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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 052. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 24, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/401.

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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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Title File 052
Transcript Of, by, and for Facts Forum News readers Doctors "Needle" Vaccine Plan In Indiana, the Shelby County Medical Society labels as "socialistic" the plan of the National Foundation for Infanlile Paralysis to provide free Salk anti-polio vaccine for firsl emd second- grade se hoeel children throughout the 1 nited Stales. The medical society proposed a substitute plan bv which free Salk '"shots"' would be- given lo first emd second- graders from needy families. However. the vaccine would be administered to others by private physicians. Vccording to ihe society, "Whenever a national lay organization attempts to coerce lhe medical societies into accepting a plan of medical practice bv the threat of public criticism, thev have in reality taken the final step toward socialized preventive medicine." Vodka? Law prohibits lhe United States from selling or bartering surplus farm commodities to Russia or the Communist captive nalions, the Justice Department has ruled. Thc legal opinion, requested bv the While' Iheuse'. apparently impaled the possibility lhal wheat or other surplus foods- -including government-owned butter—would be offered as a frift to lhe Soviets or at cut-rate prices or in exchange fur strategic materials from lhe U.5.S.R. Today—Tomorrow Freda (Jtley's article. "Peace in Our Time?", featured in lite April Facts Forum News, has been entered into the Congressional Record and hence is destined for preservation in the national archives. Congressman l'>. Carroll Reece (R- Tenn.) included the complete text of Miss I lliv's article in an extension of remarks appearing on page A2324 of lhe March 31 Congressional Record. To Outlaw the Outlaws? An attempt lo outlaw lhe Communisl party in New Hampshire will be con sidered by the state legislature. The bill, referred from the 1953 session, calls fur a $20,000 fine or a prison term Page 50 nf front two to twenty years, or both, for anyone who shedl "knowingly be' ei member" of the party. He Sought—He Found A reader's urgent appeal for sources of "material on freedom" brought swift action bv the editor of the Colorado Springs Gazelle Telegraph, who promptly published names and address,- ,,i sixty-one organizations, including Facts Forum. Commending the paper's editorial set vice ley tbe eommuiiitv. Reader Paul W. Nesbil pointed out lhal such aid would nol only he a service lo himself and nlhcrs "who wished to study the problems further, bul ii would give a needed boost lo lhe producers ol the material." "Mr. Nesbil is so right," commented Editor [[airy Hoiles in publishing the lisl ol organizations and publishers "'which prepare informational material in feiveir of freedom." No Harvest for Seeds of Subversion Ml copies of an official elementary school guide distributed in Virginia have been recalled by Governor Thomas 1). Stanley, who labeled passages in lhe volume as un-American. Recall and rcvisiuti of lhe manual was prompted by publication in lhe Richmond News Leader of a letter from an Alexandria businessman, 15. M. Miller. He denounced as "anti-free enterprise propaganda" certain state- mcnls in lhe "Aims'' section of the guide. Governor Stanley asked the Virginia Department of Education "'lo ascertain lhe authors of these wholly unwarranted and thoroughly alien passages and to determine whether they arc now in the Department s employ." \ni(.i.'3 passages pointed up by tin- Governor were these: "Capitalism i- based upon ihe principle of profil In the owner rather than service to the masses of ihe people." Also. "Tin' capitalistic system is nut planned and links direc- lii.n: llius waste anil economic cycles result." "I am shocked that such statements could appear in any stuit- publication," Governor Stanley stated. "We cannol plant the seels of dislrusl and suspie i,,n in lhe minds ,,f our fulure citizens eunl preserve the \merican way of life." (Continued from Page I'll lite \ett ) oil. Times eil Melt' It IV. 1955. which in il- usual land admirable I completeness has reprinted lhe ..Hi. ied record of the ^i alia Conference -but nol thc 1 .S. background and briefing documents prepared in advance in thirty-two full pages, on page I. ~() contains a nine-paragraph story with the caption "Hiss Parle) Hole Wee- Minor One." This "Special lo lhe Netc ) ork Times' withoul any reporters by-line while' oilier "specials" on the Valla Papers, by Harry Schwartz, Nile" Dnii y and others, are signed claims lhal "lln- records -bow him a- a technician." Well. "Technician" Hiss wa- presenl al lhe third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh formal meetings, al five tup secrel conferences of Foreign ministers, emd siv plenary sessi,ens. This enlels up ie, sixteen officially listed meetings, nut to speak of private conversations in which Hiss may heivc influenced such uf his superiors eis Secretary of State Stettinius or—if there was einv need - Mr. Harry Hopkins. "Technician" Hiss set! in on conferences al which lhe dismemberment of Germany, reparations, integration of France into ihe German control commission, Dumbarton Oaks anil the I nited Nations, lhe Yugoslav frontiers, control of Hungary emd Bulgaria, and lhe Polish question were discussed. Al congressional hearings in 1953, J. Anthony Panuch, ;i seasoned and honored career official of the Steele Department, testified thai Alger Hiss exer- eised "Svengali-Iike influence over th1' mental processes of Junior Stettinius, ll was Mr. Stettinius who heul asked Harry Hopkins h> intercede with ih'' Presidenl to make sure thai Mr. Hiss l.i' added lo the' staff of our Valla delegation. Mr. Stettinius alsee wrote in I"" book on ihe Yalta Conference: "My usual daily schedule, for instance, weis to confer with ill. Freeman) Matthews, (Charles E. "Chip") Bohlen, and Hisj jusl after I gol up in lhe morning an'1 "after these di is i in lhe evening) ' usually conferred again vvilh Meitlli<«- Bohlen, Hiss" One' ol tin' memoranda now made publi. a missive e.f the executive secretary of tlii- sietff of Secretary Stettinius lo Assislanl Secretary Nelson ■';■ Rockefeller reads: "Al the Secretary" Siaff Committee meeting of January ' i 1945) ihe Secretary i Mr. Si<-ninius) asLial thai all memoranda fur ihe Tie-1 dent nn topics to be discussed eit tn' Meeting of the Big Three (al Yalta) should be ill lhe hands ,,| Mr. Ak'1 lli-s nol later litem January 15. These memoranda should go to Mr. H'"" through Mr. Yost (Charles W. Yost, executive secretary uf ihe Staff <'"'"' miltee. l" Now, if Mr. lli-s at 111.' lime of lhl' FACTS FORUM NEWS. May- '"''
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