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INVESTIGATION OF THE UNAUTHORIZED USE OF 
UNITED STATES PASSPORTS— PART 5 



HEARING 



BEFORE THE 



COMMITTEE ON UN-IMEEICAN ACTIYITIES 
HOUSE OF REPeI 8MTATIVES 



EIGHTY-FIFTH CONGRESS 

FIRST SESSION 



JULY 26, 1957 



Printed for the use of the Committee on Un-American Activities 



(INCLUDING INDEX) 




UNITED STATES 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
96278 WASHINGTON : 1957 



COMMITTEE ON UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES 

United States House of Representatives 

FRANCIS E. WALTER, Pennsylvania, Chairman 

MORGAN M. MOULDER, Missouri BERNARD W. KEARNEY, New York 

CLYDE DOYLE, California DONALD L. JACKSON, California 

JAMES B. FRAZIER, Je., Tennessee GORDON H. SCIIERER, Ohio 

EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana ROBERT J. McINTOSH, Michigan 

Richard Arens, Director 

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CONTENTS 



Fase 
Synopsis vn 

July 26, 1957: Testimony of — 

Susan Warren (Susan Mildred Heiligman Frank) 1346 

Index i 

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Public Law 601, 79th Congress 

The legislation under which the House Committee on Un-American 
Activities operates is Public Law 601, 79th Congress [1946], chapter 
753, 2d session, which provides: 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States 
of America in Congress assembled, * * * 

PART 2— RULES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Rule X 

SEC. 121. STANDING COMMITTEES 
******* 

17. Committee on Un-American Activities, to consist of nine Members. 

Rule XI 

POWERS AND DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 
******* 

(q) (1) Committee on Un-American Activities. 

(A) Un-American activities. 

(2) The Committee on Un-American Activities, as a whole or by subcommit- 
tee, is authorized to make from time to time investigations of (i) the extent, 
character, and objects of un-American propaganda activities in the United States, 
(ii) the diffusion within the United States of subversive and un-American propa- 
ganda that is instigated from foreign countries or of a domestic origin and attacks 
the principle of the form of government as guaranteed by our Constitution, and 
(iii) all other questions in relation thereto that would aid Congress in any necessary 
remedial legislation. 

The Committee on Un-American Activities shall report to the House (or to the 
Clerk of the House if the House is not in session) the results of any such investi- 
gation, together with such recommendations as it deems advisable. 

For the purpose of any such investigation, the Committee on Un-American 
Activities, or any subcommittee thereof, is authorized to sit and act at such 
times and places within the United States, whether or not the House is sitting, 
has recessed, or has adjourned, to hold such hearings, to require the attendance 
of such witnesses and the production of such books, papers, and documents, and 
to take such testimony, as it deems necessary. Subpenas may be issued under 
the signature of the chairman of the committee or any subcommittee, or by any 
member designated by any such chairman, and may be served by any person 
designated by any such chairman or member. 

Rule XII 

LEGISLATIVE "oversight BY STANDING COMMITTEES 

Sec. 136. To assist the Congress in appraising the administration of the laws 
and in developing such amendments or related legislation as it may deem neces- 
sary, each standing committee of the Senate and the House of Representatives 
shall exercise continuous watchfulness of the execution by the administrative 
agencies concerned of any laws, the subject matter of which is within the juris- 
diction of such committee; and, for that purpose, shall study all pertinent re- 
ports and data submitted to the Congress by the agencies in the executive branch 
of the Government. 



RULES ADOPTED BY THE 85TH CONGRESS 
House Resolution 5, January 3, 1957 

* * * * * i: ^t 

Rule X 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

1, There shall be elected by the House, at the commencement of each Con- 
gress, 

******* 

(q) Committee on Un-American Activities, to consist of nine Members. 
******* 

Rule XI 

POWERS AND DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 



17. Committee on Un-American Activities. 

(a) Un-American activities. 

(b) The Committee on Un-American Activities, as a whole or by subcommittee, 
is authorized to make from time to time investigations of (1) the extent, char- 
acter, and objects of un-American propaganda activities in the United States, 
(2) the diffusion within the United States of subversive and un-American prop- 
aganda that is instigated from foreign countries or of a domestic origin and 
attacks the principle of the form of government as guaranteed by our Constitu- 
tion, and (3) all other questions in relation thereto that would aid Congress 
in any necessary remedial legislation. 

The Committee on Un-American Activities shall report to the House (or to the 
Clerk of the House if the House is not in session) the results of any such investi- 
gation, together with such recommendations as it deems advisable. 

For the purpose of any such investigation, the Committee on Un-American 
Activities, or any subcommittee thereof, is authorized to sit and act at such times 
and places within the United States, whether or not the House is sitting, has 
recessed, or has adjourned, to hold such hearings, to require the attendance 
of such witnesses and the production of such books, papers, and documents, and 
to take such testimony, as it deems necessary. Subpenas may be issued under 
the signature of the chairman of the committee or any subcommittee, or by any 
member designated by any such chairman, and may be served by any person 
designated by any such chairman or member. 

:): 4= 4: * * H: * 

26. To assist the House in appraising the administration of the laws and in 
developing such amendments or related legislation as it may deem necessary, 
each standing committee of the House shall exercise continuous watchfulness 
of the execution by the administrative agencies concerned of any laws, tlie subject 
matter of which is within the jurisdiction of such committee; and, for that 
purpose, shall study all pertinent reports and data submitted to the House by 
the agencies in the executive branch of the Government. 



SYNOPSIS 



On July 26, 1957, the Committee on Un-American Activities, in 
executive session, interrogated Susan Warren Frank who has been 
identified in public documents as a functionary of the Communist 
Party in New York City. 

Diu-ing the committee's hearings on the use of American passports 
by Communist Party members and adherents Playwright Arthur 
Miller denied that in 1943 he had apphed for membership in the 
Communist Party and that he had been assigned to the Stuyvesant 
Club of the Communist Party. At the time of the interrogation of 
Miller, the committee possessed information that he had been pro- 
posed for membership in the Communist Party by Susan Warren 
[Susan Warren Frank]. 

In the course of the interrogation the witness was shown a photo- 
static copy of IMiller's application for membership in the Communist 
Party bearing the signatiu-e of Sue Warren [Frank]. She invoked 
the fifth amendment with respect to this application, and to all other 
questions dealing with her Communist activities. 

