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Other topics relating to the Charter and to the United Nations Conference
on International Organization:

Page
Objectives of the Charter, address by President Truman, July 2, 1945. 2
Effect of reservations to the Charter, if made by the Senate --- 342-343

Green, Hackworth.
United States Delegation to the United Nations Conference on Inter-
national Organization:
Statement by Mr. Stettinius

208
Basic documents before the United Nations Conference on Interna-
tional Organization:
Statement by Mr. Pasvolsky -

225-226
Procedures of the United Nations Conference on International Or-
ganization:
Statement by Mr. Pasvolsky -

226-227
Role of the Congress in development of the Charter:
Address by President Truman, July 2, 1945-

2
Statement by Mr. Stettinius..

207-208
Public interest in and information about the Conference and the
Charter:
Address by President Truman, July 2, 1945.

2
Statement by Mr. Stettinius.

208
Lists of Members of Congress present at the hearings:
July 9, 1945-

1
July 10, 1945.

280
July 11, 1945.

351
July 12, 1945.

435
July 13, 1945.

399
List of officials accompanying Mr. Stettinius at the hearings, July 9, 1945- 33
List of members of Mr. Pasvolsky's staff present at the hearings, July 10,
1945-

329
List of documents from the United Nations Conference on International
Organization available for the hearings:
Statement by Mr. Stettinius

207
IV. Statements at the hearings by representatives of the public
Adams, Mrs. Marshall...

630
Andrews, Hon. Charles O., Senator from Florida, presenting statement by
Hamilton Holt..

632
Baesler, Mrs. Ruth, League for Political Education from the Henry
George Women's Club of Chicago-

400
Baldwin, Mrs. Catherine P..

367
Barney, Nora Stanton, Committee to Win World Peace Through a People's
Parliament.

441
Bell, Ulric, Americans United for World Organization..

452
Benge, Mrs. L., Mothers of Sons Forum, Cincinnati, Ohio.

570
Broy, Mrs. Cecil, Americans United, Inc....

355
Cafferatta, Mrs. Florence, Catholic Mothers and Daughters of America - 550
Carr, William G., National Education Association; secretary, Educa-
tional Policies Commission..

446
Cherne, Leo M., Americans United for World Organization.

454
Claggett, Mrs. Brice, General Federation of Women's Clubs.

455
Cockrell, Ewing-

456
Colligan, Mrs. George P..

399
Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts,
Sciences, and Professions-

448
Cotton, Rev. J. Paul, Cleveland World Peace Forum.

360
Culbertson, Ely, Fight for Total Peace, Inc.-

415
Danieleon, John

594
Darrin, David, United Nations of Earth Association.

374
DuBois, W. E B..

391
Eichelberger, Clark M., American Association for the United Nations,
Inc..

510

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Flynn, John T.

606
Gerken, Hubert J..

634
Green, Mr. William, American Federation of Labor..

576
Griesel, Mrs. Florence Hoban, Women's League for Political Education,
the Tenth Congressional District, Illinois...

408
Hartley, Livingston, American Association for the United Nations, Wash-
ington, D. C., branch.

514, 528
Jackson, Arthur Charles.

638
Jennings, E. P.

571
Johnson, Mrs. Helene, Citizens' Forum, Third Congressional District, and
Women's League for Political Education.-

429
Johnson, Mrs. Thomasina W., National Nonpartisan Council on Public
Affairs of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority -

465
Johnston, Mrs. Elise French..

370
Keefe, Cecile, Catholic Mothers and Daughters of America.

552
Keefe, Mrs. Grace, Women's League for Political Education.

387
Krimm, Ray, United Nations Council at Philadelphia and Americans
United for World Organization --

432
Libby, Frederick J., National Council for Prevention of War.

394
Lilienthal, Alfred M.

589
Lohle, Irene..

601
Lohle, Mrs. Marie.

604
Michelet, Paul D.

413
Miller, H. Martin, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.

598
Mote, Carl H., National Farmers Guild; America First Party; Nationalist

Veterans of World War II; National Blue Star Mothers of Philadelphia;
Christian Action Committee of Baltimore; Buffalo Economics Club;
United Mothers of Cleveland; Truth and Liberty Committee of Minne-
apolis; American Mothers of Minnesota; Defenders of the Constitution,
Milwaukee; Friends of the Constitution, Dayton; American Youths for
Christ, St. Louis; Youths for Christ Committee, Denver; National
Citizens Committee of Utah, Salt Lake City; California Pastors Com-
mittee; American First Committee, Los Angeles -

580
Mowrer,' Mrs. Lilian T., Women's Action Committee for Victory and
Lasting Peace...

565
Ogg, W. R., presenting statement of Edward A. O'Neal, president, Amer-
ican Farm Bureau Federation...

591
Oliver, Judge L. Stauffer, United Nations Council of Philadelphia-

532
Owen, Hon. Robert I., former Senator from Oklahoma..

534
Reardon, Thomas J., Hartford, Conn.

435
Reid, Helen Dwight, American Association of University Women; Asso-

ciation for Childhood Education; General Federation of Women's Clubs;
Girls' Friendly Society of the U. S. A.; National Board of Young
Women's Christian Association; National Congress of Parents and
Teachers; National Council of Jewish Women; National Education
Association; National Federation of Business and Professional Women's
Clubs, Inc.; National Service Star Legion; National Women's Trade

Union; League of America; United Council of Church Women
Smart, Elizabeth A., the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union.

560
Somers, Mrs. Helen'V.

404
Stephens, Royal C..

411
Strauss, Anna Lord, National League of Women Voters.

418
Thomas, Norman, Socialist Party and the Postwar World Council..

584
Vernon, Mabel, The Peoples Mandate Committee for Inter-American
Peace and Cooperation, Washington, D. C.----

558
Waters, Mrs. Agnes, National Blue Star Mothers of America..

351
Wattley, David

596
Wax, Rabbi James A., Commission on Justice and Peace of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis ..

562
White, Hon. Compton I., Representative of Idaho.

566

V. Statements filed with the committee and messages inserted
in the record

Page Resolution of the Governors' Conference.

655 Statements by or on behalf of organizations.

418-429,

449–451, 473–477, 578, 629, 664–702 Excerpts from recent press comment on the United Nations Charter inserted in the record by the chairman.

656-664 Communications in support of the Charter, inserted in the record by the chairman.

418, 473-510, 578, 689–708 Communications opposing the Charter, inserted in the record by the chairman.

555–558, 629, 709–711 O

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