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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 043. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/392.

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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
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
Rights No Copyright - United States: This item is in the public domain in the United States and may be used freely in the United States. The item may not be in the public domain under the copyright laws of other countries.
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Title File 043
Transcript wanted to know with regard to the passport photos? .A. lis. In-, wanted five copies, five pictures—each with myself, by myself, my wife, ami then my wife and the children eunl then myself with the children, and then I ihink eill of us together, the family altogether. Q. In other words, these five elif- ferenl poses, he wanted five' copies nf each one? A. Thai is righl. | At this point in the testimony Greenglass went on lo explain lhal Rosenberg nail engaged ;t lawyer and had ;nl\ iseal uis brother-in-law lei do likewise in case he was "picked up" before he left the country, hui Greenglass diel not. lb- also lold how In- and his wife and children Wenl in have the passport photos taken.] A. We wenl eivcr lo the shop, and We heeel these pictures taken; emd later that evening I picked the pictures up after they ware' done. And it wets during die week it wets Memorial Day, ami I remember I was off thai night. Julius came over, and I gave him the pictures ■n the hallway, because there were people in my bouse and I didn'l wanl the people to sec Julius coming to visil Q. Whal else happened on thai occasion? I think vnu seiiel thai wets in the hall outside of vour apartment. A. Thai was in the hall. He seiiel thai '"■ would come back and give me the additional money. Q. AVcll. had he given you any money "I' In lhal poinl ? A. He heul given me a thousand dollars. Q. When ha.l h.' given v hi' thou- •and dollars? \. When In' first came into lhe apart- '"'nl ami showed tne lhal Harry Cold ''ad been arrested. Q. Ih- heul given you ei thousand ''"liars in cash; is thai right? \. That is right. Q. Whal di.l miu dn xx ii li lhal thou- N"id dollars? \. I L-euc il In my wife-, who paid 'I- w Ith il eunl spenl il. generally. Q. Now, go ahead. From ihe time |v'"ii miu gave him lhe passport photos ;'' lul,I vmi In' would give you the' eeehli '"'"eil meen,'3 ? V Thai is right. ','. Anv further conversation al lhal 'nn,.? V \... he just left. Q. When wets the next eonvcrsellion "" this subject? . v Ih' came hack the following week, . believe ii wets, and ii wees in the morn- ""■ and he came into the apartment. *°fce in ,| ,,f |„.,| emd put 14,000 in bi ''ACTS ee paper, brown paper wrapping, nn the mantelpiece in lhe bedroom. And he then told me, "Let's go for a walk." because he wants to have me repeat the instructions be bad given inc. Q. Instructions he had given vou and loli! miu in memorize? A. Thai is right. I then wenl down Cnlumleiet Sinai lee Dclelnea'V Slrce't. eunl on the way I met two friends. Q. Tell us the circumstances nf vour leeting them. A. Thev were eiirnss tlie street from us and Julius said lo ignore them, hut 1 said I couldn't do that because they are friends of mini' and they would wonder why I walked by without saying anything. I crossed lhe street, ami Dianne rone of the friends] said. "Here is lhe forty dollars I owe vou." and she paid me hy check forty dollars. Q. W hiilt thev had owed vou; is thai right? A. That she had owed me. And Julius had cieisse'el thc street, walking a little ahead of us. and 1 then caughl up lo Julius etgetin. We we'll! eleiwn the' drive (Continued on Page 47) The IwlflnrWII r ■rSUIC* »J Mcooa 1 nt malirr Oct 17 IM1. at rria % 1 Nn Tort. W T. under th* act of March 1 ItT* Vol. XIX, No. 25 JUNE 20. 1954 Two Who Will Never Be Forgo!ten ►erg w cluir. died nobly .as champions of peace. Never, in .ill of history, th.l so great a part of mankind speak up in protest against, a monstrous fr.imcup. Tlie Pope in lhe Vatican, the PieNident of Kraiicc, •nfiif i*ipulalionj of nations, pleaded wit!) Pres- ideut l.isenhmvi t to sjure their lives. The world outcry on th* eve of their execution became so grc.it tint the Inited States Supreme Court split the isxik*. hut the majority in entnoidinarv .ion i :n;ned tlirmiih the feit.il decree. Thev tfierf iiu ■■.t- h*«t 'ans^Jni innrxeme antl falling f,„ been ere< led m died protesting tf peace. Monumei memory, as in Pans, and m a monument will be tuneum tery. Pinelawn. Long Island, greatest honur. the greatest monument tend, in their memory, the fight f ■ FORUM N'EWS, Matt, lur, Page 41
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