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1049

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1051

1052

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Date of Issue


Pages


July 6, 1959


1- 40


July 13,1959


41- 72


July 20,1959


73-104


July 27,1959


105-144


Aug. 3,1959


145-188


Aug. 10, 1959


189-224


Aug. 17,1959


225-260


Aug. 24, 1959


261-296


Aug. 31, 1959


297-332


Sept. 7,1959


333-368


Sept. 14, 1959


369-400


Sept. 21, 1959


401-432


Sept. 28, 1959


433-464


Oct. 5, 1959


465-496


Oct. 12,1959


497-528


Oct. 19,1959


529-568


Oct. 26, 1959


569-612


Nov. 2,1959


613-656


Nov. 9,1959


657-700


Nov. 16, 1959


701-736


Nov. 23, 1959


737-776


Nov. 30, 1959


777-816


Dec. 7, 1959


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Dec. 14,1959


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Corrections lor Volume XLI

The Editor of the Btjixetin wishes to call atten-
tion to the following errors in Volume XLI :

August 3, page 179: The Bulletin reference in
the footnote should read "July 20. 1959, p. 9o

September 14, page 371, eighth Ime of italic
paragraph: The date of President Eisenhowers
letter to Mayor Brandt should be -August -8

September 14, page 386, right column, 22d line
of text: The sentence should read, -Likewise, our
Foreign Service posts in the cities of Fort-de-
France and Bridgetown appear in the Forexgn Serv-
ice List as Martinique and Barbados."

September 21, page 403, left column, 12th line of
text- "Programs" should read "problems.

September 21, page 404, right column: The date
of President Eisenhower's letter should be August
o-i ]^959 '*

December 21, pages 914 and 917: Guy Scalabre
also signed for the French Republic.



INDEX

Volume XLI: Numbers 1045-1070, July 6-December 28, 1959



Academy of Sciences, National. See National Academy

of Sciences
Academy of Sciences, Soviet, 200
Access to Berlin. See Berlin situation
Accounting Office, General, report on aid program In

India, statement (Herter), 865
Acheson, Dean, 864
Adair, Charles W., 733, 925
Adenauer, Konrad, 4, 264, 372, 501, 785
Administrative radio conference (ITU), U.S. representa-
tives to, 182
Adriatic-Ballian region, Soviet proposal for atom-free

zone, U.S. rejection, 160
Aerial photographic survey of New Zealand coastline,

agreement with New Zealand for, 925
Afghanistan :
Importation of educational, scientific, and cultural

materials, agreement (1950) on, 07ji
Visit of Assistant Secretary Jones, 679
Visit of President Eisenhower, 742, 934
Africa (see also individual countries) :

African states, independent, conference of, address and

message : Dillon, 264 ; Satterthwaite, 337
Aspirations and problems of, statements, Tour6, 719,
720; text of joint communique (Eisenhower,
Tourg) , 722
DLF loans, 563
Economic commission for, U.N., statement (Meany),

879
European territories in, U.S. views, address (Murphy),

711
Foreign Relations, volume on, published, 68
French Community, political developments in, address

(Eisenhower), 436
Joint U.S. National Academy of Seiences-ICA study of

problems in area south of the Sahara, 634, 691
Progress in and U.S. policy toward, addresses and
statement : Herter, 468 ; Satterthwaite, 335 ; Sears,
808
South-West Africa, question of, texts of statements

(Sears), and General Assembly resolutions, 807
U.N. trust territories, developments in, addresses, let-
ter, resolution, and statements: Eisenhower, 289;
General Assembly resolution, 732; Satterthwaite,
338 ; Sears, 180, 291 ; Wilcox, 446 ; Zablocki, 730, 922
Aging. 1st White House conference on the, address

(Lord), 839
Agricultural Sciences, Inter-American Institute of, pro-
tocol of amendment to 1944 convention on, 293, 365,
461, 491, 608, 772, 924