The investigation of the Committee on Un-American Activities 
shows that, in addition to serving as a Communist Part}^ functionary, 
Susan Warren Frank has lectm^ed at the Jefferson School of Social 
Science and has ^vritten articles for such Communist publications as 
Masses and Mainstream, Far East Spotlight, and New World 
Review. As a lecturer and as an author she has consistently endorsed 
the Communist regime in China and the Kremlin's policies in the 
Far East. Although she has been publicly described b}^ the Com- 
munist press as an "expert" in this field, it is noteworthy that, in 
her appearance before the committee, Miss Warren admitted that 
she had never traveled outside of the United States and therefore 
possessed no firsthand knowledge of conditions in that part of the 
world about which she lectured or wrote. 

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INVESTIGATION OF THE UNAUTHORIZED USE OF 
UNITED STATES PASSPORTS— PART 5 



FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1957 

United States House of Representatives, 

Subcommittee of the 
Committee on Un-American Activities, 

Washington, D. O. 

executive session ^ 

The subcommittee of the Committee on Un-American Activities 
met in executive session, pursuant to call, at 10:20 a. m., in room 226, 
Old House Office Building, Washington, D. C, Hon. Francis E. Walter 
(chairman) presiding. 

Committee members present: Representatives Francis E. Walter 
and James B. Frazier, Jr. 

Staff members present: Richard Arens, director, and Donald T. 
Appell, investigator. 

The Chairman. The committee will be in order. 

I have designated as the subcommittee Representative James B. 
Frazier, Jr., of Tennessee; Representative Gordon H. Scherer, of Ohio; 
and myself. 

(The orders respecting the appointment of the subcommittee follow:) 

Order for Appointment of Subcommittee 

JuLT 24, 1957. 

Pursuant to the provisions of law and the rules of this committee, I hereby ap- 
point a subcommittee of the Committee on Un-American Activities, consisting 
of Representatives Clyde Doj'^le and Gordon H. Scherer, associate members, and 
myself, Francis E. Walter, as chairman, to conduct a hearing in Washington, 
D. C, on Friday, July 26, 1957, at 10 a. in., on subjects under investigation by 
the committee and take such testimony on said day or succeeding days, as it may 
deem necessary. 

Please make this action a matter of committee record. 

If any member indicates his inability to serve, please notify me. 

Given under my hand this 24th day of July 1957. 

. (Signed) Francis E. Walter, 
Chairman, Committee on Un-American Activities. 



Order Filling Vacancy on Subcommittee 

July 25, 1957. 
Hon. Clyde Doyle having resigned as a member of the subcommittee heretofore 
appointed on the 24th day of July 1957 to conduct hearings at Washington, D. C, 
I hereby appoint Hon. James B. Frazier, Jr., as a member of the said subcom- 
mittee in the place and stead of Hon. Clyde Doyle. 

1 Released by the committee and ordered to be printed. 

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The director of the committee is directed to immediately notify the appointee 
of his appointment and to file this order as an official committe record, in the 
order book kept for that purpose. 

Given under my hand this 25th day of July 1957. 

(Signed) Francis E. Walter, 
Chairman, Committee on Un-American Activities, 

House of Representatives. 

The Chairman. Tlie purpose of the session is to undertake to 
procure additional information respecting the use of United States 
passports by Communists and persons under Communist Party 
disciphne and to develop facts respecting propaganda activities 
engaged in by the Communist Party and its members with the end 
in view of possible remedial legislation. 

Call your first witness, please, Mr. Arens. 

Mr. Arens. Miss Warren. 

The Chairman. Do you swear that the testimony you are about to 
give will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, 
so help you God? 

Miss Warren. I do, 

TESTIMONY OF SUSAN WARREN (SUSAN MILDRED HEILIGMAN 
FRANK), ACCOMPANIED BY COUNSEL, IRA GOLLOBIN 

Mr. Arens. Will you kindly identif}^ yourself by name, residence, 
and occupation. 

Miss Warren. My name is Susan Warren. I live at 110 Chris- 
topher Street, New York City, and at the moment I am. a housewife. 

Mr. Arens. You are appearing today in response to a subpena 
which was served upon you by the House Committee on Un-American 
Activities? 

Miss Warren. Yes, sir. 

Mr. Arens. And you are represented by counsel? 

Miss Warren. Yes. 

Mr. Arens. Will counsel kindly identifj- himself. 

Mr. GoLLOBiN. I am. Ira Gollobin, 144i Broadway, New York. 

Mr. Arens. Would you kindly tell us of any names under which 
you have been known other than the name under which you are 
appearing today? 

Miss Warren. Well it is Susan Frank. 

Mr. Arens. Then your husband's name is Richard Frank, is that 
correct? 

Miss Warren. That is correct. 

Air. Arens. Wliat was your maiden name, please? 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss Warren. Susan Mildred Heiligman. 

Mr. Arens. Would you Idndly spell that name? 

Miss Warren. H-e-i-1-i-g-m-a-n, 

Mr. Arens. Have you also been known as Sue Warren in addition 
to Susan Warren? Have you been professionally known that way? 

Miss Warren. Well, it's a diminutive of Susan. 

Mr. Arens. Give us, if you please, a word about your own per- 
sonal background. Where were you born? 

Miss Warren. In New York City, 

Mr. Arens. And a word about your education? 



UNAUTHORIZED USE OF PASSPORTS 1347 

Miss Warren. I went to public school and high school in New 
Jersey. I graduated from Rutgers University with a bachelor's 
degree, and that is it. 

Mr. Arens. What did you do from the standpoint of occupation 
after your graduation from Rutgers? 

Miss Warren. Well, I was a dramatic arts major. I worked in the 
theater from time to time. 

Mr. Arens. When did you graduate from Rutgers? 

Miss Warren. 1938. 

Mr. Arens. What degree did you receive? 

Miss Warren. A. B. 

Mr. Arens. Tell us your first occupation after your'^graduation, 
your first principal occupation. 

Miss Warren. I was in a play, 

Mr. Arens. Was that a professional appearance? 

Miss Warren. Well, no, actually it was somewhat amateur. 

Mr. Arens. What was the play, if you recall? 

Miss Warren. It was Awake and Sing. 

Mr. Arens. How long did you participate in that enterprise? 

Miss Warren. That was the summer theater. 

Mr. Arens. Wliat was your first professional activity after you 
graduated from Rutgers? 

Miss Warren. Well, I would decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Wliy? 

Miss Warren. Well, I don't think it's necessary to say why, I 
just simply decline. 

Mr. Arens. I respectfully suggest, Mr, Chairman, on the basis of 
the status of this record, that the witness be ordered and directed to 
answer the question. 

The Chairman. You are directed to answer the question. 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss Warren. I am sorry. 

