130. Memorandum From Joseph J. Sisco of the International Organization Affairs Staff of the Mission at the United Nations to the Representative at the United Nations (Lodge)1
Attached for your information is a copy of a memorandum from Mr. Morton to Mr. Wilcox which deals with the Congressional reaction on the membership problem. You will note in particular the last paragraph, which indicates the desirability of informing certain Members of Congress at an appropriate time in the event progress is made on the membership question.
None at this time. Should developments warrant, you will wish to consider at a later date an appropriate way to inform Congressional members.2[Page 311]
- Source: USUN Files, IO, Membership. Limited Official Use.↩
- A handwritten notation on the source text in Lodge’s hand reads: “file carefully.”↩
- The words “should more than compensate” are underlined on the source text. A memorandum of transmittal to Wadsworth, October 10, from Cook indicates, inter alia, that the underlining was done by Lodge.↩