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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 065. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 15, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/414.

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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
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  • 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 dealing with China and llu-sia. Vny "tin i c se could leeul to international suicide. In the event of weir China alone mighl la- ee sitting duck, bul backed by Russia it mighl be a different .-lory. Ceiuliieii demands we keep ihis in mind. We prefer coexistence to non-existence. We should make' every effort to avoid a war of possible mutual extinction. All grave international questions should be settled bj the' I \. li exists for ihis purpose. Lei us respeel il eis such. China [Ed. note: i.e., Red China] does mil relish lln- presence of our mili- larj forces an) mini' than we would relish Chinese forces lu our coastal areas. wh\ sh,,nlil ui- til owl ami snarl eil each "ther like ill-tempered pooches? A- et Christian nation, wc should make every rfforl In prove In lhe world lhal our profession is more than jusl eyewash. '/'. /. Due Westphalia. Indiana 14th Award Minority rule In the- Dallas \eies: I he people eif the I nited Suites eire living under minorit) rule' because the People ele. nol exercise the righl lo vote, foreign people nieike- sport of ihe lent. lhe people' in public office eel the' "leijeeliU eef the' VOtCS Cast, I '111 il i~ ill.' "i.i|ni iu nl ihe minorit). This is ei greal dangei within the' I nited States. The ^•ler should eel ei l;i\ reduction tor doing lhe duty of eeisliiiL' his or her vote. Frank ll. Helsel 505 V Pacific, Monahans, Texas '5th Award RUSSIANS AND PEACE '" lln- // ashington Post: In ihis pessimistic world I would like' " make a few optimistic assumptions. First, lhal Russia doesn'l like- ihis '''"■ foi armament superiority eunl thai cost is retarding her domestic Progress. . Second, thai the S..\ iel IcenUi - eunl '"''liny are ei~ frightened eis our heul rs and eit i/i'ui \ h\ the continuous in 'ease in ihe destructiveness uf atomii nt the? Papons. IVe-i' Ihird, thai lie' h'ussieuis realize lhal ''n would reap greal economic benefit* r°m improved international relations. \ii'l. last, I weeulel suggesl thai public '.''"'inn -till carries some pressure in '"'I SSR eunl thai world opinion counts """'I. more. «i ihis optimistic state I feel that a Vision of the L'nited Nations Charter \""U be successful!) begun ihis year. I ""'''" ee revision of lln- Charter thai "'"I.I facilitate universal disarmament ■ ''' would permit enforcement nl ei ""''eel f,„„, ,,f world law. .1/. G, Carbone I'll \. Columbus St., Arlington 3, \ a. eellM ,|l ""'\ 16th Award IMMIGRATION QUOTA LAW NEEDS FIXING In the Indianapolis Star: The' Serge Rubenstein murder focuses attention again nn immigration control. Allegedly ei drafl dodger, he also allegedly entered in 1938 under Russia s quota, though on an irregular Portuguese passport. AppeirenlK he niilkeel llii- countr) feir millions. I bus, Rubenstein i- added lo the lonp li-t of undesirable aliens. \l Capone allegedly enjoyed ei 8200,000,000 inieeke' in his vice empire. Harr) Dexter W hite, second generation immigrant, recalls un- s;e\eer\ ^etliei memories thai gave Steilin Poland, splii Germany, opened the way in Moscow s domination nt (ihina, once our firm friend. Ih- already is being forgotten. Heis not displaced person Kleins Fuchs' treason doubled lhe tax hill of every Vmerican? Despile eill. there' em- constant alleloks nn the MeCeii reili-W alle r Ail. which was enacted in bring up in date lln- Quota Vets .if 1921-22-24. Th.- On..la Vets blocked a deluge esl imated eil 2S.0(lii.(«)(l. These' would have made our 1930 depression's unemploymenl unbearable. C. 1/. Goetlie Vnglo Bank Building Sacramento, ' lalifornia 17th Award RESERVES RIGHT TO PAN OFFICIALS To lie Dallas Times Herald: In reference In your e-eliteuieil ol February 22. "Fanaticism on Communisl Issue' Plays into Hands of Enemies": If miu heul been writing editorials during the lime of the Boston Tea Part) you would have called the patriots fanatics, Inn. I suppose. During the Roosevell era, the- public was told in accepl his able, intelligent ami well- balanced experimenl in socialism, eis he weis our presidenl eunl knew whal was Least fee, us. Then came Truman's "nil herring" type "i intelligence. Musi we hi' forever trustful eiml newer question the verdicts nl mir elected public servants, nr be eellleal feilieilie- he'eallse III' llifli'l'? Mrs. John II . Osborne I II I Berkle) Vve.. Dallas. Texas 18th Award NEEDED AMENDMENT To the Dallas Xncs: Voters should secure a cop) ..I the proposed amendmenl to the Constitution as offered In Sen. Price Daniel. Jem. 2d. It concerns the need lor a new method ,,l electing Presidents of the I nited States. I iitler lhe present law, sh,,nl,| ;i j,residential candidate in any state receive just one vote more' than his opponent, he slill will receive the entire electoral vote "f ihe state. In states where parties Al'Ts FORUM NEWS, May, He'" are- eilmosl equal such eis New > ork. I alifornia, Illinois. Pennsylvania and niher- block-voting minority group who will fighl this amendment, can control all nf lhe electoral \uie-s of ilmse skill's. W ith such power they an- in position in bring 3113311 pressure nn am or eill presidential candidates. Musi people interested enough to investigate anil stueh ihis proposed amendmenl will give il strong support. R. /','. // tlliams ".".11 29th, Lubbock. Texas 19th Award THE YALTA CONFERENCE AND THE UNITED NATIONS To ihe Monroe Morning World: I lure arc an astonishing number of letters appearing in your paper Ihar pontificate againsl the Yalta conference and ihe I nited Nations. Roosevell wee- making valiant efforts to hnl.I Russia in lhe weir. The- w hole of Manchuria would have been ei small price in pay for tin- lives nf Vmericaii boys. Second, ii wee- agreed thai Denial would he em open port. Well, there hav» ln'i'ii open ports created before. I'liirel. there weis em agreemenl thai llussi-i was in repossess certain territon thai hail been forcibl) taken frnm Ih-i b) Japan. I In' I nited Yilie.ns (lharter was conceived iee ;i noble principle. That il has mil always worked according lei thai principle is due lo human imperfections. Senator Lodge is se-eiicel wilh ei much better perspective ol ll perations ami their ensuing results than are those who criticize. I Inn fulfill lhe old maxim. "An empty wagon makes the mosl noise." '/'. ) . Harp 1,'I'D. Me 1 Rouge. La. 20th Award FINE FOR A WELCOME HOME To tin- To,tea City Sews: Congress and the Senate heul no trouble raising their wage or the Federal employees, etc., hut when the Democrats came up lo ei\c the la\- payers ;i cut, thai was outrageous. I think thai i- the firsl time in aboul twenty years thai the Democrats suggested such legislation. Mehhv if they come oul w ith a bill to send each taxpayer $50 as a reward for paying from 20 percent to ')1 percenl laves Im the lasi Ici years, il mighl pa—, eis il would he spending mone\ instead of ~ei\ ing il. II looks like' most of them are trying io forgel tic prisoners in Communisl China anil il linn should he fortunate enough in u.'i home, then would probably he tried for aiding the enemj al aboul $100,0 '.eh ju-i to show them thai we were- glad to have them back. R. .1. I pdegra/f 200 So. Lincoln Ponca < Sty, < Iklahomu Page li.t
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