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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
Type
  • 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 066
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Please add the name of my brothers listed below to receive your publications and any other material you have available to forum members . . - \\ e think you are doing a splendid u<>rk. More power to you and all anti-commutii-t^-. Glen Rice 2205 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, Calif. ...Glad for the voting privilege (on the monthly poll i. ePrwe tin- explanatory booklet ("Background of Facts Forum"). 1 know the good work will continue, and to help \\< promotion in a small way, I am sending a gift subscription (to a friend l .. . Bless you for the courageous work as you stand at the voluntary post of duty to our I .S.A. \ grateful, thankful Vmerican, Mrs. SalUe Herman Rt. 3, Butler, Mo. -amis of lives in 1918. Since 1940 more billions and thousands went down the same drain to save a France whose own leaders sold it out. The once valiant nation which rushed troops by taxicabs to Verdun in 1914 had no taxicabs al Dien Bien Phu in 195-1- because I nele Sam didn't furnish them. There is a matter of self-help. You buy a vagrant a cup of coffee during tough times because he can't help himself. During prosperity, however, ii goes againsl Un- grain to lm\ a bottle of wine for a hum who will not help himsell. Should American taxpayers have to >ioek the wine cellar thai i> France for the next 1,000 years? Arthur \ . Iiish<>() V. (). Box 532, Dallas. Texas * * » 12th Award CRITICIZES ADMISSION OF REDS IN UNESCO Tee the Dallas Tillies Herald: Apparently Dr. George Shuster, presi- ilnii of the National Commission of I NESCO, elm-- mil share the view out- linril in your editorial cef Oct. Id thai Russia's entry into I NESCO is a potential step feu-waul in international relations, fur. according in the October 17 issue cef an eastern newspaper, he pointed nut that tin- Soviet I nion's ad- mittance will bear watching by all who dee not waul the work <>f UNESCO undermined. To which I add. I NESCO hears watching, period!! Mary Louise Dodge 6131 iiic-liiil Lane, Dallas, Texas c* ■» e. 13th Award UNESCO To the Dallas Veuu: The constitution of I NESCO announces the Following measures necessary to promote the intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind, conditions necessary for world peace: "Full and equal opportunities feer education for all: the unrestricted pursuit of objective Subscription Order Facts Forum, Dallas, Texas Please enter the following r . ^nrr. ■,.■,■ n ivrwt; subscription to the .. FACTS FORUM NEWS □ Special introductory offer of 6 months for $1.00 □ One year S2.00 □ Three years 85.00 Remittance Enclosed Q Send bill Q This subscription is a gift Q i (PLEASE PRINT) i Strf^r ' ntv i i Smtp ! (Zone) | truth; the free exchange of i<li*as knowledge: Ih.- development an1 crease in means of communication Who can find fault with tin-1 blared human rights? What dan| our way of life can hi- -ecu in the of the human family? These aj prime functions and purposl I Nl-'.St !0. Dependable reports I these an- being carried mil al disorderly world as vigorously fectively as possible under worM ditions. I am convinced lhat critj arc- based more mi prejudices tli; facts. * hie- w riting lor the public lee- certain of his [acts. \. ( ■ 5016 Milam. Dallas .il ■ v s/s 14th Award U.N. ENCOURAGES REDS TO VIOLENT ACTS To ill'' Shret cporl Times: What power other than ihe I'Uth Nations could en- would have pre* tin- \inn. \a\ \ an.I \il Korce tin- command of l.ni. MaeArlhu' gt[) winning < -<. 11»| .1* -t. - vieton ovcl China.-'' Thai would have Facilitated th«l rati f Korea long before .loin1' Dulles made- that Futile trip ''' Geneva Conference and would l'al terred Soviet lln-sia from shooiii'e? '"> U.S. planes jusl for target praeli* it would have avoided handing the best pail of Indochina. wilMjth 13 million inhabitants, t" Con"" China and Sc>\ irl Russia. While ihe- Communists all > world and in our own country destruction of the I nited Stat' deceitful I nited Nation- says Peace' \\ hen in truth and fad " not peace. How Ion-: Ob. bow long "'[" IiiiK patriolie citizens of lb''. States of \inorioa liilerale tb'-.Rcn unparalleled fraud, ihe I nited v Sincerely, John II. 1/c '-''Hoc 15th Award THE NEW LOOK Tee ihe- l.os tllgeles Tillies Km 1, >c I The Democrat nominee lor (,(' Oct Richard Graves, al I In- ll..ll\«"'" I'l Pane 64 compared tin- Republican I'artM and the Dior new look as bo"1 0 < flat-busted. m \n\ woman who follows fa -ol him straight the new l)iofPE streamlined and with quite a l1" To lift. BK( I'm sure thai with me intent'*! mi. In- did a good job ol descr1 Mil new Republican look in politic Marjorie ''j! ',11111 |>alos \,-idcsl""Ti I'alos Verdes Esta'4* A( FACTS FORUM NKWS, JiMi8"]
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