The Chairman. I direct you to answer the question. 

Miss Warren. Well, I must continue to decline on the basis of 
the first and fifth amendments, and I also don't see the pertinency of 
this question to the legislative objective. 

Mr. Arens. What was your next employment? 

Miss Warren. I decline that on the same basis. 

Mr. Arens. Was there any employment which you had in the 
course of the next few years concerning which you could tell this 
committee without giving information which, in your judgment, 
might be used against you in a criminal proceeding? 

Miss Warren. I simply decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Where were you last employed? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that, 

Mr, Arens, Wlien were you last employed? 

Miss Warren, I decline to answer that, 

Mr, Arens. I respectfully suggest, Mr. Chairman, that the witness 
be ordered and directed to answer the question. 

The Chairman, You are directed to answer that question. 

Miss Warren, I continue to decline under the same basis. 

Mr, Arens, Have you ever applied for a United States passport? 

Miss Warren, No. 

Mr. Arens. Have you ever traveled abroad? 



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Miss Warren. No. 

Mr. Arens. Have you ever been connected with an organization 
known as the Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern PoHcy? 

Miss Warren. I decHne to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. I w^ant to display to you now, if you please, a photo- 
static reproduction of a 1948 letterhead of the Committee for a 
Democratic Far Eastern Policy, in which your name, Susan Warren, 
appears as a member of the board of directors. 

Kindly look at that letterhead and tell us whether or not you would 
verify its authenticity. 

(The document was handed to the witness.) 

Miss Warrecj. I decline to answer that. 

Mr, Arens. Mr. Chairman, I respectfully suggest that this docu- 
ment, as well as the succeeding documents which will be submitted 
to the witness, be ordered by yourself to be appropriately marked and 
incorporated by reference or reproduced in this record. 

The Chairman. They will be marked and identified. 

(Document marked 'Warren Exhibit No. 1," and retained in 
committee files.) 

Mr, Arens. Have you ever participated in the New Theatre League 
program, do you recall, back in 1938? 

Miss Warren. I would decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. We would like to display to you, if you please, a copy 
of the Communist Daily Worker of Februarj^ 1, 1938, in which your 
name appears as one of the actresses in the New Labor Theatre on 
New Theatre Night. 

Kindly look at that document and see if you can help us by verifying 
the authenticity of your designation as one of the actresses in that. 

(The document v\^as handed to the witness.) 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

(Document marked ''Warren Exhibit No. 2," follows:) 



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Mr. Arens. Have you evei been an instructor at the Jefferson 
School of Social Science? 

Miss Warren. I decline to ans-^er that. 

Mr. Arens. I should like to display to you now a photostatic re- 
production of a portion of the bulletin of the Jefferson School of Social 
Science, September-December of 1948, the fall term, in which you are 
identified here as an instructor, vSue Warren, bachelor of arts, Rutgers, 
formerly educational dnector, New York County Committee, Com- 
munist Party. 

Kindly look at this document we shall now display to you and see if 
you can verif}^ its authenticity. 

(The document was handed to the mtness.) 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. I take it you are declining for the same reasons? 

Miss Warren. Yes, thank you. 

(Document marked "Warren Exhibit No. 3" follows:) 



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nstructors and guest lecturers 



APTHEKER, HERBERT Ph.D., Columbia U. Author: American Negro 
Slave Revolts; Essays in History of American Negro; Negro People 
in America; To Be Free. 

BACON, ELIZABETH M. A.B., Bryn Mawr. Editor, Young World 
Books. International Publishers. 

BARKER, ELIZABETH A.B., Stanford U. Studied at Graduate In- 
stitute of International Studies, Geneva 

BARTLETT, FRANCIS H. M.S. Columbia U. Author: Sigmund Freud: 
A Marxian Essay. Contributor to Science and Society. At present 
working in a psychiatric clinic. 

BERRY, ABNER W. Member of Editorial Board, Daily Worker and 
Political Affairs. 

BLAU, MILTON American poet, published both here and abroad. 
Forthcoming volume of poetry. Editorial Board, Masses- Mainstream, 

BLOK, HELAINE Studied at the U. of Wisconsin and with Hanya 
Holm, Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey. Taught dancing for CIO. 
Stage for Action and privately. Member, Choreographers' Workshop. 

BLYNN, BETH Studied with Aaron Goodelman. Exhibited, Brooklyn 
Museum, ACA Gallery Collective Show. 

BRADLEY, FRANCINE Ph.D., N.Y.U. Graduated, Berne College. 
Switzerland. Taught in Wales, Madeira, Switzerland and at N.Y.U. 
and the George Washington Carver School. 

BURTON, BERNARD Labor Correspondent, Daily Worker. .  

CHAPMAN, LENORE B.A., Hunter. Concert pianist. Taught at Music 
School Settlement. Chairman, Music Teachers Committee, Teachers 
Union. 

COE, S. M.A., U. of California." Member, American Psychological 
Association. Specialist in personnel administration. 

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SHAW, MARVIN A.B., Brooklyn College. National Student Director, 
Communist Party. ^ 

SILLEN, SAMUEL Ph.D., U. of Wisconsin. Taught English at U. of 
Wisconsin and N.Y.U. Editor of Wall Whitman: Poet of American 
Democracy. Editor, Masses-Mainstream. 

SISKIND, BEATRICE Formerly with Abraham Lincoln School, Chi- 
cago, and School of Jewish Studies. Education Department, N. Y. 
State Committee, Communist Party. 

SKLAR, SARAH B.A., Hunter. N.Y.U. Fine Arts Center. Teacher of 
community classes in art. 

SOLMAN, JOSEPH Well-known American artist. Art Editor, Masses- 
Mainstream. 

SQUIER, GEORGE B.A., Columbia U. Trade Union Director, Jefferson 
School, Taught at Columbia, Brooklyn College and C.C.N.Y. 

STERN, SELMA Studied with Martha Graham. Taught at Studio of 
Musical Education and Alexander Robertson School. 

STOCK, ETTA B.A., Hunter. Has taught children's groups in camps 
and institutions. 

STONE, PETER Science Editor, Daily Worker.^ 

TARAIL, MARK M.S. in Ed. C.C.N.Y. New York School of Social 
Work. Director of Organization, Local 19, UOPWA-CIO. Formerly 
Director, Toronto YMHA. 

VINITSKY, RUTH Concert and radio pianist. Studied with Hinde- 
mith and Riegger. Taught at Hunter College High School. 

