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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
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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Transcript »,>. CHEDULES THEi WEAKNESS OF ARMS lmi) .SECTION PROPOSALS m lo the Kill 1-1(1 .400 950 1490 [400 600 1240 1330 690 1230 1490 32 1420 1420 9 1010 550 1150 1340 960 860 1230 14011 1250 1370 8 1200 4 910 910 1450 1510 12.10 12411 Sun Mon Sun Wed Mon Sun Sun Sun Sun Sun Sun Sat Mon Fri Sun Fri Sun Mon Sun Tues Mon Sun, Wed Sun Sat Sun Mon il r,""" Hartford Courant: constitution does not authorize s:" .ii)V eclei'al government to grant to >:" orga,mternationa1' or otner foreign rf Private^10" ,""' riBht to insPeCt a '? thine I anut;'cturer of anus, or anv- % Thi • in anv stak' ol ""' union. P fresirf IS "n '"herent weakness in *J S|)pf-n °nt Eiser>hower's reciprocal hill *>„", °tfer '° Soviet R"Ssia- 'l"(l 25 spec-n Proposed international in- ;."m off" to Soviet Hussia, and S'M'lun. gamzation, in a disarmament C.'flAllLES J. FOX 604 Bonair Street La Jolla, California ' 'tl »oo I'T, EP.0F THE DRUGGED' 1490 1340 ill 630 630 1290 5 6 Wed Mo" Mini Sat Mon Fri VVid Fri Tues Won ,«T , "■»' IS 9 °,fthe Toledo Blade: M."n.n*K'.£ li O'llv Am,,-- IiooTob"»nl^f;tct "j"^' ^"'ericans wake up to the ,»!fully l.!:'L!"<Kl<"™. "cold idi'uilv rr,n ]"""'■'" <-'olu wars (skill- rinihl"111"^"1 by enemies of this *TVi|rs th v as devastating as hot ' '« ia?Cyr m;'y n°t be lulled by all If h' ot Peace. S«l'ere\ V:'W|" Wakl '"'"'iiesH, cC° War" g^g on, on the ... LS'ie front as < ure up to the fact well, and that words 1230 To*• 1340 To b« llOt K ■ "vii, trrri.1 mar wvuu 'ut to coeiflg USC(I h) clarify issues ffruivbe fn" c Patriotic Americans, ,faek -, ' C('s will |)e joined to get ^men) , ?nment of law (instead Are (v America- '°c'ted nffi ■ i De run by our dulv '>' some S' responsible to us, or he sceL ?°intee (operating behind P'here t|,J ' nevc'r running for office 01 costlv Peop,lc can make him pay •7 Ti, > ""stakes? 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"'ti,-1 9 e-rL c',r Purpose thev have ie Ve ever??pai«n to put on the de- retentir7 outspoken advocate of ,n Page 63) IVr, on of our system. They would make of loyalty and patriotism works of disdain and scorn. But here is a question that will give every loyal American pause: In what condition would this nation be today had it not been for the work of the congressional committees through which so much of treachery and subversion was exposed? Otto Garr Tacue 2403 Upland Place Cincinnati 6, Ohio 0 o is MR. SNOW ASKS ABOUT FIFTH AMENDMENT PROTECTION To the Houston Post: The Post for Oct. 5 carried the story of i Texas contractor receiving a six- months sentence in a federal court for refusing to answer questions concerning a certain business transaction, claiming the protection of the Fifth Amendment. The Post lor Oct. 6 carries the story of i left-wing writer being excused in a federal court from answering question concerning Communist activities w hen he claimed the protection of the Fifth Amendment. The incidents are not isolated, but appear to follow the general rule these days. I am so naive politically as a,k the question: Why do.certain privileges and rights guaranteed by he Constitution apply only to those suspected of participation in the Com- ,,,,,'nist conspiracy and tonoone else? 4314 Avenue OH Galveston, Texas WE'VE BEEN FOOLED To the Colorado Springs Gazelle Telegraph: We have fought wars, bu.lt schools roads dams, bridges, railroads, and ' i .wise subsidized people in for- ..tries with American tax dol- ^WeCv'At elections both at ,nd abroad the same way. We ,0" furnished our most deadly ene- have rurniMKu monev, ^gu^^ev^togbutthernel 1 , • 1, m destrov us. And still "i,h -Stl ttnlv'the people can 7' . he Constitution." And we go change the wd 1v we t|u, °" "r^'mk'g l^hange it/the Con- St 'ha! not been changed and ,,,-otected. But are we? "'scho, -lis. subsidies, housing, .Inzens and scores of uncon- ■"iifaSSh^ been made of our s„t„tional us owe more gn-ffS. ^ -'"tries in the WOT)dcom.rinedEASHAw \oq. East Avenue 45 Los Angeles 31, California RADIO and TV SCHEDULES (Continued from Page 62) WEST VIRGINIA - /Continued} New Martins lilli- WETZ" 1330 Fri lOiOO a Oak Hill WOAY-1V ••• 4 Sun SrOOp Konceverts WRO.N" 1-100 WRON*" 1400 Wheeling WKWK« 1400 Sun I0:15p Williamson vvilllH 1400 Mon 9:30 p WISCONSIN Appk-ton WIII1V) 1230 Mon 8:30 p Ashland WATW t 1400 Mon 8:30 p Eau Claire WBIZt 1400 Mon 8:30 p Fond du Lac KITZI 1450 Mon 8:30 p Green H.i> vvirci 1440 Mon 8:30 p Tanesville WCLOf 1230 Mon 8:30 p La Crosse WLCXf 1490 Mon 8:30 p Madison WMFM • 104.1 Sun 8:00 p Manitowoc wwoc* 980 To Ik- announced Mediord WICM) 1490 Mon 8:30 p Reedsburg WHDB" 1400 Sun 6:00 p Richland Cen er WRCO» 1450 To be announced Two Rivers WTRW" 1590 To be announced WTHW"" 1590 To be a nnounced WYOMING Casper KVOC° 1230 Sun 7:15p Cody KODI* 1400 Tues 6:30 p Lander KOVEI 1230 Mon 7:30 p Powell KI'OWl 1260 Mon 7:30 p Sheridan KWVOt 1410 Mon 7:30 p Torrington KGOS"" 1490 Tues 7:30 p Should Movies Be Censored? (Continued from Page 45) of the production code to explain his point of view. The production code is only the first step taken in trying to keep their major product in tune with the majority interest, he declared. After that, before the pictures are released, advance information is spread all over the country about the nature of the picture, its suitability for audiences. They not only exhibit the pictures to all press critics who deal with movies, but they invite the previewers of the twelve major women's organizations to come and see them. The Legion of Decency is invited to review the pictures, and this organization in turn not only sends out reports on them, but it also sends out audience classifications finch- drawn for adults, for mature young people, for young people, for children, and for family audiences. Such a procedure, according to this executive in the motion picture industry, should enable everyone to find out in advance whether a movie that is scheduled for showing in his community is appropriate for his tastes. Then, if he exercises his veto through abstention from the theater, he is exercising a perfectly good democratic prerogative, ran Any article originating in Facts Forum Apics may be freely- reproduced. l-ebr" , °Rx,M News, February, 1956 Page 63
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