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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1956
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. V, No. 1, January 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
Type
  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript 1300 llllll '1(31 1 ,311 1590 1340 I 1211 14211 I I'lll 141)0 25 I ISO 3711 1230 I inn 1330 1 150 1280 1280 '1211 I 150 I 150 l 140 Sun See.) Sine Sun More Thurs Sun Meal Wed Mon Sun Sal 1 III) 1480 lllll 1340 850 Mnn Mon Seen Meal 1450 I ISO 1280 540 l em l mu I 150 1 1511 1221) sun sun 1230 125(1 I 1(1(1 1380 1310 I 1 'iiiii nun Mnn Who Should Judge Our Boys? J JENNER (Continued from Page 42) no torture in American jails. French lolice can keep the accused in jail for ninth-, nr even years. The judge is in Notice, a public prosecutor, determined jo find the accused guilty if possible. I am sure \,,u luuc heard the ston of Privates Dick Keefe and Tony Scarlotti, "no had had too many drinks at Christ- nas lime and "borrowed" a French taxi- *b. A French court gave them each five ears — in solitary confinement. The " 'nil government even refused to let ie men write or receive letters from n*ir families. When a distinguished merican patriot went to France recent- ' I" see what he could find out aboul he Americans in French jails, he was lv<'ii tin- run-around. fellow Vmericans, I have introduced i the Senate, Senate Joinl Resolution *■ calling on our government to end '<■><* treaties, and restore to every Amer- the protection of our Con- Menl 'I'"1'* .. I i- Tbu« fn soldie *;J;;;' ltution wherever his government mav Mill um. V similar resolution vvas intro- aced in the House of Congress by Con- ressnian Bow of Ohio. vi'* J*!'8 '~'"'. "'" C0I5? "P again I ues "igress do what the people of their ■rhlir! f«ricts ask them to do. t'nis is your issue, fathers and moth- t and wives of our fighting men. Our pers cannot protect their constitu- oiial tight,, We must do k for them Y you feel as I do. that no American l"/* couniry s milium service can be Iprived of his basic rights, you will I stop until these treaties are ended, 'he Constitutio lce again pro- everyone serving under the Ameri- m Hag. iA"« ;( "■■' !/."" \V\ . 1." 11 '■' ,MI BE" 1 140 VIII 11)111 1400 il 51.11 1 I'lll I lllll I III" I 1211 I 1211 I I'll' 1430 Klllil 1 180 1240 1350 I 120 I r.ii 1 1211 1380 22 I 290 Sn", 'ARKMAN (Continued from Page 43) wi \rn,T\Kho have broken iocai *»•*»• IWr. Robert Murphy, Deputy Under- M5 bretarv of State, testified that in a s,n. tal of six thousand cases in which Mnn Pc"can soldiers have run afoul of -al laws, no basis has been four " ';'«s. no basis has been found for m.ii single complaint on the part of our $ "'''"ent The State Department M,;; itcl that of the six thousand cases onl) s„n 5u>-»v<' individuals have gone to jail, *•» M that only twenty-two are still there v,,. "i"g a sentence. Moreover, the State ^Partment pointed out that in not one ii^-these cases is it believed that an inno- i u,„ ■ ,--...«. ^ases ,s u t,elieve< "-•"J !5« »>an has gone to jail. racts simply do not shoi 57(1 1580 I Kill [ .in 1 inn 950 I re" 1 10(1 Nl"" I, mi« n Se"', Sup. Mn" T.1 „„ „„! =Ill,W a„y r(,a] rea. Si l0£, concern over the Status of "'"- '"'an. Vs a matter of fact it has tked well, and there is everv reason to believe that it will continue to work well. So far our servicemen stationed abroad have gotten only good out of it. If the contrary should ever become true, it would be a simple matter for us to rescind the treaty and to take other measures to insure fair treatment for our men. Reorganizing the Government (Continued from Page 25) ice connected sickness. The Commission supported this as a public obligation bul proposed a method to stop "gold bricking" which the veterans organizations themselves have denounced. \Mother instance is the recommendation as to the Rural Electrification Administration, where it has been repre- sented that the Commission was living to destroy that service. We did not rec- ommend its termination or the limitation of its operations: but we did recommend its reorganization to put it on a more businesslike basis. Nor did the Commission attempt to destroy housing programs. It did recommend a simplification in federal action lhal would not stop a single project. 1 myself had brought about the first federal action in this area 23 years ago, and the Commission supported its continuance. Tbe Water Resources Task Force was not packed with special interests. It comprised 15 engineers, five lawyers, three governors or former governors, and a public accountant. They included members of both parties. When a motion was made in the Commission to place three persons on the task force "who believe in the principle of federal public power developmenl." it was tallied bv a vote of 10-to-l. in which three Democrats concurred, on the ground that such action would necessitate appointment of three persons also to represent the public utility interests. Instead the Commission voted unanimously to authorize the task force to hold public hearings at which individuals and representatives of groups could present their \ iews. These public hearings were held throughout the country. A total of 261 statements were presented to the task force, representing all points of view, and making 5,000 pages of testimony. These statements received due consideration in the task force's findings. No one with In years' experience in public life expects the opposition to a particular idea always to be fair. However, a method of balancing the budget and substantially reducing taxes by tbe elimination of waste would not seem an unworthy program for both political parties. RADIO and TV SCHEDULES TEXAS (Ci mtinue ll) Keeeeeet KERB* (lllll Sun 1:00 p Kilffore KOCA" 1240 Keeeei-eelle- KINK* 1330 Seeee 6:00 p l.eieiie'-ee KPET" (Kill Sun 7:15 i. Levelland kl V 1 " 12 111 Sim 1:00 |> l.lttl.'fie'lel KVOW" 14911 Seen 1:15 p Longview KTVE-TV" 32 Seen 6:30 p Leelkin KTRE* 142(1 Sal 6:15 p KTRE" 14211 Mini S: 111 ,. Kl HE-TV" 11 Fri 10:30 |. Mailin KMLW" Kllll Sun 2:00 |> Midland kens* 550 Fri 7:00 p kinc* 115(1 Sun 12:00 i. Monahans k\ k\n 1340 Mini 8:30 p Mt. Pleasanl KIMP" 11(1(1 Nacogdoches kSKA* 860 Seen 2:30 p I'eeieipee KPAT" 1230 Pecos KIUN * 1 lllll Tues 7:30 i> Poll Artlner KPAC* 12511 Men 9 10 i. Posl KRWS" 1(57(1 Saa Aiiia In kl XL-TV" 8 Sua 6: )0 p San And.nil. 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