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Some three years have passed
since the 26tli nation ratified a
charter of the United Nations, thus
an nreaniation was bnmt'hl into
being to which the world must look
for the prevention of future world
wars. We have won the second
World War. hut we still have to
learn how to win the peace For
tunately there is an answer. The
United Nations is our common staff
in the struggle towards world
peace. To strencthen the U. N.
is our first objective But that is
not enough, wp have still the tre
mendous task of bringing home the
U. N. to the people.
What sort of a fourth ear has
the U. N. had? They haven't made
so manv accomplishments mil
there have been accomplishments
that will build a longer, lasting
No. 1. Iran complained ol Rus
sian troops still being stationed
there. After soufe discussion in
the Security Council, the Russian
troops were suddenly withdrawn.
No. 2. One of the most difficult
jobs was the conflict between the
Jews and Arabs. After the removal
of British troops, open lighting
broke out between the two. The
Security Council intervened and
managed to bring about a com
paratively peaceful agreement.
No. 3. One of the greatest ac
complishments is that of the F A O.
They have distributed information
SHOCKED Y THE NEWS REPORTS, Mr. and Mrt Lester rarnrworth, of San
Francisco, read the last letter received from their daughter, Ruth, 27,
a U. S. Navy employee, who was found In a critical condition In a Guam
Jungle thicket The young woman had been attacked, beaten and left
for dead. She was last seen at a curio store where ahe had a part-Uma
job. Soldiers and police, who round har In a critical condition, lata aha
apparently had been seized by a ganf. (International Soundphoto)
CONTINUING WITH OUR
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 21 - 22
Continuous Monday Through
Friday From 6:30 P. M.
on how to raise better crops and to
practice better soil conservation.
No 4 The 1 IK), has cared for
thousands of I) l'.'s and is pro
viding food and medical care for
live million children in the Near
Kast and Kurope.
No 5. The L' N K.SC'.O has done
a great ileal to promote education
and better understanding among
the peoples of the world.
What has the U.N. accomplished?
It lias accomplished much. For
example, two years ago Iran com
plained to the L. N Security Coun
cil that Russian troops, which had
been stationed there during the
war .-nut alterwaro. were mjiiui-
ing a native communist uprising.
Manv people thought war was
certain to break out over the Usue.
ttui the dispute was ended when
Unssia suddenly withdrew her
hoops fiom Iran. Although the
I'. N did not lake any action, it is
believed that world publicity forced
One of the most difficult prob
lems yet brought before the U. N.
has been the conflict between the
Arab- and .lews over the control
of Palestine When British troops
were withdrawn from Palestine,
lioliline broke out between the
people think or hope it is or will
be. The U. N. is worse off now
than it was when it started out
three years ago. After all the work
done in these three years, the U. N.
has accomplished almost nothing.
There are eleven members in the
Security Council, of which five
are permanent members. All of
these five are supposed to co
operate as far as possible, but it
seems as though only four of this
five are working for the same
The lack of cooperation always
has and always will hinder the
progress and may bring about the
downfall of the U. N.
One example of this non-cooperation
is the Human Rights Bill,
For two and a half years the Se
curity Council has been arguing
this most important bill. It was
DEWEY STOVALI,. JR.
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p.ilesline Arabs, supported t).v
forces from neighboring Arab
land-, and the new Jewish slate of
The Security Council intervened
once and attempted to bring
bout a peaceful .settlement.
JAY DEE STANLY
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, DEC. 23 - 24
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LATE SHOW FRIDAY, DEC. 24
UEEN OF THE AMAZONS'
During 1946, Syria and Lebanon
complained to the Security Coun-ru-that
British and-Trench troopn
were still on their soil, after they
had been given their Independence.
The matter was fully discussed In
the Security Council, and the
British and French governments
agreed to withdraw their troops.
Early this year the U. N. actually
succeeded in stopping open war
fare between the Dutch and Indo
nesian forces in the Netherlands
East Indies. The fighting first
broke out in 1946 when the Dutch
attempted to return to the islands
they had ruled for 300 years but
which had been overrun by the
Japanese during World War II.
The natives fought against the re
turn of Dutch officials.
The Security Council appointed
a committee to help work out a
oeaceful agreement. After negotia
tion, a truce was signed A perm
anent peace settlement na not yet
been agreed upon, and recently
there has been some fighting be
tween rival native groups, but tne
U. N. has so far been able to pre
vent further fighting between
Dutch and Indonesians.
The U N. has organized various
"specialized agencies" to carry on
relief and reconstruction work.
Roy Rogers Opens
Riders Club To
HOLLYWOOD (API Roy Rog
ers was on an eastbound train with
his rodeo three months ago when
he read a frightening magazine
article. It said more children are
tilirt in accidents traffic, drown
ings, fire, etc. than by the major
Now, Roy has three kids of his
own. Moreover, ne gets i.uuo '
letters a day. Most are from Kias.
Dear Roy: Please send me your
photo. But many are from parents.
Please write and tell Dickie to eat
his spinach tor study, or take his
medicine, or po to bed early). He ll
do what you tell him.
All sick children get letters from
Roy. But the well and obstreperous
uhn won't mind their par
ents are just too numerous. So
he's' organizing the ';Roy Rogers
Riders Club." Each youngster ii-
membership card bearing
a picture of the cowboy star and his
horse. Trigger. On tne ones
nine rules. Including: He neat ana
clean. Always obey your paieius.
