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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1956 - File 066. 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/905.

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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 066
Transcript FACTS FORUM POLL QUESTIONS Closes February 1 Yes No 21 Can a Christian country compromise with communism? Q Will supply and demand solve the critical farm situation? 2 Should pleading Fifth Amendment disqualify one from positions of trust? Should Secretary of State continue to hold conferences with Russia? | □ Should U. S. trade with Russia? 2 Should students be required to memorize Constitution and Amendments? 2] Are farmers getting a fair share of America's unprecedented prosperity? 21 Should the government force a public accounting of union welfare funds? 2] Should we leave foreign policy out of the '56 campaign? 2 Do you approve the stand taken by the American Legion relative to UN? 2 Will the labor merger lead to a third party? 2 Should surplus food in government warehouses be given to charity? 2 Do the so-called "'junkets" of members of Congress justify the expense? 2 Should a Communist be permitted to be a member of a college faculty? Remarks_ CITY AND BTAT • PLEASE NOTE: Voters are requested to write in your voles by listing your answers on a separate sheet of paper, simply omitting the questions on which you have no opinion (for example, 1. Yes, 2. No, 4. Yes, etc.) and mailing to Facts Forum, Dallas 1, Texas (no other address necessary). Your votes shown in this manner, or Indicated on the above form, represent your ballot in the Facts Forum Poll. □ Send me Facts Forum News for 1 year. I enclose $2.00. POLL RESULTS Results of the January Facts Forum Poll are omitted from this is-uc in order to advance the publication date. Tlit-M- results will In- published in the March issue, together with the results of the February Poll. LIQUOR REGULATION WOULD EASE TAX LOAD To the San Diego Union: In the United States there are now line million inebriates, sixty thousand new ones each year. Life insurance companies reject one hundred thousand each year because of alcoholic indulgence. In the economic field there is a tremendous loss in producing power and in the ability of the consumers to purchase the necessities and luxuries that could add greatly to the health and happiness of all, and tremendously stimulate legitimate business. Why should not the traffic in alcoholic beverages rather than the taxpayer bear the extra economic costs due to the increase in sickness, accidents and crime? It does not seem just, or even sensible to permit any group to profit by the manufacture and sale of a product that enormously increases the expense of government while decreasing its efficiency. Is it consistent to suppress the trade Page 64 in narcotics and license, protect and advertise this other enemy of society? E. \V. B. Mauk 8060 University Avenue La Mesa, California O O O POURING TROUBLE ON TROUBLED WATERS 'I'o the Des Moines Register: Why is this country developing more irrigation projects to raise more lood when right at this time we are raising more lood than the country can eat and the government is spending billions of dollars to buy up the surplus which it can't find a market for? Not only buying up this surplus food but spending millions and millions of dollars to rent space in which to store it. It is in line with the storv of the boy who was paid 25 cents lor everv dose of castor oil he took. On being asked what he was doing with all that money, the boy replied, "I am saving it to buv more castor oil." On. R. B. Moore P. O. Box 237 Allerton, Iowa February Poll Question Winners An award ot $10.00 each has b* made to the following persons who ^ mitted questions used in this month's f lit: MRS. VIRGINIA B. AIMORE 356 North Craig Street Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania 2nd: DAVE ANDRUS Box 408 Huntsville, Arkansas 3rd: 10MA ANDRUS Bos 408 Huntsville, Arkansas 4th: W. W. BOWDEN Woodbury, Georgia 5th: MRS. R. H. CASTO 636's North Prospect Street Hagerstown, Maryland 6th: MRS. WI11IAM CUNNINGHAM 10855 South MoplewoorJ Avei"" Chicago 43, Illinois 7th: A. B. DANCA 7231 East End Avenue Chicago 49, Illinois 8th: JOSEPH DE STEFANO 125 East Fifteenth Street New York 3, New York 9th: MRS. T. D. F1CKES 3819 livingston Drive long Beach 3, California 10th: D. A. GAUIGAN 619 Second Avenue N.E. Waseca, Minnesota 11th: GERALD R. HIBBS Residential Hall Norman, Oklahoma 12th: MRS. L. C. MATTHEWS S400 Live Oak Street Dallas 6, Texas 13th: MRS. C1ARA H. SEARLE 4131 Dry Creek Rood Napa, California 14th: A. B. DANCA 7231 East End Avenue Chicago 49, Illinois Slogan for February: MAKE PATRIOTISM THE SPIRIT OF Submitted by: v MRS. PAUL C0N0LL.E' «h I lot Fac
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