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
Q. In other words, these five elif-
ferenl poses, he wanted five' copies nf
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
Q. AVcll. had he given you any money
"I' In lhal poinl ?
A. He heul given me a thousand
Q. When ha.l h.' given v hi' thou-
\. 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-
\. 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
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
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
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
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
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■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
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
innrxeme antl falling f,„
been ere< led m
died protesting tf
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,