 [20JN]
      Judges: selection, 22443 [1AU]
      Jung, Kim Dae: return to South Korea, 1060 [24JA]
      Kilburn, Peter: kidnapping in Lebanon, 10924 [8MY]
      ------U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 [25JY]
      Kilpatrick, James J.: views on budget deficit, 34072 [4DE]
      Korea, Democratic People's Republic of: U.S. policy, 
        21479 [30JY]
      Korea, Republic of: return of Kim Dae Jung, 1060 [24JA]
      Kozinski, Alex: nomination, 30681 [6NO]
      Language and languages: encourage foreign study, 682 
        [21JA]
      Latin America: foreign relations, 34021 [3DE]
      Lebanon: 7 U.S. hostages, 20519 [25JY]
      ------U.S. captives, 8380 [18AP]
      ------U.S. hostages, 10924 [8MY], 32368 [19NO]
      Lithuanian Independence Day: anniversary, 2511 [19FE]
      LSC: nominations, 15293 [12JN]
      ------transfer funds to agricultural programs, 10425 [3MY]
      March of Dimes: salute to babies, 5481 [19MR]
      Mauritania: U.S. policy, 22458 [1AU]
      Medicare: anniversary, 21364 [30JY]
      ------delay coverage of current State and local employees, 28411 
        [22OC]
      Medvid, Miroslav: attempted defection of Soviet sailor, 30268 
        [1NO]
      Meese, Edwin, III: nomination, 1990 [6FE], 2765-2768 
        [20FE], 2997, 2998 [21FE], 3118 [22FE]
      Members of Congress: pay, 13663 [23MY]
      Mexico: President of U.S. has authority to postpone effective 
        date of Immigration Reform and Control Act, after consulting 
        with President, 23814, 23816, 23834 [16SE]
      ------Soviet influence, 23811-23813 [16SE]
      Military assistance: reduce funds and transfer funds to Food for 
        Peace Program, 12046 [15MY]
      Mills, Richard: nomination, 19813 [19JY]
      Monroe Doctrine: national policy of U.S., 23811-23813 [16SE]
      Mowat, Farley: visa for Canadian author, 29759 [30OC]
      Music in Our Schools Month: designate (S.J. Res. 170), 
        19973 [23JY]
      MX missile: deployment, 13477 [23MY]
      MX missiles: procurement funds (S.J. Res. 71), 5306 [18MR]
      National Coal Imports Reporting Act: enact (S. 1248), 14661 
        [6JN]
      National Concrete Masonry Association: fire prevention campaign, 
        27715 [16OC]
      National Council on Access to Health Care Act: enact (S. 1620), 
        23239 [10SE]
      National Day of Remembrance of Man's Inhumanity to Man: 
        designate (S.J. Res. 101), 8957 [23AP]
      National Defense Authorization Act: enact (S. 1160), 12896 
        [21MY], 13477, 13558, 13559 [23MY], 13920-13922 [3JN], 14134 
        [4JN]
      National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act: extend 
        authorizations of appropriations (S. 1264), 25814 [3OC]
      National High-Tech Month: designate (S.J. Res. 165), 
        19356 [17JY]
      National Social Studies Week: designate (S.J. Res. 232), 
        30706 [6NO], 32268 [18NO]
      National Union for the Total Independence of Angola: provide 
        assistance, 35488 [10DE]
      NATO: impact of proposed ceiling on Dept. of Defense budget, 
        10311 [2MY]
      Nazi Germany: anniversary of victory over, 2755 [20FE]
      Nicaragua: foreign relations, 30322 [1NO]
      ------funding for Contras (S.J. Res. 106), 8828-8831, 8834, 8839 
        [23AP]
      ------U.S. withdrawal from World Court jurisdiction, 
        31776 [13NO]
      Nondefense discretionary programs: budget proposals, 10057 [1MY]
      North America: do not extend loans to any countries which allow 
        access to its ports to any nuclear weapons delivery-capable 
        Soviet naval vessels, 23811-23813 [16SE]
      Nuclear weapons: resume negotiations with Soviet Union for a 
        verifiable comprehensive test ban treaty (S.J. Res. 179), 
        21349, 21353 [30JY]
      ------Senator Pell's article on testing, 33572 [23NO]
      ------strategic defense initiative, 22442 [1AU]
      ------U.S. and Soviet Union should jointly study the 
        consequences of nuclear winter, 14987 [10JN]
      Ovsischer, Lev: Soviet persecution, 7665 [4AP]
      Ozal, Turgut, Prime Minister of Turkey: meeting with Harold 
        Washington, 7656 [4AP]
      Pell, Senator: article on nuclear testing, 33572 [23NO]
      Peoria (IL) Journal-Star: employee stock ownership plan, 
        33147 [21NO]
      Perkins, Carl D.: support of education, 9176 [24AP]
      Petroleum: U.S. dependence on Middle East, 17074 [25JN]
      Poland: sense of Congress relative to human rights (S. Con. Res. 
