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Title Facts Forum News, Vol.5, No. 8, August 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date August 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • 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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Title File 063
Transcript Members of the giveaway party in Congress (composed of Republicans and Democrats) wholly fail to take heed of 'lie ancient Persian proverb: "I never gave a friend a bow who did not in thc wd use me for a target." Charles H. Forward 1220 San Diego Trust & Savings Building San Diego ], California ASKS CONGRESS' SUPPORT OF SECURITY SPENDING T» Ihe Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: President Eisenhower's $4.5 billion security program is a liberal and equitable •olution lo halt Russia's economic drive "' win over the Middle East, Asia, and ^uica. Although il will receive much ■^position on Capitol Hill, where it has ",<-ii termed .staggering and fantastic, it ""'I'ts t|l(- realities of the world .situation. If we are to halt Russia's drive tow aids u"i'ld domination, we must render every Possible economic, military, and techni '" assistance. Onlv by such assistance '■'■"< we bring underprivileged nations tn '"' realization that freedom and the right " self-government arc God-given privi- 1 "'v This country, with its great wealth '""I resources, has the obligation to share ,"'si' resources with less fortunate na- "'"s. Our mutual security program has (''l>'il greater returns than we thought f",ssililc. VVe are enjoying a great era of •"■osperitv by reasi I' that aid. "ui nun security demands that Con- Mess give thi' president's program its "•"linioiis support. Miss Marie G. Morrison 1605 West Allegheny Ave. Philadelphia 32, I'tima. COMPARES U. S. AND CYPRUS 0 the Birmingham Post-Herald: ,'n reference to your editorial on L>Prus; (r.^lieii a handful of people in the 13 j.''"ni.il colonies of these glorious United n*es "I America decided to war with t|'u'ut Britain for their independence. ".'>' did not slop to think who would ^'"wli.,1. fr. ('t us not condemn our Creek i '"Is for something we ourselves Sht for at any cost — our freedom. Xamiii 11 mi whs 5400 8th Ave., South Birmingham, Alabama "I, STEERING WHEEL SENSE "'c Nashville Banner: Co, i . "' steering wheel of .in automobile tt.'''think, its thoughts might run like r^.'j Im just a steering wheel. I was can '01 P'easure ;llK' usefulness. You "take me take the children to school; Vou t;ui turn me down the mad to town; you can make me rush the sick to the hospital; you can make me go places fast. Yet from carelessness, before a clock can strike, I can cause great disaster. "I can twist a smile into tears. I can wreck and cripple and destroy. I can deal out death like the plague, and I'm no respecter of persons. I'm sensitive. 1 respond to the hands. Give me careful hands and I'm vour friend. Give me reckless hands and I'm your enemy. "I was made to move for pleasure and to be useful. Keep me this way. Your hands can guide me. It's up to you. I'm just a steering wheel. You are the boss." Mrs. J. H. Cruse Madison, Tennessee COMMANDMENTS FOR .JUVENILES To the Dallas News: Under date line Boston, Massachusetts, the following appeared in the At- lanla journal: The Boston School committee has adopted what it calls commandments for pupils in grades 7 through 12. The com- mittee directed that the "Commandments" be read bi-weekly to all pupils of those grades and a copy be posted in each classroom. The so-called commandments: 1. Don't let your parents down; they've brought you up. 2. Stop and think before miii drink. 3. lie smart, obey. You'll give orders yourself some day. 4. Ditch dirty thoughts fast or they'll ditch you. 5. Show-off driving is juvenile; don't act your age. 6. kick ihe right friends to be picked for a male. 7. Choose a date fit for a mate. 8. Don't go steady unless you're reach-. 9. Love God and neighbor. 10. Live carefully. The soul you save may be your own. Hull S. Vining 4815 Ross Avenue Dallas, Texas POLITICAL CRUTCHES To the Christian Science Monitor: In your recent editorial. "To Tailor Farm Aid," specific instances of farm aid arc cited, ranging from $180,000 In $1,292,000, on which is predicated the question, "Is it necessary to subsidize (national surpluses at $2 per bushel) big (mechanized) farmers (some of whom produce wheal at .$1 per bushel) heavily, to help little ones slightly?" The editorial answer implies it is not necessary. Does not this problem arise from the propensity ot careerist politicians to tinker with the nation's economy? On Ihe plausible pretext cl wet-nursing "infant industries," the so-called protective tariff fathered monopolistic combinations of tariff beneficiaries. 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