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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 8, September 1955 - File 067. 1955-09. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 20, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/489/show/486.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 8, September 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 8, September 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date September 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • 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 Attention Facts Forum Poll Voters Please note lhal in the future poll cards will not be mailed separately from Facts Forum fVews. Voter,- siion hi use llie eoupon ;it tlie righl of ihi- page, either detaching ;*"<1 sending llii* coupon i<> us or recording four votes mi ;i separate sheet as shown in llie instructions which follow llie poll questions. September Poll Question Winners An award of $10.00 each has been made to the following persons who submitted questions used in this month's poll: Bricker . Sr. 1st: CLARA E. LITZINGER R.F.D. 1 Corvallis, Montana n. Texas 2nd: MRS. INEZ KNIGHT Route 1 Salado, Texas ' of man. leans ac- 3rd: MRS. C. KIEFNER R. D. No. 3 Joliet, III. Belief in equality individ- 4th: EDNA M. PETERSON 255 W. 108th St. New York 25, N. Y. 5th: MRS. ROY CHAFFEE Lansing, Minn. ngs near el ^il em hear the 6th: EDWARD E. JARESKE P. O. Box 474 Genoa, Nebr. 7th: MARILYN B. HOLLISTER P. O. Box 1441 Ft. Benning, Ga. 8th: MISS SUSIE A. BESSOR 420 S. 2nd St. Chambersburg, Pa. 'th: W. J. KLOPP. Ph.D. 4279 San Rafael Ave. Los Angeles 42, Calif. '0th: MRS. RUTH M. LAUFER 432 Westwood Ave. Jackson, Tenn. '■th: BELMONT SUMNER 72-A Irving St. Worcester 3, Mass. ■2th: MRS. ALICE C. SMITH Washington St. Duxbury, Mass. l3'k: J. p. WHITTINGHILL Falls of Rough, Kentucky ,4>h: LEONARD PONDER P. O. Box 432 Weaverville, N. C. FACTS FORUM NEWS, September, 1955 FACTS FORUM POLL QUESTIONS Closes September 5 Could the Bill of Rights pass now? Should a President choose his running mate? I- Russia's "new soft line." lulling us into False security? Should the Morgenthau diary lie released in its entirety? I- teaching I . S. history being gradually left out of our schools? Should the Status nf Forces Treaty be revoked? Are inir churches inislcil in believing IN to be dedicated to world peace? Should Mr. Hoover's recommendations on government spending !"■ adopted? I- Nehru acting sincerely in the interest of peace? Should vve blame the home more and society less for juvenile delinquency^ (!een the Constitution be amended by an acl of Congress? Should Standard Time lee restored throughout the nation? Should Communisl or subversive books be permitted in our libraries? Should merchants add Patriotism to ads? Yes No n n ii n Ll II MM III! MM IIII M M M M I 1 i IIII i i 1 nil M M • PLEASE NOTE: We are discontinuing the mailing of poll cards, and voters are requested lo write in vour votes hv listing your answers on a separate sheet of paper. simp]} omitting Ihe questions on which vou have no opinion (for example, I. Yes, 2. So. 1. Yes, etc.) and mailing to Facts Forum, Dallas I. Texas (no other address necessary). Your votes shown in this manner, or indicated on ihe above form, represent your halloi in lhe Facts Forum Poll. fi / enclose $2.00 for I vr. subscription to Facts Forum Vews. % YES 13 :\\ 18 71 5)3) 10 (I I 82 69 'in 7:; 63 'in LAST MONThTS POLL RESULTS Should trade be increased with Communist countries? An- public schools educating for good American citizenship? Should each state he allowed to decide its segregation issue? Has the Supreme (aunt overstepped its constitutional functions? Should foreign aid he continued while the l.S. is heavily in debt? I- there Communisl propaganda in today's schoolbooks? Should the 1 .S. control distribution of the Salk vaccine? I- Eisenhower's proposed ninety cents an hour minimum fair? Should the Bricker \mendmenl be enacted into law? \re newspaper monopolies impairing our freedom? Should Pearl Harbor, Cairo. Tcheiein. einel Potselam papers Is the I .S. losing the propaganda cole! war? Should subversive suspects have constitutional right lo face' accusers? Slieeuhl the I ,S. iiii economic aid lo countries who trade »iih lied China: I..- released? This Month's Slogan: "APATHETIC PEOPLE become A PATHETIC PEOPLE" —Submitted by .1. CARLETON LYONS. Putney, Vermont Page fi.")
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