Agricultural surpluses, U.S., use in overseas programs :
Addresses: Dillon, 706, 856; Paarlberg, 672
Agreements with : Argentina, 34 ; Austria, 142 ; Brazil,
461; China, Republic of, 68; Colombia, 653; Ethi-
opia, 240; Iceland, 849; India, 772, 849, 850, 890;
Indonesia, 68, 697 ; Iran, 34 ; Korea, 142 ; Paliistan,
101, 697, 890; Peru, 609; Poland, 34, 789, 814;
Spain, 294; Thailand, 222; Turl^ey, 258; U.A.R.,
330, 698, 890; Uruguay, 890; Viet-Nam, 850;
Yugoslavia, 222
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act.
See Agricultural Trade Development and Assist-
ance Act
Child feeding program, agreement with Italy, 241, 294
Disposal policy, U.S. delegation report on 15th session

of GATT, 846
Draper Committee proposal re, 209
Emergency relief aid to : Guinea, 22 ; India, 679 ;

Libya, 358 ; Malagasy Republic, 94
Sales for foreign currencies, loans from proceeds, ad-
dresses and statement: Cabot, 755; Dillon, 539,
856; Rubottom, 596
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act
(P.L. 480) :
Addresses : Dillon, 856 ; Paarlberg, 675
Administration of :
Executive order, 54

Views of Department of State on, statement (Mann),
212
Approval of extension of, statement (Eisenhower), 515
Agriculture (see also Agricultural Sciences, Inter-Amer-
ican Institute of ; Agricultural surpluses ; Food and
Agriculture Organization; and Tariff policy):
Agrarian reform, U.S. views on, statement (Hender-
son), 887
Commodity trade problems. See Commodity trade

problems
Exchanges in field of, U.S.-Soviet, 952
GATT Committee II consultations re, 845
Mexico, Rocliefeller Foundation aid to, 882
Polish Minister for, visit to U.S., 555
Soviet 7-year plan for, prospects of, statement (Alien

Dulles), 871
U.S. food-for-peace program, addresses and statement:
Dillon, 857 ; Eisenhower, 515 ; Paarlberg, 672
Aid to foreign countries. See Economic and technical

aid. Military assistance, and Mutual security
Air transport. See Aviation
Aircraft. See Aviation

Airmail, universal postal convention (1957) provisions
re, 849



Index, July to December J 959



967



^Spendence. 47th anniversary of, Department state-
ment, 866
Universal postal convention (1957), 814
Alessandri, Jorge, 907
Algeria :

Rpfueees, U.S. aid, 651

^determination, De Gaulle's plan for, U^S. voews
on, remarks and statements : Eisenhower, 500 , Her-
ter, 500, 503, 578
U.S. position re granting visas to FLN members, stat^
ment (Herter), 865
Aliens, departure for Cuba by, U.S. intensifies enforce-
ment of laws re. Department of Justice announce
ment and statement (Herter), 757
Allen, George V., 67
Allen. Raymond B., 494

AUowances to certain U.S. personnel abroad, Executive
order providing regulations and delegations of au-
thority re, 940 , ^ . _*
Almonds, request for investigation on need for import
quota announcement and letter (Eisenhower), 240
Ambassadorial talks, U.S.-Communist China, address

(Robertson), 9
American Bar Association, 377
American Doctrine, purpose of, address (McClintock),

120 , ^ ,

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Indus-
trial Organizations, position on Berlin, President
Eisenhower's reply to letter concerning, 154

American National Exhibition at Moscow. See Exhibits :
U.S. exhibit at Moscow

American Republics. See Inter-American, Latin Amer-
ica, Organization of American States, Pan American,
and individual countries

American States, 5th Consultation of Ministers of For-
eign Affairs. See under Foreign Ministers of Amer-
ican States
American States, Organization of. See Organization of

American States
Anderson, Andrew W., 383
Anderson, Charles W., Jr., 460
Anderson, Daniel V., 222
Anderson, Robert B., 210, 392, 532, 652, 907
Anglo-American relations, principles of, remarks (Eisen-
hower, Macmillan), 405, 409
Anguilla and St. Christopher Nevis, convention for ex-
change of postal money orders with U.S., 772
Antarctica, peaceful uses of :
Conference to negotiate treaty :

Address (Herter) and delegations, 650

Member of advisory committee to U.S. delegation

named, 771
Text of final act, 912
Treaty :

