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Goldblatt, Louis, secretary-treasurer, International Longshoremen's and Pu

Warehousemen's Union....

Hart, Hon. Philip A., U.S. Senator from the State of Michigan...

Foreman, Clark, national director, Emergency Civil Liberties Committee.

France, Royal W., executive secretary, National Lawyers Guild..

Weitzer, Bernard, director of national legislation, Jewish War Veterans...

Masaoka, Mike M., Washington representative, Japanese American

Citizens League

Hill, Hon. Lister, U.S. Senator from the State of Alabama.

Biemiller, Andrew J., director, department of legislation, AFL-CIO.

601, 107

Rains, Hon. Albert, U.S. Representative from the State of Alabama

11."

Denson, C. .V., farmer, Shaw, Miss..

Pittman, R. Carter, attorney, Dalton, Ga..

Flemming, Hon. Arthur S., Secretary, Department of Health, Education,

and Welfare

Ullman, David L., for the American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Com-

mittee, and certain other organizations.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Alexander, W. B., Cleveland, Miss..

139

Alford, Dale, U.S. Representative from Arkansas.

American Civil Liberties Union....

American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizstions,

industrial union department.

American Jewish Committee.

59

American Jewish Congress

American Liberal Association

American Veterans Committee.

Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith..

Barnes, Lilace Reid, president, national board, Young Women's Christian

Association.

Bell, B. Tartt, Friends Committee on National Legislation..

135

Bell, Griffin B., Atlanta, Ga..

Bell, J. Sammons, Atlanta, Ga...

Bennett, Bruce, attorney general of Arkansas.

Blanshard, Mrs. Paul, executive director, Unitarian Fellowship for Social

Justice..

99?

Bloch, Charles J., attorney, Macon, Ga.

Brown, Edgar A., president pro tempore, South Carolina Senate.

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Gressette, L. Marion, chairman, South Carolina Senate Judiciary Com-

Page

mittee

473

Hafter, Jerome, Greenville, Miss..

1124

Hart, Philip A., U.S. Senator from Michigan.-

701

Hemphill, Robert W., U.S. Representative from South Carolina.

1229

Hill, Lister, U.S. Senator from Alabama..

601, 1070

Holland, Spessard L., U.S. Senator from Florida.

484

Hollings, Ernest F., Governor of South Carolina.

439

Huddleston, George, Jr., U.S. Representative from Alabama -

760

Humphrey, Hubert, U.S. Senator from Minnesota..

153

Hunton, George K., secretary, Catholic Interracial Council

622

International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union.

753

International Union, United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Imple-

ment Workers of America..

694

Jackson, Nelson, National Association of Social Workers.

691

Javits, Jacob K., U.S. Senator from New York..

21

Japanese American Citizens League ---

974

Jewish War Veterans..

752

Keating, Kenneth B., U.S. Senator from New York

255

Kiley, Robert R., president, University of Notre Dame, U.S. National

Students Association....

688

Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.

307

Lechliter, Irving, national executive director, American Veterans Commit-

tee.

407

Leskes, Theodore, director, legal division, American Jewish Committee.. 597

Lowell

, Rev. C. Stanley, associate director, Protestants and Other Ameri-

426

Cans United for Separation of Church and State..

974

Masaoka, Mike M., Japanese American Citizens League.

328

Maslow, Will

, general counsel, American Jewish Congress

McCanless, George F., attorney general of Tennessee

1247

McCray, John H., State chairman, South Carolina Progressive Democratic

Organization..

545

468

McLeod, Daniel R., attorney general of South Carolina -

McNair, Robert E., chairman, South Carolina House Judiciary Committee 473

McSween, Harold B., U.S. Representative from Louisiana -

646

Minnick, John Bradley, Arlington, Va...

983

Moody, Ralph, assistant attorney general, North Carolina -

1065

Mounger, Breed O., president, Mississippi Bar Association.

1236

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

272

National Association of Social Workers.-

691

National Lawyers Guild.

750

National Lutheran Council.

National Students Association, U.S.

688

Newman, Rev. I. DeQuincy, president, South Carolina State conference,

NAACP branches

505

Odum, Ralph E., assistant attorney general of Florida.

486

Old, William, judge, 13th circuit of Virginia.

656

Patterson, Joe T., attorney general of Mississippi..

1371

Patterson, John, Governor of Alabama.

602

14% Perez, Leander, judge, Plaquemines Parish, La-

783

Pittman, R. Carter, attorney, Dalton, Ga.-

1426

Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and

State..

