jTo the Long Beach Independent
After all we've suffered at the hands
if the vicious Reds, including the shooting down of another of our planes, what
hink you of Eisenhower's giving the
►pinion that "the terrible spectre of war
ooms less threateningly?'
I Just how badly can a President be deceived? Or is he afraid of offending the
tied mob if he issued to them the too-
y expressed its'! What shall it profit a nation if, even
lection results Trith keeping business as usual, its gov-
iection dcvelopejrnment's timidity subverts its moral
;ountry as a wjourage and robs it of its self-respect?
that is signifies" Waller W. Strong
e two great P» 5801 Garford St., Long Beach, Calif,
erge on foreign ^ ^^ . . .
r to relinquish APOLOGIZE TO DOG
o the Dallas News.
I other people* After listening to the howling of the
is sacrifice. Bot»Sew Dealers — of both parties — anent
to brave the s%e "dog" reference in Secretary of De-
;al individuals ense Charles E. Wilson's speech, I am
less investigati<*onvinced that he should have apolo-
ersives. Both p'ized to the dog rather than the people,
inned economy- lis mistake was in trying to moralize
mic foreign potyiout work in a country which no
he enemy isn't "Snger has any morals on the subject,
at this stage. J It is disillusioning to see so many
llenge, why sMJeople in high places so lacking in the
3 election be powers of reasoning that a simple speech
arolinians gave % totally lost on them. One wonders if,
1 look whal happen their youth, they were never ad-
Ilelen W. /ertfc<™°nished lo emulate the "busy bee" and
es St., Baltimore lowly anl in their industry.
Anyway, we found out that there is
| quicker way of making news than
pe "Man-bites-dog" route. He has only
OVERNMENT p step on a "kennel dog's" tail to make
leadlines in every red-tinged country
,n Evening Star „ |n(, wor](j overn;„|1|:
semantics has VI f\frs /.;/,-2ao(,^ hj Jhwealt
pon. Words silj
ised. 1'cnicx !'"-„_
,eard over and JtfcRS
does not exist- "o the Cincinnati Times-Star:
etc security here- [ ,]on't ]lnow now to start tnjSj as j
to in.an a fl.,m s» mad I can hardly see. Old Secre-
much of "civil r*r) ^ ils«n has sure got a lot of nerve
cponsibililies. ° (,all the unemployed American people
idministration's " My husband has always been hard
the civil e.ci\'l'e/orking, honest and a good father of
rls. subverts, aH"hrec children. He has been laid off
isted, as a smoke^ce June, and has been all over look-
s of the guilty- ,.nS for work. He has never been a siting in illegal ■fc[le\r"\ any other kind of a dog
PACTS WITH RUSSIA
To the Dallas Times Herald:
Facts Forum asks: "Dare we work
with Russia in any plan for 'Atoms for
We are dealing with Soviet Russia,
Red China and their satellites, "nations
of maniacal un-Godly political philosophy and ideology," all designed to conquer the world by any means. The only
fear they have is of military might. Any
suggested plan for coexistence is designed to lull us into a false sense of
security. They are exponents of communistic philosophy, unmitigated 'liars.'
Their philosophy is not only un-Godly
but self-destructive. Even the members
of the 'Politburo' are not immune from
destruction, neither is any member of
the Communist party.
Are we, a supposedly intelligent people, so senseless as to enter any agreement with Communist nations, with full
consciousness that they are biding their
time for our destruction? Our only hope
is for sufficient military power to protect us from this dastardly power of
Ed H. Patlon
518 W. 12th, Dallas, Texas
To the Dallas News:
I wish to compliment your paper on
the editorial, Oct. 23, relative to President Eisenhower's remarks about re-
introduction of his reinsurance proposal.
It is time that other papers realize that
the earnestness of President Eisenhower
and Mrs. Hobby does not make them
The American Medical Association
opposes reinsurance on the grounds
P. 0. Box 93. Rusk. Texas
lllg 111 illegal j , ~ ....... ... „ u„&.
fear from an H1' " '"ere are any jobs, what has hap-
in in ihe Governed to the want ads in the 77mc.v-
i civil right -lt''°r? They have sure disappeared. An-
trustworthy. r thing, if our Government hadn't
Iration has i'0' ent wor'i out of our country to France,
cer is found i" th'^cre would be a lot of people back at
jor surgery will
1. The insurance carriers themselves
have all the reinsurance money needed;
2. Voluntary health insurance is
making extremely rapid progress without reinsurance;
3. Reinsurance would not make uninsurable risks insurable;
4. Without an objectionable subsidy,
reinsurance would not reduce the cost of
insurance or overcome the' inertia of the
Al the American life convention in
Chicago. Mrs. Hobby stated "time is
running against those who seek to keep
health insurance on a voluntary basis."
Just what sort of compulsion does she
contemplate? ,/(// Rumph> M.D.
705-6 Medical Arls Bldg..
Fort Worth, Texas
WHY NOT FARMERS?
To the Omaha Evening II orlil/lerald:
There is no field where effort is hampered more by gamble- and disappointment than that of the farmer.
If all other classes of working people
are privileged to build for old age
security, then in the name of common
sense and logic why not the farmer?
Statistics show that less than 3% per
cenl of farm owners at age 65 have
their farms paid for.
Social Security is the first real break
for the farmer in a decade.
Lester A. McConnell
Route 2. Sutherland. Nebraska
AGAINST AID FOR FRANCE
To the Dallas Times Herald:
Facts Forum asks: Should Americans
continue economic aid and military aid
to France? The answer is clear.
Lafayette's aid in our revolution ».i>
repaid by billions of dollars and thou-
Mrs. Henrietta Ashcrajt
Ruth R- C<*°"te 2- Mt. Holly and Fair Oak Roads,
7016 Eastern Av8j Batavia, Ohio
ACTS FORUM NEWS, January, 1955
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