THE NATION: The Home of Hope?

To the U.S. this week will come six representatives of the United Nations Organization to select the site of UNO's permanent home.

Among the dozen or more places they will visit will be a big stone-and-stucco house set in the rolling, rocky hills of New York's Dutchess County, overlooking the Hudson River valley. There the first act of the envoys will probably be the placing of flowers on a grave in the center of a hedge-boxed rose garden.

This site, the Hyde Park home of the man who had done much to make UNO possible, seamed the probable first choice. In...

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