Current actions, 924

Signing of, announcement and statements (Elsen-
hower, Herter), 911, 912
Text, 914
ANZUS Council, 10th meeting, text of communique, 708
Apartheid, policy in Union of South Africa, U.S. views,
statements : Riegelman, 949 ; Sears, 807



968



Arab-Israeli dispute, statements (Herter), 468, 575, 579,

861
Arab Republic, United. See United Arab Republic
Arab states (see also individual countries) :

Arab development bank, proposed establishment of, 288
Nationalism, development of, article (Newsom), 415
Refugees. See Refugees and displaced persons
U.S. position toward Arab League, address (McClin-
tock), 119 „
Arbitration, Permanent Court of, designation of U.S.

members, 587
Argentina :

Air transport negotiations with U.S., 491

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 623

GATT accession, consideration of, 846

Trade restrictions against dollar imports, relaxation

of, 84, 285
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Agricultural commodities, agreement with U.S., 34
Air Force mission, agreement amending 1956 agree-
ment with U.S., 772
Antarctic treaty, 650, 911, 924
IFC, articles of agreement, 697

Inter-American Development Bank, agreement estab-
lishing, 653
Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance, ob-
ligations under, statement (Herter) , 912
Universal postal convention ( 1957 ) , 183
Wheat agreement (1959), international, with annex,
172, 183, 925
Visit by director of Export-Import Bank, 117
Arias Espinosa, Ricardo, 827

Armaments (see also Arms supply, MissUes, Nuclear
weapons, and Disarmament) :
Arms for forces in Berlin, question of, statement ■

(Herter), 266
Caribbean area, U.S. policy re exports to, 717
Costa Rica, trading of surplus arms for agricultural

equipment, statement (Herter), 783
Federal Republic of Germany, statement (Herter), 579
Latin American limitation of, proposed, U.S. support,

907
Modern weapons for NATO forces in Turkey, U.S.-
Turkish agreement on, 850
NATO. See under North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Reduction and control of :

U.S. position, address (Merchant), 590
Western willingness to negotiate, report (Eisen-
hower), 437
Rockets, U.S. rejection of Soviet proposal to ban In
Balkan-Adriatic region, 160
Armed forces, foreign, in Berlin and Germany :

Force levels for and question of withdrawal of. West-
ern position: statements (Herter), 149, 150. 151,
152, 206, 270, 580 ; text of Western proposal, 153
NATo"'status-of-forces agreement, agreements supple-
menting, 293, 398
Armed forces, U.S.:
Air Force personnel, operation of communications unit

in Pakistan, agreement re, 164
Aircraft, Communist attacks on. See under Aviation

Department of SJafe Bulletin



Armed forces, U.S.^Continued
Germany {nee also Armed forces, foreign), persons on
leave and direct procurement, U.S.-German agree-
ments relating to, 398
Iceland, withdrawal of, statement (Herter), 938
Korea, statement (Lodge), 684
Military bases overseas. See Military bases
Military missions abroad. See Military missions
Sale of excess property on Taiwan, agreement with

Republic of China relating to, 401
Withdrawal from Morocco, discussions on, 723
Arms supply («ee oJ«o Missiles) :
Caribbean area, U.S. policy, 717

NATO defense forces in Turkey, agreement with Tur-
liey re supply of modern weapons to, 850
Armstrong, Robert, 903

Art exhibit in Moscow, U.S., statement (Herter), 112
Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia (see also Far East
and individual countries) :
Collective security In. See ANZUS Council and South-
east Asia Treaty Organization
Communist activities in, remarks and statement:

Fujiyama, Herter, 509 ; Lodge, 282
Conlon report re U.S. policy, statements (Herter), 787,

