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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 7, August 1955 - File 067. 1955-08. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1399/show/1396.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 7, August 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date August 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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Transcript Y \1. I e.lel. check l» FACTS FORUM POLL QUESTIONS Closes August 10 Yes No J Should trade be increased with Communisl countries? Zl O Are public schools educating tor good American citizenship? Zl Cl Should each state be allowed i<> decide its segregation issue? [] Ihis the Supreme Courl overstepped its constitutional functions? DO Should foreign aid be continued while the I ,S. is heavil) in debt? [] Is there Communisl propaganda in today's schooibooks? Z) D Should the ( .S. control distribution of lln- Salk vaccine? What they''re saying DD I> Eisenhov, _| Should the I! Zl tZl Are newspaper monopoiiei proposed ninety cents an hour minimum ker Amendmenl be enacted into law? lies impairing our Freedom? Zl C] Should Pearl Harbor, Cairo, Teheran, and Potsdam papers be released? Q [Zl Is ll"" I .S, losing the propaganda cold war? J Should subversive suspects have constitutional righl to face accusers? ZD Should the I .S. cul economic aid to countries who trade with Red China? Remarks D Hill me for $2j00 jot I yr. subscription to Facts Forum News. * To receive regular Facts Forum Poll card each month, already addressed and with postage Paid, simply write your request once to Facts Forum, Dallas 1, Texas. ' You or your friends may write in your votes by listing your answers on a separate sheet of Paper, simply omitting the questions on which you have no opinion (for example, 1. Yes, 3- No, 4. Yes, etc.), and mailing to Facts Forum, Dallas 1, Texas (no other address neces- >ary). Your votes will be counted the same as if they were entered on a ballot. POLL QUESTION WINNERS FOR AUGUST. 1 955 An award of $10.00 each has been made to the following persons who submitted questions used in this month's poll: 1st: 2nd: 3rd: 4th: MRS. LOUISE T. RENICK 202 Moore Street Newark, New York MRS. FRED L. DAVIS 1242 Highland Terrace Richmond Heights 17, Missouri LOMA ANDRUS Box 408 Huntsville, Arkansas MISS DAISY McCUTCHEON 400 Fourteenth Avenue Dillon, South Carolina 5th: LESLIE E. DUNKIN P. O. Box 117 South Bend 24, Indiana oth: VERA L. PRAAST Box 299 Anaconda, Montana 7th: DON C. BENTLEY 7519 Greenville Street Houston 20, Texas 8rre: MRS. T. AKANA P. O. Box 788 Brooklyn, New York J. E. BATES 210 North Kelloq Street Elsinore, California 10th: EVANGELINE S. McALLISTER Bayard, Nebraska RONALD W. BLACK 1516726 USMC, H&A-9 3rd Mar. Div., F.P.O. San Francisco, California GEORGE DURST P. O. Box 61 Jamaica. New York 13th: JAMES H. COCKERILLE 122S King Street Alexandria, Virginia 14th: JAMES E. WALLACE 2529 Jane Street Pittsburgh 3, Pennsylvania 9th: 11th: 12th: ''"'■•> Month's Slogan: AMERICANISM is GOOD BUSINESS Submitted by HARRY M.I G 1832 E. I7ih Terrace, Keen-ee- Cilv :{(). Misaonrl '■'a.- ts FORUM NEWS, August, 195 about FACTS FORUM Your broadcast and magazine have earned sn much respect across the country that any [nill you take on public opinion has value. I heard that one of the local papers recent!) reprinted a [mil you took on questions.... Ai.h i <'. Gale li::;: Holloway Drive Los Vngeles 46, < lalif. Farts Forum News is one magazine that should l»' in everj Vmerican home and in schools, too. ^ ou are doing a wonderful job. Keep it up and mure [toner to yon. Mrs, T. K. \ndrus Huntsville, Ark. ...1 know no secular publication which 1 regard more highly than Facts Forum News. Re assured 1 shall do all I can to aid and advance it among student- and Iriends. ... Mrs. i Iharloti i M. Hici ei AH Highland Vve. Bridgeport 4, Conn. .. . would like to compliment you and further wish you success in all effort- you may exert toward the direction of furthering the aims of democracy in America. V. E. Wade. IV 511 South Sixth St., Louisville. Ky. '■our publication nill go far in effecting the return of the majority of Americans to an appreciation of all that America mean-, and a return to the principles and ideals that have made our country great. . . . Stephen F. Smetla> » 505 Ninth Vve., Munhall, Pa. ... T was particularly interested in the .. . discussion on communism as we have heen devoting a greal deal ol time to this subject in the school that 1 am attending.... \ greal number of 'he officers here al Maxwell \FH listen to your program, and we get a lot oi ideas from hoth yourself and your guests with which to further our own discussions. Keep up the good work! \V. H. Bl ITERFIELD, l.t. ( ol. USAF Box 88, Command and Staf 1 School Maxwell Air Force Base, Via. 1 sine appreciate the wonderful magazine .... of new- and timeK and important issues that are very \ ital to Vmerica. Rev. J. P. Si e\ ens*in Paducah, Texas Facts Forum News is like a call to thinking arms of everyone of us, reminding us thai Without eternal vigilance we can easily become as the Romans, so enchanted with selfish pleasures that we forget that we are the author- of our liberty, Wii i mm G. Slade. YN2 I SN Director oi Training Office, PRNC I .S. Naval (-nn Factor) Washington 25, I). C. "Peace in Out Time" by Freda I tlev in the April issue of Facts Forum Sews shoul ! he read again and again by everj Vmerican. j. 0. Smith 810 Turner St., Dallas. Texas Pane 65
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