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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 9, October 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 9, October 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date unknown
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • 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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Title File 066
Transcript term, "Hooverize," as a symbol of effi- cient government practices. Patricia McDonough 25 Monroe Place, Brooklyn 1, N. Y. 14th Award CHURCH COUNCIL ATTACKS KNOWLAND To the Los Angeles Times: I was shocked and grieved lhat the president of the National Council of Churches should launch an intemperate, bitter and unfounded attack on Senator William Knowland. California church people agree Dr. Eugene Carson Blake is entitled to say anything he wishes but we question the propriety of anyone holding the position of president of National Council of Churches coming here to preach a "sermon" of slander against a man elected lo the Senate. Dr. Blake is quoted as assailing the ""isolationism" and "go-it-alone-ism" of Senator Knowland. Everyone in California, including the Communists, knows the Senator is no isolationist. Dr. Blake argued "'for extension of the reciprocal trade treaties because it is the right and the Christian thing to do." He should know that good Christians in California, as elsewhere, are divided on this issue. There is no "Christian issue" involved. Mrs. Dan Gilbert 4530 Live Oak Drive Claremont, California * ♦ * 15th Award ENFORCING COURTS WILL To the Dallas News; Personally, I cannot think of anything more asinine than the spectacle of an individual or a group in authority issuing an order they cannot enforce. It is a position, for example, which I avoid assiduously in dealing with my children. Such is the position in which the packed, considerably less-than-august body of our Supreme Court has placed itself. I suggest that the American people, who do not want their social, economic, scholastic, or religious lives dictated by the NAACP, or any other minority pressure group, take no action whatever—and simply let the U. S. Supreme Court enforce its ruling on "desegregation" by whatever means it can. Mrs. Leonard Rar/iul 3109 Mi Kinney Avenue Dallas, Texas BOOK REVIEWS (Continued pom Page 54) There should now be sufficient evidence that humanity has some steps to retrace, some fallacies to reject, some hatred and willful purposes to relinquish. The conditions of peace are simple and fundamentally moral; hence, ihey do not lend themselves to programs which involve the controlling of others, for they are well within lhe reach and choice of everv individual. International armies — "police forces" — are instruments of war, not peace. Coercion and regimentation introduced into human relations is lhe elemental act of war: it is the fundamental essence of aggression. Coercion, anel the control of one human intellect bv another—ingredients present in "o much proposed human organization for peace- procure conflict, not peace. Whenever there is coercion in place of persuasion- despotic physical or mental control in place of self-determination, collectivism in place of individual freedom, there is the seed of war. The cure is not more of the same, on a global scale. Sislev Huddle-ton has shown the mental despotism of the techniques of promoting crowd contagion through propaganda, misinformation and false counsel —of exercising power through suggestion and popular pressure. It is a safe bet thai Popular Diplomacy and War will be vigorously opposed or discreetly ignored hy avid adherents of popular diplomacy with its dramatism and sensationalism, its sense of personal power in the manipulation of popular prejudice and emotion. The book will antagonize many of those who are "crusaders" for personally favored "plans" for peace, as well as some who are belligerently nationalistic. But for the great portion of people who are seriously interested in a step-by-step working out of the difficulties in foreign relations, Page 64 this hook holds much of value. It leads the reader to a re-evaluation of his own views concerning the problems facing tin- world. For this reason there is a moderating message for those of eill viewpoints. It is to be hoped that this book will contribute to a growing awareness that the road to "peace" is peace itself—not war, intervention, coercion or any other manner of open or covert despotism. —-G. W. DeArmond, Jr. CIVIL DEFENSES (Continued from Page 57) not needed in New York should not be- here. The cilv can be destroyed and if the people are still here they'll be destroyed with it. I also believe that people have to die. And those lhat are essential to New York City, so that we have a city to come back to if thc Russians don't destroy it. must stay here and then if it falls to their lot to be in the area of destruction so they'd he killed, well. God bless them! BURT: General, are you saying—just one little more point, there—are you saying that it's a very remote possibility that the Russians could launch a Pearl Harbor type of surprise attack? Ht'EBNER: Well, it's never beyond possibility. However, there would be an awful lot of failures on the part of government if we allowed this to happen to us. BURT: In other words. General, it would be just a tremendous—one of the worst catastrophes, probably, in the history of man if they did launch a surprise attack and it were successful, on the island of Manhattan? Huebner: That's right. However, I would like to say this: that our civil defense is geared to just thai verv problem—for those who are slill alive and are in need of assistance, the rest of the country must come to their assistance and it's only through organized effort that this can be brought about. RADIO and TV SCHEDULES (Continual from Page 61 > VIRGINIA (Continued) Newport News Orange Richmond Roanoke Staunton Suffolk Waynesboro ..<.*«. Winchester WINC-WRFL WACH-AM** 1270 To be announced WACH-TV** 33 To be announced WJMA** 1340 Sun 9:30 p WMI1G* 1380 WSLS-TV** 10 Sun 3:00 p WAFC* 900 Sun 12:00n WLPM* 1450 WLPM** 1450 WAYB* 1490 To be announced 14011 Tuts 6:45p WASHINGTON Colfax Grand Coulee Mobcb Lake Pullman Seattle Spokane Tacoma Yitkima KCLX* 1450 KFDR** 1400 KSEM* KSEM** KOFE* KOFE** KOMO* KHQ-TV** KTAC* KYAK* 1400 1450 1 1311 Seen Wed Sat 1150 1150 Sein Sun 1000 Mein 6 850 1390 Sun Weel WEST VIRGINIA Hlu.-fi.-lel WKOYt Elkirea WDNEt HeintinBton WPLHt MorKantown WAJRt New Martinsville WETZ* Oak Hill WOAY-TV** Ronceverte WRON* WKON** WKWK* WBTHt Wheeling Wlllinmsoi 1240 1240 1450 12311 1330 4 1400 1400 1400 11 (III Mem Mein Mon Mein Fri San Sun Mem 3 :»0 p 5:30 p 8 510 p 10:46 a 2:00p 6 :30 p 4:30p 9:15p 9:30 p 9:30p 9:30 p 9:30 p 10:00 a 5:00p 10:16p 9:30 p WISCONSIN Appleton Ashland Eau Claire Fond du Lac Green Ray Janesville La Crosse Madison Manitowoc Medford 1'... .Isliunz Richland Center Two Rivers WHItYt WATWt WHIZt KFIZt WJPGt WCLOt WLCXt WMFM* WWOC* WIGMt WRDB* WRCO* WTIIW* WTRW** 1230 1400 1400 1460 1440 1230 1490 104.1 Hon Hon M.ai M.ai lion .Man M.ui Bun 980 To be a ei n. ai 14110 Mon 8 1400 Sun 6 1450 Tobeannou 1590 To be annou 1690 To be annou 30 p 30 p 30 p 30 p 30 p 30 p .3(1 i. 00 p need 30 p SOP need need need Casper KVOC* 1230 Sun 7:16p Cody KODI* 1400 Tues 6:30P Lanelcr KOVEt 1230 Mon 7:30P Powell KPOWt 1260 Mon 7:30P She-rielan KWYOt 1410 Mon 7:30p Torrington KGOS** 14!l» Tues 7:S0P FACTS FORUM NEWS, October, 1955
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