862
Economic development :
Asian Economic Development, President's Fund for,

205
Colombo Plan, U.S. delegation to 11th meeting, 733
DLF loans, 564

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization contributions.
See Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
Refugees. See Refugees and displaced persons
Visit by Assistant Secretary Jones, 679
Western policy in, remarks (Parsons), 345
Athletes, exchange of, U.S.-Soviet agreement, 956
Atlantic Alliance. See North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion
Atlantic Community. See North Atlantic Treaty Organi-
zation
Atom-free zone in Balkans and Adriatic, U.S. rejection

of Soviet proposal, 160
Atomic energy, mutual defense uses of :
Agreements for cooperation with : Canada, 258 ; France,
222; Germany, Federal Republic of, 258; Greece,
365; Netherland.s, 258; Turkey, 258; U.K., 222
International cooperation under act of 1954 relating
to. Executive order, 554
Atomic energy, nuclear weapons. See Nuclear weapons
Atomic energy, peaceful uses of (see also Atomic Energy
Agency) :
Agreements with : Austria, 221 ; Belgium, 222, 565
Brazil, 142; China, Republic of, 961; France, 222,
526; German.y, Federal Republic of, 222, 526
IAEA, 330; Israel, 398; Italy, 222; Lebanon, 609
Netherlands, 222, 772 ; Panama, 45, 68 ; Peru, 430
Soviet Union, 958 ; Viet-Nam, 101
European Atomic Energy Community, article (Birch),

88, 89
Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission, U.S. dele-
gation to 1st meeting, 695
International cooperation for, statement (Herter), 508
U.S. efforts to support, letter (Eisenhower), 290



Atomic Energy Act (1954), as amended. Executive order

providing for carrying out of certain provisions of,

554

Atomic Energy Agency, International :

Atomic energy, peaceful uses, agreement with U.S., 330

Laboratory, U.S. contribution for construction and

equipment of, 397
3d session of General Conference of :
Statement (Floberg), 642
U.S. delegation, 98, 460, 524
U.N. establishment of, statement (Herter), 508
Atomic Energy Commission, U.S., functions in agreement

with Panama, 45
Atomic Energy Community, European, relationship to

European unity, article (Birch), 88, 89
Auerbach, Prank L., 600
Augsbury, Frank A., Jr., 306
Australia :

ANZUS Council, 10th meeting of, 708

Economy of, role of U.S. investment in, address

(Sebald), 556
Participation in SEATO. See Southeast Asia Treaty

Organization
Trade restrictions against dollar imports, relaxation

of, 84, 284, 285, 286, 844
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Antarctic treaty, 650, 911, 924

Imported aircraft, reciprocal acceptance of certifi-
cates of airworthiness for, agreement with U.S.,
890
International carriage by air, protocol amending
1929 convention for unification of certain rules
relating to, 461
Postal convention (1957), universal, 183
Sugar agreement (1958), international, 734
Telecommunication convention (1954), International,

461
Wheat agreement (1959), international, with annex,

172, 183, 925
WHO, amendments to constitution of, 565
U.S. consular districts, revision of, 67
Austria :
IAEA, proposed laboratory near Vienna, 397
Trade restrictions, liberalization of, 83
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Agricultural commodities, agreement amending 1957

agreement with U.S., 142
Atomic energy, civil uses, agreement with U.S., 221
Importation of educational, scientific, and cultural

materials, agreement (1950) on, 67ft
Postal convention (1957), universal, 183
State treaty, 772

Wheat agreement (1959), international, with annex,
172, 183
Austrian state treaty, 772
Automotive traffic, inter-American, 1944 convention on

regulation of, 961
Aviation :
Aircraft, U.S. claim against U.S.S.R. for destruction
of B-29 over Hokkaido, Japan : submission to ICJ,
122 ; removal from calendar of ICJ, 670
Airport, designation of Dulles International AirjKjrt,
Executive order, 154



Index, July fo December J 959



969



Aviation — Continued

Attack on U.S. Navy patrol craft over Sea of Japan,

tests of UNC protests. 206, 349
Federal Aviation Act (li).o8), extension of application,

announcement and Executive order, 941
Flights to or over Cuba by private aircraft, enforcement

of laws re, announcement, letter, message, and

statements: Department statements, 716, 757;

Herter, 758 ; Justice Department, 757 ; Rubottom,

716
Jet aircraft on fligbts between U.S. and Venezuela,

introduction of, discussions begin with Venezuela,

90G
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Air Force missions agreements. See Military missions
Air services transit, international agreement (1944)

on, 461
Air traffic control, agreement with Germany relating

to, 608
Air transport : Argentina, negotiations for agreement,

491; France, agreement with, 258, 329, 397, 491;

