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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 4, April 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date April 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript Assumed that an industry as virile as the. Automotive might consist of throwbacks to the discredited era of free enterprise. A businessman in those days when eon- hunted with such problems as increasing Competition, declining sales and profits, 'lid not prostrate himself before the great Rods in Washington. Instead by hard "oik and thought he met those problems I'y himself. Happily no such old-fashioned concepts confuse the minds of the auto deal- nv tor in keeping with the sophisticated trend today, the, look to the State for the solution of their problems. And, of course, no progressive-minded American worth his salt pays any attention to the fast disappearing handful of craekpots who believe that the essence of s°eialism is to look to the State for the s°Iution of the individual's problems. O. B. [ohannsen 825 Walnut Street Roselle Park, New Jersey NOT KNOWLEDGE ALONE '° 'he Louisville Courier Journal: tears ago. the president of one of our "West colleges seemed to have had a pre- '""nition ,,1 the limes ahead, long before "' infiltration of communism and infi- "'''isin. when he said, "Ihe influence of '"!' educated men will gradually under- '!11111' die lair fabric of our freedom when 'e spuit of Christianity has no perma- "'"I abode. Neither liberty nor learning, !'"' arts, nor arms, nor wealth, can stay "' decline of the people." ■ A situation of this kind will come to a r'.''"(l in the life of any nation that leaves J*°d out of the affairs of men; for the ( '}Y ol the world is heedless, rugged and I l,(l with Little regard for the morrow or "'"l;mity. But Lincoln's immortal words j..r(' still with us: "Let us have faith that "8ht makes might; and in that faith let to tl],. (,n(] (|al(. |„ (J0 0llr duty as we '""'''.stand it." Thomas L. Britton Oneida, Kentucky AMNESTY FOR REDS ■>> The Statesman: k],. Pre-Christmas petition to the Pres- ^ "t for amnesty for imprisoned Com- IjLT'sts that Eleanor Roosevell and other f. '""tided notables signed, was. on its v, "' seemingly timely. Maybe il was not i,. ' "Pressed iii words. In it it probably ii K ""'ant to be implied that amnesty "> du "III as an aci ol pacific reciprocity "e recent release of H,.,".'""ziiig with tl. >.„. /i''1'1 American , Hr,. '"''v forgot that American citizens or °t imprisoned, are not being exiled foil **ci'ted for non-conformity as in D;,,.. '' state countries, for being "mowed" <■'■' members. a|)|p'"''<' 't be that these petitioning not- ''i,i|| a"cied that informed citizens gen t-,r(p would forget that it is one of the On ,"•'! Red tactics to summarily impris- V'ii, /' nations' citizens for just such str,ii,..u ""gesture reciprocal bargaining lr»l,'„ A'"K Adelbert Cornell Middleton, Idaho CONSERVATIVES ASKED TO JOIN NEW NATIONAL POLITICAL PARTY To the New Bedford Standard Times: How many stay-at-home voters will there be in the 1956 presidential election^ Probably millions, who cannot in good conscience vote for either a New Deal Democrat or a New Deal Republican. We believe the American people have a right to a choice. Americans should have the opportunity to vote for a man win) Stands for the political principles expressed in our Constitution and Bill of Rights. Because the nominating machinery of both major parties is in the hands of the Socialist-Internationalists, we believe that the only way for (lie American people to have a real choice in 1956, is for a NEW PARTY TO BE FORMED which will nominate Constitutionalist, States Rights candidates. Kent Courtney 731 4 Zimpel St. New Orleans 18, La. THINKS MORE ADOPTIONS SHOULD BE ALLOWED To the Dallas Times Herald: Why must we continue to have orphanages in this country when the desire for children for adoption far exceeds the number of children available? These institutions remain crowded with children when there is absolutely no need at all for them to have to remain there. These children need a home and the love of a mother and lather, and certainly no institution can oiler even a reasonable substitute for these. I can easily understand the need for Orphanages in war-torn countries, but in (Ins country of ours. no. There would be a lol of Christmas trees that would glow just a little blighter this year if these children were placed in homes where they could live a normal, happy life. They belong in our society. Let's put them where they belong. H. S. Martin 5110 Reiger Dallas 11, Texas STRANGE DOCTRINE To the Los Angeles Times- How much so-called "inherent power" has our federal government and its agencies? On Nov. 8 the U. S. Civil Service Commission claimed "inherent power" to withhold information from the Congress, the press and the public. It also appears that "inherent'' treaty power lor the executive department was upheld by the Supreme Court in the ( nrtis-U right case. Is there no limit to how far the federal government can go under the claim of "inherent power"? The Constitution provides for a government of hunted and delegated powers. But if Americans are willing to accept this strange new doctrine of unlimited Inherent power for the government, of what use is the Constitution? 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Center Two Rivera KCLX* KSEM* KSEM" KOFE' KOFE" KHQ-TV" KTAC" VIRGINIA WKOTi WDNE, WTI.Ilt WA1IH .ille WETZ* WO AY-TV" WRON' WROX" WKWK* Wil IIII 14.50 1450 1450 1150 1150 6 850 Thurs Sat Sun Sun Sun Wed 1240 Mon 1240 Mon 14.50 Mon 1230 Mon 1330 Fri 4 Tues 1400 1400 1400 Sun 9:30 p 8:30 p 10:45 a 2:00 p 2:30 p 9:I5p 9:30 p 9:30 p 9:30 p 9:30p 10:00 a 111(111 p 10:15p 9:30 p W'lIBYl w vrw I WBIZt Kl'17.1 wrpGj WCI.OI WLCXf WMFM' wwoc WIGMf WI1DB' WHCO" WTRW' WTHW" WYOMING Cajpei KVOC' Cody KODI" Lander KOVF.t Powell kl'OW I Sheridan KWYOI Torrington KCOS" 1230 14(1(1 1400 1 150 1440 1230 1490 104.1 Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon .. Sun 980 To be announced 119(1 Mon 8:30 p 1400 Sun 6:00p 14.50 Sal 7:30 p I 590 To be announced 1590 To be announced 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30p 8:30 p 8:00 p 1230 1,1,1 1230 1 260 1410 1490 Sun Sun Mon Mon Mon Tues 7:15 p 7:15 p 7:30 p 7:30 p 7:30p 7:30 p l Forum News, April, 1956 Page 63
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