Clipped From Carrol Daily Times Herald
Eight Attend Model U.N. Eight representatives from Carroll High School attended the Iowa High School Model United Nations, held at t h e State College of Iowa in Cedar Falls last Friday and Saturday, March 10 and 11. Seniors Krisann Blake, Ruth Braham, and Grant Hurd represented represented Ivory Coast, an African African nation. Juniors Clyde Holsapple, Holsapple, Steve Moore, and Drew Peterson represented the Latin American country of Costa Rica. Foreign exchange student student Gerda Steenekamp represented represented her native South Africa. Mr. Sam Kielty, history and government teacher, accompanied accompanied the students as adviser and chaperon. The Model U.N. functions to a great extent like the real United Nations. Approximately 100 U.N. member-nations wore | represented by 500 delegates' from nearly 80 Towa high; schools. These delegates researched researched their country's policies policies toward the six problems! Speech students . . . Check the time of their appearances appearances in the state speech contest being held in Indianola Indianola yesterday and today. Contestants from left to right are: seated, Carol Sundermann, Diana Corbett, Krisann Blake, Jay Krogh; standing, Sherry Denney, Phill Andreasen, Donna Anderson, Gerda Steene kamp, Barb Ewing, Paula Baker, Rosemary Hensel. Joe White was absent when the picture was taken. under discussion: The Representation Representation of Red China in the U.N.; Situation in Vietnam; Problem of Southern Rhodesia; South West Africa; The Cyprus Three committees each discussed discussed two of these problems. The committees were the Political Political and Security Committee; t h e Trusteeship Committee Question; and the Apartheid and the Social, Humanitarian', Policy of South Africa. and Cultural Committee.