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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 6, June 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date June 1955
Language eng
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  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • 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 ■■■■■■ The Untold Oppenheimer Story (Continued frnm Page Ui} became Mrs. Oppenheimer. 'lhe logical conclusion was that a former husband named Harrison had been killed in Spain. Committee investigations soon disclosed the fact that Kalherinc had been married to a Richard Stewart- Harrison, and up to the time of her lasl marriage' in November, 10 10. she often signed her name Ktithcrine Stewart- Harrison. I eliel much of the research work on her background. One fact afler another came to light. It was learned that she was a native of Germany, daughter of Frank Puening, a chemist. Her father came to the United States and lived for some time at Aspinwall, Pa., and through bis naturalization (Catherine obtained derivative citizenship. She had been educated al Aspinwall High School. the university at Pittsburgh, Pa., the I niversity of Wisconsin, the University of Grenoble, in France, the university in Munich, Germany, UCLA in I.os Angeles emd the University of California al Berkeley. Her scholastic record was a brilliant one indeed, and in extraordinary intelligence sin- is not far from the level of her famous present husband. At first she majored in languages anil in physics, then turned to study of botany with specialization in study of fungus. Instead of having bad only one former husband, the one killed in Spain. I found thai her marriage to Dr. Oppen- liiimir i- her fourth one Afler I learned the facts to my own satisfaction, much additional research was required for positive confirmation. Aboul the age of twenty-one she bad married a man named Ramseyer. After an annulment she married Joseph Dallet, an important tint! high-ranking Communisl official. I label's record as a leading Red went back to 1027 or earlier. In 1928 he bad been iii charge of the Communis! department, for the state and district of Ohio, for infiltration of the armed forces and operated under my directives as head of lln- national department. Dallel heul worked closely with Betty Oeinnelt and Israel Amter. the leading Communist officials in Ohio during the late twenties. For a brief time, Dallet bail been acting District Organizer of the Young Communist League in Ohio. During most of the earlv thirties Dallel was a leading official of the Communisl partv in the Youngstown area, working under direction of the veteran Red leader, John Steuben. Dallel bad also carried on Communist activities in the Chicago area. For evidence of Dallet's importanl role- iii the Communist conspiracy over a period of menu years one ba~ onlv to read Sieve Nelson's book, published aboul two years ago. Both went to Spain in 1936 to serve in the Communisl organized "Abraham Lincoln" Brigade. I found considerable evidence that Katberine was active in the Communist party during the years she weis married to Dallet. (She admitted this in testimony at the AF.C hearings in 1951.1 It is interesting to note that during the time Kalherine was married to Dallet she never used his name in obtaining American passports—using her maiden name at that time, which had been restored after annulment from Ramseyer. Even after I learned that she had been married to Dallet, I had no documentary records to prove it, and I know of none today other than her own sworn admission at the 1 954 AEC hearings. A year or two after Dallet's death in Spain during 1937, (Catherine married Richard Stewart-Harrison of England, now apparently a California resident. 11 appears that she obtained a divorce from him on November 1. 19 III. and married Dr. Oppenheimer the same day. I nforlunalelv. notes I had given the California committee indicating Dallel and not Harrison was the name of the former husband killeel in Spain apparently wen- overlooked when the 1951 reporl weis being prepared, and the onl) error I have found in this published document was the- incorrect reference to him as "Stewart-Harrison." Dr. Oppenheimer and his wife, however, were only two of the dozens of records studied by the California committee, and I made an extensive study of documentation on the FAECT. Minutes of Chapter 25 of Marcel Scherer's FAECT that had fallen into the hands of the committee revealed discussions and activities little shorl of treason. The minutes of et meeting held at 8 p.m.. April 7. 1943, at the home of Irving David box. contain such verbatim statements as these: Ray Dunn steitcel that it would be nece*- sary to obtain ei complete personnel list ol the employees with the Radiation l.eile- oratory einel thai thi- could best be obtained fri.in the personnel office. Dr. V-l- -,,,i raised eii, objection to this procedure, statins that tin- filching ..I such ee list would probably come tn tlie attention nf th.' Kill, which Would meek.' In.ill.I.- leu ihr FAECT. Ted Fiiikrl-t.iii -luteal tlieet ineeiiy |ie-ii- plc lee contacted objected t,> joining the union as they felt that tin- FAECT was Communist-controlled eunl favored cooperation after the war in setting up ei Communist government in tlie I nited States. In answer tn this Hay Dunn stated that In- understood this attitude as In- felt the seemi' way steitcel that the U.S. Communist party Bhould set up its own government in this country. And from minutes of a meeting of lhe FAECT Executive Hoard held on —Wide World Photo Robert R. Davis David Bohm m Wide World f Giovanni Rossi Lomanitx Page 28 FACTS FORUM NEWS, June, iff Pact:
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