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IN THIS ISSUE
Communism vnd Intellect! ils, Dan Smoot interviews Dr. Fred Schwarz
Ihi. Liberal Mind, by William /■'. Buckley, Jr.
Can mm w Liberals in thk Red Spei tri m.
From thr Report oj the \C.iiiittiliitn\ Royal Commission
Status nr Forces Treaty, by Dun Smoot
interview with Max Eastman, by Hardy Hurt
I hi: I'mi>i.n Oppenheimer Story, Part III. In Paul Crouch
'x Behalf of Oppenheimer, Testimony <>j George /■'. Kennan
we \mericans Suspicious of Intellectuals? by James Burnham, et al.
Securiti Investigations, by Dun Smoot
Fa< ts Fori m's II mho ind TV Si hedules 26. 31, 11.
vtomic Bottlenecks in thk Soviet I nidn. by George 0. Rosu
™ Here Is itik Soviet Sandia? Iiy Medford Evans
Expert's High Rating of So\ iet I mm stry, by Henry .1. Taylor
Opinion Fori m
'' i< ts Fori m Poll Results for M u
1 k< ts Fori \i Pi lse Rating
■'ttkks to Editors
"II. Oi ESTIONS
"i.i. Oi im ion Winners
Slogan i or i in: Mon i h
PACTS FORUM NKWS. June, 1955
Mrs. H. L. Hunt, wife of Facts
Forum's founder and chief patron,
herself a member of the Advisory
Board, died May (',, 1955, at St. Mary's
Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. She
was buried Monday, May 9, in Hill
crest Mausoleum in Dallas.
Mrs. Hunt wees flown to Rochester
in a chartered plane May 2 for special treatment in the Mayo Clinic
after suffering a stroke.
She was accompanied by her husband, her daughters, Mrs. Loyd B.
Seeieels einel Mrs. Al G. Hill, and seens
Nelson Bunker Hunt, William Herbert Hunt, and Lamar Hunt.
She is also survived by another son,
[lassie, by a brother, N. W, Bunker
of Lake Village, Arkansas, a sister,
Mrs. Hal P. Sessions, also of Lake
Village, and eleven grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Sherman Hunt,
Ji-., Stuart Hunt, Tom Hunt, Hunt
Taylor, Fred Taylor, Jr., Floyd Sessions, Hal Sessions, Jr., Bill Sessions,
and Nelson W. Bunker, Jr., all
Mrs. Hunt was bom January 26,
1889, in Lake Village, the daughter
of Nelson Waldo Bunker and Sarah
Rebecca Hunnicutt. She was a graduate of the Maddox Preparatory School
for Girls in Little Rock, Arkansas,
and of Potter College in Bowling
Shi' emd Mr. Hunt we're- married in
Lake Village in 1914. In 1921 they
moved to El Dorado, where they lived
until 1932, when they moved to Tyler.
In 1937, they moved to Dallas. The
home is at 40011 Lawther Lrive.
Mrs. Hunt was a member of the
board of trustees of Mary Baldwin
College in Staunton, Virginia. She'
also was an active worker in the
Highland Park Presbyterian Church.
She was a member of several civic
and social organizations in Dallas,
including the Marianne Scruggs Gar-
di'ii Club, the Dallas Woman's Club,
the Public Affairs Luncheon Club, the
Daughters of the American Revolution, the Lakeside Browning (lull, anel
the Fronian Book Review Club.
The following verses wee,, written
in her memory:
In true simplicity nf life
Kept pure and sweet, her wit umi
• ■< ri-i
Ti, kindness 'jure efficient nerve,
As lady, woman, mother, teife.
The beauty ,u her inure tin,I trust
Eclipsed 'he pomp ul her command;
In her ire better understand
God's inutile in Ihe mortal ilu.il.
Ami lime, the dust In tilt*' relume,I,
The spirit time in heaven at heme,
.Is honey from lhe honeycomb—
She knows what none, on earth, have