WARREN, SUE B.A., Rutgers. Formerly Educational Director, N. Y, 
County Committee, Communist Party. " 

WEINSTONE, WILL Author, Great Sit Down Strike in Auto, and 
The Case Against David Dubinsky. Director, N. Y. Workers' School,' 
1939-1943. N. Y. State Educational Director, Communist Party. ^- 

WEISE, MYER Formerly member. Executive Board, Local 22, 
I.L.G.W.U. 

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Mr. Arens. Do you know a person by the name of Ai'thur Miller? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Why? 

Miss Warren. On the basis of the first and fifth amendments. 

Mr. Arens. Do you honcsti^y tliink that if you told this committee 
whether or not you know tlie plaj^wright Ai'thur Miller you would be 
supplying information which might be used against you in a criminal 
proceeding? 

Miss Warren. I don't believe that it's pertinent. I continue to 
decline on the basis of the first and fifth. 

Mr. Arens. I should like to explain to you the pertinency of it. 

Mr. Arthur Miller v/as a witness before this committee in the course 
of the series of hearings which this committee has been conducting 
on the problem of Communists and those under Communist Party 
discipline using American passports. In the course of those proceed- 
ings, it was_developed|that Islv. Artliur Miller did use a United States 
passport. 



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We want to have this information now as to whether or not you know 
Mr. Miller because a succeeding question will be whether or not you 
have known him or know him as a Communist. With that back- 
ground, I respectfully request that j^ou answer the question. 

Miss Wakren. I must continue to decline. 

Mr. Arens. I should like to displaj^ to you an application for 
membership of one A. Miller in 1943 which indicates that he, A. 
Miller, then living at 18 Schermerhorn Street, Brookljm, N. Y., 
occupation, a writer, was proposed for Communist Party membership 
by one Sue Warren. 

Kmdly look at this reproduction of the card and tell us whether or 
not you are the Sue Warren indicated on this card as having proposed 
membership of A. Miller. 

(The document was handed to the witness.) 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Why? 

Miss Warren. I simply decline on the basis of the first and fifth 
amendments. 

(Document marked "Warren Exhibit No. 4," follows:) 

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Mr. Arens. Where were you living in 1943? 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 
, jMiss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. I respectfully suggest that the witness be ordered and 
directed to answer that question, Mr. Chairman. 

The Chairman. You are directed to answer the question as to 
where you lived in 1943. 

Miss Warren. I must decline to answer that. 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss Warren. On the basis of the first and fifth amendments. 

The Chairman. When you say 'T must decline," you mean "I de- 
cline"? You are not under compulsion. 



1354 UNAUTHORIZED USE OF PASSPORTS 

Miss Warren. That is the formality of the situation. 

Mr. Arens. Were you living in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1943? 

Miss Warren. I decline. 

Mr. Arens. Were you living in the State of New York in 1943? 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss Warren. I decline. 

Mr. Arens. You could help this Committee on Un-American 
Activities. 

Miss Warren. Would you mind if I changed seats with Mr. Gol- 
lobin? I have a little trouble with my ears. 

Mr. Arens. Would you help us by signing yom' name "Sue Warren" 
so that we could see if the signature is your signature? 

Miss Warren. I decline on the basis of the first and fifth amend- 
ments. 

Mr. Arens. You feel that if you would actually sign your name 
for the purpose of comparing these signatiu'es, you would be supplying 
material which could be used against you in a criminal proceeding? 

Miss Warren. I simply decline. 

Mr. Arens. I suggest that the witness be ordered and directed to 
answer the question. 

The Chairman. You are ordered and directed to answer the ques- 
tion. 

Miss Warren. I am sorry. I decline on the basis of the first and 
fifth. 

Mr. Arens. Are you right now a Communist? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that on the basis of the first 
and fifth amendments. 

Mr. Arens. Have you been an author of certain articles appearing 
in New World Review and Masses and Mainstream? Could you help 
us on that? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. I should like to displa}^ to you now, if you please, a 
series of publications. 

This is Mainstream of January 1957, in which the author of this 
particular article is identified as Susan Warren. I invite your atten- 
tion to that issue; also the November 1955 issue of New World Review, 
in which one Susan Warren, writing about the Soviet Union and China, 
is identified as a student and writer on Far Eastern affairs, formerly 
editor of the publication Far East Spotlight; New World Review of 
September 1955, in which Susan Warren is author of an article; New 
World Review of January 1954, in which Susan Warren is author of 
an article; New World Review of August 1954, in which Susan Warren 
is an author of an article; New World Review of April 1956, in which 
Susan Warren is identified as an author of an article; New World 
Review of July 1956, in which Susan Warren is identified as an author 
of an article; New World Review of May 1956, in which Susan Warren 
is identified as an author of an article; and New World Review of 
October 1956, in which Susan Warren is identified as an author of an 
article. 

Would you kindly glance at these respective publications and tell 
us whether or not you could verify the authenticity of your identifica- 
tion there as the author of those several articles? 

Miss Warren. I decline to do that on the basis of the first and fifth 
amendments. 



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(Documents marked "Warren Exhibit No. 5," and retained in 
committee files.) 

Mr. Arens. In the various articles to which I have just alluded, 
you are identified as an expert on Ked China or on the People's Re- 
public of China and Far Eastern matters. 

Can you kindly tell us what is the nature of your background and 
experience that would qualify you as an expert in that respect? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Wl\y? 

Miss Warren, t simply decline on the basis of the first and fifth 
amendments. 

Mr. Arens. Do you honestly feel that if you told this committee 
truthfully the nature of the experience you have had which qualifies 
you as a so-called expert on the People's Republic of China and the 
Far East that you would be supplying information which might be 
used against you in a criminal proceeding? 

Miss Warren. I simply decline under the same basis that I men- 
tioned before. 

Mr. Arens. Have you been on the editorial committee or chairman 
of the editorial committee of Far East Spotlight? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. I lay before you now an exhibit which is the masthead 
of the publication, Far East Spotlight, a report on United States 
policy and internal events in China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, 
Southeast Asia, and India, in which you are designated as chairman 
of the editorial committee. 

Kindly look at this exhibit, and teU this committee if you could 
help us by verifying the authenticity of your designation. 

Miss Warren. I decline on the same basis. 

(Docimient marked "Warren Exhibit No. 6" follows:) 



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Waeben Exhibit No. 6 



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FAR EAST SPOTLIGHT 

A report' on U. S. Policy and internal events in China, Japan, Kor«a, th* 

Philippines, Southeast Aiia and India. 




