PAGE TEN BLtTHBVILTjf! Brooklyn Teacher Names 66 She Says Were Reds NEW Y6RK (AP) — A Brooklyn schoolteacher yesterday gave a House committee the names ol 60 persons she said she once knew as Communists. The teacher, Mrs. Dorothy K. Funn, 50, a Negro, testified thut many of the persons she listed were spectators at the televised public hearing of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. However, she was restrained from pointing them out by Committee Counsel Robert L. Kunzig, who said several of the persons were under subpoena to appear at today's, session. Mrs. Funn's testimony yesterday evoked some murmurs and snort- Ing from spectators In the packed room in Die Federal Building. The House committee Is holding "TAKE COVER"-"Barely" clothed in Army boots and helmet, thi» toddler poiet for Sgt. Frank Cordeiro, who won second prize with the photo In the all-Army photography contest. Sergeant Cordeiro Is based at Ft Meyer, Va. a week-long series of public hearings into the extent and success of Communist infiltration into education find entertainment. Band leader Artie Shaw preceded Mrs. Funn on the witness Rtnnd and testified that Communists had made him a "dupe" by using his name. He said, he attended Communist meetings but never joined the party. Mrs. Funn testified that she had been a Communist party member from 1939 to 1946. She said she was the legislative representative In Washington from 1943 to 1046 for the National Negro Congress, which she described as a Communist front. Wore Red Ties Lobbyists for several groups were allegedly Communists during this period, she testified, sometimes with and sometimes without their Red ties known to the groups' officers The teacher, who taught here from 1923 to 1943 and then returned to the city school system in 1947, listed 24 past or present New York City school employes here and 42 persons in Washington and Baltimore as having been known to her as Communists Mrs. Funn drew a jeer when she testified that party meetings she attended in Brooklyn were "underground eo to speak." Kunzig, the committee counsel, later noted that there was "hooting and sneering" through^ the daylong session and asked her if she recognized any of the hecklers. She replied, that she spotted quite a few spectators who are "former members of the Communist party' 'and "some of those I've named." There were grins by several persons in the audience. Mrs. Funn reeled off the names along with partial biographies. 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