        72), 24942 [25SE]
      Polish American Heritage Month: designate (H.J. Res. 106), 
        19777 [19JY]
      ------designate (S.J. Res. 146), 15960 [17JN]
      Polish-American Heritage Month: designate (H.J. Res. 106), 
        22475 [1AU]
      Popieluszko, Jerzy: authorize presentation of gold medal to 
        parents (S. 1707), 25173 [26SE]
      Population: U.S. assistance policy to developing countries, 
        5335 [18MR]
      Poverty: welfare programs, 16742 [20JN]
      Power resources: clean coal technology reserve, 31788 
        [13NO]
      Prejudice: growth of hate groups, 24784 [24SE]
      Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill Persons Act: enact (S. 
        974), 22476 [1AU]
      Public debt: increase statutory limit (H.J. Res. 372), 
        conference report, 35873 [11DE]
      Puerto Rico: equal treatment, 17071 [25JN]
      ------nutritional assistance, 33448 [23NO]
      REA: anniversary, 11043 [8MY]
      Religion: separation of Church and State, 20521 [25JY], 
        21477 [30JY]
      Rentschler, Bill: column on nomination of Edwin Meese III, 
        1990 [6FE]
      Retirement: Sec. 401-K plans, 33147 [21NO]
      Rostenkowski, Representative: visit to Soviet Union, 
        9934 [30AP]
      Saccharin Study and Labeling Act: extend (S. 484), 10800 [7MY]
      SALT II Treaty: observance, 36392 [13DE]
      Scanlon, Terrence M.: nomination, 38483, 38484, 38544 [19DE]
      School prayer: separation of Church and State, 20521 
        [25JY]
      Scientists Campaign Against Star Wars: tribute, 32870 [20NO]
      Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program: establish, 23840 [16SE]
      ------reexamination of employer sanctions after 3 years, 24084, 
        24091 [18SE]
      Securities Exchange Act: amend relative to corporate takeovers 
        (S. 1850), 31763 [13NO]
      Securities Safety and Soundness Act: enact (S. 975), 8814 [23AP]
      Senate: legislative program, 14659 [6JN], 22164 [1AU], 36236 
        [12DE]
      ------television coverage, 14209 [4JN]
      Sesser, IL: Jack Phillips' family home is sinking into a coal 
        mine, 22441 [1AU]
      Shipping industry: mean historic port range share, 29474 [29OC]
      Shriver, Sargent: presentation of specially struck medal (S. 
        1756), 27265, 27266 [10OC]
      Smith, Ed: promoter of State legislation authorizing 
        confiscations of automobiles and other vehicles of individuals 
        who carry drugs, 13661 [23MY]
      Social Security: benefits, 19375 [17JY]
      ------cost-of-living adjustments, 10057 [1MY]
      ------investigate ways to reduce counterfeiting of account 
        number cards, 23746 [13SE]
      ------separate trust funds from unified Federal budget, 23828 
        [16SE]
      ------treatment of adopted children in determining benefits (S. 
        1351), 17042 [25JN]
      South Africa: apartheid policy, 23069 [9SE]
      ------condemn violence of apartheid (S.J. Res. 96), 7336 [3AP]
      ------economic sanctions, 23029 [9SE]
      ------U.S. church involvement, 5258 [14MR]
      ------U.S. opposition to apartheid policies (S. 995), 19592 
        [18JY]
      Soviet and Eastern European Research and Training Act: enact, 
        30083 [31OC]
      Soviet Union: agricultural trade agreement (S. Res. 103), 5857 
        [20MR]
      ------aid in sea rescue mission of Jack Hoover, 19377 
        [17JY]
      ------establish student exchange for peace program (S. Con. Res. 