OCTOBER, 1950 



Vol. VI. No. Ill Price 20 Cenis 

A Halt to Slaughter— An Editorial 3 

FACTS ON TAIWAN (FORMOSA) 4 

Crisis in America's Far Eastern Policy 

by Kumar Goshal \ . . . 10 

A Trade Unionist Looks At Korea 16 

Man Sei, Koreal 

by Ralph Izard 18 

World Press Comment 19 

Documents 

Ho Chi Minh's Message to the American 
People 

Ho Chi Minh on U.S. Intervention in 
Indo-China ^9 

Interview with Kim II Sung 30 



OFFICERS OF THE COMMIHEE FOR A DEMOCRATIC FAR EASTERN 

POLICY: 

Maud Russell, Executive Director Philip O. Keenay, Traaiurar 

CommiJf'S's fo* a D*m<iS.r.'itfe Leonard Leader, Asst. Ex. Dir. William Kerner, Wert Coart Dlr. 

per nss'ern PoH^v EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Hugh Bryson, Abraham Chapman, Rev. John Darr, 

SO Ssst HiK Sirv^t Jr.. Morris Davis, Hugh DeLacy, James Durkin, Talitha Gerlach, Ira Gol- 

K> ~ V L "t M V lobin, C. E. Johansen, Rita Jucld, Rev. J. Spencer Kennard, Paul Robeson, 

N«V ,ork -J, t*. ». - Nathan Rock, Arthur Schutier, Chu Tong, Jeanette Turner, Jeffrey Van Cllef, 

* , ,«  . .1 Susan Warren. 

5iibs'"-i'«.pfions. %2 sY^*"" 'W ™* 

11 c J *-- V. «V r. -.^tr The Editor will considar manuscripts submitted, but assumes no rejpon- 

U.&. ants ^..anfoa. _ :»J . a vtiM ,ibi|ity regarding them. All editorial Communications should b« addroiMd 

«br-a»d:, fi.-,«te wpcw ?,C cen«, to Susan Warren, Chairman of Editorial Committee. 



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yj Mr. Arens. Have you also been the author of certain articles which 
appeared in Our Times during the late forties? 

Mr. GoLLOBiN. Do you have the publication with you? 

Mr. Arens. I have here a thermofax reproduction of part of an 
article appearing in Our Times of June 1949 respecting the Far East, 
particularly Red China, in which you. Miss Warren, appear as the 
author. 

Kindly look at that article and tell us if you can verify the authen- 
ticity of your designation there. 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss "Warren. I decline to answer that. 

(Document marked "Warren Exhibit No. 7," and retained in 
committee files.) 

The Chairman. Were you ever editor of the Far East Spotlight? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

IMr. Arens. When did you last see Arthur Miller or have any 
association or contact with him? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Have you been in contact with him, or has he been in 
contact with you, in the course of the last year? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Why? 

Miss Warren. I decline. I just decline on the basis of the first 
and fifth amendments. 

Mr. Arens. I would like to display to jou now, if you please, an 
original article or advertisement appearing in the Communist Worker 
under date of September 10, 1944, page 7, in which a number of persons 
are listed here as part of the formation group of the Communist 
Political Association, including yourself. Sue Warren. 

Kindly look at that document and see if you could verify its au- 
thenticity in its designation of you. 

Miss Warren. I decline for the same reasons. 

(Document marked "Warren Exhibit No. 8," follows:) 



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Wakken Exhibit No. 8 

The Worker, September 10, 1944, p. 7 

September 12th -An Important 

Three months have passed since the formation of the Communist Pulilieal A»aocistlion, All 
CPA clubs in the city will hold their fir&t quarterly membership meetings oo Tuesday, September 
12th. At these meetings the executive committee of each club will report on the cluli's activities for 
the past three months and will at the same time bring a plan ef action to cover the period between 
now and elections. 

Some of the former Communist Party members have been unable up to tbi-i lime to enroll 
int^ the new organization. The September 12th meetings offer an opportunity to all lo enroll into the 
CPA and help clear the decks for the decisive political tasks ahead. 

Attend your club's quarterly meeting on September 12th!*' Help your club pSan its important 
work for the next two months! Do ^yonr part in carrying through tkis decisive campaign! 



iVEW YORK COUNTY 






Club 


Place of Meeting 


Speaker 


EA»T SIDE 


5 Eotcers St. 


ESTHER CANTOR 


SACCO TANZETTI 


*37 BItecker St. 


I8R.AEL AMTER 


CHELSEA 


369 W. S«h St. 


BOBERT MINOR 


Vn-LAGG Srd 


Bsnk St. Scboota, e» Baak Hi. 


RUTH CLARKE 


4tU A.D. 


IM Clinton St. 


ARNOLD GEOSSFELO 


WEST MIOTOWN 


sas W. 4»tli St., 1 flifht up 


REV. ELIOT WHITE 


«tlt AD. 


658 E. Sth St. 


H. OLKIN 


COLVMBCS BILL 




NORA pendij:ton 


JEFFERSON 


SOI W. 7Sn(I SL, Kooia 2l« 


ELIZABETH BARKER 


Sth A.D. 


StHjrrEant Caslaa. 1*2 Seeoaf At«. 


BENJAMIN J. DAVia, JR. 


HKNBV HUDSON 


BoUl Ntntoo. iSZS BrmdwBr 


LOUIS WRINSTOCK 


IIU EAST 


■MM Eiehih Are. 


ALEX SCH4KKFER 


UNITY CENTER 


27« Breadway 


BILL LAWRC.VCE 


TUBMAN 


7S W. !)9th 9t. 


FLOEENCK SI ONE 


MIDTOWN- 


Sladuon S4. Church Haiu«, 
30th 3t. A 3rd At*. 


V. J. JEROME 


STDYVESANT 


Wedermann-i Hall, 166 3rd Avew 


ALAN MAX 


JOHN BROWN 


Church af Masters, 

l%2Dd St. & Mornineilde Ave. 


JOHN Q ROBINSO.S 


UNITED NATIONS 


S47 E. 7Snd St. 


SDB WARREN 


TOBKVIILLE 


350 E. Slst St., ROOB S 


MICHAEL SINC^R 


HOSTOS 


1349 Madison Ave. 


MARINA tOPEZ 


18th SOUTH 


iO* E. »9th St. 


LENME LEONARD 


COLVMMA 


17t E. 116th St. 


MART TEST.\ 


£Ut A.D. 


70S St. Nicholas A»«. 


JOSEPH NORTH 


BEN DAVIS 


MIS Seventh Ave. 


