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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955 - File 040. 1955-03. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/769/show/739.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 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 and brother of Joan Ilinlon. The record of this hearing is the principal source of information now available on Joan Hinton. Joan Hinton is herself important and her connections are important. In the scanty publicity given her is a suggestion that there may have been s,inn- kind of "cover-up" in the case. The author of the suggestion later appeared to 1„- of another mind. Perhaps it was fell once that lhe Joan Hinton case was being suppressed because of her connection wilh Oppenheimer. and lhal breaking il might break thc Oppenheimer case, discussion of which was then taboo I especially in periodicals devoted lo free. open, and fearless discussion of controversial questions i. \ow he a very good thing. I think thai, for instance, if in China, where I understand we are prepared to help with the generation of power in tin- Yangtze \ alley, il were possible and sollllil lo establish atomic power, it would he a very good thing lo do that through the I \ commission. In the same month Frank Oppenheimer participated in a round-table conference in San Francisco on atomic energy sponsored by tin Institute of Pacific Relations where "a scientist who had worked on lhe bomb" suggested lhal lhe Inited Slates "might supply atomic power plants lo nations who do not now have the needed power in develop their raw materials. One operating uranium pile in China." he continued, "might be- convincing testimony to lhe Chinese as well eis the resl of the —Wide World Photo Three Red army officers at Camden, S.C., to observe First Army maneuvers in 1941. Shown inspecting a U.S. Army plane, left to right. Major Paul Baraye, Col. Ilia Sarayev, and Col. Paul Berezin. that the Oppenheimer case has been opened up. perhaps it is felt lhal lhe Joan Hinton case, which mighl have served as a lever, is no longer needed. But the Oppenheimer ease is nol fullv settled, thanks lo Jeise-ph ami Stewart Alsop among others, lhe Lattimore case is not settled. The nature ami extent "I the power of Communisl China are not settled. Roberl ami Frank Oppenheimer were thinking about atomic power in China in 1915. In the- hearings on the Mi- Malm i Hill, in December, I1) 15. Senator Brien McMahon asked Roberl Oppenheimer: "Have you considered the possibility "f a I Ml ownership of such power plants as might he developed?' Oppenheimer replied: "I think il would Page 38 world, lhal we do nol intend to monopolize atomic power for our own selfish national interests. Then- is the basic idea ol the Atom- for-Peace Plan presented at lhe I nited Nations meeting December 8. 195.1. by our President, al lhe original instigation of Roberl Oppenheimer. Bul it was not necessary to wait foi official, legal motions to be made in order lo do something aboul "one operating uranium pile in China." Only. since it wee- Joan Hinton who would :',, lo China, instead of a uranium "pile" It mighl he a "water-boiler," and thai, as th,- \FC Director of Reactor Development said later, was the "mosl economical type of chain reactor." In lln- succeeding columns, Finis He sure mill see page 1~, —Wide World Pho'° Robert Oppenheimer Forum News presents a compilation ° authoritative material on Joan Hintofl. 1NSTIT1 TE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Owen LatHmore's testimony »"" fore tin' Senate Subcommittee "K resligoling the administration °t lite Internal Security Act and In"' in the Institute of Public Relation' hearings. The following are pt,T' lions of llir hearing March I"' 1952. Replies are by Lattimore. Q. . . . rea,ling of the name assiiH"" thai the witness has had some dealinff « illi the person. If not. the vv itness '" n quested to s,, stale when the nam'' '■' read. Then the question is: Iii vi"" de 'lings w illt this person, or in 8W other wen. eliel you ever know eer h"v' reason to believe lhat this person i- person under Communisl discipline0 who had voluntarily anil knowingly '''' operated or collaborated with Conn"" nisi party members In furtherance ol '''' Communist part) objectives? Mr. I-"' limine, do you understand thai as -'j\ plying to each name as we ffo ,|,,vv n '"' list? A. Thai is right. Q. The nexl name is Joan Chase H1"' Ion. A. The answer is "No." I knew »' veiv slightly. ',)■ Do \ mi know an) othei menil"'1 ol her familv ? A. *! es, I know her mother. Q. W ho is her mother, Mr. I \. II, i mother is the head of a -',|'"" in Vermont, Q. What is her name? A. Carmelila. j Q. Vre v.eu a member of the bo* of thai scl I, Mi. Lattimore? A. No; I don'l think so. FACTS FORUM NEWS, March, '' "an Cl, Q- We "„,, ''"•s. "'■re
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