International: The Underprivileged

The Security Council was just about to open a session on the touchy Greek border situation. Australia's William R. Hodgson asked for the floor. "I wish to speak," he said, "on a matter pertaining to the . . . happiness of certain people who serve us faithfully and well—our chauffeurs. [They are] cooped up in a room without air, without airconditioning, without water and without reading matter. Now they are not even allowed to have a five-cent game of gin rummy in their spare time [because of a ban against gambling].

"With the U.N....

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