Mexico, agreement with, 142 ; Yugoslavia, termina-
tion of agreement with, 294
Aircraft, convention (1948) on international recog-
nition of rights in, 293, 526
Aircraft, imported, certificates of airworthiness for,

agreement with Australia, 890
Carriage by air, international, protocols amending

convention (1929) for unification of certain rules

relating to, 141, 327, 461
Civil aviation convention (1944), international,

protocol relating to certain amendments to, 293, 608
Flights between U.S.-Soviet Union, agreement relating

to establishment, 957
Aviation Agency, Federal, 758, 941

Baghdad Pact. See Central Treaty Organization
Bahamas Long Range Proving Ground, agreement with
U.K. on administrative matters connected with, 430
Balance-of-payments problems :

Addresses and statements : Anderson, 535 ; Dillon, 703,
741 ; Herter, 820, 824, 866 ; Meany, 884 ; Phillips, 179

GATT consideration of, statement (Beale), 95

IMF decision re, 681

Report to Congress ( Eisenhower) , 83, 85, 86
Balkan-Adriatic region, Soviet proposal for atom-free

zone, U.S. rejection, 160
Ballistic missiles. See Missiles
Barco, James W., 683, 684

Bases, U.S. military, overseas. See Military bases
Bayar, Celal, 932
Beale, W. T. M., 95, 170, 680
Becker, Loftus, 330
Beitzel, George B., 514, 910
Belgium :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 354

Participation in U.S.-Western European discussions re
shipiiing problems, 10

Tariff concessions, renegotiation with U.S., 354, 482, 725

Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Antarctic treaty, 650, 911, 924

970



Belgium — Continued
Treaties, agreements, etc. — Continued

Atomic energy, civil uses of, agreement amending 1955

agreement with U.S., 222, 565
Double taxation on income, conventions with U.S. for

avoidance of, 182, 183, 293
GATT, proc^s-verbal containing schedule to be an-
nexed to new schedule Ill-Brazil, 34
Importation of educational, scientific, and cultural

materials, agreement (1950) on, 67n
NATO status-of-forces agreement, agreements sup-
plementing, 293, 398
Sugar agreement (1958) , international, 734
Wheat agreement (1959), international, with annex,
172, 183
Trust Territory of Ruanda-Urundi, Belgian contribu-
tions for development of, statement (Sears), 180
Visit of Under Secretary Dillon for economic talks, 862
Bentley Bill (H.R. 7006) re issuance of passports, state-
ment (Hanes),323
Berding, Andrew H., addres.ses and remarks:
The Cold War and the Khrushchev Visit, 627
Freedom Day, 78
Introductory remarks at Under Secretary Dillon's

press conference, 547
NATO — Cooperation in Freedom, 825
Reflections on Khrushchev Visit, 544
Reorganization of Bureau of Public Affairs, 184
Berlin :

Developments in. See Berlin situation

Otto Suhr Institute to receive U.S. contribution for

new building, 306
Significance of, relation to a divided Germany, address

(Eleanor Dulles), 794
U.S. Mission, Berlin, designation of assistant chief, 38
Visit of Secretary Herter, proposed, 114
West Berlin :
Broadcasting station in, proposed establishment by
Federal Republic of Germany, statements
(Herter), 782,784
U.K. and U.S. support, 408, 437
Berlin situation (see also Germany: Reunification of):
Addresses : Eleanor Dulles, 790 ; Murphy, 711
Effect of Khrushchev visit to U.S. on, addresses and
statements : Berding, 544, 545 ; Herter, 575, 578,
819, 864 ; Merchant, 588 ; Wilcox, 6G3
Federal Republic of Germany-U.S. joint communique,

373
Foreign armed forces in Berlin. See Armed forces,

foreign
Geneva Foreign Ministers meeting negotiations re. See

Foreign Ministers meeting, Geneva
Joint communique (Eisenhower, Khrushchev) at con-
clusion of talks at Camp David, 499
NATO interest in, statement (Herter), 936
Soviet position, statements (Herter), 506, 864, 865
Soviet threat re, question of, statements (Herter), 576,