426

Rains, Albert, U.S. Representative from Alabama-

1298

Rauh, Joseph L., counsel, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.

307

Renfro, Mrs. Sue, Organized Women Voters of Arlington, Va.

1297

Rivers, L. Mendel. U.S. Representative from South Carolina.-

1077

Rogera, William P., U.S. Attorney General.--

181

Seawell. Malcolm B., attorney general, North Carolina.

1045

Selden, Armistead I.. U.S. Representative from Alabama.

1155

Sifton, Paul, national legislative representative, International Union,

United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of

694

Snyder, Edward F., legislative secretary, Friends Committee on National

421

Southern Regional Council...

582

1406 Sparkman, John J., U.S. Senator from Alabama.

359

Stennis, John C., U.S. Senator from Mississippi..

1213, 1304

Stewart, Mrs. Annalee, legislative secretary, Women's International

League for Peace and Freedom (filed statement)

410

Storey, Robert G., vice chairman, Commission on Civil Rights.

231

Thurmond, Strom, U.S. Senator from South Carolina -

42

Tiffany, Gordon M., staff director, Commission on Civil Rights.

247

Tilly, Mrs. Dorothy, director of women's work, Southern Regional Council. 582

Travelstead, Chester C., dean, College of Education, University of New

Mexico

1414

Tuck, William M., U.S. Representative from Virginia

655

Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice -

419

Van Deusen, Rev. Robert E., National Lutheran Council.

412

Waring, Thomas R., editor, News and Courier, Charleston, S.C. (filed

statement)

491

Weitzer, Bernard, director, national legislation, Jewish War Veterans 752

Whitehouse, Albert, director, industrial union department, AFL-CIO. 350

Whitten, Jamie L., U.S. Representative, from Mississippi.

1110

Wilkins, Roy, executive secretary, National Association for the Advance-

ment of Colored People

272

Williams, John Bell, U.S. Representative from Mississippi

1159

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

410

Wright, Marion A., attorney, Linville Falls, N.C.

1416

LIST OF EXHIBITS SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD OF HEARINGS

AFL-CIO civil rights resolution, adopted at second constitutional con-

vention, December 1957...

1118

AFL-CIO department of legislation statement

1115

AFL-CIO executive council statement on civil rights, February 24, 1959-

American Lutheran Church policy for interracial ministry

1120

Articles:

416

"A Man Called White".

962

"Coleman: With Parker” (Associated Press report) (submitted by 1309

Governor Coleman of Mississippi).

1309

"Two in Lynch Jail Try Suicide," from the New York Post, May 12,

1310

1959 (Associated Press) (submitted by Senator Langer)

1310

“FBI Withdraws, Leaves Lynching to Mississippi," from Washington

Post and Times-Herald, May 26, 1959 (UPI)

1413

"Station Gives Lynch Data TV Account Says 18 Took Part in

Parker Killing," from Baltimore Sun, May 27, 1959-

1317

“FBI Report Said To List Lynchers, from Washington Post and

Times-Herald, May 28, 1959 (Associated Press).

1312

"South Faces Test on White Juries- Mississippi Case Points Up," by

Anthony Lewis, New York Times, May 4, 1959-

1316

"American Negro Problem”.

810

Arkansas Statutes (1947), covering use of explosives, lynching, night riders,

and conspiracy

1100

An expose of the National Council of Churches, by World Study Con-

ference

837

"Backing off on Civil Rights” (editorial), St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

222

Barnes, J. M., Hattiesburg, Miss., statement on voter's registration.

Barratry-Code of law for South Carolina.

1075

515

Battle, John S., Commissioner, Commission on Civil Rights

233

Brownell, Herbert, excerpts from testimony, civil rights hearing, 1957..

Carlton, Doyle E., Commissioner, Commission on Civil Rights ..

221-223

"Christian Affirmation on Human Relations," National Lutheran Council,

233

40th annual meeting, February 4-7, 1958

Civil Rights Commission State by State, Complaint Docket Survey

413

"Civil Rights Division Brass Tell About Accomplishment," news article by

1203

Rovihar Hamilton..

"Civil Rights Group Must Decide by Friday on Pushing Vote Probe"

1080

(editorial)

Code of Ethics for Government Service (submitted by John Minnick)

357

Comparison of the three most widely discussed "civil rights” bills.

310

Darden, C. R., statement from Mississippi State Conference of NAACP

Branches

1073

1

Department of Justice-Adequacy of title 18, United States Code, section Page
1503 to deal with obstruction of court decrees.

