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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1955 - File 065. 1955-06. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 13, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/1539/show/1534.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 6, June 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date June 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
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  • 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 country, ii mighl be well if we didn't forgel the Following words spoken by Lenin in 1922: V'/>/l "Firsl we will take eastern Europe, then the masses "I \sia. then we will encircle llu- United Siettcs. which will be the lasl bastion "f capitalism. We will not have lo attack; ii will feill like' overripe fruit in our hands. We musl secure the jrooel will eef teachers einel professors in schools and universities, of liberal ministers of religion, eunl uf the pacifists eunl reformers of llu- world in order I" create ei mental barrage in tin- minds ■if capitalistic youth, which shall forever bar them from participating in a carnal conflict with the Communisl I'euh." Kathryn Ellis Nowak 15 Si. Paul's Road So. Hempstead, N. Y. 4th Award EDUCATION GOING DOWN HILL In the Chemical & Engineering News: I hi' -lliil'lellle' eef scientists today ineiv be attributed lo ei variety of causes. One significant basic cause is lln- trend for over 25 years for the educational system !'> forsake fundamentally essential subjects by displacing them with "life adjustment" theories. Participation in science courses in the nation's secondary se-hools sagged from '}} lei 50',. mathematics from .'Id to *5%, algebra from 56 iee27',. geometry from 27 lo ]:,',. languages from 73 'o 22',. 1 bene seen the present deplorable condition develop in our schools over 'lie pet>t 30 years. The three l!'s have '"'en Forsaken in schools for various 'rills einel furbelows. The American Chemical Society along U|lh other professional organizations '"'-'111 ilo well to lake heel eif s,„|, ;, !r,,n.l. eiml lend its efforl I" constructive "uproM-mcnt. Our future ueilioneil wel- ■'re may we'll hinge on how we'll we are Prepared scientific-all) I" meel future "orld prol,Ictus. ./. S. Hicks P. 0. Box 515. Iluntsville. Texas Jh Award (Tie) WHAT CRIME AT YALTA? 1,1 lhe Omaha World Herald: .. " li.tl ei field day vou heul over the ;|liei papers! Vs any one would expeel 'Pto this writing neither you nor any of "Ofr friends have told whal weis so let- '■'le eilioui the papers now thai they are Public property. Where is the crime and *n«l was it? ' Would Stalin have given up Poland. J''lv'al oul of China, or the Kurile ,8|ands if Roosevell and Churchill had "*ed him to do so? in the fetcl jppeil vmi and ""'<li<-\eil ideas four straight times. .um''1" Eric C. De Lion. M.I). ,to ou' 242 p. Q,a(jron \, "' u nun to no so: . Mosl of your Irouble lies "*' Roosevelt whipped you 7th Award (Tie) YALTA PAPERS To the Los Angeles Times: Thc decision to make the Yalta papers public was correct. The publir is entitled in know the facts concerning the conduct of the nation's foreign affeiirs and the Eisenhower administration. Whal happened at Yalta wets directly responsible for the Far Eastern crisis today. Concessions were given to the Russians which paved the way for the Communists to take over China. The Korean weir, the weir in Indochina eunl the- crisis in Formosa resulted directl) from the fall of China. ll is vitally importanl thai tin- American people remember eunl understand the tragedy of Yalta eunl the results of our previous conferences with the Communists. These records must be thor- oughly examined ami publicized so thai we .lei nol meikc llu- same mistakes in the future'. Patrick .1. Hillings Member of Congress, 25th District ("eil i font ia House of Representatives Washington, D. C. 8th Award AMERICAN TOOLS OF COMMUNISM To the Berkshire Evening Eagle: (Pittsfield, Mass.) If there lives ;i more debased human being than ei Communist, il musl be the •.merican tool who wilfully ami wittingly writes, publishes, and/or pro- inote-s the slimy sludge of a known Communist, Most knowledgeable people agree that we eire actively engaged in a phase of World War III. Deliberate, active assistance to the Communisl cause is not onlv unpatriotic, it is suicide. Parents can I"- rightly concerned when our youngsters of reading age are exposed to irresponsible huckstering 'if overt attacks mi religion, morals, eunl government. "Progressive" education mav be the principal eetiise of juvenile delinquency, bul vying for firsl place- is ei cynical, unmoral, un-American, "liberal" press. Edgar /.. 11 oil, s '16 Marcella Avenue Pittsfield, Mass. 9th Award LOYAL AMERICANS SHOULD BE AROUSED TO TIDE OF SOCIALISM AND STATISM To the Indianapolis Star: Every government-sponsored Utopian measure involves a proportionate loss of liberty. Menu people apparently don'l realize lhat lie who receives musl also give. \n.l thai one day the1 loll will exceed the benefit. Every governmenl t;ift has ei string attached ... to your wallet. Nexl il letves '"Acts forum news, June, tu vuitr self-respect. Nol much at a time' perhaps, but as it becomes increasingly easy il takes increasing amounts. Let's not. lie so naive that we believe we can lose a little liberty withoul suf- fering a tremendous loe-s. A little always means a little more. And a little more soon becomes a lot. Whal happens next? Whal happens when the people awaken some fine morning onlv to discover thai thev have nothing liner.■ !,, give? You guessed il.' Sleitism. socialism, communism, whatever you wish to call il. has arrived—ils arrival being preceded of course bv only one other event—its invitation. Leroy M. Pelkin 916 N. Meridian Indianapolis, Ind. 10th Award IN HOT RODS lo the I.os Ingclcs Times: \n objective comparison of Ihe past Ml M-etrs with (iileleein's "Decline eiml Fall ' discloses ei tle'eullv parallel in the courses of the United Sieile> eiml Rome eluw n the' road to ruin. The only difference is one e.f time': il loeik Komi' several centuries, whereas we lu'.l fair to make it in less than one. Rut then they heul lei do ii in chariots, while wc re doing it in hot rods. Ilunier Lovelace lid N. Vein Ness Avenue llollvueeelel 38, Calif. 11th Award AGAINST FEDERAL AID TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS To lhe Dallas Times Herald: Federal aid to education removes from the community, tin- basic unit of American life, tin- righl to meet their own problems in their own way. Federal encroachment upon local rights destroys the fundamental principles of American democrac). The federal Constitution dues not il<b-- gate power for the federal governmenl lo control nr aid education, but provides that powers mil delegated tei the Federal governmenl ene reserved to the people, or lo the spiles, which implies lo in- dividueil communities. There are those who sce-k lo destroy nol only the Constitution but every vestige of human rights in \merica. Both Republican eunl Democratic parties arc guilty of ibis charge. Both parties, as liberal social planning or communistic thinking exponents, embrace total Federal aid to education. Russia ami China have "federal" aid lo education. Do Mm want il in Mnerica? Federal aid to education is a uieini wedge lu destroy human rights in America. Charles /.. Hatcher. D.D.S. 3618 Fairmount, Dallas. Texas Page 63 I
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