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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 008. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 18, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/357.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 5, May 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • 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 In lhe April Facts t'oruni i\eics Crourli lold how he firsl met Kohert Oppenheimer in 1911 at a Communist parly meeting in Berkeley, California, although al that lime he knew Oppenheimer only as Professor Z. "a very famous scientist.*1 Oppenheimer has denied attending this meeting. Crouch formerly was a parly leader in California's Alameda County, where the I niversity of California ami its Radiation Laboratory ami the important research laboratory's of Shell Development were lop targets for Communist infiltration. iiiiisiiiiiiii iiii'n ii. apparal arrived llleit \e, Of | lent; MftmiM the untold radiatii laborati lllelillim months. He u OPPENHEIME ST PART II: by Paul Crouch Hiroshima revealed in tbe Vmerican public the existence nf lln- atomic I..mili in I'l Iii. Tn mi' il also revealed tin- nature nf tin- "research" at the radiation laboratory mentioned in me l.\ Marcel Scherer in lln- fall nf 1(>I1 umi gave a full explanati f wh) a national figure like Scherer spent so much linn in Alameda County in 1911 ami 1912. Soon after Hiroshima, newspapers reported Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer's role in the development of the atomic bomb and carried pictures of him. My wife Sylvia and I immediately noted the striking resemblance between these pictures and the man at the Communist special section meeting who had been described by Kenneth May as "a very famous scientist." One of ihe many character witnesses who testified before the AEC Personnel Security Board (firay Board) in behalf of Or. J. Robert Oppenheimer was David E. Lilienthal, former U2C chairman. // iiness: David E. Lilienthal Interrogator: Samuel .1. Silverman Duie: April 2(1. 1954 Q. Mr. Lilienthal, whal is your present occupation ? A. I am in private business in New York (all as adviser on industrial matters I.. Financial ami industrial enter lisis. I elm eilsn a corporate officer as chairman nf the board nf the Minerals eiml Chemical I ... (,). Do miii have anv Government employment in jinsiii.,,1 ;i| this lime? \. I do mil. Q. ^ mi were formerl) < li.iiiman nf the \tnmii Energ) Commission? \ I »eis between late- October, 1910. eiml lhe 15th nf February, 19511. 1,1. Winn did v..ii first meet Dr. Op- penheimer? \. On the Occasion Of the In illL'Ul'J We believed Professor X ami Roberl Oppenheimer were one ami the semi''- although newspaper pictures an- difficult in usi' fni positive Identification, lln"' ever, iii us it was only ;i matter nf casual interest. We kniw thai tin- radiation laboratory ami the facult) nf the I niversity hail been honeycombed wilh Com' miinisls eiml that il would have been absolutely impossible for any research In have been done at the radiation la'1' orator) withoul the mosl detailed infi"" mation being transmitted immediately'0 the Soyie't government. • • • Tn l'o back again in 1911. ScherC. In Behalf'^P assistanl Uame eef «,Is |.,.n itnportai ■nunisl | tional Ce The |, over em '■viill'ii, 'e tached I ■Bovemei fesa in til.||s Wj| Portanl i diation change tl tare." Page '. togethei of a In.anl or panel a boaf" of consultants or panel bj il"' Depart' iiieni of State in January, 1946. Th*1 panel was organized under a eommittf called the Secretan of State's CorB' niillee. The purpose of the panel and Ihe oi' i.. linns of the panel were to seek to fit"' senile' l.itsis fen el plan ill | irOg let 111 '°l the international control of atomic we*- pons. I here were five members ol th" panel designated, I think, lev the Seel* tar) of Stale'. Mr. Vcheson, ami Dr. Oppenheimer was one eif those pan* members 0- \ml you were the chairman of l'11' panel? V. I was the chairman of lhe pai>c'' The other members were Mr. HarrJ W inne, \ ice-presidenl of General Elej' Iric Co. al thai time; Dr. Charles v Thomas, who was then executive vie*" presidenl of the Monsanto Chemical ' ■''' and now its president; Mr. Chests' Barnard, then presidenl of the \e» Jel -.■I Telephone Co. and Dr. OppeB heiroer. Q. Will v..ii tell us something of I"1" !■ M "IS FORUM NEWS, \icty Nell COI '"'illler ,| . A. Thi L'ii'fK v J pacts
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