Communist Activities among Aliens and National Groups: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Immigration and Naturalization of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-First Congress, First Session, on S. 1832, a Bill to Amend the Immigration Act of October 16, 1918, as Amended

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APPENDIX IV

THE TANJUG1 NEWS AGENCY, OFFICIAL AGENCY OF THE YUGOSLAV GOVERNMENT REGISTRATION STATEMENTS FILED BY THE TANJUG AGENCY UNDER THE FOREIGN AGENTS REGISTRATION ACT OF 1938
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Washington, D. C.
REGISTRATION STATEMENT2
Pursuant to Section 2 of the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as AmendedRegistration No. 493
Name of Registrant: Louis Goranin.
All other names ever used by Registrant and when used: Louis Weissmann, which was name at birth and which is now used only by members of family.
All present business addresses: 745 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
All present residence addresses: 322 East 74th Street, New York, N. Y.
Date and place of Registrant's birth: October 21, 1895, at Djakovo, Yugoslavia.
If Present citizenship or nationality: Yugoslavia. If present citizenship not acquired by birth, indicate when, where, and how acquired. [Blank.]
All visits to or residence in foreign countries during the past 5 years: None.
All clubs, societies, committees, and other nonbusiness organizations, in the United States or elsewhere, of which Registrant is or has been during the past 5 years a member, director, officer, or employee:

Name and address of organization: Association of Yugoslav Jews in the U. S.

Nature of connection with organization: Member. Date connection began: June 1943.

Date connection ended, if ended: Not ended.

All membership or service during the past 10 years in the active or reserve military, naval, or other armed forces of any foreign government or foreign political party: None.
Name and principal address of each foreign principal of Registrant:
Name of foreign principal: TANJUG ( Yugoslav News Agency).
Principal address: Generala Zdanova #28 Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
State the nature and purpose of Registrant's representation of each foreign principal named under item 5 and describe fully all activities of Registrant for or in the interests of each such foreign principal: Correspondent in the United States for foreign principal which is a news agency.
Describe briefly all other businesses, occupations, and public activities in which Registrant is presently engaged: None.
All employees and other individuals who render any services or assistance to Registrant, with or without compensation, for or in the interests of each foreign principal named under item 5:
Name and address of employee or other individual: Anton Smole, 745 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Nature of services or assistance rendered: Mr. Smole is accredited as news correspondent representing Tanjug at the United Nations. He is of incidental aid to the registrant.
____________________
1
TANJUG is the abbreviation for Telegrafska Agencija Nova Jugoslavija ( Telegraphic Agency New Yugoslavia).
2
Filed by the Foreign Agents Registration Section, Department of Justice, on October 6, 1947.

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