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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1955
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. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Title File 057
Transcript CONTEST RULES LETTERS TO THE EDITORS: you/f'al 'et.terS of 150 or ,ess words to nation?! • Paper ahout any subject of than An "lter1est- » you need more divide il words to express your views, (era i ,, material into two or more let- wtters must have been published 'ers, in •ograra I"1 I i lilliie'—''el- regular Ii-'" >l»* „■ el more thn '2 t lo ,araclers ■ . >"'"«■" more than ivV^d one !,C',"I'"»-' spaces, so as no. ... ,:i«l)v,1!1''"' the Poll c„,d. EACH ?,JE8TIo5?ATxtENTER ONLY THREE ration*, J£ '^ ™E CONTEST. Your Ofllm Poll y "'' Published in lhe Fuels fu Cn i ,,"'.'•" 'hough they do not win T" c„rre, '' '.'"s wi" h'' Ji'dKfd for nSe"ess J' "1'i'iest, fairness and con Keep (Uestions ^ " Questions Ca» ' , n must be w answered Yes unloaded.' Ca" he",an,»"s' b,e, word('d s» that they No. nllllll V" n to i v little, I . . ahoiil I -'•■ ?£ 'p.- • ■' .ni1 -i i. .ii- * T FOR PROGRAM: SUBjEC ^NSWER^rJo"8 to be answered on the ll ^U p„,°[i AMERICANS program "ho *„.., * orunv. Dallas, Texas. Those o.'lotions which be a broadcast will send $f»iXnd. s',',.i0«e"af Westfons"which" become"the Se" ERS ROUNDUP: receive ;>nd uKl'Oli'te'/'fi's, for ibiJ program lo R^rWinlf R0UNDU1P, Mutual *i .ysti'm. ii, !ive c . Washington, I). (', Pl>ev. a du S^ATIVE ■ r"S Ho'", •eelv. r._th»ee quegtioM's'ubmUted'wili 1-purpose clocks. s^dT""8 PROSE: Prh,.es- Per'Jn Sure to Hat authors and yea"'*" i" F*NESdi»« in ««P* »in« su°scrinti WS Wl" receive one- mavn<Ts areP'°"s to FF NEWS. If thev 'n turn rflre.ady subscribers, they tion 1ant to ra,'s.'K|iate someone whom the In case f01ie 'he award subscrip- he „0ne with ,k dl|P''eation of entries, Used. ln the earliest postmark will pACTS FORUM in new,,,!, ave been published sent fni. . r ur magazine, and clipping ?5 six » .'?■ First award, $25 cash plus for ne-T " subscriptions to IF MOWS award t°innS "P«*ifiea by winner; second Wrinti'nn ! c.sh "llls r,° six-month sub- si"-n„nnn '° [F NEWS; third award, 30 with a i l s"bscl'il'tions to FF NEWS, ing in i, " avvaid of 5 records containers „h:',!' ?mo°t talks, for all other let- s'on nf.n facts Forum publishes. Deei- "rior t„"' ,Ke? wi'l he made four days ^eachSo^fc? "f th* FaC" For"m «T HAIF OF 1955 CONTEST: iionlhK s submitted by "on fie?,n,esl will he he LETTERS to the EDITORS . you for the -"... fnr ^"",l''Si will be held in compe- Jlme so ,'u- half-year coolest ending differei,r r ' , A J<«'k'"«t committee Hot „„.J ,"(,ni the monthly contest and »■ KvU ",is en ,. ,'l''',,,"r"''1' "I" he selected for ,,, ,, SLOnGAN: informal bestns?*ard of $32 „i|I be given for the ' 1,0'i'h n. ""oP'ea for use the following Harmon tn(, •V'osing; date is four days prior to I'"'"'- ' "lonthif Vf the Fads Forum Poll each S,"e sloW„ Person is Invited lo keep ' En'ries m" u" y '" ",is competition, 'ay be changed at any time. Ast °UEST'ONS: 0ffeH bri,!.64 ^"estion! Facts Forum ,!De«iveIv rS °l $B4' $:i2 a"d *"■'• »'• o?st questi™ ,he f^st, second and third he nionth ! "A ."hmittocl by readers for Lst must y ,:'"- Questioiui for the coii- Chan«"."St Hot Contain „ ,1 7') 1 st Award BATAAN VETERAN WRITES To the Louisville Courier-Journal: The Courier-Journal gave front page space to a news release from Tokyo which I,,1,1 of a nine-year-old girl's death. "Tokyo newspapers said she was the 13th school student to die of the atomic bomb this year." We have the A-bomb and the H-bomb because Tokyo and Berlin let loose tbe miseries of unlimited war. Let us cease Ihis morbid introspection about bow we killed and burl people in ihe process of winning a w;u- we did not want. We have too many fearful, weak- kneed sisters who feel we must expiate lhe sin of winning war. Such news rc- leases do not contribute to national .strength. Why not a Feature on the survivor.