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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 049. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 20, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/398.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 5, May 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 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 APRIL POLL RESULTS (Closed April 10) % YES (See Page 64 for May Pall Questions) 77 Do treaty laws threaten private property? 83 Should taxpayers be allowed to prescribe what their children be leiuglil? 13 If we were suddenly attacked would anv other nation come to our aid? 37 Do you approve of the President's $7 billions for new schools plan'.' 26 Are vou in favor of the administrations proposed health program? 71 Should U.S. defend the Nationalist Chinese coastal islands:' f! Should the birthday of Franklin I). Roosevell be made a national holidav '. f)2 Will Senator McClellan become a prime target of the Communists? ■SO Are Parent-Teachers Associations infiltrated with Reds? 7r> Should the U.S. refrain from publishing accounts of new defense weapons? 75 Should Chiang Kai-shek's army be allowed to attack Red China? 83 Do those who innocently promote communism harm, more than known Communists? 24 Has the Marshall Plan justified ils cosl? 62 Should Social Security be pul on a voluntary basis? 12 Is enough American history being taught in our schools today? ROY COHN AND THE ATOM SPIES (Continued from Page ll) again, and he asked me to repeal in "'m the various instructions he bad given me: and I repeated the Instructions— A. I repeated tin- instructions, and '"' said lhat wets fine. I then well, theit ended the conversa- '"■n. am) he wenl his way and I wenl ''ack to my apartment. Later, he came nack. I was under surveillance al the' Ome and— Q. Did vou Ihink vou were being 'ollowed at that lime? A. I did think I was being followed. A. Julius came hack during that *'wk. which was oh, I would say aboul •'ay—it was June, the 2nd or 3rd or "leivh,. even the Ith: I can'l place il exactly, and as he came into the apart- "lent he said. ''Are you being fob "OWed?" I said. "Yes. I am." He said. "I jusl came back from up- Sate New York in sea' some people, ami am was going to Cleveland, Ohio, hui I going I am nol going lo go there any more." And he said to me, "\\ hal 'lr'' Vou going lei elee now?" I said. "1 a,rj not going to do anything. 1 am P°'ng to sit—I am going tn stay righl '""." and lu- left. V- Did you see him again after lhal? A. Only in courl here. . V- Shortly after lhal. I believe, on '"n- IS. were vmi arrested by agents 'lie Federal Bureau of Investigation? A I was. IVreenglass explained during the '"^-examination later lhal he had seen ted Press Photo Roy Cohn displays plaque presented by the Joint Committee Against Communism, New York, July 28, 1954, "for his fearless battle against the enemies of his God and country, which has inspired the people of America." Rosenberg in jail. "They brought us into a room together . . . and lulel us In slav apart, and I didn't say anything In him ami hi' seiiel nothing tn inc. | Julius Rosenberg, his wife Ethel, and Morion Sobeli were found guilty March 2*t. 1951, of conspiracy lo commit wartime sabotage. The Rosenbergs were sen- tenced to death; Sobeli lo thirty veeers. Appeals were denied. David Greenglass, brother of latliel Rosenberg eiml a slate witness, was given it I'iftei-n-ycar prison sentence. The Rosenbergs were executed eit Sin*: Sing June I'K I'JS.t. What they^re saying . . . it---! f.-sk ' Ml3? about FACTS FORUM Enclosed you will find proofs "I two ada which wc are placing in national magazines. Please note tha) we have placed a patriotic quote at tlii- bottom nf each, as suggested in one nl Mun recent letters. We intend tn continue this policy indefinitely, changing quotes from time to time. We appreciate your calling this pns- sibility tn our attention ami hope you will encourage others to do likewise. I*. M. Yum i;. President Virtue Bros. Mfg. Co. 5701 W. Century Blvd., I.os Angeles 15, < lalif. . . . Mr. Smoot discussed quite thoroughly the pro anil ion aspects... Facts Kornm 1 have found educationally informative and. although a neu viewer of it. 1 look forward h> it- continuance. John M. Ryan 1<>07 Good Hope IM.. Washington, P. C. ...Please continue this type of program because we, the people, can- and want to know the truth .. . ,I.\< k Mi l> win 5600 Hieth St.. Fort Worth, Texas the educational talk given by Dan Smool like"- Highway Program, see page '2 of thi- magazine]... was one of the best T have heard on our national highways.... 1 should like to use it for classroom study. Ralph E. Meek, Instructor '2\2 \twater St., Lake Orion, Mich. ...'lour program i- a refreshing spol in radio broadcasting . . . and , . . i- doing a great .service to our country by stimulating OUT people to think. ,1 \mi - II. Mi (".hi i: 2312 Steiner Vve., Birmingham, Via. Have been \<t> much interested in your questionnaires I Facts Forum I'oll | and hope you continue to have them. The majority of people are nol given to expressing their opinions on such matters. Your questions get ihem to thinking, and their answer- should be a good indication as to the thinking of many people. Julius K. Mi lleb 11 Turner St., Auburn, Maine Your Sunday l\ program is viewed with much interest hy the family nl the writer. We clim.se up sides after ynur program, and the battle is on. Sometime-- we continue the debate until the following Sun da) when you present both sides <>f another controversial issue. . . . W. \. Rahn 829 Philadelphia Vve., Silver Spring, Md. — No one is rendering a greater service In OUr people than Mi. Smnot in his mi- biased pro ami eon discussions of the vital problems confronting our country today, George.S. ii illiams 321 Senate Office Bldg., Washington, I). < . Fact S FORUM NEWS, May, 1955 Page 47
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