Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 5
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Can't Assume World's Debts Plioenix Banfecr.D.ies Williams , By, DEWITT MACKENZIE . 1 ' AF Foreign Affairs Analyst Sen, Lodge of ] Massachusetts;" a^ member of the American delegation to J the United Nations, puts his finger on a warm issue in challenging the ^equality of, membership dues in the u U.N'." under which" the United States-Jpays more than 'One-third the ^entire budget. That is-a ; subject whicb concerns the pocketbook of every citizen--and increasingly so. "Right now," said the senator in R'-radlo broadcast, "the U. S. pays 40 per cent -of 'the U. N. budget, England pays 11% per cent and Eussia pays only 7 per cent," Lodge calls this, a "ludicrous position" and he wants to see it changed. He says the original agreement was based on the ability of ; each country to 'pay, .with war damagss taken 'Into account. But he points out "the Soviet leaders have,' consistently said'.they have completely^ repaired the damages of war. inj their country"' and so he figures," they should pay a big. ger share-in the U.N. ...-., Spotlights Korean .Plight. , This rather spotlights the recent report in U.N. circles about,:the huge:cost America was likely. ! to have v to bear for Korean, rehabilitation. The U. S N . delegation- was reported to have said Korean · relief and .rehabilitation would;run to about $240,000,000. a year, according to' revised estimates. (South Korean, authorities' put .the annual amount at. $500,000.000). Some delegations are said to be concerned over-Mbe size; of this i figure. They say- the program might .run-three years, and Uncle Sara might have, to foot the entire bill. , ThatX;an;idea;'calculated to irk the American ..taxpayer · considerably. He/is patient and; we hope, fairly.. generous. Still, · he »has .bills to meet at home, and sees no Vet Jobless Is On Decrease Veterans -unemployment has dc 'creased from 10,000 a year ago t 3,300 now, it was reported by Jame D. -Walkup., -veterans employmen service representative at the Are 4 conference held here yesterda 1 at the Legjon.hpme. This number,'' however, -is expect ed to, increase as veterans come t the state during the;wlnter months \Valkup-wged veterans to registe at the U. ; 'S. -employment service officea where they will be given preference In the matter.of em ployment. Also 'appearing on the,'.day-long program were' Raymond Martinez department commander, James T Duane, .Clayton B. Orth,-Wayne W Warrington, IVand D. Mars'h 1 , ark John Molloy.' William Miller, of the FBI, gave an actual demonstration of .sabotage methods ;used by the Germans during-World War I. William Bombel, area commander, of Nogales, presided at the meet- Ing, reason why he shoul* pick up all the checks all tbe,,time.*., Of r'course there,, are " more nations'* , than B u s s i a\, who · undoubtedly are able to pay a larger share of the U.N. obligations. Row- ever, since Sen. Lodge emphasized the Soviet case, with its 7 per-cent assessment, let's continue '-the analysis. * Red Cold War Costly iThe . Soviets, have built the world's biggest army -- 4,000,000 men -- and .have equipped it' with ,he most modern weapons. 'They iave"created a powerful submarine orce. They are carrying on costly operations in A -mariy satellite coun- xies. And 1 they are waging a "cold" TM expensive global war against he democracies. On that basis it is to be" pre- iumed v that. Russia could and should pay'a larger assessment in same 1 average citizen recognizes So should'a lot of other members.'-- r · · · Now of course the U.N. assessment, is relatively a small matter, as--compared witti'folher great,-obligations -which-,the"United:iStates ^,assumed in;~variousV,parts' "Of the-.world. I picked it-to illustrate appoint. ,- . ' _ ,, ,, ' -·'Destiny has selected the%nlted States for a great place'irii-world leadership. It 3s, a stewardship- which- we should accept and for" which 7 Tve,should give a "good accounting. ;, , '. . I .believe-that- Isftbe feeling, of the average citizen. However, that that we have,'obligations at home and'can'.t take over all-the debts of,the whole world, much,as we should-lilce to. Every ; nationVwfiL have to,, chip in," each'accordingijq'its means; - CALL FLOWERLAND The Lending Nursery,of Tucson for All your GARDEN nerds. Tel. 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Duffy, is suelng'the Continental Baking Co. on grounds,'.that if "artificially" fixed the prlce-of, bread." , Th'e Cleveland firm, he said in a his -petition,, broke an Ohio anti- trust'law.by agreeing'"to keep the price ~of bread at* "a 'fixed figure, preventing free'-and unrestricted competition." - ' ^.mSassdSor ^Idn KirJi From V.S.S.R. MOSCOW,- Oct. 30. ·(/Ph-U.S. Ambassador ^Alan G. Kirk returned to his post here after a,'two-weeks vacation In;westem Europe.. -Accompanied'^ by^ ;his^TVlfe,, the ambassador was' met at 'Moscow's airport, b'y the-entire"-~US. ""embassy; staff;' headed'* by · Counselor"'WaP, worth -Harbour. ' " " Srflg 'Mond«x.Iv«nln», Oct. it, 1Ht Card of flunks Mr._'«fiI tin. JVtnhUn I.**,, ·*· wpod, C«llt 'ind'-Ml* Virginia; 1*., il our hom« v l»«r«. BRAND NAMES THAT YOU KNOW--MODESTLY PRICED! British Admiral Lauds King Ship TOKYO, OctTso. W--Rear Adm. W.-G. 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