- of Bataan? I'm sure more than 13 have died ibis year and medical evidence coin,'riling the causes of death will nol be as vague as "symptoms similar to those found in victims of radiation poisoning." Norman Tant, Prof, of Edtic. P. 0. Box 477 (Wilson Ave.) Mint-head. Kentucky F.d. Note: Professoi Tant writes us: "Latest lliltiinii victim is I. 11. Knight. Snshrille. Tennessee, who died roily in week of November JI-J7. I. I,,", mu n Bataan veteran.' ■r, •::■ „- ft -:; 2nd Award ART IN THE SCHOOLS I'., the Chicago Daily Tribune: \\ i- read that foreign countries, par- licularly those on [lie far side of lhe iron curtain, arc producing scientists much faster than we in America. Is it any wonder? My three children, in the eighth and sixth grades, are kept busier vvilh art work than with mathematics, ... i spelling, grammar, and oilier basic subjects; As none of them has any artistic talent, the idea of splashing color to produce some abstract design is distasteful In I belli and to me. To see Ibcm work al such tripe when they should be slmlv inv mathematics and learning lo speak and read intelligently is enough to make anyone regret every cent of his school lax dollar. If ihis country should become engaged in another great war, our children will be well equipped to make devil masks to frighten the enemy away. They are certainly learning little on which to base a scientific education. A7//o Asmussen 140] West 174th St., E. Hazel Crest, III. 3rd Award HURTING MORALE To the Boston Post: The greatest secrel weapon thai has enabled lhe United Stales lo win all wars and retain our freedom has been lhe fearlessness and innate daring of all of our fighting men. Marxism knows it must destroy thai in order to control the world. Hence the publicized lists of U.S. prisoners and the tortures they undergo arc intended to pul fear of capture inlo lhe hearts of Veellll'J \n,erica. It is lime' we had an administration equally fearless as our sol,lies, who would drop the words "consistent with our foreign commitments" and "feasibility" or "short of war" and acquire a new "pro-American" vocabulary con- sistenl with the bravery and devotion of our fighting men and would sav we will rescue our soldiers hv "any means necessary." Tbe present Washington attitude of "fear and uncertainty" will eventually destroy the morale of our soldiers and all America because Marxism is planning il that way. G. Bacon '.M Walnul St., Newtonville, Mass. NEWS, February, 1955 4th Award REDS GAINING GROUND To the Dallas Morning News: I see by tbe papers a man wants to know if the Red conspiracy gained ground in 1954. I'm sorry to say it did. Russia picked up a lot of ground in Italy and lias tightened her grip on Hungary, East Ci'iinauy and sonic oilier countries. She has gained ground in India and England is becoming more conciliatory. She won al Berlin, Geneva and has taken Indochina from France. She now has Red Tilo in a friendly mood and in China she is building up her war machine, maybe lo bit Formosa. By tying up the United Slates Senate in the Army-McCarthy row, tbe Watkins ruckus and hanging black eye= on congressional committees, she has picked up a lot of ground in the Uniled States and is now picking up some more in the 13-prisoner incident. //. /,. Ilarrell Box 62, Argyle, Texas Page 55 I Ii
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