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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1955 - File 009. 1955-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1189/show/1128.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript II, II' Reds Mm"' LAST WORD? Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, WC security risk, may yet have *e last word on the nation's atomic policy. Dr. Ralph E. Lapp, famous atomic scientist, wrote in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists for October 1954 (p. 314): iJr. J. Robert Oppenheimer '"■"n- Ins plea for candor . . . 1,1 &e July 1953 issue of For- °<g" Affairs Operation Can- ''"'" [a planned series of Presidential hroadcasls lo reveal secret atomic information] . . . '"" set in in,,/,;,,, hy Oppen- lieimer's plea.... These plans '■'/l('<l »ul It is significant. however, thai plan- for Opera- 110,1 Candor had reached a con- crete form before the- whole PI°grarn was abandoned. . . . ™e can mils conclude lhat adders close to the Presidenl counseled against candor ami '"'ll down any opposition. ■ • • Whatever lhe reasons, we «iow thai the only pay-off of the nil, I'lllllllei ., - d operation was Pres- "''■"I Eisenhower's December 8 'Peech i„ ihe UN." [Emphasis Applied.] —Wide World Photo On June 29, 1954, the five-man Atomic Energy Commission voted four to one to deny Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer's appeal to lift his suspension from access to U.S. security data. Left to right, Commissioners Thomas E. Murray, Henry D. Smyth, Joseph Campbell, Eugene M. Zuckert, and Chairman Lewis L. Strauss. Page 4 the worker, si'isday, xovembeb nt. ma By JOSEPH CLARK UNANIMOUSLY approved. Tlut was the- emphasis in dispatches about United Nations adoption of the Eisenhower "Atoms fur Peace" plan last Tuesday. And it is the last tribute life paid ti) Andrei Vishinsky (hat lie was working on a statement sunnortine , C,,„,.,. .,.,,,1 I,., ,se,..el..l ..... atomic peeol for peaceful use sc'cele lie died, 'I ! OUgjbtS gO t'.ee k lei c-e>eii|l!e'-s n .. tings ni ilcc- 1 mi. e! Nations. And in a pre-ss conference held more ti.icn >< v. n years ago when 1 N headquarters was .if Lake Sim - . rile- white-haired cl.ie-f Susiei delegate, whose ruddy lace- broke oat in a smile so easily, l'ie' i euli: ut attention „| I \. Si il surprised neilxeelv eelmi ih.,ii 500 re norters from all ii.. . ..ii.I turned mil tin ileal puss e' on Sept. 27. 1947. A ripple of l.enedile'B leeileed intu loud and hearty laughter .it .i reply \ isliinsky niieeic tee a* written (pus- lion lll.it lead lePC'li snljinilled by .sis e .iiri'sJM.IidtlltS. Thl'S SC.lliU'el te. Iciinsv svleal ssoeelel happen it there were no agreement about iiiciciK mersj ■ -troL \ ! ...kv fciv-'iiinalYiiniral ■>* replied; *-Dciir .Sis (.ciiicspondviiCs: l.< sour iH'sseeeeeseee lie soeer editorial oflk.es.' And there, perhaps, lies the rccsnie leir the constant effervea- (■encc- of the ciiiBn and his amazios ceeprKy iee debate, considering lee's age aecd .e long-standing heart-ail- ncciel. Andrei V'ishmsi.s \e.,s n<m pessimistic aleont the fight tee- in ' ateimic energy. a heimer 'Ji ".""^ ' **■ mother Frank Oppen ' ," vJn-Am»° ",ed ro House Committee on '"'' in CoTI •" Ac"vities his past membership '-ommunist party Dr. J ID-Pa.] Robert Oppenheimer, one of the A-bomb scientists, with Rep F^nc* t^Walt^ a member of the House Un-American Activities Committee after 0»rLhl? th committee member, h.hi.rf pl-.-J A I. , ,«*. "■ atter Oppenheimer FACTS FORUM NEWS, February, 1955 .. ,1Vi i.cl ZL •■— "»-~ »n-«m«rison Mcnviries Commitl talked with committee members behind closed doors June 7, 1949. .1 Page 7
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