        81), 28582 [23OC]
      ------persecution of Jews, 7665 [4AP]
      ------trade, 7669 [4AP]
      ------U.S. relations, 8381 [18AP]
      ------views of Mikhail Gorbachev on relations with the U.S., 
        25394 [1OC]
      ------violations of human rights, 29193 [25OC]
      Sports: Robert E. Gould's article on wrestling, 33573 
        [23NO]
      Star wars program: strategic defense initiative, 5325 
        [18MR]
      Strategic defense initiative: funding, 13920-13922 [3JN], 14134 
        [4JN]
      ------reaction of Great Britain to Reagan administration policy, 
        21475 [30JY]
      ------Reagan administration policy, 37719 [18DE]
      ------research and development, 32870 [20NO]
      Student loan funds: collections, 23644 [12SE]
      Sutherland, Thomas: U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 
        [25JY]
      Synthetic Fuels Corp.: nominations, 15690 [13JN]
      ------suspension of authority, 30033 [31OC]
      Taxation: budget deficit, 23067 [9SE]
      ------deduction for expenses incurred in connection with 
        adoption of a child (S. 856), 7351 [3AP]
      ------Federal cigarette taxes, 27300 [10OC]
      ------minimum taxes should be imposed on corporations and 
        individuals to be used for individual income tax rate 
        reduction, 10328 [2MY]
      ------simplify imputed interest rules (H.R. 2475), conference 
        report, 25648 [2OC]
      Teacher Day, U.S.A.: observance, 10874 [7MY]
      Teacher Day U.S.A.: observance, 11054 [8MY]
      Teenage pregnancy: myths, 21481 [30JY]
      Television and children: effects of violence, 19373 
        [17JY]
      Terrorism: airline hijacking by Shiite Moslems, 16660, 16665 
        [20JN]
      ------deny visas to those persons practicing, 23817-23820 [16SE]
      ------efforts to prevent hijackings, 16660-16662, 16665 [20JN]
      Turkey: human rights policy, 7656 [4AP]
      ------relations with U.S., 5867 [20MR]
      U.N.: anniversary, 31782 [13NO], 34022 [3DE]
      Unemployment: additional funding for State insurance and 
        employment service operations, 16637 [20JN]
      Uniformed Services Retirement Act: enact, 12896 [21MY]
      ------enact (S. 1150), 12308, 12310 [16MY]
      University of Illinois: National Center for Supercomputing 
        Applications, 22442 [1AU]
      Vietnam: interview with Prime Minister Pham Van Dong, 
        34023 [3DE]
      ------refugees, 10158 [1MY]
      Vocational rehabilitation: speech by Representative Williams, 
        36294 [12DE]
      Voluntary School Prayer Act: enact (S. 47), 23174, 23175, 23197 
        [10SE]
      Weapons: strategic defense initiative, 32870 [20NO]
      Weir, Benjamin: U.S. hostage in Lebanon, 20519 [25JY]
      Weir, Benjamin M.: kidnapping in Lebanon, 10924 [8MY]
      Woods, James N.: nomination, 3338 [23FE]
      World Court: U.S.-Nicaraguan dispute, 5332 [18MR]
      World Food Day: observance, 27714 [16OC]
      Wyman, David: author of ``Abandonment of the Jews'', 
        23069 [9SE]
      Youth: public service, 25197 [26SE]
      ------wisdom of ideas, 7939 [16AP]
      Youth Conservation Corps: create, 20334 [24JY]
  Remarks in Senate relative to
      Tributes, 585 [7JA], 648 [21JA], 14659 [6JN]
  Reports
      Civil Rights Attorney's Fees Act (excerpt), 21393 [30JY]
      Federal Railroad Administration: Committee on Interstate and 
        Foreign Commerce (excerpt), 23047 [9SE]
      Foreign Currency Expenditures, 36511 [16DE]
      Global Competition--The New Reality: President's Commission on 
        Industrial Competitiveness (excerpt), 30711 [6NO]
      Make Something Happen: Paul Yivisaker (excerpt), 30711 
        [6NO]
      National Student Aid Coalition, 1981-85, Frances Keppel, 
        38780 [20DE]
      Operation Crossroads--Personnel Radiation Exposure Estimates 
        Should Be Improved: GAO, 36455 [13DE]
      Soviet and Eastern European Research and Training: National 
        Council for Soviet and East European Research (excerpt), 
        30083 [31OC]
  Reports to constituents
      Credit for Farmers Needed, by, 3215 [22FE]
      Dealing With the Budget Deficit, by, 3216 [22FE]
      Debt-Free Anniversary Reminds Us that Difficult Goals are 
        Attainable, by, 3214 [22FE]
      Is ``Star Wars'' Worth the Cost?, by, 3214 [22FE]