MAX GORDON 


LINCOLN DOUGLASS 


433 Lenox Ave. 


ELIZABETH G. FLTNft 


HEIGHTS UNITY CLUB 


49S W. 145th St. 


ALBERTO MORGAU 


FOUR FREEDOMS 


PsramODtit Mansions, 

ISSrd SI. A St. Nicholas A»». 


ABRAH.AM CHAP.MAN 


INWOOD 


139 Dyckraan St. 


GEORGE MILLSTONE 



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KINGS COUNTY 

JOSE DIAZ 

K1N<;S HIGBWAT 

MIDWOOD 

AVE U 

BRANCH No. 6 

CACCHIONE— S 

BRIGHTON 

MATTEOTI 

4th A.D. 

JEFFERSON— S 

BAH RIDGE 

FOUR FREKDOMS 

BORO PARK 

JEFFERSON— 11 

KENSINGTON 

CACCHIONE— IS 

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CONEV ISLAND 

LINCOLN— IS 

MAPLETON 

TOM PAINE— 16 

BATB BEACB 

WHITMAN 

HARRIET TUBMAN 

TOM PAINE— 18 

RUGBY 

EAST FLATBUSH 

UTICA CENTER 

RtOGEWOOD 

PARK.SIDE 

WINDSOR 

EAST NEW VORK 

OLGIN-OCEAN HILL 

BRONX (OINTY 

GOOD NEIGHBOR 

WILiilNS 

FORURAM 

Mr. EDEN 

PELHAM 

ALLERTON 

MU^HOLU-NORWOOD 

WEST CONCOURSE 

CROTONA 

WEST FARMS 
ELIZABETH G. FLTNN 
DOUGLASS 
^SIMPSON 

Wr.STCHESTER 

PAKKCHESTER 

WILI.IAMSBRIDGE 

BURNSIDE 

MOSHOI.U-JEKOMK 

VAN COKTLA\DT 

A[^TER 

OLF.ENS COl'NTY 

ASTORIA 

CORONA 

FAR ROCK A WAY 

FOREST HILLS 

HAMMF.LS 

JACKSON HEIGHTS 

SUNNySIDE 



Place of meeting 



260 Foiton St. 

809 Kinga Hishwar 

14011 Avenue J 

]50:{ Avenue V 

Itvfi O«orgi« Ave. 

46 New Lots Are. 

8200 Coufy IsUnd A»*.^ 

539 Henry St. " 

716 Bedford Ave. 

Refina Manfinn, OOt Wlll*athbr Al 

5306 Fourth Ave. 

309 Flatbush Ave. 

4903 ISth Ave. 

1188 President Bt. 

30S Church Ave. 

54 Graham .Ave. 

298 So. 2nd St. 

8338 Mermaid Ave. 

7309 20th Ave. 

IMOV isih Ave. 

176 Avenue O 

2075 86th St. 

»27 Kings Highway 

1G60 Fulton St. 

372 Kingston Ave. 

482 E. 62nd St. 

1124 Clarkson Ave. 

289 litica Ave. 

12.'i7 Willoughby Are. 

848 Flatbush Ave. 

4003 lath Ave. 

806 Sutter Ave. 

375 Saratoga Ave. 



809 Westchester Ave. 
1331 tVilkins Ave. 
1 E. Fordhsm Road 
12.-1 E. ITOth St. 
2080 While Plains Ave. 
270U Olinvillo Ave. 
3092 Mull Ave. 
1 E. lG7tll St. 
Bronx Winter Garden. 

1874 W.'ishington Ave* 
1013 K. Tremont Ave. 
373 Willis Ave. 
931 Tinton Ave. 
Hunts Point Palace. 

lG3rd St. Sc Southern Blvd. 
1.590 Westchester Ave. 
147X White Plains Rd. 
3r.7X White Plains Rd. 
9 W. Burnside Ave. 
3111 Jerome Ave. 
3S8.-. Scdsewick Ave. 
Bronx Cultural Center, 

17.'>3 Boston Road 

Ba-ley's Kail, 32-11 Steinway Ave., 

Astoria, L. I. 
lO.j-03 Northern Blvd.. Corona, I. I. 
J847 Mott Ave,. Far Rockaway. N. Y. 
120-14 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills, L. I. 
7105 Beach Channel Dr., Arverne, L, I. 
40-14 H2nd St.. Jackson Heights, L. I. 
4(>-l4 Queens Blvd., Sunnyside, L.I. 



Speaker 



PETER V. CACCHIONE 
A. LANDY 
HARRT RAYMOND 
DAVE ROSENBERG 
ELI ROSS 
ROSE WORTIS 
MAK BEOAfHT 
MITCH BERENSON 
JOE KOBERTS 



WILLIAM ALBERXSON 
GEORGE JOHNSON 
BOB REED 
DAVID AMARIGLIO 
BELLK BEBERFALL 
JOHN MIDDLETON 
JAMES SHODKI.L 
HERB HARRIS 

NAT SLUTSKY 
DOROTHY LOEB 
JAMES W. FORD 
HARCr PROTTER 
SAM Mil. ORAM 
JIM BARKER 
DAVB PLATT 

A. B. MAGIL 
LESTER 7,IRIN 
SAM KANTER 
MOTneR BLOOR 



ISIDORE BEGUN 
SAMUEL BROWN 
SENDER GARLIN 
MAX SALZMAN 
PAUL NOVICK 

A. TRACKTENBERG 

B. SCHILLER 
GILBERT GREEN 
WILLIAM Z. FOSTER 

IJ:NA DAVIS 
MAVNARD KING 
ESTHER LETZ 
FANNIE GOLOS 

FLORENCE BLOCK 
LOUISE MITCHELL 
VRED MARINI 
CHARLES KAliFMAN 
REBECCA GKECHT 
LEM HAP.RIS 
MORRIS G.\INOX 



MARTIN YOUNG 

FAY VEDRO 
SUSAN RAUCH 
JOSEPH STAROSIN 
HANNIE BLUM 
DAVID COLOWAY 
WILLIAM NOSM.\N 



// your club i« not titled above, call your County office. 



Mr. Arens. I should like to display to you an advertisement or 
announcement in the Communist Daily Worker of September 8, 1945, 
in which a number of people announce their support for the reelection 
of Benjamin J. Davis, Jr., in New., York City. Among these persons 
so designated is Sue Warren. 

Kindly look at this document and tell us if you can verify the 
authenticity of the designation there. 

Miss Warben. I decline for the same reasons. 

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Mr. Arens. Aladam, where were you living in 1945? 

Miss Warren. I decline for the same reasons. 

