National Affairs: New Team at U.N.

Nominated by President Eisenhower to be U.S. representatives to the ninth session of the U.N. General Assembly, which meets Sept. 21 in Manhattan:

AMBASSADOR HENRY CABOT LODGE JR., 52, who continues as permanent U.S. representative and chief of the delegation.

SENATOR H. ALEXANDER SMITH, 74, a New Jersey Republican lawyer who studied under Woodrow Wilson at Princeton, worked for Herbert Hoover's post-World War I relief teams, and rates as one of the Senate's best-informed authorities on Far Eastern policy.

SENATOR JAMES WILLIAM FULBRIGHT, Democrat of Arkansas, 49, onetime Rhodes scholar, author of the Fulbright (exchange scholarships) bill, and father of the 1943 Fulbright resolution,...

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