Jerry P. Shinley Archive:Subject: Clay Shaw Celebrates UN Day;Delphine Roberts rants
Clay Shaw Celebrates UN Day; Delphine Roberts Rants
Date: 2/24/99 7:53 AM Eastern Standard Time
New Orleans Times-Picayune Oct 24, 1959 S1-P7
Read China Seat Seen by Panel
U.N. Day Speakers Feel Concession Certain
Belief that Red China may eventually have to be admitted into the United Nations was expressed here Friday [23rd] by speakers at a UN Day luncheon.
Views on Red China were expressed by four panel speakers [Ralph Jackson, Robert French, Dr. Gilbert Mellin and Dr. David Deener] during a question-and-answer period which followed their talks.
Clay Shaw, director of International Trade Mart, served as moderator [...]
[There is a pic of Shaw and the panelists seated at a table with a UN emblem]
New Orleans Times-Picayune Oct 31, 1959 S1-P10
Views of Readers
On Halloween nights many children go from door to door asking for a small donation and each year the Trick or Treat project collects hundreds of thousands of dollars for the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund.
As innocent as this program may sound or seem, the fund works very closely with the World Health Organization, which sends large sums to Communist and Communist-controlled countries...
If parents who are American citizens value your freedoms and liberties, then you will begin to question not only this "innocent" project, but others (for there are many like it) doing their utmost to destroy our country. You have only to look about you very closely and listen very intently, and you will be amazed.
Let's keep the fun of Halloween clean and truly American.
Mrs. Delphine Roberts
Chairman, Robert Harvey Chapter,
National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution
Clay Shaw celebrates UN day by moderating a panel discussion. Delphine Roberts decries Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF as a commie plot to "destroy out country."
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