Mr. Arens. I respectfully suggest that the witness be ordered and 
du'ected to answer that question. 

The Chairman. You are dhected to answer the question. 

Mr. GoLLOBiN. When? 

Mr. Arens. 1945. 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss Warren. I decline for the same reasons. 

Mr. Arens. Were you working in an office, or was yom* address 
103 East 110th Street, room 25, New York City, in 1945? 

Miss Warren. I decline. 

Mr. Arens. You have authored articles for the Worker, the DaUy 
Worker in New York City? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that for the same reasons. 

Mr. Arens. "WTiat has been the principal source of yom* income in 
the com'se of these last 5 years? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Have you had an outside incom.e for yourself other 
than the support which your husband has given to you? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that. 

Mr. Arens. Do j^ou know whether or not Ai-thm- Miller, the play- 
wi'ight, has ever been a mxember of the Communist Party? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that for the same reasons given. 

Mr. Arens. Have you ever served in a closed Communist Party 
meeting with the playwright, Arthur Miller? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that for the same reasons. 

Mr. Arens. Do you know whether or not the playwi'ight, Arthur 
Miller, is now under Communist Party discipline? 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that for the same reasons that 
I have given. 

(The witness conferred with her counsel.) 

Mr. Arens. Do you know, or have you ever known, a person by 
the name of Arnaucl D'Usseau? 

Miss Warren. I decline to answer that for the same reasons. 

Mr. Arens. Mr. Chau^man that will conclude the interrogation of 
this witness. 

The Chairman. I have no questions. 

Do you have any questions, Mr. Frazier? 

Mr. Frazier. I have no questions. 

The Chairman. The subcommittee will be in recess. 

(Whereupon, at 10:50 a. m., Friday, July 26, 1957, the subcom- 
mittee recessed, subject to the call of the Chair.) 



INDEX 



Individuals 

Page 

Albertson, William 1359 

Amariglio, David 1359 

Amter, Israel 1358, 1360 

Aptheker, Herbert 1351, 1356 

Arnold, Jack 1349 

Bacon, Elizabeth M 1351 

Barker, Elizabeth 1351, 1358 

Barker, Jim 1359 

Bartlett, Francis H 1351 

Beberfall, Belle 1359 

Bedacht, Max 1359 

Begun, Isidore 1 359 

Bengal, Ben 1349 

Berenson, Mitch 1359 

Berry, Abner W 1351 

Bidien, Charles 1356 

Blake, George 1360 

Blau, Milton 1351 

Block, Florence 1359 

Blok, Helaine 1351 

Bloor, Mother (Ella Reeve) 1359 

Blum, Mannie 1359 

Blynn, Beth 1351 

Bonnell, Sam 1349 

Bradley, Francine 1351 

Brown, Samuel 1359 

Bruskin. Perry 1349 

Bryson, Hugh . 1356 

Burton , Bernard 1351 

Cacchione, Pete 1360 

Cacchione, Peter V 1359 

Cambridge, John 1349 

Cantor, Esther 1358, 1360 

Capitman, William 1356 

Carnovsky, Morris 1349 

Chapman, Abraham 1356, 1358 

Chapman, Lenore 1351 

Clark, Maurice 1349 

Clarke, Ruth 1358 

Coe, S . 1351 

Cronin, Kathleen. {See Ruuttila, Julia.) 

Dale, Thelma 1360 

Darr, Joim, Jr.. 1356 

Davis, Benjamin J., Jr 1358-1360 

Davis, Lena. 1359 

Davis, Morris 1356 

Deane, Hugh 1356 

DeLacy, Hugh 1356 

Dodd, Bella 1360 

Durkin, James 1356 

D'Usseau, Arnaud 1361 

Epstein, Israel 1356 

Flynn, Elizabeth G 1358, 1360 

Ford, James W 1359 

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ii INDEX 

Page 

Foster, William Z 1359 

Frank, Richard 1346 

Frank, Susan Warren. {See Warren, Susan.) 

