\. Senile- answer.
1,1. Evans F. Carbon?
A. Same answer.
(Continued from Page III
Q, I- that an apt description, Mr,
Hinton? Would lhal identif) you?
\. I hal certainl) could well refer to
me. I have written aboul a trip in China,
hut I certainly hail no knowledge of ils
being printed in this paper.
Q. Where was thai article published.
'hat v on w rote?
(Mr. Ilinlon conferred wilh his
'-on n set.)
A. I wrote an article about lhat sub-
iecl for the China Monthly Review.
0. Do you have a brother-in-law by
'lie name of Sidney Engst, E-n-g-s-t, who
;"nk- at a livi-s|,,e-k experimental station
'" Iniiet' Mongolia?
(Mr. Hinton conferred with his
A. Yes, my brother-in-law goes by
'hat name. I mean, he has that name.
Q. He goes bv that name?
V lhat is hi- name.
■» * «
Q. W eis he given lhat name by his
A. ) <■-. ei- tar ei- I know.
Q. Ih- i- married In vour sisler Joan?
V- Does she slill go by the name
I'1 Joan Hinton. or doe- she lake her
(Mr. Hinton conferred with his
A. s|lr goes bv the name of Joan
Q. She does nol lake lhe married
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..','• You ,li,l vi-it v ■ brother-in-law,
,ngst, in Inner Mongolia?
(Mr. 11 i 111, > 11 conferred with his
V. I decline I,, answer that, on lhe
"r"niuls of the Filth Amendment, as
,- Did vou v i-il vour sister in Inner
*- I decline to answer that, on the
, <• Did v on visit anv boelv iii Inni'i
. '■ I rcspccifullv decline in answer I
<*■ 'l 'in decline to answer whether
."" visited a -hoe shop, a drugstore, or
filling else, or lhe proprietor thereof?
,, *• I respectfully refuse lo answer
( . ■ ■ Now, Mr. Hinton. for ihe record.
"! you tell the committee how you
i- r,lved home, what mode of travel vou
1,1. W here did vou take the train?
A. I look ihe train from Peking
across Siberia, the Trans-Siberian Railroad to Prague. Czechoslovakia, From
there I Hew by plane lo London. From
England I took ei ship to Quebec,
O. You diel pass through Soviel
Russia, then, did you nol?
A. I traveled through thc whole of it.
(,). And vou bad a stopover in
A. I changed I rains in Moscow.
O. Diel you have any conferences or
conversations or meetings with anybodv
\. I decline' I,i answer that question,
on the grounds previously staled, the
I' ifth Amendment.
[ As testimony progressed, the committee s research director pointed out
lhat lhe Daily People's World has been
characterized bv ihe California Committee on Un-American \ctivities in its
report of 19 1," as "the West Coasl
mouthpiece of lhe Communist party."]
0. On vv lull kind of a passport did
vou travel when vou went through
Russia lo Prague?
A. At lhat lime, my United States
passport was invalid, because il had run
out. and I elid mil use il lo travel, ami
I could not renew il in China because
there wen- no American diplomatic representatives in China. So I traveled to
Czechoslovakia with a Chinese exil
Q. Did vou know a Mildred Price?
A. I decline lo answer.
Q. Madame Sun Yat-sen?
V I met her.
Q. Did vou have- anv dealings wilh
her in connection with ihe Communisl
\. I decline to answer lhal. on th.'
0. Did vou know a Gerald Tanne-
,- I came by plane, trai
\. I decline lo answer that question.
on the same vioiuul.
Q. Did vou know Israel Epstein?
\ I decline to answer.
Q. Frederic V. Field?
A. I decline to answer.
Q. T. \. Bisson?
\. I decline to answer, on the same
Q. Talitha Gerlach?
\. I decline to answer, on lln- same
O. Solomon Adler?
1,1. An- you a brother of Jean Ilinlon.
who wa- married to William Greem
\. Jean Ilinlon i- mv sister.
O. Did vou vi-it at the Greene home?
(Mr. Ilinlon conferred with his
A. I decline in answer thai question.
on lhe same' grounds.
O. Diel Veen ever helve eeecasion lo Slav
al lhe I'd ro Calienle Ranch in New
Mexico owned bv Mr. Robert Oppenheimer?
(Mr. Ilinlon conferred will, his
con II sel.)
A. I decline In answer, on the same
Q. 1 have here a Iel,'gram from Air.
Lloyd K. Garrison, attorney for Mr.
Oppenheimer. and I would like this to
be placed in the record al this lime
releitiv e lo Joan Hinton.
Ii reads as follows:
Confirming my telephone ,-eill in you the
passage From Dr. Oppenheimer's rahle le his
secretary responsive in your inquiry in the
Hinton matter read- ;,- follows: "We gave permission in Joan Hinton, mother and family, t,i
ee-,- mil ranch Perro Caliente in t pper Pecos
fur sunn: eece-k- during wartime Summer, prob-
eel.ly I'll.",. Joan Hi,,teen wee- niece of Sir Geoffrey Taylor, prominenl and mosl helpful at
ivartime Los Vlamos." Resl of Dr. Oppenheimer's e'eelelc ele-eelt with matters eel the in-
-litiiu- unrelated t,, your question. I trust thai
s,e far as yeeeir inquiry concerning tin- Hinton
matter is concerned, tin- information supplies!
i- adequate. If you require anything further,
please let me know.
O. Did you know Geoffrej Taylor?
\. I decline to answer lhal. on the
O. Is Geoffre) Taylor a relative of
\. I decline to answer thai, on the
O. Did vou all,-inI lhe Peking Peace
Conference in October of 1952?
A. I decline to answer, on the same
0. Did vou hear vour sister, Joan.
-peak at thai conference?
A. I lie, lint In answer, eeli the same
Q. W as vour sister there?
A. I ilecline tee answer, on the- same
O. I nilei the' Fifth Amendment?
A. On the' same basis.
O. I hand you. here, a copy of lhe
VationalGuardian and a picture' appearing there, and etsk vou if vou recognize
lhal as vour sister .bean's picture. That
is ai th.' Peking Peace Conference,
A. I ilecline' to answer that, on thc
O. Diel vou hear her attack lhe
I nited States al lln- conference?
A. I decline lo answer lhat. on the
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