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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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Transcript I McCarthy hut as you have just heard I do know'' communism. 1 have seen American boys tied with their hands behind their backs with bullet holes in the back of their heads. The only thing to do with a Communist is gel him he- fore he gets you. That is what he is ordered to do. "You cannot argue with him because his mind is closed. ^ on cannot out-talk him. He can out-talk you. It is falal lo appease him. Il is falal lo trust him. So I am for anybody who hunts them. If that includes Senator McCarthy, then I am for Senator McCarthy." Mrs. 11. I.emthardt 819 6th St., Modesto. Calif. * * * * * 6th Award DEFENDING KNOWLAND Tee tin- /■'/. Worth Star-Telegram: It seems the Star-Telegram has taken particular pains recently to demean Sen- ator Knowland and his efforls to bring back to America's protection the 11 American boys we sent out to defend us. A Dec "• editorial suggests that Senator Knowland should "'step down*' for daring lo recommend a naval blockade as a means of forcing Red China to return our citizens. Tin- front page of the senile edition reports Presidenl Eisenhower .is considering the 11 I .S. h.evs ihe responsibility of the I nited \eiiinns. Mr. Editor, you probably have children, loo: hut I have ei hoy si\ years old. I have no desire to send him oul. 12 years from now. lo defend a country which will entrust his safely lo lhe vote of 60 foreign nations. Like Senator Knowland. I believe thai America should defend Americans. Don't you? Wayne Stokes 1922 Windsor Place, fort Worth. Texas 7th Award TRIBUTE PAID TO POSTAL MEN To lhe Dallas Times Herald: Federal employees are often criticized ami accused ol being inefficient parasites by the- mi-informed, or uninformed. In view of ihis. I would like to pay tribute- to a group of Ihe most efficient workers in the world, the- 1 ,S. Postal Service. Several weeks ago, Mr. E. S. Samuel- son, Seagoville, Texas, received a letter addressed lo him with Samuelson, Texas, as the- address. This letter was maile-il in New York City. Last week, this writer received ee magazine from Tunbridge \\ .11-. England, and ii was addressed t" him with thi- address: Seagoville, Box 263. U.S.A. Somewhere, some' postal clerk held marked "Try Texas" and to Seagoville, 'IVxeis. it came. Where cm vein heat thai for efficiency'.'' Camel Hill Box B, Soelgov ille. Texas Pace :>8 8th Award SOFT UNCLE SAM To the Dallas News: One of our leading elailics recently printed a cartoon depicting I nele Sam. very grim and determined, facing a leering Red Chinese across a beeefv of water, while' stripping his kid gloves from a fisi as big and hard-looking as ei petrified ham. I'm afraid tin' cartoonist has committed criminal libel against lhe- gentleman. Back in the rough-and-ready days of buckskin chaps ami Teddy llmese've-li that mighl have been true. Bul in Ihese' elays of feather dusters, striped pants and top bats, the old man has learned the blessings of tolerant magnanimity, especially with the Communists, anti-anti-Communists and One- Worlders. The News of Woonsock, S.D.. remark-. "People come in three sorts: the few who make things happen, the many who watch things happen, ami the overwhelming majorily lhat don t know whal happened." Leslie A. Shaw 122 East Ave. 45, Los Angeles 31. Calif. * » * * * 9th Award LOANS, NOT GIFTS. ABROAD To the Lone: Reach Press-Telegram: Vour calling for letting our Senators and Congressmen know how we object to such waste as has occurred in the peisi should be heeded bv all who desire' honest economy in lhe use of taxpayers' money. Also, in the mailer of handouts to foreign nations. I submit lhal il is aboul lime thai making them gifts should he- stopped, especially ees our past lavish giving seems not to have won us many good friends, while it has imposed a far too heavy burden upon the taxpayers. From now on. why not provide needed financial help In deserving nations in loeins. eit low interest if necessary, bul re-payable in equal monthly installments, beginning within 90 days and extending over not more than 2(1 years'.' Then. probably less would he asked for. ami the money, having lo be repaid, would he more carefully spent. Walter II . Strong 5801 Carford St.. Long Beach 15, Calif. * * tt ef * 10th Award FAVORITE PROGRAMS Tee the il ashington Post & limes Herald: In Laurence Laurent's column. December 26, he suggested 10 television programs which he would like 1" exchange for something better. Two eel these In were "Superman" and "Facts Forum." Contrary to mosl programs dealing in crime which children watch, "Superman stands fur traditional American ideaw His motto. "Strength. Courage and M tice," inspires the children lo follow so they will become useful American cw zens and have lhe foundation for buna' ing ee L'eeied cheit'eu'teT. Fails Forum, contrary to Mr. I,;,il rent's opinion, does present both sic1' of veirieeeis controversial questions an* eleees it quite thoroughly. The aim * Facts forum is to arouse lhe public* interest in current events and lo stiff"' late imliv idueil participation in lhe shap ing of public policy. Since', according ' tic Constitution of lhe United Stales. tW people are sovereign, Facts Forum h'1" lhe people should he- we'll inform1'' Many of us feel Facts Forum is doing' good' iob. Elizabeth II. Osth 126 S. Church St.. Berryville, V« to fear? 9ki» 11th Award CONFIDENCE To ihe Los Angeles Exam What have we in Vmei'i. AMERICA, lhe land of energy. courage, v itality and plenty : VMERICA, where the human heart1' as big as a mountain, tender as a sno* flake and vital as sunshine, where I"" people freely give their lime. <'i"''r and talents toward collecting funds >° care of the afflicted: AMERICA, where people are pra*| fully concerned about the welfare °'] man trapped in a mine, a child I""?1' in a well curbing, or lost in the wil"1 ins-; where' men hy lhe hundreds IJ eisiele their work, volunteer their -'' | iii'.-. and risk their lives in atternp' rescue: AMERICA, where people are so e§ corned for lhe welfare' eef llllfol'lll"'1'1 lhe world over, as lo share' wilh f'v their plenty; AMFRICA, where people leave tW loved ones and challenge hazards in ' , remote-i penis of the world In carry ' Gospel. \\ heet have' we in America to fear McClellan Patterson J 536 No. Hargrave, Banning, ' •" 12th Award CREEPING MILITARISM To the Dallas News: .,. Have vou taken a good look al fl new national reserve plan? Looks JJ something copied verbatim from the Ier Youth Movement. How can this 1"* pen in a democracy? And why? Our young men shoiildn'1 I" pellcd In spend long years in a " . program where, if they miss tneefl the) i em be edl bul jailed and W% disciplinary action such as dishono*^ discharge tor nol remaining active i" I program for six years after spending I years em active d'ulv. Even so the) "."', 'led hack in case- of war. \\ "" ' .' ,'i)l" ,.,.s."A' abh-l, major elie'el mili have to go in c"~ war ? FACTS FORUM NEWS, Morel' weu«o Mullins C'".lee,,,l ^TOsburg fceluon ii''Wr'iee'.l,ii Jji'meeliis '■ -I., ,."»i-le. V;:;:.'; Si" "^'^ AL TE*Ai >"l".„. **Wllo "••Wing '""hum *»« i-te«.n. ■■>"<•■ I-1:-'"..., Ki'il 1 1 aeee. ''"'"' i.'l.l: IS" If '""vill. AfTS
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