228
Desegregation in southern and border State school districts, fall 1956 to
fall 1958 (Table)

331
Discrimination, Labor Law, section 1272, State of South Carolina....

512
Douglas, administration, and Johnson civil rights bills, 1959, chart of key
proposals.--

340
Douglas, Justice William (., address, Columbia Law Review dinner.

1004
Executive orders and administrative legislation on racial discrimination--- 715
Federal Antilynching Act.---

746
Flemming's statement on closed public schools, New York Times, December
2, 1958

105
Fugitive Felon Act, prosecution of, fiscal year, 1957-.

218
Georgia Voters Registration Act, March 25, 1958 (extracts).

168
Gary, Gov. Raymond, of Oklahoma, “The South Can Integrate its
Schools,” Look, March 31, 1959.

71
Hannah, John Alfred, Chairman, Commission on Civil Rights (biography)-- 232
Hesburgh, Theodore M., Commissioner, Commission on Civil Rights
(biography)---

233
Human Relation Board of Social Missions and Executive Board of United
Lutheran Church in America.

414
Johnson, George M., Commissioner, Commission on Civil Rights (biogra-
phy)--

234
Johnston, Olin D., introduction of South Carolina delegation

437
Maybank, Hon. Burnet R., Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina (state-
ment as read by Senator Olin D. Johnston).

1153
Memorandum, “Ï'ime and Witnesses for Civil Rights Hearings,” May 27,
1959.

1299
Mississippi State conference of NAACP branches statement-

1073
Mitchell, Clarence, director, Washington bureau, NAACP

272
Statute establishing Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, chapter
365, General Laws of Mississippi.

1345
NAACP- Brief history from 1909 to 1959.

305
“North Moves To Eliminate Color Line in Its Schools," New York Times,
August 26, 1957...

86
Oberdorfer, Dan, (editorial, Chicago Daily News Service): "Civil Rights
Group Must Decide by Friday on Pushing Vote Probe".

357
Putnam letter (second): “Cuts Roots of Integration Fallacy'

948
Resolutions adopted by the State Democratic Convention of Georgia,
October 14, 1959 (submitted by Mr. Bell) -

1360, 1370
School issue surveyed at 4-year anniversary

74
“Segregation-Desegregation No Nearer Solution at Year's End," South-
ern School News, January 1959.

74
Segregation on legislation --Supplementary memorandum by J. Francis
Polhaus, March 1, 1959..

101
South Carolina General Assembly concurrent resolution-

254
South Carolina Improvement Association, Clarendon County.

526
South Carolina Labor Department, section 1272, discrimination labor law
for textile mill.

513
South Carolina Progressive Democratic Organization, Columbia, S.C..-- 545
Speech:

“The Role of the Supreme Court as Interpreter of the Constitution,"

by U.S. Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., February 11, 1959 (submitted
by Mr. Bell) ----

1365
By Senator James 0. Eastland, May 26, 1955 (submitted by Judge
Perez)

931
State laws against discrimination (summary of).

739
State and local laws (recent), resolutions, ordinances, and administration

policies, with comments by Mr. J. Francis Polhuas, counsel, NAACP,
Washington Bureau (a compilation).-

89
“State-by-State Summary of Major Developments Since 1954,” Southern
School News, May 1958.

81
Statistical data:
Prosecution under Fugitive Felon Act, 1957

218
Race of persons arrested, 1957

1166
Storey, Robert Gerald, Vice Chairman, Commission on Civil Rights (biog-
raphy)..

232
Summary of provision of S. 810.

115

Page
705

Supreme Court cases (principal) on racial discrimination in housing, voting,

transportation, and education.-
Taylor, William L., legislative representative, Americans for Democratic

Action.
Tiffany, Gordon McLean, staff director, Commission on Civil Rights.
Un-American Activities Committee, information from the files of.
U. S. v. James Griggs Raines et al., Registrars of Terrell County, Ga.:

Complaint.

Opinion -
U. S. v. Board of Registrars of Macon County, Ala-

Complaint..

307
234
832

165
1035
174
161

20

19, 20

LETTERS
Bennett, Glenn D., detective, Arson Bureau, to Senator Hart..

700
Carman, Harry J., chairman, American Liberal Association, to Senator
Hennings

424
Case, Clifford P., U.S. Senator, to Senator Olin D. Johnston-

502
Danstedt, Rudolph T., National Association of Social Workers, to Senator
Hennings.

691
Finn, Gerald H., personnel director, Treasury Department, to all national
employees

982
France, Royal B., executive secretary, National Lawyer's Guild, to
Senator Hennings.

750
Goldblatt, Louis, secretary-treasurer, International Longshorcmen's and
Warehousemen's Union, to Senator Hennings-

753
Hart, Philip A., U.S. Senator, to Senator Hennings-

700
Hennings, Thomas C., Jr., U.S. Senator, to Senator Olin D. Johnston...
Hennings, Thomas C., Jr., U.S. Senator, to Harry J. Carman, American
Liberal Association.

