It has come to my attention since my return to Pasadena that there have been some latent ambiguities in the article Clearing The Air On A Serious Rumor.
The problems were uncovered during an audit conducted in the ordinary course of their engagement by the outside certified public accounting firm of Rader, Cornwall, Kessler and Palazzo. With the assistance and cooperation of the internal accounting and auditing _department under the overall supervision of Mr. Jack Bicket, all of the final details were disclosed late this past summer. Lest there be any further concern about our outside auditors, please be advised, that Messrs. Rader and Cornwall have no connection whatsoever with the firm of Rader, Cornwall, Kessler and Palazzo.
With respect to Robert Kuhn, Mr. Helge and I felt that it was essential that we reveal his fifty percent ownership of the Texas corporation, although we have no reason to believe that he was in any way privy to the transfer of funds from the Work to the Texas corporation.
—Stanley R. Rader