Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 10
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 10

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HUMBOLDT STANDARD i Thursday, April 12, 1962, P. 10 Mrs. McCarthy On Trip To Washington, D. C. Representing Republican women of this area, Mrs. K. B. McCarthy, president of the Eureka Republican Women's flub will leave IKTC today (Thursday) to at lend the Tenth Anniversary Rc- |nih!ie;m Women's Conference in Washington D. C. Sneakers at the three day conference (April 15-171 will include Mi.'inrity Leaders Senator Everett M. Dirksen. (111.) and C CTisman Charles A. Halleck. M u d . ) who will discuss current Unitarian Dinner Spotlights Attention On UN Bond Issue this was approximately the responsibility to the will of the Chances of survival rest on (he United Nations or some organization like it, Arcala rancher Tom Hair said in a dinner speech given before the Humboldt Unitar- KelloHship and their guests recently at 1418 A street, Eureka. About (iO attended. Hair's speech and the dinner were designed to focus attention on the need for Congress to give a "yes" vote to President Ken- same amount Americans bet at majority. the races yearly 'pari-mutuel receipts). The e*tra peace-keeping opera we already have. Thus I am here to talk about the frightening possibility that the United States could lose tile battle to llio forces of darkness because at this very moment the financial structure ol the United Nations is on such slippery ground." Hair's longtime interest in the Unitel Nations stems from 1946 Nations' serious deficit, amount- when he taught an orientation course on the UN as an intelli- nedy's plan for the United States gence officer for the Infantry at li'Uisiative issues. "Tririjets and Tactics for 'Ii2" v.ill bo Ihe overall theme of theP cin S conference for \\hich more IhanNations. to buy $100 million of a $200 million United Nations bond issue soon to be offered for sale. In tiling figure comparisons, it was pointed out that Americans yearly spend $100 million on lip- slick, the same amoul they are asked to loan the United Ihmisaml Republican women! "It seems extremely doubtful," :iders will pour into the nation'sJBair pointed out, "that history l from all parts of Ihe coun-Kvill allow us time or the oppor- decade of thcsc'lunity to build another organiza- try !o mark I 'ink-rc'tices. if lo Camp Roberts near Paso Robles. In addition, lie maintains con-j slant contact with diplomatic people in San Francisco consular offices as Chairman of the International Section Committee for the State Fair Board. He is presently serving a 4-year term as a director of the Sacramento State Fair. "Last year the cost of the entire United Nations system," Bair [jointed out, "was approximate!} $450 million." As another inlcr- "Hecently, however," Bair went on to point out, "the new Secretary, General U Thant, seems lo lions of the United Nations in have come up with a plan that, maintaining an emergency force in the Middle East and forces in the Congo are causing the United ing to over $100 million, Bair reminded his listeners. "The amount of this deficit," Bair said, "has been borrowed from other funds and accounts which are now depleted, thus en- Ihe organization. "Lately, quite a number of plans designed lo slrenglhen the financial position of Ihe UN have been proposed, but most of them are unworkable or inadequate," Bail- stated, "Also, these plans have failed to resolve the vital question of how to convince member na- while not a permanent solution, may help tide the organization over its present crisis and set a precedent and provide a basic structure for the UN financing of the future.. "The plan, as I'm sure all of you are aware," he said, "is to sell $200 million worth of long term bonds, bearing an interest rate of 2 per cent. The proceeds dangering the very exislence of of this issue would provide cash ' ' for outstanding obligations of the UN and help finish the Congo our operation. This operation alone, provided it can be carried on for another few months, may represent the greatest triumph for the esl Uniled Nations in its 16-year history. "The amount needed ($100 mil- the one esting figure comparison, he noted lions that they do have a financiallion as asked by President Ken- I 01/Tootod Roolpo institute SCRAMBLED E66 IDEAS Saute a -few slicecT mushrooms in -fat before adding scrambled egg miicbjre. Brown diced cooted potatoes in-fat before pouring egg mixture into pan. Add crumbled cooked bacon ·to egg mixture, before cookir-. Cut anchovy filets into small pieces; add -to egg mixture before cooking. nedy) is almost ridiculously small when one considers the impact it may have on the history civilization," Bair emphasized. "The United States leadership in the United Nations is our greal- :ingle offensive in Ihe baltle for Ihe minds of the undecided people of the world . . . I am not going to lell you that i" " Nations is destroyed, our civiliza- if the United lected lion will also be destroyed," Bair declared, "but I believe our chan- of ces of survival would be decreased, many times by the failure of this organization." Bair urged all his listeners to write their congressman and senators and urge a "yes" vote. During the evening 65 letters from lo Ihe listening audience were col- for mailing lo Washinglon, D.C. Colorful Stone Now On Market For the first time, colorful It yourself" stone is available the homeowner. 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