577, 578, 579, 580
U.S. position, letter and statements: Eisenhower, 154;

Herter, 504, 865
Western position and proposals, addresses : Herter,
470 ; Merchant, 591

Department of Slate Bulletin



Bernstein, Joel, 185

Berry, J. Lampton, 925

Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali, 812

Biddle, William S., 206

Birch, John A., 88

Black, Eugene R., 392

Board of Foreign Scholarships, report on educational

exchange program, 21
Boggs, Hale, 284, 844
Bohleii. Charles E., 113, 925
Bohn, Ernest J., 889
Bolivia :

ULF loan, 164

Economic assistance, agreement amending 1953 agree-
ment with U.S., 925
Telecommunication convention (1952), international
491
Bolster, Edward A., 651
Bonsai, Thilip W., 715

Borneo, North, relaxation of restrictions on dollar im-
ports, 285
Boswell, William O., 38
Bourguiba, Habib, 823
Bow, Frank T., 358
Brady, Edward L., 98
Brand, Vance, 398, 635, 708
Brazil :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 197
DLF loan, cancellation of, 563
Relaxation of restrictions on dollar imports, 286
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Agricultural commodities, agreement amending 1956

agreement with U.S., 461
Atomic energy, civil uses, agreement amending 1955

research reactor agreement with U.S., 142
Copyright convention (1952), universal, and protocols

1, 2, and 3, 814
GATT, protocol relating to negotiations for estab-
lishment of new schedule III, 34, 68, 101, 183, 961
Opium, protocol regulating production, trade, and

use of, 925
Sugar agreement (19158), international, 734
Wheat agreement (1959), international, with annex,
172, 183
U.S. -Brazilian cooperation, address (Cabot), 753
U.S. National Advisory Committee on Inter-American
Affairs, messages on establishment of (Kubitschek,
Lafer), 905
British Cameroons, elections in and future status of,
statement (Zablocki) and General Assembly resolu-
tion, 730
British Commonwealth, The, Foreign Relations volume

on, published, 68
British Guiana, relaxation of restrictions on dollar im-
ports, 285
British Honduras, relaxation of restrictions on dollar

imports, 285
Broadcasting. See Telecommunications
Bruce, David K. E., 850

Buenos Aires economic conference, address (Rubottom),
594



Bulgaria :

Resumption of diplomatic relations with U.S. and ap-
pointment and designation of U.S. and Bulgarian
Ministers, 8G0, 890
10 Nation Committee ou Disarmament, membership, 438
Universal postal convention (1957), 183
Burden, William A. M., 462

Bureau of the Budget, functions in administration of the
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act,
55
Burgess, W. Randolph, 744
Burma :
Ambassador to U.S., designation and credentials, 121,

354
Economic assistance and cooperation, agreements with

U.S., 222, 565
U.S. aid, 121

U.S. Ambassador, appointment, 814
Bursley, Herbert S., 66
Bush, James Smith, 383

Business Council for International Understanding, pro-
grams for executives going abroad and senior For-
eign Service officers, 67
Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic {see also Soviet
Union), universal postal convention (1957), 183

Cable rates, international press, U.S. views on Commis-
sion on Human Rights resolution, statement (Phil-
lips), 28
Cabot, John Moors, 753
Calendar of international conferences and meetings, 24,

174, 361, 485, 640, 836
Camargo, Alberto Lleras, 718
Cambodia :

Cambodian-American Friendship Highway, opening,

163
Importation of educational, scientific, and cultural ma-
terials, agreement (1950) on, 67>i
Cameroons, British, elections in and future status of,
statement (Zablocki) and General Assembly resolu-
tion, 730
Cameroun, French, political problems in. General Assem-
bly proposed resolution and statement (Zablocki),
922
Camp David talks (Eisenhower-Khrushchev) :
Addresses and statements : Dillon, 547 ; Herter, 505,
507, 575, 577, 578, 579, 580 ; Lodge, 766, 876 ; Mer-
chant, 591; Murphy, 713, 714; Wilcox, 663
ANZUS Council communique re, 709
Department statement re order of subjects to be dis-
cussed, 479
Text of joint communique, 499
Canada :
American Embassy property at London, purchase of,



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