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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 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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Read rules of the FF contest on page 63 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 tn the June Poll Question Contest (72 spaces, or less). Vote the May Poll on page 65 of this issue. * Send your friends a subscription to Facts Forum News. Where else could you find so much of value for so little cost? 1-year subscription, $2, 3 years for $5. Enter My ] New ~2 Renewal Subscription NOW! "2 I enclose $5 for 3 years ~ ■ enclose $2 for 1 year FACTS FORUM NEWS 1710 Jackson Street, Dallas 1, Texas NAME (Please Print). Street City "When you run in debt you give to another power over your liberty." We are now going in debt for peace. Can we have both liberty and peace with our present debts? What follows the Hoover report? That investigation cost the taxpayers $2,765,534 to find out and recommend what every member of Congress knows and any taxpayer who reads the daily papers should know. They did not recommend two cars in every garage. We are trying to enjoy the highest standard of living ever known and blind ourselves to the lowest standard of political graft and skulduggery ever known. Everyone can run in debt, but we must all crawl out. Leon M. Sweet 90 Harding Avenue Newington ii, Connecticut GI BENEFITS LURE SERVICEMEN TO RETIRE To the San Diego Union: I would like to bring up a point in connection with the problem of keeping trained men in the services. Many learned men have suggested nuiking the services so attractive that men will want to continue serving, yet no erne has bothered to mention that the GI bill was designed to have exactly the opposite effect. Is it any wonder that a boy will refuse to re-enlist when he can get equal pay by going back to school? Tne wages now- paid the servicemen together with so- called "fringe benefits" compare favorably with pay in civilian life, therefore the' answer as" to why they refuse to stay Page 64 in must be found elsewhere. "Elsewhere" can be found in the little booklet entitled, "GI Benefits." If we cease making it so attractive for the GI to quit the service we will find many who will remain in for several enlistments. Tom B. Little 6825 San Miguel Lemon Grove, California IMMIGRATION LAWS NEED NO CHANGE To the Memphis Commercial Appeal: The Senate Immigration Subcommittee is holding hearings on proposals to revise the McCarran-Walter Act. Such organizations as the CIO and the AFL scream about unemployment areas and then run to the government to get something done about it, yet go on record as favoring higher immigration quotas. With our population increasing, cities and schools overcrowded, crime on the increase, and with two million people unemployed, why increase our immigration quota? Any major decline in our economy, with a mounting population such as we are witnessing, would bring masses eif unemployed, hardship, poverty and suf- ti-riiig. and another drastic change in our modern-day free enterprise- system. If it were true that the greater the populace, the more prosperity then China anel India would be the most prosperous nations on earth. Homes |. Lajuon 1593 Hollywood Memphis 8, Tennessee RADIO and TV SCHEDULES TEXAS - (Continued Sherman KMHV* KRIW** KSNYI KSTV* KSST* KXOXt KTEM" KTFS* ke:M<:° KTLW** KVWC) KV1C.I KANC-TV" KYBS* KYBS** KBEC* K1IGV* KRCV-TV*. Wichita Falls KWFT-TV** Snyder Sti-plii-nville Sulphur Springs Sweetwater Temple- Texarkana Texas City Vernon Victoria Waco Waxahachie Weslaco UTAH Brigham City Logan Price Salt Lake City St. Johnsbury VIRGIN ISLANDS I'luisti,insted. 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