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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 4, April 1956 - File 066. 1956-04. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1119/show/1115.

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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.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • 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 •""■ HELP THE I'll M OF FREEDOM • Call or write friends to listen in on Fads Forum air shows. Type or write a list of stations on which they can hear ami see FF programs and mail the list to them. • If you cannot hear or see FF Radio and TV programs in your area, ask your >lation to carry them. • Commend TV and radio stations for presenting FF. Your letters will help offset the ones they receive from critics of the FF idea of giving both sides. • Ask newsstands for the Facts Forum News and if they do not carry it, ask them to do so. • Get your club or discussion group to raise FF poll questions in their meetings. • Write editors, columnists and commentators your informed opinions on problems facing the American people. Enter the published clippings of letters containing 150 or less words in the FF letter contest. Read rules of the FF contest on page 62 of this issue. • Write Facts Forum. Dallas, Texas, for material which will assist you in getting business friends interested in ADDING PATRIOTISM TO THEIR ADS. • Pass your copy of Facts Forum News around to friends so they may judge if they wish to subscribe. • Submit three questions to enter in the May Poll Question Contest (72 spaces or less). Vote the April poll on page 65 of this issue. • Send your friends a subscription to Facts Forum Neieg. Where else could you find so much of value for so little cost? 1-year subscription, $2, 3 years for $5. Enter My □ New ] Renewal Subscription Now! 1 ENCLOSE $2 □ FOR 1 YEAR. I ENCLOSE $5 □ FOR 3 YEARS. FACTS FORUM NEWS America s Most Thought-Provoking . Magazine NAME- Pleose Print STREET.. ZONE_ _STATE_ SWEDEN MADE IT STICK To the Chicago Tribune: The smiling Russian farmers, visiting here, should fool no one in his right mind. The Russian tyrant has not changed. "By their works ye shall know them." There is, however, one country Russia has not fooled. That country is little Sweden. Russia is Sweden's traditional enemy. The Swedes have not been taken in by Russian sweet talk and smiles; they just keep on building up their defenses on land, sea and air. Not so long ago, the Russians shot down a Swedish plane over the Baltic Sea, whereupon the Swedish government issued strict orders to "shoot to kill" any Russian plane attacking a Swedish plane. The result — no more Swedish planes shot down. If little Sweden can talk this way to Russia, and make it stick, so can we, the strongest nation on earth. We have had ample proof that Russian tyrants cannot be trusted. America, keep your guard up. Otto H. Olson 804 East C Street Iron Mountain, Michigan UNESCO (Continued from Page 27) As I understand what Mr. Combs is saying, there is no inherent conflict between UNESCO and a belief in God. I quite agree with him. And I think arguments against UNESCO based on the ground that one cannot support UNESCO and be a practicing Christian are, of course, sheer nonsense. I do understand people urging good Christians to join UNESCO precisely because it would be rather good to infiltrate such organizations, for example, that nominate a man like Ralph Turner to head so important a project as a history of the world. Mr. Ralph Turner happens to be a very aggressive atheist. Although it is true there is nothing inherently atheistic in UNESCO, it is certainly an organization whose tendencies in certain very critical respects have been to put in strategic positions people who arc aggressively atheist. Let's look at who heads this organization. It's had three heads. The first was Julian Huxley, a noted atheist Socialist. The second was Mr. Jaime Torres Bodet of Mexico, a Minister of Education in Mexico, also a noted Socialist and centralist, and also an atheist. And most recently, Mr. Luther Evans, who came from the Library of Congress, where he rushed to hire security risks the moment they were fired from the State Department; for example, Mrs. Esther Brunnauer. Question: Recently, a United Nations tribunal in Geneva decided it was not necessary al all for It United Stales citizen working for UNESCO, or any other United IS* tions organization, to have allegf ance or loyalty to the United State'- What is your opinion? Kendall: Enthusiasts for UNESCO get to assuming that the new world order, to be governed by the netf world bureaucracy, has already been created, that we're really Hv' ing in that kind of world. Therefore they sort of repeal the obligation to be patriotic to one's oW country. Let's all agree that conceivably it might be desirable that a millennium should be ushered to, when patriotism to one's oW country will no longer be necessary. I don't particularly look lot" ward to it. Combs: I thoroughly agree that it >s wrong that the UN appellate tribunal should have ordered either the reinstatement or the paymeB of these men because tn* UNESCO Director-General ha<> fired them, since UNESCO provides that loyalty to one's o^ country must be a touchstone ". his availability as an employee '' UNESCO. That is still true, & cept that the UN tribunal, sin* this is a part of it, has ordered t,'t payment of these salaries as ;1 alternative to their being rehfefl I think it's wrong; I don't agf* with it. ^ WHAT ARE MAGAZINES MADE OF? We commonly think of magazines IJ| terms of art work, photographs an1' subject matter or copy. These are t'" ingredients which largely determBr* our interest in any periodical. Tne manner in which these elements al1 presented (layout and type faCflSj governs a magazine's readability ;,nC pleasing appearance. Likely you have l,a,l the feeling th"' Facts Forum News is easier to r,,,l( than it used to be, perhaps with"11 realizing why. There is a reason. ** are now using a new and more legibf type face to set the body matter. H 'j slightly Larger, more rounded, an fuller in its de8ign than the type faO" that we previously used. The woffl stand out clearly and legibly, asa making it more readable. This i11,, provement will he easily apparent a copy of any issue before Febo-ia™ is compared with this one. . Better typography is only one ol ["' many improvements that are constat* ly being made to give our readers better magazine. 0 Sen >Yes 8 78 •32 92 14 81 36 Tl 9 Page 64 Facts Forum News, Apri%
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