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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1956 - File 033. 1956-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 14, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/909/show/872.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1956
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. V, No. 2, February 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1956
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. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Title File 033
Transcript tncss a 22 i ; over pr*l ilation wilB i such pro]! very seven* zed this m fifteen pell s been arresj serious th*H ear, morej nes were °I :e eighteen I offenses, n is the pr# iquenc; lelinquenCjB d failure off ne their I year, an lildren, ag« ited, oi this* WIDE Wnm.Il PHOTO iiy Techniques of FBI investigation pay off. Suspect and his two confederates are rounded up by agents. Stolen tools are recovered. girls in ile crime : we as a ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ining fanii'j, quickly remedied if parents were held seipline <»n<1 ,'Sally and financially responsible for youngster »! Ule criminal acts of their children. . The ra ,. America enjoys the world's highest from insuSg INmg standard but, at the same time, training- las one of the world's highest crime ivv, respe^ J ates. The American people are pay- f Almighty i ng a terrific price for crime, which is •t tliem to " «timated at twenty billions of dollars of society-.J j'nnually. These alarming costs come n is esse.it1'1" "to sharp focus when it is realized (.l|((l].l,1.„U'iii fiat tor every dollar spent on educa- ty must coj "on, crime costs a dollar and forty-six ! on the pr^ , ts>,and for every dollar given to ;t year, 5"', ur lurches, crime costs 14 dollars, arrested f°f, .8 years "' L*W ENFORCEMENT GAINING of all perso , GROUND ind 43.6 P] isted for : group. I * ndition WO1 ,e>' in after p°"' lal* But there is one happy note in the "irne picture. The increased efficiency j tjfi law enforcement, its use of scien- 11 , aids, and increased training have t ^l"y hfted it into a respected profes- ■ on. For the first time in seven years, .,,erf are current signs that the up- r»<i trend of crime may level off. ° meet the ever-present problem lawlessness, law-abiding citizens ci if m"bih'zc to help take the hand- ins off laW enforcement. Law enforcement has not vet attained the ueasure of public- support it justly de- . /e.s- The law-abiding citizen should ^'Phold the cause of law and order ' gainst the sob sisters who cry, name every time a gangster is shot ',."fath hi a gun battle. He should "'« turn his back when some law enforcement officer gives his life in line ISt, iy ?r is shot in fie back by some mad dog," who frequently has (''l"'d from a dilapidated jail un- ;'"(hv of the name, or has been orhu hy some softhearted judge, has been paroled by some maudlin If acts Forum News, February, 1956 parole board or has been pardoned. I believe in parole, probation and pardon for those who are worthy. I firmly believe that parole and probation can be made more effective through better selection of those to receive their benefits and through better supervision. In too many states, parole is unworthy of its name, and probation, rather than rehabilitating offenders, is an invitation to the dangerous philosophy that criminals "can get away with their crimes." If anyone has any doubts, all he need do is to read the daily papers for the accounts of vicious crimes committed by persons on parole or probation. We need fewer paroles and pardons of professional killers, thugs and sex maniacs, a situation which convinces too many that "crime does pay." We need stronger support for the police in some of our courts. We need an end to the "merry-go-round" of justice by which criminals, through tricky appeals to credulous judges, manage to make law enforcement a mockery. Above all, we need swift and certain justice. When crime occurs, there has been a failure somewhere — in the home, the church, the school, or the community. But with complete cooperation between law-abiding citizens and law enforcement, the incidence of crime can be materially lessened. We as representatives of law enforcement must strive to make it synonymous with scrupulous observance of the law as well as its strictest enforcement. We in the profession of law enforcement must pledge anew our determination to uphold our end of the partnership and forge ahead to a more secure and a safer America. This is our common task. end HELP THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM • Call or write friends to listen in on Faets Forum air shows. Type or write a list of stations on wliieh they can hear and see FF programs and mail the list to them. • If you cannot hear or see FF Radio and TV programs in your area, ask your station to carry them. • Commend TV and radio stations for presenting FF. Your letters will help offset the ones they receive from critics of the FF idea of giving both sides. • Ask newsstands for the Facts Forum ISetvs and if they do not carry it, ask them to do so. • Get your club or discussion group to raise FF poll questions in their meetings. • Write editors, columnists and commentators your informed opinions on problems facing the American people. Enter the published clippings of letter* containing 150 or less words in the FF letter contest. Read rules of the FF contest on page 61 of this issue. • Write Facts Forum, Dallas, Texas, for material which will assist you in getting business friends interested in ADDING PATRIOTISM TO THEIR ADS. • Pass your copy of Facts Forum JSetvs around to friends so they may judge if they wish to subscribe. • Submit three questions to enter in the March Poll Question Contest (72 spaces or less). Vote the February poll on page 64 of this issue. • Send your friends a subscription to Facts Forum News. Where else could you find so much of value for so little cost? 1-ycar subscription, $2, 3 years for $5. r Enter My □ New ] Renewal i Subscription Now! i 1 ENCLOSE $2 Q FOR 1 YEAR. I ENCLOSE $5 □ FOR 3 YEARS. FACTS FORUM HEWS Makes the Public interest of Interest to the Public Please Print CITY ZONE- STATE - . Page 31 / Tebrii'i
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