426
Hennings, Thomas C., Jr., U.S. Senator, to Mrs. Robert E. Osth.

493
Johnston, Olin D., U.S. Senator, to Senator Hennings.--
Kiley, Robert, president, U.S. National Student Association, to Senator

Hennings
Leskes, Theodore, American Jewish Committee, to Senator Hennings--

596
Marshall, Thurgood, counsel, National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, to Senator Hennings-

505
Masaoka, Mike M., representative, Japanese-American Citizens League,
to Mr. Slavman.

973
Masaoka, Mike M., representative, Japanese-American Citizens League,
to Senator Hennings.

974
Maslow, Will, to Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr.

346
Osth, Mrs. Robert E., to Senator Hennings.

491
Peterson, Esther, legislative representative, industrial union department,
AFL-ĆIO to Senator Hennings -

350
Putnam, Carleton, to William P. Rogers, Attorney General.--

946-950
Sifton, Paul, legislative representative, United Automobile, Aircraft, and

Agricultural Implement Workers of America, to Senator Hennings. - 694
Snyder, Edward F., Friends Committee on National Legislation, to
Senator Hennings.

421
Tiffany, Gordon M., staff director, Commission on Civil Rights, to Senator
Olin D. Johnston

239
Weitzer, Bernard, national legislative director, Jewish Wars Veterans,
to Senator Hennings..

751

688

628

TELEGRAMS
Campbell, Boyd, businessman from Mississippi, to Christian Science
Monitor...

APPENDIX
Exhibit A: Status of school segregation-desegregation in the southern and

border States, published by Southern Education Reporting Service (sub-

mitted by Senator Douglas).
Exhibit B: Cooper v. Aaron, opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court, September

29, 1958 (submitted by Senator Douglas).

1447

1479

Page
1496

1520

1524

1573

1527

2743

2747

Exhibit C: Text of 49 Federal statutes provisions in which the United

States is authorized to seek injunction relief, prepared by Library of

Congress, February 19, 1959 (submitted by Senator Douglas)--
Exhibit D: "Out of Conviction," a second statement on the South's racial

crisis signed by 312 ministers of Greater Atlanta from January 28 Con-

gressional Record (p. 1180) (submitted by Senator Douglas) -
Exhibit E: "The Segregationists Go North,' article from the New Republic

by Helen Fuller (Jan. 26, 1959) (submitted by Senator Douglas) --
“Reprisal and Violence in the South's Racial Crisis," published jointly by

American Friends Service Committee, National Council of Churches of
Christ in the United States of America and Southern Regional Council

(submitted by Roy Wilkins) ---
Assault Upon Freedom of Association," a study of the southern attack on

the NAACP, American Jewish Congress-
Religious groups' statements and resolutions on desegregation and human
rights:
1. “Catholic Bishops Speak on Racial Discrimination and the Moral

Law,” statement of principles and objectives, Catholic Interacial

Council of Chicago, and signed by NCWC, November 14, 1958.
2. "Churches and Segregation," adopted by the General Assembly of

the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United

States of America, December 5, 1957.
3. “Methodist Resolution on Integration,” by the Council of Meth-

odist Bishops; "The Methodist Social Čreed,” adopted by the
general conference, 1956; "A Message on Vital Issues,” board

of social and economic relations of the Methodist Church.---
4. "A Message on Race Relationships," adopted by board of social

and economic relation of Methodist Church, January 14, 1955,

prompted by recent decision of the Supreme Court-
5. “The Bible Speaks on Race,” board of social economic relations of

the Methodist Church, adopted September 26, 1957---
6. “Just, Right, and Necessary," a study of reactions to the Supreme

Court decision on segregation with a statement of guiding
principles, policies, and practical suggestions, the National
Council, Episcopal Church, 281 Fourth Avenue, New York 10,

N.Y..
7. "The Convention and Triennial Daily," resolution on race is voted

by bishops, October 11, 1958, volume 1, No. 6, page 2 (news

story)
8. The Lambeth Conference, 1958, the encyclical letter from the

bishops together with the resolutions and reports, Seabury

Press, 1958, pages 1-55 and 1-56..
In re: George C. Wallace, brief for respondents.
Court cases.
Selected bibliography --

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