Be brave but never take chances.
Hoy told me. "When I read this
magazine article, I said to myself.
Whv couldn't we incorporate truf
fle and other safety rules into our
club?" He thought the matter
would be covered by that nile No.
c. o.. i,.v tint never take
chances. Thus a bicyclist who
hooks a ride on a passing truck will
be liable to summary suspension
from the club by his mother. Roy
will plug the safely rules in his
comic books and on his Sunday
show over the Mutual network.
ni.,a Hi., father of two young
R.,v Rocers fans. I was troubled
by one question. Who brings Roy's
kids into line wnen tney uon i
mind him and his wife, Dale
Evans? Does he threaten to tell
m Rnv snld. he is his own dis
ciplinarian. Take Cheryl and Lin
da, eight and five years oia. res
pectively. "They got to lying," Roy
said. One would say that it was
the other who left the bike in the
..i.,.;!u On. would accuse the
nurse falsely of giving her medi
"The last time that sort of thing
happened." Roy went on. "I look
ihnn, imvtaii'H after dinner, took
ofT my bell, lectured them for 45
minutes, and gave them whippings
five pretty good licks apiece.
Then I kissed them. That was five
months ago. and they haven't told
a lie since then."
SWIMSUIT GETS SEAL OF APPROVAL
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Pops Up In Reverse
CHITTENDEN. Vt. (UP) At a
time when most commumtiea ara
worried about overcrowttea tcnwi
buUdings, Chittenden ha an even ,
more pressing problem for the op
There aren't enough pupils to
fill the lavish 600,000 Frederic
Duclos Barstow memorial school.
Upkeep of the structure et"in
the town budget each yer. WUft
379 residents, the town can fill but
89 of the school's 200 classroom
nj a,, win nt multimillion-
U UUCl in -
; wuiiom s Rarstow. the school
may go by default to Middlebury
College "if it does not iuibu m
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Wheel Chair Romance
Has Happy Ending
PORTLAND. Ore iUPi Two
wheel chair sweethearts, Millie
Reierson and John S. Storie, will
be married here shortly, climaxing
a romance that grew out ol sepa
rate accidents Just one month
apart nine years ago.
iu;ii; 9 coffered a hack in
jury in an auto accident near As
toria, Ore., which paralyzed her
frnm'the waist down. John. 27. suf
fered a similar injury in a farm
mishap at Centralis. Wash. For a
long time both were bedridden
Now they get about In wheel chairs,
vtiiiio and John met last year
when they were attending the Mil
ton II. ilerry Foundation school
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The first meeting of the United
Nations was held in San Francisco
on April 25, 1945. It was organized
so that we might have a free,
cirnno and nrosrpssive world. In
the charter of the United Nations
the peoples of the United Nations
determined to end wars, to reaffirm
f.iith in fundamental human rights.
to promote social and economic
progress, and to better the stand
ards of life.
nurintr this recent session, dele
gates from 58 nations uttered an
estimated 10 million words, yet
failed to settle the dispute In Ber
lin or to end the East-West cold
war. This session found no real
cure for the world's three trouble
spots Palestine, Berlin and
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Outcome Of Vote
HOLLYWOOD iUI'i The only
pollster who as far as movie pro
ducer Maxwell Shane knows was
right on the election was one who
did his questioning dressed as a
That is the principle Shane now
is applying to the question of who
likes what movie how much.
"People in Hollywood have no
perspective on movies." Shane
said. "I prefer to ask the man on
the street. He has 'innocence of
"Innocence of eye." Shane ex
plained, means that you haven't
seen so many movies that you know
what cliche is coming next.
Shane just finished a movie call
ed, but not for long, "The Amboy
Dukes." Most movie producers
thereupon hie themselves to Palm
Springs. Shane garbed himselt as
Hollywood's approximation of a
eliletreri-huver and hit the road.
"I wanted to find out how people
liked the title The Amboy Dukes.',"
he said. "They don't."
He hasn't decided yet just what
they will like, so he can't give you
the new title.
He also wanted to find out how
to sell the picture, which is about
juvenile gangs in Brooklyn.
"I think enough of my findings,"
he said mysteriously, "to slant our
campagn along the lines which
my 'barnyard poll' indicated.
"Too manv important movie rle
cisioiis are based on the reactions
of characters around Hollywood
who have lived and taHjed movies
for years. I d rather have the
opinion of a man who goes and
pays 5(1 cents at the nelghDoi noon
theater and doesn't know any
thing about how pictures are made
"I hope I never fall into the trap
of basing my picture judgment on
what people in Hollywoood say
"No matter how well they mean,
they are so conditioned by merely
living in Hollywood that they jtisl
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22
Wreck Of The Hesperus
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WILLARD PARKER and PAT WHITE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23
"The Man From Texas
JAMKS CRAIG and JOHNNY JOHNSON
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24
"A Double Life
We cannot expect too much so
soon, because after alL, they are
only three years old, and that is
not long for a group such as this.
We must have peace all over the
world, and the United Nations is
our last answer.
Many people say there should
be changes. Well, like everything
else, there will be changes, and in
After World War I, a League of
Nations was organized, but the
United States was not a member.
We did, however, try in many
ways to keep it going. This group
After World War II. the United
Nations was organized, and this
time the United States is a very
active member. It must not fail.
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