Fujii, Shiju 1356 

Gainor, Morris 1359 

Gannett, Betty 1360 

Garlin, Sender 1359 

Gaulden, Rose 1360 

Gerlach, Talitha 1356 

Goldwav, David 1359 

Gollobin, Ira 1346, 1356 

Golos, Fannie 1359 

Gordon, Mac. 1360 

Gordon, Max 1358 

Goshal, Kumar 1356 

Grecht, Rebecca 1 359 

Green, Gilbert 1359 

Grossfeld, Arnold 1358 

Hagelberg, Gerhard 1356 

Harris, Herb 1359 

Harris, Lem 1359 

Hernandez, Amado V 1356 

Himoff, Mary 1360 

Ho Chi Minh 1356 

Izard, Ralph 1356 

Jerome, V. J 1358 

Johansen, C. E 1356 

Johnson, George 1 359 

Judd, Rita 1356 

Kaghan, Theodore 1349 

Kanter, Sam 1359 

Kaufman, Charles 1359 

Keating, Fred 1349 

Keeney, Phihp O 1356 

Kennard, J. Spencer 1356 

Kerner, William 1356 

Kim II Sung 1356 

King, Maynard 1359 

Kraft, H 1349 

Landy, A _ 1359 

Laurence, Josh 1360 

Lawrence, Bill 1358 

Leader, Leonard 1356 

Lee, Will 1349 

Leonard, Lennie 1358 

Letz, Esther 1359 

Littell, Bishop 1356 

Loeb, Dorothy 1359 

Lohman , Charles 1360 

Lopez, Marina 1 358 

Magil, A. B 1359 

Marini, Fred 1359 

Max, Alan 1358, 1360 

Meyers, Blackie 1360 

Middleton, John 1359 

Milgram, Sam 1359 

Miller, Arthur 1352, 1353, 1357, 1361 

Millstone, George 1358 

Minor, Robert 1358 

Mitchell, Louise 1359 

Moreau, Alberto 1358 

Norman, William 1359 

North, Joseph 1358 

Novick, Paul 1359 

Odets, Clifford 1349 



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Olkin, M 1358 



Pendleton, Nora _. 1358 



INDEX iii 

Page 

Perlo, Victor 1356 

Piatt, Dave 1359 

Pollen, Luke 1349 

Popper, Martin 1356 

Protter, Marcy 1359 

Rauch, Susan 1359 

Raymond, Harry 1359 

Reed, Bob 1359 

Roberts, Joe 1359 

Robeson, Eslanda 1356 

Robeson, Paul 1356 

Robinson, John Q 1358 

Rock, Nathan 1356 

Roland, Sam 1349 

Rosenberg, Dave 1359 

Ross, Eli 1359 

Ross, Ben 1349 

Russell, Maud 1356 

Ruuttila, Julia (also known as Kathleen Cronin) 1356 

Salzman, Max 1359 

Sass, Lou 1360 

SchaefFer, Alex 1358 

Schiller, H 1359 

Schutzer, Arthur 1 356 

Shaw, Marvin 1352 

Selsbee, Elizabeth 1356 

Shodell, James 1359 

Sillen, Samuel 1352 

Simon, Hal 1360 

Singer, Michael 1358 

Siskind, Beatrice 1352 

Sklar, Sarah 1352 

Slutsky, Nat 1359 

Smedley, Agnes 1356 

Smith, Art 1349 

Solman, Joseph 1352 

Squier, George 1352 

Stachel, Jack ' 1360 

Starobin, Joseph 1359 

Stern, Selma ^ 1352 

Steuben, John 1360 

Stock, Etta 1352 

Stone, Florence 1358 

Stone, Peter 1352 

Struik, Dirk J 1356 

Sues, Ilona Ralf - -- — _ — -. 1356 

Tarail, Mark 1352 

Testa, Marv 1358 

Tewksburv,' Donald G 1356 

Thompson, Bob 1360 

Tong, Chu 1356 

Toohey, Pat ^ 1360 

Trachtenberg, A 1359 

Turner, Jeanette 1 356 

Van Clief, Jeffrey 1356 

Vedro, Pay . - 1359 

Vinitsky, Ruth --_ 1352 

Wallace, Henry — 1 356 

Warren, Brett - 1349 

Warren, Susan (Mrs. Richard Frank; nee Susan Mildred Heiligman).. 1346-1361 

(testimony) 

Watson, Morris 1356 

Watts, Richard, Jr -- 1356 

Weinstock, Louis ----- 1358, 1360 

Weinstone, Will 1352 

Weise, Meyer 1352 

Wellman, Saul . --- 1360 



iv INDEX 

Page 

White, Eliot 1358 

White, Maude 1360 

Wilkerson, Doxey 1360 

Wiseman, Sam 1360 

Wortis, Rose 1359, 1360 

Young, Martin 1359 

Zirin , Lester 1359 

Zwering, Arthur 1 349 

Organizations 

American Theatre Council, Group 570 1349 

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy 1348, 1356 

Communist Party, New York County Committee 1349, 1352 

Communist Party, New York County 1360 

Abe Lincoln Club 1360 

Ben Davis Club 1360 

Chelsea Club 1360 

Columbia Club 1360 

P^ast Harlem P. C. Club 1360 

East Midtown Club 1360 

East Side Club 1360 

Four Freedoms Club 1360 

Freedom Road Club 1360 

Harriet Tubman Club 1360 

Heights Unity Club 1360 

Henry Forbes Club 1360 

Henry Hudson Club 1360 

Hostos Club 1360 

Liwood Club 1360 

John Brown Club 1360 

Lincoln-Douglas Club 1 360 

Nat Turner Club 1360 

Olgin Club 1360 

Sacco-Vanzetti Club 1360 

Stuyvesant Club 1360 

Thomas Jefferson Club 1360 

Tompkins Square Club 1360 

United Nations Club 1360 

Unity Center Club 1360 

Village Club 1360 

Village Victory Club 1360 

West Midtown Club 1360 

Yorkville Club 1360 

Communist Political Association 1357-1360 

Communist Political Association, New York: 
Bronx County: 

Allerton'Club 1359 

Amter Club 1359 

Crotona Club 1 359 

Burnside Club 1359 

Douglass Club 1359 

Elizabeth G. Flvnn Club 1359 

Fordham Club," 1359 

Good Neighbor Club 1359 

Mosholu-Jerome Club 1359 

Mosholu-Norwood Club 1 359 

Mount Eden Club 1359 

Parkchester Club 1359 

Pelham Club 1359 

Simpson Club 1359 

Van Cortlandt Club 1359 

Westchester Club 1359 

West Concourse Club 1359 

West Farms Club 1359 

Wilkings Club 1359 

Williamsbridge Club 1359 



INDEX V 

Communist Political Association, New York — Continued 

Kings County: Page 

4th A. D. Club 1359 

Avenue U Club 1359 

Bath Beach Club 1359 

Bav Ridge Club 1359 

Boro Park Club 1359 

Branch No. 6 Club 1359 

Brighton Club 1359 

Cacchione Club 1359 

Cacchione-13 Club 1359 

Coney Island Club 1359 

East Flatbush Club 1359 

East New York Club 1359 

Four Freedoms Club 1359 

Harriet Tubman Club 

Jefferson 6 Club 1359 

Jefferson 11 Club 1359 

Jose Diaz Club 1359 

Kensington Club 1359 

Lincoln-14 Club 1359 

Lincoln-16 Club 1359 

Mapleton Club 1359 

Matteoti Club 1359 

Midwood Club 1359 

Olgin-Ocean Hill Club 1359 

Parkside Club 1359 

Ridgewood Club 1359 

Rugbv Club 1359 

Tom Paine-16 Club _ 1359 

Tom Paine-18 Club 1359 

Utica Center Club 1359 

Whitman Club 1 359 

Windsor Club 1359 

New York County: 

4th A. D. Club . 1358 

6th A. D. Club . 1358 

8th A. D. Club 1358 

11th East Club 1358 

18th South Club 1358 

21st A. D. Club . 1358 

Ben Davis Club 1358 

Chelsea Club 1358 

Columbia Club 1 358 

Columbus Club 1 358 

East Side Club 1358 

Four Freedoms Club 1358 

Heights Unity Club 1358 

Henry Hudson Club 1358 

Hostos Club 1358 

Inwood Club 1358 

Jefferson Club 1358 

John Brown Club . 1358 

Lincoln Douglass Club 1358 

Midtown Club 1358 

Sacco-Vanzetti Club 1358 

Stuy vesant Club 1358 

Tubman Club 1358 

United Nations Club 1358 

Unity Center Club 1358 

Village 3d Club 1358 

West Midtown Club 1358 

Yorkville Club 1358 



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Communist Political Association, New York — Continued 

Queens County: Page 

Astoria Club 1359 

Corona Club 1359 

Forrest Hills Club 1359 

Far Rockawav Club 1359 

Hammels Club 1359 

Jackson Heights Club 1359 

Sunnyside Club 1359 

Far East Spotlight 1354-1357 

Jefferson School of Social Science 1350 

New Labor Theatre 1348, 1349 

New Theatre League 1348, 1349 

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