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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 10, November 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date November 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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Title File 046
Transcript 1 HELP THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM Take advantage of the "Special Free Offer" on page 48 of thi- magazine. Call or write friend- to listen in on Facta Forum air shows. Type or write a lis* of stations on which thev can hear anil see 11 programs and mail the lisl lo them. If you cannot hear or see FF radio and TV programs in your area, ask your stations to carry them. Commend TV and radio stations for presenting FF. Your letters will help offset the one- they receive from critics ot the FF idea of giving both side*. Ask newsstands for the Tacts Forum IVews and if ihey do not carry it, ask them to do -o. Gel your chifa or discussion group to raise IF poll questions in their meetings. Write editors, columnists and commentators your informed opinion- on problems facing us. Enter the published clip- piti!_'- of letter- containing 1 .">0 or le— words in the FF'" leller contest. Head rules of the FF contest on page (>2 of this magazine. Write fact- Forum. Dallas, Texas, for material which will assist yon in getting business friend- Interested in AlHMV. PATRIOTISM TO THEIR ADS. Submit three questions to enter in the December I'oll One tion Contest (~- -pace- or less). Vote the November poll on page no of this issue. Pass your copy of Facts Forum JSeirs around lo friend- -o they may judge if they wi-h to subscribe. ■send Miur friends a 6-month introductory suhscription lo Fads Forum \eir.s for only §1- Where e|-e could you find -o much id' value for so little cost? l-yr. subscription, **-. 3 years for S5. Enter My \ =j .. . > Subscription Nc I ENCLOSE $2 □ FOR I YEAR. I ENCLOSE $5 D FOR 3 YEARS. FACTS FORUM NEWS Hakes the Public Interest of Interest to the Puhlie NAME Please Print STREET CITY ZONE STATE Federal Aid? (Continued from Page 43) education "I our veterans, eunl the one is no mon' socialistic lhan the other. Nor does federal eiiil to education mean federal control. It is possible and we Democrats have ;i bill befon- the Senate righl now ilieil does ihis. To grant federal funds to each state in a way which leaves control over education in llie same lieuuls il is in now. The liill follows the principle of giving grants-in-aid for hospitals and mental institutions. These laws have been operating now for a good many years and no dangers of federal control have appeared. I believe in local control of our schools. 1 think we can keep il theii way simply because few things are closer to the hearts of American parents than th lucation of llieir children. We can have federal eiid withoul federal control, lent we cannol have adequate education withoul federal aid. The Republican administration has come oul with ei bill for construction of new schools, lis a lug bill, bul read ii carefully and you will see thai this Republican bill bogs down school construction in unnecessary expense emd delay in red tape. It would be years before the school buildings pro- posed in this lull could be constructed. There would he greater costs to the local school districts because they would have to build llieir schools by -filing bonds eil high rates of interest. The administration lull is written in lhe tone of ee mortgage leemk of lending money to ei pauper to tie him down lo the banker who will gel his money lank plus interest. That is not the way lee eeiel education. And I'm happy to see thai this hill heis been opposed by the school superintendents "f thirty-four states. The Democratic bill of which I eun proud to l»' one of the twenty-four sponsors, provides grants of five hundred million dollars a year for construction of new schools. The money would <_'o to each state according to the number of school children il heul and according to the income of the people in the slate. The monev would go directly and quickly so ilieit school construction could begin al once. This kiml ol a lull should have been passed long ago. for this kind of eiid is in tlie linesi tradition of American democracy. To give every American hoy and girl a sound education or al leasl em opportunity lor one. is to give each of them equal opportunity to make sure lhal all of diem, no meiller how poor lie' homes they conic from, can have an equal sleirt in life anil el chance to prove llieir worth. Federal eiid lee education is not spending legislation. It is em inveslnieul ein inveslmenl in llie minds of our children. And ii pays rich dividends and Irains seie'iiiisis eunl businessmen and Ireiins farmers eunl better civic leaders for the fulure. Investments like these not onlv reaffirm democracy in Ainiiicei 1ml they give our people llie training lhal is needed io maintain leadership in ihe world of today. • • • Local Control? (Continued from Page I \) he -eiiel "without interference wilh the responsibility of sieiie emd lined school systems." In each recommendation, it seems lo me tlieii federal eeiel in ii- mosl acceptable form— would violate the time-honored eunl time-tested local control of our se|io,,|s. would ci 13 lltnvenl llie School ili-tricls emd -tale laws -11 iheit llie cure for our problem is worse than lhe pain. Further, to cite bul one criticism federal law. in ils distance from the people, nme eigeein would overlook human nature. When federal grants are suggested for those slates needing llu financial eiid. who will refuse or fail to seek Page 11 I'M Is linn M NKWS, November, 1955
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