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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 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 059
Transcript CONTEST RULES LETTERS TO THE EDITORS: Write letters of 150 or less words to your favorite paper about any subject of "ational interest. If you need more tnan 150 words to express your views, divide the material into two or more letters. Letters must have been published w newspaper or magazine, and clipping •^nt for entry. Firsl award, $25 cash plus '-' six-month subscriptions to FF NEWS lor persons specified by winner; second a»ard, SKI cash plus 50 six-month sub- friptions lo FF NEWS; third award, 30 B,*-month subscriptions to FF NEWS, N'h a token award of 5 records contain- 'nK 10 Dan Smool talks, for all olher letters which Facts Forum publishes. Decision of judges will be made four days l*rior to closing of the Facts Forum •oil each month. F'RST HALF OF 1955 CONTEST: The letters submitted by you for the jD°"thly contest will be held in compe- llon for (he half-year contest ending V'pe 30, 1955. A judging committee "liferent from the monthly conlesl and ".".• used heretofore will be selected for Hi 's conlesl. First award, $300; second, S200 third, $100. SLOGAN: . -An award of $32 will be {riven for the **st slogan adopted for use lhe following V}0|Uh. Closing dale is four days prior to '"e closing of Ihe Facts Forum Poll each "•oath. Each person is invited to keep phe .slogan only in this competition, "tries may be changed al any lime. P°LL QUESTIONS: "He Ask siil question! Facls Forum '■rs prizes of $64, $32 and $16, .. JDectively, for the firsl, second and third best J* monthly I'oll. Questions for the con - Questions submitted bv readers for 'he , lest civ traders, including spaces, so eis nol to ,,x'<'ed one line on Ihe I'oll Card. EACH (li-,0N AI-AY ENTER ONLY THREE " hSTIONS IN THE CONTEST. Your (H'stions may be published in lhe Facts "run, p0|j even though they do nol win ('l '."'ize. Questions will be judged for 'urreni interest, fairness and con- Keep questions "unloaded." ;ions must be weirded so lhat Ihey dn he answered Yes or No. [;s"n«ss. (ll'Mio SUBJEC T FOR PROGRAM: iy£nd questions to be1 answered on the xsWi:i;s FOR AMERICANS program lo *ho acts Forum, Dallas, Texas. Tim ,. send questions which become the SiiJi*"01 of a broadcast will receive a 5,°" bond. SJ^ESTIONS FOR SORTERS' ROUNDUP: leki'.'1'' Questions for this program to |j '' OKTKKS' ROUNDUP, Mutual Th',', , 'asl'"" System, Washington, D. C. i"!.^',. ' three questions submitted will *'lve Cyma dual-purpose clocks. prov OCATIVE PROSE: 1 ('nd quotations worth reading and "iberinii. He sure to lisl authors and Nie >rces |)rj"!"cs' Persons sending in excerpts y 'n,«'<1 in FF NEWS will receive one- kj','1' subscriptions to FF NEWS. If iria ntTs arc already subscribers, they 'heV "l ,urn designate someone whom ?->■ Want lo receive the award subscrip- 'iii,, | " t|1(, ' in case of duplication of entries. \L °"e with Ihe earliest postmark will Used. pActs 1st Award MIDDLE OF THE ROAD l.e the AmariHo Daily Veins: Tlie middle-of-the-road politician reminds me of the middle-of-the-road driver who is oul lo lake advantage of every opportunity al whatever cost, even if it nireins damage lo oilier motorists; hence, he is ;i dangerous nuisance mi the highways. Tin- middle-of-the-road politician is out to get the votes if lie lias to play Imtli sides America's friends ami ils enemies. He is mosl concerned eihout heing elected even if il means damage lo his country. We are either fur our country or againsl il. We can'l play both siilrs ami make il work. We can I lie neutral and In1 true lo America. How about it? /. Kent Electra, Texas 2nd Award OUR 'UNBRAVE' WORLD To the Minneapolis Slur: \\ I- never had ;i more dramatic and convincing demonstration of what em "unbrave' world we live in today than lhe soft-pedaling of lhe feirl thai out 900 Amriiraii servicemen are languishing in Chinese prison camps. In tin- January issue of the magazine 7'Ae' Freeman, tin editors <|uol<' Roberl Ingersoll as stating em Sept. 21. 1876: "The' flag thai will nut protect ils defenders is a dirty rag thai contaminates the air in which it waves. The governmenl thai will not defend its defenders is ei disgrace lo lln- nations uf the world. It ei|i|ie;irs high time that the American people wake up and demand lhal their governmenl heed Ingersoll's advice. Hans Kruger l\ 0. I'm-. 125, Si. .lames. Minnesota 3rd Award BAIT To lhe Los Angeles Examiner: \\ heit powerful forces in ihis country are trying i" destroy America as ei sovereign nation? These forces are using lhe lineal of atomic warfare and the calculated propaganda uf atomic Masts, evacuation and complete devastation as groundwork for scaring (Americans into world government through ihe "atomic pool and "u en Iel disarmament." \lter 22 years of nothing hut tragic results from secrel leilks with Russian FORUM NEWS, March, 1955 Hay. you seen page 45? leaders, our officials are again engaged in secrel leilks with these same leaders regarding "atoms for peace." Secrel leilks in Teheran, Yalta, Potsdam, Berlin, ami Geneva have placed eu,12 million helpless people into Communisl slavery. How can our leaders expeel these- same Communists, devoted to the semie program, In honor any agreement, secrel or otherwise? One hard blow can destroy America. Thai blow is nol atomic. Il is lhe' well- aimed, insiiliitus blow thai will destroy our Constitution, the strength and life ot America. 1/rs. Robert I'upsdorj 1210 Harvard, Claremont, Calif. 4th Award AS LENIN SAW IT To lhe Toronto Globe & Mail: C;u i en I ;f- \eiiiiiii.i! Newspaper has now unequivocally declared in favor of recognition of Communist China. ''Mao Is No Transient." The- address before the Canadian Club of "a man who eoulil not he suspected of Communisl sympathies" weis nicely limed : together with the Hon. Mr. Pearson's statement from Ottawa hinting al I N recognition. The Communisl eiim -t:it<-<! by Lenin was creation of a lied China as a necessary prelude to a lied Asia, then a Red Pacific, prior to assaull upon America. This will include Canada no ineiiter how our foreign policy men presently differ From that of lhe- I nited Stales. Communisl strategy will always he to splil and splinter its opponents. Stopping Communisl expansion with Ihe alibi of raising the standard of living of the Asian meisses is a delusion. The high standard of lixitig on ihis continent is met preventing the growth of pro-Communist sentiment ;is lhe hilest mini's indicate. iiitlretc Glen (.l.iilirook Farm I.oi usi Hill. Iratario, Canada 5th Award QUOTES GENERAL 1 o the Sacramento Bee: ((ne of OUT distinguished generals who fought in Korea was giving a lecture on communism. \ listener asked him ih«' usual question: What do you ihink uf McCarthyism? He answered: "1 do not recognize any ism hut rVmericanism. I do not know Page ">7 5?
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