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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 3, March 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • 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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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript )ULES 9:45) 10:30: 8:30 I (Kl 8:30 6:1-5: in 7:1)0' in 1:15) RADIO and TV SCHEDULES (Continued from Page 62) WEST VIRGINIA - (Continued J 1330 [on \eiv Martins* Oak Hill noncei erte Wheeling Willi.,,, i ille WETZ* WOAY-TV* WHON» WRON' Wk'Wk* WBTIH WISCONSIN Appleton Ashland K.in Claire Fond du Lac WHBYf WATWf WBIZf KFIZf (.l.en II.IV Janesvjlle U Crosse Muilisui, WJPCf WCLOf WLCXf WMFM* ■fanitowoc w woe Bedford teedsburg WIC.Mf WHDB° Itulil.iiid Center WHCO' T»„ Riven WTRW* WTRW* 1400 I 1(10 1400 1400 Fri Sun Sun Mon 10:00 a .5:00 p 10:15p 9:30 p ed 9 9:45J 8:30' i:0o; 6:00 7:15 i:isn .1:30' 8i?l 10:30 2:00 7:00 12:00' 8:30' 2:30> "'32! r"'h 9i3»' I.,,,,,,., ■ not 'Well 1:00' liniiiieliin no;; 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:30 p 8:00,. nniiunee.l 8:30 p 6:00 p iiiiinuieeil 1 590 To he announced I 590 In In- announced 1230 I 1(10 1400 14.50 1440 121(1 1490 104.1 980 In be 1490 Mon 1400 Sun 1450 To be Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Sun KVOC* KODI' KOVEf KPOWf KWYOf KCOS" 1210 1400 1230 1260 1410 1490 Sun 'lues Mon Mon Mon I lies 7:1.5 p 0:30 p 7:30 p 7:30 p 7:30 p 7:30 p «$ Rlobe Britain, one of the principal re- ■I1!.! !"*»" announces a further cut in in- la.xes of 8 per cent while, at the nine time, pocketing another 200 million 9:,30; '"ill.ns nl American alms. Further, England boastfully announces flat she will have a surplus for [955 of I lore than one billion dollars. Is further needed that lence .aolfPending sprei 7;3|>!*ni„t halt? 3 '0t ■ annOT* , annou"' our whole wild needs to be brought to an I'hwk f. Ford 8022 South Honor,' Street Chicago 20, Illinois 9.3<ll I Vd Award Sri STRESSES THAT "WE" ARE THE GOVERNMENT ii^j0 the Houston Chronicle: What lias happened to the American ,0:()JJ Ppple? Great issues have been before I 9™ |fin, such as the 1'eress promotion, the 1 ii'J jCarthy-Army Hearings, and the im- II 9:tt ponment of our airmen, and because iann°°jj tiu-h complacency they have faded niuui"" " oblivion with nothing solved, and j:!*' e infamous Yalta Agreemenl still re- U'lis In jOUTOur forefathers founded this country tfV'x eounti'V of, by, and for the people. ,. .mil""" Nay the governmenl and the people ..I' "v-c become two separate entities. .Perhaps our prevalent attitude has I J^d down to us from the higher eche- „ pi ^- Our governmenl bows to all United .1 jjlaj' "ions' rulings; Congress bows to the ]0'(fi ^ubve Branch; and we how to every- 1 ',0 W. Let US assert ourselves while We " i'iJ " have the vote, or one of these day .'1 -,: vill be just a nostalgic memory. YVhei realize again that "we" are the gOV- jj Sent, we will have made 1. a'4 "'' ch, we will nave made a great in the right direction. Miis. C:. \V. Mri'dii-a.i. 2205 Arbor Street Houston, Texas *%elft t6e &ut&e o£ 0?neecUwti • Coll or write friends to listen in on Facts Forum air shows. Type or write a list of stations on which 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 News 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 clip pings of letters containing T50 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 News around to friends so they may judge if they wish to subscribe. * Submit three questions to enter in the April Poll Question Contest (72 spaces or less). Vote the March poll on page 64 of this issue. * Send your friends a subscription to Fact Forum News. Where else could you find so much of value for so little cost? 1-year subscription, $2, 3 years for $5. I Enter My □ New [~] Renewal Subscription NOW! J [J I enclose $5 for 3 years □ I enclose $2 for 1 year FACTS FORUM NEWS i 1710 Jackson Street, Dallas 1, Texas i NAME (Please Print) .. i i Street i | City — Zone_- State_ Shanghai Conspiracy (Continued from Page 37) The significance of Kingsbury's presence in China is the fact that he was once Relief Administrator for the City of New York! He followed tlie notorious Rev. William Howard Mellish as Chairman of the Red front: The National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Against the background of 134,000 American casualties inflicted by lied Chinese Armies, one wonders what induced this American- City official to pose at the shrine of a Soviet espionage agent, when his own draftees from the Bronx and Manhattan were piling up like windrows on North Korean battlefields? The value of the Sorge case lies in the (act that it opened up links to dangerous individuals that are still active. Besides Smedley, the Shanghai Police dies on the Sorge ramifications, list over ISO dossiers and identities, foreign and domestic, all engaged in Communist subversion of variable degree and somewhere, in the devious channels, of Bed fronts and the I.P.R., the trails lead to the United States: Smedley received protection in high places: Stein operated as a British correspondent; Gerhardt Eisler was brought in bv tin- New York attorney Caroline Weiss King via "The American Rescue Ship Mission," a notorious Red front; Browder, the Shanghai conspirator and Secretary-General of the American Communist party, is today employed by the tax-exempt "Fund for the Republic"; Eugene Dennis, the present American Communist chief and Browder's successor and his fellow conspirators, duly convicted under the Smith Act, enjoyed the benefit, as late as October, 1955, of an appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court, stoned by 300 American citizens! Ad infinitum et nauseam! Wherever you turn, in this decade of treason, you hear the ominous (innehing of Red termites. Fortunately, exterminators are at work: Your indefatigable bipartisan Congressional Committees. end No part of this condensation may be reproduced without permission in writing from the author. Rook © 1952. CORRECTION We regret that the February issue of Facts Forum Neus contained an error on pa«e 47 in an article entitled, "No Secrets Any More?" A rabhead which stated "The Fund for the Republic Finances Research" should have read "The Ford Foundation Flnaiioefl Hrsenrch." V ing ^s Forum News, March, 1956 Page 63
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