      Learning From History, by, 3214 [22FE]
      Simon Opposes Meese, by, 3215 [22FE]
      U.S. Senate--Let's Debate the Issues, by, 7942 [16AP]
  Resolutions
      Mark DeLay: recognition by Senate on meritorious service in 
        education, 16736 [20JN]
  Resolutions by organizations
      Poor and the national budget: Lutheran bishops, 6965 
        [1AP]
      Urging continuance of Federal operating subsidy for Amtrak: 
        Carbondale, IL, City Council, 7419 [3AP]
  Sketch
      Soviet Union's refusenicks and dissidents (partial), 
        29193 [25OC]
  Statements
      Adopted Children: Mary Lindley, 17042 [25JN]
      Armenian genocide: Henry Morgenthau, Sr., 8957 [23AP]
      Bilingual Education: Concepion Valdez, 30711 [6NO]
      ------William J. Bennett, Sec. of Education, 30711 [6NO]
      Catarama, Dorel: Viorel Catarama, 26788 [8OC]
      Estonian Independence Day: Estonian American National Council, 
        3466 [25FE]
      Freedom of Speech: by, 23819 [16SE]
      Hubert H. Humphrey: Walter F. Mondale, 17604 [27JN]
      Human Rights Policy in Turkey: Harold Washington, 7656 
        [4AP]
      Institutional Aid Act (S. 1328): by, 16280-16282 
        [19JN]
      Marshall Islands: Jeton Anjain, 36300 [12DE]
      Peace Corps: Thanat Khoman (excerpt), 27265 [10OC]
      Scientists Campaign Against Star Wars: John Bardeen, 32871 
        [20NO]
      ------Zellman Warhaft, 32872 [20NO]
      Strategic Defense Initiative: University of Illinois physics 
        faculty and graduate students, 22442 [1AU]
      U.S./Canadian Trade Relations: by, 36291 [12DE]
      World Hunger: Arnold Toynbee (excerpt), 27714 [16OC]
  Studies
      Bracero Agricultural Program: James Mitchell (excerpt), 24085 
        [18SE]
  Summaries
      Federal Railroad Employees Safety and Health Act (S. 1611), 
        23048 [9SE]
      Findings of the 10th Annual Session of Convention II: John 
        Enriquez, 10159 [1MY]
      Scientists Campaign Against Star Wars: John Kogut, 32871 [20NO]
      Uniformed Services Retirement Act (S. 1150), 12309 [16MY]
  Tables
      Attempted hijackings (1970-85), 16661 [20JN]
  Testimonies
      Barriers to Adoption: George Clements, 20332 [24JY]
      ------Gordon Johnson, 20333 [24JY]
      Necessity of Peace Conversion: Theodore Williams, 23070 
        [9SE]
  Texts of
      Balanced budget amendment, 34992 [6DE]
      S. 1150, Uniformed Services Retirement Act, 12311-12316 [16MY]
      S. 1200, Immigration Reform and Control Act, Simon amendment 
        (excerpt), 23819 [16SE]
      S. 1328, Institutional Aid Act, 16273-16278 
        [19JN]
      S. 1631, Foreign Language Assistance for National Security Act, 
        23622-23624 [12SE]
      S. Con. Res. 29, mutual moratorium with the Soviet Union on 
        testing and deployment of certain missiles, 5321 [18MR]
      S. Con. Res. 72, sense of Congress relative to human rights in 
        Poland, 24941 [25SE]
      S. Con. Res. 74, support of Congress relative to U.S.-U.S.S.R. 
        reciprocal television agreement, 25188 [26SE]
      S. Con. Res. 81, establish student exchange for peace program 
        with Soviet Union, 28582 [23OC]
      S. Con. Res. 88, inviting Americans to light porchlights and 
        candles during U.S.-U.S.S.R. Geneva summit, 32139 [14NO]
      S. Res. 103, U.S.-Soviet agricultural trade agreement, 5856 
        [20MR]
      S.J. Res. 66, Baltic Freedom Day, 10466 [3MY]
      S.J. Res. 106, funding for Contras in Nicaragua (excerpt), 8828 
        [23AP]
      S.J. Res. 165, National High-Tech Month, 19356 [17JY]
      S.J. Res. 170, Music in Our Schools Month, 19974 [23JY]
      S.J. Res. 232, National Social Studies Week, 30707 
        [6NO], 32268 [18NO]
  Transcripts
      Hate Groups: 20/20, ABC News, 24784-24786 [24SE]
  Tributes
      DeLay, Mark, 16736 [20JN]
      Foster, Tom, 22447 [1AU]
      Harris, Patricia R., 7420 [3AP]
      Hickey, James T., 6968 [1AP]
      Keppel, Frances, 38780 [20DE]
      Madonia, Judith, 17717 [27JN]
      Molo, Walter J., Jr., 10566 [6MY]
      Nunn, Senator, 1815 [5FE]
      Polowsky, Joe, 2755 [20FE]
      Rainey, Henry T., 23069 [9SE]
      Ricci, Louis, 30323 [1NO]
      Shanker, Albert, 22449 [1AU]
      Simpson, Senator, 14659 [6JN]
      Stevenson, Adlai E., 22449 [1AU]