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SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
UNITED STATES SENATE
PROPOSALS TO AMEND OR OTHERWISE MODIFY EXISTING
INCLUDING THE UNITED NATIONS
MARCH 17, 1955
Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Relations
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
WALTER F. GEORGE, Georgia, Chairman
H. ALEXANDER SMITH, New Jersey JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama
BOURKE B. HICKENLOOPER, Iowa HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota
WILLIAM LANGER, North Dakota MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana
WILLIAM F. KNOWLAND, California ALBEN W. BARKLEY, Kentucky
GEORGE D. AIKEN, Vermont
HOMER E. CAPEHART, Indiana
SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE UNITED NATIONS CHARTER (Created pursuant to S. Res. 126, 83d Cong., as amended by S. Res. 83, 84th Cong., and
continued by S. Res. 193, 83d Cong., and S. Res. 36, 84th Cong.)
WALTER F. GEORGE, Georgia, Chairman SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, Florida 1
ALEXANDER WILEY, Wisconsin JOHN J. SPARKMAN, Alabama
H. ALEXANDER SMITH, New Jersey HUBERT H. HUMPHREY, Minnesota
WILLIAM F. KNOWLAND, California MIKE MANSFIELD, Montana
GEORGE D. AIKEN, Vermont
FRANCIS O. Wilcox, Chief of Staff
1 Appointed by the Vice President to serve with the subcommittee.
To be appointed by the Vice President to serve with the subcommittee. * On loan from the Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress.
Boyte, Mrs. Harry G., League of Women Voters of Georgia ---
Morehouse College, Atlanta --
Deanery, National Council of Catholic Women...
Troth, Anise, president, Georgia Federation of Business & Professional
Tweedle, Charles E., Dry Branch, Ga., United World Federalists of
Warren, J. Ben, Monticello, Ga., member, National Foreign Relations
Commission, American Legion.
REVIEW OF THE UNITED NATIONS CHARTER
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1955
UNITED STATES SENATE,
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS,
Atlanta, Ga. The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:35 a. m., in the United States Courtroom, Old Post Office Building, Atlanta, Ga., Senator Spessard L. Holland presiding.
Present: Senators Holland, Sparkman, and Smith of New Jersey. Senator HOLLAND. I am going to call on Dean Narmore, of Georgia Tech, who has so kindly assisted in arranging this meeting and who will take over the informal handling of the preliminary features of the hearing.
Dean NARMORE. May we all stand. I am going to ask Dr. J. McDowell Richards, president of the Columbia Theological Seminary, to announce the invocation.
(The invocation was delivered.) Dean NARMORE. It is now my pleasure to present His Honor, Mayor William B. Hartsfield, who will welcome the Senators to Atlanta.
WELCOMING REMARKS BY MAYOR HARTSFIELD
Mayor HARTSFIELD. Gentlemen and members of the Subcommittee on Foreign Relations, Senator Holland, Senator Sparkman, Senator Smith, it is my pleasure and privilege to welcome you here to the great city of Atlanta.
We are the great center of transportation, traffic, communications here and I hope that since I am on my home ground I do not offend the patriotism, the local patriotism of any members of the subcomcommittee, but we do in all seriousness think that this was the logical place to have such a hearing.
Then we are honored by the fact that you have come here to seek the views of the people of this great section of the Nation.
I understand, gentlemen, that the chamber of commerce has arranged a little luncheon for you at noon. We hope that your stay here will not only be informative but pleasant as well, and so, gentlemen, I offer you every facility of the city government. Í hope that this hearing will be productive of great good, and that you will manage to enjoy yourselves at the same time.