man to take away our rights by executive agreements?
/. 0. Smith
810 Turner, Dallas 8, Texas
SOLUTION TO FORMOSA CRISIS
To the Portland (Me.) Press Herald:
lo achieve a cease-fire in the Far
East the lliilish offer now all the Nationalist-held islands near the China
coast, and, of course, a IN seat to the
Murderers of American hoys.
To appease the Keels they always
Were willing to sell into slavery other
nations and countries, even dividing and
making them half slave, half free.
To solve the Formosa crisis I would
like |i, suggest- lo follow Ihe Hrilish
example. Sinn' Formosa and the offshore islands an' essential to our defense, could we not offer lhe Red Chinese Hong Kong, which is on China's
■nainland, ami. if necessary. Singapore
'°o. They are nol essential either to
0"r or England's defense, and the Reds
*tll he' satisfied for the lime being ;il
Greenwood Mountain, Maine
URGES HOUSTONIANS TO
»TOP N.E.A. MEDDLING
'" the I Illusion Chronicle:
"'II. after a year of peace, "I Nrest"
'"* again come lo Houston via the
' \ I which could stand for "Nol
. '" association with I N, these intel-
ectuals \s.uii to dominate the minds of
^'ryone .Is. . and create ;i nation of
.'"nfoi mists." conformists to their
.'.''''•>- only. Thai is whal they call
/"'aili'inii' freedom." What they mean
! freedom tu teach ami preach onl) the
•s they decide an- suitable.
,.,.eis were unfolded hy Marx
'''"' Engels, inaugurated by Lenin and
■''in. copied lev Hitler and now have
^strong "rip on the New York and
ashington areas, from which they arc
,1|,|3' I., impose them on the resl of
. ' heir chief purpose' is to create
Nrest." I'nless lhe pee,pie of Houston
( '"'I their s, he,e,l system operated hv
''sillers, they will promptl) eiml em-
!' ''"ieeill, hall this continued intrusion
11 4eir eleemesli, elffelil'S.
Geo. ('.. Sehnilzer. Sr.
I". 0. Box 1347, Houston, Texas
-:.- -M- v; -::- -s;
*'$ WEEKS SCARE
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''"■ Chicago Tribune:
's very noticeable thai as soon as
American people become more an-
.?.'''' than usual al the appeasemenl
,,.! ".'"'- of the administration, the ad-
|j "stration tries to panic us bac
with another release saying lhat
single H-bomb will destroy all life on
umpteen square miles. All of New Jersey
was theoretically destroyed this week.
The American people are not too happy
eilinui our hoys rotting in Chinese jails
while the administration depends on the
communistic-socialistic I IN to gel them
Can the American people he forced
through fear lo accepl a poliev of coexistence, of softness to communism?
Iii. I. Box ini.Oeonoinow,,,. Wisconsin
To the Cincinnati Enquirer:
The approaching speech by the Presidenl on federal aid for education
alarms me greatly. Lovers of freedom
and states' rights have long fought federal intervention.
The money has to be gol from the
seiiiii- e,ld milch cow the American pul,
lie. Why should il he scni lo Washington
and pay lhe expenses of a federal bureau before it returns? W hy should
nut stale and local taxes lake care of il
in lhe firsl place?
Now the' Supreme Courl has ruled
thai lhe stales may nol make their own
decisions regarding segregation in
schools. Doe's the federal government
have lhe righl lo intervene in state
school systems a righl which has been
reserved to the states? \merica has the
besl school system in the world. Let it
he expanded hy lhe same methods lhat
built il local bond issue's and stale' support. Let's kei'p our schools under lined
Mrs. Carl II . kitizmtin
815 Center St., Milford, Ohio
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To Everybody's Weekly
i London, England >:
How skillfully lhe Communists issn,
the invitations to \ i-iI Russia. They pick
clergymen who have misse'el their vocation and were clearly intended for politics; exhibitionists who will de, anything
for a headline; philosophers who write
woolly I ks; and liberal-minded people
who are feeir game for a confidence
./. />'. Brownlie
Flal I''. '2<> M.i'i-eorn Place,
London YYV. 8, England
To the Chicago Tribune:
ll was mosl unfortunate that Dag
Hammarskjold found il necessary to
give his opinion on the admittance of
Red China to tin- I \ on his return from
Peiping. He asserted thai it would l.e
"useful'' I., have Keel China "that verj
greal country" represented in lln- I N.
.Mr. Hammarskjold knows full well
FORUM NEWS, April, 1951
that it would not hi' the 60(1 million
people' of China who would he represented, hut the Red Peiping regime
which now has control oxer the' peeeple-s
of China. These are the men who plan-
neel ein aggressive war againsl the Re-
public of Korea; who ordered American
prisoners shot in the back with their
hands lied; who have sneeringly admitted lhal they lied, retaining UN
prisoners of war after signing the armistice agreeing lo return all prisoners.
Just the' kinel of rulers by force', brutes,
and liars we need more of in the UN.
according to the Secretary General of
Thelnltt T. Robinson. M.I).
606 No. Rodeo Drive.
Beverly Hills. California
"WHAT HAVE AMERICANS
To the Monroe (Fa.) Morning World:
A reeenl letter I see Facts Forum
Sews for March. 1955. page 58) ends.
"What have Amerii euis to fear.''"
Americans have Americans to fear
We have to fear these Americans who
succeeded in winning Red Russian recognition, many still in positions of in-
fliieiue. those' Americans who insist we
maintain diplomatic relations with Soviel countries, who insist we trade with
them ami subsidize "allies" presently
increasing trade w ith them.
We have to fear those- Americans who
turned Teheran. Yalta and Potsdam inlo
ei whitewash, who sabotaged our Korean
weir and paved the way for betrayal of
another thirteen million people into Soviel slavery.
We have to fear those Americans who
years ago turned the old Democratic
party into ;i .socialistic party, who in '52
betraved the Republican parly to lhe
same gang of one-worlders, giving us a
single party w ith tw o labels.
^es. Vniei'ieeins have Americans to
Leslie I. Shaw
122 E. Ave. 15, Los \iiiu-les. Calif.
March 22. 1955
Southwestern Advertising A- Mar-
keting, March issue, carries an article
suggesting thai advertisers in reaching
th.' public ADD PATRIOTISM TO
(their) ADS. A our advertising agency,
if located in lhe Southwest, will have a
The Editor of Southwestern Advertising & Marketing. Southland Life
Bldg., Dallas. Texas, invites letters of
suggestion regarding ihis idea. If you
favor advertisements which carry plugs
for patriotism, this is an opportunity
for you lo make practical suggestions
and ids,i let your sentiments he known
where' it COUntS.